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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 28 January 1910

Welch St Titsworth Pride of Denver Flour 33 Imbodcn's Best Flour 335 Pratt's Best Flour 33 Club House Flour 320 These prices subject to change without notice. M 3 C3 V 0) Stetson Mats Boots and Shoes Dry Goods Etc., Etc. Farming Implements Farm Wagons Iron Roofing Chicken Netting WELCH & TITSWORTH. CAPITAN. Attorney A. II. Hudspeth was down from White Oaks Monday night. Sheriff Stevens left for Las Vegas Suuduy, on official busi ness. J. B. Humphrey has taken a situation in the car repairing de partment. L. J. Mundell, a ranger on the Gallinas forest reserve, was in Garrizozo Monday. 13. D. Humphries is now sta tionery engineer at the shops, vice Stanley Holder, resigned. Sergeant Dudley of the mounted police stopped off a few hours here Thursday. Night foreman Sharpc, of the roundhouse, is laid up with a slight touch of pneumonia. W. K. Bcaty came up fioin Os euro Sunday morning ami re turned the same evening. W. G. Wells, an old friend of ilie Nitw.s, who lives at Parsons, was...

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. — 28 January 1910

CARRIZOZO NEWS 0AKIUZ0ZO NEW MEXICO USE RATS IN WARFARE Animal Pests Were at One Time Em ployed to Dettroy Powder Mag azlnet. Tho presences of cnta on tho French war ofllco staff, wrltcn a corrcspon dent, might liavo led to trnublo In tho old days, when It Ih Quito posHlblo that n detachment of rnta formed port of tho army. An old military dictionary tolls tin that rats were sometimes used In war for tho pur poso of firing powdor magazines by means or lighted matches tied to their tails, Wo cannot offhand recall any historical Instanco of this, but pre sumably It did occur, seeing that Mar shal Vaubnn laid down special rules for counteracting It. Anyhow, tho dodgo Is as old as Samson, who, you may recall, used foxes In n similar way for n somewhat similar purpose As to that royal rat catcher, wo may add that ho had a special olllcial livery. According to Pennant's "Brit ish Zoology," It consisted of a scarlet costume, embroidered with yellow worsted, In which wcro figures of mice de...

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. — 28 January 1910

VEGETABLES NOW IN SEASON New and Old Ways of Preparing the Ordinary Accompaniment! of the Staple Meatt. Creamed CnbbnRo. Ono smnll head cabbngo chopped coarsely nnd boiled 10 mlnutca In boiling united water without covering; drnln. Mix two levol tablcspoonfula of flour with tlio anroo nmount of butter and add to ono-half lnt of tho liquid from cnbbngo, ono cupful scalded milk, ono-half teaspoon ful unit; stir over flamo until rather thick. Plnco layer of cabbage, ono of Banco, until bako dish Is full, then placo In oven until nicely browned. May bo prepared tho day boforo want ed. Only takes n longer time to brown In tho oven whon ready. Bwcot Potatoes, Peel, boll In enough water to cover. Whon nearly dono pour off nil but a cupful of tho water nnd add ono good cup of sugnr. Cook about 10 or IS minutes longor. Then tako out potatoes, put In a pan with n toblcspoonrul of butter, add Just n llttlo vnnllln to the sirup and pour over tho potatoes. Put In oven and brown. Borvo hot. Potat...

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. — 28 January 1910

The Gridiron Club. The Gridiron Club, composed jf Washington newspaper men, had their annual meeting this month, at which many of the leading officials of the capital were guests. Many good things, uncut the political situation, were sprung; but the most laughable, perhaps, were the orders given the Nome waiter, who would transmit the orders to the chef in the inimitable style of this celebrated club, Here is a sam ple of the orders: 'Hash with red peppers and tabasco sauce," Was demanded for President Taft. "Chef, one order of Koose volt's policies," shouted the man from Nome. "Speaker Cannon says he wants lOiiietliing to remind him of Vic tor Murdock." "Chef, one headed duck and let the blood drip." "Secretary Knox wants a large hot bird." "One Crane, and let 'er sizzle." In came the chef, standing not on the order of his coming. He cried, "Boss, there's a waiter won't stand for calling hash Roosevelt's policies.' " "Get the frog-eater's name and fire him," advised the boss. "Name...

