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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cimarron news and Cimarron citizen. — 4 June 1914

The Irrigation Season is here and you will need a pair of good rubber boots to wear in the field. Your atten tion is called to the superior line we carry; the best irrigation boots made, and the price is right. Spring and Summer Shoes For All Our complete line of Brown Shoes are famous for their quality and comfortable fit. Shoes for every member of the family at prices C 00 from $2 to P Dress Goods and Ladies' Wearing Apparel The nobbiest lines ever shown here. All grades, colors, makes and styles. Laces and Embroideries are carried in complete varieties, and. the prices are in conformity with good qualities and fabric. Let us quote you our prices on your next bill of groceries. We have none but the best and will give you entire satis faction. Remember we, lead while others follow. Royal Tailor Suits and Overcoats for spring and summer, guaranteed all wool and perfect fit, from $15 to $30. Rogers, Whiteman & Co. The Store of Good Values and Honest Merchandise 9 Vv i It Mtttt MM...

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. — 4 June 1914

old by O rocera CIMARRON NEWS. 964 PERISH IN Great Liner Goes to Bottom at Mouth of St. Law rence River Following a Collision With a Collier. Rimouskl, Que., May 31. Nine hun dred and sixty-four persons lost their Urea Friday morning when the great Canadian Pacific twin acrew liner Em press of Ireland was rammed amid ships In a thick fog off Father Point in the St. Lawrence and sunk by the Norwegian collier Storstad. Four hundred and three survivors were picked up from floating wreck age and two lifeboats. And only 12 of the saved are women. Gathered piecemeal from survivors the horror of thia wreck grows with the telling. Waters Quickly Engulf Ship. The doomed ones had little time even to pray. They were engulfed by the onrushlug waters that swallowed the big ship lualde of nineteen min utes from the time she was struck. The wireless operators on the Em press, sticking to their posta to the last, bad time only to send a few "S. O. 8." calls for help when the rising waters silenced ...

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. — 4 June 1914

OIMARRON NEWS. LIST OFJESCÜED Names of Those Reported Saved When Empress of Ireland Sank. Ths following la a lUt of ths iuhq gwrs and crew on the Ill-fated steam skip blfnu of Ireland that hare keen reported aa am out thoae eared: BACK.ro RD, Joseph. SAXJBR, Starr. ANDY, J. P. BANT ALA, T. BJLWDEN, Florence, HUlshoro, UL BAWDKN, Bésale. BL.YTU. Hlaa. BOCH, If Isa Bdith, Rochester, Minn. BOOH, Rhelnhardt, Rochester, BOYLE, Robert BRHNNAN, B. ' BROWN, William. BYRNB, John. BURT, 0. B, BURROWS, W. T. CANST A, W. CAPPLIN, George. CLARKSON, H. CONE, J. M. COURT. Miss B, Liverpool, Cag. DARCY, P. DAVIES, John. OAYIB8, Peter. DON A. VAN, Q. DORTS, John. LOE" ISH, A. RZINQBR, Walter. BV ANSON, Arthur. FAVEUSTBND. Mrs, TOROUSON. A. a PENEDAY, Arthur. PBNTON, Walter. P18HER, Mrs. John, Chicago. BTTZPAJUCK, Joba. FLO IR, Roy. PUQENT, William. OARD, John, Chicago. CAA DIO, A W chief CUBSON, John. GRAY, Arthur. 6RIVERI, Alex. HACKNEY, Miss MaheL wife of sWwrenoe Irving. HABS, assistant psrsor. H...

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. — 4 June 1914

LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS ITEMS j LAIL Weber's Bakery Bakers' Goods and Confectioners A. W. VASEY Fire, Accident, Liability, Torna do, Automobile and Life Insurance. Sixteen Strongest and BesT: Com panies Represented. Colquitt is gelling out. Good beds at the Antler Hotel only 50c. Capt. French visitor in Katon week. Katon Crystal the market, J. Agent. was the a business first ol the Ice, the best on VV. Swearingen, Byron Connetl returned frum Taos. Sundav, having abandoned his motor cycle at Ute Park owing to the heavy roads in the canyon. Chas. Lodge came over from Dawson, Sunday on a visit. Colquitt is selling out. Miss Vesta Kiker went to Raton Monday to le in attendance of the County Teachers Institute vhich is in session this week. All branches of the dental art carefully practiced. Dr. Locke. Swastika coal, the most heat for vour money, sold by J. W. Swearingen. C. Cox went to Crow creek, Wednesday morning to resume his work on the bridge over that little stream. Patronize home...

