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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 13 October 1911

POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS' For County Clerlu 1 linrabv nnnounco m n!f a cundliiuto fur County Clerk if Lincoln County, iiullnK the netlon of tlio Democratic prlmnrle and nomln ntlilK convention, nt tlivlr rt-Kiilnr cull. 1). W. llOltUHTS. 1 horoby announce my emulltlnry for tlio ollloo ot Comity Clork of Lincoln County. Now Mnxico, wibjnct to (ha notion of I ho democratic lirly in Unduly constituted contention. W. IS KlMlVHK.il.. s 8 1 bcroly minoiinco my candidacy for OioolTleo of County Clerk ot Lincoln noiinty, mbjuct to t'hn (ixprpMixl will of Ilia dcmo.-.rntlc party In irlmiirlcB and convention, B. NV, I'kiuiv. For Sheriff. I dfnirc to nntioiinco inynolf u cnlidldnto for tlio (illlcn of Sheriff of Lincoln County, nubjoct to tlio will of the dulcgiitctt at tlio Domoorutlo nbinlnaliiiK convcntlou. a. t. Konrmts. I hereby ntmoiincu my cnmlltlnoy for tlio oillco of Sheriff of Lincoln county, nubjttct to tlio nation of tlio dolrKiten at t bo Democratic Nom inntliu: Contention. JOB LON...

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. — 20 October 1911

Garruojo i A Journal Devou .icoiii County. VQftUME 12. CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, inEW MEXICO, OCTOBER 20, tn. NUMBER 38 The Damacratic Rally. Mr. Bursuni, the republican nom- f The first big democratic rally ! i"oe for governor the tnati that dt tiiu campaign in Lincoln cnun-j burned the book'.? but when he ty-. wit a Jiold in Garri,o.o Tuesday j nicniioncd the name of W. C. Gvimingi The Real hall was j McDonald as the first governor ptickQil to the doors with an en-, of the stale of New Mc.ico the thusistetic audience eager to hearji fipplause was deafening., The such able speakers as H. B. Per-! blue ballot, he stated, called for guson, of Albuquerque; Alvin N. I the support of all, as it made the Whitti, of Silver City; and IS. C. 'constitution easier or s.meudmeut. de Baca, of Las Vegas, nominee Mr. Ferguson was loudly ap ron Lieut. Governor. Thanks to plaudid. Mrs; V. C. McDonald, wile or the - dEnfqcratic candidate for governor i Killed in the Yards, and a number of other pat...

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. — 20 October 1911

CARRIZOZO NEWS OARMZOZO NEW MEXICO BEING A GOOD FELLOW. Every now and then wo hear of lorao ono dying In bltlor povorty aftor having spent a fortuno In "being a good fellow." Of such a ono It 1b com monly Bald while ho Is alive and spending that ho has a "heart Uko an ox and a hand always deep In his pocket j" he 1b spoken of frequently within his own hearing as n "prince among men" or "ono of nature's noblo- men." It seems passing strange Unit a man with the power to attract to himself bo many warm friends should not have any willing to pay hlB funeral expenses, says the New York Horald. Vet bucIi Is ofton the case. It 1b a fact frequently commented on by nhlloBODhers that tlieao peerages of cafe creation dlo with the fortunoo that produco thorn. A real "prince among men" or "naturo's nobleman" loses his titlo when his money ceases to burn holes in his pocket, after which ho should set aside a llttlo money for his own obBcauloB. But those who arguo from the forlorn and trlendlcsB p...

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. — 20 October 1911

Incorrigible. "Havo you laid by anything; for a falny day?" asked tho serious friend. "Yes," replied tho frivolous person. "I'm cutting out all tho 'fnlr-nml-warra-or' weather predictions and preserving them." Ship News In Nineteen Twenty-five. Owner (whon tho bout arrives at Now York Did you havo a good voy ago? Gaptaln Pretty fair. You'd bettor send a man to Halifax at onco by spe cial train, though to fix her stern. Consoling. Sweltering Passongcr (on railroad train) This window Btlcks so I can't got it up. Conductor Yes. Wood is Bwollon a llttlo by tho ralr. It'll bo all right in a fow days. A Gentle Hint. "But look hero, Snlpp." said Slow pay, "you haven't put any pockets in those trousers. What's tho matter with you?" "Why, Mr. Slowpay," ropllod tho man of clothes, " was going to sug gest that In case you ever had any thing to put Into them you send It up to us to keep for you." A Vigorous Veteran. "Undo Joo" Cannon said of tho ver orans of tho Civil War the other day: "They l...

