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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 2 November 1917

Titsworth Co. Capitán, N. M. OARItlZOZO OUTLOOK. People You Know Ben West was a business vis itor at Orogrando Tuesday. Mrs. A. B. Helms of Nogal was a Carrizozo visitor Tuesday. Dr. R. T. Lucas, wife, and A. Lewis Burke motored to Roswell Tuesday. L. S. Ernest of Tucumcari was a business visitor in Carrizozo Wednesday. Mrs. John E. Bell left for El Paso Wednesday for a short visit with friends. Chris Grube, of Alamogordo, bridge foreman for the E. P. & S. W was hero Wednesday. Judge Y. P. Hewitt, John Townsend and George Queen were business visitors from White Oaks Monday. Pass tho sugurl Well, a solid train load of that household ne cessity passed through Carrizozo tho first of tho week. JudgeS. P. Crews loft for Chi cago Monday evening after fin ishing up matters of importance in Judge Medlcr's court. Leo Gale, the big jolly grocery drummer was here from El Paso 'the first of the week interview ing our msrehants on eats. Mrs. Austin Patty and chil dren arrived Sundny from the...

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. — 2 November 1917

swssn wj wkmwm vi vsiubam vaej bmi ASTHMADOn teltk fom(ClsrtuJrMltlarer PovlF) oIUT.Ir iItm fraTAHt UI.Ur In .tir, IJ ooMtdtrjd Inaarabti, ttur batlns tried rr olkM bum at rallaf In tala. Saffanra natura OARHIZOZO OUTLOOK. IT'S GREAT TO BE A CANNING CLUB GIRL with other collcgo athletes, and we therefore mndo a virtue of necessity." Doctor Ilaycroft disagrees with the populur notion tRnt American expert ncss In bnscbnlt throwing will provs n distinct ndvnntago In the hurling of liombn. Trench experience, ho states, hnR demonstrated Hint the most cflco tlvo results with thoso deadly llttlo missiles Is obtained by a forward and thrusting throw, ns In shot-putting or the short-nrmcd bowling throw which prevails In cricket. Information ob talncd from thoso who hnvo hnd ex perlcnce with bombs and grenades on tlio battlefields and In tlio Canndlnn enmps Indlcato that the freo overhand baseball throw Is too prono to over shoot tlio mark to be of such pro nounced advantage, as most American...

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. — 2 November 1917

CAItllIZOZO OUTLOOK, HELP SOW SAVE PIGS Farrowing Pen Should Bo Equipped With Wooden Rails. Prevents Mather From Crowding Lit tle Fellowi to Death Provide Qood Slinlter From Cold and Rain Have Solid Floor. Wo nro nuked by the president to increase thu production of our fjirnm. In the fnco of tlio fact Hint tlio plea mint) almost too lute fur Homo farmers tu riiillciilly chungo their plans, tlio acrengu for ciilllviilcil crops has been nomlcrfully Increased. Tlu llvo ti tit teiwirre corner uf stump, or hillside, lund width hud previously been con sidered not worth tho troulilo Imvu been liroko for ctlttlvtitlntt. A ftv fiiniuTH wlto Imvu every nvnll ahlu ii rru under ctilllviitlon in tint con tent themselves In trying tu raise iiiorc to tlio uero and In conserving all thuy am. In HiIk connection nn effort to snvu tlin Ilttto pjgs ut furrowing time Ih tin iliiulilcilly n tiriilltnlilu mid n patriotic mi'lliod conserving tlio food supply, Conlrnry to sumo of thu older fiiriii crs' Idei...

