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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cimarron news and Cimarron citizen. — 26 November 1914

ebria. El trespasar sobre la propriedad del rancho de la Urraca, en el Condado de Colfax sea y a con el fia de cazar peican o recoger fruta silvestre o cortar lena oi otro Un cualesquiera sin permiso a prohibe astrietsmeote. Y todos aquellas quienes i traspasaren serán prosoculadoe al pleuo estenio de la ley. Geo. H. Webster, Jr. THE PATRIOTIC THE RURAL 0. i THECLMJEVVTJMAN na wvt KitiM. Mamo DOLLAR i CONGRESS DECREES DOLLARS IN THE FARMERS THE ruíTnm.N DULQINQ IN LUXURIES MUST o ThY "t.Jn'I MORAlÍty FIRST SALUTE THE FLAG. NATIONS MORALITY. l Co-operation of Church, School and Presa Eatcntial to Community Building. War Revenue Tax of 1105,000,000 Levied Beer Bears Brunt of Burden. eirJ in SaS 5 i 25Sj CHURCH (utPw Congress has levied a war tai ot 105.00.(H0 to offset a' similar amount of loss on Import revenue due to the European disturbances and of this amouVit beer Is the heaviest contributor, having been assessed ap proximately $60,000.000; a stamp tax on negotiable Instruments, ...

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. — 26 November 1914

OWA&EOV WWl The Land of Broken Promises A Stirring Story of the Mexican Revolution (Oryngnt. ivjsrreaavj CHAPTER XXIII Continuad. 'Now she strike It!" he announced, aa the ramble turned Into a roar; but the roar crew louder, there waa a craab aa the tracks struck a curre, and then a great metal ore-car swung round the point, rode up high as It hit the rererse and, speeding by as if hot from a catapult, swept through the yard; smashed into a freight car, and leaped, car and all. Into the creek. "They're sneaked my derallert" eald the roadmaster, starting on a ran for the shops. "Who'll go with me to put In another one? Or well loosen a rail on the curre that'll call for no more than a clawhar and a wrench!" "Ill gol" volunteered Bud and the man who stood guard, and aa startled alee pen roused up on every side and ran toward the scene of the wreck they dashed down the hill together and threw a handcar on the track. Then, with what tools they could get together, and a spare deraile...

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. — 26 November 1914

CIMARRON NEWS LATEST NEWS EPITOMIZED f ROM TELEGRAPHIC REPORTS THAT COVER THE WEEK'S VENTS. OF MOST INTEREST KEEPING THE READER POSTED ON MOST IMPORTANT CURRENT TOPICS. "l Newspaper Union fVs Harris WESTERN. Nine business establishments were wiped out In Phoenix. Arli., by a fire, entailing a loas estimated at $300,000. Seattle was selected by the execu tive committee as the place for the 1Í1B convention of the Woman's Chris tian Temperance Union. Mrs. Marie Petro and her daughters, Amle and Elizabeth, were burned to death when their home In Homestead, Pa., was destroyed by fire. lrect fires which are reported burning in many counties In Arkansas and particularly north and northeast of Utile Hock, are said to be Increas ing In headway. TweWe deaths were attributed to football in the United States during the season, according to a record kept by a atatlatlclan at Chicago. Only two were college men. Physicians at Columbus, Ohio, inves tigated the case of Paul F. Tressler, Montpeller, ...

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. — 26 November 1914

LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS ITEMS LAIL Weber's Bakery Bakers' Goods and Confectioners H. H. Chandler shipped four cars of yearling steers to Lebo, Kansas, Tuesday. Dr. A. R. Streicher ol Raton at tended to business on his ranch south of Cimarron on Suuday. First class beds at the Antlers hotel, furnace heat, 50c, 75c am 9l.0O. Walter Jones of Lebo, Kansas, was attending to Some stock ship ments from Cimarron the first of the week. Mrs. P. J. Hagadorn left Tues day for Alamoosa, Colorado for an extended visit with her parents for the holiday season. Patronize home industry and buy your bakery goods at Weber's Hestaurant and Bakery. Matt Heck is shipping a large consignment of cattle to Texas to day where they will be fed silage during the winter for the market. T. H. McAuliffe came down from his ranch near Raton, on a com bined business and pleasure visit with friends the first of the week. Meals at all hours are served at Weber's Restaurant and Bakery. A. W. VASEY Fire,, Accident, Liabi...

