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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 8 January 1909

CARRIZOZO NEWS. A Journal Devoted t5 the Interests of Lincoln County. ; ; V VOLUME '). CAKRI'OZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, JANUAKY H, tvoJ. NUM-BEK 45 nONOAY'S BLECTION. ' Next Monthly justices of the peace n ml constables arc ,to tic elected in nil precincts, to serve the ensuing two yoars. The election of town or prc:inct of ficers in much more important tlmn ninny people think, ns good officers produce pcncahlc nutl fsut isfnetory conditions, nntl had of ficers the reverse turmoil nnil unrest. The office of justice of the pence is not particularly n desirable one, and it is often difficult to tret suit able men to lilt the position. Kc ineniboring the mistake made in this precinct two years ago, a number of our best citizens got ctl in southern New Mexico, will be hut a spectre. The Kctl Man is doomed to go out of existence. Today the few thousand of them still existing occupy great rcscr vatiotis which should he thrown open to settlement nutl improve ment to the hard v white ...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 8 January 1909

DISHES THAT ARE DIFFERENT. Pleasant Surprises a Hotteis May Set Deforc Her Quests, Thoro nro ninny times when tho JoiiHohcopor who expects compiiny wants to set hi for her Kiiests buiiio IhltiK Hint In ii llttlo different, hut which Hho enn mnlto lir(ir wlthaiit tho nimniiiiH orn iirofotiHloiinl caterer, 'llio rcnlpcH kIvoii b"low nro onsy to mnko for u person of nveniKo loiowl i'iIko of rookery, mill do not requlro bo miiuh tilfort thnt thu IiohIush need tiro hotsoir. Thoy nre not too olnborato, hut dopnrt from those of tho cook hookH: I'lnimpple Rmw. Sonk tho contonlB or lmir n box o' s-'l-atlno In wntor nnil when dissolved ndd n cupful of i;rntod pineapple icunncil or olhonvlBo), mid I ho Julco or one lemon, n ouprtil of boll ln? wnter. ami n cupful of susnr; strain nnil sot awny to hnrdon. Ah booii iik tho hanlniiltiK process bof-lns. whip (iiilckly with tin mesibeutor nnil fold In tho whites of llvo okkh. Mold In eggshells and servo In any fanciful wny. Ico Crwiin rake. C renin...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 8 January 1909

mm BRicrGm UNITED STATES SENATOR FROM SOUTH CAROLINA PRAISES PE RU NA. Uf o. LUJO WW Ml wtijuirietAHm. Hi Til JUL IB IflFlllW St. John's cnthodrnl, being erected by tlio KilKcomlliiiiH at Now York, has boon considered tlio most nmgnlllcont attempt at church arcliltecturo tti Amorlcn. but within tlio next hIx yenra tlio Catholic cathedral, now building at St. I.oiiIh, bids fair tn rival In grnmlour ami homily oven that tout llc. Tliii construction uf this now Cathollo cathedral Ih IioIiik watched with over-Increasing Interest. Tho layliiK of tho corner-stone u short tttno ago waH tho occasion of tho moot ipleiiilhl ceremonies In which dlstlii julHhcd vlBltors from afar, it Hpcclal oprosontnllvo of tho popo, and 10.000 TathollcH took part. According to Archbishop Olonnon, ho Cathodral will ho complotod with n six yoarri. Tho cost of tho oxtorlor Mil bo $1,600,000. and of tho Interior, lion complotod. nnothur million. Tho OHt of (ho otto al I.lndol! boulnvnrd ml Nuwstend nvonuo was $11...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 8 January 1909

H THE CARRIZOZO NEWS l'ut)llliedtty Friday l Cakkizozo Nnw Mitxtco. Kntnrnl n ncconil cliwn innllor Jnnn 12, lWH.nl llui xliilllrn nt Cnrrlrnzn, Now Mttitco. nmler Ilia Art of March :i. 1T1), I NO. A. II.W.IIV, Killlnr. HUIIHUIIIITION KATlCHi Duo Yaar, iix Montln, U.N) 11.00 Justice of Peace Election. For Justice of the Peace, Wc arc authorized to announce the candidacy of S. W. Perry for Justice of the Pence for Precinct No. 14, Lincoln county, New Mexico, at the ensuing' January election. For Constable. Wc arc authorized to announce the candidacy of C. W. Hyde for Constable of precinct No. 14, Lincoln County, Mew Mexico, at the ensuing January election. For Constable. Wc arc authorized to announce the name of P. C. Baird as a can didate for constable of Precinct No. 14, Lincoln county, N. M., at the ensuing January election. The Chamber of Commerce had an interesting meeting Wednesday night. Matters in which our people arc very much interested were discussed, and plans for a campa...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 8 January 1909

