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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 10 June 1910

TOO INTERESTING. Tho Uniplro Say, Chlranile, I want er resign. AWFUL BURNIN(TiTCH CURED IN A DAY "In tho tnlddlo of tho night of March 30th I woko up with a burning Itch In my two hands nnd I folt ns It I could pull them apart. In tho morning tho Itching had gono to my chest and dur lug that day It spread all over my body. I wob red and raw from tho top of my head to tho solos of my foot and 1 was In continual agony from tho Itching. I could neither llo down nor sit up. I happened to sco about Cull cura Ilcmcdlcs nnd I thought I would glvo thorn a trial. I took a good bath with tho Cutlcurn Soap and used tho Cutlcura Ointment. I put It on from my head down to my foot and then wont to bed. On tho first of April I folt llko a now man, Tho Itching was almost gono. I continued with tho Cutlcurn Soap and Cultcurn Ointment and during that day tho Itching com pletoly loft mo. Prank Orldloy, 326 East 43rd Stroot, Now York City, Apr. 27, 1009." Cutlcura Ilomcdlcs nra sold throughout tho worl...

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. — 10 June 1910

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS I'ubtlihwt rerr Friday it Cakkizozu - Nw Mkxico Untorrxl eoml claa nutter June l'i, 190$, t tha iiUit4lc at(!arrlioto, Nw Meiico, under tlx act of March S, 111V. flUllHCnilTION HATE8: Ooe Vir ll.&O Hit Moiithi (l; null) . . . f 1,00 J NO. A. HALKV. Kmtob AN IMPORTANT DECISION. The opinion handed down by Judge Mcchcm in the county scat mutter, which appears elsewhere in these columns, means much, not only to Carrizozo, but to the entire county of Lincoln. The unsettled conditions, resulting from the suit, have been current themes of speculation for months, and has had the effect of intensi fying the feeling existing between different sections of the county. The delay has cost the county a neat sum of money, for which every taxpayer must bear a pro portionate share, has disturbed business, impeded the progress of the courts, and the particular localities engaged iu the proceed ings Lincoln and Carrizozo huvc squandered a large sum of money in order to get a deci...

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. — 10 June 1910

Tuesday Night's Lecture. President Garsison of the Agri cultural College, Las Cruces, in company with Mr. J. O. Miller, also a member of the faculty of that institution, arrived in Carri zozo Tuesday evening, und deliv ered a lecture at the Haptist church that night. A fair-sized audience was present, notwith standing the short notice given. Dr. Garrison's talk was along practical lines, and while a gra duate of Yale himself and a man of the highest culture, he assert ed that too many colleges were devoting their energies to cul ture rather than giving the prac tical side of life. The graduates of many of the leading colleges were cultured gentlemen and la dies, hut almost wholly deficient in the arts and sciences necessary to a successful career in the everyday affairs of life. He urged an education that would give the possessor a capacity to under stand and perform, and not mere ly a superficial gloss, Culture and common sense, or, in other words, a practical knowledge of the elem...

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. — 10 June 1910

Train Held Up. No. 2 passenger train was held up tli tK morning about 1 o'clock, liy a lone hnmllt. at Robsarl, six miles cast of here. The high josition to levy a special tax of five (5) mills on the dollar upon 'all property, real and personal, in , said district, for the purpose of Iti.'ivimr interest mi linnds and to ' . r , r .,. waymau housed the train crew in create a iui n ior we n ainicnancc a place of safety, went throuh! tl !ulUo schools in said the day coaches and the sleepers, V'slj'cV,, . using the porter for a guide, and ' W. h. Winimki.ii. Chairman; politely requested all passengers Jno. H. Hovii. Clerk, Hoard of to hand over their money and val liable jewelry, particularly their diamonds. It is not definitely known how much niony was se cured, but it is stated to have been something like $400. The officers, as soon as notified, went to the scene of the hold-up, but the unusually dry nature of the ground, stirred by a fierce wind, all but obliterated the tracks 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. — 10 June 1910