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 February 1910

'war A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 10 CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FEHRUARY 4, I'JlO. NUMHER 52 Still Another Injunction. The following cumiuunicutinn f ro'tn Lincoln repeats an old thread-bare story, with a slight modification: "This morning, the 31st of January, the sheriff served on the Clerk of the lJourd of County Commissioners a summons and Centut Examination. Postmaster Keily will conduct an examination at the school house tomorrow (.Saturday) nt two o'clock. The examination is authorized by the supervisor of the census, for the purpose! of selecting district census enumer ators. AH who have received complaint for a writ of injunc-! the proper blanks for this cxam- tion restraining the Hoard from issuing bonds in any sum. The complaint recites in substance that the election was procured by fraudulent means; that the orig inal cost of court house nud jail was more than $!0,000.00 to the county; that no $40,000.00 de posit was made; that...

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 February 1910

You can't blamo tho man who has got his winter's coal In for feeling Just n little better than tho rest of tho neighborhood. City Items in Terse Form OAKRIZOZO NEW MEXICO CARRIZOZO NEWS "Whimsical weathar" suits it well sruJugh. Alishlr aro almost as brittle ai iingttbroad. The most popular book In tho home at the worklngman Is bis bankbook. Surely the professor had a bad car for musla who klllod himself, bocauso tho baby cried. Now York society makes a bottr appearance at tho horse show than In the dlvorco court. Tho Indians novcr Invented any thing flnor than , tho Indian summer that bears their name, ' The auto Is said to promoto appoodt cltls, but this will not dotor thoso who can scrapo up tho prlco. If In 1,000 years from now It will be possible to llvo 120 years It Is to be hoped that It will bo worth while. Virtue does not consist In doing right, but in choosing to do right This Is tho great distinction between tho animal and man. n Metropolitan News of Interest to All Reade...

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 February 1910

HEART 0 F BURGLAR I OUGHED BY CHILD LEAVES HOUSE EMPTY HANDED TO AVOID WAKINQ FOUR YEAR-OLD QIRL. HAD THREATENED TO KILL Llttem (o Mother's Plea and Agree to Depart If She Will "Be Square" and Not Follow or Cnll Pollen. Chicago. Tho mention of a llttlo brownoyed Rlrl who was oBloop, tho mother's appeal not to uwnkon mid frighten tho child, Roftoncd tho heart of n masked mid tinned burglar who hud Invaded tho huiun of Alolpli Ilu bor, C020 Nowgtird nvonuo, lingers Park. Although ho had compelled Mr. and Mrs. liubor nt tho point ot a revolver to toll where ho could ob tain $S, tho man departed without taking tho money. Llttlo Mario llubcr, I years old, lay sleeping In n dark room off tho kit- The Burglar Prowled About the Room. chen and her parents wcro asleep In another apartment. Tho burglar forced open a window In tho Unit lloor and crawled Into the cldld's room. Tho burglar prowled about tho room for a time, but did nut boo tho llttlo girl tucked In bed, mid ho pro cucded Into tho...

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 February 1910

'...'""' " ' ' I - - l ' i ' ' ' " 1 1 1 " "" "' 11 """ 111 11 ' i" ii i ' inr F'- ., v msy THE CARRIZOZO NEWS i'ulllliedterj Friday at Cahkizozo Nkw Mkxico. Entered n aecond oliuw mnttor June 12, llW.nl tlM txwliilllrn ntt'nrrltoio, New Maxlcu, under HUllHCIlll-nON UATKHt a no nar 11.60 iix Month . 11.00 ISO. A. IIAM'.V. . . Kdilor. AGAIN COUNCIL BILL NO. 86. A (rrcat deal was said last sum mcr, during the county scat cam paign, concerning the legality of Council Bill No. 86, said bill be ing the sole authority for the calling and holding an election for the removal of the county seat from Lincoln to Currizozo. The opponents of removal declared that the bill was inoperative be cause it failed to show the signa tures of the officers of the coun cil and house. These declara tions were made regardless of the fact that the Secretary of the Territory, Hon. Nathan Jaffa, furnished a certified copy of the law and which was afterwards published in the session laws. The contention of those ...

