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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 5 July 1918

v OARIIIZOZO OUTLOOK. f!" Part in Feeding the Nation (Special Information Bervlco, United mates Department of Aarlcultur.) CITY MEN AS FARM HELPERS The Service That Some City Men Rendered Last Year In Saving the Potato Crop Can De Duplicated Now In Grain Fields, on Truck Farms, and Elsewhere, PEOPLE IN TOWN TO HELP FARMER Farm Labor Shortago Such That Herolo Measures Aro Neces sary to Save Crops. CLUB CO-OPERATION IS NEED Opportunity for City Men to Repay, to Nation a Part of Debt They Owe the Farm What Clarenco Ouiley Hai to 8ay, Suppose you closo your toro next Tuesday lock It up mid go nwny nil ilny l"iv much will yo 'oso? Some thing, certnlnly. Hut si ,-poso, tomor row mornlr;, you display placards over every counter telling your cus tomcrs Hint the store will not bo open Tuesday, Hint tho cntlro nlcs force Is going to put In tlio ilny fighting for the freedom of America, mid ask them to buy on Monday what they need for Tuesday, How much would you loso then, even If your competi...

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 July 1918

THE GAllIMZUgU UUiiiUun. THE OUTLOOK fublUhwl Wwklr In lh. Inl.t.it ot Oarrlioio Lincoln Counlr, Nw Millet) A. L. HURKE. Editor and Publl'licr Mttnlrr I Ametlcm I'nii Andill IARQEST CIRCULATION IN THE COUNT If Entered ns second-claw matter Jarruwy I lllll.ai me pom ouicenn umuu,ncw Maxim, under tlm Act of March 3. 1879 Aav.rtl.ini lunnt etui Wfdoly I nooti ntl eolU'nm eloit Thutidny mihl, J II ou to nolrec.Ut rur p.p.r rtxul.tlr, pl.M. nollly ihtj'tiblliucr IJAilmlLliiit rutnon pplIrMIou SUDSCnilTlON HATES NE YP.AH. in AJ.ince KXtO IIS MONTHS In AJ.n I OU OFFICE PHONE NUMUHH 24 FRIDAY, AUG. 9. 1918 YOUR FLAG AND MY FLAG S-" Motto of 'Hits Paper m a o omd a ci a d n a d s a o Service Flag Galley 00 acaooc )0D Flag No. 20. In honor of Frnncls Pcllmnn, nt thu home of,, his sinter, Mm. .1. II. Rnrvun. 1'lag No. 27. In honor of Lt. Ilnrry Dixon, nt tho home of III wife. Flag No. 2:4 hearing n single star nt thu homo of Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Rich- nrd In honor of liny L, Curry, brother f Mm....

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 July 1918

THE UAKKIZUUU UUli.uun. AMERICAN FOOD SAVINGS LARGE United States Sent to Allies 141,000,000 Bushels of Wheat. CREDIT DUE TO WOMEN. Allies Qot 844,600,000 Poundi Mor Meat and Fat In 1917.10 Than In Yar Before. AMIIIUOAN KOOD SlIIPMHNTS i TO AM.1H8 MKAT. ioin-17 i,i(;o,wk),ooo lbs. 1017-18 1,011,100,000 lbs. Increase. 811,000,000 llis. 0I1I113AI.S. 1010-17 unu.non.ooo hit. 1017-18 8-10,800,000 Incrouan... SO.000,000 bu. In uplto nf n Riibnormnl food supply In thU country (lie American propia hnvo been nble to Nlilp to the Allies bk well ns our own turcos oversew 141,000,000 Pusliels of whent, heñidos 84 1,000,000 pounds of meat, durlne Uie yenr ending Juno 30 Inst. Thin hna ticen mudo posHlhlo by tbo whole eoulcd co-opcrutlon of the peoplo, wlui, hrvldos practicing self-denial, Imve ppH-ilfil up production find re sponded nobly to tho nppoul from nliroud. Knod Admlnlstrntnr Hoover, In a, Irtlor lo President Wllxon, kItph a. brief sumnmry of thf1 resulta of food conservation In tbo Un...