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. — 2 November 1917

CARRIZQZO OUTLOOK. se- LAUNDRY- 0 Why worry about Iho family washing with sof,p at 4 for a quarter and water two bits a barrel when you can send your work to mo and it will bo washed clean, ironed beautifully and returned promptly, and the cheapness of Iho price will surprise you., Carrizozo Cleaning Works Cleaning and Pressing Our Man About Town Classified Ads ' A íryinp pan is a very neces sary utensil to have on a hunt trip for more than one purpose. Ask someone who knows, ' The carnival pulled stakes Thursday night and wandered dh to fields of new advonture. Judging from the amount of business they transacted during the frosty nights, they will haven very hard time pulling "stenks" before they reach sunny territory, where the days are yellow and beer is 5 cents a glass. Tho tvnrlí nf niirvfivíncr thn. streets for sidewalks is about finished and the bumps and the knots will soon bo leveled down. tho low places filled and now en-! during sidewalks will bo laid. A enr of Wichita's ...

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. — 16 November 1917

CARRIZOZO OUTLOOK Published Weekly in the Interest of Carrizozo, and Lincoln County VOL. XI-NO. 47 CARRI.OZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1917 PRICE $2.00 PER YEAR Range Cattle Feed Well on Native Roughness Experiments at State College Prove Interesting to Cattle Men as Dry Season Forces Ranchmen to Substitute. Recent experiments nt Stato College on winter feed for range cattle, to prevent shipping them out of the state, shows in a bul letin recently issued, that prickly pear and bear grasa aro the most promising range feed nvnilable for cattle during the winter season. Tlieso experiments grew out of the diro necessity of arriving at a substitute for cattle feed, owing to the dryness of the past season, and a great deal of work needs to bo done to arrange the details of the experiment, so as to determine the value of each. However, the bulletin contains an interesting table, giving the dry protein, ash, fat and fiber of a number of range feeds. The design of the...

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. — 16 November 1917

moro?" "Wlmt timo did It hnppcn)" "It was noon when I cuino In." deed lost no timo, nnd that lila alarm hnd met with lustnnt responso. lay In tho hands of llosa Morales, Mli-nír-INF! ralla In pura. .Jé OAItUIZOZO 0UTLOOK. f 1 HEART 5UN5ET CKEXBEACR Author of 'The Spoilers, " "The Iron Trail," "The Silver Horde," Etc. CHAPTER XVII. Continued. 17 A lit t lo Inter I'lilutiui, pnlo nnd heavy eyed, tolo Into tin room, nnil Dave's cheerful greeting nwnku Mrs. Strange wltli it Jerk. "Mol You're feeling licttcr, aren't you?" the lullor win ii n ii crlctl, licnrllly. "Ves. How illil I got herol" Dnve naked. "1 tmiHt Imvo been right nick ntiil trniihlcsomo to you." l'liliiiim smiled nnil nodded. "Sick I Why, Dnve, you frightened us ncnrly to dentil I You were clour out of your bend." Mm. Htrnngn liroko Into Ills frown Inn meditation to unit, "How lone luco you linil ii night's sleep)" "I Oh, the prosecutor nt Hrowns- vllh nln't let mu ulono u minute for a week." "Uniph I 1 thought ho. You puz...

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. — 16 November 1917

CAItRIZOZO OUTLOOK. NEW BAGS PRETTY Attractive Ones Can Be Made at Homo at Small Cost. ' Velvet, Fur and 8atln Are Popular Malcríale ae Throughout the World of Dreti. Une nro moro nllurlne than ever .this yenr. I Tlio best of them nro oxpcnslvo trl 'Acs, but there nro .others that nro nt tractive without being cxtrnvngnntly liiKh-nrlced, ami its Is always the enso when drnwNtrlriK bags nro In order, innny n woman cun mnko u good-look-Í UK line for liiTsclf without spcndltie much money. Velvet nnd fur and satin aro tho popular materials hero as throughout tiic world of dreg, with beautiful bro cades and other fancy silks to belli In tbo Rood work. For llio omnipresent knitting ling of course nil sorts of materials aro used, from ra III a to Rold brocado; hut tho smaller hnndbae Is less cnthollc nnd less spectacular, though often exceed InRly orlRtnal, Tlio head bag has lost nono of Its voguo and appears In delightful shapes, colorings and designs, ono tono colorines being pcrlmps fir...

