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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 9 August 1918

dunwbm, Datar Fir KlllerattneUu CARRIZOZO OUTLOOK. TWO-FABRIC FROCK I!1IS!1!!1E!S!!1I!!!!!!1II!!1!!!I "BEST MEDICINE FOR WOMEN" What Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound Did For Ohio Woman. Slice Llbby's Vest Loaf and garnbh with cucumber, water ctcu and alad dreulng very tempting! Voile and Organdie Found Har SPORT SUIT, NORFOLK STYLE monious for Blending Old-Fashioned Calico Is One of the Newcomers Among the Favored Materials. Cray gnberdlno and nnvy satin nro PorUmoath, Ohio. "I suffered from Irregularities, pains In my side and was , so wen ni umea conld hardly get cround to do my work, and as I bail four In ray family and threo boarders it made It very hard for me. Lyola E. Pinkbam's Vege table Compound ras recommended to me. I took It and It has restored my health. It la certalnlv the best medicine for woman's alimenta I ever aov." Mrs. Sara Suaw, R. No. 1, Portsmouth, Oblo. Mrs. Slmw riroved tha merit of tlili medicine and wrote this letter In order that other suffering wome...

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. — 9 August 1918

Rosweli 7:fi() THE OAItRIZOZO OUTLOOK Studebaker Wagons Goodyear 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 Tits worth Company, Capitán, New Mexico v. 8te It Is a Policy of This Store to Have Complete Summer i t i Oi.-L r ü unaerwear oiocks inuring $ the Entire Hot Weather i Period a m So if you Imvo a quick call for Summer underwear, you can imagino the satisfaction of being able to secure what you want. If you have certain preferences, it is a simple matter to satisfy them. All the various Summer weights aro still to be had, nil sizes, both regular nntl oxtra largo, nnd boar this in mind prices próvido the same satisfying vnluos as at tho beginning of the season, S3 8 Ziegler Bros. 8 ATTENTION OH Stoves. Kitchen Cabinots, Dining 'Pablos, at lowosot prices. N.l). Taylor & Sons lirinif your Fords to us- we will repair...

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. — 9 August 1918

TIIE OARRIZOZO OUTLOOK THE OUTLOOK ubllilil Wwkly In lh lntrtit o( Cnrrlioio and Unenln Oiunlr. Ntw Multo. A. Ii. HUltKE. Editor nncl l'ubllhor Mtmlir il Amnion fidi ,iiiilion UROEJT CIRCULATION IN TIIE COUNTY filernl nn ser-ond-cln mntler January lili I, nt llioMiat iilflcont t'nrrlioio.Ncw Maxim, under tlio Act of Morcb .'I. 1K70 Am rtlitiK lotmi clow Wnlniwliir t noon 1t cfitumiii tloj.Tliutl.l)' ninht. ;n ou iu not tc4vt tout VP" rvKolmly. piw nolllf iS I'uUMiir liAJtttlliiit niMon nppllcmlon sunscmrnoN hates NC YBAIl. I AHmm 01 UX MONTHS In Adtc . $1.00 OFFICE I'llONF. NUMIIKU 24 FRIDAY, AUG. 9. 1018 YOUH FLAG AND MY FLAG 5 .Motto of Thin Paper Pledged to the Undylnjc Í Support of Its Country's - Cause. Twilight of the Hun Whether the Czar and Von IHntlopburp; uro dead or alive wo know not, and care less. As far as the Czar is concerned, ho may bo dismissed from the pub lie mind as a nonentity who dc serves neither censuro nor praise for his part in the government of Russia, no...

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. — 9 August 1918

oakrikozo OUTLOOK. mm mm W Drciued Like Dig Red 8un. A FAIRYLAND BALL. "Come, come," culled Hie queen of tho fairies, "como to Fairyland." Many nf tho fair les Imil been off on trips, doing loU of nice, kind things nuil having somo Binnll parties too. "Wo haven't lind n big party In ever nnd ever no loiiB," tlio queen of tho fnlrlcH unlit, as nil tho llttlo fair les eninu dancing nnd Ibine Into Fairyland, "Thnt'H so," wild Tntry Vhiih, "wo lmven't hnd n pnrty In so long ii time I Let's huvu a bull with music. I'll lend the fnlrle8 or chestra lis 1 nl- wnys do, nnd wo'll Imvo tho wood pecker fnmlly nnd piny tho drum. I do bellovo tho hlrd Iluto playera will como, t(M ttint Is If wo Imvo nn nfter noon hnll, for tho birds nil go to sleep nt night, of course. Wo could hnvo others sing nnd piny In tho evening, though. Which shall It be, nn after noon bull or nn evening 1ml H" "l.et'H Imvo nn nfternoon ball for n chunco," tho fnlrlcH shouted. "Fine," agreed Ybnb. And the fnlry queen wnved...

