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

CARRIZOZO NEWS oarrizozo NEW "MEXICO Often the Joy ride ends la a cemetery. Winter la staying ae long as an un welcome guost. Lato In March the largest battleship will bo In commission. There Is no tolling how soon It will be obsolete. Simultaneously with the opening of the postal banks a lot of old yarn socks oponed. That American who photographed cows inside England's fortifications made somewhat of a bull. I Soventeon-year locusts are due this year, but nobody will care If they fall to hear the alarm clock go off. . The aeroplane does not break down of tenor than an automobile, but It breaks down In more Inconvenient localities. Somo people are eternally fussy. An Indiana man wants a divorce from his wlfo because she bathes the dog In tho dlshpan. Again It Ib reported that the hoop- skirt is coming back. Not If tho wear ers havo to.pasB the Flatlron building in Now York. SAGACIOUS FILING Aviation seems to bo like some other methods of producing exhilarating ef fects; thero Is dif...

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 March 1911

TEST THESE RECIPES POUR METHODS OF COOKINQ THE FAMILIAR FOWL. Canterbury, Creole, Victoria and Im perial Vol au Vent Are All Reoonv mended aa Tasty and Satis fying Dishes. The wayB of preparing chicken for tho table are endless. Here are a few choice reclpoa: Canterbury Chloken Cook three ind one-half tableapoonfula of butter with ono tonspoonful of finely chopped onion until yollow, stirring almost sonstantly to prevent burning. Add one tablespoonful of corn starch and itlr until woll blended; then pour on Gradually, whllo stirring constantly, ono and ono-half oupfuls of chicken itock (tho liquor In which a fowl has been cooked). Bring to the boiling point and add ono-half toaspoonful of lemon Julco, threo-fourths of a tea spoonful of Bait, one-eighth of a teaspoonful of paprika, one-half cup ful of celery cut In small pieces, and one and ono-half cupfuls of chopped chicken. Servo hot and garnish with toast points and parsley. Creole Chicken Cook four teaspoon fuls of butter with 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. — 17 March 1911

- 5T" ; : 1 ni1 "T" if V THE CARRIZOZO NEW5 PubllHhwl OTerjr Friday nrt Cakkizoxo - Nkvv Mbxico tintercd ai tecum! oUn inotUr June IS, MKM, nt tho piistotHoo atCarrtaozo, Nv Union, URilr tlio not of iUreh 1H10. 8UHB0KIPT1ON lUTKti: Oiin Yttfir .... Sl.iiO 8lx Montlia (by mull) - . . fl.OOf1'11100 JNO. A- HAIiKY, ItMTon $15,000 Bond Required. The countj scat case came up at Alamogordo last Saturday be fore Judge Edward R. Wright. Attorney Thomas B. Catron, of Santa Fe, and Attorney George B. Barber, of Lincoln, represent ed Lincoln, and Attorney John Y. Hewitt, of White Oaks, repre sented Carrizozo. The argument was upon the application of the attorneys for the defendant, who asked for a dismissal of the quo warranto and the consequent dissolution of the pending injunction. It will be remembered that an injuuetiau was granted last December, that a $10,000.00 damage bond was approved and nothing further done on the court house. Since, however, the filing of the indem nity bond, the su...

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 March 1911

Jicarilla Happenings. Al Walk ins was over from White Oaks Wednesday. Tud Rcasoncr wont to White Oaks on a business mission this WQtik. 0. L. Kennedy went on busi nass to Lincoln last week. Mrs. Dale was reported to be seriously ill at Audio a few days ago. Robert and Bivian Brookin came out from White Oaks Satur day to attend to attend a dance at the schoolhousc. LJmil Frit, of Lincoln passed through looking- up lost sheep scattered by the late storm. ' We regret to say it was found necessary to take Mr. Handy to the Fort Stanton sanatorium to be treated for throat trouble. The Little Mining aud Reduc tion company have about com pleted installing the machinery in the mill, and are beginning to look around for good under ground men. We are having beautiful weath er this month, and the grass and many green things are peeping out. Everyone who has a gar den spot is preparing for won derful things this summer. The Brookin brothers are hav ing their field below here put in Shape for the...