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. — 20 October 1911

... &iJr TeHE CARR1Z0Z0 NEWS I'iiIiIIhIkkI pvcry l'rlilny at Carrizozo - Nuw Mkxico Ktitardl an huciiml clnim mutter.) una 12, IIHI3, nt tlid poHlollIro ut(liirrfj!i.o, Now Moxlco, tlliilur tlio net of Muroli.1, IH7II. BUIIHOIIII'TION MATHS' Omi VVur - - $l.r.O Six Months (l.y mull) 1.00 J NO. A. HAMiV. Kmtoii Democrats Name County Ticket. After a three-day and three night session, the democratic county convention adjourned at Lincoln Friday evening1 at six o'clock. The convention, during" its lengthy deliberations, was marked by more than one hard contest, but little bitterness was displayed at any time. John M. Penfield, for treasurer, Watt Gilmore, for assessor, A. II. Norton, for probate judge, J. E. Koonce, for superintendent of schools, B R. Robinson, for sur veyor, and Modesto Chavez, for comiuisssioner of the first district, were nominated by acclamation. For sheriff, 40 ballots were taken, seven names being voted upon without result. During the balloting the men receivi...

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. — 20 October 1911

Mcdonald addition Lots 25 and 50 x 130 Feet. When you liny a lot here it is 130 feet long, facing-on a street 811 feet wide, whether for a home or for a business location. Investigate before you buy. A S(unrc Dual (lunnmtei-d. W. C. MCDONALD. Oflke in "Oriental" Bldtf. The Statehood Jubilee Opened at El Paso. h A large number of our people; lire ' talcing in the Statehood Jubilee in 131 Paso this week. '; With two governors already there 0. LI. Colquitt, of Texas and R. J2. Sloan, of Arizona and the others due to arrive, with the oity covered with a mass of nat- ioual and Mexican colors and Vxand bands playing everywhere,, I the big Statehood Jubilee is in full force. Truly, 131 Paso is keeping open house in honor of her next door neighbors, Arizona and New Mex ico. The Hags and decorations are all in place, the electric lights have been strung and the last de tail of preparation for the big celcbrttion completed. The Statehood Jubilee is one big show that was ready on time. There w...

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. — 20 October 1911

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS I'lililiHliiid (tvcry Krliluy at i Cakkizozo - Nuw Mkxico ltittcri.il iih Hnuoml clitrw mutter .Juno 11!, HKlS, nt tint poMnlllcit nt ('nrrlzozii, Now Muxico, iiiulnr tlioiictof Murcli.1, 1H7U. SUHHOHII'TiON KATKB Oiio Yriir .... $t.ru Hlx MotitliH (by innil) . . f !.() JNO. A. UAIiHY, Kmtoii LOCAL NEWS Ira O. Wet more was up from El Paso a few days this week. Mrs. W. S. Bourne -left for Three Rivers this week on a visit to her parents. W. T. Kennedy and J. B. Per kins, of Ancho, were visitors in Carrizozo this week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry 13. Dawson arc taking In the festivities at the state jubilee at El Paso this week, See Zicglcr Bros. ad. in this issue. It will save money for you, but act early because such rare bargains will soon be sold. M. B. Paden will leave for Im perial, Cal., this week, where ex pects the climate will benefit his rheumatism. Sunday was the opening of the deer season, since which a num ber of sports have hiked for the hills to get theirs. B...

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. — 20 October 1911

McDonald Fires Some Hot Shots.inlo , r11 ,je around. The fight is go ing to be pretty warm and that is where I want to be. Forget the Ranks of the Opposition. A Tew' Paragrtph Taken From I lis AILu qucrque .Speech. Mr McDonald lays no claim to 16 being- an orator, but he held itlie closest attention of his audi tors while he spoke. Among the many terse and impnssive state ments made by hiin were: They say I am unknown and un tried. The more the bosses try me the better they will know me. The issue in this campaign is honest government, and not ma chine rule, The boss is the one great issue. wnetner you are a democrat or a ' republican. If you have the wel ' fare of the state at heart, cast your vote intelligently and hon estly. If you elect me, I'll do the best I can, and if you defeat me , I will come to Alb'uquorquc smil ing the same as ever. Hon. John Y. Hewitt, demo cratic nominee for judge of the third judicial district, visited Tor rance and Otero counties this week in the int...

