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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 3 March 1911

RHEUMATISM T WW I want every chronic rheumatic to throw invar all medicines, nil liniments, nil iilnslern, nnd clvo Mt'NYON'8 ItUEUMA. TIBM REMEDY a trial. No matter what your doctor may nay, no matter what your friends tuny nay, no matter liow projndlcod you may bo ngalnst nil ndvor tlRod remedies, po nt onro to your drtitt KlRt and cot a bottlo of tbo ItlinUMA TIBM ItEMHDY. If it falls to rIvo wills factlon.I will refund your mony. Munyon Itemcmbcr this remedy contains no finl Icrllc ncid, no opium coralno, morphine or otlier bnrmful dnip- It U put up under thft guarantco cf tbo Furo Food and Drue Act. For fiato by nil drucclsts. I'rlcc, 25c. The Oldest Klickitat. Jako Hunt, the oldest living Kllckl tut Indian known, Hob at death's door at bis homo adjoining this town cast of horo. Tho old Indian Is reputed to be moro than 100 years of ngo. Years ago an Indian villago stood where tho Hunt family now carries on a general farming business. All that Is left of tho old settlement Is a...

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. — 3 March 1911

.$, IT 18 A MISTAKE Many havo tho Idea that nnythlng -will sell If advertised strong ouougli. This 1b a great ralstalco. Truo, a few Bales might bo mado by advertis ing an absolutely worthless nrtlclo but It Is only tho nrtlclo thut Is bought again and again that pays. An cxnmplo of tho big success of a worthy nrtlclo 1b tho enormous salo that has grown up for Cascarots Candy Cathartic. ThlB wonderful rec ord Is tho result of great merit suc cessfully mado known through per slstont advertising and tho mouth-to-mouth recommendation given Cas carots by its friends and users. Llko all great successes, trado pi rates prey on tho unsuspecting pub lic, by marketing fako tablets similar In appearanco to Cascarcts. Caro should always bo oxerclsed In pur chasing well advertised goods, espe cially an artlclo that has n national Bale llko Cascarots. Do not allow a substltuto to bo palmed off on you. Art In the Nude. Tho photographer's lady was very preoccupied showing somo samples ol work to p...

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. — 3 March 1911

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS Pnhllttfiod trusty Vttony rrt Cakrizozo - Nuw Mjmcioo Entered second clau mattar Juno HI, M08, nt tho ptntfHMeo ntCarrliwio, Nw Ataxic, umlor tho not of March 3, 1879. SUHB0KIPT1ON KATI58: Obb Yar . . .v . $1,M) BU Montiu (by mull) - . f 1.00 JKO. A. HALEY, ' Editoii House Approves Constitutiou. The lower house of congress unanimously approved the con stitution for New Mexico the first of this month, The only serious obstacle to early admission is ap proval by the senate. The only danger to be encountered in the senate, so far as known, is lack of time. Congress adjourns to morrow noon arid the senate haB a mass of unfinished business. Congress adjourns tomorrow at noon. Many important measures will not get through for, lack of time, and it is asserted that Pre sident Taft will call an extra session. The tariff will be the big thing in the extra session. The proposition to elect United States senators by direct vote was defeated in the senate this week. The vote s...

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. — 3 March 1911

Tree Planting. According to many authoritiea The firut of March is an oppor tune time to set out shade trees that is before the sap begins to rise. That should apply partic ularly this year, for the recent colil snap will hold the sap back for some time. Another lcaturc that makes this a most favorable time is that the ground is in a most receptive mood, containing more moisture than for many seasons. Nothing lends more beauty to the home than a triangular row of shade frees, and similar treat ment to the streets of a town has the same effect. It is true that the experience our people have had with shade trees the past two seasons have been disap pointing, but they labored under adverse conditions, brought about by extreme dry weather. Pres ent conditions warrant another effort with better prospects of success. Pig-in-the-Bag Auction Sale. To-morrow evening, Saturday, from 6:30 until 10 o'clock, the ladies of the Home Mission So-1 cicty will hold an auction sale of edibles at Real's...

