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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 23 August 1918

UAKK1&U&U UUTliUUA., CONSERVE SURPLUS FOOD THAT IS A BIG DUTY OF HOUSEWIVES The Productive Home Qtrden Promlsis Not Only Fresh Vegetable! for the Table, But r. Surplus tor Cannllij and Uie Next Winter. A PATRIOTIC CONJUGATION. I enn Vim enn Ho enn Wo enn You can They enn wwwwwwww Upon tlio women nnd girls, nnil boys, too, In tlio hollies of Amcrlcn rests tlio Inrgn 11 ml liiiporlnnt responsibility of limiting suro Dint tlio surplus of veKotnblvs, berries, nnd fruits grown this ycr.r is not wnstcd oven In port It will bo n pntrlotlc scrvlco to can, dry or otherwise conservo tlio largo surplus of vegetables expected from the extraordinary efforts overywhoro In America to lncrenso production. In every community In tlio country food Is being produced In back yards and vacant lots thnt never beforo wcro used for this purpose Last year, ac cording to tlio United States sccrotnry of agriculture, tlio homo-garden move ment was estimated to luivo stimu lated tliu planting of from two...

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. — 23 August 1918

OAKRIZOZO OUTLOOK. THE OUTLOOK Pabtlihnl Wwkljr In Hit Intern! nl L'Miiioto ihJ lln&iln Cauulr. Nw Mtlc, A. 1.. HURKE. Editor ntnl Publi.hcr Mtmbrr I Aniiritm I'rtu Anoclilinn LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE COUNT Kllterrtl as soooml-flaw matter Janunry 1 1011, i t the post nltkontCarrltozo.Nfiv Msxico, under thi Art of Mnrrli 3. 1H7II uirtrlliliii lurim Iimm WnliiMiUr at nnnn nluiiiK eloMTIiiirl)r nlithl. VII oii lu eel iprMv your pap r rcKiiUrlr, pifm nntily PeUhtirr .ilf flMnc ralrann npnllmllnn 5UH5CHIIMION HATES NR Y RAH. In AW. H.00 MX MONTHS In AJmm. '- it 00 OFFICE I'llONfi NUMbT.lt 24 FRIDAY, AUG. 215. 1918 YOUR FLAG AND MY FLAG Motto of This Paper Pledged to the Undying Support of ltn Coiinlry'H Cause. I I hereby announce mynolf as cnnill ilutu for tho judgidilp of tho Third Judicial DUtrlct, subject to the ac tion of the Kepulillcnn district con vention, WM. ALEX SUTHERLAND I lierehy nnnuuncc my candidacy for district judnu of tho Third Judicial District embracing counties...

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. — 23 August 1918

v ...,m niirirfiiMiiiiriiiniwiiiniiiS CAIIIIIZOZO OUTLOOK. zoc IEJOI ONE BILLION PENNIES In tlio past ton yonra about one billion pennies have i)oon minted in tlio United Slates. A largo part of tills ureal stream of bronze is now being turned back to the National Treasury for war purposes by means of Hid Thrift Stamps, War Saving Stamps anil Certificates. Are you contributing YOUH pare pennies to this stream which will HUM WIN the war STOCKMENS STATE BANK CORONA - NEW MEXICO 3QI iai3CH IOC BarnettFjyyiStore Wholesale and Retail Hay, Grain and Feed Stock Salt, Oil Cake Wood and Coal Prices Lowest and Service Best Carrizozo ... New Mexico Advisory Service OUR customers find it much to their interest to confer freely with our officers, who keep in close touch with trade and financial conditions. These conferences often bring, out the advan tages which anxiety and buiiness carea hide from the overage individual. Tllii i n ervice we keep ourselves prepared to give gladlv in addition to ...

