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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 30 October 1908

PRESIDENT'S YACHT NAVAL MEN'S IDEAS OF THE MAYFLOWER. Boat Which Hai Left on Southern Miction Will Not Rob President of Any Pleasure. Now York. Tho Mnyflowor, which President Iloosovelt linn glvon up Hint It may bo froo to porform a mission In tho (urlitilont waters of South Amorlcn, Ih nn elegant boat hut her going brings no pangs of rcKrct to tho president, for imval men who know what thoy nro talklnK about say Hint ho "hates yachting." This mny surprlso you, but If you express your surprlso to your naval In- Apartment That Wai the President's Stateroom. forinniit ho will probably start In nnd toll you of tho president's onu and only yachting trip for pleasure. "Hoinohotly Invllod him to go n fow yenrs ago, and tho Invitation must have struck him when IiIh stock of ox ciiBOM was phenomenally low. At any rato ho couldn't seem to bcR off, so ho very reluctantly wont nbroad and tho yacht slnrtcd, "Hut just ns It loft Its anchoraRo tho urosldent suddenly declared that ho hud forgotten...

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. — 30 October 1908

TO LINCOLN COUNTY VOTERS. It had been my Intention, when nominated by the democratic par ty for the office of superintendent of schools, to make a thorough canvass nf the county, and to solicit the support of the people at the polls on the third of No vember. This, I believe, to be the duty of every man in whom his friends repose sufficient confidence to name him for any responsible position. Conditions, however, over which I have had no control have prevented mc making' such canvass, and I am compelled to appeal to friends for support by the only means at my disposal. Naturally, any man nominated for office would like to be success ful at the polls, and my desire to sec the people of Lincoln county, and discuss this question that is of such vital importance to every home has only been equaled by my inability to do so. I shall, therefore, appreciate any and all assistance rendered, and assure one and all that, if elected to this responsible position, I will per form the duties of th...

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. — 6 November 1908

CARRIZOZO NEWS. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 9. CARRIKOKO. LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, NOVEMBER 6. 1908. NUMBER 35 THE GLGCTI0N. The election is over even the shouting anil all may now ail down and figure on the future. The result, naturally, is not pleasing to democrats, but, as this is looked upon as a prcttry good country, it is not likely that many will emigrate. The nntioual result was not what democrats had hoped; in deed, they had reason to expect that Mr. Bryan would receive a LINCOLN COUNTY ELECTION RETUKNS. NOVEMBER 3, 1908. T NAM 1CH OK OANMUATIM i V. S 6 a 3 n 5 t i i i much larger vote than was given him. It is true, that on the pop- ular vote, he made a much better showing than did Mr. Parker in lJ04, particularly in Indiana, Ohio and the middle west, but made no electoral gains except in Colotado and Nebraska. While the middle west gave, its electoral votes to Mr. Taft, there is some consolation over the fact that the democrats elected ...

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. — 6 November 1908

, CARRIZOZO NEWS OAnnizozo NBW MEXICO Fan Losing Favor. It li laid tho fan trado la steadily declining, and this, too, In aptte ot tho fact that at no tlmo has that graceful weapon of coquetry and comfort been so universal. Some of tho leading fan houses In Paris havo closed their doors, and ono of tho best fan-makers, whose patronage includes tho elite ot Europo, declares tho day la past when long prices will bo paid for fans. One instantly seeks the reason for tho change of sontlmont which thus af fects trado, Tho aforosald fnn-mnker explains It by saying tho German coplos of tho expensive styles havo dons a good deal to Injure first-class trado, Tho richest customors buy only antiques. Instead of seoklng tho work ot modorn nrtlsls who maker oxqulslto pictures they will fly Into raptures ovor n dirty old fan that Is by no moans beautiful, moroly because It is nn "nntlquo," and a posslblo Louis XVI. Not long slnco a lady went Into ocstnslcB boforo a beautiful fan paint ed only 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. — 6 November 1908

RICE FIELD IN THE PHILIPPINES CALLED FOR SOME PUNISHMENT. EEEHHSeiEEEEE&. V'IPWBfpHuBwHiEEEHEf EEEB9EflVBEEEVrEEjHK0r Jr . SHflfPW EEKRvSKviv'jlflEEIIEEEEEjEEHHEEEEEEEE1 HUSnHtfiyHQSHWJKEEEEEEEfl HEEEEPvRt '8EEEEBEa eeeev9ukIeeeBeb SeeeeeeeeeeeeeeH Prisoner Altogether Too Deliberate for Llfa In Arizona. Arizona Judge (to defendant In an assault-and-baltery case) You nay the complainant called you a liar and horse thief at least a dozen times be fore you knocked htm down, eh? Defendant Yea, air. Judge lie tald you were a coward and quitter? Defendant He did. Judge All right. I'll let you off on the assault charge; but don't be In a hurry, mister I reckon I'll have to flno you Jest about f GO for not knock ing him down sooner! The sheriff will Uko you In tow and see that you cough up the dust before you pass out. illustrated Sunday Magazine SKIN TROUBLES CURED. Frwtu ttrvotfrtph. copyright bjr Undtnvond A UmUrwoM.Jf. Y. Growing rice Is one of the leading Industries of the natives ...

