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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 13 November 1908

CANAL ONQ-THIKD COAULCTGl). Washington, Nov. 7. At the end of October, according to fig ures given out at thfc oflice of the Isthmian Canal Commission this evening, the United States, since 'beginning to make the "dirt lly," had taken 53,788,5y3 cubic yards of material from the canal cut. The keeping ol records was be gun on May 1, PJ04, at which Mine it was estimated the tusk before the canal builders was the removal of 142,000,000 cubic yards of earth and rock. At the rate of progress shown since the keeping of records the canal should be liuithed so far as the main cutting is concerned, late in 1J13. Lieut.-Col. Gocth uts, president of the commission, on his recent visit to Washington said he adhered to his original estimate, which was that ships would be passing through the ca mil on Jan. 1, l')15. He said that there would be considerable work to bo done even after the ordinary excavating was finished. Today's report shows that an other record wus broken in Octo ber by tin1 men ...

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. — 13 November 1908

MEANS HEALTH, TOO RHUBARB SOMETHING MORE THAN A DELICACY. Eaten Stewed, It It a Powerful Foe to Qout and Rheumatltm It Alio a Specific for the Com plexion. ltliiibnrb hits many tine not only for tho tnlilo, but for medicinal pur iubc8. Tho part used tlio most Is thu foot stalk of tlio leaves. Tho roots tnko up many acids and ara astrin gent, honco tho valuo of tho dried roots hh u ini'dlcluo. There Is somu soda In tho rhubarb also, and n llttlo potash. Tho combina tion of theso alkalies with tho nclds prodtico useful salts which havo vital izing power In tho blood. Tho dearth of sugar In tho cellular tlssuu of tho stnlk Is responsible for tho strong effect Yot BUgar Is present to the extent of two por cont Ilhubarb Is n powerful zest River. Whon merely placed In tho mouth and loft unmastlcatcd thcro Is u rush of tho saliva from tho glands to deal with tho quantity of ncld In tho mouth, This Is excellent In cases whero tho digestive fluids need stimulation. Any food taken will bo abs...

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. — 13 November 1908

Welch & Titsworth w w 0 o n New School Books As per List adopted by the Territorial Hoard of Education, Hi "3 c3 w o S3 w B ej H O O P3 i I C3 f- J H O to E- to Barbed Wire. Sash Doors, Glass, Pairit&and Oils. STOVES. WINDOW GLASS. A R-P L E BOXES. McGALL'S PATTERNS. We Buy Mohair. o o r a o o ffl M n w 55 w H H O WELCH & TITSWORTH. C A PIT AN. I George Eakcr was down from 9 Nogal Monday and Tuesday of this week. Edward Brown, a ranchman in the San Andreas country, was in Carrizozo yesterday. W. M. Ferguson of the Mesa was doing: business in this town Tuesday. Peter Long and family have moved into the Perry building on the McDonald addition. George Rosliugton has been on the sick list the past week. He is reported to be much better. Business oil the railroad has douuled during the past week, caused mainly by the holiday trade. S, J. Woodland returned from Lincoln yesterday. Jim was sick at Capitan on his way home, was laid up there three or four days, and is now far from...

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. — 13 November 1908

cArrizozo news carrikoko NBW MKXICO Menace of the Flying Machine. What Emperor Wllllnm cnlls "tho boglnnlng of a now nntlonnl era" Hconifl to bo dawning for moro than ono nation ns otio rends tho dally ro ports of successful experiments with HyinK machines and dlrlglblo balloons. Wo donmnd now with our morning' breakfast at least a column of trows about tho flights of airships, and we usually got It. Thoro Is n now kind of International rnco going on a raco for tho perfect airship, and tho first prlxo In that raco Is no beautiful gawd or empty honor; It Is tho oxton slon of national power and tho possl bio supremacy over other nations. At least It Is ovldont that that vlow Is held by many In Great llrltaln nnd Qormany, and a posltlva nervousness Is becoming ovldont over tho mllltnry possibilities of tho aeroplanes and dlrlglblos each Is oxplolllng. (Ion. lladcn-Powoll calls upon Great Britain to arouso herself to tho now situation that Is Impending. "In a vory few years," ho remarks...

