The Cimarron News. (Boise City, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 11, 1912 Page: 3 of 4
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
Dr. D. P. Long
Physician & Surgeon
All csiIh answered promptly
day or ninlit.
BW>« Sec. 9, Twp. 8 Kk«'. i milo RW. of
DR. C. K. HAVELV
Probate Judge .... M. w. fugn \ W WW IWMiW W>i /
Attorney A. W. Butta 2-8 ItClllS
Clerk Diet. Court and i>x-
officio Regintcrof Deeds, R. A. Owens] rPh * cold woiither Btill continues
County Clerk . . . 15. B. McMahon • hut it's wnrtnititf up some today
Sheriff S. T. Smith j (Wednesday).
Treasurer ,,J- A- E,M L. •! Felknnr made a trip to
Surveyor II. K. Ihomjwon T«xliomn last Friday for coal it lid
Supt. of School* . . Walter Kennedy Hour for Victor Fuller.
j J. L. Allen, 1st Dir.i
J i.' a un><t..r •>.!.) •• Prof. ITarvey Wise went to tii *
I railroad for coal. Said ho froze
S. Ij. Trout hauled freight lot
L.* .1 Richard and Duttiuld last
A P. SANFORD. Prop.
Carry Full Line of Magazines
8ll the ti mo.
F. M. M'KINNEY
just1ceof the peace
AND NOTARY PUBLIC
BOIHK city OKLAHOMA
Jaek B. IlarriB J. E. Bwalis
- HARRIS * BRE6LIN
Special Attention given Land PratlUe
GUYMON, - - OKLAHOMA.
rill sell barneiui cheaper
n every catalog house In
country. QtJ«l.m Cu*-
la.mi-tiicn. Boots urn shoo*
I in arte and repuircwi
I Texhoma. Oklahoma.
Cominitwioners J. 1''. A. Soutnr, '2nd "
| Frank Cuvis, 3d "
0. Marshall, Representative
J, 11. Langston, State Senator
R, 11. Loofbourrow, District Judge
Dick T. Morgan, Congressman 2nd Dint.
Four regular terms of County Court
commencing on ihe tlrst Monday in Jan-
uary, April, July and October of each
The writer has been informed
that Dad Lowery was culled to
year. Court shall continue in session Boise City Monday us a .Jury Coui-
rto long as the businotm shall require.
Court always open for transaction of
Effect of Weather.
The effect of the weather upon crya-
tallUation is certain. "When It la dry
(he crystals are large and well de-
fined; when It raiita or there is a damp
wind the aalt crystallites In fine
grains; or again, rain wlkl atop the
•rystalllzatlon entirely or retard It for
joany daya. Uvea after cryataWUatlon
baa taken place In lumps aa large as
hazelnuts a damp wind or a rain will
l 4ti«e the -whole mass to • t: e gran
It Is vUua&d In the
'^bvartaenbergplatK. Underneath the
fountain, In a huge cemented-chamber,
are placed 27 reflecting lamps, capable
of producing several different lumin-
ous and colored effects. The light is
transmitted through the waters of the
fountain. The light jiower of the plant
is estimated as &jiial to f fiO.OCO^QDO
'—I have the aftoncy for the Consolidated
Marhle A VliillngCo.andean furnish au>
and everything for the ce hietery. Le t
me itRure with you. ISAAC
R. E. CASSADAY
PHONE ME AT
i, . HILL, Prop.
Best \l. orttmanahlp-en All Tonaos-lul Work
Kazo. s and Shear* (-iruuud. Firs'
door ,-i.iiib of ti rait Btvre.
Have your deeds,
mortgages, leases, etc.
drawn by a competent
XTn+ai-tr Wliitako* are costly
rNUUliy. and caueo trouble.
CHAS. J. MAPGO.
Court House Btiso City.
The Way to His Heart.
The Woman's Home Companion haa
been collecting the favorite recipes
of husbands. The results show that
of all disbes American men like best
of all strawberry shortcake and
Out of the Ginger lar
How much can the pullet?
The tomato can but will it?
The man with his all invested
in mi.dnir s'.ocks is seldom in n
position to re.-.fc on his ore.
Many a woman sits up lute in
the nights b-fore Christmas en-
g,ig"d in melting a hem fur a him.
Tu> often !! o profits of farm-
ing u f" l ss in evidence than the
prop'H-ts of r.i'-ming; more's the
pit \ !
]'_ HlWred. the main busi
ness of life is m.iUintr money, it
is anit^injr -e number of people
v,]).- full at it.