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. — 6 November 1908

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS Cakkizozo - Nrw Mkxico. Knteml MMOonilotMn iMller Jhiip 1!. lWW.nl tli HMUf)lra lit Cnrrlinto, New Mailed, onder ths Act of Mnrcli 3, 1870. I NO. A. II ALKY, K.lltor. HUlWCltllTlONnATHBl Dn Yr, ill Montlii, II.W 11.00 Indiana. Ohio. Hinnesota and North Dakota se lect Democrats for Executives, but Taft carries them. TAFT SWEEPS COUNTRY. Receives 298 Electoral Votes; still in doubt: Maryland, Hissouri and Montana. 29 THE ELECTORAL VOTE.. Fok Tait. California 10 Connecticut 7 Delaware 3 Idaho 3 Illinois 27 Indiana 15 Iowa 13 Kansas 10 Maine 6 Massachusetts 16 Michigan H Minnesota 11 New Hampshire 4 New Jersey 12 New York 39 North Dakota 4 Ohio 23 Oregon 4 Pennsylvania 34 Rhode Island 4 South Dakota 4 Utah 3 Vermont 4 Washington 5 West Virginia 7 Wisconsin 13 Wyoming 3 'i'Otul 298 For 11k van. Alabama 11 Arkansas 9 Colorado 5 Florida S Georgia 13 Kentucky 13 Louisiana 9 Mississippi 10 Nebraska 8 Nevada 3 North Carolina 12 Oklahoma 7 South Carolina y Tennessee 12 Texas...

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. — 6 November 1908

V IN THE LIMELIGHT EATS PIE WITH A KNIFE" Jnrol) V. .Itieobhon bids fnlr to become a now nnd unique llmiro In pollllcB iih "tlio ninn who c.iIh ilc with h knife." Ho wnB unanimously nominated for Kovernor by tlio IlopubllcnnH of Minnesota n fow days oro. In plnclnR bin namo brforo tlio convention former CoiiBicssmnn Frank M. Kddy declared that .Incobson's op. lionontH bad found only one tlihu; tn Bay aKalunt lilm, Hint bo caU plo with bin knife. "Wo plead KiilHy to tlio Indictment," shltl IMdy, "nnd bo snyu Hint as he lias followed thin mode of procedure for n pood mnny yenrs with out cuttliiB himself bo expects to continue It until bo flndH sumo butter way." .Incobson's nomluntlon wns Bccondod by tbo other candidates who had been campaigning iwnliiBt blm for four inuutliH without bolng nblo to Rbako bis bold upon tbo convention. Jncobhon Is a whiskered Implomcnt dealer from tbo llttlo town of Madison. Ho was born In Norway In 1810 nnd settled In Minnesota In 1871. Ho stands for tli...

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. — 6 November 1908

DQATH Of A LUX ORMOND. According to the El Paso Times news reached thai city Saturday that Alex Orinond, fur many years a member of the volunteer lire department and of the police : LUdAL NOTICE. AS9UMIHIT IIY ATrAOHMBNr No. IKW. William Knlilir. l'lnlr.lllT, v.. H. II. I(o.n ntnl tlio "Cnrrlroxn 1'itlitUlilnir Com. puny," n rorimratlon, I).feiiiliinM. Tli. Ufnn.li.nl. U II II.. nl,.l 1 1... "I 'nrrlmlll force, died several dliys previous l'.il,l.iilnC()m.nnV,nwiriiirnllon,roliftnl.y at San IJorja, Chihuahua. He V""" l'mt,"u't ';'" commi.iir intm, , , , ' , , . Illntrlct Court of Lincoln county, Territory of had been prospecting in the state ! nw mmu.i, imnin.t you. i.yi.uiniirrwiiium of Cliihuahua, near the Soiiora ' ""h,r' '"r ,,'t" ,,m "f Ti.rm iimlri nmi ,, , ..... . . I Nliifty-wtriMi Dollar ntitl rlfly-lliroo Cimlii line, and was taken ill out in the j muM). nceromi tntetwt nnt corn, rormon.y mountain. The direct cause of duoiiiintiiniiiiiiiintiir, on ncrount of ui. I nncn tlu...

