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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 27 October 1911

1 WAMMMW ,,w, j . m-imssmKwt mat wt ll.wwell, w 3J(o. Anihut 1. tftli. Notice u heroby lveii tbt Um "OnUftmifc! loduetrtal (.'oitotwiiy," a tmorMtNiti. by John It. IVnfttld. It .Utoroey in fMl , kit bmuI ap pilc-uton for Lnitoti tHatM ttat tor the Ore Btrn It a Ijodattfefoff claim. tUu4 lit lit Capitnn minfimr dtotriaU Lieo!n connty. Ko Mioo. cnuatatla of mo linear feet of Wit hIb, liKl(1rdoli,t.uBriuKolii, llrer, lion Ki othvr valsnblB iHiuentlft, nml mirface groat.d ft) (wnmurej Iwt wide. Miiff lot No, -, mid ! ceribed In thlthi initM mid vlai at Um official r no ttlt to tide office, rltlt magnetic rnrU atlon ranglu from 120 8ft' K.to IRS w u. iu folltww. ileMiitUut nt eor. No. i, a HmiU)B Waited 111. In the around with it mound of atone, eltU uled X l-lttl, when tin- NtS lunation tor. 1km N.TSS WE. lit) It. ilUl . llmectone Mb in muituil itf Mtoniw, a plnou i Inn. dm., baura H. 42 80 W. Ilia. I ft. unrt n nlnou ft int. ilia.. lmt 8. HH6 5 ' W, 1211.7 ft. dirt., uneti biased and R...

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. — 3 November 1911

IFlewe . . . A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUMK 12. CARRIZOZO. LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, NOVEMBICK .1, t'Hl NUMBKK -10 Candidates Arc Questioned. To Messrs. W. M. McCoy, John W. Terry, John . Uowiufin, Geo. B. Bent, Dr. Guido Ranniger, VV. ). Blanch a rd. Scipio Salazar, aid James V. Tully, Candidates for Legislative positions to be voted for by the vot ers of Lincoln County, "New Mexico, Gentlemen: The undersigned Republi can voters of 5. I am in favor of the prima ry election law. f. I am in favor of a strin gent corrupt practices act. 7. I am. Gi'.o. 13. Bunt, 18th Senatorial District. Ancho Happenings' Mr. Robt. Mason, who has been in the employ of tne cement and brick company at this place, leaves Tuesday for Des Moines, Iowa. MM. 1 ! 4 1 1 .. ...... f M 1 n r . i Bnng Ik Boys Here ! (ml Special io Boys' Ciotliiog All Next Week. said County, to-1 Allen Ilightower hasbi-cn danger-! kE'RE Going to School Clothes at prices any others desire ously ill th...

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. — 3 November 1911

AND riKHMf DIFFERENT USES OF GLASS USEFUL MEASURE FOR LOGS Device Invented by a Texas Man Will Give the Diameter of a Piece of Timber In an Instant. It is easy enough to measure tho diameter of a log at Its bnso, where an ordinary flat rule can bo used, but to determine tho measurement at any point along tho treo Is another mattor. However, a Toxna man has designed a rulo by which oven this may bo dono as easily as tho width of a flat board can bo decided. Tho dovlce 2 1 Measure for Logs. horo shown consists of an ordinary measuring stick with a pair of arms attached to It at right angles. One of tho arms Is stationary on one end or tho stick, but the other slides back nnd forth. Tho log Is placed between tho two arms, nnd the sliding arm Is moved up till tho timber Is In contact with both. Tho gauges on tho meas urlng stick tho exact diameter of the log at that point. Tho measure can bo moved along In either direction to got any othor thicknesses desired. IRON FAILS EATEN BY WORMS ...

