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THE CARRIZOZO NEWS
l'ubll)ie.leTry Friday at
Cakkizozo Nkw Mrxico.
Kntnrcil mtimxinitclMK tnnttcr Jnno 12, IMM.nt
tlin Kwlilllrn nt CnrrUozo, Now Moilco, under
tlioAct of Mnrell 3, 187 V.
INO, A. IIAI.I'.V, ... Killtor.
For President of the United States.
William J. Bkyan.
Por V.-I'res. o! the United States.
John W. Khkn.
For Delegate to Congress.
O. A. Lakkazoi.o.
van countv huuvkyok.
ThnNnwd U niithnrttnl to Announce Hint
W, II. Ilontx In n rnnillilnte for M-eloction totlio
olllca of t'ountr Hurrrror, nulijfct to the Mtloa
of the tlomocratio rtjr.
I liereliy nnnnnnrit myMlf nun ennillitnts for
noinlnntlon for Hlierlf! of Lincoln 1,'ntintY. Milt,
loot to the notion of tlie Democratic (taunt?
I licrnlijr nnnnnnca tnrnnlf n n cnndldnte for
nomination for Sheriff of Lincoln Oonnty, uli
jert to tlie notion of the Democratic County
As noted in last week's issue,
Mr. Larrazolo, candidate for del
egate to congress on the demo
cratic ticket, reached our county
Friday 1110!!!!;, visited White
Oaks during the duy and returned
that afternoon to address the peo
ple of this place at night. The
hull had been tastefully deco
rated, thanks to the untiring ef
forts of Mrs. W. C. McDonald,
assisted by the willing hands of
many ladies of the town; and the
band discoursed sweet music as
the crowd acscmblcd and the hall
wus filled to ovcrllowing.
At the appointed hour, Miss Lo
rcna Sagcr prcsidlug at the organ,
Mr. Larrazolo entered the hull,
preceded by a committee of six
teen, made his way to the plat
form as the "Star Spangled Ban
ner" was played, amid a deafen
ing roar of applause The mem
bers of the committee who es
corted Mr. Larrazolo to the pint
form were: 1 J. Sager, S. T
Woodland, T. 11. Meek, R. 1.
Taylor, 11. F. lloff, II. S. Cum.-
u)ll, John 11. Skinner, A. T.
?Dbijrt8, S. W. Perry, John R.
OTlliii Martin I,. Ooodin, John
Kttlfl&f, J, B. Buird, W. J. Doer-
itig, Jno. A. Haley and 13d K.
Kcllcy. As the speaker reached
the platform the entire assembly
rose, the organ pealed forth the
beautiful strains of "America"
and the mass of humanity in the
hall joined in singing that pop
ular song. This concluded, the
audience took scata, and a quar
tette, composed of Messrs Hol
land, Davis, Ray and Hall, sung
"Massa in the Cold, Cold Ground"
with a banjo accompaniment by
the human voice. This was so
well rendered and heartily re
ceived that in response to an en
core the quartette sang a "Bas
ket ot Chestnuts," which was no
less applauded by the throng.
That portion of the nroirram
ended, the meeting was formally
called to order by Jno. A. Haley,
who announced the selection, by
the committee, of Mr. 13d K.
Kcllcy for chairman of the meet
ing, and presented Mr. Kcllcy to
the audience. Mr. Kcllcy pre
sented Mr. Larrazolo as "Our
next Delegate," and again a shout
went up that all but rent the
ceiling. The speaker began his
remarks by a touching reference
to the patriotic air, "America,"
which had thrilled and delighted
him and congratulated the people
for the fervor and patriotism
manifested. He then launched
into a discussion of the policies
advocated by the two oppos
ing parties, going buck to the
foundation of our government;
discussed the issues of the pres
ent, contrasting the policies of
the republicans with that of the.
democrats, and the manner in
which his remarks were received
indicated that his audience was
with him. He also dwelt nt
length upon territorial affairs,
describing particularly the couth
tions surrounding the election in
tuts territory tn ivuo. uis en
thusiasm kindled us he advanced,
his audience followed, cheered
his well rounded phrases: and
closed with a peroration that was
eloquent and charming, awaken
ing the better feeling of all who
appreciate a magnificent tribute
to sterling manhood. "Colum
bia" was sung, and at its conclu
sion the vast throng pushed for
ward, regardless of political afiil
iatious, and shook the speaker's
hand. Thus ended one of the
best attended and most cnthusi
astic political gatherings ever
nciti in 1111s county.
