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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 29 March 1918

STRENGTH! Tho stroiiRth of u bank reata not only on its rissets, but also on thu character and integrity of the men who Kultlc its nirnirs. The business reputation and experience of our directors and officers assures sound advice on investment matters, to those of our depositors who wish it. Wc take pleasure in being of assistance to our friends nnd customers. The l3jr",'"-MtMn iffihl SVÍ.T M Willys - Overland Automobiles l'rüpnrticliiOfH in our walcliword lliyicfnri' wo hit immihIiiiiI I.v pre pared to servo thu public with tliu bent ears obtainable the name is a giiariiutuu. Samuel Fambroilgh Agent for Lincoln County Bar nett feed Store Wholesale and Retail Hay, Grain and Feed Stock Salt, Oil Cake ood Prices Lowest and Cnrrizozo Best Accommodations For All The People All The Timo CARRIZOZO EATING HOUSE Table Supplied With Best The Market Affords OASIS CONFECTIONERY AND LUNCHEONETTE Ice Cream Soft Drinks Fresh Home Made Candies Phono No. S2 For Refreshments for Parties nnd Entorlni...

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. — 29 March 1918

CARRIZOZO OUTLOOK. c Our Part in Feeding the Nation (Hiclal Informstlon flmlce, 1,'nltcil Blsle Department of Agriculture.) HOW WOMEN CAN HELP ON THE FARMS. In the Lighter Farm Work 8uch is Picking, 8ortlng and Packing Fruits Women Can Replace and Reléate Man Power. TOWN WOMEN MAY AID FARM WIVES May Also Release Men Employed In Lighter Industries for Ag ricultural Work. ALSO AID IN TRUCK FARMING Not the Policy of Agricultural Depart ment to Call Upon Gentler Sex Until Natton'i Food Produc tion It Threatened. Only when lliu ninii nnd hoy supply la exhausted nml tlm full uro of the nation's fnuil production campaigns nro thrcnti'iUMl, bhuiild lliu United States rail upon wuinpii to do men's' work on tlm farm. Tlint, briefly, tuny bo said to bo tho policy of tlio united Hlotcs depart' racnt of agriculture In tho matter of women ns farm laborers. Ilndly as In bor will ho needed to enrry through programs of food production this year, tlio department does not bcllovo tlio situation yet de...

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. — 29 March 1918

-I. , THE OAKRIZOZO OUT,L00 1 v if. Butonwi, connected m Department or Agn- culture. was here Wednesday eokfUnrifif with Stuart Sterlingr, who siso to nn assistant in the Bun-au of Biological Survey. P, R. Phillips of A!to who ha made M) extended inn through Now Mexico han just returned. Mr. Phillip Bay lie found New Mexico itoekmun complaining in most suctions, bul recent snows and rains have grontly benefitted the range and increased tho hopea of stockmen whero moist ure la ao badly neoded. .1. V. Clark of UoborUdnle, Ala. arrived In Carrizozo Thurs day and la visiting his sistor, Mrs. lid. Mnisio. Corn and Tomatoes, rogular, 20c n can, our cash price is lBc- -don't pay moro. Carrizozo Trad iíijí Co. Prof. Conway of Statu Collogo was a visitor Tuesday. Harnost Mntthows, wife and soil, formerly of Oscuro, aro tfliiting hero this week. Mrs. J. H. Ilartwoll and sister Delia Gardner, from Honinn, Texas, spent Sunday here. Miss Mary G. Howard and Mrfi. G. L. Trowey of Capitán visited h...

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. — 5 April 1918

Published Wcoldy in the Interest of Carrixozo, and Lincoln County VOL. XHI-NO.8 CARRl.OZO, LINCOLN OOUNTV, NRW MEXICO, FRIDAY. APRIL 5, 1918 price $8.00 pan Kpkit CARRIZOZO H0N0RE.1; LEWIS J0NR.S ONE OF HEROES ON U.S. SHIP German Raider Captured in Neutral Waters - Give Big Portion of Glory to Our Horn Boy. "Hurrah for LewiR Jones!" He lu Included in the Naval forces who captured the 11 rut German prlie In neutral waters. ri i Iteamer Agassi?., - which was at olí time owned by Miss Maude Loth tuna, wiis recently sold to a$bnt of tlio German govern ment, stilled from Sun Diego January 27th for Mexican waters and entered into the business of milling tlio coast as a raiding vessel. , Tho U. S. Naval nuthorltlos wore not long in finding out tlio intention of tho roving steamer Which succe 'dqd in making its way to Santa Rosalie, and thonca to Mazatlin. Tho steamer was commanded by Fritz U'auman, and was fitted out for the raid ing business, without the slight oil knowledge of tho fact t...

