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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 11 March 1910

i 9 A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 11. CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, MARCH 11, I'JlO. NUMBER 5 Mrs. Paden's Funeral. A large crowd from Carrizozo drove to White Oaks last Friday to attend the funeral of Mrs. M. G. Padcn, and practically the en tire population of her old home town went to the home to view the remains and to pay their last sad respects to the memory of the de parted. The room in which the casket rested was banked with flowers, wreaths festooning every avail able space. F. J. Sagcr, follow ing a prayer by Rev. J. South worth, delivered the funeral ad dress and conducted the services. A choir from this place and also one from White Oaks, rendered some beautiful and touching' songs. The pall bearers were: John Y. Hewitt, Paul Mayer, John II. Canning, A. C. Wing field, C. D. Mayer, and Charles Spcnce. A long procession followed the corpse to the cemetery and the casket was lowered into its final resting place and a wealth of beautifu...

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 March 1910

CARRIZOZO NEWS CJUUUZOZO NBW MEXICO Oct ready for a spring real estate boom. 1b (boro rcnlly lucb a thine as "slip pery wenthor?" ' Thuggery has becoroo a hazardous occupation In Chicago. Tho Inventor of tho pay-as-you-onter car could not havo been a smokor. Undo Bain's wnrshlpa do no honor .to tho navy when they spend nil night on shoals nr mud bnnks. Tbnt January thaw did not 'tho nens to n. molting mood, contlnuo just as high as ovor. bring Eggs Tho best proof of high or low prices is found by tho nverago man In his cash balanco at tho month's ond. Tho man who Invented that phnn torn airship Is a genius clthor for In venting or for weaving fairy talcs. If Hnlley's comet must strike- tho earth somowhero, wo hopo It will show a sonso of discrimination and land In Nicaragua. A wholo vlllago In Italy Is sliding down the hill on which it was butlt. Tho coasting must bo unusually flno In that locality. Gossip of Washington What Is Golnil On at the National Capital. Oh My! Women Must Te...

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 March 1910

SOME FAMUUS ENGLISH TARTS Ideat from Acron the Water That Are Worth Copying by Ameri can Housewives. Pantry In English nuaumcB vnrlout forms j but thu ono proonilnontly fn rored Is tlio tort with top crust only. This Is linked In n tlcop ovnl nuddlnu illsh, In tlio cotitor of which Is placed n small Inverted cup to support tlio crust Tlio edgo of tlio dish having been previously covered with n strip of pastry nnd molstoncd ,tho top Is then firmly pressed down upon It. Next In favor Is tlio tartlet. Patty pans, llchtly Rrcascd, nro lined with pastu, and a plcco of hutto-cd paper filled with raw rlco, kopt for this pur pose. Is plncod In each tartlet, to pro. vent the ccntor puffing up. Tlio paper and rlco nro replaced by fruit when the pastry Is partially or rjulto dono. Open tarts, much lareor, nro madn In tlio same innnnor. Cream Paste. Crcnm pnsto Is much In voguo for special occasions. Tho Ingredients railed for nro ono pound of flour, ono-hnlf teaspoonfiil Rait, ono tcnspoonful ...

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 March 1910

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS fabllaucd every Friday at CAKRIZOZO Nkw Mkxico. Entered ni eecond oImm matter Jnne IS, IWK.at lit imstottlra at Carritnao, New Mexico, nncler the Act of March 3, 1879. BUIWCUUTIUN hATrWt 'Jue ear, 11,50 lis Hostile 11.00 r NO. A. IIA1.KY, Killlor. The senate recently passed an appropriation of $25,000 for a fish hatchery for New Mexico. The site for the hatchery is' to be selected by the Secretary of Com merce and Labor. At the rate the waters of the streams of New Mexico is being monopolized by individuals and corporations, there will not be enough water left for a fish to navigate in. Tree PiWwf Tine. Arbor day, the day set aside by proclamation for planting shade trees, is approaching, and everyone in Carrizozo who owns a home should make it a point to set out a number of young trees around their residences, One day out of 305 devoted to beautifying the home is a small space of time and could not be spent to better advantage. Trees in full leaf arc pleasing to ...