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. — 3 March 1911

A Play Well Presented. "Tim tUy In tlm itiinic To toHl the coiiHcieuco of tlio klnu," On Thursday evening1 at the Real liall, it pleasing little drama entitled the ''Heart of n Hero," was presented to a crowded house. Like all plays of its kind, it had a happy ending. The stage set tings were tastefully arranged and laid out better than most of the audience expected, and the differ ent characters were faithfully re presented. Mr. E. Wilson, as the "Squire," and Mrs. E. Wilson as the "Squire's Sister," held the leading roles," and were ably as sisted by Miss V. Fen ton, as the I'Squire's Daughter," and did full justice to the characters without over-doing them, as did likewise all those taking part. Mr. Gnu chat, as "Seth Marlow," did the "heavy," and played his part well but would have fitted a different character to better advantage. Mrs. W. Garvin, as "Tilly Sloan," Mr. Holmes, as "Arnold Payne," and Mr. Gibbons as "Marlow's Rival," acquitted themselves with credit. Mr. Northlanc,...

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. — 3 March 1911

Welch Si 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. jS n Km Fuller & Johnson's Farm Pump Engines Wire, Farming Implements, Farm Wagons WELCH & TITSWORTH. CAPITAN, N. M. Dr. G. Raniger was up from Oscuro Wednesday, Lute A. Skinner was down from the Mesa this week. J. O. Nabours was up from Three Rivers this week. Mrs. E. B. Walker has gone to San Antonio, Texas, for a three months visit. George Murray is laid up at the Padcn hospital with inflam matory rheumatism. Mrs. G. L. Ulrick will enter tain the Carrizozo Card Club next Wednesday af...

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. — 3 March 1911

CARR1ZOZO NEWS OARRIZOZO NEW MEXICO CURE FOR "HIGH BROWS." Tho term "high brow" Is a bit of modorn slang typifying ono whoso head Is Inflated with air or Ignoranco Instead of knowledge It should not bo applied to any ono with real learn ing. Among tho leading high brows of tho town are thoBo persons who think thoy think and who Invariably chooso tho most nbstruso subjects sclonce, religion, tho drama, state craft for their mental paroxysms, Bays tho New York Horald. No high brow has over been known to brood over or lecturo on or wrlto books about "Ilollor Skating ob a Career." "Tho Evolution of tho Clothes Wring er," or "Bringing Homo tho Cows," Tho organ which thoy call a mind leads them up from such familiar Holds to tho cloudy reglonB of Intel- loctual Inebriety where fads and "IsniB" completo tho destruction of tholr wits. It is, of course, lmpossl bio to chock tho course of thought, or what passes for thought, but It Ib u pity that tho habit of attempting to All with highly sea...

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. — 3 March 1911

WEAK BACKS MADE STRONG. Dackacho in most cubob is kidney ache, and usually accompanied by ir regularities of tho urino. To romovo the pain nnd weakness, you muBt euro tho Iridnoyn. Do so with Doan's Kldnoy Pills. J. B. Dunlap, Konnot, Mo., nays: "My condition was torrihlo. I was in bod for six weokB and could not movo owing to lutonso pain in my back. My feet and limbs woro swollen and urine scant and distressing. After taking doctor's treatments without rellof, I began with Doan's Kldnoy Pills. Thoy straightened mo up in a hurry." Remember tho nnmo Doan's. For salo by all dealors. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. WHAT'8 IN A NAME? He Your family has a grand name, Miss Vero Do Vorol She Yes, and yet I'd prefer almost any other. How the Fight Began. Violet 1 wish you would toll mo how to get this pitch off my dross. 1 hUTO tried everything I can think of. Reginald You might try a song, You always got off tho pitch when you sing. Judge. Tho main differonco between a ...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 3 March 1911

