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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 8 February 1918

Í3 mi iriimrmirrr i OAnmzozo outlook. THE OUTLOOK Red Cross Bee Hive The work room of tho Red fublthl VI Uf I ib lot.ml el C.rri.oio tu Uoeolp Cou.t?, N.w MisIm. A. L. BUHKE, Editor nJ Publbbtr KrnVn ( Astrlcu fren AiikUiim Umtl CIKUIATION IN THE COUNTY Gflttfed m tecond-claM matter Jtauary 1. 1011, t the port office tCarrisoio.New Heneo, uautr tas Act oí aren a, 1117a Aar.rtl.lai ormi WJlr oo N.wf Mtuaisi tloMThuridtT Bltkl. Vil yen oot rtMJrtrurpprtiuljlr,pitUr ik PublUb.r V AdmtWn rli es pplllo SUBSCRIPTION RATES ONE YEAR, h Mnw IX MONTHS I Adtuc. 2.00 1.00 OFFICE PHONE NUMBlOt 24 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1918 YOUR FLAG AND MY FLAG Cross has been a busy place this week. Mrs. Parker of Denver is here giving valuable instruction to the patriotic ladles of Tucum carl. The work room has been a bee-hive of activities. Mrs. Parker is an expert in Red Cross work and has made many help ful suggestions. Those in charge of tho Red Cross wish to publicly acknowl edge the generosity of the Pearso...

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. — 8 February 1918

f lllll4V'4W W 4 I éJ Wit Ml..IIM.-.-.l...l.l . . '"T"". ' I tf II HWI I. Ill ''v.. 1 ! I Ill I III I ni I I ivabg nioio rooo control. PM4 It imght In Oormany Surreptl tltwtfy In Vitiation I Auto cratic riullngt. ttvoa III i) autocratic food control ol QtrtMny liai been powerless In pre vent mrraiitliliiiiN Halm, nccnrdltiK to attnl-olltrlnl reports rcnchlni: tint Unit ad Hlnte rood udiuliilstrntlnn. Illegal Rflle of litittor nn IiuIiik inmtu In (ler many I prices niHKliiK from $1.75 to $fe.9ft n pound. V.hk mM contrary to lite Cermiin fund regulations nre liriiiRlliK 10 In 15 renin apiece, nccord I lit' In lheo reports. Anil tiacon ot limn l InliiKlim fmin $'-.23 lo J3.23 n ! LODGES COMET CHAI'TEtl NO. 29 OKDER OF EASTERN STAR Cnrrizozo, Now Mexico. Regular Meeting First Wednesday of Ench Month. All Viflittntr Stars Cordially In vited. MltS. R. R. SAI.K, Worthy Matron S. F. Miu.wt, Secretury. -Caiiimzozo Loixju No. 11 Cnrrizozo, Now Mexico. A. F. & A. M. Regular communi cations...

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. — 8 February 1918

arre. I lie impr.nemenlR cutitii"! ol len.-' lu ll ei Baniaimnii creí. imvrnn aerea elecleu lor l ne rtnnia i e ami tiran .1 CAKUIZO,0 OUTLOOK. In the Ranks. STATE OF NEW MEXICO NOTICE FOR PlinMCATION I'Uill.lG LAND SALE LIHCOLN COUNTY. Ctflire ot the CoaamUelotter e( INibllr Unit ma re, Hew Me Nut tee li hereby gana thai Minn1 I the krot leloae of an Aet t Coa grew ar.iiio.veif jae at, int, int Mwi of th Stat ol N altaico and the rolei am et-iriiletioiit of the Siale l-aort Office, th. r-inmll'nT of Public I ahAI will oflci t Bulilit tale, la the high. I I.I. I. let, ' V l;x k M . an TiK-.ín, M.ir. li Mil. í l in lh '.n .' ' .mmr... lo.i.tv o' f i . in, J l ,t ' Mi. 'n ll lit of I' ulltl Ion" thru ii. the I'll lifc 'It .!,!.! U...L of Iiill.l. ... t t N , snir N. i ; SS . M V. ',. - I . ' . I lM s- 'I i, S . .Ml I. Í. . K. II" I S .'V, He S'.SKU. .; El m ', ,. ',. SI ',. ii It, I . i. s , H I" I . "i in i it n II-'-' 1 Íi r. I 1 1. il I r ilu S un. i I m. i ' .r.iii ninny Kmliuml P...