POSStNLY AN EXAOOGRATION.
"The Carrizozo News claims
that Andrews spoke for five min
utcs at a recent political meeting
there. We don't believe it."
It is possible we were mistaken
in the time, but it certainly seem
ed to us a long five minutes.
A staunch republican from the
S.nta Fe side of the territory was
in Carrizozo one day this week,
Asked his oniuion 011 the nnlitienl
situation he stated hisopiuion was
that Bryan would be the next
president and that he would be
ted by a democratic house,
.rdiug the republican nomi
nee for dclega to he was of the opin
ion it would be either Spies or An
drews, the chances favoring the
latter; and yet there was a chance
for a dark horse from his side of
Stoves and Ranges.
N. B. TAYLOR & SONS
Blacksmithing and Hardware
CAKKIZOZO A WMITU OAK5
Tinware, Paints, Glass, Oils of all k'nds,
Harness, Ammunition, Etc.
The Exchange Bank,
Transacts a General Banking Business
Issues Drafts on all Principal Cities of
the World. Accords to Borrowers
every accommodation consistent with
safety. Accounts solicit! d.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
Lots 25 and 50 x 130 Feet.
When you buy a lot here it is 130 feet long, facing on a street
80 feet wide, whether for a home or for a business location.
Investigate before you buy.
A Square Dcnl Guaranteed.
W. C. McDONALD.
the territory bobbing up. But
it doesn't matter who is nomin
ated, as those on the inside con
cede the election to Larrazolo; for
he holds an unassailable position,
and is much stronircr 1 than two
years ago, when the returns had
to be doctored to uclcat nun. 1
believe this is au off year with
romililir.atis. This, cominir from
a republican and a shrewd politi
cian at that, is significant at this
stage of the game.
Fok Sai.h A few choice resi
dence and business lots, cheap.
See H. S. Cami-iuiu.. 7-31tf
A new lot of seed barley just
received, $2.00 per hundred in
SOO lb. lots or move. The Carri
zozo Trading Co.
For a good horse feed go to
C. C. Bourne's Feed Stable.
C. C. Bourne is prepared to
board horses by the week or the
month: sec him for terms.
Fruit jnrs and jelly glasses, all
sizes, at the right prices. Carri
zozo Trading Co.
Good, nice, red, clean Oats at
52.10. John II. Skinner.
Rubber boots, slickers, rain
coats, umbrellas, at lowest prices.
Carrizozo Trading Co.
Carrizozo, New Mexico.
omcc in uank nuiiuinz.
Take year horses to C. C
Bourne's Feed Stublc, where good
treatment is assured.
FOR SALE: A few thorough
bred S. C. W. Leghorn and White,
Plymouth Rock Cockerels. Write
C. R. Gu.m.m, Salinas, New Mex.
Do It Now. If you contem
plate adding to your household
furniture, do it now and save dol
lars. Speiicc Furniture Co.
Asphalt-Carbon roofing paint
is the best. Now is the time to
stop the leaks. Get that roof in
shape. Carrizozo Trading Co.
It Won't Last Lono. What?
Why furniture at your own price.
Call, examine the articles ami
you'll be surprised at the prices.
Spcncc Furniture Co.
We arc paying 33J3 cents per
dozen for strictly fresh eggs.
Bring us all you have. We can
use any quantity if they are fresh.
Carrizozo Trading Co.
All accounts and notes due us
prior to June 1st have been placed
in the hands of our attorneys for
collection. Parties indebted to us
for any umouuts before that date
will save expense by calling and
settling at once, cither at our
office or with Messrs. Hall &
Tint Cakkizozo Tkading Co.