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THE OARR15(b6 nBWS -T
gTOGAl AND PERSONAL
Ed Sullivan ami Allan Lane of
White Oak went to HI Paso on
Lost: A mink f tir neck piece
on t lie road northeast of Carrlzo
to or lit Carrizozo on or about the
U ili of November. If the Under
will leave It at the Exchange
Hank he will he suitably rewnrd
eil. ' 12 2fi-2t
Glntrc H. Uradley, who recently
loented in the Jlcarillns, made a
marketing trip to Carrlzozo this
(lull in and ace the new Fords
with self starters. Western Gar
T Mn, J. H. Fulmcr, Jr., and
1 Miis II, M. Wahl were down from
Parson the flrt of this week.
How about storing your auto
mobile for the winter? The Car
rlzozo Transfer & Storage Com
pany will store it for you at a rea
sonable rate Phone MO. 2t
Thomas Johnson and Claud
ilranum came up from Three
Rivers Wednesday to spend the
holidays with home folk.
it us anvllihig or a Poril, we
hnve it. Western Oarage. dl'J
Joe E, Gentry, the genial post
muster at Fort Stanton, was here
yesterday enjoying Christmas
l'"or Your Winter Needs. Ther
mite for your Radiator, Kadlator
Covers, Chains. Western Garage
Marshal St. John went to Ala
mogordo on the 24th to attend a
meeting and dance given by the
Csrrlis'o Trtufir & Slortp Co.
l'hone your wants to 140 lor any
thing in the feed nnd Hour line.
We will call for and store any
thing you wish taken care of at
reasonable rates, 12-12-21
A. II. Norton was here Monday
from Jicarilla, making final proof
on his homestead.
One good sleeping room, nicely
furnished, lighted and heated,
close in. J. S. Rots. 2t
Mr. and Mrs. Allan K
crnme up from Ml P.isn
tlay to spend the holidays at their
olil home. They expect to re
turn to 131 Paso Sunday.
Eight precincts, including Cur
izozo, remain without enumer
ators to take the 14th census,
which is supposed to begin on
the 2nd of January.
Mrs. Zeela Morgan came in
from Texas this week, and is
spending the holidays with her
mother, Mrs. Massle K. Grumble,
.lames W. Baxter came in last
Saturday evening from Colum
bus, Mississippi. Jlmtnlc has
bis old position of machinist at
the shops here after a year's stay
in his old home town,
Mr. auiTMrsWayuell. Hamil
ton were here Wednesday from
El Paso, to spend Christmas with
relatives, They returned today.
M. U. Plnlcy, president of
the Carrlzozo Live Stock Com
mission Co,, came by Carrlzozo
Monday on His return from Santa
Kc to Koswcll,
O. T. Nye returned Saturday
morning from Santa Monica, Ca
lifornia, where lie left his family
comfortably located for the win
ter. He left the same day for
Picacho and Koswcll to look af'
tcr his oil Interests.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Finley, of
the I X ranch, left Monday for
Valentine, Texas, where they
will spend the Christmas holi
days with Mr. Finley's parents
and relatives. They expect to
return ubout the New Year.
J. S. Cox, of Hondo, was
marketing apples here the past
week. Mr. Cox is the owner of
the Ullburn ranch and orchard
below the town of Lincoln. He
stated that on account of the
heavy traffic between the Hondo
and Carrlzozo, the toads are badly
The hand touched calendars
ordered nearly a year ago.
by the First National Ilank have
not yet arrived. Word hat been
received at the bank that they
were shipped on the 19th, Inst.
They should be ready for distri
bution by Jail. 1, 1910.
Misses Mac and Pearl Kennedy
arc here from El Paso, spending
the holidays with their sister,
Mrs. W. J Fetter, and enjoying
a visit with friends.
Miss Edith Webb landed in
New York from Birmingham,
England, last Friday and arrived
here last Tuesday; joining her
aunt, Mrs, John H. Robertson,
who resides at Nogal. bhe is
delighted with our mountains
and expects to make her home
with her aunt.