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. — 3 November 1911

Low Slums Near the Nation's Capitol WASHINGTON. Wnshington 1b not ono grnnd Bucccsslon of marblo structures and beautiful parks. Thoro nro slums undor tho shadow ot the capltol that corupuro in squalor with tho East sldo In Now York. Tho capi tal slums bavo tho advantago ovor thoso In Now York In bolng loss ox tonslvo and In bolng composod of email houses Instead of lofty teno mohts. Tho Washington rofugo of tho vary poor Is sufficiently bad to have at tracted tho attention of sociologists and philanthropists and to hnvo caused President Taft to demand their improvement in a messago to con gross. This district is within ton minutes' walk of the United States capltol and has for ono of Its boundaries tho bo tanlcal gardens with their wealth of oxotlcs. FreBldont Taft, in his moa sage, mado particular montlon ot Wil low Trco alloy, but It is no bettor and no worso than tho others. Possibly tho president mentioned only Willow Tree alloy bocauBo it was tho only one bearing a nnino that ...

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. — 3 November 1911

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS 1'iiI)1IhIhmI ovory Fridny at Cakkizozo - Nkw Mhxico Kntarod tw nocnud claim mutt or Juno l'J, IMS, nt tho postolllco atOarriznzo, Now Moxlco, under tlinnctof Miiruh it, 1870. BUnsmaiTioN nxvm- Ono Your .... $.fi() Biz Mouths (by mnll) - $1.00 J NO. A. JIAtiUV, ICmtoii DEMOCRATIC TICKET, LINCOLN COUNTY. II . B. FERGUSSON PAZ VALVERD13 For Representatives in Congress w. c. Mcdonald For Governor E. C. du BACA For Lieutenant Governor ANTONIO LUCERO For Secretary oj. State 'FRANCISCO DELGADO For State Auditor O. N. MARRON For State Treasurer W. R. McGILL For Attorney General ALVAN N. WHITE For Superintendent of Public Instruction J. L. EMERSON For Commissioner of Public Lands SUMMERS BURKIIART W. A. DUNN R. H. II ANNA For Justices of the Supreme Court O. L. OWEN SEVERINO MARTINEZ G. H. VAN STONE For Members of State Corporation Commission JOHN W. TERRY For State Senator, 15th District GEO. B. BENT For State Senator, lSlh District SC1PIO SALAZAR For State Representativ...

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. — 3 November 1911

LEGISLATIVE CANDIDATES. The voters who believe in u constitution more easily amend ed should support the lollowing democratic legislative nominees: John W. Terry, senator, 15 th. district. Geo. B. Bent, sen ator 18th. district. Scipio Sala.ar, representative 16th. district. Guido Ranniger, representative 30th. district. These nominees are not only pledged to the Blue Ballot, but they favor the initiative and referendum, a corrupt practices - act, the election of United States senators by direct vote and j a primary election law. These progressive features can only be put in operation by the election of democratic members of the legislature. JOHN E. BELL (.Successor to Winfield & Bell ) Staple & Fancy Groceries Fresh Vegetables from Mesilla Valley Gardens Every Week. , Prompt attention Given Phone Orders. yCarrizozo, Tuesday, Nov, 14th Full of Honors and Wonderful Triumphs of its Long, Con querinR Tours of the Continent, and presented on a Scale, of Colossal Magnitude and Lav...

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. — 3 November 1911

'HIjIS CARRIZOZO NEWS I'iiIiIIhIiH ovory 1'riilny nt GAUKIZO.O PROFESSIONAL GAUDS. flliUjrul ii0mmiiI olnw mutter .lunn IK, iwis, ni til 0 jtoalollloM ut (Vtrrlzoo, Now Miixlcn, imilor UJonUt of Miiruh :. ISTO. Nuw Mkjcico JJEWITT & HUDSPETH Ari'O K N 15 YS- AT- IvA v White Oaks : Now Mexico HUIISOIUITION IIATUH Oiin Wiir .... SIxMiiutlio (liy mull) . J NO. A. IIAMIY. i. no i . , Attoknkv-at-Law Hi,Mn I "HIi" i Dwellhiit. Carrizozo New Mexico A Shooting Affray. j Juiit us we were ready to place iDK F S' ' ANDr'KS the last form on the press a t ll:30i DENTIST this morning, we were informed! ... . ., .... of a shooting affray that had just I 0,llcu ,n Iiuul-Jlui11inr occurred at the Headlight saloon. ! Carrizozo, - - New Mexico Jas. P. Wei leer, the owner of the' , saloon, shot Win. S. JJourne twice with a shot gun, the char- ?RANK J. SAG13R ges taking effect in the head and . ' PUill ,NSuraNCK shoulder. It seems, from the ; Notary Public, hest information obtainable, that i , , ,...