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. — 23 August 1918

manufacturo of enstor, Unseed nnd flsh joni Our Part in Feeding the Nation (Hpoclat Information Bcrvlca, United Blatas Department of Asrlcultur.) GUARDING AMERICA FROM NEW INSECT PESTS Top, Inipector Examining Dananas on Son Franelieo Dock; Center, Cucum ber and Watermelon Decayed and Deformed by Fly Attacks; Bottom, Daggaae of Travclera Arriving at San Franettco From Hawaii Being In apected for Infested Fruits and Vegetables. INTERCEPT AND DESTROY FLIES Half of Inscot Pests Could Havo Boon Kept Out of Country by Quarantine. FRUIT FLIES ARE BEAUTIFUL Immense Losses Caused Annually to Fruits and Vegetable of United Gtatco Could Be Hi aven ted Precautions Being Taken. Moro thnn half of tho Insect pests that annunlly cnuso Immcuso losses In fruits nml vegetables of tho United Stntcs could hnvo boon kept nut of this country by thorough qunrnnttno ngnlnst them, Recording to officials of tho United Stntcs department of agrl culture. To guard ngalnst tnoro In jurious Inoects helm; brought ...

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. — 23 August 1918

3 OARJtXZOZO OUTLOOK. Thcro will bo a bitter campaign next winter. Wo must begin now to build reserves of Wheat, Meat, Fats and Sugar for tho Allies and for our own Army. Don't be a food spender! There must be no stampede on our part when tho grain crops reach tho market. That grain may win or loso the fight for ub. It depends on who cats it, you or tho soldiers in France. Do You Realize that school starts Monday week? Remem ber, then, that we carry a Full Line for the Boys and Girls and invite you to Come in and Inspect Our Stock before buying elsewhere. Below you will find just a few of the articles you will need: Shoes for the Boys: $2.50 to $4.50 Per Pair Suits and Caps with the Price Made Right We offer 10c. Value of School Tablets for 5c. Others Range from 10c. to 20c. Children's Gingham Dresses Prices, $1.50 to $4 50 A FulLLine of New Piece Goods Just In. Outings, Percales Cheviots and Ginghams You Juál Ought to See These New Patterns, the Very Latest Out. Carrizozo Trading C...

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. — 23 August 1918

crowa, tne magnmcent Marinen John 13. Barrott In New York Bun. CARIWZOZO OUTLOOK. uitmiHiHiifm lea, 1,000.000 men on the luidle front. There will bo 7,000,000 men under Can Fruito From Summer's Plenty Prepared by the U. S. Department of Agriculture Qonenl Foch on ono front nnd moving In tho sama direction. Illndcnburg docs not liavo tlint innny on enjr ono lino or In any ono army. Napolcou'3 largest army wni 000,000, nnd ho novcr had over 1,000,000 sol dlura In uniform In his empire Grant had 1.000,000 under his com mand during tho last year ot tho Civil wnr. " Wellington's largest army was under 100,000, Von Moltko did not havo In any ono army In tho Franco-Prussian wnr n quarter of tho troops now obeying tho commands of Illndcnburg. Team Work In Canning Justifies a Vision of Pantry 8helves Groaning Under Well-Filled Jars. Tli ooo luscious berries, ponchea, cher ries, figs, nnd other fruits, so nbund ant this summer, can bo mndo to sup ply many dcslrahlo desserts for win ter, and w...

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. — 23 August 1918

Mr and Mr. Charle A. Spcnco XT- OJütaaofo oütloo. The Question of the Hour WAR TIME ECONOMY I SB And above all, food economy. How to provide three appetizing and nourish ing meals every day at a really moderate expense, XkTf ry with your cooperation going to help solve this puzzling ques- tion. Our plan is to sell our goods as low as possible to . .11 pi realize a small profit on each sale. 1 T TLCo we must increase our volume of business which will reduce our ' operating expense. lhe lower our expense runs the less your groceries will cost you. Give us a trial order today and then compare the quality and prices with other goods. , Wtf Give Special Prices for Cash Purchasers in Quantities Gomo In let us figuro with you and wo will convince you that wo can savo you money Special This Week for Cash Only Baby Milk, Doz. ' 60 cents Tall " " 1.5Ó Every Week We Will Have a Cash Special Watch This Space and Save Monev GROOMS SANITARY STORE phone 46-65 CARRIZOZO :: :: ' ALAMÚGORDÓ i, PERSON...