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. — 8 February 1918

OAnmzozo outlook. 500, 000 Acres Opened in New Mexico for Stockmen Washington, D. C. Fob 0. -Moro thnn 500, 000 ncrcs of land in eastern Chaves county, N. M. and including a portion of the Koswell land district, havo been designated for entry March 11th under the stock raising home stead act, Secretary Lano an nounced today. Approximately, 250,000 acres are vacant public lunda; the re-, maindcr are already covered by applications which havo prefer ence in right of entry. The lands have been ulassed as chiefly ' al liable for stock raising and forage crop raising. Opportunity for Young Men New Mexicans and Texnns, desiring to enlist in the Medical Department, will bo interested to learn that Major Macamant, Commanding Officer of the 111th Sanitary Train, has fifty vacan cies and has wired the Hucruiting Office for El l'aso District, au thorizing the enlistment of this many men. Competition to join this organ ization was always keen.and Cap tain F. W. Fonda, in command of the El Paso ...

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. — 8 February 1918

CAIIIIIZOZO OUTLOOK. Allied Governments' Purchases in the United States Arrangements were entered into shortly nftcr tho beginning of tho war by the secretary of tho treasury, with tho approval of tho president, wllh tho government of O rent llritain, France, llussia, Italy, Belgium and Serbia, whereby Bernard M. IJaruclt, Kobort S. Lovctt and ltobort 8. Urookings of tho war industries board wcro designated a commission through whom or with whoso approval or consent nil purchases in tho United Slates of materials and supplies by or on behalf of theso govern ment shall bo mado. Under this arrangement theso governments communicnto thoir re quirements for materials and supplies to this commission through their designated purchasing agents in this country, nud tho commission then uses its best cfTorts to obtain odors of tho materials and supplies required at the best obtainable prices and tirms, of dolivcry and otherwise, and .submits tho samo to tho purchasing agent concerned, it being...

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. — 8 February 1918

Í laauuonl for H;aa tbat ImI án anil imán. ,vPiy 'XfritJ k ."P OAIUUZOZO OUTLOOK. 3) I wit "I Hid Such Qood Meal ofBerrlei." LINCOLN'S ONLY WAR EXPERIENCE Futuro President Twenty-Three When He Joined the Black Hawk Expedition. CHOSEN CAPTAIN OF COMPANY With Him Were Men Deitlned to Fig. ura Prominently In Country's His tory Spot Where Army Erect, ed Fort Now Suitably Marked. Dy LILIAN STAIR SCHREINER. ONK of tho most in tcrcstlng events In the Uto of tho grcut wnr president oc curred at n time when ho was llttlo known to fume, This wiih In 1832, during tho Ulitck lliiwk war, n wnr which, In propor tlon to tho number of lives lust, cmiNed moro widespread four mid coiistcrnutlmi tlmn imy other In tho hlHtory of our country. When tho story of tho battle nt Still- mnn's Itun. whero n smnll Imiul or snv nges put to flight n wholo regiment of soldiers, niul nlso that of tho mussocro nt tho Davis farm, whero üfteen worn on nnd children whero murdered, was Hprend throiiEh tho country thero ...

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. — 8 February 1918

CARRIZOZO OUTLOOK. Big Business Building About Ready to Be Occupied The new Lutz building will soon be ready to be thrown open to the public. Cities twice the size of Carri Z9zo, would be glad to have such a magnificent business concern. Forces of workmen are busy, night and day, putting the finish ing touches on one of the finest and most completo buildings of its kind between Hutchison, Kansas and El Paso, Texas. Goods are being moved from the old place as fast as possible, all of the fixtures are on hand and being fitted in place.showlng how carefully and accurately space was calculated on. When the final nnnouncomcnt is made for the opening, the public will be given a treat, for the Carrizozo Trading Company, will be able to make a showing second to none in this part of the country. The opening an nouncement will be made the coming week. BAPTIST CHURCH (Itcv. J. M. (Unlnor Pastor.) Tlio revival meotingB are being well attended and a splendid in torost is boing shown. The pmtor i...