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. — 20 October 1911

DEATH BEFORE 100 YEARS IS SUICIDE Prof. Munyon Says Ignorance of Laws of Health Explains Early End of Life. KITCHEN GRATER IS ROTARY Implement Has Wheel That Revolve! While Nutmeg or Onion Is Held Against It. Ad It is usually worn on who manip ulate graters it was only right that it should bo ono of that sex in Ohio who designed tho rotary utensil of this typo reproduced herewith. Tho old-fashioned method of grating to nutmeg, onion or whatover it might be, waB to rub tho articlo up and NOTED SCIENTIST HAS ENCOURAGING WORD FOR DESPONDENT MEN AND WOMEN "Death boforo 100 years of ago has been reuclieil Is nothing more or less than alow sulcldo. A man (or woman) Who dies at un earlier axu Is simply Igno rant ot the laws of health." Such wan tho original and rather startling statement made by Professor James M. Munyon, the futrrna PhUndel nlilu health uuthorltv. who establish ing health headquarters in ,,1 tho largo cities or tno worm ror tno pi.i-poao or get ting In direct touch with h...

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. — 20 October 1911

SPENT HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS. A Gate of Terrible Kidney Trouble and How It Was Cured. Charles B. Berg, SIC N. Sixth St., Walla Walla, Wash., says: "A Bharp pain liko tho stab of a knlfo caught mo wbllo Btoopliig and nftcr that it was "With mo con Htantly. I hecamo bo bad I had to tako to my bed. My face Bwcllcd and my kid noyB were In terrlblo ahapo. I lost weight, and was bothored by dizzy spoils. I spent hundreds of dollars Without relief. Doan's Kidney Pills cured me permanently and I believe they saved my llfo." "When Your Back Is Lame, Remem ber tho Name DOAN'S." For sale by druggists and general torokeopers everywhere. Prlco BOc. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. His Future Expenditures. Among tho most frequent requests that go to tho United States senate aro those asking some prominent member to give monoy to charity or ganizations, hospitals and othor phi lanthropic undertakings. Ono day a charity worker aBked Senator Flint of California, who is not a wealthy man, to glvo a la...

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. — 20 October 1911

The Republican Ticket. The republicans of this county met in convention at Lincoln, Monday, and nominated the fol lowing county ticket: Representative Jus. V. fully, Glcncoc. Sheriff Robt. Brady, Lincoln. Treasurer Dr. T. W. Watson, Lincoln. County Clerk A. II. Harvey, Carrizozo. Assessor Henry Corn, Raben ton. Commissioners First district, Rumaldo Duran, Lincoln; second district, Sam Wells, White Oaks; third district, Geo. Coc, Glencoe. Probate Judge Dorotco Luce ro, Arabela. Superintendent of Schools Mrs. Wallace Gumm, Carrizozo. ' County Surveyor Frank Thcu rer, Carrizozo. Most of the candidates have al ready started on their rounds of the different precincts to button hole the voters. Progress of Singletax Sentiment. An editorial in the San Francisco , Chronicle is one of man' indicat ions that a boom is setting in for the Singletax. The San Francisco Clothing! ALT. WOO!- It.WD TULOnnD co. sezzaKBgaaHB ; aaa mm ) Chronicle was more likely, perh aps, to be the last rather than th...

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. — 27 October 1911

IS "1 4 .loum?! Devotedto m HQterects of Lincoln County. Ml 1. V. .. - LINCOLN OOfJNTY, MEW MKXICO, OCTOHKK 27. 111. NUMBKH 39 W.'M McCoy, ifoMi W.Terry. J.lfcn M. IBDMiMti, C -o. B. Bent, Er4 CMdo Ranniger, VV. E. iMam-liard. Sciulo Saltifcnr, and JaMeS V. Tully, Candidates lur Legislative positions in Voted for by the vot- rs of Lincoln County, , New-Mexico, Qre ntleu'cr ' The undersiy tied Repitbli -ciui VOtars of said County, to- gtHitcr With many others to know before casting- onr votes hrtw each of yon stand upon the following: 1. Do vnu favor the amend went of our iou.iiintion as indi cated. by the "lilue Ballot" to make the censtitution more easily amended? 3. Are you in favor of a work able clause providing for the in- Attend I he Cotttfltnttsii. There are ma ur things tu the New Mexivo eoiustlintlon that arc repugnant to the average man, ai d that is why the AHltie Ballot is so popular with the people Besides t!'c glaring inconsist encies, to wliidi advocate of good govern...

