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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 25 August 1911

1 3 ft 1 I; THE SPECIAL SESSION ADJOURNS. (Continued front lint paec.) average reducing the rates sub stantially otic-half. In order to get the senate, with its republi can majority, to agree 10 a revis ion of this schedule, it was neces sary to adopt a compromise meas ure wherein the duties on raw wool were placed at 2U per cent, with the rates on manufactured woolens adjusted accordingly. This also was vetoed by the pres ident because the tariff board had not reported on it. Then the house took up the cotton schedule from a democratic standpoint cousidcred only a de gree less obnoxious than the woollen schedule. Here, too, the rates of the Payne-Aldrich bill were substantially cut in two, but this action also was vetoed by the president fo'r the same reason that he vetoed the other tariff amend ments. Doubtless the house would have continued its schedule by schedule revision, making reduc tion in the duties on iron and steel pcoducts, and iuthe chemical and sugar schedules, had it...

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. — 1 September 1911

4- i 030 IRewe. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 12. CAKRIvO,0, UNCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, SEPTEMBER 1, 1011. NUMBER 31 Christian Citizenship. Rev. S. E. Allison, pastor of tlic Mighluud Methodist church i Albuquerque, and sonic years ago pastor of the Methodist church at White Oaks, preached a aer llion, tminyr the above heading lor hie subject. Mis remarks Were ho nppropos and so thor oughly in Hue with modem ideas! Unit we are glad to quote from the sermon, lie said in part: "One of the best ways to serve our fellows is to help make for him a good government, in which to live and rear nis laniny, wuere lie will be a free man and not a slave nor a vassal. It is a Chris tian's duty to pray, but to my mind, it is as much his duty to vote as he prays. In the voting he puis wings often times to his l;rayerts. When they were trying to entrap our Lord and catch him in u snare, they asked him if it wits right to pay tribute to Cae sar. His reply was: 'Render t...

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. — 1 September 1911

CARRIZOZO NEWS CARRIZOZO NEW MEXICO Now, altogether: for yout" "Is It hot enough Even the mosquito 1b fooling tht Impulse of tho baok-to-tko-farm movement. Nearly everybody who BayB "I donM core" la not tolling tho truth. When an aviator loses his way in a fog ho cannot ask a pollcoman. At least not yot Almost Umo for somo got-rich-qulck man to establish a correspondence school of aviation. Germany haB adopted a now gun de signed to bring down aeroplanes, Just as If aviation Is not dangerous enough. The convlots who Btruck for the eight-hour day in tho Michigan peni tentiary finally decided not to walk out , Tho earth has only 10,000 years to live, according to a Swedish astron omer. Lot ua then bo up and doing, eta Wostorn farmors want tho weathoi bureau investigated bocauso lie pre dictions don't agree with tholr rheumatism. According to fashion experts In London and Paris tho harem skirt it dead. As a matter of fact it was born that way. Barbers, alarmod by tho advanco ol safety ...

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. — 1 September 1911

Was Getting Old. Cholly- Whllo I wna cnlllng on your dnugh;or intit "evening, Mr. ButtB, your dog growled nt mo. OKI Hutta Did ho hlto you? Cholly Oh, no only growled. Old nuttfi I'll lmvo to got rid of him and get another. Never Said It. "I hear you lmvo hcen snylng you would tako a great delight in attend ing my funcrnl." "I havo never anld anything of the kind." "I think I should profor to believe f.ho man who told mo." "Very well; hellovo him, If you like; but I never Bald It. I should not think of permitting myuelf to bo seen at your funoral." Turn About Fair Play. Attorney General WlckorBham waa describing an unfair law. "Tho people under this law," ho said, "aro vory much in tho position of a young Washington nttacho. "Ab tho attache was breakfasting tho other morning, his sorvant said to him: " 'You nro out of whisky, sir. Shall I get n bottle?' "Yes, I think you might, James,' tho master replied. 'It's your turn.' " VIMEIHA Kiikodo J. nclnhimlt, M.D.. 400 Central H. 13. Ulk...

