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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 21 December 1917
Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 21 December 1917

It's Christmas Time Again There's a firo in the grate and a light in the hall, For it's Christmas time again, And the sleighbclls ring and the children call, For it's Christmas time again. It's time for a Christian land to raise Her loudest paeans of love and praise For the Holy Babe of the Bethlehem days, For it's Christmas time again. There's a wreath of green at the windowpanc, For it's Christmas time again, And the church bells echo the glad refrain, For it's Christmas time again. Oh, it's time to turn with the golden smile To the friend wo doubted and scorned awhile, To rid our hearts of their greed and guild For it's Christmas time again. Laila Mitchell In Ladles' Home Journal, Passing Christmas Eve Outdoors WD nil slept under tlio stnrs, as usual, (ill Christmas ovi'. Tn shut ii!ii''ir tip In 11 room from till1 lllillclcillx Sniilll African lllgllt I simply In miss (mi1 of ll:i' joys uf liv ing. "No nun knows Un' start wlm has not slept, iih l lie French happily pul. It, a In...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 21 December 1917

wmrntmam V Christmas 1917 SlBpOU will find in the pages of this sample proofs of thirty-three choice Holiday features covering such a wide variety as to meet your every possible need. There are un usually attractive reading matter pages and illustrations, and there is a splendid line of advertising cuts and borders that will en able you to materially increase the Holiday advertising revenue of your paper. This Holiday Service for 1917 is an evidence of the fulfillment of our promise to provide for the newspapers of America a better service than ever before, and in sufficient quantity to meet every possible need. The service we are showing is not only a better service than any we have previously issued, but it is also the largest Holiday service that has ever been offered to the news papers of this country. W e strongly advise an early use of Christmas ma terial as a means of increasing the Holiday advertising season, and suggest that you at once select and order the features you wil...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 21 December 1917

UJ k uiorious (jnristmas.-xj P?.J-; Presents AtmSTMAS THOUGH Avt Douglas MdlocR Itaqce is riot something pleasurelof Kings, Peace is not somethl: sell or to buyp Every carol that meJ sings, Every anthem thatfgleí mi dens the sKy, 1- t I Í ; K i .1 - : i If I i r -vasr t i c : : rSi , Sings of a peace th ever is ours, .Sings of a peace th never depart Peace of the Chris ood-gtven Cnrist: Christmas that br the peace of th dtfo , ra In 1 mi i r MM. ' ra f 1 M rigs us k'f 15 : "I no fjpeace, su shrine. Deep in the heart is the dwelling There is the temple, the inneri "Be ye not troubled," for sorrow shall cease' Christmas is here with its message divine. See you the star in the heaven of blue, Lighting the meadow the mill and the mart? It is our Christmas, C Star of our Christmas! DChristmas-that brings us the peace of the heart. . . jVcfj) I I Centuries so it has lighted the world 1 1 T I 1 I 1 wnen we were weary nas given us caini; F1nrfi Hntro Vioon flmintpirl nnrí flnrf; hnvo hopn?....

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 21 December 1917

Shoppor ffou; fie Mistletoe Came to Mean Kissing Wo decoróte our homes with sprays of mistletoe nt ClirlHtmuH time, liut few of us know the history of It an it Yulctlde symbol. I'retty RlrlH nro kissed Under It 1111(1 II gl'l'llt (ll'lll of fun mid nonsense lire curried on apropos of It, hut no one stops to think of how undent n decoration It Is or how hiici-imI It wus once thought to lie. Tim undent Celts In their Druldlcul religion hud two brent festlvnls, one In Juno n nil til other In December, llio hitter being eiiilvn1ent to our Christmas. In hoth or these grcnt festivals the gathering of thu mistletoe wiih ii sucred rite. The Druids helleved that n potion prepnred from mlHtleloo would In crease their lloekn mid Unit tho plunt wiih n remedy against nil poison. It wiih helleved to lit) u curative for ninny h, muí tlilH belief In Htltl to he found u ninny remote pillee In Kuropo. In t.iicmtnc, Franco, for example, It Ih ulwiiyH mlmlulHtered hy the nutlvo dwellers iih tin uutldol...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 21 December 1917