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. — 5 April 1918

(ta OAIMUKOKO OUTLOOK. THE DEEP SEA PERIL By VICTOR ROUSSEAU CHAPTER XI Continued. 13 "Of conreo t Invo y(iu," lio responded sadly. Somehow Ids heart was utterly nverenst; It wns in If he hml lookiW Into (lio fneo of limnortnl honuty. "Of cntirso 1 Invo yuu. Won't you try to Bleep, Mu?" ho naked. "Yen," sho nnsworcd, relenslng her iiDlf. "Iltit you don't lovo me. Don nlil I know I" Anil slouly Khn withdrew Into her cnhln, leaving Dnnnld n prey to Intenso bewilderment nml doKpiilr. Who wnH she, thin almost Invlslblo benuty? Unci sho followed him here, aboard the ship, or swimming behind tho submiirlno? Wos she nnother spe cies of Iho sen devils? Suddenly, for tho first timo slnco their conversation, he recalled Master uinn'H words: "I brought my specimen homo with me. Think of Hint, Indi She didn't wunt to ent. They don't ent nfler they nro mature, Donald." Now It enme to Donnlil with convic tion Hint the old enplnln hnd hud ref erenco t( thin womnnl And, straining his eyes through 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. — 5 April 1918

THE OARRIZOZO OUTLOOK Delivery Schedule Adopted By Carriozozo Merchants The undersigned merchants of Carrizozo announce their new schedule In handling deliveries of all merchandise as suggested by tho County Council of Defense at their meeting held In tho Court-housa at Carrizozo, Friday Mar. 29th. On and after Thursday April 4th, we will make one morning delivery, same to leave the store at 0:00 a. m. and oY.c after noon delivery, to leave tho store at 3 p. m. All orders in by .9 a. m. will be delivered promptly between 9 and 11, orders received ' after 9 a. tn. will be delivered at 3 p. m. Orders received after 3 p. m. will not bo delivered until 9 the following morning. Signed Zicplor Bros., Carrizozo Trading Co., A. W. Adams, Groom Bros., by Austin Patty. Dae y s SAVE MONEY! BY LETTING US FIGURE WITH YOU NO JOI TOO LARGE OK SMALL Guaranteed Concrete Tanks and Silos Gillett & Daniel CONTRACTORS CAKRIZO.0 . NEW MEXICO Wo Ilulld Anything Anywhere cs i ,7- -IUI S W. W Stadtman N...

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. — 5 April 1918

Lib erty Loan Poster One of the Designs Adopted From Collection Submitted by Noted Artists of the Country BACKYARD POULTRY GROWING Tito city or town mini who keeps n small flock of liens not only Is flavins money lint Is helping his country, Kvory pound of poultry raised ond every egg Inld rcleitsos Jilst no much pork nnd beef for our armies nnd ill Jes, according to I W, Ilurhy, poul try husbandman stntloniyl nt the ag ricultural collcgo by the United States department of iiKrlculturc. I'oultry will not prevent ono's grow ing o garden. Twclvo hens confined 'ji a pen big enough for exercise nnd provided with green feed will furnish h Boodly numher of pggs for food. A ?ncklnti box nnd n llttlo poultry net ting nre nil that Is necessary for build 11 K a houso nnd run. Kor egg production it rooster should not be kept, ns ho Is unify nnd tins t largo npitdltc, but linn no Influcnco in tho nunilier of eggs produced. Tlio poultry grower Khotild not do pend too much on tnbln scraps for fee...

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. — 5 April 1918

of Oscuro. THE CARRIZOZO OUTLOOK THE GREAT WAR HAS MAM. CIGARETTES A NECESSITY. "Our boymut have their smolcec Send them clgarettesl" Till I R ttmlllar appeal now to all of us. Among those most In demand to the now famous "toasted" dgarette LUCKY STRIKE, Thousands of thla favorito brand have been shipped to France. There Is something home like and friendly to the boys In the eight of the familiar green packages with the red circle. This homelike, appetizing quality of tho LUCKY STRIKE cigarette Is largely duo to the fact that the Ourley tobacco used In making It has been toasted. "It's toasted" was tho "slo gan" that mado a great success of LUCKY STRIKE In less than a year. Now tho American Tobacco Co. Is making 15 million LUCKY STRIKE Cigarettes a day. A good part of this Immense pro duction Is making Its way across tho water to cheer our boys The Red Cross has distributed thousands of LUCKY STRIKE Cigarettes. Born lifflWWiiWWflHBBWBIHlWBHiJ Woolens Woolens worthy of the Born Label...

