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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 6 December 1918

CARRIZOZO OUTLOOK. Qiiiuiiiiiuiatiiiitinn.nitMiiifflinimmMum Bar nettüiD Store Wholesale and Retail II. J. GAItltAIIU X. S. CORN GARRARD & CORN Hay, Grain and Feed Stock Salt, Oil Cake Wood and Coal Prices Lowest and Service Best Carrizozo ... Now Mexico FEDERAL and GOODRICH TIRES and TUBES TROUBLE RELIEVING CAR COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP BATTERY OVERHAULING A SPECIALTY II. . JONKS, President PAUL MAYKIl, Vlcc-Prcsldcnt $1,800,000,000.00 IN GOLD Is huid by the Federal Reservo Banks as a reserve of the bnnks who are members of the system. THE FIRST NATIONAL is a member and shares in the protection afforded by this great reserve. If you area customer of THE FIRST NATIONAL you also share in this benefit. The First National Bank Carrizozo, N. M. The Only National Hank in Lincoln County REMEMBER : The WBSTEKN OAKAUK whim your l-'ord Car needs attention. Wo offer you GENU INI; I'Oltl) SEKV1CK nnd KOKD I'AUTS, mid our prices nru stiindnrd, uutliurizcd liy tu Kurd Motur Co., numirlnu everyon...

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 December 1918

lit utrera, tu uiacoum .t... (lleno 22 it 2 llena 16 L'arrolH, jwt 1.75W Onrrnla, Col,, di. bunchea .3d ij' ami ni)iii.B, n srii m.uii; emitiera nnd cunera, io.uuiiu.za ainc lora n ml Irp.l nene. iK.uuiru.Tn, Kuuti, íb.vv'u v.vv, cuna, lü.z&ifu.uO, jvitiipHK tiuii"rurffliue.ry. 07DJ flrata, 66n aefnad;, SSjUjinflklllB, Me. ligua I'lraja, 3a aecoQija, too, leTultryrl!ená, 2tHc rc-oat'era h'.icl Hitara llt n OARIUZOZO OUTLOOK. I What Determines Meat and Live-Stock Prices? Some stock men still think that Swift & Company nnd other big packers can pay as little for live-stock as they wish. Some consumers are still led to believe that the packers can charge as much for dressed meat as they wish. This is not true. These prices are fixed by a law of human nature as old as human nature itself the law of supply and demand. When more people want meat than there is meat to be had, the scramble along the line to get it for them sends prices up. When there is more meat than there are peop...

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 December 1918

UÍWK1jU6U UUILUUK, , . Notice of Sale 1 ÍT5 xssss?. ssssssz ' Esssssd & Eiff I IL ir IEÍ H. P. Ciarktt from Glcncoc H. P. Clnrk of Gloncoo, was ii btminew vUitor for Bovcrnl flnyn this wuok nnd gavo the Outlook a friendly cull. Ask about our 11)18 crop of pink butuiB in Hack lots. Tlicy aru exceptionally fine. Patty & Hobba'-Wo próvido. It pays to get the boat just uh it pays to plant the best seed. Thr moro ubtintlnnt result offsets the first morning saving in cost. An article cannot do more thnn iu quality permits. We handle the bust. Kelley & Son. Fiixwnrtli-Galhralth Unmpnny, n uorwrnuon, nniniin. Willow ñurinir Orml Mlnu. K. .1 Wlckarhjo, Harriet J. Mclveri nnl .I.J, A yarn. Defendant.) New Residents Mr. and Mrs. .lack I'attco of K'wwi'll, proprietors of the "Sweet Sliop" Confectionery, have been added to our gradual ly increasing Uat of residents. Carl Kahler Entertains Carl Kahlur entertained the Hi Ii grade at the home of his aunt. Mrs. U, E. Hoirman last Tuesday...

