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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 8 April 1910

Cat 115030 IBewe. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. 'J VOLUME 11. CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY. NEW MEXICO, APRIL 8, 1910. NUMBER .3 Farming Near Carrizozo. Geo. Lee, one of Carrizozo's progressive farmers, whose place is about two miles cast of town, intends to solve the ques tion of farming on the Hats litis year, lie has two acres tic- voted to berries', and two toalfal number of years, and was known by almost everyone in the coun ty. To all appearance, ho. was in about per feu health, and his sudden death was a surprise to all who knew him, and the only deduction that can be made is that it was heart disease the fa, which he will irrigate from a I disease that carries off so many well, with the aid of a wind mill. If one well and mill will irrigate four acres, two will irrigate eight and so on, so he decided to sink a second one. At a depth of 22 feet he struck water, which raised three feet in the well, He plnccd a wind mill with a. three inch pump over the wel...

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. — 8 April 1910

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS I'utiltahciler7 Krlilar at Cakkizozo Nmw Mkxico. I'nlprwl na Miconil cIkm matter .lull" 12, llOl.nl I'm iHMtntllrn nt Cnrrlznui, Nnw Muxloo, under l ho Artnf Mnrchil. IS. HUHBCIlllTIUNhATlMi Uno Yr II. M) Mx Month . 11.00 I NO, A, IIAI.KY, I'.rtlliir. Indiana Republicans, The republicans of Indiana met tit is week, adopted resolutions and named candidates for minor Htsitc ofliccs. Indiana's action hud been awaited with more in terest than is usual;' for it is re garded as the home of the insur gents in the middle west, its only republican senator, Albert J. llcvcridge, having followed the sentiment of his party in his state in opposition to the Payne Aldrich tariff bill. The resolutions mildly endorsed the Taft administration, but hud so many strings to the endorse ment that the president is offend ed, and he has cut Indiana off of his visiting list. Senator Bever idgc was strongly endorsed and the members of the legislature urged to re-elect him. The Roose velt p...

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. — 8 April 1910

. J 1 TRIED REMEDY FOR THE GRIP. Counter Irritants. Ftiddy Woll, I supposo men nnd women both Imvo their troubled, Duddy Ych, niul I'vo noticed Hint tlio chief trouble of onu Ih generally tlio other. Children Who Are Sickly. Mother Hliuulil nerrr Im wltlinut a Imz of Hothrr Clrnjr'H Hwcrl Powder for Children. They lirrnk uprotil In SI hiurii,rur Krrerlah ttn, Conatlpiilliin, llrndnchr, Teething Din order nnd Htoinnrli Trouble. Orrr I0.0U0 teKtlmoiilnl. At nil DrutrKUN. lie. Aak lo ilnr. Hninpla mnlled HlKi:. Addrcaa, Allen B. Olinated. l.v Itoy, N Y. Bomo comelt-ry Jnnltors, union closely wntched, rnlso veKOtnblcs tn tlio rich Krnveynrd mold. AI.T.KN'fl T.tJNfl IIAIJUJr wtllcnronui miir a fn n ct.lil. Imt miont itmMitnlu irn nuiKli" I hat UMiullr liinmm fur tiiunih. (ill It irlulmiil innrlu north, xv. unami nui. Health may bo wonllh, hut that Isn't what mnkra tho doctorH rich. Do it Now Tomorrow A. M. too late. Take a CASCARET at bed time; get up in the morning feeling fine and dand...

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. — 8 April 1910

Mrs. Frank Sager, Hostess. The regular weekly meeting' of the Carrizozo Whist Club met nt the residence of Mrs. Frank Sa ger, on Wednesday afternoon, from 2:30 to 5:00 o'clock. Sever al of the regular members of the club were absent, some being on the sick list, others absent from the city. Notwithstanding this regrettable fact, guests made up the usual quota of players. A delicious three course luncheon was served, Misses Lorcua and Estha Sager assisting their moth er, who is always the ideal hostess. Fred Crosby, of Three Rivers, was in town Wednesday purchas ing supplies for his ranch. While here he stated he had just closed n deal with A. 13. Fall, in which he parted with a fortv-acrc strip of laud at MOO an acre, netting him $4,000. The land carries a ditch water right, which was, perhaps, the key that opened and closed the deal. J. L. Jones, justice of the peace at Corona, was down this week on his way to and from Lincoln. He came down Tuesday, but was called back home to hold...