TMIJ NISW COUNTV OPPICtiKS TAKI2 CIIANOU. The new county officers were duly installed this week at tlio meeting oT tlie comity commis sioners at Lincoln, and have as sinned tlicir duties in their re .speetivc offices. From our know ledge of the men and nil that wc have been ahlc to learn, they will perform their duties faithfully. They arc all (food, straight men, capable of lining' the respective offices to which they have been elected, and should finish their terms with satisfaction to the people and credit to themselves. TEACHEKS EXAMINATION. All teachers holding permits, and all who are without certifi cates and who desire to teach, are required by the Superintendent of Public Instruction to pass an examination; and January 15 and !h has been named as the date. All permits will expire on January 15, and arc not subject to renewal. The examination will be conduct ed at Carrizoxo on the dates named. , J no. A. IIai.uv, Stipt. of Schools. On account of the mild fall and winter weat...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 8 January 1909

ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Scarcely ii day passes that some prospective settler iloes not (jet off the train at this station, jjjtiltc a number arrived during the past week, nnd have been looking over the country. On Tuesday a carload of farming im Smplemeuts, wagons, household goods, etc., belonging to some settler, were unloaded ut this station. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Aragon, of Lincoln, l.st two children from scarlet fever last week, one a boy of live who died on January 2, and the other, eleven months, dviuir December 31. Two other children in the same family are recovering from the same mal idy. The Nitws joins the friends of the family in extending sympa thy.' The Rcbokah lodge ntCapitan, instituted several years ago, has been transferred to Carrizozo, where a majority of its members now reside. The new lodge held its first meeting Tuesday evening in the Hank buildinir. It was a well attended and an cnthutd nstic meeting, and augured well for the future of the lodge and a large membership....

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 8 January 1909

9 Welch fit Titsworth w u w fa a o 03 New School Books As per List adopted by the Territorial Board of Education. w o s CJ 8 W H O O in W O w h Barbed Wire. Sash Doors, Glass, Paints and Oils. WINDOW GLASS. STOVES. I Agents for Cooper's Sheep Dip. JYlcCall's Patterns. We Buy Mohair. o a i n W v. w H O WELCH & TITSWORTH CAPITAN. Charles Spence was down from White Oaks Wednesday. P. C. Baird made a business trip Fort Stanton and Lincoln this week. Jones Taliaferro of White Oaks was a visitor in Carrizozo the first of the week. Harry Coinrcy and D. W. Glenn were down from the Ancho coun try last Saturday. Miss Margaret Prude is up this week from Tularosa, visiting' her sister, Mrs. Ira Wctmorc. Luther Heard, a son of Samuel Heard, of Richardson, was in Carrizozo on Sunday of this week. Mrs. T. B. Meek or the east tide has been seriously ill the oast week, but is reported much letter. Paul Owen, of Lincoln, passed hrough Monday on his way ot ilcssilla Park, where he is a Itemi ng th...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 8 January 1909

Oavvizozo News CARRIZOZO, NEW MEXICO. Worthy Versus Worthless Citizens. A profossor In tlio Andovor Thoo loglcnl seminary uncu mot n iiinn going to tho town mooting. Said tlio pro fessor: "What nro thoy going hrlns up at tlio mooting today, Drown?" Drown replied, with n snarl: "1 dun no what thoy'ro goln' to bring up, hut whutovor It Is, I'm goln' to oppose It." Tlio zcnl of this particular clllr.cn was of quostlonaulo ndvantngo lo IiIh town. Homo so-called reformers hnvo u Hplrlt imforlunnloly similar, any n writer In Applutou'H Magazine. An Irish team star In a cortalti Now England town hires n man to drlvo for him when over tho IIouiibo question Is put to volu. Ho takcB tho wholo ilny off. Ho votes no IIcoiiho htmsolf. Ho gets us many othoru iib ho onn to voto tho samo wny. A gontlotnnn naked him ono day why ho took bo much trou ble. Ho nusworoil: "Mo boy died of rum an' I do whnt I can to kuep other folks' hoys from dying tho snmo wny." This Ignorant tonmstor Is u citizen of tho...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 8 January 1909

