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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 23 May 1919

o V. H. Momia ownotl uml un piciiKPii w.Mi.e; - .. nTznzn niiTT.nnir. - . . k . i In From Alto . 1., U. Phillips and wife were f""ionff our visitors from Alto is. w'eck. FOR SALE Used sowing ma ciilno. Inquire of Mrs. Shuldn. AtWkhlta, Kans. Mrs. Frank Lesnet and chil drop, aro now at Wichita. Kansas, wliere they will visit with rela tives for several weeks. At the Clemente Ranch The Misses Pearl Clomcnts, Ruth SchadfFer and Mrs P. H. jfefsey left last Saturday for Corona whore thoy will Bpend about one week at the Clements rjneh. Why do 8,000,000 housewives rKUl' hilt the NEW I'Ef ECTIUN OIL COOK STOVE? It has the famous LONG BLUE CHIMNEY that'B why. Let us demon strate thom K ELLE Y & SON. Up to the Bonito. W. W. McLean and wife, to gether with the Misses Hilary Cooper, Pearl Kennedy and Winnie Terrell motored up to the Bonito Inst Sunday, to en joy the spring scenery which that beautiful region affords. We will bo glad to demonstrate to you the wide range of flame adjustment ...

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 June 1919

- .1 w "WE SEAOI m HOKE " 10 PAGES WHCML f AffiR Publitked Weekly in the Interest of Carrizezo and Lincoln County VTlttf-ttO. 17 CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1919. LARGEST IIOMK CIRCULATION IN THE COUNTY PRICE 12.00 PER YEAR HUMPHREmOS.' FIRE About 2 o'clock last Saturday morning tho barn nt the ranch of Humprcy Dros. about tiirce initca south oí town caught lire, totally consuming n automobile, cow and calf, oeveral sets of bar- . iiefls, a set of Navajo blankets and twenty-six chickens. The blaze that followed the explosion of a large gasoline tank, cast hideous reflections on the sur rounding mountains, causing watchers who were either fortu nate or unfortunate enough to bo up at that hour, to imagine that some prospector had struck oil and set the well afire to boom the Tularosa Basin. . The fire was to all appearances the work of an incendiary, but as to what the motivo could have been, the police were at a lops to know, until Saturday morn ing s mail ...

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 June 1919

GAItfUZQZO OUTLOOK. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII U Mil kiiim GREEN FANCY iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiii "DO NOT OESERT MEl" Synopsis, Thnrnns K. Ilnrncs, n wonlllty young Now Xorkor, on n walking trip In Now Eng land near tlio Cnnnillnn border, I given n lift In nn nutomobllo by n mysterious and nttrnctlvo girl bounil for n hbuso called Oreen I'nncy. At Hart'ii tavern llnrnos finds n strnnded troupa of "barn-storming." uctors, of wlilch I.yndim ltuidicrnft In tbe stnr and "Miss Tlinckcrny" tlio lending lady. They aro doing bci'ol work for their board. Ho 1 en rim Or con I'nncy Is n house of mystery. Tbnt night two mounted men lenvo tlio tavern under odd clrcuniRtniices. Ono Is brought Imclt flying. liarnos comen under stipplclon. IIii stnys to holp clear up tho mystery. O'Dowd of Oreen Fancy says Unit that piuco of inystury In not concerned In nny wiy. llnrnes...

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 June 1919

)',?V"r The CAEEI20Z0 OUTLOOK... ESTABLISHED. 892 EXCHANGE BANK Gamzozo, New Mexico The Oldest and Strongest Bank In Lincoln County Solicits Your Patronage 1 was there to umkc n sketch of (urea's Hour lllio a YcnsC, Tor Dio lior. Luncheon win Jtifct over, nud I tiny toddlers there 1 a- varied k!io tvnH tiilkliiR ta u little knot of I menu, sometimes Uneeda lllsctilt women. 'Xlio llrst words I heard, I lid quietly Into a neorby neat, wi "Nnllounl RUcult." recalling lileat untly ntv own tasty 1 iivda T.uneli con. i liked Itfr. nn fort ally an she bpoIíu mi mm busy. "Hctween tho dark and daylight, lio was iiu l'!t of pnns seems wultlm; ntid listening children. .Since, they wj thins, I'vo Riven tluit he liitulcii. First I bud Then, when the la toddle, I mo in in "I, IIIIÜ Hi and milk, sometimes Urahnm Crne'i. ern Outmeul Crnckorx r Lunch IIIs ctilt. Thlil U chuma-d on mtcclat loccnslons to Old Tliub Sugar Cook. dNcwtoiiri nud, rarest of bro uiiys when wo had cream and KalnwkHi thoso Ver...

