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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 14 January 1910

Welch S: Titsworth Pride of Denver Flour 330 Imbodcn's Best Flour 335 Pratt's Best Flour 3.3O Club House Flour " 3.20 These prices subject to change without notice. Stetson Hats Boots and Shoes Dry Goods Etc., Etc. Farming Implements Farm Wagons Iron Roofing Chicken Netting WELCH & TITSWORTH. CAPITAN. I). M. Cox was down from An clio this week. Richmond Hunt was down from Nogal Tuesday. Attorney II. B. Hamilton and family came over Sunday from Capitan. Ouo. A. Titsworth was ovor from Capitan Wcdnosdny for a short time. Mrs. Hattic Pons has runted 1) or cottage north of the Hank to Mrs. K. K. Whittingham. Mrs. Frank Calfec and cliildron of the I- X ranch near Oscuro, are visiting in Koswell. Brother Pope will preach hore Sunday in the old Humph res Jew airy store, morning and uvoiiing. Kichard K. Archer, represent ing the Albuquerque Morning Journal, was in Cnrriaoao a dny or two this week. 11. C. Crnry, tin old time miner iii tliC White Oaka district, died in the Soldiort' Eotue...

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. — 14 January 1910

SHARKS C WRECK'S VICTIMS 8IQ FI8H . BITE PA88ENQER8 THROWN INTO SEA WHEN SHIPS CRASH. I - - 101 PERSONS ARE DROWNED ABANDONED AS BABE, WANTS A FOUNDLING WOMAN WHO WAS LEFT TO FATE IN 1861 WOULD ADOPT CHILD 3IMILARLY DESERTED. Women's Secrets Mall Steamer, Cut l.i Half In Collision Near 8lngnpore, Sinks In Two Minutes Sixty-one Rescued. 8lngnporo. Tho moll stcnmor La 8oyc, of tlio Mossagrlca mnrtltlmo nor vlco, running between Java and Singa pore, nml on hor way to this port crashed Into tho Ondn, of tho Drltlsh Indla Lino, and sank within two min utes. Savon Kuropcnn passengers, Includ Ing Ilnron and Ilnroncss Uonlczky, tho Cnptnln of La Soyo, flvo European of llclnls and clghty-elght others, com prising nnttvo passengers and mout hers of tho crow, woro drowned. Tho roscuo of slxty-ono pen-s, prnctlcnlly from tho Jaws of sho.un of sharks, formed a thrilling Incident of tho wreck. Tho nccldont occurred about 4 o'clock In tho morning In a thick mist. Tho vessels woro steaming at good ...

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. — 14 January 1910

-am IN CREPE DE CHINE THE OWE THINQ OF ALL THE SEA SON'S NECESSARIES. Most Satisfactory Material That Hat Been Afforded Votaries of Fashion for a Long Time Furnlihed ' In All Colon. So dlsconcorting to tho nverngo buyer nro tho splendid garments which crowd shops and windows, that It Is with posltlvu rullcf onu looks upon tho rnlmunt thnt makes no pro tension to splendor of any sort, hut rathor reflects tho denr, ovory-dny homollncss thnt you aro looking for. Tho bodlco thnt Is required to mnko a coat suit wholo is as much a prob- Smart Crepe Ue Chine Bodice. lem to tho woiunn ol light menus as l( sho had never seen onu In nil tier llfo. Tho shops show waists In plenty, so many, In (net, thnt your wits nro often completely scattered by tho sight of them. Hut tho pretty crepe do chlno thing you would choose bourn a prlco for roynlty. md It does not msffojvis1 LATEST FANCIES tnko much tcrutlny for you to soo thnt, despite Its seeming simplicity. It Is too fltiu anyway for your modes n...

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. — 14 January 1910

LINCOLN LOCALS. Cicn. Kimhrell was up from Pi audio on business. Commissioners meeting closed Saturday to meet tit Carrizozo on the 17th of January. Floyd llnrtsell has been em ployed as clicf at the Lincoln hotel, and assumed his duties Monday morning. Win. L' A Gierke has been ap pointed deputy probate clerk dur ing' the absence or inability of the incumbent to perform said duties. Probate Clerk J. G. Higgle has been confined to his bed since last Friday with inflammatory rheu matism. His many friends wish him a speedy recovery. During his absence Wm. F. A. Gierke will attend to the duties of the probate office. ABSTRACT OF COUNTY RECORDS. I'tiriilnliwl liy American Title ifcTruat Co, Lincoln. N. M. I'ATKNTS. United States to Wm. M. Ken ncdy, sw4 sw4, sec. 22, uw4 uw4, sec. 27 and n2 nc4, sec. 28, tp. 7, rge. 11. uxitus. Narciso Analla and wife to Je sus Garcia, part sec. 7 and 12 tp. 11, rge. 17; consideration $210. Francis Wilder to Wm. J. Uroockc, se4 hc4 and ncl sc4, sec. 21, ...

