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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 29 September 1911

Democrats of County Convene. (Ooutlnnod from first page.) The coinmittcc on resolutions presented its report, congratulat ing thedctnocrnts upon the growth of democratic sentiment, which is shown by the existence of pro gressive ideas as prevalent in the republican as the democratic party and indicating a revolt of huge proportions from the stand pat policies of the republican party, and a strong inclination to put those ideas into practice by uniting with the democrats: and as a further expression along these lines, adopted the follow ing resolution: Whkkuas, the constitution, framed by the republican bosses and corporation tools, is almost impossible of amendment, and, Whrkhas, the democrats and progressive republicans in con gress have provided in the Blue Ballot a means by which the peo ple of New Mexico may change the constitution so that a major ity of the legislature may submit amendments to the vote of the people, and, Wiikukas, this will be the only time in decades when the...

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. — 6 October 1911

A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOfcJMK 12. CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY. NEW MEXICO, OCTOBER 0, 1911. NUMBER 3G WINNING TICKET IS NAMED BY THE DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION. Mcdonald, of carrizozo, heads the ticket. The greatest and most enthusiastic meeting ever held in New Mexico passed into history at Santa Fe Thursday evening, when the first democratic state convention adjourned. The immense hall was packed to its capacity at every session of the convention with delegates, and the gallery was at all times crowded. Every county was fully represented, many having double and some triple the number of delegates they had votes in the convention. For temporary chairman, H. B. Fergusson, of Albuquer que, was chosen. Upon assuming the chair, Mr. Fergusson delivered a very able address. He outlined the position of the i democratic party upon the momentous questions of the day, i and, in burning, eloquent words, portrayed the wrongs under j which the people suffered. Per...

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. — 6 October 1911

8 FOR BUSINESS WEAR PRETTINE88 AND UTILITY COM BINED IN GARMENT. Short 8klrt of Tweed Almost India pensable 8umtner Golf Stocks Form Most Important Part of tho Wardrobe. Our Illustration dhows tlio short Bklrt of tweed tho business girl af fects as n clmngo from her usual nlco o 111 co suit, and which sho wears on the rnlny days, with a quick change of bodices at homo for dinner. Tho Bklrt would bo particularly useful If mndo of men's cloth black with a hairline of white and such smooth cloths and combinations aro both prac tical and dressy when tho walBt ac cordB. Tho ready-mado skirt In this I tho scant skirts. The French gowns still show them to a great extent) varying tho bottom lino of the panel with a V point, a doop scallop or a bias such as a sash end would have. A complete and lnexhaustlblo sup ply of neckwear In a difficult foat to accomplish, and yet horo, too, tho business woman who fully under stands office needs finds splendid ubo for tho Btimmer golf stocks, or those ...

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. — 6 October 1911

HON S WORK lMIff CITY Suoccss Shown by Numbers cf Callers at Philadelphia Headquarters. LOCAL MAN TELLS OF REMARKABLE RELIEF FROM RHEUMATISM IN YEAR'S TIME. Tho apparent nuccess with which Pro fessor Jumos M. Munyon, tho world famous health authority, has boon meet In E has started much discussion. Kvery street car hrlnes dozens of callers to his laboratories at 63d and Jefferson Streets, Philadelphia, Pa., and every mall brings thousands of letters from people Inqulr Injr nbout Munyon's Famous Ilonlth Cult. Professor Munyon's corps of export phy sicians Is kept busy seelntf callers and nnswerlnff tho mall. Pccullur to say, theso physicians prcscrlbo no medicine at all for CO per cent, of the callers and mall Inquiries; health hints, health ad vlco ana rules for right living aro given absolutely free. Medical udvlco and con ultatlon absolutely frco. Munyon's followers seem to be enor mous. Thoso who believe In his theories seem to think ho possesses tho most marvelous powers for tho...