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. — 8 April 1910

Jl- - - - m m- i " , 1! " ' " , , , OSCURO OOZINGS. Miles K. Dunn returned from AMmuuernuc Monday. Max Heuglcs of Polly, visited Oscuro Saturday. Mart Goodin drove down from Carrizozo Monday. Iletuy Newinati was a visitor from the Oscuro's last week. Lee li. Ohasc visited Oscuro Sunday, looking after his inter ests here. Contractor Corwin left for Monterey last week lo finish his work there. II. P. Edwards fell from his horae last week and severely fractured his left wrist. Frank JJeohtold has turned the management of the Oscuro hotel over to Louise Hcckmati. A. 15. Kttllor, night operator here, left for El Paso last week for a short vacation. C. Ucchtold and family, ac companied by Uobt. Hill, left Sunday for Union county, N. M., overland. J. P. Murray came in from the Mockinir Uird country last week, and reported much mining activ ity there. Ghas. Smith, one of uic most prominent cattlemen in Socorro county, left Ocuro for his ranch near Murray, N. M. George Choate is moving his w...

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. — 8 April 1910

CARRIZOZO NEWS CA.JUUZ0ZO NEW MEXICO USE8 OF A COLLEGE. Whatovcr critics may Bay to tho con trory, It novcr was nnil probably navor will bo tho purpose of tbo standard college to train young mon for busi ness, says Iloston Qlobo, Colleges do not oven train men far tho profes sions. Thcro are professional schools for that purpose, and In tho days when no such schools existed mcdlclno was taught In tho offices of physicians and law In the offlcos of lawyers, just an buslnoss was and still Is taught In places of buolnoss. Collogos wero not Instituted to niako physicians nor to mako lawyors. Nolthor woro they In Btltuted to train mon for business. Schools for special training havo mul tiplied rnpldly tho world ovor. Evon buslnoss schools are not lacking, al though tho busrncsr school which shall bo In fact a post-graduato ono to a reg ular academic courso baa not yot ar rived. Meanwhtlo the commercial col lego or business scnool Is doing excel lent work. Thoro Is no reason why It should...

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. — 8 April 1910

Welch & Titsworth Stetson Mats Boots and Shoes Dry Goods Clothing, Groceries, Etc., Etc. SEED Wholesale and Retail SEED OATS GENERAL MERCHANDISE BARLEY Farm Seeds t Farming Implements Farm Wagons Iron Roofing Chicken Netting Onion Sets Garden Seeds WELCH & TITSWORTH. CAPITAN. re. 1& Chirk Ilust, of Nogal, has tak en the agency for Hie Colorado Life Insurance Company. G. IJ. Grccr, of Parsons, was doing business here the past two days of this week. Snow anil rain fell in several counties north and ea-t of us last week, A few April showers would help out here at present. John II. Skinner of this place, returned this week from Anson, Tex., where he had been visiting u sister. Assessor R. A. Hurt was inter, viewing the taxpayers in (his pjecinei several days this week, lie will be around again the 25th inst. A young man named Walter Furr, of Childress, Texas, ar rived here this week. He will remain here all Rummer for the benefit of his health. ' Frank S. Hall was down from ...

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. — 8 April 1910

Home and Sunshine. In view of the fact that homo touches and lives in all hearts, grout care should he exercised in making it a cheery and sunny place. The plant "that lives in tltc shade is sickly and unsightly. The animal of darkness is rest less, troublesome and tierce; and what is there worse than a sickly, unsightly plant, or a wild, rave nous beast? Nothing hut the man whose home has been cold, stormy and cheerless, with sun shut out until everything above li 1 tu is black, every room a swamp, uvory picture a weeping willow; he is worse than a fuuctal pro cession with hearse and casket moving silently through the streets. These have a place and serve a purpose. But the mur muring, fault-finding man is the worst thing nature ever ordered or produced; never happy, never allowing others to be happy in his presence. lie carries a face us cheerless as a tombstone and us gloomy us heaven's arch in a thunderstorm minus the light ning. His presence is like a dis cordant organ ground b...

