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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 2 February 1917

Titsworth Co. Capitán, N. M. The Professions J. B. FRENCH, ill NOGAL ITEMS. Col. J. C. Render lins been ap pointed superintendent of the Nogal group of mines in place of Chas. Pusch who was remov ed by the company at Chicago. Work that was stopped a few days ago will bo resumed at once. The big boy that arrived at Mr. McDanicls' last week is growing rapidly. Justice court has been in ses sion this week under new officers. ISA V2 mí ST J)i 51 He ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF THE LINCOLN STATE BANK "The Peoples' Institution" WILL BE OPEN FOR JANUARY OFFICERS: S. B. FAMBROUGH, Vice-Prcs. President Lagrippe seems to be subsid ing since tho snow. The Nogal store did a big bu siness during the cold spell. Instrumental music can bo heard at some houses in 'town most any night, making very sociable gatherings for tho neigh bors. Picture Framing. We wish to announce to our many friends and customers than we have just installed a picture framing machine anu are now The Titsworth Company General M...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 2 February 1917

will como. l'eople'a Homo Journol. Our January Clean Sweep Sale STILL IN PROGRESS REAT price reductions on all lines of merchandise, dry goods and groceries. It will pay you to investigate. The special prices we are making this month are lower than wholesale cost in many instances and the prices for spring will be higher. You now have the opportunity to supply your wants in muslins, ginghams, percales and cal icoes at almost your own price. Special re ductions on all Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Garment? nd Millinery. The Our Grocery Department Will Save You Money WE INVITE INSPECTION Carrizozo Trading Co. QUALITY FIRST Phone 21 -THEN PRICE in III J Foxworth-Galbraith Ubr Co. I nm lcnvinp the employment of the firm at Carrizozo, and am Roing to Stratford, Texas, where I will have charge of the bu siness for the same firm. D. It. Stewart, of Texhoma, Texas, has succeed mo in the manaRement hero and it is with pleasure that I recommend him to you as a splendid gentleman and assure you that y...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 9 February 1917

OZO OUTLOOK Published Weekly in the Interest of Carrizozo, and Lincoln County VOL XI NO. 8 CARRIZOZO. LINCOLN COUNTS NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 9. 1917 H!CE Í2 00 FEKYb'lR INSTRUCTION GIVEN ON FENCING AND GRAZINGQUESTIONS Letter to Field Superinten dents Goes Fully Into De tail in Regard to Unlawful Fencing of Public Lands. MUST BE ENFORCED IS EDICT OF TALLMANN The special lotter of informa tion relativo to public lands sent out last week to tho field super intendenta from the land office department at Washington and u copy of which was furnished to all the nuw&papurs In this sec tlon of the state, is ruproduccd herewith lor the uonolit or our readfrs: "From time to time during tho past two years numerous com plaints have boon received by this office relative to the main tenance of drift fences and al legod unlawful inclosuros of pub lic lands in southeastern New Mexico. Extensivo investiga tions have been made by special ugonts and icports have been submitted thereupon. The r...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 9 February 1917

THE OUTLOOK Published Weekly In Tho Interest of Onrrizozn nml nil of Lincoln County, Now Mexico. Mita. Hannah c. mjstkk Kiiititr nml Owner LARGEST OinCULATIOH IN THE COUNTY UnlCfril in fcc(iinl-clni tnnttitr January 8, Iflil.nt tlin pint nUicnnt Cnrrloxo, New iiwicii, untie? tno Act of Mnrrll 3, 1H7I) AiimiHHns Infiii. cIom WeilntxUir at nnon .Sw Mttimm rlmnThuriiliy num. Ilf yon HM lirtlpOMr p.r ttmilntly, pie notify me i'iimimii JAihnll.lrn ruin on npnlkntlnn SUnsCHIITION HATES ONE YEAH, In A.l.in. . . $2.00 VX MONTHS In AJinc . J I. (TO Off ICR I'HONF. NUMIIKK 24 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9. 1917 ANENT THE 640 ACRE HOMESTEADERS. In the development of every new western country there nre three influxes the first, ti blind stampede of the e;ot rich quick; thu second, a less hasty, hut yet uniiroimrcd and temporary im mtjrmlion: the third, the fellows who eonie prepared to stay. The roat immigration which the state is now witnessing, of homcseokors flliiiK on 010-acro grnzine; homesteads unde...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 9 February 1917

