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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cimarron news and Cimarron citizen. — 24 June 1911

WATER SUPPLY IS ABUNDANT y T is nntiHTFiii. iK I there is another farming I region of any size in the whole Southwest where nature has done go much to facilitate irrigation and in sure a never failing sopplv of water. The Cimarron Valley is a nri al rincón almost wholly surrounded Lv mountains. The farming lands are like the hul and the 1 ever flowing streams of mountain water are like the spokes of a wheel. From ever mountain peak North, East, South and West come the streams to finally con verge upon the broad and beauti ful agricultural lands of the Val ley. 1400 square miles of snow capped mountain peaks, cloud line plateaus, and dripping canons dis charge their drainage upon a lew hundred thousand aces of prairie land. 12 inches of water by irri gation, on top of the 20 inches of rain fall that we get, is abundance of water for any crop but we could have four feet if we stored it all and were not alraid of washing all our land away. We are barely using up the normal flow of our ...

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 June 1911

The Cimarron News AND Cimarron Citizen SATURDAYS $;.oo "Entered as second-class matter Septetn bar 3. 1010, at the posinffica at Cimarron N. M.. under the act of March J, 1879." V THE CIMARRON PUBLISHING COM PANY. INC,, Publishers JAMES McVFY. Editor-Manager No Apologies The editor of the News has no apologies to offer for the appear ance of the paper this week. We undertook to get out a small speci al edition of the paper this week in the honor of the "Call of New Mexico" for Thursday of this week issued by Governor Mills. While vae are two days late in issue for tie "call" we think that it is better to be a little late in trying to do good for New Mexico than to not undertake it at all. We were handicapped in not having a larg er force in the mechanical depart ment, the force consisting of the manager and histwolittlegirls, Lola and Marv McVey, aged thirteen and eleven years respectively, with Guy, Bine years old to play the "devil" generally. We are thank ful for the assistance 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 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cimarron news and Cimarron citizen. — 24 June 1911

The Miami Valley I J RELY NO COMPANY Sever chose a more favor able location in the mat ter of climate, water and crop conditions, combin ed with beautv of scen- ry, than the Farmers' y I )evelopment Company selected fi e years ago lor founding of the com munity now well established in the Miami Valley. The landscape surrounding is perhaps more inspiring than was the beautiful hills and skies and streams which inspired the famous poet, Moiace, to write his classic tributes to the farm and skies and hills he loved so well. The twin mesas rising as they do to the heighth of 7,000 feet, give to the Miami dweller a home teeling as they can be seen tor many miles in every direction but the west. Some can pick out their own homes at a great distance, as many have their farms on the orchard land of the north slope dovn from the mesa sides. On the west of the Valley the higher mesas and peaks with their many canyons stretch along in the general trend of the Rockies. One of these canyons, 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 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cimarron news and Cimarron citizen. — 24 June 1911

H E SANGRE DECK IS- GREAT REDUCTION SALE OUR STOCK OF Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings, Boots, Shoes Hats and Overalls Go, Regardless of Cost Our Entire Line of Hart, Schaffner & Marx Suits at Less Than Cost Watch our Bargain Counters; Something New on Them to Choose From Each Week Ask for our coupons and get you a beautiful framed Picture or Looking Glass at less than wholesale prices. With each $2 purchase you may secure one of these beautiful framed pictures or looking glasses at less than what it cost to frame them. Pictures will be on display in our show windows in about ten days. Best Fancy and Staple Groceries TWICE EACH WEEK Jim Rogers and Billy Whiteman - " ! Plenty of Timber it T! to range of tbe Rocky Mountains forms a nat ural boundary between Colfax and Taos coun ties. On the eastern slopes of its precipit uous ridges and sentinel peaks, all over tbe upper foothills and in the numerous valleys leading up from tbe plains to the higher altitudes, a vast body of timber has...