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. — 6 September 1918

Vt CARRIZOZO OUTLOOK Published Weekly in the Interest of Cnrrizozo, and Lincoln County VOL.. XIII-NO. 30 CAUIU.OZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW- MEXICO, FRIDAY, SEPT. 0, 1018 PRICE $2.00 PER YEAR BOMB EXPLOSION IN CHICAGO BUILDING Explosion Attributed to tho I. W. W. A bomb exploding In tho on trnntto to the federal building Wt&lnudny killed four por toiiB and wounded 75 others. . w nuo tus city ponce wore nulling the wounded to hospitals fodertll ngrenU hurrlod from the building and mudo two raids on I. W. W henthpinrtora. Nino nion wore bagged at tlicso places mid a woiiwn was grabbed In a noarby office building. Her identity is being kept a secret,. The explosion wroekod the en hance of the building nnd shnt t rod ovory window in tho first three floors of two buildings across tho street. The bomb which 1b believed to havo consisted of at lnast three Wire wrapped stool cylinders churged with High explosive, was carried into tho Adams street entrance of the building during ono of tho m...

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. — 6 September 1918

OARRIZOZO OUTLOOK. Tho GDnféSSíMs of a Gerrffctí Deserter Written by a Prussian Officer ' fag and Pilkqfaq ofBetqiutn. Ccnt h Do r trot GERMAN SOLDIERS SLAY AND BURN UNDER ORDERS OF THEIR OFFICERS TO SHOW NO MERCY Synopsis Tho nuttior of tlicso confessions, an officer in tho pio neers' corps of tlio Gcrmnn nrmy, n lirnnch nf tho acrvlco correspond' Ing to tho engineers' corps of tho United States nrmy, Is sent Into HclKlum with tho first Ocrnmn forces Invading that country. Igno rant of their dcstlnntlon or of tho rensons for their nctlons, tho Gor mnn soldiers cross tho border and attack tho Belgian soldiers defend ing their frontier. Civilians men, women nnd children nro driven from their burning homes ns tho Zeppelins nnd giant guns of tho Gor mnns rnro tho strongest fortifications. CHAPTER II Continued. Tho samo evening wo wcro trans ported In automobiles nnd on tho ovo nlng of August S!0, 1011, wo reached our detachment, which was about 89 miles from tho Ilclglau city of Neuvo ...

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. — 6 September 1918

try, nnd the Grent Causo for 0A11M20Z0 OUTLOOK. OUR STANDARD HAS BEEN SET GET INTO DEBT! The mero purchase of a mod éralo amount of Liberty Bonds, and tho payment of taxes with out protest docs not make up the whole duty of an American citizen today. Something far deeper, fur-Ithor-reaching In its eíTcct is called for than the lending or giving up of money under tho pressure of popular demand or tho attention of tho tax collec tor. We Must Reach n Higher Standard of Living. We have lived altogether too much for ourselves; for mate ra! thina-s. Henceforth our ob ?ect must bo Blowly but surely ito drive out the thought of self, nnd to so order our personal and ibusincss all airs that our Uoun which tho whole civilized woild is fighting shall be our first con federation. Tho possibility of bringing the great bulk of our people to such a frame of mind may bo thought by some to be an emp ty dream. Such is not tho case. Men used to every lux ury that the world can nITord, young men just s...

