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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 1 October 1909

ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Miss Allies PfingHlcii, of Cap ilau. is visiting licr mother here this week. They loud, others follow, in Hie new things for fall wear. Hurler Bros. Mcsdattics Skinner, While and Dugger visited C. C. Hournc and family, at Tularosa, this week. The mother and two sisters of W. K. Collier, clerk in the gen eral foreman's office at the shops and roundhouse, are visiting here. They are thinking of leasing a building and residing here. A swell line of ladies' hats and pit its are on display at Zieglcr mothers. Dr. 10. I). Walker is having the excavating done for a four-room frame ollice, facing Tulanua avenue. The building will he cut up into an office, a wailing room, a consulting and an opera ting room. Notice Ziegler Bros. ad. in this issue. They invite you to attend their Opening. Arc you going? A coal hauler for Paul Mayer, at White Oaks, name not learned, was thrown from hi seat in the wagon, was kicked by the team and ran over by the wagon. He received many severe...

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. — 1 October 1909

DELINQUENT TAX LIST LINCOLN COUNTY, N. M. fjp for waul of time in which to pre- i .1 f I ! l.l! l;trc ute same lor earner ihidii- Amounting (o Not Leu Than $25.00. Anil notice of application to the District Court for judgment and sale for taxes for the year 1U08 delinquent on June 1, l'JO'J, with penalties and costs. Thkkitoky oi' Nitw Mkxico I County oi' Lincoln. ' ' In accordance with chapter 22, of the laws of the Territory of New Mexico 33d Legislative As semhly thereof, I, the undersign ed Treasurer and Kx-Oflicio Col lector of Lincoln county, in the Territory of New Mexico, do hereby make, certify and publish the following notice and list of delinquent taxes amounting to not less than $25.00, with penal ties and costs thereon, which became delinquent on the 1st day of June, A. D. l'JU'J, the same be ing hereinafter set forth and con taining the names of all the own ers of all the property on which taxes arc delinquent, the descrip tion of the property on which same arc due, th...

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. — 1 October 1909

Welch St Titsworth Wholesale and Retail MHHMMM General Merchandise c o X w o c 2 v. 55 O I I 4 n w v. w H H r. WELCH & TITSWORTH. CAPITAN. Cliarles I). Mayer lias charge Attorney George Spew and Road Supervisor Ne'vt Kemp 13. 12. Wright, the Hondo mcr- of the Taliaferro Mercantile Co. son went over to the Capitun was over this week from Capitan chant, passed through this place store al White Oaks, mountains, where they have some on official business. The roads Saturday en route for the Palo- Mrs. Jones Talinfcrro of White mining claims. and streets need some "fixing," mas springs in Sierra county, lie Oaks, left Tuesday for Solomon- l C. Rollaud and family, of and we hope they will be put in was taking an old friend from the villu, Arizona. " Alamo, were visiting at the home good condition before court con. lower end of the county who is Geo. L, Dillard and Win. S. of A. J. Holland of this place the vencs in November. stove up with the "rhctimatiz" Bonnie were down fiom Nogal pa...

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. — 1 October 1909

FOR LAUNDRY WORK METHODS BY WHICH STAINS MAY BE REMOVED. Discoloration from Different 8ourcet Require Varied Treatment Texture of Material It Alto to Be Considered. All Rtnlnn nro host removed liumodi ntcly when pobhIIiIu ns tlioy nro more difficult to UlalutlRO If allowed to dry. Milk and meat stall s should bu wanned nut with warm wntor, but fruit, ten, chocolnto nnd cotTee nro re moved with boiling wntor. IMnco Uiu Htnlned linen over a bowl nnd pour boiling wntcr on the stnln, holding thn tcnkettlo high enough to lot tlio wntor fall with Boino force on tlio stain. Old ton Btnlna will Hometlmcs yield to boiling wntor If tlioy nro first sat uratod with glycerine, When stains hnvo boon overlooked until dry nnd set by sonp suds In washing, they ofton rcqulro special treatment. Sulphur fumcB nro an offcctlro blenching ngent. Tnko an old pinto nnd a tin funnel, plnco them where tho ale will carry nwtiy the fumes from the person working on tho stain, wet tho stnln with cold water, put I...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 1 October 1909

