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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 14 April 1911

CARRIZOZO NEWS oarrizozo NEW MEXICO It la bottor for one's aeroplane to go wrong ton mllos from land horizon tally than vertically. A Gorman woman advocatos com pulsory domestic sorvico for nil girlB. She must live In the suburbs. American helroosos whon caught very young may be more easily trained by their titled husbands. Fire gonorals of the Haitian revolu tionary army have boon capturod and shot Presumably the private got away. Maybo the woman who received coal when she thought she was buying eggs Is in luck that It was not diamonds. SUFFERED FOR YEARS. Aviator Latham has gone duck hunting In a monoplane The Innova tion adds to the undeBlrablllty of be ing a duck. Fresh air ndvoaates will not be sur prised to learn that a hermit who had remained indoors for forty yours died of pneumonia. Paris wants a now law to dlscourngo dueling, tho Idea being to shed ora-' tory lnstoad of blood when somo one 1 haB a grievance. Tho ontorprlsing Journalist will see to It that the Hope diamond ...

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. — 14 April 1911

Big Assets Four hundred thousand people tako a CASCARET every night and rise up in themornineandcall thcmbleosed. If you don't belong to this great crowd of CASCARET takers you are missing the greatest asset of your life. bio CARCARRT8 toe box for week's treatment, all druggists. Biggest seller JUllllOI la theworld. ion boxes month. IN HER LINE. In REFRIGERATOR FOR COUNTRY Jack- When you piny whist, do you not piny for monoy? Edna No, for kisses. Jnck All, how I admire a cheerful losorl Fighting Tuberculosis In Hungary. Tho antl-tuborculostB movomont waa stnrtcd in 1804, nnd In 1898 thoro wero flvo Institutions for tho tront mont of consumption. Today tho cam paign Is encouraged nnd financed by tho government, nnd over 200 different agencies nro engaged In tho fight. A permanont tuberculosa musoum has been established at Budapest and n cnrofully conducted campaign of edu cation Is bolng cnrrlod on. HONEST CONFE88ION A Doctor's Talk on Food. Thoro nro no fairer set of men on. earth 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. — 14 April 1911

'V- THE CARRIZOZO NEWS I'lilillMlnttl iiviry Kriilny ill 6akui.ozo - Nkw Mux ico llutrrwl iii shook, I aln.m Miitlrr .J huh Id, I1HU, nt tun iiirtttollliM nt (inrmo.u, Sw Mnxion, uiiiUr llfti iM!t of .March . 1H7U. 8UIWCHIPTION ItATKH ( Inn Ywir -HU Moulin (li)' mull) JNU. A. II ALKY. the inainire piles which will pro duce an excellent smudge. A smudge one night might save a year's crop of fruit. Is it not worth the trial? ICl.lTOU PECULIAR STATEHOOD SITUATION. As the days lengthen the pros pects for statehood appear to wane. And yet we hear some comforting reports from Wash ington, at that. It seems quite likely that some kind of resolu tion will tret through at the spec ial session, granting statehood to both New Mexico and Arizona, ritomas L. Johnson, one of the most striking characters this na tiou has produced in late years, nas joined Mic sueni majority. He was twice elected to congress and live times mayor of the city of Cleveland. Many years ago he was self-designated the "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. — 14 April 1911

ft ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Ira 0. Wcttnorc is up this week from Tularosa, i Hamilton, the Capitan is here this week. i II. U, attorney High Patent Klour at Skinner's next m) uays $2.(io. t Several parties left overland this morning for Ft. Stanton to "tip the light fantastic toe" 'at that place tonight. Postoftice Inspector Aldous was here this week looking over the ,;postoflicc. He stated it was one (of the best kept on his circuit. P. C. Carter has opened a law office in the old Gierke rooms, jund will practice in the local and j 'district courts. His card appears in this issue of the News. New shirt waists, many differ ent patterns and styles. Sec the "Kimona sleeve" in plain Per sian or fancy material all 1911 Styles shown only at Ziegler Bros. For Sale: U0 acres of well watered patented land, 5 miles north of Lincoln. Over 2000 cords of wood on land. SI, 600. For particulars address 'P. H. Rogers, Lincoln, N. M. 4-0-4 Edward Monroe returned Sat urday from an extended trip to Indiana....

