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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 21 July 1911

mm Ti'- V In' CARRIZOZO NEWS CARnrzozo NEW MEXICO ENCOUUAQINQ BRIGHT PUPILS. Paronto and educators everywhere will bo Interested lu tho experiment now being tried In tho Cincinnati public schools of establishing a class room for especially bright pupils, which would appear to bo tho logical accompanlmont of tho classroom for backward pupils. Tho proposition that it is as unfair to hold back tho apt or clover child In tho ranks of the modlocro as It Is to cpcod tho dull pupil to a paco ho cannot maintain appeals as reasonable and common sonso. It will bo argued with much force that tho system which makes provision for caring for tho backward pupil cannot bo Justlflod without pro vision is mado for accompanying tho noeds of thoso who can advanco moro rapidly than tho averago, says tho St. Paul Pioneer Press. Tho proposition simply provides for tho application to schooling of the plan, that Is. gen erally adopted and followed in tho business world, whero wngo scales, chancos of promoti...

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 July 1911

"1 .a 1 1 jlt U Best I Soup 8 Made Pare 1 If Good Convenient Evtf.t. i.' j n s l ihhv, ( htrkttn rSmin ij jr l.ihbv'i Vegetable Soud W Ml Ubby's Tomato Soup J FOR LIGHT LUNCHEON grocers. McNeill a fin T mh MrWm A). T.th CREATING ENVY. Bronson What do you find is the greatest plcasuro In living In tho country? Woodson Getting In town and tell ing people about tho cool breezes, whether there are any or not Nowadays. Grandmother And now would you like mo to tell you a story, dears? Advanced Child Oh, no, granny, not a story, please 1 Thoy'ro so stodgy and unconvincing and as out-of-date as tunes in music. We should much prefer an impressionist word picturo, or a subtlo character sketch Punch. COMES A TIME When Coffee 8hows What It Has Seen Dolna. "Of lato years coffee has disagreed with me' writes a matron from Rome, N. Y. "Its lightest punishment being to make me 'logy' and dizzy, and it seem ed to thicken up my blood, "Tho heaviest wob whon It upset my stomach completely, destroying ...

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 July 1911

arm vf.: i' THE CARRIZOZO NEWS l'nl)liHliol ovcry 1'rlilny at Cakkizozo - Nmv Mhxico Hnttirod an pocmul cIiwh miiltcr Jiiihi 12, 100S, nt tlio ixmtolllcu at Citrrizozo, Now Mexico, undue tlio net ufMiiroh 3. 18711. BUIIBOHIITION KATiCB: OnoYenr .... $.r.O Blx Montlib (br mall) - . fl.WI JNO. A. HALEY, lCr.iton COUHTING THE COST. Since the county seat light hus been prolonged over such a lengthy period, far beyond the expectations of any one, the peo ple have begun to count the cost, and, naturally, opinion has been divided as to the responsibility. That this should be so was to be expected; for a matter as of such importance as h.as confronted the people of Lincoln county the past two years must have two sides. In the beginning it was a fight between the towns of Lincoln and Carrizozo as to which would have the county scat; or, in other words, whether the county seat should remain at Lincoln or be removed to Carrizozo. A sufficient petition, praying for an election, was presented to...

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 July 1911

ft -1 :W To Vole August 7th. AjOUt three hours after the 1ftif llnd gone to the postoffi.-c Inst Friday, vc received a tclc grttiii from Washington stating thai 11 ii! senate had agreed to vote on the statehood resolution August 7th. Since that the press lias confirmed the report, with tno additional information that the house resolution is to be amended. This may mean 'de font, and certainly means delay; yei many profess to believe that the house will concur in almost any amendment the senate may choose to adopt. It may be true, but it rather appears more like a move to do nothing. Happiest Girl in Lincoln. A Lincoln, Neb., girl writes, "1 had been ailing for some time with chronic constipation and stOiuach trouble. I began taking Chamberlain's Stomach and Liv er Tablets and in three days I was able to be up and got better right along. I am the proudest iriri in jjiticoiu to una sucn a good medicine," For Sale by all dealers. Notice; All parties who wore indebted to The Carrizozo T...

