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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 15 October 1909

tfOR A WARM NIGHT SOME APPETIZING AND SATISFY INQ DISHES. Vegetable Salad of Pleating Appear ance and Palatable Peach Pud. ding or Ribbon Cake for Detiert Sponge Cake. Vegotnblo Salad. Doll sevornl boots (tbo smnllost rod oiigb you can ob tain). Whon cold dig n round holo In the ccntor of onch (but not clonr through). Plnco eneb beet on a lottuco leaf, Imvo rondy n sin all now cnbbngo, chopped nno, nnd thoroughly mixed with n good unhid dressing; fill onch boot with this nnd also plnco boiiio around tho outRldo on tho lottuco lenvos, th on sllco threo cold hnrd bollod eggs nnd strew ovor tho cab bage. Add dressing, nnd you not only have n snlad nlco to look at, but vory palatable. Ponch Pudding. Sift togother two cupfuls of flour, two toaspoonfuls of baking powdor, nnd ono-hnlf teaspoon. ful of nnlt. Hub Into this two tnulo spoonfuls of butter, nont ono egg to a cronm, ndd to this throo-fourths of a cupful of milk. Mix nil together, turn out on n floured board, nnd roll gently. Ilol...

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. — 15 October 1909

t H -a-., i i.i i I - ' " IMI r.ni..,. ! .1- II., . I - THE CARRIZOZO NEWS R. E. Stldham, 14 Carrizozo ,.Bbu.h.d..r,K,idr.i John H. Skinner, 14 Carrizozo Cakkizozo Nkw Mkxico. jjjjfjj; J Lincoln r Li KnlBtmlMiiociilMeliiinriiMK.riwil Jtlatt B. TrUjillo, 2 Hondo A TUC llll Y E X f A II lXrfflr'1 NewM"""" er J. W. Welch', 3 Arabcla I II) Iflf I 111 ft l IN I 3n. v.r ii.w J. E- Best, 15 Oscuro ". iix Month n.oo Henry P. Elicr, 11 Mogul .. . v. C. McDonald, 14 Carrizozo 1 hu.a.hali8t. . Alitor, j R Worthington, 10 Ruitloso ' - - - s Takhsmkn. Our New Stock of High Oracle SHALL HISTORY REPEAT ITSELF? Frank Passage. 14 Carrizozo Merchandise for FALL and Explorer1 uncovering the ruins Chas, P. LcitiotiH, 11 Nogal u;iVTCn ... , rMi. of ancient Babylon, a city that Paul Burton, 14 Carrizozo WINTER will be Oil Display was destroyed five thousand years James Pagan, 14 " at an early date before Christ, have come upon a P. W. Brock way, 14 number of medals marked with Harry J. Little, 14 " chara...

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. — 15 October 1909

LINCOLN LOCALS. Mr. S. P. Gruy. of Capitan. .spun l Sunday in Lincoln, as tin; guest of a Irictid. Forest Supi.Tvl-.or J. II. Kinney was down last Siiml.iy from Cap ilaii (Mi business. P. C. Ilaird, of Carrizoxo, was here Tucic'ay in charge of some traveling men. Mrs. J. (. Higgle and Iter two daughters spent Sunday in Cap itaii, and returned Monday. Miss Mary Hoover, of the Laws' Sanatorium, left Monday on a visit with relatives at YazooCity, Mississippi. e'rauci-eo Salaxar, who has been on the sick list for several days, is able to be up and look after his busincis again. Win. F. A, Gierke lelt Thurs day to attend the Grand Lodge of "the Masonic order, which meets in Albtuiueri(ue on the 18th. Dr. Raymond and daughter, Virginia, who have been at the Laws' Sanatorium fot several weeks, left Monday for their home in Memphis, Tennessee. Constable Urady arrested four young people in the vicinity ol Lincoln, last Friday, on the charge of unlawlully living and cohabiting together, but u...

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. — 15 October 1909

A Painful Accident. Albert Zicgler, of the linn of ) Hicgler llroH., met with n painful '(A accident last Friday. He was on j w) the local iroinir north, and while (6 CARRIZOZO'S MOST POPULAR STORE. going some switching was being done at a way station, the caboose re ceived a bump that precipitated Mr. Zieglcr through the car door. 1 He was cut on the face and head and bruised up p-etty badly. His face was patched up this week with court plaster to such an ex tent that many of his friends failed o recognize him they thought he was someone just out of the ring with Jeff. Foi Sai.k One modern live room residence, three porches; three lots included. Good well ol water; yard inclosed. Will sell for part cash, balance in monthly payments. Bargain for anyone desiring a comfortable home, if taken soon. See Jamks Huiiiihht. 10-15-tf. Carrizozo, N. M. Whist Club Organized. A whist club was organized at the home of Mrs. A. J. Holland Wednesday afternoon, consisting of a number of ladies of th...

