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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 29 January 1909

S WHALEBONE 6 EDQAR n. LEWIS HAS PRACTIC ALLY CORNERED SUPPLY. Million Dollars' Worth of the Stock Shut Up In Hit New Bedford, Mass., Storei Builneii Is Sort of Qamble. Now llodford, Mnss. A million dol lorH' worth of whnlchone, prncllcnlly nil (ho whnlohono In tho world, will In a fow weeks ho stored In tlio vnro Iiourch of William Lewis & Bon, on Itoilmnn street. This fortuuo In whntohono Is con trolled by ono man, Kdsnr H. LowIb, nnd If tho whnlohono inniiufncturors of tho world want nny of It thoy will havo to como up to tho captain's olllco and scttlo, for on top of tho fnct Hint for n yenr over IGO.OOO pounds of tho bono hns been on hand In this city with hardly n transaction, comes tho announcement to tho whnlobono man ufacturers that practically nil tho whaling morchnnts hnvo ngrccd not to send tholr steamers to tho Arctic ocenn noxt year. This wilt nllow tho prcsont lnrgo stock of whnlobono to bo worked eft. nnd tho whnllng grounds will got n rest. TI1C80 grounds In tho...

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. — 29 January 1909

OP INTEREST TO MOHE-SEEKERS AND DRY PARMER5. In his annual report made pub He today the secretary of the inte rior in the course of a general di scussion of various phases of the. problems now presented by the disposition of the public domain to homcseckcrs makes some sugges tions of deepest interest to home seekers and dry farmers. Under the heading "Desert Lands and dry Farming" thcsccrctnry says: The developing of dry farming and the extension of irrigated areas has brought under cultivat ion many thousands of acres of the public domain that hitherto were considered practically worthless. It is therefore necessary to care fully consider how the remain ing portions of the public domain should be used. 1 think it clear that the remaining lands should be classified in accordance with the general plan outlined in the report of commissioner of the gen cral land office. Under such a clus sification the government could readily provide means for thcidis sposition of these lunds in such ...

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. — 5 February 1909

wmmmm III I II Willi I II II i m UllUa I I i !! I'l I WHIM II I I I WliWIM nra vmm!'.$?mtirz in ' 1 m w i i n w f WW CARRIZOZO NEWS " i i i i i i 1M A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 9. CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FEBRUARY S. 1909. NUMBER 49 3m CIRCULAR LETTER TO COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTS, The following circular letter from Hon. J. E. Clark, Supcrin tendent of Public Instruction, has 'been sent to all county superin tendents, with the request that it be given as much publicity as possible, and it is reproduced for the information of the boards of directors and the patrons of the schools: Section 1532, Compiled Laws of 1897 provides that, 1. On the second Monday in March (March 8th) school direc tors ahull post notices of election to be held by them on the first Monday in April (April 5th). Please note that the elections arc to be held by the directors serv ing, and not by any three persons, as was attempted in some coun ties lost year. 2. Only lega...

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. — 5 February 1909

k : ' ' ' i - '-5' - -S-W.r-r- ,r" IN TABLE DAINTIES CHICKEN WITH TOMATO PUREE 18 EXCELLENT. Even If Forced to Make, the Bett of Canned Qoodi, a Moit Appetlz InQ Meal Is Here Pro vided For. Wild fowl and tamo reign on out company tables. No winter Booms just rltjiit without n wild duck, a prnl rlo clilckon, u partridge or qtinll, yet tlio prices havo noito up bo high In re cent yearn Hint llio lnlddlo class can not nrrord to Indulgo In gamo nt nil. Ah duck and clilckon farina linvo In creased In numbers, bottor poultry Is obtnlnnblo from tlio point of toxturo of moats, quality nnd ago. Wo mny linvo young clilckcnn any day of tlio yenr, and nro uuro of getting a young duck, n young turkey or n young gooso If wo ask for It. Young fowl simply roasted nro tlio daintiest meats to bo placed on tlio tnblo. Sometimes old fowl nro n cent or two clicapor a pound, and nro fit for stows or pica. A chicken with tomato purco Is very good. In tlio nbsenco of fresh tomatoes It Is posslblo to buy to...

