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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 5 January 1912

i NDIISM AND WHY DO MAINSPRINGS BREAK? STETHOSCOPE IS VERY HANDY Placed Against Parts of Machine Sound Will Tell If Anything Amiss With Machinery. A sort of BtothoBcopo for tho uso of engineers for tho detoctlon of looso follower bolts, broken snap rings, loaklng pistons, etc., Is suggested and described by a contributor to Power and tho Engineer. Tho Illustration shows Its general arrangement A email tube D is soldered to tho dla- IT ir 'l.irt Engineers' Stethoscope. phragm of tho transmitter, and a small rod A supported by a spiral spring C Is fitted In tho tube and projects at tho end of tho transmitter. Tubo connections at tho outside of tho transmitter and of tho two receivers and connections of -lnch rubbor tubing complete the apparatus. When tho rod 1b placed against tho cyllndor, water plpo or othor parts of tho ma chine and tho receivers to tho ears, tho sound will tell tho engineer wheth er anything 1b amiss with his machln ery. Despite Best of Cars Little 8trlps of Steel ...

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. — 5 January 1912

NEWS fbrtfie YOUNG PEOPLE USEFULNESS OF BOX KITES Scientific Instrumento Have Deon Car ried Into Air for 8tudy of tho Atmosphere. , In roply to a query for Instructions as to how to mnko a box klto tbo fol lowing instructions nro clvon: Tbo examples of this stylo of klto shown In tho accompanying illustra tion Boom to bo of simplo construc tion. Tho brief directions given, with tho study of tho drawings, may per haps bo sufficient aid to tho enquirer in building such a kite. Thoso collular or box-kites havo square or oblong cells, tho frame-work of which aro made of light wooden rods and aro thon covered with cotton except tho ends, which aro left open. Tho two cells or enses nro fastoned at a little dlstanco from each other by four or more ntlcko. Thoso kites havo boon made uso of to send an instrument into tho higher air in order to obtnln Information ns to prosBuro, toinporanco, humidity, and tho forco of tho wind. Somo box-kites stand nlno feet high, havo sovonty squaro feet of ...

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. — 5 January 1912

Old Board Adjourns. (Continued from editorial phrii) for the tax payers, and to credit of the members of the board, has been wiped out, last October witnessing the payment of ev'ery old account in full. In the mean time all running accounts had been met and many improve ments made, that will be monu ments to the members of the old board. Some unlooked for ex penses, however, occured during the past year, brought about by the county seat controvesy, and it seemed the irony of fate that, after meeting all expenses, and paying all back indebtedness that the retiring members should be confronted with a small deficit at the close of their term, about $700. And now, as everything the old board can do is history, we feel that, collectively and indi vidually, the people of Lincoln county, eliminating the feeling engendered by the county scat controversy the past two years and a half, have a right to feel proud of its board of county commissioners, and we take pride in the assertion that no ...

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. — 12 January 1912

'" Garr 15030 IRewe "ft"' . A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County, VOLUME 12. CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, JANUARY 12, 1912. NUMBER SO BEGIN II W TEAR HAGERIMN ON ROOSEVELT. The following interview, given OUt by Ex-Governor Ilagennan, oh Roosevelt, so nearly fits our idea of the doughty colonel that wu cannot refrain from reproduc ing it. The interview follows: "Roosevelt acted the cheap pol , itician toward me," said the form er governor. "His party is now j paying the penalty of Roosevelt's dishonesty and abject surrender to the gang of grafters who for ducades have controlled the terri tory, and who were but a few weeks ago kicked out by the peo ple under democratic leadership. "I speak of these matters now because I read of Roosevelt's sly efforts to gain the nomination for the presidency. "I am convinced that it would 15c a calamity to again scat as head of this nation a man as de void of righteousness and fairness as Theodore Roosevelt. The people of N...

