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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 13 May 1910

Farmers should eat more- oatmeal. Although tho farmor of today Is nblo to buy almost anything ho wants to wear or cat ho Isn't paying enough tttcntlon to food values when it conies to his own table. Ho feeds his stock carefully, avoids jver-fecdlng and seloctB tho Htock food that ho bcllovcfl will give tho best re turns InRtrcngth and goncral efficiency. If ha has been watching the exten Ivo researches and experiments on tho question of tho hct human food for musclo and brain ho wf;i heed tho advlco from nil sides to "cat moro Qunkor Oats." Quaker Oats Is mentioned becauso It Is recognised In this country and Huropo an tho best of nil oatmcalH. Feeding farm hands on Qunkor Oats means getting moro work out of them than If you feed them on anything elso. "1 A Mean Scheme. "Is your wlfo homo?" "Yoh; 1 got tired of having her away." "Hut I thought she Intended staying four months?" "Sho did. I got tho office boy to wrlto on n enrd: 'Hotter como home. Krom n well wisher.' And sho took th...

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. — 13 May 1910

Til 13 CAKKlZOZO NEWS I'abllalieil ery Friday at Cakkizozo Nw Mitxico Knte rril a leeoml ela matter Jnna VI, lWfl, at the pontolHce at(!arrloto, New Meiico, uniler thtaetof March, WV. HUllHOnilTIOS HATICH: dm Ynr .... $I.V Hit Monthi (by mall) f I.UO JNO. A. ha ley. Km Ton King Edward Dead. Edward VII., who had reigned over the English nation for nine years, died one week ago, aged 6'J years. His rciirn has been short, in point of years, but his long public life bclorc accession, and the. brief period of his reign, will occupy a prominent place in history. He was a man of peace, and since he was crowned king England has enjoyed peace as never before. 'The king is dead; long live the king!" shouts the multitude as George V. is crowned king. The new king is forty-five years of age. To Americans, at least, his name is a handicap, and the odium attached to his predeces sors of that name will be produc tive of many unkind criticisms if he fails to become a wise king. It is conceded that ...

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. — 13 May 1910

Qt W. HALL Carrizoro, LINCOLN LOCALS. . Mrs. T. II. Rogers and Arthur Rogers and wife left for Roswcll whore Miss May Rogers is clan gcroUsly ill at the hospital. The latest reports arc that her recov ery is douhtfiij. Mr. and Mrs. J. it, Rigglc went to Tiintic last Sunday to tiring hack their daughter Genevieve, who had been visiting down there with the Cole family the past week. They were accompanied by Miss lonu. Stevens and Miss Cora Cole. Mrs. C. A. Stevens drove to Capitaii last Monday morning and returned the same day. Attorneys Geo. H. Harbor and Win. F. A. Gierke returned home the last of the week. Mr. in r I Mru. I. IT. Itriilulront went to Cnrrtznn. whori Mrs. Carrizozo Itradstrcct boarded the traid for her old home near St. Louis, Missouri. Mr. Bradstrect is fix ing up their future home in Kos wcll, in the meantime. John D. Rockefeller would iro broke if he should spend hiscntlrc income trying to prepare a ocitcr medicine Uian Chamberlain's Col ic, Cholera and Diarrhoea ...

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. — 13 May 1910

AIUntACi' OF COUNTY RECORDS. KtirnMiwI liy American Tllle A Tin it Co. Lincoln, N. M. Dkkds Dorotco Luccro. Pro bate Judge, to ISIcna 1 dc Vi gil, designated as heir under last will and testament of Manuel Martinez, deceased, part w2 sw4 sec. 18 & n2 nw4 sec. 19, twp. 10 S. rgc. 17 13. and water rights; considc.ation $1.00, Milton Dow and wife to Wil liam D. Dow, lots V) and 10 blk 7; lots (t and 7 blk 13, and lots 4 and 5 blk 12, Carrizozo, consider ation $1.00. John and J. 15. Mocho, single, to Bomcl Kolar and Myrtle Kolar w4 sec. 27; n2 nc4, sc4 nc4 and nc4 sc4 sec. 28 twp. 7 S. rgc 15 E. and yi of water rights in Gumm Springs; consideration $1.00. John C. Trapp and wife to MatticJ. Gatcwnod, lot 1 nc4 sec. 2 and lot 4 uw4 sec. 1 twp. 1 S. rgc 13 15., and other lands in Torrance county; considera tion $1750.00. Right oh Way -Willie Kritz toColorado Telephone Co. across nef sc4, sc4 nw4 and sw4 sc4 sec. 32twp. 10 S. rgc. 17; considera tion $9.00. JvOCATION Noticks S. C. Bcr-ry...

