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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 24 November 1911

Socialism Defmed. Mr, Editor, Dear Sir: As a considerable number of people in Lincoln Co., as well as elsewhere, are curious to know something about the So-, cialist party, and especially as to its party organ izazation a u d methods of nominating its officers and managing its party affairs. ' I would like to havo the privi- j lege of answering a few of the , more important questions through j your paper. I am sure some of j the readers of your paper will up- preciate the same. j To begin with, I wish to say 1 that the Socialist party is the biggest thing in the world in the "way of a political party. i Being an international, organi zation, bound together by an in ternational congress; it casts over ten million votes. In the United States its membership has in-, creased from 50,000 in 1910, to over 100,000 in 1911. Each member on joining- the party, signs the party pledge, which in part, is as follows: "I have severed my relations with all other parties . . . and endorse tho consti...

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. — 1 December 1911

V' V Garrt5050 flews. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 12. CARRIZOttO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, DECEMBER 1, NUMBER -14 CANVASSING THE VOTE. Dark Forebodings for Mexico. j ne lonowiug, irom repuoii- Toinbslonc, Ariz., N.-v. 2J. can suurci's, outlines a rather j The El Paso Herald eorrespond queer situation at vSatita Ec, con-jent is in receipt of a lengthy nai','M.r tt, ,.i..,.ii,,. communication from Frank O. Santa Fu, N. M.N .v. 29 With I ihe oflicial returns from 22 pre-j cincts missing and three precincts J ntH .having held an election, the ; official canvassing board of the November election, when it con vened this forenoon, was con fronted by a peculiar situation with returns from six counties to be sorted, which will probably Anderson, now located in the in terior of Mexico, who de clares that much unrest is being manifested among the lower classes of Mexicans, and further that the inauguration of Fran cisco I. Madero as president of Mexico was b...

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. — 1 December 1911

CARRIZOZO NEWS OAIUIIZOZO NEW MEXICO PICK CHICKENS BY VACUUM. Can chickens bo ricked by tlio vacuum cleaner procoss? If bo, thoro will bo a great saving of labor. A Now Jorsoy man who ralsos broilers for tho markot had his attention called to tho subject when his wlfo bought a vacuum cleaner for use around tho houso. When tho Idea occurred to him that tho vacuum cleanor might bo utilized to pick feathers, ho sot tho machlno at work at full speed, and rubbed tho nozzlo over n brollor. Even tho pin foathors wero removed and no singeing was needed, Bays tho Mllwnu koo Evening Wisconsin. Then no thought ho would savo tho feathers, and In plnco of tho bag to recelvo tho dust ho tied pillow casings to tho re ceiving end of tho-tubo. This plan worked well, too, and ho can pick his brollors and mako feather pillows at tho samo time. If his plan lowers tho prlco of broilers tho chicken man will recelvo the thanks of a grateful pub lic. Thoro Is only ono chanco for criti cism of the summary 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. — 1 December 1911

Successful Economy In Baking. Most liouHowlvcu nssumo when thoy buy A big can of baklnrjr powdor nt a low prlco that thoy havo beon economical. Thoy havo to a alight cxtont but whon they use that cheap ")g can" baking powdor, and find It no unovon In qunllty. or bo un rollablo that tho bilking falls, tharo Isn't so much economy In It after nil, for tho wasted materials far outweigh tho few cents Raved In tho prlco. .... BUCCESHFULi economy, Is In tho roach of ovory woman that desires It. Bho has only to order Calumot Baking Powdor, ana uso It according to Instructions. Thon, sho will achlovo economy. Kor not only does Calumet soil nt a reasonable prlco 2Cc per pound-but It Is so carefully mado by experienced chemists thaO falluro Is Imposslblo. Only tho best materials aro used and tho proportions of tho Ingredi ents aro so exact and so uniform that EVERY baking comes from tho oven, light, sweet, and beautifully raised. Calu met guaranteec you against failure, and that is what consti...

