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The Cimarron news and Cimarron citizen. (Cimarron, Colfax County, N.M.) 19??-19??, April 30, 1914, Image 8

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Weber's Bakery
Bakers' Goods and
Confectioners
-É-EXCLUSIVE AGENCY FOR-Jx
Best grade Lump and Egg
. SWASTIKA COAL
Livery and Feed Stables in Con
nection. Draying to all parts of
the city. iüj8 Phone 56
Cimarron Transfer Co. J-w sweMingen.Prop.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS ITEMS i
A. W. VASEY
Fire, Accident, Liability, Torna
do, Automobile and Life Insurance.
Sixteen Strongest and Beát Com
panies Represented.
Let The News Estimate On Your Next Job
F. W. Brooks went to Bonito,
Monday on business.'
Fresh borne made taffy and
marshmellows and other candies
every day at Weber's.
The News is working for you and
the community every week. What
are YOU, not the other fellow, do
ing for it I
H. G. Frankenburger was at
tending to company business at
Ring and Bonito, Monday.
C. F. Remsberg of Raton is at
his Ute Park ranch this week look
ing after his interests at that placet
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Sprague
departed Tuesday morning for a
month's visit with friends and rel
atives in southeastern Kansas.
30 pounds Mexican beans for Jti
at Rogers, Wbiteman & Co.
Stream Inspector Powers of San
ta Fe arrived Tuesday evening to
guage the streams in this section
of the county.
Patronize home industry and
buy your bakery goods at Weber's
Restaurant and Bakery.
District Attorney Remley return
ed ti. e first of the week after being
in attendance of a bnsy session of
the district court at Tucumcari.
úm
loe Mclntyre of E'town passed
through Cimarron, Tuesday, en
route to Raton and Trinidad where
he transacted business for the min
ing company.
20 pounds Mexican beans for $i
at Rogers, Whiteman & Co.
Miss Marion Blackwell spent a
few days at the home of her par
ents in Raton the last of the week,
returning to Cimarron, Sunday. Q
The Tale of Two Cities
Roswell, New Mexico, is a thriving prosperous city
Over six thousand people live and work and thrive there
Tbev have their friends, their homes, their families, their stores and their churcbea
That's THEIR city
There's another city-just as big, just as important, and just as thriviug
That's the TELEPHONE CITY
Over six thousand men and women are working in the mountain region today to
handle your telephone calls.
If all the employes of your telephone company could live in one place they would
make a BIGGER CITY than Roswell
They CAN'T be spared, chough, even to build n city
For they are busy every day of the year in 400 cities and towns in seven states
making your telephone service
The Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Co.
"The Corporation Different"
Dr. Dennis of Miami was a pro
fessional visitor in the Key City
the first of the week, going to the
mills for veterinary work on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Nairn are
expected to arrive in Cimarron on
or about the 10th of May from their
five months trip abroad in France
and other European countries.
Mrs. W. E. Whiteman and son
departed Wednesday lor Rochest
er, Minn., where the boy will re
ceive treatment at the hands of
Drc. Mayo. They will lie absent
several weeks.
Swastika coal, the most heat for
vour money, sold by J. W. Swear-ingen.
Mrs. R. L. Elkins and children
arrived Monday evening from Dal
las, Texas, to make their home in
this city. Mr. Elkins preceeded
tbem to Cimarron by several
weeks.
The spring term of the Colfax
county district court will open at
the court house in Raton on Mon
day morning May 4, when the
grand jury will be called to order
The petit jury meets May 11.
High grade dentistry is my pro
fession. All work guaranteed. Dr.
Locke.
LAIL
SUPPLY
COMPANY
WE SELL.
All Kinds of Fanning Implements
Wagons
Buggies
Harness and Saddles
Lumber and Other Building Material
Hardware
Give us a chance to quote you
on your wants in these lines
Aladdin Mantle
Lamp
Sianda Act Jn c a ncl ti e en t OH jCamjb mf iht Uorid
Whitest Light, Brightest Light, No Noise, H
No Odor, The Best Oil Light In Existence, S
Burns Common Kerosene, Five Times as
Good-a-Light as Electric, Uses Less Oil
Than Old Style Lamp, Guaranteed
J. W. JERLS, Distributor
Job Printing at the News
at the right prices
Mrs. U. F. Matkin returned last
week from Chicago and Oregon,
III., where at the latter place she
attended the funeral of her sister,
Mrs. S. H. Woodruff, who died in
Denver, Colo., the remains being
taken to Oregon, III., for burial.
A. J. hough ot b town was a
business visitor in Cimarron sever
al days this week attending to bus
iness and renewing old acquaint
ance. He has many friends in the
Key City who always welcome him
on bis brief visits.
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We have the facilities to deliver at all
times and in any quantity, clear, pure, ice
cold, artificial ice.
Standing Orders Preferred
Cimarron Meat Market
Phone 47

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