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. — 6 November 1908

Lazaro GallCgbs to Douofacio Trtijill tract of land in sec 28 tp 10 r H; S100. Manuel Hoincro and wife to LuiMi R. de Gonzales, part of F6IAL COUNTY RECORDS FOR OCTOBER. itUAinplliMt hf llm Aiiifflcnii Tllln & Triinl Co., Aiwtntctertof Tlllnii for liluculii County. MAKKIAOK MCKNHltS. A. Pearcc of Lincoln anil Pan- uwt st,c y.) tp 11 r 18; $50. line Knnbrell of t'icacuo. Juan Chavez y Chavez ami Ku fclia Maes of Uaventon. iHttlro Arcliulela of White Oaks and Catrina Lucras of Carrizozo. Julian A. Luecro and Juliauita Luccro of Arahela. George T. Undley and Pauline Hiilbcrt of Picacho. I'KOIIATIt COttKT. Jones Taliaferro was appointed administrator of the estate of Kichard J. Murphy, deceased. Same grantors to Trinidad Ko- mero part of 11WJ4 nv sec 23 tp 11 r 18. W. C. McDonald and wife to S. W. Perry lots 1H, V), 20, and 21, blk 28 McDonald addition to Car rizozo; considuraliou $200. Same grantors to L. M. Casaus 210siiuare fest northeast eortiur of Carrizozo tovvusitci S500. S. ...

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. — 6 November 1908

SYiOLOFSWASIA RESEARCH SHOWS THAT IT IS OF ' VAST ANTIQUITY. Commonly Accepted ai the Sign Good Luck Traces Found In Records of Every Known Race. of Washington. Tho Swastika Is tho oltlcHt known symbol, having Its origin In tho cross and tho circle. As far back In tho night of tlmo as wo aro nblo to trnco tho records of ninn's llfo on tho globo by tho sculptured ro mains of tcmplos and pillars wo find tho cross nnd circle, pnlntod on an cient pottery, broldored on sacred vostmonts. sculntnrcd on ruined nionu- monts nnd figuring In tho religious niviilurloH of all racos. To form an cBtlmatu of tho ago of tho 8wnstllta wo must look bock, archaeologists toll us, to tho period of tlmo when tho tolo star was In oyg mis, 17,000 11. C., apparently that of tho first conception of tho zodiacal yoar. Whllo tho Swastika Is hold In com. inon acceptation to bo a lucky and j sight of tho real mystorlcs, tho sym bols becamo objects of worship. Honco In this day wo boo this grandest of all cosmic s...

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. — 6 November 1908

Welch & Titsworth w o w o o New School Books As per List adopted by the Territorial Hoard of Education. w o a CJ -H 73 H O O CO I I w H ! W O in E- a E lJ Barbed Wire. , Sash Doors, Glass, Paints and Oils. STOVES. WINDOW GLASS. APPLE BOXES. McCALL'S PATTERNS. We Buy Mohair. WELCH & TITSWORTH. C A PIT AN. I2d. R. Kellcy returned Mondov morning from n business trip to Kansas City. The school building is ncaring completion, and will be ready for occupancy next week. C. M. Stokes lias moved his barber shop to the old stand, one door west of the postofikc. Mr. and Mrs. Luusdcu cntcr- ninpii inr earn niim ninnnnv Miss May Scegar of Alamo gordo, visited Mrs. Walter Peo ples the past week. T. P. Luker, representing the Denver Type Foundry, was talk ing' trade to printers in Carrizozo this week, Miss Margaret Prude returned to Tularosa Tuesday, after hav ing spent a week with her aunt, Mrs. Ira O. Wetmorc. Fred Ferguson came down from Dunui Sunday to visit his many friends in this to...

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. — 6 November 1908

as - f ' . TO PREPARE POTTED FOODS. European Ideas That Are Now Being Adopted Here. Potted food are among the valua ble additions to tho stororoom closol that Americans nro Just beginning to tipproclatc. Those potted foods, which must not be confuted with tho commercially tinned foods, nro lurnely used In Franco nnd Hnglnnd at hunt ing breakfasts or for tho plcilc hamper. Tho food selected, mushrooms, flsh. game, incuts and wotnblcs of all kind, Is simply rooked an If far linmo dlatu sorvlcn, seasoned pulutably, then packed lightly In Jam and covered with a sauco In which thero Is plenty of butter. If to ho oaten within 24 hours, this Is nil that In needed. If to bo kopt several days, a layer of clarified butter or melted suet, quarter of an Inch thick, Is poured over the top after pressing Into Jars. RECIPE FOR INDIA RELISH. Recommended to Thoie Who Are Fond of a High Seasoning. Thoso who llko high seasoning nro 'very fond of India relish. It can eas ily ho put up. Two quarts of gr...