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 July 1911

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS 1'ubllMhud every l'riilny nt Cakkizozo - NhV Mhxico' Illilcrud iv Hucoml oIiihh mutter Jumi I'J, IMS, nt tllt poMollleo M Carrizozo, New Moxloo, under tlio net of Match it, 1871). HUIIHOIUI'TION K.YTHfj: Olio Year .... Mi Months (by itmll) - - . $1.00 JKD. A. IIAIjHV, Hi. iron ADDITIONAL LOCAL. John II. Canning drove up to Nogal Tuesday to attend to some matters of business. Messrs. Phclphrey and Sherry were up from Alamogordo Satur day, and played with the "Out laws" against the Carrizozo ball team. Bcnncnt Dingwall and Gil Rob ertson went to Alamogordo last Sunday to play ball, and are happy over the fact that the Al amos were victorious over the 131 Pasos to the tune of 5 to 4. Lute Jennings was down from Parsons Tuesday. The Hoods have changed the face of nature in the mountains, Lute says, but in no manner so much as in ver dure the finest grass in fifteen years is the verdict. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stewart, parents of Mrs. W. E. Baskin, ar rived last Friday and...

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 July 1911

Garrizozo vs. Outlaws. 7 to o. The star game of the season was.played on the local grounds Inst Saturday afternoon, the eon; tvstants being the Carnzo.o ball team against a team picked by Jim Woodland, which bore the lUmidonyu of the "Outlays." The Outlaws" had some of the best players this county ever had, and they played ball, too. But while individual players were of the best, the team was handicapped by the fact that the team had never played together; but even tuuu tne "uutlaws" played re markable bull, and at one time til ft game looked like it was lost to them. They made an excellent start, coming first to the bat and scor ing twice, and it took the focal team a number of innings to over tiike them, which was liually ac complished, however, and at the eiitl of the seventh . inning the score stood 3 to 2 against the "Outlaws." In seventh the "Out laws" got in some safe hits and made an astonishing score of four runs, thus doubling that of the home team. Our boys failed to scor...

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 July 1911

An eagle can Hvo twenty-eight days without food, Tfto royal coach of England wa9 built ICO yerirs ago for tho coronation of Qeorgo III. and weighs thrco tons. To road ono of lits lovo lottors a ycfrr nftor ho wroto it Is beyond tho horolsra of any mnn. Hoaps of Htalo eggs would bo fronh If bo many peoplo weren't too mean to ubo thorn whllo thoy aro. Tho cnpltnl invented In German rail raods 1b about $00 an InhabUant, and about ?inc In tho Unltod States. A woman can mnUo an unfulfilled promlso go further townrd her happi ness than a man can an nccompllBhed fact toward his. A woman wnntB everybody to bo Hove all tho nice thlngB about her hus band that nho couldn't possibly make horaolf beltovo. When a man 1b trying to take a nap and tho files bother him ho can't got half as mad with thorn as ho can with hla wifo about It. Now York Press. .Next to having to. listen to tho nver ngo man toll a Joko tho most horrlblo torturo 1b to havo to lot him doscrlbo when ho mado a groat hit with It....

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 July 1911

FROCKS FOR THE GIRLS AQRREABLE VARIETY FOUND IN WREATH OF THIN MATERIALS. frttlest of Frao'lo Weaves Can Be Had Oheaply Beautiful Design for Costume for Dancing or Other Party Use. Tho month of roson Is horaldod by moro thin dross materials than ono has soon this many a yoar, and, with .laces appropriately dollcato, theso mako tho most attractive of drossy frocks for a young girl. Tho .wash material, so called, nmong theso filmy textllos Is not necessarily a thing for tho tub, for thin silks may bo usod upon thorn In somo way or other and til tho stylo of a costuino suggest tho careful touch of tho dry cleanor rather than tho rudo ono of tho laundress. But the prottlest of tho fragile weavos can bo had cheaply, and suitable trlm ralngs aro correspondingly Inexpen sive; so If tho gown is niado at homo thero Booms no great oxtravaganco in discarding it after it is too sotlod for uso. In fact, with an occasional press- ing, and scrupulous care, one of these .airy gowns can bo iniulo to...

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 July 1911

" Cenmisiioiiers te Meet. Carrizozo, N. M,, July 17, 1911. To All Whom It May Concern: . Any and all persons having business before the Board of County Commissioners of Lincoln County, New Mexico, either as a Board of County. Commissioners, or a County Board of Equaliza tion, arc hereby notified that the regular July, A. D. 1911, meeting of said Board of County Commis sioners, sitting as a Board of County Commissioners, and, also an a County Board of Equaliza tion, will be convened and held at Carrizozo, Lincoln County, New Mexico, on the 24th day of July, A. D. 1911, at 9 o'clock a. m. Board of County Commission ers, Lincoln County, New Mcx. By W. R. Wini Chairman. The Methodist Church. With the opening service next Sunday of the new Methodist chapel,' wc believe the dawn of a new era in Christian work in Carrizozo is at hand. Not only is the building itself an attractive addition to the town, but with greater facilities and renewed interest, it is the aim of the pastor and the off...

