The Cimarron News. (Boise City, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 3, 1911 Page: 3 of 4
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Nothing la saved by aelOahacM.
Courtesy alwuyn gives more than It
No nation la any greater or batter
than lte homes.
Rollrlon for the praise of men has
ma power with men.
People who m*ko trouble alwayf
talk of their trials.
Time fruits aro aot unwilling to bo
"bidden by the leavae.
The man who can be U ught alwnrs
thinks he cannot be caught by his
^he greatness of any occasion de
pcPfcds on thia man more than on the
No man Is good enough for heaven
rhosn goodness does not mako men
He rnnnot makn much of himself
/o thinks of making the most only
man Is bo lacking In eloquence
he cannot, speak the fine lan-
iage of kindness.
PesslmlHm Ib tho power of enter-
talnlnj? all tho acliea without eating
any of the apples.
Sidestepping a moral Issue Is evi-
dence not of Intellectual agility but
of moral obliquity.
The great difference between men
Is more likely to be In perspiration
than in Inspiration.
Tbnro may be more religion in curs-
ing as though you liked It than In
praying as though It hurt you.
Men will bother little over the
breadth of your opinions unless you
have, too, depth of convictions.—Chi-
Most of our mistakes are self-made.
Brings a man to the
Lota of fellows have gone broke
through a broker.
Many a man's eyes have been closed
•by too many eye-openers.
The trouble with the dead beat is
that he is generally very much alive.
Lots of things are too good to last,
•but the shoemaker isn't one of them.
It Is hard to invent some excuse
without infringing on some other fel-
To be shocked by the naked truth
Isn't always an indication of excessive
Before going into the chicken-rais-
ing business a man should know the
.lay of the land.
"We should never give up hope,"
remarked the Wise Guy. "No, even
the married man has a fighting
| chance," snickered the Simple Mug.
> Tommy—"Pop, everything moves
faster on a down grade, doesn't It?"
Tommy's Pop—"Yes, my son, espe-
cially a fast young man."—Philadel-
NEWEST NOTES OF SCIENCE.
The average hen will lay 400 eggs In
her lifetime, nearly half of them In
Jher third year.
By steeping corks in petroleum they
rendered impervious to acids or
Jfl'nited States produced antimony
$G22,046 In 1907 and imported
single manufacturing company
iced and sold over 75,000 electric
uns last year.
aes can be well preserved and
in good condition by being wiped
with milk or cream.
atent has been granted on a
er handle, recessed to carry a
punch and with a clamp on the
to prevent its Iosb.
'A French metallurgist has succeed-
in coating steel with copper by first
welding the metals together, then re-
leafing the two and putting them
lirough the ordinary rolls used in
teel mills. He has drawn the rods
thus formed down to wire as fine as
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Everything is growing since the
Everyone in busy cultivating
ami hoeing weeds.
Mrs. James Duffield ami son
have returned from Wichita, Kali-
ans. The brought a Hno baby boy
with them. He is four months old
and from the orphans' home. The
little man will certainly huve a fine
home with the Duffield family.
VV. J.Campbell and family Sun-
dayed at tho S. L. Trout home.
^ A large crowd at Sunday school
Sunday. Everybody seems to bo
Prof. II. L. Brown and family
took Sunday dinner at the H.N.
C K. Haverstick and family
visited at the Tatman home Sun-
J. C. Warren and wife helped
eat a fine dinner at tho Win. Helm
G. M. Wilson and wife have
pone to Kansas to visit with rela-
tives and possibly may locate some
C. M. Felkner went to Texhoma
Monday to play ball with that
Von ought to see Dad Lowery
plowing maize since the rain. He
is all smiles because crops are
Earnest Tatman was transacting
business at the county seat Mon-
Since the rain Wimbley & Co.
solicit a part of your blacksmithi-
In spite of the rain, there is
some one talking of leaving the
Fine weather for growing crops.
Most all crops are looking tine.
It is raining all around 2-8. But
we are living iu hopes of a good
general rain soon.
The Sunday school is progress-
ing nicely, 99 were in attendance
Prof. H. L. Blown is attending
normal at Boise City. Good for
H. L.. nothing like keeping posted.
Rev. Martin of the Free Meth-
odist eh urch preached at the Long
school house Sunday.
Rev. Bin us preached a fine ser-
mon Sunday evening.
R. W. and D. B fngleand fam-
ilies ate Sunday dinner at the G.
W. Lowery home.
Mrs. James Duffield and son J.
