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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 19 January 1912

It Means Health For the Child Tho cnrorul mothor, who watches closo ty tho physical pcculinrltlcH of lior clill dren, will soon discover that tho most Important thing In connoctlon with a child's constant good health Is to keep tho bowols roffularly open. BlURglsli bowels will bo followed by loss of nppo tlto, restlessness during sloop, Irrita bility and a dozen and ono Blmllar ovl dencos of physical dlsordor. At tho first sign of such disorder glvo the child a toaspoonful of Dr. Caldwell's Byrup rcpolii at night on retiring and repeat tho doso tho following night If necessary moro than that will scarcely bo needed. You will find that tho child will recover Us accuotomod good spirits at onco and will cat and sleep normally. This remedy Is a vast Improvement over salts, cathartics, laxatlvo waters and similar things, which aro altogether too powerful for a child. Tho homos of Mrs. B. IJ. Jackson, Burr Oak, Kas., and Mrs. J. II. 'Walters, Mulberry, Ka3., aro always supplied with Dr. O...

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. — 19 January 1912

" hwhiih in 111 in i ii m ii i i i m i i mni minimum n mi iniini fmm 1 WKKf ' mini - FROCKS FOR SERVICE MAY BE MADE TO SUIT ALMOST ANY OCCASION. Matter of Expense One for tho Indi vidual to Consider Combinations That Will Make Success of Any Ordinary CoatumeP It la a great rollof to turn from tho nore spldndld orcatlons of dress to tho geutlo effects adapted to tho aver ago wearer and pockotbook. Tho toil ets called "little," which moans a i'alrly modost material mudo up In a elmplo and yet drossy mnnnor, fill tho bill of most needs to a T, as bo aides being lnoxpenslvo' theoo charm ing frocks aro suited to almost every occasion. They aro worn at flvo The Silk Overblouse That Will Set Off Any Shlrt-Walst Get-Up. o'clock in tho house, smart woman donning thorn for tho possible cnllor or for tho home dinner; covorod with long cloaks they aro permissible In the street, and, provided tho bodlco is dfesslly troated with proper nccossor ieB, such a gown mny go In triumph to Uio thoator. M...

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. — 19 January 1912

MCDONALD IS NOW GOVERNOR. (Continued from firt puun.) appear mistakes, may later, and upon investigation, prove the error of hasty conclusion on your part, encouraged by a possible weak or venal source of informa tion and instruction, I shall ask your indulgence only to the ex tent that you consider the whole situation and decide any given case, after viewing it in the light of all that is obtainable to roach a fair and just conclusion. Con ditions under which we live arc changing and reshaping in a new order of re adjustment. Wc are called upon to meet thesechanges and prepare ourselves for the progress and advancement that intelligent energy and honest purpose will be able to accomp lish for the future. An administration for the un fair advantage of an' party organization will not be the full est success for the benefit of all. Opinions change and men may honestly differ. Principles are fixed, and abiding. Patriotic endeavor, born of a purpose to iet no trifles divide those who wo...

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. — 26 January 1912

mm m 5 030 IBewe A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln Comity, CARRIZ0550. LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, JANUARY 26, ibk FOLLETTE AND PINGHOT. York City witnessed a iho"tUble gathering on the night Jiof .the" 22d, and the press has giv X.fn to the world two sign! (leant e.tiurrences on that occasion. ' j)ne was that GilTord Pinch ot, a close friend of Theodore meet- 99 V III I I I III - 4Br NUMBER BEG N . Roosevelt, presided at the intr and declared nimscii unc- quivocally in favor of LaFollctlc ' .ifpr the presidency. The other , was that the Wisconsin senator, in his address, declared for the callr-the recall of the judicia lly. r,y yea, even the recall of the jncnibers of the highest tribunal rnin the nation. The large hall ,'$was taxed beyond its capacity, sjand the police had to turn a part b of the crowd awUy. The senatoi Sfjoke in part as follows: "I have been admonished," the senator said "that I am to ad dress an audience different from any I have ever addrsscd before...

