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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cimarron news and Cimarron citizen. — 9 July 1914

7i i Ualífv Príntínor itv nnt to K Kiarl in airamr eknr f lo Ag7 J w--"0 -w w w MI v. J OIXVLJ, ii, 10 J Q j a combination of machinery and skilled labor NO WATER IN WINE Houston Defines the Question What Constitutes Wine. Secretary Promúlgate Decision De fining the Liquor and Prohibiting Designation of Product Mads From Pomace as Wine. Washington. Following a public bearing on tbe question of what con stitutes wine, the secretary of agricul ture, under date of June 12, 1914, has promulgated a wine decision which ab rogates food inspection decisions 10!) and 120, defines wine and prohibits the use of the name "wine" on products made by the addition of water to the Juice, pomace or pulp of grapes. The food Inspection decision of June 13, which supersedes these former de cisions, defines wine to be "the product of the normal alcoholic fermentation of the juice of fresh, sound, ripe grapes, with the usual cellar treatment." This action la taken, In the language of tbe decision, because...

Publication Title: Cimarron News And Cimarron Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cimarron news and Cimarron citizen. — 9 July 1914

CIMARRON NEWS. CURIOUS RESEMBLANCES IN NATURE 4r 4 This applies In youthful student. O TRACE In natural objects a re semblance, either structural or pictorial, to other objects with which they have no real connec tion Is a diverting pastime. More over, though at first thought H may aecm somewhat puerile. It can In fact be turned to good ac count aa a means of stimulating the Imagination, and Inducing the mind to embark upon a course of truly scientific Investigation which may lead o Important discoveries, particular to the training of the All those who have gained expe rience as teachers will readily admit the Initial dif ficulty which exists in arousing the intelligent In terest of a class In study. In other words, some thing la needed to set the machinery of the mind in motion. For example, a flower or .in Insect, as auch, may fall to evoke the desired response. But if we can point out some curious or grotesque like ness which It bears to a familiar creature or thing, we are able ...

Publication Title: Cimarron News And Cimarron Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cimarron news and Cimarron citizen. — 9 July 1914

CIMARRON NEWS I r" I Fundamental Principles of HealtháH (Conrriskt. UU. by A. 8. Grar) BRIQHT'8 DISEASE. Lt ;mt approximately 100.000 Amirlcmi died from Bright! and other disease of the kidney. Had railroad wreck or a Titanic disaster killed one-hundredth thla num ber the world would gasp In horror and the sewapstpers of the country would be taxed to Issue special edition In sufficient number to meat the public demand for Information on the subject, and senatorial or con gressional committees would be ap pointed to Investigate the cause and formulate laws for the prevention of tike disasters in the future. But because we ara used to it and because they are snuffed oat only a tew at a time we Ignore this appalling act flee of 100.000 human lives and take it as a matter of course. And the absurdity of thla position la the more startling whan we know that fully 60 per cent of these deaths, or 60,000 could be prevented or at least postponed for many years with greater ease and certainty...

Publication Title: Cimarron News And Cimarron Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cimarron news and Cimarron citizen. — 9 July 1914

LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS ÍTEMS f LAIL Weber's Bakery Bakers' Goods and Confectioners All branches of carefully practiced. the dentar art Dr. Locke. Chas. Springer went east Mon day to attend to business matters. T. C- Hill and family of Dawson were over Sunday campers in the Cimarron Canyon. Meals rt all hours are served at Weber's Restaurant and Bakery Rooms suitable for light house keeping for rent at the Antlers. Geo. Sullivan was a business business visitor in Raton the first of the week. A. W. VASEY Fire, Accident, Liability, Torna do, Automobile and Life Insurance. Sixteen Strongest and Beft Com panies Represented. Let The News Estimate On Your Next Job Little Miss Marlin of Raton was the guest of friends in Cimarron several days the past week. Patronize home industry and buy your bakery goods at Weber's Restaurant and Bakery. H. L. Pratt and family were so cial visitors in the Key City the latter part of the week. Edward and Henry S. Springer were business visitors ai me pacx ...