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. — 21 January 1910

Catti5050 flews' A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 10 CA.KKIKOKO. LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, JANIZARY 21. I'JlO. NUMHKK 0 ri lttf w jM fa-ina- COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS. An adjourned meeting of the Hoard of County Commissioners of Lincoln County, New Mexico, was held at Carmozo, the county seal of said county, on the 17th day of January, 10 10, at ') o'clock I a. in. I Present: R. II. Taylor, chair- , man; C. V. Winglield, memher; R. A. Duraii, incmher; Win I A. Gierke, deputy probate clerk; Leo Oswald, deputy sheriff. Mr. Taylor presented the fol lowing resolutions providing for the issuance of $28,000.00 Court House and Jail llotuls of the County of Lincoln, and moved their adoption: Ritsor.imoN.s Pkovidino' vou Tint IssuANCit oi' $28,000 Court Housit and Jam. Honds oi Tint County oi' Lincoln, Thuki toky OI' Nitw Mitxico. WmtKitAS, pursuant to the voraltle vote of more than a jorlty of the voters voting upon the proposition at an election duly and lega...

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. — 21 January 1910

CARRIZOZO NEWS CJLIUUZOZO NEW MEXICO A SPORTLOVINa PEOPLE. Tho Anglo-Saxons lovo sport. No matter In what part of tho world thoy aro found, tho spirit la strong among thorn. Whorovor tho rostless Anglo Saxon dominates, tho lovo ot sport Ib dominant. Tho AtiiorlcntiB nro at least, tho most ot thorn descendants of this vlrllo ruco, nnd nowhuro Is tho lovo of sport so much exhibited ns In this country. Our pcoplo art patrons of horsoraclng, of basohnll, ot golf, of football, of all out-of-door Bports as no other peoplo. Tho English aro groat sportsmon, but not to tho oxtont that AmorlcanB nro, for tho ronson that the opportunities nro grcntor horo. Nor does tho nation suffor from this propensity. Wo nro told, of course, by somo ot our college thinkers that our young men Indulge too much In athletics, Mint this Indulgonca Is n dot rlment rather tlinn n benollt to tho boys; that bocauso ot tho "fad," as thoso wlscncros term it, wo nro In juring tho physical powers ot tho boys. Wo do not ...

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. — 21 January 1910

MEAL THAT ALL MAY ENJOY If These Edlblei Are Prepared for Late Supper No Bad Results Will Follow. Tho Into supper Is na often n Bor row nn n plcnstiro. If tho edibles and lrlnkn nro cold It will Ho hciivy on nlno BloinncliH though tho tenth cs cnpcs. Hut thoiiRh tho good hostess may know this perfectly well thero Is tho other nut to crack: Whnt nro tho correct hot things to servo which nro not too expensive mid bothersome? Tho following simple recipes will solvo this problem und prove thorn nelvcs vory ncccptnblo for nny llttlo ovenlng entertainment: Mulled AIo or Cider. If tho provl oils roclpo nppenls to tho Indies, this ono will seem to men folks tho right thing: With two mmrts or old Kng IIrIi nto put n linlf n lemon peel nnd three cloves nnd bring tho concoction to n boll In n porcolnln-llnod vessel, Or, with nn orpinl amount of elder put several bnked npples, thrco or four cloves, and two bny leaves. Proper nccompnnlmentB to cither drink would bo hot toast sandwiches mado of w...

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. — 21 January 1910

' It V THE CARRIZOZO NEWS rabllshediTery Friday al Cahkizozo Nitw Mkxico. Kntarsd as m-cond class matter Jnne li, liot.nt tlm iKMlntllrn Ht Carrltnto, Now Mtiloo. under Win Act nf March it, IHW. BUIIBt'llllTlON ItATKBt Due Vesr. . Hi Montliii I NO. A. lt.Xt.KY, $I.W 11.00 Kdltnr. INEQUALITIES OF TAXATION. The question of taxation is always a live one, and tlic most difficult thing to do is to secure a just valuation each class of property bearing its fair share of the burden. In some counties of this territory a large portion of railroad and corporate property escapes taxation this class of property rendering about ten per cent -and the Territorial Uoard of Equalization turns a do if car to every appeal made by the peo ple for relief. On the other hund, there arc counties which secure practically all their revenue from corporate interests not that the corporations pay more on like property in one county than an o thcr but because in some coun ties the corporations arc about the only...