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. — 26 January 1912

RULES FOR MAKING GOOD TEA Follow Thcso and a Delightful and Exhilarating Beverage Will the Result A good cup of toa Is something too Infrequently mot with whon ono con siders tho provalont uso of tea as a bovorago. Tho fault oftoo lies loan In tho tea' than In tho manner of Its making. Horo aro somo of tho ruloa which, If obBerved, will provo tho quality of tho product: Don't uso water that has boon boll Bd a long tlmo In browing tea. Don't uso wator which has not yot roachod tho boiling point Don't allow tho toa to brow for moro than flvo minutes. Don't mako toa In a cold toapot Itlnso with hot wator boforo placing tho leavos In tho .tjot. Don't pour n second water over tho leaves when tho first brow Is exhaust ed. Don't allow tea to grow damp In tho caddy. Don't buy too cheap a quality of tea and expect good results. Horo Is tho Japaneso mothod of making a dollghtfully refreshing bov orago: Hoat the earthen or china toapot thoroughly with boiling wator, then empty out tho wator an...

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. — 26 January 1912

"AND THOUGHT THE WORLD WELL LOST" UP leaf-strewn Kay Btrcet, which loads to the Nowport rending room, strodo u solitary flguro tho other day. Hands In his pockotB and coat-collar turned up, ho walked along with bowed head. Ho was Amos Tuck Fronch, clubman, millionaire and brother of Mrs. Elsio French Vanderbllt, Not two blocks away, around tho corner In Evorott street, two laugh ing young pooplo wero poBlng for their pictures In a big automobile, with a dog botweon thom, says a writ er in tho Now York World. Sho was tall, well-groomed, arrayed In a fetch ing frock, and nestling closo to the young follow who sat at tho wheel of tho machine Thoy woro Mr. and Mrs. John Edward Paul Qeraghty tho young couplo who eloped last August Bho from Amos Tuck French's villa near tho Cliffs, ho from his Nowport garago. All society knowB of their runaway flight in their automobllo last sum mer, with dotcctlvos, Mr. French and Mra. Vanderbllt on their trail In autbs. And society knows of tho reconcil...

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. — 26 January 1912

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS PiibliHlioit livery l'rlilny nt Cakhizozo - Nkw Mkxico Hnternl nnoocoiiil cIiwh inudcr Innn 12, 11HS, nt thn txwUillicH ot ('iirriiozo, Now Mnxict, umlnr ilin act of March :i. lHJi). BUHBOHII'TION 1MTK8 Onn Yif .... JU.M) Klx Moulin (by mall) - - f 1.00 11ALKY it MNUWAMj l'UIIMHIIKRS. The Fall-Luna combination for the United States senate is not having such smooth sailing. Adverse storms have been en countered, and their bark is floundering in a troubled sea. Judge Edward L. Medler, judge of this district, is holding his first term of state court, at Estancia, Torrance county. Dis trict attorney H. 13. Hamilton is looking after the state's interest in criminal matters. William II. Pope has been appointed Federal judge for the state of New Mexico, by the president. A strong protest was filed against the appointment, by some of the leadidg citizens of Rosewell, but without effect. The legislature of New Mexico will not convene until March 11. It will be quite a stra...