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. — 13 November 1908

Dress Up IN SOFT MATERIAL FASHIONABLE PREFERENCE FOR DRAPED WAI8T8. Trimmings of Embroidered Cloth or Silk Are Uied Over Qodlcp of Peculiar But Moit Becoming Shapes. Anions tho fnshlonnblo jircforonccs of tho moment Ih that for tho draped wnlst of Boft material, having n trim ming of embroidered cloth or Bilk or of tho oriental embroidery which Is bought by tho plnco. Our sketch shows such n wnlst In n most charm ing design, which may well bo one Draped Bodice with Embroidered Bre telle. of tho Items of tho wardrubo for gon oral wear. Tho waist Is mndo of chif fon cloth to match n rnthor olnbornto tailored suit. Tho over bodlco In this Instance Is or broadcloth which has been embroidered and ilnlshcd at tho edges with scallops and plnklngs. Sometimes tho edges nro finished with a narrow binding stitched on tho edgo or aro odgod with cord or braid. This SHORT COATS NOT WORN. Seven-Elohths nnd Knee Lengths Are the Styles In Fashion. Whllo tho moro stylish now modols In coats aro sovon...

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. — 13 November 1908

f 1 (10V. CURRY PARDONS MALL A telegram from Santa Fc, which is givcu below, states that Gov. Curry has pardoned William Hall, a life convict. Many Lin coln county people will remember the trial of Hall in this county on a change of venue. The telegram reads ns follows : Santa Fc, Nov. 7. Gov. Geo. Curry today granted a pardon to Win, Hall, a life term convict in the territorial penitentiary. Hall was sent to the penitentiary from Koswcll on January 27, 1903, to serve a life sentence for killing Henry Crump in a quarrel over a woman. Relatives of Hall have been endeavoring for the past live years to secure his pardon, and Texas senators and congressmen were interested in the case as well ns influential citizens of the Lone Star state. There were certain extenuating circum stances, hence the pardon. Hall's home is in Coleman, Tex., where his family resides. He will go there immediately. During his term in the penitentiary he was a model prisoner. Hall's trial was one of the most hotl...

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. — 20 November 1908

CARRIZOZO NEWS. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME J. CARRIZOZO. LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, NOVEMBER 20. PJ08. NUMBER 38 POPULATION INCRGASINO. The question in often asked, "What is the population of Car rizozo?" and few questions could be nsked that would bring forth n greater variety of answers. Two years ago the total vote cast in this precinct was 49; and as proof that the population is rapidly increasing, the vote cast at the late election is a fair index. The number registered was 385, and the number of ballots cast was 260. Counting three persons in the family to each vote a moderate estimate would make the population 1155. Few towns in New Mexico, or elsewhere for that matter, can show a larger increase in population than Car- rizozo, which goes to prove that the tide of immigration has set in this direction. Other towns in this county have increased in population also, and we will ven ture to say that the increase dur ing the next two years will d...

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. — 20 November 1908

REAL UN MIR CALIFORNIA Ql flL 18 WORKING CLAIM IN NEVADA. Milt Laura White of San Franclico Civet Up Ooclety for Life of Proipector Hat Been Emi nently Succeioful. Hono, Nov. Tills ntnto can boast of having n real woninn minor, not n inoro prospector, but a hantUomo young woman, who actively engagos In working ovory day In bringing tlio rich gold-bearing oro to tho surfneo. It Is not often Hint a beautiful girl will glvo up gay socloly In the city to undertake tlio ItnrdHhlpo of a mining camp In tho dreary naze brush desert, and Beck for tho hidden ledges of golden oro. Thoro nro girls who aro bom with tho belief that they aro destined to accomplish In llfo mora than to spend tho tlmo In mcro social pleasuro and In becoming bollcs of fashion. Miss Laitrn Marguorlto White of San Fruuclsco Is ono of thorn. This young woman only 22 yenrs of age was very recently lured by tho "call of tho dosort," and loft tho gay whirl of social llfo for that of tho prospector and minor In tho wldo gol...