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. — 1 September 1911

TliiiE CARRIZOZO NEWS I'utillHliod ovary I'rlilny nt Gakmzojco - Nnw Mnxico fcltOflKl IU 840QBU 0l (Ha tHMtqlTfM fiUjfir Uioiici ur.MnroIin. I Olnsi mntlpr .luiiu l, 1W8, at it, now .H8XIOII, iinuur SUHBcnirj'ioN itATiw OnuYonr - 6I.M 8x Months (by mull) - - $l.oo J NO. A. HAMCY. HlillOII INDISPUTABLE. The past ton years, and more, tli a familiar statement made at every republican meeting' was: "I31oct a republican delegate, and Statehood is assured." Many democrats, who put statehood above politics, swallowed the bait, and a republican was constantly scut to Washington lo represent New Mexico. There were many others, however, who said con gress was not purchasable by such chaff, and further, that we would have statehood when we got a democratic congress. At last we have statehood, and what are the facts? We didn't get it at the short session after the 1908 election, as we were promised by Delegate Andrews. It is true a makeshift enabling act was passed at the close of the long sess...

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. — 1 September 1911

if J 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 s.ile for taxes for the year 1910 delinquent on June I, 1911, with penalties atid costs. T u i u ito k v o i' N It W M 1'X i co ) CotJNTV oi' Lincoln ss 70 Ml 174 CO n; mi 77 15 IMI8H Ml 07 40 Hi' III 10 2 15 45 !I7 Precinct No. 4. Aniillii DiiIcch N'oinli'oK, pp Of) Ml, pen !l 32 cIh 12 LiihIc Dolpli, ip Hill 17 pn Mil ot;ii: Precinct No. f. Ciihh l.lvu .Stuck A. Cnttlu Co, pi HO 08 poll I 55 et IM McK.it Innd Dun, pp 7:1 (ill poll :i 07 nta I'.' Precinct No. 7. Anclio Plncur Co, ItnptH on mining claim lux K pun 1 75 da 1:1 Knturprlau Alinlnu Milling Co. IniptH on In accordance with chapter 22, niininu citm, mx r.7 pen a w otn 12 of the laws of the Territory of ,,rn " ro; 'n,!,lH. '" ... - - 1 .1 4 : .. A . IIIIIIIIIK t:illllll, llA tn M'I1 I m Uln 1,1 sembly thereof, I, the undersign- ,vi ,, A i, T ..-,,, .. . riv " i Old Abn ( n, Wbllo...

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. — 1 September 1911

M 1 If ' A h : 5M THE CARRIZOZO NEWS I'iiIiIIhIkmI every I'rlilny itt CiVRKlZOZO - Nitw Mux ICO IftitoiLil (IB Hocemil oIiim mnttrr .himi HUH, i tiiu iWhIoIIIcu nt Onrrlssozo, fsmv Muxlcit. iiiuli tliMiict of .Huron :i, IH7U. nr HUII8CMIPTION HATII8 Ono Voiir .... Six Mouth (by mull) . $I.M 1.IK) JNO. A. IIAI.HY, tCiit'i ott ADDITIONAL LOCAL. lDlcven casus of mountain fever are reported from White Oaks. Seed wheat and seed rye at Humphrey Bros. Rev. B. W. Allen and family returned Sunday night from a month's vacation, spent at Gal veston, Tex. An eight pound gjrl put in an appearance Tuesday morning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Miller. Mrs. J. H. Canning and daugh ter Helen left Wednesday for Cali fornia, where they may spend the winter. An JCaglc special, bearing the Cleveland, Ohio, delegation, pass ed through Monday on their re turn from the San Francisco con vention. The Ladies Aid Society will give a box supper in the White House restaurant Monday evening Sept. 18. Everyb...

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. — 1 September 1911

"QntHHf"mmi i i --mt ' Lf-- sv " - ' - - - - Mexico Democratic Central was woll attended by Uto young Committee. ' people of this place aim the sur- A meeting of the Democratic I'oundiug country. Central Committee of New Mex-' Sum Kainbrough's daughter, Ico its hereby culled, to beheld all Audio, was taken sick suddenly Albuquerque, Wednesday, Sept. last Saturday while the lamily Obll, l'Jll, at 10 o'clock a.m., for were out at tne ranch. She was the purpose of naming the time taken to Audio lor medical trcitt nwi place for holding the first munt, and is reported much im stnte convention of New Mexico ' proved. (U'iiincrats; and attending to such ' J0e Ross and family will leave other business us may properly for their home at Mountainair come before the committee. this week. Mr. Koss owns a line i&Very member of the committee I i arm in the Kstancia Valley, but is urged to attend this meeting, 'the family all have a warm place and ail who (lesire the success 01 m their hearts l...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 1 September 1911