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. — 26 January 1912

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS I'iiIiIIhIiimI overy Friday nt (akiuko.o - Nicw Mkxico fftitcrut iih miiciiiiiI cIiirh iimltiT .liinii I'.', I1MIS, nt tti'u poHtollIco nt ('iirrlzD.o, iNciur Muxlun, uniliir tlloftclof Mured:!. I Ml. HUHSOKIPTION KATH8 Olid Vi'lir .... Six Mmillih (liy iiihII) . - MX) IIAMIY.V IMNOWAU, 1'llllUHIIKHM. LOCAL NEWS R. II. Aldons, was over from Clovis Saturday. V. M. Ferguson, of the Mesa, was in town Monday. 'Zora 'L. Bates, of Denver, was in this city Sunday. Sears Crocket, of the Mesa, was in this city Monday. A. Christenson, of Chicago, is in the city this week on business, A, C. Thomas, of Santa Fe, was here on business, Saturday. A. T. Anderson, of Parson, spent last Friday in Carrizozo. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Keibell, of Capitan, was in this city Mon day. O. C. Kerolitis, of St. Louis, Mo., was a sojourner in our city Sunday. 13. G. Mustard, of 131 Paso, was in this city Tuesday. II. Marx, of Fort Worth, Tex., was in Carrizozo Tuesday. M. L. Morgan, of El Paso, was...

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. — 26 January 1912

IBsT! Ins hud ifS ptiinliiiij done in the en- r'lGr of the U.iptUt church tins weak, which lias added to us sapjiuaratu'e. Miss Lela Laws, one of the estimable teachers of the Carri zozo public school, went to I'B'staucia Friday to visit home fblk3. She returned Monday morning. Mrs. Frank Curry, daughtcr-in I' law of Congressman Curry, died last Sunday, at her home in Tu larosa, of Tuberclosis. The inter ment took place in the Catholic . demet'ery Monday. Mrs. M. E. Franklin who has been employed by the Carrizozo Bating House, left Wednesday night for Los Aangcles, where she intends going into the hotel business. She was accompanied by her two children. A letter from D.W. Glenn this week, from California, contradicts the idea of perpetual summer in v that flowery state. He writes that a recent freeze injured the Jem on crop, although oranges were not hurt. We arc in receipt of a letter this week from an old friend, John H. Patton, who is in the Soldisr's Home at Los Angeles. He send...

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. — 26 January 1912

w 31 r Sclwl Notes. her work room last Ugum.n . closed tfflViind is nov ,Qntf uy::d in ior,ming the duties pretainwig jicrfhiew position, that of olfntp.Superintendent of Public instruction. !Miss Mamie E. Ilutnphrcy, of atxizozo. 1ms been employed by J School Board to tikc charge ic room formerly taught by Rirsif Gumm. JE)ur first "Patrons Day" mect n?gwhich was held last Friday ffprhoon was quite a success. vny residcuts of ihc Carrizozo )5l district were in attendance visited the different rooms class recitations were. being . After the pupils had been tssed for the day the visitors 1 jot were asked to meet in , large assembly room, and l were taken toward forming 'organization of the patrons . -he Carrizozo schools. The pose of this movement is "to Ifget together;" to get better i acquainted with each other, to enable teachers and patrons to understand each other better and to work together for the best interests of the schools. The next Patrons' Day will be Friday February 2, 1...

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. — 26 January 1912

" 1 It CARRIZOZO NEWS OiRRWOtO . NEW MEXICO KNVIKD POWERS 01 COURTt. Boms workmen engaged In hanging kn Iron door on the Planters hotel re cently disturbed the attention of court fcnd Jury across the way and therefore the orderly and equitable prooeas of the law In Judge Muenoh's court A deputy sheriff was sent with mes kage to them to desist. Unaware that the court Is tho people of the state of Missouri, the workmen replied to the emlsary In a light and gamesome man ner, says tho St Louis Ropubllo, Re sult: An arrest for contempt, the hasty summoning of the contractor and the release of his minions upon payment of tho costs of the arrest The private cltlsen, on reading this, may well sigh for tho powers he un wittingly delegated when courts were constituted Noise Is the bane of civ ilization. The savage trod with moc caslned foot upon a carpet of leaves In the forest or tho grass of the pral Srle. Civilization means crowding. It tears walls and necessitates pave ments. The latter m...