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. — 6 October 1911

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS I'libllshod overy Friday nt Cakkizozo - New Mexico Entered nn second clns mnttrr Juno 12, lfKlS, nt tho postolliso at Cnrrlzozo, Now Moxlco, undor tbo net. of March S, 1870. BUHSCMITION ItATEtt' Ono Yonr $I.M Biz Months (by mail) . . . f 1.00 JNO. A. HALEY. Rmtoii DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. Governor W. C. McDonald, of Carrissoao, Lincoln county. LinuT.-GovKKNOR E. C. Baca, of San Miguel county. Secretary of State Antonio Lucero, of San Miguel county. Treasurer O. N. Marron, Ber nalillo county. Commissioner Public Lands J. h. Emerson, Eddy county. Auditor Frank Manzares. Attorney Gen. W. K. McGill. School Superintendent Alvan N. White. Corporation Commissioners O. L. Owen, S. Martinez, G. H. Vaustone. Supreme Court Judges Sum mers Burkhart, W. A.JDunn, R. II. Ilanna. Congress Harvey B. Ferguson and Paz Valverde. It certainly looks, bright for a democratic victory in New Mexico this fall, and a democratic presi dent next fall. The "political wheel," stationary for man...

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. — 6 October 1911

Qualifications of Officials for Stde and County Offices. Candidates to be eligible for office in the executive department must be citizens of the United States, at least 30 years of age nn-l resident in New Mexico live years preceding the election; the attorney general must be a li censed attorney of the supreme jiyurt of New Mexico, and the su- .permtendent of public instruction must be a trained and experienced educutor. No person may hold the ollicc of justice of the supreme court unless 30 years old, learned in law, and a resident of and legal practitioner in New Mexico for at least three years; time served on the bench being allowed, in lieu of practice of law. The qualifications of the dis trict judges are the same, and each shall reside in the district for which ho is elected. , Legislators must be qualified electors of their respective dis tricts, and residents of New Mex icr for at least three years next preceding their election. Senators must be at least 25 years years of ...

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. — 6 October 1911

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS I'libliNlmd uvory I'ririny lit Cakkikozu - Nkw Mkxico Hntcrtsl an puciitiil nlnin mutter Juno Vi, IPOS, nt tlio iKwtdlllcii at (liirriziizii, Now Muxico, unilor t Im net of Murcli 3, 1H7D. BUIIHCIUITION IIAT15S1 Oni) Yimr .... $i.r,o Bix Month (liy mall) - - - (1.00 JNO. A. HAIjKY. KiiiTon Socialists Nominate a Ticket. A mass meeting of the Social ists of Lincoln county met at the the Real Hall on Saturday evening- for the purpose of nominating' a county ticket. There was a good attendance of members most whom traveled long distances to take part in the proceedings. Several speakers addressed the meeting, and dwelt largely on the tenets of the Socialist doc trine. There was (mite a large number of ladies present who vied with their brothers in their enthusiasm. The preliminary business being disposed of, the following ticket was nominated by acclamation: Rufus Choate, Ancho, sheriff; Eugene F. Jones, Oscuro, trea surer and collector; C, B. Lane, county clerk; Walt...

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. — 6 October 1911

LOCAL NEWS J. M. Rice was down from the Larsons mine Wednesday. Perry Humphrey of LittlcCrcck spent a few days ill town this week. Fred Pfi tigs ten returned Satur day from a business trip to 131 Paso. J. R. Adams is able to be around again after nursing a fractured collar bone for several months. Dr. Watson was over from Lin coln several days this week at ' tending the count' commissioners proceedings. Frank Marsh and Al. Hedges came over from Jicarilla Satur day to meet their Socialist broth ers in convention. A nine pound boy arrived at the home Mr. and Mrs. H. h. Humphrey Saturday. All con cerned doing well. The crisp air these mornings is a gentle reminder that summer is fading away, and autumn is going to have its inning. Mrs. Frank English returned this week from a visit at Lincoln where was visiting her father, Mr. Pete Burleson. One of the biggest rains of the season fell Saturday, continuing the best part of the day. Several good showers fell since. The commissioners took ...

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. — 6 October 1911

CARRIZOZO NEWS oxiinizozo NEW MEXICO THE BU8YBODY. Wo Bhun thorn at ovory opportunity, thoso busybodlos who pose as our frlondB when really thoy tro qulto tho contrary, and who bcoui to think they nro endowed by n special act of Provl denco with regulating tho affairs of tholr neighbors as well as of thoso who would rather not bo their neigh bors. It Is oasy to comprehend how such persons earn their characteriza tion and easier still for us to apply such a description to all thoso who In any way display what wo may regard as an unduo Interest In our affairs, says tho Christian News and Courier. It Is posslblo, however,, that tho cap which wo placo bo unhesitatingly upon the heads of certain perBons would provo a better fit for us If wo could persuado ourselvos to "try It on." Unquestionably tho mero sug gestion to somo of us that wo could over ovorBtep tho limit of our friend ly IntoroBt in othors Is distasteful, and In many cases probably unwar ranted, yot It Is truo that ono of th...

