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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 10 August 1917

C&rnz Outlook Published Weekly in the Interest of Carrizozo, and Lincoln County VOL, XI-NO. 81 CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1917 PRICE $2,00 PER YEAR1 jm cm ozo New Mexico Homesteaders Suffer Wrong Declaring Hint wrong nnd in juatico had been dono to thous ands of homo-seekers nnd homo builtiors in Now Mexico by the action of the joint conference eommittoo on the food control bill in striking out of the bill the 80'cnlled Fall amendment, Con gressman W. B. Walton voiced hirf protest against that action in a brief but vigorous speech on the floor of the House, but de clined to carry his fight for the amendment to the point where it wmild further delay in action on the food bill. Mr. Walton took the high ground that New Mexico could better afford to suffer injustice for a little while longer than to run the risk of delaying action on a measure urgently demanded for the relief of more than a hundred million American citi zens. While the Fall amendment w...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 10 August 1917

CARWZOZO OUTLOOK. COMMUNITY STORE IDEA BROUGHT TO U. S, What li believed to be the first community atore In the United 8ttei of the type which li common In England, has been established In Wash Ington, D. C. It Is owned by the two or three hundred families which pat ronize It. Qoods are sold at as near cost as possible and the profits are paid to each member of the organization In proportion to the amount of goods he has purchased. The picture shows the Interior of the store. Ed ward Evans, a native of England and manager of the store, Is In the cen ter. He was a Congregational minister In Washington for four years before establishing the community store. An Ounce of Prevention By DFt. SAMUEL 0. DIXON Commissioner of Health of Pennsyl vania. lloforo llio causes of disenso were known or tho practical (implication of nature's ways of producing Immunity to iJlHeitMC, wo had to suffer nn nttnek of sickness nml then trust to drugs nuil nursing for cure. TlilH was n illllk'Ult task nntl t...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 10 August 1917

CAHHIZOZOOUTLOOIC. DENVER WOMAN GAINS 15 POUNDS Tried Many Different Medicines and Kept Getting Worse All the Time. TOOK STEP-FATHER'S ADVICE "My Improvement li the Tlk of My neignoornooa," say Mr. Qalloway. "I hnvo gained fifteen pounds by tnk Ing lonliic nml my Improvement In llio talk of II! neighborhood," snld Mrx. J, II. (Inllowny, wlfo of ono of the most popular conductora on the Denver tind Itlo (Irnndu rnllrond, who resides nt West Thirty-third itvenuo, Don vcr. "For threo yenrn," Mm continued, "I duffered no from nervousness nnd en1 tnrrh of tho head that I couldn't get moro tint 11 two or three bourn (deep a nlglit. Sly liend win stopped up nil tho time, my mouth wnn dry nnd hot nnd i luid n contlnunl dripping of mil cous hack Into my thront. My ntom null liecnmo affected nnd I couldn't (II gest wlmt I uto. I hnd tho most (trend fill hendnehefi Imaginadlo nnd wlillo I tried n number of different medicine I kept getting worse, "My stepfather In I.lmn. Ohio, told me ubout Ti...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 10 August 1917

salo, ontaining somo of the AVISO. Compramos muebles dp segun da mano y pagamos los mejores precios, dinero en la mano, y vendemos cosns do segunda mano, por precios regulares. Antes quo venda las cosas quo tiene para vender, deve de ver a nosotros, n la tienda dp.se gundo mano. " Relley & SON. CARRIZOZO OUTLOOK. THE OUTLOOK Putillthtil W'tekly In tin Inlfrnt of Curriioio lid Lincoln Count. Ntw Mtilto, A. L. DtfllKi:, Kdllor ami l'ubll.hcr LARGEST ClflCULAIION IN THE COUNT? Knlcreil nt pcond-clan matter January rt, 1(111, nt tlic pout ollirontCnrrlioio, Now Mexico, under tliu Act of March 3, 1870 Adtrrilalnc lormi elntf Vdnly itnomi Stw roliinni tlom Thiiinl? niinl. Oil you In uní rfrfljü your pupfr tnutirlV, ptfM nollly 1'uWWi.r JAdvillln liliion ppllllon I SUBSCRIPTION MATES ONB YEAH, in A.l.. . JX MONTHS In A'ltino . OFrlCT. PI IONE NUMDüH 14 2 (ID $1.00 (RID'W. AUGUST 10. 1917 KEEP OLD GLORY FLYING. WE'RE THANKFUL. The Outlook wishes to thank the oood people of Cnrrizozo for...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 10 August 1917

