The Cimarron News. (Kenton, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 41, Ed. 1 Friday, May 17, 1901 Page: 1 of 4
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Kenton Beaver County, Oklahoma, Friday May 17, 1901.
♦HE CIMARRON NEWS
(HJBU8NED WEEKLY AT KEN-
TON, OKLAHOMA TEK.
L. A. WI ROFF.
Irisiiod Every Friday.
3udscription. One Year SI.25.
Advertising 50et* an liioli u month.
Locals 5ots a lino each Insertion.
I^egal advertising at the luwrul rate.
Professional cards |j.00 a year.
Announocmeiit of candidates for office
$5.00 without regard to leugtli of linn-
No. 41. „
Missouri don't want the water yet ill*
ridier for irrigating pui| o* « than tl.e
Colorado wator that Kama* wmita.
Entered In the Po«toffice at Kenton,
Oklahoma Territory, an Second Cla
Bclltorlal Coinmon 1-
Mayor Harrison of Now York wants
to be president of the United States.
Win. M. Jenkins our new governor
was sworn in Mouday. Win. Gritm-
Is the new secretary of the territory.
The war department Is having a gun
made that weighs 130 tons and throw s
a projectile weighing 2,370 ponnds 21
By the sinking of the steamer City of
j'aducah on the Mississippi river below
St. Louis, Sunday night, fifteen live*
Shorthorns appear to be the tucri*d.
ency in the southwest country this
spring. Heretofore Ifui -ford* have
been all the go. Cattlo finders chance
front as of ton ai other t*-ople. pnee
upon a time, but not in ti Is country—
Missouri, every fellow to i -in fa«u ion
owned a white bull, and n purely while
ralf was the pride of the herd. A wldie
calf now calls foilh all Hie olioioe Iris:,
adjectives in the raqchman's vocabulary
Cattle are now doing tine on the new
gravs—dying from the poison weed h:
ceased and the fnturo look* ro^ata for |
It is understood Hiat the normal in-
stitute for Beaver county will lie held
In July this year. Ti* .1 .no pnjod
would have been selected 1 u| for the
reason that Mr Flmd's term of otllee
expire* July ), and as tlie June institute
season, which is regulated by the Terri-
torial board oT education, cuds about
the middle of July, tlio change in the
office would be an Inconvenient time
and heqoe the postponement of the In-
stitute by Mr. Floyd till his successor,
Mis# Kagay takes otMrge of tiio otB.-e.
WILLIAM J. BRYAN,
Editor and Proprietor,
Lh- oln, N>l,
A fcw years ago gasoline was eon-
•birred an evil and dangerous rpirit
Still It is Hcknowodged as unsafe If
oarlesnly and Ignorantly handled. U«,i , „,,,Kiy lo ,.;i
such safeguards are now used on tin '"I M X 'JRQJsf "N'l'jVp, mid
best gasoiinu lamps as to make tl.ein '1 ■ *"1 ■ '■"*
as easily cared for as kerosene lan.p^
Insurants* companies issue |ierimts grat-
is for the use of the Union lias Lamp,
than which there is probably no ohcup.
or and brighter means of lighting. A
million dollars a night is burned tig
this country. We are certainly Jusiiiletl
in looking for the be* sou roc of art ill
cial ligiit. Sec advertisement of Union
Gas Lamp Co. in another column
Published wet kly
ra ska, $1 .00 pt r j>eu
Wo have m\J. nrr jom.->nn with
ti.K ...t Weekly to (U ■ ; wjM, ,|
furnish ti# fwo p:ii i ....
The Commoner employs no traveling
agents, uor -uivasaei.. (jt.t ,,
or take advantage of our liberal oflei.
L. A. WiKtvrK. Pirti. The Cimarron
Mows, Kenton O.T-
C. H. JUDKINS.
uti unit Sttrgeon.
Wo are selling lot* 0f «n!dk-s. «• mho
aim c r>nr ,n. and yet pilre.
Cii \ irron Supply t ',>
Send T! o Cimarron
friends In the ea*>t.
Sir Thomas Lipton's new Shamrock,
| ullt to carry off the American cup, ha
peon beaten in a trial race with tlio ol.l
Mrs. Nation says Toiieka is a good
christian tow u unrt she is going to make
a better one of it. She thinks Wichita
I? a nasty place.
W*t'! street was panicky last week
wifhout any good excuse for being so.
Many speculators were ruined by tin
Mrs. Nation was on trial Tuesday,
i|i Topcka, for smashing a saloon. Her
aMprney tried to proove her insaue.
8he acts qftuer, to say the least.