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. — 11 March 1910

LINCOLN LOCALS. Isidore McKinley and Tcodoro Chaves, of Capitati, spent last Saturday here on business at the Clerk's office. Fount A. Miller, an old time citizen of Lincoln county, came in last Saturday to shake hands with his old friends and incident ally transact some business at the Clerk's office. A dance was given last Satur day night by Mrs. C, A. Stevens at the Stevens' home, for the ben efit of all 'children, large and small, at which the well known Stevens phonograph furnished the music. AH participants had a glorious time. Mountain climbing has become popular in Lincoln. Last Sun day two parties made a success ful attempt to climb the highest peaks surrounding the town, and were amply rewarded for their efforts after reaching their goal, for the view of the IJouito valley from said point is well worth the attempt. This story is not Cooked." for your correspondent can vouch for its truthfulness, being one of the parly himself. The financial committee of the Lincoln County ...

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. — 11 March 1910

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MEET. An Important Session. COURTHOUSE AND JAIL CONTRACT LET. The Board of County Commis sioners, of Lincoln county, Terri tory of New Mexico, met in Car rizozo, in said county, on Monday the 7th day of March, 1910, at 11 o'clock, a. m., pursuant to ad journment. There were present Commis sioners R. II. Taylor and C. W. Wingfield, and Shariff Stevens, Probate Clerk J. G. Rigglc being absent. In the absence of Probate Clerk J. G. Rigglc, and no dep uty having appeared when meet ing of board convened, Geo. W. Hall was appointed Clerk pro tern, and duly sworn in to act as such clerk. The following bids were regu larly and formally opened for the construction of court houtc and jail for Lincoln county: HID J. C. WORTHINGTON, KL PASO. (.1.) For court house as speci fied with native stone trimmings, native stone corner finish, for the sum of twenty-nine thousand dol lars ($29,000.00.) (2.) For the courthouse as specified with concrete trimmings and rock-faced brick co...

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. — 11 March 1910

Jjiaiiv.ll lailliurlil, Willi lilt at v. nun line between sections 5 and 8, Place of meeting to be at the southeast comer of section 1, township 8, range 12 east, Lin coln county, New Mexico. Time of meeting of viewers to be March 21, 1910, at 10:00 o'clock a. m. Walter C. Miller to post notices as provided by law. Meeting adjourned to 1:00 o'clock p. in., March 8th, 1910. Board of County Commission crs of Lincoln county, New Mex ico, met pursuant to adjournment, at Carrizozo, New Mexico, at 1:00 o'clock p. in., March 8th, 1910. R. II. Taylor, C. W. Wiugficld, commissioners, Geo. W. Hall, clerk pro tern, and Leo Oswald, deputy sheriff, being present. After due consideration of the various bids offered for the con struction of the courthouse and jail at Carrizozo, Lincoln county, New Mexico, the bid of I3cn Bcchtcl, of Clovis, New Mexico, was by Board considered the low est and 1 eit bid offered, and was accepted, and the following con tract was entered into between the Board and sai...

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. — 11 March 1910

The Ole Woman Writes Again. "Well sail, Mistah Haley, yo' nuts' be plum disgusted wid dat las' letter I tuk an' written yo but I isn't and dc trufc ob dc mat tali is, yo' couldn' hardly cxtsl creat'c ccp'n I written yo' once in a while. It am de awfullcs' funnies' thing 'bout dis counter scat fight I mos' cber seed an' dis ole atub pen ob mine almos' lafs out when I jes thinks 'bout dc funny attics ob dc opposition at times. Not long cr go dcy telcrgrafed to all main offices and side sta- stations down dis way dat Carry Saucy had plum los' out'n dc fight an' dat poo' ole Lincoln was in dc swim up to her paunch, an' dat dcy antisipatcd dc mos' san geen hopes ob dc removraent ob 'bout two ob dc contcr commis- sionarics fo'thwith an' imcdiat cf not promptly. I tol' Sam dat dcy might, wid good strong han' spikes, shove one ob dem crbout, but dat I sho know'd dcy would hav' ter heave an' set an' put all dc muHc'lar dcy had ter budge dat Mistah Wing feel, for he is mos' too corp'lus ter b...

