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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 28 August 1908

CARRIZOZO NEWS. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME J. CAKKIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, AUGUST 28. l8. NUMliEK 25 H TWO (1001) BALL (JAMES. Saturday and Sunday two good liall (raincs were played by the Kurt Stanton utid Carrizozo clubs. The first (fame wm played ut Gapitau Saturday afternoon and Hie second at Fort Stanton the following morning. Carrizozo took the lirst, and it took twelve innings to decide it, th- result at the end of the twelfth standing 3 to 2 in favor of Carrizozo. The Fort walked off with the Sunday game, winning by a score of 5 to 3. The Carrizozo boys left here early SaturJay morning, in two rigs, with eleven players, the ' in mager, two rooters and a driver for the four-horse team, crossed the big hill and landed at Capi tan about 11:15. There they were met by a committee of cili ssjiis and conducted to the two hotels of the town and their wants supplied. The Stanton boys ar med about 1 o'clock, and the word to "play ball" was g...

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. — 28 August 1908

i THE CARRIZOZO NEWS lublllieilery Friday at Cakkizozo Nitw Mnxico. Kntoreil nn wcoml tilmn mnllor Jiilin II, IWM.nt tlm im-tolllm nt C-nrrUozo, Now Mmiuii, nnilcr lh Act tit Mnrcli.'l. IMU. I NO. A. IIAI.i'.V, Hilltor. HUimCltllTlONliATHyi Due Yer, ill Mnntln. ll.W 11.00 I'ur I'reAldent of the United States. William J. Bkyan. Far V.-Pres. of tho United State. John V. Khkn. Tor Delcgnte to Congress. O. A. IAKHAZOI.O. Announcements. 1'Olt COUNTY HUUVKYOII. TIiuNkwh In ulhiirliwl to nnnnunea Hint W. II. Ilonty I n ennilhlnte fur re-clectlon tilths iiIIIcb or Comity Hiirtoynr, Mllijcct lo the action it tlia tlomocrntlo nrly. A mass meeting of business men was. held in Tucumcari on tlic 17th, when the question of furnishing seed wheat to the far mers who arc in need was dis cussed, and committees appointed to confer with the governor of the territory with a view to alleviat ing the distress. It was reported to the meeting that some families were in need of immediate assist ance. A gener...

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. — 28 August 1908

A Uia CAMI MUBTINQ. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Heed and G. K. Hyde, wlio reside some miles from Capilan, stayed over in Car rizozo Monday. Tht-y were on their way to San Marcinl, where they expect to participate in a biir caini) mcctinir advertised to take place there from the 25th to September 4th. A larirc gather ing of the faithful from all points in the southwest is expected to take part in the revival. Kev. F. M. Dye, well known in this part of the territory, will have charge of the meeting. He will be assisted by Dr. Yookum of the Holiness church, Los Angeles, and others. George Hyde is a youug man w.to has been deaf and dumb from infancy, and goes to the camp meeting Tilled with the hope that Dr. Yookum can trive him the power to hear and speak, having liccti informed that the reverend doctor is endowed with the power to cure the aflllictcd. A1IN1NQ APPLICATION, No. 084. United States Land Office, Roswell. New Mexico, August I, l'J08. Notice is hereby given that Adolph J. Lahann, by...

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. — 28 August 1908

ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Grandma Bourne, who lives at Capitan, is reported to be still more feeble this week than she has been in the past. J. E. Kooncc, who dispenses law and equity in the Temple of Justice at Nogal, and who is noted for his impartial decisions, came down Sunday evening1 and remained here this week. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Nocsscl en tertained a number of friends at their home one night this week. Progressive high Ave furnished the means of entertainment for the evening. Mrs. M. Coffer won first prize, and George B. Johnson succeeded in capturing the booby prize. M. L. McRcynolds was down from Parsons the first of the week. He reports the mine and also four of the Huntington ore milts running on the Eagle pro 1crty. A large amount of rain las fallen there during the past thirty days, but no wash-outs or damage resuueu. Chas. Stevens, of Parsons, a candidate for the nomination for sheriff on the republican ticket, spent two days in town this week transacting business, and, inci...