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. — 6 September 1918

, OAIUUZOZO OUTLOOK. 4. POISON FOR WAR ON GRASSHOPPER Now Formula Has Been Tested and Found to Be Cheap and Quito Effective. CATTLE MOUSSES NOW USED Balls Prepared With Alfalfa Meal In Warm Climates Mus De Used Im mediately to Prevent Gour. Ina Bran Is Expensive. (Prepared by the United States Depart ment of Agriculture.) A now forinulii for 11 poison In fight ing grasshoppers hns boon tested out nml fiiund to ho llio count, If not tho superior, of tho bran-mush formutn, nt least In tho pnrtlculor region where tt hns been lined, Tho rcgulnr brnn-mnsh formula composed of 23 pounds of bran, 1 pound of nrsenlc or purls green, one- linir gnllon of inolnsHcx, nuil 0 lemons wns found to cost uliout $1.70 nt cur rent prices In western Ncbrnskp. Reducec Price for Mixture. Hy using in pounds of nlfnlfa meal and 10 ounccd of pnrls green, nt tho niño timo Increasing tho molasses to 1 gnllon nuil tho water to 0 gallons, One of Largest Species of Qraiihop per Inhabiting Eastern Portion of United...

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. — 6 September 1918

Itntrumr uta of torturo tiro now. STATU ()!' NKW MI9XICO OAÍtKIZOZO OUTLOOK, THE OUTLOOK iHfclllii WfAIr In Ih tnlfrnt n( linfrlmio ml M110I11 Uountr. Nw Mole. A. I,. ilUllKK, Kdltor mil Pilb'.i.her Mcmbtr I Amrticin I'ick AtiMiilian .ARQEST CIRCULATION IN THE COUNTY iMilcrnl tin neniiid-cliin matter Jnnunry i 11)11. lit llinNixtuin?i)iitl!iirrUi)(i,Ne lileo. under the Art (if Mnrrli .1. 1 870 4nvertlniitK fnraii clfiao UViliiUy At nonti w eoliinni elo ThMrnUy until. VII ou m i riw'vp your pí r rtiulnrly. plum tmtifv i I'ulfllNhtr IJAilvrrlloliig MlMen ftplltlni suiiscmi'i ioN hates NI. VF.AH. In A.U.w. UK MONTHS In Ailnr ' . OFFICE l'IIONr. NUMIIKH 24 FRIDAY, AUG. ÜÜ. 1Ü18 .00 si. oo A day will como when those two immcriBo groups, tho United States of America nnd tho Uni ted Stales of Europe nlmll bo con the oxtonding hnndof follow ship across tho deep, blue, peace ful seas. Exchanging their prod ucts, thoir industry, their arts, their genius, clearing tho earth, peopling the deser...

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. — 6 September 1918

try and the samo causo- our OARIUZOZO OUTLOOK. CRYSTAL THEATRE "The Homo of Good 1'lcturca" Complete Change of Program Each Night Show Starts Promptly at 8:30 O'clock EXCHANGE BANK BUILDING Bar nett feed Store Wholesale and Retail Hay, Grain and Feed Stock Salt, Oil Cake Wood and Coal Prices Lowest and Service Best Carrizozo ... New Mexico Your Time Is Valuable IN those days when every atom of production energy is so much needed, no one can afford to neglect time saving methods. A checking account with this bank will save you much valuable time in handling your financial affaira, and furthermore, will insure you an accurate record of all pay. tncnts made. You will find us always glad to do more than merely safeguard your funds. Our personal friendly interest in your under, takings is part of the service that goes with your association with this bank. Exchange Bank of Carrizozo Carriieio, New Mexico urn REMEMBER : The WK8TKHN OAHViK wh..n vour Kml ('Mr needs- attention. Wo Olioryou O...

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. — 6 September 1918

4 w: v GARItlZOZO OUTLOOK. River Postgirl on theThames Maiden Make Daily Delivery to HouieboaU and Other Points Along the Stream íKHKIKtKJAf vKwffm r Í sVsissisissisisiH MMsttM atrial What would you do It you linü to gi;t ip itt llvo o'clock every moraine, go to tho post olllco for your bog of nmll nnc Uicn row nround a river for Homo Raven miles delivering tho tnnll to tho houseboats, nml some tlmcn finding Hint during thu night n houseboat hnd broken loose from Its tnooilngx and drifted nnothcr llvo miles down thn river and you hnd to row llko fury to catch up with It, because you lwd n special delivery letter for tho party on hoard? Aguln what would you do? What would you sny? Well, horo 1 eighteen-year-old Doris Itcaumont of Staines, England, who Is doing tlint very thing and appears to enjoy It. Bho has been appointed postgirl by tho HiHtrmiHtor general and Is starting on her morning trip up tho river Thames with hor hag of mall. July the Hottest Month August Is Often a Close S...

