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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 10 November 1911

3000 for Mcdonald. (Continued from flrl yn. Roswell , N . M. Nov. 8 W... C McDonald, Czpzo. My harty congratulat ions on your magnifi cent victory. - H J . Hagerman. Santa Pe, N. M. No v. 8 Hon. W. C. McDonald, Carrizozo, N. M. I congratulate you most heartily on your great oviotory. Truth and honesty prevailed throughout our state arid McDonald is our Govr. Wish you success on every turn. Miguel A. Albuquerque , Nov. 8th, 1911. Hon. W, C. McDonald, Czozo , , I offer my sincere congratulat ions on your magnifi cent victory. Good gov-! ernment is now assur ed and Bernallio county helped some to make it unanimous. J . B . Herndon . Otero . N. M. S Rosa, N. M. 8th, 1911 McDonald, Czozo Nov. Wi C Congratulations ''twas a famous victory' C. E. McGinnis Santa Fe, Nov. 9th W. C. McDonald, Czoz Aocept my fervent congratulations your majority about four thousand our supreme court about the same remainder of ticket about two thousand Blue Ballot amendment majority ten thousand! We should have...

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. — 17 November 1911

(Larrt3030 IRewe. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. 0ARRIXO55O MNCOf.N COUNTY, NEW MICXICO, NOVEMBER 17, NUMBER A2 MINOR STATE OFFICERS IN DOUBT IP 3E 3 El E 3G Hi Tne unprecedentedly slow returns und the bungling man ner provided, under the terms of the constitution, for making iiliem, have thrown a cloud over the result in the first state, election in New Mexico. That W. C. McDonald has been elected governor by over 3000 all concede. It is also conceded that E. C. de Baca, the democratic candidate for lieutenant govt rnor has b:en elected by several hundred; that 0. N. Marron, treasurer, Antonio Lu-1 cero, secretary of state, and Alvan N. White, Superintendent of Public Instruction, all democrats, are also among the lucky ones. j The other state officers are in doubi, and the republicans claim the election of Frank VV. Clancy, attorney general; Wil liam G. Sargent, auditor; Robert P. Ervien, land commissioner; two of the supreme court justices, Parker and Rober...

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. — 17 November 1911

Hood's Sarsaparilla Will purify your blood, clear your complexion, restore your appetite, relieve your tired feel ing, build you up. It leads all other medicines in merit. Got it today In usiml liquid form or chocolated tablets called Sarsatabs. WHAT 8HE SAID. Tho Lover Don you say dnt my Bult Is In vnln? Tho Lass Not exactly, but I did say If you little, bow-logged, pic-faced mitt didn't quit follcrln' ino nround I'd bounce a brick on yer forehead! Overheard In Venice. "Isn't It romantic, John, dear," said she. no they sat In tho little Venetian garden, "to sit hore and listen to these Kalian troubadours .singing their bal lads bathed in tho moonlight?" "Yes, doar," replied John, with a dce-drnwn sigh. "But I sometimes wish they'd bathe in something bo nldos moonlight, don't you. It might loss romantic, but It would bo a darn sight moro hygienic." Ilarnor's Weekly. The Kind. "Don't laugh at MIbb Gladys Goose borry as trivial. She Is a scientific woman." "Sho Eclenlllic? What kind?"...

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. — 17 November 1911

AT A CRITICAL PERIOD. . Of Peculiar Interest to Women. Mrs. Mary I. Remington, Elgloborry 8t (lllroy, Cnl., Bayis: "I Buffered so sovercly from pain and oorcness over tho kidneys that It was a task for mo to turn In bed. My kidneys acted very frequently, but tho accretions voro re tarded and passages scalded. I was weak and run, down. After taking other reme dies without benefit, I began using Doan's Kidney Pills and was com pletely cured. I was going through tho critical period of a woman's lifo at tho tlmo and after using Doan's Kidney Pills thoro wa3 a miraculous chango for tho better In my health." "When Your Back Is Lame, Remem ber tho Name DOAN'S." For sale by druggists and goneral storekeepers everywhere. Price 60c. Fostor-Milburu Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Not In Circulation There. An error of a now clerk In the mail ing department of an eastern publish er was responsible, tho other day, for the mailing of a prospectus to a world famous statesman, who had been dead for Homo years. ...