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. — 15 October 1909

Welch & Titsworth w o w O O B w o B a 73 H O O (23 I I W H a O C3 E- a h Wholesale and Retail General Merchandise o r X o o o CD O 5 o w V, V. w H l-H WELCH & TITSWORTH. CAPITAN from Robert Bourne was down the Nogal Mesa yesterday. II. S. Campbell made a bust nccs trip to Capitan and return yesterday. The Carrizozo Bar is taking on a new coat of paint. Doc Lacey is wielding the brush. Mrs. M. Short, Mrs. I. I. Cav endcr's mother, left on the Uth for an extended visit to Mobile, Alabama. Mrs. Ilatlie Pons is having a cottage erected on her lots on Glut street in McDonald addition. The adobics have been made and the building will begin at once. The adobics for the building, that is to be built between the postofficc and Holland Bros.' drug store, arc in process of manufact ure. A brick front is included in the plans. Wayne Van Schoyck, of White Dr. T. II. Williams, a brother Oaks, and Clay Van Schoyck, of Mrs. M. G. Pudcn, returned to wife and baby, of this place, re his home,...

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. — 15 October 1909

I 3 His Burden of Hatred BY EDITH BROWNELL (Copyrltilit, by J. 11. Llpplncutt Co.) Ilnrolil Cnrrtngton Hopkins, Jr., Bnt on tlio front steps of IiIh father'a house and darlcly brooded over tliu peculiar hardness of lila fate. It was shortly after ntno o'clock of a particularly promising Saturday morning, bnt al ready years of fruitless Inertia sromod to havo passed slnco tlio blasting hour of breakfast, when the flat had gone forth which had turned tlio day Into a thing of empty torture. Tlio qulol, sunny avenuo was do sorted, but from a neighboring va cant lot enmo tlio mighty yells of his fellows, wallowing luxuriously In tho biggest football gama of tho season; whllo ho, tho cnptnln of their daunt less Eleven for you called It an Eleven, just tha same, If It did havo only olght In It was condomncd to sit hero apart or descend to tho alter natlvo of playing with IiIb sister in tho back yard. He sank deeper Into tho rolling collar of his sweater at tho more thought. Play with his h...

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. — 15 October 1909

0R5 'D'DOE ClOlfvnTTGEICD ffiMTtE WflM J1A0N0U3 GV AGUCULTMAL DPARrttmi CfjrsA'xujr ? tcfairiRAL crPAxmttir, seed test When did tlio United 8tntes begin tho prnctlco of forestry? Fow per sons enn nnswor this question cor rectly. Most peoplo nro of tho opin ion Hint tho beginning of forestry In this country was of very recent or igin, and thnt tho drat stop In thnt direction wns tnken umong tho ntoun tnlns of tho far weBt. Nulthur Is cor rect Whllo Wnshlngton wns nerving his first term ns prcsldunt of tho United 8tntes, n rcconituondiillon cntuo to lilm thnt tho government ought to liny live oak Islnnds on tho coast of Georgia to ninke Btiro of n supply of ship tlnibor for war vessels. Tho Idon np pears to hnvo orlglunted with Joshun Hutuphroys, whoso olllclal title wns "Constructor of tho United Htntes Nnvy," nlthough about tho only navy thon existing was made up of six ships on. pnpor, and not ono Htlck or timber to build them had yet been cut. The vessels were designed to light th...

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. — 15 October 1909

Committees featy. The various committees named by the Chamber of Commerce Inst week, on court preparations, got busy on their assignments, anil have things moving in the right direction. The committee on Finance has made its estimates, and intends meet them. Respond when your name is called. The committee on court ar rangements has perfected its plans. A court room and two jury rooms have been secured. A jail for the prisoners will be made in the lower story of the Skating Rink. The front part will be railed off, from floor to ceiling, for the guards, the prisoners to be kept behind. Sanitary ar rangements have been planned that arc considered satisfactory. The Publicity committee made an investigation as to hotel ac commodations, and report the following: Grandvicw Hotel, rooms for 17; City Hotel, rooms for 18; Ho tel Temple, roins for 8, meals for 50; Burrcll House, rooms for 15, meals for 50; Carrizozo Eating House, rooms for 40, meals for 100; American Restaurant, meals for 50; ...

