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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 13 August 1909

A Railroad Experience By CY WARMAN "Why, damn you!" said he dcllber. atoly, "I thought I put you off at Sha-wana." lUopyrlKht, by J. Dick Haynos Introduced tno to Fnr loy. "Jnck," said ho, "this la my friend; bo Rood to him, and G-od will bo cood to you." Farley turned n kindly, sunny face upon me, nnd mndo mo wolcomo to tho town. Ilaynea had a main Hnu passenger run. Fnrloy wns running freight over the hill where n rond had Just boon opened. Farloy wns fairly drunk. In those days tho company had to do tho beat It could to gut freight ovor tho road. Presently tho caller camo Into tho hotel and lack signed tho call-book, whoro ho was put down for accond 21, which wns to leave at 0:20. It wns thon 5:30. "Will ho bo aobor In CO minutes?" I asked, when Jack had steamed Into tho dining room to havo supper. "No," said Dlckj "ho won't bo plum aobor In CO yenra, but he'll go out and como In on time." "Can ho run a train with a load llko that?" "Well, ho can tnko tho tram orders to tho engin...

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 August 1909

IMIIIIIIIIIIIll I " 1 1 in 5r K LOTS OF CALLFEW FACTS. Elsewhere in this issue will be found a communication, signed by J. V. Laws and J. J. Aragon, as officers of flic so-tallcd tax payers committee of Lincoln county. A perusal of the article displays the existence of an abun dance of gall iu the men who at tached their names to it; its venom and vituperation arc evident and its pretended statement of facts create surprise in the minds of honest men that such men as the two mentioned would lend them selves to such a proposition. As to the statement that Coun cilman Hewitt "sanctioned" the passage of a bill in the council, ceding to Socorro county a "fine tract of grazing laud, consisting of 270 square miles, in which there arc several' large sheep and stock men who pay quite consld crablctaxcs, for 18 square miles of lava bed in the Mai Pais coun try,' besides paying to Socorro county $11, 000, we have this to say: The strip of land ceded to Socorro county, as shown by the map, is ...

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 August 1909

Statement Of tho Condition of 1MIE EXCHANGE BANK Cauki.u.o, N. M., til tlm eloo of business, June 31), 1'J. HfcNOUItL'MI litNTtW fiml KImmiiiiiIb . . . tlVMSM iteil ifclulis l'linillmi hihI Klx. Urns ...... lV.IU.lh tftuhnn.l 8llii HmIiuhuh . . 8l.syi.ee I.MIItl.lTIMH ttV.I.Ifil.TB I wjjiuu ill. DUX 0ntIHilBI(M3k . . . UwNHilul Prom .... l)e.i"H DuoullMr lldiikit .... !I.Ht.7H I, Ouo. L Ulrick, Vice Presi dent of the ul.ovc-nuuiud Hunk, do .solemnly swear Hint the above SKit.-iiioiK is uuu to tliu best of my knowledge and belief. CiHO. j. Ul.UICK, Vice President. Correct Attest Jurter.-ion Waynolds"! ... .. . fie.,. I,. Ulrick f ,),rclur- Subscribed and sworn to liefore ma tliis 1st day of July, l'JO'J. seal Wm. M. K'ltu.v, Notary Public. FOR TRADE Wanted to trade Angora does for gentle work team. Must be gentle and true pullers. J. W. STUVKNHON. Kuidoso, N. M. Don't be deceived by iiuitatior.s of DoWitt's Carbolizcd Witch Hazel Salvo, When you ask for De Witt's be sure to get it. T...

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 August 1909

ADDITIONAL LOCAL. C. K. Hooker, postmaster and justice of tli c peace at llotiito, spent several days this week. Ready for You! Home special bargains during June in ladies' and gentlemen's Oxfords, men's straw and crash liuls, child roll's suits, and ladies' parasols. Carriscozo Trading Co. II. II. Kris, representing tlic Jil Paso Herald, was in this city yesterday in the interest of that publication. Mr, Fris says the Herald has the cleanest subscrip tion list of any paper they carry no dead-heads. We have recently received sev cral cars of line first-cutting al falfn which wc are offering cheap by the ton or single bale. The Carrizoso Trading Co. A bolt of lightning struck the O. L. Henry residence Sunday nflcrnoon. ripping off n portion of the kitchen and shuttering the glass in the windows. Fortun ately the tfiegler family, who were occupying the building were temporarily sbscnt; otherwise it is difficult to say what the result would have been. Fall Styles are in ! The Spcncc Fu...