Mrs. McKinley is so sick in Sau Fran-
cisco as to occasion talk of the president
giving up his norUiwestern trip and
returning direct to Washington.
Tlio Younger brothers are not soueai
out of the penitentiary as they thought
by the now laws jessed In their favor
The best place for these outlaws is be-
hind the bars.
A mechanic* strike lias been order .1
10 take oflVct in the east the 20th insi
President Ooapers of ti,e American
Federation or Labor is trying to reach
an agreement with the employers.
Roal estate Is .haii^in^ hinds down
about Beaumont Texas at the rate o:
17,000,000 per week. They belluvothai
011 to bo a good thing ami can get up
more excitement than a rich mining
C. k G. Merrlam the publishers or
Webster's dictionary hare leased the
business for a period of ten years to n
Chicago man who will put out the big
dictionary at the radu.-od price of 15 ,V)
From their ,earnings the Merriams
have given to charitable Institutions 8
millions of dollars.
Dr. C. F. Winters of Bclcvue Hof.
pltal and College, New York City,
Spoke here Sunday, morning and even-
ing, amPagain Wednesday evening, to
large and appreciative audiences. His
lectures tako the turn of sermons, anil
in addition to the beautiful language
he usfa the sentiment is plainly and
forcibly express. His gift of inter-
spcrsing and relating descriptive and
apt anecdotes, illustrating points in
the subject matter, lend hi 111 power as
a pleasing speaker, and enables Idm to
reach people that he otherwise could
not impress. Ill"' teinpcrance tall. Sun-
day evening was worthy of a Gough.
lie spared no one in l is scathing and
sweeping arraignment of those who, in
the least, directly or Indirectly aid the
saloon or advocate the use of spirits.
Being infidciic at one time but now a
converted man, he e8|iedally strike-
hard at the unbeliever and knock* !,j8
sandy foundation from under him,
citing many tliiug* that should lead him
into the belief of a Creator, and urging
all to accept Christ as their Savior. He
Would make u good evangelist. His
exhortations are strong and convincing.
There is nothing narrow In his views,
and the people of the Cimarron 'istened
to and learned of hi in eagerly. Dr.
Winters left a lasting impression with
most of his hoarers, and as lie takes up
hlk duties in the hospual, after the 22d
Inst and procrud* with his work, lie
can rest assured that Ids labors here
will go on ami bring forth fruit. He
went from here to Clayton yesterday,
and from there will go home.
Monday evening a heavy hail storm
| visited a section of t'ie wintry Irom
15 miles up lite Ciinmar.m and Uarel-
l /.oso, and ten miles north to a milo or
two of K. n on. Win. White and Ale*
McKinzio with others had their alfa'la
beat down till it will result In the lo-s
or one cutting. The tirst cutting would
have b's-n ro.iiincn."d noxt w. tk.
Othercropsaud fruit suffered. Window
lights were brok'ii in 411m . resident* ■«
North Carrlso was o it o. its bmks tnd
the vega« o1' the Cimarron itor a u ,od
overflow from the heavy ruin.
A Urfnl Kmlrry Ufft-r l lr«n I ,oiaa
I he Mills.
The great maxim, "Tlio proof oj the
Pudding Is in the Eating." aj plies as
well to the wearing qualities of our
hosiery. Once worn and you will
wear them always. An oxeeptiona)
trial offer that every reader of this
paper should take advantage of and
test the remarkable .wearing qualities
and superior finish 011 our high grade
hosiery. We will on receipt of 25cents
iu silver, and tho^ame of local dealer,
send direct to you rrom the mills,
postage paib, four pair of our finest
high gtadc latest stylo Empire brand
ladies' or children's hose, or men's Irilf
howe, In black, tan, white or the fash-
ionable fancy solid colors, or the Infest
combiuation silk embroidered polku
dots, electric stfipcB, or silk clocking on
side, in fancy open work, plain or diop
stitch style, in frenoh Lisle thread,
balbnggan. silk finish moco, or cash-
mere, with rnil finish elastic top and
ami our patent rcinroroed silk and linen
knu a 'umloss, double sole, ttie and high
spliced double heel. They save darning
and are guaranteed to give throe time
tlie wear of any other hosiery. The
same in children's with elastic top,
double knee, sole, heel and toe, plain or
ribbed, fine, medium or heavy quality,
guaranteed fast color, ,-in.l wurrantetl
not to crock. The retail value or those
hose is 25 cents per dair. We will not
send more than four pair or each ladies ;
or children's to one iterson. A trial I
wear of these will convince you of then
merits. For oOeents post paid, wo will j
send, one trial pair or our ladies' line
ilk hose, in shades of pink, gold, white
black, blue, cardinal or lavender. Ti
Is a special trial offer. If you are not
satisfied with them arter Trial wear
we will rerutid your money. IT jon
are pleased with tl.ein and want' moie
Insist on your local dealer procuring
thein Tor you, ami insist on him getting
our Empire brand hosiery. Writ,,
to-day, mentioning this paper, as this
offer is limited. A Isautiful little book-
let, telling how our hosiery is made,
mailed free to jou on request. Addre
EMPIRE KNITTING MILLS,
106 and 108 Fulion .St., New York C.tv
is haoc ey
.MM 5 COMPANY
APF.S T WCrifMAjtsHRI
A. C. EDDY, Kenton, Okla,
Maker of the-
The Best Saddle ,-lu'
Fir*.! flui <tn<l<ile« nt UfM««ab|«
Send Tor cntaloirue.