This country has never before experienced such a condition as now exists in the "Commodity World." Everything is costing more -All goods tiré high: n great many arc scarce almost unob tainable. It is perfectly legitimate to ask a fair profit on cost, but we question if it is good policy to tack on to the goods already owned, the full advance involved in replenish ing stock. As least, that is not our custom. Wo arc not af ter thu "whole hog" this year. There a lot of years that haven't been touched yet, and wc aro willing to wait Meanwhile wc are keeping stro the best wny that wc know how, and the increased growth of our husinoss, neces sitating remodeling and enlarging testifies to the correctness of our policy. Solo Agents for the Celebrated MARTHA WASHINGTON CANDIES AOc for 1 lb. box- 7fic for lb. box Fresh Every Week- Tlio Taste Telia THE UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS Ziegler Brothers Establishes in Lincoln County Since '80 HI: t EI) that a copy of those resolu tions be spread upon the min...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 9 February 1917

Rango 17E 18E it 1ÜI5 18E 1 1 1712 It 1018 ore nis oís ure 1218 1212 ISIS ore AVISO. Compramos muoblos do sejjun do mano y panamos los mejores precios, diuuro en la mano, y vendemos cosas de segunda man'1, por precios regulares. vur a nosotros, a la tienda de se gunclo muño. -Kri.ujy & Son. CRYSTAL THEATER "Tilt HOME OF GOOD PICTURES" HANK BUILDING 5 Tuesdays. WneWsrlnvs. Thnrsd,ivs .. j j and Saturdays of each week M 'wWu sWaWfi Complete Change of Program Each Nifrlit SHOW STARTS PROMPTLY AT 8 P M. mmm mmmmm mmmm READ THE OUTLOOK (The Host Newspaper lttbis)ietl in the County.) ÍT m at m m WHEN DOCTORS DISAGREE m t lie pHiirnt goiiprnll) nets jj I hit w.irM df it, Init nl tho fjj i.nciorc in thin neck of t lie &f ock1 Hro agreed ihnl this JS Ik . tin Im'hi dinpeiiHiuy lo fiF tiicli In hpikI thiir pnli- S3 biiIh with proicilptlntH. pel SROLLAND BROTHERS Dealers in Drugs, Toilot Article, lr, l g UA11HI350ZO, : : NEW MEN ieA Best Accommodations for All the People All the Time C...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 9 February 1917

Titsworth Co. Capitán, N. M. The Professions J; B; FRENCH, V Bill Introduced to Legal ize Gambling at Parties A bill has boon introduced in the state legislature to legalize gambling at bridge parties. According to Mr. Llewellyn, onn of tho authors of the bill, ono of tho aims of the measure is to relieve ladies who attend bridgo and whist parties from tho danger of violating tho pres ent law when they play for "fa vors." Tho present law is 'en- - ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF THE LINCOLN STATE BANK "The Peoples' Institution" WÍLL BE OPEN FOR JANUARY OFFICERS: S. B. FAMBROUGH, Vice-Pres. President Immigration Bill Passed Over President's Veto Tho immigration bill which President Wilson vetoed on ac count of its literacy teat provision, was last Friday passed over tho veto by the house, the vote being 285 to 100. tirely too severo in this regard, savs the major, and tho law is in realty not merely so formidable as its title would indicate. The Tits worth Company General Merchandise Whole...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 9 February 1917

AN INTERVIEW WITH THE HON. MR. G. HOG (Continued From Front Pago.) prlx ns n natural-born scientist who know wcnther insido and out. Ho was tickled nearly to death when asked for a stntemcnt for publication. He is very suscept ible to flattery, apparently is Mr. G. Hob. for ho responded with the alacrity of a Juno bride who hates publicity when ho was told that ho might chase European and Mexican heroes from the front pago and get into the limelight himself. He said he intended taking a peck at weather conditions next day, and, of course, if the sun shone would skurry back to quarters and remain there six weeks with out sticking his nose out of doors. He talked so fast tho re porter did not get it all, but this is a part of what he said: "I guess I'll get credit for be ing some weather prophet now, won't I? Mnybo tho folks who have been calling mo a myth will change their tune when they get their February and March coal bills. They think I don't know my business, tho I was at it whe...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 16 February 1917