.'ppfrr f Little Doing ia Mexico. The big battle in Mexico has not yet been pulled off. The iu surrcctos, after surrounding and threatening Juarez for weeks, allowed the federals to send a column to the city's relief. The insurrcctos drew to the interior. The federals followed, on a train, turned around and came back and again left in search of the insurrcctos. The last time the insurrectos were reported in force was in the mountains near Chihuahui , where the ftderals were going to surround and annihilate them. This wasn't done, and both ar mies arc lost, to the busy war correspondents, in the wilds of the mountain fastnesses. Another report says the insup rectos are marching on Naco, and will soon have that place, The presumption is that when the federals hear of the danger threatening Naco they will chase across country to its relief. If, therefore, they fail to give battle they may be accomplishing rb much in another duection ning the federalp to death. -ruu- Lorimer Retains Sea...

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. — 10 March 1911

A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 12. CARRIZOZO. LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, MARCH 10, 1911. County Seaf Hearing Postponed. Contrary to expectations, the county seat hearing did not come up at Alamogordo last Monday, the hearing- having been post poned until tomorrow (Saturday ). A letter from the attorneys for Lincoln informed the attorneys for Carrissozo that, iu case the matter remained iu court, an ap plication would be made to take I lurtuer testimony in tue case, anu if granted, the taking of testi mony would begin at once. If this is done, a referee will be ap pointed, the evidence taken, and the case resubmitted on the new evidence. What effect this will have on the case, as to its status in court, is more than the aver-, age mind is capable of grasping, and we wouldn't even hazard a truess as to the course the matter may take in the future. -It i true that it was understood that Lincoln would appeal to the su preme court of the United States, but ...

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. — 10 March 1911

CARRIZOZO NEWS OARRIZOZO NEW MEXICO IMAGINE AGE GIVES FLAVOR That 3eems the Only Explanation as to Why Fresh Nuts Are Never Served on 8hlpboard. '"Whenco do all tho old nutB como, and whoro do thoy go?" was tho ques tlon put to n Now York Times re porter by a brokor who had Just re turned from his Borai-nnnul trip to Europo. "On my many voyngoa ncrosB tho At lantic and In tho eaBtern seaB," tho brokor went on to say, "I have never Boon fresh nutB on tho dining tables which woro ladon with all tho delica cies of tho season. Tho only person I over met who had seen fresh nutB was a grizzled quar.torinaBtor, who lookod old enough to havo Balled the raging main with Paul Jonou. Ho said tersely; " Tvo hoen 'em wunst. On tho Tan Jong Pagnr plor at Bingaporo In Backs, but they novor como aboard tho Bhlp.' "Follow-pnBsengora with whom I havo discussed tho problem were of tho opinion that tho stoamship com panies had some big cave whoro all nuts wore stored for a few decades un til they had a...

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. — 10 March 1911

$3.50 RECIPE CURES WEAK KIDNEYS, FREE RELIEVES URINARY AND KIDNEY TROUBLE8, BACKACHE, STRAIN ING, 8WELLINQ, ETC. Stops Pain In the Bladder, Kidneys and Daok. ' 'Wouldn't it be ntco within a week or bo to bosln to nay goodbyo torevor to tho scalding, dribbling, straining, or too fro auont poasarro of urlno; tho forehead and tho back-of-tho-hcad aches; tho stitches and pains In tho back; tho throwing mus clo weakness; spots boforo tho eyes; yol low skin; sluggish bowols; swollen oyo llds or ankles; leg cramps; unnatural short broath; sleeplessness and tho do spondoncy? I have a roclpo for these troubles that you can depond on, and If you want to taako a QUICK RECOVERY, you ought to write and get a uopy of it. Many a doctor would chargo you 3.50 Just for writing tills prescription, but I liavo It and will bo glad to send It to you entire ly freo. Just drop mo a lino Ilka this: Dr. A. E. Robinson, K-2G4 Luck Building, Detroit, Mich., and I will send It by re turn mall In a plain onvolop...

