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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 24 December 1909

THE USEFUL APPLE NUMBERLESS WAYS IN WHICH IT MAY BE SERVED. Moit Popular of All the Fruits, It Lends Itself to Some of the Most Savory Table Delicacies. Dakcd npplos mny bo vnrloil In bov :rnl delicious wriyn. A littlo lionoy and butter can bo burled In tho hoi lowsnftcr removing tho cores. Chopped nutmonU, mixed with thin strips of lemon and ornngo rind, mny tnko tho plnca ot tho honey. Tho tops should bo sprinkled with nugnr nnd nutmeg or clnnntnon. Applo meringues nro merely glori fied baked npplcs. rill tho hollows with qulnco Jolly, covor with fluffy morlnguo and brown slightly In tho oven. Apples mnko Ideal cups to hold In dividual services of certain snlnds, Thoy nro npproprlato for n waldorf salad or minced apples, eclory and nut meats, for onu ot minced poppers, colcry and tomatoes or 0110 of sliced bnnanns and nutmcata drcssod with mnyonnnlso. llosy apples with a glossy skin aro tho best for thoso cups. This unlquo snlnd may bo sorved cither In npplo or tomato cups, Uso eq...

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. — 24 December 1909

i ..mi. i.i... I..I....I i urn i i ui ii '"'in in ii in ilium ir '"n n m imi m ,' i winiiitjM rl 6ft ttt MAMlg- Stoves ti nil Ranges. Builders' Hardwatc. t THE CARRIZOZO NEWS t'obllaliedeTery Krlilay Cakkizozo Nhw Mhxico. Holered fin accoml oIhm inntter Jillin 12, IKtt.nt tlm tfnlollirn ut Cnrrlr.oio, Now Mexico, under ttin Act iff Mnrcliil. IMP. BUHHOItllTION ItATKH i Ono Voar l.r.O ix Mnntha tUOO I NO. A. IIAI.UV, K'fllnr. Both houses of Congress ad journed for the holidays Tues day. Before adjourning-, the senate confirmed the nomination of Judge W. J. Mills as governor of New Mexico. Judge Pope's nomination for Chief Justice of New Mexico was not acted upon, but will be taken up immediately after the holiday recess. Not withstanding the opposition of the republican machine at Santa l'c, United States Marshal For akcr was re-appointed. One of the biggest railroad strikes since the memorable A. K. U. strike many years ago, is liable to occur early in the year. Seventy-five thousan...

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. — 24 December 1909

ANOTHER IMPORTANT VICTORY FOR THE CARTER MEDICINE COMPANY IN THE UNITED STATES COURT. Tho United States Circuit Court for the Southern District of Now York sitting In Now York City hns Just awarded to tho Cnrtor Medicine Com pany a docreo which ngaln sustains tho company's cxcluslvo right to uso the red packago for liver pills, By tho terms of tho decrco, It Is, among other things: Adjudged that tho Cartor Mcdlclno Company is tho ownor of tho soio and exclusivo right to tho uso of red col ored wrappers and labels upon said small, round packages of liver pills of tho stylo described In tho bill of com plaint; said right having boon ac quired by tho prior adoption of said stylo and color of packago for llvor pills by tho complainant predecessors moro than thirty years ago, nnd es tablished by tho continuous nnd ex clusive uso of tho snmo In constantly increasing quantities by said prede cessors and by tho complalnnnt, tho Carter Mcdlclno Company, itsolf, from tho tlmo of their said ad...

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. — 24 December 1909

V i ' School Notes. The new class in the piimary department of the Carri.ozo school will begin the first Mon day in January, 1910. All those who have readied the age of five years and who have been vacci nated, britijriiifr their certificates with them the first day, may enter this class. It is desired that all couic the first day so that all may take up the work at one time. For the first time we publish our Honor Koll. All pupils who have made ti general average of 'JO on their examinations and daily work receive this honor. HONOK ROM.. The pupils in the First and Second Grades who arc distin guished this month. arc; l'IKST CIKAUIt. Kutli Kdmiston, Willie Kiley, Ailceu Andrews, Kathcrine Pine, Gordon Pine, Jodie Bctitly, James Lee, Bryant Casner, John Adams, William Johnson. SltCONl) UKADIi. Mary Adams, lieruice Collins, Charlie Moody, Winnie Peck, Bessie Gross, Willie Gray, Frederick faster, Issouel Tinnon, Barney Gray. THIKl) OKADIt. Name Per Cent Lucile Cole 95 Willena Wiuglicl...