Welch St Titsworth Fuller & Johnson's Farm Pump Engines SEED OATS Mrs. Julia Gurncy went to El Paso Wednesday for a few days' visit. For Sai.b. Thirty head of cattle, all gentle. Address P. O. box 125, White Oaks, N. M. AlbrJicglcr, of the firm of Zicgler Bros., left Tuesday for a week's visit to his family at Trinidad, Colorado. J, G. Rigglc, county clerk, re turned Sunday from a business trip to Santa Fc, and left next morning- for Lincoln. Uncle Amos Eakcr, who has bced in Tucuutcari the past year, is in town this week, visiting his daughter, Mrs. John Adams. Fortify against the ily by screening your doors and win dows. The Foxworth-Galbraith company can supply the screens. There will be a dance in the library hall at Fort Stanton, on Friday evening, June 17, to which a general invitation is extended. T. W. Stoncroad was in from the Jicarillas this week. He re ports considerable activity in the camp, and feels hopeful of some practical development in the near future. H. F. Go...

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. — 10 June 1910

CARR1Z0ZS) iNMEWS caiuiizozo NEW MEXICO Itcno, Nov., Bhnuld organlzo an all star stock company. Politicians who run In a clrclo flnd It hard to bo on tho square And romombor that custom doos not sanction straw hats until Juno 1. Evidently tho man who took 13 years to milk a cow wns n hired man. Help tho census takors to do tholr work right and got tholr figures correct. Why will pcoplo continue to build tholr homes on tho sides ot volcanoes? If tho sldowalks belong to tho city that Is anothor reason (or not spitting on them. Missouri has n school for pools. Tho street car ad. Is as yot In Its Infancy In Missouri. As things nro going a cold pig's foot and a stoln will soon replace tho small bird and the cold bottlo. It you fall to run your business nnd allow it to got tho upper hand It is likely to run you Into tho ditch. A man in California has two extra ribs and is said to suffor constantly. Ho Is twlco as badly oft as Adam was. Has not Chicago tho prlco required to flag tho best E...

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. — 10 June 1910

DAINTY FOR TABLE THREE QOOD METHODS OF PRE PARING TONQUE. Make Excellent Luncheon Dlih Either Boiled or Braized Proper Gravy to Serve With It Good When Warmed Over. Boiled Tongue. Tongues nro used fresh, corned, or amoked. Wash thorn thoroughly, nnd bend tho tip around to tho root, nnd tlo or skewer It Into shnptt. Smoked tongues should bo freshened In cold wntor, chnnglng the water twice, If nocossnry, Just ns It comes to tho scnldlng point; but fresh tongues inny bo put directly Into boil ing wntcr. Lot thorn cook very slow ly, tho wntor mcroly bubbling nt ono sldo of tho kottlo. Simmer until ton der, then peel off tho skin, trim off tho extra fat, and If to bo served cold, tlo tho tip to tho root again, until ready to servo. Then cut It In thin slices nnd arrnngo thoin neatly, ono overlapping another. If to bo caton hot, tho tonguo inny bu served with a whlto sauco, mndo by cooking ono tnhlespoonful of (lour, hnlf a teaspoon ful of salt and half n saltspoonrul of peppor, In ono t...

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. — 10 June 1910

HIM 1 1 Mf - .1m. - ." V" .,.- ... - - '- -mm " . County Seat Injunclien Diiwlved. ((.'ontinned (rum lint mk.) I 11D 1 'tcrlnfr and other extra work done in the jail. It was incumbent on the plain tills, for the purposes of this hearing, to establish by a prepon derance of the evidence that the original construction of the court house and jail in Lincoln cost the county more than $30,000.00, and this they have failed to do. III. The complaint also alle ges fraud and misrepresentation in procuring signers to the peti tion to the county coiutnissioncrB calling for the county scat elec tion; also that the election was called without registration, and lurther that there was fraud in the conduct of the election, while it was only shown that about sixty persons were induced by fraud and misrepresentation to sign the petition, leaving more than the requisite number of bona fide signatures, and while it was shown that a registration could not be had under the law calling for the election, a...

