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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 6 January 1911

CARRIZOZO NEWS OARUIZOZO NEW MEXICO GIVE SWEETS TO PRISONERS Delicacies Passed Through Bars to Unfortunates Confined In Turkish Jails. A Turkish prison is an oxporionco, a writer In tho Cincinnati Cominorclal Tribuno says. You ontor through tho collroom. As a tnnttor of fact, thcro is just ono huge cell into which you are crowded with tho dozen odd oth ers. Soma have beon arrostod for back taxes, somo for murdor, all form ono cheerful company. Tho chamber Is ill lit and full of tho fumos of cigarettes which uio mon smoko tho llvolong day. Then by way of an othor door with heavy leather por tloros swung In, ono comes to tho uni formed subchlef of poll co at his desk. To ono side ls a divan, whoro thero aro trays of Turkish coffoo for his guests. Here, ovory ono bolng guilty until proven Innocent, prisoners of native birth are remandod tc tho colls. With foroignors, however, euro must bo taken and if one speaks not tho Turkish thoy sot you in duranco till thoy find Homo ono speaking F...

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. — 6 January 1911

Everybody Shivered. The first three days of the new year have been bitter cold, not only in New Mexico but through out the west. Locally, it has been the coldest weather we have experienced in six years. The thermometer registered two de grees below zero in Carrizozo, while at Capitann and Fort Stan ton it was reported ten below, with Nogal playing a close third. Corona reports six below, and at Lincoln the zero mark was sought by the mercury. The following press dispatches show the intensity of the cold elsewhere: At Koswell it was two below zero, and it was eight below at Santa Fe, the lowest recorded in a number of years. Losses on the ranges are feared. Mrs. C. A. Miller was frozen to death while on her way to her homestead, from Malpais, Union county, New Mexico. The bitter cold weather, which has held the whole Rocky moun tain region in its grip tighter than for several years, is disap pearing. From 13 below, recorded at Denver shortly after midnight, the temperature had risen...

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. — 6 January 1911

Supreme Court Opinions. Washington, D. C, Jan. 3. The Carinack amendment to the Hepburn rate law, making the initial carrier liable for loss of interstate shipments during tran sportation not only on its own lines but also on connecting- lines, was declared constitutional by -the supreme court of the United States. The light against the policy of a stale guaranteeing bank depos its met with reverses today when the supreme court of the United States held as constitutional the bank guaranty laws of Oklaho ma. Nebraska and Kansas. The fight of the federal gov ernment to have the "labor con tract" law of Alabama declared unconstitutional was crowned with success today, when the su preme court of the United States held the law invalid. The gov ernment claimed that the law .reduced hundreds of negroes to a j!tatc akin to peonage. Outside Capital Furnished Revolutionists. Chicago, 111., Jan. 4 The (Record Herald, today prints the following: Carefully laid plans of Chicago and New York capi...

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. — 6 January 1911

e EAT OCEAN BOAT Olympio, Recently Launched, Is Largest in the World. Ship la One-8lxth of a Mile Long, Ninety-Two and One-Half Feet Wide and Will Transport ' 2,500 Passengers. Belfast, Ireland. At tho immonso ship-building yards horo recently was launched tho world's largest steam olflp, tho Olympic of tho Whlto Star lino. Tho lmmouso craft, to bo used In carrying passengers across tho At lantic botweou Now York city and Southampton, 1b 822 feot long, has a breadth of 02 feot and a height from tho kcol to tho top of tho captain's houso of 105 feot Thero aro 11 stool decks and 15 water-tight bulkheads. Exceeding one-sixth of n milo in length, tho Olympic Is nearly 100 foot longer than any Bhip now afloat and, compared with hor, tho Qreat Eastern, launched In 1858, would seem a dwarf. Tho Olympic will carry a crow of 800 and will lmvo accommodations for 2,500 passengers, tho passongor state rooms and tho various public apart ments to bo exceptionally spacious, whllo tho beauty and lu...