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. — 22 October 1909

A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 10. CARRIZOZO. LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, OCTOBER 22, 1909. NUM HICK 37 Frank W. Gwbcjt Dead. A wire wai received Saturday afternoon by Mrs, Gurncy, of the Carrizozo Eating' House, that her husband, Frank W. Gurncy, had dropped dead on the streets of El Paso that afternoon at 4 o'clock, the result of heart fail ure. Mr. Gurncy had gone down the day before to witness the cer emonies uttendaut upon the meet ing of the presidents, and was in a cheerful mood and seemed to be in perfect health; and the an nouncement of his death came as a shock from a clear sky. The deceased was walking along the street in company with his Bon, Frank, and Frank M. dough, enjoying life and greet ing friends, when, without a word of warning he fell, his son and friend supporting him to the pavement, A doctor was imme diately summoned, but the vital spark of life had been extinguish ed, his inanimate body prostrate among thousands, his spirit had...

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. — 22 October 1909

CARRIZOZO NEWS CARMZOZO NEW MEXICO May wo look forwnrd and upward to n strlko of llylng-mnchlno opera tors 7 According to llio womnn'B pago ft llttlo cold cream will bo good for the Biinbtirn, Blnco It wnH not ablo to keep tbo Wright brothers Franco Ib satisfied with lllcrlot. Aoroplanlng ovor tho Kngllsh chnn nol Is n safer Job than soaring above stumpy Virginia farms. Howovor, tho English channel puz zled Julius Caesar a lot nnd Napoleon never could mnnaga to cross It. Victims of tho week-end hnblt do not dcslro tn bo cured whllo tho grand nnd lovely weather hnngs u rou nil. Judging from tho way Irrlgntlan projects nro being Bttnppcd up the pcoplo of this country are still land hungry. With one squint of tho prescient cyo wo foreseo pcoplo giving tholr friends sure cures for airsickness within a year. Only n llttlo bit tnoro nnd tho aero plane will bo useful for blowing tip tho enemy's fleet or pllforlng n hen roost, as you please. nccauso ii womnn refused to got supper for her hu...

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. — 22 October 1909

SERVE WITH CREAM White Steamers Use Kerosene as Fuel DELICIOUS METHOD OF PREPAR I NO VEGETABLES. Cauliflower Served In Thft 8tyle Will Be Appreciated by All Who Care for the Good Thing of the Table. Cauliflower Crcnmcd Doll n cnull flower In salted water fur half mi hour, drnln dry nud act In n lined snuccpun with ono pint of milk, same quantity of hot water, and Dimmer for half an hour longer. Tnko up the vegotnblo very carefully, drnln It, plnco on n Itot dish and pour over It the following snucu. Place onc-hnlf pint of milk In a double miuccpnn and let It JiiRt como to boiling point. Wot u tnblcapoonful of Hour with cold milk, Reason It with pepper, Bait and a little vlnegnr (tarragon preferred), then mix gradually with tho hot milk nnd boll for n fow minutes, adding n little butter. Dent an egg till It Is n light color, stir It by degrees Into the nance, and pour over tliu cauliflower, which Is ready to servo. Crcnmcd Cnbbogo Tnko a fresh, nolld head of cabbngo, shred rathor fln...

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. — 22 October 1909

THE.CARRIZOZO NEWS t'nblUhedarirj Prldar Cakrizozo Nkw Mkxico. Kntnrod Mneiiml cliuw mnttor Jnnn 13, KOH.nt tlm iHwliillIrn nt VnTfir.nu, Now Mlcn, under ttia Act uf Mnreli 3, IMP. HUlMCItllTlONUATKHt Due ar M.W ill Month M-00 INO, A. IIAI.KV, Ktlllnr. TAFT ON STATEHOOD. President Tuft spoke at Albu querque Friday, and, of course bis subject was statehood. While be promised, in a perfunctory way, to do what be could to ad vance the cause of statehood, be intimated very broadly that we should not be in too muni of a hurry, and bis spech, as a whole, must have been a distinct disapp ointment to all earnest advocates of statehood. The following ex cerpts arc taken from the address: "1 am glad to sec you. l am glad to be here to say what I am going to say about that thing which is uppermost in your minds. You seem to be able to guess what it is. Every baby in this territory seems to be trained to speak the first word: 'Statehood.' "Now, in as far as lies in me as the chief executive, rc...