with the Newells on tha Ruidosa. home on the Ruidosa. At 04'TMKIK. A HEARTY WELCOME AWAÍTS YOU AT THE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday Auk. l' 11 A. M. "Thu Seven-story Christian" 8 P. M. "Thu Most Essential Preparedness" Fresh Line of Staple and Fancy Groceries Mayer Building :-: Telephone 6 Dove Season Opens Aug, 16, 1917 The CASH SrOHIi carrion the largest stock of nmunition in Lincoln county. We have plenty of Amunition suitable for dove shouting now on hand, liny your nmimition curly and bo sino tu get tho kind you want. You will find tho following prices comparatively low: Arrow or Leader Shells for 12 or 1(5 Gauge gun. per box $1.10 Arrow or Leader Shells for 20 Gauge gun, per box $1.00 Repeater or Nitro Club Shells for 12 or 1G Gauge gun per box - - - $1.00 Repeater or Nitro Club Shells for 20 Gauze gun, per box 95c "OURS is the TRADE that . .. . SERVICE mude." KelleySon You Always Feel 6 'At Home" AT THE STOCKMENS STATE BANK Meet your friends and transact your business in our office. ...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 10 August 1917

... 5 ' Is". i'- br. f" Geo. Epenco SPÉÑCE f ÁTTÓBNI Id Dank Ilulldlnp Carrlznn GEO. I: Altor, Oarriiozo . H. B. Attm District Attorney Civil I'racn Phone CI Ckrrixoto - SETII "Atu Practico li Oicuro CHARLES 1. MlDlrif! Wlilta OakH EDWI1' AttlM Gel' Office Ovtril Atamogorodo WILLI Notary Pablic, l Before Jusili Carriiozo Fit AN I Insurance Accncy lintablltl U .Carrlzozo - bu. n. i!, i' "1 Excliaiijjc Carrlzozo rr Funeral Director V Carrlzozo OAUUIZOW every V Matonic Hull. A bo prcecnt,atul vl Q. T. McCjiillU i É A. O. John. (uiütifcoy.u A I Carrizor L. K. Krlmi-ff B- V. Millrr. CJAIUUZOZO I -Corrii.cn. Ilcgular iiico'Ii t'Mrd PrM 'HTcliant No. 48 México Hitrlct ínuw México Mexico ' Mexico tore México Attorney urt ' Mexico 'io 'tt Bank Mexjco TI8T. w Mexico Kmbalmer w Mexico oTTi AS HiK In tlw ro urged In wclcorm-d ninl 8. NoTfi Ico iiiuiiniration i ;i, Feb. a. mil 7, May 6, 10, July 2S, i m, Oct. fr bo . U2 and 7 -V, A ' ! ;iü l.O.O.F xlco ' Mlllei.N.O. O.Jobneon, IT I'lrit iñd, i. ...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 10 August 1917

Titsworth Co. Capitán, N. M. OAKIUKOKO OUTLOOK. Si 6Tl 12 9 ft a 1 Building Material With u largo stock of building material wo aro able to give you good service and so licit the trade of tito people of Lincoln county, Carrirozo and adjacent towns, Fox worth-Galbraith Lumber Co. D. R. Stewart, Manager You Must Buy Groceries; WhyNotTry BELL'S If not already a customer you .should be. We are located IN THE NEW WETMORE BUILDING and invite the public to inspect our new quarters. Fresh Goodt, Reasonable Prices, A Sanitary Store. Stovea and Ranges Builders' Hardware N. B. Taylor & Sons I Blacks mi tiling and Hardware CARRIZOZO and WHITE OAKS Tinware, Paintu, Qlaaa, Oils of all Kinds, Guns, Ammunition, Harness, Etc. Nogal News Henry Emerson has bought the Brown Hotel in Nogal and will repair and furnish it so that the traveling public may bo accom modatcd. O. C. Davis and wife went to Carrizozo Monday, to transfer the deed to Mr. Emerson. M, B. Mayes and family, for mer residents of No...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 10 August 1917