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. — 24 December 1909

A Christmas Carol. Ily I'. Ilrnnka. The cartli has tfrowti old with itn hurden of care, Hut at Ctiristmrs it always is young; The heart of the jewel burns lus trous and fair. Arid its soul full of initio hursts forth on 'la- air, When the sony of the angel is sung. It is coming, Old lOurth, it is uouiing tonightl 0u the suow-llukcs which cover thy sod The feet of the Christ-child fall gentle and white. And the voice of the Christ-child tolU out with delight That manUiud are the children Of God. (Du the sad and the lonely, the wretched and poor, The voice of the Christ-child Shall fait. Anil to every blind wanderer oin the door Of hope that he dared not dream of before, With a sunshine of welcome for all. The feet of the humblest may . jvalk in the Held Where the feet of the holiest trod, This, then, is the marvel to mor tals revealed When the silvery trumpets of Christmas have nealcd That mankind are the children of God. Masons Will Meet. Carrizozo Lodge No. 41, A. I & A. M..wil...

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. — 24 December 1909

A LITTLE COLD. Ho caught a llttlo cold Thnt was all. So tho neighbors Badly nald, An thoy gathered round bis bed, When thoy heard that ho wns dead. Ho caught a llttlo cold That was all. (Puck.) Noeloct of a cough or cold often leads to serious troublo. To break up a cold In twenty-four hours nnd euro any cough that Is curnblo mix two ounces of Glycorlno, n half.ounco of Virgin Oil of Pino compound ptiro and eight ounces of puro Whisky. Tako a tcaspoonful ovory four hours. You can buy thoso at any good drug storo and easily mix thorn In n largo bottlo. Lost In Antiquity. A llttlo follow who had just felt the hard sldo of tho slipper turned to lilt mother for consolation. "Mother," ho asked, "did grandpn thrnsh fathor when ho wns a llttlo boy?" "Yes," answered his mother, Im pressively. "And did his fathor thrash htm when ho wns llttlo?" "Yes." "And did his fathor thrash him?" "Yes." A pauso. "Well, who started this thing, any way?" Cnsscll's Saturday Journal. MUST LOOK AHEAD ALWAYS W...

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. — 24 December 1909

Welch fi: Titsworth 6.15 Cane Granulated Sugar Stetson Hats Boots and Shoes Dry Goods Etc., Etc. Pride of Denver Flour " 3'3 Imboden's Best Flour 3-35 Pratt's Best Flour " 3. 30 Club House Flour 320 These prices subject to change without notice. ft O Farming Implements Farm Wagons Iron Roofing Chicken Netting WELCH & TITSWORTH. C A PI TAN. Last Week's Storm. A Sudden Death. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McCourt, of Another proof that the past The past week has been one of This (Friday) morning, the El l'nso, arc spending the holt- week tins been the coldest here in the coldest experienced in this spirit of a bride of two short lure with relatives. many yenrs comes from Angus, part for a number of years, the months took its llight to the A ball and supper will be given A. C. Austin, of the Donito Fruit mercury dropping below the zero Great lieyond. The deceased at Nognl Christmns night, the l' arm at mat place, mark on several days. Monday was the wife of IClnier Jones, a 25th. inst. mornin...

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. — 24 December 1909

Taking Care of Younelf. Thoro nover wna n tlmo when poo plo paid us much nttcntlon to their health and strength ns they do now. Tlmo wns when lino stock nnd flno horRCfl woro fed moro carefully than humnn beings. Tho result of properly bnlnnccd ra tions linn workoil wonders with stock nnd recent experiments nro proving that the samo thing is truo ot man kind. It hns been found that Quaker Scotch Oats eaten ofton nnd regularly taking tho place of heavy, greasy foods will work wonders In tho health nnd strength of n family. School children fed frequently on Quaker Scotch Oats thrive physically nnd nro nhvnys capable ot tho best work at school. Kor nthlotcs, labor ers, It Is tho best food. Olio of tho at tractlvo features ot Quaker Scotch Oats Is tho perfect way It Is packed. IlcsldcB tho regular slr.o packngo thoro Is tho largo slzo family package. 10 New England Pie. Somo poor dweller In tho benight ed beyond of Chicago asks what a real New England plo Is like. It probably will not h...

