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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 18 August 1911

CARRIZOZO NEWS OARRIZOZO - NEW MEXICO RECREATIONS OF 8CIENCE. Tho appearanco of a book of up roarious humor by Stephen Lencock, profesoor of logic In a Canadian uni versity, calls attention once tnoro to humor aB a sutoty yalvo to a career devoted to tho mors Berlous things of life. It 1b a fact, not usually recog nized but easily bolloved, that minds which arq concerned with philosophy, mathematics, statistics, or other ab sorbing Intellectual pursuits And their recreation in something quite tho re verso of theso topics, says tho Chica go Tribune. Tho lato Sir Campbell Banncrman, tho British premier, found solace in reading innumerable French romances of tho most modern typo. "LowIb Carroll" was a mathematician, deeply export In tho scienco, and it is related that when Queen Victoria bo camo charmed with his "Allco" stories, she sent out for all his previous works. They brought her Boveral bookB on calculus, logarithms, etc. A few years ago a nonsense book, How to Tell Wild Flowers...

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. — 18 August 1911

'caring for turberculosis iThlrty-NIno State and 114 Looal Sana toria Provided, but Thew Are Only a Beginning. ' In eplte of tho fact that state sana toria nnd hospitals for tuberculosis havo been established In 31 Btatos, and 114 municipal or county hospitals In 20 states, vastly moro public provision Is needed to stamp out consumption, Bays the National Association for tho Study and Provontlon of Tuberculosa. Nearly ovory state east of tho Missis sippi rlvor haB provided a stato sana torium, and west of tho Mississippi rlvor, state sanatoria havo boon es tablished In Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Arkansas, Toxas, Kansas, Nobraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana and Oregon. There aro 88 sanatoria provldod by Uiobo states. Massachu setts having four, Connecticut and Pennsylvania threo and Texas two. In cluding; special pavilions and alms houses, thoro aro 114 municipal or county hospitals for the caro of tuber culosis patients. Apart from theso Institutions, how ever, and a fow sp...

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. — 18 August 1911

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS I'ubllHliuil ovory r'rlclny nt Carkizozo - NJ5W Mkxico ?ntorod nn oocninl cIiish iniillrr .liino 12, HKW, nt ;lio jxwtolllco At Unrrlcozo, Now Moxlco, unilnr Mionct of MnroliS, J87U. 8UH80RIITION HATK8 OnoYwir .... $l.M) Mx Months (by mail) - $1.1)0 ;no. a. halijy, Kr.iTOit THE RECALL FATAL. The president made his bluff good by vetoing' the Flood state hood resolution, which resolution in a measure, recognized the re call in the Arizona constitution. And while denying statehood to Arizona because of the recall the recall of the judiciary being the sticking point New Mexico also suffered. There is talk of an attempt to put the resolution through both houses over the president's veto, but it is not be lieved this can be accomplished in the senate; and the only thing left to do at this time is to secure the passage'of a new resolution through congress that will meet the approval of the president. To do this, however, will require quick action, if present plans are ca...

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. — 18 August 1911

1,4 1' ADDITIONAL LOCAL 'J ' If 1t , t Wednesday was pay day on the line, and niatiy souls were nmde happy. Fred Higgins, il mumher of the territorial mounted police, was in Carrizozo this week, looking af ter the disposition of some real estate. The hoard of comity commis sioners will meet here Monday in special session. The board will take up some road reports and at tend to other business coming up at this session. V. C. McDonald returned Sun day from Roswell in a new auto mobile which he purchased while absent. The machine is a No. 21 four-cylinder Uttick, and a handsome distance annihilator. Mrs. Will Loughrey, assisted by MissMyrtle Tinnon, enter tained Friday night, in honor of the Misses Crist, of Dtirau. Music and games, followed by refresh ments, made up a pleasant even ing. Alto is to have a barbecue to day in which a number of sur rounding communities will parti cipate, and a large crowd is ex pected. The program for the day was published in last week's Nitws. Allen A. L...

