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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 4 August 1911

CARRIZOZO NEWS OATUUZOZO NEW MEXICO MAN WITHOUT A PAIN. Hurrah for tho man without n pain I It he le not tho Bait of tho earth, then tho earth must surely remain unsnlt ed. Ho foeU no inward burning uo uosslty of breaking into newspapers with constant declarations aa to tho badness of men and things. Ho Is not full of suppressed resolutions as to tho wickedness of ovorybody else, says tho Chicago Intor-Occan. Ho has no spe cial yearning to ascend Chautuuqua platforms and feed full the listening throngs with all tho horrors of exist ence In privato llfo ho Is tho cltl sen who looks., nftcr IiIb family, who Is regarded as a good neighbor and who gains and deserves tho respect of all thoso who know him. In tho busi ness world ho Is tho man who does his work without a lot of nolsoand wasted motion and thereby earns tho grntl tudo of his associates or employers. In public life he Is tho man who sees that the business of government gets attended to and leaves to louder states men the hono...

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. — 4 August 1911

Good Chewera. Thtit common cowh are very wIbo I've nlways understood. Thoy know onough to Flotohorlzo Tholr daily food. Should Have Appealed to Andy. Harduppo You ndvertlse that you will buy hooka. What'll you glvo mo for thlfl ono? . Dealer nut wo want nothing loss than a wholo library. Harduppo Well, this la my whole library. Unfailing Source. .Too Miller was compiling his jest book. "For postorlty In general," ho ox plained, with a wink, "and for London Tlt-Blts In particular." Evon Joe Miller, as wo see, had a soiibo of humor. To Meet an Emergency. Madam have you any old clothes to glvo away?" "I havo n Biilt belonging to my hus band, but I fear It Ts too big for you." "Oh! that will bo all right. You Just Rot mo out a squaro meal and watch mo eat onough so that I can fill it." Modesty. Robinson (of the city) "What a modest man Mnddox-Jones Is! I've known him for years and never know till ho told mo just now that ho ex hibits at tho Royal Academy. Burne-Brown (of Chelsea) Ho nov...

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. — 4 August 1911

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS PiifollHlioil nvory I'rhlny t Cakki'07.o - Nnw Mux ico Hull!! Oil ua hucoiiiI nlww multor .hitin 11HIS, lit ttiQ lfDHtnlllau ut (liirrtzfiv.o, .Now Muxlun, nndnr ttanatnf Muralta, I87U. BUIlHriMI'TION ItATIW OliuYeiir - 4 1.M Six Months (by mull) - $I.W J NO. A. HAIjUY, HlllTOIl With or Without. The announcement has gone forlli that the president will veto the Flood resolution, because of a provision therein giving the peo ple of New Mexico a chance to vote on an easier amendment and the people of Arizona a chance to eliminate the recall in their constitution. On the other hand, the prcsidctit is credited with savintr that he will approve the Nelson substitute, which provides for the admission of New Mexico under the constitution adopted by the people, and the admission of Arizona with the recall strick en out. We arc not so much interested in Arizona, but simple justice de mauds that if New Mexico goes in on her constitution, and she should, Arizona should be giv...

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. — 4 August 1911

; Carrizozo nEW-Sm 'inia ;iipi mi rery fri.lny iu TtlOf! VWfO OdlltJfl t"0 itWtlil1tri Oftjitittaoido - tfitw Mnxico libit wocly to piny in ft rour-tlay 1 bnll ioutMirittietii. Bennett Ditij- t (!rrinM., 8w Jfiito... itminr i Wfttl hnu n bum nilltle, received M.n.h-. i ljf l1ie AlnJI10g01,lo gimu nflny, uiwohiptiun IMTIM- ! and will probably be unable to ln Year Bll Month (by ranll) Hill! I''11? l'nc tfnmt' n snu lionlel be JNO. A. IlAblSY. i played. ltwrunl Guihm find Phillitw have re- ' ' ceived the chmuimt and n large ADDITIONAL LOCAL. pttinp for their new well west of J, R. Humphrey hits cloned out 111,11 Pis' Tlu'' exPucl 10 ,n hh jewelry business mid will leave w op UTVWOTM IVA oam -wtw HSlotnm nfid Ri tines. '. B. TAYLOR & 80HS oon for Banning, California. The past ten days have gone by without rain, and vcgatation of all kinds is beginning to need moisture. innd in the new iMetliodint church Sunday. The attendance better than usual. That Tularosn bunch at Ala mogordo Sun...