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. — 21 January 1910

work a few weeks ago. Mrs. Join; II. Cole gave a party last Saturday night lor the bene fit of the younger set. and from reports received nothing was left undone for the entertainment of the guests. Kred I'lingstcu of the Nogal mesa was in town Saturday. The United States mail route inspector paid Lincoln a visit dur the past week inspecting the dilT enl routes in this end of the county. Notice for I'tibllcntlun. Ilratnrrd Cnnl IjiikI In Lincoln Nntlniiiil Kurt-at m IN I Dfiuiilincnl n( tlio tntrrinr, U. H. LniMl Olllpmit Ito.woll. N.M .liinuiirv IH lull). Nut In-la liereli" uiveii lliitt Jnili Hwnln, id Wlilti'Olk". N M., wIiii. nil Aim. II1, IIKl. Hindu Uniiii.tni.l Kntry Nil Ultl. K.T. Nn IMW. f'.'r HHU H.-C 2J, Inwnalilii H S, rnw III K, N M. I' Mnilillmi. linn lllml tintlcttllf IlltnnllnU III lllllkl) llllill IWiMliir priHif In K.lnlillati cliiittl In III" IiiiiiI iitxifii il.tcrllx) IhIiiih A. II. iliirti'tr. Ii. H. (Tiimiiillntii'r. nt lililllc nn iirtir.nm. N. SI., mi I In- ...

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. — 21 January 1910

8 SPECIAL CLEARANCE SALE Sj fi oF i Ladies', Misses and Children's Coats g fl FOR THE NEXT TEN DAYS KM tmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 5j AT ZIEGLER BROS. WE have just completed our Annual Inventory, and find wc have too many Ladies', Misses and Chil JA drcu's Winter Coats on hand, and in order to J move them quickly, and at a time when everyone needs an 1L Outer Garment most, wc will offer them S 8 L"The House of Good Taste." 8 As long as tliey last at i of their actual value. WE will also include in this Sale a lot of LADIES' and MISSES" TRIMMED HATS, so that all srX DOLL A It If A TS will he sold now at Til li EE DO L LA IIS, and others in proportion. Cvcry Garment is strictly this Season's Style, hut the lots arc small, and it would not pay us to keep them over. So do not delay too long, hut get your first choice. APPORTIONMENT OF THE GENERAL SCHOOL FUND. Lincoln County, New Mexico. I, Jno. A. Haley, superintend ent of schools for" said county, do hereby certify that 1 have dul...

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. — 21 January 1910

Welch S: Titsworth Pride of Denver Flour 44 33 Imbodcn's Best Flour 44 335 Pratt's Best Flour 44 330 Club House Flour 44 3.20 These prices subject to change without notice. Stetson Hats Boots and Shoes Dry Goods ' Etc., Etc. Farming Implements Farm Wagons Iron Roofing Chicken Netting WELCH & TITSWORTH CAPITAN 2 Y.-Hcwitt was a White Oaks yes- Iloti. John visitor from tcrday. Andy S. Mayes was in Wednes day from his ranch beyond the in a I pais. A nine pound boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Howard W. Hall, at Douglas, Ariz., on the 13th. A telegram came Monday an nouncing the death of Mrs, Lula Wingfield at Globe, Arizona. Two daughters arc here with their father. A night switch engine was put in service Wednesday night in the local yards. The increased traffic on the line necessitated the extra engine cl tcrdav from Mexico, and took the afternoon stage for his old home below Lincoln. W. A. Connor and Paul Bur ton returned this week from Entey City, where they have been en gaged in s...

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. — 21 January 1910

4. .If jAt Jfj Don't Weep At HI THe Ice House. Somo peoplo nwell up on "omotlon" irowcd from nbsoluto untruth. It's nn old trick of tho lenders of tho Labor Trust to twist facta and mako i tho "sympnthctlc ones" "woop at tho Ico house" (That's part of tho talo further on.) Gompers el al sneor at, spit upon nd defy our courts, Booking sympathy by falsely tolling tho peoplo tho courts wero trying to deprlvo them of froo speech and froo press. Men can s poult freely and print opin ions frcoly In this country and no court will object, but they ennnot bo allowed to print mattor at part of a criminal conspiracy to lujuro and ruin other citizens. Qompors and his trust associates started out to ruin tho Ducks Stovo Co., drlvo its hundreds of workmon out of work nnd destroy tho vnluo of tho plant without regard to tho fact that hnrd earned money of men who worked, had been invested thoro. Tho conspirators wero told by tho courts to stop thoso vicious "trust" methods, (efforts to brenk tho fi...