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. — 17 November 1911

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS 1'ii1)1IhIiiiiI iiTory Friday nl Gakkizozo - Nicw Mitxico Lntcrotl an Hunoml claim mailer Jimn 12, 1IHS, at tlii iHfxtollIro at ('urrliozo, Now Muxlco, nnilor thn net of March II, IHV.l. BU1W(JHIITI0N ItATKH' OnuYenr .... Ulx Month (by mall) - JI.M) I.(HI IIALKY.V UlNUWALL I'l'IIMBHPIIH THEY WERE GOOD ONES. We dull' our sombrero to the employes of the E. P. & S. W. Railroad. From the Texas line oil the southwest to the Texas line on the northeast, the boys were there with the goods good goods democratic goods. And the company, itself, played square not an attempt at coerc on. But this company, under the Phelps-Dodge control, has been free from the man)' charges right fully applied to other corpora tions, and is entitled to be class ed among good corporations. The company took no part in the recent political battle, and to it we also dolT our hat not because its employes voted the demosratic ticket, which covered a multitude of sins -but because it was abso lut...

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. — 17 November 1911

Sum ;c Hewitt l'robably elected. Contrary to roportoed returns hist week, which indicated the The Blue Ballot. Many have enquired as to the fate of the Blue Hallot. It is defeat of John Y. Hewitt, of impossible to tell, even in the vi White Oaks, for judge of the 3d ' cinity of the vote on the atnend Judicial District, by lid ward L. ' inent; for many boards failed to Medler, of Las Cruces, it now , furnish the result: but it seems appears that Judge Hewitt has J quite certain the amendment ear been elected, if later returns are ricd by over 10.000. In fact, the to be credited, by a majority of, IJlue Ballot was the most popular 14. Hotli Dona Ana and 'l or-' candidate on either ticket. rauce counties, according to later returns, show smaller majorities for Modler, while Hewitt's ma jorities in the counties of Lincoln Apportionment of School Funds. 1, Jno. A. Haley, Superintend ent of Schools lor said County, do' and Otero have slightly increased hereby certify that I have duly over...

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. — 17 November 1911

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS PiiIiIIhIiimI ovory l-'rldny nt Oakkizozo - Nitw Mkxico I'iit-nrcil itH nucotul cIiirh unit tor Juim l'!. II" IS, ill j till) ihwIoIIIcm ut Ciirrlzmo, Now Mnxlcn, uuilnr , llm lint nf Miiruli !l. 18711. ' BUHHUItliTlON KATKH Owi Vi-iir .... Six Month (hy mull) I.(K) IIAItRV it DINOWAIili I'uiuaHiintH. LOCAL NEWS ShorilT Stevens and family were up from Lincoln this week. Probate court was in session this week, Hon. Uoroteo Lucero presiding;. The stork visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Kelt, of White Oaks, Monday, and de posited a baby girl. Henry Lutz, the Lincoln mer chant and sheepman, was in town this week. lie was investigating' a ranch proposition near here. Hon. Scipio Salazar, democrat ic candidate at the rceent election from this county for the legisla ture, was up from Lincoln Tues day. The Mogollon hunters return ed with all kinds of wild meat ex cept bear, and Mac Smith is blam ed for not killing bruin. Hey, Mac ! The commissioners held a spec ial...

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. — 17 November 1911

Commltiioncrt Proceedingi. : i'rocBillnB of tint Itnnnir.bbt Hoard .if Com - fy ConimliiliiMi)tK, ill tliu iiii'i'tlim lu Cur. l.iizn, NrM.i Nov. lit, lllll. I'd noiit: Hon. W. It, Wlit.n, C.liMlrniMii! Ilun. 11; II. Taylor, iiiombmj II. A. Diirun, mciuhiri . V. M, lliirunll, deputy thoritr; O. T.Nyc, dopuiy clerk, , In tho miitti r fir ihe road in tlm Menu nettle, tncut. I'lm followluu repot t of theVmuuiH wan up. prpvod liy tlic honrd. To tho tliinorulilo Hoard of County Coinui e bIouoth, Liiuinlii, County, Now Mexico. We. Iliii iiudorHlirnod. loud viewerx. iihihiIiiIiiiI by your lloiiurahii) llniinl to vlow tliu proposed ! roitil between tlit Cupltuu. in i7.11.0 roml mill llouito mill Aiiijiik hi kIo Mihmlt ilin following report! Wo recommend t Imi a 11 mil ho cHluhlndicd thirty f i'n I. w 1ju11l11.it.' tlm linn piopo ml iih fol. low, to-witi lluKinninu nt llio Mi'n mull box on 1 liu ('iii tnM'iirr zozn mud 111 a. it. IT, thonco SW In a point iihi. nl, 1011 yard K. of NW, cor. of...