Publication Title: Cimarron News And Cimarron Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cimarron news and Cimarron citizen. — 24 June 1911

- ' NEW MEXICO'S IRRIGATION STATISTICS FOR 1909 Washington, D. C, June it, ion. Acting Census Director Falkner issued lo-day the first official statement (rom the Census Hureau relative to the statistics of irrigation in the tsritory of New Mex ico. It is based nn a preliminary comparative summary submitted by Dr. La Grand Powers, chief statistian nf the division of agriculture in the Hureau of the Census, under whose surpupision it wasperparad by R, P. Teala. special agent in charge of irrigation. This summary shows lor both 1909 and 1899 the number of farms irri gated, the acreage irrigated, acreage which existing enterprises are capable of supplying, and the arreaege included in existing projects, the number of inde pendent enterprises, length of maintems, the average annual cost of maintenance and operation. It shows also, for the year 1909. langhth of lateral ditches number of reservoirs, capacity of reservoirs, number of wells, flowing wells, number of wells pumped for iirgati...

Publication Title: Cimarron News And Cimarron Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cimarron news and Cimarron citizen. — 24 June 1911

THE CIMARRON NEWS CIMARRON CITIZEN tarda) Ta Imarrna Pnhl lahl ng Compaar. . in. , Paha. CIMARRON. - - NSW MEXICO HOUSE PASSES REVISION BILL 81 REPUBLICANS VOTE WITH DEMOCRATS FOR PASSAGE OF MEASURE. VOTE WAS 22 1 T0 100 "ILL REDUCES TARIFF ON WOOL AND MANUFAC TURES. Wfi" n Nwpapr t'nlon Sf m Srrvlre. Wahington.Tbe House of Repre aentatlves by a vote of 221 to loo passed the Underwood wool tariff re vision bill providing for a reduction of duty on wool and manufacture of wool. Twenty-four Republicana voted with the Democrat for the passage of the measure and one Democrat, Repre sentative Francis of Ohio, voted against It. Many amendments were offered and voted down, the only one adopted be ltig a slight change In phraseology. Immediately preceding the final vote, a motion offered by Representa tive I'ayne of New York that the bill be resubmitted to the ways and mean committee, with Instructions that It await a report from the tariff board on the woolen industry before making final r...

Publication Title: Cimarron News And Cimarron Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cimarron news and Cimarron citizen. — 24 June 1911

e RON DLhh mbOVIS JOSEPH VANCE AUTHOR. OF "THE BRASS BOWb" ETC. COPYHICHT av LOiMS JOJCPH VAHCt SYNOPSIS. David Ambar, starting for a duok-ehoot-lag vlait wlih hla friend. guaJn. comaa up an a yonna lady equeatrlan who haa been fltamounted by har hnraa becoming frlaht enad ai the auddan appearance In the road of a burly Hindu. Ha declaree ha la Bahaii La Ohatteril. "Iha appointed mouthpiece of tha Ball." addraaaaa Amber aa a man nf high rank and pressing a rntrlou Hula bransa box, 'Tha To aen.'" Into hla hand, disappears In tha wood. Tha Ir! ralla Ambar by ñama lia in turn addraaaaa har aa Mlaa Sophia Farrall, daughter of Col. Farrall of tha Brltlah dlplomatla aarvloa In India and visiting tha Qualna. Several night latar tha Uualn home la burglarised and tha bronee box stolen Ambar and Qualn go hunting on an taland and become loat and AJE bar la left marooned. He wandera about, finally raachaa a cabin and ree ognlie aa Ita oooupant an old frland Eed Rutton. whom ha laat mat In En . ...

Publication Title: Cimarron News And Cimarron Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cimarron news and Cimarron citizen. — 24 June 1911

MDSUMMER CLEARANCE SALE TV Commencing with this issue and lasting through the month of July we will allow 10 PER CENT DISCOUNT ON EVERYTHING IN THE STORE AND WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF Dry Goods, Notions, Millinery, Clothing, Furnishing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Trunks, Valises, Umbrellas and Slickers Sale Closes July 31 M ATKINS Everything-to-Wear cal features are purely grand. Our altitude is a little over six tiousand feet. Our mean annual rainlall is amply sufficient for all sanitary purposes. The latter part of June in July and August, we get more of our rains, a time most conduc ive to vegetation growth and most satisfactory to the physical welfare of the healthseeker. Our perennial river water water comes from snow hanks miles back up in the moun tains. We have sunshine practical ly every day in the year. Éven in our warmest in July and August, while the sun KEALLV DOES SHINF, we have no use or need for elctric fans. We sleep under light blankets the year through, in November, De...