ÚAllMZOKD OUTLOOK. ' Í1EART SUNSET (gpREX BEACn 4uthorof"mSpoilers,""Tfie Iron Trail," "The Silver Horde," Etc. MRS AU8TIN IS ACCU8ED DV HER DRUNKEN HUS BAND OF DEINQ TOO FRIENDLY WITH THE STATE RANQER. Mrs. Alnlro Austin, o hand some young matron, mistress of l.ns Patinas riincli, gels lost In Ufo Toma desert and after tin idl-ilnr struggle wanders Into llio llttlo camp of David Law, a r niiRo oillcer hunting n Mell en n murderer. Clrcumstancos forcu her to stay (hero over night anil nil tlio next day. I.nw catches his innn and kills an other, (lien escorts her home. CHAPTER IV. At Las Palmas. Although tho lower counties of southwest Texas aro Hut and hndly watered, they possess a rich soli. They are favored, too, by n kindly climate, Hihtroiilc In Its mildness. Tho Itlo (Iriindc, Jaundiced, erratic ns nil In' valid, wring Its saffron lilood from tho rliiy IiIiiITh and gravel canyons of tho hill country, hut nenr Its estuary winds quietly through n low coastal plain -which (ho very...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 10 August 1917

King Constantino of Grceco gavo up cially has It been very uciui in rases o; larri, nr In fla inmnl Inn nf the hlflflllrr. I CAIUUZOZO OUTLOOK. THIRD YEAR OF WAR SEES SITUATION OF THE ALLIES GREATLY IMPROVED Germany's Position Less Favorable Than One Year Ago or Two Years Ago In Principal Theater of War, the West, East and Italian Fronts, the Entonte Aillos Have Shown Decided Superiority. New York. Germany's Bltuntlon at tho cud of throe yenrs of war nppeurs lenn favorable tlmn It djd either ono year ago or two year ngo. 81m ha to her crcillt In tho last twelvemonth tho crushing of Ill-prepared ltoiiinnntn ntiil tho conquest of two-thirds of Hint nation' territory. nut In tho principal theater of wnr, tho west, cant anil Italian fronts, tho entonto allien havo shown, aa tho whole, a gecldcU superiority to tho central power. In tho mutcrlals of war tho nation fighting for democracy clearly havo an Increasing udrantago over tho kalBor' legion. They havo dealt the enemy blow after blow...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 10 August 1917

OARRIZOZO OUTLOOK. 3 11: r in miétr i. i AiMi'ijiiy a!sa v r vuvw8m&. "Whtn you pay more than FUl( prlctt, you pay for something that does not txUt." t No Wonder This Man Smiles! HE has found a real Non-Skid tire one of the few tires with tread bo constructed that it actually protects against dan gers of wet pavements and muddy roads. And the price is fair and right. TIRES Standard of Tire Valuo IffM. i., Fhf( Tira For Sale By Western1 Garage mmmmmmmmmmmmmmuimiiimmm 13 THE CITY GARAGE Phoncj36 VINCENTJREIL,3IProp. Phone 36 Agent for MAXWELL cars the most economical and dependable car Wo will nave you money on Tiros nnd Supplies. Wo carrythcVlnrgcat stock of the best tirca and supplies in town. Tim beat mito service in town. Our motto "Quirk Servico and Itcasonablo Prices." Mail orders given prompt attention. . . . . . Henry Lutx returned Friday from a business trip In St Louis. Patronize the Chrystal Theatre Mr. Dingwall gives you the best films on the market see them. Mr. and M...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 17 August 1917

