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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 11 October 1918

CARRIZOZOOUTIOOK. V - The Confessions of a Deserter Oeprrljtrt tj Detroit rm frees TERRIFIC SLAUGHTER MARKS OPENING OF THE HISTORIC BATTLE OF THE MARNE 8ynopil. Tlio millinr of these confessions, nn olllccr In ttio plo nciTH' rnrps of tin) German army, n branch or ttio service correspond ing to tlio engineers' corps of tho United States army, In sent Into Ilolglum with tlio first (leriuim forcé InvnOliiK that country, Igno-, runt of their dcxtlnntlnn or of tlio reasons for their notions,, tho Ger man nnlOlers cross tho border nnd nttnek thu IlolKlnn soldiers defend ing "their frontier. Clvllntis men, woman tintl children ore driven frnin their burning homes ns tho Zeppelins nnd giant guns of tho Ocr mniis razed tho strongest fortlflcntlons. Tho Germans aweep on across llclglum, slaying nnd burning under orders of their officers to hIiow no mercy. Koine German soldiers who tried to nld helpless refugee" wero relinked hy their olllcers, ono of whom declared tlmt sueh n thins ns pity w...

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. — 11 October 1918

iífif&fc.. ' i . I. : if .j. "'nVt-i; Jin 4 . n .1.., uuuáV . m. . . W .. -1" "t'J .WWW ii lilt ill I II Ill I Wi AUHR,JBBDHHffi''MIHMFut .iHwl ft. t? i, .lJWm9Mi' a . I T MIMHM limil Ml It 1 III I 1 ' ; J? ffior Sale: Yearling unci two- yoar-olu llorolonl utilis. i no Tgfijivorth Company. Capitán. rltMf1 Of OMo, ?it nf Toit-ín. ( . I .Urna roll n IV I " nRh .1 ri,miy iimkM oil'. ", t - Ir ir iwuniM r i iirm m r .i i-n- ., tliiinn ti.nlncMi In Hi" i'li: nf To. Bliniy nun mm. limn viii.i u i I firm will tmv h- i'm of ni: trcii ihii.i.aiih Tim 'mil hi, i cv. iM of Catarrh Ihni i nnin'i I nn.ii . II M of TIAMfl r T Mlltll CTHM. Fit .INK .1 rilNNI'V Sworn to lfom inn nml miliarrll" ' in tjHjr iri9. thin Clli ilny of I)wni...r, A'(Hwl) A. W nt.HAPOM Notary I'llblin. Unir Cntnrrh Curo la lUn Interna!! I! ml neta illreftty niHin the lilooil nml mu ojua siirfnrr-s nf I ho syatMii. Hcnd fi tritltnnnlnla, fr. K. J. cmstJnv a co, toIhK r Bold liv nil tiriiBKlKl". TV. Tak. Ifall'a Family I'...

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. — 11 October 1918

nntnlo combina! Jura. 1 OA RH 155080 OUTLOOK. NEWS TO DATE IN PARAGRAPHS CAUQHT FROM THE NETWOHK OF WIRE3 ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD. DURING THE PAST WEEK RECORD OP IMPORTANT EVENTS CONDENSED FOR BUSY PEOP E. Wirn Nwiiapr Union nw n.rvlc. A110UT THE WAIl in IJolfjlum tlio Ilelglnus and Ilrltlsli have drl von forward inul taken Dlx mudo. Tho urobablo utimbor of allied troops ngnged on activo flouts I oror a million ami a linlf. Oejioml Allcnby In Palestine ban surrounded Damascus and l'nmcli cav alry Is reported to be working Its way up tliu .Mudlloiniiienu nun coast to ward UeyrauL. llrltlili casualties ruportod fur tliu wuok (iitdlng Sept. US follows: Offlcors killed or dlml of wounds, 432; mun, Í,8t0; officers wounded or missing, 8Ü4 niwi, 10,787. Oouruud's French forces captured fort Mulmalsnn, hey to I.aun, and im portant position of Chnvlgnon. Kail nf Luon probably would mean rotroat of Huns to Oorman border. llotweon tliu Veslu nnd Alsno rivers tli o French continuo to push back th...

