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A POLITICAL. COMMUNICATION.
Wc arc iu receipt of a commit
nication this week from some of
our republican friends at Lincoln,
which makes a strong- plea for
the nomination of Judge Mann
for delegate to congress, There
arc two reasons, however, why
wc refrain from publishing the
letter, notwithstanding a desire
on our part to accommodate our
Lincoln friends, and they arc:
First, to do so would place the
Ninvs in a position of taking a
partisan stand in republican af
fairs, a position it docs not like
to assume; for other candidates
for this honor have loyal sup
porters in this county, and the
Nitws docs not wish to incur their
displeasure by taking part in an
affair which is, and properly, to
be settled by republicans alone.
Second: The communication was
unsigned, save by the mere word
"Committee," and communication
for publication must have un
individual signature attached;
though( if the writer requests it,
the article may appear and the
writer's name withheld.
Millinery Store Changes.
Miss Minnie Bourne has pur
chased the millinery store on
Main street, which has been con
ducted for several months by Miss
Minnie Tapp. She will remove
the dtock to C. IT. Brown's store
on El Paso avenue, where she
will open a millinery parlor.
Miss Bourne will be pleased to
greet nil old customers at her
new place of business, and also
all who desire anything in up-to-date
AN AUTOMOBILE PARTY.
A party of automobilists mndc
iho. trip to Gran Quivcra and re
turn Sunday, a distance of 45
miles. They left here about 6:30
in the morning, arrived at the
ruins before uoou, took lunch
there, and, after exploring this
ancient and silent city for two
hours, started on their return,
reaching Carrizozo at seven in
the evening. Walker Hyde drove
the car. The passengers were
R. G. Parvin, wife and baby,
Geo. and Arthur Johnson.
A New Depot.
Plans for a new depot for Car
rizozo have been drawn, sub
mitted and approved, so wc have
been reliably informed. The work
of construction is to begin in a
few days. The structure is to be
a two-story frame, the first story
to be used for baggage and ex
press, office and waiting room.
The second story is to be utilized
by the trainmaster, the despatch
es and assistants in these depart
ments. The new building will
adjoin the old depot on the west.
The many friends of Clay Van
Sahoyck are preparing a benefit
play, to be given at Wotmore's
hall on the 10th of August. The
entertainment will be a vaude
ville and promises to be a good
que. It will be remembered that
Van Sehoyok was the ball player
who had his leg broken on the
July 4lh, and, while he is getting
along nicely, it will be many
d&ys before he will be able to be
around and at his accustomed
ALWAYS IN THE LEAD!
Both as to Quality and Prices.
We are Headquarters (or
, fresh Fruit Mid Vegetables
New 0 The
Goods A (aiload o( New Potatoes this Week Best
Constantly presfi firanam and Whole Wheat Floor the Market
Arriving- Greater bargains than ever in Affords-
CARRIZOZO TRADING CO.
An Abstract of
Is as necessary as a Deed
to show that you have a
good title to your land.
Have you got one? Jf
not order now.
HUE & TRUST (0.
LINCOLN, NLW MEXICO.
Toilet Articles, Etc.
Carrizozo, New Mexico.
In Your Own Home.
William Jennings Hryan, the
silver-tongued orator of the
Platte, has made ten Edison Rec
ords of the ten best extracts from
his ten best speeches. They can
be bought for thirty-live cents
each, and they can be heard there
after in your own home. Nothiing
will furnish more novel entertain
mi'tit to yourself and your friends
tliis summer than Hrvan's speech
es on Edisou Records made by
Tho Pioneer Jowelry Store,
J. R. HUMPHREY,
Carrlzozo, N. At.
IF your shoes need repairing,
take them to Estcs' Repail Shop.
Fine Wines, Liquors and (iars.
Ati Ufto-I).ito lloaort wlicro (Icnllumtl can
Hpctul a n'llot Imlf liimr.
A Mini Room and billiard
Parlor in connection.
JOHN LEE, Haster.
Main street, Carrizozo.
J7RANK J. SAGER
Olllco In Kxclinnip) Hank Cnrrltoxn.
g J. WOODLAND
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER
Carrizozo, New Mexico.
The Old Blacksmith Shop.
Our prices arc as follows!
Resetting wagon tires, $2.50 set
" buggy $3.00
Horse Shoeing, - - $1.00 "
Prices for all other kinds of work
Wc were here first and will be
N. 13. Tavi.ok & Sons.
Building Material, Etc;"'
JEID & LITTLE
CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS
I'Uni mil ftiMmatr on nil clfuit of IlulMlniu
furiililicd on uliort notice.
JjARBER & GIERKE
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS
I'ractloc lu Itin l)ltrlrt nml Huprcmo t'ourti
ti f tliu Turtltorjr,
JJALL & SPENCE
('orixinilion iiuil lllnlnu Law u Hlx'Clultjr.
Nolnry In Olllco.
Hank Uuildlng, Carrizozo.
Home Matte Bread
JOHN ft. PATTON
Has opened a 13ukcry at
the Hotel Temple, and is
now prepared to supply
the public with first class
bread a' full weight. A
trial will convioce.
I'OH SAI.I1 AT
Zeiler Bros. & Bakery.
We arc receiving new, bright,
green alfalfa hay, John II.
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