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. — 1 December 1911

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS I'll III tsliwl ovcry I'rltliiy "t C&KKIfcOZO - Nkw Micxieo Kfilnrcxl hh dociiihI oWn mutter Jnnr IK, Hurt, tit tlBfiySU'lHw ut Oarrtziizit, Now Muxicti, mitliir tlioiicfnf Mitruli IH7U. BUUHOHII'TION KATIM- OiioYoar .... $I.M) Bis .V-iiiIIih (hy iiihII) - l.w HAIjKV iV DINCIWAMj - - PuiiMKiirrtH. , It Looks Like the " Bull ". Tlic success of the gum shoe politician was never better illus trated than is now being present ed to the people of New Mexico. And that is, that, judging by ap nea ranees, "Jjuil" Andrews wiiiia. get one of the United States seu atorships. This is all the more remarkable when it is considered that the gentleman from Penn sylvania had almost dropped out of the minds of the people. Since the election of the dele gates to the constitutional con vention and the formation and adoption of that peculiar docu ment, the"Bull" was lost sight of by most people, and even by those most interested, who had out their rods. Catron, Fall, Spring er, Spi...

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. — 1 December 1911

Olio Ymr HU Moulin (liy miill) THE CARRIZOZO NEWS' Governor-elect McDonald left! h,i,i!Hi,n,i nvory i'ri,iy .,t Monday night for Santa Fc, to Cakiw.o.o - Nuw Mitxico , witness the official count of the . - - . . ballots cast November 7th. The! iftilnroil HHHiioiinti dun iimitcr .hind is, nuw, lit count boirati Monday of this week, tl0 lioaiollleu t ('arrl.iizo, Nmv Mnxloo. iinilnr J I Hioflctiif Mntciia. itnn. and it may require two weeks to lm7m ! complete it. j $i.Mi W. 13. lilauohard, ropubhean elect to the first state legislature from the 30th district, known as the "shoestring", was in Carizozo LOCAL NEWS ; a couple of days this week from ! his home in the eastern end of Elbert T. Collier and f ainily the county. were down Saturday from theirj ,. . . , , r . I G. II. Van Stone, corporation, home above Coyote. , . . . . .; , , J commissioner-elect on the dem-j D. D. Tiffany has purchased ocralic tickcl) camii (lown rrmi tlie Uiuuing residence and He is , 138tHIlciu Saturday. Me ...

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. — 1 December 1911

A Little Lay Scrmom. AlltiMimrniiiti limrtml. A murderer the other day, in the shadow of death, confessed his cHuio for the "purpose of standing ritfht with (5od and Hiuu." That is a splendid reason for doing anything, fir nobody inspired by thift sentiment does deeds which ouyln not to he done, communis the Kansns Citv Jour- sausus of all the best luininn ap probation. Standing right with God and man is not a matter of idle speculation and dilettante philosophising. Sometimes it comes home with startling em phasis. Free School Books. The democratic party, in its platform adopted at Santa Fe, 11 st 1 . editor ally. Uf course, the when its state convention met in ma I lime to "stand right with that historic city last October, God and man" is at the very be- went on record in favor of free ginning, lung before ev 1 deeds textbooks lor school children have brought the evildoer to the free books lor alU up to and in-! bar of justice, lttil the condemn-, eluding the eight yrade. To! ed m...

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. — 1 December 1911

i Becomes a Benedict. I Legal Holidays. ' j Jfoy Jacobs, an old Lincoln co-, in atMitioti to the legal holidays ttitj boy, l.ut for Hie past three 'designated by law, viz: July,, ytfB living at JJisbee, Arizona, Fourth, December twenty-fifth, Sifrpnsud hi.s friends hero last u,i January lirst, and nil days Sunday by presenting to them 1 designated by proclamation of the hiC wife. The maiden name of j yrm et nor as fast days or thanks-. Mrfe. Jacobs was Miss Nora Man-: giving days; February IwclftlV ley, who aljo lived at IJisbee. j (Lincoln's" birthday) and Kcb-1 IMie wedding took place in 151-jruary twenty-second (Washing-1 TJ'icVi 'i imnr Mini In ilnv. t,-.nV. 1, ' -( 1. .1'.. .. ....... 1. ........ fl .... l. I yilung couple ratue here Saturday observed by the public schools as f evtting. Thi-y went to Capitan, u'lrere they visited friends until yoSt6rtly, when they returned bare and left on the delayed No 1 for J3isbee, where they wili make their home. Best wishes are ex tendi d...