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. — 14 April 1911

Commissioners' Proceedings. Proceedings of the Hon. Hoard of County Commissioner, of Lin coln County. N. M.. held April 3, J'Jll, at its regular meeting at Lincoln. I'ni'KUt! linn W. It. Wblte, Chairman. in II u . II. II. Tu j lor. MimiiImt., ill) Hon. It, A Oman. ilii ilo Itoht. Hrady. D.'piity HltortfT. I tin .1.(1 ItlKuln. Ulnrk. I The nilnnliiH nf thn mei'tinc-Itulil Janunr)' 'J. 111 unit i'll, llllt, worn r. ml mid appro d. ' I'ln' fol lowltiif .Itmtlci) of IViirn Itopnrt wetn examined and approved. I'melneU I, 'J. S, U, lit. TIim following .dm tire nf lVii"o Iti'iwrt for Precinct No '' for Quarter ondiim December ill, 101(1. wiih fxitmlneil mill approved. The following Bullion Uo tine were trnim ferred, Aniilln Hum. In Kiiriqnii Mmm. llnnnl adjourned lilt 1 o'nlonk, p. tit. Hoard tint ptirminnt to adjournment. Now come 'utility Treanuriir, Dr. I'. VV. Wnt miii, unil miitcrm lil Qli trtiirly Hop rt, wliiult I nxiunliii'd anil iippmird. Ilimril adjourn till KoVlnek, n. in. Itiin...

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. — 14 April 1911

fff Welch 6c Titsworth Wholesale and Retail GENERAL MERCHANDISE Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes SEEDS Millett Cane Kaffiir Corn Milo Maize vUR 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. Wire, Farming Implements, Farm Wagons. SEEDS Seed Corn Oats Rye Alfalfa ' 95 WELCH & TITSWORTH. GAPITAN, N. M. Mrs. John Norton is here visiting- from Capitan. Miss Sallie Hilderbrandt left tor 131 Paso on No. 33 Wednesday for week's vacation. 11 ti l . r w- umi ocipio oaiazar is up irom Lincoln this week visiting- his daughter, Mrs. byl G. Anderson. Luther Beard and wife came in t ... Ti- i nr i . i irom Kicnarnson vvennescav Lj - and left tha...

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. — 14 April 1911

SUFFERED 23 YEARS Cwiitant Sufftrtr From Chran , It Catarrh RtHtvtd by Hruna. 1 Un. Dourland, Saa Saba, Texas, writ Ml "For twenty-three years X vu a con stant sufferer from chronla catarrh. I had a severe mis ery and burn ing; In the top of my head. There was al most a con tinual drop plngof muous Into my throat, 'which caused frequent ex p e o to ration My entire sys tem gradually, became In volved, and my condition stow worse. X had an Incessant cough and frequent attacks of bilious colic, from which it seemed X could not recover. My bowels also becamo affected, causing alarming; attacks of hemorrhages. X tried many remedies, which gave only temporary relief or no relief at all. X at last tried Peruna, and In three days I was re lieved of the bowel derangement After using Ave bottles I was entirely cured. I moBt cheerfully recommend the uso of Peruna to any one similarly afflicted." HOW TO COOK ONIONS TtnCVOUNQ HRIDtt Fin it diioovmv Their weadli THEY NEED NOT ALWAYS PLAIN BOILED...

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. — 14 April 1911

Particularly the Ladies. Not only pleasant and refreshing to taste, but gently cleansing and sweet en'ng to the system, Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna is particularly adapted to ladies and children, and beneficial in all cases in which a wholesome, strength ening and effective laxative should be used. It is perfectly safe at all times and dispels colds, headaches and the pains caused by indigestion and constipation so promptly and effectively that it is the ono perfect family laxative which gives satis faction to all and is recommended by millions of families who have used it and who havo personal knowledge of its ex cellence. its wonderful popularity however, has led unscrupulous dealers to offer imita tions which act unsatisfactorily. There fore, when buying, to get its beneficial effects, always note the full namo of tho Company--California Fig Syrup Co. plainly printed on tho front of every package of the genuine Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna. For sale by all leading drug...