.-f. VOL. XI-NO. 35 CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1017 PRICE $2.00 PER YEAH CARRIZOZO OUTLOOK Published Weekly in the Interest of Carrizozo, and Lincoln County Ranchmen and Sheepmen Battle OverLandRights One Man Killed and Another Wounded in Shooting Af fray Which Occured Near Jicarilla Monday. An old troublo over land, that has been brewing for some timo resulted in a pitched battle Tues day near Jicarilla, between five moxlcan sheen men: Eusebio Carabajal, his two sons Marcell no and Manuel Carabajal, Thorn as Maes, a son-in-law of Caraba inl nnd Bernudo Sanchez of the sheen mens and Measers Fam brough, Fleming, Eli ft Carty, and three sons of the ranchman, Last Sunday, Mr. Fleming, who claims to own the land, noti ced two herds of sheep across the line on his land and notified tho sheepmen to remove them which they refused to do. Mr. Fleming, desirous of avoid incr trouble, went to Jicarilla to get tho assistance of a deputy ssherlff but that official ...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 17 August 1917

CAKKIKOZO OUTLOOK. i. Jr f HEART OF THE SUNSET IM I HI I nil Wl I III 1 By REX BEACH ulfof e"""A SpolUn," "Tht Inn Tiall." "TU Sllett llotit," Etc. Coprrlibl bf lUrjwr A llrolbtn CHAPTER IV Continued. Hloze, In truih, wos embarrassed tiy tlio Izo of his holdings, Imt ho shook his heiid. "No, I'm too old to go rum piiKln' nfter now gods. 1 nln't got tlio Imnglimtlon to rulso nnythlng inoro Complicated thnn n tnortgngo; hut If I wns younger, I'd organizo myself tip nnd do nwny with thnt l-M Austin. I'd Rtiro help him to mi untimely end, nnd then I'd innrry them iiccnn groves, end hlooded herds, nnd tlrug-storo orchards. Hho certnlnly Is n.henrt-lircnliln' de vice, with hor red linlr, nnd red Hps nil "Father I" rnlomn wns deeply Rhockcd. Completo Isolation, of cdtirso, Alnlro lind found to bo Impossible, oven though her ranch lay fur from tlio trav eled roads mid her Mexlcnn guards wero not encouraging lo visitors, lltisl ness Inevitably brought her Into con tact with n consideradlo nu...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 17 August 1917

QAItniZOZO OUTLOOK. White Oaks Dr. nnil Mrs. Humo nnd Dr. and Mrs. GrisBOin motored tip from AlitmuKordo in Dr. Humc'8 new Ford and spent u couple of days visiting, nnd lookinp nt tliu i thouh unlay ninht which wns enjoyed by a very nice crowd. Mrs. ''ick Warden waa up from Carrizozo Sunday visitinp Mra. Atwood Littell. Mrs. Anna T. Urown is slowly recovering from a severe illness, not yet able to smile country. Mra. Hume who was forniorly Miss Nicholls, has a numberof friends and acquaint ances here, having taught school here several years ago. Mr. John Dalcnnd family wore lit from their ranch Sunday visit across the counter in the store on the cornor of which she is the sole snucks. Word comes from Hoswell that Mrs. Lund, a former resident of this plncc, died there last Sun day and was buried Tuesday. inirthuirdniiLrliinriinilsnn.In.linv Mrs. Lund was the mother of Mr. and Mrs Clyde C. Collier. : Mrs. Win Watson of White Oaks, There has boon snvornl hnrd , who has been at her beds...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 17 August 1917