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. — 1 December 1911

ED-10UND FOR MONTHS. Hope Abandoned After Physicians' Consultation. Mrs. Enos Shearer, Yow and Wash Ington Sts., Contralta, Wash., says: "For years I was weak and run down, could not sloep, my limbs swelled and kldnoy secretions woro troublesome I was fast In bod four months. Throo doc tors Bald thoro was no euro for mo and I was given up to dlo. Being urged, I usod Doan's Kldnoy PIHb. Soon I was bettor and In a few weeks was about tho house, well and strong again." "When Your Back Is Lamo, Rc membor tho Namo DOAN'S." BOo a box at all stores. Fostor-MUburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. NO WONDER. A V Ho She 1b bo artificial. She Yes, artificiality seems natural to her. Association of Ideas. "You have a great many Hies and mosquitoes," Bald the rather super cilious girl. "Yop," replied Farmer Corntossol. "I didn't llko to mention It, but I'vo noticed every yoar that lllos, mos quitoes and summer boarders all ap pears to bo on hand at tho samo time." One Mother Says "There's only one trouble wi...

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. — 1 December 1911

COLDS Gured in One Day Ab a rule, a few doses of Munyon's Cold Remedy will break up ntty cold nnd pro vent pneumonia. It relieves llio hend, throat nnd lungs almost instantly, l'rico 23 cents at nny druaRist's, or sent postpaid. If you need Medical advico writo to Munyon's Doctors. They will carefully uinonoso your case ana give you auvico oy nn II n itenliilnltr ttnn Address Professor Munyon, C3a and Jefferson streets, riiiladclplna, i'a. Thompson's Eye Wafer altk rtlltf U j IrriUtlou tud bt dait, sua r "lot. Daniel Fahrenheit. In vlow of tlio abnormal weather which wo havo had this summer wo think a trlbuto of respect should bo paid to tho memory of Gabriel Daniol Fahrenheit, who was born on Septem ber 10, cither in 173G or 1740, it Is hard to say which. Before his day bov eral atompts had been rando to moas uro tho heat lovol, not tho heat, by tubes containing oil of spirits of wine, but it lay with a bankrupt merchant of Dantzlg to show how tho feat could bo successfully accompl...

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. — 1 December 1911

New State Special Abandonee!. Secretary II. B. Hewing, of the Bureau of Immigration, makes the following announcement con cerning the National Irrigation Congress at Chicago: The New Mexico committee of the National Irrigation Congress has found it necessary to call olT the proposed New State Special train to Chicago for the nine teenth session of the congress, Dec. 5th to 9th. This, because it was impossible to secure the nec essary 100 passengers required by the railroad company for the op eration of the special train. The latest date on which orders for the train could be placed is the above, and the necessary number not being enrolled, the enterprise has been abandoned. The committee has worked very hard for the success of this train, and under different circumstances would have been successful. As it is the committee has determin ed not to attempt to bring the delegates together before they reach Chicago. A strong delega tion is assured. The members will make the trip as best s...

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. — 8 December 1911

A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln Countv. CARNIZO'ZO. LINCOLN COUNTY, N15W MEXICO, DECEMHI3R H, ln NUMHKK '15 r. i 4$. 'i. 4-t M NAMARAS FLEAD GUILTY. ilFsil Los Angeles, Oil., Dec. 1. --James B. McNamara pleaded guilty to murder in the first degree in Judge Walter Bordwell's court today. His brother, John J. McNamara, secretary of the International Association of Bridge and Structural Workers, I entered a plea of guilty to having dynamited the Llewellyn '-Jtron Works in Los Angeles on Christmas clay, 1910. j James B. McNamara's confession clears up absolutely the 'tragedy of the explosion and fire which at 1:07 o'clock on the-s morning of October 1, 1910, wrecked the plant of the Los An-1 geles Times and caused the death of twenty-one persons. For . nineteen of these deaths the McNamara brothers were indicted ' and J. McNamara was on trial specifically for the murder ', of Charles J. Haggerty, a machinist whose body was found nearer than that of any other to the spot wh...