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. — 8 July 1911

THE CIMARRON NEWS AND CIMARRbN CITIZEN VOL. Ill CIMARRON, COLFAX COUNTY. NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY. JULY 8, 191 i. STATEHOOD IS REPORTED TO THE SENATE Washington, D. C, July 3. The Committee ol the Senate hav ing in charge the bearing! (or s'atehood in Arizona and New Mpxíco, have by a vote ol six to three recommended concurrence in the Flood resolution which came over Irom the House, and which previous to its passage in that body, had the O. K. of the Demo cratic caucus. Just at the present time Canadian reciprocity has the right of way, while the farmers' iree list and the wool tariff meas ure are securing the principal at tention of the law-makers of the Senate, and therelore there is lit- tie to be added to the story involv - ing patient waiting on the part of the people of Arizona and New M; R-ont PnressionS nn the part of the President and At torney General Wickersham ap pear to confirm, beyond all doubt, . if c i,i 1(1 liais III lcpuwn-r -i icri a who have interested themselves mo...

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. — 8 July 1911

e RON DDLL LOUIS JOSEPH VANCD AUTHOR OP "THE BRASS BOWL" ETC. GaimsmiwiTMTO by musr wfimms cofv-nCHT or Loua oascm vahcS SYNOPSIS. I 'avid Ami! starting for a duck-shoot - ln visit will) lila frle nd. Uualn. wm up- on a young lady f-questrlnn who has been liorse beromlns frlght-ipp-aranca In the road Ma derlares ha la Mehart l.tl t'hatterll. '"the appointed mouthpiece of tha Bell," addresses Ambar aa a man of high rank and pressing a myatarloua lit tin bmnse bom. "Th To sen." Into hla hand, disappears In tha wood. The girl ralla Ambar by nama. II In turn ndriresse har aa Mlaa Sophia Karrell. daughter of Col. Farrell of the Brltlah diplomatic servir In India and vlaltlntf tha Qualne. Several nights later the Qualn home la burglarised and tha bronse boa atolón. Amber and Qualn gty I mitins; on an Islnnd and become loat and Amber la left marooned. He wanders about, finally reaches) a cabin and rec ognises aa He upant an old friend named Hulton. whom ha last met In Eng land, and who app...

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. — 8 July 1911

IUH tnen VP ft orlC gH HI H Mm hH I WH Cooling as arv Icicle If you want to think of crisp winter weather and sparkling frost : if you want to forget the heat and the dust and thethrst for real, coot comfort DUNK 1 r a PHASE of Europe, ZáW 1 fWsssaV y"! ' V Jff ft A life that never falls to j& HBSII f-fesSSti Improps vlsltoia from 9 jyS. Hie Cnitcd States Is PJr ' liBh the extent to whtrli IT3sf59 "omen labor In the ÍJMl ISpir "olds.- In many in I stances working sido WMMBijgSfSUvyry' Jcrwj "gf! L by Bide with the men - "" M : HyMSlLAIIijt . Sxss0kV SHH2BHBKL - "e nfMÍBmnmnmnm!BBxe ri 1 jn EsmVHbtI mn n fon swf maa. III III HI II II IIIIIIMI I Willi V l PHASE of European life that never fails to Impress visitor from the United States is the extent to which women labor In the fields, In manv In stances working side by side with the men and In others either performing the greater hare of the toil or. mayhap, sppar entfy doing It all while the masculine members of the household are...

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. — 8 July 1911

The Cimarron News AND Cimarron Citizen SATURDAYS $.00 "Entered second-class matter Septem ber i, iqio, at the postaAce at Cimarron N. M.. under the an of March 3, 1879." THE CIMARRON PUBLISHING COM PANY. INC., Publishers JAMES McVEY, Edkor-Manager That congressional investiga tion is the fly in the trust sugar bowl. The Courier thinks! 1000 is cheap ior appendicitis. It could get lots of people's cases for less than that. Judging from the excitement in London, one might think the cor onation a baseball championship Kame. 0 It s dollars to doughnuts that the Pennsylvania judge who advis- an accused man never to reply to the taunts of an angry woman is a married man. Jack Johnson isn't boasting a -. aval m a 1 nai isn t nis way. Modestv is his long suit, and it can also be us ed as a summer overcoat, but he thinks that in a square standup be could lick the king. Mr. Bryan, a bit peevish at the turn of events, declares that it is his sacred duty to advise the de mocratic party, which u...

