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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 17 February 1911

V i PROMINENT ODD FELLOW lad Caw if Catarrh and Othtr CtmpHtatftnt. Fully R itortd by Pfruna. Mr. Chas. L. Bauer, Grand Scrlbo, Grand Encampment I. O. O. F of Texas, writes from San An tonio, Texas: "Noarly two years ago I accepted a position as secretary and treasurer of o n o of the loading dry goods estab lishments o f Galveston, T o x a s. The sudden change from a high and dry iltltudo to sea level proved too much for mo and I bocamo afflicted with oa tarrh and cold In tho head, and general fleblllty to such an extent as' to almost Incapacitate me for attending to my Butles. "I was Induced to try Peruna, and liter taking several bottles in small floses I am pleased to oay I was entire ly restored tp my former normal condi tion and have ovor slnco rocommendod tho use of Peruna to my friends." Ask Your Druggist for a Free Peruna Almanac for 1911. V iy' V tt a , t f i ftii. tt vjaaaj asitiiisdiSRitaflaBjH't'.ii Mr. Chas. L. Sauor. In Different Parts of the House. Cnller (to llttlo ...

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 February 1911

FREE ADVICE TO WOMEN "Wouibn Buffering from any form of Illness aro invited to promptly com municato with Mrs. PInkham at Lynn, Mass. All letters aro received, opened, toad and answered by women. A wo man cau ireoiy tanc of her private ill ness to a woman; thus lias uccn es tablished this con fldonco botwoon Mrs. Plnkhani and tlio women of America which has novor boon broken. Nover has she rmb- lished a testimonial or used a letter without tho written consent of tho writer,, and novor has tho Company allowed those confidential lottors to (rot out of iholr possession, as tho mndreda of thousands of them in their files will attest. Out of tho vast volume of oxporlenco which Mrs. PInkham has to draw from, it is moro than possible that sho has gained tho vory knowlcdgo needed in your case. Sho asks nothing in re turn except your good will, and her advlco has helped thousands. Surely any woman, rich or poor, should bo glad to tako advantago of this gener ous offer of assistance Address M...

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 February 1911

THE CARRIZOZO NBW5 Puliliphwl ovary Ffctdar n4 Cakkizozo - Nnw Mitxico nUrrcd ox snoond clous mutter Juno 12, IIXM, nt ttoo pontofliM atGaralsuso, New Maxfoo, antler the sat of Hnroli 8, 1H70. 8UH80MITION ItATJSa: Oan Ywir .... $.M) Bix Months (by mail) - . - $1.00 J NO. A. II ALKY, Kditoh WHEN ARE WE TO GET STATEHOOD? The people of New Mexico adopted a constitution almost a month" ago, and yet we are more at sea as to the date we are actu ally to reach that goal than when the constitution was adopt ed. Many believed that, when the constitution was adopted, statehood would immediately follow, and that belief, which was preached from- every housetop, had the effect of producing a very heavy vote for the constitution. That we would be admitted in the spring and that we would have an election in the early summer was announced from ev ery public forum in the territory, There were others who warned the enthusiasts that our admis sion at this session of congress was very doubtful; in fact...

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 February 1911

SOCIAL EVENTS. Messrs. Doering, Spencer, Albert Ziegler, Holmes and Goschcr. A Valentine Parly. Notwithstanding tlie sandstorm of Tuesday evening, the Carri aozo whist club members ind tlict husbands were out in full force to celebrate the little "God of Hearts" special day, Meadatnes J. F. Kimbell, F. Mudge and V. Whittingham uniting" to make the evening one nf delight. The Kimbell home was the scene and setting for the valentine party. Bvcry room paid tribute to the "blind god," his bow and arrow hanging in the center of the par lors with festoonings of red hearts of all sizes radiating, as it were, to meet more hearts swing- ing here, there and everywhere over the walls, draperies, pic tures and doorways. All things animate and inanimate, as if by ttiagtc, became a valentine, en tering into the spirit of the occa sion. The ladies were given red hearts and the gentlemen white hearts for score tallies. Decked in red heart-shaped aprons over white lingerie evening gowns, the three d...

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 February 1911

J' " ' . Jicarilla Happenings. The Assay Ollice is Hearing completion After an absence of two months Rudy Henry returned to his Jica rilla home. There was preaching at the school house Sunday, by a travel ling minister from Nogal. Martin May has been visiting relatives here for the past few days. I2d. Chew come out from White Oaks Wednesday returning same day. A. N. Price, superintendent of the "White Oaks coal mine, was ' in camp Sunday. James Cooper lost a fine hound a week ago, by it accidently get ting into a steel trap. George English and Sam Woods of Audio, was looking over the prospects here Sunday. Mr. Bloodgood manager of the "Enterprise" Company's work here, is prospecting their large plot of land, to locate the pay dirt, before work begins. O. B. Crawford and a friend, both of Gallinas were in camp a few days ago. They with their hounds were hunting through to to this point. Mr. Crawford is an old timer of this place. Arlcy Stewart, of Audio, has moved his family to this ...

