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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 17 September 1909

A CHEERFUL GIVER By Lucy (Copyright, by J. 11. It wns recreation period of Friday afternoon nnd Frederick Wllllnm flat eating a ginger Hiinp. Across tlto alslo Mario Schaofcr of n goodness nnd nentncBs rlviilliiR Frederick Wll llntn'H own was oatlng n bun. Annn Knronlna Bat bcsldo her. Anna did not havo any lunch, nnd fllio wns wishing It wns on npplo ns then sho would got tho coro. Sho had not had any dinner cither, for when bIio had gotten homo that dinner tlmo It was to And tho door locked nnd liar niothor out for tho day. She had spent tho tlmo till tho afternoon session In fol lowing tho dog-cutcher's wagon. Hho had also gotten In tlirco lights, and therefore sho may be excused If sho sat very cloto to Mario and looked hungrily nnd rudely down Into her mouth as she nte. Mies Lucy was writing at her desk and Hum O'llollly wns rubbing off the board. Hum O'llollly, being tho big gest boy In tho class, often "did things" for Miss Lucy. Thnro was al ways n glnmor nbout "doing things...

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. — 17 September 1909

Bcbavier. When should wc begin to leach children good behavior? Wc should teach it to them by inher itance. Wc should ourselves be have so well that our children should learn it by following our example. Kindness is a safe rule for gen tle manners kindness, combined with thoughtfulncss, The pcr Bon who is kind and thoughtful is never very rude, Children should be thought to respect other children's feelings at school. Here wc And some times a fine display of selfishness. They should be taught to respect their teachers. If he or she is so ill-behaved that you think they cannot, just stop them from school. No parent should speak of the faults of a teacher in the presence of a pupil if they intend to continue their child at school. Kcmcmbcr that no one is perfect save the Great Teacher of teach ers, Christ. It is not merely the the lifting .of the hat, the graceful bow, or the soft-toned "thank you," that is true politeness. Wc can do all that and yet totally disregard the sensitivenes...

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. — 24 September 1909

1 Cattt3030 IFlews. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 10 CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY. NEW MEXICO, SEPTEMBER 24, t'JO'J. NUMHKK 33 TUBLIC SCHOOLS OPEN. The Carrizozo public school opened Monday, with four teach ers u I their desks. The enrollment went beyond 200, and this has ben considerably increased dur ing the week. E II. Chapman is principal, mid will have charge of the up per gra les and the high school department. Miss Elsie Mount, handles the intermediate grades, Mrs. Elizabeth Ouuitit the pri mary, while Miss Antic Hensler uonducts the school south of the railroad. The enrollment is so large that the board finds it necessary to employ a fifth teacher, and hopes by next week to lighten the bur den of the teachers in the present COURT WILL BE HELD AT CARRIZOZO. Pursuant to call, the citizens of the town met last Saturday night to hear the report of the committee, which had been ap pointed at a previous meeting to secure a building in which to hold the ...

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. — 24 September 1909

HUGE PROJECTS 'l'h o rcmnrkablo achievements of our ulster American republics In Ir rigation ami reclamation demonstrate forcibly thu Importance nuil progress of these nations. Thulr far-reachltiK work, both pnHt nml present, In this lino of mntcrlnl development of tbclr vast areas and limitless resources ns InnlslicB thu average limn and Is llttlu appreciated throughout thu United Stntcs. What tlii;y Imvo done, nro doing ami Intend to do rival the most am bitious schemes of HiIh country and nmko us ndtnlro tholr enterprise and energy. If tlu Irrigation export of the railed states wore to vlult and Inspect thu principal reclamation works between Mexico on the north nnd Argentina on the far south, lie would return not only with now nnd vnluablo Impressions whluh would bo helpful In extending thu work here, but with nil onthiiHlnBiii for tho possl bllltlcH of our Latin American neigh liorH that would do inurb to foster closer relations of commerce Mini comity, Bald .lolm Hurrutt. dlro...

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. — 24 September 1909

E Lide Ann Potter's Wedding By Grace McElroy Iurs It'opyriidil, by J. Tlio roadway Boomed iv moro bed ol mud Into which tlio wheels sank to omlnoiiB depths ni Lido Ann tlrovu down tlio hill rund. hut for onro hIio Knvo no hood to old Dolly's struggles. Only when hIio enmo to Trimmer's gnto did bIiu nit up with something of her wonted vigor, nnd grasping tho lines B)ii8iuodlcnlly In hur Imnd, fiho drovo to tho door with im energy born of grim dotormlnntlon. , Thero wns gilinncsB too In tho si lence In which bIiu followed her Iiob pltablo hostess Into tho presence of tho assembled family circle. HIio looked around at tho welcoming faces a moment boforo Breaking, then, still atnndlng rigidly In tho middle of tho floor, alio Biioko her Iobbou without answering tho chonm of greetings. "I como to glvo you n bid," sho said "A party!" cried Kiln, delightedly, but l.ldo Ann niiBWered without look' lug nt her: " 'Taln't n party. It's n weddln'." "My bouI!" ejaculated Mrs. Trim inor In amnzeme...