SERVING W TERM "UNCLE N. D." ANNOUNCES COM INQ RETIREMENT. Veteran Congressman and Friend of Llncoln( 82 Years Old, Has Had Enough of Public Life Staked Fortune on Monitor. New Itnvcn, Conn. -Undo Nolioml nli 1), Sperry, iluiin of emigres. Iiiih Hrrvoil notleo on his uoustltuontB tlmt lio will never run for ollloo again. At t ho oloco or t hit turin to which ho linn jliHt lieun elected he will retire from IMihllo llfo, ho mi)'H. Tim :ihk1iik ot "N. I).," as everybody knowH him, will remove ouo of thu few remaining oIoho frlonilH nml oiu of n morn handful of tho Now Kngluiid advisors of Abra ham Lincoln. sperry wiih with Liu coin nt tho rounding of tho Ilopubllenn pnrty, nml ho has since nlwiiyH stood high In ItH councils. Wlum 'Tnclo N. 1)." tnkoB lit n. sent In congress ho will ho 82 yo.ru of ngo, several years older than any othor congressman chosen nt tho Inst olee tlnn. Ho will, therefore, bo 81 yonrs UNCLE "MDWPIM&T ohl at tho expiration of IiIh present turiu, but ho feels ...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 8 January 1909

J OSCURO NOTES J. V. I'M wards left for Maricopa Arizona, his old home, last Sun day, and will return in about two weeks. He tins business interests there that required his attention. IC. G. Kafferty and Lee B. Chase arc working on their respective mining properties in the Oscuros. Mart Goodinwasup from Three Rivers, New Year's. He is look ing line and appears to have en tirely recovered from his recent serious illness. Mr. Goodin in tends to move to the I X ranch and live with his sister, Mrs. Oalfce. Joe Ash ford, our worthy post master, has begun work on his new store building and postoflice. Capt. U. W. Roberts was over from 15stey Tuesday night. The Captain is in charge of the min ing company atEstey. Messrs. V. A. Lucicr and Lewis C. Garver have organized a well drilling company, and have secured the services of William A. Pcarcc, an expert geologist, who has made a special study of water formation. The company is now ready to demonstrate its faith in scientific geology, and g...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 15 January 1909

CARRIZOZO NEWS. ft t A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 9. CAKKIKOKO. LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, JANUARY IS, 1909. NUMBER -10 ;iPROCm'.l)INaS OP UOAUI) OP county connissioNnus Tlic Hoard of County Commis sioners met in regular session nt Lincoln N. M., on January 4 1909. Prosctr:: R. II. Taylor, Chair titan; R. A. Uuratt, member. C. W. Wingficld was sworn in as one of the members of the board. Hoard Hum proceeded to organize and upon motion, duly seconded, Mr. K. II, Taylor ".mis elected as Gliairiuan of tile Hoard for the cubing year. The Hood of J. G. Rigglc ap proved and sworn. Torctco Luccro's Hond as Pro bate Judge approved. Bond of K. A. Hurt as Assess or approved. Hond of Exchange Hank of Garrlzozo, N. M., for $11,000.00 lor deposit t.I Jotinty luntls ap proved. Hond of Peter A. bcumiut as Deputy Clerk approved. lionet ol Joint A. Haley as Supt. of Schools approved. Hoard adjourned to I o'clock l M. Hond of 'First Natiottal Hank of Koswell; N. M., f...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 15 January 1909

' fr IT. I, f op'-iupiiacunl n i ABOUT PERFECTION IN SOUP. Try the French Method of Preparing It with Vegetables. Whllo this dan been given boforo In theso columns, It Ib such a satisfac tory noup that I want ovory house keeper, young or old, to ndd It to hot Block recipes, and pass tho sccrot ol Its making on to her frleniln, says a 'writer In tho Chicago lifter Ocean. Tho ingredients required nro: Two cupfuls onch whlto turnip cut In cubes and potatoes cut In cubes, ono cupful carrot cut In cubes, ono cupful looks (tho whlto part), ono largo onion, a clovo of garlic, ono eschalot, a tnblo spoonful anil, thrco tnblcspoonfuls but ter, ono toastfoonful sugar, a third ton spoonful of icppor, and two quarts of water. Cut tho onion flno nnd cook In tho buttor for half an hour. This must bo dono slowly, protecting from scorch. Thon ndd tho boiling water and car rots and cook half an hour longor. Add turnips, potatoes and seasoning and cook nn hour. If you hnvo parsloy or corfoull add a t...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 15 January 1909