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. — 14 April 1911

v -ft "wMMft 'KT Jacarilla Locals. A. N. Price and son came out White Uaks Sunday. Mr. Chew and Judge Hewitt, of White Oaks, were business visitors on Wednesday. The dance for Saturday last was put ojT on account of bad weather, and will come c IT the next Saturday. We learn that John Dale was elected school director at the late election. There were very few votes cast owing, we suppose, to every one being busy with other work. Mr. Handy has gone to Lin coln to enter the Sanitarium to be under the care of the medical men of that institution. George Wishar is circulating petition for postmaster of this "deserted village." The office has been vacant three months or or more, Tli co. Tompkins is making preparation to put in a large stock in the old Frost building in a short while. A store of the right kind would do an immense business hen?. John Brotherton returned from Garrizoao very much improved and hopeful for an early return of good health, but on Sunday morning from some cause he ...

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. — 21 April 1911

' ' r A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 12. CA.RRI350ZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, APRIL 21, 1911. NUMBER H Noted Character Crosied Divide. All old-time stockmen, their employes and many citizens of the counties of Lincoln and Chaves knew Jim Hardeman, the old crippled wolf catcher, who operated in the two counties for years past. He was an eccentric character and his passing evoked a statement from a correspondent at Roswell, where he died, that will be read with interest by a multitude. The correspondence is as follows: Roswell, N. M., April 16. Jim Hardeman, an old-time wolf hunter, died at St. Mary's hos pital this morning, following a stroke of paralysis ten days ago. The body is being held awaiting word from relatives in Texas. Hardeman was a unique char acter. Born in Austin, he lived in Texas until 32 years of age and then came to Roswell from Milam county. That was twenty years ago and since then he has made the home of Fred Higgins, in this cit...

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. — 21 April 1911

RAILROAD MAN WRITES REMARKABLE LETTER In 1003 nnd 1001, I wan a terriblo suf ferer for about fivo months with kidney and bladder trouble. I could not sleep nightfi nnd was obliged to get up ten or fifteen times to urinate. I passed inucui and blood continually. One doctor said I was going into consumption and gave mo up to die. Had two other doctors but re ceived no help from cither of them and am suro I would havo been in my grave had I not seen your advertisement in tho "Daily Eaglo Star." After taking several bottles of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root I was entirely cured. In tho last two years I havo been a railroad fireman and havo passed two ex aminations for my kidneys successfully, so that I know that my kidneys aro in ex cellent condition now as a result of your great preparation, Swamp-Root. Yours very truly, . GEORGE KENSLER, 1422 Mary St. Marinette, Wis. Personally appeared before mo this 25th of September, 1000, George Kenslcr, who subscribed tho above statement and made oath t...

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. — 21 April 1911

REMARKS BY THE CHILDREN Amusing Comments That Have Beon Gathorod by a London I Woman. Some amusing remarks by children nro told by Mm. Bull (London). A Httlo girl of 3 Mi years defined a wedding an "It's when a lady goea Into church with n curtnln on her head and comes out with a man." Anothor Httlo girl romarked to hor grandpa that hor doll was stuffed with eawduat. Grandpa nuked: "And what are you Btuftcd with. Dorothy?" whereupon this Bngo of tnreo replied: "I don't know. God stuffed mo." Another Httlo girl was talking about her Sunday-Bchool lcsBon and tho two Johns of whom hor teachor had told hor. "Thero was John tho Baptist," oho repeated, "and John tho bolove'd dlsolplo." "Thoro woro throe," hor youngor sister gravoly corrected. "You didn't namo John Bull." REALLY TWO CHAIRS IN ONE PROOF P08ITIVE. He Oh, yos; I wrlto vorso occasion nlly but I tear It all up as soon as I wrlto It. Bhe Ah I I know you woro clever. 1 EDITOR BROWNE Of The Rockford Morning 8tar. "About seven year...