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. — 22 October 1909

rr.a- Dome Punfe ns. fro 1110(1 il wna grown on the sky-line, 7,000 foul above sea level, and on a (Ifv land farm. Tills is not the only uncommon feature about this fruit popularly known as a ptsukin -but it also lias size to ruaoiuuiutit it. It is 2 feet lone; noil measures 4 feet anil 2 inches in circttmfuruur.u. It was grown by IL IS. Keller, on the mesa be yond Nogal. Mr. Keller also brought a sample of his polocs, a sight of which makes an Irish man's mouth water, and excel or uttiul thu fatuous Oreelcy potato. Notice of Publication. N. It'll. lilLLIUA.-llllMIIUOluy, VM. Al.LIK JIIIIII1M!. TtmHtil ilnfoixlitut. AlllHJdruMUfitD. Ilinnli IHiMwl llint a null In ijiriirro tut Iwuii ruin.. lipiiii! (tin in iuh iimirici i nun iiiriim T l.mniln. Torrlluri f Now Mrxlru, lijr It A. J,iriHii(ii. HilMrlhir iiniitiiiiHirt i fWlkmiliaw. nnl ntklfiK (of tlm ciiMihIj of two nbutlrwn, & JiinpMiiHiii, iwr Mrm: Wo have on exhibition in our 9 Hit window a fruit that is com- $ in to a great ma...

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. — 22 October 1909

ABSfKACT OF COUNTY RECORD'S, . A Qll&Klvft The following inxirumciiK for! ATTORN IIV AT LAW New Muxico. roconl with the Probata Clerk, . Carrizozo hnvo been filed the pat week at Jinieoln: o j. WOODLAND 1 1 ill of Sale J. M. Miller, of3, Wo,woU in IIn.il I'ritzand Henry ' WNTKACTCiK ft IIUILIMK bill bill or Millu of f., 15 llU.ul or I OUtmArn PuniM. 3tuek uliccp. Carrii!Oj!o, Now Mexico. Quntrnci and Lease John Me flfKll) A LITTLIC CONTRACTORS ft HUIUDI1RS New Pool Hall Quiiflglty to Absalom N. Price, boinl ami lone of thu uudividul illtertut of thi' Coinrty Lode mining clnim in thu Jicarilhi I ,Wi)W ,IH.iirt.i.f iiuii,iu.. Mining Dinlnct, for 512,000.00. ! fnn.ui.i..ii i.i.ri ni.iif... Contrnct and lloml The CoIo-C!irri!(m,( ow Mexico. Tfldo Telephone Co. wtih H. II. j Morrill, contract anil bond toon struct a telephone line from So irm to Oscuro; from Oscuro to to Tnlaroha, and' from Osctiro to Roswell, N. M., thu same to be emiplcled not later than January 31 1U10. Daod Carri...

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. — 22 October 1909

Welch 6fc Titsworth w u w o o w W O a -3 cj H O O P i C3 H W o a t3 Wholesale and Retail General Merchandise WELCH & TITSWORTH. C A PIT AN. 1 H til Clark Hust was down from his ranch yesterday. Mrs. J. W. Craig went to Cap ital! yesterday, and will return today. Milton Read, a substantial cit izen of the Capitan country, was in Carrizozo yesterday. The big crowd that went to 121 Paso last week has returned full of joy, hope and inspi ration. Paul Mayer was in Carrizozo a short time Monday, on his return to White Oaks from the upper country. Dr. Walker's office building' on Tularosa avenue is just about completed. It is quite a neat, comfortable building. Ucmctrio Pcrea is making prep arations to open up an eating house across the track. He wilt he ready for business next Mon day week. K. II. 13. Chew was down from White Oaks a short time Satur day, Mr. Chew informed us that the White Oaks public school would begin next month. A number of our citizens went to Osouro Saturday to a...

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. — 22 October 1909

And All with Company Thero. "Now, children," wild tlio mother, ltd n whole roomful of company had como In, "supposo you run off and play by yourselves." "All right, mother." replied Kdlth. "Can wo go up and play Hamlet and Ophelia?" "Certainly," mulled tho mother, whllo hor guosts looked on at tho tableau. "Ooodyl" replied Kdlth; then, turn ing to hor sinter, bIio said: "Now, Maude, you run up to mnmma'H room and get all her falno hair that you can und." Judge. EnouQh Till Eternity. Tho hlggcHt tnnrblo nunrry In opera tion In tho world lies nlmoHt within n stono's throw of tho heart of West Rutland, Vt. Around Its mouth Is a Htock of 12,000 pieces of finished nmr hie. Thero In a gront gnp In tho hill side. Tho marble crops out as baro or noil or vegetation an a bllllnrd ball. You can walk over that hill and never step on anything but marble, and aft er two Bcoro years of blasting and drilling thoy don't know how deep thodeposlt lies. It seems there's enough inarblo In that ouo hill ...