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. — 8 December 1911

7'.. far i HONEY IS VERY WHOLESOME Real Value 8o Out of Proportion te Cost It Should Be on Every Table. Most suburbanites would koop a few hlvoa of bccs-lf honor values wore bet tor understood. Even when the honey must bo purchased its real value 1b so out of proportion to Us cost that It should bo lucludtid among the every day necessities. Comparatively fow housowlves use honey us a substitute for sugar In baking, but managers of largo baker 1gb, always on the alert to find the best and most economical Ingredients to uso In their productions, valuo It at its truo worth, and use it in making their choicest products, becnuso it pro vides a variety of flavor. It producos llghtor and flnor cakes, and thoso in which it is used havo suporior keep ing qualities. Honey 1b in tho fat, heat and energy producing class of foods. Many pcoplo whu do not keep bees and a few that do consldor honey a luxury, whon if freely UBed It will save enough of cither butter or sugar to much more than equal 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. — 8 December 1911

MBff-: ,.s,,, ... Drug Dens Are Found Near the Capitol WVSIIINGTON. Revonuo omcorB and detectives in Washington raided four Culueso opium dona with in 600 yards or tlio Capitol and confis cated about $8,000 worth of tho drug. Thoy also secured ovldonco In tho Bhnpo of hairpins, women's clothing nnd shoes to Indicnto that tho places woro frequented by largo numbers of women. Tho raids worn tho beginning of a series that aro planned by tho authorities who havo boon watching the nativities of Chlneso in Welling ton for several months. In recent raids In Lob Angolos, Cal., tho police havo unearthed a now sys tem of concealing opium. Thoy wero disappointed In tho raids of the pnst fow weeks for whllo they took many suspicious-looking packages, all woro sealed with what appeared to bo rovo nuo stamps used on boxes of confec tionery. On opening somo of tho boxos it was Bhown every ono con tained opium. Boxes, supposed to .contain Chinese toa, woro nlso found full of opium. Somo boxes label...

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. — 8 December 1911

" III! IIMHIIIIIBIMM IIiM I' jl i juiaMiiiwnriMWMMroTiirmBn 1 1 iiiwrnnnnr 4ri at-- t "f ' " ; fHE CARRIZOZO NEWS 1'ii1)1IhIio(I ovory l'rlilny Bt Cakmizozo - Nkw Mkxico -IJiitoroil iih bocoiiiI oIiim miiftpr Junn I'.', Wits, nt tlid noHtollIro at ('nrrlzi)zci, Now Muxluo, tuiilor the net of Mnroli a. 1HI1I. BUimCIUI'TION HATIiH- Olio Ywir - Six MoutliR (by mull) $I.M) IIALKY & DlNQWALLi I'UIIMHIIMIH. THE PRESIDENT AND CONGRESS. The first regular session of the sixty4secoml congress convened Monday noon in Washington. The president's message, eonsist ing of 10,000 words, was read in both houses of congress. The message is devoted almost exclu sively to trust legislation, and the all-important subject of tariff revision is not touched. The house, where all revenue bills must originate, will, it is absolutely certain, put through a tariff bill, which will materially reduce duties, notwithstanding the silence of the president on that subject. It is almost equally certain that the s...

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. — 8 December 1911

Methodist Church Anounccment. ' tiiinday school at 1" o'clock a. in $b aching at 11 o'clock a.m. and .1 7:30 in the evening. Subject of ;iiUrning discourse. 'lheChrisi an Church, its Authority, inipor-J .ithue and purpose. Tho evening subject. Three disires of a great; ihliii. We most cordialy invite' (U'ery one to th.ise services. Come j lie at home with us whether i you bo a christian or not or being dnG differ never so widely from US ,come we will be glad to have 3'oiit and know you, and you ma v r&3t ti-sured we sh ill respect your fUGlliigs and appreciate your per fect right to differ from us. Should you write to ask any question, or like any information that we are able to give, or know of any way that we can be of ser vice to you or others, siniplv see its or drop us a note with your naiiie to it and we assure you that we will appreciate it and respect both communication aud sender. Yours fo serve, K. B. Eva s 1'j.s or. To Organize Farmer's Institute. We are in receibt of...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 8 December 1911