LEGAL NOTICES. Notice for Publication. Notice No. 075027 Application for Patent. United Btntes Land Olllco, Itoswoll, Now Mexico, Austint 7. 1911. NoiIch In liotoliy given that tlm ''California' Industrial Company," it corporation, by John M. Pwiflold, Its Attorney In fuel, hits mndn up. pliriition Tor United BtutcB patent for the Pittsburg Iron Lodo No. 1 mining clnlin, sltualn in El Capltuti mining district, Uncoil, county, New Mi.vtnti. t.finatftttntr tt 11110.01 Ihinnr font lif thn toIii, lodn or deposit, hearing gold, silver, ' Iron nml othor vnlutihlo mlnornls, anil stirfaco ground 590.S8 (average) fnst wide, bolng lot No. ,nnd doscrlhod in tho flold-notos nml pint of thn olllclal mirvciy on filo in IIiIhoIIIco, with mtig nctlo varlntion ranging from fi 2 ' east, to 12 o 211' oust, nil follows! Ilrginnlng at cor. No, t n llmi'ntono 24x8x8 lim. not in ground with n mound of .stono, chiseled X I-t 143; whenco tho NV location cur Identical with thn cor. of hue. 10, II, llnmliriT ...

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. — 1 September 1911

CmiCy. Democratic Central Commit-1 S3SSS33'S33SSSS I tec Melting. "THE HOUSE OF GOOD TASTE" X 1 jtinsno, is lnreby called to meet ,, t enipitun, isw Mexico, cm sut-! an Announces the Arrival of f) Ufltty September 9, PJLI, ut the (B ($ 4 hour of 1:30 p. in. j W) , hiho y) 1 'Mi. purpuo of the meeting is u Ladies Ready to Wear and Millinery. IS CSOdttnritlea nucl to transact other (Jj ijittlieiHs Unit may conic before the w) . . . . . 0) tfOinmltteo. All committeemen U 1911 SEASON FALL 1 9 1 1 (A as well as individual demociiyis w) - 1 1 ... & throughout the county arc nr-!(0 ($ ;i gotuly requested to be present at'flr) OU will be surprised and pleased with the many decided changes f) tlto moating, of! in Millinery and Suits for Fall, and we invite your early inspec- j$ Ch tirm in Tcmocriiic f t'on uv Stock in every department will be larger and more fl Central Committee. fij) complete than ever before shown in Carrizozo. wr7s- fl Wise Shoppers always buy early. . .; Messrs. Rice...

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. — 1 September 1911

THERE ARE OTHERS. Caller I thought you Bald your baby could talk. Young Mother So he can, but I'm tho only ono who can understand him. Another Pressing Need. It's well enough to dovoto a lot of tlmo and a good deal of prize money to tho composition of a National an them, but what's tho matter with giv ing ub a National wedding march, too? Must wo be forovor Indebted to tho marches of an erratic Bavarian and a visionary Deutschor? Hero's an opportunity for ambitious natlvo composers. Think of the prido that would fol low such an announcement as this: "Tho happy couple passed down tho nlslo to tho pulsating strains of Boli var P. Gibson's exquisite 'Marcho Nuptlalol' " Clovcland Plain Dealer. Government Regulation. "You'vo got poison In your sys tem," said tho doctor to tho patient who thought ho had malaria. "Maybe I have," ho admitted, "may bo I have. I don't eat anything but what is guaranteed under tho puro food law." Judgo. FAL8E HUNGER A 8ymptom of Stomach Troublo Cor rected by ...

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. — 1 September 1911

GARDES ."S CABBAGE ALWAYS IN DEMAND TRAINING THE TOMATO VINES Practiced by Few, but If Done In Mid Summer It Will Greatly Inoreasa Yield of Fruit Very fow amateurs practico trim ming tomato vines, but If Mils Is dono In mid-summer tho ylold of tho fruit Is very greatly increased. Extensive oxporlmonts at various experiment otatlons have dovoloped the fact that tho Increase duo to trim- Single-Stem Training, mlng la great. At tho Maluo station this increase reached as high as CO per cent., and tho gain in weight was very marked, in ono instanco reaching C8 per cent Tho plants wero grown under ordl nary field culture and they wero start ed in tho greenhouse April 1st, plant ed in tho field Juno 1st and headod back July 24th, August 8th and Sep tember Gth. Of courso in milder climates this work should bo dono earllor. At each trimming tho loading branches wore shortened about six inches and most of tho Bldo shoots bo- low the first clusters wero romoved, the others being shortened, and...