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 June 1919

FRECKLES New It At TUst I Cat Rid if Thai. Ugly Sssls Tkara's so lontr lb. olliotaat of f.titii tibim.4 of four frxilM, n Ololaa dou&la str.oith 4i ggirtsK.4 to roaoao lb... tionati epota. Slaaol? ttt ooaco of Olhtso doubl. str.Mtb from joo druxilat, tad appl; mil. of II olibt ssd nonios od yon toould aoe tool .i.n Ib. ni trocólo bate batos to dlo spc.ar, whllo lb. Uibl.r oo.o btto a aolabad oi tlr.l, It I. o.ldora Iba! moto Ibin on. tun b awdod to ronpl.talr cl.ti tbo oils tad s a tx.ntirnl clooc rooapl.tloo, Bo loro U oat for lb. doubto str.oitk Olbtat. So tbla la a?l4 nadar tuarautto of mesar bacb U ti falla to raoto.o fiKtlu Ada. -1'., ' ' OAIIRIZOZO OUTLOOK. Denver Directory Quote? Uw Bo. Pikes RIM. tad for frM Cattle sad rrke list 1H4 Mcriut Street Dnr, Cote. AUTOMOBILE SUPPLIES Standard Make Prompt Dell very Tfce Htndflf & Boltheff M. & S. Ct. 1 835 17lli St, Denver, Colo. Diamonds ti miotic jmvitr auxurioTuniiio JOS. I.SCHWARTZ lllk Atttllf. Biinr.Uta, HITS on OA...

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 June 1919

"" ""- - i Ü 4 OAMtllOM tUTlOOK. fe . I .-IT' tí i V Wc Won't Loáe Any j Sleep Over It That return Ramo of base ball was played with El Paso last Sunday; our boys played a good Knme and mado a fine showing. ,It wns anybody's game up to the beginning of the fifth. After that our boys scored two runs: then it wns 2 to 0 in our favor, and then ?l-?il? The other fel lows made one or two then Oh Boy, how our boys did play I Then the big Captain of the vi Hlting team (with the double barreled eye glasses) got sore1 becauso the umpire called n strike on him which ho insltcd went over his head, so wc gave him back hia marbles and ho quit crying. The game then proceed ed nnd we wero "knocking the whoy" out of the ball, when Hilly Norman suffered an injury to bis right hnnd, which forced him to take the bench. This setback gave the visitors the lead, nnd the game terminat ed 10 to 7 in their favor. Harry Norman pitched a good game; Hilly Norman did fine behind the false face; Hester at Short,...

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 June 1919

.Afc-,--- iKSii ' OABRD50ZO OUTLOOK. THE OUTLOOK - . 1 1 L - J llf ..(. I I - I L. - I . -I . d LlMoln Ominlr, Krw tltilra. 4 A. U I1UIIKB. Editor mi PuüIMier Mtatrr ( Aowwi Fint XukUCu URCE CIRCULATION III THE COUNT1 UntfreJ esonil-rlaM imitar JAntury 6,1811. nt llispott i!(irat C.irriioto.New Huleo, under the Act of March 3. 1870. dmlUlnf tormt eo WntumUr t nma Mf mltrnni cIam Thurtday nlcht. 1U vou da not rwln rwr ixprr t.iulttlr, pl.Mo uollr t Publtahtr QAdf Mllilnc rlo tpplltatloB SUDSCHIITION KA1ES ONU VEAH. in Ad. HixMormis u Ad..... OFFICR PIIONKKUMUKR U M.00 11.00 FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1910. FourluClnss Postmndtcr Uxnm. YOUR FLAG AND MY FLAG THPKEY TO PROGRESS (llepuMlean Publicity Association) "It matters not whether we are dealing with railroads, with a merchant marine, with manufac tures, or with agriculture if wo are to have a healthy develop ment tiiere must be hold out the inducement of profitable profits us a reward for successful en deavor. Few people in this world work f...

