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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 23 April 1909

Welch S: Titsworth New School Books As per List adopted by tlic Territorial Hoard of Kducatiou. Barbed Wire. Sash Doors, Glass, Paints and Oils. WINDOW GLASS. STOVES. Agents for Cooper's Sheep Dip. MeCall's Patterns Seed Oats, Seed Barley, Seed Millet, Cane Seed, Hilo Haize, Kaffir Corn. l'rices subject to change without notice. 7 c V. c V. n r. v. V. tn i WELCH & TITSWORTH. CAPITAN. The local survcyois liavc been Ungineer Fred Gilbert, of tlio J oh n 'A. Kuhus, night foreman lion. Joint V. Hewitt, of busy the lt week, surveying catt cud, ha taken a thirty-day at the romul house, is in 121 Paso White Oaks, made Carrixoo one laud located by new comers. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. l.schwitid, ivere in Cnrrizoxo Wednesday fr.un Qicurn. Fred Gray, a Kaunas stock "ow living' at Audio, was dealer, was in tb'a suction this Uirrizozo yesterday. wek, bargaining for uttlu. lay-off, and left Wednesday for this week attending a conclave of of his rare visits Tuesday. Don't 121 Faso. the Knights Temp...

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. — 23 April 1909

TO VARY THE MENU IDEAS HOUSEKEEPERS WILL FIND OF VALUE. Hot Qlngerbread with Whipped Cream Makee an Excellent Dessert How to Serve Sauerkraut and Ita Accompaniment. Hnvo you over tried hot glngorbteao sorved as a dessert with plonty of whipped cream on top? It tho Rln gorbrcad Is spicy and Iiub a fow raisins nddod It Is nn iniprovomont. Hot gingerbread Is dollclous for lunch, eaten with buttor and maplo sirup. If you llkn stowed tomatoes over mashod potatoca, n moro nrtlfltlc way of Burvltig your favorlto combination Is to put tho potatoes In n baking dish, pour ovor tomatoos which havo bcon previously stowed, cover with broad crumbs and brown In tho oven. Tho sauorkraut luncheon noed not bo drcadod If tho kraut has an onion cooked with It. This seems to kcop the odor from going through tho house, probably on tho homeopathta principle that ono bad smnll kills an other. , Sauerkraut xliuuld havo as accom paniments nothing but roast pork, mashed potatoes, thin broad and but tor and a ...

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. — 23 April 1909

Washington Will WASllINOTON In (ho social life of tlio nntlonnl cnpltal Vlro-l'resl-dent and Mm. Fnlrhnnks will bo great ly missed whon they leave Vnshlnn ton, which In expected to bo soon, now that Mr. Fairbanks' torm Inn expired. The FnlrbnnkB homo linn been n contor for tlio dtuicors and morn ovor slnco tlio tnll Indlnnlnn entered of ficial life hero. There Is n optilnr no tion that FalrbankH Ih cold and dis tant WnslilniHonlnns often wonder how this report got such widespread circulation. Kvvry day hundreds of visitors, most of ilium slRhtsoors, drop in for a fow minutes to boo tlio olllco of tho vice-president back of tlio son ate chamber Tho door Is always open and Mr Fnlrbnuks Is soldom too busy to greet bis cnllors, As a host Storers to Return Mil. AND MI18. HEIXAMY BTOllEll nro planning to return to Wash ington society. They nro having their beautiful homo on Uhodo Island nvo nue ronovnted, whore they will bo rondy to rocolvo their friends soon. It Is added that they will b...

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. — 23 April 1909

CARPET BAddims TOU THIJ TI3K RITOKIAL COURTS. A dispatch from Washington. 1). C dated April 20, says that despite the protest of the territo rial delegate to. congress, presi dent Tuft will appoint non-resident candidates to the four places vacant on the supreme bench in New Mexico and Arizo na. One of the appointees is to he special assistant U. S. attorney A I ford W. Coulcy who, however, has resided in Silver City the past year Tor health reasons, and is now at Las Cruccs, Southwestern Losc5, The celebrated damage suit against the 151 I'aso and South western Railroad, which tins held the attention of the court in El Paso for the past thirty days, came to a close Tuesday evening, tli" jury returning a verdict in fa vor of lSichcl and Wcichcl in the sum of $31,01)0. This suit originated on a con tract between the plaintiffs and the railroad company, wherein the plaintiffs were to furnish a specified amount of crushed rock at Tecolotc, this county, to the ! company, for use as balla...