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. — 1 September 1911

Christian Citizenship. (Continued from flrnt iikh.) for the best man. I am a demo crat, ami for the most part I have voted with the party; but I do not propose to take any kind of dose that the party may see lit to give. I thank God that the day of the old stand-patter is gone: men arc vot ing from principle more and more, and it is a hopeful sign. 'Another thing to my mind, which is one of the most impor tant issues that will be put up at the November election, is the blue1 ballot, the easy amendment. By having this easy amendment we can take most any kind of a constitution and in the course of time we can make a good one out of it. With all due deference to those who made the one for New Mexico, I feel quite sure that some changes should be made. If the easy amcndincndmcut docs not carry, it will be many, many years before we can change it. 'I pray the blessings of high heaven to rest on the new state of New Mexico. Long may she live, and proud may she be of her citizenship." ARTI...

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. — 8 September 1911

,. ' -.I ... t r Garri3030 IFlewe. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 12. CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NI3W MEXICO, SEPTEMBER b, 1911. NUMBER 32 ELECTION PROCLAMATION. ! In accordance with a proclama-1 iion issued by tho president of j Ijhiitud States. Governor Win. J. j Mills, of New Mexico, has issued ( a proclamation, calling1 for an aloction in this territory, and j (Ibsiguating' Tuesday, November 7 I'll as the (late. In addition to I the interest the people of Lincoln , County has in the proposed con stitutional amendment, the elec tion of two congressmen, stale officers and members of the leg islature in general, the legisla ture to choose two United States senators, our people are directly interested in the election of the following officials: A district iudgc and a district attorney from the counties of Dona Ana, Otero, Lincoln and Torrance. A slate senator from Otero and Lincoln counties, and also one from the counties of Torrance, Lincoln, Otero and...

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. — 8 September 1911

CARRIZOZO NEWS OA1UIIZOZO NEW MEXICO SAVING AND EARNING. A Chicago millionaire) camo to tlila country in 1871, with 12 cents in his pockot, Tho othor day, referring to it, ho said ho laid down this rulo: "Novor to be out of work and never to spond as much aa you earn." It was that rulo that mado him a mil lionaire and that 1b tho kind of mil lionaire that is entitled to honor. His idea is that it Is good for a man to savo, for economy is a healthy habit, Bays tiro Ohio State Journal. As a rulo mon can llvo on half they spend, havo hotter health, and can do more work. Lot a man Bit down and mako a list of what ho needs, not scantily but bountifully, and ho will bo surprised how many things ho can cut out and yet koop body and mind in flno con dition. There aru many things that ono buys that are tho objects of his fancy. Ho boos them and wants them; if ho didn't sco them ho wouldn't want them. Wo onco hoard of a man who would not go to market, bocauso ho said, ho wanted to buy ov eryt...

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. — 8 September 1911

Live Stock 3E RUBBER SHOES FOR HORSES Growing Popularity of 8oft Heels for Human Feet Results In Similar Idea for Animals. The growing popularity of rubber spring hoola for human foot has ro Bultod In a somewhat similar Idea bo ing adopted for horses, although In th lattor lnatanco the reslBtanco of Spring Shoes for Horses. tho rubber heel-pad Is reinforced by a spring. Tho rubbor pad, as shown In the Illustration, 1b In tho form of a cross bar, with tho spring In a chain bor between It and tho top of tho shoe. EXCELLENT FOR LITTLE PIGS Rape Has Bloating Effect on Cattle and Sheep and They Must Be Grad ually Accustomed to It. (By J. II. SIIEPPEIID.) Hapo is commonly sown either broadcast or in rows 30 Inches apart, and cultivated. I like tho row system. When It is sown broadcast alono, It Is put in at tho rato of flvo pounds of rapo seed per acre of tho Dwarf Essex variety; allowed to grow until It Is about 14 Inches high, and then pas tured down with pigs or sheop as the grower may...