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. — 11 October 1918

OARMZOZO OUTLOOK, WHAT DO YOU THINK I OUGHT TO DO? TM-IE fighting slogan in France, gathering inspjration and signifi canee as the conflict grows more violent and more desperate, is "Carry On." On land, on sea, in the air, it rings sharp and clear. Into the front line trenches comes the signal to charge'. The company commander swings "over the top." At his heels, pushing and stumbling through the hell of "No Man's Land," come-the boys. They gain a yard, five, ten, and the machine guns speak. The com mander falls, but over his shoulder, above the din of battle, he shouts, "Carry On, Lieutenant 1" So on and on, till every officer falls, and the grizzled old Sergeant sets his teeth and takes what's left of them on to victory. "Carry On" must be our alagan here at home. Wo must "Carry On" to the utmost limit our ability, to the last dollar of our resources, till Victory is won. Let us stand shoulder to shoulder buy all the Liberty Bonds we can. Let us keep our Bonds and lave to buy more...

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. — 11 October 1918

BiO. Spciitn W. U. Mordían' GKOKGKSPKNCB ATTOIINBY-ATUW lií lliink HulliHnK l'll0 4 Onrrluuu, Now Mnxlco TA'-! l.uli in OARRIZOZO OUTLOOK PROFESSIONS 11. B. HAMILTON Attorney-fil- Law IHttnct Attorney Tlilnl Jmllclitl Ullrlci Otvll l'raiilea In nil CuiirU t'lititio fit Court Ilmise Iferftmzu ... New .Mcxici SUTH P. CRHWS Altoriiiynt-l.uw I'nictlto In nil tlio Court Qrftlrt) , . Now Mcxlrt EDWIN MECIIBM Attorngyntjiw Gcncrnl l'rnctlca Office Over ltollaud'a Urug Store A!i"UKnro(lo Now Mexico WILLIAM S. IIIIAUY Notary l'ablie, Interpreter and Attorney lief oro Juitlco mid Probata Court (Jarritoio J New Moxlco F1IANK J. SAQUIt Iniuranco, Notary Public Agmcy Eitahtlilietl 1802 Odlco la ExcIiaiiro Dnnk 'ijartUoüo Now Moxlco Dlt. II. E. 13 LANKY, DENTIST JIKxclianno Ilanlc UulldliiR New Mexico (arrlzozo T. E. KKLLEY I'tnicrnl Director and Llcenio Embatmcr ' I'lione 00 L'arrlroio Now Mexico 1. M. UAKEK I'yslclnn and Surgeon $ At Tlio Lucas Hoapltal i, Olllce and Itnsldunca I'ltonu So, 70 L...

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. — 11 October 1918

AGAIN TOMORROW! ALL NEXT WEEK Extraordinary Money Savings all Through This Big Daylight Store We are after the rest of that $20,000 and we are going to get it. If you can't come tomorrow, come some day before the sale closes. You'll save lots of money and every day we put out new bargains and even though the selling has been tremendous, a stock so large and varied as ours will not be depleted, plenty to select from every day. We guarantee complete satisfaction just the same as during regular business THE BIG DAYS BEGIN SAT. OCTOBER 12 1000 Men's Suits, Mackinaws, Overcoats and Pants at About One-Half Next Season's Prices Special sale of Boys'Suits at $1.98, $2.98 $3.98, $4.98 These suits aro reduced from $1 to $2 Each Ladles' 20c Lisle Hose 13c pair 35c Long Cloth 23c yd. 50c Linen 39c yd. 35c Gingham 23c yd. 40c Outings 29c yd. Special Sale of Silks 99c$1.48$1.99 Children's $1.50 Dresses $1.19 each Special Salo of Suit Cases $1.98 Ladies' Shirt Waists Georgette nnd Crepe $8.00 Qual...