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. — 3 December 1914

CIMARRON NEWS. AND THE CIMARRON CITIZEN ESTABLISHED 1 8 72 -NEW VOL VI 'CIMARRON CIMARRON. COLFr IEW MEXICO. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3. 1914. NO. 48 HOLDS THE KEYS TO THE KINGDOM OF COLFAX" Cimarron School Is Awarded 1 1 Ribbons Cimarron School Receives More Blue Ribbons Than Any Other In County For Work of Art. Eleven Blue Ribbons were the total number of prizes awarded the Cimarron Public School at the ed ucarional meeting in Albuquerque last week for products that were placed on exhibition. The prizes were awarded for drawings, both plain and chromo colors, needle craft, writing and fancy work, per formed by the students of the local school. The Cimarron school carried away more blue ribbons at the as sociation meeting than any other school in the county, including Ra ton and Dawson. Dawson receiv ed more blue ribbons than did Cimarron at the Northern New Mexico Fair in October, but not so at the rheeting of last week. Great credit is due the Cimarron school faculty for the winning ol...

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. — 3 December 1914

CIMARRON NÍW8 RUSSIAN NAVY IS BOTTLED UP, THE GERMANS ASSERT Turks Control Black Sea and Teutons Hold Baltic White Sea Frozen During Winter. HOLY WAR DECLARED Sultan Call on All Mohammedan to Slaughter British, Slav and French-Another Battle In Poland. Summary of Events. The Russian navy is ms.-I.-ss for the present. This is the gist of an official l.clnration made by the German war office. The Turkish navy dominates the Black sea and the Sea of Azov, accord ing to the declaration. A bom bardment of Odessa is feared and Russian shipping companies have removed their ships from these bodies of water. A blockade of the harbor of Libau places the control of the Black sea in the hands of the Germans, while the freezing of the harbor of Arch angel, in the White sea, severs Russian communication with the outside world. Qermah Defeat In Poland. Russia and Germany each claim a great victory in Poland. The Russian claim is supported, however, by re ports from neutral countries and from neutra...

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. — 3 December 1914

XXIV Continuad. fTWARRON NEWS. The Land of Broken Promises A Stirring Story of the Mexican Revolution CHAPTER üp along the hillside and after the fugitives they ran with vengeful eager ness, racing each other for the higher ground and the first shot at the reb els. First Alvares on his white horse would be ahead, and then, aa they en countered rocks, U. Yaquis would urge to the front. It was a race and at the same time it waa a rout, for, at the first glimpse of that oncoming body of warriors, the cowardly follow ers of Bernardo Bravo took to their heels and fled. But oyer the rocks no Cblhuahuan, no matter bow scared, can hope to out distance a Yaq.nl, and the pop, pop of rifles told the fat of the first luckless ctragglere. For the Yaquis, after a hundred and sixty years of guerrilla warfare, never waste a shot; and as, savage yells and the crash of a sud den volley drifted down from the rocky heights the men who had been be sieged in Fortuna knew that death waa abroad in the hill...

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. — 3 December 1914

The Cimarron News and Citizen Pefrliaked'Every Thursday Subscription $2.00 per Veiir GUN FIRE IS AWFUL British Officer Describes Deadli ness of Artillery. HITS BRITISH STAGE FOLK Half the Road Companlea Disbanded Because of War Plana foe Relief. Kn tared s tscoi l-Usi mtt N. M.. I the poitoffice at Cimarron , 1879." ALB. E. SCHROEDER. Owner CLEAN JOURNALISM It is an old and true statement that, all things come to those who wait. In this respprt it is singularly true with regard to journalism in New Mexico. When the State Record at Santa Fe was born, there no doubt exist ed in the minds of New Mexico publishers that that paper would enjoy but an ephemeral existence, and that its col umns would contain but brazen political and deceptive lies. That a mistaken opinion was fostered and nourished is ab solutely convincing. In the event the State Record maintains its present type of journalism in the future, its success is assured for alTtimes to come. It is by far the cleanest and most fo...