... M FOND OF ATHLETICS PRESIDENT HA8 SET GOOD EXAM PLE FOR CABINET MEN. rili Fondness for Healthy and Manly Sports Hrt Been Contagious with Advisers Wilson Not a Sport. Washington. Not tho least good that Theodoro HoosovoH, an president of tho United States, has dono his countrymen has been to quicken by precept nnd cxnmplo their lovo and appreciation of healthy, nthlctlo and tnniily sports. As n hnntur, n horso man, n pedestrian, n tennis playor, a boxer,- an exponent of jlu Jltsu In short, a follower of ovory wholesomo form of oxorclso and manner of uport tho president Iiuh sot an oxamplo that lins been contngloun nnd (hat will bear good fruit for many n day to cotuo. The eight serious and ono Jocund gontlomcn who stand at all times Camp of Secretary Straus at Dig Island Pond, Me. ready, If not anxious, to lend tholr counsol to tho president regarding tho piloting of tho ship of stato nro not unllko him In respect to their fondness for athletic recreation. Secretary Straun, who l...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 15 January 1909

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS Published rjr Friday at Cakkizozo Niuv Mkxico. Katensd Mnoeonilcliw matter Jnno I J. lOflfl.nt t tin pmUiffien (it Cnrrlimo, New Mexico, nnder tho Act of Mntcli 3, 180, I NO. At IIA1.KV, Kdltor. HUimCllllTlON I.ATHHl 3no fear. Jlx Months, II. W 11.00 A DYINd WAIL. Last week our neighbor, and would-be competitor, thought he had a grievance, and made an at tempt to injure Robt. H. Taylor and C. W. Wingficld, county com missioners. He took up most of his valuable (?) editorial space, which, in the past, had been de voted to clippings from his ex-1 changes, with an absurd, child ish, unjustified attack on these men, because they failed to give the ''Leading Paper in Lincoln County," locally known as the author of "The Home of the Apple," the county printing, and wound up his puerile screed with a threat of annihilation, or some thing similar, It was a statement not wan ranted by the facts an argu ment without reason and is en titled to and will receive no serious cons...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 15 January 1909

mlwmwmalmmlmmWmmwmMWaimimmmmwmmtmWmmmTlwmWWW HOMBSTBAOBRS MAY LOSE THEIR LANDS. Washington, Dec. 24. Thou sands of settlers on western puL lie lands will have trouble in com pleting their claims in the United States general land office. Many of them, through no fault or neglect of their own, will Iojc their farms entirely, together with the improvements they have made on them. The reason for this situation is found in the re cent classification by government geologists of large areas of public ands as coal lauds. Lands whic'i ontaitt deposits of coat, and which arc classed as coal lands under the law cannot be entered ns homesteads. Settlers occupy lntr sucli lanu, having not com pleted their titles, will be denied final papers. This surprising information is contained in a paper submitted to the national conservation com mission by Timothy J. Butler of the law division of the general laud office, and has the approval of Commissioner Dennett of the land office. At the present time t...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 15 January 1909

"" "' ' ' 1 1 ' PERRY AND ADAMS WIN. Monday's election in Carrizozo was a stirring event, the interest and excitement being fully equal if not greater tlinn at the gen eral election in November. Two hundred and forty-seven votes were cast) and the work for the various candidates never lagged) and the excitement continued until the ballots were counted and the names of the victorious candidates announced. There were two candidates for justice of the peace William Kahlerand S.W.Perry uud three for constable John Adams, C.,W. jivcic ami v. u. liatrd. Tnc re sult for justice was: William Kahlcr, 113 votes; S. W. Perry, 12'J: for constable, John Adams, 110; C. W. Hvdc, 65, and P. C. Uaird, 70. Under the law, the newly elected officers will assume their respective stations on the first Monday in February. aoNB no Santa fg. Judge John Y. Hewitt stopped over in Carrizozo Wednesday night, on his way to Santa Fc, where he goes to assume his dut ics as Councilman from this (lis tnct. He left l...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 15 January 1909