WILL HONOR HAMLIN Native State to Celebrate Cen tenary of His Birth. Known as "The Great Commoner" and Won Hearts of People by Flnht Against 8lavery Vice President Under Lincoln. Pnrla Hill, Mo. In Paris Hill, a spot bo picturesque! thnt It lifts boon called thu "Switzerland or Muliio," lliu centenary of tlio birth of Hnnnlbnl llnmlln, vice-president of tlio United Stntus during Lincoln's first turui, will bo celebrated on AiRUst 27. Tho oxcrclrtoa will bo hold In connection with tho first old-homo waok In '.Main'), aud will bring to tho birth Lincoln's second tortn and the re ford did not beenmo n president of the United States Is almost as strange a political accident as tho ono that put IlooBovolt In tho presidential chair at tho denth of President McKlnloy. Hnmlln was a member of tho house of roproBontntlvos at 32, and at 33 ho lost election to tho United Statos son nto becnuso of his nttltudo on tho slnvo question. His dofont only roused him to grcntor activity against tho grow...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 1 October 1909

A Big Fiih Story. The biggest fish story of the Bcasnn comes Irom that famous trout stream, the south fork of the Klo Bonito, hut whether it is a fish story or n gold story the render will hnvc to draw his own conclusion. While on his way to Socorro last Saturday, W. K. White stayed over long enough to call at this office and say "How-do," incidentally relating a little experience he had lately while on a fishing trip. White (his friends call him "Sally" for short), Will Ferguson, L. K. L,a may and another, making four in all, lately went on a fishing trip to the south fork of the Bonito, a favorite camping place for fishing and outing parties. They had good luck with the speckled fel lows until they ran out of bait, and everyone who ever fished on that stream knows that the next best bait to a grasshopper is n grub called a hclgamitc, which is found under the rocks in the stream: so they proceeded to look for hclgamitcs. Now, the moun tains on each side of the stream have long been...

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. — 8 October 1909

Cart 13030 IFlewe. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. asm VOLUME 10 CA.KKIKOKO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, OCTOHER 8, lJ0i. NUMHEK 35 Chamber of Commerce Meeting. The Carrizozo Chamber of Commerce met in regular session Wednesday night nt the Hank building. Public annotincctnciit had been made of this meeting, and a good crowd svas present to transact the mtss of business that had accumulated since the I hiHl mcctinir. Seven new mem-! burs were added to the roll. The most important and press ing matter brought before the Qhamber was the question of taking care of all nutters inci dent to the term of court which will convene here the first of No vember. After considerable dis cussion, three committees were named to look after the matter, as follows: Committee on Finance Geo. L. Ulrick, W. M. Kelly and U.S. Campbell. Committee on Court Arrange ments S W. Perry, V. L. Hum ' phrics and A. C. Winglield. Committee on Information and Publiclty--Jno. A. Haley, A.J. Holla...

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 October 1909

CARRIZOZO NEWS OAJUUKOZO NBW MEXICO Oo fishing by nil mcnns, but If you let tho big onofl gat nwny forgot tlioin. Gooseberries, raspberries nnd groon. applo stomach nchcfl nro rlpo. When tho lnko ureozo gots cantnn kerous tho snfest placo la tho dry land. A madman on Lnko Krlo wns cnlmod by a pleco of plo. Thua la lloalon ?lu dlcntcd. Whcro tho noroplnno hna tho ndvnn tngo over tho nutomobllo la that It enn fly ncross .rough ground. Now York la propnrlug to string bo ninny electric llghta nlong tho Hudaon Hint Ilrondwny will bo Jonlous. If tho Intoat fnahlon edict among womon Hint "hnta nnd shoos must match" la cnrrlod out, whcro will moro man wnlk? Tho Amorlcnu Fcdorntlon of Lnbor says thoro uro 2,000,000 men out of work. So thoro mny bo, but tho Ash ing Is now good. This Is tho BcnBon In which tho Amorlcnu tourist procccda to Bklp from ono Europonn cnpltnl to unothor on scheduled time. Homo Now Jeraey towns now ro qulro bnkors to deliver ench loaf of bread In n scaled nsoptlc bag....