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 June 1919

0ARRIZOZ0 OUTLOOK.- ONE BIG ORCHARD Fruit Culturo In New South Wales. Few parta of tho world possess not nrnl facilities for tho production of .fruit In RTcnler varieties than' Now South Wales, owing to the extent of the country mid tho great difference In cllmnto, ranging frcr ihnt of tho tcmpcroto regions of tho higher table land to Hint of tlin tropics on tho northeastern senbourd. From a molsturo-ladcn atmosphere, nnd n rainfall of TO Inches par annum, io a dry defalcating area and a rainfall of under JO Inches per annum, nnd with ovory gradation between theso extremes, tho Stnto Is nblo to grow ovcry kind of fruit from mangoes to cherries, and not only can tho Stnto grow this variety of fruits, but It can produco many of them of such quality, nnd to such perfection, that thoy can not ho excelled In any part of the world. On tho North Coast, adjoining tho Stnto of Queensland, tho cllmnto nnd conditions nro nlmost tropical. Ilero 'tho ralnfnll Is heavy, Uifc air taden with moistu...

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 June 1919

OAXRIZOZO OUTLOOK; To Silver Clly Normal Mrs Küru Mnsslc ntul Miss Rachel UuKlies left fur Silver Qiiy Wednesday to attend the Teachers' Normal nt that city. The ladies will return before the beginning of the fall school term. From Ft Collins Misa Buelnh lirazel came In from. Ft. Collins, Colo., Tuesday for n visit with thp homo folks. Miss Buelnh is undergoing train ing for trained nurse work and is advancing rapidly ut tho Ft. Collins Hospital. Mrs. Tennis Goes East Mrs. D. B. Tennis and son Herbert left Monday for Novada, Mo., where they will spend the greater part of tho summer with the father and mother of Mrs. Tennis, ut the BctglcB home. Visitors From Jlcnrllla Mr. mid Mrs. It. C. Pitts and Postmaster GcoH Weisher wore, in from Jiearilla Tuesday. They bring good roports about tho condition of the range nnd stock. Just Landed Ira Johnson has landed in New York and, according to ad vice , will toan be home. This important piece of news was-obtained from certain parties who are ...

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 June 1919

.wsr., I'' GARRIZOZO OUTLOOK. THAT CHANGE IN WOMAN'S LIFE Mrs. Godden Tells How Ii May be Pasted in Safety and Comfort. mmmamm Fremont, O. "I wa paute through the critical period of Iff o, being forty; . six y cars or. age aim i had II tno symp toms incwentto was change heat flash c, nervousness, and was In a general run down condition, so It woe bard for mo to do my work. Lydla E. Pinkham'a VoRotoblo Com pound was roeom mondodtomoastha best remedy for my troubles, which It aurely provod to be. 1 feel better and stronger In every way alneo taking It, and the annoying symptoms have disap peared." Mrs. M. GODDEN, 025 Na poleon St, Fremont, Ohio. Such annoying symptons aa heat flashes, nervouinsss, backache, head ache, irritability and " the blues," may bo speedily overcomo and tho system restored to normal conditions by this famous root and horb remedy Lydla E. Pinkham'a Vogotnhla Compound. If any complications present them selves write tho I'inkbam Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., for sugg...