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. — 9 August 1918

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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. — 9 August 1918

OARRIZOZO OUTLOOK. m - u Our Part in Feeding the Nation (Special Information Bsrvlce, United SECRECY GUARDS Press Repreientatlvei Awaiting Signal for Reléate of Crop Report ACCURACY IS AIM IN CROP REPORTS Department of Agriculture Gath ers Information on AmcrN can Food Produotion. STRICT SECRECY MAINTAINED Forecasts Reflect Efforts of Farmers for Maximum Yields and Have lm. mediate and Marked Effect on Various Markets. Dcpcndcnco of n largo port of tlio world upon Amcrlrnn furni production lias focused pulillc uttentlon upon tlio crop reports of tlio United States de partment uf agriculture reports which tlio united Htutes government upon fiora utiil protects from Illegal une to tlio iiltlninto degree. Just now tlio crop reports nro re flecting tlio efforts of American fnrm crs for imixluiuni production. When sniiill crops nro reported tho news nerves to prepare tho country mid en ublo necessary ndjtistments. Strict Secrecy Rules. Tho crop reports, too, havo nn In)' mediato and mark...

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. — 9 August 1918

"'.-Tu""!" THE 0AKK1ZUZU UUILuuu Just a Minute Please Where Do You Buy Your Groceries Fruits and Vegetables? Do you give th!a matter the serious consideration that it deserves? Do you insist upon nnd receive the "Best Quality?" "The Best is Always the Cheapest" Don't spend your time going from store to store! but como nnd let us prove that wo offer tiio very best brnnds of canned lruits and vegetables, at tlio lowest possiblo prices. Wo carry a full lino of other fancy and staple groceries, and stand ready to servo you on short notice Just send us in a trial order and let us add your name to our list of satisfied customers .... Wo nlso have tho pay cash and pay Icbs system, issuing a cash certificate with each cash purchase, refunding 35c in merchandise with every $1G, purchase. Our Fall Goods are arriving daily. A shipment of Skirts just in are ready for your inspection Help Win the Var Take cni0 of the fruits and vegetables as they come along. Do your work well. Not a singlo jar m...

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. — 16 August 1918

7, 4. .wflWi 'Y CARRIOZO Published Weekly in tho Interest of Carrizozo, and Lincoln County VOLHIMí'dj27 CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, AUG. 10, 1918 -PRI(?E $2:00" PERNEAR OUTLOOK 1 I J X1 j (SovernoAi nd sey '.. Announces Himself To New Mexico Chief Executive in Open 'Letter Makes Formal Stale mcnt of his Candidacy and Asks Approval of People On Past Record. Ills letter In part follows: To this Republicana of New Mexico: "The lamented and untimely death of Governor E. C. do Haca, at nlmost tho Inception of his term of ofTico, clovatcd mo to tn.tllOAÍnpn rtf ntilnf nvnnfllf tun of tho stato ot tho beginning of tho last third of a general sess ion of the legislature which ad opted resolutions and enacted legislation of far-reaching con sequence to the pooplo of tho state. 'Amongsuch resolutions is that which proposed an amendment to tho constitution of the stnlo. prohibiting the manufacture for sale, barter or gift in the stato after October 1, tho present year, and w...