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. — 3 December 1914

SEES TITANIC COSTS $40,225,000 A DAY ftutala'e Bill for War It Almost Dou bt That of Any Other Pewer. THECBTIBVOMAN 3 f Parla The war bill which Europe I meeting 1ally ia now figured up aa follow: It'.!.'! sin FOR POLISH CAPITAL Newspaper Correspondent In ThifW nf firm D in vi uiiui uautc hi the East. HAD CITY IN THEIR GRASP Germana Had Only to Walk In and Take It, But Overnight Delay Coat Them Victory Vivid Picture of Bloody Conflict. By FRANCIS M'CULLAGH. Correspondent Chicago Dally Newe. Petrograd, Russia - The Orman ad vance on Warsaw waa achieved as a reault of that most difficult opeaatlon known as a change of front, performed with marvelous speed and efficiency. The transfer of one-Murth of the Or man army frcm Helgium to Poland was the least of the difficulties that were overcome. Far greater was the establishment of etrapes (shelter) and lines of communication In hostile territory. The Germans nit only over came these difficulties, but conceived a masterly plan of attacking...

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. — 3 December 1914

CIMARRON NEWS. WHISPERING THROUGH ée 1 tu es of sunlight hate been recognized from the dawn of human history and are embodied In a thousand myth! nod legenda, but the facta hare been stead fastly ignored, while the whole world haa sought for the fountain of youth. It haa remained for our own genera tion to discover that direct sunlight la not merely beneficial in stimulating Fundamental airmen Principles of HealflfH the genera health and raising the tone of mind and body, but that, aa we shall later see, It possesses a therapeutic value In certain alimenta which borders on the marvelous and forces ns more end more to recognize that disease Is the result of social and economic conditions. By ALBERT S. GRAY, M. D Br is: Él 1 ::::: T'T"""": "JOBL IsbS 2 r. ln6if9nK JWf hMR9M MrnnnHnnnnnnnnnBBnf ji i--W i Aag jSfi LjjptBB&aBEjiBI ( ? avi H t rWft 1,E war correspondents of 1898 III rotf columns nf matter about the I H A heroes of Santiago who climbed on 9 y the embankments In front o...

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. — 3 December 1914

CIMARRON NEWS LATEST NEWS EPITOMIZED MOM TELEGRAPHIC RSPOHTS THAT COVER THE WEEK'S VENTS. OF MOST INTEREST KEEPING THE READER POSTED ON MOST IMPORTANT CURRENT TOPICS. ' Newspaper Unlnn rieere Serrlce. WESTERN. Pour more Informations were Hied against mine workers, charging them with kidnaping Western Federation of Miners' member Aug. 27. Charles C. Witmer, an American avi ator, notified relatives at Decalur, 111., of his appointment by Ciar Nicholas of Russia to the Rssslan airship corps. A carload of foodstuffs, principally flour and beans, the contribution from Billings and Its vicinity to the Bel gian relief fund, left Billings, Mont, for Seattle. Blda for 1,700,000 flannel army htrta for the allied army were sub mitted by several firms to representa tives of the British War Department In St. Louis. Edward J. Clark and Bertha Par sons, 18 years old, were arrested at Cloveland, Okla., charged with the murder of Clark's wife near Oreen Forest Ark. The Knight Woolen mills of Provo. ...

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. — 3 December 1914

H. A. Fjnke motored to Max well, Monday on business. ÍReal Christmas Bargains That Will Appeal j B. F. McEndorler and wife of Miami were visitors in Cimarrón, Monday. With Christmas only a short time ahead of us and new goods arriving we have but one alternate and that is to put on a sale unknown before in this section. The prices quoted are so low that you can afford to buy and we to sell. Our goods are strictly fresh, that's the only kind we sell in fact. Swastika coal, the most heat for vour money, sold by J. W. Swear ingen. H. G. Frankenburger attended to company business in Raton last Friday. 1 Masons Fancy 1 lb boxes candies, regular price 70c, special now 65c Masons Fancy 12 lb boxes candies regular price 35c, special now 30c Fancy hand dipped chocolates, reg ular price 35c, special per lb 30c Funke's Superfine chocolate cover ed fruits and nuts in boxes, regular price 65c, our special now 60c Lemon and Hoarhound stick candy, regular 20c seller, per lb - 1 8c Funke and Ziegle...