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 February 1910

3WbIIL-a Good Roads Anocialion Meeting. Sunday afternoon, Jan. 23rd,, iyiO,,tlicrc met at thecourtuousc in Lincoln, at 3:00 o'clock j. in., twenty-live citizens from Lincoln. Picacho, Hondo, and Angus, for the purpose of holding a prclitni uarv nice tin ir to form a Good Roads Association for Lincoln Co. J. W, Laws was elected chairman temporary; Clifford Ilullicrt was elected secretary', and John M. Pen Held was elected treasurer. After several short talks as to the necessity of sucli an organization for the further ance of good roads of the entire county it was moved and second ed that the chair appoint a com mittee of three in each precinct, the members suggesting leading citizens in each precinct, as be ing good men for such an ap pointment and instruct them to hold meetings in their precincts for the purpose of arousing inter est in the cood roads movement in their localitv. The following committees were appointed: I'reelnel l-W.O. Norman, W. V. IIIkyIiih and ll)fl lluluert. Pr...

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 February 1910

i r The Statehood Bill. t Ttie above title is n little mis leading, for the reason that pne hill was introduced and passed in the House, which was turned down hy the Senate, anil a new one substituted. So it might have with propriety been headed 'Statehood Hills." At any rate, two bills have already been intro duced, having for their avowed purpose the admission of New Mexico and Arizona, and before the session concludes the number may be increased. The new, or Senate bill, is not as favorable to the territories as was the House bill, ant' whether It will be improved by amend ments or allowed to die the usual deatli of statehood bills is only :i matter of conjecture. What ever the result, it docs not por tend immediate statehood. And, as a matter of fact, we are not prepared to say that the people of New Mexico want statehood on any old terms. The con ditions could be made so unpleas ant that the people might prefer a territorial form of government than to accept statehood. The meas...

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 February 1910

Welch 5c Titsworth Stetson Hats Boots and Shoes Clothing, Groceries, Etc,, Etc. Wholesale and Retail GENERAL MERCHANDISE Dry Goods 1 i Farm Seeds Farming Implements Farm Wagons Iron Roofing Chicken Netting WELCH & TITSWORTH. C A PIT AN. Ira O. Wctmorc was up from Monterey tills week. Don't forget the spelling bee at the school house tonight. Attorney Geo. B. 13urbcr came over on Monday's Capltau train from Lincoln. John W. Owen passed through Sunday on his return to Lincoln from the upper country. Hon. W. A. Hawkins, general counsel for the El Paso & South western, was up from El Paso Monday. If you arc a speller, go to the spelling bee tonight; if you arc liot, go anyhow, and hear those who are. Corona reports a good snow the past two days, which will be of great help to stockmen of that suction. A. T. Roberts returned tho first of tlic weok from the northern cud of the county, where he had been purchasing cattle. Vincent Real's new building, v?liioh he is erecting for an o...

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. — 4 February 1910

fiffjy s?" &Ae HOME DEPARTMENT FOR HOT WATER JUG ACCEPTABLE DE8IQN FOH C08Y. SUITABLE To Be Worked In Berlin Wool Model Qlven Is Intended to Be Turned Out In Five Shades ol Crimson. This pretty nod useful cosy mny bo Worked In any colored doublo Dorlln wool, and for a Jug holding two pints, about flvo ounces would bo required and a llttlo green slnglo Herlln far the leaves. A bona hook No. 10. Our model Is In flvo shados of crim son, ono ounco of each shado, but a larger or smallor cosy may readily bo worked from theso directions. With tliu darkest shado work a chain which, when Joined round, will pass easily over tlio Jug. Work a doublo trcblo Into tlio first chain stitch, do not coraplato tho stitch, but Icavo tho top loop on the hook; repeat Into each of tho next threo stitches (flvo loops on hook), j . -- ono chain, n doublo crnchot In the front thread of each stitch of provlous row (four doublo crochets), turn -with ono chain and repeat (flvo doublo crochets), but work two ...

