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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 22 December 1911

1' ' Fixing up the Settlement. "Well, wo'vo divided up the monoy, tho automobiles and tho dogs oqult ably," said tho dlvorco lawyer. "Who gotfl tho custody of tho child?" naked tho attornoys for tho other side. "Is thoro n child? My client never Bald nny thing to mo' about that!" Wnshlngton Herald. A Turning Worm. "Soo that measuring worm crawling up my skirt! " cried Mrs. IJjcnks. "That's a sign I'm going to havo a now dress." "WoU, lot him mako It for you," growled Mr. BJeuks. "And whllo ho's about It, have him send a hookworm to do you up tho back. I'm tired of tho Job." Liverpool Mercury. The Way of It. Tho 3trcot car was hold up whllo thu coal was deposited In a cellar. Aftor fifteen minutes tho Irato old gentleman could stand It no longer. "Great guns!" ho exploded to tho mo torman. "This Is tho worst I've seen yet In this town! I supposo they couldn't mako that wagon six Inches shorter, now, could they?" "If they did, I reckon It wouldn't hold tho eighteen hundred pounds of c...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 22 December 1911

THE REASON. Llttlo Wallaco Pn, -why doea pop corn pop 7 HIb Pa Because my Bon, llko mon, it dooBn't know any bettor. The Happlor Ago. Tho Bronzo Ago man chuckled. "If I wub stool, I Biipposo thoy would dlflBolvo mo," ho cried. Herowlth ho rejoiced ho didn't llvo too late. Death Bad Jest Among what may bo called death' hod Josts, that of tho Rov. Jamoa Outh rloB of Stirling, ono of tho Covenantor nmrtyrs, dosorvoa a high place. Lord Outhrlos rocallB tho Btory In "From a Northern Window." Mr. Quthrlos was executed at tho Cross In tho High Btroot, Edinburgh. Tho night boforo ho aslted for clieoso for 'supper. Ills frlondB wondored, for tho phyBlclanB had forblddon him to oat choose. But ho Bald, with a Biullo, "I am now bo yond tho hazard of all earthly dls oaseB." Undo HomuB' Mnguzlno. DANGER 8IQNAL8. A Question of Art. "Was that play you Bpoak of highly artlBtlc and poetical?" aBked tho girl who poses. "I don't bollovo It could havo boon," roplled tho girl who 1b trunk. "I understood...

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. — 22 December 1911

ED1T0RIALETTES. "Taft can't be elected," says Pinchot. Who said he could? The colonel is on the defen sive, and is now endeavoring to explain why he, as president, permitted the great steel mer ger. His explanations fail to explain, and is only another convincing proof that this erst while trust-buster is the biggest four-flusher that ever sat in the White House. Democracy means progress ion. The "interests" don't like it for that reason. An attempt to gain the support of the "in terests" means first, dishonor; second, defeat. A militant, progressive democracy has an ' easy victory before it: any-j thing that looks like trimming will bring merited defeat. A peculiar condition con fronts the republican party of the United States. Even the controlling element of the party confess Taft's weakness, and fear his defeat, and yet won't take LaFollette decidedly the choice of the rank and file of the party. That's why, per haps, the G. 0. P. is making goo-goo eyes at Oyster Bay. u The nomin...

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. — 29 December 1911

arn 3030 it . . if A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. , VOLUME 12. CA.RRIJ50ZO. LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, DECEMBER 29, 1911. NUMBER 48 State Officers Equally Divided. jcision In the Clayton case, re The final count in the new iriirdless of which way it was Statu of Now Mexico gives tlic tlccitlccl. Couum-1 for loth sides Pomoorats and progressives eiht of the con trovers v. it is umcUt of the state officers and the Re-'stood, have agreed that Judjre publicans the other eight. The Roberts is the proper man to de following is the distribution: ! the case. Die mock ATS. ' failure of Judge MeKio to Governor, W. C. McDonald; I act this inorning dissipates the Lieut. Governor, E. C. de Baca; last hope held out that the stati Suc. of State, Antonio Lucero; hood pnvlauiiition nuiy be issued Treasurer, O N. Marron; ji" time to hold the inauguration Sups, of P. Instruction Alvin on January 1. White; Congressman, U B Fergussuu; , Carrizozo Public School Crowded. Stmreme Ju...

