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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 12 March 1909

SHOPS FLORENCE QUAINT OLD PLACES ALLURING TO THE TOURI8T. Everything In City Is In Artistic or Clonic Form What You Find and How You May Purchase These Fascinating Crafts. Homo. Tho shuns of l-'loreneo nro wonderful, utilluliiK. unit numerous. Thoy glitter tholr uuhl mill Hllvur toys In tin.' upon fronlH of the llttlu bIiojih. established In the time of L'osmos Klrst, Hint aro net iilottiresuuoly on either slilo of the I'onto Veeehlo. Of till till) WOlilll'IH of this WOlllIurflll olil city of TiiHcany (IiIh old lirlilno Ih thu most provocative of thotiKhts of thu past Willi IIh glories. ItH crunl wars, Its deeds of blond mill of nuimnuo. Hlntiil liiK In Hid IokkI'i Ho three ecu I in 1 nrclicH frainu She ItiiiilBnntio llko pie lures. Thu HiuiKut sky Ih wonderful. Yon sen tho river winding sluggishly, now green, now yellow, mul tlio tall, stately buildings bordering "' Ai no. tholr grncoful iirnluw mid eolonnndoH Old Bridge at Florence. riding from llio wntur iih In Vonlco mill lioyom...

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. — 12 March 1909

. - J 1 Ml I II l M RAILROAD AND SMOP NOTES. Conductor Hale returned to his regular run a few days ago, after having recovered from an injury he received at Coyote some three weeks ago. The force at the shops is grad ually being increased. New men arc being added, and as business rmtinucs to grow the force will ajuii ansumc old-time proportions. Engineer Harris, who was in jured at Coyote three weeks ago, by having been struck by a wa ter crane, has returned to duty, and now pulls the throttle on engine 163. Engine 219, which has been in the shops undergoing repairs, was put into service Tuesday. Engine 176 is in the shops for repairs, but will be ready or duty in a few days. Additional engineers and crews have been put on the division be tween Cnrrizozo and Duran, to handle the increased business. There arc now ten crews on this division, and all of them going on full time. The round house and yards present a busy scene, especially at night. The average number of engines handled on...

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. — 19 March 1909

CARRIZOZO NEWS. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. : rfcrr -rr? VOLUME 10 CARRIZO,0, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, MARCH 19, NUMBER 3 OASTGRN END NOTES. Word lias reached Capitaii that ino.st of the goat breeders in the eastern part of the count)' have lost very heavily by the recent snow storm. Robt. A. Hurt, the county assessor, is reported to have only 120 left out of a llock of about 1600. John and Jim Hobbs of Ruidoso lost 1200 head. Hurt's and Hobbs' flocks were in the hills south of Ruidoso, and had been recently shorn. Frankl Mat n cy is reported to have lost about 400, Henry Fritz 250, Henry Stutz 350, and J. G. Rig trie about 400 head. These Hocks were in the vicinity of Lincoln. Tcolilo Slsncros of Hondo and Cruz Herrera of San Patricio lost about 250 head each, Othtr owners of smaller flocks report losses of about 50 per cent of their Hocks. Most of the animals lost had been recently shorn, and in huddling' together for warmth suffocated the weaker ones....

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. — 19 March 1909

CARRIZOZO NEWS CAmuzo-zo NEW MEXICO Free Publlo Lectures. It li not uncommon to hcnr cultivat ed men and women of middle ago la tnont tho decline ot the lycoutn system, which did much to ratio tho standard of taata and knowlodgo a goneratlon ago. Thero are still courses of public lectures and entertainments which en liven wlntor ovcnlngs In many small towns and In tho cities, but the old sys tem has changed Its characteristics and lost a mcasuro of Its Influence In Its place, howovor, has rlson something which may bo ovon inoro Important tho frco Iccturo courses malntalnod by many of tho larger municipalities, such as Now York, Chicago and Doston. Tho old lyceum Iccturo dealt frequently with philosophical subjects, and was usually delivered by sonio ono ot wldo reputation. An admission fco was charged, and the Illustrations, It thore wore any, and that wns not ofton, wore produced by tho magic lantern. Tho patrons woro drawn mainly from tho cultivated and woll-to-do. Tho modorn muni...