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 February 1911

Welch & Titsworth Wholesale and Iietail MHMHHHnMHil 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. . W Ira O. Wetraore is up this week from El Paso. M. T. Dye, who is teaching school at Ancho, was down Satur day. Thomas Johnson returned this week from El Paso. Orosco had gone. Lin Branum was in town yes terday from his ranch in Coyote Canyon. Attorney George Spenoe visit ed Alatnogordo this week on legal business. G, B, Greer was down yester day from Bonito, He ...

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 February 1911

CARRIZOZO NEWS OAnmzozo NEW MEXICO LESSONS FROM THE CENSUS. State lines do not cotncldo .with nat ural divisions, and tho census might be made to tell intorestlng stories that may He concealed, If figures woro mawed according to other divisions. That the population of Iowa baa do clined by 7,000 in tho past decade is remarkable enough; but a more strik ing result appoars when a geograph ical, rathor than a political, area is considered. Dounded by tho Missis sippi on the east, tho Missouri on the south, the Missouri and the Dig Sioux on the west, and the southorn bound ard of Minnesota on the north, is an area of 78,000 squaro miles, or nearly one-third larger than all Now England. It comprises tho entlro stato of Iowa and tho northernmost 44 counties ot Missouri. Thoro Is probably no other portion of tho United States ot equal extont which contains a largor propor tion of good farming land. The last decado has been ono of oxceptlonal prosperity yet in this entire region there now l...

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 February 1911

1 .4Y Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures all humors, catarrh and rheumatism, relieves that tired fe.lng, restores the appetite, cures paleness, nervousness, builds up the whole system. Got it todii7 in usual liquid form or chocolated tablets called Sarsatabe. "Gave Me Instant Relief". "I fell and sprained my arm and was in terrlblo pain. I could not use my hand or arm without intense suffering until a neighbor told mo to use Sloan's Liniment. The first application gave mo instant relief and I can now use my arm as well as ever." Mrs. if. H. Springer, 931 Flora St., Elizabeth, N. J. SLOAN'S LINIMENT is an excellent antiseptic and germ killer heals cuts, burns, wounds, and contusions, and will draw the poison from sting of poi sonous insects. SBo., BOo. and $1.00 Sloan's book on Xiorsei, cattle, sueop nil poultry tent I reo. Address Sr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Han,, U.S.A. The Army of Constipation U Growing Smaller Erery Day. CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS ate astpeauble they i sly gtra relief H r...

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 February 1911

Lincoln County Class "A." The county of Lincoln has been gradually rising- in rank until it is now declared to be in the grade of counties known as Class "A." Counties arc classed by the sum of money collected as taxes. The increased valuation of property in this county and the exceed ingly close collections made by Treasurer Watson produced this result. The following letter of ficially fixes our classification: "I, C. V. Safford, Traveling Auditor of the Territory of New Mexico, vlo hereby certify, that the County Treasurer of Lincoln County, in said territory, during the year ending December 31st. 1910, collected and remitted to the Territorial Treasurer the sum of 520,880.69, same being the proceeds of the Territorial Levy of Eleven Mills for said year, and as provided in section 1, Chapter 60 laws of 1905, ex tended on a 15- mill basis, would amount to $37,877.19. I therefore declare said county to be a county of Class UA" for the prupose of fixing salaries of County Commissione...

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 February 1911

A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 12. CA.RRIJ50550. LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FEBRUARY 24, 1911. NUMBER 3 EXCHANGE BANK BURGLARIZED. Vault Blows Open, Safe Partially Demolished, but the Strong Box Untouched. i .. DAYBREAK DROVE AWAY OPERATORS. The first burglary attempted on an extensive scale in Lincoln county, occurred Monday night or Tuesday morning1, when bur glars entered the Exchange Bank, blew open the vault, and tried their hand on a Uicbold safe that held the bank's cash. Just when the burglars began operations is, of course, unknown, for the light of day, which is the dread of all i .. i.i ii..' t.r I yeggmen, caugiu mem uciorc their work was completed, and they got no money, but made their escape. The physical evidences show that the building was entered through a rear window, the latch of which was broken. The jani tor, on approaching the building in the morning, noticed the open window, and when reaching the front found the door had also bee...