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. — 8 July 1911

ft'ouiiui-ed from Irat paga.) BUY A HOME IN THE BEAUTIFUL Moreno " y' warn to own a horn id one il thr mot beamiral and fertile valley iu the Korkies? fío yon want to invent in good law) hile it ia cheap anil particípala in the pronta that alway. follow the development ol a new eel ion of the country ' Then just address us a pmtal for information, or call and aee u. We have investigated the pomibilities of Moreno Valley fully. We did not place oar money there bhndly. ' tint we realise the ureal possibilities latent in that valley. When good land with sufficient moisture is rat into small tracts and farmed, it increasas in value rapidly, as the farmer is the man who demonstrates to the world what a oew country will produce. We are selling our lands in Moreno Valley in small tracts to farmers and to people who expert to have it farmed. Now is the time to pur chase ar.d participate in the profits, as we expect to sell it v 11 Hey rapidly. When people began to farm m the Greeley distric...

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. — 8 July 1911

THE CIMARRON NEWS and CIMARRON CITIZEN at Miar Ta Clmarroa Pakllrfcta m,i.T, i m- i. PaW. CIMARRON, - - NBW MEXICO HEAT KILLS 1G4 PEOPLE PARALYZING SON PROSTRATES H',NDRE23 IN EASTERN CITIES. URGtS PRAYER FOR RAIN PRIEST ORDERS ALL CATHOLICS TO PRAY FOR RELIEF FROM HEAT Washington. Krom cities fast of the Rockies, broiling In a temperature of 100 or higher, ninety-five deaths re renorted, which, added to sixty nine brings the death toll of forty eight hours to 104. Hundreds of pros tration.) ere reported. Many of the victims were babies. Chicago added twelve deaths and one Buiclde to the list attributed to the paralyzing heat, making the death list in tnat city forty-eight, twenty eight of which were babies, withiu thirly-s'x hour. Three are dead in Boston, two In Washington, eight at Nowark, N. J., twelve in Pittsburg, fourteen In New York, lwo at tit. Joseph, two In Louis ville, twenty-two in eastern Pennsyl vania, five in Toledo, four in Balti more, wo In Omaha, five In Cincin na...

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. — 8 July 1911

NOTICIAS DE LA ULTIMA SEMANA Waetern Neweoeoer Union Nwa Htv! Desde El Oeste. Bn Oretton, 8. D., un Incendio canso lina perdida de I76,O0)O. Bn Port Arthur, Tez., hubo una ex plosion de un tanque de aeelte, en la explosión resulto un capitán muerto y las perdidas en meUUloo se estiman en $100.000.0. Mientras Justaban ft Prank Jack son por el delito de (abrloar y elreular moneda falsa, este le robo el rsloj al Jues sin que este se diera ouenta de ello. Elijah Claniblt. de Ottumwa, la., de 11 anos de edad íue presa de un ata que de locura y mientras este le duro mató ft sú madre con una arma de fuego, birlo ft sú hermana y luego trató de suicidarse. Helen Rumbel, de 14 anos de edad fué cuereada por su madrastra y su medio hermano. La infeliz muchacha murió ft consequencta de la golpeada y ahora la madrastra y el muchacho están en la cárcel acusados de crimen La primer paca de algodón de este aflo fué vendida en Houston, Tez Esta paca fifé puesta & la venta In mediatamente en la pl...

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. — 8 July 1911

AVISO El trespasar sobre la propriedad de RANCHO de la URACA, en el Condado de Colfax sea ya con el fin de cazar pecan o recoger fruta silvestre o cortar lena oi otro fin cualesquiera sin permiso se pro hibe estrictamente. Y todos aquellos quienes trespa-aren serán prosecutados al pleno externo de la ley. 4 GEO H. WEBSTER, Jr. AVISO El trespasar dentro del pasteo del W. S. en el Candado de Coltax con la mira de cata, pezca. recoger fruta silvestre o cor tai maeera soca, o para cualesquiera otro fin sin permiso; se prohibe estrictamente y aquellos que asi traspasaren serán prose cutados al lleno de It ley. (Krimado) WILLIAM FRENCH, Por la Compañía de Reces del W. S. this ordinance. Section 2. Before erect in "pairing or adding to any othe structure wninn the fit written application lot a-perm shall be- submitted la tin- Hbirri tees of the Village:' Which shall state the proposed Incatic First National Bank CIHARRON, INtiW MEXICO H. H. Chandler, President C. R. Bass, Vice-President J....