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. — 17 June 1910

Cattt3030 Hews. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 11. CARRIZOZO. LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, JUNE 17, I'JiO. NUMU1CK 19 Robber Suspect Arretted. The man hunt, whiehs' began a week ago, with the hold-up of passenger train No. 2, ended Wednesday morning with the j arrest of Matt Smith, a well known young man of this town. Territorial Policeman W. E. Dud- j ley made the arrest, and the pris-; oner was taken to Alamogordo that afternoon by Mr. Dudley and special olticcr badlet. A preliminary hearing will be given the prisoner before the United States Commissioner at Alamo gordo the 24th of this mouth. The reason assigned for the arrest is that the brakemau on the train that was robbed cauu hack through Carrizozo and iden tified Smith as the man who held up the train. Two passengers, it is reported, have likewise iden tified Smith, It is said the offi cers were watcluug the suspected man two or three duys before his arrest, but so far as the public knows nothin...

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. — 17 June 1910

CARR1Z0Z0 NEWS QUEEN OF ACTRESSES PRAISES PE-RU-HA. Doings AT THE IF' caiuuzozo NEW MEXICO mmmm:"Bmmmm la thore no society (or the protection of early robins? Fortunately tlio Kaw river is mind ing Ita own business. Would It not be n shame It spring were merely flour-flushing? Kisses may now be sent by wire, but It Is more satisfactory to go your self. Let us hope spring tins a hatpin and will use It If winter tries to linger In her lap this year. Yellow astronomy flourishes best when there nro a few comets around for It to practlco on. Newport has bought 12 flying ma chines. At last this country Is to have real "upper circles." As the comot Is too rar away to register n denial why not blame it for all the freak wonther this spring? Japan Is trying to make up Its mind whether or not to asslmllato Korea, though It has done so already. "Automobile Face" Scare Vanishes Onn fontnrn nf ihn annn Fourth trill 1 bo n big pnrndo. Pnrados hnvo never been known to oxplodo prematurely. A Now Vo...

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. — 17 June 1910

HUNTING 'EM BOTH. Texas Rear (to sonntor on n walls Ing trip In tho mountains) Hully gcol Is tbo president after you, too? Had Rheumatism Couldn't Sleep. A lady from Oklahoma City writes: "I was sick In bed with nhuumatlsin, ankles owollcn, couldn't sloop. Elec tropodos cured mo. Thoy nro great." At Drug StorcR Jl-00. No euro, no pay. Wrllo for frco trlol offer. West ern Klectropudo Co., Dopt. A., Los An gelcs, Cal. Drain on Country's Resources. In 1008, tho foreign-born popula tion of 13.C per cent, furnlshod 1G.0 por cent of tho criminals, 20.8 por cent, of tho paupers, and 20.S por cent, of tho Insano. Ilctwcou 1001 nnd 1008, tho nllcns In theso Institutions Increased .14 per cent. Different. Visitor I saw your husband In tho crowd down town today. In fact, ho was so cIobo that I could havo touched htm. Hostess That's Rtrnngo. At homo ho Is so closo that nobody can touch him I Puck. Impressed. "I think I shnll let that woman rent my house." "Why?" "Slio's tho first ono who's cnll...

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. — 17 June 1910

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS I'ubllibad amy Friday t Cakrizozo - Nw Mkxico Knlered conil eliu matter Jnna lit, ISO, at lb ixMtorflra atl!arrlioio, New Mailco, nmltr the act of Mnrcb I, II7V. HUI1HCR1ITI0N ItATEHt llsiYMr .... I.V); Hli MobIIh (by uiall) . . . tt.00 JNO. A. HAIiKY, Kmtoii STATEHOOD BILL PASSES SENATE. The statehood bill, admitting the territories of New Mexico and Arizona, which has been on the senate calendar the past three months, passed the senate yester day afternoon. The house passed a, statehood bill many months ago, but the two bills differ so .radically that the bill will have to go to a conference of both houses or the lower house be compelled to accept the senate bill without amendment. If the latter course is adopted, there is a chance for the bill to become a law, but if the former prevails and the bill goes to conference it is quite likely to die there, as congress is preparing to adjourn in a few days. Just hold your breath. "Time far AcIkTb." (Baola Fa Kole.l Th...

