The Cimarron News. (Kenton, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 43, Ed. 1 Friday, June 2, 1899 Page: 4 of 4
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The Cimarron New.
X. J. Bmiua, waiting fur tbe i4
circle cattle eompur, w « in KcnUm
yesterday « liupch of how* oo
hi* way to the CrqM L mnch to woik
with fl«e rot«r,d«pt which to mrttof 10
work. Rive wagons Mito week
from the Pfefcat «jrr*J, 40 mito* bslow
#upt. of SriiQ
fred C. Tracy.
T- I- Floyd.
(J. M, Gardner
S. A. Prelum
Commissioners, J. f. Dunlap, 1st DUt
S, P. McCord, td
J. L- Steele. 3d
The New* mtrta out as a six coiura
folio, but it* i*s will be Increased
A* necee i|y requires, If it to to miicb
#r • WCOM U to demand M eight
columa quarto, au eight column quarto
will be issued. We ask everyone to
lend a* their support. Subscribe and
•end Tkk Xawa to your friend* in the
uel a maw** a po We, aot coif sa 1 Sea owr efts of the U Sloe* la-
the totim acl part uses hut op ait tin]****1** with the News,
naoorqpyd Wnd in tin-Irrrttgry earned,
Buxi-«To Mr. aad Mr*. Qeovge G.
Grahair, on (he wonting of June 14.,
Will Baker of Gallieaas, danced with
the Kentonik* Friday night.
Andy Ca|*asky represented Pat Out
am, Friday night at the dance.
Ola Staley to spending the week with
Palmer Kddy and Uona Jones.
Will Lumpktas and family am wait
fug friend* in folsom, thto week.
Job* Htea*d lifts gone up tlie river
it mitoa to stsck liay for Hilly While.
Mr« Smith Alk-n killed two grey
wolves in her yard, Monday, with a
Rawhnvii arc beginning to ooroc to
town after repair* to their mowers and
If ra. Lambert with Iter children went
(o Clay tan tbe latter part of last week
la get work.
John Carter aad John Tharp hare
taken their cattle out on the fiat* north
to better graei.
Osborn and Dee ring mo wots and
take*, and a stock of repairs for same
at A. W. Ta*krb k Co'a.
J. J. Ballard spent Saturday after-
noon In the live town of Kenton, and
held services at Mexico, Sunday.
Borx—Last Saturday, to Mr. and
lln. John Skelley, of Mineral, a son.
May he grow up to be a blessing to tlie
Cliester Bruner came up from his
place 15 miles below here Sunday after
a I torse that be wanted to sell to some
person from Liberal.
Hay harvest ha* commenced lu cain-
ert In the valley. A. A. Wilt t Son
began cutting alfalfa, Tuesday, and
Billy White opened hay cutting Wed-
George Smart matle a short visit
home last week, returning to Magda-
lena New Mexico, Saturday. He came
up to Springer with 500 bead of cattle
for the Ann he works for.
William Bethel of Boonville, Indiana
a cousin or C. G. Cklland, arrived in
valley a few days since, and will «|tend
the summer with Use Ulclland*. for U e
benefit of his health. He is suffering
with lung trouble.
Recollect we are agent foi the McCor-
inlck machines and will soon have a
sample on Itand. Also will liare a full
line of repair*. If you want tl c best
machine made buy a McCormlck.
ClMAKROH SUITLT Co
T C. Ma-on of tlie picture enlarging
firm was in Kenton yesterday on his
way to tlw Purgatolre river after his
wife and babe. He says Hogle and
Mc Farland are working up tlte Cana-
dian and will go south oo Ute creek
while Evans is off east.
Crlt Allen and JoJui Shawhan were
in town trading, Wednesday. Mr.
Alton was complaining of a «hoita*e of
graaa and says lie will liave to take hi*
*ttto out to bettor picking, and will
probably go north with tliem to the
neighborhood of Springfield.
Vn. Wlille came to towa Sunday to
get some supplies to bay on. He says
be to still feeding part of his cattle si
falfa hay. The lieavy rain lie got last
week fell *o rapidly tlmt It did not w«4
the ground more than three Indies ami
will aot do his pasture muck food-
Disk Thorp m4 Oer* Collins are
from a «x weefca pplf bun|. They
cared 41 gpey wolf soslps, seveq bring
old wolve*. They done tqost of their
bunting in Smith otfujn. Uncle Dave
telto of a party who capture) a den of
wolves mnjer the mule astute hi tlie
•tock yards at Ifu A"'"!*«• Tills tan
be taken with a g«*l* or cjutnto.