Publication Title: Cimarron News And Cimarron Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cimarron news and Cimarron citizen. — 16 July 1914

CIMARRON i AND THE CIMARRON CITIZEN ESTABUSHtD 1872-NEW VOL.. VI CIMARRON. COLFAX COUNTY. NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY, JULY 16. 1914. NO. 28 7 CIMARRON HOLDS THE K.EYS TO THE KINGDOM OF COLFAX" NEWS. Obnoxious Weeds Carpel The Key City Contribute To Disease and Epidemic; Thorough Cleaning Of rremises Should Be Asked For. Just at this jimr oí the year, while the weeds are still in the tender infancy of their careers, it it not much of a job to hoe them; the work of their eradication now is not only easier, but of infinid I y more advantage, before the seeds -mature and fly all over the place preparatory to a (tesh start next year. There is no ordinance covering the pest, and the town board would do well to pass a drastic measure sweeping in its jurisdiction making it a misdemeanor for violating the law. It is not always lull v understood just how much of a menace to the general health of a community weeds constitute. Doctors do not overstate the facts when they as sert that most of the epid...

Publication Title: Cimarron News And Cimarron Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cimarron news and Cimarron citizen. — 16 July 1914

CIMARRON NEWS AN EPITOME OF LATE LIVE NEWS CONDENSED RECORD Of THI PROGRESS OR EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD. FROM ALL SOURCES SAYINGS. DOINGS, ACHIEVE MENTS. SUFFERINGS, HORES AND REARS OR MANKIND. Wmm Mtwepeptr Ualon Srrnm Service. WESTERN. Melville B. Ingalls, financier end railroad man, died at Hot Springs, Va.. of heart failure. Maintaining the mlltla in the copper country during the strike last winter coat the atate of Michigan $405,000. For the enaction of lawi to reduce the state tax levy, a special session of the Ohio legislature waa ordered by Qevernor Cos. The first woman commissioner from a atate to the Panama-Pacific exposl tlon. Mr Rred E. Button of Oklaho ma. is at San Francisco. John McQavlck, for twenty-six years an employe of the Unkm Pacific, was cut in two at Cheyenne, Wyo., when he fell between cars of a moving train. The Jury In the case of Aklhony Pe tras, accused of the murder of Theresa Hollander last winter, disagreed and was discharged by Judge I' win at Genev...

Publication Title: Cimarron News And Cimarron Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cimarron news and Cimarron citizen. — 16 July 1914

lldlth's. detecta Jonaa. Mrs. Varney' to Thornei what had he dona? Ha CIMARRON NEWS. RET SERVICE BEING THE HAPPENINGS OF ANIGHT 'IN RICHMOND IN THE SPRING OF 1865 PLAY BY Gillette; BYOfRUS TOWNSEND BRADY ILLUSTÜATKM1S BY EDGAR BERT smith Coyoht 191a By poop. Maq am CoMuny SYNOPSIS. Km. Vinwy, wife of a Confederate awneral. has lost ear mn and another I flying from wound Bhr reluctantly at vea liar consent for Wilfred, tha youngest, to Join tha army If ola father consents. The fedérala ara matting their laat aaaault In an effort to capture Richmond. Edith Varney secures from Irrstdent Da via a rommtaaton for Caot Thorne. who la lust recioveiins from wounds, aa chief of tha teieaTaph at Richmond. Cant. Thome telia feidlth ha han been ordered awa One declares he must not ao and tel nlm of the commission from the Brest dent. Mr. Arrelaford of the Confederate eeret service, a relected suitor Proar carrying a note from a prisoner in uDny prison. Arrelsford suspects 1 la Intended for Thorn...

Publication Title: Cimarron News And Cimarron Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cimarron news and Cimarron citizen. — 16 July 1914

AVISO. El trespasar dentro del pasteo del W. S. en el Candado de ('ollas con la mira d yaia, perca, recoger fruta silvestre o t or tat maeera seca o para cnalesquieraotroe liu sin permiso; se prohibe est rictament c equellos.ue asi traspasaren serán prose cutsdos al lleno de la ley. Por (Primado) WILLIAM I UENCH, la Compaaia de heces del W. S. The Cimarron News and Citizen Every Thursday :ion $2 .00 por Year Kntared as second-class matter September 3. 1910, at the postoffice at Cimarron N. M under the act of March 3, 1879.'.' THE CIMARRON PUBLISHING COMPANY. ALB. E SCHKOKDKK. Owner THE DIRECT PRIMARY One state after another heartily approves of the prin ciples and working out of the direct primary elections; and in those states where it has been tried, the voters thos who should rule do not care to go back to the old slip shod methods of 11th hour caucuses where the nominations were anything but honorable. The primary is not a theo ry nor can it be classed with things chimerical; it...