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. — 24 September 1909

0i THE CARRIZOZO NEWS t'ubllahedefftry Prlilay l Cakkizozo Nkw Mkxico. linlrreil na aocoml oliuw matter Jnno II, lPQA.nt tlm ixntJilllcn nl Cnrrlamo, Nnw Mtilcn. odder UmActof March a, IH79. HUimCItllTlONhATKai Duo Vrnir, III Montlia, I SO, A, IIAI.KV, 11.10 . 11.00 Killtor. Cook seems to be making good and Peary continues making fuss. A writer has suggested that the fault is not a natural one, but that it is due to the explorer's environment Peary made his dash for the pole in the Roosevelt. President Taft praise the Payne tariff bill. He admits that it has some defects, but says it would be an ideal law if the man ufacturers had not been permitted to write the woollen schedules and if the duty on n great many other articles had been lowered instead of raised. Someone has said that hell would make a good winter resort if it had plenty of water and (rood society. Minnesota mourns the loss of her popular governor, John A. Johnson, who died this week as the result of an operation. Ili...

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. — 24 September 1909

to jirujiBrtj" pfopnre Utastiiho rtJr aafliar publication. Dk. T. W. Watson. Truasiirur and Kx-Ullieio Ctil Itraiur, Lincoln county, N. AI. U n tad Lincoln, N.M., September 4, l'JO'J. PltHCINCT No. 1. HluiirtllHrtl llriw Trwti nf Imul ntmiitiwii Hi1Ip nm l.tiiKi.ln. Mm Innwevii Um IVuriiloiidn illtuli himI Imtwrvii tlin I s ml MiiMtillitf in Itunun Mlmli.il mid (Iia IiiihI Munuliut in 1'iirltrlii CI.uhw, nil III me 111 I 9 r Hit ug wl mu S4 I 7 r II Ih.uw.mihI litt In Mnmilu. know ii n ilia wti4ilirliiiiH, iiiniiiI mi mum at il Irtlio: lietwvpn T W Wii'mhi nml W I'l.rmwilll. Hit III W ii TO un(. Ml lUifllllini II II ii (hi lMulrinlii'.il MuhIiiju Traiiipillinu ImkImiIiik nl lln) imciir if Jimi. ll.mr.nl".' I it in I In m-o IS) t U r HI mi mtiilli Iwnk nf Itln llnullu llitmi-tiwiiilli nluni; mi Hun nl Jbu. OiiiliHtm IdihI i itl In Kin lluiillii llMMtwnlRil. Il,nni ii 30 jtl, ill Kill Muni n, llirairn wiwl iiIiiiik Imnk fit lllu lluiillii tn plamuf ImuIiiiiIiiu. Alti vcrtnlii ifHH of ...

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. — 24 September 1909

Territorial Game Law. All hunters must have a game liseusc, which may he issued hy the probate clerk, territorial game warden or his deputy game warden. The following are the license Tees: IMg name license, resident $1.00 Hird license, " 1.00 General license, " I. SO OI'HN HCASON. 1. Deur with horns, from Octo hur 15th to November 15th of each yuar. 2. Grouse, native or crested, Mussina, Caliafornia or helmet quail from October 1, to Decem ber 31, of each year. 3. Wild turkey from November 1 to December 31 of each year. 4. Prairie chicken from Sep tcmber 1, to November 30, of each year, commencing with the year 1115. 5. Doves, from' August 1, to October 31, of each year. A. It ilmll tw iinl.iwfiil In Will. trap, ensnare or in any manner j) injure or destroy, or have in pos- session any antelope, pheasant, jl hob-while quni! or wild niireou within the Territory of New' Mexico for period of five years after the passage of this act. 7. It shall be unlawful to kill, trap, ensnare,' or i...

