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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 27 August 1909

(Tatrt3030 IRewe. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. .v- VOLUME 10 CARRIZOZO. LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, AUGUST 27, 1909. NUM I J ICR 29 COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS. A Spcctil Stilton to CtnTiii the Comtjr Stt Electloi Ritinii. On Monday, August 23, 1909, the honorable hoard of county commissioners met at Lincoln, N-. M., pursuant to adjnuruincnt of the regular July, 1909, meet ing. Present: Robert A. Taylor, chairman; C. W. Wingllcld and R, A. Durau, memhers, C. A. Stevens, sheriff; J. G. Rigglc, clerk. The minutes of a special ses sion of the board of county com missioned of the county of Lin coln, territory of New Mexico, regularly called to assemble at the courthouse in said Lincoln county on 23rd of August, 1909, were read and approved. It appearing that a certified copy of the order of this board, made on the 7th day of July, 1909, calling an election to be held on the 17th of August, 1909, on the proposition to remove the county scat to (Jarrizozo in said L...

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. — 27 August 1909

CARRIZOZO NEWS CA1UUZ07.0 NEW MEXICO INCREASE AS THEY TRAVEL Circumstance That Shows How Stories Are Magnified In Their Repetition. Hnglnnd's recent fright over nn tin nglncd nlrshlp from (lermnny Is parnl lulcd by tho amazing tlgor senro which tut cuntral nml nouth Wales In com motion about seven yenra ago. It ob roportcd tlmt a tlgor had es caped from a traveling monngurlo at Hrccon. Mangled shocp wero said to mark Us courno across country to Llnndrlndod WcIIb, nomo farmers lost tliolr dogs and on mnrkot days at llullth. Hrccon, Pcnybout nndLlanmnr rach tho wild beast was tho conter of rumor. Country schools wero closed bocnuBo parents feared to lot their children go nhmg tho roads, and bonds or armed men sought to hunt tho tlgor down. This stnto of terror lasted n week, though no person was found who had actually seen tho tlgor, but only peo plu who "had henrd that soma ono elso," nml bo forth. Then tho truth wan hunted down, and tho origin ol tho whole affair discovered at tho r...

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. — 27 August 1909

FOR WARM WEATHER NUMEROU8 PRETTY THINGS IN TUB TEXTURES. White Qowni, Both Plain Tailored and Elaborate, Are Much Worn Smart Muslin Hat Alio In Great Favor. Midsummer nintorlnln how n do cldcd profcronco fur tub textures, nnd aurcly nothing In mora comforting to tlm body In wnrm wenther than n cov ering which enrt wntth, nnd which ontlics tlio eyes nnd norvos bcRldos with Imtnnculnto whltcncBs or dollcnto flowor tints. Whlto has Its usiinl tremendous voruo nnd plain tnllured gowns In A Girlish Frock or Linen. Ililg nro countless In numbor nnd rnrled In style, but there Is n special ivcnluicss fur Iho fussier thing. Such iinicrlalfl ns ndiult of pretty hnndwurk tucks, embroidery nnd dnlnty luce (IkIiirs nrc much to thu foro for out jMown wenr. . Kvcrythlng now shown. In fnct, bur Rests coolness, p.ulmpes nnd sleaves bolttB only mi axctme for concealment with their itnllnod nets, tucked Rnuzcs nnd open oyelot needlework; while eonU have dropped slcovos entirely nnd hendgenr nssumed so...

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. — 27 August 1909

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS ebllhed?tf Krld at Carrizozo Nkw Mrxico. Knt.rail m ancoBil claaa matter Jnn II, lC6H.at th ttfHc at Orrlmto, N.w M.iloo. under Um Actnf March 3, ,t)UM)0IlirriON hATH8l 3ne yr $I.W III Manlhi lt.00 f NO. A. IIAXKY, . Killlor. The commissioners met at Lin coln Monday to canvass the elec tion returns of the 17th. Bjr ref erence to another column in this issue, it will be seen that the only change the official figures make is in precinct 10, Ruidoso. The official count there gave Carrizozo 26 to Lincoln 35, instead of Car rizozo 25 to Lincoln 36, as at first reported. The total vote is as reported, except that the Ruidoso vote makes a slight change in the individual totals, Carrizozo is credited in the official count with 900 votes instead of 899, and Lin coln with 613 instead of 614, making 1,513 votes cast and in creasing Carrizozo's majority to 287. FOR TRADE Wanted to trade Angora docs for gentle work team. Must be gentle and true pullers. J. W. Stkvknson. Ruidos...

