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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 9 October 1908

VI ' U11U IT EGRETS of tub secret Sjmige CMF W1LKIE TAJ& PtBLC iTO Hti (V70YC Tho only pull (tint cnn land a man In tho employ or tho United Status secret Rcrvlco In Hint of successfully passing tliu preliminary examination, submitting to n porsonnl lutorvlow with Chief Wllklo mill showing his norvo and nhlllty during a month ot tenting nut In tho renl business of de tective vork f Undo Snm. Hero Is tho civil sorvlco slip that tntiHt first ho filled out: "Sec. 70. Secret Sorvlce. Applica tion for pasltloiiH In tho secrnt norvlco of tho treasury department should for ward, nddrosBod to tho secretary of tho treasury and marked 'porsotial.' form 304, properly executed, and bucIi ovldenco ns to tholr experience, train ing, qualifications and personal char acteristics ns thoy may ho ahlo to ohtnln, without any rofereneo to their political or religious adulations, which may ho considered us proof of tholr fitness for employment In this Borv I co. This examination shall ho con fined to...

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. — 9 October 1908

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS I'ubllahedaver; VtAj t Cakkizozo - Nkw Mkxico. Kntrrnil n imwoiiiI otiun mnttor Jinm 13, IKH.nt llio ixoliilMrn nt Cnrrlxnto, New Moxlco. nnilcr tlio Act of Mntcli it, ID7V. ISO. A. II.VI.KY, Killloi. HOIWCllIlTION'hA'rHHi 3ns Your, ill Muntln, II.Mi 11.00 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For I'rcaldcnt of tlto United States. Wlt.MAM J. BKYAN. For V.-Pres. of the United States. John W. Khun. For Delegate to Congress. O. A. LAKKAZOI.O. Legislative Ticket. Yuu Council Htii DiimtiCTi- JOIIN Y. HKWITT. Km Kkwehkntativk IHth IHbtbioti JAM in W. MUI.IjINH, Iiu Hrimikhrntativk Itfru Dihtiukti ClIAItl.EH It. IIIIHIK. County Ticket. ForHliiTlfl- JOIIN l.'OI-U. ForTrnwtirer nml Collector JOHN M. I'I'.SKlKtU. For Anor- l'OIlKlltIO 01IAVI5Z, Fur l'rnbuln JiiiIko- MIIIN'AHUO HAIiAZAIl. For I'rulwta Cli rk- U II. DOW. KorBiliicrlDti'ililrnt if HtIiimiU JNO. A. IIAI.HV. Fur (,"ommlliini'r, Hwotnl DUtr let H01IT. II. TAYJ.OII. FortfoniinlMlmirr.Tlilnl DMrlct- 0. W. V1N(IF1I!I.1). For HutTejror...

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. — 9 October 1908

WBBmmm H Mil III II I M whereabouts of thesuT-ject f this sketch were unknown, mid many ! of his old a-quaintances believed 1 him Ioult since dead. ! William II. Weed was horn in j the state of New York about A SHRIOUS ACCIDENT. Chas. Peoples, of. the Peoples' Mercantile store, met with a ser ious accident on Monday ttiorn hity, which might have been a irront ili-.i I wnrii. A I'tor imeniilir ill t store, and while in the act of , eighty-live years ago. He mad., placing a loaded revolver on the 'the overland trip to California in Hliulf, the weapon fell from his early day, and his remiuis hand, the hammer striking the ccns'H V'"0, ,lil;s f(V",cL?tn, Jlo irand exploding a cartridge, entertaining topic when he cdUId Tne bullet entered his left lejr1 be induced to relate them. iWler about four Inches above the ankle,, he wc,u . 10 tllu P',nhan,,)S??f took an upward course, passing; 1 cxas l,lcn a buffalo country, through the fleshy part of the ' conducted a mercantile business limb and...

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. — 9 October 1908

I- r 1' 4,- 1 DELINQUENT TAX LIST Of LltKOW COUNTY. Amounts Over $33. And notice uf application to the District Court for judgment and sate Tor the jcar 1907. delinquent on June 1, 1908, with penalties and costs: TKItlUTORY OK NKW UKXICO, Count; of Lincoln. f D3' In accordance with chapter 22 of the laws of the Territory of New Mexico, 33rd legislative as sembly thereof, I, the undersign ed treasurer and ex-officio collect or of the county of Lincoln in the territory of New Mexico, do here by make, certify and publish the following notice and delinquent taxes amounting to not lees than $25 with penalties and costs thereen, which became delinquent on the first day of June, 1908, the same being hereinafter set forth, and containing the names of all the owners of all the property on which taxes are delinquent, the description of property on which the same are due, the amount of taxes, penalties and costs due thereon and the amount of taxes due on perseaal property. And notice is hereby...