Jim Piles began wqrk Monday morn-
ing on an an additional room to Mn.
Hubbard's store room to upper Kenton
Tlie room will be built alongside of tl e
present mom. on tbe north, and will be
ready for ojenptfloy early in the fall,
by Phil Den Ha, with a stock of grocer
to*. He will oocupy tlie old room to
few days with dry goods,
Sam Pawley luu returned from IJ
Animas, where | took some yearling*
a few days ago. ne «av* tlie gra
better over on tlie Arkansas than liere.
He lias arranged with Beroa North
Garrett, to have 300 or 400 oow. and
calve* pastured. Mr. North went up
Wednesday to bring the oows down
Mr. Pawley was in this section Wed-
nesday arranging to sltear hi* «lwrp
He will take his flock over au South
Carriso to hev-
Geo. Hubbard was around Tuesday
asking difierent parties for a receipt
get a chicken snake out of his well.
Everybody seemed willing and ready
to aid him with a plan, most of tliem
ridiculous ones. Ti e wake accidentally
fell to and lodged on the curbing bo-
fore reaching tlie water. When askeJ
If it was a big one, George said "It
looks to roe llko it reached clear round
the curbing." So if the well to four
feet to diameter the wake will measure
up pretty well.
Mr. Mulligan's boy, who lives In
tlie head of Koad Canon, was assaulted
and his pockets gone through, Wednes-
day morning. Tbe boy was hunting
horses and rode up to a Mexicau to
make some Inquiry, but to hi question
he made no answer, but got down from
his horse, gathered a big rock and hit
tlie boy in the faop, then pulled him
form his horse and went through hi*
pockets. Tlie boy Is not badly Injured.
Tlie Mexican was tall, spare built, about
25 year* of age and was riding a black
Tlie dance Friday night was a glow-
ing success till about i a. ra. Tlie mu-
sic was considerably colored but of an
sxocilent order, furnislieJ by a Clayton
string band. There was an unusually
good attendance, and the music being
good, the participants In tlie dances
were having a fine time. Supper was
served from 12 to 2 and consisted of
oysters a la stew- A little misunder-
standing arose about 2 o'clock between
come of tlie boy and tlie ball closed
Informally, with Interjections an<l ex-
down tbe river have received U* fo%
lowing notice by malh
Kaxsi* Cm, MAT l|. , —
. . , , I For U« !x< | 5 teu ) | ««4 8 W
aw informed jon we gjaitog «ttle v E « 8« « T . 4. X. *. * E. c. *.
on my toad, and Iwve some part of wTTev
fenced to- Cattlemen have no moiv L t se 4 s« j x. r.s. e.C.m.
n,MUfu, sock « op«
land and una up tlie product of the land I«(, u t. n*.-
than they Uye tq enter and out and tar-1 oSC, OkU. T«r.
ry off timber f Mia unfenoed land, or
coal, or none or other produa. My
cham of title U tU of record at Beaver.
Now you muse pay qie w much per
acre, wy 3 or 3 1-fc ocnts for use of bad
The C. S. doe* not own tbe land. 1
own by an elder and paramount jtitle,
aad even if you choose to *ay Govt, did
have claim tl en you would not be as
well off, for you roust pay or vacate.
VOf 143K FQk SCfitlCATIOX,
Witoy k Wttklns who live 40 mile*
< •kUlfAi Tcstiwry. «o J*'r * * . rU:
FRAXK gn g'iEOS H.B. *•. Wf
<j«orc« gssmI of lisrreit
ra/flrtX.BrsMr of " '*
Chetttr Brniier af "
Wits«<*«« for willi® g^ric^a:
Charter MtntiM- ®f OkU, Ter.
litorgt <>«••! of lisrrett.
Hsrr r«<. WiUooqf "
Cfcwtcr JJranti of 51 "
f. il, us*l . k««Uur.