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. — 11 March 1910

" --i-'y-if"-- , Welch & Titsworth Stetson Hats Boots and Shoes Dry Goods Clothing,' Groceries, Etc., Etc. SEED Wholesale and Retail SEED OATS GENERAL MERCHANDISE BARLEY Farm Seeds Farming Implements Farm Wagons Iron Roofing Chicken Netting Onion Sets Garden Seeds WELCH & TITSWORTH C A PI TAN. IVJ Tom Moore, the Nogal mer chant, was down Monday. Julian Taylor is confined to his room this week with an attack of measles. Mrs. John Adams returned this week from a ten days' visit with relatives in Estaucia. Chas. Stevens spent several days in Carrizozo last week, re turning' to Lincoln Monday. Mrs. Arthur Rogers is over from Fort Stanton this week, visiting her sister, Mrs, J. 13. Baird. II. E. Keller was down from the Mesa Monday and Tuesday to receive a consignment of farm ing implements, Will Owen has bought the W. R. Dcaty interest in the Uscuro saloon and has taken full charge, Beaty has gone to Arizona, Frank Gray and Joe D. Adams opened a meat market this week. If keeping...

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. — 11 March 1910

m E TYPE OF Rev. Watson Dana Never Tipped Hat to a Woman. Arehbold'i Couiln Never Touched Liquor, Tobacco, and Hat Not Seen a Theatrical Perform ance, Though 70 Yeara Old. Knnsns City, Mo. Hov. Wntson Dana, cousin of tho Into Charles A. Drub, tho famous editor of tho Now York Sun, nnd of John D. Archbold, rrlHUNt FOR AMERICAN GIRL Rev. Watton Dana. Ibo Standard Oil multl-mllllonalrc, vrho vUltcd In this city ut tho homo of his son, 1210 Tracy avenuo recent ly, although moro than 70 yeara old, litis novcr raised hjs hat to a woman, und declares ho never will. "No man linn greater respect for womankind thnn I," snld Hov. Mr. Dnun, "hut for a ninti to rnlso his lint to her Is an net at sacrilege Tho Blhlo tenches us to uncover on enter ing tho tcmpln of tho moHt high, nnd this mnrk of respect I rcscrvo for my God." Mr. Dana has never touched liquor, novcr chewed tobacco, smoked or gambled, line nover told a Ho ntid has preached tho Oospol for GO years. Ho bns novcr entered n theater or...

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. — 11 March 1910

The Lost Laird and His Dog By C. ELLIS iCiipyilKlili-d ly Hliurt Ill n wild, mountainous district of ArgylcRlilrc, nut (nr from tlio lieiid of loch Fyno, was sltunled tliu sheep farm where on many occnslons 1 hail been a welcome guest. Tlio farm hotiso was pleasantly located at tlio foot or a long kIcii and sheltered by soma flno old fir trees from tlio blasts which In winter swept down tho val ley. It was n flno winter day when I and b friend nrrlvcd at Iocli anil-head, whero our host, or, as ha was cnllcd, tho laird, had appointed to meet us, and wo received n right hcorly wel como on landing from tho stenmor. Ho had with 111 .V, his favnrlto collie, Cae sar, which 1 hod known as n puppy, but whatever claim ho linil to beauty In his youth had vanished. Ho hnd then a line, glossy coat of black and wlilto, his faro was well marked nnd a bushy tall Iuuik "o'er his hurdles," Now, alusl that appoudiiRu was sadly Imperfect, his ears woro "ribboned," bis faco scarred In many places and h...

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. — 11 March 1910

NEW LAW AFFECTS ALL HOMESTEADERS No Conleit Bated or Abandonment Can Be Filed For Nine Mental. Tlic provisions of passed by Conirrcs3 on the 1 a w January 28th last, and which affected in an important way all homestead crs in New Mexico, have been made public and arc as follows: (a) All homestead cntrymcn or settlers arc granted a leave of absence for three months begin ning January 28, 1910. (I)) All homestead cntrymcn who made application to enter after June 1, 1909, arc allowed until May 15, 1910, to establish residence on their claims. (c) All declarants who made soldicc's declaratory statements after June 1, 1909, arc given until May 15, 1910, in which to make homestead application and cstab lish residence on the land. (d) It is especially provided that the law will not be held to defeat the adverse claim of any one making entry over a soldier's dcclatory statement, who prior to January 28, 1910, had established a bona fide residence on the land entered, (c) It is also especial...