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. — 6 January 1911

(M?Sm MOM ran (Zm m MAMMOTH CAYS MAMMOTH CAVE! Ton to ono you havo not hourd the namo mentioned, lot nlono thought of It, slnco you put aBldo your school geography. Yet It Is ono of tho greatest natural won dors of America and at ono tlmo rivaled Niagara falls in popularity. Thero was a tlmo whon It was tho Mecca of all newly-married couplos who could afford tho trip. Travelers camo from all over tho world to soo It. Today, howovor, It Is practically forgotten. Visitors ovon from near by cities aro fow and far botwoon. Ia fact, Mammoth cavo 1b the forgot ta natural wonder of tho world. Representative Thomas of Kentucky expects to Introduce a bill In con grcsB providing for tho purchase of Mammoth cavo by tho govornmont and making It a national park Uko YollowBtono and YoBemlto. Ills argu ment will bo that tho United States government should tako Bteps to pro Borvo a groat natural wonder that 1b likely somo day to bo destroyed un less somo strong hand intervenes to protect it. Thero ...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 6 January 1911

I K J ' r, ... ---'-r.. :Pr " Welch & Titsworth Wholesale and Retail GENERAL MERCHANDISE Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes QUR Stock of Boots, Shoes, Clothing and Dry Goods is the largest we have ever carried, and we are better prepared to supply the people of this vicinity with their requirements than we have ever been in the past. We are constantly receiving new goods, and we would respectfully ask that you come in and examine our goods and compare our prices with those of other merchants of the vicinity. Fuller & Johnson's Farm Pump Engines Wire, Farming Implements, Farm Wagons WELCH & TITSWORTH. CAPITAN, N. M. 1 SOCIAL HAPPENINGS.. f The Whiit Club. Mrs. Frank J. Sager, in spite (pfof the dust storm Wednesday, entertaiued the Carrissozo Whist fClub in the afternoon, the Weath (r er-god deciding to accommodate the hostess and her guests, by stilling the fury of the east winds just before the appointed hour of meeting, the first regular ;g session after t...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 6 January 1911

Vr Make the Over Do its Duty I Na (wMi hi hm mIm rl Krr U rifi it MHUCI MM MWW HfU. CARTER'S LJTTLX LIVER f ILLS MtlrWSralyi HpeUleB, tlea, tidaafce, mn& DUtrei after Eatlag. . fad P. Sl Dm, &mH PrU. Crtaaint mmUu Signature CARE OF THE FLOORS VARIOUS SUBSTANCES MAY BE U8ED FOR P0LI8HINQ THEM VERY LIKELY. "1 Tho Friend Shucks, dat ain't no wildcat! Tho Huntor Sure It 1b 1 You'd be wild, too, If you was horl The Way to Find Him. "My wifo and I nro going to spend a fow monthn with hor pooplo at Strong'B CornorB," Bald th'o monk Ut ile man, "and I want you to mall your paper to mo " "Yob," said tho clerk, "what's your name?" "Well or to make eure, I guoss you'd better address It: 'Mary Strongs Husband, Strong's CornorB.' " TKEY GROW Good Humor and Cheerfulness From Right Food and Drink. Anything that Interferes with good health is apt to lcoop cheerfulness and good humor In tho background. A Washington lady found that letting coffee nlono mado things bright for her. Sho writes: ...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 6 January 1911

31 "Jt- "W Admitted. "Womon nlrondy do n lot of govern ing," said Mrs. 0. II. P. llolmont, tin brilliant suffrngo lender, In nn Inter vlow In Now York. "Mon, If thoy are observant nnd frank, admit that, "An editor about to intirry was asked by a friend: "'What promptod you, old man, to proposo Io .MIhb Dash?" "Tlio odllor, who waB, llko all edi tors, oxtromely observant and ex tromely frank, anaworod: " 'Well, to tell you tho truth, I think MIbh DnBh prompted mo moro than anybody else.' " $100 Reward, $100. The readers ot this paper wilt be pleased to learn bbat then U at least ono dreaded disease that science has been able to curs la all Ita stages, and ttiat li Catarrh. Hall' Catarrh Cure li tlio only poiltlva cure bow known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh belnf a constitutional dlscaso, requires a constltu tlonal treatment. Hall'a Catarrh CM'o U taken In. ternally, acting directly upon tho Wood and mucous surfaces ot tho system, thereby destroying- the foundation ot the diseas...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 6 January 1911

