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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 22 September 1911

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS I'nbllHhoil ovcry Friday nt Cakkizozo - Nmv Mkxico Kntorod m Hoeoml clnsn mutter Juno Vi, 11)08, nt tlio postolllco nt ('arrlaozo, Now Mexico, unilnr tho act of Miiroli3, 1H71). HUIIBOMITION ItATIM Ono Yonr .... $i.f,o 8lx Month (by mall) . . . (1.00 JNO. A. HALI5Y. ICniTon POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For County Clerk. 1 liorolir ntiniiniirn myself n oundlrinto for County Clerk of Lincoln County, pondlnK tlio notion of tlio Democrntlo primaries ntul nomin ating convention) nt tholr rotftilnr cnll. D. W. IIOIIKKTS. I horoby nnnounco my en dldncy for tlio oflice of County Clerk of Lincoln County, Now Moxloo, nubjoct to tlio notion of the ilemocrntlo party in itn duly constituted convention. W. K. KlMIMBLL. For Sheriff. 1 horoby nnnonnco my cnmHdaoy for tlio noui inntion of Hlioriff of Lincoln county, Mtbjcct to tlio notion of tlio ilemocrntlo party. ANDY H. MAYES. I hereby announce myself candidato for the olflcc of HIicrllT of Lincoln county, subject to (no notion of t...

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. — 22 September 1911

V 1 DELINQUENT TAX LIST LINCOLN COUNTY, N. M. Amounting to Not Less than $25. Ami notice of application to tile District. Court for judgment and sale fur taxes for the year 1'JIO delinquent on June I, PHI, willi penalties and costs. TllKKlTOKY OK NltW Md'XIOU I Counts' oi' Lincoln hss In accordance with chapter 22, gf the laws of the Territory of New Mexico 33rd Legislative As sembly thereof, I, the undersign ed Treasurer and ex-Oflieio 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 les, than S25.00, with penal ties and costs thereon, which bucame delinquent on the 1st day of June, A. I). PHI, the same be ing hereiuofler set forth and con taining the names of all the own ers of all the property on which siime 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, the undersi...

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. — 22 September 1911

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS I'iiIiIIhIkmI oTcrj Friday wt Cakki.ozo - Nnw Mux ico F.ntorwl ah nocmiil rlnnH nmttrr .limn Vi, IMS, nt t id iioHlolllcn nt. Ciirrlziizo, Nnw Aloxlco, uiitlnr thnactof Mnroli 3, 18711. SUIIHOiUI'TIOS ItATKH Ono Ywir .... ,r,o Mix AIimtliA (liy mall) . . . f,(x) J NO. A. II Alii: Y, ICMTon LOCAL NEWS Dr. Kanigcr was up from Os curo Monday. Sheriff Stevens was up from Lincoln Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. C. I. Walker is visiting for a few days in the JSstancia valley. Probate Judge Lueero was here Friday holding a special session of probate court. Lute Jennings was over from Parsons Saturday. He returned the following day. W. E. Blauchard was in town' Monday, attending a special ses sion of the probate court. Walter Land and wife passed through this week, enroutc from Parsons to Palomas springs. O. C. Davis was down from Nogal Monday with a load of line peaches from the Moore orchard. Anderson Ilarkey returned Sunday from a four months pros pecting trip in the Mogollon...

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. — 22 September 1911

man in A tnurlcn, don't miss llio Cattle Kiiijr, Thursday, Sept. 28. Foi Salic A lire-proof sale, 18x18 inside; also two pool tables, with fixtures. J as. P. Walkkk, Carmozo, N, M. ')-8-4t As usually treated a sprained ankle will disable man for three or four weeks, but by applying Chamberlain's finimenMreely as soon as the injury is received, and observing the directions with each bottle, cure can be effected For Democratic Precinct Primary. A precinct primary convention of the democrats of precinct No. 14 is hereby called to meet at the Exchange Uauk building Satur day night, September 23, im, at 8 o'clock. The purpose of the primary is to elect (if teen delegates to at tend the democratic county con vention at Lincoln Tuesday, Sep tember 2l, which convention will aleet delegates to represent Lin coln county in the democratic t in from two to four days. State and district conventions, j sale 1.V nil dealers. All who dusiro to ; Hi lint a with "" We are to have tlie lirst real tent...