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 July 1911

mm?.- 'jKKv. 4 . ' Larr 13030 IRewa A Journal Devoted to the Interests' of Lincoln County. ! VOLUME 12. CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, JULY 28, 1911. . .... i :fpf NUMBER 25 COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS. UmcrcdiriKH of the Hon. Hoard of County (jh!lnlHloncM of Lincoln County, Now Mux'rn, . Iriilil nfc Cnrrl7.o7.it, Now Mexico, on thu 2 tl It. diijof July, IU11. tho nmo bollix nil adjourned inujttiuK nt tlir regular sesslou huld at Cnrrhozo, Nijw Mexico, July 17th., Hill. lfllKflK.NT. iliiii. W. It, WliltH, Chulrmun. It. H. Taylor, member, ii It. A. Ilurnli, Clins. A.Htuvons, HhorllT. J. O. Ki'ul, Work, lloiird convened us n board "of County Com. uiUimiiiorH. 'i'iiu fottowltiif butcher bonds wuro examined null unproved. A. T. Huberts, J. H. Fornnvult furtl Trur.t A Kelt. 'Hie following Ciinstublo bond wiu uxninlnod null npprovod. John 11. Itntrd iih Constublo pruuliict-ll. , Tli') pitllinu of C. Ii. Kennedy, M. D. Gueburii oUiUfor l Iib Jippi.ln tiitQtit of Johu Montojo lis Oon...

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. — 28 July 1911

if I -Ml. , . . To Tako for a Headache, "What do yon tako for a hoadacho? "Liquor, UiQ night before." Toledo Dlndo. Which Is Different. Lawyor (slightly denf) You Biiy your husband lntoly loft you a widow? Matronly Culler No, sir. I said ho loft mo for a widow! Chicago Trlb-uno. His Wish. IlQwltt Ilavo you heard Qruot'n creed? Jowott No. llowltt Ho says that ho cares not who builds tho alrBhlps of tho country If ho can only have charge of tho fun oralB of tho aviators. Now York Press. Traveling. Two mon weor out HHCoding up Con necticut way In a high-powered car. "What comotory Is UiIb wo nro pass ing through?" asked tho guest. "Gomotery?" ropoatod tho driver. "This isn't a comotory. Thoso whlto Rtonos you boo aro mile-posts." ban Francisco Chronicle. By the Harem Code. "Do you think I nm really your af finity?" Solomon's nine hundred and olghty-flfth wlfo asked, coquottlshly. "My dear," tho Wlscflt Guy Bald, "you aro ono In a thousand." Ho got away with It, too. Toledo Ulado. No Ey...

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. — 28 July 1911

,-- vy t Hoods Sarsapaiilla Eradicates scrofula and all other humors, cures all their effects, makes the blood rich and abundant, strengthens all the vital organs. Take it. Get it today in usual liquid form or chocolated tablets called Sarsatabs. IN ART CIRCLES. First ArtlBt How 1b ho as a sculp tor? Second Artist Oh 1 ho cuts qulto a figure Historic Event Celebrated. Australia rocontly commemorated tho ono hundred and forty-flrBt mini' versary of Captain Cook's grst land ing. It was in 1770 that H. M. S. En deavor, a barquo of 370 tons, ontorcd tho inlot first called Sting Rays Har bor, but afterwards Botany Hay, from tho boauty and variety of tho plants growing about its shore. Tho vessel remained eight days, and before she loft tho British flag was hoisted. As is tho custom on each recurring anni versary, tho flag was again unfurlod upon tho spot whoro it was first dis played, and was saluted by tho guns of tho warships in tho harbor. WANTED TO SLEEP Curious That a Tired Preacher...