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 October 1909

BY ENGLISH COOKS CONFECTIONS POPULAR ACROSS THE WATER. Eastern Journal Sent Abroad to Se cure Recipes That Might Do Interesting to Housewives of Our Own Land. Tho KngllBh nro noted fnr nnil ncni for tliolr cooking, which though It InckH tho dainty sugurlnosB of tho French nnd tho delightful simplicity of Now Hnglnnd cookery, yet Iiiih n wholesome iicbh of ItH own which people nro com ing more nnd tnoro to npproeSUo, Hays tho lloHton llcrnld. With tho Idcn or giving our renders aoino reclpeH truly KngllBh, wo Hunt to tho cpinlnt old town of Unrnhnm, Hnglnnd, nnd ob tained tho following: Queen's Pudding. rourouncoflhrend crumbs, four tnblunpooiifiilH of straw berry jmii. 1'Ihl-u In n plo iIIhIi nnd pour on ciifltnrd inndo from ono egg nnd ono pint or milk. Ilnko ouo-hnlf hour. Parson's Pudding. One-qunrtor Iioiiml of chopped Bitot, ono-qunrtor pound of ciirnintH, ono tnblcBpoonful of moist sugar, ouu-hnlf pound of flour, one-qunrtor pound of raisins, one-half toospoonrul of Krouud gln...

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 October 1909

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS l'ubllhede?erj KrliUy t Cakkizozo Nhw Mrxico. Knlcrtxl lu Menml cliuw, innllrr J mm 12. ItOB.nl tlm iKwtnlllrn lit (Virrlioi, New Mtxlon, nniter tin Act of March 3, IST9. HUlttiCltllTlONKATKHl Ona Yr II. M) ili MimlU 11.00 IMO. A. IIAI.KY, ... K.lllor. El Pnso is preparing to hold a Fair and Exposition this fall. It will open November 1st, con tinue for six days, and will be somewhat on the order of the Mid-Winter Carnival, formerly held there, and which contributed so much to the advertising of the Pass City. President Taft says "Wc should play the game,1' and few there be who will dispute the point. But there arc many, however, who do feel that the president is too will ing to take life easy and allow the other fellows to dc the play ing. It was intimated all along that the president wouldn't allow the Aldrich tariff bill to become a law, because it was utterly at variance with the oft-repeated desire of the president to lower the duties. Yet, wc find the presid...

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 October 1909

to lrypyrlA' pruparc tlic same for ciirhor puhlicatioti. Dk. T. W. Watson, Treasurer and lix-Oflicio Col lector, Lincoln county, N. AL Dated Lincoln, N.M., September I, IW). I'khcinct No. 1. Illitnclnuil linn Tract nf latul nlxnittwn ultra nlaire Lincoln, t'elinr lielwerii thii I'mrMonola ililrli nml between the lanil lirlnnitiiiK In ll'imiin Mlrolinl nml tlmlmnl Mniiulnn In I'nrnriu Ciintet, l In aee III I II r IBt e2 wl n 11 1 7 r 11 liiiiioiimiil Int in Lincoln, known natlm carniter linnae, ailuntnl mi inmii Kl iim.I ImltiK between T W Wn'aon mill Wl'nrtnwnll. nxi:lUsppn70rnta Ml IS H Hamilton II II tip Ini H II imii W cnata 20 111 (1.1 AIintn)HTrii('illinn lietflmilnu nt llm iw enr nf Jrmia lliitiinlin' latul In aeo 20 t r lilnn oulli hunk nf Kin llniilto tlinnrcantitli nlnntf ei Hue n Jrua (linuxlm Intiil iiiljtN In Kin llnnltn Ihnni-eeaalVfiyila, llienco li 20yih In llln llniil o.lhi'iice mt nlimit Iwnk of llln I ton I lit In jiUrn i.r heiilnnitiit. Alan reiUlu Inirl of land r...

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 October 1909

LINCOLN LOCALS. Attorney II. U. Hamilton, of Cnpitaii, was here attending the meeting of the commissioners. John M. Kicc dropped in last Tuesday and transacted business in the clerk's office. Superintendent of schools John A. Haley and John II. Canning came over from Carrizozo Monday on business. Sevcrul big showers came down upon us in the last few days, and the streets have been almost im passable. Sheriff Stevens returned from Las Vcgus last Saturday night, where he had taken an insane woman to the asylum. Mr Alexander Cox, a prominent citizen of Anclio, was in town on business, and while here was the guest of Sheriff SlcvcnB. A small fire started Tuesday afternoon at Dr Laws' sanatori um, but upon discovery was quick ly extinguished without doing serious damage to the building. J. J. Aycrs and E. McKenncy both eastern mining men came in on the automobile Tuesday morn ingon some mining business and left the same day. The new postmistress, Miss Mary Walters, has taken charge of th...