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. — 22 September 1911

LEGAL NOTICES. Notice for Publication. No. (BUM I Apftllmtliin fur Patent. Utiltml 81 ii If,, liiiiul Ollkm. Hoswull, Now Jlnxlcn, AtwnM7 lull. Nollco Ib hornby kIvoii Hint llio "Unllfo'iiln InililHrlfll Cnmpttliy," u t-iiriiornt ion. by lolili M. I'ouliold, lit, attiiriiny In fnrt, liuHiimdctipplU (llitlon fin-a UiiIIimI Htnliw iintcnt fur tluiOiuon Villi) Iron IiimIa mlnlim iilitlm, hIIiihIii In HI Gniiltiin minimi iliNtrlot, Lincoln county. Now Moxluu, coiihUIIiiu of 1III.7K llui'iir frill of tin; vnlll, lOtln or dnponlt, Iii'IiiIiik unlit, hIIvit, Iron mill oilier valuable inliienilH, ami Hiirl'iico mound ROD (Iivoiiirii) font wide, buliiK lot No. , unit do. lariliuit In tlui Held nntiw mill pint of llio nlllulnl Sllrvuy on flln In tills olllco, w'lh iimKiiotln vnil ntlon rmmliiK from 12 Hil' oust to 1 1 8 12' Hint, iik followH: IIdmIiiiiIiik til cor, No. 1 Identical with llio BK cor. of tlui loimtiim, n uriinltn Htono 'JI.xHkH Iiih. eot 1 inn. in tho mound with u inoniiil of Ht...

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. — 22 September 1911

..OJWPV. 0( Lyceum Entertainments. A series oT live entertainments arc to be given in the Methodist dhurch at Carrizoao, beginning with Oct. 9 and closing in Febru ary. Through the efforts of H. D. Dawson, A. J. Holland and K. J. Sager,- a contract was made with the J. S. White Lyceum Agency, Kansas City, Mo. The sum of S2U0 had to be guaranteed to secure the course, and a suffi cient number of Carri.ozo people Subscribed for season tickets to 10 warrant the above-nanicd getitk men to guarantee the sum re- 0 quired. The entertainments are to be presented on the following if) dates: ,( L. E. Follonsliee, lecturer, sub-,10 jeets: Genius and Gumption, lJu- (p ritan and Cavalier, Blundering 10 People, Tom and Mary, Faces in (j the Mirror, and Brother Jona than at Home and Abroad. Oct. Jth is the dale set for the lecture to be given by Mr. Follousbee, and what subject he will use is yet to be decided. The next on the program is the Imperial Circuit l'arty, the date November 7th. This pro...

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. — 22 September 1911

A Ploaoure Trip. Dllter (at servants) agency)-- "Hnve you pot n cook who will ko to tlio country?" Mnnngcr (calling out to girls In noxt room "Ih thero nnyono here who would Uko to spend a day In the country?" Life. A aorlcB of nlno striking Rooky Mountain views In colors, put up In convenient folder form, with dcscrlp tlons of Borne of tho wonder places of the West, hns JUBt boon Issued by the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad. It boars tho title, "Panoramic VIowa." and 1b printed on good papor with Btlpplo offect, which roproducos most effectively tho orlslnnl water color paintings from which the Illustrations woro mado. Hard to Please. Old Mr. Batch Whnt are you wor rying about? Young Mr. Nubrldo A little quos Ion that enmo up at homo. My wlfo wants to know if I'd marry again in caBO of her death, and if I say "Cer tainly not" she'll think I'm longing for my freedom, and If I say "Suro thing," nho'll think I havo her suc cessor picked out. HOMESEEKER3 EXCURSION RATE8 TO TEXAS AND ...