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. — 17 November 1911

8 CARRIZOZO NEWS CAJWIZOZO NEW MEXICO HUNTING WORK IN SUMMER. A graduate or tho University of MlnneHotn line nskcd tho Now York Pont and tho Chicago Trlbuno to nlr his ronBans why cominoncoiuont uhould bo hold In tho fall Instead or In Juno. Ho loft school In Juno with such honors as Phi Beta Kappa dang ling rrom his Bheopskln, but, llko Daw son, '11, says ho haB found no work yet. Ho blisters tho paper with a scorching nrgumont that summer In not tho psychological tlmo to find em ployment. Hut suppose this young man had been releuscd rrom tho class room nnd campiiB along In Septombor and had to trail tho Jobless routo for tho following six months, would ho not, along about tho holidays, deplore a bleak world's unkind worldllnosa? Would he not prefer to bo kneo doop In Bumincr, whon, If ho had to rcmnln Idlo, ho could at least retain 'a degroo of physlcul comfort? Tho troublo with too many of theso present-day graduatoB 1b that tnoy emorgo from the doar old alma mator thinking desti...

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. — 17 November 1911

V at HIBsi ' PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM Ifflttciti ind beaatinei Ui .httr. IlTomntti laiumnl (rrowin. Never Tails to Ilettoro. Ory JUlr to iu youthful Color. Curei (Clip dlittiei tt hair filling. Thompson's Eyt Water 8m Jek rtll.f U IrrlUU... nw1 brdatl, m or Mod, DEFIANCE STARCH AWFUL 8URPRI3E. . Magistrate This officer says you ap proached your wlfo, spoko to her and nho fainted. Ilnstus Dnt's right, .Tcdgo. Magistrate What did you sny to her? Hastus Jes' tolo her dat I loved her, sail. Laughing Down a Whim. "Tho bluff, cheery optimism ot Sen ator Fryc," said a Lowlston dlvlno, "could not brook a whlner. Onco at a dinner hero In Lowlston a whlnor Healed opposite Sonntor Tryo said dolefully: " 'I have only one friend on earth my dog.' "'Why don't on got another dap;?' said Senator Fryo. A FINE NIGHT-CAP The. Best Thing In the World to Go to Bed and Sleep On. "My wlfo and I llnd that 4 teaspoon fills of Grape-Nuts and a cup of hot milk, or some cream, with It, makes tho fineBt night-cap I...

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. — 17 November 1911

8 at as a rule bountiful crops w) avu rewarded the toil of. the (m andmatu fruit trees and uur- y) ens have produced plcnteuusly, (& THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION. November 30th, the last Thurs day of November of the present year, according to the tisittal cus tom, has been set apart by the President as a day of thanUsgiv- intr and prayer. I During the last year New Mex-jl?) ico has much to be thankful for, y Opportune rains have fallen over1 the greater part of our area, so th h husb d and our herds of cattle and Hocks of sheep have increased largely in number, and cattle have brouirht exceptionally hiirh i rices, (i During the year we have been $) free from epidemics and plagues v and the health of our citizens on y) the whole has been good. '(0 History has been made during', T the last twelve months. A co.i-:U stitutiot for the government of New Mexico has been adopted; state officers have been elected by 1 1 the people at an election marked by quiet and good order, and in a few ...

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. — 24 November 1911

1., A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUMR 12, GARRIZOZO. LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, NOVEMBER 24, 1U1 NUM HICK 43, Greer and Two Officers Killed. The body of Johnnie Greer, who was killed by the sheriff of buna county and posse last week, arrived here Wednesday night, and was conveyed to the old horn on the Bonito for inter ment. Greer and two were surrounded by the and his posse in a ranch house owned by the V cross T outfit, knowli as the adobe building, lo cated near the Moollon moun tains in Socorro county. The three, finding' they were sur rounded, left the house, nwumcd their horses and, according to the dispatches, the battle bega in which Greer and two of the ,jossc were killed. Substittte the name of Johnnie Greer for that of the one mentioned as unknown, but who was afterwards identified as Greer and his body shipped home, and the following thrilling story by the press furnishes interesting reading: trench and kept up the firing. It was about four hu...