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. — 17 June 1910

Proceedingi of the Board of County Commissioner. KollnwIiiK l tint report nf the Him. Ilimnl of j Count) Oniumitnlonfrnnf l.liiculii .Dimity, New MbxIco, held .luiin nth. IUIU, n a Hoard of I llnualitntinn: I i'rnt Until. It. Tm) Inr. chairman II. A. Ilnraii and V II. Willi menibemi Chan. A. Hlnvenn, ulirrillv J. II. HlKule. clfk. Th folliiwlim rnolntlim wan Introduce! by Mr. Taylor. ml mi motion ndnpted: "Vlirean.ontli23thdr of April. A.H.. IWl. Chtln W. WlonhVld. n liotinrwl member nf till lioard, wim called hy illli t nnotlir phernof actloni nml Whfirnan. In ln deittli till lnnl lixt valu able iiirtnUr. Din county una of It iipriht clti. n. mt lilt family kind hunhand nml fathr 'Tlifror. It It renolved by tlm board of county eotnminnlnner nf Lincoln county, N.H., that, whlln bowing to blither will, we never thln deplore hl death nml deeply feel th ton nf hU eonnne I inl mlvlcn In thin lioard. anil recininited in him, a a member of till iHinnl, n Index ibl and coiinclentlnun publi...

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. — 17 June 1910

.1 ABSTRACT OF COUNTY RECORDS. Fiirulolial by American Title A Trmt Co. Lincoln, N. M. Warranty Deeds. W. C. Lea to Lincoln county, strip of fit) ft. across his homestead in sec. 22, tp r 13, part of survey of Ros wcll-Carrizozo road; cons. $225. llolloway Townsite Co. to W. O. Hanncr, lot 1 bk 23 and lot 10 in lk 21, town of llolloway; cons. $20. Same to G A. Duncan lot 1 bk 22 and lot 9 bk 21, Holloway; cons. $20. II. Baca and wife to Manuel Scdillo, small fraction of land in sec 13, to 9, r 15; $135. J. W. Sollcrs to J. J. Bandy, nw4 sec 9, tp 11, r 13; con. $1200. Forfeiture Notice. Mary E. Hauler to John D. Carborough, the A, 13, C & D mining claims, Nogal district. Amended Location. Mary 15. Bender, the A, B, C, & D claims in Nogal mining district. Marriage License. Joe Fur nace, 22, Duran, and Martha Simpson 16, of Corona. Fresh Vegetables every Wed nesday and Saturday. The Carrizozo Trading Co. ELECTION NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that an election will be held in ...

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. — 17 June 1910

...Jgi'lJW if niiiiiliiH'i'l . - Welch Sfc Titsworth 5 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 i Iron Roofing, Garden Seeds, Chicken Netting WELCH & TITSWORTH. CAPITAN. Attorney A. II. Hudspeth was down from White Oaks Monday. Mites B. May was down from liisTortolila ranch yesterday. Martin Kelly of Estancla visit ed his mother, Mrs. M. B. Fore man, t'.iis week. Mrs. Alice Duggcr, daughter of Ml . and Mrs. John II, Skinner, has gone to the Bonito to spend the summer. Mrs. W. D. Gray and ehildrcti are visiting relatives in Brady, Texas. They expect to be absent the greater part of the summer. Mrs. M. L. Moore of Dawson passed through yesterday for Capitau on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. llobbs. Mrs. Johnnie Williamson came over from Capitau Monday, and left for Oklahoma, where she went to join her husband. Mclviu Padcn...

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. — 17 June 1910

PRETTY NEAR IT. Tho Maiden How did you net when you woro under nro? Did you shrink? The Soldier I don't know ns I shrunk, but I tried to mnko myself as small as I could. Bishop Eats His Own Boots. Fow bishops havo to lead such a strenuous Ufa as IJIshop Stringer. In company with n missionary companion ho mado n tour recently to llcrschel Island, in tho Arctic ocean, and back to Dawson City, whero tho bishop re sides. Their smnll supply of food becoming exhausted, they wcro obliged to cat their muckalucks and moccasins. Thoso, mado of raw sealskins, woro soaked until they becamo glutinous, tho llro. Tho bishop says tho food and wcro then toasted In strlpp over wns real good, especially tho mucka lucks, Knew Her Latin. "Do-f-o-n-dn-m," spelled tho young ster on tho rear scat ns tho "rubber nock" wngon wns passing tho Twenty second Regiment armory, at Hrondwny and Sixty-eighth strcot. "Whnt does thnt moan, nuntlo?" "I didn't qulto catch what tho guldo said," replied tho old Indy. "Oh, ...

