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THE CARRIZOZO NEWS
Published try Friday nt
Cakkizozo Nkw Mmxico.
KntefVl n aecond el matter Jnno I!. IWJfl.nt
the poetHUee atCarrlioto, New Meiloo. ooder
the Act of Mareh 3, 1171).
INO. A. IIAI.KY, ... Kdltur.
3ne Year 11.60
ill Month 11.00
Delegate Andrews' election in
conceded by from five to seven
hundred. It was a close shave in
a total vote of 50,000.
Of the three doubtful states re
ported last week, viz : Maryland,
Missouri and Montana. Taft
gets the two latter and two of
the votes of Maryland.
President Roosevelt has prom
ised to aid statehood ; the repub
lican party has declared for it,
and Mr. Andrews was elected for
that purpose. The question that
the people want answered, and
that quickly, is, "did they mean
The democrats will gain three
United States senators in the
next congress. Chamberlain from
Oregon, probably Kern, recently
vice-presidential candidate on the
democratic ticket, and a demo
crat from Nebraska, all to suc
Is Joe Cannon a bigger man
than Taft, and bigger than his
party ? That is the serious ques
tion now. In other words, Can
non, with Payne, Dalzell and
Aldrich behind him, is undecided
as to what manner the tariff
should be revised upward or
downward. Taft and the repub
lican party's declaration to the
Mr. Taft received 321 electoral
voles to Mr. Bryan's 162. In 1904
Mr. Roosevelt received 336 clec
toral votes to Mr. Parker's 140.
There arc seven more votes in
the electoral college this year
than in 1904, Oklahoma supply
ing that number. Taft received
about 1,000,000,000 majority on
the popular vote this year. Roose
velt's, in 1904, was about 2,000,
000,000. The official count of the Liu-
coin county vote appears in this
wejk's issue of the Nuws. The
only changes over the report of
last week was the emphasis of
republican majorities and the
election of Robert A. Hunt, re
publican, for. assessor, over CliU'
vcz by one vote, when it was be
lieved, up to the time of the of'
ficial count, that Chavez had
lauded the plum, The total vote
of the county for delegate was
1485, of which W. P. Metcalf,
socialist, received 13, divided
among the precincts as follows :
Precincts 1, 2 votes; precinct 7,
6 votes; precinct 8, 1 vole, and
precinct 12, 4 votes. Two years
ago the total vote of the county
was 1176; 300 votes over that
number was polled this year.
The territorial election returns
go to show that the democratic
candidate for delegate to congress
was defeated, and that the re
publican candidate was elected.
This, however, docs not prove
that New Mexico is republican,
as numbers of democrats in every
county in the territory, impelled
by the desire for statehood, and
being persuaded that it could
only be obtained by electing a
republican delegate, voted for W.
II.'Andrcws" a fact which tended
also towards the defeat of many
good men running for office on
the democratic ticket. The re
sult of the election was a disap
pointment to many; but the peo
ple have spoken and we will take
our medicine for two more years.
We now look to Delegate 'An
drews to deliver the goods, as he
promised to do, at the short ses
sion of congress, or give the rea
In the District Cnnrt. Territory of New Mexico.
County of Lincoln.
M. II. anil M attic II. Moarnr, Defendant.
The Territory of New Milcn. to the abora
named defendants M. II. Murhy and Maltle
II. Murphy t
You are hereby notified thnt an net Inn ha Ixten
commenced against yon by the abofs-namrd
plaintiff, by filing a willed complaint, aflldnvlt
for writ of attachment and a bond a required
bylaw, In the office of the Cleric of the abore.
named Conrt, on the 2lit day of September, 190.
That the Datum and the object of the aald ac
tion it to recorer of you the ium of $XO.0O with
Interest at eight per cent per annum from 27th
day of December, 1000, and ten tier cent attor
ney fee and tMO.OO with Interest from 27th
day of March, 1(V7, at eight per cent per annum
and 10 per cent attorney! fee, du on account
of two protulMory note made and executed by
you to the aald plaintiff on the S7tli day of Sep
tember, UW, one payable three and tho other
Ix month afterdate.
And you are further notified that your proper
ty deacrlbed a follow, tinwIth-L t a, 4, 7, 8
It, It, It and 33 In lllock 3, and Lot 8, 4, IS, 16,
IV, 20, SB, 21, 3t and 32 In llliwlc 21 AUoone.half
Interest in Lot !, 23, 24, 27 and ?8 In Work 4.
Also onMhlrd intereat In Lot 3. 4, IS, It, IV, 20,
81 and 32 In lllock 21, all In McDonald'. Addi
tion to the town of Carriiuio, New Meilco, an
ihown by tMolllclal map thereof, ha been nt.
inched by the Hherlff of the wild county undrr
and by virtue of the writ of attachment luued
In ald cauM,
You are further notified tlmt union you niter
your nptninnco and file mi answer, or other-
wise plead In the wild cauio, on or before the
Heconii day of Jnmiary, lWtf. Judgment In default
will bo entered against jou, mid your prorty
nboto do.orlbed, attached n aforesaid, will be
ordered told, and the proceeds of such sale, or
ao much thereof a I necessary will be applied
to satisfy such Judgment and the cost of thl
(seal) OHAB. 1 JJOWNB, Clerk.
Ily Faitu M. Kckman, Deputy.
Wharton A Lawm, Alaruognrdo, N, M.,
attorney tor plaintiff. M-lft-St
New crop peaches, apricots,
raisins and prunes at the Carri
zozo Trading Co.
mini it l
For Banquet and Dinner Parties.
Carrizozo Eating House
F. W. QURNEY, Manager.
Table Supplied with the Best
the market affords.
A rVT 7t J Hit a f
i iew meat marKet.
W. Q. RAWL5
Has Opened a Butcher Shop in the old
Carrizozo Market, and will handle
Fresh Native Meats of all kinds E
Fish, Game and Oysters in Season.
The Best Brands of
BOTTLE AND BARREL WHISKIES.
BILLIARDS AND POOL.
You want of the food you need
Kodol will digest it.
Tou need a sufficient amount of
good wholesome food and moro than
this you need to fully digest It
Else you can't gain strength, nor
can you strengthen your stomach If
It is weak.
You must eat in order to live and
You must not diet, because the
body requires that you eat a BUfllo
ient amount of food regularly.
But this food must be digested,
and It must be digested thoroughly.
When the stomach can't do It,
you must tako something-that will
help the stomach.
The proper way to do Is to eat
what you want, and let Kodol di
gest the food.
Nothing else can do this. When
the stomach Is weak It needs holp;
you must help It by giving It rest,
and Kodol will do that.
Go to your druggist today, and
purchase a dollar bottle, and If you
can honestly say, that you did not
receive any benefits from it, after
using the entire bottle, the drug
gist will refund your money to you
without question or delay.
We will pay the druggist the price
of the bottle purchased by you.
Tltln offer applies to the large
bottle only and to but one In a
Wo could not afford to make Buch
an oiler, unless we positively knew
what Kodol will do for you.
It would bankrupt ub.
Tho dollar bottle contains 2W times
as much as the fifty cent bottle.
Kodol It mado at the laboratories
of E. O. rfoWltt Si Co., Chicago.