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. — 11 October 1918

mimase, 'W OARRIZOZO OUTLOOK' ÍHEOUTLOOK KtjWIihKl WmVIt In tb lntr.et of C.rilieio ' ami Lincoln Csunlj, Ni lUnleo. A. U IIUIIKK, Ktlltor Mid PuWMier Jlmltr I Ameiicm Fteii Anlili URQEtr ClflCUlATION IN THE COUNTY Miilf red tin wjctiinl-clin" mutter January loll, at (Impost offiroiitOnrrUoío, New Mgxlcn. under tlin Act of Mnrrli 3. 187 MiWMUIn lonn. clou Wrdml)r si noon in euluiiHi cloTliurilr Mini. Oil nu r MM Itt'it rour (ikimt ttnulniljr, pir... notllr ' lUWir I Ail rtl .lf ruin on uppllrmlnn SUIISCHII'IION HATES NE YEAH. U AJ..OM (2 03 MX MONTHS In AJr.iif. . . $1.00 OFFICE PHONE NUMDKIl 24 l-'KIDAY OtTOIIKK 11, 1918. 1918 1918 WONDER THE Woolco Vulcanizer for INNER TUBES Blow outs vulcanized in five minutes. Money saved la money made. Why throw away good tubes with lióles and splits In them when you can make them good at very small coat, in a few minutes. Any nlace. any time. with the wonderful "WOOLCO SYSTEM" of heat vulcanizing For salo by N. IJ. Taylor & Sons, Carrizozo...

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. — 11 October 1918

One tomen Cmrpfi OARRIZOZO OUTLOOK. A PROCLAMATION ly the President of the United States of America. Kvcry ilny tlio great principles' for which wo oro fighting tnko fronli hold upon our thought and purpose and make It clearer what tlio end tinmt bo mid what wo must do to nclilovo It. We now know aro certainly than wo ever knew before why free men bronght tlio grcnt nation and kovltii ncnt wo lovo Into existence, hucnuxo It grown clearer and clearer wliut su premo florvlco It la to bo Anierlca'H prtvllcgo to render to tho world. The anniversary of tho discovery of Amor leu must thereforo have for us In thin fateful year n peculiar and thrilling significance. We nhould inuko It n duy of urdent rcdedlcntlon to ttift Idéalo upon which our government Is foumled and by which our present heroic tusks aro Inspired. Now, therefore, I, Woodrow Wilson, President or thu United States of America, do appoint Kulurduy. tho lüth day of Uelober, 1018. iih Liberty day. On that day I request the cltl...

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. — 11 October 1918

"PiEiWHITK'HOUSe" ' WASHINGTON Clothes Service You buy clothes for serv ice, ii3 well aB-appearance And they will give service in exuet proportion to the mensure of care used in their nwking. Dependable materials, hon estly tailored and perfectly fitted, place Born - tailored garments high in the estima tion of men who demand the greatest measure of clothes nervicc in exchange for their money. KulJent Born DeaUt) Carrizozo Cleaning Works BarnettülD Store Wholesale and Retail Hay, Grain and Feed Stock Salt, Oil Cake Wood and Coal Prices Lowest and Service Best Carrizozo ... New Mexico I II IDOODCDODCBOI II YÍ 1 lTlTjViTtTTl IT 1 T 3 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiir; a TVin :vftv1tiltf1 I of fuel fcelleyftSon "OURS is the TRADE that . . . SERVICE made." y jfcrifr ffilirTO Z&n& rxi&s- fT7 This Spic Contributed to Winning th War by Lincoln State Bank, First National Bank, Exchange Bank, Carrizozo; btockmans State Bank, Corona, N. M. White Oaks Loses L. H. Rudiselle L. II. Rudiselle...

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. — 11 October 1918

OAJimZOZO OPTLOOK. Pithy News Items Gathered From All Over New Mexico AUSTRIAN NAVAL BASE DESTROYED Woetorn Nrpr Union Newa Service, í OMINO HVKNTft. Oct. 7-1 Annual meeting- New Meslco ful.llo llaalth Aaeoclntlon mt Albu querque, twls Kngland committed suicido nt Cnpltnn by shooting himself with a Mint gun. 1 Now Mexico will tend 336 men to (Jump Tody under tlio call tor 182.0ÜU to rntrUn Oct. 7-11. A nioBtliiR of tlio iitock growers of McKlnley county has been cnllod In (lulliip for Oct. 14. 1 John 11. Turner, Albuquerquo, dlod of wounds received In action on the tiring line In France. Mm. Frederic Wlnn of Silver City, well known oprimo, lias voluntoored to go overscan to aid In the war work of tin) V. M. C. A. I'lans aro undor way at Clovls ta broaden the annual exhibit of tlio products of the Hoys' and Cllrls' clubs, scht'dulad for October, into a county fair. W. A. 1'lold of El I'nso, tlio ntnvly elected socrotary-trensurcr of tho Now Mexico Mean Growers' Association, nr rlvcd ...