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. — 29 December 1911

Prejudice Is a Serious Menace Projudlco Is a hard thins to overcome, but wlir.ro lioalth la at stalto and the opinion of thousands of reliable peoplo differs from yours, prejudlco thon bo comes your menace and you ought to lay It asldo. This la a aid In tlio Inter est of people sufforlntr from chronlo constipation, and It is worthy of their attention. In the opinion of lesions of rollable American peoplo tho most stubborn constipation Imaginable can be cured by a brief use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. You may not havo heard of It before, but do not doubt Its merits on that account, or because It has not beon blatantly advertised. It has sold very uccessrully on word of mouth recom mendation. Paronts are giving It to their children today who woro given It by their paronts, and It has boon truth fully said that mora druggists uso It personally In their families than any othor laxative Letters recently received from Mr. Franlt Adams, 1413 E. Oth St., Wichita, Kas., nnd Carrie Nlchol...

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. — 29 December 1911

Thoro are still plenty of green pas tures for all the Lord's shoop. Red Gross Hhk RIiic nmcli bettor, rom fftrllior tlmn liquid blue. Out from any Utoccr. Tho bright Bide 1b sure to bo tho right sldo. Mary D. Urine. Mrjji Window's Soothing Syrup for Children tctliliiU'. wiflens tlio ifUiiiH, minces Inllnmmu-iToo- ulliiyu palu, uuren wlnil uollo, Mc u bottle' Tho man who trloB to tnpor oft In Bin will soon bo In over his head again. Jr. 1'lcrco'fl Pleasant Pellets regulate Rtii Invigorntu atomnch, liver and bowels. Siigimcoatcd, tiny granules, easy to tako as caudy. To strivo nt all Involves a victory achloved over sloth, inertness and in difference. DlckoiiB. VARIETY IN PEACHES CnRISTMAS POST CARDS FREE Bond 2o ttnmp fur llvo Huttiplcs ot hit vorjr ctiolo ciit Uolcl ICuiuosmmI Ulirlstmnn nnd Now Teat l'uat Circlm bciml If ill colors nnd lovolluot urIkiii. Art l'ust Card Club, 731 Juukson St., Topcku. Kantai When hcntlng n furnace with your enemy, don't forget that you may havo to go...

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. — 29 December 1911

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS I'ubtlBliitil ttvery L'rldny nt Cakhiozo - Nkw Mkxico Kutorixl on hocdikI oIhkm mutter Juno IWtH, ut thu KHtojIlco at ('iirritoza, Now Mexico, imilor ttm net u't Mnroli 3. 1B71). BU 1180111111 ON HATE8 OnoYonr .... $l.M) Ulx Month (by mail) . . $1.00 HALHY A, DINOWALL ronufliiritB. The time for New Year resolu tions is at hand. Make some good ones and keep them. Do not fail to exercise the same charily towards others that you would ask for yourself. A due consideration for the shortcomings of others is a good resolution to be adopted by all. Roosevelt says he is not in poli tics, but, notwithstanding- the statement, he isia nightmare to the Taft boomers. Let your new year resolutions be good ones. Then, when you have resolved and resolved, close with the resolution that you will keep inviolate everyone you have made; arid if you do so the last will be your best. Italy and Turkey are still at war, with results, so far, lacking in seriousness tocither. Wait until It...

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. — 29 December 1911

. 1 1 OH i9R. Rurales Meet Defeat. ronaiutngo. Statv of Mexico. doxioo, Dec. ii". 1 hirtveu out n ii (luiaciiiiii-iii ui -u iiii.ius i'.vun: kimc'ii in i ii"i nun , Xapatistas at Santa Maria, , outhxvfsi of hero, Sunday, ac-j eordieg' to details that have just and ther bodies mutilated. The ruraltn were spied on a hill by 300 Zapatistas They cut their way through the enemy, but, not knowing ihe countr.-, were trapped in ravine. The govern mdnt force was over whelmed and almost out to pieces with machetes. Several badiy wounded escaped. The women, wives of rurales. witnessed the butchery and when they shouted for mercy for the men, they also were attacked. A body of troops, consisting of nearly 100 rurales, has been i . - i t a . . f . . . r uny v 1 1 it ii I rtmi i ni I ti i i 1 1 1 a c n m' ' -A. H V. till It 4IIII ill I I'lUl i W . 1 t I 1 . iiiv. in u v iiku ui m wi t iun .yj v.w- opcrute ui the campaign against X general Im ilia mi Zapata. In few!1 . t"mo" ol government mtL'T' ,...