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 October 1909

ADDITIONAL LOCAL. ' Sheriff C. A. Stevens has Hold his stuck uf cattle toC. II. Hyiield ami will turn over all he can i;at!icr at once. Mr. Stevens' reason for disposing of his cattlt is that he could not give them his personal attention and decided to dote out his herd. Art Holland and Di. Walker took h dav off Monday to hunt qtiall. They journeyed to the moor by the automobile route, and arc reported to have returned with heavy came sacks, as the festive quail were too slow tn csi.apc from the "distance an nihilalor," and the quick-firing guns of the hunters. William Graham, who left the liouito two years ago for Texas, drifted into this ollicc Wednesday. He is now at Tularosa, and gave as an excuse for his return to this country that his health had been bad since leaving. They all have some excuse for coming back, Iiro. Graham: yours is ac ceptable and wc arc glad to sec you again. It is reported that operations will soon be renewed on the American mine in the Nogal dis trict. 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 October 1909

DELINQUENT TAX LIST Of LINCOLN COUNTY, N. M. Amounting to Not Lett Than $25.00. And notice of application to the District Court for judgment anil sale, for tuxes for the year 1908 delinquent on June 1, I'JO'J, with penalties and costs. TKKKITOKY Ol' NltW MltXICO I County oi Lincoln. f In accordance with chapter 22, of the laws of the Territory of New Mexico 33d Legislative As scmhly thereof, I, the undersign ed Treasurer and Ex-Officio Col lector of Lincoln county, in the Territory of New Mexico, do hereby make, certify and publish the following notice and list of delinquent taxes amounting to not less than $25.00, with penal ties and costs thereon, which became delinquent on the 1st day of June, A. D. I'JO'J, the same be ing hereinafter set forth and con taining the names of all the own ers of all the property on which taxes arc delinquent, the descrip tion of the property on which same arc due, the amount of tax es, penalties and costs due there on, and the amount of taxes due on ...

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 October 1909

Welch Sc Titsworth w o w Xu o o 7) w o a co y CO H O o CO W o to w CO Wholesale and Retail General Merchandise WELCH & TITSWORTH. C A PIT AN. 1 i i 5 Attorney Hudspeth of White Oaks spent Sunday in Carrizozo, J. II. Greer was over from No gal this week. John M. Rice and Dr. R. C. Drydcn arc down from Parsons this week. J. D, Burrcll of Capitan was transacting business in here last Monday. Fireman Shcrrcr of the Tucum cari division and wife arc visiting Mrs. C. E. Reed of this town this week. The Burrcll House was reopen ed lor business Monday morning, with Will Craig lessee. The Dr. Padcn hospital build ing is rapidly assuming shape, and should be completed inside and out within thirty days. George Kimbrcll and wife, who Had been visiting the family of F. W. Brockway, returned to their home at Picncho Monday. Ira O. Wctmorc, formerly post master at this place, has been appointed postmaster in 0e new tOwn of Monterey, Otero county. Miss Georgia Lesnctt, of the postoflicc force, l...

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 October 1909

y -r v7 77 WW9 V ciAPUtfTPtt MkK, crryor srsxco StniulliiB on tho Bteps of tlio ntato cnpltol nt Donvor, Oov. Shnfroth of Colorado smiled nnd waved IiIb hand to a scout car that was quickly speed Ing away from tho capital bearing tho fltiKB of Old Mexico nnd tho United StntoB and followed by a dozen well filled cars. This was tho final farewell to tho enr and Its crow of four men who wero going to mnko a trip from Don Tor to Aloxlco City, n dlstanco of al most 2,400 miles, tho grcator part of which was unoxplorcd. Tho trip was bolng tnkcti to map a routo botween Denver nnd tho Moxl can capital over which an endurance contest will bo run noxt October. Georgo A. Wnhlgrcon, a lending cltl con of Deliver, last fall ottered n handsome trophy to tho car that would envor this dlstanco with tho best andurnnco record. Four men undertook this trip In n 80-horsopowor car, which htul nlrendy qulto n full cxperlouco. Pur the past SO days this enr has been driving through Old Mexico and tho men h...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 8 October 1909

