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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 19 April 1918

THE OAURIZOZO OUTLOOK HE OUTLOOK lihffl WwVIr In ill Inlcre.l u( C.rrlioio ml Unortá Colfntr, New Menleo, A nUltltR. Wliior nml IublWicr Mtn.ler l Amrticm Ptm Atwiilion .AUGE OIBCUlAtlON IN THE COUNTV hrtterol n rconl-cln" mattcf Jtnuary .10t 1. nt UirpuU office nlf'nrrlio,New Mmlrci, umlr tlm Act (if Mnrrti 3, 1870 vimtUIng lotrm eloaa VnlnU l ftooo M oolumii clou ThurnUy mint, till fit i Ml r' 1 1 sur pptr rulrly, piM nollly 'n J'ublLlnt l)Aiinrllilna mimou application SUBSCRIPTION HATES Hit Y RAH, In Mum III MONTI IS In A.U.nr . $1.00 OfflCE TI IONC NUMDtll 24 FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1918 YOUK FLAG AND MY FLAG The Honor HONOR FLi l- Liberty I HELiOUR COMMUNITY TO WIN THE RIGHT TO FLY THIS FLAG. Every Country or Commun ity can win the right to Hy tho King shown above, by over-sub-8,crlblng thoir quota to the Third Liberty Loan. Doubt may arise in tho minds of some people as to whether a flag can be won by a county only, or by a particular community. The feeling of the Government about t...

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. — 19 April 1918

THE CARRIZOZO OUTLOOK A FIGHTING AMERICAN Mrs. Ora B. LcBow. - A letter was received recent ly by the oiricera of the Fed eral Reserve Bank . at Dallas that made a deep Impression on all who read it. We quote it in full: "Your circular, 'The Victory of the Ages,' has just reached mo today, and I assure you I endorse it with all my heart. I am a widow of a soldier, also "a mother of one and 1 have but one son. Ho enlisted in the U. S. N. last May. 1 gave my eon to America and I am proud of him. He was my all. 1 am sixty-four years old. 1 did not have enough money last Octo ber to buy even a $50.00 Lib erty Bond, but 1 want one. My son was on the sea at that time and could not send mo any money until ho reached his des tination, but I have saved five and tun cents till I can now get one. "What would you advise wait till the next Ioan is placed before the pcoplo? I believe that will bo April the 0th. Kindly advise me. "I am with you for victory or death. Oh, how I wi -h 1 was a boy jus...

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. — 19 April 1918

.aaP. 4. GAKItlZOZO OUTLOOK. is I W; arnmgs About Tornadoes Gonditioni Usually Preceding Severe Wínditorrm and Pre caution! to Prevent Injury Tlio causes nnd effects of windstorms, tho seasons when they nro mot likely to occur, how to forestall tornadoes, nnd precautions to prevent lujury are outlined In n series of warnings Issued by tho United State weather bureau, which nro briefly summnrlzed an follows; Tornadoes nro usually preceded by high temperature and" humidity n weather condition generally mid to bo "sultry," "sticky," or "oppressive." Italn niny como before, with, or after a tornado, or, very rarely, thcro may ho no rain at nil. The bnromctar docs not foretell a tornado, though It Indicates low procures nnd tornadoes always occur In a "low" area. Tho season In which tqrnudoes may be expected varies according to tho region. They mny visit tho dulf stntcs In winter, nnd ns tho season advances tho region of greatest frequency Is In tho Mains states nnd tho Mississippi vnllc...

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. — 19 April 1918

i 0 , m$w GAKRIZOZO OUTLOOK. ONE PIECE SUPS DIrectoire Frocks Look as Though 1 Grafted on Egyptian. Girdled High Under the Buit, Having Short Sleeves and a Slight Round Neck Short Hair. In (lie reaction toward (ho dlrcctolrc, which lina como about through the In fluence of many designers, tlicro li a return to the clnsslclsm Hint was In slsted upon by Mmu. Tnlllcn nnd Jo sephlno In tho dnya of tito dlrectolrc. Vou remember, rccnlla n fashion cor respondent, that theso two women es tablished simplicity nnd, history anya, aemlnudlty, na n protest to tho extra ordinary frivolity of the gowns of Mnrlo Antoinette, Our fashionable women have nlrcndy adopted tho abort tinlr which theso Frock of printed chiffon, with silver fringe at hem of tklrt and chiffon ellver, tearf, adapted from gowns worn when Napoleon wat fighting In Italy. High coiffure hai alio re turned. two brought Into fashion In France, nnd which was cnllcd tho "coiffure n In victime." Todny tho hnlr la worn pulled up on top ...