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 March 1911

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS I'oblldhod oviry lArfilny irt Cakkizozo - Nkw Mkxico Kutereil a tieeiiml cliu matter Juno tl, Mtfl, M. tin) ptrttoUici) ntCnrrlisxo, Naw Alaxtoo, uailtr tho ootof Mareli 3, 1B70. SUHBOIttPTION HATES: OnoYww .... $1.50 Bii Montlu (by mll) - . . $1.00 J NO. A. 1IAL12V, ICwTon STATEHOOD POSTPONED. At twelve o'clock noon, March 4th, the 61st Congress of tho United States passed into history, and with its death went the hope of statehood for New Mexico for the time being. The resolution approving the constitution of New Mexico was unanimously passed by the lower house of congress, but when it reached the senate little time remained for its consideration. In the senate an amendment was attached to the house resolution to include Ari zona, and a statement made on the lloor by Senator Owen, of Oklahoma, that if Arizona was not admitted with New Mexico he would oppose the admission of New Mexico alone. It being evi dent that a filibuster for time would prevent a vote on Ne...

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 March 1911

11 TsjBBypjffa A Prolific Cow. Twinlcalvcs put in an appear ance in the barnyard at P. M. JohnsdnJs ranch, 'west of town, Wednesday. A number went out to see the twins, which are live ly little bovines and thriving where only one before throve. .'.incoln Locals. Dr. and Mrs. T. W. Watson pleasantly entertained Messrs. 0. T. Nye and Win F. A. Gierke last Friday night at Mipper, in honorof the birthday anniversary Of the doctor. Messrs. D. E. Martin, A. G. McElhinney and J. A. Nonnan of Koswell stopped over here last Saturday and Sunday, looking over the Baca ranch east of town with a view of purchasing- the property. T'.ic stork left an eight-pound boy at the home of Clifford 13. Hiilbert last Thursday. All con cerned are doing- nicely. John Cole came in from San Patricio after his family Thurs day last and departed with them for their ranch home the follow ' ing- day. Probate Clerk J. G. Riggle and family spent last Sunday with friends at Capitan. Probate court met in regular sessio...

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 March 1911

EVENTS, PAST AND FUTURE. Pig-In-A-Bag Auction. On Saturday evening the ctiter tainmont riven by the Ladie's of the Home Mission Society pro ved n financial and social sueces. Real's Hall was well fi 1 loci with the representative people of the town to enter into the spirit of the occasion. The contributions tied up in bags were auctioned off and the bidding- was both brisk aud interesting, the bidder not knowing what the bag con tained until it came into his or her hands. Some of the sur prises caused a chorus of laugh ter. The side shows, under the supervision of the ladies of the Mission, were well patronized. Miss Helen Canning was award ed a prize as the beauty in the Beauty Show. The fat woman's identity has not. yet been es tablished, as she wore a mask, but it was hinted that she was an exotic imported for the oc casion. The Fortune Telling booth was filled during the even ing and many went home without being able to consult the great Seerer rushed was this little side booth....

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 March 1911

Welch Sc Titsworth Wholesale and Retail GENERAL MERCHANDISE Q'ijpceries, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes 4 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 otir 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. .Dr. Blainie was up from Oscuro this week. Mrs. H. B. Tompkins if up from Lincoln this week. Dr. G. Ranniger and E, F. Jones wore here from Oscuro on business Monday. Jodie Cochran and George Eaker were down a couple of days from Nogal this week. John M. Rice, of Parsons, ac companied by his daughter, was in town Saturday to Monday. Newt Kemp and John B. Burch were over Sat...