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. — 9 October 1908

I Antlnnlo litifflro f feet aeo 17 Ip8 tU 10u tax 1 0.1 pen at ihmim in w t 2.1 lit 8 M inn 42 eou SI . . V 11 J P Mmhuwin r nwl tint tec M lp 1 r l tax 20 33 pen I 01 oimU 20 , . iMM delimit llnbl lili Ux K pen 21 '! 3 , rlw.-el Hprlng 15" r e l nwl ei awl wl eit:li tp8 r Id I) no Im 13 a mn 78 """Jjj J Precinct 4 I Mm lliilrtw Nnmbrra de AnalU r frno ti(4 act aeo tp II r IUI7 113 ae tax 830 n li ClMl .1) , li I Aittnnlci Mnllnn f lalleiiii r e n! tel ee M li 10 ' I8 80n-lx HI II iun.Viewt 1081 J M Liiidley reaSteineoiK) lll r IB HUao tax l4l.lixiiir.lBiiili.2U IV M H i Li I IU lull -'I oontn 31 ll Henry V 0innn I mo mil lot I2lilk8uiipt to nrmya Soft lot I Jlilktil lot.il 4 lilk 19 Wnlto (Ink. tax IUW pen 31 rinlW , , 12 07 Vrnk W Parker lot 0 title li While 0ki O P tax 8 in (if n II ndr III It 70 Mm li W Parker Inl I 2 aeciM IpO r li I J :um it Iax 8 77 mil4.lnde2i . , , V 40 J II I'nrknr nil I 2 lilk 13 lot 1 1 kllil lot 3 3 blk :il lot :l I.U 33 Int I 57 WhltaOak lull Intn nt N...

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. — 9 October 1908

-: "' ." ' " ' " 'I'" 1 ... i ii ..iim Tllli CIRCUS WAS HERB. The much advertised circus has come and gone, bringing' large crowds from all parts of the county to Carrizozo, and tak ing large sums of money away with it. The hhow was fair, yet the prices were high. A stick of candy for the babies cost five cents, while u placard bear ing the legend, "Andrews and Statehood, ' with an admonition tacked to its tail to "vote the straight republican county tick et," is said to have cost live dol lars cash. The interest on the remainder, which will be hc.ivy, is due on the third of November, and the presence of large num bers of Iiryan and Larrazolo but tons makes it certain that the people will foreclose onthatdutc. fore he was disarmed. Hemphill left town immediately after the attack and his whereabouts only ascertained last week, which led to his arrest with the result staled above. BUSINESS NOTICES. ANNUAL SESSION K. 01' P. The grand lodge Knights of Pythias, of New Mexico, held their ...

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. — 9 October 1908

w u W Vu O O New School Books As per List adopted by the Territorial Board of Education. 73 w o a 'y w H O O P i H W o a h Barbed Wire. Sash Doors, Glass, Paints and Oils, l STOVES. WINDOW GLASS. McCALL'S PATTERNS. We Buy Mohair, WELCH & TIT5W0RTH. C A PIT AN. i i 5r Mr. and Mrs. V. C. McDonald returned Saturday' from Kansas City and Denver. Horn A baby girl, Tuesday night, to Mr. and Mrs. Hubert II. Taylor. Modesto Chavez, after a week at the Albuquerque fair, returned to his Picacho home Wednesday. George Rosllngton returned Sunday from San Francisco where he has been the past mouth. W. D. Gray left Thursday for Kansas City, in charge of a train load of cattle lor the Bar W's. Frank 13vans was over from Eagle Creek Wednesday, and re maiued over lor the show next day. W. 13. Kimbrcll, probate clerk, accompanied by his family, came up from Lincoln to attend tne circus Thursday. Howard Hall, Edward C. Pfingstctt and Joint A. Haley re turned Tuesday morning from Albuquerque. W. M....

