From The Santa Fe New Mexican;
July 13, 1914: Hope, N.M. — William Lenox and Elza White, two Roswell cadets who are spending their vacation engaged in the pleasant pastime of digging postholes on the White Ranch, are having some troubles learning to be faunal naturalists and both were visitors to local physicians this week seeding treatment for rattlesnake and blood poisoning. Lenox was trying to extract the poisonous fangs of a newly captured rattlesnake with a pair of pliers and after pulling one tooth, the snake took advantage of him and stuck his remaining fang in his left forefinger. He doctored himself for three days but his hand began to swell, so he came to get treatment.
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