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. — 19 March 1909

AWFUL GRAVEL ATTACKS HERE 19 A FRENCH DAINTY. Cured by Doan's Kidney Pills After Yeare of Suffering. F. A. Rlppy, Depot Are., Qallatln, Tenn., Myi: "Plflwn years ago kid ney disease al larked me. Tho pain In my bark won no agonic Inx I finally had to give up work. Then came terrible attarka of gravel with acute pain and paasagea of blood. Id all I paaaod 25 atonei, some as large aa a bean. Nino years of thin ran me down to a Mate of continual weakness, and I thought I never would be better un til I began using Doan'a Kidney Pills. The improvement was rapid, and since using four boxes I am cured and have never had any return of tha trouble." Hold by all dealers. RO cents a box. Foster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo, N. T. The Rev. William t. Chapman ot Newark, N. J., thinks thai the uplift movement should be extended to the kltchep girl. "There Is no one." ha declarea, "I sympathlxo with so much as the woman who serves things upon dishes and then has to wash the dish es again. It Is the moat t...

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. — 19 March 1909

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS t'ubllliederj Frldr at Cakkizozo Nkw Mkxico. Kntoteil n iwecinil etaa matter Juno I!, llot.nl Ihi) IHMtoinrn nl.Ciirrlitijo, New Mexico, ntiiler thn Act of March . 1, IS79. HUimClllITION I..VTK8 t Ons Your. Mi Montln, II.SU 11.00 I NO. A, IIAI.KV, Killlor. IRISH NAMES. Nairn Mill lli mnnlrnl lilt of n troll tii tlilm, Name wllli a rnlllrkln' hwIiik aii' a nil I to tlilra, Nnmm will Ixxty ami ImnMan' aiuiul to tlilm Hlinro, an' they're poethry, ilarllnt antlinre) Njium wlit Ibe imill o' tlia iratlre an' wheat to tlilm, Name ld tlia otlor o' tllllLk no' iat to tlilm, Niimee with a lump i the turf lianplii' tweet to tlilm, Where can jet bats tblm, tlia whole world o'er? Namr will a floe dill Hibernian aheitn In llilm. Namei with the dewy ahamrocki cllnglu ween j Name wlthawhllTn' the honeettrntlieeatotblm, from it. nnnro, anil thej'riautitiil, darlint aitliorol Wnmca will the tatta o the aalt o the earth to tlilm. Naraca with the warmth o' the anehltthral hearth to t...

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. — 19 March 1909

UK Ik's ... Mtelrfa'UL Ld 4 V NOTICiJ 01' I'UUbICA rii.m. P. Dowih. Cltrlr IIUN. Hi Urn Dlntrict ('utUiunlr of l.lncr.lii.. : , lierinett T. Dlnitwnll, . i Heliim ('. Dlnnwiti. Tfnrilililiifomlriiit, Hrlmu ,(!. Dlnaunl), liii ISli niillHtil tlmtiioiilt Irf illrn'rii lil Uni ' rSlniMirril iiitninM. )'int In (lu Dlrlrlpi Oiirt 1 iftft llin I'miiil)- if Lincoln. 'IVrrllnry of Now j "$niri, lijr mlil IV-mirlt T DinicwHll, nlli-unw litiim innmi'llt Unit unlrm juil clitnr or i":nip tn t!) entrrtvl )o'ir niNnrniiro In mlil mil on or ' 4pninllinllni lnynf Slny, A t) IIV.I. if.-crin. J'lIU IIH.NKIWSO tllPtriii will Im rcmlorril II. II, llnmlltnii, Lincoln, New ili'ilcn. Allor ny ff.rl'lnltillir. II.IWl Notice of Publication. In llio Dinlrlrl Court. County of fttnroln. i No. IMV JMam. W. All tun, ' VN, M.Ul'IWlKT I'. AlMMR, TlimyilililefrniUtit, Mnrimrvt. V. Allium, In lii rilij-niitllloil Mini n nlt In cllvorm Um Imhmi illiinmiicHl nitainrt joii In llin lll.trlrl Cnutl for lliwrniwity of Lin...