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. — 11 October 1918

OARRIZOZO OUTLOOK. THE FIGHTER has no time to count the cost as he jumps into the un known, as he springs to success or eternity. Run Ever worry about meeting a Liberty Bond payment? Think once more of the man who does not worry about meeting death. 9 Buy Bonds to your utmost and save to your utmost to pay for them and keep them This Space Contributed to Winning the War by CARRIZOZO TRADING CO. Chango of Location H. T. Becker, a fireman on the 13. P. & S. W. lias nwed his family to Carrizozo and will make this point his headquarters. Headquarters for "Eats" of all kinds. -Patty & Hobbs. At Mesilla Park Mrs. M. P, Wells accompanied lier daughter Aileen as far as El Paso last week, on her trip to Mesilla Park to take up her stud ies at the State College. Your needs dictate that NOW is the time to buy a Hound Oak i 1 eater. -At Kolley & Son. Lieut. Malcomb Laurie Lieut. Malcomb Laud of the Stodkadu at Ft. llllae wan a Cnr riioto visitor Inst wook. A full line of fruit and v...

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. — 18 October 1918

i fot un ílrlvp mi ni tu lenvc no patín f re Kri't uflrr IIiIm nr lnovcrllint our duly wn not ilunc. Our Country, I'irat, I,nt nnd nlway, In ntn non nnd uut nf (vnxon. Itlghl or wronir. Published Weekly in the Interest of Carrizozo, nnd Lincoln County VOL. X11I-N0. 3(5 CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, OCT. 18, 1018 PRICE $2.00 PER YEAR RAPID TRIP OF MERCY TO EL PASO On receipt of news to the ef fect that Gladnoy White was ill with typhoid fever at Ft. BHhh, Mrs. Joe White lust Sunday nítido every ofTort to obtain a twrvioo ear to convey her to her aon's bedside. After nil oll'orts Imd fttilod, Rov. Lewolling vol unteered his service, which woro Kindly accepted. The par ty was composed of Mrs. .loe White, Mrs. N. Ii. Taylor and Miss Bessie While, Rev. Lowel inK, left Carrizozo at 2:45 Sun day afternoon, nnd after the hardest drive of ids life, the Rov. arrived in El Paso Monday morning. ine road in some places was very rough, making speed difiicult, but he doubled liis ...

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. — 18 October 1918

CARIUZOZO OUTLOOK. The Confessions of a German DeSeiHter Written by a Prussian Officer Who Participated FRENCH TROOPS, HELD IN CONTEMPT BY GERMANS BE FORE WAR, HALT FOE AT THE MARNE 8ynopslt. Tlio author of thcsu confessions, mi olllccr In tlio pio neers' corps of tlio (lonnnn nrmy, a lirancli of tho servlco correspond ing to the engineers' corps of tlio United States nnnjr, Is sent Into Belgium with tho flrst Uermnn forces Invading thnt country. Igno rnnt of their destination or of tho ronsons for their notions, tho Gcr ninn soldiers cross the harder and ottnek tho Belgian soldiers defend Ini; their frontier. Civilians men, women and children aro driven from their hunting homes as tho Zeppelins and Riant Runs of tho Ger mans mzod tho strongest fortlflcntlons. Tho Germans sweep on across llelRlum, slaying and burning under orders of their ofllccrs to show no mercy. Some German soldiers who tried to aid helpless refugees were rehuked hy their olllcers, one of whom declared that such ...

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. — 18 October 1918

OARKIZOZO OUTLOOK. WOMAN WORKS 15 HOURS A DAY Marvelous Story of Woman's Chunge from Weakness to Strength by Taking Druggist's Advice. Trra, Ind. "I Buffered from a dl. placement with backache unci dragging: down nnlns no badly Hint ot timo I could not be on my feet and It did notsecmns though 21 could stand it. I trlcd dllioront ,mcdlclncs without nny benefit and -several doctoro told mo nothing but on operation would do mo any Rood. My drug- gist torn me oi Lvdln E. Pink. 1 1 ham's Vcgetablo " Compound. Itoolr A (ill1 Compound. Itc V Á w"-i' u w'th tho rca (.XV V thatlnmnoww V A nnd strong. I j In tliomomlnrf at four o'clock, do result rwcll I cot up In tlio morning awouro'ciocK, uomy housework, then go to a factory nnd work all doy, como homo nnd pot supper nnd feci rood. I don't know how many of my friendo I have told what Lydlu E. Plnkham'a Vegetable Compound ha donoíormo." Mrs. Anna Meteiuano, 80 West 10th St, Peru, Ind. Women who suffer from any such all menu should not fall ...