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. — 20 November 1908

IN THE LIMELIGHT j NEW CHIEF OF G. A. R. Col. Henry M. Novlus, nowly elected com mandcr-ln-chlcf of (ho Grand Army of tho no public, won his victory at tho Toledo encamp ment over two strong antagonists, former Gov. Van Snnt of Minnesota and L. T. Dickson of Illi nois. Novlus received almost twice as many votes as both tho others. Col. Novlus served In tho civil war with a Michigan command. Ho was studying taw with the Into den. Russell A. Alger when tho word of Sumter's fall stirred tho country Into Imme diate action.. Tho young law student promptly offered himself to tho first recruiting officer ho coutd find and went to tho front with tho commnnd that was known as the Lincoln cavalry. This later becamo a part of tho fa mous old Boventh cavalry, and young Novlus rose from tho ranks to a commission. Ho was Inter transferred to tho Twon-ty-flfth Now Vork cavalry by re-cnllstmcnt, and thoro ho roso steadily until ho rotlrod from actlvo scrvlco with tho rank of colonel. This was not, ...

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. — 20 November 1908

' 4 v THE CARRIZOZO NEWS I'jbllltedifry Krldr Cakkizozo Nkw Mkxico. Ilnlornl m wonl cIum mnttr Jnrtn 12, tlOt.nt llio tmotnttloe lit (Virrltoio, Now Moilco, omler tho Aot of Mnieii ;l, 187V. (NO, A. IIAI.KY, Kill tu r. BU1WCMIT10N I.ATHHl Do r, Jlx Monlln, $1.80 11.00 TEXAN5 AND OKLAHOMANS. The Santa Fc New Mexican, which was never credited with any great love for anything, ex cept self, is the author of the fol lowing beautiful tribute to Tex nns and Oklahomans, given to the world three days after elec tion. We gladly reproduce it for the benefit of the Tcxaus and Oklahomans, who, at the last gen eral election, in this section, aided Andrews and the New Mex ican crowd, It is a gem, not of the "purest ray serene," however, but a gem that Tcuns and Oklahomans will do well to preserve for future reference. Here it is : "The vote at the recent elec tion for delegate in this territory proved conclusively that a very large majority of the settlers who came to New Mexico during l'J07 and ...

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. — 20 November 1908

IN THE LIMELIGHT EATS PIE WITH A KNIFE" Jncub T. Jncobcon IjIcIh fair ta become a new nml tinlqtm flKiiro In iioIKIcb im "tho mini who onla pie with n knife." 1 la voa unanimously nomlnutcd for governor by (lie Republicans of Mliincholn n few dnys oro. In pIuclnR his nnmo before the convention former ConRroflsmnn Frank M. Eddy declared tlint JncoliBon'B op ponents bad found only one thing to wiy uBoliiBt liltn, that ho cnta plo with bis knife. "Wo plead utility to tho Indictment," said Eddy, "and ho sny that ob ho haa followed this mode of procedure for a good many yearn with, onl cuttltiR hlniHolf bo expects to coutlnuo It until ho finds Rome better way." Jocobfion'B nomination was seconded by tho other cnndldnleH who linil been campaigning nnnlnnt him for four months without being nblo to shako hla hold upon tho convention. Jncobnon la n whiskered Implement donlor from the llttlo town of Madlann, llo was born In Norway In 1849 and nettled In Minnesota In 1871. Ho stnnds for tho sq...

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. — 20 November 1908

BUSINESS NOTICES. Always the freshest the market affords in raisins, currants and nuts, at Zicglcr Bros. Fresh Oysters every Friday at Carrizozo Meat Market. Fok Salk A few chaicc resi dence and business lots, cheap. See H. S. Camnikm.. 7-31 tf Take your horses to C. C. Bourne's Feed Stable, where good treatment is assured. If your room is cold get a Wil son heater at the Carrizozo Trad ing Co. C. C. Bourne is prepared to board horses by the week or the month: sec him for terms. For a good horse feed go to C. C. Bourne's Feed Stable. A new lot of ladies' and misses' winter coats just received at the Carrizozo Trading Co. We buy in car load lots in the market, at bed rock prices, for spot cash, and can sell as cheap for cash as any one that wants to make a smnll profit. Yours for business, John H. Skinner LBOAL NOTICB. Furnished House, four rooms, for rent. Apply to Geo. Spcncc. New crop peaches, apricots, raisins and prunes at the Carri zozo Trading Co. DeWltt's Little Early Risers ...

