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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cimarron news and Cimarron citizen. — 17 December 1914

CIMARRON NEWS. AND T.HE CIMARRON CITIZEN ESTABLISHED 1872-NEW VOL VI CIMARRON, COLFAX COUNTY. NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1914. NO. 50 CIMARRON HOLDS THE KEYS TO THE KINGDOM OF COI fay- Extension Fanning By Government Man Agricultural Classes To Be Instructed On Scientific Soil Culture And The Selection of Seeds. The long anticipated innovation from antiquated methods of agri cultural exploitations is about to be realized in Colfax county, and before the. year 1913 will have come to a close, farmers will have the benefit of the services tendered by the United States Department of Agriculture, through its exten sión department. The extension department has a man, in the person of Mr. Morn ingtau, on the ground in Colfax county, to assist the farmers in raising better crops both in quan tity and quality, and to advise the tillers of the soil as to the best methods to be employed through out. Mr. Morningtau is an experienc ed farmer and completed bis agri cultural training in an...

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. — 17 December 1914

If Grandpapa Were Santa Claus! 1 '. !.. 1 . .."........' Í ' jjjSP' '(B if Grandpapa were Sarita Claus, how happy we would be I When toyshop toil was finished he would take us on each knee. He'd tell us all his secrets and he'd name the pretty toys He'd made and kept in hiding for the other girls and boys. We have a real, live Grandpapa ! He visits us each year, And he is quite a bosom friend of Santa Claus, 1 hear. Although he owns no reindeer, and of playthings no great store If Grandpapa were Santa Claus, we could not love him more 1 QENE MORGAN. EMOTIONAL VALUE OF DAY Christina Spirit AJpjoat Universally Felt, But What It la Remain a Mystery to Many. The emotional vsjup of Christ nias may be atd to be universally felt. Something happen at Christmas that. If only for a day or two, does the whole world good. What that some thins Is remains for many a mystery. A number of persons who feel the renewing Impulse are like Faum when i notes Of the Easter song arrest Ala suicidal Intent;...

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. — 17 December 1914

atotuafuaraataaatocaraoaaaua. aMaaanaaoinntwaaa dom ofdnualata and hareaai Ovalara, or am t aaaraaa Pnt aa" Bannlaetarara. Cat ahova now to pouraoa uiroaia war fr Book tot atraa aaarrtklaa. Laaal acanta waattd. Larga rati ma 1 "WBjeMIBawMaTOaWa GIMARROH NEWS. LATEST NEWS EPITOMIZED MOM TELEGRAPHIC REPORTS THAT COVIN THB WIIK'I IVKNTt. OF MOST INTEREST KItPINO THI HEADER POSTED ON moot IMPORTANT CURRENT TOPIC. Wniiri Ncwipapcr Union Km Snrrica. WESTERN. Laden with a $3,000,000 cargo of food for the relief of Belgium the steamer Mairtrtnonge sailed from New York. Mrs. Katharine Spaleta, on trial for baring shot mad killed her huaband on the street at Olobe. Ariz., last Bum mer when he attacked her escort, was acquitted. Chicago club woman ware elated over the ease with which Mrs. Hila Flagg Young was re-elected superln tendent of schools at a salary of $10, 000 a year. Counterfeit stiver dollars. In an un finished condition were discovered in the house recently occupied by Mike Smith ...

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. — 17 December 1914

rnttinr Sejiiein'nr ll, nadar thn act of Hie Cimarron News and Citizen SEES TITANIC by the sounds of firing and ; in the adjacent village and so lv subscription fl.oo I Year CIMAKKON ALB. E. SC PUBLIC LANDS From the time the United Stateo was incorporated in. to one body of law making and protection, the question of public lands has been an important one and not infrequent ly has it been brought to the attention of congress. Ef forts have been made to have the government ceed public lands to the states in which they are situated, but this plan was not cheerfully -met by congress. The Washington government has not yet felt inclined towards letting each state control the public domain with in its boundaries, but on the other hand it has grasped the richest sections in the western states and placed a barrier against their development. It took Missouri forty years to settle the public land question before a definite agree ment was reached through the war. The constitution provides that ...