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. — 24 December 1909

A OR CAT ANNOYANCE. Kidney Disease Shows Many Painful and Unpleasant Symptoms. Qeorgo 8. Crowd!, 1109 IJroadway, Helena, Mont, nay a: "I was troubled with n disordered condition of tho kid noys, Boino backacha and Irregular pass ages of BecrctlonB. At times I was obliged to get up out of bed at night, and tho urlno was unnatural In appearance. On tho advlco of n friend I procured Doan'a Kidney Pills nnd began using thorn. This romedy holpcd tno at onco, strengthened my kidneys and corrected tho disordered condi tion." Remember tho nnmo Donn's; Sold by all dealors. CO cents n box. Foster Mllburn Co., Duffalo, N. Y. DIFFERENT. Mr. Wholesale (Indignantly) What's that? You say tho cash Is not correct. I always thought tint bookkeeper was a rascal, and was rob blng mo. Export Accountant Tho cash Is G0 ovor, sir. Mr. Wholesale 0, well, Just glvo mo that and say nothing to him about It. Perhaps ho's forgotten to draw somo of his salary. 4 SKIN TROUBLESCURED. Two Little Girls Had Eczema Ver...

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. — 24 December 1909

GIVE HER A PAIR OF FEET. Make a Mtrry CbrliUMi (or Her. The suggestion ts a little late but if the plan is followed it will not be too late to do good and make one little one happy. The best gift to a person in ill health would be health; the best gift to a deformed person would lie a restoration of sound members of the body. The accompanying' likeness is that of a little girl in the Child ren's Home at Albuquerque. Her mother was deserted by her hus band, and besides this little de formed tot, had several other children to care for. The Child ren's Home Society, a charitable institution at Albuquerque, took lliis wee girlie in its protecting care, and is now appealing to friends of the society to give this unfortunate a pair of feet. She will never be able to walk unless a successful operation is per formed, and it is to secure the means for this operation that this appeal is made. Can she be cured? Doctors say she can, ami the Chief Sur geon of the Santa Fe, Dr. J. H. Kaster, has ...

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. — 31 December 1909

A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 10 CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, DECEMBER 31, 1101. NUMBER 47 The Statehood Question. A dispatch from Washington, dated Dec. 2d, nays Unit the Sen ate favors delaying' action until tlie l'JIO census is taken, and the Spanish grants in and Arizona are Masonic Installation. On Monday night, at the Ma sonic Hall, Carrizozo Lodge No. 41, A. 1 & A. M., held its first installation nf nfliccrs. tn which New Mexico I the public was invited. The in- investigated. !stallatioii ceremony of this order Therefore, it is safe to say tliatUs very impressive and was dice very Mttle will be done as regards w. carried out. A large number siaiuiiooii ucioru ue.M year, i uv i0f 0U dispatch states further: Statehood legislation at present session ot congress the will not go beyond giving authority to the people of New Mexico and Arizona to hold constitutional conventions and provide the means for such conventions, if the wishes of ...

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. — 31 December 1909

ft J CARRIZOZO NEWS OARRIBOSO NEW MEXICO YOUNG MAN HAD EASY THING Additional Proof. If Any Is Needed. That Our Language li Fearful and Wonderful. Just by wny of showing how cnsy It Is for sotno nion to pick up n fow dollars by tliclr wits, n young follow strolled Into a Cliostnut Htreot cafe tho othor nftornoon, and, Joining In a conversation that was bring carried on by convivial spirits, declared ho wnB tho most "Inforttiuato" Indlvldunt on earth. Ho Immediately began tell ing n Htory of his porsonnl troubles, but boforo ho had got tho nnrrntlvo woll under wny thero wns n chorus of Interruptions, nnd tho tnlkntlvo young man was politely Informed thnt his ICngllsh needed revising, slnco ho should hnvo UHod tho word "unfortu nnto," Instcnd of "Infortunnto." Tho newcomer Insisted thnt Infortunnto wns the correct word to uso, nnd tho nrgumont wnxed wnrm. Finally, with n show of heat, tho young ninn who started tho troublo doclarod thnt, whllo ho had only n fow dollnrs, ho would wngor ...