A rumor was circulated here
last week that gas and oil was
struck in the Tinnlc-Plcacho well,
at a dcplt of 7S0 feet. The rumor
was Incorrect, hut the drill hud
entered a blue shale strata, slmll
ar to that found in the Ranger
Held, and believed to be a good
Indication. The hole is now
down over 1000 feet.
W. P. Tomnklns, formerly of
White Oaks and Carrlzozo, stopp
ed off here Tuesday to say "How
do" to his friends. Mr. Tomp
kin was returning from New
York, where he went to claim the
girl of his choice. They intend
to make El Paso their future
home. Mr. Tompkins is a bro
thcr of Engineer Tompkins of
this Division and also of Mrs
John M. Penfield of Lincoln. The
Ninvs extends its best wlslu.
To Our Friends and
Thanking you for your patronage
and hoping (or a continuance of
same during 1920
Wc wish all
a happy new year
THE UNIVERSAL CAH.
New Year's Greeting
Manaokmbnt of th WESTERN
GARAGE catendi its btst thanks to
its many friends and ouitomers for tbilr
patronage during 1919, and wishis thtm,
ons and all smooth running during 19N, and
CdflnM-lUiwrit WlKt LIh Stilt Lilt Ct.
New Year's Greetiuy
rE wish to thank our
many friends nnd cus
tomers for their liberal
patronage during the
year 1919, and wish
A Happy New Ymv
The Lincoln State Bank
"HiNK WltU US,'
OM)W WITH UH."
DEPARTMENT Of TIIK INTCIIIOII
Unlli BUrtM Uu4 Offlc
Ho.w.ll..N.U..Nor IT. I9I
B.tUI No. 0lMJ
Notice U hereby given Hint on the
4th dny of November; A.t)., HUD, the
Suntn He I'neillc Kaltmnd company,
by Howel Jours, its In ml coiumls
loner, ii in de uppllcatlon nt Hie
United States I.uml Ofllcc nt Kns
well, New Mexico, to select under
the Act of April 'it, 1014 (3:1 Sin. '.'ID
the following described land, In all;
I-otl,H!lHK, H.o 1: 811 BWH, Hm. ; W!l
Wtl.BKmJlYV H!lHlv4 H.o. 17 1 NliUHIIU,
B.o.lli NH8W14, H'NR. HliNWU. HWH
NW(t,B.o.H,TOSlt Hitlol N.M.I' M.
The purpose of (hi notice Ih to
nllow all persons claiming the 1 11 till
adversely, or desiring to show It In
be mineral In diameter, an oppor
tunity to Die objection to such locu
tion or selection with the locnl olil
ccrs (or the land district lit which
the Una Is situate, lo-wll; nt tho
land office aforesaid, unit establish
their interests therein, or the min
eral character thereof.
Dl:rAllTMKNT OK TUB INTSkIOiT
Unll. HmIm fcad Uflkv
Notice I hereby given that on thai
Kith dny of November, A.l). 1010, the
Santa I'e V nclllc N.lllroad company,
by llnwcl Jones, Its Land Cotumis-
olnner, made application nt Ihei
United Stnte Land Onlrc, nt Ron-'
well, New Mexico, lo delect mule
the Act ol April 21, t(U( (33 Slats.
211) the following described land,
N'i NliU. H IS, Tp. H , It a Dun
10,11. .N-i Him. M'M HK4. Ha d Utl. Kli'
Kli.Sw T, 8WXNWU, N'lStVU, .SWWBKlfr
Bm.,Ti I1H, II, UEt.tof N. kl p. U.
The purpose of this notice Is to1
nllow nil ncrRiina cliilnilnir ilii li,,wi
nuvcrsuiy, nrucsirint; 10 snow It lo
be mineral In chnrnctrr, an opportu.1
nil) 111 llli;uill'CIIOU 111 MUCH lOCUIIOIIfl
or selection wjth the local ofllcerMu,
nir nil' land district In which tbi-i
land Is sltuntf, tn-wll: nl the land!'
ufllro aforesalil, am) to pstubllsli"
their Interests therein, or the mill.
erni ennrncter tnercol.