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. — 27 August 1909

NOTICE. li appearing thai u ccrlillcd OflpV of tlio order (if this hoard, mailt on the 7th day of July Oalliii"; an election to he held on tlio 17th dav of Antrum. I'JU'J on lit u proportion to remove the aouniy seal to Carrixogo in said aotmly has been puhlished for four coiiseeeutivi' weeks iiniucd ialuly pri.tr to such election in thu Caukizozu Nhw.h, a news paporuf general circulation pub lished in said county, and hy hand hills posted up at three of thu most puldic places In each pruuiuct al leal four weeks prior to said election, held on the 17th day "f August I'JO'J. And it further appearing Unit the n'limi- of .a if' election held in said Lincoln county, pursuant tn said order aforesaid, on the 17th dav of August The Hoard, acting as a hoard of canvassers, dul v proceeded to carefully uxi'iuiue the poll hooks autl certificates of each precinct in said county, and continued in i?nsion for the purpose of such cxaiuinction. canvass and ascer tainment continuously. That said hoa...

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. — 27 August 1909

ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Our principal merchants have gone to the eastern markets to make their fall and winter pur chases, which will he on u larger scale than heretofore. Geo. C. Hopkins, who has heen engaged in developing his min ing properties south of town, came in contact with some pois onous vine, and both hands are badly affected. He is having these useful but now useless members treated, and hopes to overcome the bad effects of the poison soon. J. l Nash, at one time station agent at Capitan, is now super intendent of tcrmnals for the 13. P. & S. W., with headquart ers at El l'aso. Since leaving Capitan, Nash has tried his hand as despatcher, brakeman, opera tor and conductor. He spent about a year in Capitan and will be remembered by many. Last week, in the hurly-burly incident to the election, wc over looked the item of the marriage of Geo. L. Uillard and Miss Ger trude Forbes, both of Nogal, which was solemnized at Lincoln. Mr. Dillard has lived for many years at Nogal, and...

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. — 27 August 1909

Welch S: Titsworth w O sa w in w o K w 8 CO CJ O w h Wholesale and Retail General Merchandise -5 o r w o 8 o S3 1-4 O w W C5 WELCH & TITSWORTH. C A PI TAN. Mr. and Mrs. VV. Ferguson and Hon. John Y. Hewitt of White join her husband. She called at children, of the Mesa, arc here Oaks, and W. C. McDonald of this office and had her name on u week's visit with friends. W, L. Gutnm went to El Paso R. R. Larkin, of Las Vegas, an old New Mexico educator but now traveling for Gttin & Co., this place attended the County placed on our subscription list. Commissioners court at Lincoln Albert Kicglcr, of the firm of hook dealers, was in Carrizozo Monday. Zicirlcr Bros., left on Sunday's Wednesday, He visited the court- to return tonight. Miss Allic Johnson is a new employe in Kicgtcr Bros, store. She has have charge of the mil liuery department. J. S5. Kuntz, late roundhouse foreman at this point, is reported to have charge of the Clovis shops for the Santa Fc company. A. Dunn, a sheep ...

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. — 27 August 1909

SUCCESSOR TO DIAZ Mexloo Concerned Over Coming VIcc-Prcsidcntlal Election. Ramon Corral, a Proteae of Diaz, and Oen. Reyes, Idol of Army, Lead Ino Candidates Now, With Jose Llmantour a Poitlblllty. City of Mexico. What Ib qulto Ron crnlly concoded to bo equivalent to u campaign for tho prcHldcncy of Mex ico is now holm? wnc,od In this coun try, tho contcstnnta bolnp; Ramon Corral, tho present vlco pronldent, and CJon. Ucrnnrdo Reyes, governor of tho Htato of Nuovo Leon. TIicbo men nro nctlvo candidates for vlco-presldent. Tho election Is not until next year, nnd tho rnco promises to bocomo very exciting by thnt tlmo. President Dlnss, who tins agreed to ac copt tho presidency for another term Ramon Corral, Vice-President of Mexico. of six years, will bo 80 yonrs old Sep tombor 1G, 1010, nnd It can hardly bo expected that ho will llvo out his term of office. Tho vlco-presldoncy of Mexico was created by nu amendment to tho con stitution six years ngo, nnd Ilnmon Cnrrnl wns thn first ma...

