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C A PIT AN.
I George Eakcr was down from
9 Nogal Monday and Tuesday of
Edward Brown, a ranchman in
the San Andreas country, was in
W. M. Ferguson of the Mesa
was doing: business in this town
Peter Long and family have
moved into the Perry building on
the McDonald addition.
George Rosliugton has been on
the sick list the past week. He
is reported to be much better.
Business oil the railroad has
douuled during the past week,
caused mainly by the holiday
S, J. Woodland returned from
Lincoln yesterday. Jim was sick
at Capitan on his way home, was
laid up there three or four days,
and is now far from well.
President Wright, of the Vera
Cruz Mining Co., spent a week nt
the mines. Mr. Wright left
Wudue-day for his ho m c at
Walker Hyde, Ervin Gray, II.
S. Cumpbcll and P. C. Baird
started yesterday moruing for the
head of the Mul Pais on a hunt
for deer and quad.
The sudden cold snap this week
was a reminder that the time has
arrived to look up last year's
mackintosh, and make a quick
change in wearing apparel.
It is reported this week in rail
road circles that the differences
that have existed for some time
between the railway company and
the trainmen have been amicably
Attorney Wni, 1 A. Gierke
left Wednesday night for his old
home in Oklahoma, huving been
called there by a telegram. He
expects to be absent about two or
Geo. W. Hall and son Howard
have purchased the Barlow herd
of goats. The herd consists of
about 600 head of graded An
goras. They are grazing the
goats in the Oscura country.
Harry A. Scott returned Mon
day from Kansas City. Mr. Scott
remained in town several days,
nursing an ulcerated tooth, and
left for his home at Richardson
later in the week.
Geo. A. Hunt was down from
White Oaks one day this week,
Mr. Hunt, who is a sheep inspec
tor, was on the lookout for a
bunch of infected sheep, aud in
tends, when he finds them, to
have them dipped.
Fireman Gordon Gunn met with
a slight accident Monday while
on the Capitan branch run. He
got his leg between two opposing
elements which bruised but did
not crush the leg, and the effects
of the injury will soon pass.
J. B. Lcasure of the Independ
ence mining company in the San
Andreas, was in Carrizozo this
week for supplies. He reports
considerable development going
on in his district, and a prospect
for some excitement there in the
On Thursday evening the in
habitants of this town were for
cibly reminded that winter has
set in, and that we can say good
by to fine weather for a time.
A cutting easterly wind blew all
that night and continued into the
next day, with strong indications
for a big snow storm as we go to
Messrs. Rice, Fulmcr, Weigh,
Link, Yates and Schlver, all
stockholders of the Eagle Mining
and Improvement Co., came down
from Parsons Tuesday and took
that night's train for El Paso.
Mr. Rice will return this week,
but the other members of the
party go to their homes in the
County Surveyor W. R, Beaty
came down from Corona Tuesday
night. Mr. Beaty informed the
Nitws that scarlet fever is epi
demic at Corona, that one death
has occurred and that the school
has been closed. The authorities
have quarantined the houses in
fected and it is believed the con
tagion will go no further.
Deer arc said to be plentiful
along the foothills of the Oscuras
and around the head of the Mai
Pais. Several hunting expedi
tions have been made into that
section, and few have comeback
empty-handed, and yet many deer
Mart L. Goodin, who underwent
an operation at the Hotel Dicu,
El Paso, about three weeks ago,
is getting along quite well. Ills
friends will be glad to learn that
he survived the reaction that fol
lowed the operation, which, at
one time, made his condition
A. S. Yates and P. A. Schri
vcr, two wealthy laundrymcn of
Chicago, who are also stockhold
ers in the Eagle Mining and Im
provement Co., paid this office a
pleasant visit this week. These
gentlemen had been inspecting
the company's machinery and
mines at Parsons, and expressed
themselves as well pleased with
the, prospect. While waiting
here between trains they made a
trip to the Mai Pais, one of na