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. — 21 January 1910

GREAT DWiy HERO Prince, Giant Canine, Saves Life of Poodle. Drags Doq from 8treet Car Tracks and Carries Him to Doctor (or Treatment His Second Rescue. Chlcngn. Prince, n gront Dnno dog, may tnku his plnco among tlio best of inon ns a hero. I to fnced donth Ho raised his hend, looked tinck nt his muster's front door nnd then stnrtod across tho Btrcot. Tho crowd wnn watching by this time. They saw tho big Dnno carry tho whimpering bun- dlo of slush-covered whlto down to tho cornor of Ontario nnd Clnrk, Ho entered tho cornor Btoro, tho Malnno drug store Inld tho poodlo on tho floor nnd Bnt back. WhlnoB and bnrka brought tho clerks to him. Thoy snw tho Dnno nosing tho poodle, who lay on IiIb nldo, with ono leg In tho nlr, broken nnd twisted, with tho bono ntlcklng out. Dr. O. 8. Mnlone, tho proprlotor, cnino from tho rear nnd, whllo ho wnBhcd and bandaged In splints tho llttlo dog'a broken leg, I'rlnco looked on, ovldontly overseeing tho work and showing his approval. I'rlnco was hurt,...

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. — 21 January 1910

Commissioners' Proceedings. ((Joiilliniml from flmt iip.) And it is hereby certified and recited Unit nil nets, conditions mid tilings required to le done precedent to nnd in the issuing of this bond, have been done, hap pened and been performed in re gular and due form and time as required by law, and that the to tal indebtedness of said county of Lincoln, including this issue of bonds, docs not exceed any statu lory, congressional or other legal limitation, In testimony whereof, the board of county commissioners of the county of Lincoln, territory of New M'.-xico, has caused this bond to be signed by the chair man of the board of county com missioners, countersigned by the clerk of said board, attested by 'the seal of the county, and en dorsed by the treasurer of said county, and the conpons hereto attached to be executed with the lithographed facsimile signature of the probate clerk and cx-officio recorder ol said county, and this bond to be dated January 1, l'JIO. (lit At. Chair...

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. — 28 January 1910

JF 4 Cam 5030 IFlews. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 10 CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY. NEW MEXICO, JANUARY 28, I'JiO. NUMBER 51 . , f , . 1 SB- ' The Mysterious Celestial Visitor. The comet which put in an ap pearance last week, and which shines in the southwestern sky A Dig Copper Prospect. The big copper property, situ ated about seven miles south of town, will commence operation about six in the cveninir. came 1 Monday morning. The lumber unheralded and uuannuuecd. As- lis already on the ground, to put trnnotners call it a "tramp," as it j up a hoarding house, hunk house, came from nowhere and its desti- shaft house, etc., and thecarpeti nation is equally as indistinct. ' ters will begin work immediate It is predicted that it will disap-! ly. It is said there is about 12,- A . . I. 1 - ...Ill I near irom our ran ire 01 vision iuuu 10 stari wuu, wiiicu win uc within the next few days. Ob servatories arc tariuiug their i; lasses on the mysterious strang er...

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. — 28 January 1910

STTT HOME DEPARTMENT FOR WEAR IN HOUSE NDVANTAGE8 OF THE WELL. MADE ONE-PIECE O.OWN. Marquisette Recommended a an Ex cellent Material for tho Purpose Some Valuable Ideaa for the Sewing Room. A ono-ploco gown Is best with a bolt it tho nonnnl waist lino, slightly tilted up at tho back. Marqulsotto Is an oxcollcnt mntorlal and a whlto gown ot it serves woll throughout tho winter. It Is tho cub. torn and nn economy of many well drossod women to uso woll-llttcd silk linings from an old frock under ma lerlnls for n socond-bost now one. Tho silk lining savos tbo prlco and also tho tlmo In making. If ono rcust mako n conscrvnttvo cholco In such a frock, tho designers suggest n soft gray and croam stripe, which Is not too fancy for th after noon and also serves in tho evening, nrd a mouse gray which can bo touched up with a bit of silver. It Is still early for n largo numbor ot women to decldo on their wlntor clothes. They want to sco tho fashions sottlcd and got tho latest advantage. Thoy ...

