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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 12 June 1908

CARRIZOZO NEWS. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME . CAKIKZO,0, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. JUNE 12. IJ08. NUMHEK M MTllllimilllllllllllllllllullllllullUII iiiMinuiniiiiiiiinii lHliiHliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHi The House of Quality and Low Prices- Prompt attention given to Delivery Orders. WE HUY HIDES, WOOL AND MOHAIR. (all and See Our 0. Y. B. Tinware THe Best Made The Hamilton-Brown American Ladies' and Gentlemen's Shoes. We now liave a supply of FINE NATIVE WHITE OATS. Do not forget that wc still have the Arkausii. Sun-Dried and Evaporated Apples. COME IN AND LEARN OUR LOW PRICES Stock ami Dairy Salt. Walnuts, Pecans toid Peanuts. We want your business, and will make It to your interest to trade wltb us. A trial crdpr win bear out this statement. 1 Capitan flercantile Co. iiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiniw P. G. Peters, Proprietor. lrrcirnnril The pipe line on South Kork received another jolt Monday night. A hole was blown in it in two places on that da...

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 June 1908

- - r Carrizozo News CAHIUZOZO, NEW MEXICO. , How Would You Like LocuiUT Probably few pcopla nro aware that Insocts, nB a Rroup, constitute a Botirco of food supply for tho rncoa of man 'Hind. Yot Insects lmvu bcon cnton from llmo immomorlul, somotlmea fig uring as luxuries, nt othora as a staplo nrtlclo of diet. Perhaps tbo chlaf food Insect nnd nn Important ono, too 1b tho locuiit. It furnlRhoB tho favor Ito food of many ntimorous African trlboH, Bomo nations living almost ex clusively upon Its teeming hordos. Lo custs, says tho Scientific Amorlcan, huvo been regarded ns luxuries from tho earliest times of which any rec ants remain to us. In tho llrltlsh mu Binim thoro Is u Nlnuvch Bculpturo showing men carrying dltforcnt kinds of meat to Ronio festival, and among thorn aro somo who carry long sticks to which locusts aro Hod. In Athens of old locusts and grasshoppers wcro sold In the mnrkots and thoy woro thou preferred us dainties nbovo tho most succulent quails or tho best figs....

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 June 1908

p.- -tW-fj ELECTRICAL GENIUS KELLY OF MASSACHUSETTS, THE "ORIQINAL 60,000 VOLTMAN." 48erved Apprenticeship Under WUard gMHEdlion, Out It Little Known to the Public Has Perfected Eighty Patent!. JljpBton. Outnhlo of men with knowl edge of electrical nfTalrs nnd nchlovc montB, It In nnt generally known thnt THcro In llvltiK In I'IUmHoIiI. Mass.. nn Inventor nnd engineer who linn won high distinction In developing tho great clcctrlcnl Industry of thU coun try. John Forrest Kelly, tho "original CO. 000 volttunii." la n friend of tho wlznrd fcoj 2 Kdlson nn HPrvcd nn apprenticeship under hlin. llo hns perfected 80 pot outs, has received u degree of doctor or philosophy nnd his nnmo Ih hur Ki'stlvo of progressive methods In olec trlcal machinery nnd stntlon de dun. John Forrest Kelly, son cf Jcrcmlnh nd Knto (Forrest) Kelly, wns horn imr Carrlck-on-Sulr, Irolnnd, Mnrch S, 1 859. lloth of Ills parents were tochers, nnd several of Ills ancestors nd their collateral relatives woro dably succ...

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 June 1908

J, t .'..Jl. t'M WB CARRIZOZO NEWS Gakki.ozo Nhw Mitxico. Al'lllctlon mmlontllii) inrtlnlIlM-, CnrrUnjn Npw MkiIpo. fur trntiamWulitu tlirmmli tliititinlln it. xviillll IIIUtllT I NO, A. II A l.l'.V, . IMItor. HUlim:ilII'riOMl.TliH. Dm Yi-nr. t Miintlm. 11.40 M.hO Announcements, ! KOIt COUNTY HUIIVUYOH I'hnNKWNlit nulliiirliiHl In natiiiiiiirn Hint W, II. Ihmljr l h cnmllilnto (or iiMlctlon totho nlllco of Count) Hurrpyur. milijrti to Ibr action of tlia ilwuocrnUc rl INTRODUCTORY. Two weeks ago, in the Capital! News, the announcement was mudu that the Cakhizozo Nkws would be its successor. The stntciucnt is vcrilieil today the Gakkizozo rs'itws is a fact. The initial number is not what it should be nor what we should like it to be, of which fact wo arc only too conscious; but we feci that our readers will not be hasty in their judgment, or, at least, that they will reserve their criti cism until we have become butter acquainted with conditions. Our old subscribers need no introducto...