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 July 1918

tor tiren, ocning leet. oqii aTarwacrev aqt 715 L 4 C Baüiíif, Dmtr, Calo. 1 ' li CARRIZOZO OUTLOOK. Certain-teed 1i U mm it. iMK Tempting veal loaf WHAT is more tempting for a summer luncheon than Llbby's savory Veal Loaf 1 Prettily garnished It makes a dainty yet sub stantial dish and one au ready to put on the tablet 4 Order Llbby'sVcal Loaf today. You will want it always on your shelves for quick lunch cons for unexpected guests. Llbby, MfNelll A Llbby, Chicago SSISSSSSSSSiSSSSSi!SiSi!ilSSSSSiSSS Tlmei Had Changed, lira. Henry Peck "You used to any Ihnt 1 look good rtaough to cnt." Peek "I haven't as good nn nppctlto as I hod then." Ftlnt heart never gets mixed up In 1 breach of promlso suit f AwJrf QDAKD tmt il ti. r.F.Lt KOVEBALLSl .U.B.Pot.Off Keep Kid Kleen Tm mot ttixX hedJjL tiurtfat ftnncnu pet lo-foied lot chili fn li y tut ol afVlVftmlQ oe picviih P Utk, uflr tlitpcdaoa of cB. IsJy wiW. No tuM clastic Undt ip fop Cucuutioa mtut la blue (Wo, fttul imdnf Uut ana vWta ( ut...

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 July 1918

4- V ' THE OARKIZOZO OUTLOOK Value of Her Time Efficiency Ih tho watch word of the industrial world. Every effort is mado to make every minute count. This samo spit it ofufllc!cncy is reaching into the lionic. The nousewue is nuvo uuliiiK an-' practising timo sav ing methods. Her timo Is as valuable and often moro valuable to herself, her family and her community outside of the kltohon than in it. The up-to-(Into housewife employs upto !nle methods. She does a given task in tho best possible manner in the shortest posslblo time. She eliminates the necessity of doing tho same thing twice Uj gain the desired results. Whoro this kitchen ofllcioncy rulo-you usually find Calumut Unking Powder, because Cal umot is efllclonl. It is positivo In results. It never fails. There arc no rcbakings. No "douole duty" for tho housewife. Its de pendable action cuts baking time down to a minimum. Still thti'c is another way in which Caluinot relieves the housewife from bake day duties, it on Wtlfi her...

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 July 1918

GANADA OARRIZOZO OUTLOOK. Prevent Food Losses Peróhablei Cin De Saved by Cueful Handling Wt tha United Hiatos Department of Ag rtcutturo.) Important amounts n( perishable foods nro mado dangerous or Inedible In households hccnuso tlioy nro ox posed unnecessarily lo beat, moisture, germs, dust, dirt, or to Dies and other Insects. Much milk polis quickly because It Ik kept uncovered In wnrra kitchens. Close observance of the doctrine, "Keep perishable food, cspoclnlly milk, cool, cli'iiu nnd covered contin uously," mny mnko n striking differ onco In tho food hills of mnny fnm Ules. Krcsh vegetables not needed Imme diately for other purposes should not ha thrown out or allowed to spoil, hut should he used In making soups, sal ads, or comhlnatlon dishes, Fruits aro sometimes allowed to go to waste which might he stewed and kept n day or two until needed. VcRctahles and fruits should not ho stored In quantities In hot, damp, nnd poorly ventilated bins. Such condi tions hasten wilting, fe...

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 July 1918

"TTPiáwWiTn OABRIZOZOíOUTLOOK i jipi '. j i ..a The SILK SALE Has Been a, GREAT SUCCESS And Is Still Going ON AT ZIEGLER BROTHERS PERSONALS Judge E L. Mcdlor camo in last week. Best equipped Ford shop in the state. -Western Garage. II. Baca of Estancia was a Carrizozo visitor lust week. Our Mens' Furnishing Section lias amply provided for the sum mer demand of light weight Athletic Underwear, at prices ranging from 75 cents to $1.C0 u suit. Ziegler Brothers. .1. II. Murid and family of Wa co Texas visited Mrs. Will NourBf for n short time this weak. Bring your Fords to us wo will repair them right and at Ford prices. Try us Western Garage. Mrs. W. II. Osborn and daugh ter Sara leave Saturday for u vis it with relativos in Indiana. Wo are showing a splondid lino of those celebrated Signal Shirts tills season witli or without j collar, at vary little advance I ovur last season, and it will do you good to invustlgnto our itook Of mans' and boys' shirts before buying olsewhoro. Zlotflor...