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. — 18 August 1911

f 1' T I tf"' If fc. TpilE CARRIZOZO NEWS I'uIiIIhIiuiI uvory Frldny itt Gakiuzozo - Nuw Mkxico IjUotixl mt Hoatmil olumi miiltcr Jmiu I'.', 11HIS, nt tlib imihIoIIIoo nt ('iirri.ozu, Now Muxljo, iimlnr tho net (if Mnroli :l, 1H7H. BUIISOKIl'TIUN ItATItB' Ono Wiir - . . $.M) Blx Months (hy iimll) . . . I,imi JNO. A. HAliKY. LOCAL NEWS P. M. Decl, the Audio mer chant, was down Sunday.. Sain Fanibrough was down Saturday from his ranch above Audio. Miss Rosa Lutsc, of Lincoln, spent the early part of the week in Carrizozo. Lin Mrauum was in Saturday and Sunday from his Coyote canyon ranch. Mrs. W. M. Reily and children went to Capitan Monda' on a visit to relatives. Joe Ash ford was up from Os curo, and helped swell the crowd at the ball games Sunday. Attorney Hudspeth returned last night from Roswell and went out to White Oaks this morning. Pat Stuart and wife, of El Paso, are visiting relatives in the Capitan and I3aglc Creek commu nities. Waller J. Keller, of Nogal, the fruit tree a...

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. — 18 August 1911

The Alamo Lose Both Games. The Alanfdgurdo base ball team w, rmniMtliwl hv si tiitttihir nf f;itm arrived on fro; 2 Satunlav niirht acceded in getting to second two, throe order, and up the sixth inning failed to send a man over the plate that counts. They had 3G 3 E3 C 30 to play two games (Jf ball the following day. A dance was given that night, Which was Utiite a pleasant affair, and the Visiting team was given an auto mobile ride the next morning, going out to the Bar W ranch, pTuoking fruit and enjoying the delightful shade and the cour teous hospitality of Mrs. V. C. twice, and once a man reached third, but to get home seemed impossible. However, they fin ally sent tfnc man safely home, and thus saved themselves from having the white wash brush ap plied. Aside from a chapter of acci- ! dents, in which a number of play ers were injured, and the passage of two balls through the screen Mirl'lnn.'ilil. a The gauui schefluled for the into thc stund, one of forenoon was postponed, a...

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. — 18 August 1911

Her Father's Child. Tho Blx-yonr-old daughter of a woll known ovangolistlo preacher was playing on tho sldowalk ono day whon n shabbily dressed and downcast man npproachod hor father's houso. Halting at tho foot of tho stops, ha looked nt hor, and In a wonry volco tho volco of an unsuccessful book ngent ho nslcod If hor fathor might bo found In his study. "Ho Isn't homo," said tho llttlo girl, drawing closo to him, nnd gazing up Into tho tired face, "but ho'll bo homo pretty soon. You go into tho houso, you poor, perishing soul, and mother'!! look after you till ho comes." Youth'B Companion. PITIFUL SIGHT WITH ECZEMA "A fow days nftor birth wo noticed an lnflnmod spot on our baby's hip which soon began spreading until baby was complotoly covered oven In hU eyes, oars and scalp. For eight weeks ho was bandaged from head to foot. Ho could not liavo a stitcli of clothing on. Our regular physician pronounced it chronic eczema. Ho is a very ablo physlclnn and ranks with tho best in this ...

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. — 18 August 1911

3E IF Horticulture L3E IE REMOVING PLANT FROM POT Method Shown in Illustration Will En ablo Ono to Re-pot Plants With out Injuring Roots'. A lady gardener once said to mo: "I havo no troublo In talcing a plant out of a pot in which It has been growing for soino llmo, an I simply tako a tablo knife and cut around the Insldo of tho pot, Mid tlio plant drops out when tho pot 1b Inverted." Uut That method cannot bo approved, as tho knlfo will ruin many of tho roots, and so lnjuro tho plant that It will not rocovor Its normal growth again for Bovornl weeks aftor shifting, says a writer in Park's Floral Magazine. Dut It Is not only In repotting thr SET OUT STRAWBERRY PLANT Shifting a Plant wo wish to ttfko a plant from tho pot Often wo wish to oxamluo tho roots or tho soil or tho drainage, and tho caslost way to do It Is to placo tho ilngora over tho soil, In vert, and tap tho edgo against tho lodgo of tho tablo. Tho manner of grasping tho pot Ib shown In tho Il lustration. Ueforo doing t...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 18 August 1911