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. — 11 June 1914

ÁJ xs CIMARRON NEWS. AND THE CIMARRON CITIZEN ESTABLISHED 1872-NEW VOL VI JIMARRON, URSDAY. JUNE II, 1914. NO. 23 CIMARRON HOLD-S THE KEYS TO THE KINGDOM OF COLFAX" Government Officials Have Fancy Ideas Would Employ 3,000 Clerks When 300 Can Do The Work In 1 Regional Reserve Bank. Some astonishing revelations of official thought have iwen brought out by conferences between Chica Ko hankers and the treasury de partment at Washington. That braocb of the government recently estimated that 3,000 clerks would be needed for the regional bank in Chicago. The bankers declared that 300 would be an amule sup ply. Aiao, it was declared by offi cials of the treasury department that the chairman of the board should be paid a salary jot 30,000 to 25,000, wheceas the bankers say that there are plenty of well qualified men that can Jbc had for 7,50O a vear. While the office is one ol consid erable dignity and responsibility, the duties of the cnairman and ol the other members of the reserve board w...

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. — 11 June 1914

CIMARRON JfHWa. AN EPITOME OF LATE LIVE NEWS CONDENSED RECORD OR THI PROGRESS OR EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD. FROM ALL SOURCES AYINOS, DOINGS, ACHIEVE. MENTS, SUFFERINGS. HOPES AND FEARS OF MANKIND. VH'frD Npapr Union Nawa Barvlaa. WESTERN. Seven were killed and twelve In jured by tornado wrecking Iowa towna. The Burlington railroad placed 2.000 extra nien on lta linea west of the Mis souri river repairing box cars to as sist In handling the Nebraska wheat crop. A decrease of practically twenty fire per cent in the property of ex prés companies operating In Kansas was shown In a statement issued by the state tax commission. Wielding sn old black-handled ra tor, Mrs. John Rabb, twenty-nine, the wife of an upholsterer, almost decapitated two of her children and then commit td suicide at Long Beach, Cal. The trial of Charlea H. Mover and other leaders of the Western Federa tion of Miners on charges growing out of the recent cor. per miners' strike will begin July 6 at Houghtoo, Mich. CoM...

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. — 11 June 1914

CIMARRON NEWS BEING SYNOPSIS. a rvmffifrat and another 1 ?. who I Jti! i chief sf the 'apt Therne rdaiwd away, go and tella wn (he preal- Kh hi i d.'i rla to of bul i an v'n a note From n prisoner y nrlaon. Ar'Harnrd aueoect It la Intended for Thome. The note reads: "Attack tonta-ht. Plan t Un Tele graph." ArreUford declares Thome I Lewis Dumont of the Federal secret servio, and that hla brother Henry I a prisoner In I.thby Kdlth refuses to be lieve and cugeeata that Thome be con fronted with the priaoner aa a teat. An order cornea from General VaxtffT for Wllf-ed to report to the frowf at once. Edith la forced to carry out her part In the teat of Thome. The priaoner U thruat Into the foam Ooñc witli Tliorne recocnlaea him aa hla elder brother Heñ ry Dumont. They put up a fake flRht and Henry accidentally kill hlmeelf. Caroline aoes to the war department tele graph office to send a masaa.ee to Wilfred f - CHAPTER Xt. Mr. Arrelsford Again interposes. Nobody bad any time to devote to ...

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. — 11 June 1914

arc She, and Not Mn. 'Leary'e Cow, Waa Cauca of Flamea of 1871. AVISO The Cimarron News and Citizen 1 Not HITS FIRE LE lying Woman Says She St; Chicago Conflagration. GENO THH CIMARRON PIJHLISHING COMPANY. .AI.H K. SCHROKDHR. Owner Bryan vs. $$$$$ Secretary of State Hryan. the humble citizen of Lin coln, Nebraska, will agair. go on the lecture platform with the yodlers, snake-eaters, and the fatest woman in the world. He" has signed a contract for the Chautauqua oif-j cuit. The Nebraskan isa firm Iwliever in prosperity for! lnmselt; out d trie capitalist, it is, wnen properly an- alized, a question of Bryan vs. money, with a safe bet on money, which the commoner will draw for the "fruits of his labors." Mr. Bryan is a born money maker, and he will contin ue to make money regardless of whether he holds office or not. His silvery and also slipperv tongue cannot lay idle when the Chautauqua season ' opens. He loves to hear himself talk and congress should appropriate funds for an Ediso...