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. — 15 April 1910

4 v Cartt3030 Trtewe. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOfvUME It. CAKKIKOKC). LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, A PHIL 15, 1J10. NUMUKK 10 The Taking of the Census Commenced this Morning1. Tliis morning the census cuu tmjrators started on their rounds Of Inking the l'W) census. This Qounty is divided into nine dis tricts, with one enumerator for (inch district. Seventy thousand enumerators will he required to ttilte the census of the whole country. The cost will amount to $4,500,000, with nu additional Si, 000,000 for supervisors and alcrks. The enumerators will want to Know a good deal about you for the population volumes. They not only will insist upon know ing your sex, but will expect you to rovcul your age, and will ask you to tell whether you arc white, black, mulatto, Chinese, Japanese or Indian; whether you arc mar ried or single, and if urtrricd how often; whether you arc American or foreign born, and if the latter that you give not only your na tionally, bu...

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. — 15 April 1910

TWO NEAT STYLES APPROPRIATE COSTUMES FOR YOUTHFUL BELLES. Tallormade Either In Simple Olngham or Smart Wool Shirtwaist Model Adapted for Many Klndi of Material. Tlio two costumes noro displayed both aliow, In their respective ways, two of tho neatest of tho icnBon'a styles. Tho clrl who la studying her lesson demonstrates tho tailored neat ness which may stamp a (rock In ei ther n slmplo gingham or n smart wool nnd In cither caso a piping of plain goods, put beslda ono of white, may form tho trimming, as illustrated. Tho standing girl, of collcgo ago, wears a very trig shirtwaist modol, which Is adapted to a girl's silk, pan nma, gingham or llnon. Tho hip yoke- skirt already described Is hero dls played and tho doublo frill which or naments tho plain bodlco may bo nc' coptcd as very Indlcatlvo of tho sum mor's mood, for tho shirtwaist with out this doublo or slnglo frill for Jabot will bo rare A word of sleeves and stocks. Arm coverings aro much fuller than last summer and qulto tho...

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. — 15 April 1910

TO GET ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS ALWAYS BUV TOE GENUINE NOVEL IDEA IN SANDWICHES PHIGS MENNA MANUFACTURED BV THC CflUFORNIA pGSYRUP (5 SOLO BV ALL" LEADING - ORU0GISTS. , One Size only, so a Bottle A Foe to Progress-. "Thoro nru ninny focn to humnii proRiosfl among ub," buIiI tliu gloomy philosopher. "Ycb," answered tlio busy mnn, "and tlio worst Ih tlio portion who liu-lntH on running u revolving door tlio wrong way." If You Are a Trifle Sensitive About the nlie of Tour shoe, ninny eopla wear munller shorn fjr ulwr Alli-n'n KootKne, tho Antiseptic I'omlrr In Htinkn Into Dm shoes. It cure Tired, Hwollth, At-hlnp; Krrt and Eire rest nml comfort. Just tlm thine- fur realtlng In new shoes. Sold rrrrj-w here, Sic. Hsmplo sent FltKli. Address, Allen H. Olmsted, L Hoy, N. Y. No Joke, "It nn old mnld tmya 'No' whon ho proposes, 1b bIio playing tlio coquette?" "No, aim's plnylng (ho fool 1" Clove land Lender. Dainty In Appearance and Palatabl Are Those Made According to These Directions. This ...

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 April 1910

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS I'tttillnliedetef j Krlilj l Cakkizozo Nitw Mhxico. Knlornil im hocoikI ol mnttor Julio 12, lWH.at llio iKxtoMIrn nl dirrlxitO) Now Mexico, nniler Ilia Act nf Martha. W9. UUIiyCllllTIONIvVi'KHi no Vrnr $1.(10 iU Mouth . 11.00 I .VII, A.IIAI.HV, Kit I tu r. Tax Rate Lowered. The territorial tax rate for the coming year lias been reduced, as announced by the auditor, from 14.45 mills to 11 mills. This is the second reduction in fourteen years, the other reduction occur ring in Governor Hagcrmati's administration. Fourteen years ago, when Miguel A. Otero suc ceeded Governor Thornton, the democratic appointee, the rate was less than 7 mills. It soon took a leap and finally reached 15 mills. A slight reduction was made under Governor Hagcrman, but last year it again went to 14.45 mills. This reduction of 3.45 mills means that Lincoln county will J next year keep something like, 7,000 ut home, which, at the old . rate, would go to the territory. And just here is where w...