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. — 17 December 1914

AVISO. El treapaaar dentro del pasteo del W. S. ea 1 Candado da Colfax con la mira d yate, pexca, recoger fruta silvestre o cor ta! macera aeca o para cualeaquieraotroe fin sin permiso; se prohibe eat rictamant c aquellos que asi traspaaareueerao prose cutadoa al Heno de la ley. Por (Primado) WILLIAM FRENCH, la Compnaia da Reces del W, 8. USEFUL CHRISTMAS GIFTS i m 18 rMxmmOK m true IS 1847 Roger Bros. Silverware Set Knives and Forks 7.50 Set Table Spoons 3.75 Set Tea Spoons 1.75 Set Orange Spoons 2.50 Set Soup Spoons 4.25 Set Bouillion Spoons 3.75 Set Salad Forks 3.85 Set Oyster Forks 2.75 Berry Spoon 1.50 Cream Ladel 80c Sugar Shell 75c Child Set 1.75 Buy Sensible Presents TTTTmTTTTTTTUTTrt (TYTtTTTWTt TUMf mHMMl IM' IMMMMMffVtMMTTY min IT WTII ffTTOTT Our store is the place to buy good, sen sible Christmas gifts. Don't throw your money away by buying a lot of trivial things that last onjy a day. Spend your money for useful gifts that will please those who receive them; last a lon...

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. — 17 December 1914

CIMARRON NEW 8 RUSSIANS CHECK GERMAN ADVANCE AGAINST WARSAW The Kaiser Sends Five Columns Toward Polish Capital and Slavs are Hard Pressed Now. ALLIES CLAIM GAIN The French Say They Have Capturad Two Important Point Along Weatern Battle Line Britiah Navy Wlna. Summary of Events. Of the five Austro-Gerraan col umna which for some days appear ed to be making steady progress in their invasion of Poland, three have suffered checks, according to the official report from Russian headquarters. The column which waa making a downward stroke from Mlawa, on the east Prussian frontier, and which was reported in one dispatch from Petrograd to be within fifteen miles of Warsaw, was repulsed after an energetic offensive, and under counter at tacks from the Russians, was com pelled to retire at some points. Germine Repulaed. The attacka of the main German column which had Ita front on the line between Lodz and Lowics, and which came down diagonally from Thorn, veré delivered with great force, but, ...

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. — 17 December 1914

CIMARRON NEWS. 7$.? Land of Broken Promises A Stirring Story of the Mexican Revolution DANE COOLIDGE -r ,snw Flflnlnr Pool" "HkUea r(jk Wmn." ' TJ Tnkaa." be Copyright, 1914. by Frank A. Muomt.) CHAPTER XXVII Continued. By the ilgne the land ahead was full of bandits and ladronea, men to whom human life waa nothing and a woman no metre sacred thari a brute. At the pass all trails converged, from the north and from the south. Not by any chance could a man pass over It In the daytime without meeting some one on the way, and if the base revoltosos once set eyes on Gracia It would take ore thar a nod to restrain them. So, In a sheltered ravine they sought cover until It was dark, and while Oracia slept, the heavy-headed Bud watched the plain from the heights above. As he watched he dreamed of a home In which this woman now sleep ing beside him was the queen. He dreamed of years to come with un bounded happiness throughout all of them. Thoughts of Phil and duty to his partner were far aw...

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. — 17 December 1914

i Real Christmas Bargains That Will Appeal j 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 quoteo are so low that you can afford to buy an3 we to sell Our goods are strictly fresh, that's the only kind we sell in fact. Masons Fancy I 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 Fancy Chocolate chips 40c now 35c iáliááiUáHiüiiiiiiuiiimiiiiiiiiuiniiiiiu 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 ...