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. — 18 March 1910

J1 1 A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 11. CAKKIKOKO. LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, MAKC1I 18, 1)10. NUM11KK 6 BASEBALL ENTHUSIASTS HOLD A MEETING. Will Give Big Dance "April Fool's" Night at the New Hall. In the spring the bull fun's fnncy lightly turns to thoughts of bats, hall's, mitts, etc. The opera house, the tickets for which arc now on sale at the Carrizozo Eating House and also by some of the boys. So "dig" to the ex tent of one dollar and help to make the undertaking a success. The fact that you don't dance docs not bar you from buying a ticket. towns north, south and cast have Min 0uook , whlle Qak filrcady gotten busy and have ar- , ranged ball teams. Last Mondavi , Jll Woocllaml returned night a meeting of those inter ested in the national game as sembled in the railroad company's olub rooms and started the ball rolling by organizing a team, clcotiuir olticers, etc. unite a Good, from the White Oaks mining district Tuesday, where he has oeen for...

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. — 18 March 1910

CARRIZOZO NEWS THE SHADOW OF DEATH CA1UUZOZO NEW MEXICO MORt SPUNK NEEDED. Wo need horo In tho United States a llttlo moro of that good old English bluntncsB on tho part ot modest mon and womon who know tholr own worth, when men and women of tho arrogant sort got in tho way or try to ho pat ronizing, says Now York Indopondont. Our obsorvntlon Is that nowhoro In tho wor!d aro mon and women of ox coptlonal Intellectual attainments so tacking In sclf-assortlon as thoy aro In tho Unltod Stntos. This phenomenon Is n comparatively now ono In Amor lean llfo. Whorovor ono opens tho documents of American history boforo tho civil war ho Is suro to dlscovor In- Secretary Dickinson Is a Merry Wag WASHINGTON. Do tho onorous du ties of tho Job of secretary of war put cobwebs on tho brnln of Jacob M. Dickinson of Tonnossco and CM cngo? Thoy do not. chorus nil Ilia torostlng Incidents proving tho sonso members of tho Tcnnessoo society of of dignity and real self-respect of tho American farmer, mech...

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. — 18 March 1910

AROUND THE HOUSE CHAT ABOUT MATTERS OF MINOR IMPORTANCE. Beit Trimming for Child's Skirt Good Combination Coat Hanger Excellent Recipe for Scalloped Apple Pudding. Tho only trimming used on a child's skirt Is n row of feather stitching with heavy embroidery silk at tho top of tho hem or tucks. Tho waist Is usually tnado In thrco pieces with only sldo and shoulder scams nnd gathers at tho center, back and front, nnd also at tho top and bottom, or It mny linvo n pointed or round yoke set on and finished with a circular bertha edged with feather stitching, velvet ribbon, or narrow laco applique Tho collar band, mado of tho material, should bo an Inch nnd n qunrtcr wldo when finished. Tho belt Is usually of tho samo material ns tho dress, Is fit ted to tho child loosely, and sowed on with or without n cord, as ono pre fers. It should bo an Inch nnd n half wide when finished. Deep Hems n Saving. Deep hemsnro recommended as being convenient for tho making over that comes In most cases. Th...

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. — 18 March 1910

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS iullllidfrr PrliUjr at Cakkizozo Nww Mkxico. Itntornil immmhiiiiigIiim mutter Julio 12, lWH.nt Ihi x"(illlc Rl CnrrUiniii Now Jloxlcu. under tlio Act nf Mnrclill, IM. BUIMOMlTlONhATKHt 'J no Ynr, itx Montlit I.f0 11.00 I NO, A. IIAI.KY, Ktlllor. Whisky" or "no whisky" will tic iho groat question to be settled by the people of Roswell tit the spring nlcclion. Both sides arc lined up for a battle royal nt the polls. When it comes to putting the saddle on the wrong horse, the republican party of New Mexico is there with the goods. They now say that if congress fails to pass an enabling act at this ses sion it will be because the demo cratic party sent u committee to Washington to ask that the ap portionment of delegates to the constitutional convention be based on actual population, and that the people be allowed to adopt a constitution without outside interference. Rounding 'cm Up. Eugcuio Uurcia, charged with disposing of mortgaged property, iiau a hearing in the j...