CARRIZOZO OUTLOOK Published Weekly in the Interest of Carrizozo, and Lincoln County VOL XI NO. 9 CARRIZOZO. LINCOLN COUNTY. NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 16. 1917 FMCE $2 00 Í ERYER 1 V1,1 PINTO BEANS ARE WEALTH FACTORS IN LINCOLN COUNTY New Mexico is Gaining Nation-Wide Reputation as Producer of the Famous Mexican Pinto Bean. 60 CARS REQUIRED TO MOVE 1916 YIELD Now Mexico ns a producer of beans New Mexico pinto beans, is attracting attention thruout this country. In this month's is sue of "The Earth," the Santa Fo railway's oflicinl industria magazine, the bean industry of this state, including the enor mous 11)10 production worth more than $2,000,000, is the subject of an illustrated, two-page article written by II. B. Honing, pub licity agent for the New Mexico state laud office. Not only is the production of this crop big, but its reputation for high food vnlu es and fine flavor assures larger production, greater demand and a continuance of good prices Buyers arc no longer satisf...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 16 February 1917

THE OUTLOOK tjWIUml Vfkly In Ih IiiKini of Cairlioio and Mnroln Count), Nrm Meilro, MILS. HANNAH 0. I.U8TKU Kditor mid Owner LARGEST CIRCULAflOH IN THE COUNT Holered ñu M-entiil-rlan mutter .Jnniinr; Q lflll.nt lli(mtHironl('nrrloo,Now Muxlco, under Ilio Art nf March 3, 1870 Ailmillaini lorim cln WriliirmUy t hoon Nm Mliinni rlciio ThiirmUy nmnl. (Ill ymi to no) rtMlvpyoiir prr rtdilarly, pinMi.otlly Ike PuMMm JAlvrrlU!nK niñón appllmlon. SUBSCRIPTION HATES ONC YEAR, in Ad.. ' J2.00 SIX MONTHS In AJt.nte . . . 1 1.(10 J VICE I'llONH NUMIlKIl 24 FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 16. 1917 EDITORIAL COMMENT COMPARING LINCOLN WITH WILSON. Lincoln's birthday came at a time this year to remind us of some striking similarities be tween Abraham Lincoln and 'Voodrow Wilson. There is dis played a patience, an abhorrence of war, a reluctance to ascribe ovil motivos to others, a deeply soated love for humanity and hu man rights by President Wilson in dealing with Germany that re minds one strongly of the atti t...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 16 February 1917

m- FROM Judge Hcwelt From i fStay Credit to CASH! ON AND AFTER MARCH WE WILL SELL 1-st , FOR CASH ONLY READ-THE REASONS- YOUIl own welfaro is alwnys'"tho thing that deserves your,, most careful consideration. Upon y o'u, mon and women, as heads of families, the responsibility of conducting your business in such a manner that will givo to thoso dependent upon you the greatest possiblo amount of comfort. In making the chango in our business methods which wo are now announcing to you, wo have had this thought clearly bo fore us, and we realize that our first duty is to servo tho people of this community in the best way possible. In any business there oro tnreo important and essential factors tho producer, tho seller and tho consumer. , The most important factor in any business is tho consumer tho man who uses tho goods. Ho therefore deser ves our most careful uttention. A merchant's interest is very closely associated with his customer's interests und with the general in terest of the ...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 16 February 1917

MIUGGISTS IN EYUKY STATU KliLY UJN NOTICIAS DEL ESTADO De Interés para toda la gente de Nuevo Mexico. Itelnan la "grlppo" y la neumonía on Capitán, Cnrrlzozo tontlrA un nuovo banco nacional. Uci'iiclits do automóvil, Muchos nuevos edificios so están construyendo on Clovls. ata proyectando un viajo du comer IO habitantes do Clovls han em pezado unn campana para obtener un servicio gratis du distribución do cor b pedirá a la legislatura tome en con- Itlurnclon es la enmienda do la ley de finanzas. dibujos originales pura el servicio da pinta qun so regalara al buquu do parto suya del fondo do un millón de pesos oferto por el gobierno para tru bajos do caminos en 1017. ta Kedornclón do Mujeres do Nuevo didas quo Ins miembros dosenn a adopten por la lnglslaturn. pnra cumplir una condena do un nflo A un alio y medio por robo. En un mitin de la comisión de cor fue elegido do preultlonlo pnrn esa or ganización por el alio quo vleno. So celebraran festividades en honor do la Inauguración de...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 16 February 1917