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. — 24 December 1914

CIMARRON NEWS. AND THE CIMARRON CITIZEN ESTABLISHED 1872 NEW VOL VI CIMARRON,' COLFAX COUNTY. NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 24. 1914. NO. 51 CIMARRON HOLDS THE KEYS TO THE KINGDOM OF COLFAX" Colfax County Is Big Asset To State Contributes More To Maintain The State Than Any Other County; State Taxes $1 37,386. Assistant State Auditor A. J. Fisher on Monday .nade out the warrants for the 60 per cent back salaries that the state still owed its servants at the capitol. Mr. Fisher has just finished the compilation of the taxes that the taxpayers of the state contributed during the rst two fiscal years to the support of the state and its ac tivities. The total amounts to the handsome sum of 1,680,744.71 or about $5 for every man, woman and child in the state. Unfortu nately, the burden is not distribut ed so uniformly, for the number of taxpayers is only a small propor tion of the populatien of. the state. Colfax county is rated as the heaviest cnutributor to the state's exchequer, the ...

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. — 24 December 1914

CIMARRON NEWS. BERLIN REJOICES OVER BIG VICTORY Austrians and Germans Claim Greatest Success of War in Poland. GERMANS RAID BRITISH COAST Cruiser Fleet Shells Three Towns, Killing Many Parsons and Destroying Much Property Escapes In Fog. Summary cf Events. Berlin is celebrating the new from Poland of whut is termed "one of the greatest victorks in history.' Berlin i. .;, announces that the Russians have beofi nlearly beaten and that th-j Russia offensive agaiust Silesia and Pasen had been broken. A general retreat of the Russians in Poland, with the Gerinnns in pur suit, is reported. In contradistinction to this, the lat est official bulletin Issued at Petro grad declares that the Russian cavalry and vanguard troops "are chasing en ergetically the beaten Germans" In the direction of Mlawa. Both sides lay claim to the capture of prisoners, the Oermans to a very large number of them. American visitors, who, a few days ago, commented upon the nondisplay of flags, scarcely recognised th...

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. — 24 December 1914

CIMARRON NEWS. LATEST NEWS EPITOMIZED PROM TELEGRAPHIC REPORTE THAT COVER THE WEEK'S EVENTE. OF MOST INTEREST KEEPING THE READER POSTED ON MOST IMPORTANT CURRENT TOPICS. WMtra Newinapor Union Mowo Sonríe. ABOUT THE WAR. Daring the week ended Dec. 7, ninety-two BrlUih officers were killed In Prance, 153 were wounded and twen ty were reported mlsetng. British asserted Saturday that Teu ton claim of complete rout In Poland Is exaggerated, and the official Petro grad statement calls clashes nothing more than outpost affairs. A dispatch to the Rxchange Tele graph Company from Amsterdam says: "The Germans hare eracuatad Dlxmude, but the report that the allies have taken Hlddlekerke la untrue." A dispatch of the 20th from the Sluls, Netherlands, says: "Violent fighting continues on the Tser. The fleet's guns are playing havoc In the German ranks. Trains filled wltb wounded are entering Bruges." After some flares of excitement during last week, the situation in Europe has relapsed Into very...

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. — 24 December 1914

ihe Cimarron News and Citizen Published Every Thursday Kotered as Moond-clais matter Saptetnbar 3, lyio, at the posmfSce at Cimarrón N. M.. under the act of March j. 1870." THE CIMARR ALB. E. THE LEGISLATURE The New Mexico legislature for 1915 will start the legislative mill in motion on the 4th day of January next to place laws on the statute books that will benefit the masses, protect their property rights and their personal liberties. That the coming session of the legislature will be a strenuous one is by no means improbable, as the work is of such a nature that any member can be easily confus ed. The work of politics should not be considered. Messrs. Crampton, Taylor and Skidmore, who will occupy their respective seats in the assembly, as the repre sentatives of Colfax county, will do all in their power to bring about sane legislation, nd they can be relied upon to be trustworthy servants of the public and this county in particular. The News was an ardent supporter of the two 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 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cimarron news and Cimarron citizen. — 24 December 1914