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. — 22 February 1918

"yV-'- N 11 liftlliÉjlBM CARRIZOZO OUTLOOK Published Weekly in the Interest of Cnrrizoio, nnd Lincoln County T vol. x-mjo. ri Carrizozo Boy OnU. S.S.Fair fax Feels Fine Ebi' K. Jones in Interesting ííétter to Outlook Sends Regards to Friends San Francisco, CnUL ' : FMBlh. lOiS. mM' OnrriiOBu ;t0utlook, toliíoto, N.M. Thto is to let you know how I urn getting along, In fact I never felt better. I hope, you and all Carrizo) are the same. Thin in also to say a "1 Hello!" to all my friends and others who read this. 1 am proud to be In the Navy and doing my bit for my country, as many others have done. I have no complaint to malte against the Navy, for the treat ment is fine. Couldn't be better. . At present 1 am on Ule U. S. S. :"I"nli'iax." Tlitajwttt ih nno of Unole Sam's "Fighting Ships." tt or mem, our urn 1 man that is on onu and lives through it will have aomothing :b bo proud of after the war is pvor. fl'lio ship is a "Torpedo Boat ftoatroyotv ' and if I don't get ;ii chnnco to b...

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. — 22 February 1918

ionio wiauraonoiMteircuea, , Rrad lb Pnctle.t Home Yetrrlairlis for fm UhWI m AWril ! If tin d rallar In imt liia n . aril I i OARRIZOZO OUTLOOK. MM. YOU COOK YOUR FOOD -WHY NOT YOUR TOBACCO? YOU know what broiling does to steak, baking to a potato and toasting to bread. In each case flavor is brought out by cooking by "toasting." So you can imagine how toasting improves the flavor of the Burley tobacco used in the Lucky Strike Cigarette. IT'S TOASTED to Q) Guaranteed by Too Fast (or the Dictionaries. Judgo Iluppcnthnl says tliu lungiiago continued to outrun llio dictionaries. In tlio Judge's own Kansas dictionary, which lio hns compiled through tunny years In shortgrnss courta, tlioru urn inoro tlmn 1,000 western words nnd phrases which aro not In nny other dic tionary, Judgo Ituppcnthnl also re ports that the InteBt .Standard nnd Webster lexicon do not seem tu have heard of Colonel ItooKCvelt'H fumllliir "Jugo-Slnv," or of the iirui) "barrage." ICansus City Star. , The Reason, "Wh...

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. — 22 February 1918

They Have Even Stepped Into the Place of Work Animals By DR. ALONZÓ TAYLOR. " Mv words arc not powerful enough to do even scanty justice to the most hr.oio figuro In tho modern world, nnd oí ngos past tho woman of France. 0 tho healthy men who aro engaged in tho military icrvico in France, practically all aro engaged cither in transportation or in the manufacture of munitions, leaving the agriculture absolutely to tho wom en. Not only this, but thoy have stepped into tho placo of work animals; you can go into any section of Franco today and seo women of magnifi cent, noblo womanhood hitched to the plow and cultivating tho soil. All of the agricultura rests upon their shoulders. Tho home, always an ex tremely cfllcicnt home, maintains a few old men, tho wounded and tho tláSaBBBBHBttSeEN Women Doing Work of Hones In the Fields. tubercular. Uncomplaining, with high devotion, with an attitude that amounts almost to religious exaltation, tho woman of Franco bears tho burden. Now, conditi...