XD there wcro in llio orno country elioplicrda abiding in tlia field, keeping watch over titolr I lock in- nlirlit. Aitd lo, tho niigcl of tlio Ijrd auno u i on ilictn, mid tlio glory of the Lord shown nroimd about them; and tlioy wore soro afraid. And tlio niiijels foid unto them. "Fear not, for, behold, I bring you goou tidings of great joy, which lililí bo to all people. "For unto you is born thin day in tlio city of David, the Savior, which Is Christ, tlio l-onl. "And this shall bo a sign unto you j yo shall find tlio bnbo wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a manger." And suddenly there was with tho angel a multitude, of tho heavenly hoit praising flod and saving, "fhrv to God in tho highest, and on earth pcoro, good will toward men "--St. Luko S! ;8-M. AFFLUENCE "Koiiio people seem actually promt of it headache lifter it New Yi.nr ct-K'-liriillon," "It Isn't the liendnclie they nre proilil nr. hut the feet Hint tía' y luid enough minify to ucniilre imu," SANTA CLAUS IS A Tn...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 21 December 1917

fif Christmas AKE Christmas a jolly lime. The whole signifi canee of Christmas is generally, charity, good fellowship and consequent happiness, and we must stand in with tins spirit of joyful ness or admit oursrlves as by no means belonging to the highest types of humanity. If we adopt the Irishman's well known and philosophical dic tum, that "one man as good's another and some a deal sight belther." then we want to bo a "deal sight" in most every thing, and good fellowship proclaims that loudest and longest. So. no in for a good time in any old first-class, fine-edged way you can get it, at home or abroad, outdoors or in, upstairs or down, with or without the best means for enjoyment, for the means can be made; if you're determined to make it. there is always a way. If you lack dollars, use pennies; if you lack pennies, use your wits. There are many other things that you have in abun dance to spend, and you can spend them by transferring to others anil the general atmos phere your ...

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. — 4 January 1918

CARRIZOZO OUTLOOK Published Weekly in the Interest of Carrizozo, and Lincoln County y.OL. XI-NO. 48 CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNT?, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1918 PRICE $2.00 PER YEAR County Clerk And Board Honored Q. T. Nye Rccetvcs Letter Honoring Board For Wcrk And Faithfulneess Washington, Nov. 25, 1917 To the Members of tho Locnl "'.. and District Boards: ( You havo now practically com pléted tho great work of select ing tho first contingent of the National Army. Upon you was devolved the difficult task of se lecting those Who can best serve with tho battle flags from those whose duties anl responsibilities require- that they servo at homo. The successful performance of this duty has undoubtedly Drought to you a proud satisfac tion in tho privilege to serve tho Nation in the hour of need. Commendation can udd little to such satisfaction, but I would hat be true to my otvn feelings dill I not oxtond this oxprasjion df gratitude to you for the sue ces of this great achievement. '...

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. — 4 January 1918

11' if'1" v. GAIIRIZOZO OUTLOOK. HEART OF THE SUNSET By Rex Beach Ever Reliable CASCAR B QUININE Jto xtrue tn prtt tot tMa IS-rtw. cold tibUta now JOc for It tableta f W on Proporiionatt rott per UiWt, m tan ee han roa tur Copyright by Harper 6t Brother CHAPTER XXIV Continued. 24 "Oh, I'vo liccn napping tlicro In tlmt clinlr, whoro I could keep ono cyo on you. I'm terribly Hellish I enn't licnr to loso ono minuto." After n whllo sho mild : "I've mudo n discovery. Father O'Slulley snores drcndfullyl Junnlto novcr lienrd anything llko It, nud It frightened lilm nearly to dentti. IIo says tlio father must bo n very flcrco man to growl no loudly. Ho says, too, that ho lltccs mo much better than his mother." It seemed to Oaro that tlio bliss of this nwnkcnlng and tlio sweet Intimacy of this ono moment moro rewarded him for nil ho had gone through. "I'vo been busy, too," sho was say ing. "I sent Juan to tlio vlllaiio tc lenrn tlio news, nml It's not very nice It's Rood wo stopped hero. II...