. Rrcsitlcut Tnft Vetoef Resolution. ((!ontlmiod from firxt pn'lo.) "Other candidates are allowed to present themselves unci hane their names printed oti the ballot, So that the recall is not based solely on the record of the acts of the judge, but also on the ques tion whether some other and more popular candidate has been found to unseat him. "Could there be a system more ingeniously devised to subject judges to momentary gusts of passion than this? We cannot be blind to the fact that ofteti an intelligent and respectable elect orate may be so roused over an issue that it will visit with con demnation the decision of a just judge, though cxacily in accord-, ance with the law governing thc case, merely because it affects unfavorably their contest. "Contraversies over elections, labor troubles, racial or religious issues, issues as to the construc tion or constitutionality of liquor laws, criminal trials of popular or unpopular defendants, the re moval of county seats or suits by in...

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. — 25 August 1911

A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 12. CARKIJ50550, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, AUGUST 25, 1911. NUMBEK 30 IHfQT ATFWOOrVH! 'i)5lsse" ,,ut ,lot until tl,e scnsitc i a i Einuuu.... , hll(1 nllc)(1(!(1 it in auch a way The new statehood resolution ' as to yive the federal government passed the Semite Friday, the 1 the power to control senatorial house Saturday and was signed, elections in the states. This by the president Monday. A ' V010" vnA . """tory J 1 . J I to the democratic house, and, be- general election for congress-1 caURe nf tha(. fact) lhc resolutioll ional, state, district and county . rcm!Vi,ls utiacted upon in confui officers will be held in about 'cnee, and must await further con ninety days. Get in the road, 'sidcration at the coming regular THE SPECIAL SESSION ADJOURNS. The special session of congress, -which met in Washington April 4th, adjourned sine die Tuesday, the 22d, at 3:U2 in the afternoon. The following review of the ses sion is g...

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. — 25 August 1911

CARRIZOZO NEWS OAitnizozo NEW MEXICO MUSHROOMS A8 FOOD. Profossor P. E. Clomonts, tho Btato botanist of Minnesota, lins attracted attention by his estimate In a recent bulletin that tho annual wasto of mushrooms In tho United States equals in valuo tho cntlro agricultural product of tho country, says tho Man chester Union. It is easy for an en thusiast in any line of thought or en deavor to loeo tho souso of Just pro portion, and It may perhaps bo taken for granted that Professor ClomontB has permitted hlmsolf to bo carried away by tho contemplation of tho wasto of a natural food product which is moro or Iobs abundant ovorywhoro and which has an unquostlonod food valuo. Beginning with early uummor and continuing until Into fall, tho pro duction of mushrooms in woods, paB turos and wasto places is something enormous, and a largo proportion of them aro not only edlblo, but nour ishing. In bo far as they aro not mado use of and a small proportion of thom is ever gathorod thoy of course...

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. — 25 August 1911

PERFORMING POLICE DUTY. Officer Muldoon That fellow's flirt ing with ovory eorvant Blrl on my boat. I'd run him In if I could chargo him with sorno offense. Chalker (tho milkman) That'a easy. Chargo him with impersonating an ofllcor! IN AGONY WITH ITCHING "About four years ago I broke out with sorco on my arms llko bolls. Af tor two months thoy wore all over my body, eomo coming, and sorno going away. In about six months tho bolls quit, but my arms, neck and body broko out with nn Itching, burning rash. It would burn nnd Itch, and como out In pimples llko gralim of wheat. I was In a terrible condition; I could not sloop or rest. Parts of my flesh wcro raw, and I could Bcarcoly bear my clothes on. I could not Ho In bed In nny position nnd rest. In about n year tho sores extended down to my foot. Thon I suffered agony with tho burning, itching sores. I could hardly walk nnd for a long tlmo I could not put on socks. "All this tlmo I was trying every thing I could hear of, nnd had tho s...

