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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 16 October 1908

A TEXAS CLERGYMAN Speaks Out for the Benefit of Suffering Thousands, Itov. 0. M. amy, Ilaptlsl Clergyman, of Whltoaboro, Tex., says: "Four years DUO I BIlfforLHl IlllS- cry with lumbago. U v o r y movement wnH ono of pnln. Dunn'B Kldnoy Pills romovod tho whole HnA. .... I.. n Hll,,rt tln10, AI il ,fV 7 tliuiiKli I ilo not W7 Ilka to hnvo my nnmo used publicly, I make nn oxcopllon In this coso, bo Hint othar HiifTrcrs from kldnoy trou bio may profit by my oxporlencc." Sold by nil dealers. CO cants a box. Fostor-Mllburn Co., Iluffnlo, N.Y. POINTER DY THE PICKPOCKET. RIPS OR CANNED PEACHES. Best Method for the Protection of a Diamond 8tud. "An ncqunlntnnco of mlno had a queer oxpurlonco llio otbor tiny," said a man who Iiiib not much faith In any ill I mi;. "A short llmo ago ho wnB In tjodifcod to a pickpocket by a friend. Tho plokpookvt Ih ono of tho best In thO bllBlllOBS. "My frlond didn't think anything moro about him, but tho othur night ho wnH In p saloon, nftor ho hnd boon colob...

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. — 16 October 1908

TO BtitllN MININU OPGRATIONS. Chas. A. Stevens, manager of tlie Iqwa St New Mexico Mining Co., and Atltott Slifsgard, repre senting the eastern stockholders of that company, called at the Nitws office one dav this week, and informed us that prepara tions were about completed for some substantial development work on the Schelcrvillc proper ties. These propcrtie arc located on the west slope of the White mountains, about eight miles southeast of Carrizozo. Several claims were patented some years ago by the company and consid erable development work done. One shaft has readied a depth of 247 feet, and the present work will begin at that depth, and it is the present intention to sink to a depth of 500 feet. The death of II. U. White, who was presi of the cotnpauy, delayed opera tions, but work will now be push ed with vigor. This company also holds n number of patented properties on the Uonito, near Mr. Stevens' home. They run very well in gold, while the Schclcrville proposition is pri...

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. — 23 October 1908

CARRIZOZO NEWS A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME '). CAKKIXOKO. LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, OCTOBER 23. 1J08. NUMBER 33 ANDREWS AND OTHERS. The republican candidate for dcleiratc to contrrcBS, Governor Ullll ti IllillllfUl Ul UMIUia I' reached Carrizozo at three o'clock ! told the threadbare story of the will not be docked for the month spent campaigning for Andrews. A young man by the name of I Simms was next introduced, who KHISKSK roR0 WBIWH VBHh HHHflV 9 "At the House of Good Taste." Sunday morning on their swing around the circle. The crowd se cured teams ntid, accompanied by a number of local republicans, drove to Lincoln that day. Mon day morning at ten o'clock they were greeted by a large crowd at the courthouse, and soon there after the bunch proceeded to Cap stan where a meeting had been arranicd. Takinir the train at Capitan, all except Gov. Curry, thiy arrived in Carrizazo about seven o'clock. The meeting here Monday night drew a large crowd to...

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. — 23 October 1908

'AT IRONING BOARD EASY WAY BY WHICH TO SAVE MUCH DISCOMFORT. Need for the Physical Pain and I Loss of Temper That Too Often Are Accompaniment! of Ironing Day. "I'm going to turn savago," said i lushed young woman an bIio took n snowy pile of llngorlo blouses and tailored hlrl-wnlatB froni tho liorso. "My back Is broken and my tompur ruined all because tho fashions decroo wrlnklolcss and spotless waists and I'm too poor to hnvo thorn 'dono out.' 1 could cry from fntlguo nnd my back never llmbors us for two days after a bout at Ironing." ' "What's tho matter with tho board?" said hor friend. "Tnko oft that In credulous starol It It Is not tho board :that aflllcts your back, I'll do your next wook's ironing for you. ! "I had Just tho snmo troublo until 1 discovered that tho board was too low. I had woodou horses oxnetly tho .height to bo comfortablo built to rest It on and now can Iron all day and bo scarcely tired. "Most women rest their Ironing .board on tho back oJ a chair and a tab...