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. — 4 January 1918

'' OAKUIZOZO OUTLOOK. AGRICULTURE THE MAINSTAYOFTHE Tho United States and Canada Havo a Great Responsibility. Thin lo tlio day when tho fnrmer has liln Innings. Tho timo wns when ho was UuUImmI tho "farmer," tho "mossbnck," nuil In n tono thnt could nover linvo been called derisive, hut mill thern was In It tho Inflection that tio was occupying nn Inferior position. Tho stiff upper Up thnt tho fnrmcr car ried, warded off any nppronch thnt his occupation wiih n degrading one. 111 hour arrived, though, mid tor tomo yenm past ho has liccn looked up to an occupying n high position, Agriculture, hy n nnturnl trend of economic conditions, stand out todny In strong relief, nn tho lender In tho world's pursuits. Never In tho notion's history hnvo tho eyes of tho world been so unlvorsnlly focused on tho farm. Tho fnrmer Is tho ninn of lm portnnca; tho mnnufneturer of IIr most necessary product, nnd ho now enjoys tho dual satisfaction of reaping n max imum of profit, ns n result of his opera ...

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. — 4 January 1918

ASMttMnt form elat WwlMfiUr l nx)B xn toldan ta Tki i4m hi. tyt ttu not rtMln : Mr wt Htrlr, !! Mlir UAIUUKU2U UUTliUUtV. tñE OUTLOOK i'jLi W! : Ht3tAl WrcMy III Hit UltttM f Ontrluio ltd Uwoln Cotihir, Nw Sll. A. I DUUKK, Mltor ami 1'ublUliw t ARGBT dtflCULATION IN THE COUNTY fcltfl m erinl-rMü mtlr Jnury 1. lull, nt poat otile t Urflioo,Ne (riso, under Uw Act o( Unrtli 3, 1879 SUMCUUTlON HA TES ONE VRAM, h M.MM IX MONTHS U Au OFFICE PHONE NUMBi.R 24 MOO 1100 FRIDAY, JANUARY 1. 1018 Democratic Military The following paragraph uf Army Hogulntioiu It the only rule existing regarding the rol utionslilp batwoen offlcont nnd) enlistad men: Superiors are forbidden to in jure tho30 under tholr authority hy tyrannical or capricious con duct or by ubuiive languugo. Whllo mnlnUtlningdialplinonnd the thorough and prompt per formance of military duty, all officers, in donling with unlisted men, will bear In mind the abso lute necossily of treating thorn o na to prexerve their self-respect. Off...

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. — 4 January 1918

your tnctory or ahop. Work bardar If UAKKIAWU UUTJjUUJV. OUR OWN PEOPLE Í HEIR TIIK STORY OF A HOME ItlBGlMKNT THAT IS TRY ING TO PULL TIIK RAM Hit FROM HIS THRONI2. Few people know Hint tlioro la a regiment in tlie Southwest pkiyinjr a great part in the war. Iultmrnnks are tu bo found a girl school toaohor; a confedéralo volaran of 77, maimed for life in the war; thore is an alder man, some locomotivo onttinoors, a dottor, and several clergy men. Many women arc in the ranks of this strange regiment. The uniform consists of well worn civilian clothiiiR, the regi mental motto is "Service"; ltd standard tho Stare and Stripes. To explain furllinr, there is in ncortainclty in the Southwest of about 12,000 Inhabitants a set of people, drawn ohielly from thoso not rich in this world's goods, who have mude up their mind- that they must personally helo win tho war. They have road carofully tho advice given by tho novornmenl, they have de vtaed ways and moans of thoir own to accomplish their...

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. — 4 January 1918

Mr. Brlckloy and Mr. Don Fin-ley, la. 'i IfttllHIftjtif tJoronjfNcws Hams fow&wn, of the Iocnl returned Monday two Wks' stay with her wtt la at Camp Fun- toa. Dorwool Atkln son, n studetit ftt Üke Normal II livi'ruity. k pmtfing the holidays with hi parent. MV. McMnmmnt and family, of 2H Paso, are spending a few day at thir ranch home near Co tuna. Mr. and MN' Tom Dult i-t were At hmé t h -ir fri nd. on New Year v The how was beautifully demnitod with plantsarid out flow .t-. m-j was the chief amuemont of the evening and was "tigagcd i until the old vnr d nt mid ihe new year eanv in. A!' t hf jfuests went awav uixhing t Mi host and hoitfj num. more happy new year. Mr. Locke, railr-md niHinluiner here, whj nvently nved hi-, family here from Timiiiu.-cc, had the miif'Dlune u. !vtve hi 1, me hurnr I Mundav n.g' t 'I j - liiv was discovered ulmul :'M und hml mndu such headway that nothing was waved from (he house. Everything was burned except tho clothing they wera wearing. The Chri...