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. — 11 June 1914

The Irrigation Season is here and you will need a pair of good rubber boots to wear in the field. Your atten tion is called to the superior line we carry; the best irrigation boots made, and the price is right. Spring and Summer Shoes For All Our complete line of Brown Shoes are famous for their quality and comfortable fit. Shoes for every member of the family at prices from $2 to Dress Goods and Ladies Wearing Apparel The nobbiest lines ever shown here. All grades, colors, makes and styles. Laces and Embroideries are carried in complete varieties, and the prices are in conformity with good qualities and fabric. Let us quote you our prices on your next bill of groceries. We have none but the best and will give you entire satis faction. Remember we, lead while others follow. Royal Tailor Suits and Overcoats for spring and summer, guaranteed all wool and perfect fit, from $15 to $30. Rogers, Whiteman & Co. The Store of Good Values and Honest Merchandise Pants and Overalls For Men ...

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. — 11 June 1914

'.una- fuwww. . . . jLa.ia 'Ble,i OthardM at proooiilou- CIMARRON NEWS. WHAT FLAG DAY & r LATE A REALLY MCA T IS now 1S8 years since the United State of America was composed of 18 states, the greater number of which had a population of little more than that of the average city of today. Those 13 mates hare grown and multiplied until there are now 4R states, with a popula tion of nearly lOP.Ofll.OO of the most virile and strongest race of men on earth. It has been demonstrated many times In the past century that the strug gles of the patriots of 1776 were not In vain. Thek words "United States of America" are an lnanlratlr.n inH u holn to the oppressed 'of all lands. The Union gleams out through the world as a gigantic monument of freedom. nd the lowly and persecuted of all na tions have their eyes turned toward America with the hope that some day they may reach the prom ised land. The American flag Is the oldest flag among the nations of today, n antedates even the present emble...

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. — 11 June 1914

DTK ad, fraah. rausbla; uraf airad 1 waatarn alinÉaaaii baeauaa Slay BPS- II-1 ak.a. BlaasJaf Pilla II.M aw-aaaa pasa, auaaain ruia CIMARRON NEWS For Handu Bous and Girls to Make and Do (Copyright by A. Neat Half) By A. NEELY HALL. i By DOROTHY PERKINS. HOW TO MAKC FIRE BALLOONS FOR FOURTH OF JULY. Fourth of July la not complot with out a few flr balloon, and those should be made beforehand because there will he little or no tima to apara for the work on the Fourth A balloon la made In aeotlona known aa gore, usually eight In num ber. For a sore pattern for the bal loon illustrated, get a pleee of heavy wrapping paper 4 feet long. Lay off spaces 4 Inches wide along the entire length of on straight edge (rig. 1); then, beginning at one end, rule a line across the paper through eaeh of these points, and along the linee lay off the measurements giren upon thd diagram. By now drawing a currad line through the points at the enda of the measurements, you will hare the proper outline for h...

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. — 11 June 1914

Weber's Bakery Bakers' Goods and Confectioners LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS ITEMS ChaB. Lodge ca Dawson, Sunday on of the dental art :ed. Dr. Locke. A. U M ton businas the Key Cil irty of Ka- visitors in day. Chas. Springer rn seat visitor Saturday. county . M . Bowden of Raton was a business visitor in Cimarron, Monday. Raton Crystal Ice, the best on the market, I. VV. Swearingen, Aent. A. W. VASEY Fire, Accident, Liability, Torna do, Automobile and Life Insurance. Sixteen Strongest and Beát Com panies Represented. Mrs. J. J. Nairn was a business visitor in Raton the fore part of the week. Miss Lila Kay of Dawaon is the guest of Misi Alma Troutman for a few days. Meals at all hours are served at Weber's Restaurant and Bakery. The Ladies Aid met Wednesdav afternoon at the home of Mrs. f. M. Robbins. Swastika coal, the most heat for vour money, sold bv W. Swear- tngen. IjAttorney H. A. Kiker of Raton spent a few days in the Key City this week visitiqg with relatives. M Mrs. Collins, wife ...