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. — 16 November 1917

Titsworth Co. Capitán, N, M. 4 -wtwtt CARRIZOZO OUTLOOK. a. THE OUTLOOK PuMithetl Wt.My In tli InUfMt of Carriioio ud Lincoln Count;, Ntw Mtileo, A. h. UUIIKE, ICctitor and Publitlicr LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE COUNT Unten! an urcoml-clns matter January (, 1011, at lliopntoif1coat(!nrrlioio,New (léxico, under the Act of March 3, 1870 Aatrititlng forml cln.e WnJnfuLr t noon "ttwt column eloi ThurtiUy mint. Oil you la not rfokf ysur piprr rtlrlr. piiw eotKy Iba t'ublUhtr JAdeMliln rt.i oo appllotloD SUBSCRIPTION RATES DNK YEAH, lnAd..nct 00 UX MONTHS LAd..t . $1.00 OFFICE PHONE NUMBKIt 24 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1G, 1917 YOUR FLAG AND MINE. The Holy City Reports from reliable sources furnish news of the retreat of the Turkish forces, before the British advance in Palestine. This good news should bo hailed with delight by all liberty loving people, for it is one of tho most important pieces of infor mation that has come over tho wire for some time. British forces are approaching the "City of ...

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. — 16 November 1917

Sandoval Lucero OAItRIZOZO OUTLOOK. Christmas Cards ! More Christmas Greeting Cards and Folders will bo used this year than ever before. In a few weeks the engravers will bo swamped with orders. Antici pate your Christmas needs. ORDER YOUR CARDS NOW. Many who sent in their orders oven a month beforo Christmas were disappointed last year. The demand will doubtless overtax the output this year. Call and seo our showing of the new ideas in Christmas Cards and place your order NOW. THE OUTLOOK Carrizozo, New Mexico i Winter Touring I For the eastern motorist re lieved of considerations of dis tance and time, California offers ' what a winter touring ground should have," writes Alexander Johnston in the November issue of MoTor. "A glorious climate with a January average of 154, and sunshine practically every day during this time of the year, outdoor life in the golden State is the accepted condition of ex istence. In its highway system California has a potent lure for motorists from ever...

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. — 16 November 1917

OARTUZOZO OUTLOOK. i il Notice of Sale VlrlKlA Bcutrlco Romero do Mar- Bar nettüiD Store OKKKBBÜtKKKHtP tinez, Juanita Romero do . t .1. (.. Gonzales, ManuelitaMir- ., . abiodosamora, latowifo Wholesale and Retail the evcnlnp.. As a iucctlon tr dn'nty lunch! 0f FrodericO Romero, do- CttmthrthaMwumMM d d Conrado I brown hrend), Dill plcltlci, Ghrimp snlad, Ice cola ' . 'n.vo. Romero, a minor, by , U-.. fmin nnrl FVrl Ittelfn nutritive drink. Cvo mnkei nn ppetWnR VitoWo Martinez, his Jt VW III C&lU. 1 CCU x end dellKhtfut addition to ny menl-hot or cold. friend, Plaintiffs, KU-'rhTnll-ycnr-'roiind of drink. Vs. I No2G48. ' StOCk Salt. OÜ Cftlte 5oW In bolll., only ,nH boIlM rictutlnly bT A AlltOniO LUCCTO, latO llUH- 7 A,.nu.tR.uu8c,.-STji:ou band of Clara Romero do Wl gfe Lucero, deceased, Do- ! VV OOU ttllU VUal SS?) iSSfESSSjHEfeiA In the district Court of iho r- . i c r ioSíS HPRfijMii Third Judicial District of tho I rices Lowest and oervice best fi?2Kfft iSSíFJ State of Now ...