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 June 1919

TO a r o a 01 1 cfift -p a n y t J CAPITAL $200,000.00 . ... "5HARES$T ESCFT. :; t- t! t. 1 v ri Jhé Tularósa Oil Company is officered and directed by local arid Texas business men. Men who have not wasted-their own money and who will not waste the Company's money. Not Qne cent pf salary is being paid to these officers or any one else connected with the movement. 1 ' ' i - . " ' i r . , This company has-been organized for immediate action. We propose to drill, not next Fall but NOW or just as soon as we have sufficient capital to slart our firát well. , Judging from the way in which applications for stock have been .coming - in, without any announcement from the company, we will be ready to start in ten days. . r .... We wish tó have it clearly undéfstood that this is an unproved field. The job ivé have on hand islto make it a real Oil field, and Geologists say we can do this. , ' ... IF WE DO it does'nt require a mathematician to figure out what our 1 0,000 acres of select land wil...

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. — 20 June 1919

. T-n-r ..iaMÉIt iíIh0 . a. i- -Lías-. If 'WK kéachT' " UNCOLN COUNTY OFFICIAL rAl'üR TI1K IIIIiíK' ' Published Weekly in the Interest of Carrizozo and Lincoln County 10 PAGES) VOL. XIV-NO. 19 CARRM0Z0, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1919. LARGEST HOME CIRCULATION IN THE COUNTY PRICE $2.00 PER YEAItt' HP mm . m ' PERSHING HALTS TROOP'S RETURN 4th and 0th Division Taken From Early Sailing Lint, Wilson's Orders. Washington, D. C, Juno 17, Tho Fourth and Fifth divisions of regulars iinvo boon removed from tiiq list of units scheduled for early return to tho United Stales, tho war department was advised today by Gen. Pershing. The30 two divisions wore scho dulcd to sail from Franco this month and officials believed can cellatlon of tho sallng orders would have boon made only un der tho plans of tho Inter-allied high command and with tho ap proval of President Wilson. Minor Concessions In Peace Pact Are Given In Summary; Enemy Must Sign Iiy June 23. Paris, Franco, Juno 17. ...

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. — 20 June 1919

ft GREEN "SHE CAN DO NO WRONQ" Synopsis. Thomni K. Ilnrncs, n wcolthy young Now Yorker, on n walking trip In New Eng. Innd nenr tlio Cnniullnn border. I Riven n lift In nn automobile by n mysterious and attractive girl bound for n house called Orcen Fancy. At Hart's tavern Ilnrncs finds n stranded troupe of "barn-storming" actors, of wlilch Lyndon Ilushcroft Is the star and "Miss Thackeray" the lending lady. lie learns Green Kancy Is a houso of mystery. That night Andrew ltoon nnd till scrvnnt, guests at tho tavern, aro shot near Orcen Fancy. Ilnrncs comes under suspicion and" stnys to holp clear up tho doublo murder. Ho gets Into the Ornen Fnncy grounds meets tho mysterious girl, who gives him tho cut direct, nnd Is polite ly ejected by O'Dowd, nn Inter filing nrivonturcr. Enter nt tho tavern nnothor man of mystery, Sjirouse, "hook agent." Ilnrncs visits Orcen Fnncy with tho sheriff nnd stnys to dinner. En ter still nnothcr mysterious per sonage. "Loch," secretary to Curtis, owner ...

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. — 20 June 1919

By VÍCTOR RADCUFFE íw.-.s., ... .... . , CA&EIZOZO OUTLOOK. pjrn bilTaXí'liír"nirJi3n"Tüvfii for1 vrvrrnl hniini nml nrlril unimunlly Ib'rlik unci Imppy hi tie Jolni.il lilennor aM Ilou'iiril. ' ."Children," lie wild, "I Imro Jiwt Iimii lo ray lawyer putting my nffnlni In.nlinpe. I hnvii plnml alt my liquid fumín In bnnlc subji-ct tu your dl jiüJnl. My rent estate roo to you Jointly by my will." . "Will liquid funds ulntc re jpented Hlcnnor vnsuely. "Kindly. Tlio lianlinotcii I burned jup were orno counterfeits I paid 'tlcorly for In n dent with nomo nthemttn, aupnoxtng them to be rent money. My pnupcr net I Ringed to try nut llionu loving relative oJ mine. You two tlood the lent and I am go ing to rea (lint we nil enjoy life to gether, wllh plenty to help u 'lo It," AN UHDEFILED HERITAGE lnlhfr In heaven, who love.t nil, Oil, lilp thy clilldrrn when they call; Tlmt ihoy nuy build from ajre to axo An undented heritage, TVmli ui lo nil ourselve nlwy, Controlled and cleanlr nliht ...