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. — 27 December 1918

Pñbüthetl Weekly m the Interest ef Cftrmew, and Lincoln County VOL. XIH-NO. 48 CARBI7.0Z0, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, DEC. 27, 1918. PRICE $2:00 PER YEAS Situated Between the Dark MyateriotM Malpai, and the Tewerinff Sentinel Peaks ef Carrito and Nogal FUNSTON-BLISS NATIONAL HIGHWAY PROJECT ASSURED Meeting Held at Tucumcari Appoint Committees and Arrange Plans for Meet ing at Hutchinson, Kansas, January 20th, Carrizozo Honored. Carrizozo Is to have a National Highway; at tho conference in Tucumcari last Friday, plans wore formulated and temporary organization effected for tho purpose of securing the Natlonnl highway from Kansas City to El Paso, said highway to follow tho lino of theC. R. I. & P. railroad. In attendance wore repre sentatives from Hutchinson, Bucklin, Meade and Liberal. Kansas; Guymon and Tcxhomn, Oklahoma; Stratford and Dal hart, Texas; Nara Visa, Cuervo, Vaughn and Carrizozo, New Mexico. Letters have been received by Secretary J. E. Clayton, of the Cham...

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. — 27 December 1918

OARHIZOZO OUTLOOK. aHiinniiiiwiiwiiHinHinitwiwwwHwwwHWWHHi MAKE YOUR GUNNER DEPEW By ALBERT N. DEPEW Ex-Gunner and Chief Petty Officer, U.r5. Navy Member of the Foreign Legion of France Captain Gun Turret, French Battleship Cassard Winner of the Croix de Guerre Ooyrrtt. MM. Vr Blffly od Dllltmi Ocv, Ttooot OfitttAn m I WIMi Un Ooory KtUir Admin Iterrta lllllllllllllllllllUlllHUIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIimiUIIHIIIUWIIHIIIIIIIIIWIHHHIWHIIIHW! DEPEW FINDS HIS PAL, MURRAY, HAS BEEN MADE A VIC TIM OF HUN FRIQHTFULNESS. Synopsis Albert N. Dcpow, author of tho story, tells of bis service la tho United States navy, during which ho attained tho rank ot chief petty olllccr, first-class Runner. Tho world war starts soon after ho receives his honornblo discharge from tho navy, and bo leaves for Franco with a determination to enlist. Ito joins tho Foreign Legion and I" nselgncd to tho dreadnought Cassard, wlicro his mnrbmanshlp wins Mm high honors. Later he Is transferred to tho land forces nnd sent t...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 27 December 1918

y. -V-. ,. ' .OAMUZOZO OUTLOOKi i, miE OUTLOOK f.íhllíhnl Wiwklr In Iht InlrrMt nt Ctrrlioio ml Uneolu Countj. N'tw Mc.rlc. A. L. nUUKK. IWIior ond Publisher Mrnbrr ! Anrrioo Tren Antciiliiq IARQEST CIRCULATION IN THE COUNT V Kntered M si-roiid-class rnnttrr January 111 1 1 . nt tliopnUolfnoat (;nrtlurn,NM Hoxleo, under tlio Act of Miirch .1, 187(1 Anmtklnt formi elnt WfitntftUr noon coluwnt rlnw TlmraiUy ninl. ll'l voi So 1'iiUUhor lAilvirtllns flnn nppllmtlnn SUnSCKIITION KATES 'NC YtATt. I AJf.wt I IX MONTHS In AHmmi . JI-FICKJ'IIONK NUMUi'K 74 2 00 l.00 I'ltlDAV. DK'JKMURR 27. 1018. YOUR FLAG AND MY FLAG Peace, and the New Year Tho Now Year will dawn on world at peace; a world awaken ed from a nightmare of strife, contention and bloodshed, to nsk itself -what has been gained? Has tho world been saved for democracy? It has. Have tho principles for which our fore fathers fought, bled and died been preserved? They have. But there has been more than this accomplished; after subdu in...

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. — 27 December 1918

OAWlIZOZO OUTLOOK. NEWS TO DATE IN PARAGRAPHS CAUGHT FROM THE NETWORK OF WIRES ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD. DURING THEPAST WEEK RECORD OF IMPORTANT EVENT CONDENSED FOR BUSY PEOPLE. WnUrn Newipopor Union Nowo Br le. ABOUT THE WAR An Kngllsh squadron bombarded Bolsohvlst positions along tlio south urn coast o( tlio Quit of Klnlnnd. Cioch forces liavo occupied Knrls bad, It li reported ut Aiittordam, Karlsbad li sltuutou near I'rnguo In Dohcmln. Approximately 40,000 Amorlcan troops tmvu arrived at Uoblunz since tbo advnnco guard readied tlieru wcok ago. Field Marstinl vou Mackunson, com mandcr of tlio German forces In Hu inania, lias been lutarnad by tho Hun garian government, Tliu situation In Smyrna la critical, according to dlspatchoH from Mltyleno. Young Turk officials havo postod armed bands In tlio town and those havo bocn bombardad by tho alllod fleets. General Porslilng cabled tho War Dopartiuont that practlcnlly completo reports of doathe In action among tho oipodltlonnry forcos sho...