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. — 20 November 1908

SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE. tcnox rou Kobrcixmdir or Mobtiiaqk. Nn. J IK). J. J. Ilewtt, l'lnlntllT, Ve. L. Wlgnlna nnd (I. W. U Blmonda, Defuiidniite, In tho District Court of ll Hlxtli Judlclml DIa. trlct of Ilia Territory of New Mexico, wltlilii nnd fur Ihn County nf Lincoln Whereiut, In the aWe-cntltled caue nml court, nn the aril tiny of Augut, A ll., IK), jndgment waa rendered aiinluat the aboTe. named defendnnta ami each of them nml In fnrnrnf the ahon.named pliilntllTa In the anm MURDEROUS ENEHIES. Last week's Associated Press dispatches recorded one murder and one attempted jnurdcr, both of the attacks being upon men of I national and semi-national prominence. The death of ex-United Sena- tor "Ned" W. Carmack, in a street duel in the city of Nash ville, Tcnu., was a most dcplora- 1. 1- .. . ! 1 1. ...!... "-... I uiu iiauu.iai wuiimivj. oai maun o of T.rt,.lwo ion(ir-, ..i Twenlr-eeren Dot reputation as a debater and par- Ian nnd fifty Cnuta (rra.M). with interwt i!... i.! '.i, ...

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. — 20 November 1908

fc t SYMBOLOFSWASTIKA RESEARCH SHOWS THAT IT IS OF VAST ANTIQUITY. In Commonly Accepted ai the Sign of Good Luck Traces Found Record! of Every Known Race. Washington. Tho Swnfitlkn Is tho oldest known symbol, having Us origin In tho crosB nnd tho circle. As far back In tho night of tlmo as wo nro nblo to trnco tho records of man's Ufa on tho globo by tho sculptured re mains of temples nnd pillars wo find thn cross nnd circle, painted on an cient pottery, broldored on sacred vcstmonls, sculptured on ruined monu- monts nnd figuring In tho religious mvstorlcs nf all races. To form an CBtlninto of tho ago of tho Swastika wo must look back, nrchacologlsts tell us, to tho period of tlmo when tho nolo star was in Lyg mis, 17,000 II. C., apparently that of tho first conception of tho zodiacal yoar. Whllo tho Swastika Is hold In com. mon acceptation to bo a lucky and ! sight of tho teal mysteries, the sym bols became objects of worship, nonce In this day wo seo this grandest of all lonmlc sy...

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. — 20 November 1908

I Welch & Titsworth ;1 1.1 New School Books " : 5f 1 As per List adopted by the Territorial Board of Education. S?i W 1 Barbed Wire. j 1 g Sash Doors, Glass, Paints and Oils. j j STOVES, -i APPLE BOXES. jj Si WINDOW GLASS. McCALL'S PATTERNS. I j 1 WELCH & TITSWORTH. 1 jj C A PIT AN. Clark Hust wan down Tuesday from Tortolita canyon. Mrs. W. A. Mclvcrs, of Nogal, visited litre several days this week. A ball is advertised to take place this (Friday) evening at the Wetmorc hall. in a fil1 for the railroad company. New concrete arches had been put in where culverts formerly existed, necessitating large dirt lills. W. M. Reily returned Tuesday from a ten days trip in the Guad alude mountains. He was in that J. C. Copelaud passed through yesterday on his way to El Paso from Fort Stanton. He expects to return Monday. Dr. K. C. Drydcn came down from Parsons Wednesday, ana left that night for Missouri on a month's visit. W. C. McDonald made a trip to T. O. Sterling has leased the sec...

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. — 20 November 1908

IT- V LOVF FREES EXILE BAMUEL LEFF'8 THRILLING ES CAPE FROM RUSSIA. Fugltlva Arrives Safe In New York City, Thanks to Effort of Brave Woman Who Planned Daring Flight. Now York. "Tho cunning nnd vigi lance of tho Hussion soldlors who guard tho prisoners In tho Siberian mines may bo 14-knrnt, but thoy couldn't outwit tho shrewdness of n llttlo woman who aided mo to cscapo Imprlsoninont thoro a llttlo woman who Is now my wlfo nnd will Join jno hero." Samuel Loff, 21 years old, now stop ping on East Ono Hundred nnd Third street, thus started tho story of his thrilling cscapo to n roportcr. "I was a student of chemistry nnd engineering In n collcgo nt llarnstow," ho said. "Nearly all tho students thero had witnessed outrages commit ted by tho czar's Cossacks. Jewish womon and children wcro shot down In the street. Thero was no thought of liberty or oven of common humanity nraoug thoso soldiers, nnd many of us harbored resentment against thorn. "Ono day, when tho soldlors had almod their ...