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. — 28 July 1911

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS 1'ii1)1IhIi(m1 ovory Frlilny at Cakkizozo - Nnw Mkxioo ICnturci! (in oocontl olnHH mutter Jtino 1J, IUUS, at tlui ikmtotlicu nt Ourrlzozo, Now Muxicu, umlur thuact of Mnrnli it, 187D. BUIIBCHIPTION HiVTUS: Duo Ywir .... gl.&O Hlx Mouths (by mail) - . - 11.00 J NO. A. II ALKY, Kmtoii NEW MEXICO BANKS. Santa Fc, N. M July 24 A splendid showing for the territo rial bunks, not including- the na tional banks, is made by the an nual statement of their condition by Bank Examiner and Traveling' Auditor John Joerns. The rc sourscs exceed the seven million dollar mark and the gain in de posits in the past fiscal year is over half a million dollars. Here follows a summary of the state ment: - Resources. ' Loans on real estate, 818, 995.20. Loans on collateral security, $942081.12. Loans and discounts, $2,481, 375.70. Overdrafts, $55,375.68. United States bonds, $10,100. State, county and municipal bonds, $10,150. Bank slock, $0800. Other stock, bonds and securi ties, $19...

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. — 28 July 1911

Excursion to Alamogordo Sunday. Tliu 13. P. & S. W. Railway litie iiindc a rate of one fare, $2.35, for the round trip, Carrizozo to j,lnmogordo Sunday, on account of the ball game between Carri 9J!0 and Alamogordo, the game lo take place at Aiamogordo in tlia afternoon. A coach will be attached to a fast freight which will leave here Sunday morning' at nine ((J) o'clock and to reach Alamogordo before twelve. The aonoh will be attached to No. 2, on return, which will land the . oscursionists in Carrizozo Sunday night. at J:S0. Tke a day olT and swell the crowd. KcIley-McCnll. Miss Cora Kelley was united in marriage to Lemuel A, McCall Wednesday afternoon at the homo or the' bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mills JJ. Foreman, Rev. B.W. Allen performing the ceremony. A number of friends were present to wish the couple bon voyage. Many useful and beautiful pres ents were made by friends and all acquaintances join in best wishes. Mr. and Mrs. McCall will reside at their new home near t...

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. — 28 July 1911

1 c THE CARRIZOZO NEWS l'ubllHlieil iivuiy Friday tit (3AKKI2CU.U - Nkw Mkxico flfltOrttl iiBnocnml oIum mutter .limn 12, 11)08, ut tT0l08tq.Ulno ntdiirrlxozo, .Now MiixIcil utitlur tiiuiiut oTMiirtffm. 1870. 8UII801UPT10N KATH8; bno Vc-ur - - Sl.no 81 Moulin (by mall) - 81.00 ,m. A. II AIltY, Kmiou ADDITIONAL LOCAL. K. h. Ilust wus down Monday from Nogal, with a load of vege tables. Twins of the male gender were born to Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Davis, at Coyote, Tuesday night. The Carrizozo ball team will go to Alamogordo Sunday to play a game of ball with the Alamos. The Alamo team is to give us a return game the following Sun day. A frefght wreck at Vaughn last night, literally tore the track up and ditched six cars and de layed No. 1 until 1 o'clock this afternoon, making it about ten hours late. The past week has been more exciting than usual. Two ball games, and the returns from Tex as, one day dry, the next wet, kept a large part of our popula tion guessing; particularly those who ...

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. — 28 July 1911

I The Cockney e your feet'm bad' Let us put them "in right not been getting style, service and comfort in shoes that's bad. If you -4 LOCAL NEWS I i Robt. Young, an Oscuro ranch-1 cr, was in town Monday. ' Hurry kittle returned Monday ' from a short stay in 101 Paso. ! Judge G. 13. Greer came over Saturday from Honilo. VV. M. Reily returned Saturday morning from Arizona. Tom Johnson went over to the Little Creek country Tuesday. Fonroc Howard was over from Angus the early part of the week. Mrs. Robt. Bourne is down ( from Uuran this week, visiting i relatives. j Superintendent Morris was down from Tucumcari the early part of the week. i Miss Sallie Ililderbrandt left this morning for San Antonio, If VOU have i UXilH' w'lcre S'1U will visit until .. ' I OHnlwr. Conda Skinner and family came down from the Mesa this week, and spent several days with the "Old Folks at Home." Dean Sherry came up Sunday ' night from Alamogordo, and nlnvi'il Willi tlif P:i rri'rvn 1 1 ! have COrnS, bunions...