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. — 22 February 1918

THE OARRIZOZO OUTLOOK IOC 301 Procrastination Is The Thief of Time - - - - THE: Thercforo take timo by the forelock, and bankwith us, thus Stopping tho annoying Pocket leaks. The LINCOLN STATE BANK BANK W I T II Ü 8 Q ROW WITH US -CARRIZOZO THEATRE- It. C. Pith, Manager The House of Comfort, Good Air, Good Piclures and Prices EVERY NIGHT AND SUNDAY MATINEE Kliow HlnrlN ni 7tli 9 Telephone No. 71 for the benefit of railroad and professional men who may wish to be called at theatre during any performance. PRICES 10 and 20c. Fresh Line of Staple and Fancy Groceries Mayer Building Telephone 6 PERSONALS Judgo Ryan of Silver City is officiating in Judge Medler's chair this week, Mrs. Medler is ill and tke Judge was obliged to call for assistance. FOR SALE -One 5 room house and ono 2 room house 50 foot lot. good water. Also one small house for rent. In quire . It . care of tho Outlook Mr. D. Lucero of 'Arabella was in iown Tuesday, and suys there is a great need of moisture in that section...

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. — 22 February 1918

CAnmzozo outloqk. THE OUTLOOK i'ilbllilml Weekly In lha Intfrrit of Uarrlioi tul Uneotn County, New MpiIm. A. 1 1. IIUIIKIÍ, lllllor nnd t'liblMior Mmbir il Amiflwi I'ltii Aiwdilion LARCEtT CIRCULATION III THE COUNT Knternl in ceotulrlnaii innttrr January t, lllll.nt tlinpiMt nincantrnrriiuio.New Uw!co, tinilor tlio Act of March 3, 1879 Advertising tonus tln Wed tie-in y at noon nt columna tlo.e Thtiraday Mint. JII run ja not frfflvn your puprr wularly, pinn iiotlf K h 1'ublMier 'lAdirerlUIni ratea on application SUBSCRIPTION HATES NE YEAH. In Alt 12.00 IX MONTHS la AJ..ne. - . $1.00 OFFICE PlipNr. NUMIJKK 24 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1918 YOUR FLAG AND MY FLAG The Governor's Letter Somo time uro the Committee on Public Information asked Gov ernor W. E. Lindsey for an ex pression of his views upon the patriotic duties of American citizens. The plan of the Com mittee was to use Governor Lind sey's statement, with others, in a campaign which was designed to increase patriotism throughout t...

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. — 22 February 1918

. CAUniZOZO OUTLOOK. A KLONDIKE TO THE REAL FARMER A Western Canada Crop Estimat ed at $12,000, Makes $19,000. Messrs. Harris, formerly of Audu bon, Iown, wroto (ho "Audulion Advo cate," expressing their natltifncllun of thin; la Western Canada. They lo cated nt Makepeace, Alberta. They say thcro nro thoso who inaka Rood, and thoso who fall, Tlio former are thoso Uiat Inml nRoutn refer to when advertising their land. "Hut," contin ue tho letter, "A great many of the farmer. In thin vicinity pay for tjielr land with tliclr first crop, A man near hero bought n section of land In tbo year 101! for $23 per ncrr. Ha broko 800 acre of tho In ml during the summer of 1015. In tho fnll of 1010 ho threshed 10,000 bushel of wheat, which pnld for hi land, all expense and had n balnnco of $1,000. In the fall of 1017 ho threshed nearly us much off tbo other hnlt of tho section. At tho present timo bo would not tako (CO per ncro for hi land. "Wo lmvo bad ilvo crop In Alberta. Tho two dry year (101...

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. — 22 February 1918

The Deep Bu VICTOR Uip;tt4bl it THE F55 IS INVADED BY THE WEIRD MONSTERS AND PAGET HAS A TERRIBLE STRUGGLE TO SAVE HIM SELF AND IDA THE OTHERS ARE DEVOURED. Nnvnl Lieutenant Donnld Paget, Juki given command of n sub marine, meets nt Wnshlngton mi olil friend find distinguished HiourIi somen hut eccentric scientist, Captain Mastcnnnn. Mnstcrmnii lino Jufit returned from nil exploring expedition, bringing with htm n liictnticr ot tlid slrutigo nice, lliu existence of whoso species, lio nsscrts, menaces the liutniiii fumlly. At tlio villi), tlio "March I litre," Mnstcrmali ox ptnltiH hi I licor y lo Paget, 'i'liu recital k Interrupted liy tlio nrrlvul of n lifelong enemy ot Mastcrmiin, Ira MucHctird, mid tlio former Is seized Willi it fnlnl paralytic stroke. Fiom Mustcrmiin'H body I'n net secures documents ln-tirlnti upon tlio discovery nml proceeds to tlio Iioiiiu ut tlio scientist. Pugct proceeds to Hen on his submarine, tlio FK5, nnd encounters 11 Herman cruiser. Ho sinks tlio enemy...