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. — 8 September 1911

J' THE CARRIZOZO NEWS 1'nbllHlimI ovcry Frlilny nt Cakkizozo - Nkw Mkxico Kutoroil iih bbodiiiI olww iimllor Juno ID, 1009. nt the iHistnlllco at Currlzozo, Now iloxlco, undor the not of March ,1, 1870. BUMBOItiraON HATIC8; OnoYcw .... $,r,o Six Months (by mall) - . . $1.00 JNO. A. HALEY, Kditoh POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For County Clerk. 1 liernhv luimmnco mynelf n cnndldatu for County Clork of Lincoln County, lionuiiw tlio notion of tlio Domncrutto prlnuvrlun anil nomln utliiK convention, ut tliolr roaulnr cull. I). W. ItOllUHTH, For Sheriff. I lioroby nuuouiico my ciinilUlnoy for tlio noin Imitliiii of HIiorilT of Lincoln county, nubjcot tn tlio notion of tlio democratic iinrty. ANDY B. MAYKH. Announcements to Candidates. The campaign for stale, dis trict and county offices is begin ning, and, naturally, we expect announcements from candidates for the respective offices. A fee is charged for each annouuee incut, just as a price is charged for any and all advertising. Lib eral space...

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. — 8 September 1911

up DELINQUENT TAX LIST &F ' LINCOLN COUNTY, N.-M. If Amounting to Not Less, than $25.1 And notice of application to the District Court for judgment nudsilefor taxes for the year PJIU delinquent on June 1, l'Jll, With penalties and costs. TltKKITOKY Ol' NltW Ml'XICCM Countv oi' Lincoln rss In accordance with chapter 22, of the laws of the Territory of New Mexico 33rd Legislative As sembly thereof, I, the uudersign ad Treasurer and ex-OIVicio Col lector of Lincoln county in the Territory of New Mexico, do herein- make, certify and publish the following notice and list of delinquent taxes amounting to not les-. than 25.00, with penal ties and costs thereon, which became delinquent on the 1st day of June, A. D. 1 1 1 , the same be ing hereinoftor set forth ami con taining the names of all the own urs of all the property on which same are due, the amount of tax es, penalties and costs due there on, and the amount of taxes due on personal property. And notice is hereby given that I, 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. — 8 September 1911

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS Published uvcry Friday nt Cahkizozo - Nuw Mkxico Kutcrod as second class mutter .limn W nt thu ixistolllco nt Cnrrlzo.n, Now Moxlco, under tho not of Aliircli :i, IHill. 8UHHOMPT10N HAT128' Oiki Yi'iir .... tl,r0 Six Months (by mull) - . . f 1.00 JNO. A. HAIiKV, ICl.ITOIt ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Commissioners Wliitc, Tuylor and Duran were here this week, attending a two-days' session of the commissioners court. Deputy Clerk Nye was also here with the official records. Robt. A. Hurt, assessor and a leading republican of the county, accompanied by his little daughter, was here Monday and Tuesday, turning over the 1911 tax roll to the board of anility commissioners. Benj. R. Robinson, a long-time farmer and stockman of the Bo nito, was ovcr a couple of days this week. lie reports the loss of his fruit crop this year, from frost, but says his other produc tions arc above the average. Diuu: Last Friday at Lin coln, the 15-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Prank Salazar. The ...

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. — 8 September 1911

Difference of Opinion. Wilis h the board met here Tues- A Lynching Averted. A lynching bee was organized day to accept Hie assessor's tax here Monday night, the partici tolls for the year 1911, Treasurer pants unknown, but more for the Watson was requested to receipt purpose of getting1 an undesirable for the tax roll that went character out of town than for to the auditor's office. Dr. Wat- doing him bodily injury, it seems, sou asked the board if he was to One of the colored patients had be allowed anything for coming been run out of Fort Stanton for here to receive the tux rolls. The 'making improper proposals to board replied in the negative, j some woman at the Fort. He basing its action upon the opinion came to Carrizozo Monday, and it of Judge Wright, that no official was reported that he did a sinn 1 was entitled to pay for coming to ' lar thing here, but in neither case Carrizozo. The treasurer then ! did he lay hands on the women. said he did not want to sign for the audit...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
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