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. — 13 May 1910

Welch S: Titsworth Fuller & Johnson's Farm Pump Engines Farm Seeds, Farming Implements, Farm Wagons SEED Wholesale and Retail SEED OATS GENERAL MERCHANDISE BARLEY Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing;, Boots and Shoes Iron Roofing, Garden Seeds, Chicken Netting WELCH & TITSWORTH. C A PIT AN. C. D. Wilson was over from Capitan Monday. Mrs. W. M. Rcily and children returned yesterday from a visit to relatives at Capitau. Mrs. Geo. A. Head returned to Capitan last week, after more than a year's absence in Arizona. Mrs. Chas. A. Stevens, wife of the sheriff, came up from Lincoln yesterday to spend a few days li ere. L. C. Barlow, who has charge of the Old Abe cyanide plant, at While Oaks, mane a trip to El Paso this week. Dr. M. G. Padcn has been ap pointed local health officer, by County Health Physician E. J. Cowart, of Capitan. Seaborn T. Gray and son Sea born came ovct on Monday's train from Gapitan, and left the same evening for El Paso. Judge T. W. Henley, postmas ter at Nogal a...

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. — 13 May 1910

El CARRIZOZO NEWS cAnruzozo NEW MBXICO Economy In tho household Is now tho slogan. Thoro Is joy In tho African Junglos. Tho big bunt Is over. In this crisis America expects ovory hen to do her duty. Cold storage Is now trying to hold Up 90,000,000 of people One can still cat crow and not break the rules of tho meat boycott Investigation or tho high cost of II" Ing makes food for thought abundant Unfortunately there Is novor a pre Inventory sale In tho necessities of life. Pretty soon you'll hear sonic- man bragging that bis hens laid all winter I f0r him. Thoro Is rntho: oioro water In this country now than tho country really needs. An Ohio man has boon killed by n camol's blto. Need wo look for an epidemic? Tho world Is bolng flooded with gold, says a Yalo professor. Forfcctly i dry out bcro, prof. It is now said thnt tho Atlnntlo ocean Is 170,000,000 yours old. it keeps its ago remarkably woll. Ono of tho surest aids to longovlty, according to numorous correspondents. Is to bo bor...

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. — 13 May 1910

NEW FOR THE TABLE NOVELTIES THAT WILL PLEASE . YOUn QUESTS. IN DOUBT. Nut Croquette! Are Inviting and Eas lly Prepared Stuffed Peppers Made Along Same Lines Dumpling Desserts. When guests nro expected somo lit tle novelty In tlio wny of nn entreo holps out wonilurfully. Ono audi Is nut croquettes, vory unusual nnd dainty, tnndo thus: Ornto cnouRh second.dny bread to mnko two cupfuls, chop In tho mcnt chopper or tho nut mill ono and one third cupfuls or shelled English wal nuts. Stir theso together In n bnsln with n siiinll piece of huttcr, n table spoonful of pralcd onion Juice nnd n tablespoonful of moco Molt In n skillet ono largo tcaspoonftil of but ter, with half n tcnspnonful of flouri add slowly ono cup of sweet milk. Al low this to boll, (hen add tho other In gredients with snlt to tnsto Add n beaten egg and, when removed from tho tiro, a teaspoonful of lemon Julco. Mix thoroughly and turn upon a plat ter to cool, (toll Into halls or cones Dip In egg and bread crumbs ns usual...

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. — 13 May 1910

I'rc-t ct.iutives (or 'iubcrculoiit. (Omttliiue I fmin llfst h1rp. ) 9. ii lint tli'k joiirtioou or wlpo It with )nr li mid or nlooii'. ID. Ktwiiyuur fncc, jniir ImmU and lltwr nnll clean. tl. Kci'ptlio Interior of iinr IkhIjt clean lif nllnwliitf nutliluu tuito lulu itoxcnit piirn IimnI Htiil intra drink. II. Do not krtp your rulilxni on In tlio utiiool room. lit. Do not ait wltlitlnmift.'tniil wiaelotlilnui ri'ort to Ioto or roidntar until thoynru ilrjr. II. Do not Mwnp nrt of ii'lo, cntiilv, chow. liitfKUm, hnlf oaVri fowl. f Illation or nnytlilnii olno tlintU to Im put In tlio moiitli. 15. Novor comkIi or mim'Jo In n pcmon'n fncn: turn your face to oiip utile nml liolil it limulkrr clilct lioforc your moiitli. IA. Wlion ilrlnklnir. rliim nut tlin cup nml rin. ty ttlmt wilier you lenro lu tli winh bntln it. ItrKntliafrenlinlrilny unit iilnliti nlmply mold ilrnuitliU. 11. Ilrnitliu, ait. ntniiil nail wnlk'corm-tly. In Koiloiuiooii will ilo mora to rprtit conauinp tloii than all th...