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. — 22 October 1909

NOVEL PIN CUSHION PRETTY DESIGN THAT CAN BE MADE AT HOME. Crocheted on 8mall Celluloid Rings and Placed on a Square of 811k or Satin, Loosely Puffed at Each Corner. Pretty pincushions far tlio tollot table, nro always acceptable, niul hero wo hIiow n novel and decidedly pret ty ono. Tlio snmo Idea might bo car ried out In n larger bIzu for n sofa cimhldn. For tho crochet rings, which form tlio ornamentation, use those of cellu loid that can bo bought In various sizes frum most dealers In fancy work. Thoso used for tho model wore cov ered closoly over with doublo stitches In crochot worked with cream crochet cotton, tho number to bo regulated by size of ring. For the smnll rings for pincushion, 32 stitches should bo worked, then draw through the first, for tho scallops, pass over tho first two doubles, , Into tho next work thrco trebles, threo doublo trebles, and thrco trebles; pass over two stitches, ono doublo Into tho next, pass over two doubles, and repent from seven timed more; ...

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. — 22 October 1909

MB. MB ywii8Si!.'' ':'40epegmMiagm miriM iimmiw iiihiiim The Excdine BanK, (.rrizoio, lew Mexico. jf CERTIFICATE OF APPORTINMENT OF SCHOOL FUNDS FOR THE County of Lincoln, New Mexico. I, Jno. A. Haley, Superintendent of Schools for said County, do hereby certify that I have duty apportionment the school fund of said county on this 16th day of October, l'JO'J. The amount of money subject to such apportionment is seven hundred and three and 60100 Dollars, ($703.60). The total number of persons of school age is 2275 The rate pcrscholar is $0.30, which is appor tioned to the several school districts below, leaving a balance for next apportionment of $21.10: No, of No. of No. of General Precinct Liquor Toll Special l'ret. Dlat. Bch'Ia. Komi Finn License Tuition Tax Larjr Amount. 1 1 218 65 40 87-10. 18 90 53 42 225 12 2 2 8!1 24 90 84 J0 10 3 42 12 60 12 60 4 4 J8 29 40 39 82 62 42 10 5 25 7 50 7 50 6 - 6 58 17 40 15 00 9 67 42 07 14 7 342 102 60 198 00 490 64 193 01 984 25 8 8 149 44 70...

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 October 1909

A Journal Devoted to the interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 10 CAKKIKOKO. LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, OCTOBER '-!'), I'JO'J. NUMBER 38 Governor Curry to Retire. Sometime ago it was reported thul Governor Curry would re sign, but at that time the report LINCOLN LOCALS. The historic old building for tncrly occupied as a postoflicc by Ex-Postmaster Halstcad, which was denied. However, there is has seen many days in Lincoln now no question of the governor's county, and which at one lime intention to quit the 'governor j was the dwelling place of that ship, as he himself confirms the noted outlaw, IJillic the Kid, has report, and announces that his I has been bought by Dr. T. W. decision to do so is irrevocable. ! Watson, and is fitted up as an Many friends throuhout the ter ritory have appealed to the gov ernor to reconsider his resigna tion, but in each in -dance he has turned u deaf car to such appeals, and will place his resignation in the hati'is of the president, take effect in th...

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 October 1909

-J CARRIZOZO NEWS OAimizozo NEW MEXICO A HUMANE WORK. During tlio mooting of tlio medical association nt Atlnntlo City, ti suggcB tlon wns mndo thnt tlio women physl clmiB at Now York mid othor towm of tho north should coopcrnto In th work of teaching tho poor to avoid dla enso, says tho Florida Times-Union. Thus and Individual work has bo como ono of strougth and union. The physicians of tho fcmalo persuasion hnvo already begun nt their humane task, and tho poor, Infected children of tho crowded quarters will bo saved by It. Tho great phllnnthrophy of tills movement can senrco be weighed un til ono realizes tho want, tho Igno rnnco and tho dlscaso that reign over tho tenement districts of Now York. Tho womon especially will bo taught to tako hygienic enro of their little ones ob woll as of themselves. What is tho uso of supplying pastourlzod milk to tho InfnntB If tho mothers don't know how to feed It to them In n cleanly, sanitary manner. UcsldcB, pasteurized milk does not disinfe...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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