Titsworth Co. Capitán, N. M. Colle&ions Arc Often Neglected and Not Given Prompt nnd OHicial Attention by Mnny Banks, llowcvcr, wo take pride in our collection depart ment and promise Htrict attention and careful ful nilmcnt of instnictions. THE STOCKMENS STATE BANK CORONA, NEW MEXICO INSTRUCTION GIVEN ON FENCING AND GRAZINGQUESTIONS (Continued From Last Week.) Best Accommodations for All the People All the Time Carrizozo Eating House Table Supplied with the Best the Market Affords WHEN DOCTORS AGREE DIS- m & 13 103 139 the patient generally gets t he worst (if it, lint nil tlio doctora in this neck of tho woods) nrc agreed that this I the best (ilspcnsnry to wliich to 011(1 tlinir mti mils with prrscriptioim. g ifOLLAND BROTHERS j EJ Dealers in Drugs, Toilet Articles, etc, S g CARRIZOZO, : : NEW MEX j It wns evidently tho spirit nnd intent of the Act of 1895 that ac cess to the public domain by those who desire to peaceably enter or establish a residence or Bottlcmcnt there...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 16 February 1917

AVISO. Compramos mueble de segun do mano y pagamos los mejores precios, dinero en la mano, y vendemos cosas de segunda mano, por precios reirulares. Antes que venda las cosas que tiene para vendar, dovo do ver a nosotros, a la tienda de se rundo mano. KlLUrr Bow. mi- ni' tur wnrld'R i-iili-f olí Hollín. U h tMi'i "WV, a,' un TH' 'H'"'1 ' 'O . -v i i Mr v ' ' ' i , , . ., ii ,'. nm j( ni i i lili tí l ..ti'" to ii-y i 1 1 i ii'-.i I ! A, - tMMllil In fnl to tilo tosa, ur uthi Wtoo iloNtroyoil, 1C. A. OHMIO JOIINBON nson oros, oarage abta timo." Mi Elthel "Oh. I aaenre iiíf lnr ureas of public lnnds tlfórljby. ProtoBte lmvo nlso bean filed in tilia oílicu niminst n rmiitbor of such selections. Much gpTiee was nivcn in tho nbovo rofijrred to special aBOiils ro ñarla rolntlvo to thogo "shoo. string ioloctioim." 'i'ilo governor is iuithori-.od to wltol for specified purposoa by the proWiton of tho onnulimr net of June 80, 1010, public lands in th stitto which arc subject to se lection. L...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 23 February 1917

CARRIZOZO OUTLOOK Published Weekly in the Interest of Carrizozo, and Lincoln County VOL. XI NO. 10 CARRIZOZO. LINCOLN COUNTY. NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 23. 1917 PRICE $2.00 PER YEAR GOVERNOR D'BACA SUCCUMBS AFTER PROLONGED ILLNESS State Executive Dies Sunday Afternoon at 3:20 O'clock in Santa F o Sanitarium; Was 52 Years of Age. HAD HELD OFFICE ONLY SIX WEEKS Governor E. C. DoBaca died at Santa Fe Sunday nftornoon shortly before 4 o'clock of perni cious anaemia. Ho had been ill for some time, failing health forcing him to take only n minor part in the campaign for his own election last fall. Barely a score of persons attended his inaugura tion, which was held at the sa nitarium where ho died, Jan. 1, 1917. Governor DoBaca, imediatcly af ter his election to the highest state office, went to a hospital in Los Angeles, where strenuous measures were taken to combat the disease from which he was suffering. When word came from New Mexico that there was serious doubt whether he legally ...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 23 February 1917

AVISO. Compramos muebles de segun da mano y pagamos los mejores precios, dinero on la mano, y vendemos cosas do segunda mano, por precios regulares. Antes quo venda lns cosas quo tiene parn vender, dovo de ver a nosotros, a la tienda do se gundo mnno. -Kklley & Son. THE OUTLOOK l'iililiilinl Wrtkly in tlit Inliraat of Carrlioin ml l.lnrolo Count), Sf Mole, MHS. HANNAH 0. MJSTKK Kditor anil Owner LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE COUNTY Hntoiril dm rcciiliii-clni' nmtter Jonunry 6, lllll.nt llippnxt olllcont ('nrrimto.New Muxlcu, iimlcr tho Act of Mnrrh 3, 1871) Ailtrrllnlnit Innm elnt WmlntftUr l koon Sf rohimiK lowThiirtilay night. Gil you cln nut rrrrlt your puprr rtmilarly. pint nollly Ilia I'ulilialitr J Advertising nltion appllealloD, SUBSCRIPTION MATES ONE YEAR, in Ailv.nct $2.00 SIX MCNTII9 U A,..nt. . . $1.(10 O.VICF. I'HONr. NUMIItU 24 FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 23, 1917 EDITORIAL COMMENT MILITARY TRAINING IN THE U. S. Tho den of universal military training for the United Stntes is grow...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 23 February 1917