CAimiZOZO OUTLOOK. THE OUTLOOK Puliililil Wrrkly In Ilia lntrrrt nf Carriioio ikI I.IiiooIii Ouutj. Nrw Matlco, A. U IIUIIKK, Ktlltnr nii.1 l'nlillxlicr URGEtT ClflCUUTION IN THE COUNT) lintercil n rrniiiil-rlnn nmttT Janiiar (, Iflll.nt llinHHt nlliront Cnrflioio.Nrw Meslcti, under tlio Art of Mnrrli .1, 187(1 AllmlMiif Inrnii elnao VcliiUy it noou Ni Mlunina flom Thnrnlay manl. Oil you t nil rrcMreymir pnprr fitlrly.piM nolll til 1'iiMlthrr tJAilrrrtliliiK nlnon uppllcnlloD sunscmiTioN haies ' NF. VRAM. ii A.I..M. tl 0 I MONTHS InVl.tnc $1.00 WICE I'HONK NUMIlKIt I FRIDAY. AUGUST 10, 1917 KEEP OLD GLORY FLYING. "Hans Von La Follette" The penco resolution introdu ced in the Senate by our distin guished senator. LaFollotte. pro vides that United States define definitely the objects for which it shall continue to wage war and that the allies also make u public re-statement of the peace terms which they vill demand. The resolution seeks to put eongnjss on record as opposing support by...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 17 August 1917

Titsworth Co. Capitán, N. M. nlilo for tho iittrpoxd ivnn tin cumin rimt nil ot'eniilc lilnl. !mllur I tin (H'llFIIII llllll f('('(tlll( tilmos! exclusivo- HÜdfcV CAHIU550ZO OUTLOOK. I m 4i IS Building Material With h largo stock of building material wo nro ftblu to give you good servico find so licit the trade of the people of Lincoln county, Carrizozo and adjacent towns. Foxworth-Galbraith Lumber Co. D. R. Stewart, Manager You Must Buy Groceries; WhyNotTry BELL'S If not already a customer you should bo. Wo aro located IN THE NEW WETMORE BUILDING and invito the public to inspect our new quarters. Fresh Goods, Reasonable Prices, A Sanitary Store. Stovefl and Ranges Builders' Hardware N. B. Taylor & Sons Blackumithing and Hardware CARRIZOZO and WHITE OAKS Tinware, Paints, Sluas, Oils of all Kinds, Guns, Ammunition, Harness, Etc. Red Cross History 1 Locnl women Interested in tho Rod Cross arc dovoting all of their spare time to work set a- part for tho organization. Tho Red Cross,...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 17 August 1917

precios, dinero en la mano, y vendemos cosas de segunda mano, por precios regularos. Antes (juo venda las cosas iiue tiene para vonder, dove do ver a nosotros, a la tienda do ge gundo mano - Khi.lby & Son. Furniture Wanted. We pay highest ciibIi prlcos for vour household oods. Call ! d ley & Sons, phono 96 or dhll CAKKIZOZO OUTLOOK. METHODIST CHURCH (Rev. Marntnn, Patut.) BAPTIST CHURCH (llev. J. M. Gardner, fautor.) The pastor Is in White Onks this week. The service next Sunday morning will be in charge of Mr. H.'M. Hunson. On Sunday night Rev. Perry J. Rice of El I'nso, will preach. If is theme will be "Meeting nn Emergency," with reference to the (uoatlon of conservation of food. This will be a union intiot Ing. Brother Gnrdnur has dia iniKsud his Firvice and ills eon KNWttion will be with us. Beginning on Friday night, Sentomber 7th, we are to have special meetings, ltov. John C. Ilinoi. the Texas Cowboy, haai Ofroed tn help us for ton days. The pastor will preach Sunday...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 17 August 1917