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 July 1918

OUTLOOK. CARRIZOZO Published Weekly in the Interest of Carrizozo, and Lincoln Ceunty VOL. XIII-NO. 22 CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JULY 12 1918 PRICE $2.00 PER YEAR Sundayed nt Home of Rev. Lcwclling W. J. Hunt and wife of Nor mangec, Tex., who Imvo boon visiting relatives on the Bonito, Hpent Inst Sunday us gucstB at the home of Rev. Lewelling of the Methodist Church. The Hunt family nro to romnin i;i this locality for about one week, during which they will divide their time with friends here and on the Bonito. Mrs. Massie Goes East Mrs. Nora Massie left for Owonsborough, Ky., where she will visit for a short while, after which she will go to her home and mother at Utlca, to spend the balance of the time she has allotcd to her stuy. The many friends of Mrs. Massie wish her a pleasant visit and a nafo return from her old home in the blue grass state.. Mrs. Wm. Roily, who has undergone a siego of La Grippe, is roported as gradually improv ing. She became n victim 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 July 1918

CAIUIIZOZO OUTLOOK. me RANQ1 arme 0c irru, ovf a c&wr WARD EVENS UP OLD SCORES WITH OLNEY IN A MANNER THE LATTER IS NOT LIKELY SOON TO FORGET Synopsis. Mnrthy nnd Jaso Mcllkc, pioneer, hnvo for twenty yonrs ramio n bnro living out of their ranch nt tho Covo on Wolvorlno creek In tho mountnln rnngo country of Itlnho. Their neighbors, tho MacDonnlds, living several miles nwny, ha,vo n daughter, Wily Loulso, now about nineteen years old, whom Mnrthy has Becretly helped to cducntc. At tho timo tho story opens Hilly Loulso Is spending tho nftcrnoon with Mnrthy, A snowstorm comes up, nnd on her way homo tho girl mceU mi Interesting stronger, who Is Invited to stay over night nt tho MacDonald ranch. Wnrd Wnrrcn nnd Hilly Loulso be como Arm friends. Jnso dies nnd Mnrthy buries his body without nld. CImrllo For, Murthy's nephew, comes to tho Cove. IIo discovers ovl (lenco of cnttlo stenllng, nnd Hilly Loulso verifies suspicions. Hilly LouIno discovers whnt sho thinks Is cvldcnco of Ward'...

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 July 1918

HEKaAnnizozoiOUTiiooK M 6íW- - OOOBODII ! Ser i With the emperor of Austria, iwho in said to bo tha only lODG ES AMcc Flag Galley Uiist Accommodations Fur All Tile People All Tho Time CARRIZOZO EATING HOUSE monnrcli in Europo who enn trace his lineage to tho Cacsnrs, knocking nt tho door of Potsdam CO MKT ClIAPTRFt NO. 2U ORDER OF EASTERN STAIl Cnrmozo, Now Mexico. sAgy Rogular Meeting SgtfT Vint Wednesday of v Each Month. All Visiting Stars Cordially In vitcd. Mhs. R. R. sauk. Wortv Malr-m S. R Mil.l.Hit, Secretary. aOOMXJD OtadDOHüaD (for his people) there is indeed u swallowing of mighty pride. Albuquerque Journal. Table Supplied With Best Tho Market Affords Flint' No. I. Mcnrlng three niara in h-inor of Kli, Huípil and I.ewla .Iciii'M, ut tho residence of fl. It. Hale brothers of tin. R. It. 8al and Miss Grace Junen. No. I. Bearing two tar, in honor of Kalph R. nnl Qio. B. Burlier .1.' , at the Bnrbar iciidoncu. Kls-K No. 8. -BaarlitK tlia xlnulostnr, nt the home of Mr. and Mrs....