R have returned from Wichita,
Ivans., bringing home with them a
fine baby boy. The little man
will certainly have a fine home.
The Rev. Binns will preach the
1st Sunday at the Long school
C. M. Bull was at Sampsel one
day last week. When he goes
home he always goes south, must
be some attraction.
H. N. Clark, the florist, pre-
sented a tine vase of flowers at
church services Sunday.
Without a doubt Prof. Harvey
Wise will teach at the Long school
house the coming winter.
S. L. Trout and W. J. Camp-
bell made a trip to Texhoma this
week for coal aud goods for James
Some are still kicking the covin
try and Dad Lowery is still kick-
ing for the country.
M. W. and L. M Abbott and
son Charles have returned home
The rain that has fell in the
last two weeks is worth thousands
of dollars to the farmers.
J. E. and Bud Rhodes made a
business trip to Clayton Wednes-
day of last week,
James Turley and wife were
Clayton business callers last Tues-
Mrs. Geo. Gamgl was trading in
Clayton one day last week.
Mrs. Emma Barnes visited with
Wilaia Spring Suuday.
It is a good idea to hope for the best i Mr McCord is drilling a well
Jnd go whistling on the life road to the for James Edwards
C. F. Gibbins made a business
€ The rainbow is all right in its way.! tn" to Clayton Saturday.
Jut it's cold consolation to a fellow Bud Rhodes was in Clayton
who gets caught in a storm. j \j(MK|ay
The man who wants gold has to dig; James Turley and wife were
"for it, hut the trouble is some folks trading in Texline the last of the
®on't enjoy a pick and shovel. week.
^ Wisdom will not desert the world. I 'J- Johnson came to Clayton
Jrhe only trouble is we never find her . on the night train Saturday night
itil it is too late.—Atlanta Constitu and came out to the C. E. Pnrves
SOME GEORGIA NUGGETS.
homo Sunday, returning to Clayton
M rs. C. K. PorvHs visited friends
in Texline Saturday night.
A party of Claytonitea met with '
an accident with their auto Satur (
day night en route to Bertram!.
Tho result was that they hired C
F. Gibbins to deliver them on the
J. E, and Bud Rhodes were trad-
ing in Clayton Saturday.
Roy Thompson went to Strat-
ford Sunday after Mr. Griff
Miss Mary DeJarnett returned|(
home Monday from Kansas City
where she has been attending
school. Mrs. Bud Hell came out
here with her to visit.
G. A. Miller and family and
Mosc flartman and wife spent
Sunaay with S. N. Cay ton and
family at Sampsel.
Grace aud Kapha Haverstick
are taking music lessons from
Miss Beuna Cayton of Sampsel.
Mr. Crawford was in this com-
munity Friday afternoon.,
well we had a fine rain last week
and everybody were glml to see it.
Mrs. A. w. Campbell and family
spent the day with P. L. Ferguson
and family Suuday.
Mihs Lillie Size mo re is attending
tho Normal at Boise City.
Joseph Randall and wife were '
trading in Willowbar Tuesday. M
A. L. Byler is having a well put ['
Quite a few of the farmers have
done considerable planting since
tho big rains.
B. B. Chambers bought a small
bum and coal and chip buildings
and has moved them up on his
Dr. Long and mother were trad-
ing in Willowbar Tuesday.
Bryan J. Chambers was visiting
at Ralley the 4 part of the week.
Prof. A. E. Buck was a Boise
City caller Monday.
Crops are awfully good in our
neighborhood. Several people
that were going to hike this tall
have changed their minds and will
stay on their claims.
Mr Dixon of Dee had a close
call while on his way to church at
Willowbar Sunday. A till in the
road near the church gave way du-
ring the recent heavy rains and
while crossing the till one horse
crowded the other over too near
the edge and the bank gave way
and horses, buggy and all went over
board and had it not been for the
neighbors and citizens of Willow-
bar one horse would have drowned
as his head was held up out of the
water until he conld be unhitched
from the buggy.
Four autos passed through our
little burg Thursday afternoon.
They were equipped with spades
and shovels as though they might
be inspecting our soil,
Mr. Mofford and family took an
outing up on the Cimarron last
One of the hardest rains that has
fallen fell last Friday afternoon 2
and i? miles south of Willowbar.
Also Mr. Chamber's crop that was
promising tine was badly damaged
by hail and water got (i in. deep in
his bouse and cellars and the whole
prairie was a lake of water but no
rain ot Willowbar.