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. — 9 October 1908

Garrizozo News ( CAIMUZOZOH NEW MEXICO, Wild Birds and Millinery. Tho Hrltlsh porllainont will probably not pass Lord Avobury'a bill for the protection of wild birds, although tho Iioiibo of lords has pnssod It to a sec ond reading. Tliero Is gcncrnl agree ment oa to tho need of action and as to tho purposo of tho bill; but doubt Is cjprcBsod whether tho proposed moss tiro Is wisely devised. Tho bill pro hibits tho Importation Into tho United Kingdom, for tho purposo of salo or exchnngo, or (ho plumose, skin or body of any wild bird excopt ostriches, cldor ducks and wild 'fowl used for food. Specimens may bo gnthorod for museums, but only under special II- conso; and penalties of flvo pounds for a first offonso and JC25 for subsequent offenses nro provided. To American travelers In Euglnnd tho situation Is not so startling as It appears, says tho Youths' Companion, for out of consld oration for tho tastes of foreigners It Is provided In tho bill that parts of birds not Included in t...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 9 October 1908

IN THE LIMELIGHT OPPOSITION TO NEGRO Wllllnm II. Lewis Is to lie nppolnted assist nut nttornoygenornl of the United Stolon, no cording I" tlio unofficial statement that 1ms reached tliat department In Washington, ami tlio news linn created something of n tempest In ofllcliil circles. Washington Is pretty nearly n Hoiiihern oily, nnywny, and a great shiiro of Its population In mndo up of former office-holders from southern states who liavo been loath to tear themselves away from the national city whim tholr official salaries stopped. Moreover, many of tho present office-holders nro men of southern birth nnd Ideas, Mr. Lewis Is thoroughly qualified for tho otilre. At present ho Is assistant United Stntes attorney for tho eastern district of Massachu setts, where do has mndo a good record. Hit Is Harvard graduate, nnd on tho footbnll team during his collego days made a record which Massachusetts devotees of tho gridiron game still recall with pleasure, Horn of slavo parent h In Virgini...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 9 October 1908

COUNTY COA1A1ISSIONHRS. (Cnnllnuwl from ttmt !.) Ilolit A llnrt ftMcKMir'i com 'ii 'M I'urflriu t'lmtcn ' VI M H)l (I AiKlermm taUt? miit gva reboot lul (i) " Imliilnir nurr ilUU " V2M Tho following I'llL m.nlnt tho wltil luiimul bounty (mid wrtiimlnoil And approved I amount approved Allowed JFBIaek tuiu $tm J W McKarlantl 70 Ul 1 'JO lUinnrloTruJIIIo 20 Ul :il Jacktllfghoru Mill) & III K Lacey l Ul H W Ituy 0 Jsoulm 3) Ul II Ul KOLmltli II Ul IIU TU Jacob 34 UU & 10 J It lVrry iwui IUD0 MorrJIMu l'mlllln 2 Ul ml 11 V 1 1 or r In 42liO Hill (!lll))cr JUI MID l!nlnilri llaiuu4 DIUI 12 ft Mnnuel Htilllln UK) :) Cnrl FIhor I Ul 1.1 John W Font a J ID :iuj Mnuusl Hllm I W IS A liHInok IHTUUnll'd UtUI Id 111 JIU " m Ul " IIWIII 111 Ml J A Nomina a) Ul :l uo Uwlllnilo (Urdu I Ul 1 IIKdrllflii IWUO IBM MUHIack 102 Ul 24 ;m IIKdrltlia ;wiuu JMllarkey tw M JUl'urkor aim nuj There unt being nulllcleut In (bo abora f imtl lo ly tho aboru amount Id full, tlio umo are prorntoil anil Hd I...

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. — 16 October 1908

1 CARRIZOZO NEWS. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME ). CARRIZOZO. LINCOLN COUNTY. NEW MEXICO. OCTOBER 16. t'J()8. NUMBER 32 NOT SO COCKSURE. The Washington Star, the leading republican paper at the national capital, atknowedges that the presidential rare is Home what in doubt, and that if Mr. Roosevelt does not rally his friends Mr. Taft may meet with defeat. Its deductions are drawn from observant republicans, and the following is a sample: "The way the campaign ap pears to some of the republican observers here is this.: "They feel that the sober sec oud thought of a majority of the people will decide in favor of Taft as agaiust Bryan. They can not bring themselves to be lieve that the country is ready to take the radical swing which in dorsement of Bryan would mean. They cannot see how the exist ing tremendous republican ma jorities can be swept away. "Now, despite that feeling, that near-conviction, they are confronted with a number of practical conditi...