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. — 5 February 1909

KSadetorder OWN AOP 770? QUAKER CITY wmrRY TO SOLVe DOMESTIC PR0BW In an attempt to boIvo u grcnt do tnostlc problem llio board of city trtiutB In Philadelphia lms undertaken tho erection of n inodol town within two tulles of tho geographical conter of l'lilladoliilila. This community Is to bo Biipplloil with hent and light nnd hot water from n common center, nnd tho llotn of rent Ih to cover totnl coat of thoso ronvonlcnccB. Hrlelly, tho jdnn Is to glvo every family IntorcHtod In tho ontorprlso n sopnrnto nnd ills tlnct homo of tho very highest charac tor nt tho vory lowest rental, and to npply tho groator economic principle of concentrated power with n vlow to reducing tho cost of lio.u and light and hot water to tho minimum. Tho chief purpoKo of (his novol ox porlment Is to earn Increased rov- (llrurd, In his will, Htlpulated that not I nn men or innu owucii ny mm nl tho time of lila death should ever ho Bold, and tho bonrd of city trusls, which rop. reHcnts tho city of Philadelp...

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. — 5 February 1909

the'carrizozo news I'nulUhedavtrjr t'rlclr at Cakkizozo Nkw Mkxico. Kntnrfd n noec'nil elniw matter Jnno 12, 1 tKVl.nl tlm iKwtolilm nt Ciirrliiiio, New Mexico, antler tlio Act nt Moreli 3, S. I Nil. A. IIA1.KV, IMItor. HUlWOIIU'riONKATEBl Dno Vr, . ilx Months, .... 1 1. W 11.00 The lower house of congress has set February 20th as the date for the Hamilton statehood bill. It seems almost certain that the bill will pass the house, but its fate in the senate is problemati cal. It is, of course, among the possibilities that the senate will favor the bill, but the time is so short that it will very likely die from over-talk. The winters nt Carrizozo arc so mild as to permit building and outside improvements to continue throughout the season without cessation. Judging from the number of buildings going up, and in contemplation, the coming year promises extraordinary ad vances, from a residence and com mercial standpoint, for this town. The board of county comtnis sioucs of Quay county, a...

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. — 5 February 1909

ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Perry Humphrey Is in town today from Little Creek. Harry Chant has had sonic land plowed on his homestead west of town, preparatory to growing a garden. He intends sonn to Uirn a larger acreage and attempt dry farming. John H. Skinner is having a dwelling moved from the rear of his restaurant building to face on Walnut street. Joe While has the contract, and is moving the house by means of rollers. Hoy Cofcr entertained a number of young people last Friday even ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. Cofcr. Cards furnished the principal medium of entertain ment, which was later supple mented by a delightful lunch, and the guests, departing at a late hour, declared Roy a success as a host. A. II. Norton came in last night from Grant county, where he has been the past two weeks, and went to his home at Jicarilla today. While away, Mr. Norton visited Sylvauitc, the new gold camp, but failed to sec anything more promising there than may be found in Lincoln county. The work ...

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. — 5 February 1909

KANSAS HAS SOMG WIND. Wc often henr this expression: "This is the windiest country I ever saw!" and few attempt a de nial; not because it is undeniable, hut because we have so many days in tin; year that arc perfectly ideal that wc overlook the croak er's plaint, and change the subject. Once in a-while, however, wc hear that the wind blows a little In other sections of the country, and wc make mention of the fact, merely as a reminder. We are in receipt of a letter from Kay Hall, who went to Wichita, Kansas, last week. A portion of his letter reads: "The wind blew worse a day or two ago than it ever did. in NcwMex ico. 11 reaction a vciocuy 01 i miles an hour. It blew down houses, trees, large signs and plate glass front3. Two people were blown down on the pave mcnt, one wagon upset and the roof of a street car was torn off." llettcr come back to New Mex ico, Kay. Notice for Publication. Department nt tho Interior, U. H. Land OHIr-nt lloawell, N. M., Deicmlwria Notice, la hcreliy ul...

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. — 5 February 1909

It- 3 Welch & Titsworth H O w O O New School Books As per List adopted by the Territorial Hoard of Education. ! 4 i t3 w o a C3 H O O pa o a h W3 Barbed Wire. Sash Doors, Glass, Paints and Oils. WINDOW GLASS. STOVES. Agents for Cooper's Sheep Dip. McCalPs Patterns We Buy Mohair. WELCH & TITSWORTH. CAPITAN. T.J. Moore, the Nogal incr- S. C. Wiener drove his Reo Seven cars of iron piping were Carrizozo next week to begin work chant, was in Carrizozo yesterday, down from White Oaks Tuesday, unloaded out from Coyote north, on the old trainmaster's quarters. Wayne Van Schock was a busi- George Thorp was down from Inst week, and the work of laying which, when repaired, will he ness- visitor from White Oaks on Jicarilla on Tuesday transacting pipe on the extension of the pipe used by the railroadmen's club. Saturday. business and greeting friends. nc began. W. M Reily is preparing to L. II. Rudisille was down from R. O. Ficht has taken the Attorney A. II. Hudspeth came fence his ho...