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. — 30 April 1909

if 1 9f CARRIZOZO NEWS, A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 10 CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, APRIL 30. I'm NUMHER 12 PLAY BALL. The base bull season is on in full blast, so far as Lincoln coun ty teams arc concerned. Satur day dpi tan was tbc scene of a Miss Sclma Zicglcr, who mov proved to be not of the principuls be was turned loose. A TALHNTIil) YOUNG LADY. D. Wilson, an old-time puncher ! in this section, is in town today (from the Jornado. D. says that, i notwithstanding the dry weather! whic.i lias caused some loss to j rt, .. , !. i ' llBl,;" wtnc.i nas caused some loss io , i,,,,!,.,, conflict between the Capitan and jC(, froin Wliite Oaks to Trinidad stockmen on the Jornado, general ln,s,"eh!' Attorney A. II. Hudspeth of White Oaks was occupied with legal matters in Capital! during the past week, and is now at Ros- well in connection with the same Fort Stanton teams, in which the Stnntons went down to defeat to the tunc of 10 to 11. The gam...

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. — 30 April 1909

CARE OF UTENSILS PRACTICAL TALK ON ECONOMY IN KITCHEN. The Vvlue OF Poti and Pans Mutt Be Looked After If You Would Have Them Lait and Do Good Service Get Uest Ware, Tho object or thin brief Inlk In lo toll our lioiiHmnotliurH how to koop lintH ntnl kuttluB. grlil-llon and piuiH, In working ardor, ntnl bow to innko them liiHt u ri'iiRunublu 1 1 inn. To IiukIii with, (t kooiI wnro. Tlio cliuimy Iron vohhoIh Hint mithored grlinu mill mint ovor tho llroH kupt tip by our Krntiildithu8 Imvo boon iiiihIiciI iwlde by llubtor mid olcmior uIciihIIh of vurloiiH RorlR. Coppern Hint iiiiikI bo nn brlubt initHldo rm tboy worn within, mid untlii'icd unto thcniRolvoa nnirdorouu vordlrlH. If not donned bo foro ench iihIiik with pnlt nud RcnltlliiK vlne;nr wore ImiilHhrd, mid rlplitooiiH ly, Ions mm In favor of f-.nlvnnlr.cd, porcelain, mniilto, iikuIo Iron mid nlckul steel plated wnron Hint nolthor runt .nor KrooiMiinld. TIioho wnrua ii ro iir oiinlly kopl clenniiR Htono chlnn. nnd, If loan diirnbl...

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. — 30 April 1909

PHYSICIANS CURE SKIN WITH SIMPLE REMEDY Noted Eczema Specialist Comment! on a Proven 8peclflo for Sk'n Dlieaiei. Physicians ovorywhcro conllnuo UicIp jirnlHo for ordinary oil of wlntorgrceit lu a wondorful specific for ICcstoinaand otlior Itching skin (IIhoiihoh. TIiIh liquid, liui-u nnil clean as water, oxtornnlly np jillud Iiiib luitnnt effect. A fow ilrops on tho burnltiir. Itrliinir soro cmmrn In stant relief, nnil it short continued una ttlVMt H OOinilli-te cure. nr. C. fi. Unions nf Hllvrr City, Miss., If Mi mtlniKlnKtk' ci lion I tlilH remedy ). I). n. l'rr-scrlptlon tlmt ho oolnrc In 11 Icttor to the l. 1). I). Conipnny of CllfonKO tlmt IIiIh irrrnt rcmrily I nn itt-nr n ir lnc for i:-rmn n In iiilnlnc Inr liinliirlil. "I linvi- lll'l-Il II H I II If VOIIT i. I). I. for four yi-nr with Krutlfylntr results, writm nr. ikiiiihh. Tlifti-M firn I lintiHfltlilM f if otlirr tlllVSl- olMiin who imp l. I). 1). I'rrHt-rlptlon. tlio oil nf wlnti'rKrt'i'it Hpt-diir. I). I. D. cures nnil...

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. — 30 April 1909

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS t'nbllhtdTtrjr Vtldtj at Cahhizozo Nkw Mkxico. I'ntersil iu eeciinil iiun mutter Jnnn 12, lPOS.at the pnetotHr atCarrlinto, New Metloo, noder the Act of March 3, 187P. BUIWCIUITION hATHH 1 3u Year, . lit Month., II. W 11.00 I NO. A. IIALKV, K.lltor. AN INCOMB TAX Most democrats and many re publicans favor the enactment of an income tax law. Such a law was enacted in 1894, but declared unconstitutional by the supreme court, and most everybody under stands how that dieision was reached. The defeat, iu this manner, of the income tax fea ture of the tarriff bill of 1894 pro duced a deficit in the treasury. The opponents of an income tax arc the wealthy clippers of coupons, and their excuse, which has been advanced by their apol ogists, is that would authorize an inquisition into incomes that would result in wholesale per jury, just as though all classes of taxation was not inquisitorial; otherwise the burdens of taxa tion would fall wholly on the hon est. 'In England ...