USEFUL CHRISTMAS GIFTS 1 I j f 1 3kl BUN JlllilliPir Buy Sensible Presents KBSTfljMal altf H i I j MB LÍAIMWm u Our store is the place to buy good, sen- BiB fl 1 J 1? ratfBM i3iVr5 '7J ' j fhM se Christmas gifts. Don't throw your HHlMBHHMkflHl j KfcPiiypHr ll U lnWy money away by buying a lot of trivial things SC" ARD WARE m lMNCIiriIíPIII II ill that last on jy a day. Spend your money MrftV VTOO I By 1 ia fflFltil, wflLl or use stfk tnat will please those who Í NPS? Vi I I MJ&'wzJST mÍH?í 9k receive them; last a long time and wear I KOTHffi fcPjyfi well. When you buy goods at our store iT::5y ( K jSjgffijmffi Jíí yu nave the satisfaction of knowing that ÍP Ef hirlFfc f I 'y e good goods and that the price is 1 I I IP J IS no more than good goods are worth. jj fl LHW-" LETUSHOi O' I 10i YOUOUrX Ideal Xmas ! I 1847 Roger Bros. JENSIBLPC JT Gifts I Silverware TsáC Scissors In Holiday Boxes I M A rnMtSSV 65c to 1.00 Set Knives and Forks y.SO Alnnjffl VV Carving Sets 3.00 to 4.50 I ...

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. — 24 December 1914

CIMARRON NEWS. WE COMES UP SMILING Charles Sherman cojmCAT CHAPTER I. The Beauty Contest. "Yon have phlx on yer." said the Watermelon, with rare candor, "that would make a mangy pup unhappy " "I suppose you think yer Venua." sneered Jamea, a remark that he flat tared himself was rather "classy." The Watermelon sighed as one would over the Ignorance of a child. -No," aald he, "hardly." "Don't let that blooraln' modeaty of ye ra keep yer from telltn' the truth," adjured Jamea. The Watermelon wared the possi bility aaide with airy grace. "With all due modest j, Jamea," said he, "I 11 i claim to be a woman." "Not with that hay on yer mug," agreed Mike, oaatlng a sleepy eye up ward from where he lay In lazy con tent In the long, sweet graasea under the butternut tree. "When I was a kid, I took a prise In a beauty show," announced Jamea, with pardonable pride. "I was three, I remember, a cute little cusa. My hair was yellow and ma curled It you know bow all fuzzy and 1 had a little white ...

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. — 24 December 1914

Montan. caer, aat aaiatlataaMt, at SSUS VcctotOtav St Ytcc lotted NOW tar roar akriiclta. roa tnt jroui ttnüy. H It ttatt 1UI Uta bomt Ittajaanii Átk vour bhvalcUn. émtmmtM at tana fat Haw n:it4 TypheW' tcilltf of Trábela V teclee, rttuiu from uta. tad áaea-i r f net Tyuboid Cariieca. CIMARRON NEWS. TimeRoiWM lost in Modem te I k grandfather, did not give up S50 t'H'-li for the privilege ot spending New Year's eve In crowded restaur ants. Neither did they, at the stroke of twelve, put on cap of colored paper, ring cow bella, and throw con- ettl at itrangera. Tet we, who rldl- ule their traditions and superstitions, can And, It seems, no more satisfac tory way In which to speed the old I year and welcome the new. 4 Perhaps we might profitably follow their example. Certainly their way of waiting for the new year at home, or at the home ot their friends, with games and songs and domestic cheer, was less expensive than our way. Also It Is a matter for regret that the pleasant customs 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 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cimarron news and Cimarron citizen. — 24 December 1914

Real Christmas Bargains That Will Appeal 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 ell. Our goods are strictly fresh, that's the only kind wc sell in Tact. wwwwwffwwmwwwwwwmTnwwnwwwnwwwwHftwwnn Masons Fancy I 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 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, Jelly beans, reg. 20c now 1 8c Fancy ...