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. — 22 February 1918

I -pilo. m mmm A ' ' 'Vt ,. TXK OAERIZOZO OUTLOOK Governor Lindiey PrattM Th Flag of Our Nation In a well designed pamphlet entitled "Our Flag , the Gov ernor eulogizes our country's flair in n bofittitiK mnnnor, and tho following is nn extract of this patriotic maslcrpcice. '"Tis tho Star Spangled Han ncr, oh! long may it wavo O'er tho land of tho freo and Hie homo of tho bravo." a ting may bo described as a strip of cloth of n liglit fabric varying In form and color, fren jjently bearing some emblematic design, and ordinarily displayed, affixed by one end to a staff, polo or rope. The most common uso of flngs is as emblems of tho nations. Tho uso of flags is of great antiquity. In the book, Numbers, of tlió Bible, we read: "Every, man of tho Children of Israel, shall pitch by his own standard, with tho onsign of their father's house." Standards, ensigns, flags, nro what peoples and nations make them from generation to gen eration, from age to ago. Totems of tho North American Indi...

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. — 1 March 1918

CARRIZOZO OUTLOOK Published Weekly in the Interest of Carrizozo, and Lincoln County VOL. XI-NO. f5 CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1918 PRICE $2.00 PER YEAR Murder in the Midnight Air Monday Night Dead Wife and Alleged Par amour in Critical Con dition the Outcome. About the time tlio hands of the clock reached, twelve Mon dny night, pistol shots were- hoard In the neighborhood of Kclley's morgue on El Paso Ave, and parties who arrived at the scene of the shooting found the dead body of Mrs. Marcelino Carbajal and Narciso Montoyn, apparent ly dying from u pistol shot in the region of the spine. Like nil other affairs of this kind two stories always float out to the ears of tho people. Mnrcell no Carbajal who killed his wife, claimsMontoya as tho paramour in tho case.nnd on giving himself up staled that ho found his wife in Montoya's room, while the injur ed man nnd his friends say Car bajal, hnd mistreated his wife and she fled to his quarters for protection. ...

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. — 1 March 1918

OARRIZOZO OUTLOOK, SI THE DEEP SEA PERIL By VICTOR ROUSSEAU THE VILLAIN MAC BEARD, POSSESSED OF THE DEAD MAS TERMAN'S SECRET, GOES TO FIND THE ABODE OF THE WEIRD THINGS NEAR SHETLAND ISLANDS-HAS DEADLY PURPOSE. Nnvnl Lieutenant Donald Paget, Just given commnnd of a sub marine, incuts nt Washington nn old friend nnd distinguished though somewhat eccentric scientist, Captain Mastcrwnn. Mastcrtnan 1ms Just returned frum nn exploring cxpcdlttuu, bringing with htm n member of tho strnngo race, tho cxlstcuco of whoso species, ho asserts, menaces tho liumiui family. At tho club, tho "March llares," Mastcrmnn ex plains his theory to Pnget. Tho recital Is Interrupted by tho arrival of n lifelong enemy of Mastcrmnn, Ira MncHcnrd, and tho former Is seized with n fatal paralytic stroke. From Mastcnnan's body Paget secures documents bearing upon tho discovery and proceeds to tho homo of tho scientist, Paget proceeds to sun on his submarine, tho FC5, nnd encounters a Oennnn cruiser. Ho sinks tho ...