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. — 19 April 1918

I 1 THE OARRIZOZO OUTLOOK 4 ins sücnarrvft DOVEM Und musl The New Styles in DOVE" UNDÉR-MUSLINS lore fascinating and delightful than ever are designs in "Dove" Under-garments th e new The soft, sheer matorinla with their appropriate trimmings of fino lace or embroidery are just what the woman of refinement is looking for. She will appreciate the littlo niceties of fino workmanship which "Dove" garments supreme in lit and finish. , Every open arm-hole is re-iuforced for long and satisfactory service. make Night Gowns Combinations Drawers Underskirts Envelope Chemises Chemises Corset Covers Camisoles ZIEGLER BROTHERS APRIL 15, 1918 Owing to the unusunl and vory unsettled conditions alfectlnii tlio automo bile Held, brought about by the war, we are compelled to put our business on aeash basin, beginning April 15, 1018. Dealers und Hupply houses nro dumnnding their money upon the delivery of gooda, forcing us in turn to ak for cusli from our customers. This depurturc from the credit sys...

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. — 19 April 1918

THE O ARRIZO Z O OUTLOOK GIGANTIC FRENCH WAR EXHIBIT TO TOUR STATE V There is now bolnpr assembled at Waco, Texas, sevoral car londs of every concelvnbio kind of fltfhtlng apparatus that is used on the battlft fields of Europe, in the submarine warfare, and in the sky. Tlio exhibit is the property of the French Government and la In charge of Mr. H. B, Coles, representative of the French High Commission. Mr. Coles is being: aided in tlio arranging of the tropillos by Mr. M. L. Fuller, special ruproscntative of the Missouri Pacific R. R. This priceless collection will, when ready, bo transferred to 1 the American Government, nnd in turn into tho caro of the offi cials of the Eleventh Federal Reserve District. Arranjícments have Keen completed to divide the exhibit in- o two trains of fivo cars ench, each train being composed of two flat cars, two baggage cars, and sleeper. The routing and trans portation of tho trains ovor tho territory comprising this Federal Ilesorvc JJIstrict, is i...

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. — 19 April 1918

norial .. jit 11 Dea uaver ñf. B. tíMr To win this war the U. S. Govern ment must have money, and it is the duty of every man, i woman and child to BUY A LIBERTY BOND Your subscription will be taken at the First National Bank Carrizozo Bar nett feed Store Who! esale and Retail Hay, Grain and Feed Stock Salt, Oil Cake Wood and Coal Prices Lowest and Service Best Carrizozo ... New Mexico Building With ft Inrgo stock of building material wo arc able to give you good service and bü ticit the trade of the people of Lincoln county, Carrizozo and adjacent towns. Foxworth-G&lhraith Lumber Co. D. R. Stewart, Manager .1 WI,Wftf 1 V IIMIM,THi:i 1. F Frownin Keener Buy your UMimr bond 7&&w New Mexico Material THE CARRIZOZO OUTLOOK Mortality Stock Table New Mexico Losses per 1000 amount to only li), compared to 20 In 1917, and 25 for a ten year average Thcao losses aro from disease. From exposure they amounted to 30 per 1000 com pared to 17 In 1917, and 29 for a ten year average. Con...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 19 April 1918

ti ' CAIiniZOZO OUTLOOK. Our Part in Feeding the Nation (Hp. lal Information Hervlc, I tilled LET THE BEES HELP Save the Swarms and Make Every BEES WILL HELP PROVIDE SWEETS Better Care of Colonics Is Best Way to Quicken Supply of This Crop. SUGAR NEEDED TO HELP WAR Pretent Stock of Honey Could Do In. created 10 to 20 Time Without Appreciable Increase In Cost Per Pound. Mori- honey Is needed to help thu Mignr supply mid needed Iii 11)18. It In Imperiillve, using I lit' language of olllelals of tlm Ulllll'll HIlttfM depart ment of iiKrlt'iiHuro In n recent publl ilion, Unit we Increase nut only tlm sugar crop In thu United Slates, hut every poMhlu supply of sweets, unit honey Is oiiii of tho supplemental sweets I hi' supply of which can he en larged without great effort. .Not only should those who iilrouily keep bees enlarge the number of their colonics, hut the Imlustry should iiImi bo extend ed, say fedenil oIIIcIiiIm, lo localities wliere beekeeping Iiiin not been tried on n commer...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 19 April 1918