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. — 19 March 1909

. Alto Items. One or tnc licavics snows lias f illcn that wc have had for twen ty years. It has fallen to the depth of 37 inchen since Sunday night (.7th), and Friday (12110 10 a. in. it is still snowing. This snowfall will put a fine season in the ground. The goat men have just shorn their flocks. This will stop farming for a time, though a good thing for both farmer and stockman. Mr. Grieg has returned from Socorro, and has commenced work on the Hightowcr mine. This mine will be shipping ore Boon. Mrs. J. W. Stephenson is ex pectcd home today from a visit to Texas. J. W. Stuart has gone to Ros well with his mohair. Frank Goodin, of Three Rivera, is gathering the V V cattle in this neighborhood. Mr. Rccdcr has rented the V V farm. Mis Ula Gilmorc is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. V. Tully, at Glcncoc. DeWitt's Little Early Risers arc the famous little pills, easy to take, sale, sure and gentle. Get Early Risers. They arc the best pills made. Wc sell them. Sold by Padcn's drug store. ...

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. — 19 March 1909

Welch S: Titsworth w o w New School Books As per List adopted by the Territorial Board of Education. t3 w o a t3 a t3 H O O i I tj W 5 O CJ H h cj Barbed Wire. Sash Doors, Glass, Paints and Oils. WINDOW GLASS. STOVES. .Agents for Cooper's Sheep Dip. McCall's Patterns Field and Garden Seeds. WELCH & TITSWORTH C A PIT AN. WGNT TO SEE PAT. The sons and daughters of Erin, living at White Oaks, con cluded to honor the cvictor of reptiles from the Green Isle, and some time ago sent out invita tions to the clans to gather at White Oaks on the evening of the 17th, the greatest date in the calendar. The invitations re ceived by the Irish in Carrizozo read: "Can yez attlnd a party and gincral divarsiou on Paddy's day in the aven in to meet Pat? Shure, 'tis wllkim ye'll be, and that heartily. R.S.V.P. av yez kindly plnssc, and so ftopin' to see ye pris- lat, jvAjntuain, Yours thruly, ThcComitay." themselves with a taste of the poteen by their own firesides, in memory of Pat. ing claims, lo...

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. — 19 March 1909

7 EXTERNAL REMEW FOR ECZEMA Why Salves Fall While a Simple Liquid Has Accomplished Thousands of Cures. It 1b now thoroughly established Among tho host medical authorities that eczema Is jnirply a skin disease, duo to a Rortn and curablo only through tho skin. It Is not a blood dlscnso at all; In fact, thousands of people duffer with skin dlncniio anil are Forioetly licnltliy ntherwlnc, anil tlioro oro jirnvo they havo no dlieaaod blood. Hmrnry mtlven ennnot renclt tho firm bcontiHo they lo not pene intn tlio Nkln. Tim only way to rvaah tho permit Is by means of a penetralia llntiid. Hitch a liquid ran bo obtained by aim ply mixing ordlnnry oil of wlntcrgrocn with thymol, Klyccrlno nnd other heal ing agent. TIiIh compound known as tho I). I). I). I'reMcrlptlon "tops tho Itch Instnntly and tho rures all niipcnr to be permanent. It might bo mlvliwble to speak to your drugulst about this. Awful! "Wo had such a protracted fare well," romnrked So-nnd-So, "that I lost my train." "You shoul...

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. — 19 March 1909

All Who Would Ettfoy good health, with Hi blessings, must un tlcrstsnd, quite clearly, that it involves ths qucttlon of right living with all tho term implies, With proper knowledge of what is best, each hour of recreation, of enjoy mcnt, of contemplation and of effort may bo made to contribute to living aright. Then tho urn of medicines may be dis pensed with to advantage, but under or dtaary conditions in many instances a simple, wholesomo remedy may be Invalu able if taken at the proper time and the California Fig Syrup Co. holds that it is aliko important to present tho subject truthfully and to supply tho ono perfect laxative to those desiring It. Consequently, the Company's Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna gives general satisfaction. To get its beneficial effects buy tho genuine, manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only, and for solo by all leading druggists. AND THEY'VE QOT ITI FAVORITE DISH IN HUNGARY. Ingredient That Qo to Make Up ths Succulent Qoulash. Flank stea...

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. — 19 March 1909

WW"- ' HOARD IN A HOTEL. There is a very nice young rail road man in this town who boards at a popular hotel, whom we will call B. B. Brown, but that is not his name. In an interview with the chief clerk recently the fol lowing dialogue occurred: "Say, Mr. Clerk, how many papers arc there in this town?" C. C "Two weeklies." B. B. "Now, Mr. Clerk, do you knov; how long I have been boarding in this hotel?" C. C "At a rough estimate I would say about six months." B. B. "All right. Now, dur ing those six mouths, as you can sec, I have placed my name on your register at least three times a week and twice on Sundays, and yet I have never seen my name in the paper. What's the matter?" C. C. "Arc you a subscriber to cither of the local papers?" B. B. "No; but I sec them each week." C. C "Now, say Mr. B if you wish to sec your name in the paper, take occasion to drop into the office, plank dowu a plunk and a half, and you'll sec your name in the paper "poco ticmpo." When you get married the ...

