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A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County.
CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, AUGUST 7, 1908,
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Capitan Her cant ile Co.
P. 0. Peters,
Walter Wiuficld has a position
at the depot on night duty.
At. Littrcll and Ed. Chew were
down from White Oaks Monday.
Mrs. Jones, of San Antonio,
Texas, is visiting the family of
F. C. Nocsscl.
Father Girma, the parish priest
ol Lincoln, was in (Jarrizozo scv
oral days this week.
John Roberts, who has been
making Nogal his headquarters,
1ms moved to (Jarrizozo,
Attorney A. H. Hudspeth of
White Oaks, spent a couple of
days in (Jarrizozo this week.
Floy Skinner has moved from
the Nogal Mesa, and is employed
at the Uarrizozo livery stable.
Mr. and Mrs. John II. Phillips
were over from Eagle creek Satur
day, trading with our merchants.
John Tcmplcton has charge of
the shops and roundhouse during
the absence of Foreman Kimbell.
F. W. Brockway went to Capi-
'tan yesterday, and will visit the
Jas. M. Simms went over to
Qiipttan yesterday, and from there
wfejit to the Ruidoso where the
Lincoln. HaptiRt Association is
Upltiing its regular aunual meet
Mrs. Frank English went to I fcrring with John II. Canning, a
country before re-
Lincoln yesterday to visit her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Burleson.
Jesse Parker, a farmer and
rancher on the Bonito ubove Fort
Stanton, was in Carrizozo yesterday.
G. 13. Greer, a prominent farm
er ot Uonito, was in Carrizozo
Saturday, greeting friends, and
incidentally talking a little poll
Miles 13. May was down from
his ranch in Tortolita canon Mott
day. The recent rains, Mr. May
says, insures a bumper crop in his
Rev. M. T. Dye of San Marcta
has been in Carrizozo the past
week, and preached bunday noon
and evening at the Methodist
George Roslitigton and wife re
turned Wednesday from Lincoln.
Mrs. Roslitigton was ill while at
Lincoln, but lias recovered from
Mrs. J. 13. Burrell and children
left Monday for Angus to join
the husband and father, who is
engaged in the mercantile busi
ness at that place.
Watt Gilmorc, manager of the
Tipton MercttUlileCo., Tularosa,
was in Carrizozo yesterday, cou-
mcmbcr of the firm.
Foreman Kimbell and wife went
to Daw&on Sunday night to be
present at the marriage of Mrs.
Ktmbclrs sister. They arc ex
pected to return today.
W. K. Collier returned Monday
from Childress, Texas, where he
had been on a month's visit, lie
is again in his old place as clerk
in the general foreman a olhcc.
Rev. T. J. Haflcy arrived Mon
day from San Mar'cial, and went
to Capitan yesterday to be in at
tendance at a meeting which be
gins in the Reed settlement, near
Mrs. Frank Crumb, son and
daughter, Bert and Miss Nellie
McMains, of White Oaks, left
Wednesday morning for Douglas.
Arizona, where they intend to
reside in the future.
J. O. Nabours was up from
Three Rivers yesterday, shaking
hands with friends. The Hat
presents a different appearance
from what it aid when .Mr. Kn
hours first run cattle on it.
Paul Urilhth and wile came in
from Souora, Cal., Monday, and
will visit Mr. and Mrs. F. M.
Crockett of Angus, Mrs. Griffith's
parents. Mr. Griffith was for
merly a ranger on the Lincoln
National Forest, but was trans
ferred to California.
E. Babcock, scrircaut of the lo
cal recruiting station, has gone
to El Paso. The station at this
place has been discontinued, and
Sergeant Babcock has been as
signed to duty at the hi Paso
P. G. Peters' residence in the
Highland addition is Hearing
completion. When finished it
will be quite an attractive feature
to that portion ot the town, and
one of the prettiest residences in '
the entire town.
The regular annual meeting of
the Lincoln Baptist association
was called to meet on the Ruidoso
yesterdey. This association em
braces all southern JNew Mexico,
and a large attendance is expect
ed from the association's domain.
Two or three shots one night
this week startled some of the
residents of the south side, but an
investigation by the officers show
ed that no harm had been done
further than disturbing the slum
bers of the inhabitants.
Mrs, A. M. Brothers and Mrs.
Geo. Dillard have leased the Bur
rcll House, and solicit a share of
the public patronage, Mrs. Dil
lard has charge of the rooms, and
Mrs. Brothers will superintend
the culinary department.