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. — 28 August 1908

mm Welch S: Titsworth w o Y. W fa o o K CA3 w o- 33 in in H O O P i I C3 f- W o w 13 New School Books As per List adopted by the Territorial Hoard of Education, Barbed Wire. Sash Doors, Glass, Paints and Oils. SCREEN DOORS. McCALL'S PATTERNS. We Buy Mohair. -9 o o I a o o o o o n w w H O WELCH & TITSWORTH. CAPITA N. I W. C. McDonald returned the first of the week from u ten days' eastern trip. Ira O. Wcttnorc left Saturday for Denver and Kansas City, for a ten days' trip. Attorney A. II. Hudspeth of White Oaks was here on legal business the first of the week. J. 13. Koouce of Nogal is assist ing iu stock-taking this week at the Trading Company's store. Mrs. James Heed was over from Parsons Saturday, and was ac companied on her return by Miss Helen Canning. 15. T. Collier, an old friend from White Oaks, came in Mon day and remained several days in town before returning. A wash-out on the line near Threi! Kivers, Tuesday night, put traffic on the road at a stand still for several ...

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. — 28 August 1908

r A LINCOLN COUNTY UXIIIUIT AT Till! TERRITORIAL PAIR. It is high time for the people of this county to bestir them selves with a view to sending a respectable collection of exhibits to the Territorial Fair, which opens at Albuquerque the last week in next mouth. Pew coun ties in this vast territory are in as good position, this year, as Lincoln county to send exhibits, and for variety of products none arc equal. What would have most cllcct in drawing the atten tion of the thousands of outsiders who will attend the Fair, would be cereals, fruits and other farm products. Those who have ad joining farms could make up a combination exhibit of the best that each produced. Several mining companies have agreed to send valuable collections of min eral specimens. Some live stock, fruit and farm products, grown with or without irrigation, and exhibited at the Fair, would, we believe, be the means of bringing hundreds of good farmers, with money, into this county. The National Irrigation Cong...

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 September 1908

CARRIZOZO NEWS. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME '). CARRIHOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, SEPiBM.JlSK . PJ08. NUMBER 26 4 SOON RGADV FOR OCCUPANCY. Tliu new cement block school building is rapidly assuming shape. The masonry is iiuuriny completion, and the carpenter have begun work on tlm interior, i Tlie contract culls or its complc LINCOLN COUNTY TGACHGRS ASSOCIATION. Following' is a list of the teach- H crs who attended the county in stitutu at Lincoln last week: W. 13. lilanchard, Lincoln: C. L. Davis, Carrizozo; James Dow, tion by October 1st, but it is 'Lincoln; C. L. Kennedy, Jicanlla; possible that it may require a J J. B. Blca, Hondo; A. H. Mathis, little longer time to get it ready Lincoln; Pearl Taylor, Nogal; for school. The building is two-1 Mrs. Smithsou, Capitan; Miss stories, with four large rooms ; Franks, Corona; Mrs. Booth, Pi superintendent's olHce , cloak cucho; Jennie Peppiu, Lincoln; rooms, etc, It will be an impos-1 Cherrllle 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. — 4 September 1908

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS (iiblUheil every Krldijr at Cakkizozo Nitw Mkxico. Ktiterml n aecnnil olww mailer June 12, 1WH, M t tit iK-tntllrn nl fnrrln.to, New Mexico, under llm Artol March a, IsTV. ISO. A. IIAI.KV. ' Killlur. " HUimOltllTlON li.VTISH I 3ne Year. . III Mimtliii II. W 11.00 For President of the United States. WII.MAM J. BltYAN. Por V.-I'res. ol the United States. John W. Khun. For Delegate to Congress. O. A. LAKHAZOI.O. Tnrmznln received 1 68 votes in 'grand old Valencia" two years airo. at least Mint wns all the re turns showed. It is true other voters testified to casting their votes for him. but that thev were counted for his opponent. This year republicans admit that i-.nr-i razolo is danircrous. and that nc will probably poll a much larger vote, it is tnc nuruosc oi demo crats to rpo th t the irravevnrds are not voted in that county tins year, and also to sec that those voting lor the democratic nominee shall hare their votes counted for him. THPY'RB ALL DEMOCRATS. The ...