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. — 6 October 1911

r THE ELKUM wm m ELECTRIC LAMP MOST NOVEL Permits Qlobo to Be Taken to Any Part of Ordinary Room Operated Llko Tape Measure. A most Ingenious Invention la tho portablo electric lamp designed by a Massachusetts man. With It ono can tako tho olcctrlc light globe to any point in an ordinary sized room and placo it whoro it 1b moat needed. A cord Is wound around a reel In n cir cular casing which has on ono oldo a socket Into which tho globo can bo scrowed. On tho freo end of tho cord Is an attaching plug and tho move ment of the cord Is regulated by a pin which Is operated by tho pressuro of tho thumb. Tho device resembles and acts llko a big spring tapo raoas- Novel Electrlo Lamp. tiro. To use the apparatus tho lamp Is unscrewed from Its wall bracket and scrowed Into tho sldo of tho case. The plug Is then screwed into the bracket, and tho lamp can bo moved aa far away as tho cord will allow, Bay about 1G fcot, and set down on tablo, piano, or any placo whero It is need ed. Useful in h...

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. — 6 October 1911

Hunting Big Game in Lincoln County. The hunting season for large game in New Mexico lasts from Oct. 15 to Nov. 15. If the sports man has not got a buck or a bear within the thirty days allowed by law, its all off for another year. But from the favorable location of this town the most unsophisticated nimrod may hike in any direction for the adja cent hills and feci reasonably cer tain of bagging a buck by the following day. The season for wild turkey lasts from Nov. 1 to to Dec. 31, and gives those who have been unlucky with the rille a chance to bring their shofguns into action. But, then, hunting . the wild gobbler is tame sport in comparison to bringing down big autlcrcd black-tail buck on the run at four or five hundred yards. And, again, there is always a chance for more or less excite jucnt in the hills. For instance, should the hunter come to close quarters with a big brown bear, who had lost a cub, and naturally was on the qui vive for anything on two legs carrying a gun. Thi...

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. — 13 October 1911

km i mi A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln Countv. VOLUME 12. CARRI550550, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW M1SXICO. OCTOBER 13, NUMBKK 37 EfmiUSIASTlC DEMONSTRATION, 'tween the republican and demo-! i-'ii t ur n i n n ,i crut'c P;i ftic were not discussed , ; InJIonorof W. C. McDinald, o cxccpt lIml lhc spelkor ,(1 Bay Democratic Nominee for that what the pjoplc wanted was '" Governor, upon his j an honest government of public' Homecoming. ( affairs, economically idtninister- . ed; and promised, if elected, to, TORCH LIGHT PARADE AND ADDRESSES, use his best efforts to bring about When it became known Mon-1 audi n result. I day that Hon. W. C. McDonald, ! following-the address of Mr. the democratic nominee for gov-' McDonald, the chairman made a cruor, would return home Tues- tew additional remarks which day evening, the town ot busy amused the crowd ai:d ore i led a to' give him a royal welcome demand fo more speechinaking. rin i ..... iiom. He came by auto from uneis irom tne crown ...

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. — 13 October 1911

1 PREPARE FOR AUTUMN RIGHT NOW 18 EXCELLENT TIME TO MAKE 8ELECTION. Tailored Styles Continue to Hold Their Own In Popular Favor Short Coat Is Also to Be Much In Vogue. Thla Is an excellent time for look ing up the things needed for the noxt three months, for at this tlmo autumn effects tnako tholr appoarance and they are generally much cheaper than Inter on. As usual, tailored styles are much considered, tho trim street suit and leng coat being In a way always tho snnio and easier to decide upon than tho moro fanciful garments. At nny rate, only tailored things aro seen to any extent, and theso aro quite plain, though tho fashion peoplo prom 1ho any number of fine surprises In a week or two. In fact, wo are told that tho street gown will bo quite fancy with trimming, thnt thoro will be odd cuts nnd vastly rich colors. Meanwhile, except for an Increasing width In the skirl, made by Inverted Qlalts stitched closely at tho top and flaring at the bottom, street suits are not greatly dif...