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. — 13 August 1909

Nutlet of Publication. Dentin tiu'tit (if lli" Interior. U. H. ImihI Olllriuit lliwwiill, N. M.. Jnlr I. inn. Null l Iiiti liy nlvni 11ml Miitl (llliinif, nf IMi, N. M, win), mi Ninrmli.T 7, trl. iniulc llllinil..ii. Hnlry Nil. ill 17. Hr. N'. If"!, fur iji ItM NWU mill V NKU. Si-mlnn i, Town. luH, IIuiikm CI (:, N A'.!', iiinriiliiin. Iiiw JllfM illMli'M nf iiitiilliMi In iniiku limit llvi-)iir nflff liiKtiililli.li lOnlm IhIIim limit nliim" ilc IfHla-il, liiifuri. Cl.'iiniit lllulilnwir, UiiIihI Hiiiim ( .initn ilnii.T. ill lil iiIIIpii In l'nillnli, .ViAL, mi llm isili.lio uf Sniiiiiiilmr, li. Juilliiniil imiim-ni wiiiim: (lijiituii llnu.-it. I'lmrnw llnrri'll. A.. I. (Illmnri', JIBIti.l liiK.iillor Alt... S. M. WWlt T. 0. Ttl.UITHON. KcKltllT. Notice (or Publication. D.niiirlmchl nf tin1 Inlrrlnr. U H. I, mil Olllrn nt llmwell. N.M J H n 111. IMM. Nnllni l lior.'lijr ui vim ih.it lluiiilil W. Munch nuj, nf lllclninlMiii. N M.. who. on April 19, IIUI. iniulu llniuiHln.nl Itntry C...

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. — 13 August 1909

Against Removal of the County Scat. The Carrizozo Chamber of Commerce is now pleading with the taxpayers to make for them a town like Albuquerque, a town like Koswell, a town like Alamo gordo, etc.. They invite corre spondence) and state that they will do all in their power to lur nish accurate information. Hut let us see how these representa tives of Carrizozo work to the best interest of the taxpayers. At the instigation of the boosters of Carrizozo, Councilman Hewitt made or sanctioned the passage of Council Itil! No. ll'J. Sections 1 and 2 of this hill as given on page 320 and J127 of the Sessions Acts of l'JOH saddles upon the taxpayers of Lincoln county Si 1,000 in bonds bearing interest lor 30 years, and transfers from the northwestern portion of the county a line tract of grazing laud consisting of 270 square miles in which there are several large sheep and stockmen who pay considerable taxes, to Socorro county for 18 square miles of lava bed of the mal pais country west of ...

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. — 13 August 1909

jJHM faM i imwn i ii I MiMii II II ii mm mm i m i- inw 1 - i i- i - " Welch S: Titsworth w o w o o a () w o a w H O O CO I I w a o cj E- a Wholesale and Retail General Merchandise o o f w o w o o a o a o w 64 w H i O WELCH & TITSWORTH C A PI TAN. If so, wc must plead A Sample of " Fair Play." . friend? "The Carrizozo Nitws, which guilty, is uwncd by Mr. McDonald and As to the Nitws being the the editor of which is the mouth- mouth-piece of the Carrizozo piece or the CarrLozo booatcrs," "boosters," na our opponents arc is a fair sample or the statements wont to term the Inhabitants or in the Laws-Aragon article. It this section, wc would simply ask may be that the editor of this the people to study the columns paper has been indebted to Mr. of the Nitws the past few weeks, McDonald for financial favors in and if the opposition has not the past, as he might have been used aa much space as have the to iiiiuiv friends in Lincoln cnuti- Carrizozo boosters. Wc would ty, but wc are wil...

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. — 13 August 1909

CARRIZOZO NEWS carmzozo NEW MEXICO ALL PARTNERS IN BUSINESS Boiton Store Hat Come to the Ex treme In Development of Profit Sharing Scheme. .Voflt sharing, which In America Is frtunlly an experiment, has been In practical application for n quarter of n century In England. Tho number of labor co-partcrnlshlp societies thoro roio from 15 In 1883 to 112 lnnt year, with an IncrcaBo In btifllnoBB from 1800,000 to about 120,000,000. Tho South Metropolitan Company last year divided 1180,000 among Its employes, tho equivalent of n Hovcn and one-half per cent, dividend on their wages, and In 18 years It has distributed 12,100,000 to workmen as their sharo of tho profits. Six Eng lish gas companlos adopted tho prollt sharing plan during tho year. According to Moody's Magazine, Mr. Carncglo saya that n Hoston storo has gono furthest of all In "tho direc tion of making Its employes share holders." This establishment, he says, employes 700 to 000 men, tho capital stock Is hold only by em ployes a...