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. — 20 May 1910

(Tarr 13030 IFlewe. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME It. CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, MAY 20, I'JlO. NUMBER 15 Court Until June. I Judge M. C. Mcchcin arrived Tuesday noun, and the regular work of the court began. Up to that time it was a question as to 1 whether the court fur this county would continue or whether the J judge would be compelled to go to Alamogordo to open the fed eral court next Monday. Judge : Mcchcin, however, recognized the necessity of a court here at this time, and scut some telegrams to that effect, which were supple tnculcd by the citizens of the county, and resulted in the post ponement of the Federal term at Alamugordu, and the procedure of the term here, and the an nouncement that the present term would probably last until June. Wednesday morning the Trapp case was taken up, and the em panelling uf a jury begun. The regular venire was exhausted ant:, a special venire of forty-seven News to Delight Women Needing a Suit ...

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. — 20 May 1910

GARR1ZOZ0 NEWS CAimiZOZO NEW MEXICO GOOD LANGUAGE. A Tory valuable bablt (or a fQtnllr to acqutro Is that ot using puro and pro else language As a tnuttor ot art, such an acquisition Is desirable Thoro aro beauty and graco In tbo very form of languago correctly and conclsoly spoken. Thoro Is a charm in tho speak er who Is careful of his manner ol spocch. But far moro important than the beauty of correct speech is tho in tellectual vigor which It simulates and promotos. Tho uso ot good languago encourages tho habit of clear thinking. Speaking woll and thinking woll natu rally go together. Tho Intolloctual process largoly controls tbo mannor of expression. This docs not commond the use of stilted and pompous lan guage, for that can bo, and somotlmcs Is used, to concoil tho lack of thought. Out- objoct Is to dlscourago mussy, in coherent, scrappy and slangy spooch, because It tonds to ruin tho mind and morals, too. Pcoplo who uso such lan guage have confused Ideas and lack nn appreciat...

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. — 20 May 1910

THREE GOOD SOUPS WITH THE BEAN AS THE STAPLE INGREDIENT. Possibilities of Thli Vegetable Have Been Somewhat Overlooked Properly Cooked It le One of the Beit Available. Tho food possibilities of tho boan, lone known, nra almost llllmltnblo. Not only tho omnipresent nnvy benn, but tho black, tho kidney, tho cran berry, tho limn, nnd tho other varie ties may all bo trontcd In many ways. As It happens, they aro all moro or less III trcntcd by tho majority of cooks and mndo too harsh n food for delicate digestions. Black Bean Soup. Souk ono-lmlf pint of black beans over night. In tho morning put to cook with ono pint of water and n pinch of salt tloll till beans aro soft, always adding enough cold water to keep tho quart of water on beans. When thoy nro soft tako them off tho stovo and mash through colnndor. Put back on tho stovo tho part In tho colnndor nnd tho part squoozed through, Add ono small onion chopped, ono-hnlf toaspoonful of mustard, ono-holf tcaspoonful of cel ery salt, a da...

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. — 20 May 1910

j$S$r. : " Tl 113 CAKKIZOZO NEWS ' 1'ubllnlifHl etf rj- Frldar at Cakkizozo Nw Mkxico Knitted mcodiI dm matter Juna VI, 190?, at thn WMtolllr alCarrlcoto, New Moxlco, oniler tlx art of March I, lily. HUllSCKirTION ItATIMi OnaYrar ... - II.M Hit Montlu mail) . . . f 1.00 J NO. A. II A LBV, KMTon Tltc report of the grand jury appears in another column. Forty one indictments were returned, and ciehtecn "no bills." The report contains many good sug gestions, among which was one calling the attention of the court to documents from justices of the peace which came before the jury, bring written on common paper, and in some cases unintelligible, and recommending that the court take the necessary steps to reme dy the matter. A similar sug gestion was made by the previous grand jury, but no action was taken. In case the matter docs not come under the jurisdiction of the district court, wc would suggest that the county commis sioners take it up at their next meeting, and have the different fo...