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. — 22 September 1911

INDIAN MAID PUT CURSE ON SWOPE MILLIONS? ANSA8 CITY, MO. If It wasn't an Indian maiden's curse, in tho naino of goodness what wan it that laid a wlthorlng blight on tho houso of Swopo and tnado it a houso of death, of misfor tune, of tragedy? In tho caBt tho nnmo of Swopo means not so much; In tho west it has a ring such as tho naino of Astor or Goolot has in New York, for Col. ThomaB II. Swopo, cither through cal culating shrewdness or ignorant luck, sat himself down on cheap-bought acres upon which Kansas City was to rise. Tho Btory of money-getting Jb al ways moro real than romantic. People came and lifted Colonel Swopo out of his cowhido boots and stood him In patent leathers; they touched his hard-grubbed two-bit pleco and It bo camo gold. There's a talisman in gravel as well an in othor things. If you ask a grizzled pioneer of tho Snl Hills river bluffs whero Kansas City rises to tell tho story of tho curso, ho works back to it, noting tho Incidents on knotted Angers. And It r...

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. — 22 September 1911

Postal Savings for Carrizozo. Postmaster W. M. Rcily his received notice from the depart partmcnt that Carrizozo has been designated ns a postal savings depositary. The date was not given as to the actual time for opening the office here, nor arc all the necessary blanks on hand, but these details will soon be supplied and the depository in operation. Accounts may be opened and deposits made bv any person of the age of 10 years or over, in ins or nor own name; but one person will not be permitted to make a deposit in the name of another. A depositor must be patron of the office wherein the deposit is made. Deposits may be made in the sums of $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100, not more than $100 to be deposited during any calendar month. Each deposit will bear interest from date of deposit, and a certificate will be issued bear nig the name of the depositor, number of the account, amount, date of issue, etc. Interest will be allowed on all -1 J ill J ! ucposus at tne rate or or z pe...

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. — 29 September 1911

TiatiMiyflM iff mi (Larmco IRewe. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 12. CA.RRIZOZO. LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, SEPTEMBER 29, I VI I. Democrats of County Convene. One of host attended, most ihiirmoni'ius and enthusiastic con vention of democrats ever held in Isiutolii county convened, per formed its work and adjourned at Lincoln Tuesday of this week. Distinguished Democrats at Convention. lion. R. II. Flood, of Virginia, chairman of the house committee on territories and author of the Flood resolution which gave New Mexico statehood, will be in Santa Fe, Oct. 3, during1 the democratic All precincts save three small state convention and will spend ones were fully represented, and I several days in New Mexico, the historic old court room at! This information was contain Llncolu was filled w.tli the ad- jed in a telegram this week to lion. herents of the democratic faith. Promptly at 11 o'clock' a. ni , W. J. Doering, chairman of the Democratic Central Commit...

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. — 29 September 1911

if i- 1st f ... GARRIZOZO NEWS OARRIZOZO NEW MEXICO USELESS WORRY OVER GERMS Subject Over Which Many Mothers Torment Themselves Altogether Unnecessarily. Current humor has given to tho world, that It may laugh and bo mer ry, tho atory of tho woman who was bo afraid of germs that "even her re lations woro strained." Now this Is something moro than an ldlo Jest, and thoro Is ono New England community whoro a doctor has openly aeciiBod his women patients of being "germ mad." For tills over-particularity Is an especially feminine obsession. Tho caso of tho woman who bathed her child 100 times in 24 hours, and then was sent to the Insane asylum, Is well authenticated. Just ns It Is posBlblo to And Bormons In stones and books in tho running brooks, so every clrcumstanco In Ufo may bo tnado to hold and yield tho terror of infection, a pressure of fear that, growing, often weakens and some times annihilates tho intolloct. When It 1b posslblo that ignorance may bo both blissful and safe, the...

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. — 29 September 1911

LAUGHTER PLEASING TO GOD Nowhere In Biblical Lore Can There Be Found Intimation of Any Other Idea. Wo misjudge nnd distort tho nor mally humnn naturo of tho Saviour when wo plcturo him going through Hfo, as D an to did aftor ho had writ ten his "Iuforno," with tho shadows of perdition on his brow. Wo may gravoly question when It waB that tho cross began to darken our Lord's pathway; thero Is no hint of such a forobodlng until wo roach the mid dle of bin ministry. From that on thero aro occasional tokens that ho Baw Calvary ahead of him, and was at times pressed down with a dread ful senso of tho lnovltablo agony which awaited him at tho ond. But all this Is very far from affording any reasonable ground for tho conclusion that ho smllod somotlmos, but never laughed. If God did not Intond us to laugh, on occasion, why did ho endow us with tho capacity to laugh, with a senso of tho humorous, with tho fac ulty to soo and enjoy wit, fun and tho absurd sldo of Hfo; and, further more, why ...