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. — 24 September 1909

ADDITIONAL LOCAL. J. M. Rice w.-ih it viHitor from Parsons yesterday. A swell line of ladies' luils and stills ure on (1 is jiJii y at Zingler Brothers. Tim front is on the puukiu' and tlio corn is in the shock or it ought to 1)0. The walls of Dr. Padeu's drug einruaml hospital are mounting flkwnrd. The material used is a brick tiling. S. A. Neid, as sisted by a mason from 1CI I'aso, is eroding the walls, while Harry Little is in charge of the frame work, with sufficient mechanical liulp to keep pace with the ma- sou t'y work. Notice Ziegler llros. ad. in this is'Htc. They invite you to attend their Opening. A rc you going ? John 1 Murray, president of the Murray-Slcasc Mining com pany, was in the city yesterday. Mr. Murray says the new Lin coln county boundary line almost touches his company's property, and practically all his traffic qoiuus this way. The company has plenty of water and fuel and , is developing a largo body of! copper and silver ore. County Commissioners that Car r...

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. — 24 September 1909

DELINQUENT TAX LIST OF LINCOLN COUNTY, N. M. Amounting to Not Less Than $25.00. And notice of application to the District Court for judgment and hsiIu for taxes for the year I 'JOS delinquent on June 1, l'JO'J, with penalties and costs. Thukitoky oi' Nuw Mnxico I Countv oi Lincoln. ' " In accordance with chapter 22, of the laws of the Territory of Now Mexico 33d Legislative As numbly thereof, I, the undersign ed Treasurer and 15x-Oflieio Col loalor of Lincoln countv, in the Territory of New Mexico, do hcreliy make, certify and puhlish the following notice and list of delinquent taxes amounting to not less than $25.00, with penal ties and costs thereon, which bucntuu delinquent on the 1st day of June, A. I). I'JO'), the same lie iug hereinafter set forth and con taining the names of all the own ers of all the property on which taxes are delinquent, the descrip tion of the property on which same arc due, the amount of tax es, penalties and costs due there on, and the amount of taxes d...

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. — 24 September 1909

Welch & Titsworth Wholesale and Retail General Merchandise WELCH & TITSWORTH. CAP1TAN. 10 The first court in Carrizozo will be a hummer. Judge Hewitt is down today from White Oaks. The blind goddess of Justice will rule here soun. The song of the saw and ham mer makes pleasant music. Jacob Zieglcr made a business trip to O.scuro the first of this week. Frank Crumb hassold his ranch above White Oaks, also hiscattlc, to Liu H ran u in By the time another term of court is held in this county Carri zoao should have a new temple of justice. John J. McCotirt and family, of El l'aso, have spent the past week in Catrizozn, on a visit with relatives. Ed. Kelly and George Johnson left last week for the Mogolloti mountains, in search of recreation and boar. The Gumcy residence, on the baccy addition north of town, was finished this week and is now ryady for occupancy. V. S. Kirby, night watchman fgr the railroad company, has UffUu transferred to Douglas, Ar izona. A man by the name of ...

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. — 24 September 1909

CARRIZOZO NEWS CAitnizozo NEW MEXICO Somo day ono of thoso French duels will hurt somebody. It Ih Impossible tt) keep u good river down when IIh imino Ik Knw. It Ih not u deadly IiihuU Just nt present to Invito u limn to Jut:))) Into tlio Inko. IltisIncHB will now tnlio n fresh start and hoop up without n break. Summer Ih beginning to gut Into Hb regular Btrldo. It Ih plcamint to know that the Ilrlt Iflh royal family Ih fond of Ambus sndor Hold's tea and marmalade. Collego students ngnln nro working their passages arroHH tho ocean on cattle BhlpR In tho storrnge, so to spenk. TIlrtntlonH are highly approved ulso by summer-resort mosquitoes, for It keeps the HiibJcetH out nrter dark. Heat Is tho latest excuse for wife beating. How would tho wiro-benters enjoy tho wnler euro? A paper linn been printed In n bal loon, but communication with Mam Is not yet claimed by Us editor. Vlrglnln"YtllThns Its duels, and, un fortunately, thoy nro not of tho French kind. One or the fighters, If not ...