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. — 20 May 1910

LINCOLN LOCALS. Attorney Gierke left Sunday j for Carrizozo to attend district1 court. Henry LuU relumed from his1 h!icc) camp for a few days rest, j He expressed himself as belli; 1 well pleased with the prospect for a large lamb crop. Reuben Michaclis, for many years a prominent citizen and prosperous merchant in Lincoln, passed through here in his auto Friday en route to Santa Ke. Fruit reports from the Kuidoso and Hondo valleys arc very gratifying-. Recent estimates of the damage to the fruit crop were ex aggerated and most fruit growers expect more than half a crop. Reports from all over the east ern portion of the county indi cate. one of the best lamb seasons in many years. From W to 100 per cent is the average, and the sheep and goat men arc wearing a real Taft smile. Show Storm in May. The eastern slope of the Rocky mountains from Montana and northern Wyoming and well down into Colorado was covered with a mantle of snow Monday. In Col orado the snow fall in some sec tions w...

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. — 20 May 1910

Charged with Stealing Pigeons. Two youthful offenders were brought before Justice Scoggins, Monday, charged with breaking into a pigeon-house and stealing pigeons therefrom. The lads seemed to feel acutely the posi tion they found themselves in, and pleaded to brcakiug into the pigeon-house but denied taking any pigeons, although admitting taking several eggs which they intended to intrust to the mater nal care of an old hen, and in due course of time have pigeons of their own. Justice Scoggins gave the boys a stiff lecture on the seriousness of the offense, and lined them ten dollars each, which, however, he remitted on their promising to be good boys in future and refrain from wrong doing. Cauc seed at Skinner's. In our report of the baseball game here on the 8th inst., wc referred to it as the Carrizozo vs. Fort Stanton teams. The fact is (as wc since learned) that it was the old Capitan team that played here with a few borrowed players. The borrowed players from Fort Stanton, wc...

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. — 20 May 1910

' -if Welch S: Titsworth Fuller & Johnson's Farm Pump Engines Farm Seeds, Farming Implements, Farm Wagon SEED Wholesale and Retail SEED OATS GENERAL MERCHANDISE BARLEY Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes Iron Roofing, Garden Seeds, Chicken Netting WELCH & TITSWORTH. C A PI TAN. J. M. Rice was down from Par sons this week. Mrs. W. J. McAdams is attend ing court from Corona. W. M. Slack was down from Holloway yesterday. John W. Owen was up from Lincoln this week. Elbert Collier was down from White Oaks one day this week. L. K. Lain ay and Joe Cochran were down from the Mesa this week. W. E. Dudley of the mounted police was up from Alamogordo this week. William IS. Blanchard was in this week from his ranch near the Macho. J. V, Bonham, an attorney from Las Cruccs, is attending court here this week. Paul Myer is down from White Oaks today, a spectator at the district court. Dr. Wright of 151 I'aso was here this week, a witness in the Trapp murder case. Octaviano Perc...

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. — 20 May 1910

There is no prob lem of increased cost of food if you cat more Quaker Oats An ideal food; delicious; appetizing; strengthening. Compared with other foods Quaker Oats costs almost nothing and yet it builds the best. 62 The Dog Settled It, Tlio multlmllllonnlro was uncertain, "Mill how do I know you can aup port my daughter In tlio mannor to which hIio Iiiih been accustomed?" ho dcinnndud, dubiously. Tlio Imported nobleinnn mulled btnndly. "I will ro r.o teat," ho volunteered. "Whnt lest?" "I will Iff with you ono yenr nnd ecq how sliu Ih ncciiBtomod and zon I will know whnt to nay." Hut Jimt then JnmcR tlio footninn, liberated tlio $5,000 bulldog. HIb Views on Suffrage. When n fcmnlo cnuvnKHcr naked nn old farmer to nlgn a petition In fnvor of a womnn's movement ho eyed tlio document for nwhllo with suspicion, "No, I'm ngnln' It, Hiiro," was tho re ply, with tho cmphitHln of n man who hnd had stnuo domestic Infelicity. ". woman who'K hIIiih a-iiiovln' In alltiR a Ratlin' In troublo. ...