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. — 29 December 1911

4 " , THE CARRIZOZO NEWS I'libllHliwI nvcry Friday nt Cakkizozo - Nkw Mkxico Hntcnil ax apcimiiI cIiwh tnultiT .lunn Vi, 11HM, at inn ponmiuco ni i 11rr1r117.11, nw .tiuzico, untinr thonct ofMiiroli 3. I Kill, SUIMCKIPTION HATIC8 Otw Yinr .... f,r.o Hlx .Month (ly mull) . . . l.( II A L 137. DINdWAIili I'llllMHIIHIH. LOCAL NEWS A Happy New Year to all our readers. Henry Corn, assessor-elect, is in town today. Frank Curry was in town Saturday from Tularosa. Dr. Guido Rnnnigcr arrived last night from Oscura. Governor W. C. McDonald Jcft Tuesday night for Santa Fe. J. J. Saunders, of Tularosa, was here on business yesterday. A. II. Hudspeth returned yesterday morning- from Santa Fe. Rev. R. B. Evans, the Method ist pastor, visited El Paso this week. Judge G. J3. Greer came over yesterday from his home near Parsons. Marshal Neil, of Iowa, is visit ing the Spencc family during the holidays. Mesdamcs Ulrick and Holland went to El Paso yesterday to be absent two or three days. Dr. M.G. Pad...

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. — 29 December 1911

Public Masonic Installation. "The local Masonic lodge had a public installation of officers f$ Wednesday night, as did lso the Eastern Star lodge. . Follow ing the installation, refreshments . vtre served which were highly enjoyed by members and the j guests. The officers installed in Hie Blue lodge wore: Samuel W. Miller, Worshipful Master; T. W. Watson, Senior Warden; F. A. English, Junior Warden; C. S. Jones, Senior Deacon; J. 1J. Garven, Junior Deacon; I. 13. SchaetTer, Secretary; W. C. Miller, Treasurer; K 12. Stidham, Tyler. The following ofiicers were installed' in the Eastern Star Lodge; Mrs. E. A. Gumin, Worthy .Matron; Sirs. Samuel Miller, Assistant V. M; Mrs. C. S. Joms, Conductress; Miss Sallie Hilderbrandt, Assistant Conductress; Mrs. V. C. Miller, Treasurer; Clarence Spence, Sentinel; Mrs. Clarence Spence, Warden; Mrs. R. E. Stidliam, Ada; Mrs. Hattie Pons, Ruth; Mrs. II S. Fairbanks, Esther; Mrs. H. E. Pine, Martha; Mrs. Foster, Electra. At the Baptist Church. Bible s...

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. — 29 December 1911

CARRIZOZO NEWS CAMUZOZO NEW MEXICO ACHIEVEMENTS IN IGNORANCE. Qoenral Barry's report concerning tho dcflclont education of many can dldatcs examined for admission to WoBt Point Military Acadomy Is In teresting from tnoro than one point of view. ThcBo young men wore not ta ken at hazard from tho mass of their follows, nor woro thoy merely young men of averago ability. Each of thorn had been selected and chosen as a nominee for a cadotship. Each of thorn had presumably prepared for tho examination ho know awaited him. ays tho Now York World. Yet many of them disclosod a dogrco of lgnor anco concerning history and 1 1 tc ma ture that could hardly bo surpassed among illiterates. Ono of thoso as pirants for West Point stated that Leo and Stonowall Jackson had fought at Princeton and Trenton, anothor that tho battlo of Waterloo was fought between "Nopollcan" and "Welling ford." Of Mason and Dixon's lino it was said It "dividos Maryland from Georgia." Among the "most import ant writers of ...

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. — 29 December 1911

mno. uuuut nui inn ntoouu Agent's Talk of the Efflcaoy of "Touch" Merely Amused Old Man's Darling, Lauronco A. Tnnzor of tho CltlzohB' union, was condemning in Albnny cer tain features of tho proposed Now York charter. "I don't want to rco tho city In tho powor of tho boseos," ho fluid. "I don't want to boo tho city plnccd in tho position of old Gobsa Goldo. "Oobsa Goldo, you know, married In his old ago a bountiful young actress a very regrettable thing. "Tho fair young Mrs. Gobsa Goldo wns examining tho royal suite in a 30 Btory hotol of cream-colored Btono ono day, and tho hotol manager was point ing out tho sulto's manifold conveni ences. " 'You touch a button,' ho said, 'and thU onyx bath Alls automatically. You touch a button, and tho temporaturo of each room rises or falls. You touch a button, nnd a motor car Is at tho door. You touoh a button ' "But Mrs. Gobsa Goldo, nodding mischievously toward her aged hus band, said: "Oh, I havo no use for your silly llttlo buttons. I onl...