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. — 27 December 1918

i-' nART?.T5!n70 t"TTTT,OOK. Apportionment of . . State School Fund Tho County Board of Educa tion of Lincoln County docs here by' this 24th day of December 1918, apportion to tho several school díntríets of the county in accordance with tho scholastic consus of each district, tho sum of Six Thousand EiRht Hundred Thirty-six Dollars and Forty olfrht cents ($0,830.48), received from tho state, tho samo being Two Dollars and Twenty-four Gents (2.24) perenpitn as por said census. The following are the amounts received by tho dis tricts, viz: IHst. No. No. Children Amount Í 21U $ 477.12 2 122 ' 273.28 3 09 151,50 ' 4' 92 200.08 5 35 70. 1C ft 101 220.24 ,7 003 1350.72 8 111 248.04 9.. 30 80.04 11 57 127.08 12 44 98,50 13. 221 495.04 1'4 101- 220.2-1 15 50 . 125.44 10 20 58.24 17 49 109.70 19 74 105.70 20 142 318.08 21 ,00 147.8-1 22 70 150.80 23 20 58.24 24 29 04.90 25 35 ' 78.40 20 54 120.90 28 183 409.92 29 77 172.48 30 07 1C0. 08 31 23 51.52 32 82 183.08 33 72 101.28 34 35 78.40 35 2...

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. — 27 December 1918

wí- CJUtllIZOZO OUTLOOK. QlllfflM mOQm H. J. OARRARD ü 8, CORN GARRARD & CORN FEDERAL and GOODRICH TIRES and TUBES TROUBLE RELIEVING CAR COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP BATTERY OVERHAULING A SPECIALTY COMPLETE LINE OF ACCESSORIES Self Vulcanizing Patch "SWEET SHOP A COMMON REMARK "MEET ME AT THE SWEET SHOP" DAINTY AND APPETIZING LUNCHEONETTE HOT AND COLD DRINKS CANDY AND ICE CREAM L The Carrizozo Meat Market is the place to get choice cuts of BEEF PORK and MUTTON Salt and Smoked Meats of all kinds and Sausage too, in link or bulk CARRIZOZO MEAT MARKET A. C. WINGFIELD, Prop. ' Carrizozo, N. M. CRYSTAL THEATRE "Tlio Humo uf Good l'lcturiw" - Complete Change of Program Each Night 'Show Slurts Promptly at 7:30 O'clock UJtOIIANQE BANK BUILDING Gntarrh Cannot Bo Cured MICAt. Al'l'UCATKJNB. si tfc'r ot lenrli tli seat of the disease. Cn- i In n liload or cnnilllutlonnl dlM-iiee. A ll grrter lo rnro II you must take lu lifil remedies AS. Inll'a Catarrh Cure I ten Intrrntlliind nets dlrectlr pon 1...

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. — 27 December 1918

s ' ' '' I Saewn ii i Hi t OARItlZOZO OUTLOOK. PEOPLE WHO ARE LEFT OUT OF THEROLL CALL Population of the United States Asked to Stand Up and Bo Counted. By, GERALD 8TANLEY LEB. I iinil n f rlcml onco named Old Kill Bpcflr. j;li win llio curator nml found rrnf ilin.Iolm Qulncy Adnma Memorial In Qiilney, Mnss, Ho conceived llio Idon of making Hip hotiso lulo a mo morlnl nml, with IiIm genius ns a col lector of old furniture, tilled It with things to see. l'coplo enmo from everywhere, nnd at twfnljMlvo ccntR npleeo they went nlmiif" to aeo (ho things Hill hnd col Ivcleiínnd henr lllll tnlli. Dili felt very suprior to most col lectors. "J tint collcctirs," lllll said, "collect anything." niltiiifunlly cuulil slsn nronlo un when thy ramo In tho dour, but when ho nTtffljt iililto sure ntioilt ieil nml stis l'eotal li didn't wnnt to liothcr Willi theiirVfry long, lio used to tnlio thcin up to Hit nltlo to Izo tliem tip ipilclc. Ilo Would show them n liuntiel basketful of nnicthlnii tlu-y c...