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. — 4 August 1911

I ' , ' V". .jk ... ...VI. Looks Like lood Resolution. I W. C. McDonald, cliairniiin of1 the territorial democratic central committee; returned yesterday from the east. While absent he visited the national capital, and looked over the statehood situa tion, lie feels that next Tues day the Flood resolution will go j standing losses throuirh the senate, with nosMblv Reserve for Taxes American Central (Fire) Insurance Company. Saint Louts, Mo. STATKMKNT, JANUAKV 1st., 191 1. Capital Stock, $2,000,000.00 Premium Reserve 2,393,061.95 Reserve for out- 2S9.971.59 some minor amendments. What the president will do when the matter reaches him is only a mat ter of conjecture, but those fel lows who have so readily secured the car of the president and an nounce that he will veto the reso lution are drawing largely on their imagination. It seems quite certain, Mr. McDonald thinks, that the president will be given the chance veto or sign. The Nelson substitute has little show. Lincoln County Good...

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. — 4 August 1911

r JlfOCAL NEWS tL . ... . Aititft Mstitiu Coonm wiifi down -i- - - ruin uciio mommy. 4Wtfrney Hudspeth was down from White Oaks Monday. T. W. Henley, the farmer-post- hriit Matthews was up Tues-1 mf lur .r ,N(,':11' ,H8, l,"vvn Sul" llliv ffmn Hip IX much. umay w.iu a miw iuuu ui vBeui- IX. IS. and M. T. Keller were ilFE 3 E3 E3E 3E bles. Mrs f-iiit Irtliii I.nrt itn& iIiihmi f mm ' , , r i with relatives here and wnitc Quits ine nrsi iwo nays 01 to Kobt. Bourne returned her home at Duran, after a visit till is week. Waller Weed was up from 1CI Paso last week, looking after his homestead at Polly. Mist? Minnie Fitehit left for her .hoiim.at Alainogordo, after a two liiouths' visit with her sister, Mrs Nally. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Owen i and daughter, Keatha, visited here this week, from their home OtiSt of Corona. Allan Johnson was over yes terday to meet 1 D. South worth and family, who were returning froiii Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Gurney have returned to 131 Paso from th...

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. — 4 August 1911

rfmmJgKmtKKKLmjRbmmm HlSlS the merry throngof palate pleaiedmen HCnRj XHHHHHHHHHBHHBIIHHHHflHHHHHHBBHHHIBHHiHi KKfl and nomen who hare quit seeking for AMpNHfjigB rwvvvvwvvvvwvwvvN. wswww-x sx- . HH the one bett beverage becauM they'vt NBJflfeM Frame New Rules for Federal Courts U n" tBei ' MfeP&fcvfedi CLEANING ention rather than expediting causes. II M RM,a!rfactioflbmryg!M-aPndiPirkie-virn I 7" qwa long Binco boon displaced In the lfing- 111 gc Evmryivhtrm ft 'Th.Tfttth 3j' C'' P Arrow think II About Cocs-CoU" gggg00l oCo.Col lj V. WASHINGTON. Chief Justice Whlto of the United States Supremo court haB nppolnled a commit tee to rovlBo tho rules of equity prac tice In tho United States courtB. The committee 1b composed of hlmsolf, Jus tices Lurton and Van Deventor, tho only members of the Supremo court who hnvo had experience on tho bench of the United Stntos circuit court, Jus tice Lurton slnco 1803 and Justico Van Devontcr slnco 1003. This movo Is tho initial step In a groat ...

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. — 4 August 1911

GREEN RYE FOR MILK COWS NEW SAFE FOR MILK BOTTLE Ingenious Apparatus That Is Destined to Balk Petty Thieves Opened Only With Key. It took two Michigan men to do vIbo tho milk bottlo safo shown hero, but betweon thorn thoy contrived a moat Ingenious apparatus that Is de stined to balk tho petty thieves that teal milk bottles from doorstops. ! , . :l 'r- 'I Mt'llMI 'U r UyU May Be Fed When It Heads Out and There Is More Nourishment In It at That Time. Green rye may b" fed as soon as It heads out; there 1b then tho most nourishment in tho stalkB. Cut when freo of dew. and let It wilt a few hours boforo feeding. Feed small quantities at first. A half forkful may bo given to each cow after the hay has beon eaten. When fed thuB tboro no danger of bloat or hovon. Tbe feeding of green food to cattlo should bo In tho hands of a careful man, and not given to boys or a careless hand. Attontion to this rule will frequently savo tho life of a -Me cow. Horses at work vhi A not bo given green feed...