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. — 6 September 1918

will bo oven largor. OARRIZOZO OUTLOOK, Registration Day Thursday, Sept. 12 - Tho now draft law requires ovcry malo botwcon the ages of 18 and 45 to register Thursday, Sopt. 12th. It is tho privilego and duty of every man bo speci fied living under stars and slripcfl to oboy this law. Matchless Showing of New Fall Goods LADIES' SUITS, SKIRTS AND BLOUSES KUPPENHEIMER CLOTHES FOR THE MEN AND A FULL LINE OF SCHOOL SHOES FOR THE BOYS AND GIRLS ARE JUST IN Wo invito you to como and sco our values for yourself, and lot us prove to you that wo hnvo tho goods that will satisfy WE KEEP UP THE QUALITY AND KEEP DOWN THE PRICE Don't forget that our Grocery Department is stocked plate. Just phono us your order for that next hill Pershing's Birthday East Las Vegas, N. M,, Sept. 5. Buy a War Savings Stamp on Pershing's birthday, Friday, September 13th. This is tho slogan which is be ing spread broadcast through out Now Mexico this week and it is expected will bring largo returns in raising this st...

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. — 6 September 1918

HOW FARM FOLKS HELP IN THE WAR Little Stories From Real Life Illustrating How They Back Up Undo Sam. LIBERTY BÜNDS TEACH THRIFT Encourage Saving Hsblt In Those Who Never 8aved Oefore Oreit Críele Demande the Deit From All of Ui. By Herbert myrick. Pruldent e( the National Farm Toner drout of Asrlculturnl raptre. Did ynu rood Hint Itotn In tlio news papers tho other day, nf n ono-tlmo distinguished nml prosperous citizen of CIiI'.hro who (llrd suddenly In tlio hospital, unknown, nlone, unloved? no was nn old mnn, a victim of ad versity, forgotten hy tlio acquaintances of Ills prosperity. Tlio authorities wero about to consign tlio body to tlio pot ters' field when thoy found In his pock et a Liberty bond for $!0 ond a ccr tlllcnto of n frntcrnnl lodgo to which ho had onco belonged. That society was notified and gavo him n Christian burial, tlio undertaker and ccmotery accepting the bond In payment for coflln and lot. Jamie, We 8alute Youl A good man and true Is Jamie Bliss, ge Ove ye...

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. — 6 September 1918

PERSONALS Pinto and fnnoy Bowing, phono. 101. Mn. Geo. Dingwall returnnd Wednesday from sovoral days visit ftl M Paso. Go to White Oaks Sept 7th iiOtl htm tíie tima of your life. Clood nuk muI a good time. Dr. anil fttrt. McKeon are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ulrick a portion of this week Mr. and Mrs. II. S, Hums of Oscura were visitors in Cnrrizozo. FOR SALE Ilnrtz mountain canarios; guaranteed Blngors, 0.00 nnd S7.00 n pair. Mrs. Mary Pellmnn is visiting at tlie homo of lior daughter, Mt J. U. Garren. Now lino of "Protoc'to" Silk Psltioonle at Zieglor Uros. Genornl Foroman W.C. Lolnnd left Wednesday on No 1) for Doug as, Arizona. Large assortment of Boys' The Carriaoso Live Stock Com. Co. has some good ranches for Blouses attd Shirts at ante, with or without stoek. Zieglor Uros Measen Haley, Pnden, Holland and Nyeaccompaned Dr. Johnson s far as 11 Paso, on hit trip to San Antonio. Get your Fruits for oating and oanning at Patty ft Hobba, phone 8. Mr. Geo. Ulriok is in HI Paso this wee...