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 March 1911

Stockmen Meet. The annual meeting of the Panhandle Stockmen's Associa tion was held at Dalhart, Texas March 7, S, and 'Jth. There was a large attendance of cattle men and every one was enthusiastic concerning the cattle situation generally. Not much trading was done though there were a good many buyers present. At such meetings buyers and sellers get together and talk matters over and usually trade lati'r. The greatest interest at this meeting centered in the contest between El Paso and Amarillo for the next meeting place of the Association. El Paso was suc cessful, and it is. now predicted that the meeting in March, 1912, will be by far the greatest and most successful every held by the Panhandle Association. Some years ago a few energetic stockmen iu the northern part of the Panhandle decided to form an association of their own, sep erate from the great Texas Cattle Raisers Association, which up to that time had embraced all of Texas. Prom the small beginn ing then made, has devel...

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 March 1911

Welch Si Titsworth Wholesale and Retail GENERAL MEECHANDISE 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. Jewelry Store Burglarized. Another burglary was pulled off in Carrizozo, last night being the time, J. R. Humphrey's Jew elry store the place and the bur glars, at this hour, uuknown. The entrance was made by way of the back door, or that seeems the logical conclusion, and the attraction was, no doubt, the jew elry and precious stones on dis play during the day. The bur glar, or...

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 March 1911

OWES ER. HEALTH To Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Scottvillo, Mich."! want to toll you how much good LydlaE.Pinkham'a I v ogocaino (join pounu ana Banatlvo Wash liavo dono mo. I llvo on a farm and have worked very hard. I am forty flvo years old, and am tho mother of thirteen children. Many peoplo think it strange that I am not broken down with hard work and the caro of mv fam. lltr Tint T fnll flinrrt rC rrr rnrA flAtirl f our Vcffotablo Compound, and that hero will bo no backacho and bearing down pains for thorn if they will tako It as I have. I am scarcely over with, out it in tho house "I will say also that I think there la no bettor inedlclno to bo found for young girls to build them up and nmko them strong and well. My oldest daughter has taken Lydla E. Pink, liam's Vegetable Compound for pain ful periods and irregularity, and it baa always liolpcd her. 'I am always ready and willing to speak a good word for tho Lydla E. I'inkham's Itemcdles. I toll every ono I meet tha...

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 March 1911

BLAME PHYSICIANS FOR GROWTH OF DOPE HABIT Druggists Say Prescriptions and Not Patent Medicines the Cause. Now York. Dlnrao for tbo prov alonco and growth of tho morphine habit was placed on tho shoulders of physicians, who proscribed tho drug, at a mooting of druggists horo to night to protost against tho rocontly onactcd city ordlnanco prohibiting tho sale at rotall of any proparatlon con talning morphlno or Us salts except upon a doctor's proscription. Tho ordlnanco is nlmod primarily at paregoric and at stomach remodlos, according to members of tho board of health who wore Instrumental In ob taining its passago. Caswotl Mayo, ono of tho druggists, said ho had mado a canvass by mall of soveral sanitariums and tho replies convinced hlra DO por cont. of tho victims of drugs formod tho habit as a result of using prescriptions glvon by physi cians and only 8 per cent from using proprietory medicines. Had an Eye to tho Future. "It would probably tako many gonor atlons of adversity to 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. — 17 March 1911

M 1 if 1- J, 4 HHjHHpMpgl, .V"' "'WRIT ' y . " - pV' Z Our Spring Line ' I " 8 ; , f) Carrizozo V "' . -rtrr For Men and Young Men, 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 plete, and comprises the best of the leading manu factures. t zbz- Florsheim Shoes Weafe exclusive selling- agents for the Florsheim Shoes $5.00, $5.50 and $6.00. Other.Styles, $3.00, $3 50 and $45oo. 44 The House of Good Taste " ZIEGLER BROS. New Mexico. Roosevelt on Statehood. Ux-President Roosevelt again has been a vis...

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 March 1911

Carrt3030 TFlews. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 12. CARRI550J50. LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, MARCH 24, I'JlL NUMBER 7 On the Border and Across. The public generally is about as much at sea over the mobilisa tion of Aiuerican troops along the Rio Grande, as it was when the movement began. Few were credulous enough to believe the statement at the start, that the concentration of troops near the disturbance in Mexico was' merely to "maneuver" our troops. This action on the part of our govern ment led to many conjectures. One was that neutrality must' be enforced; another was that it was simply to make a show of force in favor of the Mexican federal government; still another was that Uncle Sam intended to pro tcct the property of Americans and other foreign interests in Mexico, should the federal gov ernment prove to be unable to do so. From a recant Washington dispatch this latter seems to be the correct solution, as President Taft is credited with the st...