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. — 27 August 1909

E 1 find a nolo awaiting htm. It was has- I tlly scrawled on Government houss pa- I MORE per. "If you will ask for mo at tho TnJ The Madness of Sari By Prince Vladimir Vaniatshy (Copyright, by J. 11. Mppliicott Co.) "Natural!" Dicky Monvcll lnuglicil, u tho punkah waved lazily over his uad. "Natural! It's bo nnturnl that 1 can rcmorabcr ovorythlng that hap pened back In tlioso hnzy days. That Is, they wcro hazy until I reached hero yotordny." Prom tho tlrao of his arrival, 21 hours boforo, Dicky had attracted the Attention of tho dwellers In tho Fort which Is English Ilombny almost, In tho entlro presidency of llombay. Tho Times of India upoko feelingly of IiIh roturn to nombny, and tho deputation of ollskln-cappcd I'nrsco gontlomon waited upon him with an elaborate ad dress of wolcomo. "Hum place, Horabay," sontcntlo-is-ly rouinrked ono of tho mon. "Eh 7" queried Dicky, with an ab stracted air. And tho man who spoke thought Dicky's mind had wandered baok to London. Hut Dicky, had h...

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. — 27 August 1909

The Teach' ArocMtiefl. The Liucoln County Teachers Association, organized last year, was continued and a plan of work outlined, Howard W, Hall was chosen president and Miss Elsie K. Mounts secretary ami treasur er. A programme committee con sisting of Samuel Kclscy, Misses Mary Adams and Cora Kelly, was appointed, and also instruct cd lo suggest a place and date for the next meeting. Carrizozo was chosen for the place and the first Saturday following Thanks giving was selected as the date for the next meeting. The pro gramme for that occasion, as re ported by the committee and ad opted by the association, is as follows: MoHNING PkOOKAM. Opening Address VV. C. McDonald. The Influence of Music Miss Annie Hcnslc.r. A 20th Century Educator Howard W. Hall. Agriculture in the Schools Samuel Kclscy. Aptkknoon Pmookam. A Literary Paper Miss Elsie K. Mouutz. Primary Work Mrs. Elizabeth Guiuui. Classification Mrs. O. A. Smilhson. Lincoln County Schools Supt. Haley. General Discussion and Pers...

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. — 3 September 1909

is,- Carrt3030 1Rewe. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 10 CAKKIKOKO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, SEPTEMBER 3, PJO'J. NUMBER 30 v "f " ' if A Man Found Dead. Applet Grow Here. Last week the dead foody of a The Carrissozo valley is not fnaii was found north of the Capi- the "Home of the Apple;" and fan inoiintainH, in Carrizh Draw, yet the apple, when given an op His skull had been crushed with portunity, thrives here. There gomu Itl mi I instrument, club or is a specimen on exhibition at stone. An investigation foy the parties wlio found the foody re vealed the fact that he had foeen killed foy a folow or folows from a nulk. The scene of the killing was Some distance from where the bud v was found, which had foeen (tarried or dragged to the arroya. Fullowing the trail made foy blood and cigarette papers which had fallen from tb pocket of the duail mini, the searchers discov ered a folootl-staiued stone, which had evidently been the means foy which the man ...

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. — 3 September 1909

V; FINE SUMMER DRINK NOT THE BUTCHER'S FAULT. ICED TEA WILL ALWAYS RETAIN ITS POPULARITY. Mrs. Customer That lamb you . sent mo, Mr, Btlntwnlto, was tho , largest nnd toughest I over saw. i Mr. Btlntwnlto Tut, tut. It's that boy boon loitering ngnln. I nsnuro you, when tlmt Joint loft tho shop It wns tho sweetst llttlo leg of lnmb you could sot oyefl on, nnd I gnvo him strict orders to deliver It nt onco bo cnuso you wanted It young. No Need of Interference. Tho two neighbors who woro pass ing tho little cottngo heard Rounds as of n torrlflo conflict Insldo and stopped t' listen. Presently they hoard a loud thump, as If Bomcbody had fallen to tho door. "Clrognu Is beating his wlfo ngnlnl" they snld. Hurstlng tho door open, thoy rushed Into tho houso. "Whnt's tho troublo hero?" they do mnnded. "Thor nln't no trouble, gentlemen," calmly nnsworcd Mrs. Orognn, who hnd her husband dawn nnd was sit ting on his hend, "Qwnn!" Exchanalno Solemn Thoughts. "Ah, says Ihu man with tho parted whl...