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. — 20 June 1919

CONDENSATION OF FRESH NEWS , THE LATEST IMPORTANT DleV ' PATCHES PUT INTO sHOrTT, CRISP PARAQRAPH. STORY OF THE WEEK HOWINd THB PROQRIM 61 BVKNTB IN OUR OWN ANB . fOREIQN LANDS. Wsstsrn Newspaper Union news servlse. WESTERN At loHit one life wus lost and 100,- 000 damage wan caused to property Hud Krowlnu crops ly u cloudbnnt nt Tulsa, Okla. Mora tlmii flvo Indio of water fell In two hours. Vincent J. Sylvia, formur manager of a confectlonury company at Lewis- toa, Mo. wns arrested at Loa Angelo by local officers chargad with tits cm besslcment of $20,000. Tli police hold tan warrants against him, Bought throughout tho West for oyer two yearn, uftcr conviction us a whits sluvcr and ropeated Jail uroaks, An- tolo Uluka, alias John Mitchell, u Qrock, was urrosted at Hoddlng by fad' eral nuthorltlos unit taken to San Kran cisco. California cotton growers will re' colvu approximately $0,000,000 for this season's crop, according to state nii-nts made by cotton-Heed till brut ors, who Imv...

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. — 20 June 1919

r" . ' i f nrr irm-rr 'inr "f ir-im assta ': ?í tí.' - - CAItEIZOZO OUTLOOK. - , .'j k ''VlahaBaaB ' J? ESTABLISHED 1892 EXCHANGE BANK Carrizozo, New Mexico The Oldest and In Lincoln Solicits Your 9' The reliance that wouieuklml bat I carnea to put In crockets m being well Illustrated at tbo tau being sura i or retnnung aoKiiera sailor. Krcry woman la the metrópoli uu in otr pantry a generosa pij or toe National I pafiy'a always useful an; vromaij So IfVllf nnri E Uní.. uxn.y bu crisp ana iivi wiiuiueiiio wxiat ioou con -.A? J" 4 4 mm jfuu uiuiK ui lur nusoana ana cntiaren . equal to N.B.C. Graham Crackers? nowaV SSHLW NATIONAL On a tbldNaW COMPANY (deed with aaH BaaWr'L thn,i lMr mena and. Loto lisc4!HBBBBBBMMaiBBBBBBP ' kH?1T a ruaa Seme hrulaetl Imim i, JrBaBBlB"''T' from France recently. PURE FOOD BAKERY Doerlng Bid. E. IIANNON, Prep. Carrizo, N. M. Best Accommodations For All The People All The Time CARRÍZOZO EATING HOUSE Table Supplied With Best Tho Market Afforda Strongest, B...

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. — 20 June 1919

THE OUTLOOK r- r)hlld WmWf In lb fntrt of Gtrrlioi . ! IJoroln Countj. Nw Mttlct, A ' A. I UUilKK. Editor and Publisher Mtaltr I Astricta Ntti Aittcttlits MRBEU CIRCUr.ATIGN IN THE COUNTY Hnternd us second-class matter January G, 1UU, nt the poat officeat Carrlsoso.Now Haxieo, under the Act of March 3, 1870. AdrtrlUIni lormi elan TdnMdr ti mod Mwt Milium tloMTbilficUy nikhl. sj tob It not rtettrt jour prr rtfiilrlr. rxtio o"I tn l'ubllabif IAdrtrlllDt rUoo pplletllon SUBSCRIPTION RATES ONC YEAR. la Adftnca 12 00 RtX MONTHS U AJ. 11.00 Pack arc Disappears Tho much annrcclated package received by Drs. Pine and Hew has disappeared i detectives in search of tho missing packago will waato their timo in looking for tho samo in Lincoln County Miiin Itnm Thn Kfatn Hhpon HUMd lelilí A..W " - IT Sanitary Board has appointed P. E. Johnson to thn position oí in spector of tho sheep interests of this district. Mr .Tntinnnn la n man thor oughly acquainted with tho ins nnrl nnta nf thlq Imnortflnt...