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. — 12 January 1912

HARD LUCK. r' " FBof.TELtUM Tho Fortune Teller Tou aro de stined to marry crcat 'wealth. I. M. P. Cunloua Flno. Tho Fortuno Toller Unfortunately, death will claim you two days aftor tho event. BIG MISTAKES IN CLEANING Sleuth Guarded Jewels. Flty tho poor duchess of Marlbor ough, who has boon driven to insomnia through' worry over her Jewels. Sho has hired six former Scotland Yard de tectives to camp at Sunderland house, Mnyfair, three by day and throo hy night, and guard her gems. Tho out lay for UiIb la Bomothlng moro than $0,000 annually. Hho hnB spent many thousands In equipping her mansion with all tho Intent wrinkles In hurglar alarm and nafoty devices, hut bIio considers tho money that buys hor pcaco of mind 1b an investment wolj mnde. 'Accurately Informed. "How Jb It that woman sccniB to hnow so mtich moro about Europe than most of us?" said tho frank and out spoken lady. "Because," replied Miss Cayenne, "sho stayed nt homo nnd read guide books Instead of squandering her timo...

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. — 12 January 1912

His Attitude. I notlco you novor kick about tbo Wntlier." "Noj It would bo ungrateful to com plnln of It, when It nearly always fur nishes mo with an oxcuao for staying away from church." TIPS FOR THE HOUSEKEEPER w. L DOUGLAS' TRUST PLANl Tho Insult, "I'll got ovon with Dumpus," said Harrlly. "I hoar that ho called mo n ouster tho other day." "How very Insulting!" ejaculated jarlcy. "Wasn't it!" said Harrity, his face red with wrath. "It certainly was; and I urn really surprised," said Jarloy. "Dumpus iH so fond of lobstors, as a rule." Human Nature. "They say ho used to bo a hard drinker at homo." "Yes." "What cured him?" "Why, bis town hnd always boon a a 'dry' town, and when it wont 'wot' ho said nil tho zest ho had found in dodging tho law and tippling on tho sly was gone, and ho didn't care for the stuff any moro." Saved. "I am bo thankful to you for saving my lifo," said the fair skator who had boon rescued from an alrholo In tho ice. "Oh, It's nothing," said tho modoBt horo. ...

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. — 12 January 1912

SC.. . 6 4. V 1 ... ""mi THE CARRIZOZO NEWS I'iiIiIIhIiimI every I'rlilny at Cakkikoko - Nkw Mkxico Kiitorml itH micoihI nliixH iiuiitrr Jmiit I'J, HUM, tit tho txmtotHci) nt Cnrrizuzo, Nitw Sliixlun, imilor tliii net of Mnrcli II. 18711. 8UUBOHIPTION HATKH' Onu Yfiir .... $..V) 8U Month (l)y mail) . . . MKJ llAt.KY.tniNOWALI, I'lMll.lRllHIH. New Officers. All local oHicials, elected at the general election November 7th, have received their certifi cates, but no one knows when they will qualify. The new hoard of county commissioners will have to qualify and hold a session before some of the county officers can assume their duties. Just when the board will meet, the members of the board do not know, but the meeting will not be delayed longor than can be helped. '1 he race between New Mexico and Arizona, as to which will elect the first United States sena tors, is becoming an interesting one. It is asserted that which ever state elects senators last, such senators will draw the short ...

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. — 12 January 1912

'Proceedings of the Hon. Board cf Connty Commissioners, at Meeting Held in Carrizozo, Jan. 2 and 3. .1 mi t. Jlonrd adjourned IlllPn. in. Itunril met iiiirnitinl (o adjournment. I'IchmiI, W. II. V iiitk. ( Inn. It. II. TAW.OIi, It A. DlIltA.N. Wm. IIau.nktt, Dap. Sheriir (). T. Nil'.. Dep. Clerk. In tilt" mnlrr of tlm petition uf .Ml. CleinetitH. 0, 0. HiiriiMi.t til. citizen of Cliiivi'M ( Nullity fur u nmil In eiiHtern pint of l.liirnlii Ciiinily hind tuii rroiii n)iiirtouliiK tlio roiiU from HoHwell to mu. Tliu p itltln '. w.is r tj'ititoil forthii renmm Unit thin lloiinl of Coiiiny ( nnnlHHloiiui-H In.vti no rlKlit to (iHtulillHli u puhllu ii mi I wit li unto on It. Ttui followliiK butcliur bonds were approved by tliu lloiinl : Churlen Pepper. Tliu butcher IioiiiIh H, T. (I my ami W. T Hturlhm wero liiiil for further cniu-ldtiriitliui. 1 Tliu report of Octiiliiiiu UiiIIi'Kom, ,. 1'. l'nc ciiii't. No 11, for the ipmrtur uudluir Doc. Ml, 11)11 Ih approved. Tliu lopurt of (luo. Kli...