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. — 4 August 1911
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. — 11 August 1911

& Carrt3030 IFlewe. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOfvUMIC 12. CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, AUGUST 11, 1911. NUMBER 28 FLOOD RESOLUTION PASSES THE SENATE. Statehoood went over the 7th, the date sei for the vote, because of a talk-lost in which the senate - engaged, but thu next day the Klootl resolution was adopted by a vole of 53 to 18. The Nelson substitute was tugloriously de feated. The resolution now goes back to the house for concurrence on some minor amendments, and it will be put right up to the president in a day or two Gloom, however, pervades the minds of all slatchooders, for the president positively declares that he will veto the resolution be cause the recall provision in the Arizona constitution w.as not eliminated. Members of both houses say they will be able to pass the resolution over the pres ident's veto. At any rate, if we do not now get statehood, the blame will be easily located. T. S. Anderson Dead Friday evening, at 6 o'...

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. — 11 August 1911

CARRIZOZO NEWS OARIUZOZO NEW MEXICO ALA8 FOR THE PETITE. Llko English women, French women are growing tailor at least, In Paris. Tho results of tlio "careful and uilnuto measurement of 2CG Parlslenncs, aged from twenty-ono to flfty-flvo years," tiavo been communicated to tho Acad emy of Sciences, says tho Pall Mall Qazetto. It was found that tho avor ago height of tho Parisian woman has Increased from C foot G-100 Inches to 5 feet 1 23-100 lnchos. They nro taller by almost 1 InchcB than tho women of tho rest of Franco. At tho snmo tlmo wo aro told that In 1009 1,379 English mothers and daughters wero similarly measured, and tho results communicated thero. Tho averago height for tho mothers was found to bo G feet 84-100 Inches, and for tho daughters 6 feet 2 2-5 Inches. EngllBh women had thus grown Just ovor 1 Inches In a generation. Whether tho 2CG Parisians measured wero mothers or daughters, or both, Is not stated. Tho only conclusion to bo derived from tho statistics In this conn...

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. — 11 August 1911

t L1- ' - . " a Spending a Million a Day on Roads WASHINGTON. -Ono million dol lnrs a dny 1b tho record that will bo cfltabllshcd throughout tho United Statos us tho expenditure for Im proving nnd mnlntalnlng public roads. Never boforo In tho history of tho country hns thoro been such Interest In tho Improvement of highways, nnd with tho legislatures of the sfntoa ap propriating millions of dollnrB for this purposo, tho good roads move ment has received Its greatest Im petus slnco tho foundation of tho ro public. Tho money that will bo expended on tho roads of this country during tho next six months will bo more than evor beforo In tho same period or tlmo. In 1001 tho total expendi ture for tho construction and main taining of roads and bridges In tho United States amounted to about $80,000,000, but tho expenditure for this purposo In 1911 will aggregate., about $140,GD0,000. Exclusive or Sun dnyB nnd legal holidays, tho outlay for roads will amount to $1,000,000 a dny during tho pr...

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. — 11 August 1911

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS l'libliHlicit iivery I'rlilny nt Cakiuzozo - Niuv Mitxico Kntorutl n Hocmiil climrt mull rr .hum IV!, 11)03, nt tho poHtolilco nt Cnrrliozo, Now Mexico, litiilur tho not of March 3, 18711. BUIJHOHII'TION UATK8 Ono Ywir - . $I.M Blx Mouths (by until) - . $1.00 J NO. A. llALKY, Hi 1TOII Both Games Suudny. The Ahunogordo ball team will he up Sunday to meet the Car rizozo team on the local diamond. The Alamos will also play White Oaks the same day, one game to be played in the morning and the other in the afternoon. This no tice had to be changed this morn ing, just as we went to press, as arrangements had been made for a Saturday and a Sunday game; but Manager Hill, of the Alamos, has just phoned us that it will be impossible for him to get his team here for the Saturday game. Therefore, as the schedule calls for both games in one day, the price of admission, for each game, will be 35c. and 15c, instead of 50c. and 25c. Wins Prize. Thomas Fitzpatrick, the 14 year old...