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. — 1 March 1918

Signatura ot OAllKlZOZO OUTLOOK. Bowser's Will-Force But a JumpingTooth Prevails (Copyright, 1017. by (lio McClura Nowipa lr Syndicate.) (Dy M. QUAD.) Mr. HnwKtT IuhI nut fur n nhnrtcr of nn lintir without anylng iiiiyililiu;, when lin iiuvrlrd In tunes wlilcli ho tried to miiku cnri'li'SHi "Mm. Ilowser. have you noticed uriy IIiIiik rnlliur queer nbout inu for llio pnst threu evcnliiKs?" "Why, I hnvo noticed Hint you were rnlliur silent mill preoccupied." "Anil you illiln't suspect Ihu cnuso?" "I thouuht perhaps you wero lone some In boo mother," sho smiled. Mr. IlowHcr illiln't uven luolc iih If lit) would llko to duroiir her. IIu illiln't oven utter n "humph I" Ho illiln't any n word ncnlnst tho loar old liuly, who enmo ilown from her home, now mul then to give him n few JoUh, Ho simply snld: "I'ro had n slight toottinclio for tho Inst throe ihiyit nml I feci llko exercis ing my will-power ngnlnst It. Thnt I, Mrs. Ilowser, It bus liecn a slight tnothncho for mi. It would hnvo hce...

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. — 1 March 1918

THE ÜARRIZOZO OUTLOOK THE . OUTLOOK Land Sale in Union County rubllih! Wnklf la lh Utirait of Crrlioio and Lloooln Count;. Nw Mttlta. A. L. BUIIKE, Editor and I'ubliilicr NoaWr il Aatricia ffiii Aiudiliti tAMEIT CIRCULATION IN THE COUNTY Rotated na lecond-clmi matter January I lDll.at thopoit olfii-eatCarrlioio.New Molleo, under tho Act of March 3, 1870 Aavttlltlm loim lo Wdnly l dood eolumm eloMThuwUr nltbl. fllf you doI r.nlvt ur p.twr rtcul.rl jr. pimh notllf tkaPubllihtr JAiK.nlilni tititoo ipipllMtloa SUBSCRIPTION RATES ONE YEAR. ! Ad,..c MIX MONTHS In Ad,.t. . 2 00 11.00 OFFICE PHONE NUMDKR 24 FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1918 YOUR FLAG AND MY FLAG File Complaints Here All persona who might havo any complaints in regard to any re tail prices now in force in Lin coin County should file these complaints either with the Local Fuel Committee, which consists of H. S. Campbell, chairman, E. M. Brickley and H. B. Dawson or with the legal department of tho National Fuel Administration in Washingt...

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. — 1 March 1918

Wo buy hldos. neltB. furo, nnd uf the fn nuera and to give asslstanee THE OAMIIZOZO OUTLOOK LODGES COMHT CIIAI'TKH NO. 2!) OltmSK OF EASTKItN STAK Carristozo, Now Moxico. UoKulur Mooting First Wednesday of Hach Month. All VlBltiiiK Stars Cordially In vited. Mus. It, It. kai.k, Worth. Mntron S. F. Mll.J.Kit, Socrotnry. Cahhizo.o Lo Dili; No. -11-CarrizoEo, Now Moxico. A. F. & A. M. Hejjulur conuntmi nttionR for I'M 8. Mini 2(1 Feb SMI Mnr. 23, Apr.20, May 2r .lur.o 22, July 20, Aug. 17, Sep. M, Oct. 1!), Nov. 10. intl Doc. 1't and 27. R IS. Hlanoy, V. M. S. F. Mlllor, Sbcretary. Mtiiizozo Lodci-: No.üt) I.O.O.F ('arrizo), Now Moxico. S.F.Millor.N G M. II. Mont- Komory Soc'y kagulnr nioetina-B 1918- First ana third Friday ouch month. A '.'Aitltizozo Lodck No. 11. K of I' Carrizo), New Moxico. Moetind ovorv Monday evening in tlio Masonic Hall. All nicmb r aro uracil to bo present, and visiting Knights welcomed. O. T. McQuillen, C. C. IJ. A. 0. Johnson, K. of U. and S. PROFESSIONS r...

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