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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 11 February 1910

Welch 6c Titsworth Stetson Mats Boots and Shoes Dry Goods . i i Clothing, Groceries, Etc., 13 tc. Wholesale and Retail GENERAL MERCHANDISE Farm Seeds Farming Implements Farm Wagons Iron Roofing Chicken Netting WELCH & TITSWORTH. capitaN. T. A. Hages, of Little Creek, was in town yesterday. Capt. D. W. Roberts was over from ICaty yesterday and the day before. Henry Corn w.n in Carrix.ox.o this week from the lower part of the county. The Chamber of Commerce held an important meeting Sat urday night. ShcrilT Stevens was up Satur day from Lincoln in discharge of his office duties. A week of delightful weather has passed; but cheer up, the worst is to come. Newt Kemp, justice of the peace in the Cnpitau precinct, was over Wednesday. Howard Avent came over from Ruidoso Monday on his way to 101 l'aso. He returned yesterday. The Lincoln people were a lil tlo premature in their declaration that uongrosB had annulled Cotiti uU Hill No. 80. Joe Ash ford, the genial post master and merchant...

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. — 11 February 1910

CARRIZOZO NEWS CAKRIZOZO NEW MEXICO Cotton Is again on bla tbrono ni king of tho south. Indlnn summer's nbscnco makes the heart grow fonder. That mlno disaster was Just about an bad ns possible. "Does farming pay?" asks n Maine nowspapor. It It pays In Malno It will pay anywhoro. It has been decided otTlclally that Turks aro whlto, ovon If tboy do not always act It. Slnco thoro aro bo many excellent causes to dlo In, football Is not worth anybody's death. Death has claimed tho sauerkraut king nnd It Is proper that briny tears ohould flow for hlin, Tho polo dash gnmo has been In vontod. Tho dnshes must roprcscnt tho unprlntnblo words. Calamities from tinnvoldablo causes aro pathotlc; calamities from avoid' nblo causes nrn criminal. Merry-go-rounds nro unpopular In South Amerlcn, whero thoy aro trying to got ovor tho revolutionary habit. Tho now socloty for tho study and prevention of Infant mortality Is wel come In tho long list of worth-while Institutions. "Como Into our ntoro nnd h...

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. — 11 February 1910

4 t MUCH CARE NEEDED CLEANLINES3 IN KITCHEN 18 IM PERATIVE. ar-. Remembrance That "Food and Fin i gers Are Carriers of Contagion" Will Help Along a Much , Detlred Improvement. Thoro mnjr sometimes bo obsorvcd In tho cooked dish n loss of lluvor, not A bnd taste, but nlack of wlmt la ap potlilnR. It would bo Interesting to know In how many cases th.Is comes from n lack of cleanliness In utcnslla and method. I'eraonnt clcnnlfncss la of courao ca aontlal In tho kitchen, and every good houaekovpor indeavors to innlntnln a, IiIrIi alundnrd In auch matters, Homo food mnnufnclorlca mnko apcclnl of porta to accuro clcnnllneaa and hy gienic surroundings, and tho Rood ex ample they sot should be generally followed. "Food and flni;ors p-n cnrrlora of contusion." Tho proper wny of wash ing tho hnnda, If acrloualy taiiRht nnd seriously practiced, In tho inarkot nnd In tho kitchen, would ro far to remove tho sourco not only of Infection but of audi nddltloua to tho food its nro disgusting to thin...

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. — 11 February 1910

Sunday Excursion to the Crater. A part' made nti excursion to the crater of the Mai Pais, about eight miles northwest of Carri- zozo, last Sunday. This excur-. sioti differed from that of Dr. ! Cook's climb up Mount McKinlcy j to the extent that the party left their nnnios in a can there, and brought back evidence sufficient i to prove the accomplishment of thc.feat. Should a question arise, however, as to the genuineness of the feat, the party is prepared to submit notes and other data of the trip to that scientific body, whose headquarters arc at Cop enhagen, and that such data when called for wi'l not be "Cooked." Those iu the party were: Mrs. Gallautin, Misses 13lsic Mount?., Nettie Lee, Allic Johnson, and Messrs. 12d Kelly, A. II. Val kcuaar and Lemon. When the party reached the foot of the Mai Pais and before making' the as cent to the crater, they stopped and partook of a delightful lunch of fried chicken, hot coffee and many of the good things that the i foresight of the lad...