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. — 5 April 1918

'iibllabad WMklr In tha lataraal ol Ctriiolo and Lineóla Ceuol, Ntw Malla, THIS OARRIZOZO OUTLOOK THE OUTLOOK A. L. UVHKE, IVlitor and l'ubll.l.cr Healer al Aaericia fien AimliiUa LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE COUNTY Kntered ox aecond-ctar mnttcr January 1011, at tlio pout office at Crrloo,New xieo, untier mo Act ol March .1, 1N7 Aavfrtlfloi forma elote WttloeeiUr t noon oolunne elote Thuriilay Mint. VII too 4 not reee ! rour pin r regularly, pwh noillr tht I'uMUIier tJAaveilltlnc ratee on application sunscmrrioN rates NE YEAH. In A.l.iac. Í2.00 SIX MONTHS la AJ.i.ct 11.00 OFFICE PHONE NUMDtilt 24 FRIDAY, APRIL G, 1918 YOUR FLAG AND MY FLAG (IB Gitizcns' Mass Meeting On Monday, April 1st. the citizens of Carrizozo got thei heads together nnd concluded to call a meeting to ascertain the wishes of the voters as to who would be their favorites for Mayor and Trustees, for the coming term. in onier to iniorm the popu lace oi me meeting, signs were painted on the sidewalks of the town, and h...

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. — 5 April 1918

0AKMJ50Z0 OUTLOOK. YOU'LL LAUGH! DOESN'T HURT TO LIFT CORNS OUT Maglcl Costs few Cents! Just drop a little Prcczonc on that touchy corn, Instantly It stops aching, then you lift the bothersome corn off with the fingers. Trulyl No humbug! Try Freeionel Your druggist sell a tiny bottle (or a few cents, tulTiclent to rid your (eet of every hard corn, toft corn, or corn be (ween the toes, and callusu, with out one particle of pain, toreness or Irritation. Freezone is the mysterious ether discovery of a noted Cincinnati genius. Great I jSy 1AW GBAllAfcQjPHKER "Oh, Dear, I'm Little Shy." "SOME SOhT OF A BISHOP" Eminent Churchman May Safely Leavo the Classification to the Many Who KnoW Him. Illshop üreer ot Now York, who Is n (rent friend ot Hlshop Whitehead ot Pittsburgh, entered n rostnurunt re cently iind gut down opposite another mnn. After n time ho nnd the man en Edged In n casual convcrsntlon nud the etrungcr H null y soldi "You look somewhat like a clergy man, sir." "Well, I mn ono...

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. — 5 April 1918

THE OARRIZOZÓ OUTLOOK $W& :&$?BEST IN THE LONG .RUN 'ííi America's RoadHgll li 18 treads and sturdy muscular bodies aeainst ' L 15 tho road, and battlo tho roughest going with irorria phenomenal mileage, aro Goodrich Tested Tires. You foresee splendid service in their gener ous, masterful size, and thoy have proved it for you on tho car and on the road. For Goodrich Test Car Fleets have brought back from a road test, which ran the length of tho continent and tho year of 1917, a new standard for tires, tho Toated of ' GOODRICH TEBTEIlM&efiRlS Actual road roughing It thus proves the tire construction of SILVEUTOWN COUDS, and BLACK SAFETY TREADS proves that the spiral-wrapped, cable-cord tire body, and tough black tread rubber baffle the teeth of tho road. Get proven durability and dependability in tho tires that mastered the roads of America In tho 4,178,744 tiro miles, traveled by the Test Car Fleets. Get tire economy and satisfaction in America's Tested Tires." Buy from ...

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. — 5 April 1918

1 GAIIKIZOZO OUTLOOK. Fire of Genius. Chumploy (nt the reception) I this Mr. l'nsslonpcn, the celebrated poot- CM? Mr. Pnsslonpen (hnughtlly)--It I. Chuiuplcy (effusively) I should hnvo known you mong n thousand, Mrs. Pnsslonpen Why? Cliiitiiploy (grnndlloquctly) Tlio flru of gciilu.t burns on yniir brow. Mrs. Pusslonpen (ilorlf Ivrly) Don't ln deceived, ynung imin, That in wliuro t scorched myself curling my Imlr. You'll belter guess iikiiIii. Our Part in Feeding the Nation (Hlieclul liifprnmllun Service, tJnlteil Hlntrn IVonrtmtnt of Agriculture) SAVE BILLIONS BY STOPPING FOOD LOSSES. How's This ? We offer UOO.iO (or any co of catarrh that cannot l cursd by 1IAL.L'U CATAltllll MKUICINK. IIA1.IH UAT.Wlllll MKUIUINM It ISK. in Intcrrmlly and acli through th Ulood . nn Ihit Mlii-nna Milrffin. nf Mm RvetAtn. I Hold by druEKlim for over forty years I'rlee 75c Testimonials free. F. J. Clienoy & Co., Toledo, Ohio. 1 5 . tW.)i W'v- Wot of Color. Mm. l'lnthush Whnt's become of Unit nec...