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. — 18 October 1918

tomm un Minen When uu'i nt tiiuau ' oinutliinr, fur hiitliliiE men" cornos to you tall him 0ARRIZOZOOUTLOOK. ÍTHE WH ITE HOUSe WASHINOTON cfóiesr Czu Aulj Oc 1 rtucwxe This Spaoo Contributed to Winning tlio War by Lincoln State Bank, First National Bank, Exchange Bank, Carrizozo;' Stockmans State Bank, Corona, N. M. E. W. Mulbert Tluniamo uf IS. W. Ilulliert is o Wall known throughout Lin coln OOliilty that no introduction is nucussiirx . He lias bet-n a ntílillüsorvnnt in thin county for yolti Miit in different cajmoities, mul ltii ntttni' is a Htronjr guáran la of offioiencv. For the pait toi'in hi haa hatullad tho asvoa 1 took for 31í Uoutalus, who run n JWMtiünte roí- oioolton mm will m- Iidwi tiekoi nty Olurk, will bo tfl illuoe flfliarj Ilia mil. im v IW Mt aUUi lar r imst Anoho Brnnch Will Meat 1 IMoiiBe take notice tlmt llio an nunl nioetint? of the Ancho Branch of th' American National Ked CrosH will be held on Woil- nesdtt.v Oct. 23rd. 1018 in the afternoon of Biu'd day at...

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. — 18 October 1918

CARIUZOZO OUTLOOK. NEWS TO DATE " IN PARAGRAPHS CAUGHT FROM THE NETWORK OF WIRES ROUND ADOUT, THE WORLD. 1 DURING THE PAST WEEK RECORD OP IMPORTANT HVBNTI CONDENSED FOR BUSY PEOPt E. Weatern Newapatier Union Newe Service, ABOUT TUB WAR Tlio French huvo captured Horry-Au-llac, tlio Paris wur office an nounces. Tho Austrian nrmlcs In Albnnla faca u major disaster ns a result of Iho ulllej successes In Berlin. Fruttco-Amcrlcun trotipn In Chnm- pagno liuvu driven back tliu Germans ever n front at nonrly two miles north cf St. l'lurro, captured thu pintean northonst of Autry nud taken nuinor Dug prisoners. Northwest ot IJorry-au-Ilac tlio French have drlvon their lino to Iho liiiictlon of tlio Aline and Sulppu riv ers, placing the (lerinun front around I-aon nud eastward In groaler Jeop ardy. In Ghnmpagno, Qcnernl Gouruud's forcea huvo Increased their gains nil tbo wny oustwnrd to tlio region of tho Argonno forest, while on tho eastern Ido of tho forest tho Americans havu Improved tholr ...

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. — 18 October 1918

OARRIZOZO OUTLOOK. Good Old Time THE ALLIES AND OUR OWN MEN ARE DEPENDING ON THE COURAGE AND LOYALTY OF THE AMERICANS AT HOME 11 Fall Needs FOR ALL THE Family NOW READY AT SPECIAL PRICES Men's Suits at Special Prices $15, $18, $20, $25, $30 Now Lino of Ludios Drosgos jiiBt in specially priced at $18, $20, $25 and $30 Special Lot of Ladias Shoos sailing at $6.95 Simciul Lot of Hoys' Shoos Helling at $3.45 !J5e Outing Flannel selling at 29c yard Special Trade in Large Sized Ulúlikots $3.95 Special Lot of Extra Good Long Handled Dippers I 0c Each Faultless Staroh I 0c Box 1 lb. K. G. Unking Powder 21c lb. Puf-vriiM mi Special Lot of Hoys Suits Sir.oa !) to 18, Bulling at $4.95 Special Lot of Mun's Sweatee Soiling at $2.45 and $1.95 Special Lot of Men'B Heavy Corduroy Pants selling at $3.45 Special Lot of Men's Elk Scout Work Shoes selling at $3.45 Pair Special Lot of Men's Flannel Shirts soiling at $3.95 Special Ijotof Mun's Heavy Fleeced Lined Union Suits Bulling at $2.45 CARRIZOZO TR...