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. — 23 October 1908

CHIEF OF ARMY ENGINEERS Cui'rlickt If WaMoa rtTMtt Lieutenant Colonel T. W. Symoni, recently appointed chief of engineers of the United States army, has directed the uulldinn of some of the oreateit engineering works under the supervision of the war department; he built the largest breakwater In the world at Buffalo. He graduated from West Point In 1874. FOR A QUIET TOWNl LIVELY CAMPAIGN QOINQ ON IN NEW YORK. Can a Rooster Be Restrained from His Natural Instinct of Crowing? Complications In the Cru sade Against Noise. Now York. "No court In tlio world run restrain a chicken from exercising Ills imturnl Instincts," said MuRlHtrnto llrcon In tlio West side court, when IJiiBono nitinienstcln was nrrnlgncd bo foro him charged with maintaining n nolso nuisance I'ollco Commissioner llliiKlinm had received n numbor of letters slnco his uolso crusado started declaring that llluincnstoln, who runs n ftnloon, kopt n rooster nnd four clilckons on IiIh roof, nnd that tlio chickens awakened all ...

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. — 23 October 1908

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS PublUhcd every r"rld.jr at Cakkizozo - Nkw Mkxico. Kntered M neeonil otiuM mnttur Juno 12, ItfOH.nt the tnwlofHwi irt ('.arrlioto, New Mexico, under the Act nf Mweli a, 187D. I NO, A. IIAI.KY, Ktlllnr. HUlmClllITlON KATHHi Doe Yer, ilx Munthi, II. W ii.oo DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Prealdent of the United States. William J. Br van. For V.-F're. of the United States. John W. Khun. For Delegate to Congress, 0. A. Lakhazolo. Legislative Ticket. Fun Council, llTH Dwtmcti JOHN Y. HKWIIT, Foe UtrnutNTATiVK 18tii DiaTBiori- JAMEH W. MULLINH. Hob ltitrHMiMTATtTK 10m Dutmcti OHAULEH II. MUCK. County Ticket. ForBlierlfl- J011N COLI!. ForTreaiiurcr anil Collector JOHN M. l'EN FIELD. For Aiittmr- FOItPUllO CHAVEZ, For l'robnlo Judge IJIiltNAUDO BAMZAIt. For Probate Clprk- U II. DOW. For Supcrlult'Dilcnt of Bcliooli JNO. A. HALEY. For C'omrali.loncr, Swiiiul Dl.trlct- IIOWT. II. TAYLOU. (For CominlIimcr, Tlilrd DUtrlct 0. W. WINHVIULI). For BurYejror J. I, TI1TON. Thihtv-fouk year...

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. — 23 October 1908

ArroRTiONMiWT oi School For Lincoln Count. BUSINESS NOTICES. For a irool horse feed go C. C. Bourne's Feed Stable. to I, Syl G. Anderson Superintend ent of Schools for said county, do hereby certify that I have duly apportioned the school fund of with Large size jelly classes, lids, only 45 cents per doz, The Carrizozo Trading Co. r on Sai.k A few choice rosi said county on this 15th day of dence and business lots, cheap. Oct., l'J08. The amount of mon- See H. S. Camimiiu.i.. 7.Jltf ey subject to such apportionment is nine hundred and fifty -six dollars and ten cents ($956.10). The total number of persons of school age is 2131. The rate per scholar is 44c which is apportion- Wc have a few wagons left that we arc closing out cheap. The Carrizozo Trading Co. r King ni Itl when yctti nixxi a Itltr. Wc buy in car load lots in the for r market, at oeci rocK prices, as below: Leaving a balance of "Potcasii, auu can sc. as encap O I frxr tnat na ntlV ni1f flint WZltlttt $26.16 for next app...

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. — 23 October 1908

MART (100DIN RUCOVHRINO. ft M. L, Good in, n prominent stoaktnan of Oscuro, N. M., has been in Jlotcl Dieu the past week rind has passed through usurious TERRITORIAL OAMli LAWSi Deer with horns tnay he killed wilh gun only from October IS to November !)(); limit, one deer. Wild turkey, mountain grouse, and successful operation perform-; or prairie chicken may be killed ed by Dr. Roinigcr, of Oscuro and with gun only during the months assisted by Dr. West of Chicago. The foregoing from the Kl Paso Herald will be read with a great deal of interest by the nu merous friends of Mart Goodin, who is one of our most substan tial citizens. His friends will rejoice in the prospects of his recovery. TILLOTSON APPOINTED TO TUB ROSWOLLLANl) OPPICG. Register Harold Hunt, of the local land ofiiice, has received offi cial notice from the department at Washington of the appointment of T.C. Tillotsou to be Receiver of the Roswcll laud office, as per announcement made through the Daily Record by teleg...