Some people get awfully mad if
you drive over their sod land to
avoid going through a lake that is
in our neighborhood road and cov-
ers several acres of land and four
feet deep but we must remember
that some people are so contrary
that they will stand and argue with
a guide post.
We are glad to hear from Bro
Roark through the News. If Mr
Roark had have remained here he
would have had a bumper crop as
he is a good fa mer and a hustler.
We wish him success where he is.
Scott Moore of Garlington pass
ed through Willowbar Sunday,
making his usual call at the Dixon
Mr. J. W. Peters of Boise City-
has been seen quiie often in our
neighborhood of late. We think
he has struck a pleasing trail in
our vicinity. Get your bells ready
boys, you will soon need them as
they are both wearing a very pleas-
ent set of smiles here of late.
S. E Shnmway and wife were
calling at the home of W.D. Jones
J. W. Peters and Miss Estella
Miller left Monday morning to at
tend the Baptist Conference, which
is in session at Goodwell, Okla.
Si Read this!
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It you are in the market for a ROW BINDER
lor your tall crop let me figure with you. It may
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Sometime ago I told you that I had received my
second .order ot Dry Goods. I am now writing
my third order tor summer goods. II you are not
buying your goods from me you had better get the
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H. C. CARLINCTON
Mrs. J. Eden is on the sick list
at this writing, but all hope she
J. R. Duffield and his mother. niay soon recover.
came home from Wichita, Kansas. I M , ,, ... , .
rn. i i.i l . i ' Mrs. Lydia Musolf spent, Satur-
They brought home an adopted . . ./ . . ... n 1 , u ,
Jn .iii day night with Miss Pearl Beal.
son five months old.
Elder Martyn preached to an at-
tentive housefull at the Long, Sun-
Earnest Tatman bought a farm
last week. We hear that he and
C. K. Haverstick are contemplat-
ing a trip to Florida this mo.nth
Mesdames Clark and Cavis ex-
pect to go to Wichita for a visit
about the same time.
ChasiAbbott was seen on his
old stamping ground Sunday eve-
ning. |le is to teach school in
Kansas'the coming season.
P. S. Rbinehm ts folks were en-
tertained at T A. Shaw's place
The planet Venus is easily visi-
ble after 1 p m. on clear days
now. Watch how quickly it swings
into line with the sun.
Jas. Klaverweiden and Jas. H.
Settles attended the Farmers' Un-
ion at Sunny Meadow.
Everett Pherigo came through
Midwell Saturday breaking a
Mrs. Tommy Huff and daughter
Marie spent Tuesday with Mrs.
M. R. Beal and son are quite
busy breaking young mules and
The Midwell people ure busy on
Sundaye learning new songs for
James Ramey was trading in
J, L. Wood planted cane for Mr.
Mrs. Caleb Titehenor came
home the first of the week.
John Mason was in town Wed-
Theo. Wood spent Stmday on
Bruce Wood was trading in
I). Ellsworth and sons, Rolla
and Timothy went, to Boise City
Everything is looking fine since
the rains: people ;ire busy in their
The people of this vicinity are
rejoicing over a good rain.
Mr. J. Henderson and family
spent Sunday with Mrs Tommy
Ollie Eden and R. S. Neccum
went to Texhoma. The latter wili
be gone for sometime.
Mr. wordie Oliver has returned
to his claim after a few months ab-
C. H. Beal seems to be going
into the cattle business as he has
purchased another calf.
FOR SALE— These places must
be sold, go and see them, then
maxe us an offer for warrenty deed
and good abstract to SW|j of Sec.
19, Twp. 4, N. K. 0 E. and the
NE} of Sec. 21, Twp. 4, N.';R. 7
E. If you want a bargain in land
investigate this at once and write
United States Investment Co.,
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Mr. Heppard having disposed
of his interest in the firm of Ed-
gar and Heupard renders it nec-
essary that all outstanding ac-
counts be adjusted. We would
appreciate those knowing them-
selves indebted to us calling and
making early settlement.
L. J. Edgar,
H. J. Heppard.
W. T. O'Neal has moved his
place of residence to the New-
kirk house on South Logan Ave ,
the house recently vacated by
the L- T. Belt family. He re
leased the front room to I. E.
Hilt and Walter Kennedy, who
intend opening up bachelors'
quarters therein soon.
Recently we mailed Governor
Cruce a few sample copies of this
wholesome weekly a'ld he became
so infatuated wnh it that he sent
in hi* subscription yesterday.
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