A. W. TANNER,
Fioairf sUeatioo siren to ranainx liaei for
If you wish to remain and have no dis-1 «ai«r*, s 4 l«e tiac im *tiB« diubec.
turbanccorsuits,! suggest vou lease! «"I—
from mc at once. I care nothing about
what uninformed people may wy or
talk, it all cuts 110 toe with roc. I know
my position. Let roe l*ar from you.
Very truly, Hoar. L- U*i at.
Wltethsr Bob owns tlie whole Strip
or one quarter section, lie does not say;
\ Attorney and Courudor at Law.
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
Boots, Shoes ete.
Can supply ranches with anything they
need on short notice, Nice clean
stock always on hand and new
goods arriving every
Agent for the McCormick Machines
Come and see us and learn prices.
CIMARRON SUPPLY Co.
Kenton, • - - Okla.
John R. Guyor,
_ ^ Lawyer.
but If tlie former and he can get 3 cents! Pm-tice to all the courts of New Mexi-
an acre from tlie cattlemen for tlie | co and Oklahoma,
whole shooting match, as annual rental
be "strictly in it." We suppose lie
claims title by some old Spanish, or
other grant, as he says his title is "older
and paramount," to of claim tlie gov-
ernment If that is tlie case L'ncle Sam
Call at tlie News office and see a copy
of The Uve Stock Isspeciok, publish-
ed at Woodward, Okla. We some-
times have sample copies to give out.
■ This stock paper Is an institution of
gettin* money under raise pretences 0kuhouul and iB deserymg 0f cucour-
iit_M i.ma \fu f in^tar I
agement by stock men. Many good
things appear in its columns-many
things worth Imowing that may save
you several times tlie subscription price
from the settlers lucre. Mr. Lindsay
will probably have to establish his title
through tlie courts before it will be re
spected by the cattlemen.
« GUTHRIE LEADER
Daily and Weekly.
A beautiful silk quilt was raffled offl which isfl.OO. If you are a subscriber
the night of tlie dance, Ed Eddleman I to the \EWS we wll> take your sub
being tlie winner. Tlte quilt was made I gcription at a greatly reduced prk .
by Mrs. Voglc, and was one of tlie few I ^nj person sending us fl 60 will re-
things saved from the residcncc whi n I c^jve both one rear. Tlte Lave Stock
it burned. Mrs. Cornish brought it to J Inspector is Bemi-monthly.
town and arranged to have it raffled
off, tlie proceeds to go to the unfor-
tunate family. With this view chances!
were clieerfullv t kcu and the quilt j
brought over 30 dollars.
Anuounorincnt has been ma le that
tlie Ilcr. W. J. Martludale or Wichita,
Kansas, presiding elder of tlie Soutii-
west Kansas district, will preach in tlie
valley as follows:
Metcalf, June 6 10:30 a.m.
Garrett, •' 6 7:30 p. m.
Z. H. Scltool Housl*, func 710:30 a.m.
Bed Canon, June 7 7:30 p. in.
uallienas, June 8 10:30 a. m.
Kenton. " " 7:30 p.m.
Tlieac meetings will be lield with a|
view to organizing acireuit h<re.
proiressif a Livi & Enterprising
PAPER PURLISHED IX OKLAHOMA.
Titos. Anderson has been at tbe Rec-
ord ranch for several day« to help with
tlie farming. He report* things satis-
factory on his homestead 20 miles up
tlie river. In partnership wltli Dave
Johnson he has built a good dlteii tiiat
covers a big portion of his land. T:.e
ditch is over three, miles long and titer
done all tlte work alone, making one
cut two uundred yanls that was five
feet In tl e de«i>est place. He has had
water in tlie ditch two or three times
this season sufflcieni to wet his ground,
and lie expects to have a fine ranch in a
We are authorlssd to announce that
tltere will be a meeting Saturday after-
noon June 10, of the parties interested
to tlie killing or tlie prairie dogs in tbe
territory embraced w itl in tlie lines run-
ning east rrom tlie west line or George
Hubbard and John Record's farm* to
the 101 raiHi, south i miles Troin Ken
ton, and north on tlie Carriso to take in
tlie ranch of Harrington * C<miiali.
These bound* are such as are at present
talked of aad woold lie willingly ex-
tended if tlie owners of fiaslures or oMf
rr lands «o desire. The object of
meeting M to ,irovlde ways nad
to do up lbs dags in as dicap
asswee to nMjurens,
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