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. — 6 November 1908

MINISTER A TRIFLE MIXED UP. RAISED FROM SIK BED. After All Hope Had Vanished. Mr. J. II, Dennett, G9 Pountnln SI., Oardlnor, .Mo., any-. "My back used to Iroublo 1110 ho He voroly Hint At lnat I had to nlvu up. I took to my bed ttnd itayod tboro four mouths, Buffering in tuiiBO imln, dizziness, hondncho and In llatntiiQtlon of tlio bladder. Though without hope, 1 be can using Doan's Kidney Pills, and In tlirco tnontha was complotcly cured. Tlio troublo has hovor returned." Bold by nil dealers. ISO cents n box. foator-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. NAME WAS A COMPROMISE. Explanation of Remarkable Cogno men of Nevada Town, A Nevada man having cxtonslvo mining claims In tlio goldflold region tells of a lucky strlko that was inudo Inst year near Carson City, n strlko that proved to bo nf such promlso that a goodly sized camp Immediately sprang up around it. Tlio two principal mine owners were, respectively, an Irishman and a Jow, and ns a compliment to tlicao lending citizens the enmp deci...

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. — 6 November 1908

f i WITH THE IMMORTALS. Prom Wio Denver New.. Bryan is defeated in his third race for the presidency. The News 'hoped it might be other wise. Wc knew perfectly the terrific forces arrayed against the commoner, but wc knew like wise the trend of sentiment tow ard him, and wc believed for a long time the tide would Bet strongly enough to carry him to the White House. Wc were mis taken. But wc were not mista ken in our estimate of the man. Defeated though he be, defeated for the third time, wc hold that Bryan has won a place among the immortals. For to Bryan, more than to any other man, more than to any other twenty men, is due the rising tide of re form. When in ")( the "interests" felt that they had gained abso lute mastery of both parties, Bryan rose and wrested control of one great organization from them. Every measure of relief from liccnscd,or unlicensed extor tion that has passed since' that day was initiated by Bryan. The reforms for which Roosevelt has taken credit were filche...

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. — 13 November 1908

CARRIZOZO NEWS. T A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 0. CARRISO50, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, NOVEMBER 13. 190B. NUMBER 36 IS ITjtUWITT OR LUTZ? Considerable Interest lias been manifested In tills county over tbo result of the election for coun cilman in thU district, composed of the counties of Otero, Lincoln and Torrance Wc had a wire from Otero and Torrance coun ties Saturday night, the one from Otero to the effect that Hewitt had about 70 majority, with one precinct to hear from, and the one from Torrance county stating that Lot?, had carried that coun ty by 16, with, one precinct miss ing, which would not change the result much. "Later, Monday of this week, a report gained currency that Lutz hud carried TofratKe county by a sufficient majority to overcome Hewitt's lead in both Lincoln and Otero counties. An effort to chadc down this report has failed t produce results, and until fur ther evidence Is forthcoming wc are inclined to credit the direct tel...

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. — 13 November 1908

WOMAN 15 STEWARD MISS BOYLE HOLDS POST IN NEW YORK HOTEL. Has Mattered Situation In Big Estab lishment Hat Long Hours Gut Likes Her Work Right Hand of Proprietor. Now York. Tlio only woman In Now York who la Htownrd of n big hotel Is Isabel Iloylo of I ho Iloffmnn , houso, nnd bo etiimhlo linn hIio proven herself iltirlni? her ilvo yenra of stew urdHlilp Hint sho hnu become the rlRht hand of tho proprietor. Mr. CndUnRnn, tho mnnnKor of tho Iloffmnn house, clnlnm that lmvlnt; n Mils Isabel Boyle. womnn slownrd Is his own Idea, and tho discovery of tills particular womnn Is his nlso. , Mr. CnddnKau'a sisters were sent to n convent In Vlrulnln to complete) their education nnd thoro ns n follow-stii-ilont they met Miss Isabel Iloylo, with whom thoy beenmo warm frlonds. When thoy loft tho convent In 'Vir ginia tho Misses CnddaKtm Invited MIbb Iloylo to visit them In their northern home. This In duo time hIio did, but her family had Rot Into flnnn clnl dllllculllcB and the girl wns nnxlou...