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. — 18 February 1910

"J'V TOW?"- A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME It. CARRIZOZO. LINCOLN COUNTY. NEW MEXICO, FEBRUARY 18, V)IC NUMBER Good Road Convention. Pursuant to call, the Good Roads Association of Lincoln county, met in the court house at Lincoln lost Sunday afternoon. Ur. J. W. Laws, who was chair man of the temporary organiza tion effected some weeks ago, called the meeting to order. was also instructed to look into the matter of forest reserve funds now in the hands of the territor ial treasurer, of which about $0,000 belongs to this county, half of which, when distributed, will go to the road fund. A resolution was presented call- inir upon the association to en lied tlic meeting to onier. , sn tue boar(l of coutitv commis- Tiic court room was tainy wen ;ioncrs from transferring any filled with citizens from various t funt,s from thc roa,i and bri(lj,c portions oi uie coiuivy, uiuiuujjii fumj. Opposition to the resolu- a number of districts failed to send delegates...

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. — 18 February 1910

4 I I, Quaker Oats is the world's food Eaten in every country; eaten by infants, athletes, young and old. Rccdgnizcd as the great strength TABLE FOR THE COOK builder. Delicious and economical. CALLOUS TO CRITICISM. Tho Husbnnd Ab far hb I am con cerned, you may scold as much ns you llko, I am by naturo thick-skinned. SCRATCHED SO SHE COULD NOT SLEEP "I write to tell you how thankful I nm for tho wondorful Cutlcurn Rom cdlcs. My llttlo nlcco hnd eczema for Jlvo years nnd when her mothor died 1 took caro of tho child. It was all over her faco nnd body, nlso on her licnd. Bho Bcrntchod so thnt alio could not olccii nights. I ubccI Cutlcurn Honp to wash her with nnd then ap plied Cutlcurn Olntiunnt. I did not uho qulto hnlt tho Cutlcurn Soup and Ointment, together with Cutlcurn Ho nolvunt, when you could sea n cbnngo nnd they cured her nicely. Now she Is cloven years old and hnsnovorbocn bothered with eczema since. My friends think It Is just great tho way tho baby wiib cured by Cutlcur...

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. — 18 February 1910

TRIED REMEDY FOR THE GRIP. WAY TO COOK SWEETBREADS COLDi Counter Irritnntt. Fuddy Wi'll, I BiippoKc men and women bath lmvo their troubled, Dmltly Yen, ciiid 1'vo untlceil that lliu chief trouble of ono Ih generally tho othor. Children Who Are Sickly. Mother ahmtlil lirtrr Ih wltliotit n bo of Miilltrr Orny'a Hwret l'liwilora fur Children. Thoy I iron k up rnlil in II liiiira,riiro Ken-rlali- : Uo, Conatlpntliitl, llriiiliii'ho, Too till lit; Din ordrrtt nnd hlimmrli Truttlilra. ()rr lUMO tratliuuitlal. At nil DrupuUtM, Ko. AU tu- unr. naiiinin million Mtt;i.. ,uurc, ten rt. Served with Brown Sauce, They Are an Appetizing and Dnllclout Dish. Two sweetbreads, two heaping tablo spoonfuls of butter, ono tablospoonful of flour, nix mushroom, ono teaspoon fill of lomon Juice, ono Binnll onion, ono tunspHonful of sugar, popper, salt, rod pepper nnd two cupfuU of wntor. Soak tho sweotbroads In snlted wn tor for n fuw hours; wnBh well, nnd put thoin Into n saucepan covered with wntor to bol...

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. — 18 February 1910

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS I'ubllnlie.lavar; KrliUy at Cakkizozo Niuv Mitxico. Kutnrml na wwnil clim rnnltur J nun 12. IKH.nt t Ito iHwtnlllro nt Cnrrlrnzo, Now Mexico, under tlio Art f Mnrcli :i, IftiB. BUimimii'riolTuATKB : 3us Your II.M) ilz Month 11.00 f NO. Ai IIAI.KY, ... K.I I lor. Oppose Cannon and Present Tariff. Some time ago the Chicago Tribune scut out queries to edi tors iu the west and central west, in which each was to respond to two questions. The questions were: 1. uIs the Hon. Joseph G. Cannon, of Illinois, your choice for speaker of the next congress?" 2. "Do you indorse the Aid-rich-Cannon organization of the senate and house?" Each editor was asked to state his politics, and the democrats were eliminated in footing up the poll. Therefore the poll could not be called a partisan op position. The poll covered the territory west of the Allcghcnies and north of the Ohio river, and two border states Kentucky and Tennessee twenty-six in all. On the first proposition, the vote ...