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 June 1908

CIIAVGS COUNTY DtlAtOCRATIC 1 NOAlfNUBS. In the democratic primaries, Held in Chaves county hint week, the following candidates were notninuted: Sheriff C. L. liallartl; Treasurer- James Sutherland: Probate Clerk- -F. P. (iayle; Assessor (uy II. Herbert; Superintendent of Schools- C. C. Hill; Probate Jude J. T. ICvans; Surveyor V. K. Kenney; Gotumissioner V. M. Atkinson; Commissioner -K. J. Kritz. The vote on assessor wns very close, Herbert winning over Heck, LHUAL NOTICH. TIIK K II. WKM3II COM VAN V W. .SK .Wtiiiipi.il by AltHrliinriit. Nil I JUL Tin- il-ft-mlunt V. M. l-mi" I hereby notified Hint ii milt lum Iwihi commenc-d In the DMrlct Court of the County of l.llittdli. Territory nf Sew Mexlro, iilnt it 1 1) the plaintiff. The I). II. Welch Company, fur Ilia- turn nf Two Hundred nml Tlilrt)-tuo Dollar iiml nrrrtiud lntirei nml Htturiir) fee, fur mouy iIiim it. the Mill ptiilnllhT. mi account of iicertniu proinlnwir) noli 111 urltiuir miulii by I In- mill ilofeiiilunl, mill li)i...

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 June 1908

. Wwnwmi!ijHTjprWr " ' i !!) jimMiari,Miinm,n,. in w mi w '';, ' m ftmk&ttm of tile Hfiift, flhjnfll f ftntnej- CcrmiNiattcm nf Lim coin Ootmty, tfew Meaieo, hM iltmt 1, 1 90S, at Board of HqtmHtation. f'reaetrlt: ittpmV' trr u the ftnranih of $SS, Mint to Mttinvd by tht Bmftt. Til Mio ins mntitf of Qlfetr Pekr, rated by the TScwrd 15 Bead of cattle. In the ins matter nf Jones Tnl While the Other Fellow is Kickir About Hard Times Hon. R. H. Taylor, chsrimn if s iaferro, raised by assessor 3,000 ' P. L. Knw, member; 'head of sheep, mnti' in reduced K. A. Dttraa, member by the Board, j W. 15. Kiinbrell, clerk. Board adjourned till Wed mm-1 Tlie mimites of Inst meeting dity, .htne 3rd, PJUS, nl8 it. in. I Wru reml nnrt approved, i Board mot pnrtiunttt to adjourn j lit lilt UK mn tier of Kstnnia- mem: nil present as before. i Inuo Cardon. mine mud. br the All agricultural In nil in Lincoln nnsessor of $132 flu, hi-reby bus- county, in cultivation under the tni bed by the Hoard, so-c...

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 June 1908

, - -J "TjrjpT -'rtjCi -fw nw ii Stat h ' rif -v itjt Welch S: Titsworth New School Books As per List ndoptcil by tlie Tcrrituri.il Hoard of Education. . 'J O C3 W H O O P J o t Id Barbed Wire. Sash Doors, Glass, Paints and Oils. SCREEN DOORS. McCALL'S PATTERNS. We Buy Mohair. WELCH & TITSWORTH. 3 fit 1 - (y? s 88 1 1 s Si & $ CAPITAN. bolide Skinner was in from the from Kansas last wcok. They the publication of a notice asking gal Mcta Saturday. an: perfect specimens of ttieir a permit to take water for irriga- J. W. Zllars, an El Paso capi- M'"! a"l luiul color to the plain, ling purposes from the Tortolita. list, ttpeut cveral days in Car- Geo. II. Clements, circulation Mrs. N. H. Taylor and grand :ozo this week, looking after manager and livid hustler for the daughter, Miss Puarl, returned intercuts here. 131 Paso Herald, was in Carrizzo Monday from a mouth's visit to J. A Norman enmc up thuoth- Tuesday evening between traius, East Tennessee. This was Mrs. day in an auto...