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. — 16 November 1917

OAlimZOZO OUTLOOK. LODGES Camuhozo Lodoe No.30 1.O.O.F. Carrizozo, New Mexico. S.F.Miller,N G vl'J.A. U.Johnson Secretary Regular meetings 1917 First and third Friday each month. Qarrizozo Lodob No. 11. K of P Carrizozo, Now Mexico. Meeting every Monday evening in the Masonic Hall. All memb ers arc urged to be present, and visiting Knights welcomed. G. T. McQuillcn, C. C. E. A. 0. Johnson, K. of It. and S. -Carrizozo Lodoe No. 41 Carrizozo, Now Mexico. A. F. & A. M. Regular communi cations for 1017. rJan. 8. Feb. 3. Mar. 8. Aor. 7. May 5. June 2 and SO, July 28, Sep. 1 and 29, Oct. 27, Nov. 24, and Dec. 22 and 27. L. F. Schaeffer, W. M. S. F. Miller, Secretary. PROFESSIONS floo. Bpcnce W. 0. Merchant Spence & Merchant attorn eys-at- l aw " In Rank Hullillng phone No. 48 Carrlimo, Now Mexico H. B. HAMILTON Atlorney-nt-Law District Attorney Third Judicial District Civil 1'raoUco In all CourU 1'hono CI Court llnuso Currlroro ... Now Mexico SETH F. CREWS Attorncy-at-Law Practice...

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. — 16 November 1917

mi OARRIZOZO OUTLOOK. ft SONS OF FAMOUS WARRIORS ARE IN WORLD'S CONFLICT Many Noted American Names of Civil War Days Now on U. S. Army Roll at tho Front. By EDWARD B. CLARK. Washington. When Aincrlcnn troops get Into llio nclunl fighting In Frnnco It la probable, If tlio censor shall nl low nntnc to ho used, Hint the people of tho UiiIIpiI Htntcii will rend of tlio doings of soldiers whoio tinmen will tnku renders hnck to the Civil wnr dnys. In tho Amorlcnn ormy today ore n Grant, n T.co, n Khcrldnn, n Longstrcct, o Miles, n Wheeler, a Macomb, a Henry, a Stnnlcy, n Sumner, nnd n Christian who Is n grandson of Cien, fltonownll Jnclcson, When Theodora Ilooscvclt wns presi dent of tho United States ho nppolntcd a Ornnt, n Leo nnd a Bhcrldnn ns his nldcs. Tho Grant wns Ulysses S. Ornnt III, a grandson of tho general; tho I.eo wns Fltzhuxh Lee, n son of tho Confodcrnto general of tho samo iinmo and r. grand nephew of Hnhert 13. I.eo tho Sheridan wns 1'hlllp II. Sheridan, son of tho famou...

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. — 16 November 1917

CARRIZOZO OUTLOOK. American. 6oef Si' Not only does cuU Hvatlon of vegeta ble increase supply, but it adds greatly to land's fertility- Increasing throughout country devoted to sugar beets successfully STIIICTLY n p o n k In g. America Iiiih mo reason to fear a sugnr famine. That Is to suy, domestic refineries and their sources of raw ma terials aro limpio to meet all require mentí. Hut local consumption and nn tlve production aro not going to de termino entirely tlio factor of sulll clency. Wo Imvo pledged ourselves to help our allies In the matter of food, and In tlio opinion of per sons qunlllU'd to Judgo suKnr Is n ne cessary part of r- balanced diet. In deed, tlio liardcr tlio body Is worked tlio moro It Insists upon that particu lar form of energizing nourishment which sugar contains to n marked do gree. Tim wnr In Europa has radically up set tho world's sugar supply, and lias nfTcctod especially tho normal sugar sources of France, Knglnnd and Italy. A recent report from nbroa...

