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CARRIZOZO NEWS.
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A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County.
VOLUME 0.
CARRISO50, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, NOVEMBER 13. 190B.
NUMBER 36
IS ITjtUWITT OR LUTZ?
Considerable Interest lias been
manifested In tills county over
tbo result of the election for coun
cilman in thU district, composed
of the counties of Otero, Lincoln
and Torrance Wc had a wire
from Otero and Torrance coun
ties Saturday night, the one from
Otero to the effect that Hewitt
had about 70 majority, with one
precinct to hear from, and the
one from Torrance county stating
that Lot?, had carried that coun
ty by 16, with, one precinct miss
ing, which would not change the
result much.
"Later, Monday of this week, a
report gained currency that Lutz
hud carried TofratKe county by a
sufficient majority to overcome
Hewitt's lead in both Lincoln and
Otero counties. An effort to
chadc down this report has failed
t produce results, and until fur
ther evidence Is forthcoming wc
are inclined to credit the direct
telegrams from these two outside
counties, which would give Mr.
Hewitt the lead from 60 to 80.
It is peculiar that nothing more
definite is known of this race, at
this late date, and we confess wc
have used every effort to ascer
tain and still arc not certain.
LINCOLN COUNTY ELECTION RETURNS.
NOVEMBER 3, 1908.
CAUGHT AT CARRIZOZO.
"Fur wnr Hint nnoUrlc.
Ami 'rlckn Mini nr ruin,
Tim liuHlliuti Cliltira la iieeullnr."
On Sunday evening last two
Chinamen, supposed to be illc
gaily In the United States, were
discovered in the dining car of
the Golden State Limited at this
station. The capture was made
by , immigration inspectors John
son of El Paso, and Curtis and
Seusner of Carrizozo, who made
the arrest on information wired
from El Paso. The celestials
were discovered snugly secreted
in the commissary box on the
train. They were taken back to
El Paso for examination, This
is the first time Chinamen were
discovered on a train at this sta
tinn since August, when a bunch
were captured.
On Monday evening seven cars
billed from Mexico were cut out
at this station for the purpose of
.having the seals removed and the
ean searched. It was two days
4aiUr before a customs officer,
v?,ho only is authorised to remove
fiscal, arrived. A searched failed
to find a celestial secreted, and
liie" cmrs were re-sealed and dis
I TTTVl I i 71 T I I 2 1 I "
NAM Kit OK OANMDATIM 4 j j A S
1 i 3 I 1 I I g i I I i i 1 g 1 a
Delegate to Congress
O. A. Larrazolo, D... 91 f,l 30 38 12 7 22 42 52 35,37 f.5 70 147 709
W. II, Andrews, R. . . 98 106 47 23 42 21 46 51 67 44 27 33 50 108 763 54
Council, 11th District
John Y. Hewitt, D .. . 59 27 11 14 13 6 53 89 54 37 50 60 74 207 763 43
Henry Lutz, R 132 140 66 47 41 21 19 4 65 4fi 14 29 45 52 720
Representative. 18th Dist j
James W. Mullins, D.. 80 59 31 34 11 7 31 46 57 41 . 39 61 83 155 735
James C. Hamilton, R no 108 46 27 43 20 41 47 62 38 25 35 37 104 743 8
Representative, 19th Dist I
Chas. R. Brice, D.... 80 57 30 34 11 7 31 47 56 37 128 63 78 154 71!)
E.G. Cook, R Ill 110 47 27 43 20 41 46 63 42 26 35 42 105 758 45
Commissioner, 2nd Dist.
Robt. II. '"aylor, D.. 75 56 30 40 27 10 38 71 57 40 ! 48 70 50 156 768 63
Nabor Ortiz, R 116 109 46 21 27 17 33 23 61 37 I 16 29 67 103 705
Commissioner, 3rd Dist.. . .