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 June 1908

WAYS OF COOKING CABBAGE. Succulent Vegetable Need Not Always Be Served Boiled. Although cabbago linn often been J cuiicu mo poor wan s vcgotnuio, ninny nppotlr.liiR nml nttrnctlvo illshes can bo nimlo from It. Wo rIvo sovornl good recipes: An ttniiHtinlly good salad was recent ly served nt n luncheon. The Insldu of n Rood-sired cnbbngo wns rut out. unit tho spneo filled with n nilxtiiro of chopped celery, cucumbers nnd pep pcra drcsHcd with oil nnd vlncgnr, nnd well sensoned. TIo top of tho cnb bngo wns rcplnced nftor tho U'IIiir wns put In, nnd tho hetid wiib then placed on u pinto In front of tho lioa tcsB, who did tho Rorvlng. Tho KtiOHtB wondered If they beheld an other mysterious Jack Horner pie. Another way to uro n bond of cnb bngo Is to follow tho flnmo plan, only filling tho holo with finely chopped meat, r. Ilttlo onion, nnd bread TiimbH. Dnko until tender nnd then cut In mIIcob nnd servo with n cream Banco. This tnnkcB n very good luncheon dish or nn cntrco nt dinner. Fri...

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. — 12 June 1908

UNCLE tfAMPELflN&UP THE &OLD Canada as a reserve for dominion treasury notes amount to more than $30,000,000. Other nations think so highly of American cold coin that Uioy have quietly gathered a Block of It and put It whore, In a pinch, It will do tho most Rood, Tlicro Is a small quantity of gold used In tho nrts. It Is dllucult to placo all tho gold tlio American pcoplo hnvo, In stlta of a caroful Benrch mado by tho director of tho mint Tho director Is satisfied that the United States has moro of tho yollow metal than nny othor nation, aormany Is second with $1,030,300,000, which Is $000,000,000 less than wo have. Frnnco Is third with $820,400. 000. llustla fourth with $033,400,000; United Kingdom fifth, 4180,700,000, and Austria-Hungary sixth, $300,400, 000. Frnnco, which has less than half tho population of tho United States, has tho largest per capita proportion of gold, $23.57, Tho United Stntos has $18.00. aormany, $17. Tho United Kingdom, $11.03. Kusstn, $0.05, and A...

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. — 12 June 1908

IP n j .J An Averted Conflagration. . What might huve developed j into .1 disastrous lire was narrow- j ly averted Monday morning by tlie presence of mind and quick action of A. T, Roberts, manager of tlie Carrizozo livery stable, i .Iu the early hours of the forenoon' while iu his office he detected a I smell of lire. He quickly took up the scent, which led hint to one of the stalls, where he found a pretty good-sized lire well under ' fj way. lie immediately shouted j iiit iii a. m nun caiicu lor waier, and then proceeded to dump hay by the bale on the burning mass, which smothered the flames, and kept the fire from spreading to the woodwork, by which time a number of men arrived with buck ets of water, drawn from a well, and completely extinguished it. Although the lire was a small one, it would have quickly devel oped into a large blase, and per haps wiped out a large portion of the town. The lire is supposed to have originated by someone carelessly dropping a partly smoked ciga...

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. — 19 June 1908

CARRIZOZO NEWS A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME '). CARIRZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, JUNE lJ08. NUMBEK 15 The House of Quality and Low Prices. I Prompt attention given to Delivery Orders. WE BUY HIDES, WOOL AND MOHAIR. (all and See Our 0. V. B. Tinware The Best Made The Hamilton -Brown American Ladies' and Gentlemen's Shoes. We now have a supply of FINE NATIVE WHITE OATS. Do not forget that we stilt have the Arkansas Sun-Dried and Evaporated Apples. COME IN AND LEARN OUR LOW PRICES Stock and Dairy Salt. Walnuts, Pecans and Peanuts. We want your business, and will make It to your Interest to trade wltb us. A trial order will bear out this statement. Capitan flercantile Co. firMiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH P. G. Peters, Proprietor. Ed. W. Harris made a fly i tiff trip to El Paso Wednesday. Mm. John II. Skinner returned Sunday from a week's visit on the Mesa. Audy Mayes was in town Mon day from his ranch beyond the Mai Pais. J...

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. — 19 June 1908

THE CAP1TAN NEWS CAP1TAN, NEW MEXICO. Oood of Debating Societies. Schoolboys who declaimed "Tlio boy toodon tho burning deck, whonsnll buttlm ud lied" havo boon Inughod off tho platform, nnd now, llko Fourth ot July sprcad-eaglo oratorB, aro only n memory of tho older goncrntlon. But tho declaiming Bchoolboy, for nil his sheepish slurring of words and vocif erous falso emphases, got ono groat benefit practlco In standing on his foet boforo an audlcnco. To glvo his successors similar practice, foronslc debating under proper Instruction Is clearly tho thing for upper grammar classes, high schools and ncadomles. Debating means not only spenklng but thinking, nnd Is thoreforo morn valua ble than "speaking ploceH." A rccont leaflet of tho New England Association of Teachers of English makes a strong plea for tho oncourngement on tho part ot teachers and parents of organ ized debate betweon schoolboys. It has tho excitement of contest, Is re lated to tho teaching of English, nnd has a bea...