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. — 3 November 1911

lync Lane, Alto, N. M. For Commissioner of Public Lamb. Republican candidate, Robert ELECTION PROCLAMATION. In accordance with the statute in such cases made and provided, we, the undersigned County Coin- init;iitlirri Willi in unit f.ir llin aounty of Lincoln, hereby pro-, v- vc, Clayton, N. M. olaim and trive nublie notice of Democratic candidate, J. an election to be held in the sev- Emerson, Kuowles, N. M. Oral precincts of said county on) Socii,iist candidate, W. C. Tuesday, the 7th day of Novem- Q4 M v, her. A. D. ion. the nhWt :wl 1 hiirP St' Vnm1 N N1' purposes of wliich are to elect per-! For Justices of the Supreme Court Republican candidates, I' rank L purposes 01 winch are to elect per Sons to the various ofiiccs Jiereiu- aftcr named. 'im., . .u;.. .. n i., r.. ii. .. VY. Parker, La Cruces, N. M.; Clarence J. Roberts, Raton, N, M. names or various candidates lor j2(hvard K; Wright, Alamogordo, viiii.ii ui on in uiirlvi m iiiu nil iiiu ill u i on file in the ollice of the...

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. — 3 November 1911

CARRIZOZO NEWS OARRIZOZO NEW MEXICO INDU8TRY AND EDUCATION. For Bomo years ttio tendency of young mon Booking htghor education has boon toward law and moillclno. Schools of thcso profosslons havo In creased In nunibor and tho Holds ot occupation Imvo bocomo moro over crowded, Bays tho Omaha Uoo. Cer tain now tendencies In Industry and tho sclonco of treating human ills nro at work which suggest tho possibility of a chango In tho drift of tho educa tional current Public and private en terprise aro enlisted In n movemont to work out now cures for old descascs and Improve sanitation throughout tho country. Vast progress has boon, and moro will bo, in ado. Along with this, though distinctly npart from It, goes tho effort of tho government and private capital to harness naturo for tho needs of Industry, to opon up Irri gation and wntor-powor plants for ag ricultural and Industrial purposes. Tho Now York Times invites to tho now fields of scientific sorvlco tho nttontlon of young men cont...

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. — 3 November 1911

Make the Liver Do its Duty Nine times In ten when the liver ta right the Btomach and bowels are right CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS gently butfirmly conv pel a lazy liver to do lta duty. Cures Con stipation, I digestion, Sick Henaache. and Distress After Eating. SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE. Genuine must bear Signature eBP iTTir .hv i sn u SX DEFIANCE STARCH never sticks to tUo iron. WHAT THEY THOUGHT OF HIM Remark by No Means Complimentary Made by Constituent of Repro oentatlvo Underwood. Itcprosontatlvo Undorwood, chair man of tho ways and meaiiB commit too in oongroas, ropresonta what 1b known as a "manufacturing district," bocauso It contains all tho factories and smelters In and about Birming ham, Ala. But ho also has among his constituents a lot of farmers of which fact ho Is now painfully aware. He drovo out to a sottlomont In Bibb coupnty ono afternoon to persuado tho farmers thoy ought to vote for him. As ho stopped up to tho porch of a littlo storo an old man rushed u...