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. — 24 November 1911

if l"," f7 k WORK NOW A SCIENCE HOUSEKEEPING TODAY A VERY DEFINITE OCCUPATION. Sanitary Conditions and the Care of the Home Must Be Thoroughly Understood Systematic Cloan Ing Up Most Desirable. When a woman enters Into tho housekeeping business sho takes upou herself grnvo responsibilities, and It becomes her duty to Inform herself on nil subjects that pertain to hor chosen work. Wo must understand sanitary conditions both in and out side of tho house. Wo must know how to keop ovorythlng, from family to premises, In tho host condition, with tho least work and worry possi ble Wo must keep pneo with house hold Improvements and Inventions, and bo able to select the best for our own special uso. It Is our business to eeo that all leaks which toad to ex travaganco and loss of health aro closed permanently, for "snnttntlon and economy nro twin sisters." Our protection from dirt, dlscnso and in sects Is a hygienic matter that scl enco domands today, and thlB Is af forded moro through a stu...

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. — 24 November 1911

FASHIONABLE FRINGES CHENILLE POPULAR FOR FALL HAT TRIMMING. Plumes, Pompons, Tassels and Ros ettes Fashioned by the Clever Trimmer "Rat-Tall" Is the Prettiest and Best. FrlngeB of all descriptions, and es pecially those of chenille appear on the now fall hats as a trimming. The cleverness of trimmers has fashioned them Into plumes, pompons, cockades, tassels and rosettes, and they are used about tho crowns as a finish. Tho "rat-tail" fringo of chenille, like that shown It. tho pictures, Is the prottlest and bust liked. Narrow, flat, Bilk fringes aro used to cover crowns (and sometimes entlro shapes), laid row after row over a silk foundation. Rat-tall fringes aro shown In silver and gilt fabrics, and merit a better namo than that given them, for they are elegant, giving a hint of splendor in millinery. Tho tinsel fringes aro more sparingly used than those- of silk chenlllo. Tho two models shown horo aro In black and white, but may bo had In other color combinations. Fig. 1 1b hatB a...

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. — 24 November 1911

jar.' t - THE CARRIZOZO NEWS PubllHliixl tivury I'rltliiy nt Cakhi.ozo - Nuw Mkxico ICiitcridl ii h HMCiunl olww iniilti'i' .limn 12, I'.ins, til tliq'mwtotlltM nt I'mnasiiMi, Now Moxlcn. iwtlitr thniietof Mnrcli :i, IKTit HUllSCMtll'TIOS HATK8 Out) Ywir .... BU Months (liy mull) - I.W 11AI.I3Y.V DlNOWALIi I'UIIMHIII'IIH Customary Congratulations Lacking. It lias been almost three weeks since the election, and vet the public press has published noth ing of a congratulatory nature from II. O. Bursuni, the defeated candidate for governor, to his successful rival. W. C. Mc Donald. Many have wondered why such a message had not been Bent from the vanquished to the victor; or if the victor had re ceived such a message, why it had not been given to the gener al public. Therefore, in order to secure tlie facts, we, yesterday, called up Governor-elect McDonald and asked him if he had received the congratulations of Mr. Bursuin, his late opponent. Mr. McDon ald replied in the negative, stat i...

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. — 24 November 1911

Hanging in the Balance. people ami now money into the , The race for judge in this (lis- ; state. Oct the return post card Mtfl, between John Y. Hewitt hal.it. The Bureau of luuuigra aiid 12dward U Mueller, is still ! d" will furnish any number of hanging in the balance. One these cards desired and will see dny, according to reports, Judge 'that you are kept supplied. Every IJlewitt is ahead, the next it is ie of these cards you use in eor QOntradicted. It is a kind of will , respondence means one more olow o' the wisp--sometimes you see it, ' in the behalf of Greater New then, again, you don't. Incom-; Mexico. nlCteand uuollicial returns givel Write to the Uureau of Immi- -Jtitigo Hewitt one majority, and 1 gration. A lliuqucrquc, N. M the J utlg-e's friends in Lincoln douuty are clinging to that ma- j rlty like grim death; for there JOHN E. BELL (Successor to Win Hold & Bill Staple & Fancy Groceries Fresh Vegetables from Mesilla Valley (iardens JCvery Week. Prompt attentio...