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. — 27 October 1911

4 '(Mi". " r $5 St I mm Iff CARRIZOZO NEWS 0AR11IZOZO NEW MEXICO I?-. MEDICINE IN DAYS OF OLD Talisman and Charms That Took the Place of Drugs In Treating Diseases. Talismans In tho old days were nat ural obJootB, gonorally Imagined to be marked llko tho algnB of the planets or zodiac, but sometimes thoy were precious stones. Thoy aro confound ed to a cortaln extent with amulets, which Arabic word signifies anything Buapondod. Charms, on tho othor hand, from tho Latin carmen, a song, refer to written spells, collections of words often without sense, like tho famous "Abracadabra." In tho tlmo of tho crusades fnlth In tho virtue of precious stones was uni versal, and to each wero attributed special properties. Tho hollotropo or bloodstono, now worn so much In Beal rings, "stanchoth blood, drlvoth away poisons, presorvoth health; yoa, and some write that It provoketh rain and darkonoth the sunne, suffering not him that benroth It to bo abused. A to paz healeth tho lunatlcko person of h...

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. — 27 October 1911

TRY THIS MINCE PIE RBOIPE FOR THE FAVORITE AMERICAN PA8TRY. Orated Cheese Rolled Into the Top - Crust Is Delicious How to Mako Cream Tartlets and Wholo Wheat Gems. Mlnco Plo. For ono plo ubo half a cupful of raw meat chopped vory lino, one cupful of sour apples chopped mo dlum lino, quarter cupful of needed raisins, ono tablespoonful of dried cur rants, ono rounding tablespoonful of buttor, half a lovot toaspoonful each of salt and cinnamon, and a Quarter tea spoonful of maco and cloves mixed; ono-quarter cupful of fruit juices loft from canned fruit, or, If this Is not handy, ubo two tablospoonfuls of vinegar and two of water, with enough sugar to sweoton. If desired, half a cupful of currant Jolly can be usod with tho vinegar and wator. Spread In a postry-llncd tin, placo a crust on top, or Ijalto strips of tho paBtry Instead, and bako In a moderately hot oven un til a dollcato brown. A dollr-lous way to combine chcoso and plo j to add to tho pastry whon rolling out a tabto spoonf...

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. — 27 October 1911

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS 1'iiIjIIhIhmI ovcry Prlilny'at Cakkizozo - Nkw Muxico llutorwl nHVocimil oIiirm mutter Juno 12, 10(13, nt Hid iMiHlolllru nt Ourrizozo, Now Muxico, uniltir tlxi net Of Mnrch 3, 1B7U. HUIISOIUPTION 1UTE8 OnuYeiir .... 161.no Blx Months (liy nmll) . . . 1.00 J NO. A. HAtilfY, Kwtoii Why Did Burtum Do This? It docs not require a very re tentive memory to recall the stir ring events that shook the staid old city of Santa Pe in 1906. An investigation of the penitentiary was in progress under the direc tion of Governor Hagcrman, who was attempting to give New Mexico a clean and honest gov ernment. Bursum was? removed as superintendent of the peniten tiary, because he was found to be short in his accounts, and if any doubt exists as to a part of that shortage, the following, over the signature of the republican can didate: H. O. Bursum, Stockrniser. Socorro, N. M., July 27, 1906, Hon, J. II. V.uighu, Treasurer, Santa Pe, N. M. Dear Sir: Irfchccking over my accounts with ...

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. — 27 October 1911

A' 'im CARRIZOZO NEWS I'llllllHhiiil nvory l'riilny lit GA'itKi.o.o - Nkw Mjcxico iltijrO(J jjaowiiiil ulntiM unit tor .hum 1U0S, it tllB liTOUilHro iiUinrrl.iizip, Nmv Aliixlco. mule '-not of 'Mnruha. 1870. SUHScitirriuN hatiis OnoVair .... $i,mj Stx.MnnUiB (liy mull) . . . fi.W) J NO, A. IIAM5V. Knrroii LOCAL NEWS The Senior Philathea of the Baptist Sunday School met at the home of Rev. C. I Walker for the purpose of installing of ficers and having a social time. Gaines were plaj'cd and refresh ments were served, after which wo went went home at an early hour. The following officrs were installed: Pres. Nancie Barefoot; Vice. Pres. Minnie Daniels; Sec. Ruby Perry; Treas. Sibyl Perry; Rap. Lea Kenncday. Lka Kknnkdy Km. Spanimi Tuesdays and Frid ays 4:305:30, at school building. 25c. per lesson. Jane P-rockway. A big line of boys' sweaters, knickerbockers, trousers, shirts. Also the best boys' shoes on earth the Buster Brown Blue Ribbon. Cieglcr Bros. Fred Burleson returned from 131...