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. — 28 January 1910

VERA'S FIRST LOVE By CARL, BARON TORRESANI (Copyright, by Bliort Hlorlci Co., Ltd.) Count Mlshko his family nmno docs not mntter nit overybody called lilm Count Mlshko, In trim Vienna fashion ought to linvo been tho Imp pleat man nllvo. Young nnd hand somo, blosscd with a beautiful nnd clinrmliiR wife, whoso moat oxtrava Rant whims, nB well an his own, ho was amply nblo to gratify nothing Hcomcd lacking to coinplato Ills hnppl noBB, Nothing, Indeed, was lacking, but something was present which ho might well havo spared suspicion! Tho first year of his married life had been ono long dream of bliss. Two people- woro nevor moro porfoct ly matched than ho nnd Countess Vera. Hut suddenly thero came a change. Without Imaginable cause, Vera's merriment ceased nbruptly. Bhe beenmo grnvo, ponslve, nltnost moroie, and a hard, cold expression replaced tho sunny smile that had hitherto played about hor beautiful lips. Mlshko was In despair. "What is tho mottor, sweetheart?" ho asked. "Hnvo 1 of...

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. — 28 January 1910

Tit: CARRIZOZO NEWS President and Congress, after j i . . . . .11 which statehood will be tn order , , , ji maybe? Moves and Ranycs. Builders' Hardwaic. jf ruhllahtctarery Prlday t Cakhizozo Nkw Mhxico. I.nlered n aooond claim matter June 12. IIOH.nt tin iHxtiilllrn nt Cnrrixmo, Now Mexico, umlor tlia Actnf Mnrcbn, KV. HUHHOItllTlON KATKHl Duo Your. ill Montln, f MO. A. IIAI.KV, II.W . 11.00 Killtor. If we will only be good we may secure statehood iu 1. So says the reports that come from Washington, D. C. In other words, if we will allow the ad ministration to write our consti tution we arc promised smooth sailing. The cost of living in the United States has increased 34 per cent in ten years. In Kngland, during the same period, it has increased 7 per cunt. High protection in America, free trade in England take your choice. A difference of 400 per cent is an item to be con sidered. A Texan is reported to have ex changed 100,000 acres of land in the Lone Star state for an equal numbe...

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. — 28 January 1910

ADDITIONAL LOCAL. W. C. McDonald lcit yesterday for Albuquerque, where he went to attend the session of the Cattle Sanitary hoard. Thin is the most important meeting of the hoard for the entire year, as the policy of the hoard for the year is out lined. Lost. Probably between Main street and postoflice, one large doll's arm. Kinder will please return to Ur. Paden's drug store, or the Pioneer Jewelry store. IJen W. Kentfrow came over Irom Capitau Monday and left that night for Mesilla Park, to visit his family. Mrs. Kentfrow and tin children went to Las Cruces last full, where the child ren were placed in school, the elder in the Agricultural college, the two younger in the public school. Pick Warden was in town last night from Ancho. lie and his brother, who arc running u sheep ranch near Audio, have had a five-mile pipe line surveyed, and expect to have the line in opera tion soon. Uy this means, they wiU have water and grass con tiguous. The Masons held a meeting on the 22nd. inst...

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. — 28 January 1910

0 'Y.V; "i- 4;,,'J' N',-tr"iJii' LINCOLN LOCALS. Mrs. W. 11. Porter, whose hits Uniltl i oho oT Dr. Laws' iiittonis lit III Sattltorium. came in last Wednesday on a visit. SboriiT Stevens left lanl Satur-1 ility for Las Vetfqt, to commit to the asylum one of the prisoners who had biu adjudged insane liy tit district court. Mrs. Stov an nccompntiied bur husband. lllip.alwth Greer and Lupita Norman tfave a "Peanut Hunt ing" party hist Saturday night ril the Lincoln hotel to which ipiitc a number of children -were invit ed. Several hours of harmless autcrlniumeut sent all the pi'.r ticipauts bona with happy hearts ; . . i . .i. ... .tn ' aim no uouih iney win long re- member the parly. A ttorueys Ga le wood it nd G raves n( WtMWull. came through Liu- . ..,.. . . i . com insi rruiay on inoir wii - from Alamouordo to RorwqII, ' , ii. mii topping here over night. 1 hey are the attorneys for John C. ...ii.! i. i .. ' Trnpp and his two tons and rep-, resented said men before the ilis-1 tric...

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