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. — 16 November 1917

CAimiZOZO OUTLOOK. People You Know R. E. Farley went to Albu querque last Saturday. J. 13. Trench was a business visitor in El Paso Saturday. Mrs. A. A. Jones was a visitor from Lordsburg, Thursday. Judgo Mcachum of Alamognrdo was hero Tuesday, on a business trip. Chas. Trainor of Lordsburg was in town Wednesday on bus iness. Order your winter suit and overcoat from Crawford & Biles. adv. Col Bender was in from Nogal Tuesday, and says his rheuma tism is better. Louis Tiecl from Albuquerque called on hia Carrizozo friends last Saturday. Matty Porter and a party of friends started on a hunting trip Monday morning. S. T. Bates made his final proofs on his soldier claim seven miles southwest of Carrizozo Monday. Juan J. Pereo, of Lincoln, passed through hero Monday on his way to visit his mother in El Paso. If it is high class meats and groceries you want, call phone 46. Groom's. Adv. Emil Anderson was here last week for a few days, visiting relatives. He seems well satis fied with ...

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. — 30 November 1917

1 f CARRIZOZO OUTLOOK Published Weekly in the lnteret of Carrizozo, and Lincoln County VOL. XI-NO. 43 CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXIQO, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1017 PRICE $2.00 PER YÉA1Í (.' Lone Star Club With Literary Gems Pleases Youthful Society In Their In itial Entertainment Proves Very Interesting to Those Who Attended. On Friday evening, November 23rd, tho Lone Star Literary Club, composed of pupils of the Eighth Grade of the Carrizozo school, made its how to the pub lie in an interesting program. Parents and friends of the pupils turned out to witness the first entertainment given by this now organization, which proved high ly successful. The club as a whole Is deserv ing of much credit for their good work along this line, and it is worthy of more than ordinary mention that their first efforts should prove to be of such value In entortainment. The officers of the club are; President, Johnnie Wilson; Vice President, Myrtle Cole; Treas urer, Laureen Wilson. Th'e program in ...

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. — 30 November 1917

HÉHMÉnHMMMHMHMMIlHHr illillMilllllfcTill l IMIIftfl IffiriTlfV 5s. .'TO- me OAUllIZOZO OUTLOOK. II HEART OF THE SUNSET By Rex Beach CHAPTER XIX. Continued. 10 Ulozo took thu sponkor by tlio slioul fler and faced hlin about. "Look hero," alii ho, "I'm bcKlnnln' to get wlso to fou. I bcllovo you're tlio man In tho enso." When Dnvo nodded, ho vented his nmniemcnt In n Ioiik whistle. After n momont ho nsked, "Well, why did you irant mo to como hero alono, nhend of Uio others?" ."Hocnuso I wnnl you to know tho whole Insldo of this thins so thnt you enn got busy when I'm gono hocnuso I want to borrow whnt money you hnvo" "Whnt you nlmln' to pull oftj" Illazo Inquired, suspiciously. "I'm going to And her nnd brine her out." "You? Why, Dnvo, you enn't get through. This Is n Job for tho sol OlerH." Hut Dnvo hnrdly seemed to henr him. "You must stnrt things movlnB nt once," ho suld, urgently, "flprend tho nows, Bet tho story Into tho papers, notify tho authorities. Oct every In lluenco nt wor...

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. — 30 November 1917

iNct Contenta lSTIuld Praahni ITS GAttKIZOZO OUTLOOK. V ; SOME SILOSAYINGS. 1 "Save tlio grain" In the motto i now, ! Using sllngo to feed tho cow. fitnro off tho high costs of ! dairy feeds with n Mnvo silo. Don't ho satisfied with tho ab- ! stract Idea t,t having n silo riniko It concreto. It can't rot . out, Wow down or hum up. You llko ennnod frultn nnd . J vegetables during tho winter. filingo, says tho United States J department oí agriculture, I tho ; dairy cow' canned stuff, i i If you feed only tho cam you 100 nearly half tho food valuo In tho corn crop. Turn tho ! leaves nnd stalks Into sllago nnd ; savo that 40 per cent. After all Ih Raid, tho fact ro- mains that tho two necessary war foods nro bread and milk. Por winter milk production nothing equals tho lio. TILTING GATE QUITE SIMPLE Inexpensive Arrangement Operated by Weight! Eliminates Shocks and Wear on Mechanism. Tho Scientific American, In lllustrat Inn nnd describing a sate, Invented by J. V. Lovcland, Lincoln, II...