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. — 29 December 1911

Bankiiig Plan Trust Plan. Much lias been said concerning a central banking plan, and Rx Scnator Aldricli has come for- tions. 'While Mr. Gary and Mr. Per kins subscribe to the proposal to allow the government to fix i ward with a commission plan prices, regulate methods of pro-, that has elicited much comment, duction, and send violators of the J About the clearest exposition of ' law to jail, they would maintain j the matter we have seen comos ! the present condition of central-! from a Washington correspond-j ized control. These men. wit-j ent, and, according to the views ' nesses before the committee i therein expressed, the plan is far showed, do not care how business from what the people want, is conducted, just as long as there 1 Here is the article: "That the ' is a centralized power in which' monctarv scheme bv the Aldrich 1 r.nntrnl is vested. Under the commission is designed to Aldrich plan such power will lie Jii strengthen the hold of the trusts! with a commission, and i...

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. — 5 January 1912

i Si1" Carr 15030 A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Uncoln County, VOLUME 12, CARRIZOZO. LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, JANUARY 5, I'UJ?. ,' Absolutely Complete Election Figures. The following gives the exact result on fit a to officers at the No vember election: For Governor: McDonald 31,030 Burxum 28,019 McDonald's maj. 3017 For Lieutenant Gov. IS. C. De Haca 29. M2 Martinez 28,900 De Baca's maj. 730 Fur Secretary of State: Lticcro ' 2,092 Romero 28.932 r Lucero's maj. 700 State Auditor: Sargent 29.574 Delgado 20,133 Sargent's maj. 441 For Treasurer: , O. N. Marrow 29.807 Mirabal 28,977 Marrou's maj. 8'tO For Atty. General: Clancy 30,102 ' McGill 23,721 Clancv's maj. 1441 4I?pr Superintendent of Public Instruction A. N. White 29,521 Stronp 29,410 White's maj. Ill For Land Commissioner: Ervien 29,704 Emerson 29,242 ' Ervien's maj. 538 For Judges Supreme Court Elect Roberts 29,081 Ilanna 29.074 Parker 29,583 Wright 29,541 Burkhart 29.453 Dunn 29,423 ewe. , ft k& mu 1 u ni mm um...

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. — 5 January 1912

CARRIZOZO NEWS CAMIIZOZO NEW MEXICO WOMAN'S ABILITY. The Into Premier Stolypln'H recog nltion of the capacity of women for public business took a very practical form, which lu pleasing to tho women of Russia in gonoral as well as to tho strong-minded Dowagor Empress It is displeasing to men who are can dldatcs for official honor, as it makes women in certain cases their success ful rivals. It Is truo that by an amendment ordered after tho original promulgation of tho order only one in five of tho civil sorvlco staff can bo a woman: nor can a woman rlno hlghor than tho seventh of tho twelvo ranks In tho service says tho Milwaukoo Evoning Wisconsin. So men will con tinuo to monopolize tho coveted tltlo "High Excollency," and tho chanco that a woman will bo a cablnot minis ter 1b very remoto. 0,no noteworthy foaturo is that women rocelvo tho sumo pay as mon In positions of equal rating. Womon officials aro to receive full pensions, even If they marry bo foro leaving tho sorvlco, and th...

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. — 5 January 1912

D41RY VALUE OF A PURE-BRED SIRE Pedlgreo Bulls Get Calves Far Su perior In Dairy Quality to Those cf Local Animals. (By W. U. GILBERT.) Although tho general run of dairy cows aro of no doflnlto breeding, they qro not necessarily tho woroo for thnt. Good dairy quality is a natural char acterlstlc which is hereditary to an eminent degree. A long lino of an cestors of dairy character on both sides of tho family treo is quite suf ficient to lnsuro good dairy quality of tho offspring. Dairy character has bcon developed by careful selection. It is not a qual ity originally inhorent in any one Champion Holsteln. breed, although somo breeds provo themselves moro amondablo to tho In fluence of selection than others. Dairy farmors aro fully allvo to tho importanco of heredity in this respoct, and although thoy favor cattle of cer tain breedB, thoy light shy of cattle of thoBO breeds from pedlgreo herds. This is becauso they havo found that pedlgreo bulls In many instances got calvos far super...