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. — 11 August 1911

t . " . r ' tfABSTRACT OF COUNTY RECORDS. Notice for Publication Notice No. iHHtM Ai)lriitluii for Patent. United Hlnte Lund Olllrn, Itimwoll.Now Mn.v In.., Aim " It'll Nntli'H h Ii.ti'Ii) lv.'ii tluit tlm "California In iliiHlrlul Compim)', u corporation, by .luliii M. IVnllelil Itn Attorney in fui't, 1 1 iik imiilu applied. Hum for it United Slutcn initotit fur tin. I'llUliurtf linn Lode inlnliiit cliilm. nlhiiito In I'.! Capltiiu inliiliiu illtitrlrt, liliiroln ('(ill nty, New Mexico, I'diinlKtliiu nf Kidtl llm-itr fi-t't of tlio vein. I.odn or ilf'iiimll, ImiirlliK uold, Silver. Iron mill other valuable niiiicnile, mill Hiufnrii uintiud 545 (aver line) fi'ul wiili., liniiiK lot No.-, mid described In tin. flohl-i otiio mill plat of (hi. oIIIrIiiI mirvoy on lllii In till olllcii. wltli imimmtio Mirliitlnii iiiiik- lim from liiiiiii' K. to II -4I I5,iik follow! Ho. cIiiiiIiik nt for. No, I A llmi'Htiiiiii 'JlxS.Vl lim. rtt 12 III", in tllu urotillil witll u lilimiiil of Atone, cIi...

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. — 11 August 1911

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS t'ulillHliud ovcry 1'rlduy nl Gakkizo.o - Nitw Mhxico 'nturtil a h nucouiI nlimi mutter Jumi 12, IWi, lit tlii poHtnlllcu ut Ourrtaitzo, Nnw Mexico, iiiiilur uctof Mtirolin, 1H70, SUHHOIIIl'TION KATUN1 Ulip Year .... Six Mont tin (by until) - J I. Ml 1.00 J NO. A. HAIjUY. Kurron Land Contest The government is contesting1 the final proof of Porfirio Chavez io his homestead, near Lincoln, and the evidence was taken bc forc A. H. Harvey, U. S. Com missioner, Wednesday and Thurs day. Attorney Barber of Lincoln, represented the claimant and At torney moore, of Santa Fe, look ed after the interest of the gov ernment. The witnesses present were: Samuel Fanner Ginobc bo Gricgo, B. J. 'Baca and W. II . Sevier, of Lincoln; Robt. Hurt and Clement Hightowcr of Capi tan and Jose Lopez, ISichcl. Mother with twelve years old son, desires a position as house keeper on a ranch or stock farm. Can furnish reference as to char acters. Address, Mrs. Lorina Artmau SV) S. Glenn. Wichita...

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. — 11 August 1911

LOCAL NEWS Attorney II. 13. Hamilton went to Lincoln tli is week, to look after the interest of some clients. NVsiuk Canning returned Wed nesday from an outiur at Cloud croft. Me reports a delightful time at the Roof Garden, where lound iriu,iy morning j re 'seuro. The dead man 8 c old, and there were no II n 1 1 i linil v in Siwltrutf II he met a number of his college friends. Mrs. Silas May and children came down Wednesday morning from Tucuuicari, and went out to Nogal the same' daw Mrs. May goes to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Amos liaker. l IB. La coy and family, ac companied by Mr. Laccy's sisters, who are visiting his family, left Monday morning for the Ruidoso. They expect to be away ten days or two weeks, during which time they will angle for the elusive mountain trout. Mr. and Mrs. L. R.Lamayand children, accompanied by Fred Ferguson, Mrs. Lamay's brother, iinucptl HirMinrli Mninlnv rtiiMttt n w i uiiirusa, i ney expeci u do absent some weeks, scekintr a lower altitude f...