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. — 5 February 1909

CARRIZOZO NEWS CAIUUZ07.0 NEW MEXICO A Literary Hint. Many persons, old and young, vera surprised, two or threo wcoks ago, when tho death of Mrs. Julia Flotchor Carnoy was announced, to learn that ho was tho author ot that llttlo poom, which seems as If It must havo writ ten Itsolf nges ago, Llttlo drops of water. i uttio wains or sand, ' Tho authorship of tho vorsos has been ascribed to others, but examina tion of tho ovldonco scorns to docldo tho matter In favor ot Mrs. Carney. Bug was also tho author ot anothor poem which has had iilraost as wldo a circulation and has probably exer cised an oven greater porsonal Influ ence tho verses beginning: Deal gently with tho erring. It Is lutorcsting, and to many a young man cr young woman of, liter nry tastes It may bo usoful to notlco how many successes ot this kind thoro havo boon. Longfellow's "Pjalm ot 'Llfo," Judged by puroly literary stan dards, is commonplace, yet It Is hotter known and bolter liked than anything olso ho ovor wroto...

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. — 5 February 1909

Four Celebrations of New Year s Day ' EV YI3AH la celebrated In thin country nt leant an four different dntca In nil illtlan to tho regular na tlonnl Now Yenr'a colobra. tlnn tin Jnnmirv 1. Thn first of tliPso foreign colobrntlons will bo tlint of tlio arockg nnd UiiBslnns nnd n few otbor nntlnnnlltles which Udhoro to old stylo dntos. Thoy will hnvo Now Year on Jimunry 14, 13 days Inter thnn tho Now Year of tho now Htylo. Next In onlor comes tho Chi nese New Yonr, on Pobrunry 13, nnd, lint a dny Inter, February 14, comes the Mohnmincdan llrst dny of tho year. Tho Jowlah Now Yenr fnlls lienly nlno inontha later, about thu middle of 8o bor, on tho flrat day of the month of "Tlahrl." Tho colobrntlons vnry both In nc enrdnnco with tho rcllglona of tho va Hons peoples nnd their cllmntlo, laclnl nnd nntlonnl charactorlHtlca. Willi tho ((rooks, Ituasluna, Servians, Hulgnrlnna and Miiccdonlnus, all of whom ndhore to tho Greek Catholic church, New Year's Is tmo of tho moBt lilcnsant If not t...

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. — 5 February 1909

SOME OOOD BILLS. Hon. John Y. Hewitt, who re presents this district in the terri torial council, has introduced several bills in that body which we hope will become law. Among1 the number may be noted a bill providing' for the election of district attorneys; pro vided, however, that the governor may appoint district attorneys to serve until Jan., 1911, at which time the elected district attorney, having been chosen by the peo ple in the general election of 1910 shall qualify. There seems little room for opposition to this bill, for it is certainly as reasonable for the people to elect their dis trict attorneys as to elect their sheriffs. Another bill proposed by Mr. Hewitt is to reduce the transpor tation of passengers by railroads in this temtofy to three cents a mile. This certainly is not a radical proposition, although the railroads will kill it if possible Wc arc reliably informed that this measure will pass both houses, and as the governor fa vors it there is little question a...

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. — 12 February 1909

CARRIZOZO NEWS. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME '). CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NBW MEXICO, FEBRUARY 12, I'JO'J. NUMHKR 50 KILLED IN THU YARDS. A frightful accident hap pened in the railrond yards licrc Monday afternoon during a violent sand storm, in which Chas. L. Kite was instantly killed by the switch engine and three cats passing over mm. it ap-i Spencc Undertaking Parlors and was largely attended. Much sym pathy is felt for the widow and orphans, in their loss of husband and, father. . ..n. IIALP A1ILLION DOLLAR SCHOOL BOND ISSUE Otic of the most imnnrtntil .... 1 i. ...i i - :.,.. puars im.w... mucr uiu uKK. meaBUrc8 evcr cctcd by a New c.l to get the wrecking car and a Mcx,C(J ,c,H,ulure all(, mcasurc tliijtis most likely to be most far reaching in its effects upon the crew ready to proceed to Audio, where a wreck had occurcd some hours previously, to assist in clearing the track. The deceas ed man was one of those ordered out, and was hurrying ac...