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. — 3 November 1911

Notice for Publication. Notice No. ICUtfS United Htatefi taint OIHcv, Ilonwoll.New Muxicor Aiifrunt 7, IUII. Notice In hereby ijlvnu that the "t'lillfornla Iniliihlrliit I'oinpuny," a corooiitllon, It; John M. I'oiilluld, Itfl Attorney in fuel, litm niHilo ap plication for it U nl feed SUUh pulunt for tlm ( t rout Hiiuteni Iron Lodo uiiiiinu rlidm, idttmtc in HI Clupllun niiniiiK (IlKirlot, Lincoln county Now Mexico, coiihlntliiu of 1MKI I Incur fimt of tlie 1 Tflliii.lotlo'or delimit, liimrliiK Kohl, Bllvnr, iron unit otliur valuable mlimrnh,iind nurfacoKrouinl HOi) (nvcrinte) laet wlilu, IwiiiK lot No. -, iiml do Horibcil in tlm Held iioIoh mid pint of tlm olllclnl fiirvuy on Me In tlilfi ollicc, with maiuictlo vari ation rmmiiiK (rout ia K. to 12 i Ml' K follows iloKinnlim lit cor. No. 1, u liinctitone Iiih. In tlm itrouud with a inimiid ol Muiie, cIiIh. elod X I-lill, whence tlii NU locution cor Ikiiih N. 72 VI' V.. till ft. tllht.ii liinctilonu net in it l ii 11 n 1 of toiien, ...

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. — 10 November 1911

A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. t volume: 12. CARRIZOZO. LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, NOVEMBER 10, 1911. NUMBER 4t' ' n (lwEKti&iramii 3000 forw. c. Mcdonald Remainder Democratic State Ticket Probably Ejected, f Practically complete returns from every county in the state up to noon Saturday (the News waiting 24 hours for late reports) show W. C. McDonald, democrat, for governor to have a rilajority of 3,323 over H. 0. Bursum, his republican U opponent. The remainder of the democratic state ticket is j somewhat behind the gubernatorial candidate, with the race for attorney general being very close. The legislature, which , m i will elect two United States senators, appears to be republican on joint ballot. Many members of both house are elected by less than a dozen votes. Tne following table by counties is the latest revision: CAPITAN, N. M. Approximate Estimate by Counties in State. The following table is based Congratulatory Telegrams. St. Louis, Mo. Nov. 8...

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. — 10 November 1911

h i V' Stops a Cough Quickly -Even Whooping Cough A Wholo Pint of the Qulckett, 8ures Cough Remedy for 50c Money Refunded If It Falls. If you havo nn obstinate, dccp-ncntr-fl cough, which refuses to bo cured, get n CO cent bottlo of l'incx. mix il with home mndo nugar syrup mid start taking it. In Hide of 21 liours your cough will m gone, or very nenrly bo. Kven wliooping-cough in quickly conquered in this way. A COcent bottlo of l'incx, when mixed with honic-iimdo micnr syrup, gives you a pint n fnmily supply of the finest cough remedy that money could buy, nt a clear navlng of 82. Very easy to prepare full till oct ions in package. l'incx soothes mid heals the inflamed membranes with remarkable rapidity. It stimulates tho appetite, Is slightly laxa tivo, and has a plcaHanf taste children tako it willingly. Hiilcndid for croup, asthma, bronchitis, throat tickle, chest pains, etc., and 11 thoroughly MicccHsful remedy for incipient lung troubles. l'incx is a special and highly concen...