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. — 12 January 1912

THE CARR1Z0Z0 NEWS I'iiIiIIhIiciI nvcry Krlilny ill Cauhi.ozo - Nkw Mkxico Hntoreil HHHOconil rhn mutter hum IINIS, lit tliDixwIoltlru nt(!iirrlMi, Now .Muxloo, iimlm thoiiclof Miirnlr.I. Irfitl, 8UII8CIUPT10N ltATIW Oho Ywr .... $,fi() HU Mmitlm (!y mall) - UMi IIAI.HV.t DlNflWAIilj I'lIlllilHIIKIIN. LOCAL NEWS Miss Helen Jones was up from Oscuro yesterday. O.T. Howell was in Saturday from the Thomas iron mines, west of the Malpai's. Lute Jennings was in town Monday with a load of garden products from his Bouito farm. Attorney Hamilton and deputy sheriff Barnett made a trip to Lincoln, by auto, Sunday. Mrs. Harvey, mother of A. II. Harvey, is reported improving from a serious illness. She is 77 years old. Judge G. B. Greer passed through here Wednesday en route to his home at Parsons, from a ten days trip to Socorro county. It is still cold and cold still. The most remarkable winter ever Ex perienced by the "oldest inhab itant" has been our portiou for f0 days. Max Beagles left Wed...

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. — 12 January 1912

gaiMliiMlMIMiliiiililiiMiiiilill 1 JANUARY (LEAR it SALE OF FALL AND WINTER MERCHANDISE. K. jt)A.atirfnt,r. i JSf tt Mitt KIRSHBAUM CLOTHING at 25 per cent discount. 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 Spring Goods. Ladies' Net Waists worth up to 7.S0, special 1.9S, These Waists are slightly soiled. Ladies' Skirts in all the new weaves and colors at 25 per cent discount. , 1 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 juit a few of the specials that you will find in our store for the next 30 days. t m THE (AMZOZO HUNK COMPANY If it's not Good, We'll make it Good." Aged Lady Dies. Mrs. Rebecca King died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. A. h'obi...

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. — 12 January 1912

CARRIZOZO news Q4IUHXOCO NEW MBXICO A NEOLITHIC VILLAQE. What Is thought to bo a ncollthlo walled vlllago has boon dlacovored near the main road between Harrogate and Dolton abbey, at a spot a fow miles from Otloy, by W. Etorey of Fowston, member of the Iloyal Arch aeological socloty of Great Britain and Ireland. Tho discovery may bo divid ed Into two parts, says tho London Tlmos. In a doll behind a hill aro twonty-four Btono clrcloa, varying In dlamoter from twonty to throo foot, tho wholo bolng Burroundod by evi dences of a etono wall. Ono of tho stone circles was a well, and two oth ers aro Indisputably Iron smelting fur naces. A number of Btono Implements, which experts ascribe to the ncollthlo period, havo been found. On a site abovo tho village Is a twenty-foot etono circle, commanding a magnificent view for miles down tho valloy and evidently at one tlmo used as a look out On tho other sldo of tho hill aro two stono circles connected by a hugo stone slab, a small stono circle...

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. — 12 January 1912

CARE OF THE SILVER WEEKLY CLEANING DOE8 NOT NEED TO BE BUGBEAR. Do a Little Washing Each Mornlnp. I Use 8llver In Rotation, and tho Big Task Is Made Easy Other Short Cuts. ' Keeping our tablo silver an bright and polished oa when It was given to ini, It not usually reckoned an easy thing. How soon tho tnrnlsh appoarn, evbn on tho tablowaro wo aro using every day so easy to camo, so hard to get rid ofl Yet really, tho "weekly silver-cleaning" does not nood to bo tho bugbear that many women And It. There aro castor ways, far simpler than that customary old way which In volved tho use of rather mussy pow dor, any number of cloths, somo hours of time, and a great deal of "elbow greaso." Women aro clover at find ing Bhort cuts that aro not only easier but do the work bettor. Do you clean all your silvor at once, on ono special day? If so, try anoth er way, JuBt for ono week and boo if it doesn't seem a bettor one. First, as to tho actual washing. Got a splint grapo basket and put all tho...