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. — 30 April 1909

Front press dispatches It would1 appear that the good people of Oklahoma are having an inter esting time. Between Indian outbreaks, lynching bees, torna dos and cyclones, the lot of the Oklahoiuans can not be n happy one. PUBLIC NOTICE Public Notice U hereby given, that bids will be received by V. T. Crablree, president, and l L. Atkinson, secretary, of Corona, N. M., of the Hoard of Directors, ol School Diitrict No. 13 Lincoln County, N.M. for the purchase of School Uonds, to be Issued by !c.,i,..i nit.-i,. Vn it r.s fir-iii 11 r he Sultan of Turkey has been ' m , , I, ' S The Carrizbzo Bar. All Bonded Whiskey Port Wine .... Blackberry Brandy . Old Kingdom Hlendcd Whiskey SI. 75 per Quart. .SI) per (juart. ,50 per (Juart. $4.00 per Gallon. broth- tv of which satd District, the town :r put at the head of the empire. 0f Corona is situated, rhere ik little weeping outside of' The Uonds so Issued Vurkcy In tne overthrow of what'''' denomination of S5 dethroned and a younger cr T Turkey...

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. — 30 April 1909

3 ADDITIONAL LOCAL. The News is authorized to an nounce Hi at on the third Satur day iu May the people of Augus and vicinity will meet ut the Au gus cemetery, there to spend the day in improving the cemetery. The people of that community meet annually and devote a day to beautifying the resting place of he dead. The railroad has announced a rate of one fare for the round trip to El Paso Saturday and Sun day, on account of the baseball games to be played there on those days, between the Carrizozo and El Paso ball teams. The crowd will leave the Carrizozo depot on no. I Satnrday morning, return ing Suuday night on no. 2. A number arc figuring on accom panying the team to El Paso. Mr. and Mrs. Ucnjaman Do Boer and children were up from Oscuro Tuesday, and gave this office a pleasant call. These people are from Inwa. and have purchased the McCallum home stead near Oscuro. Mrs. De Boer was formerly engaged in the newspaper business in Iowa, and may reenter the journalistic field in New M...

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. — 30 April 1909

Welch & Titsworth w o 'A w Cn o o New School Books As per List adopted by the Territorial Hoard of Education. tl w o a W to H O O CO cj 1 W 53 O E- H cj Barbed Wire. 2 VTC Sash Doors, Glass, Paints and Oils. WINDOW GLASS. STOVES. Agents for Cooper's Sheep Dip. McCalPs Patterns Seed Oats, Seed Barley. Seed Millet, Cane Seed, Hilo Haize, Kaffir Corn. Prices subject to change without notice. V. o 14 n w f K H o WELCH & TITSWORTH. C A PI TAN. W. D. Gray accotnpauie I a ship ment of cattle cast this week. The usual weekly dnncc was (riven at the skating rink Wed nesday evening. He sure and attend the Great Children's Dress Sale at Zieglcr Bros, Monday and Tuesday. J. 13. Koncc, of Nogal, is in voicing the Speuce Furniture company's stock this week. 13d. Coe left for Fort Stanton this Veek, where lie will ie en giged for four or live mouths. Pete Skowi the harness maker, is laid up with the mumps. His shop will be closed in the interim. The Carrizo zo Cattle Ranch Co. shipped a tr...

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. — 30 April 1909

CARRIZOZO NEWS GAIUUZOZO NEW MEXICO Easy Road to Fame. At Oils season of thu year, "Inlroduc fiiK a bill" Is tho shortest of all romls lo fumo, dcclnrcn tho Lloston Trans crl pt. Any momber of n luwmaklng body, ntato or untlonnl, with sultnbla writing materials at hand may do tills. For Homu reason tho rending publlo takes tho act with tremendous serious ness. It Is not uncommon lo hear that "thoy nro going to do" so and so In Washington, or In tho legislature, and on Investigation It turns out that tho Indollnlto "they are" merely menus that Bonio ouo man tins Introduced n bill to mnko tho chnngo In question. This Is n very long dlstnnco from legislative ennctmont. Tho bills that will bo Introduced at this leglslatlvo sosston will run up Into thousands; tho number Involving Important chnnges that will ho nctunlly passed Is decidedly smnll, particularly in tho congress of tho United States. How cusy It Ik to Introduce a bill was IUub (rated by an experience of Senator Dlnlr. At tho ...