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. — 5 January 1912

'fl' THE CARRIZOZO NEWS 11 1 Hi itt twiry Krlilny tit. Cakkizozo - Nkw Mkxico ICntorcd no hocoiiiI cIiim mutter .Iiiiih IHIH, til the piiatolliiin at Currltuzo, Nnw Mnxlcii, iiniltir tint nut of Mnroli 11, 187W. BUHUOIMITIUN ItATtiS Oiw Vur .... Blx.Moutlm (by mall) . (1.00 IIAIjRV.fcMNUWAMj I'UHMHIII'IIH. Old Board Adjourns. The board of county commis sioners, that have conducted the affairs of this county for a num ber of years past, met Monday and adjourned sine die Wednes day night. Whether the old board will reconvene before finally going out of office de pends entirely on the time that will elapse 'before the new board is installed, and whether or not anything of serious moment should arise that would require immediate attention. This con tingency is not anticipated; for it is the general belief that the president will issue his proclama tion admitting us to statehood, whereupon the new board will at once convene and organize. Therefore, it is reasonably safe to assume that We...

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. — 5 January 1912

J I New reached here from an ; iiuthoritntive source this morning Unit the president would issue the proclamation, admitting Newj Mexico to statehood, today. The date of the inauguration litis been definitely fixed for January, lnth. The inaugural date is I authentic and all who intend to j attend the inaugural of the lirst j governor of the state of New Mexico, who is also the lirst citizen of Lincoln county, may act accordingly. j Ancho Marriages, j At the residence of the bride's father, Dec. 27, l'Ul, by Kev. J. I IJ. Perkins, Mr. 15. C Riley and Miss Ora Carter, both of Ancho, N. Mex. At Ancho, N. Mex. on Dec. 28, lHl, by Kev. J. B. Perkins, Mr. C. 13. Clark of Vaughn, N. Mex au'd Mrs. Vaughn Mathis of Ancho, N. Mex. At the Methodist Church. The usual services. Sunday School at 10 a.m. Preaching' at 11 a.m. and at 7:30 in the eve ning. You are welcome to any and all of these services. K.1J. ID vans, Pastor. , odieil3 Metal Pfodttotlon, $U6llii!jfttiu, D. C, Jan. 3. -gold produc...

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. — 5 January 1912

THIS CARRIZOZO NEWS I'iiIiIIhIiwI nvcry I'rliliiy ill Cahhizo.o - Nicw Mux ico ltflkl MB Ht'Ollllll alllNM lllllttlT .llllll! IS!, IIWS, at u iiogtoillDti at l'nrriziiii, Sow .Muxluti. utiilitr oiigtnf.Mnruli 8. IB7U, SUIiStUMI'TION IIATIK Oiio Ygtir .... Six Mimtlii (liy until) . $i.nn PR4lll!SSlONAL CAiiI15 12 W I MUDS IM&T II A work tt vs- at La v II AI.ItY V 1)1 NO WAN I'irill.lHMKIIM LOCAL NEWS A. T. Anderson came down from Parsons Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Ourncy left Wednesday for 131 Paso. Attorney I2dwin C. Mecheiu was in town yesterday frqni Alamogordo. Henry Corn, Lincoln county's new assessor, spent several days in town this week. Conductor McNauiara returned Saturday night from a trip to Canada. Mrs. J. T. Lobdell left Satur day for 131 Paso to join her hus band who has located there, Mclvin Franks, the new county commissioner from district No. 2, was down Tuesday from Corona. A. D. Oaudin is hack on his run after beiuy oil for the holi days. 1 lreman u. l . Mcia...

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. — 5 January 1912

JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE' OF FALL AND WINTER MERCHANDISE. KIRSHBAUM CLOTHING at 25 per cent disconnt. Not a one reserved All must go. 1.25 Shirts in Laundered and Wool for 95c. 75c Negligee Shirts 55c. 1.75 Wool Shirts 1.45. 2.00 Wool Shirts 1.55. 2.25 and 2.50 Wool Shirts 1.70. 3.00 and 3.50 Wool Shirts 2.25. All Ladies' and Misses' Coats at actual cost. These must go as we need the room for Spring1 Goods. Ladies' Net Waists worth up to 7.50, special 1.95, These Waists are slightly soiled. Ladies' Skirts in all the new weaves and colors at 25 per cent discount. Just received a case of Regent Ginghams that we are offering at 8 1-3 cents per yard. See window dis play of same. . These are just a few of the specials that you will find in our store for the next 30 days. THE (AMMO TRADING ((WANT I "If it's not Good, We'll make it Good.' I Fourth Lyceum Entertainment. Perhaps one of the best of the scries of the five entertainments, given bv the. I. S. White Lyceum Agency, will be presented...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
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