The f.firtnrrs of this mmrtry
are last H'.:!li)^ the conviction
tlni-i ti.ie jjH'c ls post w a f^ooa
il to tivh 'o
The bst-ich is only womlarily
r HiK-n i Ic for the bitr mi hnevy
I tUv* rut part, with its
Jt ifs ' pi-.ort'd that in d'ntip s ;c-
• Uxi-r-hv't.-" tiui«-f r the robins n^s-
t*i.i rtl. -
^ll p;ives mc great pleasure |s>
.'f/l.'ie to refer to Dr. Miles
ft; I'ain Pill3 as the best rerfl-
have yet hf.<l in our
i.t the preveivuitju and
< ! it.: ul'srhe. bh x. ifoiyho
iwjn a eoosuiiU su Tercr for
jy of- y.-.ars v/ith above
i <hit jr.iiis we hi the hope
>!>f-y may i>*>\ Httt> the hands
' Watervieit, Me.
Vi-;cd Them Four V ara.
"i);\ Miles' Anti-I'iiin Pills
-arp v- i- best I ever tried for ihe
rffl*1!' of Headache. *1 have used
tfafcib for nearly four years and
tJa^- never fr.il to give ine relief.
I hcive tried many other renv-
«die.s. but have never found any
Sjd Trombly Av., Detroit, Mich.
Sliere is no remedy that will '
mcfre quickly relieve any form |
of headache than
E^. MUoa' Anti-Pain Pills.
^ie best feature of this rc-
«n?miable remedy is the fact that
itfloes not derange the stomach j
ed|eave any disagreeable after- J
f jAiqgists everywhere sell them. If 1
.<Jt package f.-Jfs to benefit, your drufl-
"*1 ruiitrn vmii* mort^V'
j 3n j. rib. r .to i'e-
J.i- cf Ifviuf
i'l:t-tr cf Bids toafTi iculturo.
is ; v-• r t. worm whieh' vol
> • cut- the farmer's corn
lir i- rusd.v to do it
t,ya man «;b.ithinks
yi-'-vbr-ff ::.«t il); iv-edirtb"' .V
. to ^ooderit.^
•• UrJ r.'t tljc; >^i.-t « f tt;
liev. C. E. Binns is visiting iti
and near Sampsel. He thinks we
are having some mighty cold wea-
No Sunday Sehool and prayer
meeting has been suspended dur-
ing the cold weather. Every one
will be glad when we esn assemble
D. B, Joule has returned from
work in Texas. Glad t« see D. B.
baek us he has a smile for every-
Uncle Ike Wiinbley says, "Gee
but this is a winter for your whis
kers, especially hauling water."
Mrs. K. W. Ingle thinks we
ought to have a moving van, go
south in winter and back in sum-
Mrs. C. K. Haverstiek and
daughter visited.at the L. J. Folk-
ner home one day last week.
Say, when this snow melts off
and goes into this old dry earth, it
ought to make every *4Nester" re-
joice anri be exceedingly glad, and
l-aelrand everv one ought lo thank
the goal Lord for allot his merci'es.
Every one in 'this ueck-o-the
woods are'gjad to get the News as
it Beems like a letter fiom home.
H. N. Clark has returned from'
his trip to Missouri but the writer
hasn't as yet seen him, but we
trust he didn't find anything bet-
ter than he has here.
How does your coal pile look af
ter the cold spell, all in eh?
H. C. Garlington is some better
at this writing.
S. F. Moore and wife of Doby
spent a few days with Scott's par-
ents last week.
N C. Smith. D. R. Chaff'm, El-
lis Foreman and Granville '$trini_r-
fellow went to llie railroad l:t*t
week It took (5 days to make the
George Crawford came in Fri-
day lo take up hie home on his
claim eu .t of here.
H .7 Jones P L. Fergueon «nd
R. A. Thompson «eiv at the coun-
ty's oapitoi Friday.
VV. D. Sanders, P' Alexander,
John Davidson, -f. A. Sizeinore,
VV, H. Williams, D. V. Gleaves
VV. H Jones wero all at the rail-
road since the snow.
C. A. Parker attended court at
Boise City last week.
