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title: 'Carrizozo news. (Carrizozo, N.M.) 1908-192?, December 25, 1908, Image 7',
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Welch S: Titsworth
New School Books
As per List adopted by the Territorial Board of Education,
Sash Doors, Glass, Paints and Oils.
STOVES. -.APPLE BOXES.
We Buy Mohair.
WELCH & TITSWORTH.
C A PIT AN.
A Merry Christmas and Happy
Floy Skinner and wife have
moved to the Mesa, where they
will in the future reside.
Highest market prices paid for
hides and pelts by Zicglcr Bros.
Tuesday, 22nd iust., was the
shortest day of the year, and was
tin; beginning' of winter.
Chas. D. Lane, a ranchman of
the Eagle Creek country, was in
town Tuesday of this week.
II. II. McWilliams of Capitau
returned Sunday from a trip to
El Paso, and left next day for
Fresh Oysters every Friday at
Carrizozo Meat Market.
Fred Ferguson, who is with
the 13. P. & S. W. painting force
now working at Corona, spent
Sunday in Carrizozo.
Mrs. T. A. llagcc and daugh
ter, Miss Annie, were over from
Little Creek a couple of days this
week, shopping with our mcr
ahuut3. The Carmen Bracelet -just the
thing for your lady friend at
L. A. and K. C. Skinner and
their families are down from the
Mesa, spending Christmas with
their parents, Mr. amWMrs. John
Joseph Cochran and Calvin
Emerson, of Nogal, went out to
the Oscuras yesterday, to do
the annual assessment un some
For a clean shave, try the
Gillette Safety Razor. A full
line on hand at the Pioneer Jew
Harry Jacobs ol Capitau, who
has been attending the Agricul
tural College at Mcsilla, passed
through Monday to spend the
holidays at home.
Christmas is the happiest sea
sou in the year. Christmas trees
for the children, and entertain
mcnts, balls and parties for the
grown people, and plenty of good
things for all.
Furnished House, four rooms,
for rent. Apply to Geo. Spence.
A freight wreck Sunday morn
itig at Robsart,a sididg six miles
above Carrizozo, in which several
cars left the tntck and were over
turned, delayed all traffic for a
number of hours. No one was
injured in the wreck.
Benny Coe, of Glencoc, passed
through on Monday's Capitan
train on his way home to spend
the holidays on thcold homestead.
He is a brother of Ed, Coe, of
this place, and has been attending
school at the Agricultural Col
lege at Mcsilla.
Sheriff Owen passed through
Monday on his return from Las
Vegas to Lincoln, where he had
taken Mrs. Lucio Montoya, whom
he delivered to the authorities of
the insane asylum at that place.
Don't forget that Kellcy &
Sons arc offering some good bar
gains in new and second-hand
household goods. 11-27-1 in
Mr. and Mrs. George Kimbrcll
of Picacho returned home Sunday,
after n visit of several days with
their daughter, Mrs. Wallace
Brockway of this place. Mrs.
Brock way and children accom
panied them and will remain un
til after the holidays.
Full line of Cloaks and Over
coats all this seasons styles, just
received at Zlcgler Bros.
Win. M, Fcrgusson came down
from his home Saturday after
noon, loaded his wagon with
provisions and started next day
for the Guy Clifford Copper Co.
properties, located iu the foot
hills of the Oscura9. He was
accompanied by John Eakcr, Bo
wen Zutnwalt and Tom Burnham
who will assist in the assessment
and development work on the
As a special offer for the next
ten days wc will, with each pur
chase of a lady's cloak, give away
one handsome fur neck scarf,
Mrs. II. B. Tompkins and chil
dren desire to return their heart
felt thanks to the good people
who so kindly helped them with
their sympathy and assistance in
the last illness and death of hus
band and father; and also to those
who assisted in the last office to
Two hundred pairs of the cele
brated Buster Brown Blue Ribbon
Shoes just received. Positively
the best shoes in this market.
William M, Reily, territorial
school land appraiser, returned
this week from Dona Ana county;
where he han been the past two
weeks appraising school lauds.
There arc about 4,000,000 acres
of school land in the territory,
and the commissioner of public
lands is iu favor of leasing them,
believing that they will bring
more revenue to the school fund
than by selling them outright, as
they arc certain to increase iu
value as the country becomes
more thickly settled. Mr. Kelly
will return to Dona Ana county
after the holidays and complete
his work iu that county.
We buy in car load lots In the
market, at bed rock prices, for
Rpot cash, and can sell as cheap
for cash as any one that wants
io make a small profit.
Yours for business,
John II. Skinner