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 February 1911

CARRIZOZO NEWS CAIUIIBOZO NEW MEXICO Evon $10,000,000 worth of peaco Is worth having. Monoy talks, but It will havo to do more than that If It Insures peaco. Every little whllo nobody's seismo graph Is recording an earthquake Every year this world drinks 1,250, 000,000 pounds of tea. That seems plonty. Whenever tho dressmakers think of other outragoous spring stylos they let us know. That latoBt earth shock might be traced to tho militarists bringing up their heavy artillery. Still, feeding children on two cents a day and making them Hko It are two different propositions. If wo must havo so many warships why not get Mr. Edison to make a few with his cemont molds? If motion pictures nro to aid the In Bano thoy should not bo associated with nlckol-thoater ventilation. When a cold wavo hits Now York thero aro noses sympathetically red In Woehawkon, Hoboken and Hacken-Back. If all tho Now England hunting stories aro truo tho abuadanco of ven ison should bring down tho price of beef. No ...

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. — 24 February 1911

Senatorial Trifles Cost Much Money Mali UNCLE" 5AM WILL PAY FOR THESEJ WASHINGTON. Tho vanities, fol lies and eccentricities of states men aro brought a trifle further Into the limelight through tho socrotary of tho Bonnto's annual report, mado nub lie In congress. It cIIbcIohos tho llttlo odds and ends of luxury and comfort near a Benutor's heart, when It can bo obtained at government expense From May 1 to Juno 28 thoro woro 232 ensos of appo'arls splits -furnished tho senate, costing fl,8G0. Taxlcabs for taking senators homo at tho close of sessions cost $110. Twenty-six boxes of lemons woro used du ring tho month of July Inst yoar. They coBt more than $175. It required two barrels of granulated sugar, costing $3G;33. to sweoton thoni. Flvo gallonfl of wltchhnzel cost $3.25. Ono dozon bottles soda mint and pepsin tablets to euro Indigestion woro purchased for $44.20. Threo largo bottles of bromo soltzor woro worth $2. Nineteen dozen of assorted hair brushos cost $3.20. Ton cases o...

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. — 24 February 1911

THE CARRIZOZO NEW3 Vnbllshwl trmtj V&Any at CAKHizorxa - Nw Mwnco BsHwA m moouiI olu mattfft J turn M, WIH, at tk pwitoOn at Owtseso, Ki Hnfcis undr Mm Ml (X Hm ah 1, 1M0. wuimciarrioN haths- (IuYiri .... $1.M fe Months (by mail) - - - H.00 JJfO. A. HAIjUV, KtilTOR AFFIDAVITS TO REFUTE CHARGES. Wasningtou, D. C, Feb. 21. The House committee on ter ritories today decided that the Constitution of New Mexico is Republican in form and not con trary to the Constitution of the United States and the Declaration of Independence, and that the committee has no right to ques tion the election of delegates to the Constitutional Convention, the date, of the convention or its proceedings. This eliminates all charges except those that on the day of the election for the apprd val of the Constitution the sa loons were open, that intimida tion, threats, coercion, and vio lence were used, that ballots against the Constitution were withheld and that other means were employed to prevent a fair, lega...

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. — 24 February 1911

Supreme Court Rules. Washington, Feb. 20 Not for with Din.. He expects to start home within two weeks. MMti l1 1 tl I a 4 itt Mlfilsnt til tWl (3 1111. years have so many far reaching j jrCstiotis: principles relating- to interstate! First, thnt the abuses eontaini coinmcroe been approved by the i tinting the local administrations, court of the United s " cuies a nu towns, which Supreme States us were established in its ABSTRACT OF COUNTY RECORDS. have the greatest grievances, .. .. should be immediately abolilied. decision today as tlic uticuesuon- Second, some means shouid be cd law of the land. Decisions on Several oilier different questions also were announced. Among the questions of inter Siatc commerce decided were: That the passenger has no right to buy tickets with services, advertising, releases or property, nor can the railroad company buy services, advertising, releases or property with transportation. That a state law regulating the size of crews on trains within the sta...

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. — 24 February 1911

ism ...mm K. of P. Ball at Capitan. Myrtle Lodge No. 19 Knights of Pythias of Capitan, celebrated the forty-eighth anniversary of the order Wednesday by a ball at the schoolhouse. About fifty couple participated, and an en joyable time was had. Were it not for the bad weather, a much larger crowd would have attend ed. A sumptuous supper was served at the hotel at midnight, after which all returned to the ball room, where dancing was continued until 4 a.m. The K. of lVs, as entertainers, did them selves proud on the occasion, and the guests spoke highly of the knightly courtesy extended. The lodge is in a nourishing condition, with a constantly increasing membership. Amateur Theatricals. A pleasing little drama enti tled "The Heart or a Hero," will be staged at Real's hall on Thurs day evening, March 2nd. The piece will be acted by local talent. Some of those who will take part in the play have previously faced the music, and all have more or less histrionic talent, We believe the pl...