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. — 10 November 1911

mm 11 CURE FOR DYSPEPSIA Munyon's Stomach Treatment Performing Miracles. MUNYON TELLS YOU HOW TO GET WELL FREE OF CHARGE "A few days ago I recelvod a lottor from a young man, who states lie 1h 28 ?'eara of ago, and has ocuuplod several mportant positions, hut owlnff to Indl gestlon and Inability to sloep ho has been unablo to concontrato his mind upon his work and has consequently been dis charged on tho ground of neglect of duty. Ho goes on to say that ho Is a young man of steady habits, but for years ho has, suffered from dyspopxla, which has so affected his nerves that ho Is unablo to sleep, -and that It Is not neglect upon IiIb part, nor laclc of Interest In tho bunl jicbh, but simply physical weakness. Ho asks my advlco In this matter. "For tho boneflt of a largo number of those similarly situated I propose to answer this letter publicly, hoping that It may bo tho means of helping many who may bo affected In this way. "In tho first place, tho atoniuch must he made well boforo t...

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. — 10 November 1911

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS PubllHlicd etcry Friday nt Cakuizozo - Nkw Mkxico Hntored as nocoml clnne-mnttf r June 12, 1908, nt tfw) pontoitlco at I'lirrlmioy New Ataslao, uelr tan net of Wnroli 3, 1W9. thro Tew - 1.M Wx Munrtte (by mall)- - UX JNO. A-HALEY, Kivrxon THANKSGIVING DAY NOV. 30 NEW MEXICO election: The early returns, reinforced by still later conlirmitory returns, show McDonald elected governor of New Mexico by between 4,X)O0 and 5,000, and that the remaind ' er of the democratic-progressive republican state ticket, including the congressmen, is. also elected. 'IM-io 1nr!cl n 11 tru in ptrvan titli! if urill require the official count to settle the question. Taken al) in all it was a grand triumph for progres sive principled and a stinging re buke to gang rule, and such a victory was made possible by the independent republicans who re fused to be bound, gagged and delivered by the bosses. Naturally, with this- magnifi cent victory, there are somq sore spats, but the bitter must ...

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. — 10 November 1911

And Even Sandoval. Bernalllo, Nov. 9, Hon. W.C. McDonald, Czo'550. I congratul ate you on your elect Ion as governor of the great state of '.New Mexico in behalf of the progressive eplch of Sandoval county. M. C. DeBaca. Finest Turnout of any circus. .' 'Tlu lire.it London Shows Lon sb'lidaied, which comes to Cakwi 7AV.0, Nov. Hih, will br uy spec iiti i mportiitioiis in the way of all kinds of new cirous acts which have been secured, in conjunction with a long stnny of the pick of American berforttiers. Ever)-department has been in creased extensively, and it is claimed the exhibition of blooded horses is the best ever offered, among which are the wonderful Dublin Lireys. the Big- Six, who have captured all of the prizes at the prominent horse shows They are valued at 825,000, The par ade, said to be the finest turnout any circus has ever made in auv country, will traverse the princi pal streets morning of -show days. Florsheim Shoes are better; a grand asr,ortinent ; all leathers ...

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. — 10 November 1911

THE CARRIZOZO NEWSI 'ssionau cards. C Mkxioo 1 HWI'rT HUDSPETH A T TO K N K Y S- A T- L A W Kutcri) iih kocomiI cIiikn mutter J una I'A 11K)3, tit th'n poHtotllen nt. Currlzozn, Now Mnxico, unilor i tin net or Miirim ;i, win. r White Oaks New Mexico BUIISUIIM'TION HAT1CH' OnoYwir .... 8U Month (by mull) - I.0U J NO. A. HALEY. Kmtoii QROKGE S1ENC13 ATTOKNnY'AT-LAV ' Ulllon in Dwelling Carrizozo New Mexico To the Socialists of Lincoln County. Dear Comrades The people of New Mexico have just passed ' through a hard-fought battle. The fight was mostly between the republican and democratic ! parties. While it is true that the Socialist party had a ticket in the field, I am sure that not more that i not more than one-fourth of the Socialist vote was polled in this county. Many of the comrades, ; like myself, have lived in thej territory for many years, and were j fully aware of the sad state of : affairs existing in New Mexico, and I feel sure that fully three fourths of the Socialist vot...