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. — 24 September 1909

r MAN THROWN INTO ft FIERY FURNACE WATCHMAN IMPRISONED IN FIRE BOX OF 8TEAM SHOVEL BY THREE FIENDS. DRAGS SELF TO WHISTLE CORD Workmen Hear Shrfll Appeal for Help and Drag Unfortunate from Smol dering Coals at He Loiei Contcloutneii. " Laporto, Intl. Aroused from uncon ftclmuncBB by the heat of tho smolder Iiik llro on which his prnctlcnlly life Ichs body Imd boon thrown, (Ins WIro innu, wntchmnn nt tlio Bteam shovol rnmp of nn electric lino near Laporto tho other night found lilmtsolf ImprlR oncd In tho flro box of tho BU'nin Hhovol. Writhing In pnln, which nugmcntcd tho xpnrk of strength loft In IiIh body, ho dragged hlmiioir to tho door of tho box, opened It, granped tho cord to tho whlHtlo of tho engine nnd n ho Tho flro hnd boon banked and tho conln woro merely smoldorlng. How long ho remained thero ho doea not know. When ha began to regain his sensen his clothing wna on flro. Ills head wiib hurHtlng with pain, but summon ing nil his energies ho renchod tho door. Just ouUldo th...

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. — 24 September 1909

ABSTRACT OF COUNTY RECORDS. PuruUliul by American Tltln A Trunt Co. Lincoln. N. M. DHKD9. W. C. McDonald and wife to Emma Mudgc, lota 1, 2, 3, -I nnd 5 block 41 McDonald addition to Carrizozo; consideration $250. John II. Jump nnd wife to El vlua A. Gclindo, north lialf lot 14 and nil lot 15 Jump addition to Corona; consideration $00, K. A. Orr to E. E. Wright, n2 sc4, aw4 nc4 and sc4 nw4, sec. 13 tp. 7, r. 14; consideration $1,00. In trust for minor children of grantee. Hight of Way. E. W. Hulbcrt to Colorado Tel. Co., part of sec. 33 nnd 34, tp. 9, r. 16; consider ation $1. E. W. Hulbcrt & Co. to Uol. T. Co., pprt sw4 sw4 sec 14, tp 18, r 11; consideration $1,00. II, Lutz to Col. T. Co., across property in town of Lincoln; SI. Addic E. Rountrcc and hus band to A. S. McCnmant, half int. c2 nw4 sec 15 and uc4 nw4 sec 12, lp 1, r 14; $1125. Mrs. Jiiulcs V. Brown nnd hus band to Addic C. Rountrec, half int. c2 nw4 sec 15 nnd sc4sw4 sec 12, tp 1, r 14; $2250. Seaborn T. Gray and wi...

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. — 1 October 1909

(Tartt3030 flews. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VO MIMIC ID OCAKKIKOKO. LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, OCTOHEK 1, I'iU'J. NUMHEK 34 Court Newt. The mill in the justice of the peace court lias been running Htcadily of lute, the rist coming in with more than usual regular ity. Saturday morning, Jimmy Dean and Hilly Hooth, junior, wore brought into court, the for uier charged with disturbing the peace, and the latter with assault and battery. The assault and battery charge was not proven to the satisfaction of the court, but as it was evident that the boys had created a disturbance by en gaging in a pugilistic mix-up, against the pcac and dignity of the town, the court assessed a line of live dollars and trimmings against each. Jimmy rustled the price, but Hilly, being unable to raise the "mon," was taken to the county jail the following morning. The first case Monday morning on the docket was an assault with a deadly weapon. Holla Parker was the complaining wit ne...

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. — 1 October 1909

CARRIZOZO NEWS GAnmzozo new Mexico FIGHTING FOREST FIRES. Somotlmes thuy do llilngn very well In Mlchlgnn. As ovoryono Is nwnro, Michigan, llko New Hampshire, la very solicitous fur lier forests. Agnln, llko Now Hnmpshlro, Mlchlgnn Is dis turbed from tltno to tlmu by forest llres, nnd every loynl Mlchlgnndor Is expected to prove IiIh wllllngnoHS, whonovcr occnslon nmy demand, to join IiIh neighbors In fighting tlioso llres, snys tlio Mnnchcstor Union. In fnct, n Mlchlgnn stntuto specifically provides punlHlitnunt for refusal to as sist In suppressing n forest tiro. Novcr, however, until recently, has It boon found necessnry to Invoke this statute, nnd then n mnn wns sentenced to 00 ilnys In the Detroit houso or correc tion. It Is, of course, conceivable Hint n rigid enforcement of such n law nu Hint might work severe hardship In Homo Indlvldunl enses, For example, It would be obviously unjust nnd In humnn to Impress Into fire-llghting scrvlco oiio whoso physical condition plnlnly In...