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 April 1910

Democrali On Statehood. On the 20th of February, the democratic central committee of the territory met at Albuquerque to announce its position on the pending statehood bill. Resolu tions were adopted, which we published at the time, and a com mittee was selected to present the matter to the senate commit tee. This committee did not go to Washington, however, but the following 'letter to Senator Mon ey and Kcprcscnativc Clark, the leaders of the minority in their respective houses, speaks f o r itself, and we feel confident the position taken is unassailable: "On the 20th ult. the demo cratic central committee of New Mexico held a meeting for the purpose of considering the state hood situation. The attendance was unusually large and was ful ly representative of the democ racy of this territory. At the meeting resolutions were unani mously adopted as follows:" Here follow the resolutions which were published at the time and which, no doubt, arc still fresh in the minds of our read ers...

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 April 1910

ADDITIONAL LOCAL. t SlierilT Stevens mid Itis depu ties (ire looking for a 111,111 who raised a check from S'J.OU to Sl').0O. Tlie clieck was given by Engineer Lewis to one of the road employees, and it was cashed by the Capitan Mercantile Co. It is not known whether the man to whom the check was drawn or the man to whom it was endorsed did tlie pen work. Whoever the artist is he is a stranger and his present whereabouts are unknown to the officers. A. J. LcClair, who pitched for the Eort Stanton base ball team last season, is now in Roswcll, and is reported to have been en gaged on the pitching staff of the base ball team of the Military Institute of that city. He will be employed in some line of busi ness in the city when uot play ing ball. LeClair appeared on the diamond here several times last season, and his ball playing qualifications were thought of highly by the fans, A Mexican was arrested Tues day, 011 the complaint of a com padre, for "pulling" a guu. When the time arrive...

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 April 1910

Welch St Titsworth 36 Stetson Mats 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 CAPITAN. Fred Plingstcn was down from Aliens Tuesday. John II. Canning and John A. Haley went to Lincoln Monday, returning the day following. T. J. Grafton was over Irani Parsons Saturday, and made a trip to Three Rivers Saturday night. April has so far proven to be a giddy young thing. One day it is clear and balmy, the next day is cloudy and stormy. The whist club met at Mrs. Collier's Wednesday. Following the regular program, delightful refreshments were served. Mrs. N. M. Peiblcs returned Monday from Moody, Texas, where she spent the winter, She went out to her home on Little Creek, where she spends her sum mers. The increase in the enumera tion of children in this district will necessitate the erection of more...

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 April 1910

CARRIZOZO NEWS DEVICE FOR SIFTING ASHES FAMOUS DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION. A.ND Kr" CBAMC5 GAIUUZOZO NEW MEXICO BACK TO THE FARM. Nino hundred million dollars' worth of Agricultural products wero export od from tho United States last year, according to tho bureau of statistics lu tho department of commorco and labor. Sccrotnry Wilson says that tho total was $8,770,000,000, so that a lit tlo inoro than 10 por cent, of our farm products woro sold abroad and tho homo consumers had to bo contont with tho romnlnlng nlno-tcnths. This Is a healthy condition, but doubtloss holps to explain tho high price of pro visions In this country. Socrotnry Wilson thinks tho high prices nro duo to tho fact that thoro aro too fow farmers and too many distributers, too many young inon rushing to tho city, Instead of staying homo and tilling tho noil. If wo aro to supply Europo as well as America with food stuffs wo must Incrcaso tho numbor of fann ers with tho incronso of our popula tion, and If farming Is 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. — 15 April 1910