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 September 1908

I COUNTY COMAUSSIONOS PRO CEEDINGS. The following Is a report of tlic proceedings of the Hon. board of county commissioners, held nt Lincoln on August 31st, 1W8. Present K. H. Taylor, chair man4, I. L. Krousc and R. A. Duran, members. W. E. Kim- brell, clerk; J. W. Owen, sheriff. TIip last minutes were read and approved. The treasurer is hereby ordered to rebnte all taxes and costs and interest on the following de scribed property: The cA nctf and e1 nc sec. 2, tp. 7 south, range 11 in precinct 8 for the years ' and '97. Upon the presentation of a pe tition of Aragon Bros., T. W. Watson and others, protesting against the changing of the road by G A. Titsworth at a place on the Sipio Salazar ranch, between Lincoln and White Oaks, claim ing that the new road is incon venient and being considered further, the 'ollowing order is made by the board: That Newt Kemp, road supervisor for the third district is ordered to notify Mr. Titsworth to open the above road nt once. The following board...

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 September 1908

ADDITIONAL LOCAL. P. C. Baird, who was employed by the sclfool board to enumerate tltc scholastics for this district, completed his work on the first, mid reports a total enumeration of three hundred. Mrs. J. G. Kiggle and children came over from Cupltan Wednes day. Mrs. Rlgglc placed her daughter, Genevieve, on that night's train, bound for Ncta waka, Kansas, where she will cu ter school for the term. Mr, Galbraith of the Alamo gordo lumber company, was in town Tuesday. He was accom panied by Mr. Ililburn of the same firm, who went to Nogal on a business matter. They re turned to Alamogonlo the follow ing day. Dr. G. Rittiiircr was up from Oscura for purpose of taking part in the masonic meeting Wednes day evening, but owing to the late arrival of the train the meet ing had adjourned before he reached town. He returned to Oscura on yesterday's No. 3. S. W. Perry has consummated a deal whereby he exchanged some Alamogonlo property for Carrizozo property. M. K. Land, who formerly own...

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 September 1908

Welch S: Titsworth r w u w o o c W o a w H O O PO I W O w New School Books As per List adopted by the Territorial Board of Education. Barbed Wire. Sash Doors, Glass, Paints and Oils. SCREEN DOORS. McCALL'S PATTERNS. We Buy Mohair. o o r o 'A o o o a o K W W H H 1 1 WELCH & TITSWORTH. C A PIT AN. Sheriff John W. Owen was in . town this week. Jnmcs Reed was in town Mon day from Parsons for supplies. Mrs. Syl G. Anderson went to Lincoln yesterday for a week's visit. Andy Mayes waB in town yes terday from his ranch beyond the Mai Pais. John M. Pcnflcld, county trea surer, was over from Lincoln several days this week. W. R. White, of the Nopal Mesa, was hobnobbing with his friends here, yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. William Ilrown and Alexander Forrest were in town Monday irom Dotiito. Geo. Rosllngton left on Tues day No. 3 for Oakland, Cali fornia, to be absent several weeks. Roy Treat, of the Carrizozo Meat Market, is nursing a sore foot this week, the result of a slight abrasion. George...

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 September 1908

NUORO SCOKUS TAPT. Bishop Alexander Walters of the African M. E. church, has issued an address to the colored people of the country in which he refers to Judge Taft ns a "party to the blackest conspiracy ever perpetrated against Negro sol diers." He accuses President Roosevelt and the republican candidate of having "practically endorsed the lilly white movement in the south, which has for its ultimate object the practical elimination of the negro from politics," and adds that the appointment nf the Hon. Luke 13. Wright of Tennessee, an ex-confederate soldier and democrat, to succeed Mr. Taft as secretary of war as "a big-democratic support." "The republican party," he as serts, "is the only party that can change the discriminatory legislation which has been en acted against us without a great political upheaval amounting al most to a revolution. Wherever we have had sense enough to help the democratic party, notably in New York city, democrats have always shown a willingness to trea...