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. — 16 October 1908

HOW TO EAT FRUIT SUGGESTIONS FOR THOSE WHO WOULD AVOID FATNESS. Mott Froih Vegetable! Alio Are Fleitv Making Uie Neither Sugar Nor Cream with Fruits In the Least Acid. The summer Is a bad season for Women who aro Inclined to grow stout, for almost all fresh vegetables aro flcshmaklng; so, too, aro many of tho frcsb fruits. What makes tbo sit uatlon moro difficult for fleshy per sons Is tho fact that both of these articles of diet aro excellent for tbo complexion and tbo blood, and thoro foro should not bo ollmlnatod from the dally menu. As suggestions of how to cat fruit without increasing weight, try tho fol lowing: Peaches aro among tho moat dcalrablo food, being nourishing and thirst quenching. Thoy may bo eaten In great quantity and will liavo little affect upon tho flesh unless sugar is taken with them. Cream should never bo used in combination with thorn or any other fruit which is in tho least acid, becauso it curdles, making a formentntlon that renders digestion difficult or...

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. — 16 October 1908

How Hammer of Death Struck James. Tho old pnrlsh church pf Plumstoad, which hns JiihI boon reopened, Is prob ably at least 1,000 years old. Tho pic turosquo churchyard, n chorlshod haunt of tho poet IHoomdold iVurlng lila vlnlts to Shootor's Hill, contnlnB a dollghtfully cliolco "dornngomont of opItnpliB," Ono of thoao, on "Mnster James Darling, ngod tun," tenches a lesson of moderation during tho pres ent cherry season to tho youth of othor places besides I'lumstcnd. Bponklng from his tombstono, Master Darling oxclnlms: "Tno hnintncr of Death wn Rive to mt For eating' the cherries oft tha tree." Very Temptlno. A man was brought hoforo a justice of tho pcaco chnrgod with tho offonso of kissing n young woman "by forco and vlolonco, and against hor will." Tho young lady, who wns very hand lomo, gnvo her testimony In n modost ind straightforward tnnnnor, nftor which his lienor gnvo tho following do clslon: "Tho court In this enso sym pathizes with tho dcfcmlnnt, nnd wilt thoroforo dlsc...

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. — 16 October 1908

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS I'ulillnheit nvery Krlilay at Cakkizozo Nhw Micxico. HnliT'! iw imtiiiiiI clnm timttnr .Iiiiik 12, ll'H.nt tlm 1-Iilllrn ii Cnrrlr.inii, Nnw .Mnilisi, under On, Act of Jlmchil, V,V, I SO, A. IIAI.HV. I'.illlur. UUIIBCIIIITION I.ATICHi !)n Yi-nr, Mi Boutin, I.M It.UU DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For President of the United State. William J. Hkvan. For V.-Prcs. of the United Stated. John W. Khun. l:or Delegate to CmigrcM, O. A. IAHHAZOLO. Legislative Ticket. I'wc Council Htm DlNTlilirri JOHN Y. iii'.wirr. Witt llr.l'IIHHf.XTATIVK 18 r II lllflTllHJTI JAMIM V. MULLINH. IPOU ItKI-IIKMKNTATIVIC IHT1I DlHTIIIOTI UIIAHMW II. 1IKI0H. County Ticket. Cor Blirrln- JOIIN UOLIL lWTrwwnrer nwl tNrtlMtitr JOHN M. t'HNI'IKUJ. Fur A"ir- 1'OIIFIIIIO rllAVIK. For I'mlmtn Jildu IIHIINAIIIX) riAU,Alt. IVir I'mlmln (llcrk- u ii. now. I'lirriuiH-rlnlHiilcnt n( HotuMiln JNO. A IIAIiHV. l'nr (.'mimllnniT. Second DUtrtct HOirr. II. TAYLOII. 1'cir Coininl.idnner, Third DUtriet l. W. WINOI'll'.Ll). I'...

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. — 16 October 1908

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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. — 16 October 1908

OSCURA NOTES. convenient plan of answering, I adopt it for the present, by the kindness of the editor. Some one has very kindly plac J. VlCd wards made :i trip to Carrizozo Monday. L,ce Chaseurrivcd Sunday night c( n fcw dollars to nv credit in from a visit to Chicago. j the Exchange Hank, Carrizozo. Dr. Alex McCalluin has re-' Will say any others who arc una turned after a visit of two months , hie to sec me, and want to make in Chicago. I a contribution may do likewise. IS. G. KalTerty, manager of the , My address will he White Oaks, Oscura towtisite, arrived last ; N. M., for the winter, week from Chicago. Thanking all for their kindness Harry Wolf spent a couple of everything done, dnvH in 151 Pa an tlin n.-mt wcoVr. 1 Yours sincerely, M. T. Dvit. Tom WcDonald, a cowman of the San Andres country, was in Carrizozo this week, delivering a hunch of cattle for shipment. Mr. McDonald has ordered pip ing, which he will lay for a dis tance of four miles, in order to on business for J. ...

