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title: 'Carrizozo news. (Carrizozo, N.M.) 1908-192?, December 25, 1908, Image 4',
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THE CARRIZOZO NEWS
l'ublltlndTtry Friday at
Cakuizozo - Nkw Mkxico.
Kntorad m noooml oImm matter Jmin 1!. ltofl.st
tlie iMMtolllan nl Cnrrlzoio, New Mailou, under
tlmActof Mnrcii 3, 1879.
I NO, A. HAtKY, Kill tor.
Ona Yer, ...
Ilx Month!, ...
Justice ol Peace Election.
For Justice of the Peace.
Wc arc authorized to announce
the candidacy of S. V. Perry for
Justice of the Peace for Precinct
No. 14, Lincoln county, New
Mexico, at the ensuing1 January
We arc authorized to announce
the candidacy of C. W. Hyde for
Constable of precinct No. 14,
Lincoln County, Mew Mexico, at
the ensuing January election.
Wc arc authorized to announce
the name of P. C. Oaird as a can
didate for constable of Precinct
No. 14, Lincoln county, N. M., at
the ensuing January election.
A MltKKY ClIKlSTMAS
a Happy Nkw Ykak.
Today marks the 1908th time
that "Peace on Earth, Good Will
to Men" has been chanted in all
Christian lands, and the annual
festival that is celebrated in oAl
parts of the world by millions of
followers of the babe born in a
manger in distant Judcan hills,
where the Star of Bethlehem di
rected the three wise men to the
mangor. It is a day, in Christen
dom, that is more generally ob
served than any other day in the
calendar, and stands far ahead of
all others in joy-glying and loVc
inspiring. The children look
forward to Chrismas morn, each
wondering what the season will
bring, and their happy laughter
and smiling faces, aa they gather
together their "gifts," fully com
pensates the giver j and the joy
becomes general. The family
rcunioti, the merry Christmas
greetings between neighbors and
friends, and the extension of the
glad hand clings to the memory
and remains n pleasant recollec
tion throughout the year. A
gift, be It ever so small, shows
appreciation a kind word to all
lightens the burdens of life, makes
the world brighter ami better and
causes the hearts of all to beat in
unison-, thus bringing each and
every one into closer touch, and
lending strength to the belief
that God is the Father and that
all tncu arc Brothers.
President Roosevelt was quoted
during the campaign as being
very anxious to sec New Mexico
admitted before he left the White
House, and everybody, who be
lieved that story, expected to sec
a strong recommendation to that
effect in his message. They
must have been sorely disap
pointed and heartily disgusted
when they did read the message
and saw that it contained the
bare recommendation for state
hood. No argument was pre
sented in the message why New
Mexico should be admitted; noth
ing was said about its rapid
growth in population and wealth,
both of whirh arc in excess of
any of the territories that have
become states in recent years;
nothing was said about a prom
ise of fifty years' standing, and
the more recent and oft-repcated
statements of the president, him
self, to help the territory or New
Mexico when ever the opportu
nity presented itself.
The president carried out the
letter but not the spirit of bis and
the republican party's promise.
The recommendation just as well
not have been made, so far as
any practical results to be ob
tained arc concerned, as to have
mentioned the matter in such a
perfunctory manner. One can
imagine that he felt it his duty
to say something, bat when say
ing it hoping no one would give
heed. His recommendation, in
this matter, recalls the story of
the widow, bereft of husband and
fortune at the same time, and was
compelled to sell flowers for a
living and yet wanted to preserve
her gentility, as she viewed it.
She went about the streets cry
ing: "Flowers for sale," and add
ing, sotto voce, "I hope nobody
For SAT.it A few choice resi
dence and business lots, cheap,
Sec H. S. Camimiuu.. 7-31 tf
C. C. Bourne is prepared ' to
board horses by the week or the
month: sec him for terms.
For a good horse feed go to
C. C. Bourne's Feed Stable.
For Sweaters, Underwear,
good warm Gloves go to Zicglcr's.
Hand painted China for the
Ladies. Sec the choice assort
ment at Humphrey's.
Nice uew line of gent's neck
wear and shoes at Zieglcr Bros.
Our policy is quick sales and
small profits. Let us show you
that wc can save you money on
your household goods, both new
and second-hand. Kellcy & Sons,
N. 131 Paso avenue. ll-27-lm
For Banquet and Dinner Parties.
Carrizozo Eatinir House 1
F. W. QURNEY, Manager.
Table Supplied with the Best
the market affords.
Tinim tnitTnimfiMMif niinninnnniiiHif mTnnn!in!m!!n!mnnimimnrTTrnft
A New Meat Market.
W. G. RAWLS
. Has Opened a Butcher Shop in the old
Carrizozo Market, and will handle
Fresh Native Meats of all kinds
Fish, Game and Oysters in Season.
The Best Brands of
BOTTLE AND BARREL WHISKIES.
BILLIARDS AND POOL
You want of the food you need
Kodol will digest it.
Tou need a sufficient amount of
good wholesome, food and moro than
this you need to fully dlgesb It.
Elso you can't Rain strength, nor
can you strengthen your stomach If
lb Is weak.
You must cab In order to Uvo and
You must nob diet, because the
body requires that you cab a nufllo
lent amount of food regularly.
Bub this food must bo digested,
and lb must be digested thoroughly.
When the stomach can't do It,
you must tako something that will
help the stomach.
Tho proper way to do Is to oab
what you want, and let Kodol dl
gost tho food.
Nothing else can do this. When
the stomach Is weak lb needs help;
you must help lb by giving lb rest,
and Kodol will do that
Go to your druggist today, and
purchaso a dollar bottle, and If you
can honestly Bay, that you did nob
receive any boncflts from It, after
using tho entire bottle, tho drug
gist will refund your monoy to you
without question or dolay.
Wo will pay tho druggist tho price
of tho bottle purchased by you.
This o(Ter applies to tho large
bottlo only and to bub ono In a
Wo could nob afford to make such
an oiler, unless wo positively knew
what Kodol will do for you.
Ib would bankrupt us.
The dollar bottlo contains 254 times
as much as the fifty cent bottle.
TTnrlrtl to mnrln of. t lin Ifttmralirliui
1 of E. 0. UoWltt & Co., Chicago.
For Sale at Dr. Padnn's Drug Store and Holland Bros.