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. — 4 January 1918

ÜAKiUZOaÜ UUTJjUUIV. LODGES CAHItIZOZO LODCSH No.üO I.O.O.R CtU'rluozo, Now iMoxico. S.RMIllor.N G sb.A.O.Joliniion Secretary Ueuulnr mootintrs 11)18 First uno third Friday ouch month. aiuuzozo Lodob No. 11. K of P Carrizozo, Now Moxico. Meeting ovorv Monday evening in the Masonic Hall. All memb ers arc ured to be present, and visitiiiK Knights welcomed. O. T. MeQuillon, C. C. G. A. 0. Johnson, K. of H. and S. -CAitwzozo Lodgi: No. 41 Carrizozo, Now Moxico. A. F. & A. M. Regular communi' cations for 1018. i. Ian 2(5 Fob 2UMar. 2a. Anr.20, May 25 Juno 22, July 20, Aug. 17, Sep. 14, Oct. 19, Nov. 10, and Doc. 14 and 27. R. E. ülancy, W. M. S. F. Millor, Secretary. A PROFESSIONS Goo, Spcnco W.O. Merchant Sl'KNCE & MERCHANT ATTORN HYS-AT LAW In Dunk IIuIUIIiir I'hono No, 48 Cnrrizoto, Now Mexico H. B. HAMILTON Attornoy-at-Law District Attorney Third Judicial District Civil" IWIco In all Court l'liona fil Court Himno Currlznio . . . Now Mexico SET1I F. CHEWS Attorney iit-I.uw l'r...

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. — 4 January 1918

CAWtlZOZO OUTLOOK. Delinquent Boys Made Into Good Citizens at Uncle Sam's School The annual Inspection and drill by the boye of the Natlo'nal Training chool at Washington la a red letter day In the lives of the youngttera who aro being turned by Uncle 8am Into good citizens and American!. Boya from ten to nineteen yeara old from all parta of the country are sent to thla Institution, which Is maintained by the government. They are sent there after being found guilty of truancy, moonshlnlng and other violations of federal statutes. They are taught useful trades, and the very uniforms, hats and shoes worn by them at their Inspection and drill, as shown In the picture, are evidences of their handicraft. In days gone by I tilled myselt With puddings, plea nnd cakes; I dearly lovod all sweetened food, (I took n chunco on aches) Out nothing stayed my nppetlte When I come In from play Like bread smoared over with the jam That mother stored away. Nut Croquettes. Tnko ona cupful of stalo brea...

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. — 4 January 1918

CAltlllZOZO OUTLOOK. BEEF CATTLE BARN Ai PEN FOR BULL Designed to Próvido Plenty of Hay Storage With Large Feed Room. HAS MANY CONVENIENCES TOO These Include an Automatlo Food Hop. per, Covered Barnyard and Dreed Ing Dox Suggestions for Handling Dull. Mr. Wllllnm A. Itnilfnrd will nnswor nui-tlon mill eIvb mlvlrn KIIKH O I' COHT on nil subjects pcrlnlnltiK to the milpji'cl of building work on I ho fnrm, for thu ri-nilrm uf lilla miHr. On account of hi wlile pxpcrlcncn u IMItor, Author ami Manufacturer, ha In, without doubt, th hlKhrnt authority on alt llirnn ruldccts. Aililrcx nil Inquiries to Wllllnm A. ltuil for il. No. 1SJ7 I'rnlrlo nvenun, Cltlcniro, III., ntul only lucióse two-cent stamp (or reply. Dy WILLIAM A. RADFORD. Tholieof entilo bum shown In tho Illustrations In designed to próvido n roiisltlcruhlo storugo for liny wllli con vonlcitt feeding nrrnngcnionts for n good iniiny entile. Tho construction follows tli plnnk frtimo typo which utlllr.es only stock sizes of Imnlier...