of Capitán. r Taxpayers Give Bond Issue Booát at Saturday Night Mass Meeting Buy at Home in v Save Money and Inconvenience and Receive Personal Service No GUESSING at what you want; you SEE what you are buying; you must be satisfied before the pur chase is made. That is what we mean by PERSONAL SERVICE. Our Complete Selection of DAME FASHION'S latest decree in Mila dy's New Spring Suits, Waists, Coats, Dresses, stamps our store as THE STYLE CENTER of LINCOLN COUNTY Our goods are STANDARD in all lines goods featured by the lead ing stores everywhere; nationally advertised. Below we enumerate a few of the many to be found in our store. FOR LADIES: Queen Quality Shoes Onyx Hose Merodo Underwear Kuyser's Silk Gloves and Hosiery Kayser's Silk Underwear American Lady Corsets FOR MEN: Hart, Schnffncr & Marx Clothc3 Clothcraft Clothes John 13. Stetson Hats Flor8heim Shoos Beacon Shoes Endicott-Johnson Work Shoes Leo Union-Alls Arrow and Monarch Dress Shirts Signal Flannel Shirts and Ove...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 23 February 1917

mill mil) ll.TSi iiiHivei'i'ii in rii iht r oni'iu. j-.,5 Spanlili i'IIMi.ii iimly uiul iinr .v rni- mm tn.tl liv ill til ilt!v. M1)Ot r it FROM Credit to CASH! ON AND AFTER MARCH WE WILL SELL 1st FOR CASH ONLY READ THE REASONS - YOUR own welfare is always tho thing that deserves your most curcful consideration. Upon you, men and women, as heads of families, the responsibility of conducting your business in such a manner that will give to those dependent upon you the (greatest possible amount of comfort. In making the change in our business methods which we nro now announcing to you, we have had this thought clearly be fore us, and wo realize that our first duty is to servo the people of this community in the best way possible. In any business there are three important and essential factors the producer, the seller nnd tho consumer. The most important factor in any business is tho consumer the man who uses the goods. Ho therefore deser ves our most careful attention. A merchant's in...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 23 February 1917

Titsworth Co. Capitán, N. M. OSCURO. : NEW SIEXICC I: m is E3 m w w u '0 m m Coiledions mid Arc Often Neglected and Not Given Prompt Oilicial Attention by Many Banks, llowover, wo take prido in our collection depart ment and promise Htrict attention and careful ful fillment of instructions. THE STOCKMENS STATE BANK CORONA, NEW MEXICO INSTRUCTION GIVEN ON FENCING AND GRAZING QUESTIONS (Continued from last week.) The records of this office show that while the State of New Mex ico was quite active in its appli cations for withdrawals during the yenrs of 1912-13-14, the fact remains that during tho year 1915 thcro were withdrawn but 48,000 acres, and that during tho ties of lands Best Accommodations for All the People All the Time Carrizozo Eating House Table Supplied with the Best the Market Affords WHEN DOCTORS AGREE Dli Si I the pntlcnt generally pels tlip worst (if It, but nil tho iloclorn in this ncc I; nf tlin woods urc iirfffl tlmi thin In tin) I)ph( diuppiiHiity 'o which to rnnd...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 23 February 1917

Tlsuisandr ñf fnii.illes in .the irreal ..iitmrMt ho kjunv tin- i;v, '! ; tslntnfni and Inrórmatwn f irnlfhed by WETMORE WOULD PROHIBIT "3rd DE GREE" PRACTICE (Continued From Front PaRO.) homo Monday with his daughter who enmo to bury her little six months old babo. Mrs. Hudman and Mr. Billups stayed in Carri zozo to caro fór tho other two who arc slightly Improved. AN amogordo News. and cruel methods or by compel ling said prisoner or prisoners to perform or do any act or thing which would tend to incriminate such prisoner or prisoners, either mental or physical. "Section 2. Any officer viola ting tho provisions of this act, upon conviction thereof, shall bo punishedjay a fino of not less than $100, nor moro than $1,000, or imprisonment in tho county jail or state penitentiary not less than 30 days or to exceed one year. "Section 3. This act is inten ded to prevent tho administra tion of what is known as the "third degree" in tho treatment of prisoners or persons charged with crime...

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