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. — 12 February 1909

Carrizozo News cAiuuxozo, NEW MEXICO. "Women should woar what thoy like," Bays n famous sociologist. Thoy usually do, my dear, thoy usually do. Oormnny Iiiih not wild much about It, but last year hIio paid $30,000,000 to Invalid workmen In tho way of old-ngo pensions. A Now York nthhrto vaiits $20,000 damaRCH from tho girl who Jilted him. This bIiowb that no matter how strong n man may bo, a irl can usually throw him. FOR COFFEE THAT 18 GOOD. Women In Now York lmvo formed nn aero club. It Ih useless for tho men to think that tho women wilt bo satis fied oven when tho men got off the Rtirfnco of tho earth. Mr. Edison thlnku tho present typo of ncroplnnn will not bo tho flying mnchlno of tho future At tho proper tlmo Mr. Edison will drop n fow gunrd ed hints ns to tho future airship. A Judgo In iudlaun lmH decided thnt tho letters "O. K." moan "All right." Hut think of tho darkness which must becloud tho Indlnnn mind when such n question hns to bo taken to court , A crnblieiTold bnchc...

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. — 12 February 1909

1p. SOME SHOE STYLES PLAIN LEATHER AND CLOTH BOTH BEING WORN. Women Have a Great Variety to ChooBe From This Season Dainty Pieces of Footgear Replace Mannish Styles. Tlio plain leather bIiou wilt continue to 1)0 111 gOOtl Rt)'l0, bill ItH SUCCCSSfUl rival in Ilia cloth fllioo w 1 1 h tho curved patent leather vump and hcolpleco. It Ih most be coming to tho foot and is n return to nn old stylo when wo m on InsUtcd upon footgear tlmt mndo their foot look dnlnty mid ainnll. Recently worn on Imvo not cared whether tholr bIioob woro No. A or No. C. no It wna not fiiBlilonnblo to hnvo thorn umall. Tho few women who continued to wear French kid nnd IiIrIi heels to show off their foot woro looked upon na quaintly vnln. Rut wo nro coming back to all Ihoso old fashioned vnnltlea this Benson. Fulso hair, cosmctlcB, very whlto hands, Rllm figures nro nil symbols of n rovolutlon In tho minds of women nbout whnt they consider pretty. Tho nthtotlc typo has mado placo for tho French typo, or what h...

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. — 12 February 1909

3U THE CARRIZOZO NEWS VublUheilaterr Krlitar l Cahkizozo - Nkw Mhxico. Kntwil ocmiil tlw mallor Jimx 12, IKH.nl Ilia iKti)lllr(i Ht ('nrrli'itn, Now Motion, under th Act nr Mnrcli :i, IW, I NO. A. IIAI.KV, Hilltor. BU 1180111 1TION UATKHi One Your, lit Montliii II.MI 11.00 HARD ON THE TOPERS. Among- the house hills intro duced in the territorial legisla ture this week is a bill to license drinkers of intoxicating liquors. The bill provides that each man who desires to drink intoxicating liquors must pay S5 for a license, the money to go in the school fund for indigent pupils. The license must contain full descrip tion of the person to whom issued such as color of eyes and hair, height) age, etc., must appear on the back thereof and no license will be transferable. The saloon keeper is required to use due dili gence in finding out that the holder of the license is the right party and if any liquor dealer sells liquor to any person without a license he is liable to a fine for each and...