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. — 10 December 1914

CIMARRON NEWS. AND THE CIMARRON CITIZEN ESTABLISHED 1872-NEW VOL- VI CIMARRON. COLFAX COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1914. NO. 40 CIMARRON HOLDS THE KEYS TO THE KINGDOM OF COLFAX" National Educator Visits Cimarron ' ' - H. W. Foght, An Authority On Rural Schools Inspects Cimarron Schools; Publish Bulletins. Of no little importance was tbe visit to this citv on Monday, ol H. W. Voght. an authority on rural schools and their lurtherance, con nected with the National Depart ment ol Education at Washington, D. C. Mr. Foght was accompanied by County Superintendent Lockard, Pint. Conway and Miss Hall, on his tour ol insoection to this city. The lormer accompanied Mr Foght from Raton while tbe latter joined the party at Dawson when the school was inspected at that place The party went to Springer, Tues day morning for a brief visit, re turning to the county seat in the afternoon, from where he left lor Santa Fe and Albuquerque. It is indeed lortunate lor Cimar ron that Mr. Fogh...

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. — 10 December 1914

CIMARRON MIWB. ITALY READY TO ENTER CONFLICT WITH THE ALLIES Parliament's Special Meeting and Premier's Speech Show Government's Attitude. SERVIA'S END SEEN Austria Takss Capital and Destroy On third of Serb Forcea In Four Month Big Baltics Ocour In Wetter n Poland. Summary of Events. i;hi- the extraordinary meet ing of the Italian parliament late iaat week, followed by a npeeial onfereuee of the ministry, in w hivh Italy wan shown to be over whelmingly favorable to the Al lies, it in announced that the S ! -i n Europe kingdom may go ' ar within two weeks. Italy's sympathies and her cente of obligation draw her to the side of ths members of the Triple Entente." ttays a semi-offlclal dispatch from Home. "The nation haa been unable to enter the war heretofore because of lack of military equipment and naval readiness. During the last four months these deflcleuce have been remedied, however, and the country will be well able to look after her interests from this time forward." In a nota...

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. — 10 December 1914

CIMARRON NEWS The Land of Broken Promises Ca. . - By DANE COOUDGE A Stirring Story Arn of the Mexican "53ífc&.. I Revolution " Z (CWM, W14. W CHAPTBB XXV Continuad. "Who U that man?" asked Onto, a aha rained In at his side. 'Do you know him?" "Sure do!" responded Hooker Jovi ally. "He's the beat (Hand I got In Mexico! 'Ka!, Amigo!!' ha hallad, a toa Taqul cama quartering down the hill, and. apparently oblivious of the on coming pursuers, ha rode oat or the trail to meat him. They shook hands sed Amigo flashed his familiar smile, glancing shyly over the horse's back at the daughter of the Aragons. "I knew the horse." he explains, with a gentle caress for Copper Bottom- "My people up there kill Mex icana! Where you gor "North to the line," answered Bud, pointing up the pasa. "Muy malo!" frowned the Y aquí, glancing once more at the woman be hind. "Muchos revoltosos!" "Where?" aaked Bud. "Every where!" replied Amigo with a comprehensive wave of the hand. "But no matter," he added s...

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. — 10 December 1914

aBBoannJfíaafsBaMBWHsaaWaasss - The Cimarron News and Citizen I'uultshed Every Thursday Kntered . aoo-i l--:ln mtter S3ternnr N. M.. ander the act o( THH CIMAKRON PUBLISHING COMPANY. ALB. E SCHROKUER. Owner ' THE ARIZONA LAW The British and Italian ambassadors to the United States at Washington are vigorously protesting to the de partment of state against the enanctment of the 80 per t ent law recently voted through the iniative in the state of Arizona. The ambassadors contend that the law is in conflict with the treaties of their respective countries. While it is generally understood and acknowledged in this country that a treaty between the United States and foreign countries precedes the law of any state or its possessions, it is still more and equally important to know and appreciate that there are many forms of treaties, and on this question hinges the ultimate outcome, whether the Arizona law is valid or not. In a narrower vsense treaties may be divided into many classes as, p...