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. — 25 August 1911

TrFiE CARRIZOZO NEWS I'ulillulioil (ivory Friday lit 'Gakkizozo - Nuw Mhxico Kutoroil iih pocomiI oIiirh mutter Juno 100S, lit tllu liOHtoillco at Currlznzu, Now Mexico, unilor tlmiietof Mnrcliil, 1H7D. BUllH(!ltiI'T10N HATIJH! OiioYeur .... Sl.ro Biz Moutlm (by imill) - - 1.WJ JNO. A. HAIilJY, UntTon STATEHOOD WON AT LAST. The long fight for statehood has ended, and all that now re mains to complete the work is to follow a certain routine, which, by January 1st, will land us in the union. The Flood resolu tion, as it applied to New Mexico, was passed, the recall of the ju diciary having been eliminated from the Arizona constitution. The senate adopted the resolution Friday afternoon by a vote of 53 to 8. The house passed the res olution the following day without the formality of a roll call, and the president signed the measure at 3:08 Monday afternoon. The question now comes as to the date of an election and the actual date of our admission. Neither of these questions can be answe...

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. — 25 August 1911

DELINQUENT TAX LIST OF LINCOLN COUNTY, N. M. Amounting to Not Less than $25. And notice of application to the District Court for judgment and sale for taxes for the year PJIO delinquent on June I, l'Jll, with penalties and costs. TlSUKlTUKV OH Nl?W iMHXICO) m. GoiJNTV OH LINCOLN SS 71) (CI 174 CO m m 77 1.1 00 88 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 Col lector of Lincoln county in the Territory of New Mexico, do hereby make, certify and publish the following notice and list of delinquent taxes amounting to not less than S25.0U, with penal ties and costs thereon, which became delinquent cm the 1st day of June, A. D. l'Jll, the same be ing hcreinofter set forth and con taining the names of all the own ers of all the property on which same arc due, the amount of tax es, penalties and costs due there on, and the amount of taxes due on personal property. And notice is her...

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. — 25 August 1911

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS I'lihliHhed uvcry Fritlny lit Cakkizozo - Nuw Mitxico l-'nteml nHPocoml clnsH mutter June VI, 11)1)8, nt tlio iiontotllcu nt Carrizozo, Now Mexico, iimlnr tbonctof Mnrch 3, 1H7SI. BUHHOKIPTIUN HAT1JH Onu Yinr .... $i.f,0 Hlx Months (by mall) - - (1.00 JNO. A. HAIjISV, ICiiTon ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Attorney Dixon and wife are here from Memphis, Tennessee, and arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Peters. The "dog killer" was abroad Saturday night. By Sunday ev ening, Jimmie Dccns, who offici ated as undertaker, reported seven deaths and more momentarily expected. V. IS. Win field was up from the Harper ranch, on Three Riv ers, several days this week. He says the fruit and vegetable crops exceed his expectations, and, be ing exceptionally choice, he finds a ready sale at fancy figures. A. T. Roberts and W. S. Bourne spent several days in the Three Rivers country this week. They report the orchards drooping with their loads of fruit, while a glance at the water melon and cantc...

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. — 25 August 1911

Jicaiilla Happenings. Mr. Perkins f Aneho made a circuit through cmnp'Momlny. Rudy Mcnry has been stationed at the Gallaehcr new well to guard against trespassers. W. A. Franklin is sacking a Shipment of ore from the Review mine this week. F. I. Marsh came in from Jack's Peak and reports rattle snakes Very numerous over there. Mr. McBraycr began work on tin: Kismet this week. This pro perty is owned by W. Franklin, The young people of Audio gave a dance Saturday evening which was enjoyed. There was i In rge crowd in attendance, some joining from Willard and Carri zozo, and all the young folks from this place. Miss Irene Price will return home in a short while from Albu querque, where she has been visit ing all summer. George Tompkins has just fin ished cutting and curing his crop of millet huy. Messrs. Stoncroad & Handy have returned and settled down to home life again, after a long stay in the lower country. E. E. Wilson came in Sunday wringing a sample of milo maise grown on h...