INSTEAD OF MEAT TRY THESE DI8HE8 AS AN UCCA SIONAL SUBSTITUTE. Complete Menu for Each Meat of the Day Can Be Made from Them Economical as Well at Satisfying. Crcnm of Celery. Two stalks cel ery, two tcartpoonfuls of butter, two tnblcspoonftils flour; nno cup milk, n llttlo parsley, unit to taste, flail cel ery In wntcr until tender. Drain on water and rub colory through slovo. Add milk. Stir butter nml flour to n pasto nnd ndd thin slowly to tlio hent ed milk nnd celery. Add tho minced pnmlcy nnd Benson with unit to taste Cook until thick. Servo hot with united waters. Crcnm of Kidney llenno. Tnko twe cups of kidney heans, threo tahlo spoonfuls butter, ono onion, three tnblctipoonfuln (lour, 114 cups milk; cnlt to tnBto. Hub heans through slovo nnd proceed In tho miiiio wny m In (unking cronm of colory, with the nddltlon of minced onions. Fruit Salad Ono grapo fruit, one orange, ono bunch of red Cnllfornln grapes, n few Hngllsh wnlnutB. Cube tho grnpo fruit nnd orange, bolng very ca...

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 April 1910

r.'jyj jj iJtrr The LincolnCounty Goods Road Asiociation. To the Editor: I beg to state through your col uin'ns, that the Lincoln County Good Roads Association has al roady accomplished considerable toward the upbuilding of the roads of the county. The com mittee appointed to wait upon the business men of Koswell went to Koswell, accompanied by sev ural interested citizem of the uouuty and while there interested the business men of that little oily in contributing $1,500.00 to bo used by Construction Engineer Luwis from the Pieacho hill up the Hondo valley as far as the junction of the Rttidoso and Do nito rivers. Private subscrip tions arc being raised along the Roswcll-Uarrizozo road for its further completion, after the com pletion of the work on the Nogal hill. There is no doubt that the Nogal hill will be completed with Territorial funds, and if the peo ple of the entire county get into the harness at the next meeting of our Lincoln County Good Koads Association, to be held in ...

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 April 1910

(Latn3030 irlews. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 11. CARRIZO,0. LINCOLN COUNTY. NEW MEXICO, APRIL 22, 1910. NUMUER 11 of Report of Proceedings of Board County Commissioners. The lollowing is u report of the proceedings of the Bo aril of County Commissioners of Lincoln county, New Mexico, held April 4th, l'JIO. There being no quorum present the board adjourned to 1 o'clock p.m. Board met pursuant to ad journment. Present R. A. Durau and C. V. Wingftcld, commissioners; C. A. Stephens, sheriff ; J. G. Rigglc, clerk. Board adjourned to April Gth, 1910. Board met as per adjourn ment. Board adjourned to April 11th, 1910, at 10 a.m. Board met as per adjournment. The following members were present: R. II. Taylor, chairman; C. W. "Wingl'icld and R. A. Durau, mem bers; C. A. Stevens, sheriff; J. (j. Rigglc, clerk. The minutes of the January 7 and January 17 and March 7, l'JlO the issuing of the contracts for the building ol the courthouse and jail. The resignatio...

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 April 1910

TRIED REMEDY FOR THE GRIP. I VALUE OF MEAT CHOPPER COLD mi"; Analyzed by Chemists. Apropos of President Tnft nml hla recent decision nbout whisky, Hlchnril I.o Onlllcnno snld, nt a dinner at tho St. HcrIr: "While I wns living In Liverpool Micro arose n hot whisky discussion. Was pot still whlHky tho only whole Romo one, or wns pntont Rtlll whisky tho ono non-polRonous drink? Clioml cnl nnnlyscs wero nppllcd to every whisky boIiir. "A Liverpudlian entered a publlo hntiRo nonr tho Albert docks ono night ntid snld: "'Ih yer whisky puro?' '"Well, 1 should think so,' tho pub llcnn niiRwcrcd. 'It's boon pnrulyzcd by thrco nnnrchlsts.' " Through Its Use the Housekeeper li Enabled to Utilize Leftovers In Appetizing Manner. Tho mctit chopper will soon save moro thnn Its cost by enabling ono to uso chcopor cuts of meat nnd to utilize leftover meats. Haw beef run through It Is n pleasant chango from plain steak. It should lio well sen soncd with snlt nnd popper boforo chopping, nnd should liav...

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