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. — 13 August 1909

IN THII FAR-DISTANT OH IE NT. The above photograph taken In the Interior of China shows a nallvo giv ing her pet bird a bath In the river. The bottom of the cage Is removed while the cage Itself Is In the water; thus, whllo the bird Is still held captive, It Is en abled to bathe to Its heart's content and to Its great enjoyment. RAREST COIN FOUND Two Gold Pieces, Only Ones Ever Struck Off Discovered. Issue Was Planned at Request of Call fornlans But Never Was Au thorized by Congress Sell for Record Price, Now York. Coin collectors nro talk ing of nothing but tlio two unlquo United States cold coIiib of B0 de nomination, which woro purchased by William II. Woodln of this city at the highest premium aver paid for n rare coin. Those D0 gold pieces nro regarded by collectors as the rarest coins In the world, and woro much nought after. Woodln only securing them aftor spirited bidding, which ran nbovo tlio provloiiB record for high premiums, mado when a llrashoar gold dtibloon was sold f...

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. — 13 August 1909

1 Big Clearing Sale. Ladies' Summer Waists, Wash Dresses' and Skirts, For the next 10 days We will close out the remainder of our Summer Waists, WasTi Suits and Summer Skirts at a great reduction. A Discount of 25 & S3ls per cent. Will be given on every Summer Waist, Suit and Skirt in the House. . . . . . Don't miss this Great opportunity to buy up-to-date first-class Goods at slaugh ter prices. Nothing reserved. Must bo Closed Out before August 1st. Carrizozo Trading Co. "The Store where Quality and Price Meet." The Exchange Bank, (arrizozo, New Mexico.- Transacts a General Dunking Business Issues Drafts on all Principal Cities of the World. Accords to llorrowcrs every accommodation consistent with safety. Accounts aolicitid. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. The Best IJrands of BOTTLE AND BARRIL WHISKIES. THE STAG SALOON jtSElPP'S BEER.jt GRAY BROS. Props. BILLIARDS AND POOL. Choice Cigars. Stc rftf rf Stoves and Kanycs. Builders' Hardware. 1 N. B. TAYLOR & SONS Blucksmithin...

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. — 20 August 1909

IP Carrt3030 IRewe. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 10 CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, AUGUST 20, 1909. NUMBER 28 CARRIZ0Z0 WINS BY AN OVERWHELMING MAJORITY. .In last Tuesday's election, on tlic question of the removal of the county scat from Lincoln to Carrizozo, 1513 votes were cast, of which Lincoln received 614 and Carrizozo 8')'), giving- Carri zozo a majority of 285. The of ficial canvass of the vote will be made by the commissioners next Monday; and, as there were only two candidates and little room for confusion, it is believed the official count will correspond with the figures given. The following table allows the precincts, the number of votes cast and how they were divided: No, Name. Lincoln. (Jarrliuio. 1. Lincoln, 150 16 San Patricio, Los Pallas, Picacho, Ravcutdn, Richardson, Jicarillu, White Oaks. Capitan, 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Ruidoso, Nogal, lionito, Corona, Carrizozo, Oscuro, .Totals, 14V 77 37 40 16 14 5 ...

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. — 20 August 1909

CARRIZOZO' NEWS CAimizozo NEW MEXICO Isn't It nbout tlro for tho youna Russians to show themselvcsl Thoro nro Btlll somo pcoplo who won't boost If thoy cnn't knock. Civilization litis Btlll n Brent work to do In Asiatic Turkoy. Good followB do not always prove tho best judges. Lot us nt lenst disarm tho bad man who cnrrlcs n hlp-pockot gun. Tho husbnnd's question: Why did you get that hnt? Tho fatal gift of beauty Is not hurt ing tho now Biiltnn. Tho angel of ponco Is In n constant Btnto of npprohonslon In Turkey. Lot us hopo that penco has boon Blvon tho ImpotUH It desorvos. That villain of n tsotso fly makes our common fly look llko n housohold pot When womon got tho ballot will tlioy oxpect trading stamps to go along with It? In tho fnr cast It's a wlso country that knows what revolution It Is tho fathor of. London's tnxlcah chargo Is 1G conts n inllo. With us It's apt to bo what tho tnxlcabby thinks wa'vo got. Now thru tho United Btntos has shown tho world Its now navy, It enn a...