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 July 1918

mmt las-- i (JAKMZOZO OUTLOOK. Food Value of Fish Extensive Uio Recommended by Department of Agriculture Further ovldciico tlmt fish deserves a placo In every diet wan obtained from n rocrnt scries of dlRostlon experi ments In tho United Mates depart ment of nurldilturc. Tlioso tcstn fur nished scientific proof tlmt fish, which lian nlwnys been reckoned ns n vol tinhlo food, If) very completely util ized In tliu body, In the experiments lloston mnckcrcl, buttcrflsh, salmon nnd crayfish u va riety not p'nerally used In this coun try wcro mado Into "fish lonvcs" and erved ns u basis of n slmplo mixed diet to young men of healthy nppo tltes. noth the protein nnd tho fat of tho fish worn well utilized. Following ara tho percentages of protein digested! Doston innckcrol, 03.1 per cent: but- terflsh, 01.0 per ccnt grnyfish, 023 per cent and snlmon, 1)3.2 per cent. Tho porccntnRCS of fnt digested wcro found to bo: lloston mackerel, 03.2 per cent: bultcrllsh, 80.4 per cent grnyflsh, 0U per ...

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. — 12 July 1918

New Mexico Iron Steel Corporation (Incorporated) CARRIZOZO, NEW MEXICO Owners of More than 2000 Acres of the Rich est Iron Ore Deposits in the West, With Operating Mines Will Build Smelters and Blast Furnaces at Carrizozo, New Mexico Authorized Capital of the Company $3,000,000. All Stock Common, "Fully Paid and Non-Assessable." The Company Will Sell a Limited Amount of Stock at $1.00 Per Share. All Orders for Stock Taken Subject to Prior Subscription and Reservations. More Than 100 Citizens oí Carrizozo and Vicinity Have Taken Stock in the Company. Sixty Acres of Land Have Been Secured for the Building Site, and Actual Construction Will Begin August 1st, 1918 USE THE COUPON BELOW AND BUY SOME STOCK IN THE COMPANY AT ONE DOLLAR PER SHARE I l I COUPON New Mexico Iron & Steel Corporation, Carrizozo, N. M.: Gentlemen: Enclosed herewith find $ u, in payment of ihares of the Capital Stock of the Company at the price of $1.00 per Share. Name Address. 1 X do i

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. — 12 July 1918

jTHEíOARItlZOZOtOUTEOOK HE OUTLOOK .liitift Weakly In ta 1m -mi nt Oitriantn ml Miteutn Count, New Mefiiwi. I IIUUKU. Editor nmJ Publisher Htmitt I Aumftia Fit .IimíIiIím nscir emcuLATioM in the count i tkI m MMxii l-flaK mutter January "Ml at tlwr l '.Wren! rrlion,New ico. under the Act f March 3, 1870 i- i-rtMHf lornn Blow Wntundur ni nena 'i eolMuoe ctoee Thunder nlshl. Vil yvu mi rsee've rM peper riilrl, rte.. Mtlfr I'.iMlebft IJAdvtillilhj relet nn nrilltlon SUBJSCMIITION HATES Nl. YEAM. to A.. X MONTHS 1. A1 vanee - OrriCR PtIONB NUMIItM 24 2.00 $1.00 FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1913 YOUR FLAG AND MY FLAG Í Motto of Tliis I'nper Pledged to the Undykig Q Support of Its Country's v Cause. WHIP AND SCORPION Sad ii3 -it may acorn, a great muny of our preachers through out the land have suffered the humiliation of bcIuK indicted for Aits unbecoming American fit Itüni by advising tlioir con- Sgntions to resist the draft, re tí to buy Liberty Honda and Wr Savings Stamps, and com ttlltting other...