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. — 12 January 1912

shipped to Hie Middle Western j States. All copper, and load ores! contributed as usual to the preei- j ous-metnl output. According to preliminary Do I figures compiled by the Director le heloful factors outwicgh the 'of the Mint New Mexico produe-; jpressing ones? Are the j od in 1H1 $r39,897 in gold and jj; Good and Bad Factors. The New York Journal of QQiiunerce, in the following, 'admits that conditions could be improved: "How swinirs the scale? th denressi chances in favor of a rise or a l.i.wa line ounces oi snver, ft.ll in stocks? One house valued at $028,284, against $477- !20U in irold and 779,000 line. has been writing all its advices in indigo now concede that there arc good factors (though having a dark side) but the bad ones are more impressive. ' Here, in parallel columns, arc the two lists: GOOD l'ACTOKS HAD FACTORS 1 i Mcdonald addition Lots 25 and 50 x 130 Feet. ounces of silver, valued at $420, 000, in 1910. When you buy a lot here it is 130 feet long, facing on a ...

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. — 19 January 1912

.... '. " Or Mi,: I Cart 13050 IRewe A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County, ' 1 U VOLUME 12. CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY. NEW MEXICO, JANUARY 19, 1912. NUMBER 51 MCDONALD IS NOW GOVERNOR. At noon Monday, January 15, 1912, on the Capital steps at Santa Fc, William C. McDonald took the oath that made him the first governor of the state of New Mexico. The following1 is his inaugural address: Fallow Citizens: You arc Here not simplv to inaugurate a governor, but also to celebrate tlicN inauguration1 of a state; That is what makes this day one of tfic greatest cvor to be remembered in the history of New Mexico. It marks an epoch in the affairs of our people. The custom of having an in augural address is grounded upon substantial reason and has been so thoroughly established that it cannot well be set aside. The relation of the chief execu tive of a state to its people is so important that they desire, at the outset, to be informed of the views which are entertained by him co...

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. — 19 January 1912

CARRIZOZO NEWS OARXITOZO NEW MEXICO SAVING) THE BIRD8. Tho Audubon societies of tbo coun try havo Just boon holding tholr annu al mooting in Now York. As a result of a campaign oxtonding over tho last decade, they roport that blrd-llfo 1 each year becoming safer and public co-operation moro effoctlvo. Tho as eoclatlon is responsible for tho Now York plumngo law which prohibits tho ealo of tho feathers of many native birds, as well as thoso of related spo- clos abroad, and which has provod an Important chock on dealers ongagod In tho feather traffic. Tho association has also been actlvo in guarding tho many colonics of nigrotto-bearlng birds along tho cast and south Atlan tic coast During tho past year tho associated societies have Bpent, In tho courso of their benofloont work, somo $30,000 money well laid out, as It glvos a countercheck to tho thought lessness of fashion, tho greod of busi ness and tho cruelty of both. i kill I i am w 1 1 FA TvT1 MSBll NEW ELECTRIC LAMP SOCKET Pract...

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. — 19 January 1912

the Quickest Gough Cure Cheap, But Unequaled A Whola Pint of It for DOc 8aveo You $2 Does the Work Quickly or Money Refunded. For quick and posltlvo remits, tho pint f cough syrup that you make with a 60 cent bottlo or Pincx, cannot be equalled. It takes hold instantly und will usually top tho most obstinate deep-seated cough nsido of 21 hours. Even croup and rhooping couch yield to it quickly. Tho user ot Finex mixes it with home nado sugar syrup. This gives you a full pint a family supply of better couh amedy than you could buy roady mixed or $2.50. Easily prepared in 0 minutes ull directions in package. Finex soothes and heals tho inflamed lembrancs with rcmarkablo rapidity, t stimulates tho appetite, is slightly lax tivc, and tastes good children llko it. Excellent for honrscneati, asthma, bron hitia, and other throat troubles, and has wonderful record in coses of incipient .una trouble. Finex is a special and highly concen trated compound of Norway Whito Fino extract, rich in g...