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. — 30 April 1909

NEW 8TRENQTH FOR WOMEN'S UACKS. How to Make a Dad Dack Detter. Women wlio suffer with bnokncho, bearing down pain, dizzy hiioIIh, mul Hint constnnt fcolliiK I of dullness anil tired-' nc'HH, will 11 ml hoiio In the ndvleo of Mitt. Mnry lllusnu of 21 Strothor Ht, Ml. Sterling, Ky. "Ilnd 1 not lined Donn's Kldnoy I'IIIh I ho- llcvo I would not bo living today," snys Mrs. HltiRun. "My oyeslKht wiu poor, 1 sufforod with nervous, nnllttlng hondachos, spots would danco before my oyos, and at Hiiiph I would bo so (llzxy t would luivo to grnsp sonic thing for support. My hnck wns bo weak nnd painful t rottld hnrdly bond over to button my shoes nnd could not got nround without HtiffcrliiK severely. flonn'R Kldnoy I'll In helped mo from tho first, mul I continued until prncll cnlly well tiRnln." Bold by nil donlers. til) cents n box, Fostor-.MIIhiirn Co., Huffnlo. N. V. THE VERY LAST. "I'm no dcllBhlod to see you, mnjor. I thought you hnd died " "Died, mndnm? That's tho Inst thing I'd do, nim...

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 April 1909

WANTS A OADUUR. Lincoln count' is known us a great badger country, and the fiercest species arc to be found near Capitau. For verification of this statement we would res pectfully refer to our executed friend A. C. Ringland. who at one time resided at Capitau, but who now makes Albuquerque his. home, which is the headquarters of this forest division of which ho is chief. The well knowu fighting qualities of the Capitan badger caused a gentleman liv ing in the western cud of Socorro county to write for a pair; and having heard that Welch & Tits worth handled all kinds of goods, gave them the order. They were not able to fill the order, but oth ers may have the desired goods, and the following correspondence is published so that some 'it our business friends may take advan tage of the proposition: Mogollon, N. M. Apr. 10, 1909. Dear Sir: I would like to get a badger for a light. Could you procure me one alive and in good condition? If so please let me know what you want for it and...

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. — 7 May 1909

CARRIZOZO NEWS. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 10 CAKKIKO'SO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, MAY 7, l'JO'J. NUMBER 13 JONRS TALIAFERRO DEAD. The sad intelligence reached Carruozo Wednesday evening that Jones Taliaferro had died that afternoon, at his home in White Oaks, from an attack of llright's disease. His friends here were unaware of his illness until he was at death's door. The funeral will take place today and the interment will be made in the Pythian cemetery at While Oaks this nftcrnoon at three o'clock, lie will be buried with Mas-nic honors, Carrizozo lodge A. l & A. M. conlucting the ceremonies. Deceased was a native of Illi nois, was past fifty years old and mime to this county in 1880, and had continuously resided here since that time. White Oaks has ' been his home all these years, with the exception of four years, 1885 to 1889, when he served this county as probate clerk and lived at Lincoln. The greater portion of his life in Lincoln c...

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. — 7 May 1909

BACKACHE 18 KIDNEYACHE. CARRIZOZO NEWS Usually There Are Other Troubles to Prove It. Tain In tho back Is pain In tho kid neys, in most caRcn, nnd It points to tho need of a apo dal remedy to ro llovo nnd euro tho congestion or In flnmmatlon of tho kldnoys that In In terfering with their work nnd cnuslnR, mm pain inni makes you say: "Oh, my hack." Thompson Wot kins, professional nurso, 420 N, 23d St., ParsoiiB, Kana., anya: 'Tor aomo tlmo I was nn noyed with sharp twinges ncross tho small of my hack and Irregular pas sages of tho kidney sccrotlonB. Slnco using Doan's Kidney Pills I nm frco from theso troubles." Sold by nil dealers. E0 conts a box, Fostor-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. INADEQUATE. CAIUUKOZO - NUW MICXICO Doctor Monk Did thoso muatnrd plasters that I left acorn to rcllovo tho pnlna In your cheat to nn; consider ablo dogroo? OBtrlch Well, no: I can't any that Uioy hnvo; but (npologotlcnlly) l'vo oaten only flvo of thorn I COVERED WITH HIVES. Child a Mate of Dreadful Sore, ...