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 March 1911

.' . .. - J ifif ,1 p. I," pi-' V A"" 4. JStfert Picture Tells a Story 9 :iBBBBBHri iRlAiiil Jill i Bjlgjjj "I " I II 111 II" 'llll'i' " rAC-SiMnx or res. cchwvl mouwe slkktlv wtoucto BURDENS LIFTED FROM BAD BACKS Weary is the back that bears the burden of kidney ills. There's no rest or peace for the man or woman who has a bad back. The distress begins in early morning. You feel lame and not refreshed It's hard to get out of bed. It hurts to stoop to tie your shoes. All day the ache keeps up. Any sudden movement sends sharp twinges through. the hack. It is torture to stoop and straighten. At night the suf ferer retires to toss and twist and grown. Backache is kidney ache a throbbing, dull aching in the kid neys. Plasters or liniments won't do. You must get at the cause, inside. DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS CURE SICK KIDNEYS GIVEN UP TO DIE. Mrs. M. A. Jonlilns, Quannh, Tox., saya: "I was bloated nl-' moat twlco my natural size. I had the beat phy sicians, but they failed to help mo. For flv...

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 March 1911

Knees Became Stiff Five Years of Severe Rheumatism Tho euro of Henry J. Goldatoln, 14 Barton Btrout, BohIoii, Mas., Is anoth er victory by Hood's Sarnaparllla, This grout medicine turn- succeeded In many cases wliero othora havo utterly failed. Mr. Goldatoln Bays: "I Buf fered from rhoumatlsm flvo years, It 'kept mo from business and caused ex cruciating .pain. My knoos wouh' bo como as. atlrt as stool. I tried many modlclnon without rollef, then took Hood's Barsaparllla, soon felt much bottor, and now consldor mysolf on tlroly cured. I rocomninnd Hood's." Got It today In usuel liquid form or chocolated tablets called Sarsataba. THEY 8PIKED THE TRAOK. jj 'Now, that wan a wrecking crow worth while It was tho worst smash up I over saw, and In 20 minutes thoy didn't leave a sign of It." "Wrocklng crow, you Idiot! Thoy were souvenir hunters." Ignorance. Laura Joan Llbboy, discussing in Brooklyn hor nppearanco on tho Btngo, said: "I talk In my monologue nhout lovo, raarrlugo and tho otho...

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 March 1911

Our Spring Lille For Men and Young Men, j) Carnzozo A KIND OF MERCHANDISE THAT CAN ONLY be found in the best stores of the larger cities. We are first to show you a line of Clothing crisp and new, fresh from the tailors in New York and Chicago. We guarantee our goods, and we look to them to ensure your permanent custom. Our business has been built up from personal recommendation that follows our policy of giving each and all honest value. Come in now while the of our Goods are awaiting your inspection. Our Clothing ranges in price from $10 to $30, Our Stock of Gent's Furnishings is com pleteand comprises the best of the leading manu factures. Florsheim Shoes sa-x We are exclusive selling agents for the Florsheim Shoes, $5.oo, $5.50 and $6.00. Other Styles, $3.00 $3.50 and $4.00. "The House of Good Taste" - ZIEGLER BROS. New Mexico. Lost Mine Found. The Roswell papers tell of the discovery of a lost mine in the east end of the Capitan moun tains, this county. The finders are Dr. T. E...

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 March 1911

1 (Earrt3030 TFiewe. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 12. CARRI550ZO. LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, MARCH 17, lm. Johnnie Greer not Killed. A Letter Explains. A telegram was received by G. 13. Greer Sunday, having- been sent from El Puso, to the effect that his son, John E. Greer, had been killed at the battle of Casus Grandes, Mexico, on the Oth of j this month. A later telegram came, however, sent by the same! person, which contradicted the first telegram and stated that young Greer had not been killed. Still later the dispatches contain ed the name of John F. Greer in the list of Americans slain in the Casas Grandes battle. In addi tion to this, a companion of John Greer reached El Paso, claimed to have been in the fight with him; that he saw Greer when he was shot, saw him fall aud that he was left on the field dead. These conflicting statements led to various beliefs, some hold ing that Greer was dead, others that he had made his escape. To add to the ...

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