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. — 20 November 1908

flHHHHH World i Palaces of Art U TiEtlWEUfl arMTURAL HMTOAY MIL APPEAR )WEtt (QflPLErED COTfPlErE? 3XV0KLYH IMTiTl7E AtU5EVfi Whon tlio thrco groat muioumi of tlio Orcntcr Now York nro completed In tlio years to como Micro will bo given to tho country nml tlio world groups of nrt palaces tho lllo o( which tho world has novcr boforo scon. They will roprcsont an oxpondlturo of 150,000,000 excluslvo of tho priceless collections which will find shelter within tho spacious walls of tho Insti tutions. Tho Metropolitan Musoum of Alt will ho tho largest building do voted to art In tho world; tho com pleted museum of natural history will overshadow tho British musoum, nnd tho Ilrooklyn Instltuto museum Is planned along tho soma magnificent linos. In tho caso of tho last named tho castorn wing, rccontly finished, completes an cntlro front of tho struc ture, Including tho cornor towors. In tho caso or tho Natural History musoum tho groat outor wall has finally turned tho southwestern cornor an...

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. — 20 November 1908

7 TO" r r COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Proceedings of the honorable board of county commissioners of Lincoln county. New Mexico, held at Lincoln, New Mexico, on Mon day, the 9th day of November, A. D. 11)08, at 9 a.m., as a board to canvass the election returns of said county of Lincoln, N. Mcx,, which said election was held in the several precincts of said coun ty of Lincoln, N. Mcx., on Tues day, the 3rd day of November, A. D. 1908. Present K. II. Taylor, chair man; P. L. Krousc, member; R. A. Duran, member; W. E. Kim brcll, clerk; J. W. Owen, sheriff. The last minutes were read and approved. The vote cast at the last gen eral election in precincts 1 to 14, inclusive, was canvassed by the board; and, wheaeas, the board having canvassed the election returns for the 14 voting- precincts of the county of Lincoln, N. M., with the following results, and the candidates were declared to have received the number of votes set opposite their names, and the clerk is ordered to issue certifi cates o...

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. — 27 November 1908

CARRIZOZO NEWS. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 9. CARRIZOZO. LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, NOVEMBER 27. 1908. NUMBER 39 PROSPECTING FOR WATER ON THE SOUTH FORK. The Southwestern Company, In order to increase the volume of water in their reservoirs, arc drilling1 four wells at the mouth of the south fork of the Bontto, at a point about a mile below the dam. It is ircncrally believed that the water in the south fork disappears at a point above the dam, anil again comes to the sur face several miles down the Bon ito stream, and the object of the company in sinking'these wells is to tap the subterranean stream and connect it with the main pipe lciding to the reservoir. Last Sa unlay a good body of water was tapped in one of the wells, but it did not come to the surface as was expected. A. sample of the water was sent to El Paso for analysis. If the water found is pure and of sufficient quantity, it is the intention of the company to install a pumping plant, e...

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. — 27 November 1908

r IL I " I r w 1 PEOPLE TALKED ABOUT REUNITED WITH WIFE don. Danlol 10. Sickles, war hero, diplomat first nolnblo exponent of tho "unwrltton law," lias becomo reunited to tho Spanish wlfo whe haR for tho past 27 years resided with her own family In Madrid, Spain. den. Sickles Is one of tho most popular ol tho remaining civil war commnndors and is nf fcctlonntoly known as tho "horo of Gettysburg." Ho has always been nctlvo in politics as a Demo crat, and was n congressman boforo tho civil war. At that tlmo ho raised a brlgado In New York and tendered it to President Lincoln, but declined to accept Its command on account ot his own politics. Tho president, howovor, swept away tho objection and appointed Sickles to command his men. Ho was advanced to tho command ot a division, nnd at tho closo of tho war was mado major general ot tho regular army. Ho lost a leg at Gettys burg. Tho first Mrs. Sickles was a beautiful Italian girl, nnd it was when she confessed to an alllanco with Philip ...

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