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. — 13 October 1911

MM AND mum HAND If FOR F'LUNG BOTTLE Apparatus PumpB Liquid Into Them and Gas Doea Not Escape Avoids Certain Amount of Waste. Very many pooplo who aro fond of good wlno will nppraclnto tho valuo of tho Invention of a Gorman for filling bottlcB. Tho dealers will be grateful becauso it enables them to fill bottlos moro rapidly and without waste, and the consumers will rejolco that tho STEAM AND WATER FOR HEAT Indications Are That Some Method Will Be Developed to Discontinue Use of Radiators, Tho main objoctlon to Urn uso of steam and water for heating In tho uso of tho radiators, tho appcaranco of which inuBt necessarily occupy tho most conspicuous placo in tho room! Tho Indications aro thnt this will bo met at no distant dato and somo method devoloped which will dis pense with the ubo of radiators. Tbo Romans heated their villas by a sys tem of doublo walla and floors, bo tweon which tho heat found its way and tho apartments wero maintained at a comfortable tomperaturo. An attempt to...

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. — 13 October 1911

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS PiiIiIIhIkmI ovory Frldny nt Cakkizozo - Nmw Mhxico HnUtrul a nacmul cIiihh nmtlor .limn 12. 1!(IS, nt tlio noMollIco nt. Cnrrlzozii, Now Mexico, nniiur thonctftf Murcli , IHit). BUHBOIUPTION HATIiH' OnoVVur .... $1.M) Six Month (by mail) - - I.0 J NO. A. HAIjUY, Kr.rron PLATFORM ADOPTED BY THE NEW MEXICO DEMOCRACY. We, the democrats of New Mex ico, in convention assembled at Santa Fc, do publish the follow ing1 declaration of principles in this campaign: We reaffirm oitr devotion to the principles of our political faith as announced in our last national and territorial platforms, believ ing1 that their execution makes for the highest and best interests of the people and will secure a government purer in its democ racy, a government of equal ntrhts to all with special privile ges to none. We rejoice with and congratu late the people on the final at tainment of statehood which se cures the opportunity for a full measure of home rule and self government in the condu...

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. — 13 October 1911

Commissioners' Proceedings, ptollmviiiir MJIiiii'llluliil rnport oflho lloimlof 0 ilirity CO!iiiiiUhI(iiium( oC Unnoln oouuly, hold li Uurrtzozu, Outulmr'i, mil. iVnfnlU-Unii, W. It. Whim, otnilt tmtn ; Itolit. jl,'J'nl(M nnil Ittliii'ilili) Diirmi. niiiniliiTHi 'Vm Mi liiitnnlt, diipuly huillf, unit I). T. Nc, dp Illy rlmk. Tlu-rn holiiK Milllr-ient. finiJn hi tlin lUOH tiinit ti pny lliu oiitKtuinlliiK iiiilclitciliK-HH Tor tliu )inir IlKxl, llm lio'il'il Imruliy uriliTH llmt mild Indulilod- li(JK ll'J l'llt nut (if Hill I fllllll, it fdllown: Jom Iji-oti I'ndillii $112. I'iolllii .SiiIiih 'Jin, lluliittlo (IiiIIhuuk 'i o, I'niiili I, inutility -25, MoU'ln liiiiuliliiy 'J'J.'i. Itnriiuln TurrcH I HI, .limn Oiirulc:! 15, Wilbur l.umhlu 'i il, V It Duni'dey ift, I'nmk I.CMiiotill.1,Timi Wnlliiri. 2 23, (ico H Trout 1 78, .1 A Kltfii i I M), lion Knwutz 2 70 H(1 AuiliT-nn I 115, l! W lljili) IM5, W (' llyila 1 It',, .1 1! Wliurtou 4 :t5. J (' Wlt.trtmi I !I5, Trinl iliul Vlwll 'J 70,...