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 March 1911

CARRIZOZO NEWS NEW MEXICO ""wuilmswlnger coata voato aro out low to Bhow shirt studs. ; How long will the aviators stick to their agreement not to Indulge In reckless flying? America has 2G licensed aviators, and the 20 have formed a trust in order to prolong their own lives. More ink than blood was shed over the now famous battlo of London, in which two men stood off 200, In the mattor of safety we do not see that the submarines have much ad vantage over the flying machines. Tho Clovoland man who Bued for "time lost In answering mistaken tele phone calls" must havo further time to Every hear of a parl betas found la a churoh fair oyster? New York has a musical comedy which Is said to be not comic. Thero are others, some of which are not mu Blcal, either. It is no crime to steal umbrellas on rainy days in New Jersey. And now will not those who aro addicted to the habit please go there? Vienna's birth rate has fallen enor mously. Evidently tho stork does not lovo tho apartment houses...

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 March 1911

r-1 SAVING TIME WITH THE WASH y Thfs Scheme It Really Seems That a Person Can Do Two Things at Onca. To tho housowlfo who must do most ot her own work horo Is a Having of tlmo. Fold ovonly nnd Bhake well a uhoot, which lay smoothly on tho Iron ing board. On this Iron your daintily embroidered waists and undorwoar. After a waist 1b half Ironed, movo sheet along and finish waist. A llttlo exporlonco will show you hov" to run iron on along tho hems and edges without extra effort. Turn Bhoot ovor, already folded as abovo, and Iron an. othor waist. Lo and behold, you havo two nrtlclos smoothly Ironed. Novor sprlnklo tho sheets. Tho dampness from tho othor articles dampcnB them sufficiently. On pillow cases Iron all your handkerchiefs and napkins, col lars, etc. You will bo surprised at tho rapidity with which your baslcot emp ties and at tho scheming you can do to Iron two things at once. Do not Iron long on tho Bamo shoot or pillow jmso you will find It yellowed and worn thin. Only Iron...

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 March 1911

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS Published every Vrldar at Cakkizozo - NkwMkxico JNO. A. HALdiY. Ifarron Alliance Proposed. " We have reached the period in our stride ua a world power that it has become necessary to nogotiale treaties with foreign, or some foreign country, to effect a de fensive and an offensive alliance. Such alliances were little thought of prior to the Spanish-American war, but that short, but decisive, canflict burdened our govern ment with obligations not there tofore known. In the formation of our govern ment, the fathers advised against mixing with other nations' trou bles, and our first president took a decided stand against "entang ling alliances." ThiBplan work ed well the first century of our national life, but when we left the mainland of America, took over insular possessions and be came involved in the far east, everything changed. We began to build more ships, increased 'the army and at once jumped to a leading place in international alrairs. We have now reached a ...

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 March 1911

Home Rule Defended. The principle of local self g&vOrntncnt was defended by ax-prosident Roosevelt in a speocli in Arizona this week. The Colonel asserted the right of a territory to form a constitution suitable to its people. He did not whollv endorse the recall features en the Arizona constitu tion, but insisted that if Arizona wanted it other states had no right to say sheshouldn't have it. The remarks arc so much along the lineof liberal thought that we anu't resist the temptation of quoting from them. He said in part: "1. regret that Arizona was not admitted to statehood by the last congress and 1 trust that the next congress will without fail admit it. The objections to ad mitting it I regard as without warrant of justice. Apparently these objections have been chiel- ly or entirely due to theiact that Arizona has adopted m its con stitution the referendum, initia tive and recall. , "I do not agree with the form in which Arizona has adopted the recall, especially as regards...

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 March 1911

t i Jicarilla Happenings. Jasper Cox, of White Oaks was in camp last Mondy. C. 13. Hatfield is kept in doors with a bad case of rheumatism. Mr. 13d Chew made a visit to this burg1 one day this week. Mr Howell of Colorado is here visiting- his sister, Mrs. 13. II. Talbot. We learn that Mr. McBrayer is confined to the house with "rheu matism. We here that it is necessary to take John Brotherton to Carrizozo for treatment for dropsy, Mrs. Patterson, who taught the school at White Oaks this term, with her husband passed through enroute to Corona. There is a rumor from the vici nity of Jauna, that the "Enter prise" placer company will start its wheels in motion the coming week. F. J. Marsh is daily expecting to meet a party of capitalists at Ancho, from points in Colorado, who will takeover his iron claims near Jacks Peak. People on the cast side arc considerably wrought up over a band of horse thieves who are operating in that vicinity. It is said that they have also driven a few bunche...