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. — 4 February 1910

AN EXCELLENT REMEDY. Will Break Up a Cold In Twenty-Four Hour and Cure Any Cough That It Curable. Tho following mlxturo Is ofton pro ncrlbcd nnd Is highly rocoinmcndcd for coughs, colds nnd other throat nnd bronchial trouble. Mix two ounces of aiyccrlno, n lmlf-ounco of Virgin Oil of Pino compound puro, nnd olght ounces of puro Whisky. Thoso cnn bo bought In nny good drug Btoro nnd eas ily mixed together In n lnrgo bottlo. Tho gcnulno Virgin Oil of 1'lno com pound puro is prcpnrcd only In tho laboratories of tho I.ench Cliomlcnl Co., Cincinnati, nnd put up for dis pensing in half-ounco vials. GOOD PART OF IT. .Mr I I mmf isssssssssssssssssssss 'n I First Actorlnc Ilcon on tho rend all sonson, dcnrlc? Second Ditto Almost. I wollcod from San Francisco. Btati or Omn Cm r.r Tntxno. I Lucas uit'.xtr. f " Frank 1. Ciitsir tntkn oath that he U acnlof partntr of th flrtn ot r. i, i iirjitt A Co., doing biulntM in Ih. Vr of Ti.ImIo, Cuwitr and mata aforiiald, nnd that mU nrm will pay lb um o...

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. — 4 February 1910

OBITUARY. It is with deep regret that the writer announces through the Nitws the death of another of the few remaining sons of the old time South, of one more of those veterans who, in the spring-time of life, gave freely of his services to the cause of the Southland; but who, though permitted to survive the fierce conflict by many years, has at last, like the major ity of his brother soldiers, "cross ed over the river to rest under the shade of the trees." George Stuart, the subject of this sketch, was born in 1837 in Cocke county, Tcnn,, where he spent the major portion of his life engaged in farming. At the outbreak of hostilities between the states he enlisted in the 26th Tennessee, and served four years, part of the time as captain. Mr. Stuart preserved many memories of those bygone times, and though he enjoyed rehearsing them to the young, his talks were always free of any spirit of vain-glory or any feeling of bitterness towards the victors in the conflict. A rare generosity ...

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. — 4 February 1910

An Organized Epidemic By MARTHA McCULLOCH-WILLIAMS (Copyright, by Aaaoclated Literary i'reas.) Minerva's namo was one of Fate's subtlest Ironies tlio girl was 10 far, bo very far, from wlio. Indeed, shit knaw no moro than to bo sweet and bldablo to crabbed task-tnlstrossos. Ther wero tbo Orlmloy slaters who had taken hor, as they said dally, out of charity, and to whom sbo served for bands, foot and oyes, Hlio was ratod sharply If she talked back, which was Roldom, slnco sbo had rath er a talent for sllonco than for spooch. The sisters wcro not consciously un kind It wns Just that thoy bad fallon Into tho way of frottlng at everything, Llfo had dofrauded them of tbo nat ural outlots husbands and children. Therefore, thoy made the most of such small worries as remained to maiden gontlowomen. Mlnorvn enmo to thorn whon sho wns ten. For tho next eight years her appetite and her trick of breaking things, especially thoso sho was han dling with utmost raro, had served as vital grievances...

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. — 4 February 1910

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS PublUhed every Friday at Cakrizozo Nitw Mkxico. Kntornd a uneoml claa mnllsr .In no 12, ICM.nl tlxi tHMtoHIrn atCnrrlxoxo, New Mexico, tinder t lis Act of March 3, 187V. BUimUlllITION h.VTKSl Dae Year 11.80 ilz Month .11.00 I NO, A IIAI.KY, . . K.illtor. Republican! Oppot Statehood. The lenders of the republican party nrc pitted one against tlic other, ntid the one thing that has brought the fight to the sur face, so that it might be viewed by the public, is the statehood proposition. The chairman of the republican central committee, II. O. liursuni, considers the sit uation so serious that he has called a meeting of his committee to consider the matter. The meeting is scheduled for the 15th. The call is rather mild, but when all things nrc considered and a slight reading between the lines is practiced, the full situa tion bursts upon the reader. The purpose of the meeting is to counteract some of the provisions of the statehood bill, which, if allowed to remain i...