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. — 3 September 1909

' Fullv Realized. . . I . I II.. l.nnrlnn 110 irowncu 111 purpii:ii.;r uii uwiiimti sho wnB out again. i wnniinr. Jlmmv. If your slstor re alizes," ho snld bitterly, "that I have treated nor U tliroo taxi hiob anu inur ..i.nn.nlr mncnrtfl tills tllOIlth?" "You bot sho realizes It," Batd the nmnii imv. nrlniilnu. "Thnt's why sho's koopln' hor engagement to Joe Johnson a secret." PvomlnA rtnrnflllitf ovnrv brittle of CASTOHIA a safo and suro romcdy for Infants and children, and ace that It Signature CffCU In Uso For Over '.10 Years. The Kind You Have Always nought l ivm,n Combat White Plaoue. AccorillnB to recent llgurcs pub lished by tho National Association fnr ttm Hiuilv nn'd Prevention of Tu- iinrniilnnlR. nenrlv CO nor cent, of ihoso enlisted in tho nctlvu campaign ngnlnst consumption nro inytnon, nnu tho percentage of laymen has tripled tn tho InHt four years. Serial No. 701. Xrtipn Tlnpln Rum wont out nftcr fake drum ... I ........ ...... II. .1.... II. Mllnli.ll'. I'.n Salve w...

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. — 3 September 1909

-h 1 wwi " jffi-j--1 1 . rr - THE CAKRIZOZO NEWS I'nblUludaTsr Krldny al Carkizozo Nkw Mkxico. Kntrrnd M nocnnil olww mnllnr Jnn IS. lUW.Rl Mm puabiltlrn nl ('-nrrUiixo, Nnw Miiloo, under llai Artnf HnrclHI, lTV. HUimCIIIITION lATR8i Due Yimr, Hi Mnntha, I TIO, A. IIAI.KV, $I.W . 11.00 Kill lor. The injunction against moving the county scat will be heard on the 13th inst., but whether at Alainogordo or Santa wc have been unable to lcaru. Among the attractions at the Colorado Interstate Fair on the 15th of September will be a head on collision between two eighty ton locomotives, which will dash into each other at top speed. This thrilling exhibition will be of Interest to all, but especially so to engineers, firemen and rail road men generally. A9 may be seen elsewhere In this paper, two gruesome finds wore made in this county lately. Last week the decomposed body of a man was found on the north side of the Capitau mountains, who had evidently been foully murdered. This week the part...

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. — 3 September 1909

'ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Peter Hurlcson of' Lincoln whs visiting Ill's daughter. Mrs. Frank Iiitglish of thin town several days '.lie past week. lie stated that the apple crop in the Lin Coin valley will barely be sufli uient for home use, anil that the name applied to the orchards in the Kuidoso valley, and his own orchard was no exception about a. dozen apples on each tree. Reports from the While Oaks mining district to hand are ol ail encouraging nature. Consider able development work is being dune, and several claims are ready to be surveyed lor patent. The Wild Cat Leasing company are working a large iorce on the South ilomestake, and are re ported to be saving considerable gold. Tile South ilomestake has produced considerable ol the yellow metal in the pr.si, and t.ie present company, since adding cyanide tanks to ilicir reduction plant, are getting handsome re turns from the ore. It is very probable that White Uaks will again be known as one of the leading gold-producing cainpa in ...

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. — 3 September 1909

Territorial Game Law. All hunters must have a game lisense, which may he issued by the probate clerk, territorial game warden or his deputy game warden. The following are the license fees: Hiir iramc license, resident $1.00 Bird license, 1.00 General license, " t.SO OI'ltN HCASON. 1. Deer with horns, from Octo ber 15th to November 15th of each year. 2. Grouse, native or crested, Messina, Caliafornia or helmet quail from October 1, to Decem ber 31, of each year. 3. wild turkey from November Ready for You 1 to December 31 of each year. It) 4. Prairie chicken from Scp-v tcmbcr I, to November 30, mW ich year, commencing wuu inci 8 Ci! year l'JIS. 5. Doves, from August October 31. of each year. 6. It shall he unlawful to kill, trap, ensuarc or in any manner injure or destroy, or have in pos session any antelope, pheasant, bob-white quail or wild pigeon within the Territory of New Mexico for period of five years after the passage of this act. 7. It shall be unlawful to kill, trap, ensnare...