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 March 1911

ft Welch S: 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 in WELCH & TITSWORTH. CAPITAN, N. M. 0 Again the County Seat. The above caption, or some thing similar, has been used so often during the past year that we are almost afraid to make a statement concerning it. But in view of the fact that we erred last week in the details though the results are the same at the expense of worrying our readers we again essay the task of put ting the matter straight. Iu the heari...

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 March 1911

MAKE CLOSET SPACE ARRANGEMENT THAT GREATLY INCREASES CAPACITY. Hangers That Can Bo Lifted Up to the Celling Will Be Found of Much Value Uae for Old Fashioned Secretary. Holp for dwellers in apartments whoso cloBot room Is congested comos in hangers that enn bo poked up to tho celling. Therefore that apace be tween the top and tho lino of hooks which hitherto has been wasted be comes of valuo by moanB of ono or two rods stretched across about four Inches bolow tho colling. Tho value of this arrangement Is not only In use of space that haB been ldlo, but that long drosses may bo holBtod so high that thoy aro not in tho way when entering tho closet. Whether ono or two rods may bo used In thlB faBhlon dopends upon tho depth of tho closet. Thoro must, howovor, bo space enough to permit all garments being placed on coat hangers. Tho racks which aro to bo skied aro thoso ordinarily used, and to mako tho handling of garments placed so high easy thero 1b a long stick, with a hook at tho end,...

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 March 1911

Stop taking liquid physic or big or littla E)ills, that winch makes you worso nstead of curing. Cathartics don't cure they irritate and weaken the bowels. CASCARETS make the bowels strong, tone the muscles so they crawl and work when they do this they are healthy, producing right results. C ABC A RUTS toe a box for a week's treatment. All drupgliU. HlKgcst seller In the world. Million botes a mouth. HER TROUBLE. FOR DELICATE BREAD EXCELLENT RECIPES THAT ARE WELL WORTH NOTING. mm She How'b your wifo? Ho Her head troubles her a good deal. She Nouralgla? lie No; she wants a now hat. As a Reminder. Ills Wife John, do you -remember what took placo Just three- years ago today? Her Husband What! Is this our wedding anniversary? His Wife N-no. Three years ago today you bought mo a now hat. Harper's Bazar. HEREDITY Can Be Overcome In Cases, Tho inlluonco of heredity cannot, of course, bo successfully disputed, but It can bo minimized or entirely over come in some ensos by correct food and dr...

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 March 1911

4. ' " Our Spring1 Lille For Men and Young Men. ? tMll ftp 8 1 1 1 f-M 8 8 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 plete, and comprises the best of the leading manu factures. Florsheim Shoes We are exclusive selling agents fc the Florsheim Shoes, $5.00, $5.50 and $6:00. Other Styles, $3.00, $3.50 and $4.60. The House of Good Taste". ZIEGLER BROS. Carrizozo New Mexico. More Details as to Greer's Safety. We publish the following let ter, written to Mr. G. B. Greer, confirmatory of the letter p...

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. — 31 March 1911

' J. 4 H. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 12. CARRI550ZO. LINCOLN COUNTY, NI5W MEXICO, MARCH 31, lJll. NUMBER 8 Peace Proposals Pending. San Antonio, Texas, March 28. Francisco I. Madero, sr., father of tlic insurccto leader, declared on arrival here today that peace in Mexico is assured, probably within 10 day.s Diplomatic exchanges had pro ceeded suflicienty, senor Madero added, to make it safe to state that the oflice of vice president, at present occupied by senor Corral, whom he termed obno xious, would be abolished for the. time being at least. lie predicted that the resigna tion of Corral would leave the functions of the office of vice president to the new foreign minister, senor De La Barr.i. Diaz will save his face by re maining in office four or six months and then resign, Madero said. He will plead weariness owing to his many years. It will thiiU fall to De La" Barra to be come the defacto president and call an election. The administration par...

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