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. — 24 November 1911

HUIISUKII'TIUN KATHH' Oiiii Yt'iir .... Six MontliK (by iiin.ll . H,Uit5Y.U)lNOVAUj I'lllli.IHIIKIIH. THE CARRIZOZO NEWS' More prairie hay has boon I'uhiiHiu very Kriii.iy t ! hauled in this season than for Cank i ZO.0 - Nkw Mkxico years past. It is an excellent , grade too, containing a good por- Hiitnruii 'WKonimiJ cIhhh nintlrr Jiiiiq la, IWIS, at tioil of graillilia. tllit iiiiHtolllco at llurrlr.iizo. Now Mtixlcu, iilillur " tNuetof-MMtci.:!, im. 'p. C. Hill, manager of the big I mercantile establishment of the $i.r,o Phelps-Dodge Co., at Dawson, ,,0tl came in last night. Mr. Hill wan Villi v; ill uiinuivnn in uiuwiii county and has many friends. ' James Gray and Tamily arrived j Monday evening, and will make ! Currizozo their home. They ! came irom ii,uvanis county, Texas. Mr. Gray is a brother of our fellow-townsman VV. D. j Gray. The Gray Bros, have just re ceived a lynx from Chicago, III., where they had sent it some time ago to have mounted. The cat is a large one of his s...

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. — 24 November 1911

Wreck on Rock Island. A head-end collision look place Saturday morning on lllo Rock Taft if Ho Wants It. For nionlhs, wo hnvr begu ham mering at local republicans and assuring them an assurance they Island, a short distance cast of little appreciate, however that Tucuincari. The trains were, they will have Taft for their uom- No 2 going east, and a freight inee for president in 1VI2, with Strain coining west. The impact Mcdonald addition or without their consent. It is a hitter pill, it must he confessed, was not .-is grout as at first re ported; for both engineers rovers-1 for they realize and openly assert ' ed their levers, and with the fire that Taft is as w eak us skimmed 1 men jumped from their cabs, milk. The astuio political writer! Kive or six were slightly injured, ! in the Saturday evening l'ost, the mail clerk the ino-t serious; Lots 25 and 50 x 130 Feet. When you buy a lot hero it is 130 (Vol long, facing on a street 80 foot wide, "whether for a home or for a business l...

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. — 24 November 1911

CARRIZOZO NEWS CARWZOZO NEW MEXICO BOIL CONSERVATION. In tbe last decado covered by son bub roportB the avorngo aero dovotod to wheat In tho United States pro duced 13.5 bushels a yoar. Austrlu, In tbo Bamo period, produced 17 bushels per aero, France, 10.8, Germany 27.0 and the United Kingdom 32.2. In tho crime decado our avorngo yield of oats was less than 30 bushels per acre, while Great Britain's was 42 and Ger many's 40. For barley tbo figures aro 25 bushols per aero, as compared with 33 for Germany and 34.0 for Great Britain. Comparisons similarly unfa vorable to our agricultural progress might bo presented at wearlsomo, length, sayn the Ohio Stato Journal. Nearly all Bhow that our boasted soil 1b giving poorer results than tbo hard workod farm lands of European' coun tries. It Is not tho soil's fault It' is because we bavo neglectod tho con servation of our soil, Just as wo have neglected tbo conservation of our for ests and our other natural resources. We have been forever t...

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. — 24 November 1911

ARE YOUR KIDNEY8 WEAK? Thoro nro two ways to toll If you havo weak kidneys. Tlio first la through pains In tlio hack. Tlio sec ond by examining tlio kldnoy secre tions. If you sua poet your kldnoys, begin UBlngDonn's Kldnoy Pills nt onco. B. R. Wilson, Emmcttshurg, Io wn, snyB: "I was completely lnld up with kldnoy com plaint and inflam matory rheuma tism. My limbs and feet wore terri bly Bwollon and bo inflamed I could not walk for days. After doctors had failed to holp mo, I began using Doan's Kldnoy Pills. Three boxes cured mo bo completely that I havo not had tho Blight est trouble sinco." "When Your Back Is Lame, Re member tho Name DOAN'S." COo a box at nil stores. Fostcr-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. FOR THOSE FOND OF SALSIFY It'fl always tho other people who should bo satisfied with what they have. 4 " Mai atcps a ueep-beated Cough in a Hurry A Family Supply of Unequaled Cough Remedy for 50c Money Re funded If It Falls. Cough medicines, no a rale, contnin a laro proportion of p...

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