ft bleo&eu ate thuau who see turuugli the darkness to the light ahead. Thus the year, though young and beautiful iu its stainless purity, will be checkered soon enough with clouds across the sunshine, good and evil omens of our awaiting hearts, imayiwc all be strong.enough to penetrate all obscurity with our souls 'jresplen deut light! May each arid all conquer evil by our natural as stutenejs and the conciliating influence of right. And may we be given strength and Christ-like resignation to accept the good thankfully, and nobly surmount the bad. If its Schlitz you are looking for, the Headlight has it. E U A L NOTICE, NOTICE OF SUIT. SB. IN THE DIBTKUT COURT. Territory cif Now Mexico, Uomiiyot ijiiicoin. Jicarilla ilappeniBgs. Here's hoping; the new year for peace and prosperty. The worst spell of the season is upon us now. Below zero wea ther. Sheriff Stevens came into camp Thursday on buisuess, and con tinued the journey to Audio. A. II. Hudspeth alighted here Friday on a mi...

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. — 13 January 1911

arnjo30 TFlewe. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. CARRIZ0550, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, JANUARY 13, 1911. ; NUMBER 40 The Justice' Election. The election for justice and constable in this precinct, which at first promised to be a very quiet affair, had a whirl-wind finish, - Two days before the election Waitman J. James came out for justice in opposition to J Ed. Massic and until the polls I closed at 6 o'slock Monday even-! ing, did not allow the grass to grow under his feet. The late start he made and the early pled ges given his opponent presented a handicap he could not overcome; and when the ballots were count ed it was shown that Massic re ceived 129 votes and James 50. The contest for constable was also a lively one the vote being W. C. Miller 87, Leo Oswald 92. This was an exceptionally large vote to poll at a precinct election. A Serious Accident. The little two-year old girl of Mr. and Mrs. Ed C. Plinirsten. who residejju the Mesa, beyond Nogal, metwi...

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. — 13 January 1911

CARRIZOZO NEWS carrizozo NEW MEXICO SPIRIT OF ROMANCE. To the Bplrlt of chivalry and love of adventure that characterized tho wonderful days of long ago tho aver age writer turns for his romantic talos of love and war, but It seems somo how as though enough of romanco can be found In tho world at every period of Ita existence, even In Its present most practical and, perhaps, its most unpoetlcal stago, to make volumes of absorbing Interest, but tho mystery of the past nppeals to tho ordinary mind with more persistence than the wonders of tho present; per haps, because tho Intervening periods of time have endowed the occurrences of other days with something of the charm of their own uncertainty. Tho Influence of poetry, of music, of art, of the drama, of literature, helps to moid a world of loveliness, and con tributes in no small wny to tho hap piness of living, says the Charleston News and Courier. Into each profes sion some of tho spirit of romanco has crept, much of which has been...

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. — 13 January 1911

Mill I I Mill BBBBBBBBBBaMBakaka RACK TO HOLD PITCH FORKS Another Example of "A Place for Everything and Everything In Its Place" How Made. (By JOHN W. ORAHAM.) Having ocoaalon to bo In tno hay loft after dark Bovoral tlmea I have fun ovor a fork nnd onco I struck tay anklo against n prong and It came very near causing sorlous troublo. Ttils lod to tbo conotruction of tho holder shown In tho drawing. Tho rack la mado of on inch board, ono Pltoh Fork Raok. foot long and eight Inchon wide. One side of the board la out to a half cir cle. Near the circle odge of the board, Ave holos aro bored, tho holes large enough to admit a large fork handle. This board la nailed to a post 4 feet from tho floor. The support (for the end of tho handles) 1b the same shapo as tho one with tbo holes but only half as largo and it has no holes In It. It Is nallod to tho post, one foot from the floor. A pleco of hoop-iron Is nallod to the post six InchoB abovo the lower ploco, forming a circle which holds t...