i . r a 1 1 vno num. mimNnqs noticrs .kwwwwwi K f CALL POK UIDS. Notice is hereby given Hint the Board of County Commissioners will receive scaled hids for pris doners' supplies as hereafter enu merated, on February IS, 190'J, at 11 o'clock a. m. 6 doz. boxes matches, Search light; 1 doz. suits underwear, medium weight, cotton, asst. sixes 32 to 38. 1 doz. pr. overalls, cheap; sizes 32 to 38 waist measure; 3 doz. pr. cotton socks; yi " each men's shoes, asst., No. 7, 8, '), common shoes; 2 doz. men's shirts, size 15 to 17; 1 box laundry soap; 2 doz, cakes lava soap; 1 bolt toweling; 1 box caudles. 10 lbs. Duke's Mixture tobacco; 2 caddys Battle Ax chewing tobacco; t doz. double comforts; 1 " single " 10 gal. coal oil; 2 doz. tin cups; 2 doz. tin plates; l doz. large tin dairy pans, 8qt; " stew kettles, 1 well, 5, 6 and 8 qt; 1 only enamel 21 qt. dish pan; 6 yds. oil cloth; 2 doz. large tin spoons; I only No. 2 lamp complete; 1 gul. harvester oil; 1 only squirt oil cuu; 4 doz. heavy ...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 15 January 1909

GREAT MID-WINTER ft? CLEARING SALE! In order to dispose of the balance of our Winter Goods and make room for our immense Spring Stock, which will begin to arrive early in February, we have decided to give the people of Carrizozo and vicinity the advantage of buying for the next 40 days, Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, &c, at prices never before equalled in Lincoln County. We will not waste time in going into details of this immense SLAUGHTER SALE OF HIGH GRADE MERCHANDISE. A call will convince you that we make good on every price quoted. Come and see for yourself and bo convinced that we actually do as we advertise. Men's Clothing and Furnishing Goods. Hen's Duck Coats. Having decided to discontinue handling the' Sincerity line of Men's Men's Duck Coats, blanket and sheen lined, reduced all along the Clothing, and having made large purchases for early spring, hc, The $3.00 kind, at thb stile $1.95 arrival of one of the most celebrated lines of Men's Clothing in Regular S2.50 o...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 15 January 1909

r i ' r' jT ( Welch S: Titsworth New School Books As per List adopted by the Territorial Uoard of Education. Agents for Sol C. Wiener wan down from White Oaks last night. C. M, Booker, who conducts a store at Bonito, in in town today. Dr. 15. J. Cowart of Capitan, is a visitor in town and will remain until Monday Mrs. John Martin, of Roswcll, U vUilimr her sister Mrs. Ira O. Wet more. Ilarkcy and Barlow shipped several car loads of goats Tues day to eastern markets. .1 iu vunivi it i.ut ni.ia. ' , .. . MissCorinneIIulbcrt,ofPccac- foVSSZXL 13,"r" 13. L. Gu mm was up from Sali nas one day this week. Auld Ti Cttm rnl1u 17nl tnrlf rtrrriB- , 1UIIUI1 . Wayne Van Schoyck returned to White Oaks Tuesday from Co rona, where he had gone to make a shipment of wool. In the justice election at No gaj Monday, J. 13. Kootice was reelected justice of the peace and J oil ti Littleton constable, Robt. II. Taylor, Chairman of iKctnn were elected iustice of the mMc and constable, respectively, muiii G...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 15 January 1909

CARRIZOZO NEWS CAHIUZOZO NI3W MEXICO What Kind It Worst? Many a norvous woninn has occasion to consider what kind of a nolso la moot likely to banish Bleep. It Is not strange that tho crusndo against un necessary notso should bo led by a woman, nnd that she should And thou sands of eager supporters among lior hox. Tho country and tho city present different problotns to tho seeker for quiet. Tis steady roar of the city street Is ofton less trying than tho per sistent crow of tho early-rising roostor or tho clang of tho cow-bell. Tho nolglibor who sifts coal nslios boforo light bolongs to tho samo class with tho ona who narrates his family affairs at dawn undor tho window In a loud and cheerful volco. The shriek of tho whlstlo, tho call of tho nowsboy, the ratilo of tho milk-cart aro all "trial some," as a certain old lady used to say of her children, but, says tho Youth's Companion, perhaps tho most unforglvnblo nolso for a sonsltlvo per , son Is one which recurs nt slightly Ir regul...

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