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. — 3 September 1909

w o w to w o S3 c3 V) H O o ca i C3 a o E W H to Welch fit Titsworth Wholesale and Retail General Merchandise WELCH & TITSWORTH. CAPITAN. o w o 8 51 O a O H W H H O W. M. Kelly left Monday night for Santa Fc. Elbert T. Collier was down yes terday from White Oaks. S. T. Gray was over from Capi tal! Tuesday on legal matters. II. l' French, of Audio, was a Mrs. Dr. J. W. Laws and chit T. B. Meek, who until recently J. M. Rice, of the Eagle Min- drcn came over from Lincoln conducted a general store on the iug Co., came over from Parsons Monday on a visit to her sister, the cast side, came up from Tu- yesterday. Mrs. W. L. Gumm of this town. larosa Saturday and returned tin Capt. D. W. Roberts is in town II. C. Youman, who has been fo,,owltr today from Estcy. The captian on the sick list for some weeks, Mrs. Geo. 13. Barber, with her la postmaster at the copper town, has resumed his duties as line- two sons and daughter, came Mr. and Mrs. Covlc of Tucum- vlsltor in Carrizozo several ...

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. — 3 September 1909

e&mizozo 'news QAimiZOZO NEW MKXICO TRADE IN REPTILES. The trndo In snnko skins docs sot at first thought RiiggoHt itsolf ns ono re quiring Inrgo cnpltnl or very compli cated organization, at Icnnt In this country. Hut In tho far cast thlngR' ii ro different, says tho Uoston Herald. Tlio Java Hoplllo Skin Company has been Incorporated In tho Island of that namo, with a cnpltnl of 110,000. llrnnchcs will bo established In n num ber of plnccn throughout tho Island, whara Hvo snnkes will bo purchased from nntlvo hunters. Oroat stroBS Is placed upon buying tho roptllcs alive, nlnco tho skin Is much mora valuablo If tho snnko Is skinned wltllo yot nllvo, Llvo snakes 12 to 18 foot in length bring good prices; whllo dead snakes nro a drug In tho markot. Tho woman who woars with prldo n daintily bound snnko skin enrd caso will probably not glvo a thought to tho fact that tho ma torlal waB stripped from a living snnko. livor nlnco tho eplsodo In Edon somo fow thousands of years ago Htink...

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. — 3 September 1909

A UCW "CCAT" n nui i un "Mummy! Mummy! look, hero's baby walking on his hind legs." TOLD TO USeTcUTICURA. After Specialist Failed to Cure Her In tense Itching Eczema Had Been Tortured and Disfigured But Was Soon Cured of Dread Humor. "I contracted eczema and Buffered Intensely for about ten months. At times I thought I would scratch my self to pieces. My faco and arms wore covered with largo red patches, so that I was ashamed to go out. I was advlsod to go to a doctor who was a spcnlnllBt In nkln dlscascB, but I rccolvcd vory llttlo relief. I tried every known remedy, with tbo same results. I thought I would novor got bet tor until a friend of mlno told mo to try tho Cutlcura Itomedlcs. Bo I tried them, and aftor four or flvo applications of Cutlcura Ointment I was rcllovcd of my iinbcarablo Itching. I used two sots of tho Cutlcura Remedies, and I am completely cured. Miss Barbara Krai, Hlghlandtown, Md., Jan. 0, '08." Fetter Drug & Cbem. Corp., Bala Propi, Bottom Ono troublo wi...

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. — 3 September 1909

1 I 1 wiyitWivriwWMiiiwiWi''wiviwiri 1 Mother as a Teacher. The perception of beauty, dor tnaitt in the babe, in easily awak ened with the other growing fac til tics. Tlie kiuderiinlcii . teach er's efforts in this direction arc constantly hearing fruit, hut let a word he given to mothers ;'ho have not had a Itindcrgarden training. Gather about your children a few beautiful objects; talk about tliem; let the children come, as they will unconsciously, under their influence; let beauti ful ideas and images grow into their lives. Perhaps you-have a dainty head of marble; put it on a low table to be admired; on the window scat to cast a shadow; in the child's hand while he looks into the beautifully modeled face, at the smiling mouth, the wavy hair. Take time to read and re read a gem of poetry, or to sing a sweet song to your children. Above all take time to study with your children the shading of the leaf, the bird, the bee, the stone, the pcarkof dew on grass blades, the frost glitte...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
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