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. — 4 January 1918

UAKMZUaU UUTJiUUlV. ANNUAL JANVARY SALE ! OF SEASONABLE MERCHANDISE It's needless to go into details about this Sale, for you all know, as in previous years, it means "EXTRA VALUE FOR YOU, AS USUAL." We have long since established the custom of clearing our stock at the end of the season. THESE VALUES ARE TRULY EXTRAORDINARY Men's Overcoats Ladies' Dresses, Suits 20 Per Cent Less Waists, Skirts i r i i - iXZmm J The new goods are coming . . . . . , on soon. We must make the profits of rising cost, but to insure our usual f f . v ... r O urair (nr thorn Y nil Will rpolicy, they go on sale with the rest. ICoo here exceedingly low. A Clean Sweep of all Ladies' Hats, values up to $10 $2 Children's Hats values up to $3.50 P 1 Men's $1.25 Dress Shirts 90c. Children's Two-Piece Underwear, not all Sizes, but a bargain to the one we can fit 25c. each Outing Flannel Night Gowns, Pajamas and Sleeping Garments, for Men, Women and Children, a Big As sortment, all reduced in price in this sale. Z...

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. — 11 January 1918

4- CARRIZOZO OUTLOOK Published Weekly in the Interest of Carrizozo, and Lincoln County VOL. XI-NO. 40 CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1018 PRICE $2.00 PER YEAR New Mexico Day Program of 8th Grade Youthful Pupils Carry Out Second of Series in Loyalty to State 'The Lono Star Club program of the eighth grado nt the Carri gOijD school was very appropriate ly hamcri and carried out as far HS possible, with each number hearing the namo of the mother átale, with songs, solos, readings, and essays, arranged in honor of our commonwealth. I'JtOaRAM Song Oh Fair New Mexico School. Essay History of New Mex ico John Boyd. Reading Where The West Begins Rosalind Burke. Vocal Solo Selected Claire Adams. Essay Art in New Mexico Cora Davis. Piano Solo - Selected Ruth Schaeffor. Reading Santa Fo Trail Loreno Brazcl. Reading-Tho Man Without a Country -Alma Lacoy. Mandolin Solo Selqutcd--Lau reen Wilson. Essay Strugglo for Stato- hood Olius Manney. Vocal Solo Selected Harriot ...

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. — 11 January 1918

DEDIL OAIiniZOZO OÜThOOK. VICTOR ROUSSÉAXJ 3 s)or wc CHAmAtt tcrmnn, "for thnt iitnipsphcrp would prejudice you nRiiltiKt believing what I nm coins to Kiiy. Anil I numt con- vinco you, my ilcnr boy, l.er.tusu those lunatic nro utterly beyond tlm hounds nt reason, nud much t-j at stake. A cataclysm In Impending which will In evitably destroy humanity unless we devoto our common energies to tlie mnlntcnntu'o of our liven, our liberties lid our civilization." Tlilo In n weird ttnry of n pteudo-srlcntlllc eliurnctcr Hint concern (lie discoveries or tin ercentrlc Amerlcnn unvnl oftccr, tliu faith of n young lleiiteiiiint In Ibo soundness of his elder's mind, evidence of tho exlBtence of n strange rnco of undersea beings, amazing mtrenturo dur ing it Mihmiirlui' voyage, nnd n strong love Interest. It It) one of Ibo weirdest talen put out Mneu the days of .tule Verne. Our render will llud It n tt gripping story. THE EOlTOft. norcr before- Imd he talked like this about the safety of htimnti...

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. — 11 January 1918

nee. Millo Oeorgc rnw him dn It. Sola t iro( and OpUf.l huir, or by ai.IL I lit at.ruia lit lrr Ci, Ciiciit, In fiM tool I Bowser On Washington He Writes An Essay and Mrs. Bowser Likes It" (Copyright, 1117, by tha MrClura Nf pa per Syndicate.) Tor thrco evenings Mr. Ilmvser tin il 1 .'nine tip from dinner to go xlritlKlit Jnio tho library nntl lock the door and pass ii coopto of hours. Mrs. Howscr Wind not questioned Ills rather strange "liehnvlor, but hud coiiti'iilcil herself - with putting her cur to tlio Uoor nojv (nild then to llml nut Hint ho tint not 'tiled o'f heart disease nmt fallen out of III cluilr. Slic liunril Ills pon scrotch Ins over paper mid Mm muttering to iiliiiHelf, mill mIu wns contented to wait tier time. It ciiinc nn Hie third evening. After nn hour's seclusion tin cmno out, n look of satisfaction on his foce, und Observed : ' i'l inn now rendy to tell you whnt 1 hnvo been doing. There Is n club here In tlio city culled 'Thu Washington IJodos.' A mnn tunned l...

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