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. — 12 February 1909

;NOncuop SAI.IJ OP nOkUJAUUD NOTIUU 18 JIKHCIIY (liVls.S, I. 'ibiiiuhoui iwlwiuu Jim. -1 nuil rVI. 10, lluf, tiinrowtia filial lu the lliairicl Court nl l.tiuiiiii colli ti .uw Mexico, ii null entitled W. . IUiuwihxI miiU U. H. H i tvut 111, llll.tlll, . Tniii.tcu Aimilu i't at., iluftiiil.iina, All. II.M. i. rn.iiiim mi i ii ru ul Mill mih wn mill la lo i.iicoIj.u mmiiii iiiuiiMiun fXiiiilml Ii) tht) uriHiiilHiiU liiiii.luu Allium nuil in wilu. Iin.i.m M. Ho .malm lu Urn iliiiiiiiiiii, tu aitum Inn .iiy niliitol hii luleuliiliiviii Imui IIhi iteiviuMiiii I'liiintej Auuiiii, tu i.il iiiaua.n, tuiiiuiiifiK-uu , Ihjiim uulinl oiluilliM'r Hi liUI, a. 1'iuijii u iiivnl ul luiMUotum nuil urilur for tlittadiuui iiiu iuiiitjr ili'Nwriinil iu Mini llloriiMiM Wiruiilul ul mill ilium oil .tluuat It, Iimi, u .ii tnm .iin Jiiiliriiiimia wiw niluiiiiiii lij uiuriit uuuri, Jii.j K, itu, mhI juiliiwiiom mm immriit riiiuriuiluiiiiiitiuriiiH on itomii Hi Iiiu urn, out lliBturmil lu iliatiiut milt ul...

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. — 12 February 1909

ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Fred Crosby was up from Three Rivers Inst night. Fred was after a horscthicf and a horse; the hitter he secured but the slick-fiugurcd gentry was still in the lead. Robert Hoffman, the brake-man who was injured in the wreck Monday, was taken to the hospi tal at Alamogordo. His injury consisted of a fractured leg. and some lesser injuries. Today is Flag1 Day and also the one huudrcth anniversary of the birth of Lincoln, and many of the schools have a special pro gramme for the occasiou. The Carmozo schools will present an interesting programme this af ternoon at the school building. A boy by the name of Kalph Van Nalkcnburg was arraiged before Justice Perry Monday morning on the charge of steal ing a gun from J. O. Nabous. Mr. Nobows captured the culprit near Oscuro, recovered his gun and brought the offender to Cur ri 7,07.0. The defendant entered a plea of guilty and was sent to jail, Constable John Adams tak ing him to Lincoln Tuesduy. Fire destroyed a large amou...

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. — 12 February 1909

Welch & Titsworth w o W o o New School Books As per List adopted by the Territorial Hoard of Education. tJ w o a & H O O P i I yj H a o CJ H W Barbed Wire. Sash Doors, Glass, Paints and Oils. WINDOW GLASS. STOVES. Agents for Cooper's Sheep Dip. McGall's Patterns We Buy Mohair. o WELCH & TITSWORTH CAPITAN. IVJ4 Win. S. IJournc in in town today from Capitan. Cliarlcs Spcucc was a visitor from White Oaks Tuesday. George Murray was up Satur day and Sunday from Tuiarosa. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Kelly went to Abunogordo yesterday. Joe Ash ford, postmaster at Os cura, was in Carrizozo Wednes day . T. Howard was over from Cap itan few days this week on school business. J. E. Koonec of Nogal is assist ing in taking stock this week in People's store. Perry Hightower of Capitan now holds the ribbons on the Capitan fast express. John II. Greer of Nogal spent three or four days here this week renewing acquaintance. Mrs. Dr. Frick went over to Qapitan yesterday to join her husband at Fort ...

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. — 12 February 1909

WOMAN RUNS RANCH MRS, R. GRUMBLES IS NEW MEX ICO CATTLE QUEEN. Widow with Seven Children Success fully Manages Large Place An Expert with the Lariat and Branding Iron. Memphis, Tcnn. Mrs. It. Qrunibles of Carrlzozo, N. M., Ib n resourceful jllllo womnn, n good niothor, an lm innculato housekeeper, a business woman, n ranch owner and "tlio cattlo on a thousand hills" boar licr mark nml brand. Her ranch homo Is flvo miles north of tho town. It la a beau tlful llttlo homo In tho vnlloy, nostled nt tho foot of tho mountains, whoro tho odor of tho codar floats through her cool rooms, lending additional rest fulncBH to tho placo. Virginia crcopcr and bitter Hwout vines shado tho gal lory and a sweet cglantlno brier grows closo to tho door. Other roses thrive vggp and tho "salt cedar" wavoB Its long plumes of pink llowora gracofully to tho mountain brcuzo. .Mrs. Orumhlos wont to Now Mexico 20 years ago with her husband, and 17 of theso ycarH havo boon spent at hor Carrlzozo ranch. Sho was ...

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