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. — 19 June 1908

Tht Police Etcort. 0 lllufltrloim visitor arrived, At of tho town, and was be n by tho rccoptlon commit- railway Htntlon, ho saw, 1 tnllltnry position, two long Iwnrt pollcomcn. o thoHP pollcnmcn for?" ho n commlttcomnn ncnr him. e hero lo escort you through wnB tho answer. Tt mo throtiRh tho crowd? ( pollccmont" ho exclaimed, JpiI, with n twinkling cyo, "do o mo for u tmscbnll umplro?" , THREE GOOD COLD PUDDINGS nt tho Albany "Fountain," Poor Lad. ng conversation Is Raid to ico in n Iloston olovator: "Don't you ovor fool sick down In this olovator all by "Ycs'm." -"It Is tho motion of tht n" 'loy "No'm." -"Tho motion of going Hoy "No'm." ."Tho slopping?" r Hoy "No'm." ( "What Is It then?" r Hoy "Tho questions." "Albany," Denver, you will all. No Use for Mules. iwccli In tho llouso of ltoprr-- Mr. OliiiHtond of Pr-nnsyl-iplnlncd why llioro Is no mnr IlKsourl mutes In Wnshtngton. 'inn ago," ho said, "n member ixoiirl hnd a letter from n con vked what prlco ho could ob rnrloml of mule...

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. — 19 June 1908

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS I'afallahedeTtry frldiy l Cakki.ozo Nuw Mkxico. Application mode at tlin poelollice, Cnrrliozo, New Meilco, (or trnnmnlitloii tltmnuli tilt limllK m aeaoml elaaa mutter I NO. A.TiAmYy. Killlor. BUB8C1MT10N hATEHi On Year. Hi Muatht. II.SU 11.00 Announcements. VOIt COUNTY HUIIVKYOK TbnNnwn I aatborltetl to announce that W. It. Ileaty It a candidate for re-election tilths office of County Bunreyor, ntiliject ti the action of the domoemtla pnrty The sanctity of franchise and the purity of the ballot will he interestingly discussed in the forthcoming New Mexico cam paign. The frauds of two years ago will not be repeated; the pen itentiary yawns for any guilty of such flagrant election abuses that have disgraced this territory in the past. The 'democrats not only demand an honest election, but are determined that it shall be honest. Roosevelt has named Taft as his successor, has supervised the drafting of the republican plat form, and even revised temporary chairman Bu...

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. — 19 June 1908

BVlion th aaltbo cur InffTccclvi tefit Uu dra,wn up li llncR of atn V'Wlitit ti' inquired o. tho crow.1,' "To esc All thv mid hd, they tall Sunday' Ball dame. livery team ami riin the town that con 1(1 be pressed into service was used to convey the hull team and the numerous fans the lat ter consisting of many of the gentle sex to White Oaks, to participate in and witness Sun day's ball game. Even the auto mobiles made the run up to the mountain town, bearing happy crowds, anxious to see Carrizozo wallop While Oaks. It was an ideal day just the dSriSSKlWhile the Other Fellow is Kicking About Hard Times Meet' in. 'Denver, ft kind' to bring the playing quali tics of both teams to the front; Tho follow, and the fans were much in evi-''"oirtllnTy-cncc, the players of both teams koIiik tip nnd receiving their due meed of praise ''Klovntor 1 or censure, as the point of view Old Lndy- presented itself. We arc com ROi5L!l?5 . ticllcd to acknowledge, however. Old Lndy that in this feature of...

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. — 19 June 1908

PLANKS FUOn TUG DEMOCRATIC I'LATPORAl. Wc, the Democrats of New Mexico, in delegate convention assembled at Koswcll, again rc-j new our pledge of allegiance to tliosc fundamental principles of' democracy as originally enunciaj ted by our first great leader, Thomas Jefferson, chief among which is contained in the maxim, ' 'Equal rights to all, special priv-' ileges to none." Wc believe this," maxim, rightly applied is capable i of solving all the great questions' which are now agitating the inin Is of the American people the reform of the tariff, the suppression of the trusts, the regulation of the railroad and the attitude of our government to wards imperialism. m Public office is a public trust and and no man is worthy of any office, either elective or appointive, who does not appreciate the obligation he is under, not alone to his party, but to the whole people, whom he turves, to faithfullv and imparti ally discharge all of his official duucf.; and wc condemn the Re publican part...