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. — 11 February 1910

A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME ijt. CARRI7.0ZO. LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FEBRUARY 11, ')i0. NUMBER V Jee. Tfee Spelling A largclcrosvuVathcred nt the . - f . . ... sohoolhotuc list Fiiday night, the occasionbciug an old-fash-ionctl spelling bee. The propo sitinn wiib for the school to spell against the town. The school Old Citizen Loses Arm. The Roswcll Register-Tribune has the following' to say concern inyf an accident to one of our prominent citizens who lives at Picachn: "Uncle Johnnie Burns, one of dhildreti lined up against one jthc best knuwn cattlemen in this side of the wall and the towns- section nf the eninitrv. is now nt St. Mary's Hospital in thisfecily, and his left arm was amputated people on the other. The battle royal began; and Johnson, Webster, and Worces ter were not in it with the char acter ol orthography that was dealt out on that occasion. The county school superintendent went down on the third word and has been ' dreaming" eve...

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. — 11 February 1910

15 Finds Ono Thing His Millions Can't Purchase. Wants tho Famous Reggla Castle at Mantua, But the Italian Govern ment Refuses 1-1 Is Offer of $5,000,000. Now York. J. Plcrpont Morgan, rmilll-mllllonnlro bnnkor can buy In nurnnco companies It lio wnnta them, but ho tins found ono thing on tho globo that his great fortuno will not bring to lilni. Morgan's greatest nrtlRtto yearning was to buy tho Hoggin at Mantun, formerly known na tho Corto Kcalc, ono of tho most famous royal resi dences In Europe. Mr. Morgan offered $5,000,000 for this magnificent and nnclont structurn, It Is reported a fabulous fortuno In Italy. Hut tho Italian government holds that tho Ileggln Is ono of tho kingdom's monuments and relics and so It wns linposslblo to nccopt tho American's off or. Of course this hugo work of art could not bo takon out of tho country, but Its salo would hnvo violated In n senso tho law which for bids mo salo of antiquities to forolgn ors. Tho Ilcggla, which dates from 1302, contains ...

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. — 11 February 1910

LINCOLN LOCALS. A. IS. Komcro, of Los Angeles, came in a few days ago on a visit with liis aged mother, Mrs. Cas iniira Perca. Henry Com, of Tinnic, was in Lincoln on business last week. A snow storm came upon Liu coin unexpected last week and lasted two days. Allison Stevens, the first horn of our sheriff, has now fully re covered from his recent spoil of pneumonia and his smiling face is again seen on the streets. Scipio Salazar left for Carri zozo on account of the illness of his little granddaughter, Dora Anderson. J. J, Aragon, who is member of the Hoard of Regents of the Territorial Blind Asylum, left Monday for Alamogordo, to at tend a meeting of said board. The clipping from the New Mexican, published in this issue, on the apportionment of dele gates to the proposed constitu tion convention, is a gem of the purest ray serene. The argu ment of the New Mexican is that the people of eastern and south eastern New Mexico have too much intelligence to be permitted to incorporate t...

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. — 11 February 1910

; 'ABSTRACT OF COUNTY RECORDS. !plirnllil liy American TIllii.VTriml Co. I.lnooln. N. M. I'ATUNTS. United Status to Nicholas Per tillft, SI04, sec. 12, twp. 8, S. rye. 1$ 15. DUItDS. Wayne Vim Schoyck. trustee fif Taliaferro M. and T. Co., to iOxdlinuge Hank of Carrizozo, lot 4, til blk. 33. White Galls, consid eration Sl.riOO.ul). 10. J. Miller and wiO to Joseph J. Jaffa, 37U acres in twp 'J, S. rLfd. 1T IC, on the l'io Houito, aousideratiou 510,000.00. Nicholas l'eralta anil wife to Welch & Titsworth, Inc., SK4, ofsoc. 12. twp. 8, S. rye, 13 12., consideration $450.00. Joe Salome and wife to J. J. and Manuel A rayon, house and lot in town of Lincoln, consider ation $545.00. JtAKKlAOIt MCKKRItS. Alfredo (riimbo, l'J, and Mar yucrita Torres, 15, both of Lin coln. I.AHOH l.HOOl'S. Quesoniino Kodsv l'JO'J assess- mout work on Mohawk 1, 2 and 3, Honito Miuiny District. & NOTICE. jNftice is hereby jjivcii that I vi'ill not be responsible for any dgljl or debts whatsoever contrac...

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