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. — 21 April 1911

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS IMbllsliud every KrMny nt Cahuizozo - Nuw Misxico Hriterod '.ih micimil clnv mutter Juno IK. 11'iH, nt tltu p'wtolllrn ntnurrizii7.il, Now iluxloo, under tllUMOtiir.Mnrnli :i, 1H70, m u imr it i rriuN ii,mP" One Your .... Jsl.fiO Hlx Muullm (by tiinili - - tl.(K) J NO. A. 1IALI2Y. Kmtoii THE STATEHOOD MUDDLE. Qur readers will recall that, yhen the New Mexico constitu tional convention was in session, the News advocated the submis sion of amendments to the con stitution to be voted upon separ ately from the main instrument. We particularly urged that the popular features the initiative and referendum be handled in this way, if they could, not be submitted in the main body of the iustrumemt. This proposi tion had strong support for a time in the convention, and some of the members contended for it to the end. However, the great constitutional (?) lawyers in that celebrated body contended that separate amendments might endanger the constitution itself, and the result...

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. — 21 April 1911

mB CARRIZOZO NF5WS l'nMlMntil vnry l'rlilny lit (SAtftm.ozo - Nkw Mkxico tQHNl aHffciiiinil oln,,i mtitlfr.lnnii 1'.", Km, at .We nt Unrrtzozii, rw .Moxloo, miilur nf Mtiroh J, IMO. sunsciti rrio'x it at nf- the ftlH Ohm Ymr Hlx Moulin (liy nmll) $i.ro $1.00 J NO. A. HAIiltV, Km ran ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Attorney Hamilton returned to 351 Paso this week. Maj. H, P. Campbell was in Arizona this week prospecting. Rev. Allen occupied the Meth odist pulpit at Tularosa last Sunday. Dr. T. W. Watson was up from Lincoln Tuesday. While here he made arrangements for an office during court. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Treat re turned from El Paso Mooday night, where they took their baby for medical treatment, Assessor Bob Hurt was over from Capitan Monday. He left in the afternoon to assess the lower part of the county. Our line of skirts was admired by many this week, and another new shipment today that you must see. Jiiegler Bros. Harry Comrey, who spent the week here under tne care of a physician, left We...

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. — 21 April 1911

Eccierala 0uy AgtiS flf ieta Tile iristiriectoB duttfftcd Atfua ItMeta Monday tiiylit, leaving ninny dead. Under 1 lie leader-' Ship of "Red" Lope., they cap-' lured the town and held it nut 1 'Monday night, leaving it after a furious buttle with 1,200 federals under command of Col. Renaldo I3ia,. It is said the insurrectos, ran out of ammunition after hav-! iny; the oattlc won. The towti of Agua Prieta is just across the line from Douglas, Arizona, and during- the incessant firing Sun day and Monday a number of stray bullets wounded citizens of Douglas. Diaz Blames Americans. New York. April 20. The New York Times today had a story from Mexico City giving- Diaz's . answer to the United Slates' de mands. Diaz disclaims responsi bility for the deaths and injury of Americans, and says they arc due to their own acts or those of insurrectos. He says the iusur rectos and Americans who joined them fired on Douglas (when the insurrectos took the town) and not Mexican lederal troops. He quo...

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. — 21 April 1911

5t& Welch S: Titsworth Wholesale and Ketail GENERAL MERCHANDISE Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes SEEDS Millett Cane (VR 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. SEEDS Seed Corn Oats Kaffiir Corn Milo Maize Rye Alfalfa Wire, Farming Implements, Farm Wagons. WELCH & TITSWORTH. CAPITAN, N. M. Dr. Blainie was up from Os curo a couple of days this week. Attorney Geo. Snence made a tr i i to Alamogordo and return Monday. Mrs. S. T. Gray, of Capitan, who has been seriously ill, is re ported much better. Geo. A. Titsworth. of Capitan, went to El Paso Tuesday on a business trifT He returned Thurs day. Mrs. W. NL Reily returned yes...