Ntir. tt-hc. It llltr
HICI'A tlTll I'.NT OF Till: INTKlllOll
Ut.lt..! Hlu UuJOlIle.
UuiwMI, N.M., Nq. 50, HID
H.rUI Nu CHITO.I
NOTIC1C r ,
Nollci- Is hereby Klven that 011 the"
llh dny of November, A.l)., 11)1
f until I'c I'ncldc Knllwny coinpuny,
by Howel Jones, Its land commis ,
sloner, made application nt theL
t,-.ll...lki,..,.. r.. ... n..
1 imri , .-iiiiivn 1111111 11111:1;, Ul nilHy
well, New Mexico, to select under' yj
Hie Act of April 21, HOI CfJ Slut. '.'IDs
the followiniideHcrlbeU land, to-wit;
V. SKIj. Hue. !i NRIi MWIi. S'li SHU. M. .?l',
l NWU NWH. Kit Wit, H.o. P WIS NI'.H.fl
tf.e IS; T.. I S., It IS l't nt N. M. P. U,
The (iitrpose of this notice la to
nllow nil persons cliilnilnir the land
adversely, or dcHlrlnif to show It to
be mineral In character, nn oppor
tunity to Die objection to such locu
tion or selection will) the local o.
cers for tho hind district In which
the land Is Mlnate, to-wltt at the"
land onlce nloresalil, nnd to ex 1 11 1 1-
URl'AllTWKNT OV TI1C INTCIIIOII
UdIIkI BtilM Und OHIct
iloiw.ll.N.U., Nor. IT, 1010
(Xtll No, 0t2M
Notice is hereby L'lven that on the
4th dny of November, A. D 1119,
the Snntn Ke l'nclllc Raltrond com
pany, by Howel Junes, Us land com
mlssloner, made application ut I lie
United States Land Office nt Uoh-
well, New Mexico, to select under the
Act of April 21, 1001 (XI Stnt. 211) the
following described land, to-wlt:
HI!U SWU, B'l HUH, Bu tl, Tp. S H, II. S lit.l 1
lLtl,SlBEk,mo.liBtl BW, .. i!0, Tp.
SB., R.I But ntN.U. P. tl.
The parpen of litis notice Is
to allow nil persons claiming the
land adversely, or desiring to
show It to be mineral In chnrncter,
an opportunity to file objection to
such locution or selection with the
locnl officers for the land district in
which the land is situate, tn-wll: nt
tin, tiind ftfflef nfiiri-fnitil. mid to
M.inni ail I ini. nin... a innrniii .if' u I I inir ininmuiu n ntniii r iii.
ine mineral cnarucicr incrcoi. iiiiiieini cunrncier incrcui.
KM MUTT PATTOS,
Nnr. M-DM. H llfil.l.r
Red Cross Christmas seals nnd The Red Cross. Christmas seal
health bonds are the great driv- .carries in practical fo:-v. the mes-
injf force behind the incvcment s;ie of the Christ-child, It is a
I to combat tuberculosis and nil i itiessetiircr of hope to mllllotis
other preventable diseases. 13uy nnd is an inseparable part of nn
them. American Christmas.
pOR your very liberal Patronage
and kind favors during 99; we
3 thank you.
Oiir New Ytar'i Rctolve
TO EXTEND TO OUR FRIEKDS RHD CUSTOMERS THE
SAME COURTESY THEY HRVE RLWRYS RECEIVED
TO TRY A" J SHOW OUR APPRECIATION OF THE BUSL
NESS WE HAVE RECEIVED FROM THEM.
TO KEEP OUR BANK SAFE SOUND AND CONSERVATIVE
AT ALL TIMES.
TO WISH ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERSA HAPPY
NEW YEAR AND TO DO WHAT WE CAN TO MAKE
First National Bank
Carrlzozo, N. M.
"TRY FIRST NATIONAL SERVICE"
MAY the Yule tide bririg
tke bii of' joy and happln"
December 25, 1919.
Carrizozo Trading CS
OaalUv ftril Thtn fri.