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. — 26 January 1912

V .V - i ' J ' ' .. -r. . 1 MUSIC BOX IS QUITE NOVEL Rotating Couple Given Stage Setting Screen Keeps Changing Color of Hidden Lights. Danco muslo suggests motion, and oven Bmall-Blzod muslo boxes havo had tbolr charm Increased by tho ad dition of a couplo of figures which 1 ' Xi. A Novel Music Box. would rotato to tho tuno which tho box was playing, says tho Popular Electricity. Now a builder of larger music boxes has gono still further by giving tho rotating couplo not only a stago sotting, but a changeable lighting effect also. Tho figures ap pear to danco in a nlcho with mir rored sides, thoreby giving tho im pression that thero aro soveral cou ples, and aro brightly lighted by a pair of incandescent lamps placed on opposite sides of tho megaphono. Tho lamps aro hidden from tho observers' low and n Blowly rotating color screen koops changing tho color of tho light REMOVING CINDER FROM EYE Small Object Hardly Perceptible May Be Magnified by Arrangement of Qlasses. A good way to r...

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. — 26 January 1912

mnJH A live mdfehant. ,dfiapTi this space. Exchange. AJ Santa tfc man proposes to J&'ifciftjS 'qat ranch stocked with I if I A man living near Nogal, cap tured two skunks and one 'pos sum in a ohllow log last' week. They wore certainly strange bed fellows, but anything goes these days. An El Paso man wants a di fS? ' jn Albuquerque man has been I vorcc on the grounds that his v, pr'Dlioutieed insane because he ate 1 spouse smokes cigars. If she I. mi-. tnrwurcef. goes through his pockets at night, anil couliseiates liis best Mcdonald addition iLots. 25 and 50 x 130 Pcet. Pi l! ..., It. OUIUUIIIUS U Willi KUCa Liuuuuii . 'iii hS -.m .. . . , .. ropes, we sympathize with him. 1$ hu marries his stenographer. When you buy'a lot here it is ISO fet long, facing on a.strei't 80 feet wide, whether for a home or for a business location. Investigate before you buy. A Square Oeitl Ounrmiiui'il, w; c Mcdonald, office in "Ofii.ni..r nidg. II must be a great experience' its own death by smoki...

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. — 4 January 1918

vsBBsamrm eri iaeBara .lEM '"SIT ' ' S2S Carct3030 i ' ifi" . V PtiABIHiiir THE. II ilP'i ' I Ihl IMHH I nm M .5 'FlIAL .UNTY PAPER- DEVOTED Tp THE INTERESTS OF LINCOLN COUNTS,1 $BM fVIEjGO . VOMJMK l CAKKI'OZO. I,INDNN I'dUNTY. UV MKXICO, FRIDAY, JANUARY -4, I'M 8. ft NUMHKK i i?0(I CI1(M UoltlK iiVu'r the I p Tin-inn. Ii In-i.. iili l . .i tn p.. i n ol the Medi'ms lor '" milium H w iintiil.eis lu l hi mintus." r n ii i.ih-ii. ii nrtt'li . i-int" r hsntiv more than h few hmitafwttb nie on.-. ' w-uld tied r way when i. I. irnuluc r,.. t "Hp you a word i. bum the line -pert lu Nwtx nVI II MityMMt-r at Washington Mtrtic.iied an n-reljin.-nt in excess ol ihe goal Kurlv anil m-al lr f ink returta lot III'-ttrit iIh iI enrollment, wltieli ws Monday, showed Hint sewrnl of the thirteen H4tnin.il divisions ii .he Writ Cross li.nl k"!" "vei th-ttt quotas lor Ihr 'l.i), with hupdreds of chapters unheard lri. The illy ot Seattle uli hi i' retoi ted an enrollment pra tically equalling the day'...