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. — 21 April 1911

CARRIZOZO NEWS oahhizozo NEW MEXICO HUSBANDS AS PROPERTY. Considerable satisfaction will bo felt by mankind generally at the argument advancod by a married woman In a Btiit involving another woman that "a husband is proporty to a wife and a family, and to win him away is noth ing short of stealing." Bo it is the husband and not the wife that is the "human chattel." The admission con troverts the theory upheld through generations of feminist protest against the serfdom imposed by man on his domestic partnor through unequal mar riage laws, says tho New York Herald. The honost confession that the con trary is tho case has been secured at last, but at a cost to femlnlno con sistency which may be expeotcd to bring its proper rebuke from every woman's club in the land. Tho fair plaintiff to secure her own ends has proved falso to one of the cherished principles of her sex. But tho truth is out. It 1b man who is the chattel, possession of whom is gained by tho marriage ceremony and the rig...

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. — 21 April 1911

Must be perfection ALAD NEVER A DI8H THAT CAN BE SLIGHTED. Clear Judgment and Much Care for Thla Absolutely Indispensable Ad junct of the Modern Din ner Table. Among tho luxurlos of. our bills of faro thoro is not ono Hint 1b moro np preclatod by overyono than a woll tnado salad; thoro Is np department of cooking that demands cloaror Judg ment In making and nerving than this eamo salad; whllo all kinds, from tho richest to tho simplest, depend on tho materials solectod and their wlno com bination. All salads should bo served very cold and long standing Injures thom. Thereforo make tho dressing and placo it near tho lco in tho cooler boforo pro paring tho salad proper.' When ready to servo, chill tho bowl and tho indi vidual salad plato If you would have your salad at its best. Dread and butter sandwiches or Boston brown broad thinly bllced feud delicately spread with fresh but ter and filled with a shredded lettuco leaf sprinkled with ground nuts may bo served with any salnd. But wi...

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. — 21 April 1911

Jim L v' K, 2 ...iSK-i J r " "I .'ft. . i- ALTO ITEMS. Nat Brooke idf Miss Lucy Brown visited the family of W. I. Brooke Suicjjiy, and took in the Easter services at Alto. J. J. Hollcm, of Fort Stanton, visited home folks last Sunday. There was a good attendance at the White Mountain Literary Society Saturday evening, and a very creditable program was re dered. The next regular meeting will be held Saturday evening. The program will consist of mu sic and a debate, the subject of which will be, "Resolved That active goodness wields a greater iniluence than great ability." The Easter services at the schoolhouse Sunday was well at tended, and a nice program was rendered. The children enjoyed the egg hunt, and dinner was served on the grounds. The followincr vounir people met at the home of Mrs. J. J. Hollcm Sunday evening 'to prac tice the songs in their new Sun day school song books. Misses Annie Hagee. Nora Col man, Maud Linam, Jessie Brack en, Claud Linum, Ethel Phillips, Estelle Li...

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. — 28 April 1911

A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. ' VOLUME 12. CARKI550J50. LINCOLN COUNTY, NICW MEXICO, APKIL 28, 1911. NUMBER 12 A Big Hit and a Big Crowd. If any doubt existed in the niuids of the Carrizozo people that histrionic talent is scarce in this town, it was dispelled last Friday evening when the Wo man's Home Mission Society gave a recital for the benefit of the Methodist church. The hall was crowed to its capacity and every one went home felling they had gotten their money's worth. It was one of the best entertain ments the town has seen, cacli number presented lacking noth ing1 of dash or laughter-inspiring features. There were too many who to.tk part for special mention individ ually, but Mrs. F. W. Whitting hatn as "dc nigger wid dc razor" capped the climax and put to shame many of the professional minstrel performers who belong to the Circuit. She, at least, 'must be given a blue mark. "The Sniggles Family," a burlesque in one act, came in for its well-merited ...

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