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. — 11 August 1911

.AND wE SMALL PISTOL LIGHTS GAS When Trigger Is Pulled Rod of Flint Emerges and 8parks Fly Won't Burn Woodwork. An Invention bo spoctnculnr In nn ttiro (IB to Boom nlnioRt a trick la the pistol-lighter devised by n Now Jer Boy ninn. By pulling tho trlggor or this pistol n series of sparks lly out of tho muzzle and Ignlto tho gas from wall Jot, kitchen rnngo or au- i 1 New Gns Lighter. tomobllo Inmp, ns tho ense mny bo. In tho barrel of tho pistol 1h a rod of flint. Penotratlng tho Imrrol 'nenr tho open end Is n stool cap. The pulling of tho trigger shoots the Hint forth as It scratches beneath tho steel a Bhower of sparks shoot out that havo power to Ignlto gas, but die so quickly that thoy would not burn woodwork or hangings or Ignlto any thing less luflaniinable than gas. liy pressing the plungor In front or the trlggor the pistol Is reloaded for an other charge. As the sparks grow fewer by ubo of tho Implement tho steel cap can bo screwed tighter and tho flint turned tr offer n f...

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. — 11 August 1911

4., Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures all blood humors, all eruptions, clears the complex ion, creates an appetite, aids digestion, relieves that tired feeling, gives vigor and vim. Get it today In uimal liquid form or chocolated tablets called Sarsatabs. NO CHANCE TO COMMIT SUICIDE. LITTII CNIS HOW TO MAKE A SAIL WAGON ! ,T6fllcer, thcro Is a man In that flat who la trying to cut hla throat." 5, "Don't worry about It; thoro Isn't room for him to do It." . Heathen Nations Invent Nothing. Bishop Thoburn, who lma boon a missionary in India for fifty years, and knowB India better than any other living American, says: "If you visit the patent ofllco at Washington, you will see six hundred improvements on the plow. Indlu has not invented one improvement on tho toothpick in two thousand years. Tho nations without God have no lnvontlvo faculty. They aro almost universally tho savage, un enlightened nationB of tho earth." gonlous boy as shown In Fig. 3. A hub is mado from a round block of wood, as ...

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. — 11 August 1911

Notice for Publication. ' Notlco Nn. 025W3 Ullill'llHllltCHl-llllllOillcrt, lloswcll, Now Mexico, AuKtinl 7, 11)11. Notice Is hereby ijlvoti Hint the "Ciilifomin Industrial Ciiiiiiiiiiiy," it corporation, lijr John H. rvnliold, It h Attorney In fact, Iiiih iniiiln up tillcntion for ft United States imtent for thu (Irent Knstorn Iron Loilo mlnlnir clnlm, situate in HI (Inpltmi iiiiniiiK district. Lincoln county. New Moxlco, conKintlnK of IMK) linear fnut of the vein, lotln or deposit, henrinit Kold, sllrer. Iron and otliur vnlunblo mliicrnls, and siirfacoKround 000 (tivoraen) fuel widu. bolnir lot No. -, nnd de scribed in tlm Hold nntos nud plat of tlm olllcinl survey on file In this ollice, with maunctlo vari ation mnirltiK from 12 at) ' li. to Vi 50 ' K. in follows: lloxlnninu lit. cor. No. 1, a limostmia ilUxUxfi inn. In tlio ground with n nioiind of stono, chin. 1 o.l X 1-1411, wheuco tlm NIS location cor. bourn N. 72 8 12 12. 110 ft. dint. nllinoBtone sot in n raiiUiid of stonoi...

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. — 18 August 1911

" 4' , ' . . " ' 030 IRewe A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOIvUMIS 12. CARKIZ0550, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, AUGUST 18, 1911. NUM BISK 29 President Taft Vetoes the Flood Resolution. Tho Flood resolution, paving thu way for the admission ol Arizona and New Mexico, was vetoed hv President Taft, Tues- day, the 15th. The president sent a lony message to congress j the president a copy assiiriiitiir his reasous-for vetoinir airreed upon by the the resolution. The message ! mow, and the president said he To Pass New Resolution. Washington, D. C, Aug. 17. This afternoon it is declared: "It is all over but taking the vote to morrow." Senator Smith re turned this afternoon from the White IIoiiHe, where he showed of the bill senate and deals wholly with the recall pro vision in the Arizona constitu tion, The following paragraphs, selected from the veto messtigc, gyc a fair view of the president's objections to the recall: "If I sign this joint resolution, I do not see...

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