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. — 23 October 1908

Welch St Titsworth New School Books As per List adopted by the Territorial Hoard of Education. 4 n Barbed Wire. Sash Doors, Glass, Paints and Oils. STOVES. WINDOW GLASS. DAPPLE BOXES. McCALL'S PATTERNS. We Buy Mohair. -3 o r w o w 1 o m o w w a; w H Q WELCH & TITSWORTH C A PIT AN. Mrs. P. E. Laccy, who has been ill the past week, is now much improved. Judge G. D. Greer was down from Bonito a couple of days this week. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. Lumblcy were up from Alamogordo the past week. They returned home Tuesday. W.J. Mc Adams passed through from Corona to Capitan Sunday. He returned the following night on No. 2. 10. S. J ml u left yesterday on No, 3 for Alamogordo to spend a week or ten days with friends in the city of cottonwoods. Harry S. Comrcy came down from Audio Monday to meet the "push" here and to get u fresh hitch on his republicanism. Ed. W. Harris left last Friday for' Kansas City,- where he went to enter a hospital to have an operation performed. J. l Kimbcll and famil...

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. — 23 October 1908

Carrizozo News cAitmzozo, NEW MEXICO. Elephants nro bolng employed In Inrl as "sandwlchmon" to advertise a music-hall In tho Champs Elyseos. Doubtless tho young man at the soda fountain thinks It Is on account of his personal charms that tho girls come flocking. A Chicago woman attorney has just rccolvcd a (co of $30,000, but that Is no reason why women should become dlsgustod with housework. A Nlnenra Fulls man nroposes to shoot tho whlrlDool rapids In a canoe, but It Isn't Ilkoly that nnyoho will care to risk hor sofa pillows with him. Now York Is to havo the highest building In tho world. High finance In that town linn got no that It Isn't sat isfied with present accommodations. A skyscraper C2 stories high Is to be built In Now York, it this thing keopi on wo shall bo ablo presently to hand peaches and other things ot that sort to the man In tho moon. A Harvard professor Is going to study tho monkoy language Harry Lohr nogloctod to wrlto n book nboul his observations when ho too...

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. — 23 October 1908

omcbCbntbb or would 7 NEW BULDim AT MEW NATQMS WILL DO BuqinESS. I rjlITOlfd QLD IfZIWQUARlZRS WHICH TliZ CITY HAv I With the world growing Btnallor ovory year bocnuso of tho Improved nnd rapid means of transportation from ono part of tho globo to tho other tho dotcctlon of crlmo nnd tho cnpturo of groat criminals Is becom ing International in character. Moro and moro nro tho pollco olUclals of tho various groat nations of tho world drawing closer togothor In tho effort to chock crlmo nnd to detain tho law- breakor, so that no longer Is tho crim inal of ono country ablo to hldo him solf within tho bordors of another nntlon. It Is predicted that somo day an In tornntlonal pollco forco will bo cslnb llshod for tho cnpturo of big crlmlunls, nnd that Now York will bo tho head quarters for this most Intrlcalo ays torn of dotoctlvo machinery, In fact already that city occupies a leading position In respect to tho policing of tho world, nnd tho now nml mngnin cent building which Is now bol...

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. — 23 October 1908

VGUY MUCH ALIVE. "When, the tides of ocean cease io ebb and flow, when the winds of heaven arc hustled into perpetual silence, when the clouds no longer thunder, when the bolts of heaven are no longer felt nor heard, when her internal Arcs go out then and not until then will the principles of Jcffcrsonian Democracy cease to animate and move the liberty-loving masses of our common country.' The above words, spoken forty years ago by Alexander II. Ste phens, the "Little Giant" of Georgia, arc verified toduy by a militant, active, victory-inspir-iug Democracy, Born more than a century ago, it has enjoyed many victories and suffered un told defeats; but iu victory or defeat it hns remained the same steadfast defender of the rights of the common people as its founder was when lie penned the Declaration of Independence, and, among other things, said: "Gov ernments arc instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the gov erned;" and later when he de clared the cardi...