It. T. FRAZIER, Pueblo. Colorado
'New Rival, Leader"Repeat
I TT Y "*
Factory Loaded Shotgun Shells.
"New Rival" loaded wl;!. Black powders. "Leader"
and "Repeater" loaded with Smokelc -powders. Insist
upon having them, take no ethers, aftl \ou will gel the
best shells that money can buy
ALL DEALERS KESPTMEM.
" lONARCH RlCVCLCS I
- i -* HMMnmuMr.-RHBw
The S. G. Sallup Saddlery G«.
Wlicn you noetl u«y
,Y<ii ijn hlanktis,
I.'h iit ]to; etc
Seud ror,.our Twentieth
Century Catal <gue, or order rroyj
The Cimarron Sup*
II you can be satisfied u . ti
DEFIANCE—$75, $60, $50. $10 ' t
n riw tf ■ iiuffM.
MOdAHCH CY CLfi MFG. CO., chlCAiiO, n i
S3 Haute Slr««i ift .ortK In , rjnl Streti, SAN fRA\r. ,00
ilnc cheaper, the ' e,t lower-priced
The Territorial Mnnnol.
Fall term: Se|>teniber 3rd. I) tvm-
Winter term: January 2nd-Marelt
Spring term: Maivh 2'tl.Nlime 14.
Sjn-elal ivview collide ror leaHieio
from winter srhooU, April 8r, to June
*t. euibiiiei>« all aubjeets rt .juiivd roi
ounty e-rtlJc U)«, oil In add li. n,
Music, Di ,w t>u, Oratory, liiI I'liv* ,-.,
Excelkn: t.ll -;in • Five Tuition
j Strong Faculty; iM| itoar I. \,;,li
the pfjEsii>i:n r,
Edmond, • >kla
Colorado l« trying to juevent Kansn
rrom tlllny n muII In tlie United Viatel
eourt to rone tlio ronner to let tuc
water no l y. Khimm want^ water and
I* ready to aue Tor It, l ut |>oHnew<<ion i
nine | oilit« In law. Colorado Imin tlie
water and tlie itltrlio md -onteliow tim
water will Bot Into tlie dit I.e. rvrti \r
RaiiMH* (rain* Ik i ami. Over In Ml^ourl
and (IllnoU a Milt In ladnx Hied to pre.
ent Illinois emptying the l l^ drain.me
mn«i Into tin Mi"xl<«|ppi rlv. i
Tlie board or hiaeliera' ekani'iier-
l.8« i.iiH-ed upon the grade* or Mm a p.
pllennti wlio took tlie ivoeiit teaeli' i^,
oxikiuiuatiun Tin* t'oilowin^ named
|Wison« iiivlVed nurtltleatua:
Flrat grade—lluth Q • In ton an I
Mia* Marali ItngMer, Kenton
8«'eond grade—Oto. McElwaiu ate l
Etlwl Tliniii|Mon, Kenton; A. T. Ilodie.
Tblrtl grade denny (J ilun, Ik-avn
H aver Herald.
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I'he Kansas City Star,
Hy mail, po«tago prepaid, dally
(Sunday, 1 year . f
Br mall, |MMtagn prepaid, dally
Sunday, >U montli*
Ofte.-e Clasiiooi. Soionilflc. Modlcal. Normal and Llocttva
Coursue. inciudtnrf Mu lc.
3oth ff-*ea ndr iittod on eoval terms. Tu tlwi.. 'r.R'Vuniof Cii
frae i to non-realJtnts, nomlnril.
Th« Faculty cona'a'3 of
TWENTY-ONE ABLL SPECIALISTS.
Lnborntorloa WbD aaulpr>«Ut Exceller: t i;jr •.-•/. riourinr. Li'
TWO HUNDHED DOLLARS
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