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. — 18 March 1910

LINCOLN LOCALS. ttorncy A. II. Hudspeth, of litU Oaks, was here hist week ending probate court in the in 'est of the estate of Kichunl J. .xrnhy. Mis Worthington, the teacher I charge of the Hondo school, nd Mrs. T. II. Kirkland, also of oudo, were pleasant callers at incolu during the last week. A snow storm visited Lincoln r two days during the p.ist eck, and the moisture, although tile, was very much appreciated j our stockmen. More please. Attorney George II. Barber ft for iil Paso Thursday, on niuoss, and expects to return imc time this week. abstract" jf countyrecords. 1'uniWio.l tiy American TItliiiVTrtiiil Co. Lincoln. N. M. I.A1IOK t'KOOI'H. Enterprise Placer Mining & Milling Co., assessment work, on Sinuock.Nogal and Wal nut elaitiis,Nugal mining district. W. H. Hrack, assessment work, DO'), Ibex mining claim, Nogal mining district. LOCATION NOTICES, J Matias Carabajal and Malias Scdillo, Mariposa Lode, Nogal mining district. l'KOIIATK MATTltKS Petition of Margaret Luc...

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. — 18 March 1910

St. Patrick'i Day. "Child Ireland's Day" was duly observed here yesterday by the "Wearing of the Green." The stores were gaily ducked in the soft color of the "Ould Sod," and Zicgler Bros, arid the Carrizozo Trading Co. particularly had a neat display of neckwear with an emerald hue. Besides these, they also had a lot of artificial shamrocks, made of silk, trimmed with gold, which they presented to their customers. It was green, nothing but the green, even the trees, stimulated by the mild weather, were doing their very best to show the green; and the cactus plants were rais ing their fuzzy heads above the somber prairie in honor of the occasion and to been rapport with the day. Nor was the wearing of the green confined to the Pat landers, for William Kahlcrworc a sprig of green, stating that it was merely an accident of birth that he first saw the light of day on the historic Rhine rather than on the banks of the placid Shan non. He asserts that his ances tors' names were Kelley, w...

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. — 18 March 1910

' Welch 6c Titsworth tctson Mats Boots and hoes Dry Goods Glothing, Groceries, Etc., Etc. SEED Wholesale and Retail SEED OATS GENERAL MERCHANDISE BARLEY Farm Seeds Farming Implements Farm Wagons Iron Roofing Chicken Netting Onion Sets Garden ceds WELCH & TITSWORTH. CAPITAN. St. Patrick's Day Reception. Mrs. John Hell's pretty home was the scene of u delightful re ception Thursday afternoon. The home was prettily anil appropri ately decorated with green streamers of crepe paper, and a bowl of fruit blossoms sent by Mrs. Wctmnre Irom Tularosa. From 2 until 5 the hostess, as sisted by the ladies of the Home Mission, were kept busy serving delicious cake and coiTcc to the steady stream of visitors each one of whom wore a bit of green, not a particle of orange being visible. A distinctive feature of the affair was the placing of the admission "ce in a tiny green sock attached to the invitation cards. The cards were printed in green, and coiilained the follow ing lines: 'i'lil ttockli...

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. — 18 March 1910

AN EXCELLENT REMEDY. Will Break Up a Cold In Twenty-Four Hour and Cure Any Cough That Is Curable. Tho following mlxturo la often pro scribed nnd 1b highly recommended for coughs, cotdH nnd other throat nnd bronchial trouble. Mix two ounces of Olycorlno, n hnlf-ounco of Virgin Oil of Pino compound puro, nnd eight minccn of puro Whisky. Tlicso can bo bought In nny Rood drug storo nnd eas ily mixed together in a largo bottlo. Tho genuine Virgin Oil of Pino cam pound puro Is prepared only In tho laboratories of tho Lcnch Chomlcnl Co., Cincinnati, nnd put up for ills. penBlne In hnlf-ounco vlnls. HEDGING. CHINA SHOULD BE POLISHED Visitor Yes, I think this painting of yours, "Tho Old Mill," is n wonderful painting; n great work of art! Artist Thnnk you, sir! Perhaps you might wish l buy 111 Visitor Why or or wolUyes! I'll glvo you three dollars for It If you'll throw in n nlco frame! LEG A MASS0F HUMOR "About soven years ago a small Abrasion npponrcd on my right leg just nbovo my ankle. I...

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