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. — 31 December 1909

NEED OF ACCURACY IF ONE WOULD GET SUCCESSFUL RESULTS IN COOKING. Good Materials and Correct Meaiure rrients Absolutely Necessary Measuring Spoons and Cups est for Beginner. BY JHHHICA K. IIHHACK. Olri'Stor UtHtr'i.i mi ..r Mnnn-atlc Bvl' U1M atlil Art. Niillon.il Corn BmmhIIIciii, OifWllO. .Nb. HiicuohhIiiI roHiiliM In cookliiR mm only ho obtnlnod by tho uno of good mntorliiU and curruot nicnHuiumuntB. Ono limy lmvo cooked enough to bo iiIjIo to incnHiirc with n fnlr dugruo of ncuuraoy with tho oyo, but u bcKltinor will do well to go biiuk to first prin ciples lllld WHO lllCllHIIllllR HPOOIIH lllld ClIpH. It is not worth whllu to try to mom orlzo innny roclpoH, but It Ih a Rood plan to liavo somo lueimuromonU In llio mind upon which to work, In caao ono Iiiih not a reclpo nt hand. UhIiik thn griddle enku aa a battor foundation, tho proportion of broad Hour will bo Hi pnrtH of (lour to two partB of wotting. Kor a miillln, Hi pnrtu of flour to ono part of wotting. For n plain onko, tw...

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. — 31 December 1909

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS IMIillKhrilBiriTY Frlilaj- ai Cauhizozo Nitw Muxico. .Holered n ciiwl awm inuttnr Jutin IS. IIN tuaiNHtnlllM nt On rrl into. Now Mviloo. titii Kiumini .HBteiia. nil, nt n tutor HUllHOltllTIONIiATUHi D'lo Yniu ll.fiO ill .Monti; .11.01) INtl. ,. H.M.UV. ... I'.illt.ir. PASSING. Wo arc about to pass another mile -lone on life's journey. Tlie Old Yciir is about gone, mid to morrow will be born a New the Old will be gathered to his fa ther. The dying year has witnessed many changes political and do mestic, at home and abroad. Yet for many, who will be present at his dissolution, while not us pros perous an it might have been, lie has not been a real bud one. He has, however, seen many great men pass away; he has seen, at the lust moment, n south ern republic overturned and its people in a state of turmoil; he lias seen men who have occupied high positions in the commercial world dethroned and imprisoned, after their fortunes had boon swopt away; he has witnessed the r...

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. — 31 December 1909

KNEW THE WAYS OF WOMEN Mean Trick of Bnllantlno That Prob ably Made Much Trouble for Hla Friend Blank. Cnpt. J. K. Chase of Votcrnn City, Fin., wns In Vushlngton, Inst month to register IiIh forty-Bovcnth nlrablii patent. Cnpt. Chnso Is bogt known ns tho Inventor of tho Aoop-sklrt. Disclosing tho Itoup-Hklrt'H remark ablu buccobb, Capt. ChnHo said to a reporter: "Tho buccobr was duo to tho skirt's strangeness. Women llko strange things, lly entering to wom en, by studying their titHto u innn can twlflt them nroitnd his linger." Tho veteran olllcer Htnllcd. "llnllantlno," ho Bald, "cama lu late to a song recital In I'nlnt Dench, and there wasn't n vacant Beat In tho llOUSO. "Hallnntlnu noticed Mrs, Jcromo lltank. Mrs. Jcromo lllnnk, ho know, hud a ery handsomo husband that she kept strict watch over ho didn't llku him to iiBHOclnto with any of tho fair box. , "IJnllautlne, edging near to Mrs. Illunk, who had an excoltuntscat, said In a loud voice to a friend: " 'Who woh that uncommon...

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. — 31 December 1909

ADDITIONAL LOCAL. J.O. Naborswas a visitor from Three Kivcrs this week. Now is the time and now is the hour for framing resolutions. How long do you think yours will last? Foh Sai.k. Large heating btove; good as new; cheap. Car rizozo liating House. Harry Kcahles came over from Capitatt yesterday and boarded the train for El Paso. Resolve that you will start the New Year on your right foot by subscribing for the Nhws and if already a subscriber pay a year in advance for some friend a New Year's gift he will appre ciate. Fou Salh Some good cord wood. See II. S. Camimium.. 3-12. A. II. Harvey made a trip to the country this week to do some surveying. Paul and Miss licrtha Mayer, who have been spending the holi days with their parents at While Oaks, will leave Sunday for Las Cruces where they will re-enter the Agricultural College. There will be a meeting of the Chamber of Commerce Wednes day evening, Jan. 5, at 7 p.m. in Humphrey's hall, at which matters of the utmost importance to Ca...