Publication Title: Cimarron News And Cimarron Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cimarron news and Cimarron citizen. — 16 July 1914

QUEEN WINS WOMEN Entertains Leaders of Interna tional Council in Rome. Elena of Italy Hu Special Talk for Each at Reception Guest Treas ure Bonbon With Picture of Ruler on Them. Home, Italy The social events of the International council of women were Intensely Interesting, writes Ida Husted Harper. At the top of these events must be placed, of course the reception by Queen Elena. It did not Include all of the several hundred members of the council that would have been too much to expect but she welcomed the board of officers, nine; the presidents of national coun cils In twenty-three countries and the chairmen of the nine standing commit tees, over forty In all. ne the old and the newly elected officials were In cluded. Bach has her own impressions of "the greatest event In her life." but all agree that there was simplicity and cordiality In the manner of the queen that won every heart. As Mrs. Kate Waller fHrrett, president of the United States council, expressed It: "She seemed to...

Publication Title: Cimarron News And Cimarron Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cimarron news and Cimarron citizen. — 16 July 1914

01MAER0N NEWS. CIVILIZING THE FILIPINO N AGREEMENT with the somewhat well-known Mr Meredith, Uncle Sam oelleves that "civilized man cannot live without cook," and la putting that belief into demonatratlon In handling the educational problema of the Phil ippine!. The FUlplno, to be aure, had a civil ization and cooks prior to the Amer ican occupation, but the civilization waa not of high standard. And after aeveral yeara of closf study of the needa and possibilities of our rest leaa little brown foster brothers of the far east ern islands domestic aclence haa been deemed the surest foundation upon which to build. To begin with, the home and Its women haa been accepted by educatora as the best process of engrafting ' occidental civilization, education and culture on the stunted, half-wild growth which centuries of Spanlah rule left behind. It was the Filipino himself who pointed out the way for the solving of his own personal equation. Primitive as his home life had been he had been l...

Publication Title: Cimarron News And Cimarron Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cimarron news and Cimarron citizen. — 16 July 1914

mm CIMARRON NSW8 4 Thm Throw Away your pomplexion troubles with your powder pufl no need of either when yon use pure, harmless Race Pomade "The ALL DAY BEAUTY POWDER" At all dealers or by mail 50c Zona Co., Wichita. Kansas. DEFIANCE STARCH b constantly growing far favor bocana it Does Not Stick to the Iron and It will not in Jura tba finest fabric For laundry parpóse sit has no equal 16 ox. package lóc. 1-3 more starch for same money. DEFIANCE STARCH CO. Omaha, Nebraska AUTO SALVAGE COMPANY W1M Main dim., li.n... ntto. SCn. Hia-uununoH, pip vo ee Baa BHaao. Money refunded If good, rol motor. Beecna hand ears at enrage lutws. tea, oUs and piim. Ourespondenoe eoU Ws bur wreaked, burned or damaged ears. EARN AN EASY DOLLAR ?S A itreet car runs twice as fast when you are trying to catch It as it does after you have caught it. Red Cross Bag Blue, much better, goes farther than liquid blue. Get from any grocer. Adv. Real, Tragedy of the Stage. A beautiful actress, Ftauleln Dar mer, was ki...

Publication Title: Cimarron News And Cimarron Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cimarron news and Cimarron citizen. — 16 July 1914

eeeesseeessesseee LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS ITEMS i All U careful!) o( the dental art :ed. Dr. Locke. High grade dentistry is my pro fession. All work guaranteed. Dr. Locke. SUPPLY COMPANY I Pete Bjorge is confined to his home this week with illness. Mrs. C. B. Kohlbausen of Raton is spending the week as a guest at the Chase Ranch. "i Meals Rt all hours are served at Weber's Restaurant and Bakery. J. D- Hagadorn and son Ward were business visitors in Cimarron Tuesday from the Rayado ranch. J. M. Heck was a business visit or in Raton, Tuesday- Weber's Bakery Bakers' Goods and Confectioners Rooms suitable for light house keeping for rent at the Antlers. J A. W. VASEY Fire, Accident, Liability, Torna do, Automobile and Life Insurance. Sixteen Strongest and Beát Com panies Represented. David B. Cole attended to busi ness mattw in Raton, Monday. H. G. Frankenburger was a pas senger to Raton, Monday where he attended to company business. At the Model Grocery cream 40c per !)t., and buttermi...