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. — 28 July 1911

CARRIZOZO NEWS OAIWIZOZO NEW MEXICO MOTOR CARS IN THE ALP8. Motorists who desire to Include tho moat picturesque pnrts of Switzer land in their itinerary havo run up against a dead wall of opposition on tho part of tho pcoplo of tho canton whloh contains tho finest Alpine Been ery, Including tho valley of tho Engn dine, tho Maloja lakes, tho famous re sorts of Morltz, Pontreslnn nnd Davos and tho passes of tho Splugon, Malo ja and Dcrnlna, says tho Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph. Tho question of admitting motor cars to tho Orisons was submitted to tho peoplo by reBou to tho Initiative, and tho result was a voto of absolute exclusion. This enmo to pass In splto of tho disposition of the federal authorities to encourago uutomobllo trafllo and tho actlvo work of tho Swiss Automobile club on the Bamo sldo. Tho peoplo, how over, woro unalterably hostllo for tho reason that tho Alpine roads are nar row and that, if motor cars woro ad mitted, tho use of thoso highways would bo fraught with ...

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. — 28 July 1911

II I I 1 TIMETABLE FOR COOK SCHEDULE THAT WILL BE FOUND U8EFUL IN KITCHEN. Gives tho Exact Time Required fir Baking, Boiling. Broiling and Fry ing Various Meats, Vegetables and Cereals. Time Required for Baking BoanB, unsoakod, 8 to 10 hours; beef, nlrloln, per pound, 8 to 10 mlnuton; bofo, rolled rib, por pound, 12 to 15 minutes; brend, brick loaf, 40 to GO minutes; bis cult, 10 to 20 minutes; cako, plain, 20 to 40 minutes; enko, sponge, 45 to 00 minutes; cookies, 10 to IB' minutes; custards, 15 to 20 minutes; duck, tamo, 40 to 60 minutes; fish, G to 8 pounds, 1 hour; gingerbread, 20 to 30 minutes; graham broad, 30 minutes; lamb, well done, per pound, 15 minutes; mutton, raro, per pound, 10 minutes; plo crust, 30 to 40 minutes; pork, well dono, por pound, 30 minutes; potatoes, 30 to 45 minutes; pudding, bread, rice and tapi oca, 1 hour; rolls, 10 to 15 minutes; turkoy, 10 pounds, 3 hours; veal, por pound, 20 minutes. Boiling Asparagus, 15 to 20 min utes; bass, por pound, 10 minutes...

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. — 28 July 1911

Ill no 2 no 4 Court 'I i 2U ;t."i 125 l! 10 2U M 76 7 :no 8u 270 05 COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS. (Continued from pagol.) county commissioners. Thti following I 1 1 1m wo-io examined nnd ap proved out of thu general county fiiml lOU'J: Mrs. IC. Long, hoarding prisoners $8 allowed f-a (Jenerul Comity 1U10 Jcbub Motitori wltussi fui'i 1 0 Niihtmi T. Horrorn, " 1 60 riiicliol llerwra " 1 60 Hon Wutmoro, abstract ot lands 15 00 II. A. Duran salary n county commissioner $200 Aragon Droit co Initial ot pauper ltobt Hurt express on tax roll M. (). PmlovT inodlo.il services Bulmou Moutiuio Inturprutor J. 1' Alfredo (louzalus wittiest fees "Jli'Inu Liussro iluputy sheriff foes 12. l Davidson, 3 U fooa It 75 allowed (or II 60 Thu Now Moxicnu printing co 10 Hi) is lnld over for luvostngntlon. W. II. Llowollyn salary us dint, attorney Oazottuor publishing co dlructory II. Horrlng D H foes 3U 60 Is rojeotod It. Lujmi J. 1'. fuos It. Lujau J. 1, " 2855 Is rejected Loo Onward D rJ foes 10 00 Is allo...

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. — 4 August 1911

1 Cat rt3030 1ReV6. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. V0LUM1S 12. CARimOBO. MNCOLN COUNTY, NIOW MEXICO, AUGUST 4, l'Jll. NUMIilfiR The Browns Win. Sunday morning at ') o'clock a hundred people left Carrizoxo to riUflomnriny tlie Carrizozo Browns IU Alainogonlo, with the hope animating every breast that the Ijfowus would return with victory lfflKi1l lltiittl 4 1i ll t it 1111 l 10 T ft ' (lllfn they wore not dmappoiuted, ")ot1nli for 1,1 "w,tl" 10 t,,u ;nvuiy iHiiiuu nun wuui iiuuiucie, Tnlarosa furnished a crew of live where nothing got away; and with such a combination how could the result be otherwise ? And fans ! the grand stand was packed full of them, aboutequal in number for both teams, but the fans for the Browns had 'cm skinned when it came to effective for the Browns appeared on the field with a strong, active, bait playing nine, and they iu,.yi? Drill frutn the beginning to the and of the irauii. For fear our ronders may think we arc prej udiced in the ...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
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