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. — 5 April 1918

.TU ,.n . ', i" . THE CAItRIZOZO OUTLOOK Be a Soiiím Giver Él Jf Keeper uyvour To win this war the U. S. Govern ment must have money, and it is the duty of every man, woman, and child to BUY A LIBERTY BOND Your subscription will be taken at the First National Bank Carrizozo New Mexico APRIL 15, 1918 Owing to the unusual nml very unsettled conditions nfTectlnR tlio automo. tillo (luid, brought about by tho wnr, wo nro compelled to put our business on nrush basis, ImBinninR April IB, 1918. Dealers and supply houses nro demanding their money upon tho delivery of foods, forcing us in turn to ask for cash from our customers. This departure from tho credit system is being Introduced by earngos throughout the country nnd wo feel that thy public will henrtllv co-orornto with us. N. Ü. Western Garage Please Do Not Ask for Credit After the Above Mentioned Date. Visit Postponed On account of illness, it will not bo possible for mo to fill the dates us previously announced. Due notice of my com...

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. — 12 April 1918

' if Published Weekly n the Interest of Carrizozo, and Lincoln County VOL. XIII-NO.Ü CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, APRIL12 , 1018 PRICE $2.00 PER YEAR i I CARRIZOZO OUT LOO K. NEW MEXICO MOURNS AND NATION L0ES A LOYAL PATRIOT Ex - Gov. W. C. McDonald Passes Away After Life of Activity and Usefulness First Governor of State. Tho end news of tlio death of Ex-Gov. W. C. McDonald, at El Paso Friday morning, came ns n shook to the iwople of Cnrrizozo, despite the fact that the public had heon concerned for somo time past with the knowledge that his condition was anything hut encouraging, and when lie was taken to El Paso the early part of the week, it was hoped that with the best of medical treatment that could be procured, together with enrcful nursing, j would prolong the Governor's life, if not to affect a permanent cure. Ho fought bravely against his infirmities, being on his feet un til a few days before his death, complaining but little, which was characteristic of...

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. — 12 April 1918

CARRIZOZO OUTLOOK. The Deep Bu VICTOR (OwritM tr w, CHAPTER XII Continued. 14 "Klio wont Inside tho cave, I think," said Davlcs. "Yes. I'm sure of It," answered Don nlil; uiiil he entered further Into Its riTiMcH, culling "Will Mnl" They hegnn to ho alarmed. They hurtled from point to point. Tho cnvo yvnr n .wldo.oun, but tnperoi). sowo ills Innco hack, Into tho neck of n liottlo. It seemed evident Hint Mn coiilil not Imvc gone farther Hum thin point. "Hun Imck. Davlcs, nml see If slip can't ho outside," mild Donnlil. Anil, wlillo ho colled, DuvIch took up the search without. Donald waited In tprror. tin illil not ilnru go fnrtliiT Into i tic cnvo Just then. Ton minutes Inter Imvlc returned. A glunco nt his face told Hint his mis sion tin it ticen entirely fruitier. They looked nt encli other. "There'H light nliend." unid DiivIch. They proceeded cautiously, nml sud denly they cm no upon n little entrance lending up from tho ven. CInso hy Win the (mint urouiid which MuiT-iurd hud ill...

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. — 12 April 1918

Itury f orcos. CAttltlitoZO OUTLOOK. Activity of Psychologists One of the Youngest of Sciences It of Dpecial Aid to the Government Psychology, one of the youngest of tbo sciences, but noverthclets one equipped with standardized methods of experimental procedure, li steadily nnawcrtng tho cull to tho colors. Eminent scientists from almost every flold of knowlcdgo have been summoned to sire expert advice or to render continu ous service ns commissioned officers In tbo ormy. So heavy bns been tho levy that several of the Eastern universities have been compelled to cancel all their courses In psychology; other Institutions are offering only a bare minimum ot courses. The University ot Illinois has been moro fortunate la this respect While several of Its psychologists have been called away, tho work of tho de partment Is pursuing a nearly normal course. Capf. Madison Ilcntley of tho department of psychology has for somo timo been president of Uio Cleveland aviation board. Ills work consi...