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. — 27 December 1918

'"''' ' m 1: V'..v ypr-f7..- r.t, -y. '" ' ' - v . , . ' - . -H ' CAltEIZOZO OUTLOOK. COMFORTS, SMILES AND CAKE LIKE MOTHER USED TO MAKE Thus Every Red Cross Canteen Becomes a Bit of Home for Our Soldiers In France. What could possibly t mora glad dening tlmn tho night of rcnl Ameri can doughnuts, hunk of luscious pic, mil hunks Nothing unless It might bo the light of an honcst-to-goodness American girl. And tho combination of tho three, and maybe a couplo of mugí of good hot corteo thrown In for good menaure nobody but really tired, hartlworked Yank can really np precíate this food for Iho goda and comfort for the heart of man. "It ain't the coffee nor the pie nor the doughnuta, not even the pretty girls," laid one young soldier; "It la the tight ot a woman who looka like your mother with her little cap a 'trine aikow sometimes, and maybe a kirk of hair straightened out ot curl, (lint llko mother used to haro hem :orne when alio waa hurrying too hard that's tho thing that makes n f...

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. — 27 December 1918

CAURIZOZO OUTLOOK, NEW YEATS DAY Its Entrance Has Been Celebrat ed for Many Years. Cuitom of Calling Originated With Dutch In New York State Decep tion by President an Annual Occasion, Tl'1'3 celebration of tint cntrnnco ot n Now Yenr ha been observed Willi much ceremony In this country over xliice tliu beginning of our Itepuhllc. l'reshlent Wnshlngton was the first to establish tlio custom, nml nt tils I'hlhidi'lphla residence, during Ms first iidtiilnlstrntlon, It hns been noted Hint tliu dny wiih observed with appropriate ceremonies, with n light re pust In tile iificrnoon, Including n plum culto linked liy Miirthn Washington her M lf, mid Mimu tcmpcrniicu punch, mudo ihleily of lemons mid sugar, minus nny Intoxicating Ingredients. Tho custom of Now Year's calling originated in this country with tho Dutch In New York Ftnto. The nnturo of tho dny, tho clcnrlng off of old nc counts nml tho hopeful beginning ot tho new trlnl of life, unido New Year's dny n dny for tho Interchange of...

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. — 27 December 1918

OARRIZOZO OUTLOOK, PROFESSIONS fli. Spcnco V. C. Merchant GEOfUlE Sl'ENCE AriOllNMY.AT.I.AW InllnuU Building Phono No. 48 Csrrlznto, Now Mexico II. H. HAMILTON Attornoy-si-Liiw District Attorney Third Judicial District Civil Practico In nil Courts i'lienu SI , Court Homo bWrlznzo Now Mozlct SISTll F. CKBWS Atturncy-nt-Imvv Prnetlco In nil lli Courts Onollro . Now Mexice EDWIN MECIIHM Attornuy-iit-Liiw Qgticnil I'rnetlca Otile Omr KullAiid' Drug Storo AUtmogBtudn Now Mexico l'BANK .1. 8AUim limitáneo, Notary Public Aicenry KitablUhi'd 1802 Olllro In HxclinriKu Slinrik Uárrlrnin New Mexico l)lt. It. I?. BLANUY, DENTIST Hxclmngo ltnntc Building Vntrhm.o Now Mexico T. E. KKIjIiBY Funeral Director mid Licensed Einbttlmor Phono 00 Currlxuo Now Mexico 1'. M. IIAKKIt Physician mid Surgeon At The Ulcus I tospltul Olllce nml Residence Phone No, 7!) "The Oaks at Sunset" Wo aro In receipt of a beauti ful calendar conlnininir the pic- tiifii mHtliwI. "Tlin finks at Sun. set." The calendar is a p...