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. — 16 August 1918

I 'Y OAHRIZOZO OUTLOOK. THE RANCH AT THE WOLVERINE A tale of the wild outdoor life of pioneer days that called forth all the cour age and resourcefulness of men and women inured to danger and hardship By B. M. BOWER (Oopyrlftit, tillU, Brows A Co.) f CHAPTER XVII Continued. 12 fienlieck returned after n while, ond Hilly Loulso, who wos wntchlng from llm ilim -way, met him lit the little gate 11 III' won coming up to llio house. "Well. Iiriw liuil In It. Mr. Senhcck 1" ilit1 'iilied Mm r ply, Jut because the felt the. Imperative need of fncl (the Alio hurt struggled so long In the quick Mini of suaplclon and doubts and fears nnd suspense. "Ilimiiiiimmhow hud I It In the (ionio?" hu countered. "Tho real crime tilín licen coiiiuiltted there. It hcciiih to un. A few hend of cattle, moro or lens, Inn'i count for much ngiilnst tho bro ken heart of an old womnn," "Oh!" Illlly Louise, her hands (loiuheil upon tho sate, stared tip wldo-eyed Into hlii face. And thin was Ihc real Soaboek, whom...

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. — 16 August 1918

e ONE BILLION PENNIES In the past ton years about one billion pennies hnvo been minted in the United Stntcs. A largo part of tills great stream of bronze is now being turned back to the National Treasury for .war purposes by means of tho Thrift Stamps, War Snving 'Stamps and Certificates. Aro you contributing YOUH spare pennies to this stream which will HELP WIN tho war STOCKMENS STATE BANK CORONA - NEW MEXICO IOC Bar nettljED Store Wholesale and Retail Hay, Grain and Feed Stock Salt, Oil Cake Wood and Coal Prices Lowest and Service Best Carrizozo ... New Mexico Prudence PRUDENCE is practical wisdom wisdom that calls for caution and provision. Prudence means right economy watchfulness of one's own interests frugality. The fault with most Americans ii that they re subject to overwhelming influences. They do thingf extravagantly before they think. A checking account at this Bank provides a way of controling one's expenditures, and making Prudence the master of extravagance. Exchange B...

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. — 16 August 1918

HHP J, X M.Í CARBIZOZO OUTLOOK. ÍVf " , WAR AND COQUETRY World Conflict Does Not Alter Vanity, Writer Says. Color of Hair and Faca Should Ra. calva Consideration When Chooilng Stylo of Clothes. The world docs not often go In for the kind of costumcry that was worn by Wnttcnu'J women or the dairy maids of tho I'etlt Trianon. Fnahlon, for somo reason, keeps to temer and mure sédalo rules, aays a fnahlon crit ic. Not that wo abjuro coquetry! our women aro full of It, even under tho linn of war. Wo nro not nvorso to that kind of seductiveness which Is given by tho orlcntnllzntlon of clothes; wo simply do not turn to tho puffed and frilled, powdered and flowered typo of dressing. ' liven when (ha designers go back ward Into n frivolous era and pick up bits of cos turnery from Mario An tolnctte when sho was playing tho pnrt of a commoner, or from groups of peasant mnldcns singing In grand op bra, they do not do It In a serious man ner. They Blmply throw out those pieces of fnahlon as tidb...

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. — 16 August 1918

íwg, pp THE OAKKIZUZU UUXliUun. THE OUTLOOK fjbllihf.1 Vklr In tin Inltrtil n( Cntrliota ml Lincoln County. New Mellen, A. L. HUHKE, Editor nnd l'ublJoJirr Mfmtitr el Amtfidn l'tcit AmkIiIííh IARQEST CIRCULATION IN THE COUNTY Uniera! m r-ccnnd-rln matter January 11111. nt ihnpnitulfiroatCnrrlioio.Ncw Mexico, tinder tho Act of Mnrch 3, IH7I) tivrrllnltis loniie elona Weilneidny ftt nnou None colueine elo TlnirtiUr nichl. J 1 1 you ii tt riclryour ptpr riiUtly,pi nnllfy Ihp I'uIilUlier Ailvetlllng mtMon upplkullnn SUUSCUIPTION HATES NF. YEAH. In Ailt.nt. 2.00 (IX MONTHS In A'lxnr. il.UO OFFICE I'HONE NUMUKH 24 FUI DAY, AUG. 9. 1918 YOUR FLAG AND MY FLAG o Motto of Thin Paper g Fledged to the Undying , o ! Support of Its Country h a a Cnuiic. Caution to Troops Oniccrs nnd men in the army must not correspond with peo ple with whom they nro nut ac quainted, under n new order which lins just been issued by the chief of stair. The dangers of inadvertently communicatin"; val uable military ...