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. — 26 March 1909

r " frW" ---w ' jj-rjra p. vj n irfrrnTf.Tlfti I llEUHMBiimiHIHII r Bl 1l BTTMIHI T HH1 CARRIZOZO NEWS. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 10 CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, MARCH 20. I )(). NUMBER 4 I) I! ATM OP JA.MOS 0. UUULHSON IN GL PASO. Just !i6 wo wore going lo prcs- jnsl week there was a rumor cur rent in th in town, wliich we were Unable to verify, to the effect that J fm Burleson, known to most psoplt !" this county, had died !'u HI Paso, nftur three duys ill tiOSI. Later accounts confirmed the rumor to he only too true, and tlitit he died on Friday, March 10( of plciirn-pticumnnia. Junius O. Burleson was about 59 yours old, and had lived most of his life in the town ol Lincoln HOARD OP TRAIMI MUUTINd AT CAPITAN. An ndjnurned meeting of the Board of Trade of Eastern Lin coln County was held last Satur day, 20th i list. , at the Capitun. The following officers were pre sent: S. T. Gray, president; J. V. Tnlly, vice-president; Win. M. Fergus...

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. — 26 March 1909

CARRIZOZO NEWS CAimizozo NI3W MEXICO WILLIAMS The First Year of Marriage. One of thu problems that dovolop out sf that trying first year of married ex istence Is tlio equal adjustment of the imiiBumont question. To tho avorngo uinn, worn out with tho work and worry of tho dny, tired of tho babol of voices and confusion In which ho has tolled, and weary of trying to mako hlmsolf agreeable to thoso he must please, for business purposes, thoro seems nothing elso on earth bo desira ble nfl tho quiet and caso of his homo. Ho doenn't want to talk or bo talked to. Ho docHn't want to havo to force himself to smllo or to think, and least of all docfl ho want to forsako IiIb slip pers. Tho womnn, on tho other hand, says tho Now York Weekly, has boon shut up nil day In tho house, going through the deadly dull round of do mestic duties without Iho distraction of seeing n fresh face. 8ho has tolled In hor own way as hard as her hus band, and when night comes, she, too, fuels tho need of a chango...

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. — 26 March 1909

SEEKS PAY FOR LAND EX-QUEEN LIL OF HAWAII ASKS MONEY OF CONGRESS. It Child of Royal Line and Traces An cettry Back to Princess Who First Introduced Christianity Among Her Subjects. WnnhlnKton. Qucon Mllunhnlnnl. former ruler or (ho llnwallnn Islands, who la Htlll cndoavorliiK to collect from tho United HtnteB for tlio bo called crown Inml which becnino public property when this country took pos session of tho Islands nearly IG yoarH fiRn, appeared hoforo the hnuso com nilttco nti lawH iho olhor day to ttrno her claim. Tho former qucon hns aped a Krent deal In tho htHt few yearn nnd Ex-Queen Lllluokalanl of Hawaii. brond whlto streaks have appeared In her coal black hair. When tho queen wob dlapnsflosHed, What waa then known aa tho crown landB amounted to about 1,000,000 acrea. According to local residents these lands wore In no hciiho tho pro nrty of tho monarch, but belonged to tho atnto, nnd properly woro turned over ilrat to tho republic, then to tho United Stntcn, nnd thou n ver...

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. — 26 March 1909

H.iili.l i. i i i - THE CARRIZOZO NEWS t'ttiillahed erery t" r I it y at Cakuizozo Nkw Mkxico. Unterod na aecnnd olaaa ninlter June 12, nt Ih Itoatolltcn at Cnrrlznto, Now Meilno, under tlinAct of March:), 1S7P. HUHHdllll'l'lON I.ATICH. One Year. ...... II. M III Month. . 11.00 I NO, A. IIAI.KV, I'.illtor. GOVERNOR CURRY RESIONS. (iovcrnor George Curry sent in his resignation to President Taft, by wire, on the 22tl inst. The reason assigned for the governor') action was the refusal of the sec retary of thn interior to grant the governor permission to visit the nationnl capita! on matters con cerning territorial affairs, the secretary instructing the gov ernor to attend to the business by correspondence. Then, too, it is said, the governor felt piqued at press and public over his ac tivities in statehood matters, and tendered his resignation on the spur of the moment, without con sulting even hif closest friend". RUSK1NAL10N WITHDRAWN. President Taft sent Governor Curry a telegram on...