W. S. Wotnbuugh has purchas-
.d u wew team. Says he is going
to farm a few nest year.
ltoy Truax arxl C. A. Fellows
went to Texhoma la.«t week.
r, Morgan of Mitchell, til., ar-
rv tvj ket for a visit with
I'M. C. Bsw'tti and Lnuily. He e«ys
; i .- bine the Icoks of ('icaarrou
j i.."Wvly at d aa y io-yite lure hit-er
j KH*r I
' W !;i- -• ,U-
down to tlce j
bis horiov.vd «u '
IdiJ- the other
:ii^-mg b m"
it ie Fiats
Wr hftve been snowed m for al-
iW>t UtVvrt* W(H'ks
C f ieribhias made a hueiuee*
t, ti v«L) vu C>a*'<aa >p Ujni tv.
K. M- Dold Wns trading in Clar-
. • i,tst a.v: ys whi-t
'• ben Jdhirt-'i;« t
• i ll the : . iuc.t:-ov
. •-- t-. " .wba-ti-oa-iv i-v 11«« n#Ur«iay.
t he must clean bis j j ^ Kh'-'es m^de a trip to
! bUviou Tueeday of this week.
j ^ r8 lijtrnes spent Clirint-
m. iwith her daughter Wiilaja
' p ing.
l\rK* ie 5' *jc^ this week. Too
!j.vcb'euiiw fur news.
of ?« u*blo and inter
fl&<f accurtte p«rtlcui&r of tbc
of €odct9J>9. the election!, conout
«port«ma, reciprtxilXy. the Panama
cwps. increase in prices of «tapl«
of iiring, aerial schiercmenls.
d disasters, sc+entiftc discoveries, explor-
iBBOvations of 1911. wars, international
and other great bi9turhal events
rf tbe tailed .States. tnrressinK popuia
wealth of eountries. State and rnuat 1
Conjr.easioual records. liMrttcg records
Mghts and mtasuieh. wea ker fo.-eca*#
and scboo4a. religious t>rdery iodki>
aooimerce. railr .rsd', -hlypiLg. dehu '
Annies and nsr!es of the w.>. :d. baakUg
taxes, ttucranee. TWlitraJ partiw, ecrrf
eo^aiies, cKxbe. UlrfKs. marr-aee-i cm>nce auJ
deaths, woman suffrage and
10.000 Other Facta anil f igure ( t lo Orttr
of trery day interest tnd eaJue to e^rybody
Wo merchant, farmer tatwrer, t)-i<in«ss mail,
bodlewile or business woman, achoo; ho;. /,r arbool
feftl ebould be witbout a copy uf the p. ia5!e 1912
f^ference rotume of uae<ul iofonn.Ti Pri e
26c. iWest o! Buffalo and Pittsburg ,lt>
mgii. Otic. Add res? The New Yoi 'Vir'd N-
i 1 itua. Sf.ir.n_t atid two children
!s^':ut Sunday wiiii her mother,
j ftirs. Euutia Ber M'i«.
I This weather makes ns think oi
j good "oid Mitaouri.''
The War Game.
War is an extremely simple game.
A number of anned men are sicked
upon another body of armed men, and
they eaaaee ta the highly exciting and
dixurtlag sport oof maiming and elay-
iug <sne oaotber. The contestant which
tiun elauiihter the most eombatantB
iir.d starve the most non-combatants
ir, adjudged the winner. Simple, 1b It I
New goods have arrived
keeping my stock up regarless of
cold weather and you will not
be disappointed when you come,
for the goods are here—being
hauled out in sleds.
Prices are a little higher this
weeK on Flou.
A few prices
/-> rr I can sell you a Peaberry Coffee that is absolutely guaranteed to be as good as
Notice any coffee ycu can buy at any price, at per pound -----
Coal oil, 5 gallons
Granulated cans sugar, 13 pounds -
Jewell Compound Lard, per 501b. can
Choice Breakfast Bacon, per pcund
Premium Hams, per pound
Cotton bats, 1-2 rolls, 3 for -
/I E IN
SEWING MACHINE, high arm,
automatic lift, ball bearings, full
set of attachments - $20.00
Good second hand machine, as
o, d as new, foi - - $10.00
Fortify yourself against winter's
dangerous ills! Cold weather always
brings more sickness than any other
season. The Doctor is a very busy
man in the wintertime. It is abso-
lutely important that you get your
system in a healthy condition before
winter begins, so that your stomach,
liver and bowels are'in perfect work-
If you find you are troubled with
liver stomach or-bowel ailments, take
a few doses 'of MAYR'S Menicine
and you will feel like your whole
system is Ball Bearing.
Lo not delay ior dela\ s are danger
cus. If you are not feeling just right
see me at once.
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
The Cimarron News. (Boise City, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 11, 1912, newspaper, January 11, 1912; Boise City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc233822/m1/3/: accessed April 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.