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. — 12 July 1918

the oarrizozo out; rrooir. - Nogal Notes Tifo -ífíi wna quietly observed in Nounl; nh nil day service at the Church with a basket dinner on the grounds being the features of; the day. Another feature, and a good ene, was the serving of Icecream in the old post ofllco building by the Red Cross with gratify ing results, The esteemed Car rizozo merchants, Zicglcr Uros., donated a largo ham to the cause which was railled oil bringing the handsome sum of $17.00 and then some. The Nogal Red Cross workers wish to extend their thanks to this firm through the columns of the Outlook for their generosity. The ladies who worked so faithfully had tho satisfaction of "cleaning up" $15 for the cause. Rev. Boiuly from Hopo, N. M. hai just closed a serios of suc cessful meetings with several additions to the church and the baptisms which wore by immor- fllün occurod at Sallie White's tank. Six additions in all was tho total outcome of the meet ing!. Tho Parsons mining company aro to install n saw mi...

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. — 12 July 1918

ra oamuoozo ounoox ER BROS.' the money you will save Smart Suits Sacrificed Our entire romnining stook of Women's Suits, in Silk or Cloth, such as Tnft'oUi Silks, All-Wool Poplins nml Sorgoe: $26.00 to $5.00 Suits reduced to . SSS.B0 $16.00 to $88.50 Suite reducá! to. 12.90 $10.00 to $18.50 Suite reduced to . 8.80 Ladies' Spring Coats 119.80 to $88.50 Spring Conte reduced to $12.00 115.00 to $18.00 Spring Coats rodueod to 10,00 A Few Children's Coats $8.00 to 0.00 Vahíos, in neat, new Spring Children's Conts, now $8.00 $.80 to $4.00 Values now 8.00 t SEMI- during this sale. Ladies.' Skirts A Hpecial lot of Women's Novelty Skirts, in plaid and stripes, $5.00 & $0.00 values reduced to ... $1.25 $8.00 and $10.00 values now 0.50 10.50 " 12.50 " " 8.75 Women's Silk Dresses Many of these Dresses have been in our stocks hut a very short time. They are all fresh, dainty, exquisitoercations, in Silks, Taff eta, Crepe do Chine, Georgetto Crepe and Satin, also a few Serges and Jersey Cloth...

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. — 12 July 1918

i uonru renco mni woimi cucciuuu CAKUIZ05Í0 OUTLOOK. EXPERT'S I8I1TE TO That tlicro Is Rood reason for (ho wonderful crops of grain crown In Western Cnnniln, which tiavo mndo thoiisnndi of former residents of the United .States wealthy, It not always lilvon the thought that It deserves Is quito apparent. Hut tlint thcro must bo n reason Is quito evident. l'robn bly moro than ono hut the, ono tlint requires emphasis Is tlint tho Boll Is of tho nature tlint will prodnco Rood crops. It wns not long luco thntstho farmer selected his Innd In tho most haphazard way. Ho need not do so today. Ho will select It on tho soil analysis plnn. Soil from Western Cnnndn wns submitted to Prof. Slov ens, soil physicist of tho Btnto Collego of Washington, at Pullman, Wash, Ills report should no doubt further encour- PLAN TO GET RID OF GRASSHOPPERS olsoncd Bait Distributed Over Infested Fields Proves Ef fective Remedy. SIRUP OR MOLASSES IS USED GARDEN VEGETABLES I K!ll!!!! NEED SUNNY PLACE Most Crops Wi...

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. — 12 July 1918

THE OARRIZOZO OUTLOOK Stud iOO ebaker Wagons Casings and Inner Tubes Portland Cement Dynamite, Fuse and Caps Kansas Blackleg Serum Lubricating Oils Steel Roofing Rubberoid Roofing Building Paper Sash and Doors Drill Steel ' Dry Batteries, Etc., Etc. The Titsworth Company, Capitán, New Mexico mm More Patients for Fort Stanton It is stated upon ood auth ority that the War Department has nuked the U. S. Public Health and Marine Hospital Service to arranjio for the ac commodation of one thousand in valid soldiers at Ft. Stanton, nnd that the necessary tent-houses, beds, etc. will bo received at nn curly date. This is no doubt just a starter for the "Ik drive." So far as our soldiers in the actual business of this war ex tends, we have just bemin, by the time ilie Allied are ready and goiiiK. on the biif offensive that ie sure to come, there will be iliouMinds of Kunsed and tuber cular men to care for and no doubt Ft Stanton will become one of the lending sanatoriums for this class of in...