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. — 10 November 1911

Lincoln ounty Election Returns. -NOVlSMJJlSlt 7, 1011'. (Unofficial) ' '" I 4. ' T - sr. 55 j 11 2 5 2s NAM KB OF CANDIDATEH - I ? ' X ' S sr. j 5 . 1 Ait. 1 2. g- x s 1 J -a . f .g g j r 5 g 3 1 I I S g -S -1 ? 1. For.ltniirtiit-tivo In Couuruitn I I I i ICII FKHOUfWON, il 7:1 -M 41) t It 15 31 lil M 20 4t HO 'It IIU 17 17 701 PAZ ViLVKKDK. il .VI -so :! ail .. 14 15 Hi :m :m 20 25 38 00 120 15 17 m ilKOHUB cukky. r mi i iii i7 a o 81 21 28 i ait i il (ft 121 n :u hm Kil'KOO HACA, r 00 127 lH "ft 150 III 22 $4 02 it 12 U 45 WI II ilil 727- I W.HAS.-ON. .h 111 II - Vi ,. OJaii'PlMI. ; 11 11 211 WtlMoDONALD, il 74 Ml !I7 III 17 2W 35 IW 72 27 41 iW 711 2lK) 2:1 111 810 1117 HOLM O IIUKSUM, r IW 178 102 ' 2.5 57 18 It) 2tl 44 it 10 lil M 42 III 32 07!l , UK, Tl! ItlVKKA. h 2 8 8 8 28 ForiLlrntniiiint (iorurnor B 1! D. IIAI'A. il 711 IW 37 ! H 18 20 42 Wi 27 ill !M 0.5 HI2 11 17 70(1 , MALVUlHAri M IU'INKj, r 07 127 ! 211 11(1 III 21 21 01 .'IS 111 9 45 III II ill TlV 2.)' , H till. BS...

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. — 10 November 1911

CARRIZOZO.NEWS OARRIZOZO NEW MEXICO TUBERCUL08I8 TO DI8APPEAR. ' TuborciiloHlo 1b diminishing In amount tho world ovor, and It In pro dlitod that In 25 or 30 years It will havo qulto disappeared. Tho decrease or diminution Is dltlcront In different countrlos, plainly indicating that tho decroaso is ono of habit and life. Tho reduction of tho malady la one of tho strongest supports of the sentiment of optimism, for It Indicates tho Increase of cleaner and nobler living. Tho per sonal habit In respect to sobriety, pur ity, courngo, Integrity, unselfishness Ih hurting tuborculosls and all othor maladies everywhere As tho world advances In virtue and honor, Its dis tempers begin to grow less. This doc trine was announcod by John Uurns, tho labor leader In parliament, and If his philosophy and fact agroo, wo all havo reason to rejolco. Thcro is to bo another consideration added to this, which Is, that the samo Improvo ed living that reducos tuberculo sis will reduce our social and politi...

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. — 10 November 1911

FEEDING THE INVALID MATTER OF MUCH IMPORTANCE IN THE SICK ROOM. Too Frequently Insufficient Attention Is Paid to This by the Nurae Servo Food In the Dainti est Style. Few things nro moro difficult than to got n flick person to tako nourishing food, and no task, as a rulo, Is worse managed. Amatour ntirsos may bosun cessful in other matters, but they gen orally mako a falluro of tho food prop osition. The nurse Is usually to blame when tho patlont will not take enough food. Sho will bring a huge plateful ol Jelly or a big basinful of beef ten to hltn, and ho will reject It with disgust, because tho sight of so much food Is distasteful. If sho brought a few spoonfuls at n time and served them Jalntily ho would bo glad to cat. Qlvo llttlo food at a tlmo, and glvo It olten. That which Is eaten willingly Ktid. with rollsh Is far bettor than double tho amount swallowed with disgust. If n tlmo Is fixed for tho patient's meals, always bo punctual. If kept waiting, most sick people lose thei...

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