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. — 30 November 1917

I, l!)l(t lliopoít oHictCrriioo,Now can send a representativo over to Titsworth Co. Capitán, N. M. lllll M...gftWH y- CARRIZOZO OUTLOOK. THE OUTLOOK MblMbfd WMktr la U lol.rwt oí CilHiHO nil UbmIb CouKj, N MiiIm, A. L. HURKK, Editor anJ Publbher IAMEU CIRCULATION IN THE GSUNTV Kntored m eeowl-HM raatUr January Hsxieo, umier Hit Act oj March 3, 187 AortrtWoi (oral tlm WtdMtdijr t mo DOtrelrrupprsoUrl,,piiMotUr ruuimii ) Adttrimiii ntMoi kppiiMiioi this is a tight to tho finish, In which victory in tho namoof freedom will bo won. Then wo Germany who will saluto tho people, hantc his hat on tho kaiser's ragged throne, ask him how business is, and take his order for a Liberty Bond. SUBSCRIPTION RATES ONE' YEAR, fa AtW. 12.00 41X MONTHS LAdmct l.00 OFFICE PHONE NUMBER 24 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1917 Never Known Defeat Peace and the Sword In speaking of peace and the pacifists, President Wilson says: "What I am opposed to is not the feeling of the pacif ists, but their stupidity. My heart is...

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. — 30 November 1917

OAKUIZOZO OUTLOOK. LMHbHBHI Romo Beauties Mrs. M.A Kelloy, is in receipt of a box of tlio finest np)lcs it has been the pleasure of the OUT LOOK mnn to gaze upon for some time. The shipment came from the Valley View Fruit Farm at Caldwell, Idaho, and aro of the quality known as the Rome Beau ties. Mrs.L.K. McNeil, who owns the fruit farm, is a daughter of Mrs. Kelley.and her farm con siste of 700 atiple trees, 300 peach and 100 cherry trees, nil bearing bountifully. The apples are of enormous si7.o, and finest quality, nnd pos sess a delicious flavor. We can testify to the merlUof the fruit, for Mrs. Kelley, presented us with a number of them for which wo return thanks. Dance at Fort Stanton A Thanksgiving dance that was scheduled for Thanksgiving at Ft Stanton, was largely at tended by both Stanton and Car rizoso people. Music was furn ished by Hoswoll orchestra. Re freshments wcro served and a general good time was indulged in until a late hour. While Oaks Ball Tho daneo at White ...

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. — 30 November 1917

GAItltlZOZO OUTLOOK. A Man Is Looked Up To when a man hns a bank account. Keep a checking account in tho Exchango Bank, pay all bills by check and you will find you are held in much higher regard not only by your friends but trade speople as well. Besides it is so much easier to keep track of your ex pense that way. The Exchange Bank of Carrizozo. Building Material With a largo Btock of building material wo are ablo to give you good service and so licit the trade of the people of Lincoln county, Carrizozo and adjacent towns. Foxworth-Galbraith Lumber Co. D. R. Stewart, Manager XKT E are now located in our new building. We invito " you to call and look over our. quarters. Wc will not talk business with you unless you 'start tho ball to rolling." Our ofiico rooms aro at tho disposal of the pub lic when you have business matters, to .discuss, whether you bank with us or not. The First National Bank Carrizozo, New Mexico Stoves and Ranges Builders' Hardware N, B. Taylor & Sons Black...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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