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 September 1908

4 CARRIZOZO NEWS. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME J. CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, SEPTEMBER II. PJ08. NUMBER 27 CARRIZOZO BOVS TAKE BOTH. By taking both game from the Fort Stanton team last Saturday and Sunday the Carrizozo boys won the right to be called the best team in Lincoln county, and in fact, in this entire section of country. It was the second of a double scries the two former games standing one and one and the winners feel proud of their victory. Not that cither game was close or at any time doubt ful, for they proved so easy that, as some rooter expressed it, "It was a shame to take the money." The victory was all the more plcasiug because Port Stanton brought the strongest team across the divide with which she ever confronted us, while Carrizozo played the same nine with which she had formerly met Stanton. Saturday's game was certainly discouraging to the visitors; for they succeeded in getting only one run to Carrizozo's ten. The f...

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 September 1908

W Carrfzozo News CAJIIUSCOZO, NEW MEXICO. The Vulgarity of Waite. When you boo a housewlfo who koops broad lying around until It molds; who permits mlldow to got Into j tho clothed; who nllirws her stockings and thoo of hor family to fall to ploces for want of dnrnlng; who cooks j up a lot of food which eho ought to I know will not bo eaten and that will bo cnHt Into tho gnrliHKo can; who "thrashes through" hor host frocks by putting them on to do kltchon work, you may bo suro sho Is "tacky." You will novor find n woman of that de scription who Is not cheap and who hasn't a common streak In hor as wide ns a gate. Well, It Is exactly tho same with a peoplo or a nation, says tho Kansas City Star. When you soo a country reckless In tho uso of Its nv sources nnd heedlessly destructive ol tho treasures with which It litis Ix'nu endowed by natuio, you can dopond upon It that It possesses tho ingredi ents of cheapness nnd Inferiority. Wo laugh a great deal about tho proverbial disregard ot...

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 September 1908

ROUND THE Information nml Gossip Picked Up Hare and There In Washington. Marriage to Dissolve WASHINGTON With tho marriage next rail of Miss Kvolyn Walsh, daughtor of tho Colorado millionaire, to ICdwnnl McLean, Don of John It. McLean of Cincinnati and Washing ton, a qua; let of tho most famous holies Washington has over known will bo dissolved. This quartet In cludes In addition to Miss Walsh, Ma thlldo Townscnd, whose engagement to tho Duko d'Albo of Spain Is antici pated; Miss Katherlno Klklns, who, In splto of the non-committal attitude of hor parents, Is expected to wed the duko of tho Abruzzl, anil Miss iRobnl May, whom society long ago took for granted to bo tho fiancee of Count von Hatzfcldt, counsellor and first secre tary of tho C-orman ombassy. This quartette of girls havo mado Washington hum In the past two sea sona Evolyn Walsh Is very young, but sho has had probably a wider social cxporl enco than any ono of the quartette. Hacked by hor father's millions, she has boon ...

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 September 1908

THE? CARRIZOZO NEWS Published aery Krldny at Cakkizozo Nkw Mkxico. Kntcred rt necoml olw mnllnr Jnlin IS, lIM.nt llio tHxtnlllra nt Cnrrltoto, Now Mexico, iiudrr tho Art of Mnrch 3, I NO. a7hAM'.V. Killlor. HUllHCItllTION liATICH I of taking nn active part in the conduct of the county's affairs a condition necessary for n suc cessful and economic county commissioner. One Year, ilx Moulin, II.MJ 11.00 For President of the United States. WlI.MAM J. BKYAN. Por V.-I'res. of Hie United States. John W. Kkkn. Por Delegate to Congress. O. A. LiAKKAZOI.0. Announcements. FOK COUNTY HUUVKYOIt. Thn NrwH U nutlxirlted to announce Hint W. II. Il.ntjr U n candidate for riwlMtlnn totlio utiles of County Hiirrvyor, nubject to the action of the ilomocrntlo trtjr. KOIt HIIKHIKK. 1 hereby nniiouiici, iii)Mlf iwn cnmllilnte for nomlnntlon forHlirrlll of Lincoln C'onutr, Inct to Ilia rwtloti of tlia Democratic Ci Uonruutlim, ult- utility JOHN COI.K. K)lt HIII'.UIIT. 1 lirraliratinouncainyaeir n cnintldnt...