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. — 18 June 1914

0 CIMARRON NEWS. AND THE CIMARRON CITIZEN ESTABLISHED 1872 NEW VOL. VI CIMARRON, COLFAX COUNTY. NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY. JUNE 18. 1914. NO. 24 'CIMARRÓN HOLDS THE KEYS TO THE KINGDOM OF COLFAX" " " ' : ' ! i : i ' .J!JJ , , , -r Cimarron Wins From The Miami Boys Unless Given Support the Ball Team Will Play Its Last Game Next Sunday With Maxwell. The ball game Sunday between the Cimarron and Miami boys re sultad in another victory ior the home club by the tune of 18 to io. The game was very slow owing to the rain and mud. The boys were royally treated at the bands of the Miami people. Tbey teport a big dinner at each of the private homes '.vhere tbey were assigned. i One of the attractions featured for the day was the children's day exercises at the church and proved to be a treat to the visitors. Next Sunday the team expects to play its last game owing to the fact that it takes money to make the trips which tbey must make often Sunday in order to get return games. It really requires $5...

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. — 18 June 1914

CIMARRON NEWS AN EPITOME OF LATE LIVE NEWS CONDENSED RECORD OP THE PROGRESS OF EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD. FROM ALL SOURCES AYINGS. DOING. ACHIEVE MENT8. SUFFERING. HOPE AND FEARS OF MANKIND. WMin N.wsp.p.r Union Jt.ws Service. WESTERN. A day of turmoil followed tb riots Incident to the breaking up of the miners' union parade at Butte, Mont. Thirty-five persons were Injured wben a St. Louis and San Francisco train from Memphis to St. Louis left thd track near Chsffee. Mo. Two passengers were killed and even Injured, some probably fatally, wncu the eaatbound California limited of the Santa !' struck the rear end of a freight train at Bagdad, Calif. Albert H. Rawltier, head of an Omaha tent and awning concern, took poison in the garage of his summer home at Carter l ,ak.- rinh and died be fore medicai aid could reach him. - With the crowning of Miss Thelma Holllngsworth aa "Queen of Roaaria" Portland entered Into a week of fes tivities In honor of the rose which has made the city famou...

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. — 18 June 1914

CIMARRON NEWS. WMi RICHMOND IN THE SPRING OF 1865 Cor'iOHt I9'2 By Dodo, Mio and Comhanv 8YNOPSI8. Mm, Vnrny. trlf of a Confedere lanera!, has lost one son and Another la dying from wound. Bha reluctantly gives 'it consent (or Wilfred, the younneat, to Mn the army If hie fMhr cptmerits The federals are making; their last assault In an effort to capture Richmond. Edith Varnev secures from President Davla a She declares he must not so and tells him of the commission from the presi dent. He Is ttranirely agitated and de clares he cannot accept. Thorne decides to escape while Edith leaves the room to get the commission, but Is prevented Dy the arrival of Caroline Mltford, Wilfred s iweetheart. Ms Arrelsford of the Con federate secret service, a rejected suitor of Edith's, detect Jonas, Mrs. Varney butler, carrying a note from a prisoner In l.lhhv prison. Arrelsford suspects It Is Intended for Thorne The note reads: "Attack tonight. Plan 1. Use Tele graph." Arrelsford declares Thorne Is ...

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. — 18 June 1914

The Cimarron News and Citizen Published Every Thursday Kntered at secoii-l-cljm mattnr N. si. un THK CIMAK Standing Henry Clay once said, "we must either all stand to gether or hang together;" and undoubtedly he meant to say; the American people, and especially the laboring cfaai must stand together in a body of unison if it wants its pri vileges, freedom and due compensation for its laborthe only working capital it possesses. Our forefathers won because they were right. President Lincoln lead the forc es in the Civil war against the slave holders because he was right. And centering down to present day times and topics; the strikers in the coal districts of Colorado and other states, the 10,000 employees of the Westinghouse Klectrical Works and the 70.000 railway engineers threat ening to strike, are waging a finance, because in their estimation they are right, abso lutely and unreservedly so. The laboring class standing together as it does by means r.f strong organizations it emplo...