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. — 30 October 1908

V T CARRIZOZO NEWS. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME J. CARRIZOZO. LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, OCTOBER 30, 1908. NUMBER 34 TUG PGRSONNGL OP THB DEMO- J0h,i M. Penfield, tlic nominee CRATIC COUNTY TICKET. for treasurer and collector, at The democratic ticket appears present fills the oflicc. Hu ia a at the head of our editorial page, clerical and a business man of ex and speaks for itself. It is scarce- ccptional training and experience lv necessary to say a word about and he has given the affairs of it to anyone who has lived in the his office his time and attention county long enough to become Figures don't lie, and his well acquainted. It is composed of I kept books supply the "proof of able, and honest men, capable of the pudding." That he will be performing the duties of the dif-1 re-elected goes without saying. fcrcnt offices to which they have The nominee for assessor, Pop bieti nominated. Even rcpubli- firio Chavez, is also a candidate cans acknowl...

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. — 30 October 1908

'",' ' VI' HOW TO REMOVE STAINS. ?" if H'-l I Obltlnata Cases Can Be Remedied b following lntructlon. , All stnlns flhould bo rcmovoil bo foro tho nrtlclea nro washed, find tlx soonor (ho stain Is treated tho more readily It will yield to tho trontmont Pour bollltiR wntor through (mil stains, when ohstlnnto Bonk with i solution of oxalic ncld. Wnsh po troloum ointment stnlns In nlcohol point In turpentine or nlcohol,. varnish In alcohol, grass nnd othor Broun stnlns In alcohol, koroscno or molns oe-i. For blood stains uao whlto of nn cgK In cold wntor or surend on rnw flour pasto nnd spread In tho sun. Ir thfi cnao of milk, cream sugar or slrni stilus, soak In cold soft water. Foi wheel gronso or mnchlno oil stnlm should bo rubbed with Inrd and ul lowed to stand a faw moments, then ttloy should bo wnshed with soap and cold wntor. Tea, coffeo or cocoa .stains should bo removed with boll lng water, nnd If obstlnato uso tho so 'lutlon of oxalic acid. OEUFS A LA NEIQE. Confection That I...

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. — 30 October 1908

Truth and Quality appeal to tlio Well-informed In every walk of llfo and arc essential to permanent eitcccss and crcditsblo standing. Accor ingly, It ii not claimed that Syrup of Flgi nnd Elixir of Senna U tho only remedy of known value, but ono of many reasons why It Is tho best of personal nnd family laxatives Is tho fact that It cleanses, sweetens nnd relieves tho Internal organs on which It act without any debilitating nf t or effects and without having to lucrcaso tho quantity from time- to tlmo. It nets pleasantly nnd naturally nnd truly as n laxative, and Its component parts mo known to nnd approved by physicians, ns It Is frco from all objection nblo substances. To get its beneficial cffecli always purchase tho gcnulno manufactured by tho California Fig Syrup Co., only, and for sole by all leading drug gists. His Idea. "Woll, Just what Is a lecret, any why?" "A thing to bo kopt " "Yes," "On tnp " "Dhl" "Until several pcoplo havo forrotcd it out" "Woll?" "And then It is publi...

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. — 30 October 1908

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS PublUhtdetery FrhUj Cahrizozo Nhw Mkxico. Entered n necnml clM mutter June IS, HWfl.nt Hid iMMtntHeo ulCnrrUnio, Wow jienco, nnuer tlia ActotMnrcli 3, 1871). I NO. A. UAIiKY, Kitltor. BUBflOUIlTlON ItATRHl 3n r. ix Montln. II. W 11.00 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For President of the United States, William J. Bkyan. Tor V.-I'rcs. of the United States. John W. Kmkn. For Delegate to Congress. O. A. LakhAZOLO. Legislative Ticket. Fob CotJNCH. HTII DlllTIIIOTi- JOHN Y. IIKWITT. FOB lTMBMMTATIVr. INTH UlBTMOTI- JAMIM W. MULLIN8. Bon lUriiEis!TATiv WW Pihtwcti UHAHl.lM II. IlltlCU. County Ticket. For Blierlft- JOIIN COLIJ. ForTiNwurer nml Collector- JOHN M. I'KNFIKLD. For Auewor l'OIIFlIUO CHAVEZ. Vorl'rotxileJin'ue llEUNAHDO BALAZAII. For rroUU Clerk ly. 11. 1)0 W. For Buperlutcnilent of Bcliooli JNO. A. HALEY. For Commliloner, Second DUtrlet- HOllT. 11. TAYLOII. For Commlmloner, Tlilnl Ulntrlet 0. W. W1NOFIEL1). For Burteror J. 1. TIITON. Cast your ballot for Larrazolo and the ...