CAItltlKOZO OUTLOOK. -'Wl RRYING AGAINST Oy LAUHA JEAN LIDDEY. An obi farrtilwusfl wllh meadow nido, Hwfji wltli clever on illtinr sido; A bright.?! 'MJtll, who looks from nut Tliedoor with woodbine nronlhtd Willi- VlaliP.1 'tlil uii lliouKlit nil Hi day: 'Till, It I could Iml fly nvtnv IVdiM 1 1 ill (lull rtwt tlifi word! to see, J lew lniiy I nould bo." Wlmt jiiulli of mio nm) twenty ti tul IMMlll Of SWUOt SlXtiell If tilt')' llllpllOIH'll to become onmnorcd nf nno another would not loll you Unit tlicro In Juit otto person In tliu world fur litem, ntul cticli litis met Hint mo? It li nil In VHln fnr relative ir friends to nl(iint to tllMitmlu them from their fooling. Tho young Hum declare ho will Ittttvo Iioitio mill nil belonging lo tiltil II ltd go ml lulo Hid world to earn fume n ml ftirtutiu fnr Hip girl lie Iiiih iliiison. Tliu timid declare 1 1 in t If kIiu cnniint wed llin horn of her 1 itti rt she will tuiior, never miirry. 'I'limiitli her IIik muy not complnlii Iter mil o...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 17 August 1917

computo ivv JQiiyoxv CARRIZOZO OUTLOOK. People You Know J. Ü, French was an El I'aso visitor lust week. Kov. Herbert Haywood nrrl veil In Carrizozo this week. Mr. Haywood wus pastor of the Uap tiit Church here (or several ymr. TI10 twenty-month old baby of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. Dalghlish is very III at the Kahler home. Kov. G. G. Frond, who has litan chaplain in the W. S. Public lloalth Service, stationed at Fort Stanton for the past five years, lias reiignod. He has been mndo aasiutantto IJishop Schuler nttho Cathedral at El Paso. His many friends regret to learn of his de parture. Hev. T. A. Sederlc will ucceetl Father Frund. A card was received by Mr. Frank Gurney from Mr. nnd Mrs. Oicnr Bamberger, which rend: "On to little old New York." Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Kelly and baby Huth, have returned from a two weok's visit in the Mo gollona. Tliey report some ex cellent trout fishing. They came by the way of Eloplmnt Hutte Dam, snonding Sunday at that pin-!. K. E. Stidhnm, I. E. Schaeffor a...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 24 August 1917

CARRIZOZO OUTLOOK Published Weekly in the Interest of Carrizozo, and Lincoln County VOL. XI-NO. 8Ü CARRI.OZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, 1917 PRICE $2.00 PER YEAR 4 First National Bank Soon to Be in New Home An Up-to Datc Building With New and Advanced Fea tures to Be Completed in Short Time. Wcdensday wc had the occn' sion to visit the First Natiunul Bank and was shown over the huilding that is rapidly nearing completion. In many respecta this will be one of the most com plete and up to date buildings in the state. Tho owners have spared neither time nor expense in their efforts to get the best that is to bo had for the building, furniture and fixtures. Wo take pleasure in giving a short do scrintion of tho work as it will stand when completed. The main building is 24xG0 and 1G feet high, the main bank ing room is 40 feet long and 25 feet wide; the entire floor of the lobby will bo covered with tile while back of the counter the working Bpacu has a floor of co m...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 24 August 1917

OAKMZOZO OUTLOOK. EART ALAIRE AUSTIN AROUSES THE BRUTAL COVETOUSNESS IN GENERAL LONGORIO'S NATURE AND HE BE GINS TO PLAN ACCORDINGLY Mrs. Alul; o Austin, a hutidsnmo young tuutroii, mistress of 1-na raimas ranch, gets lust In tliu 'JVxns desert and after tin nil-day struggto wanders Into tliu llttlu enmp (if David Law, n rangor, hunting n Mexican murderer. Clrcumstiincas force her to stay Ul hours In llio camp. Law catches Ids man, lillls another and es corts her home. "Young H'l" Austin, drunken wastrel, berates his wlfo and ttinkos Insluiintlons nhout the rangor, Austin Is se cretly In lcaguo with Mexican rebels. Alalro starts for her ranch La rerln, In federal Mexican territory, to sccuru damaees for cut tlo confiscated by soldiery. CHAPTER V Continued. 5 "I was coming to thnt. Your hus band, señora, Is nn nctlvo Cúndelo ristn." Tor n moment Alalro was nt n loss; Ihcn sho replied with some spirit! "We nro two people, ho and I. I.u Ferhi be longs (o mo." ".Nevertheless Ids conduct...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
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