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. — 27 October 1911

Mcdonald addition Lots 25 and ,50 x 130 Feet. When you buy a lot hero it is 130 feet long, facing on a street 80 feet wide, whether for a home or for a business location. Investigate before you buy. A Square Deal Cunruiitced. JOHN E. BELL (Successor to Win Held & Bell) Staple & Fancy Groceries Fresh Vegetables from Mesilla Valley Gardens Every Week. Prompt attention Given Phone Orders. W. C. MCDONALD. Oflice in "Oriental" Bid";. Notice for Publication. No. 02;.nai Application for Patent. (Tultuil BtntcH Lund Olllcu, Ilnxwell, Now Mexico, Aiiwuxt" It'll. NoiIbh In herehy Khun Hint tlm 'Tallfonila Indiii-lrliil 1'iimpFiiiv," 11 eorporuHon, liy .toliti M. l'entielil. Hh uttorney In fact, has itmdeappll cut Iiim fur 11 United StiitiiH imtcnt for tlmUnicii villa Iron Lode itiirifiw cliiim, Hlluuto in I'M Ciipltun inlnitw district, Lincoln county. Now Mnxioii. cotiMlftliiuof ttll 7N linear ft-nl of tlm vein, lodu or depo.it, liciirlnu u"dd, Mlver, Iron mill other valuable mliiprii...

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. — 27 October 1911

IMtflWl "TT -.V';'"' v " V; '". COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS. Prdccdings of the Honorable; fjorad of County Commissioners, mnetiug held in Carrizozo, N. M, October 26th. 1911 , 1 l. M . Pro'-tit lion. VV. R. White, Ghw"" in; R. JI. Taylor, R. A. Dmai., members; Win M Burnett,1 deputy sheriff; O T Nye, deputy clerk. In the mutter of the report of J. I. Tipton, Census enumerator, appuiuted by the Board of County Commissioners to take the Census in Precinct No. 13, Lincoln Comity, The report of said enu merator shows the following1: Persons found in the Town of Corona 152, persons found in rest of District 305, total persons in entire district 457. The report of said enumerator is a pproed by the board. Now comes James Davidson and Pablo Chavez by their Attorney, Baca, has Vegas, N. M. Socialist candidate, Charles F. C'toddard, Currizozo, N. M. For Secretary of State. Republican candidate, Secun dino Romero, Las Vegas, N. M. Democratic candidate, Antonio Lttcero, Las Vegas, N. M. Socinli...

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. — 27 October 1911

HAVE YOU 8U8PECTED YOUrl KIDNEY8? Thousanda suffer from backacho, hoadacho, dizziness and weariness without suspecting their kidneys. :EvnP!itv Airs. Joseph UrOBB, pTtlUASUrf Church St., Morrlllton, Ark., snys: "For weeks I was all doubled over with pain. I becamo so dizzy I had to grasp something to keep from falling and my ankles woro swollen to nearly twico their natural slzo. Nono of tho doctors un derstood my caso and I felt myself sinking lower day by day. I improved rapidly through tho ubo of Doan's Kid ney Fills and at last was entirely cured." "When Your Back Is Lamo, Remem ber tho Name DOAN'S." For sale by druggists and gcnoral storekeepers everywhere. Price COc, Fostcr-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. i .i - i i . i THEN THE AGENT FLED. IT SAVES TIME AND TEMPER Tnsuranco Agent I'd like to wrlto a policy on your life. Mr. Brighton Early Botter not. I was born under a lucky Btar. If you'd insuro mo today it's ten to ono I'd die tomorrow. The Trouble With Humor. 13. N. Brown, pre...

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. — 27 October 1911

r itf!! LATEST m GOWNS MADE SIMPLE WEDDING QARMENT8 ARE NOT MARKED BY SPLENDOR. Many Novelties Have Been Evolved by the Modistes to Give Dis tinctive Styles to the Dressos of tno Season. Of tbo making of wedding gowns thoro is no end nt this moment, and all tastes seem to have agreed upon nupplo fabrics, whatever the grandeur or simplicity of tho gown. No tex ture can bo used that falls stiffly, so if thoro 1b a court train this, too, Is of tho softest satin of silk, lined and wadded for body. Satin charmeuso, which is a smooth faced, cruslinblo material of uncom mon beauty, is much used, this lend ing Itself to a certain maiden sweet- tho promptings of common sense some of her madnessos seem delightfully effective For instanco, a wedding frock lately mado for a brldo-oloct had a train In two distinct points, and one of thoBo longer than tho other! Tho train was cut up In a V In tho back, tho two sldo pieces woro then gathored and trimmed each with a big flat rosette. Yet funny as I...

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