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. — 30 October 1908

AlASONIC OPPICBKS I2LBCTBD. Pursuant to call, the charter members of the proposed Carri ssozo Lodge, Ancient Free and .Accepted Masons, met at the office of Harbor and Gierke, on Wednesday night at 7 30 and perfected their organization by the election of the following offi cers for the ensuing year: Wor bhipful Master, G. A. GKrke; Scuier Warden, George Kosling ton; Junior Warden, Walter C. Miller; Secretary, George W. Spence; Treasurer Thomas B. Meek; Tyler, Isaac I. lavender. The appointive officers of the 'lodge will be named later. Much important business was transacted and the officers hope to be able to get the lodge installed in a very short time. The following con ntitutc the list of charter members of the new todgc: William G. A. Gierke, George Rosliugton, George W. Spence, Walter C. Miller, Thomas B. Meek, Isaac I. Cuvendcr, Harry Chant, Carrizozo; Jones Taliaferro, Wayne Van Schoyk, Klbcrt T. Collier, White Oaks; Edwin F. Comrcy, David W. Glenn, Aticho; Mart L. Goodin, Wi...

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. — 30 October 1908

' ;P1WWPP)I' hi i mm i i mm i-,,,!. .n , mm ,nn n m 1 i i ACCIDENTAL KILLING AT BONITO. An unfortunate accident, re sulting in the death of K. J. Kcstcr, occurrrcd at IJonito last Monday afternoon. From the in formation at hand, it appears that John P. Greer had drawn a pistol in Kcster's place of busi ness for the purpose df demon strating-some subject under dis cussion, and the pistol was dis charged, the bullet entering Kes ter'a body near the lower point of the sternum, below the ribs and a little to the right, lodging in the body, Death resulted in about thirty minutes. J. E. Kooncc, justice of the peace at Nogal, was summoned to hold an inquest, as there is no justice at Bonito. A coroner's jury was summoned, evidence taken and the following verdict was returned : "We, the undersigned active justice of the peace and jury, who sat upon the inquest held on the 27th day of October, A.D., 1908. on the body of R. J. Kcstcr, found in precinct 12 of the county of Lincoln, N. M., find...

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. — 30 October 1908

Welch fit Titsworth H O w New School Books As per List adopted by the Territorial Hoard of Education, w CO w o a w H O O W CO W O CO W CO Barbed Wire. Sash - Doors, Glass, Paints and Oils. STOVES. APPLE BOXES. WINDOW GLASS. McCALL'S PATTERNS. 8 WELCH & TITSWORTH. C A PIT AN. A masquerade ball will be held nt White Oaks this evening. Miss Grace Page came in from Chicago this week to look after her homestead. Geo. V. Coe was in town this week from his home on the upper Ruidoso. P. J. Sagcr, cashier of the Ex change Dank, returned from Kan sas City this week. Rev. Jackson of Estancia will preach In the Wetmore hall Sun day morning at 11 o'clock. P. C. Gurncy, manager of the Carrizozo Eating House, has re turned from a visit in El Paso. Jones Taliaferro was down from White Oaks to attend the Masonic meeting last Wednesday night. G. Stokes, the barber, has pur chased the fixtures and will open the postofllce barber shop next week. Syl Anderson and family left yesterday for Lincoln wh...

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. — 30 October 1908

Garrizozo News GAMUKOZO, NEW iMEXICO. The Abuse of Servants. Hrldgot and Dlnnli and Kntrlnn con tlnuo to rccolve the censure, not to nay nbuso, of tlio public press and prl vato Individuals for tholr alleged un satisfactory performances of their du ties In tho kitchen, In tlio laundry, In the dining room In short, "up-stalrs, down-stairs ,nnd In tholr ladles' chain born." The abuso Is somotlmes ex travagant and tho censure undeserved, Urldgot and Dinah and Katrlna often do much bottor than the nowspapors and tho mlstrossca would have us bo Hove. Hut, conceding that, upon tho whole, household servants are not as emclont as they might bo, Is It sur prising? If you found n man who had never driven n piano or handled a saw, and sot him to work nt tho framo of a house, and presently began to borate hltn bccnuBo ho was a poor carpontor, you would mnko yourself more ridicu lous than you would mako htm. It you wantod a coachman or a groom, you would hardly cngago ono who had never neon n li...

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