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. — 20 May 1910

Hoods Sarsaparilla By virtue of its uncqualcd blood-purifying, nerve-strengthening, stomach-tonmg, appetite-restoring properties, is the one Great Spring Medicine. Oft It today. In liquid form or chocolated Utilrl culled Bnrwtlub. IW done II. Brltaln't Rulers. Mr. Lloyd Qeorgo Ih pleasantly proud of his nallonnllty, but It In amo ving Hint ho had tu go bnck to Qucon Kllznbotli nnd the Tudors to dud his torlcnl prccedonco for ri Welsh gov ornmont or Qront llrltaln. On tlio other hnnd, Hnglnnd tins often boon rulod by Scotsmen. Of tho Inst thrco promlors, two Sir Henry Campbell llnnnerinan nnd Mr. IJalfour woro Scotch, Mr. Gladstone nnt for n Scotch constituency, nnd no docs Mr. Asqulth. Irolnnd litis nhvnys boon busy supplying us with governing men. Tho duko of Wellington, Lord Roberts, Lord Clmrloa Ilorcsford, Lord Itussoll and n dozen others Imincdlntoly occur to one. It Is odd to romcmbcr Hint It Is con turlcs slnco Orent Hrltnln hnd n purely English sovorolgn. Tho Tudors wuro Wel...

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. — 20 May 1910

Report of Grand Jury. CnrrUoro.N.M., May H. HMO. To the Honorable Wm. II. Pope, Chief Jostle of the Hnprtna Court of the Territory ot New Maxleo. Pirn I hat the honor In hand yon cmwith Ihn rrtxirt f tho (lrnn)l Jury fcir tlia Mnjr A.l) IIUOTeimof Ilia District Court In and for (lis County at Lincoln. T)i Orand Jury was empanelled, sworn and charged on the mornlna of tlia 41b Intl., nnil at one proceeded under jnmr honor' Inst ruction to perform lbs dull ts required of o, Major W. II. It. Ltewollyn.the District Altornsy. attended our sittings for tlie purpose of examining the witnesses In our presence anil giving us legal mltlrn when neeesary MIm Olga Millar, duly worn by yonr honor a stenographer, ami Will rl llrady at Interpreter, and Will (1 . Thornlioro a bailiff, Diirlnc tlia courao of our investigations wa hara examined 110 wllnease aalil witnesacn being duly inhpoenad and brought bofora tlia grand Jury, and giving tlialr testimony concern Ing case covering elassce of crime au...

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. — 27 May 1910

A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME n. CAKRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, MAY 27, 1910. NUMBER lf 4 This Week'i Court. There is little to say under this head, for the reason that the court has hecu occupied, as stated elsewhere, with the Trapp caHc until yesterday morning. When the verdict was render ed, at that time, the court took up sonic contempt proceedings from Otero county, the style of the cast being Joseph Morgan vs. S. S. McCotnas and J. K. All bright, the latter being accused of cutting a ditch in violation of nu existing injunction. J. E. Wharton, of El Paso, appeared for the plaintiff, and liyron Sher ry, of Alamogordo, for tlic de fendants. He fore the testimony had been concluded, however, the caic of the territory against Jose Garcia, indicted for an as sault with intent to kill, was taken up, and a jury cuipuultcd. The jurors were: Prospcro Gonzales, Antonio Montoya, John Cole, Jesus Maria Padilla, W. I?. Kimbrell, C. II. Uylield, Juan 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 May 1910

MANY MILES. FOR THE HAMBURG STEAK First Manngor Did your company hnvc n long run? Second Monnger No; but wo had a long wnlk. HIS HANDS CRACKED OPEN "I nm n mnn sovonty yonrs old. My hands woro vory soro and crocked open on tho insldcs for over n year with largo sores. Thoy would crack open nnd bleed, itch, burn and ncho no that I could not sleep nnd could do but llttlo work. Thoy woro so bnd thnt I could not dress mysolf In tho morning. Thoy would bleed nnd tho blood dropped on tho floor. I called on two doctors, but they did mo no good. I could get nothing to do any good till I got tho Cutlcura Soap and Cutlcura Olntmont About n year ago my dnughtcr got n cako of Cutl cura Soap and ono box of Cutlcura Ointment nnd In ono weok from tho tlmo I began to uso them my hands woro all healed up nnd thoy havo not been n mite, soro slnco, I would not bo without tho Cutlcura Remedies, "They also cured n bad soro on tho hnnd of ono of my neighbor's children, nnd thoy think vory highly of tho C...

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