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 January 1911

THE CARRIZOZO NBW5 I'ubllHliod every I'rJdny nt CYKHI7.0ZO - New Mexico Enteral an eocond olwn mutter Juno lit, 1009, nt ttin iMistojllco t Oarrlwjzo, Now Muxtco, undor the not of Mnroli II, 1879. HUUSOHIITION HATES; Orwi Yonr - - $I.W) Blx Mouths (by mall) - : $1.00 J NO. A. HALEY. Umtoii School Board Denies. Yesterday morning wc receiv ed the following from Santa Fe, the aume being1 a portion of a communication concerning- a meeting1 held in the capital city: 'At a statehood rally, which was a complete fizzle, so for as attendance was concerned, gover nor Mills, Catron and other speakers appeared. The gover nor called upon the "Mexican" people to rally to the support of the constitution or they would be ground down by the people now coming into the territory, and he charged that at Carrizoao they maintain separate schools. In this connection he told a story of a beautiful Mexicau girl who was refused admittance to the schools of that town and was brought to Santa Fe, where she too...

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 January 1911

hmim of board of county COMMISSIONERS. Minutes of Proceedings. following lire tlm nilniiti'H of iiiiieeedlug of tliu Hoard of County CdintiiiHHlinini-H of Unrein Plainly, N. M., Imlil Hi Lincoln, N. M., January, 2, 1 1U I , nt ItH ihriiIiii' Jiiuuury meeting. Pionviiti- Hon. Itolit, II. Tailor, Ch'ilriniiu; W. It. White mill 11. A. Diirnu, liieinhotHi .1. (I. Higgle, ulerluChati. A.BtevoiiM, mIihi MT. .MllllllCH llf till) llll-DtillHH held on November 2$, IUIII, mill I)occiuhor ID, ll'lll. with approved mill signed, The IIiiiikI proceeded to reor ganize, mill iiihiii tlm Mintiiiii of Mr. Taylor, null duly Hecniiiied hy Mr. Diirun, Mr. Wlilto wWh iilcclpd nliiilriiiuu of the Hoard for tliu luU lowing year. Tnu hand of Itiimuldo Htiriiu Is approved an Quality OoininlHmoner. Tliu 'iihkIm of T. W. WutHon M Truamuur ami llonil of J. (J. Higgle im probata flurk In np lirovi'il iih to eoiitiiiuuucr. Thu IuiiiiIh of LI to lixeliunga Hank mill (hu 1'lrnt National Hunk of HiidwuII unHiiretluH...

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 January 1911

four con- (lays Lincoln Locals. Henry Lutss left hist Saturday morning for Santa Fc, to attend the sessions of the Territorial Board of Equalization, of which he is a member. Mr. Lutz re ports to have driven from Lin coln to Carrizozo in just hours and fifteen minutes. W. P. Blevins has been lined to his bed for several with an attack of pneumonia, the tesult of a bad cold contracted some time ago. It is hoped that he will soon recover and resume his customary place behind the counter. Mrs. II. 13. Tompkins, mother of Mrs. John M. Pcnfie'd, has ar rived on a visit with her daugh ter and son in law. She expects to remain for some weeks. Mr. C. N. Morris, an enter prising farmer and saw mill operator, is building a trough line from the Capitan mountains to his farm and expects to have one of the finest ranches in the county. His example merits im itations. The scarlet fever scare has sub sided and school has been reopen ed after a three weeks vacation. Tbe immediate isolation of the t...

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 January 1911

Welch & Titsworth Wholesale and Retail GENERAL MERCHANDISE Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes QUR Stock of Boots, Shoes, Clothing and Dry Goods is the largest we have ever carried, and we are better prepared to supply the people of this vicinity with their requirements than we have ever been in the past, We are constantly receiving new goods, and we would respectfully ask that you come in and examine our goods and compare our prices with those of other merchants of the vicinity. Fuller & Johnson's Farm Pump Engines Wire, Farming Implements, Farm Wagons WELCH & TITSWORTH. CAPITAN, N. M. The Whist Club. Honoring Miss Frances Mc 1 Donald and Mr. Francis Canning iVbefore their return to school after the holidays, the Carizozo Whist , Glub gave an impromptu party " "rft the residence of Mrs. A. J. Holland's. Mcsdames Ulrick and uucuonam uniting wun mrs, Holland as hostesses, on Friday last. Altho only one day's prepara tion was given to getting up the entertainme...