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. — 20 August 1909

if, Mi WHAT WERE THEY THERE FOR ! HOW TO MAKE FINE BISCUITS Reporter's Seemingly Superfluous Question as to Happenings at Cabinet Meetings. Postmaster Uunurnl Moyor la of a Hurloim turn of mind, but ho has a bit of humor In IiIh mokoup, novcrtlioloBS. Doing looked upon as tliu shrowdoat polltlclnn In tho prcnldont'a cnblnot, ho Ih tho objective point for nowapapor correspondents on cnblnot dnys. Last week uh Mr. Meyer umorged from tlio Whlto House n nowspapcr man asked: "Mr. I'oHtmnHtur tlonornl, can't you give iih Bonio iiowh about tho cnblnot meetings?" "Tlioro ronlly Ih nothing to uny," re piled tho cnblnot olllccr. "Wo dis cussed nothing of cspectnl Impor tnnco." "Do you menn to any you did not dlsciiBB pollllca?" tho nowHpnpcr man itucrk'd. Tho poatinnatur gonornl burst Into Inughtur. When ho recovered tils us ual auronlty ho antd: "Do you Buppoao wo woro nil muz zled?" HANDS RAW AND SCALY. Itched and Burned Terribly Could Not Move Thumbs Without Flesh Cracking Sleep Impossible...

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. — 20 August 1909

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS I'DlillnlieUf terjr Krldir l Cakkizozo Nkw Mhxico. Kutnrnil ii ihwoiiiI otiuw innttnr Jiitxi 13, lKJH.nl tliu iHHtnllirn nt Ciirrlinto, Now Mmlcu. utiiler tl Act of Mitreh:i, HUHBdllllTlON ItATKHi Duo Yimr. ilx Muutlii, II.MJ $1.00 I NO, A. II.YI.KV, Killtur. A special election was held in this couuty Tuesday for the pur pose of deciding whether the couuty scat should remain at Lin coln for at least another ten years or be transferred to Carrizozo. The result proved that a major ity of the voters favored the change. Strong feeling was mani fested on both sides. The re turns from the different precincts proved that the people outside of Carrizozo could have almost curried the election without the assistance of Carrizozo, Nothing remains now but to throw away the hammer, bury the lmtcliet, and all fall into line and help for the general good of Lincoln coun ty. The town of Lincoln will lose little or nothing by the change while the couuty, gener ally speaking, will ...

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. — 20 August 1909

UBg. as mude w) when a M I, of Ok- f) raveling ($ A MderB Brigham Young. An Important arrest was at Capitan last Monday, w man named fec Luttrell lalioiiiii, who has been traveling over the country picking up wives was captured. Deputy sheriff Littleton, of Yukon, Oklahoma, whoso, daughter he married and, deserted, has hccit trailing him for two months. lie came to C.irrizor.o Sunday, and enlisted the services of Deputy Leo Os wald, to whom he described the man wanted. Hoth went to Ca pi ta n Monday; Littleton remaining under cover while Oswald scout ed around looking for a man fill ing the description. He located him in the livery barn, placed him under arrest, and turned him over to Littleton, who took him to Autarillo that evening, where he is under indictment for bigamy and where he will have his first trial, It is alleged the accused has four wives, and mabc more, among whom arc Ucrnicc Shu IT, of Dallas County, Texas; Miss Prcscot, of Amarillo, Texas, and Grace Littleton, of Y...

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. — 20 August 1909

LINCOLN COUNTY NORMAL The Lincoln county normal opimcd its session Monday of this week in the public school build ing, Prof. John Milne, of Albu (ucr(uc, built-in charge. There arc tweutvone teachers in at tendance and much interest is be lli); manifested. The following are the teachers in attendance: L. M. Mathis Capital! Samuel Kelsey, i..Nogal Howard W. Hall, . . . .Carrizozo Mrs. Irene Peters Lincoln Miss Jennie I'cppiu Lincoln Mrs. Elizabeth Guiiiui Carrizozo Miss Elsie Mouutz Carrizozo C. L. Kennedy, Carrizozo Miss Carrie Worthington, .... Kuidoso Miss Alda Auglin, .... Mt. Park Miss Mary Adams, Corona MissCallie Thompson . . . .Corona Miss Annie Henslcr, . .Carrizozo Miss Pearl Tavlor . .White Oaks Miss Maggie Gallacher, ,, ,, Miss Cherillc Wells. . White Oaks Miss Cora Kelly Carrizozo Mrs. G. W. Smithson,. . . .Capital) John Henley Nogal Miss Kula Collins, Carrizozo Miss Murgucrittc Moodcy " HEADLIGHT SALOON, fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. GREEN RIVER WHISKEY. An Ucte Dcito...