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. — 18 February 1910

ABSTRACT OF COUNTY RECORDS. I'urnlahed liy American Tllln.t Trut (in. Llnonln. N. II. KKCHIVItKS KKCKII'T United States to Ernest D. Krcd, S2 NE4 and N2 SI24 Sec. 5 Twp. 8, S. R. 11 K. nituns W. C. McDonald and wife to Peter Uourgads, Roman Catholic Archbishop of Diocese of Santa Fc, lots 22, 23 and 24, blk. 23, McDonald addition to Carrizozo, consideration Si. 00. Henry K. Kountrcc and wife to Gross, Kelly & Co, lots 5, 6 and 7 blk. 4, Corona, consideration 2, 200.00. E. D. Krcd to J. E. Holland, lot 12, blk. 2 East Lawn add. to Carrizozo, consideration $10. MINING DltliDS R. 15. Ball et al to Christ Yac- gcr, Title Bond Miners Cabin and Silver ClilT MinitiLr claims. W. O. district, consideration $12,- uuu.uu. AOHJiltSIKNTS Col. Telephone Co. to II. B. Morrill, extension of construction contract of Oscuro, Tularosa and Koswell telephone contract till April 30, I'JIO, and bond for Si,. 300.00. LA1IOK I'KOOl' Harry and James Rcid. assess incut work IW), Crow cxtention, George and...

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. — 18 February 1910

A WORLD OF BARGAINS! HpHIS IS A WEEK of special interest in our 1 Store. All the WINTER THINGS that have been left after a brisk season are jolted from their pedestals of every-day values into the World of Bargains. Ladies' Coats Men's Overcoats Ladies' Suits Men's Caps Ladies' Skirts Men's Sweaters Misses Coats Men's Underwear Misses Sweaters Boy's Sweaters Are all included in this World of Bargains. ZIEGLER BROS. I 8 "The House of Good Taste." New Pool Hall Opposite Depot Courteous Treatment Fair Dealing and a. Warm Welcome HARVEY & ADAMS HOLLAND BROS. DRUGS Toilet Articles, Etc. liastman's Kodaks. Indian Curios Carrizozo, New Mexico. Rooms and Board. Rates by Week or Mouth. The Pioneer Hotel of Carrizozo The Burrell House $1.50 a Dy. J. 11. Uukiu'.m., Manager I I Alamo Ave. Carrizozo, N. M. R fiwortlMiriltli LUMBER COMPANY. Billiard and Pool Parlor in connection The Capitan Bar Hakkv KitAUMts, Manager CHOICE LIQUORS, BRANDIES & WINES CAPITAN, N. M. That Comet. Well, I jes...

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. — 18 February 1910

r Welch Si Titsworth Stetson Hats Boots and Shoes Dry Goods Clothing, Groceries, Etc., Etc. Wholesale and Retail GENERAL MERCHANDISE Farm Seeds Farming Implements Farm Wagons Iron Roofing Chicken Netting WELCH & TITSWORTH. C A PIT AN. Corona reports a good snow and very cold weather this week. Joe D. Adams and Price Bent ley came in from the Smith-Hop kins mine early in the week. Things that were a hit loose Wednesday arc still moving, if there is anything in a good start. J. M. Kio came down from Parsons Tuesday, was caught in the severe storm the day follow ing, and did not return until to day. A heavy fall of snow is report ed from various parts of the county. But little fell here, hut the way the mercury sought the hulh made the Inhabitants shiver. J. 13. Baird and wife came over yesterday and will remain in Car rizozo for awhile. Mr. Iiairdhas hceu employed at the Fort for the past eighteen months, but has quit the service of the gov ernment, and will enter other pursuits. ...