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. — 26 March 1909

"TUG CHBmtPUL LIAR." "the Cheerful War" will be given tlic Uth of April, as an nounced last week. The wigs and costumes have been ordered from Chicago and no effort will he soared to make it even better than the other play. A. full pro graitfmc will be given in next week's issue. At the close of the school the pupils will give the play, "Too Much of a (lood Thing," together with other work in the dramatic line. A CAUI) OP THANKS. We wish to express to express nur sincere thanks, through the columns of yours worthy paper, to the good people of Capitau and vicinity for their aid during the illness of our dear little baby who died on the 14th inst. Their many deeds of kindness and words of sympathy did much to miti gate our deep sorrow and we shall always feel under lasting obligation to them. Sincerely, 'l AND MltS. K. J. COWAHT, i)iii.n, N. M. ESTUAY NOTICU. Anyone who has lost one bay marc, about 14 hands high, about 7 years old; both hind feet white; brandcl A on left shoulder, sla...

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. — 26 March 1909

Probate Court Notice. In tlx" matter of the Lnt Will nnd Tontninent nf Francleco Vlwil, decuaid. In the Pmlinte Court, within mid fur Lincoln County, Territory of New Mexico To All I'ereona Whom It Mny Concerni Yon Mid each of nt rii urn hereby notified Ihitt thorn wn tiled In tlin Probata Court, within mid for Lincoln County, New Mexl-o, on Mam. day, the lat day of March, A. 1). IK'.', par purporting to bo tho Lut Will BtiilTeatameiitof VrHiiolnco VlnM, decanted t nnd that ald I'moato Court, lifter hnvlutfexnmlno land rami mild pn. iht writing purporting to lie the taut Will nnd '('MlMitianl t,f Vraiiitluu, Vlirll. itMintl. Html Miimlny. the 3d ilny of Mny, A. I) 1W, the mp being me nrm nay in me regular ihjt, ,i. 1) UMMerin of Uio rrounte court witntn unit for Lincoln County. New Mexico, thiidiy on which the ImI Will nnd Te.tntncn tot FiuticUco V1...I ......1.1 I.. .....I..1...I V IH1I wi un ,if ifitii;,. Now t uoretnre, you mm ecu or you nro nereoy iiiitlflml that Mild i in our 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. — 26 March 1909

5" our affairs was controlled by men who ItaU no intention whatever of honestly performing lueir d li nes, but were si in ply out to make spectacular reputations for them selves, It incidentally umy have of his ability to discredit me with the president and to lend credence to tne charges wlncn Judge Fall so strenuously deplores, that New Mexico was recktiig with land I rands, which charges, as is ad. been made to uiugnlty Mr. Bur-untied by Judge Kail and Ins sum's pose as a victim oi purse-1 Irieuds, nave had much todo with' cuuoii. Lie statement is not in our iailure to secure statehood, accord with Hie tacts. 1 was not This may be the kind of 'states aware before that 1 had declared manship' Mr. Kail admires. The Mr. Uursum a defaulter. The kind ol statesmanship which dis investigation of the penitentiary , regards every consideration of accounts, which resulted in a re- the public weilaru in an elTort to port subsequently published, was perpetuate the political control made by m...

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. — 26 March 1909

A DWELLINU UURNS. I.I. Cavender lost his dwelling nnd practically nil its contents, by fire, Tuesday morning about ton o'clock. Only the sewing ma chine, ti feather bed and n chair were saved. Mrs. Cavcudcr and her mother were sewing in the front room, when Mrs. Cavcndcr had occdsion to go to the kitchen to look after some victuals she was boiling for dinner. Opening the kitchen door, she found the walls lilamc and the room full of smoke. The open door created a draft, and the Haines rapidly en veloped the building, which was a frame structure, and there was no time to save other articles of household furniture, other than those mentioned. The total loss of house and contents is estimated at SI, 400, and had insurance to the extent of $800. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. All able bodied men over the age of twenty one years arc sub jeet to a poll tax of one dollar for the support of the public schools of the territory of New Mexico. After February 1st. l'JO'J, this tax is due and payable. This...

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