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. — 16 October 1908

R. A. Johnson, W. F. Bing ham, Gordon G?ay, R. Irmingcr and grandson brought a hunch of cattle over from Capitan yester day. Yearlings, two-year old steers and cows constituted the hunch. The cattle were loaded on the cars today and will he shipped to Kansas City. W, M. Ferguson was down from thcNogal Mesa Wednesday, with 2,51)0 pounds of heans, about half the product from 3 acres of ground. The productive qual ity of beans and the high prices they bring make them one of the most profitable of crops. Mr. Ferguson hones to realize about SM) per acre on his bean crop. L)r. J. W. Laws returned from Washington last Sunday, and went to his home at Lincoln the following dav. The doctor had been at Washington to attend the International Tuberculosis Con irress. where he met. and heard some of the most eminent mcdi cut scientists of the age. The next meeting of tills congress will be held in Koine, Italy. B. F. Gumm was up from Three Kivers country several days la week, returning Monday. 'D...

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. — 16 October 1908

DELINQUENT TAX LIST OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Amounts Over $25. A iil notice of application to the District Court Tor judgment and .sale for the year l'J()7, delinquent on June 1. i'JUS, with penalties and costs: TIIKUiTilHVOP NKW MKXICO. uj Cnnniy nf Lincoln. (" In accordance with chapter 22 of the laws of the Territory of New Mexico, 33rd legislative as sembly thereof, I, the undersign ed treasurer and ex-oflicio collect or of the county of Lincoln in the territory of New Mexico, do here by make, certify and publish the following notice and delinquent taxes amounting to not lees than S25 with penalties and costs thereon, which became delinquent on the first day of June, l'JOS, the same being hereinafter set forth, and containing the names of all the owners of all the property on which taxes arc delinquent, the description of property on which the same are due, the amount of taxes, penalties and costs due thereon and the amount of taxes due on personal property. And notice is hereby given...

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. — 16 October 1908

mm , J Si . 'Welch & Titsworth w u V. fa. 73 W o M 73 73 H O 73 o 73 (- a H 73 New School Books As per fviat adopted by the Territorial Hoard of lSducallou. Barbed Wire. Sash Doors Glass, Paints and Oils. STOVES APPLE BOXES. WINDOW GLASS. McCALL'S PATTERNS. We Buy Mohair. WELCH & TITSWORTH. CAPITAN. o Fresh ranch eggs wanted at the Crrizozo ment murkct. W. U. I?owls. T. C. Jacobs, a rauchtiian north of the Capitaus, was in Carrizozo Monday. W. M. Kelly and wife visited relatives and friauds at Capitun this week. Mr. and Mrs. M. Coder enter tained n few friands at cards, lust Tuesday night. Attorney II. H, I la mil ton , of Lincoln, came up last night and 5s in town today. V. R. White and wife wore down from the Noga' Msa a couple days this wuulc. Andy Mayes was in Tuesday from his rnnch boyoud the Mnl Pais, buying supplies front our Merchants. V. K. Bentv, county surveyor, whoso residence ! nl Corona, was in CnrriiKMM) ytmlrdy, on ode in 1 business. George TUofp, n feMilt of...

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. — 16 October 1908

t 4 Garrizozo News CAltltl.OZO, NEW MI3XIC0. Tho glnnt bocs of India build combi 18 foot high. Tho caso of Castro proves that b somotlmos pnys to bo lltllo. If spocuintlon woro to bo entirely abolished tho buying of cantnloupoB would cease. Mr. Edison linn $2G,000.000, but what good docs it do him wlillo ho works 10 hours a day? Tho king of Sorvla wants his sons married to American holrcsscs beforo ho Is doposod. How can tho Sick Man of Europo show anything but tho fuoblost kind of a constitution? Spcod maniacs occasionally kill thomsolvos, but olhorwlso thoy gener ally go unpunished. Tho apple orchards look as If elder vlnognr might llvo up to Its nnmo for awhile, after next fall. Twonty-flvo women lay dologntes at tonded tho general Methodist Epis copal conference In Hnltlmoro. A man has been discovered In Now Jorscy who Is Imniuuo from tho blto of a mad dog. How does ho stand on mosquitoes? Mrs. Hetty Green has quit hotel Ufa "bocnuso sho lias to wear too many clothes." Whore's s...

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