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. — 15 July 1911

HMMBNi THE CIMARRON NEWS. AND CIMARfON CITIZEN VOL III C IMARRON, COLFAX COUNTY. NW MEXICO, SATURDAY. JULY 15. 1911. NO. 23 More Hot Air From Smith Washington, ulv It. A speci al to the Evening Herald has the following: In order to expedite statehood and secure the passage of the Flood resolution at this ses sion and its approval ty the presi dent, the members of the senate committee on territories will offer an amendment to the resolution providing for the complete elimi nation of the recall of the judiciary in the Arizona constitution. Senator William Alden Smith, chairman of the senate committee on territories, submitted the report of the committee this afternoon, simply including the amendments for balloting and not commenting upon the resolution. He gave no tice to the senate at the time that he would press the members for a prompt vote on the resolution but he said that it might be found ex pedient to ask for an amendment to strikeout the Atizona recall of the judicipry. "I wa...

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. — 15 July 1911

NOTICIAS DE LA ULTIMA SEMANA Weatern Nearepaper nl n NffWl 8rv1c. Desde el Oeste. i.. -In Miller quién vivís cerca de Hampton, Iowa, asesinó a su esposa, dos de sus cinco hijos y luego cometió suicidio. Jim McWard, dio riblbiclonea de vuelos en aereoplano en Wichita, Kana. McWard logro alcanzar la al tura, da 7,001) piés. Lluvias han raido en muchas sec ciones de Kansas y esto ha traído la alegría ft muchos de los agricultores que creían que las cosechas estaban ya perdidas. En San Francisco se registró un ligero temblor el otro dia que afortu nadamente no causó ningún daño, i.a gente sin embargo se asustó y muchos creían que la conflagración de 1907 iba ft repetirse. Kn Muskogee. Ok la. hubo una riña en un baile de gente del pueblo. La disputa se originó por una muchacha y en el combate que siguió, nueve hombrea salieron heridos mortal mente, se teme que todos mueran ft conscquenclas. Charles Schultz de Oklahoma City murió Intráneamente al caer de un globo que se estaba quemando Sc...

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. — 15 July 1911

Iteeehlag. eufloaa the rama, radaeee laSaasaa Be, itera new. eases wis eolio. Sao a a Ha. la e-vid en oc NEW MEXICO NEWS QathBr d From All Parts of the State w.m.rn Newepapor Unlnn Nrwo Service. New Speed Ordinance. Tuoumcarl. -In the future the speed ordinance setting eight mile an hour as the limit will be enforced owing to several recent narrow encapes fiom injury. Oevemor to Review Troops, aanta Ft. Governor Hills and staff will review the New Mexlca National Guard at Las Vegan July 26th, during the encampment there. A dinner will be given at night at which the gov ernor and staff will be present To Represent Shriners. Santa Ve. Clinton J. Crandall of Santa Fe, K. L. Medler and B. C. Allen of Albuquerque have been chosen to represent Ballut Abyad Temple of the Mystic Shrine at the national gather ing of Shriners at Rochester, N. v , July nth to 14th. Cool as a Cucumber. Albuquerque. With a maximum temperature of slightly less than 80 degrees and una of the heaviest and most exte...

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. — 15 July 1911

The Cimarron News AND Cimarron Citizen and it announces that in aa States tor which statistics are available the bag was 60,150 deer. No es timate was made for California and some other Western States, and in other states, such as New Hamp shire, North and South Carolina, no statistics were available. Mak SATURDAYS $Aon ing fair allowances for such States the number of deer killed in the "Enured mcond-clM mailer Septem ber j. 1910, ! the potoffice al Cimarron N. M under the act of March j, 1879-" United StateR last veal is estimat ed at 75,000 to 80,000. The num ber of elk killed is put at a, 000 or less, and of moose 3,050. THB C1HARKON PUBLISHING COM PANY, INC,, Publishers JAMES McVEY. Edkor-Mn.er Will Investigate Express Company It is news to most people that the Interstate Commerce Commis sion has undertaken the investiga tion of the express companies. The announcement that this policy has lust been decided on is misleading for the Commission has had men in the field for months ...

Publication Title: Cimarron News And Cimarron Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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