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. — 19 January 1912

ME CARRIZOZO NEWS I'iiIiIIhImmI nvory I'rliliiy nt Caukixoko ' - Nitw Mkxico Bjiturixl itH nuciiiitl ohm umlter .Iiuiu VI, MU, at tlnj iMwtolUt'ii at OnrrlzDzii, Now Mexico, umlnr tlin nctjif MnruliS. I87U. BUIISOltll'TION KATUN" Oim Year . - $1.50 8lx Month (by mill!) . . . $1.00 IIALUY.tDlNOWAI.L l'DIIMHUKIIM. Governor McDonald. The Now Governor, the first governor of the Stale of New M'uxico, Willitim C. McDonald, was inaugurated at Santa Fe, the Capital, Monday, January 15. The ceremonies attending1 the in auguration were iiteresting and attractive, the day ideal, the multitude that witnessed the cer emonies was enthusiastic and the entire proccding was marked by good feeling and joyous express ions of good will lor the new governor and the best of wishes for a sucessful administration. The inaugural address, which appears' elsewhere in these col umns, was recognized by all as one of the strongest state papers ever promulgated at the. ancient scat of government. It was brief but...

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. — 19 January 1912

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS I'lilitlHlmil ovory I'rlilay nt Cakri.ozo - Nkw Mkxico tint tHwtotliro nt ('urrizozo, Nmv Mitxloo, iiixlnr liin iik wi tmuiiii tit miii, -iL IK 41 to I Ik i Ik HUIISCHIITION HA TUB' OiiuYi'iir .... $.r.O Hii Month (by mnll) - $I.(K) 1IAI.HY A 1)1 NO WA Mi I'UIIMHIIKHH. LOCAL NEWS Subscribe for Tim Nkws. i ft T . , I a. . I - I I.I f, .,. llll IIIU i visiti'd A lntiifiirrtrfln l;ist wrilf. 5 lli J. v-lillliyui, Ul il 1 ilMJ, was in Carri.ozo Monday. Chas. A. Stevens, of Lincoln, was in this city Tuesday. F. J. Twiubam, of Tucunicari, was in town Monday. S. L. W. Liekcr of Kan. City, Mo., was in Carrizozo Saturday. John Donahue of El Paso spent Saturday in this city on business. 0. C. Hines, of Deming, was in this city Tuesday. II. 13. Stansburry, of Tucuni cari, was in tins city Wednesday. W. L. Morgan came up from 131 Paso VVcdnesda' evening. John Pitts, of Oscura, was in this city Wednesday greeting old friends, 13. L. W. Polk, of Fort Stan ton, spent Wednesday i...

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. — 19 January 1912

Apportionment of School ruuds (or Lincoln county, N. Mex. I, Jno. A. Haley, Supcriutcn.le it of SJdjIs for said County do hereby certify that I have duly apportioned the school fund of said County on this 17th day of January, 1912. The amount of money subject to such apportionment is twenty-live hundred, fifty-two and 24-100 dollars ($2552.24. ) The total number of persons of school age is 2247. The rate per scholar is SI. 13 which is apportioned to the several school districts as below: Bal. next App. $13.13. No, of No. ot No, oC (Innonil I'nwlnot Liquor Poll Amount 'fuclrict Dlitrlot Scholum Kuml Fine Ucoime Tux 1 1 258 291 54 22 03 $313 57 2 2 79 89 27 3 18 92 45 10 3 30 33 90 i 33 90 4 4 87 98 31 61 33 159 64 10 5 31 35 03 35 03 ft 6 09 77 97 77 97 14 7 281 317 53 49 92 16 34 383 79 8 8 133 150 29 ISO 29 11 9 27 30 51 30 51 2 10 55 2 22 19 78 22 00 U 11 50 56 50 56 50 12 12 42 47 46 47 46 13 13 134 151 42 96 00 247 42 5 14 103 116 39 116 39 12 15 32 36 16 36 16 12 16 20 22 60 22...

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. — 19 January 1912

7-- i?$m JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE OF FALL AND WINTER MEMTOISE. z Kirschbaum Gallic, S si E Masai uuaz&UttoUii If If I KIRSHBAUM CLOTHING at 25 per cent discount. Not p 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 Spring Goods. Ladies' Skirts in all the new weaves and colors at 25 per cent discount. Muslin Underwear for spring. Just received our spring line which is the most complete line ever shown in town. Specials in Ginghams. Toil Dee Noid in the wide range of colors at 15c per yard. Amoskeag in all the newest patterns at 12 l-2c per yard. Progress Ginghams at 10c per yard. The best values ever shown in Ginghams. The regents at 8 l-3c per yard. II (AMZOZO TRADING COMPANY "If it's not Good, We'll make it Good. J. G. Riggle Dead. News reac...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
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