Publication Title: Cimarron News And Cimarron Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cimarron news and Cimarron citizen. — 23 July 1914

CIMARRON NEWS. AND THE CIMARRON CITIZEN ESTABLISHED 1872-NEW VOL. VI CIMARRON, COLFAX COUNTY. NEW, MEXICO. THURSDAY. JULY 23. 1914. NO. 29 ' CI MA-R.RON HOLDS THE KEYS TO THE KINGDOM OF COLFAX Consumptives Advised Not To Come Here Lungers Not Financially Fixed -Are Advised To Remain Home For The Beneficial Treatment. Realizing that the southwest is confronted with a grave problem in the indigent consumptives who are flocking to the state, attracted by the large relative percentage of cures made in this climate, the health departments of the associat ed organizations of the state are making every effort to discourage from coming to the southwest those who are without the resources to effect a cure in the proper manner. Neither are those advised to come who have no possible chance of re covery. 'Experience has shown that while isolated cases have been cured while working or roughing it, a large per centage of those who have come to the southwest in the past, under the necessity of wor...

Publication Title: Cimarron News And Cimarron Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cimarron news and Cimarron citizen. — 23 July 1914

CIMARRON NEWS AN EPITOME OF LATE LIVE NEWS CONDENSED RECORD OP THE PROGRESS OP EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD. FROM ALL SOURCES SAYINGS, DOINGS. ACHIEVE MENTS, SUFFERINGS, HOPES AND PEARS OF MANKIND, Wtrn Nawepaper Union Meare Service. WESTERN. Dr. E. B. Cooley has announced hit candidacy before tbe Republican pri marle of llllnola In oppoaltlon to Uncle Joe Cannon for nominal Inn to Cañaren. Charlea W. Bryan, brother of Pres ident Wilson's secretary of state, In a statement announced he will not be a candidate for the Democratic nom ination for governor of Nebraska. An order for an election on the question of statewide prohibition In September was Issued by Gov. SJuart of Virginia. A petition asking the lection was signed by 69,926 voters. Six persons were killed and nine teen injured In a collision between an aiectrlc car and a freight train on the Virginian railroad at Fairmont cross ing, about three miles from Norfolk, Va. United States government wireless stations along tbe Pacific ...

Publication Title: Cimarron News And Cimarron Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cimarron news and Cimarron citizen. — 23 July 1914

cisco. 1100 CIMARRON NEWS. SERVICE CYWtOMT 1912 BOW THE HAPPENINGS OF ANIGHT MOND IN DIE SPRING OF 186b LAY BY Gillette; BYOfRUS TOWNSEND BRADY IUUSTRATONS BY EIKAR BtRT SMITH Bnr Doop Ms4 am Conwnv SYNOPSIS. Mr. TuMr. wtf at a ort fanaral, hu lost om Mm and another I Rn( from wounds 8h reluctantly gives consent for Wilfred, the youngrst,to lain the army If hli father consents. The fedérala are making their laat assault In an effort to capture Richmond. Edith VnnwT ee.MirM tmm prwlilTit ravta a eommfsston for Capt. Thome, who la Just recovering from wounds, as chief of th telerranh at Richmond. Capt Thorns tells Edith he has been ordered away. She declares he must not go and tells him of the commission from the presi dent. Mr. Arrelaford of the Confederate secret service, a rejected suitor of Edith's, detects Jonas. Mrs. Varney a butler' rarrylng a note from a prisoner Ki Llbbjr prison Arrelaford suspects It Intended for Thome. The note reeds "Attack tonight. Plan I. Use Tele sreoh ...

Publication Title: Cimarron News And Cimarron Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cimarron news and Cimarron citizen. — 23 July 1914

Kronen romane ha or I.aberteaiu wrh t'yr The Cimarron News and Citizen ablished Every Thursday SulMcriptiou li.oo ; WAS THE HERO OF 200 DUELS DRILL BOFES SQUARE HCLES Land of Steady Habita Produce Me chantcal Novelty Formerly Re garded aa Impossible, Laberteeque, Modern D'Artagnan Dead In Paria Fights Whole Town Council. r r t t Ed tarad at second-class mailer Sep lamber j. 1910, at lha portóme at Cimarron N. M.. under tba act of March 3. 1870," THE CIMARRON PUBLISHING COMPANY ALB. B. 8CHROKDER. Owner CANNOT COME BACK The country as a whole is enjoying a needed rest from the political activities of Col. Roosevelt at Oyster Bay, and it is assumed that the Colonel is likewise enjoying his rest, indeed be should; he earned it long ago. He is now forced to submit to a rest upon the advice of a physician. The Colonel is not the type every mile or two. He exerts every ounce ot vitality to bring up a head of steam as in years past, but he is unable to gain pressure on the guage. On the con...