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. — 16 August 1918

THE OAUItliSUZU UUxíjUUiv (AMERICAN FOOD . SAVINGS LARGE 'United States Sent to Allies 141,000,000 Bushels of Wheat. CREDIT DUE TO WOMEN. Allies dot 644,600,000 Pounds Mor Meat and Fate In 1817.18 Than In Year Defore. AMHIUUANFOODKIIIPMKNTS TO Al.UKU rtr mi:at. 1M0-17 a.KW.WW.OOO Iba. 1017-16 3,011,100,000 Iba. Increase. W 1,000,000 lbn. CKHUAI.8. inio-17 i!r-o,noo,ooo bu. 11)17-18 :MO,800,000 bu. A f l Increase... 80,1)00,000 bu. j I In spite of n subnormal food supply jln ttila country tlie American peopla Ihavo been oblo to nil I p to the Alllti iiH well as our own forcea OTcraeaa 1141,000,000 hustiels of wheat, besldca 644,KX).00O pounds of meat, during the year ending June 10 Inst This line been mailo poasltilo by the whole souled co-oporntloii of the people, who, bcsldca practicing self-denlsl, Ihnro dpcpdi'd up production nnd re iupomliil nobly to the nppcnl from lohrond. Kood Administrator Hoover, In a llrlter to President Wilson, gires a flirlnf auininnry of the resulta of ...

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. — 16 August 1918

CARRIZOZO OUTLOOK. The Hidden Treasure By PHYLLIS M ABBOTT (Ago Rite Yean) Ing aid to producers m marketing problem It (in y that It U (Mfflcujttoj plnre producers of small quantities of different kind of product! In touch with buyers nnd urges homo and club ennners to learn the marketing end of their business Juet the sntno ns pro ducer In other line of Industry. Unco upon n time, ninny, ninny year ugo, tlicro lived In the palace of Jupiter a beautiful goddess whose nnmo wns Mcrcl. Kvcry evening n tbo sun went down, Morel would go to the Avail of the. sky city to look down to tho world below, filio loved tho earth peoplo and watched over them. One day, as Mcrcl watched over the wall, sho saw great excitement In ono city; men were polishing tang bright pieces of metal that shono In the sun. In a neighboring city men wero marching out of tho gates with n great banner at their head, Mercl was puzzled. She had never seen anything like this before, nnd became ("lie was linmnrtnl and kne...

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. — 16 August 1918

ft "... '. " -' .raB.OAKKÍZÜZÜíÜUÍiíiiüu:' ' , 1 (Courteoy of Lit and Charles Dan Olbdon.) Planting home gardens, producing more food, and aavSng food are all war-time efforts of this government in which the women of America have co-operated loyally. We are all in the homo army; the home army here must help the fighting forces and home armies over there; 120 million Allies must eat. POLITICAL ANNOIINCKMHNT8 $10 per Announcement I liuroby announce myself as candi ilutu fur tlio Judnlili of thu Third Judicial DlHtrfct, subject to tliu uc t Ion of the Hcpubllcun district con vention. VM. ALI-X SUTHKHLANH 1 hereby nnnounco my candidacy for district Judco of tho Third Judicial District embracing counties of Tor rance, Lincoln, Ottiro nnd Dona Ann, subject to tile action of thu Republican il strict convention, LYTTON It. TAYLOIl Uncle Sam in the Air According to information sub mitted to CoiiRressmun S. , H. Dent, Jr., by Secretary ofxVur Hakcr, 4495 elementary training airplanes were del...

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. — 16 August 1918

CARRIZOZO OUTLOOK. Our Part in Feeding the Nation (Bpeclal Information fitrvlcf, Unllcit MAKING MAN LABOR Larger Implement Increase MACHINERY AIDS LABOR SHORTAGE Uso of Modorn Implements Is One Way to Inorcaso Crops In Timo of Emergency. AIDS EFFICIENCY OF WORKER United 8tatei Department of Agrlcul. ture Recommend! That Farmer Co-operate In Purchase of Va. 1 rloui Farm Outfits. Work which Is generally dono In some pnrt of tho country with tho nld jof machines thnt grcntly Increnso tho efficiency of tho mnn employed Is still Wgely done by hnnd In other parts. Mnchlncry for tho most of tho work In connection with prcpnrlng nnd tilling tho soil Is nvnllnhlo In ninny sizes, nnd frequently two or moro outfits, ench requiring tho limo of ono mnn, nro seen working In tho snmo Held on op crntloiih for which Implement)! of two or thrco times tho slzo of thoso used could bo employed with Just as satis factory results. There nro fow fur in horses which u driver of ordlnnry In telligence cannot...