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. — 18 February 1910

GARRIZOZO NEWS CXRIUZOZO NEW MEXICO USES OF A COLLEGE. Whnfovcr critics may say to tho con trary, It novur was nntl probably never will bo tho purposo of tho standard college to train yoiitit? inon for bust noss, says Uoston Olobo. Colleges do not oven trnln men for tho profes sions. Thcro aro professional schools for that purpose and lu tho days when no such schools existed incdtclno was taught In tho olllcos of physicians and law in tho ofTlccs of lawyers, just as buslnoss was and still U taught In places of business. Colleges wcro not Instituted to mnlco physicians nor to mako lawyers. Nolther wcro thoy ln stltutcd to train men for business. Schools for special training havo mul tlpllod rapidly tho world over. Kvon buslnoss schools aro not lacking, al though tho busrncsr school which shall bo In fact a post-grndunto ono to n reg ular academic .courso has not yot ar rived. Mcanwhtlo tho commercial col lege or business scnool Is doing excel lent work. Thoro Is no reason why It shou...

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. — 18 February 1910

SIMPLE AND SAFE VALUABLE COLLECTION HOUSEHOLD REMEDIES. OF CLIP THIS OUT AllevbnU for Minor lilt That Every Mother Should Be Famlllnr with Will Frequently Save a Doctor's Bill. To Bton a l'nroxysm of Coiighlnj;. Tnko n tablespoon of glycerin In n glass of hot milk. For Ilonrscncss. Iloat tho whlto of tin ckr to n stiff froth, mid tho Julco of oiio lemon, two tnlilcBpoonB of pulver ized sugar and hnlf a teaspoon of ply eorln. Tnko n llttlu overy half hour until rolloved. Tor Ivy Poison. Oct ton cenls' worth of hypoHiilphlto of soda nt tho drug store, put In n tenspoonful to n pint of water nnd lintho with It. It stops tho KchliiK anil heats. For So vera Hums. Apply n poultlco of raw potatoes. Ornlo potalocs froah every tlmo tho poultlco Is to lie chniiRed, spread thickly on n cloth nnd lay cloth over tho burns. Itcmnvo as flint as tho Julco evaporates. Hums treated In tlila innnuur will seldom leave a scar. For n Felon. Mix together ono ork. one tnblcspoon of strained lionoy, ono tab...

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. — 18 February 1910

A New Plan for National Forest Boundaries. The examination of National Forest boundaries carried on by the forest officers lust summer and fall, upon the initiative of Secretary Wilson and under his direction, has resulted in new in formation, which will make it possible to restore to the unre served public domain much land along- the edges of and within Forests that is not best suited to forest purposes. This is to be done under a plan just approved by President Taft. The plan was formulated by Secretary Wilson and Ballingcr jointly and submit ted to the President in the fol lowing letter: "After having1 very carefully considered the matter of elimina tions from the additions to the National Forests, we respectfully recommend that the following general policy be adopted: 1. Lands," wholly or in part covered with brush or under growth, which protects stream now or checks erosion on the watershed of any stream import ant to irrigation or to the water supply to any city, town or com m...

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. — 25 February 1910

9 A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME It. CA.RRIZOKO. LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FEBRUARY 25, 1910. NUMBER 3 The Next Home. Much has been said about the political complexion of the next congress. The democrats confi dently expect to capture a ma jority of scats at the fall elec tions, and the republicans fear they will. Commenting on this situation and taking the result of the recent election in the sixth Mlrtwurl district for a text, where the democrats gained more than u thousand votes over the general election, the New York Sun says: There are twenty districts in which republicans hold their scats in the present house by less than 1,008 majority or plurality, and there arc nine democrats sim ilarly situated. There arc eleven republicans who hold their seats in the present house by majori ties or pluralities greater than 1,000 but less than 2,000, and fif teen democrats arc in the same situation." It continues: All told then, twenty-nine scats arc held by...

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. — 25 February 1910

CARRIZOZO NEWS garmzozo NEW MEXICO USES OF A COLLEGE. Whntovcr critics may any to tho con trary, it novcr wbb and probably novor will bo tbo purpoao ot tho standnrd collcgo to train young mun for busi ness, says Hoaton (Hobo. Colleges do not ovon train men for tho profes Elons. Thoro aro professional schools for that purpose, and In tho days when no such Bchools existed mcdlclno was taught in tho oIHcob ot physicians and law in the offices of lawyers, just as business was and still is taught in places of business. Colleges wore not instituted to niako physicians nor to mako lawyers. Neither woro they In stituted to train men for business. Hchools for special training havo mul tiplied rapidly tho world ovor. Kvon buslnosB Bchools are not lacking, al though tho busrnesr school which shall be in fact a post-graduate ono to a reg ular acadomlo courso has not yot ar rived. Mcanwbllo tho commercial col lego or business scnool 1b doing excel lent work. Thoro is no reason why it should not ...