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. — 4 January 1918

TUB OAIHtlZOZO NKW8. MM MIVENTLIPE ROSE STANTON ALDRICH MEETS A FAMOUS ACTRESS AND HEARS SOME PUZZLING STATEMENTS 'ABOUT THE RELATIONS OF HUSBANDS AND WIVES SYNOPSI& Hoso Stanton, student nt tho University of Chtcneo, Is put off a street enr In tho rnln after tin argument with tho conduc tor. 8I10 Is accosted by a young man who offers help and escorts her home. An hour later, this man, Itodney Aldrtch, well-to-do lawyer, appears at the homo of his sister, tho wealthy Mrs. Whitney, to at tend a birthday dinner In his honor, Mrs. Whitney suggests that It' about tlmo Itodney looked around for n wlfo. lie laughs ut her, but two months later ho marries Hoso Stanton. CHAPTER IV Continued. She refused to hear a word mora In those circumstances. "I'm coming stralRht down," sho said, "and wo'll ro somewhere for lunch. Don't you real ise tliut wo can't talk about It llko this? Of course you wouldn't, but It's so." Over tho lunch-table sho got as de tailed an account of tho affair as Hod n...

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. — 4 January 1918

1 K THE OAHIU550ZO NEWS. vs. The 1 1 norsesnoe Lucky 'ii 'ft 4 By George Elmer Gbb 5 GERMAN ATROCITIES PART OF DELIBERATE SCHEME OF WARFARE (Copytliht, HIT, Wiattrn Newanptr Uolcn.) "l'lenso, Mr. Hongs, I've got n pres , ent fur you, mid I cleaned It nml pal-! Ishcd It nil up, iitnl Hitler Mario laughed nt mo, because she said It was luiii'.ly Knot) enough fur you, but sho iut It In tissue paper, mid tied that pretty piece uf rllilion around It, und tunny happy returns of llio tiny." llrciithlcss Imt ardent, spelling out n lesson palpably ncqulri'il liy rote thus llltlo llenny Drlscoll. II' Hood liy tli(! wagon Hint Joo Hangs w-iih tlrlv Ink', and tint latter hciimcd iluwn mi Iilm front, that Jolly rotund fuco of his, iiulf Miitliiii'iitntly Interested, for Hen iilii wns oiii' of 111 tunny Juvt-nllo fa vorites, nml Denny's sister qulto rev erently his great ciitlur-lu'ut(ii IiiiihV lunched Dm HoTt nlllsy lilt of rltilinii which Hid dcllcnto lingers of Murlu Drlscoll luid iidjustcd. ...

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. — 4 January 1918

' - ' 'If, Carrizozo News't I'ubliflicd Friday nt Carrizozo, Lincoln County, New Mexico. Klil'ii-il w rWi.ml 1 la. Mall.., ' Mir IVxIiiltlri- I l'miliili. Nr Mel J Hf - i IM" Subscription Raid, $2.00 Par Yar Sl Month., $1.00 J NO. A. IIAUY, Uitar aad P.tli.l.r N. B. Taylor & Son brace with bits and THE FARMERS' WAR Ut m think for a whlU how tbo War ooneorn tho runner. Wo went I" tr w,,u Oormnny patUy boeaiuo the rulers of that umiittv r.fmril to let us tend to iitnfO our ahlpi laden with grain j and oollon. They the ships and smelly murdorod our sailors. Now isypoto wo allotted tlictu to "top nil HQ shipping, whoro would you b' j Mono of your goods would lt sold ! In foreign countries with the result thai yoii would gel nothing like tho pHMl which you get today. Tlila war U being waged pnrlly tlnil ynu may pbtitln ChIt pricoa for your goods. Wlmt Is going to nappon " wo Iota this wnrv l'rlcoa of fiirm pro dllpo will drop; tho Hermans will liB)'0o tnxntlon upon jou whkh will erii...