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 January 1911

4 fid FASHIONS IN WRAPS COATS FOR PLAIN WALKING 8UIT8 ARE OF TRIM CUT. Evening Cloaks Havo Kimono-Shaped ' Shoulders and Sleeves Pretty Lit tie Mantlo Suitable for the Young or Middle Aged. Fashion's moods nro muny sided whoro wraps aro concerned, for thoro aro so many oxamplos In coats and cloak's that It is impossible) to affirm and wools showing a glint of tho met- nls with tho weaving, and over all broad palm-loaf designs In tho solid tinsels, or maybe suporb flower of- fectH. Deads are much used, with a decided proferenco for steel, these threaded over veiling, cloth, chiffon, or what not, with Borne other trim ming introduced, and almost a posi tive assuranco of stool fringes some whero. Then color, the most daz zling color, is dp rlguer, and one sees evening wraps in ovory startling hue from Indian rod to peacock blue. In point of cut, almost all evening wraps lean to tho kimono shaping of shouldors and sleeves, for this style Is without exception tho most graceful thing tho ...

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 January 1911

SUFFERED 30 YEANS. ut Chronlo Ktdny Trouble Was Finally Cured. ' Charles Von Soobnon, 201 A St, Colfax, 'Wash., Bays: "For 30 years I Buffered from kidney trouble and was laid up for days at a tlmo. There wan a dull acho through tho email of my back and I had rheu matic pains In every Joint. Tho kldnoy secretions passed too freely and I was annoyed by having to ariso at night. I could not work without intonao suf fering. Through tho uso of Doan'e Kldnoy Pills, I was practically given a new pair of kidneys. I cannot exag gerate thoir virtues." Remombor tho nnmo Doan's. For Bttlo by all dealers. BO cents r box. Fostor-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. AS REPRESENTED. l'utlent Look hero, doctor; you said if I took a bottlo of your tonio I would liavo a remarkable appptito. Why, I only eat ono soda cracker each week. Doctor Well, don't you call that a remurkablo appetite? END STOMACH TROUBLE NOW DytpepBla, Qas, Sourness or Indiges tion Qo Five Minutes After Taking Little Dlapepsln. If your me...

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 January 1911

1 .aS ComraHhicatioii on Exemptions. Editor Nnws: In last week's issue of the Car rizozo Nnws appeared on the front page a reprint from a re cent article published in the Santa Fe Eagle, concerning ex emptions 'in the constitution, which article, to say the least, is very misleading, and I believe is intended by the Eagle to cre ate a wrong impression on the minds of its readers, The casual reader would infer from reading .the above mention ed article that the present law exempting heads of families in the sum of $200.00 has been re pealed by the constitution and forever prohibited. Statements like the following are certainly misleading: "The fact is that the constitution does not exempt one penny," "When New Mex ico becomes a state it will not be i'ossihlh to exempt anyone." "The poor man will have to pay taxes on the utmost penny of his property." "Then vote for it (the constitution) if you want to pay taxes on additional $200.00 every year as long as you live." Now the average re...

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 January 1911

(Tatrt3030 A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 11. CARRIZ0550, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, JANUARY 20, 1911. HUDSPETH ANSWERS FALL. White Oaks, N. M. January 13, 1911. HON. A. D. Faij,, Three Rivers, N. M. Dkak Sik: My attention has just been Called to your letter published in tlie December 3.1st, edition of the Otero County Advertiser in which you do me the honor to comment upon my opposition to Section 17 of the Report of the Committee on Taxation and Revenue of the constitutional convention arid a substitute offered by me there for. Aud inasmuch as the arti cle on taxation in the constitution is so framed that the provisions of this sectipu may, aud probably will, become the law of the New - State by legislative enactment, a further discussion of the pro vision in question may be of in terest. The section, which you say was "riic'st thoroughly workedover' aridwhich you praise so highly, is as follows. , "Sec. 17. Timber lands aud lands containing coal, mi...

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