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. — 13 October 1911

THE CARRiZOZO NEWS PiiIiIIhIumI iivi'iy Krlilny nt Cakrizozo - Nkw Mkxico ftntfirtil ii h hociimiI cIiinh mutter Jimu 12, 1IHW, nt 'tlfu Mtolllci) at Cirrlzo.o, Nuw Moxlco, iimlur UranEtof Miiroha, 1B7U HUHH0KUT10N KATKH- Oun Year - - $.M) Blx Montji (liy nuiil) . . $1.00 J NO. A. IIAIiHY, Kmtoii LOCAL NEWS Mrs. G. h. Ulrick went to 131 Paso Sunday. James Lee was down from the Oaks yesterday. Gapt. D. W. Roberts was up from Oscuro a couple of days this week. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. J. Dingwall arrived yesterday from Dawson, and will in future make Carrizozo their home. Martin L. Moore came in from Dawson todav and left in the evening on a visit to Capitan, his former home. John II. Canning, A. H. Har vey and W. R. White made a trip to Corona Tuesday, returning the following day. G. 13. Greer was over from the Bonito Tuesday. He reports two or three light frosts, but says frost was much later this year than usual. L. R. Lamay, a stock farmer of the Mesa, was down Tuesday, lie reports a fai...

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. — 13 October 1911

V:v DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM. , (Continued from edltoihil pno ) in flttcticcs; find as fur as possible,' , vc dciuaiul a speedy survey and Sub-division of all unsurveyed public lauds in our state to the end that settlement and develop ment of the same may not be re- .luructi, anu uiai uie many seiners now located thereupon may be able to make selections of the lands granted by the act of con gress from the whole of the public domain at as early a date as possible. We favor a stringent and oper ative "corrupt practice" net; we favor fair and honest elections, a free ballot and an honest count. We favor the enactment of a well defined and effective public road law and the expenditure of all money collected for such pur-' poses in an intelligent and wise manner. We favor the enactment of an effective drainage law. We reaffirm our belief in the principles of direct legislation as embodied in the iniative and ref erendum, because these principles bring the government nearer to the people and ...

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. — 13 October 1911

CARRIZOZO NEWS OAiinizozo NEW MEXICO European war clouds do not always prcsngo a storm. Keep your vacation wttbln tbo lira ItB of your purso. Tho auto nnd tho aoroplano contin ue to bo deadly rivals. It Is not too lato for you to send a kiddle or two to tho country. Tbo way to keep boys on tho farm Ib to mako farm llfo moro attractive. Chicago Is to havo a "soul hospital." Tho patlonts, of course, will como from outsldo. Among tho other exciting events of up-to-dnta civilization tho modern flsh story is now duo. Tho Now York woman who has a 125,000 anklot evidently bolloves In saving something for a rainy day. A now metal 40 por cent, lighter than aluminum will mako airships safer, but not so anfo as walking. If tho breach of promise industry continues to incroaso, tho art or letter writing will soon bo a tiling of tho past A tax I crib driver who hns Inherited 111.000 Is coine to stick to his 1ob. Ho may havo a motor of his own to dilato tho legacy. Tho soda fountain clerk mny not ...

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. — 13 October 1911

BEAUTIFUL POST CARDS FREE Beadleatemp (or flra lamplea of my jtrj cbolo at Gold Mmbuiicd Birthday, Flower and Motto Poit Otrdi beautiful ootora and loralleit deilgna. ATI Po4t Card Club, 711 JaoJuon fit., Topeka, K&nwa Just Bet to work and do a thing, and don't talk about It This 1b the groat eocret of bucccbb In all entor prlsoB, Sarah Qrand. AHK roil ALTON'S TOOT-HABB tba Antiseptic powoer to shako Into rourahoea, It. llarei Obm, Ilunlona, Ingrowing Nalln, Bnollen and Sweating feet, Dilators and Callous apola. Bold rerywhuro, S5o. Don't acctpt any tubiUtult. Bain. pltFRHU. Address Alton B. Olmsted, Lolloy.N.Y. Good Reason. "Why did Jagaby leavo tho cast of that tank drama?" "Oocauso ho wanUd to bo tho tank." Had the 8amo Trouble. Howoll Thoy aay that tho new Qucon likes to havo her own way. Powell My wlfo Is a queen, all right. A Gleam of Hope. "I hear that Bitter's daughter eloped with his chauffeur." "Yes, and Dlltor wired his forgive noss." "What did ho do that for?" "Ho sa...

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