gaclt the Let in liclp each oilier; Thin day intuit wo try; Walt not for another, Tlma I Mlttlnit iiy. Let us cheer each other Olvo tho ready wnlloj Thinking of nnother Hlinrtrim ovcry mllo. Let tin leva rnch either, 'Tin n Vulo of Rolili When wo Invo nnnthor, Love cloth Us enfold. -Helen Hllriiliclh Coolldm1, "Poems." i THE GUEST OF HONOR BY MINNA THOMAS ANTRIM (CopyrlBlit, by J. U. Llpplncott Co.) Among thu Joys Mint enmo In tho wnko of Don's llvo years was nn Invl tntlon to tllno nt sovon with lits moth ur mid Kolth two nights wcokly. With his UHiinl tact Kolth had dollcntoly RitRRcstcd (of course aside) thnt Don should honor hln mothor In tho man nor of his garbing. "Your hlnck vol vol will mnko an cxcollont dinner cont," grnvoly snld his futhor-by-mar rliiRo. Tho two woro In tho drnwlng-room nwnltlng Don's mother. Kolth wns np appropriately conted ns usunl nnd looked tt Don a very porsannblo spec imen of his clnss. Furtively tho boy wntched his father-chum nnd uncon sciously Im...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 8 October 1909

JOHNNY, GET YOUR GUN. There wns an exodus of hunt ers from town Inst Saturday and Sunday, it being1 the opening of the quail season. All who could borrow a gun, donned hunting toggery and started on the trail of the crested game bird. Reports from those who were out arc to the effect that there nrc fewer quail this yenr than usual. A party of six who went from here bagged only a dozen between them, whereas the limit allowed by law is thirty to the gun. It may be that the birds have moved their quarters, and are plentiful in other parts. The season - will remain open until December 31. The trout season closes the 15th of this month, and the deer sea son opens on that date. All the nimrods who claim no skill with the shotgun will have their in ning and an opportunity to bring the rillc Into play. The season for deer, with horns, remains open until November 30. It might be well for hunters to remember to provide themselves with a hunt ing license as well as ammuni tion; for deputy game...

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 October 1909

V ,$ "1 .aVaV Carri3030 flews. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 10 CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, OCT03ER IS, IVU). NUMUEK 3ft County Commissioners Proceeding!. The hoard nt county coinmisilnnr nf Lin coin county met In regular elon October lib, IW, nt Lincoln, N, H. I'renenl-lt. H.T)lor.ehlrmani It. A. Duren, mmlHir (,'. A. Ktoronn, sheriff) J. (I. Higgle, citric. Tlx minutM uf Im( nioctlim war read and ap proved. Hoard adjourned tnHa.m.,Oct 5. IMN Hoard mot a pr Rejournment. All pritMtiit a liefore. I ii I hp malic rot the iietHliiu of Iglnlo H In tar Francisco l.ncrrro mid other praying forii new precinct oil No. I la denied hy the board. In the matter of tlio petition of J II. French nil I), Jl Cox anil other a asking for new pro elnct created out of No. 7, enma la granted aa (ollowa-Towulili 3 a, r 9 10 II A 12 el twnehlp i , rV IDA II e, and seca I to II Inclusive, and The Petition of L. rnclieco end F.Balatar i 7, 18. Ill A a) in townihln ....

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 October 1909

AT THE MOMENT. ouuuuxoao NEW MEXICO CARRIZOZO NEWS MONEY, POWER AND WISDOM. It would hnrdly bo thought noccs' enry for nnyono now to ndvlHO young men about to lenvo college to "honor monoy, honor monoy-gottlng nnd hon or power; " yet such wnH tjio strongest nolo of tho bnccalaureato orntor nt nn cnBtorn college, says tho Now York World. If there la anything on tho enrth or under tho onrth thnt on-com-ing Americana do not neod to hnvo urged upon them It Is lovo of monoy nnd lovo of power. Thla mny bo anld without Indorsing In any respect tho malicious nnd, for tho grcnter part, In alnccro nttneka upon wcnlth bo ofton m ml o by demngogucs nnd hypocrites. Tho passion for monoy and tho obsos slon of monoy-gottlng hnvo becomo nl together too conspicuous ns American trnlts. Thoy bring llttlo content to thoBe who aro thus afflicted and thoy nwnkon resentment In tho brcnstL of millions. In spite of now teachings and practices, knowlcdgo still Is power. Supplemented by wealth, knowlcdgo beco...

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