THE CARRIZOZO OUTLOOK j People You Know Mrr. H. S, Camplicll was called to Bristol, Intl., the first part of this week on account of the critical illness of her mother. Messrs. Morris, Prehmo and Aguirra motored into the moun tains above White Oaks last Sunday and incidently visited tho Lacey Ranch. Bo sure to attend tho Panto mine Sunday evening at tho M. E. Church, given under the direction of Miss Zouch. Bevo is pure and heathfuland recommended by physicians. Get a case today. Carrizozo Trad ing Co. W. B. Foreman left for Ros well Thursday, to visit relatives and friends at his old honv Tho Outlook is grateful to Mrs. Wallace L. Gumm, who kindly furnished us with the notes of the meetings of tho Teachers' As sociation. Judge E. L. Mcdler is in town this week attending to court duties. Mrs. R. E. P. Warden left last week for California, where shu will visit her Bon, Bryan Hightower. O. W. Bamberger and Dr. Johnson went to El Paso Thurs day to hear Mr. McAddoo on "Tho Third Liberty...

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. — 26 April 1918

CARRIZOZO OUTLOOK Published Weekly in the Interest of Carrizozo, and Lincoln County VOL. XIII-NO. 11 CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, APRIL 20 , 1918 PRICE $2.00 PER YEAR in MAJOR MASSIE AND COL. TWITCHELl TALK TO LARGEAUDIENCE Distinguished Speakers En , tertain Carrizozo People at Court House Tuesday ' Night. Last Tuesday night was looked forwnrd to by tho peoplo of Car rizozo with much interest with tho expectation of hearing some- ' thing good from Major Massio and Col. Twitchcll, and tiiey Twere not disappointed. At the usual hour of opening meetings (if this kind, Mr. Geo. Spcncc called the crowded court room to order and introduced Col. Twitchell, who although worn out to a certain extent with tho work of the day between Ros well and here, gave the audience an interesting talk. Ho dwelt at length on what he termed an over exerciso of our American cbarity in allowing tho German language in our public schools, and said this influence had already worked an untold a...

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. — 26 April 1918

The Born Guaraní THE OARRIZOZO OUTLOOK Western Garage lonues Tickets to Customers The wide nwako management of tho Western Garage, lias jnst Issued carda to its customers which am Rood for the sum of $10.00. Tho catds contain prices ranging from 5 to 30 cent? and arranged on the margin 30 that they may he punihed as pur chases aro made. ! Uy tho issue of these tickets, I tho Western Garago in ablo to save money to thoso who will take advantage of tho tickot purchase schemo as a means of economy. In tho arrangement of the prices, a purchaser may obtain any of the many access orics which the Garago has for sale, gi'E being given the priii cipal spaco on tho tickot. Buy a Liberty Bond. IffTBMHM rnnmBingry HUME You aro not expected to pay for your IBern-taifored fluit unlcsi) it satisfies you completely in fit, workman ship and quality of materials. And because Born Tailor ing docs satisfy, this liberal guaranty adda nothing to the rice. Let us show you how good a suit wc can make for 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. — 26 April 1918

Ann illiloi (orina elot Wtdotftlty t noon Ntart eolunint !( TtufKÍr olibl. QIC you not rtMlrt rmt'ptpw ft ulrlr, pint nolll ill Tublltbir ! ASftrtUlBf rti oi pplltlon Baragon, D. N. Bonnell, Felipe THE 0ARR1Z0Z0 OUTLOOK THE OUTLOOK CutllihJ Wnlly In tb lolMHt of Ctrrlaoio tad Lincoln County, Niw HeiUo, A. I UUIIKE, lull lor and l'ubllslier Mtafctr tl Aanlcit fren AiwIilUi LARGEST CIBCULATI8N IN THE COUNT Kntarod a second-elan matter January 1Ü11, at iho post office at Carrlioio.New Uexico, Under tlio Act of March 3, 1870 SUBSCRIPTION RATES ONE YEAR. bAJ.int. ' t)UC MONTHS la Ad.i.t. . 12.00 ÍI.00 OFFICE I'HONE NUMOtfl 24 FIÍIEÜÁX APRIL 26, 1918 YOUR FLAG AND MY FLAG When Strong Men Slack Mr. Hiram Garrard tells of a recent visit to Hot SprinRs and meeting a certain Dr. Baker, who is undergoing treatment for nervous prostration. The Dr. is a member of the Medical Corpa of the army, and as the streneous work of the operating rooms was too much for him, consequently n nervous breakdown...