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. — 29 September 1911

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS I'libllxliotl oyory Friday nt Gakhizozo - Nuw Muxico Eutorul n second oliisfi matter Junfl Vi, lt)()3, nt tho poslolllcn nt Oarrlzozo, Now Moxlou, uuilur thonctof MnroliS, 1871). UUUHCIUI'TION HATES' OnoYear .... $1.M) Six Mouths (by null) (1.00 JNO. A. HALEY, I'MTOn PLENTY OF GOOD TIMBER. The office of sheriff, rightly or wrongly, is considered one of the most important in the county, and, as a rule, there are more aspirants for this position than any of the other county offices. So far, five candidates have an nounced for this position in Lin coln county through the columns of the Nkws, making their an nouncements subject to the action of the democratic party. All of these men are first-class citi zens, interested in the welfare of the county, and willing, if elected to this position, to render a faith ful performance of duty. No mistake will be made by the dem ocrats in placing cither of these, men" on the ticket for sheriff. There are other men, it is true, wh...

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. — 29 September 1911

Rcpnblican Use of the Courts to Coerce Voters. For, many years the republican party lias prostituted the courts in some of the districts of the ter ritory to pastitian ends. One of the methods used is to procure indictments on trumped up char ges against democrats, Defend ants arc then given the option of going to the penitentiary or join ing the republican party. Some prefer the former alternative ; others go to the republican party. The following, typical of num berless cases, is the latest example of these methods: ( I'n tin t Iki tuconlM 0MI10 Dlxlrlct (,'oiirt, Snuln Ko county, Kept. 7. Hill). "Territory vs. Leandro Alarid, Carlos Alarid, Gregorio Alarid and Juan Antonio Valdes. Assault with deadly weapon. "Comes now the plaintiff in above entitled cause by her dis trict attorney, 15. C. Abbott, j.ud moves the coiir for the dismissal of said cause, and for grounds of said motion slates to the court that it will be impossible to ob tain sufHcieut evidence to secure a conviction;...

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. — 29 September 1911

Hagcnnan Will Not Support Bursum. work but light over the scnator- The following is an extract of slliPs- TIl4i)' mny soon settle on an interview with J5x-Govcrnor bul t second will cause a llagcrinan, given out Koswell, light as bad as the last Illinois and is of deep political interest fight. There are so many eon at this time, coming from a pro-, Hiding elements in the senatorial gressive republican, and deserves nice that those standing together thccaieful thought of our readers: before the election, will begin to "Will you support Bursum if he htflit like cats and dogs when it is the party nominee?" the young comes to choosing senators. It cx-governor was asked. ! will be so until we get an expres- "I most certainly will not," was ! 8io11 of thu Peol)lc 0,1 this subject, and without j 1U!immior nl)on U,L legislature. I "We have worked for statehood for 50 years and have talked of the benefits we should derive, and the very first crack it looks as if they were going to try to en...

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. — 29 September 1911

fHffgcrmnn Will Not Support Bursum. (Colli Inuiil from oiiicitc imtfii.l trol. Tin1 legislature can con tinue to reapportion the state honcver it deems necessary so that it can forever, under the present constitution, control the Stftlc and prevent an amendment being carried to the constitution. What will the people have left under thin kind of frame-up? The main underling motive of that document is the perpetua tion of machine rule in a con stantly lessening number of boss es. The whole thing can be Changed by the people working and voting for the amendment Which and then I POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For County Clerk. ' I hereby aiiiKMiiici' iu.Mlf n (iiimlliliit. fur , County ('lurk of Lincoln County, pi'inllim the iiittloo of tlin Democratic ii iniiirliw iiml nniulii utinu convention, lit. their iiiKiilnr cull. 1). W. ItOllHIlTS. I hereby iiuiumiicc my on iliilnry fur tlm ollleo of County Clink of Lincoln County. New Locations - 11. .1. Coweland lo- ii iiiuiiwijiwii i i . . i !.:, ....