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. — 31 December 1914

CIMARRON NEWS. AND THE CIMARRON CITIZEN ESTABLISHED I872--NEW VOl CIMARRON. COLFAX COUNTY. NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 31. 1914. NO. 52 "CIMARRON HOLDS THE KEYS TO THE KINGDOM OF COLFAX" Sudan Grass Is A Boon To Farmer Thorough Test Made? Of New Hay Crop In Kansas; Brings Large Returns To Dry Farmers. (Victor H. Schoffelmeyer in South west Trail.) Sudan grass in a competitive test at Kansas Agricultural College Manhattan, during 1914 yielded seven and one half tons of hay an acre, compared with three tons of millet, 4-77 tons of kafir, 3-75 ton of cow pes s and 3.65 tons of soy beans. The rainfall was average and in central Kansas is about thirty-one inches a year. Three crops of Sudan grass were cut, all of nearly equal feeding value. The first crop in bulk almost doubled any of the two succeeding crops. There were about 300 acres of Sudan grass in Kansas this year and not a failure has been report ed, although the crop was grown under a wide variety of soil and climatic conditi...

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. — 31 December 1914

CIMARRON NEWS. LATEST NEWS EPITOMIZED MOM TELEQRAPHIC REPORTS THAT COVRR THI WICK'S VENTS. OF MOST INTEREST KEEPING THI READER POSTED ON MOST IMPORTANT CURRENT TOPICS. Wmtmm nwii Union ttmwu MtrrtM. ABOUT THI WAR. The Portuguese Chamber at Ll hon voted favoring pteparattnns for I'orlagal joining England in the war against Germany. Nearly 1,000 Auatrlan oíd lera are reported to hare been killed or In jured In a cotillion of two troop train near Kaliai. Russian Poland A Qernin aeroplane wan sighted Friday In London It wan flying very high from eaat to weal over Sheer nesa. nrttlah air craft went up in pur suit and engaged the euemy, who, after being hit three or four times, was driven off aeaward. - Neither the Auatro-Qerman often aive rations againat the Russians nor the alllea' attacka upon the (lor man linea In the weat raade any ap preciable progress the pant few days, although the fighting continued along the greater part of the two fronta with unabated Intensity, in both cases t...

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. — 31 December 1914

CIMARRON NEWS HE COMES UP SMILING harías Sherman SYNOPSIS. Thi Walaj-iiielon and Jam, twa !'"'!" bantertna; each other regarding in.-ir pentone.1 appearance, deetoe 14 rlrnn up, aoqolra new clotbaa and let their '-ompanlon. Mike, be th lodge na to which la tn better looking. Waier melon goes to a barber ahop. CHAPTER II. Continued. "Three, sixty," announced Harry In some trp.plda.tlon. lent he be flatly and promptly corrected. The barber reached for the Hp and added It on hla own account. "Three, elxty," he agreed, and sighed. "Count the caah," ordered the Wa termelon, and Harry counted, alowly. carefully, laborloualy, and the reat counted with him, more or leaa audi bly. When the laat coin had been count ed, there was a moment of puialed alienee. Tbe Watermelon broke It "Three, thirty-five." aald he "What did I tell youT" "Here," anapped the barber, "let me connt It," He puahed Harry aalde and again all counted aa the barber paused the coins. Quarters, dime, nickel and pennies, the...

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. — 31 December 1914

The Cimarrofi News and Citizen lobliehed Every. Thnrarlav Subscription a.oo per Year GE TELLS THRILLING RMAN OFFICER I nterert . taaiiat illSH. 'stall Si September j, 1910. ai the postoffice at Cimarron N. M.. andar the act of March 3. 1870." THE CIMARRON PUBLISHING. COMPANY. ALB. E. SCHROBDER. Owr AN APPRECIATION Cimarron is one of the prettiest towns in New Mexi co. It is called the city of homes, and certainly it justifies the name. There are many homes there that would do justice to Denver or Pueblo. Cimarron has a splendid newspaper, one that is a credit to this "eity of homes." Just at this time Cimarron is suffering from a business de pression, but the News keeps right on boosting with every ounce ot energy it possesses. If the town ever needed a good newspaper it is right now, and the News should re ceive twice the advertising support it now enjoys. Max well Mail. The publisher of the News is human even though he is often considered an ass, but nevertheless the above is full...

Publication Title: Cimarron News And Cimarron Citizen, The
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