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. — 26 April 1918

Pialar la 11-m.TIm THB OARRIZOZO OUTLOOK '.t8 , . - 'V 1?51BB 1 f Fo, v I Patriotitm in Public Schooli The following is an extract from a patriotic reading nt the recent teachers' meeting, which will be read with interest, as it shows a careful study of the needs of tho children in our schools in these trying times. Patriotism in the Public Schools By Misa Mabel Smith, Principle of the Lincoln Schools. Patriotism is a derivative of the Latin word, patria, which means fatherland, and patriot ism is that quality or passion which oimB to servo ono'B coun try, that leads one to be zealous ly devoted to its welfare, sup- , wauwHrt Puro (unsweetened Goat Milk A liW IJIMÍNIHt " J - Wait, H.m la rwl.rlnj bIA'l At i I . I .l .... I a h ÉlaHlfh M AT tlADIMO DRUSOHT potting and defending it in of peace and war. But patriotism means more than that, It means loyalty, a de votion to the maintenance of law, a disposition to uphold the constituted authority and to bo faithful to the government, whe...

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. — 26 April 1918

The Great ELLIOTT & SHERMAN FILM CORP., PRESENT Griffith's 8th Wonder of the World 5,000 Scenes 18,000 People IT HAS ELECTRIFIED THE THE WOULD Carrizozo WEDNESDAY, Patture Lands in Colfax County for 1S00 Héad of Cattle Information was received to day at the office of the secretary of tho Now Mexico Cattle and ir De a Smiling Giver a 1 To win this war the U. S. Govern ment must have money, and it i the duty of every man, woman and child to BUY A LIBERTY BOND Your subscription will be taken at the First National Bank Carrizozo - i American Play at Laát Theatre MAY . . 1 Horso Growers' association, in tho Chamber of Commerce bldg., that pasturage can be had in Colfax county for 1,500 head of cattle for the summer. It is stated that the range has 80,000 acres, 20 acres to New Mexico H. A. Sherman, Pres. "DECISIVE UATTLEH Ol' THE CIVIL WAR." ..SHERMAN'S MARCH TO THE SEA." THE I1URNING OI' AT LANTA." "LEE'S SURRENDER AT AI'I'OMATTOX." "WHAT WAR COST MOTH- ERS, WIVES AND SÍ8 SERS," "TH...

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. — 26 April 1918

THE OARRIZOZO OUTLOOK ' Fer INOCH MORGAN'S sons ca Buv SAPOLIO For SCO NO MY PATRIOTISM "Action IP? tgiidjrn than words -Act - Dont Talk - Buy Now Nogal Note J The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Hodges, who lias been suffering with paralysis passed nwny last Saturday night. The remains were buried in the Nogal cemetery. The work on the road at Nogal Hill is progressing nicely, and they are nearing the bottom. The new order of things at the Hender & Orannum Mine seems to indicate that work will soon begin and a good showing is ex pected. The Post Oflke has underwent an improvement. A new door has been put in at the south end of the building. Mr. Adams Changes Business Policy Mr. A.W. Adams, one of Carri zozo's oldest and best known gro cers, announces his intention of changing the policy of his bus iness, and is abont to enter the cash business. The conditions arising from the present war have caused many morchants to adopt this policy as they claim by so doing thoy reduco...

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. — 10 May 1918

'rfi t ' ' Published Weekly, in the Interest oi Carrixozo. 'and Lincoln Couhty " , , ' ' ! '2 "i. u t ;,. ., I - - - VOL. XI1I-N0. 13 CARKIKOZQ, hlííCOLN.'COUNTTi hli'W MEXIC'6, 9 I-'rÍDAY, .MAX, 10, 191 ' PKIÜE S'2.00 PE1ÍVYEAK - - - ' - -- -f- ', tir-'-frrr-frtif-VrrT ' " T ," ,' t ( 1 ,,, I If . . i , ,. , i 1 .' it ,. , ' . 1 ' " ' : .... " .- " 11 " What does it mean to yóu to know that your American Red Gross: 1 ;j 1 I .1 'i Ib supportfnR'50,000 French children. Sends supplies to U.423 French military . hospitals. Provides 2,000 French hospitals with surRical dressings, Is operating thirty canteens at- the front line. Is operating six other canteens at French railway junctions serving 80,000 French soldiers' a dtiy. Operates a movable hospital in four units, accommodating 1,000 men. Is operating a children's refuge 'n one part of the war one; and in another a medical center and traveling dispensary, both capable of accommodating more than 2.ÜQÚ children. Ha3 opened a long chai...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 10 May 1918