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 September 1908

t. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. John Cole was up from the Lin coln country u couple of days this week. Nicolas Perea and Jose Serrano left this morning for Cedar Hill, Chaves county, with two wagon loads of men who go to enter the employ of Miller & Stone, sheep men. There were twenty of them. Geo. A. Titsworth came over from Capitan Sunday to incut Mrs. Titsworth and little son, who have been visiting at Spar rows Point, Maryland, the past two months. They returned to Capitan the same afternoon. Howard Hall has accepted a position with W. C. McDonald in handling the latter's townsitc, and uftcr a brief visit to Kansas City, for which point he will leave tonight, he will be found at his desk in front of the Nkws office. F. R. Maxwell and Edwin N. Vessel, two young men from Ros well, arrived in Carrizozo Tues day, and remained two or three days. They arc looking for a business location, and arc well pleased with the outlook at Car rizozo, and may return and cm bark in business here after vi...

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 September 1908

A Bin BLAZU. About 11.30 o'clock Saturday night thu town was aroused by the tiring' of guns and the sight oi Haines issuing 1 1 oin the build ing on Alainogordo avenue owned by Vincent Kcul, und occuined by Willglield M (Juectl us u billiard and nooi hail. Hie Humes soon 1 spread to the Ulcuson building, known us the Club room, uml it went also. The further progress ot the dailies was stayed by the effective use ol water, curried in buckets and tubs by the many willing hands present, Other nearby buildings were threatened, but Hie wind was lavorable, and the crowd worked with u will to save them. The origin of the lire is unknown. The loss is estimated ut $5000, with insurance amounting to $3000, us follows: Vincent Keal, building, 5l,000; Winglicid & Jueeu, lurniture and lixtures and siock, $1,000; W. 11. Gleason, building, 61,000. Furniture und other goods stored in the Gleusoii building went up in smoke, but the casks of beer stored therein were rolled out of the building. cr...

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 September 1908

Welch & Titsworth w u 'A W to o o New School Books As pur List adopted by the Territorial Hoard of Education. in w o B w ( H O O P3 (fi h W O E M H CJ Barbed Wire. Sash Doors, Glass, Paints and Oils. SCREEN DOORS. McCALL'S PATTERNS. We Buy Mohair. WELCH & TITSWORTH. CAPITAN. Mrs. S. T. Gray returned on Monday's train to Capitan, after a week's visit with her children at this place. Will Rawln and family returned Tuesday from Tucumcari where they liuvc been visiting relatives the past mouth. Attorney Easlcy of Estaucia slopped oiT between trains Tues day on his return from court at Alamogordo. F. M. Crockett and Paul Griffith were up from the Oscurn country Wednesday, on the way to Bonito to visit their families. Sir. and Mrs. Ernest W. Henley arc the happy parents of a bounc ing baby boy. The young fellow arrived Saturday morning. The editor and family enjoyed n fine dinner Sunday as guests of F. W. Gurncy. host at the popu lar railroad eating house. 0. II. Roberts of Dunver...

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 September 1908

HAVE COOL DINING-ROOM. Apartment May Be Kept Pleaaant with a Little Care. A cool dining-room Is ono ot tho Greatest blessings ono can possess In summer, but If ono's room Is not coot on account of Us location It can ho kept cool with not n groat deal of difficulty. Air the houso thoroughly In the morning before tho sun gets hot, and thon closo tho windows to tho very bottom and pull tho Bhades all tho way down. Closo tho door leading Into tho kitchen to keep tho odor of tho cook ing out of tho dining-room. If tho rcotn doiplto thoso precautions cots hot and sultry wring somo cloths out of cold wntor and hang them In front of tho window, which you havo partial ly opened, nnd nllow tho breoze to blow through tho wot cloths tmtll thoy nro dried. Quickly closo tho win dows and iilaco a dish or pall of cold wntor In tho mlddlo of tho room. As soon as tho wator becomes warm ro- movo It from tho room. Evon on tho most sultry, muggy day this mothod will Boldora fall to cool nnd rofrcsh tho ...

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