Publication Title: Cimarron News And Cimarron Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cimarron news and Cimarron citizen. — 23 July 1914

r Hall tV Prín finer is nnt frr Ka Karl in auanr iLaw if i J - - -. w av wv aauva asa üWüñJ OIIU, II. IO jj a combination of machinery and skilled labor WILL SHOW BRITISH American to Tell England How to Run Railroad. Henry Worth Thornton, Picked by English Director to Taka Charge of Groat Bastera Road, Will Demon trata U S. Methods. New York. "Your best chance of sucrasa," aaid Henry W. Thornton, "cornea when you are In your shirt sleeves. " Thornton ta the young American railroad man who was recently picked out to take charge ot the Great East ern railroad In England. The member of the board of direc tora who dlf the picking tactfully add ed to his declaration that Thornton Is the beat young railroad man In Amer ica for auch a position, the cause be ing that English railroad men hare run to seed. "They do not grow," said the di rector, wagging his head like a me chanical bear. "They do not expand. Their field of vision la limited." However that may be and English rallroade resolved...

Publication Title: Cimarron News And Cimarron Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cimarron news and Cimarron citizen. — 23 July 1914

CIMARRON NEWS. Fundamental i 81 d.:,:j Health (Copyright. 1914. by A. S. Gray) THE SHOE. Napoleon, probably the greatest mil itary authority the world has pro duced. Is quoted aa stating that "An army travels on Its belly," but mod ern military authorities bare discov ered that an army need feet fully aa much a food to be an efficient 3ght Ing machine. The recorda show that over 80,000 German soldiers were Incapacitated for duty during the first few weeks of the Franco-Prussian war on account of Injuries to the feet; and excoria tions of the feet figure aa the cause of one-third of all exemptions from active service among young French soldier during campaign. Under date of February 6, 1914, the acting surgeon general, war depart rvent, Washington, D. C, write as fol lows: "Many examples might here be cited, but the following Instance which oc curred In the experience of the shoe board is sufficiently typical. "In 1908. a battalion or United States Infantry took a practise march In a...

Publication Title: Cimarron News And Cimarron Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cimarron news and Cimarron citizen. — 23 July 1914

CIMARRON NEWS Ths Coca-Cola To Blow In, Probably. Mother What are Richard and your father storming about ao? Daughter -Oh, Dick's trying to raise the wind again. Also Barren of Wealth. "So that foreign suitor of Ethel's turned out tq be no baron after all." "Oh, he was a baron, all right Baron Munchausen." A leather belt In an English fac tory has been running at a speed of 1,800 feet a minute from 9 to 18 hours a day for more than 32 years. Make the laundress happy that's Bed Cross Bag Blue. Makes beautiful, clear whit clothes. All good grocers. Adv. The morning after is a cheerful one for the man who devotes the night before to sleep. Albany Journal. Soups Soap making is an art Why trouble with soup recipes when the best chefs la the country are at your service? A few cans of Libby's Soup on your pantry shelf assures you of the correct flavor, ready in a few minutes. There am Tomato, Vegetable, Chicken, Oxtail, Con- Mock Turtle and other kinds. Your grocer ha them Ubby, M'Neill A ...

Publication Title: Cimarron News And Cimarron Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cimarron news and Cimarron citizen. — 23 July 1914

LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS ITEMS LAIL I Weber's Bakery Bakers' Goods and Confectioners All branches of the dental art carefully practiced. Dr. Locke. Henry Springer attended to com pany busineis at Koehler, Wed nesday. " Mr. H. E. Brennan is visiting with friends in Maxwell a few days this week. Cbas. Springer is spending the week in Denver attending to im portant business matters. Meals at all hours are served at Weber's Restaurant and Bakery. Miss Mildred Chandler went to Dawson, Wednesday to be the guest of friends a few days. A. W. VASEY Fire, Accident, Liability, Torna do, Automobile and Life Insurance. Sixteen Strongest and Besl Com panies Represented. Rooms suitable (or light house keeping for rent at the Antlers. High grade dentistry is my pro fession. All work guaranteed. Dr. Locke. Mrs. Crooks and children went to Dawson, Tuesday, where they will be the guests of Mrs. Secord a fortnight. Mrs. Walter Secord and son re turned to their borne in Dawson after a few days visit with...

Publication Title: Cimarron News And Cimarron Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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