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. — 13 November 1908

JrjPK 1 IN THE. LIMELIGHT wi&m , m , n him m AftcrHiifforliifr for seven s'enrst thlnwoiiiimvnH restored lohctiltli by Iij'dlftl3.riiiklinm'H VcRotnblo Compound. Jtcntl licr letter. Jlrs. Sallio Frondi, of l'nucnunln, Intl. Tor., writes to Mrs. l'lnklmm: "I lind fomalo troubles for seven years was nil run-down, and so ner toiis I could not do anything. Tlio doctors treated mo for dllTcrcnt troubles but did mo no good. Wlillo In this con dltlon 1 wroto to Mrs. l'lnklmm for ad vice and toolc Lydla 11. Mnhhnm'a Vcfjo tablo Compound, and I am now Btrong and well." FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydla K. Pink ham'a Vegctalilo Compound, mado from roots and horhs, lias been tlio standard remoily for fenmlo ills, and lias iositlvely cured tlmusandsol women who have- been troubled with displacements, in (lammat ion, ulcera tion, fibroid tumors, irreuularitics, poriodio pains, backache, that bcar-ing-down feeling, flatulency, indiges tion,dizzlneBH,or nervous prostration. "Why don...

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. — 13 November 1908

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS Published try Friday nt Cakkizozo Nkw Mmxico. KntefVl n aecond el matter Jnno I!. IWJfl.nt the poetHUee atCarrlioto, New Meiloo. ooder the Act of Mareh 3, 1171). INO. A. IIAI.KY, ... Kdltur. HUiwcaimuN iathhi 3ne Year 11.60 ill Month 11.00 Delegate Andrews' election in conceded by from five to seven hundred. It was a close shave in a total vote of 50,000. Of the three doubtful states re ported last week, viz : Maryland, Missouri and Montana. Taft gets the two latter and two of the votes of Maryland. President Roosevelt has prom ised to aid statehood ; the repub lican party has declared for it, and Mr. Andrews was elected for that purpose. The question that the people want answered, and that quickly, is, "did they mean it?" The democrats will gain three United States senators in the next congress. Chamberlain from Oregon, probably Kern, recently vice-presidential candidate on the democratic ticket, and a demo crat from Nebraska, all to suc ceed republicans. Is Joe ...

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. — 13 November 1908

PREPARATION OF GOOD SOUP. Tills -woman snys Hint after niontliB of Buffering Lyiliii JG. IMnklinin'fl Venntiililo Compound made her uh well uh over. Mautlo K. Forgic. of Lccsburg,Va., writes to Sirs. Pinklinm: "1 want otlicr Buffering women to know what Lydla E. 1'lnUlinm'n Vcrc tablo Compound linn dono for inc. For months 1 ituiTorcd from feminine Hit bo that I thought I could not live. J wroto you, nnd nftcr tnlctnfr Lydla E. I'lnkhnrn'a Vcgolablo Compound, nnd using tlio treatment you prescribed I felt lllco a now woman. I am now ntronfr, and well nn ever, nnd thnnk you for tlio good you lmvo dona mo." FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydla 12. Pink ham's Vegotahle- Conumuiul, niado from roots and Iiorbs, has lK'on tlio Btnudard remedy for femalo Ills, nnd 1ms positively cured thousands of women whohavo lcen troubled with displacements, lnllnminat ion, ulcera tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, that lmar-lng-down feeling, ilatulonoy, imllgcs tlon...

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. — 13 November 1908

ADDITIONAL LOCAL. LEGAL NOTICE. L. Wallace Holt, who lived at Lakewood, but was well known in the Capitan country as the president of the New Mexico Iron Mining Co., died in Roswell this week, fro'm a hemorrhage of the lungs. The writer knew Mr. Holt for many years, and regard ed him highly, Last Sunday was a red-letter day in the history of Audio, from a religious point of view. Brother John Skinner of this place went up there and preached the first sermon in that town. The meeting was largely at tended, people traveling many miles to be present. A union Sunday school was organized in the afternoon, Frank Gray, W. D. Gray M. S. Parker and P. C. Uaird spent sev eral days last week on a hunting trip near Gran Quivcra, The trip resulted in bringing down two stags, one of which weighed 250 pounds. The head of one was adorned with exceptionally flue antlers, standing 20 inches high with a spread of 26 inches. It was brought down at long range by Frank, and it is his in tention to have i...

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