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. — 20 June 1919

c a pactaste 0AJUU2OE0 OUTLOOK. LATK MARKET UOTATIONI Western Newspaper Union NensBervlee DISNVUH MAiiicxra. Cattle. Ft steers, iholee to prime. Ill, 1'at ateera, coed to cholos. 12. Fat iliin, fair to rood..., 10, lleirora. prim 11. Cows, fat. Rood to cholea.. 10. Cow, fair to good t. Cows, medium to Mir . ... . Com, canners 3, fiulla 7, Veal calvea 16, Feedere, good to choice.... IS, Feeders, (air to eood. 11, Htockere, good to choioa... 10, Btooktra, (air to good..... I, to S U.00 ooyn.is 60uiroo tooiut ooy . 00W 1.7 60 U 6.C0 ,00 I. SO ,00 17.00 00W11.00 .00WU.7S ,75lrtl.60 ,00 5 o. Ilssa. Good hog-a ll,650.00 Sheep. I.mb. fat, springers, eood . . . to choleo ,. ,17.00 017.50 Lamba, fat, eprlngera, fair to (rood , I17.00Q17.50 TtarUnEa 11.75 1 14.15 Ewes, good to oholoe fc (wool) 13.tOOH.00 Dressed ronltrr. The followlnir prices on dressed poul try nro not P. O. 11. Uenvert m Tur coya. No. 1 it J7 Turkeys, old toma. j? cnice 3ucks. younir ..! 22 leu. ID, Íleese 1 !? looatora ......

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. — 20 June 1919

OA&KIZ-Ú& OUTLOOK. Will Erect New Home When You Get a Good One, "Souse It" Boy! There will be a' rea! game of base ball next Sunday between the Carrizozo Juniors and the Alnmojrordo team. Everybody interested in the success of the Juniors, should turn out and cn courage the boys. Remember that the Juniors have lost but one game this season and that is an assurance) that we aro in for winning this one. Harry Nor man is training the Juni xs which is another evidence,, of tho fact that the gamo will well be worth seeing. Now is tho timo to back up the boys-Now all together! Whf n you get a good one, boys, "Souse itl" Mr. Ernst Prehm, who will al ways bo found at his post at Zicglcr Bros. Storo, has just let a contract for the erection of a new residence on Tularosa ave nue, the location being on lots 21 and 22, in block 7. Contractor Harry Littlo has furnished tho drawing for tho building which has been accepted by Mr. Prehm. The structure will be erected on the colonial stylo ...

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. — 20 June 1919

P OAltRIZOZO OUTLOOK; .tit fcl DAODYÍtVENIHOl PLANTEDJY BIRDS Simple Reason tot Uncommon Position of Trees. Sr Kilted In New JerMY. Moot Are Coming lack. Pithy News Items Three hundred nail slxty-fivo deer were killed In New Jersey during the 1018 season, This Is quite n number when you consider that the season Is but four days, one day n week for four weeks-. The weight of tho kill amount ed to 15 tons. Moose nro becoming quite plentiful i ngnln In Wyoming t so plcntlfal that, the game commission figures thnt with; In n very few years an open season can bo 'declared. Minnesota li now the only stato with" nn open season for moose. FAIDYTAIF U Gathered From All Over New Mexico 5 Mary Orhaj Bnnf SILVER MOON R0SF.8. The Mlvcr moon tunen were Just out, They e lively single white roes nnil they-wcre In n garden dov i In n little seashore town, ,- lt wns 'nrlycvcnlng nnd, the mm wns Jusi, golngto bed nnd tho moon (mil been up for n time, though of course he hadn't been very -bright, for I...

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