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. — 17 June 1910

MADE WELL AND STRONG By Lydia E. Pinkiitm's vegetable Compound Jefforson, Iowu. "When my baby rM i,",'1;;; , was iiisuworaonuia IDirabiki" 'W 1ol(1 1 was m IISStfMlm'H P 1 qt o 1 y . run dpwa IU11U ill 1I11U111UI UI" Ipnns wcro in torrl lulo shapo. I begnn It a King Xivuin js. Plnkham's Vogotfw blo Compound, and 1 mower wroio nnu told you Just how I was. I bosun to win at onco and now I Jam real well." lira. W. II. UunoKit, 700 Cherry St. Jefferson, Iowa. Another Woman Cured Glonwood, Jown. "About throo years ago I had falling and othor fc inalo troubles, and 1 was nothing but skin and bones. I was so sick I could not do my own work. Within six months 1 was made sound and well by Lytlla 12. l'lnkliani's Vegotnblo Com pound. 1 will nlways toll my friends tliut your romedlcs cured mo, and you can publish my lottur." Mrs. 0. W. Dunn, Olcnwood, Iowa. If you belong to that countless army of womon who Buffer from some form of fomalo Ills, lust try Lydla E. Hnk ham's Vcgotablo Compound. Fo...

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. — 17 June 1910

LINCOLN LOCALS. Mrs. John Mack, daughter of Pablo Chaves, residing near the village of Tlnnic, died last Fri day at the home of her parents. She is survived by a husband and one child. Interment took place at the Hondo cemetery. The de ceased was a sister of Mrs. Juan lilea of Carrizozo. Misses Kosa and Bella Lutz re turned home from Lexington, Mo., last week, where they had been attending college. Henry Lutz, Jr., returned from the Mili tary Institute at Koswcll to spend his vacation at home. Sheriff Stevens returned Sun day from Carrizozo where he went early Friday morning to in vestigate the train robbery. He reports the officers unable to find a clue to work on. Miss Annie Stubs, daughter of Henry Stutz, whose mother died recently, is down with typhoid fever at the home of her father, six miles below Lincoln. Koad Supervisor W. Ferguson and Assessor Hurt attended the meeting of the Board of Equal! zation last week. Win. M. Formwall has decided on some extensive improvements on l...

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. — 24 June 1910

A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 11. CARRIZO.O, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, JUNE 24, t'JlO. NUMUEK 20 Statehood a Fact. The Senate Enabling Act was passed by the House Saturday, just as it went through the Sen ate, and the president attached his signature to the measure M.iMilnv mnrnitur. TMii nrl umiu r. r . ii.-tt ir Hum iCftBiii(; iu iul iiuuau members, as tuc senate uiu matic . a i". . a. I boiuu viiai ciiiiiiiicn in uiu nuusi: ; ' !.. t. T 1 1 bill; but the House realized that if any legislation on statehood was adopted ut this session it was absolutely necessary to ac cept the bill presented by the Senate. The following arc some of the important provisions in the Ena bling Act: A proclamation for a constitu tional convention will be issued by the governor within thirty days after the president attaches his signature to the bill. The constitutional convention will be composed of one hundred delc-l gates, which number will be up-1 portioned on the bas...

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. — 24 June 1910

CARRIZOZO NEWS CAnnizozo NEW MEXICO Monollk 1b dund again, or at last. Tho hookworm grows (at In the spring. Tho "wandorluBt" senson l lioro. The shoe man smiles. Pity "control" on that proposed tolo phono from Scotland to Paris. A coffoo and sinker breakfast often followi a supper on lobster a la Now-burg. Better mako a noto In your diary about four years ahead that grapu crops aro finest In comet years. King Monollk, rested by his recent decease, Is taking hold of his public duties with renowed zost and vigor. A Chicago man has asked a dlvorco becnuso his wlfo drank two cases of beer a day. What she wants Is a plpo lino. It Is still pretty hard to got any thing loss than tho kidnaping of a millionaire's child Into tho daily press. St. Louis man swears that his nub conscious solf was in control whon ho got married. Sounds much liko tho majority of cases. A Russian prlnco is named as co respondent In tho dlvorco suit of n turponttno king. "Heavy llos tho hoad that wears a crown." In...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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