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. — 10 December 1914

AVISO El traspasar dentro del pasteo del W. S. en el Candado de Colfas con la mira d yaca, poica, recoger fruta silvestre o cor til masera oca o para cualesquieraotro fin ain permuto, ae prohibe et rictamenl c aquello que aai traapaaareoaerau proae cutadoa al llano de la lay. Por (Primado) WILLIAM FRENCl. la l.'ompnaia da Reces da) W 8. AVISO. rancho da la Urraca, an al Condado de recoger fruta ailvestre o cortar lena oi otro ho cualesquiara sin permiso ae prohibe aalrinamaote. Y lodos aquellos quienes traspasasen seras proeacutado al pleoo USEFUL CHRISTMi S 1847 Roger Bros. Silverware Set Knives and Forks 7.50 Set Table Spoons 3.75 Set Tea Spoons 1.7s Set Orange Spoons 2.50 Set Soup Spoons 4.25 Set Bouilllon Spoons 3.75 Set Salad Forks 3.85 Set Oyster Forks 2.75 Berry Spoon 1 .50 Cream Ladel 90c Sugar Shell 75c Child Set 1.75 Buy Sensible Presents IWfTTnTHTTOTfTTV Iff? TTTITTI TTTMMYfmTTTjTTl'TMYTf Tfn"TTTTTTTTTTTTHmYY7fTYTTTTITT Our store is the place to buy good, sen sible Christ...

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. — 10 December 1914

OI MARRON NXWft. WE MUST OPEN UP GATES OF TRADE AH Important Problem Which Now Confronts Congress, Says President. SHIPS OUR GREATEST NEED America Feare No Nation and la Am ply Able to Defend Itself Great Taak Ahead in Helping to Root o re Peace Economy fa Strongly Urged. Washington, Dec. 8. President WI1 eon today delivered hie annual address ta congress. Problems brought out by the great conflict In Europe engaged the greater part of hia attention. The meeeage follows: Gentlemen of the Congreaa: The session upon which you are now entering will be the cloeing sees Ion of the Sixty-third congress, a congreaa, I venture to say, which will long be re membered for the great body of thoughtful and constructive work which It haa done, in loyal response tot the thought and ueeds of the coun tr I ahould like in this address to re view the notable record and try to make adequate assessment of it; but no doubt we stand too near the work that haa been done and are ourselves tajo mtch part of ...

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. — 10 December 1914

CIMARRON NEWS LATEST NEWS EPITOMIZED FROM TILEQRAPMIO REPORTS THAT COVER THC WIIK'I VINT. OF MOST INTEREST KEEPING THE HEADER POSTED ON MOST IMPORTANT CURRENT TOPIC. Wtem Nrwipiptr linlon New Service. WESTERN. What It believed to be th tint hu man cue of foot and moutb disease in the present epidemic among cattle was reported from Jollet, 111. Mlaa Jessie Cope, complainant In the white Blare indictment against Col. Charlea Alexander, a millionaire of lrovldence, R. I u arrested in Chi cago on a charge of attempted bribery. Mrs. Ernestine Dreyfus of Kansas City was elected executive aecretary of the National Council of Jewish Women at the concluding session at Mew Orleans, La., of the organisa tion's convention. The quarantine placed on the stock yarda at Wichita, Kan., three weeks ago, when the foot and mouth disease was believed to have been found, waa lifted by an order from the Depart ment of Agriculture. The organization of farm diversifi cation and marketing associations la mov...

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. — 10 December 1914

I ; Real Christmas Bargains That Will Appeal j With Chriálmas only a short time ahead of us and new goods arriving we have but one alternate and that is to put on a sale unknown before in this section. The prices quoted are so low that you can afford to buy and we to sell. Our goods are strictly fresh, that's the only kind we sell in fact. Masons Fancy 1 lb boxes candies, regular price 70c, special now 65c Masons Fancy i-2 lb boxes candies regular price 35c, special now 30c Funke's Superfine chocolate cover ed fruits and nuts in boxes, regular price 65c, our special now 60c Expert Peanut Fudge, regular price 25c, special to the trade per lb 22c rff?WntTTT?r?TT!T!TT!TmTTTM?WT!?TM!?MY ff TNTTf UTTTT n ttttt.T Fancy hand dipped chocolates, reg ular price 35c, special per lb 30c Lemon and Hoarhound stick candy, regular 20c seller, per lb 18c Funke and Ziegler's lemon, hoar hound and peppermint drops, regu lar price 25c per lb, special now 24c Kindergarten mixed candy, Winter mixed, Jell...

Publication Title: Cimarron News And Cimarron Citizen, The
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