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. — 18 October 1918

Plnir Nil. 11. Honra ilin almrl. utnr llios. and uius. Hpurgeon, ut Ancho. OAURIZOZO ou.t2o.ok. - .j, mi ..i. r.....-4va... , - ffr'A'd'áresseí Convention American packers aro dolnjj far wore Mian mm'ly furnishing weal foods to tho soldiers and I sailors of the United States and hur allies, according to C. S. Churchill, Advisory Super intendent for Swift & Company, who nddresBcd the American Packers convention Oct. 14th. "Tho general public realizes little of tho work that the pack or is doing to win tho war," sad Mr. Churchill. "Wo aro furnish ing a great deal of material for tho manufacture of munitions, including glycerine, potash, and sulphuric acid, Our sheep skins oro used to manufacturo cold proof coats. "Every pound of wool that wo have is taken by tho Government as fast ns wo produce it and tho price is fixed by tho Government. "There isn't a pound of stock food manufactured today that is not being used to help win tho war, because it goes to put weight on livo stock th...

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. — 18 October 1918

1 OAARIZOZO OUTLOOK. PROFESSIONS ilw. fipenco W. 0. Merclmnl GKOKUESl'ENCB ATIDHNHV-AT UW III lirmk UiiII.IIiir Phono No. 48 ' CitrrUiuii, New Mi-ilco í II. . HAMILTON Aiioriicy-Ht-Uw IIMllvt Attorney Third .liKllclnl' Dirtrltl Civil Practico In nil Court (tow At (Jlimt IIiviku Ifcrrtweo New Mcxln S13TII l' OREWS . Attorney at-Uw ITuetKu In nil tlie CiitoU IUcumi . ' . Now Mrxirl HDWIN ME0I1EM Alliiriii'i-alljiw Oviivinl I'mcllco Offleu Ovvr Holliinil's Drug dtore AlnuiugOitnlv New Mexico W I Mil AM S, llltADY illiry I'.llilic, Interpreter will Atturnuv llcfurc Juttfco and I'robutv Cutirt iiirrli'iio (1 New Mexico FRANK J. SAUKIl liiiiirnncc, Notary l'iibür Aitoiiry Kitnlilielied 1802 Olllco In Hxclmnge Dunk Qlirrlxozn New Mexico 1)11. II. R. HUNRY, DENTIST ' ExcliiiiiKe Mnulc IliilltliiiK tfñrrlioio New Mexico T. K. Ktil.MSY Mirirnil Director mxl Llcciuo Kmlmlinor I'lione 00 Ciiiilioio New Mexito V. M. HAKKK I'yalclnn unil NurK-'m At Tliu Lucas llospltnl Olllce mill UoHiiluncu I'ho...

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. — 18 October 1918

CARRIZOZO OUTLOOK. IT ROUND OAK CHIEF RANGE The Rande with Ihe flOO.OOOReServdc PL . .A.iV FUEL SAVER g PERFECT BAKER - frttrm msm 'TM-IE fighting slogan in France, gathering inspiration and signifi canee as the conflict grows more violent and more desperate, is "Carry On." On land, on sea, in he air, it rings sharp and clear. Into the front line trenches comes the signal to charge. The company commander swings "over the top." At his heels, pushing and stumbling through the hell of "No Man's Land," come the boys. They gain a yard, five, ten, and the machine guns speak. The com mander falls, but over his shoulder, above the din of battle, he shouts, "Carry On, Lieutenant!" So on and on, till every officer falls, and the grizzled old Sergeant sets his teeth and takes vyhat's left of Jiem on to victory.' "Carry -On" must be our slogan here at home, i ., We must'Carry On" to the utmost limit our 1. . ' i fit. . k i . i it r .Ml " aoiuiy, id inn jase anuar or our resources, mi , ,. . ; ,...

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