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. — 18 June 1914

The Irrigation Season is here and you will need a pair of good rubber boots to wear in the field. Your atten tion is called to the superior line we carry; the best irrigation boots madé, and the price is right.. Spring and Summer Shoes For All Our complete line of Brown Shoes are famous for their quality and comfortable fit. Shoes for every member of the family at prices C 00 from $2 to N- Dress Goods and Ladies' Wearing Apparel The nobbiest lines ever shown here. All grades, colors, makes and styles. Laces and Embroideries are carried in complete varieties, and the prices are in conforfnity with good qualities and fabric. Let us quote you our prices on your next bill of groceries. We have none but the best and will give you entire satis faction. Remember we, lead while others follow. Royal Tailor Suits and Overcoats for spring and summer, guaranteed all wool and perfect fit, from $15 to $30. w Rogers, Whiteman & Co. The Store of Good Values and Honest Merchandise Pants and Over...

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. — 18 June 1914

CIMARRON NEWS. 5POT5 MADE FAMOUS IN WA HISTORY jj H mm Wy 1 - mm 0OKT rmc uMt"$iw upon , fti Jv Y v :. "! ?,PP ;'- " ' " y AN TO H AV L , WA R 'I yÍÉ IÍ9P 1 V t LET IT BECIN HCRC J&H H IBHHf 1 R - i j Tf 1 of mighty deed on the field 7S.-TF&zr7V7?jrj3AF7Z OF r !tB , I of battle and of epochal WTVnUfTIOff WAS ItWZTtr event which have led to the S2A77M OXTtmrrrTrrzjY at rnum?r O PERPETUATE the memory T of mighty deed on the field I of battle and of epochal I eventa which have led to the I changing of governments and of the boundary lines In our geographies and to arouse In the miada of succeeding gen erations the spirit of patriot ism which Inspired our fore fathers to accomplish these deeds, tablets and monuments of various kinds have been placed on the sites of those historic events. In the United States Uoston, New York. Phila delphia and many other places In the East and Southeast are rich in memories of the War of the Revolution and of the events leading up to and succeed...

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. — 18 June 1914

CIMARRON NEWS; f MM For Handu Bous and Girls to Make and Do i (CopTricht by A. By A. NEELY HALL. BIRD SHELTERS AND BATHS. Figure 1 shown a practical form or bird helter that la easily built. It may be constructed upon the top of a clothespost, or a post may be put up especially for the purpose. A cheese-box cover forms the roof of this shelter, and you can get one of these for the asking at your gro cery. Any thin sticks of a length equal to the diameter of the cheese-box cover will do for the shelter perches. There are four pairs of these perches, and they should be nailed at their centers to opposite sides of the post support in the manner shown in the illustration. Figure 2 shows a shelter and bath. Any medium-sized grocery-box will do tor the shelter, and an old tin pan will answer the purpose of a receptacle for bath water. Four or five cross sticks should be placed within the box for perches, and be fastened by nails driven through the box sides into their ends. The water pan ...

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. — 18 June 1914

LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS ITEMS LAIL Weber's Bakery Bakers1 Goods and Confectioners All branches of the dental art carefully practiced. Ur. Locke. H! G. Franknburger was a Ra" ton business visitor the tirst of the week. Meals at all hours are served at Weber's Restaurant and Bakery. Attorney Klmer E. Studlev of Raton was a professional visitor in Cimarron the first of the week. Lake Lambert came down from Raton, Tuesday to visit with his friends between trains. Patronize home industry and buy your bakery goods at Weber's Restaurant and Bakery. Rev. P. Kretzschmar of Optimo conducted Lutheran services in this city Friday evening of last The News is working for you and the community every week. What are YOU, not the other fellow, do ing for it ' The first cutting of alfalfa is in full sway now and the farmers and ranchers report a big hay crop at this time. Heavy rains visited this section Monday, coming at an opportune time when the crops were about to be irrigated. im Curtis went to R...

Publication Title: Cimarron News And Cimarron Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
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