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. — 1 October 1909

.....-A fl. v nHSSSiI ' IDEAS FOR LUNCHEON TABLE Dellcloui Meal 8erved by One Hottett That Can Be Very Easily Duplicated. HlulToil potntoos nro prepared from liitkuil potntooH liy cutting lliom In tmll no n h not to Injure tho skins, remov ing tlio pulp mid mixing It with butter, unit, puppor (HoiiiotlnioH mlilliiR prated oltaoHO). One liostosH wlio has toured ntouiiil the world nnri cntcn In uvcry tongue hoi veil this Idcnl menu at n lunulivon; Cold floup (Consiliums). Uwllnpl C'Htillllowor, llnklnR Powder lIlNl'tllt. . 1 1 rot 11 Clili krn, lliitlrr ntut Ionian Bauce. Mimlicil i'oIiiIouh. Asnfimmi ami l.rlturc flulail. Cnk Willi Htniwlirrry Kauce. Coftce. The cold inup wna served In cups, the enullllowur In ramekins The salnd was ospoolnlly pretty. The aspnrngua tips ware passed through a ring ot pimentos (Mpnnlsli pepper In oil). On one side of the plate wits a little ro sette of lottuoa. French dressing wna servml The dessert was a slice of pound en 1(0 over which was poured a s...

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. — 1 October 1909

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS t'ulillnlieit etoi Kriilaj al Cakhizozo Nitw Mitxicu. Ittitnrpil nuMvitnil cln innljpr .limn 12, lKM.nl tlm lawliillim lit Cflrrl.oiii, Nitvr Moxlcii, under tlm Ar( tit MnrrliH, I "71'. ouiiatimirrju.NiATKH! One Yimr. JU MntitliH, 11.00 I NO, ,. IIAI.KV, llilltiir. The Peary-Cook controversy, like tlie little brook, seems des tined to go on forever. As a matter of fact, the pole is more magnetic than ever, for it is at tracting the attention of the civ ilized world. If, however, the discovery had only been made during the Koosevclt administra tion, and presented to Theodore, what a beautiful "big stick" it would have made. that would both attract and en tertain. Lincoln county has been content to live in her shell too long. She look u stride for ad vancement this year; let's add to it another next year. Considerable activity is notice able in this town since it was de clared the county scat of Lincoln county. New people arc drop ping in all the lime, looking for l...

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. — 1 October 1909

to properly prepare the same for earlier publication. Dk. T. W. Watson, Treasurer and ExOflicio Col lector, Lincoln county, N. M. Dated Lincoln, N.M., September h I WW. I'khcinct No. 1. Ilinunliaril llro Trurtnf lutnl nleiiil two inllcauhmn Lincoln. Miitf between tint I'rorllcuchi illtch mnl between tint Unit lidlnnaliii: tu Itimnn Mlntbut nii-l the hunt iH'liinititiu In I'orllrln Chutci, nil In we III t !l r 10; e2 awl m-o S3 t 7 r IX liiiiiMiniiil lnl In Lincoln. kiinminalliB cnrpenler Inline, aitiiiiti-il mi main at unit liclmr belwit'ti T W Wii'nmi ami W r'nruiwiill. liu lil IM pii 70 ninla N) n H Hamilton II II ii (in iMii Vici4t'JI IK HI AliMiln)iiTriiifiillliiii Imidunlmr nl Hih iw cor nf Joua tjiinnili-a' IiiiiiI In wo ajtll r HI mi piiiiIIi bunk nf llln llililtn tliaurn aouth nlniitf an Una nl Jc.ita (low. ' IiiiiiI 2l)ila to Kin llmiilii ttlefll'K tUt'lipA )llt. then II 2l)tlt III lllii lliinl i.ltimiro weat nlonu batik lit lllii llonitit Ui placn nf bcitlutiluit. AImi iii...

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. — 1 October 1909

LINCOLN LOCALS. Constable Jolin Adams of Car rix.ozo cantc over Sunday after noon with a prisoner and lodged him in the county jail. Deputy Sheriff Oswald reached Lincoln Monday night with a prisoner from Carrizozo accused of assault with a deadly weapon. Sheriff Stevens left Tuesday morning with the wife of Porcil i.ino Sanchez for Alamogordo, where she will be brought before Judge Coolcy to be committed to the insane asylum at Las Vcgao. The family of Probate Clerk Higgle arrived from Capitan on Wednesday and will make Lin coln their home. There arc now confined in the county jail 15 prisoners. J. Joseph of the Carrizozo Auto came in Monday night with the Dig IJuick to do some work be tween Capitan and Picacho. A Mr. Kally, a patient at the Laws sanatorium, died Monday night of tuberculosis after a pro tracted illness. Judge Fredericks of Capitan is spending a few days in the lower end of the county, having in charge several traveling men. Mrs. C. M. Estcs and daughters and Mrs. 1...

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