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. — 27 December 1918

untara, prim O .. Wtrnm .(.lllu p...,. .... Ponto nnd Khie ttUOOS.OO zici turne?, t 1 OARRIZOZO OUTLOOK. HOW SUBS WERE FOILED IS TOLD Camouflage and Big - Convoy - Used to Mako Our Ship ping Safe. DETAILS ARE MADE PUBLIC Official of United 8Utei Shipping Board Describes Convoy' Activity From Time It Left New York. Now York. With tlio need of se crecy ended by the cessation of fight ing "on Innd, on en nnd In the nlr" I lie methods lined to luiffle tlio ltitn Milium rlncs hnvo been revealed liy of ficers of tho United Stntos shipping hoard. Tliey tilinto public tlio dctnllH of convoy management nnd tlio proper rnmnttfhiglng of grouped "lili"" to mnko tlielr destruction by undersea cmft dllllcillt. Olio of I lie officer begins his de scription of n convoy' nctlvlty from (lio timo It left tlio port of Now York. "Onco wo were out In tlio stronm," lit- says, "wo bonded down tlio chan nel for tlio lightship, beyond which our convoy nnd escorts wero waiting for . All wero slowly under wny ...

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. — 27 December 1918

Mente Fer.tke Heikky Week OAJUMZOKO OUTLOOK. W. C. Merchant is home for the holidays. Tho Y. M. 0. A., with which he is connected bar K ran ted all of the workers leave of absence for that period. Mrs. Stovo Raymond and Kttle Bon were ovor from Tinnie one day last week. O. W. Bamberger Will Return The glad word has been re nelved from 0. W. Bamberger that ho arrived nt San Fransisco Thursday and expects to be homo by Satu&tlny. Mrs. Bamberger, who has been with her husband for the past few months, will ac company him. At Her Oscuro Home r Mrs. Helen Castle, who is n teacher at tho Deso school, passed through horo Monday on her way to her home In Oscuro to spend the holidays. From "AcroHS the Pond" Albert E. Rhode of Capitán re turned from tho sorvico last Sunday and stopped over to say liuJlo to his Carrkozo friends. Mr. Rhode has been in France and was in several engagements before pence was declared. Dined With the Lclandn Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wetmoro and Mrs. Julia Gurnoy were gu...

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. — 3 January 1919

', i. .Jt Wto.v . ,44,. í; Published Weekly in the Interest of Carrlzozo, and Lincoln Cpunty Vpii.-XIH-NO. 47 ! OARIU.OZO. LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JAN. 8, 1919. PRICE $2.00 PER YEAH Sentinel -Peaks of Carrizo, anil Nogal t Shunted Between the Dark Mysterious Mnlpais, and the Towering .... . .... .. . .. -. -mM&S$Y, 7! ' tttl0W 'V if V NEW YEAR DAWNS ON MIRTH AND JOY IN C'ZOZO HOMES Stroke of Twelve Finds Gay Throngs of Enthusiastic Citizens Around .Festive Boards and Tripping the Light Fantastic Toe as Atmosphere of Peace Sur rounds Merrimaknrs. New Yenr'B Evo wns the sceno of much amusement in uud around Carrlzozo; from eight o'clock until tho Btroke of twelve, the merriment continued, and the effect of the dolnrution of peace being plainly ovident in the uneonfined pleasure. t Entcrtninment Elubornto The crowning event of New Year's Evo was staged ut the Wetmorc Apartments, in which the following named ladies were hostesses: Mcsdames Wotmoro, 'French, McDonald, Spe...

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. — 3 January 1919

OAIUtlZOZO OUTLOOK. Alberts cv.r.i immrr Awn rwicR ppttv MEMBEP OF THE FOREIGN CAPTAIN GUN TURRET, FRENCH BATTLESHIP CASSAP.D " WINNER OF THE CROIX DE GUERRE DEPEW IS CAUGHT IN ZEPPELIN RAID AND HAS EXCITING EXPERIENCE 8ynopl Albert N. Depow, nullior of tho story, tolls of his service In tho United Htatcn navy, during which ho uttnlned tho rank of chief petty officer, first-class gunner. Thu world wnr Hturts soon uftcr ho receives his honorable discharge from the tmvy, mid ho leaves for Franco with 11 determination to enlist, lie Joins tho Foreign Legion nnd Is nsslgnod to the drcudnuught CitHsnrd, whero his marksmanship wins him high honors. Lntcr he Js transferred to tho lund forces nnd sent to tho Flanders front. Ilo gets his first cxporlonco In n front lino trench nt Dlxmudc. He rocs "over tho top" nnd gets his first Uermnn In a bay onet fight. CHAPTER VII Continued. 0 I surely wished I wnH tho gunner officer. I would havo enjoyed It more If I could hnvo got hack nt Fritz someho...