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. — 31 December 1909

PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ,jJf C. DRYDI2N The Charge Refuted. Bililor News: Tim Outlook, in its insucof the 1 7 tti oi December, tried Us hand ai what appeared to be a joke at my expense and called it an ''13d-1 ... it in t r will! ltiiA uurtui. Please notice head of titit fltitlmils ii.iini luwfi ituii iitlinr- " wino no one would charge that , J KA,V J u'kK paper Willi even an attempt at a real editorial. Not aatisllcd with the first at tumpt, the piu-hcad wlio perpe trates at tne suggestion ol the mum sucker attempts another so on I led "ISditoriul" which prob ably overtaxed his over-seusative or weak brain and he finally got stums of that "little buneli" (of suokers) that Kahler sometiines Q, HALL mentions, to help him out. A n'ORNHY-AT-LA W NOW, the facts III tile Slllitll (irHinUIiri iukI .Mtnlrttt Irfiwii HMciiilly. OH.su are tliuau: December 11, A. Smty in oiiico. 13. Cook swore out the warrant Dank Ihiildiuy, Cnrrixoiio. against bmith, charging vag rancy. At smith s hearing he PH...

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. — 31 December 1909

CARRIZOZO NEWS OARRIZOZO NDW MEXICO A LITTORAL DEFENSE CORP8. Itcccnt developments suggest tltu thoiiRht thnt tlio thno mny hnvo ar rived for tlio crcntlon of n littoral do fouso corps ob n distinct brancli of tho military cstnbllshmonL Thu itronsth of tho movomont to oxcludo Iho ranrlncs from navnl vossols and conflno tliclt functions to tho guarding of navy yards and ImsoB acoina to havo bocaino nppnront ovon lo tho marines thomsolvcs, Rays tho Now York Trllmno. Tho Tribune's Wash ington bureau reports that tho com missioned porsonnol of tho marina rorps nerlotisly contomplntea nsklng congress to transfer tho ontlro corps to tho army, with tho bopo of finding (hero moro congenial surroundings. (Jon. Murray, chief of nrtlllory, nftor nn extondod Inspection of tho const defenses, nnuounccs tho necessity of nn additional forco to guard "tho back doors" of tho modern fortifications nnd thoso portions of tho coast be yond tho reach of tho fortified ord nnnco. Tho amalgamation of tho ma...

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. — 31 December 1909

Welch Si Titsworth 1 6.15 Cane Granulated Sugar Stetson Mats Boots and Shoes Dry Goods Etc, Etc. Pride of Denver Flour 44 33 Imboden's Best Flour 44 335 Pratt's Best Flour 44 330 Club House Flour 41 3.20 These prices subject to change without UOticO. CO M o Farming Implements ' Farm Wagons Iron Roofing Chicken Netting WELCH & TITSWORTH. CAPITA N. CV VJ 4 U 4 4 V) 4 'J 4 VJ 4 VJ 4 V'J 4 "J 4 t'J 4 U 1 VJ VJ 4 VJ 4 VJ 4 VJ 4 VJ 4 VJ l VJ 4 VJ4 VJ4 VJ4 VJ 4 VJ4 VJ4P tV VJ J Tho Nitwa wishes it readers a Joe S. Ueaty, of Corona, came Oaks and have many friends in of 1CI Pubo, held the winning happy nud j)ro8iieroii8 New Yenr. down Wednesday on u liusi iuhs this section. number nnd received the Indie Chne. McMaatcrs, clerk tit the mission. Ik-visited Inn nephew, Christmas was very nuielly oh- prize, and Cluv Van Schoyck, of Trading Company's store, left W. K. ilunly, at 0curo, hefore served in this town. There was this town, held the other lucky Situdny on a visit to East Texas, retu...

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. — 31 December 1909

A NURSE'S EXPERIENCE. Backache, Pains In the Kidneys, Bloat Ing, Etc., Overcome. A nurso la expected to know what to do for common nllmento, ntul worn- '.sn on who suitor back Cf I ncho, constnnt lan iVtrv I cunr. ninl otlinp mm. tnon symptoms of kidney complaint, should bo grateful to MrB. Mlnnlo Turner, of B. D. 8t., Ana dnrko, Okla., for pointing out tho way to find quick relief. Mrs. Turner used Doan's Kidney Pills for n run down con dition, backacho, pnlns In tho sides and kidneys, bloated limbs, otc. "Tho way they havo built mo up Is simply mar veloiis," sayB Mrs. Tumor, who Is a nurso. "My health Improved rapidly. Five boxes did so much for mo I am telling everybody about It." Homembcr tho name Doan's. Sold by nil dealers. CO cents a box. Foster Mllburn Co., Uuffalo, N. Y. What's a Qentfeman? An oxuut dollnltlnii of n gentleman hns been tried many times, never per hapH with entirely satisfactory :osultn. Little Sadie hud never henrd of nuy of tho dlflnltlotiH. but she managed...

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