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. — 16 August 1918

OARRIZOZO OUTLOOK. The soldiers stand bravely ngninst gas attacks and shrapnel, as wo are .proud they need. Don't grumblo about food rules. If wo want to keep tho bnttlo lino un broken, wo must keep tho food lino unbroken. Do not allow any vegeta bles or fruit to spoil. Can or dry them. Just a Minute Please . Where Do You Buy Your Groceries Fruits and Vegetables?, Do you give this matter the serious consideration that it deserves? Do you insist upon and receive tho "Dost Quality?" V "The Best is Always the Cheapest" Don't spend your time going from store to store; but como and let us prove that wo offer tlie very best brands of canned iruits and vegetables, at tho lowest possible prices. Wo carry ii full line of other fancy and staple groceries, and stand ready to servo you on short notice ' Just send us In a trial order and let us add your name to our list of satisfied customers . . . . School Days are Approaching WATCH OUR ANNOUNCEMENT NEXT WEEK FOR A FINE LINE OF SUPPLIES AND WEA...

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. — 23 August 1918

CARRIZOZO OUTLOOK Published Weekly in the Interest of Csrrizozo, and Lincoln County VOL. XIII-NO. 28 CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, AUG. 23, 1018 PRICE $2.00 PER YEAR .6 - 'M MRS. SHULDA RECEIVES LETTER OF IMPORTANCE In Letter to Sister Young Reynolds Tells of Sinking of Submarine in Quick American Time. Tho following letter received by Mrs. E. J. Shulda from her brother is full of interest, and shows how keen tho boys aro to get r tellltiK shot nt a "prowling limburger," and how effective their work is. It also shows how the nerves of tho boys must bo strained when th. submarine detector is ringing all night to warn them of the numerous "kraut-eaters" which Infest tho sea and endanger tho lives of those they deem helpless. Their cowardice is shown as Mr. Roynold says, when they "skedaddle" from all ships car rying guns. Young Reynolds is on a convoy ship and has mado his fifth trip "over the pond," Tho letter follows: Now York, Aug. 10, 1918. Dear Sister: I received...

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. — 23 August 1918

-'7' GAItltlZOZO OUTLOOK. Tho fori fi5í or a uerraai T vesQrwr Written bp a Prussian Of fleer xgg -- - ir ánc Pillaging of Belgium Contal h Ata Jtw Wu, FOREWORD This is a truo story of tho Invasion of Belgium and northern Franco at tho be ginning of tho world war, written by an offioer of the German army who took part In tho mad rush toward Paris. Slokened by tho atrocities committed upon civilians and soldiers, ho de serted after scvoral months' service and finally made his way to tho United States. His disclosuro of tho un speakable cruelties perpo trated by the German sol diers, under orders from tholr officers, is one of tho most sensational documents the war has produced. CHAPTER I. I am n Gcrmnn soldier. Naturally nt tho timo when tho war started wo did not know that thoro would bo such a war ns In being waged today. Dally wo soldiers were told that Franco and Ilussln wanted to nttnek us and that tho kaiser was doing ev erything possible for our protection. Already on July 20 ...

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. — 23 August 1918

OAllRIZOZO OUTLOOK. OVER 75 per cent, of the sugar used in tho United Stntcs is delivered by ships. There is produced about 800,000 tons of beet sugar and 250,000 tons of cane nugar in Louisiana. Tho total consumption of tho United States is about 4,500,000 tons of raw sugar, which makes about 4,250,000 tons of refined sugar. If our coasts woro blockaded as Gormany's now aro, we would have available for tho uso of tho pooplo of tho United States only one pound of sugar for every four wo use. Undor such circumstances thoro is no doubt that tho American people would got along on this limited supply without complaint. Tho United States Food Administration is asking every American household to use not more than two pounds of sugar per person each month for domestic uso. Reducing our sugar consumption hero means that we will bo ablo to help supply the noeds of France, Eng land and Italy. Sugar conservation on tho American table also means conservation of ships. Tho Army and Navy have sen...

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