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. — 13 September 1918

A .1 ft am Published Weekly in the Interest of Carrizozo, and Lincoln County . . - VOL. XIH-NO. 31? CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, SEPT. 13, 1918 PRICE $2.00 PER YEAR t' ., INTERESTING LETTER FROM FRANCE Captain 'Russell Paden Interesting Story Telh The following letter, printed in thoPnrkorslnirg.W.Vn. News., 1h full of interesting items, Capt. I'adon, who writes tho letter, is'a nephew of our Dr. Pnden of this city, and seems to possess the same unrelenting wnr spirit a that displayed by the Dr. The letter follows: Somewhere in Franco Aug. 7, 1918, My dear Mother Well, hero I am flat on my back in tho Baso hospital at Royat, Franco in the south central qf France. It is one of tho famous watering places of France and tho hotels are surely wonders. I am living in one of tho best with a lot of other ofiiccrs as the hotels aro al used for hospitals except one two. or Well to begin with I will toll about my wounds. Wo were tho big scrap and on tho after noon of July ;50...

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. — 13 September 1918

CARRI550ZO OUTLOOK. The Confessions of a Deserter GERMAN SOLDIERS ARE PUNISHED FOR GIVING AID TO SUFFERING REFUGEES Oynopil Tim ntitlior of Micro confessions, on ofllcer In too pio neers' corps of tliu (lermnn nrmy, n brunch of tlio norvlce correspond ing to llm engineers' corps of tho United Btntcs nniiy, la sent Into Ilclgltim with llii first Oermnn forcé Invading that country. Igno rant nf their destination or of tlio reasons for tholr nctlons, tlio Uer tiiiui soldiers cross ilio tiortlor and ntlnck tlio Ilclglnn soldiers defend' I ne their frontier. Civilians men, women nnd children ore driven from their burning homes ns the Zeppelins and Kin nt (runs of the dor iniiiiH meed the strongest fortlflentlons. Tito Ocrmans sweep on across IIvIkIuiii, slnylnK and UurnlnK under orders of their officer to show no mercy. CHAPTER IHContlnued. As wo were mnrchlng wo suddenly received nn order to surround n certain house nt tlm left of us. Our cnptnln ileelnred Hint a shot llred from Hint ho...

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. — 13 September 1918

OAUItlZOZO OUTLOOK. PROFESSIONS Quo. f tente W. O. Mcrtlmnt GROItOB Sl'HNCH ATTURNUY.AT-I.AW In llnilk Hntlillng l'liimo No. -1K OSrrliotn, New Moxlco H. U. HAMILTON Attnriiiyntlnw Dhttllt Attorney Tlilril Jli.llclnl District fftVll lífiiotlto in nil Court I'lfeiiofll Court Himno Uhrrtzixo ... Nuiv Mlixlct sirrii v. crews Attonny-iit-l.nw l'rmllto In nil tliu Omirts Oieiirn . Now Mcxtcc EDWIN MECHEM Altrjrnay-iU.l.uv Gewiral l'rm-tlco Uíflfo Over Hollam!' Drug Sturo AliiinOunrotlo Now Mexico AVII.UAM tí. IHtADY Niitnry l'ublio, Interpreter ami Atlurnoy llcfuro Jiullco and l'rnlmto Court l'urrliozo New Mexico 1'ltANK J. SAOHll hindrance, Notary Public Acenry ICatnblIrlicil 1892 Unico I KxctmiiRO 'linnk t'nrrlrozo Now Mexico YprI vou m'nm Uto wife of a fnrnior. Yon face u lifo-tlmo of satisfaction or regret for the part you play in this great war. Ymi have such an influcnco over what your husband (low), that tho country is looKing to vnn. iiiilln us much as to him to boo that tito nex...

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