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. — 7 May 1909

Hard to Qtt. Junior Partner I'm going to adver tise for mi honcHt num. Senior I'nrtncr Toll the nowipnpor people that wo want tlio "ad" to run for n year or two. New Orleans Picay une. A ticlmlt ncoh (Inrficlil Ten, tlio Herb laxative which tcgulalea tlio liver, rorrect conntlpntion and brinn Rood health and food spirit. Nino men out of a possible ten wear a sad look after they have boon mar ried a year. ONLY ONI1 "IHtOMO OHININK." That It I.AXATIVH IIIIUMO UU1.NINK. l-oo for 11m nlfnnlurn of V., W. UltliVK. Uled ttio World over loUureat'oldln UniUar. 25c. A man'a Idea of values depends on whether ho wants to buy or soil. Mr. Wlmlow' Muntlilne; Hyrnp. For children teetblna, tuflcai the Kurtii, reduce! In tumraillon, alley i pita, curat wind collu. Z3e a bolUo. Travol oxpands tlio mind, but con tracts tho pockotbouk. , . Vim Allmi'a l'oot-l'mB , . Careillred.nrhlng-.iweiitlntfleei. o. Trill pickifo free. A.rJ.Ulaittcd,l,olloy,N. V. It Is what It Is "crnckod up to bo," If It Is Ice. r...

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. — 7 May 1909

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS I'uhlUhcdtTtrjr frM; t Cakrizozo Nitw Mitxico. INO. At IIAI.r.Y, Keillor. AN INC0A1B TAX. Last week we made a statement lliat most democrats and many republicans favored an income tax, and quoted Senator Bailey, a democrat, who urged the incor poration of an income tax provis ion in the tariff bill now under consideration by congress. To bear out a portion of that state ment, we present this week a part of the congressional report in which Senator Borah, a republi can senator from Idaho, takes a stand for the income tax, and, in cidentally and infcrcntially, at tacks his own party for extrava gance and for failure to place the burden of taxation where it could be most easily borne. The sen ator asserted that Mr. Roosevelt favored the income tax method of raising revenue, as did also President Ta ft, Senator Borah took high ground in his argu ment, asserting that the wealth of the country should bear its just proportion of taxation which it does not do under a syst...

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. — 7 May 1909

IIUNTINO AND FISI1INO FEES Under an act passed by lite last legislature, rftul jit effect March 18, I WW, you i receipt i red to pro cure a license in order to tiunt-or li.ih. The fees arc as follws: Ills name, meaiiln ilmr and tnrkay,.ce. llnlll II.'X) Hint license. rMldcnt I.U) (la era Mean, corerlnR bill iranie and binie, resident I-V) IIIk KKtim license, nun resident !i.W lllrd license, non resident M mma license, reililant, alien . flint license, rMlileut. alien IUO lllnl license, non msldeut, alien lU.M) TrnaMir(atlin tiermlt, lira puna I.U) 1'ermlt (n traniiit out of t)i Territory, aaclnbwr - 210 I'ermll to ahlp out of thnTrriilory tutor Hah !. Duplicate license, certificate or ermtt.. I.U) All won residents o?er Uiae ot twelve ycere will I rcinired Ui iiy a Balling license of Any person may procure a hun ting license, by filing Itis or Iter aflidavit with the county clerk, the tcrrltoral warden, or any deputy warden auO prized to issue hunting licenses, stating name, age, hc...

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. — 7 May 1909

NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Scaled bids will be received by the school directors of school district No. 13, at Corona, New Mexico, May 1 1909, at 10 o'clock a. in. for the erection of a public school building, to be built of stone, which can be found from half a mile to a mile from the place where flic building will be creeled. Size of building to be 50x70 feet in the clear, two stories high; twelve feet in the clear from iloors to ceiling; hall way across building ten feet wide on ground iloor. Four rooms below, on first iloor; three rooms on second floor. Specifications and plans can be seen and examined at the resi dence of cither of the directors signed below. Bids to erect said building will be awarded to the lowest and best bidder. W. T. Ckahtkkk, Chairman, W. J. McAdams, P. L. Atkison, S-7-21. Directors. BUSINESS NOTICES. Poi Salk Some good cord wood. Sec II. S. CAMi'Uiai. 3-12. Prcsh lot of Perry's Seeds and Onion Sets. Carrissozo Trad. Co. Farm & Gahdkn Skkds. The kinds espe...

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