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. — 19 June 1908

Welch S: Titsworth New School Books As per Mst adopted by the Territorial Hoard of Education. o o V, 7 o 73 W o tJ a f- O o pa r- a O w 7) Barbed Wire. Sash Doors, Glass, Paints and Oils. SCREEN DOORS. McCALL'S PATTERNS, We Buy Mohair. c V. 50 o o o K v. V. -3 H o WELCH & TITSWORTH. CAPITAN. The Tularosa Mercantile com- pany. This week they have Hied patiy has sold out to a new cor- suit to foreclose the lieu, iu the poratiou that has been formed, sum of $310 and interest and at to be known as the W. D. Tipton torney'a fees, company, nf which V. D. Tipton Jjavic Saunders, a prospector is president and general manager, nm mining man. who owns some John II. Canning, vice president, promising claims about 12 miles and Watt Gilmore, secretary and wcsl, wns i town last week and treasurer. stated that business in his district W. P. Mclntyrc, who is inter- was quiet at present, but he ex ested iu the new town of Sunny- pected considerable activity there side, and also owns some valuabl...

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. — 19 June 1908

CHEESE IN SALAD 18 SAID TO GIVE FINE FLAVOR TO THE DI3H. Especial Care Needed In Cooking Meats and Vegetables If Success Would Do Assured Preparing Fish and Meat. A lloston hostess sorvcd such n de licious vcgotnblo snlnd tho other night, that In Hplto of themselves uuu or two of tho kuchIb oxclnlmcd ovor tt. Tho unusual tlnvor win; Riven, It scorns, by mldlng n couplo of handfuls of oroiun cheoHa to tho French dress ing, which shows Hint there's a chnnca yet for something new in snlnd mak- lntr. An iinusunlly snappy Rnlad calls for 1 a small ciiciimbor, n bollod beet, u couplo of nnchovicB, two hard-boiled eggs, a boiled potato, 21 IiIk olives mid a head or lettuce, jioko ino i'ronclt droHHltm and Incorporato the unchovles which lmvo boon ninshed to a ponte, with II. Kino tho snlnd howl with tho lottuco and put tho vnrloun ingredients, all cut Into dice, Into It. Season with salt and paprika, uprlnkio lightly with sherry about n nunrtor i of n cupful and turn tho droHHlnR , over. T...

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. — 19 June 1908

ADRIFT FORMERS T TERRIBLE HARDSHIPS ENDURED BY SAILORS SHIPWRECKED IN THE PACIFIC OCEAN. TWO OF SURVIVORS SUCCUMB Craft Containing Six Unfortunate Men Picked Up by British Veiiel After They Had Undergone Interne Suffering. Now Yorlc A tnlo of tho sen, rival ing in horror and hardship any trag edy or tho deep over told, was brought hero tho other day by William Kuhl- mnnn, a seunmn, who was 11 pilssengor on tho Rteumor Voltalru from South American ports. Kuhlnmnn Is ona of six survivors of tho crow of tho Amorlcnu ship Tllllo The Sl(jnal of Distress Was Answered. B. Starhuck, which was abandoned last August nioro than n thousand nillos off tho Pacific canst of Sutith America. Ho and his companions uara rescued by llrltlsh ship after drifting about on tho ocean for eight wcoks In an opon boat. . Two of tho six men who had lived ro long In tho llttlo craft dlod aflor succor had coino to thorn, and Kuhl mann spunt ninny weeks in n hospital at Valparaiso recovering from tho of fects of 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. — 19 June 1908

'X!i: Died from Paralysis, Mrs. Paxton, of Duncan, Okla., died last Friday at the ranch home of her son-in-law, Mr. Pete Long, ubout one mile north of town. The deceased lady was 61 years of age, and had been on a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Long, for about six weeks. She wa enjoying almost perfect health, and was preparing to re turn to her eastern home, when she was suddedly stricken with that most mysterious disease paralysis which deprived her of sight, voice and power to move, and left her almost instantly a helpless, semi-conscious being. Her husband was notified by wire and word was received that he had started; but as he has not arrived up to the present, it is supposed that he is marooned somewhere in Kansas by the high waters. Mr. Long was also tele graphed for to El Paso, and ar rived on the lirst train, and re mained until the end. The body was shipped Sunday morning to Duncan, Okla., for interment. The sympathy of the commu nity is extended to Mr. and Mrs. Long and re...

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