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. — 20 August 1909

Welch Sc Titsworth Wholesale and Retail General Merchandise o WELCH & TITSWORTH. C A PI TAN. fVJ Mr. G. A. Uush, of Audio, left On Monday morning- August Wednesday night for El Paso on 10, a baby girl was born to Mr, business. and Mrs. William Whittiugham Chas. Williams and daughter, of this town. of Audio, are quite sick with We are still selling some choice typhoid fever. 15 and 20c light ginghams ut 10c . r r n us IoM as they ,ast Xlejfler Will Craig, of Capitan repre- jjr09i " J sented Lincoln in this precinct Rld, Ilust wns (Iown from hls on ulcctlon lujr' mountain ranch Wednesday on A big dance will be given in lntsncs8 an. t0 fitl(l out how lhc Wutmore hall tounrrow evening, ccction wcnt. -1st Inst. Nuj,orSt of Oscuro, drop- See the new fall clothing Zicg- , , low Wednesday to con- ler IJros. are recicving now. 1 . , . ... J ... b gratulate the citizens on their John Y. Hewitt, of White Oaks p0piar victory, visited Carrlzozo Wednesday and f ,, , , , Thursda La may was dow...

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. — 20 August 1909

FOR BEST RESULTS IDEAS ESPECIALLY ADAPTED TO BAKINO DAY. Recipe for Oatmeal and Fine Browr. Bread Cream Puffs and Cream Filling to Be Made In the Home. Delletoua Oatmeal Bread. Into your bread pan put thrco cupfuls of un cooked rollod oats, two tablospoonfulB lord, two-thirds cupful of brown sugar, ono-thlrd cupful of molasses and n llttlo salt, thon pour over all tlireo cupfuls cf hot water, and lot stand until lukownrm. Havo ready ono yeaBt enko dlsaolvod In ono cupful of warm wator. Put this Into tho mlxturo when ready, then add whlto flour and mix tho somo as for whlto broad. It takes about n quart of flour. Lot it rlso like whlto broad, and bako very slowly three-quarters of an hour. This Is vory healthful and nutritious. Fine Brown Bread. Ono bowlful of Indian moal, ono bowlful of ryo meal, ono bowlful of sour milk, ono largo cupful of molasBos, ono tcaspoonful of soda dissolved In tho sour milk nnd ono tablcspoonful of -salt aro tho In Brodlonts called for. Qroaso a two-quart...

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. — 20 August 1909

VTHE PRIVILEGED CLASS. HER FRIENDS WONDER How Mrs. Kesster Was Rescued from Almost Certain Death. Few havo lived through such trials and Buffering from kldnoy dlseaso as "nut, Minna, you shouldn't flirt with nil tlio mon na your nro doing I Ito mombcr you'ro not marrlodi" Here'i a Qood One. A friend of inlno told 1110 ot n curi ous oxporlonco. Ho was carofull) stalking n big bull elephant In n Inrgo liurd, whon thuy got IiIr wind, nnd n 1)Ir cow olophnnt charged him. Ho Jumpod behind a lnrgo trco as tho olophnnt reached him, nnd, bolng un ublo to stop horHoir In tlmo, tho olo phnnt drovo her ttiBks with such forco Into tho trco thnt thoy Biinppcd oft closo to hor bend. Tho clcphnnt was flttiuncd for n moment, but llcklly turned nnd gulloped nftcr tho fust ro treating herd, lcnvlng lilm tho posses Bor of Bomo 80 poundB of Ivory, valued ut nbont ?2G0. Clrclo Moguzlno. A Youthful Idea. "Seo, my son," snld an enthusiastic paront, nnxlous to ImprcBB tho beau ties nnd resources ot nnturc,...

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. — 20 August 1909

ft Mewlty'i Etcw&n. Between eighty and ninety Car rlzozo "boosters'1 at 8:30 Monday morning boarded the train for Capitan. All wore neat badges inscribed "Vole for Carrizozo for the County Scat." The trip over the Indian Divide is a beautiful one, cspccinllj at this season. The scenery enroute is grand, towering mountains above and deep chasms beneath. The train winds its tortuous way through narrow gorges, over steep trestles and around sharp curves; then, at a snail's pace, climbing high grades as it slowly works its way towards the summit; then, with brakes set, sliding down the steep mountain until it reaches its ter minus at Capitan. On the occa sion referred to, however, the train was too heavy for the pow erful compound locomotive, and it was unable to haul it over the summit. The train was cut in two, the engine taking one-half of it over the hill, and then re turning for the other half. In the meantime the passengers had alighted and amused themselves according to taste...

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