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. — 4 January 1918

Ml It UAKIII.U.U NHSVM T 01 PEOPLE IN THE WAR TUB STOUY OF A IIOMI4 MiGIMWNT THAT IS 'I'llY IN(i TO I'UU, THH KAIS Hit I'ltO.M HIS Til RON H. vou i mve lituo woninn car vine on," while your loved iu U lighting:, ami to you M'n.n, toiling night and day to keep the home toKuthnr whllu ' rut her i away. Thoy pay their tribute to yau old aoldlers, till trying to "do your bit" In i phfi of ago and povorty, and to you men. who unable to ac-1 i ept the honvlur burdens of youth, aie utill donylnir your-' elf of food and recreation In rdi-r that you may help flniin ially to win the war. Thoy honor on men who are pnmcliitiK the Million Letters In the flails Today Bearing Magic Words "With the Colors" Keynote of the Splendid Work the Y.IY1.C.A. Docs Among Our Men In Uniform Is Keeping Them In Touch With the Folks at Home. STAMPED WITH STARS AND STRIPES AND RED TRIANGLE .1 f l.t.il- I ...... is a regiment In the ftnulliwMl v.w' fl,ul yi ono cnillfth m od . -i i.. ..I... armor nroduc ntr "over 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. — 4 January 1918

TUB OAltltlZOZO NEWS CLOSED THEIR DOORS Big Lot of $5.00 Gillette Razors go at $2.48 Big Lot of Dining Room Chairs $1.50 values go at 69c Big Lot of Iron Beds $4.50 values go at 98c Big Lot of Bed H a ttresses, values up to $9.00 go at $1.98 The Most Sensational Announcement Ever Hade in Carrizozo History lie M $15,00(1 furniture and Hardware Stock Of Kelley & Son, (arrizozo, It M, Most lie Sold in 10 Days Tho slock is now in the hands of G. W. Gkovks & Co., Merchandise Biokivs, Buffalo, N. Y., mid Albuquerque, N. M., with positive in structions frem this linn to sell off one-halt of this stock regardless of loss, cost or value in ten days. ANY REASONABLE OFFER ACCEPTED STOCK CONSISTS OF Big Lot of Cups and Saucers 20c value go at 9c Furniture, Rocking Chairs, Kitchen and Dining Chairs, Leather Rockers,Dressing Tables,Kitchen and Dining Tables, Wardrobes, Kitchen Cabinets, Bedroom Sets,Kitchen Safes, Buffets, Library Tables, Beds, Springs, Mattresses, Baby Buggies, Pillows, ...

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. — 4 January 1918

t 4f 4 THft OARIUZOZO NBW3 "Extra Value For YOU'' TO ZIEGLER BROS. January Sale OF SEASONABLE MERCHANDISE Come a nd be Convinced THE UNIVERSAL CAR ANNOUNCEMENT Ford Cars Have Not Advanced in Price Runabout . . $345 f. o. h. Detrioit Touring Car . 360 " " " " WHSTEKN GAUAGI5 l '.1. SHIELDS, lrtiriclor LOCAL AND PERSONAL Building Material Willi n luriff Hlmk ill I.iiiiiIm'I, Shinnlm. I 'i mi I ri I nil I linn K'iKiMimf , Screen Dooix, I'iiIiiIh, Vnt iiMlii'M mill oilier uoimIh we run uhi' .Mill uiioil hit In. W'f Hiillrll llii' liiitlc 11I Hie 1 . 1 1 l.iiu'iiln count), ( iiiily.ntn 11111I inljiicriil Imvii. Foxworth-Qalbraith Co. 1). K. STKWAKT. Manager Classified Advertisements 1 I "or rialu. - Ka tich anil florae. Writi- l. (). llox 283, Carrlxoao, N. M. 'i. ).tf. MITICII 01' Sill (Sm. sai.ii Splrolla Comets loh. l'lioim 1. Mrs. McLjull- FUrSfilo Parke Davis & Co.'h mnoklio!lls. Tilt Titaworth Co. CiqillUn. FOR SALU.-Guod saddle hors. bridle nml stiilrlle very vheao. 1110(10 11...

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