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. — 24 February 1911

Welch Sa 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. CAP1TAN, N. M. Frank J. Sager, cashier of the Exchange Bank, went to El Paso yesterday. Chas. L. Schrcok, principal of the Carrizozo schools, has a bro ther visitiug hitn from the east. The Rev. Pace of Alamogordo preached at the Baptist church here Sunday, morning- and even ing. Gordon Pine entertained a num ber of his school mates yesterday at a birthday party Wednesday -his ninth. Train No....

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. — 24 February 1911

DISH PAN THAT IS NOVELTY Ingenious Device That Keeps Dishes and Cutlery Separate and Standing Upright. A (Hull pan Hint nerves tho doublo purpose of a rocoptiiclo In which to wiibU dishes and ono In which to Iteop thorn has boon designed by a California wonmu. In tlio bottom of tho pnn, In tho conter, 1b a rlng-llko abutment. Along ono sldo aro top nnd bottom curved bonds In which knives, forlcn nnd bpooiib can bo stood upright nnd kopt Bopnrnto from tho other contents of tho pan. With tho ring In tho conter, dishes nro stood up nround (ho nldon, which innlten thorn easier to wnsh nnd docs nway with tho necessity of tho washer having her hands always Immersed in tho hot, soapy water. Furthermore, tho Inven tion takes tho ploco of a cupboard In (amiHos whoro only a few dishes nro TAKE A LESSON FROM VENUS Dishpnn In Qperatlon. URod, ns these can bo ltopt in the pan when not othorwlso in ubo. Another ndvnntngo of having tho dlshos stand upright In the wnsh pan Is that they drain bettor...

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. — 24 February 1911

PRINCESS XENIA TO WEAR "HAPPY CROWN" OME. "Thoro will bo no alliance botweon his Impe rial hlghnoBS tho dulto of the Abruzzl and Miss Knth nrino Elkins of Amor ica." This is tho semi-official announcomont doubtloss in spired from tho court of Victor Emmnnuol III., king of Italy. Quocn Hclona inakos no secret of hor sat isfaction at tho outcome of thin re inarkablo romanco between tho daugh ter of tho late West Virginia million Rlro and United Statos senator and tho man who 1b llrst cousin to tho king, and who might ascond tho throne should death tako away his brothers and tho llttlo sons of the royal fam ily. And as for tho Uourbon Duchoso d'Aostn, Bistar-ln-law of tho duke, alio is unfelgnedly delighted. From tho first Bho utterly opposed tho marriago of a princo of tho blood royal and n "vulgar American commonor," as sho was pleased to dub tho beautiful and oxcoedlngly rich young American girl. So once, at leaBt, romanco Is dead. Vhy7 Did not tho ardont young loverB plight eternal...

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. — 24 February 1911

EXCHANGE BANK BURGLARIZED. (Continued from first pans.) and wrench were the appliances left on the scene by the burglars. The damage done was covered by insurance; for the bank had thrown around itself and its de positors all the conceivable safe guards. And even if the strong box had been tapped the loss would have fallen principally on the insurance company, very slightly on the bank and would never have touched the balance of a depositor. Besides this in surance the bank had a further insurance, which gives them pro tection in just such cases as this; and that is that a large portion of the bank's funds are held by other banks its correspondents in New York and other .banking centers, If the cash had been taken it would have affected the bank's operation for a very short time until it could hear from its correspondents but as it is the institution is doing business at the same old stand; the only thing to cause annoyance is the necessity for a night watchman, pending the arrival ...

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. — 3 March 1911

Carrt3030 IFlewe A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOtUME 12. CARRI550ZO. UNCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, MARCH 3, 1911. NUMBER 4 Deciiion Expected Monday. The long-drawn-out county scat case is to be heard at Alamogor do Monday. As has been here tofore stated, the territorial su preme court having- passed upon all the issues, this case will bring Out no new points. It is confi dently expected that work will soon recommence on the court house and jail. The plaintiffs may, if they so desire, appeal to the supreme court of the United States, and an intimation that such an ap peal will be made has been given, but whether the appeal will be perfected is, of course, a matter of conjecture. Should such an appeal be taken it will probably be two or three years before the highest court could reach it. In the meantime if an injunction is granted work will not begin; but few fear an induction without the filing of au adeqnate bond for damages, which will be a protec tion to all...

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