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. — 25 February 1910

SIMPLE AND SAFE VALUABLE COLLECTION HOUSEHOLD REMEDIES. OF CLIP THIS OUT Allevlants for Minor Ills That Every Mother Should Be Familiar with Will Frequently 8avo a Doctor'e Bill. To Stop n Paroxysm of Coughing. Taku n tablespoon of glycerin In a glass of hot milk. For Hoarseness. Uont tho wlilto of nn egg to n stiff froth, ndil tho julco of ono lemon, two tablespoons of pulvor Ircd sugnr nnd half a teaspoon of gly corlu. Tnka a lltllo every half hour until rcllovcd. For Ivy Poison. (Jot ten cents' worth of liypnHtilphlto of sodn nt tho ; drus storo, put In n tcnspoanful to n pint of water nnd hatha with It It stops tho Itching and lionls. For Sovcro HurnH. Apply n poiiltlco of raw potatoes. (Jralu putatuus fresh every tlmo tho pnultlco Is to hn chniiRcd, spread thickly on n cloth nnd lay cloth over tho burns. ltomovo as fast nn tho julco evaporates. Ihirns , treated In UiIh manner will suldoni ' lenvo n scar. For n Folon. Mix totcolhor ono orb, 1 ono tablespoon of strained honoy, on...

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. — 25 February 1910

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS t'ubllnheilaverjr Krldar at Cakhizozo - Nitw Mitxico, Htitnrml nit noooncl cIium mnltor Jnno 12, lTOI.at CImi iwHiciiiien iu unrrmuo, nw jibiico, anner t lie Act oi Ainrcii.i. in,v. HUlIHCllllTlON hATICHl Ons Yeitr II. SO ilz Mimtli 1100 f NO. A. ItAl.KY, ... Killlnr. Constitutional Convention. If the present statehood bill goes through and New Mexico is allowed to form a constitution, the number of delegates allowed in the constitutional convention, based on the vote cast for dele gates at the last election, will be an even hundred. A study of the number of delegates from the var ious counties shows this basis to be an unfair one. The reason is obvious. The sections of the territory that have increased so largely in popula tion the past two years arc denied their just share of representation, Think of Eddy county being al lowed 2 delegates and Valencia 3; Chaves county 4 and Bernalillo 8; Roosevelt and Curry combined S and Santa Fe 6; Quay 5 and So corro fi. But ...

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. — 25 February 1910

President Tart has sent the trust buster, Wade Ellis, to Ohio to recapture that state from the democrats. His handy in a n stormed the state committee and iuccamc its chairman, but how about the people they'll be heard from this fall. The Senate statehood bill is far from pleasing to all classes of our citizens, irrespective of party, and this, of course, will be an excuse for congress to let th measure go over. Iu fact, recent advices lrom Washington indicate that that is exactly what we may expect. Wc expected to publish an opinion this week on the county scat question, but it has been de layed and could not be presented to our readers this week. Wc confidently expect its arrival daily, and when it docs come our' readers shall have the benefit. Therefore, be patient and wait, for "everything comcth to him who waits." "Hattling" Nelson was beaten to a pulp Tuesday, and surrend ered the light weight champion ship to a younger antagonist, Ad Wolgast, in the 40th. round. The terrible ...

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. — 25 February 1910

warn Off The Ole Woman Write. Well, here I come again Mistah Haley, an' yo' wassant 'spectin cr nuthcr letter, was yo'? But seems like I jes have to write yo' now an' then jes fo ole times sake. Well sah, Mistah Haley, I 'scaped do yallar fever, I 'scaped de small pox, I 'scaped dc colery, an' I 'scaped dc spantods but I couldn't 'scape dc vaccination an' dats jes zackly dc reason I muss write yo Seems like some ob dc people roun' 'bout here don' take to dc vaccination much, do dcy, an' I don't blame dem cr bit, bIio's yo' bo'n I don't, fo' dc fact is, I jes 'bout soon have dc small pox at once an' be done wid dc pesky thing, hadn' yo'? Now, not long 'go, some edu cated, scrapin's ob white trash took an' wrote yo' cr whole mess 'boutdis vaccinalin' compulshion ary law an' from dc way I inter prctcd his articles ob war on vac cination I 'spoze he sho' knowed what he was talkin' cr 'bout an' I tol' Sam so too, but Sam, dc ole poke easy, he was 'fraid he'd lose his oflis cf he did'n' v...

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