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. — 12 April 1918

Thursduy, nnd snys tho rango in mmm MSP,. . . .'.V THE OARRIZOZO OUTLOOK NEW IÍEXIC0 MOURNS AM) NATION LOSES A LOYAL PATRIOT (C'dtitinuiHl fhrnt Krout l'mte) tliojilgliodt office the people of tlio tiwidan state had to nircr lltOgflvornnrliip, in which posi Mflrt ho served his people to their utmost satiafnctlon. The Clovowior was patriotic in ovury Jtono and fibre of his being, and during tha present wnr hns ren- dertul much valuable service to : ltt6 country, always placing liim sihíln u position to net in de fense of the Flair. Hcsidos his wife, the deceased is survived by his daughter, Mrs. Truman Spencer, and three stop children, Mrs. M. B, Parkor of Hollywood, California, .lolin J. McCourt of I'hounix, Arizona and Paiil R. McCourt of Butte, Mon tana. Funeral services will be hold 'at the McDonald home, Sunday, April 14th, after which the romnins will be interred in tha uamutory at White Oaks. NOT1CH TO PATRONS Dr. W. B. Edwards, who was forced to cancel his recent en gagement ...

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. — 19 April 1918

GARRIZOZO OUTLOOK Published Weekly in the Interest of Carrizozo, and Lincoln County VOL. XIII-NO. 10 CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, APRIL 10 , 1918 PRICE $2.00 PER YEAR Lincoln County teachers' meeting highly successful Educators From Over County Give Interesting Addresses And Readings at Well At tended Meeting of Society. In accordance with the nr rangements made by tho pro gram committee of the Teachers' Association, cue program as printed on tho front page of the Outlook of April 5th was carried out to a successful termination, much to the satisfaction of all concerned. Same fifty odd toachoru from over the county wore in attendance and were hospitably entertained in the homes of Carrizozo people. The business and professionn men gave tho visitors a dinner on Saturday at tho Carrizozo Eating House, and during their stay entertainments of all kinds worn olfurod for which tho crowded program afforded no time. All speakers, and others who were announced, responded pr...

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. — 19 April 1918

T&.-.ii..l.! M.wrj'li-'i., IP t Wfcr - ' GAJIRIJ50ZO OUTLOOK. . Al' Deep Sea Peril tByHBSSKXEBK VICTOR ROUSSEAU COI'inlQIIT DT TT.O.CIUrUAH x CHAPTER XIII Continued. 15 Top. like n fury, Hip queen rushed nt lilm, ninl Clouts, nt first solicitous iilimit striking il woman, soon found himself hard put to It to innlntnlii tho tii)Mr tin mI. with nil IiIh strength ami With the 11 of nil Hu'wrestlltig trick hn knew. Ilu imnti'il in ho urnpplccl wllll her. "It's nil right, iiiiiriiil" ho pleaded. "I'D ii M him If he'll see you, If you'll only not lose your head. I didn't menu In iilt you outside, hut order was orders. I'm only obeying orders, miirni. There iiln't no need for them hysteric. Now now, innriul" Ho miis still fighting mildly when suddenly her strength seemed to leave hor. (.'louts hecntne iiwnro of u spec tutor of Ihii eninlmt. Ho glanced side hastily, (o seo I tin standing bo snio him. ''What Is idie, Clouts?" whispered , Ida. CJouts scratched his thick head. "I ilmi'l rl...

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. — 19 April 1918

THI OAMIZOZO OUTLOOK j LETTER FROM LOCAL BOY IN FRANCE The following letter of inter est 1ms been received by F. W. Brockway from one of his nephews who is now with tho U. S. Expeditionary forces in Franco. Somewhere in France, Feb. 24th, 1918. F. W. Brockway, Carrizozo, N. M. Dear Uncle: Received your letter a few days ago, and was moro than glad to hear from you. Gener ally our mail is about two months coming over here from tho states, but you can bet it Is well read when it does get here, The last mail I received was January 7th and was nearly seven weeks on the water. I hardly know what to write. There are so many things of in terest going on over here that the censor will not allow to go through. Wo have been hero two months and were fifteen days crossing the "nond." Fourteen of the fifteen days we were, out . oí signt oi land. Wo had remarkably nlco wea ther on tho trin. but we had several good submarine scares that we could have done very well without The lo.pt two days of th...

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