CAItltlZOZO OUTLOOK. The CHAPTER XVII 17 -Continued. "There's no hurry now," answered Donald. Nuddciily Davles' voice rnmn lip In ngllntcd tones. "Dniiulil !" tin crli'd. "It looks iih If tlio monsters nro fill lowing Mucllcurd nfler nil! Don't you see, they iiru with lilm, not lis?" "They wouldn't keep us In tlio center nocessurlly," mild Donald. "Yesterday wo ni'iirly lout them." "Hut then do you suppose they nro lending iih snumwhcro?" "I ilon't know," Donnlil nnswcrcd "Full peed I" Donald, hazarding rocks, drove the F!5 linrd between Hie mighty wiiIIh of granite. In front of Mm lie snw nn open Imdy of wnler, ringed with far nwny hills. He was In Klcjotil fjord. Hut not n vestige of the monsters wan to ho hitii. Once through Unit gutewny he Inshcd tho wheel iind went on deck. Tim quarry luid disappeared. A chineo nn mired Idiu of Unit. The. lltiifild water of Hie fjord lay motionless before him Behind hltn the passage seemed to Imvo closed. He rushed back Into the conning tower. ...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 10 May 1918

ruts UARRIZOZO OUTLOOK DEATH AND CRE- . MATIOK-GREWS0HÉ FIND NEAR MT.SPR1NGS . W. Brown Victim of Light ning Stroke Followed by Burning of Car and Cre mation of Body Last Saturday morning E. W. Urown, a well-known ranchman of this locality, started from his home, theHopoful Tank Knnch, tó cómo to Carrizozo. Every tiling went well with him until he reached the Mountain SpringB when the hub came off one of the wheels of the car, putting the entire working gear out of commission. After waiting for some time, he was picked up by Ira Johnson who brought him to Carrizozo, and he at once solicitated the aid of Mrs. Belle Garven, his sister-in-law, and after providing themselves with a new hub and other necessary accessories to repair the car, they returned to the scene of the accident. They succeeded in repairing the car and made a start for this city; they had not gono more than one mile however, before it began to rain, accompanied by much thunder and lightning. Mrs. Garven, who was runn...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 10 May 1918

ÜAIIMZOZO OUTLOOK. SI' MANY HORSES ARE USED BY ARMIES Shortage of Animals Means Loss es of Cannon and Prevents Rapid Advance. 47,000 A MONTH ARE KILLED About 60 Per Cent of Animals Wound ed Aro Sent Dack to the Front After Treatment In Red Otar Hnspllt. Now York. Necessity of sendlne hundrcdi of thousands of horses to franco ' for Ihu Amvrlcnn artillery units nnd of establishing liosplluls for tho treatment of onnded unlumls la cmplmalzcd by Dr. V. O. Btlllmnn, president of tho Hod Btnr nnllimt re lief, In bulletins upon tho work of tho organization, lie sold that tho Oer mana had lost mnny buttctlcs of field pieces becauso of lack of nnlimils to draw them to safety durlntr allied ml ranees, whllo fewer Runs had been lost by tho JlrltlRh partly becauso they had largo numbers of horses. 4,500,000 Horace In Uie. FJ cures compiled by tho society show Hint thorn nro l.GOO.OOO In tiso by nil tho armies In tho wnr, and that tho losses on tho western front alone hnvo averaged 47,000 n mont...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 10 May 1918

THIS OAIUUZOZO OUTLOOK LODGES COMET CIIAl'TMl NO. 29 ORDER OF EASTElfN STAR Carrizozo, Now Mexico. Regular Meeting &S! r8t Wednesday of V&' Each Month. All Visiting Stars Cqrdially In vited. Mns. It. R. Sale, Worthy Matron S. I"1. Miller, Secretary. -Carrizozo 'Lodge No. 41 Carrizozo, New Mexico. A. P. & A. M. Regular communi cations for 1918. t Jan 26 Feb 23 Mar. 23, Apr.20, May 25 Juno 22, July 20, Aug. 17, Sop. 14, Oct. 19, Nov. 10, and Dec. 14 and 27. R. E. Blaney, W. M. S. F. Miller, Secretary. .A Carrizozo Lodge No.30 I.O.O.F Carrizozo, Now Mexico. S.F.Miller,N G M. H.tMont- ' Romery aec'y Regular meetings 1918 First and third Friday each month. Carrizozo Lodob No. 11. K of P Carrizozo, New Mexico. Meeting every Monday evening in tho Masonic Hall. All memb ers aro urged to be present, and visiting Knights welcomed. G. T. McQuillen, C. C. E. A. 0. Johnson, K. of R. and S. PROFESSIONS Geo. Spenco W. 0. Merchant Spence & Merchant ATTOHNEYS-AT law Id Rank Building ...

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