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. — 3 January 1919

o RROFESSiONS fífci. tipifico V. O. Merchant Gkohok SriÜNCR ATTOUNtíy-AT.I.AW lii Hunk Iliilldli-K liuu N'o. IH (irritólo, New Mx(co II. ü. HAMILTON AUoriiey-nt-lw Ulitllct Atlornllllnl JudWnt UiitOcI (Vil l'rnalico In nil OitliU l'IiónoSl, Court Homo ÍVtiiiiiio ... New Mollee SHTH P. CREWS Altonmy-nt-Uw l'rnéttce tu nil tho Uaiirlit Oicoro . . Now Moxisc EDWIN MECI1KM Atturnuy-nl-I.uw Ocncral l'rnctlco Ofrico Ovur Holland's Dril Btore Alnmogorodo New Mexico FRANK J. HAOlilt Insurance Notary I'ubllc Aeeacy IJslnhllílicd 1802 Olllco In lOxclmnRO Jllank Wsrilioxo Now Mexico 1)11. It. 15. IIIíAKHV, DHNTIHT HxcIiiiiiko Hunk DiiIMIiik New Mexico Usrrltoxo T. U. KHLLHY Kunrrnl Director and Llcenard Kmbnlmer riuino no üsrrlzoio Non Mexico I'. M. I1AKKII I'hyslclnn utid 3urp;coti At Tlio Lucas Hospital Oíllca and Residence l'honu No, Vil P. M. SHAVER, M. I). r I'hyslclnn and Surgeon Olllco Rooma at tho liranum Ilulldinp; Alninofrordo Avu. I'lioilo 91) CARRIZOZO - NEW MEX. LODGES COMET CHAPT...

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. — 3 January 1919

CAUMZOZO OUTLOPK. CONDENSATION OF FRESH NEWS THE LATEST IMPORTANT DIB . PATCH E8 PUT INTO SHORT, CRISP PARAGRAPHS. STORY OF THE WEEK 8HOWINO THE PROQRE88 OF EVENTS IN OUR OWN AND FOREIQN LANDS. ffaalarn Newapapar Union Ntwt Bsrrlbs. ABOUT THE WAR üon. John J. Pershing mndo his first visit to tho Illilnolaml Doc, 21. Tho Urltlsh army ot occupation Is untorlng Dusseldorf, on tho Klilnc, It Is officially announcoil. Italy's war damagos amount to moro than 100,000,000,000 lira (about 13. 000,000,000.) ('cording to Finanza Italia of Homo, Tho French throw a pontoon brldgo ncroas tho Illilno at Nlorstoln. This brldgo, over 1,000 fcot In length, was built In flvo hours. Tho Uormau govornmcnt has nc coptod Tlold Marshal von lllndon burg's plan to form a people's guard, or national army, Tho total casualtloa ot tho Amorl can air sorvlco In action nro given us Í2, Including 109 killed, 103 wounded, 200 missing, twenty-sovon prisoners and three Interned. Two groups of manlfostants, ono shoutin...

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. — 3 January 1919

GAMUZOZO OUTLOOK. land Highway 0tf' Wm. Boone Touglto. Sc pfliw.v National Park Aswrcln- The Nntinnnl Park Asocmtkn of N-'v.' Mexico has organized a Movement that in receiving the Host enthusiastic support II over the rtnte for tliu construe tion of a great national highway At Santa Pe It oomiueU with the proposed Oeenn -to- Ocean National highway. Tliun pass ing tho Indian ouehlos of Tosu (tio, Nnmblo.Snn Ildufenso.Snntn Clnra, and noiir San Juan, bor dara thu proposed National Park of tho Cliir Cities, passes up the bonutiful Chama Valley, by thu ancient Santu Rosa Mission ruin, to thoChama-Gallma breaks with its buribhonud dills, the pedestal of wlerd wind sculpturings. Passing through the Gallina canon, it then follows the can -oidto do las Lloguns up to the continental divide, over which it passes to Aztec, Farmington and Fruitlnnd. Entering the Navajo Indian reservation, it joins, near Shiprock, the National highway now being eonstriTcted from tho Hocky Mountain and Mesa Verde...

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