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. — 25 August 1911

LEGAL NOTICES. Notice for Publication. Notice No. II75027 Application for Patent. United Btntcn Lnnd Oilier, Hoswoll, Now Mexico, A uuiint 7, 1911. Notion Ik horoby rItcii Hint tlm "Ciillfomln Mexico, consisting of 1411.78 llnnnr foot of tlm vein, lodo or deposit, bearing gold, nllvor, iron nnd other vnlnuhlo minerals, and surface ground 000 (nvorngc) font wide, being lot No. , nml do, norlhod in (lie field notes nnd pint of the official nurvoy on filo In thin olllco, with tnngnotln vnrh Inilitxtriiil Company," n corporation, by John ! ranging from lie :m ,.,t to II 9 i2' cnM, M. I'onilnlil, itfl Attorney In fnet, linn mndu Hp. tilinitlon for a United HttttcR pntont for tlio Pittsburg Iron Lodo No. 1 mining clnlin, nit unto in 121 Ciipltitu mining illstrlct, Lincoln county. New Mexico, consisting of HUM. 01 llnnnr foot of the rein, lode or deposit, bearing gold, nilvor, Iron nnd othnr valuable minerals, nnd surface ground f0t),88 (average) feet wide, boing lot No. , nnd described In...

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. — 25 August 1911

1 , jflifc ffii Biiahi iifttlttlJiifl ' "' tour" $r. Kanigcr was up from Oscuro $ltturday. W. J. Douring is giving the . Mc Donald residence a coat of paint. lOrvin Gray came in this week With hay seeds in his hair. JIc Has been a-haying. &. .!. U'olland went to Alamo gOfdo on Saturday's No. 3. lie returned Monday night. Oscar Hamburger went down tihe road Saturday to look after some business for 55icgler Bros. Judge McDougal is here from t Kansas City, looking after some mining interests, and meeting old friends here and at While Oaks. Jiis. H. Kinney, forest super visor, came over from Capitan Saturday, lie was on his way to Santa to attend a Masonic , meeting. O.T. N)eeamc up from Lin coln Monday to act as clerk for for the board of county commis sioners at a meeting held hcie that day. Commissioner Taylor was down from White Oaks Monday attend ing the special session of the county commissioners. He was accompanied by his daughter, Miss Nila. Claude Comstock, of Albany, 'Miss...

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. — 25 August 1911

Hoods Sarsaparilla Acts directly and peculiarly on the blood; purifies, enriches and revitalizes it, and in this way builds up the whole sys tem. Take it. Get it today. In usual liquid form or in chocolate coated tablets called Sarsatabs. THE MARTYR. Mm Polly So Mrs. Hlghmoro'a husband has dovoloped bad habits. How did you henr nbout It? Dolly Oh, Mrs. Illghmoro Invited us nil to an afternoon tea so sho could tell us how she suffered in sllcncol An Artist. , "You hnd to refuse tho rcq"5st of these men?" "Yes." replied Senator Sorghum. "Were they angry?" "Not at nil. I showed so much grief nt not being ablo to oblige them that they went away sympathiz ing wilh me." TIPS FOR HOUSEWIFE NEW IDEA8 ON THE SERVING OF VARIOU8 FRUITS. Personal. Garrulous Barber As tho sayln' goes, "There's always room at tho top." Sensitive Customer How daro you refer to my baldness I Easy. Knlckcr How can you Identify your umbrella? Bocker By tho man I took It from, A 8POON SHAKER. Straight From Coffeedom. ...

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. — 25 August 1911

1 , noCJZlsKL wihC FINE LINGERIE RULES HAND WORK NECE88ITY ON UP-TO-DATE UNDERWEAR. Soft Finished Dlmltloa and Batistes Are Textures to L ok for Gar ments Must Accord With Skimp Lines of Dress. How cun womankind resist the pilefl of airy whlto goods everywhere seen whoa flno undorwonr is do rlguour, and unmado niathorials aro eo cheap, and ready-made lingerio so expensive? Tho textures to look for at this burning season aro the soft finished dimities and batistes, which, chocked, Btrlpod and figured, turn out most satisfactory garments of the In- Corset Cover.of Embroidery Flouncing timato sort. Tho models for chem ises, drawers, princess slips, skirts and combinations must all bo of a sort to accord with tho skimp linos of outside dross, and good hand Bowing is a necessity. Yes, hand sowing, tho dainty stltchery of our grandmothers, 1b, almost compulsory on up-to-date lingerio. Only tho seams may be stitched, but all the rest felling, homB and tucks must bo put In with patient Ango...

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