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS I'iiIiIIhIiimI nrory I'rldny nt. Gakkizozo - Nkw Mkxico Itatcrvil (is bucimhI r.liixM mutter Jtnin 12, W)3, nt tlm i'wlolllcii nt (Jurrfcozo, Now Mnxlco, (in dor tliu nut of Mnrcli , 1H7SI. HUiiHomrrioN katkh-- Onn Vwir .... $l.f0 HU Month (liy mull) . I.(KI HALUYiV DINOWAUj I'UIII.IHHKIIH. I LOCAL NEWS Charles Spcncc was a visitor from White Oaks yesterday. Les Harmon was in yesterday from the Texas Park country. Captain Rice and Mr. Mnrcklcy were down from Parsons yester day. George Rustin who look after the W interests around the No pal country, was down yesterday. Hon. A. H. Hudspeth left last night for Santa Fc, where he is interested in some legal matters. Mrs. William C. McDonald and daughter, Miss Frances, re turned Tuesday night from El Paso. Mr. and Mrs. Daid A, Smith are over this week from the Block ranch. They are stopping with Mrs. Smith's father, P. G. Peters. See the lovely line of new La dies', Misses and Men's Sweaters Ziegler Bros, just received...

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. — 8 December 1911

Is ,j4 t' - t t, ei f ! St ,4 . r V $ THE PUBLIC FORUM. 3? -s i -s a a a -9 -s -s a -9 a -s a a -9 -3 a a That tin re is a wave of discon tent going over the world is rve ogn zed by all who pretend to think: and, while it is no new thing, but only a repetition of the past, yet it is new in the sense that it is accompanied by a demand for popular government. At different times, in different countries, the people have raisul aury of discontent and demanded, a "Moses" to lead them out of bondage. but the rulers and politicians have been successful in most cases in quieting them in various ways. The uiot pop ular way in the United States ' has been to introduce some made to order "Savior," clothed in garments of economic- righteous ness and wearing a halo of polit cal glory about his head, and babbling some high-sounding, catch-phrase whii h sounds like ev erything and, in fact, is nothing. The latest is "The good man" phraHe; and while it has played no small part in changing the curren...

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. — 8 December 1911

r, ,Vf-' i " Skr." CARRIZOZO tOARIUZOZO NEW MEXICO 1r v NEWS OVERALLS FOR SCHOOLGIRLS. Dr. Honry S. Curtis of Clark unlver sity, who 1b ono of tho most active workers In tho Plnygrounda Associa tion of America, has offorod a sugges tion that should appoal to mothers of young girls and ono which, U adopted will probably causo tho girls to rlso up in futuro years and call him blossed. Dr. Curtis, appreciating tho handicap that girls havo in play and outdoor athletics, suggests that girls up to tho ago of thirteen or fourteen years bo allowed to wear trousers or ovoralla and thus meet their boy playmates on an equality. Tho suggestion appoari wholly commendable so long ai thought is had only of tho larger op portunities that would bo offered to the girls thus rolloved or tho Impedi ment In athletic work and outdoor ox erclso. From a purely oconomy stand point, too, It would mnko possiblo a big saving in tho clothing and laundry, accounts of tho girls, but thoro is an other phaso of tho...

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. — 8 December 1911

, . . mmmtmmmm COMBI.JED PENCIL AND LIGHT Will Be Found of Great Convenience In Making Notes or Plana In Dark Basements. An archltoat desires to mnlto a noto of some defect In tho dnrk basomont of a building, an author to record a sudden midnight inspiration, tho slouth to sketch n plan on tho spot; In fact, many Instances arlso whore tho electric pencil shown In tho Illus tration would bo useful In giving n llttlo light and that only whero need- Combined Pencil and Light, od, Bays tho Popular Electricity. Uy turning tho scrow at tho top tho light is switched on. When tho pencil at tachment Is removed tho dovlco may bo used llko tho ordinary pocket light. In designing a novelty of this kind tho battery could bo placed in tho barrel of tho pencil and ono of tho vory small "grain of whoat" Inmps which nro mado for 'dental purposes, etc., could bo used. MUCH HAND LABOR IS SAVED ElectrloVnlve-Grlndlng Tool Has Just Seen Placed on the Market by American Company. A lino of electric valve-...

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