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. — 29 September 1911

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS l'lihtiHhmi ovory I'riilny nt Cariuzozo - Nitw Mkxico Entcrul afl hocmul nlnna mutt or Juno I'-J, ltKIS, nt the podlolllco at C11rrl107.11, Now Mexico, umlar tha net of March 3, 1H7U. SUIWOHliTION ItATEH Quo Year .... $IM BixMoDths (by mall) . . . (1.00 JNO. A. HAIiKY, ItniTon LOCAL NEWS Frank J, Sager and wife visited 131 Paso this week. Miles B. May was in town yes terday from his home in Tortolita canyon. W. S. Bourne, wife and baby visited the Mesa and Capitan this week. Attorney A. II. Hudspeth was in town last night on his way to Tucumcari. Fred Pfingstcn was down from the Bonito district yesterday and went to El Paso this morning. Jas. A. Laffcrty was over from Richardson this week. He was here to have some dental work done. W. R. White, chairman of the board of county commissioners, was down from his home on the Mesa yesterday. Jas. A. Scott, chief clerk in the forest office at Capitan, came over yesterday on his way to the Gallina country. The show has co...

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. — 29 September 1911

8 8 Home Mission Society Entertainment. The entertainment given sit the Kcal hall last Friday night by the ladies of the M. 15. church, at- traded u crowded house, andi netted a neat stun for the man-, agement. The vocal and instru-: n mental selections were well re ceived, as they justly deserved, for they represented some of the best talent in the town. "The most laughable item on the program, of course, was the farce. "Sister Masons." The robes, the password, the siirns . i and the grip were most ludicrous;1 1 but the crowning feature, pre-j ceding the initiation of the no-, vitiates, was when the presiding, officer, with a grandiloquent 9) flourish, announced the iudepend-' ( encc of woman, and that they no lonires feared uuvthiuir. Just, however, as this announcement 9 was made, the keeper of the goat (A shrieked: "A mouse! A mouse!"1 Such a scramble for chairs and tables was never before seen, 1 each and all the members endea voring to shout louder than the other. When the mou...

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. — 29 September 1911

''14 ;.: w . ' . .,' 3. ; - iV Si ml - ? c Not on the Market. Tompkins Vontloy lias received a million dollars for his patent egg dat ing trnchlno. You know It is absolute' ly interforonco.proof, and dates cor rectly and Indelibly aB tho egg is be ing laid. Dowloy Is tho machine on tho mar ket yet? TcmpkinB Oh, my, nol and it won't bo oil tho market. Tho patent was bought by tho cold storage trust. A 8trauBs Havcn. Senator Dopew, at a recent dinner In Now York, said of Richard Strauss' music: "To hoar Strauss' 'Elektra' or his 'Domestic Symphony' always makes mo think of tho old Scotch plpor who said: " 'Ah, thoro'a ano nlcht I s'all ne'er forgot. Thoro wore nineteen pipers besides mysel' all In a wee bit parlor, all playln' different tunes. I Just thought I was In heaven!' " Big Future for Him. Tho visitor to tho Sunday school had been asked to talk to tho scholars. His thomo was tho possibility of youth. Ho dwelt at some length upon tho attainments of men of obscure childhood, and...

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. — 29 September 1911

.V ti -mm 4 STYLE FOR AUTUMN ad? 8TRIPE 8EEM8 SURELY TO HAVE FA8HION'8 FAVOR. Likely to Bo Mark of Coming Season's Smartness Hint as to Desirable and Economical Arrangement Shirts May Be Widened. Tho illustration demonstrates tlio fact that tho strlpo Is still with us, and that it is still usdd in many fan tastic ways. Now, tho corner stcro has many stripes amongtho summer leftovers; serges, silks, veilings, and all aro cheaper than they onco were, and can ho turned out with qulto n now autumn smartnoss. How? Why, by using a heavy hand of plain mate rial at tho bottom of tho skirt as hero, and omploying all the solid piping put on elsewhere. Thoso solid bits of black or color solidify materials In tho palest stripes, glvo tliom character, as A. ono might say. A doad white Bergo with hairline In black, or any color, may bo usod In this way, nlid If tho wearer la young and slim a scarlot lino and trimmings would ho excellent. Hero the bodlco and overdress of tho frock aro of black and...

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