C. W. Wingfield, D... 90 38 32 35 It 7 33 58 64 29 41 78 74 155 74f 13
Geo. V. Cue, R 100 127 46 26 43 20 38 36 54 49 23 24 43 103 732
Probate Judge
Bernardo Salazar, D. . 102' 61 7 20 8 5 32 49 64 38 38 60 77 157 718
Doroteo Lucer.-, R.... '87 104 70 39 46 22 40 43 55 38 26 37 41 98 746 28
Probate Clerk
L. II. Dow, 1) 107 56 46 39 25 3 34 70 18 40 36 51 58 130 713
James G. Rigyle, R... 82 108 31 22 29 24 33 22 101 39 28 49 61 118 752 39
Sheriff
John Cole. D 76 71 22 34 7 8 32 36 57 36 40 47 96 127 709
Chas. A. Stevens, R. . 114 94 55 26 47 19 40 37 61 43 24 55 24 132 771 62
Assessor
Porfcrio Chavez, D... 121 57 26 24 27 7 34 61 39 46 42 60 39 153 736
Robt. A. Hurt, R 69 107 51 36 27 20 36 31 79 35 20 42 80 104 737 1
Treasurer
J. M. Penflcld, D 81 41 18 32 4 7 33 61 67 34 40 69 77 155 719
T. W. Watson, R 109 123 59 28 50 20 39 32 52 44 23 32 42 105 758 39
Supt. of Schools
Jno. A. Haley, D 99 57 28 34 11 15 43 53 82 29 42 60 72 152 777 76
Chas. L. Davis, K.... 91 107 49 27 43 12 28 41 37 50 22 40 47 107 701
Surveyor IK!
J. I. Tipton, D 82 57 31 34 11 7 30 52 51 32 34 59 8 124 723
Frank E. Theurer, R.. 108 108 46 27 43 20 41 41 68 42 30 41 134 757 34
patched on their destination, the result did not justify the cx
The cars contained a more valu- pctiditure of labor, so reading of
able cargo than Chinamen silver the fabulous finds in the newly-
bulHon from the mines of Old discovered gold fields, he hooked
Mexico. up his team and pulled out for
J Sylvauite to give the 'gct-rlch-
OOT TMU OOLl) PHVBR. quick" theory a trial. We hope
Sylvauite is the name of a new tcir highest expectations will be
mining camp 200 miles west of realized, ami mat tucy win
El Paso, but in this territory. u rich in tue new camp.
Assaycrs and experts disagree as
Graham, president; J. M. Rice,
vice-president; J. II, Fuliuer, Jr.,
treasurer; A, T. Andrews, secre
tary; G. W. Prichard, attorney.
The company is busy making
a slight change iu Its plant, and
when completed expects to push
the work. Results from mill runs
recently are encouraging to stockholders.
to the character of the rock, but
all agree that it is gold-bearing,
and people from many states arc
Hocking there.
BAOLU MtNINCl CO. BLECTS
OI'PICBRS.
The annual stockholders meet
ing of the Eagle Mining and 1m-
D. M. Cox and F. W. Craig, of provcnicut Co. was held at Par-
Auclio, the former an old patron sous last Saturday. About 30
of thiH paper, passed through stockholders were present.
Carrizozo Monday morning iu a The following board of direc
covered wagon bound for the tors was elected: A. B. Graham,
new El Dorado. Mr. Cox has J. S. Tllden, Dr. R. C. Dryden,
160 acres near Audio, which he 1 L. Krouse, O. T. Olson, Ste
llas been farming on theCampbell phcu Tronc, M, D. Fuliner, J. M,
dry system, ind while he raised Rice and D. I. Gclder.
considerable produce this year, The officers elected arc! A. B-
ACQUIRING EXI'BRIUNCB.
A few people iu this town
would like to know the where
abouts of a man, passing under
the name of McDonald, who
claimed, while here, to be u
worker of advertising schemes,
It is said he left this place with
several unpaid bills behind him,
one of which was a hotel debt.
The business man who allows
himself to be caught by an ad
vertising fakir has much to learn,
and the people who trust one of
them ucquirc experience.
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