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. — 12 July 1918

4 OARRIZOZO OUTLOOK. 100 Per Cent on LIBERTY BONDS 10071 Inlrrf man Liberty Iloadonnil War Raring numpo (xxwllilr H want 3M,(0 worth l face ruine In denomlnatlone ui tM ami up ardí, NO LIMIT Write quick wliat you bare. JOHN H. CAIN & CO. Ml ZOO Else Bide Brommood, TriM BLACK losses sukiy preventíd h cuTTtrt Bucmta puis I Esf I Irtih. nlUU ' pill flVJMLlkai rlnt wKtrtttliW BO-rfiitikLWitlliihlli. il ea Vwaaf UUtlsf.tuf, Ct1T'lifnitU(aiiiftrMffft. Tht luMrlotltr H Cm tut wm1.m1i dut t o II Ínn t IptNUlUUf I VACCINU AND tMLTMft Ht v. iH.tir oh Cunan , it woLuiuu Th Cutir UbTitirr, Iwfctjltr. Cillfimti íelyOnCuticura ToCIearPimples Kill All Flies! THiiiK"P" runMurbr, Dally Fly KllUrftltrtcu and kills Hi flic. NnI, cltta,onu.mtaUllooBTiiltit nI rfaMp, a an nm, Mad 'Dnley Fly Klllar ' óff imcm. 11.00. KMOU SOKfXt, 1(0 Bt RALI AVB MOOM.TN, M. T. C. J. Mustion Wool Commission Co. ItHli & Liberty Ste, Stock Yarda Station KANSAS CITY, MO. 1 . tUreKfelVi ..HAIR BALSAM Atolltt propArotl...

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. — 12 July 1918

THE OARRIZOZO OUIIíOOK At Kalium! I tro.. I)riiKKÍHH 3wnl The Fly Keep the prerin carrying fly on the outside of the house where he helotiRs. Buy door and win dow screens of N. H. Taylor & Sons. Jest put a couple of them in your grip ! Suits of Featherweight to make your vacation more enjoyable No warmth, no weight, no worry. Just cool comfort from sun-up to bun-down. These smart SummorweiRht gar ments carry the hallmark of good tailor ing and bear out our promise of perfect fit and satis faction, f All aboard now! Come in and v make your selections while the new arrivals are hero in full force. $8.50 to $21.00 CARRIZOZO TRADING COMPANY Quality First Then Price Buy Your Ford Cars Now ! Cantare hard timlitniti at present, m mine in .nnd liuri- with utt while we liuw thiin mi hand, lirini. v in n i.ii wink tout. We me belter equipped than i ver to do your work. No riela. - pti init her vice. All work nbsolutuly RUtiriintccil mid our prices nie standard- Authorised tiy tho Kurd Mot...

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 July 1918

1 7 - -im it ' CARRIZOZO Published Weekly in the Interest of Carrizozo, and Lincoln County VOL. XIII-NO. 23 CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1018 PRICE $2.00 PER YEAR 4t Jpti OUTLOOK YOUNG HONDO SPEAKER Wo aro fighting the Germans to keep the world free. If wo 'expect to win this war wo must save our nickols and dimes and lend our money to Unelo Sam. Another way to help win tho war is to quit buying candy and gum and buy War Savings Stamps instead, lend our money to our government to buy food and guns for our soldiers, Tho way wo can lend our money to our government is to buy War Savings Stamps, Lib erty Bonds and help tho Red Cross. The boys nnd girls can not be como soldiers and fight in the trenches, but they CAN plant gardens, raise pigs nnd chickens so wo can havo vegetables and corn bread to cat at homo and Bend tho wheat and meat to our soldiers in Franco. Tony Creo Hightower, Junior 4 minuto speaker for tho Third Liberty Loan, Hondo Public School, Hond...

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