ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Carrizozo Outlook Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 2,906 items from Carrizozo Outlook, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
2,906 results
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 17 October 1919

OA&KIZOZO OUTLOOK. The Red Croat Campaign Following nra the local Chair nu3n appointed by tho Manager of. the Red Cross Campaltrn. Alto, Pete Phillips; Ancho, James Sccrcst; A r a b o 1 a, Leopoldo Pacheco; Capitán, L. W. White; Carrizozo, O. VV. UatnberKer; Corona, E. L. Moul ton; Encinoío, R. E. Ferris; Fort Stanton, Dr. Wm. A. Korn; (Jlencoo, II. P. Clurk; Hondo, Robert Urady; Jicarilla, Gpo. Weishar; Lincoln, J. M. Penfleld; Meek, J. P. Pendorgrass; Nogal, J. N. Üa8kin; Oscuro, Chas. F. Gray; Parsons, Charlotte Rico; Picacho, U. D. Garner; Rabenton, Juan Martinez; Ruidoso, Mr. Davis; San Patricio, Leopoldo Gonzales; Spindle, W. E. Blnn chard; Tinnie, Mrs. S.Raymond; White Mountain, Ben Nabours, Jr; White Oaks, Mrs. C. D. Mayor. Posters have gone out to the local Chairman, subscription re ceipts to tho Red Cross Magazine, Literature and supplies of dif ferent kinds. , The suggestion is made that the Educational Campaign begin at once. If any of the local Chair men want to hel...

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. — 7 November 1919

mío Tuuvif it rnjurrv "WE REACH 'WIQAL PAPER THE MM" Published Weekly in the Interest of Carm i and Lincoln County 14 PAGES VOL. XIV-N0.3Í) CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1919. LARGEST HOME CIRCULATION IN THE COUNTY PRICE $2.00 PER YEAR ciii Bo m m iiii iy 71 ft We 1i r f ALAM0G0RD0 IS SLAIN; MGHT PERSONSARE HELD John T. Hutching) is Shot Fatally Wounded While Piloting an Automobile in Cross Country Race. El Píibo, Texas, Nov. 2. Four men and four women, ono of the men dressed in the uniform of a United States army major, wore being held charged with murder at Las Cruces, N. M., forty-five miles north of El Paso, in con nection with the death of John T. Hutchings, of Alamogordo, N. M., who was shot and fatally wounded at 8 a. m. todoy while piloting an automobile in the El Paso to Phoenix cross-country rucc, near Lanark, N. M., six teen miles west of here. Hu tellings was shot in the back, a bullet penetrating the automobile seat and lodging near the base...

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. — 7 November 1919

íú CARRIZOZO OUTLOOK. mm .... naiAancaj 'i? "WHAT'S YOUR ANSWER?" N nopala Davlil UMan, non of liiinkrii. alilttli-s ronrlilimn, Al mo! H inmarlrk nf llie foothills, la liirmklnir bottles wllli hla platal iroin hl riinuliiK niyusa lin iha IIibI hmIoiiioI.IIo lia lina avrr aran arrlii'H tul tipa uvar. biaaklns Iht lK r liix'lor llnrily hut not Injur, lux lila hnitiitirul iluuiililar Irma. iHivf rrai'ui a the luluird man mid tirliisa a ilurlor frnni 44 mllaa nwiiy Iran lakpa rliurxa n( tha lioiiarkrriilna;. Dnve anil Irana laka ninny rlilaa togother nncl ilurlnit liar fnllirr'a m forcad alny lhay (al wall Kniuulnled CHAPTER II Continued. Kor the first lime hp looked her HtmlKht In I tic Ciiee. 111k dark eyes met her itrny ones nuil demanded truth. "Irene." he wild, "do you mean tlint?" "Sure I do," a In niiHWereit. "College coiiikon. iunI nil Hint kind of thine, they're good sturf, nil right, hut they iiinke Koine mvfiil nice boyH renl live hoja, you know Into some nwfnl deml mien. My...

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. — 7 November 1919

KYSTHM ....Ti?) nm.n... f) A...:c I'll OÁRRÍZOZO OUTLOOK. 1918 Tax Collections According to flRUrefl secured WK'giWIMlIKMlMWI 1 Grime's Golden Apples $2.00 Per Box Jusl received, fresh nuts of all kinds. Raisin, Cilron Orange, Lemon Pe.e.l Fresh and Cured Meats, Veget ables, etc. SANITARY MARKET II 12 1 L Y & LUJAN, Proprietors Phone No. 46-G5 by Taxpayers' AsHOcintion from the reports filed by County Trea surers and Collectors with the Stuto Tax Commission, 11)18 tax es have been collected as shown by tho table below, These fig ures show thu collection of taxes in tho various counties up to September 30, except tho Chav es and MuKinloy county figures which show 1!)18 taxes collected up to August Hist. Lea county luads with u collection of 98,8(1 per cent and Rio Arriba stands lowest with n 08.19 per cent col lection. For the whole state tho per cent of collection was 8S per cent. Leu County 98.80 per cent Grant " Üfl.81 " " Quay " 90.00 " " Bernalillo " 95.99 " " Colfax " 95.52...

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. — 7 November 1919

OARRIZOZO OUTLOOK. FOKKER DEVISED RADIO AIRPLANE AlifHTilinn.- .M. r.ikker. t Ik Dutch nlriliiiii' expert wIhi worked for the CiciUHin during Hie w.ir xlmed. Hi on Interview, Unit ln luid made it II- iiiiiii) el fin. inn , ,1 ' ii i iiiiinn, iiiii wÍmíM gle half of Ihi'iii In provp In tin world Hint luí wnx never mitl-nlly, "t-mix making nlriliilie lielore Hie wnt broke nut," he nnlil. "nnd when Hid (Jpiiiiiiiih nuked mo in imile airplanes for llu'iii I could imly ogrep In do so. It Mux purely n lliiiincliil nuttier. "We nrc having mi airplane pxhl lilllnii here In Amsterdam Hum iiinntli unit I llml Hint nil the h'ngllsli (lying ipil who conip here nro good sports men. They ilnn'i nnrxe iiny grudge' Agnlnxt ni for tanking airplanes fur the (Icrmuiis, hut Din Frew limen Uiey never will foritlve mo. I fear. My mnchlno bruuxlit down tun tunny Irrencliiiicn, and tticy don't like my tiermans Had 3,600. M. t'okkcr mild lie hullt 3,rti0 air plnticx nt Ills factories In (Iprtnnny for Hip (l...

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. — 7 November 1919

OAJtfclZOZO OUTLOOK. -'' 1 MM II ..llW tern 4 . , ni' ijü. c9 BAPTISTS PLAN urok tube juw.'km.wi.i' in . ;:n. GQR0US SANATORIUM AT EL PASO, ESTABLISHED I POSE, WILL OJ.T FINANCIAL AID FROM 7fc PAION ELUC liONAL PltOPAOANDA TO I ON HOW 10 CUUBkT PLAQUE Administration liullilliii; of Soutburn tuberculosis ñutíanla, locatod 4500 foet Do you know that tubcrculotU U moif prxvAlnnt In tlio South than In any othor part oí tho i'otintryí That tlio ilonth rato Iroirt tuborculo l boro in 14.2 por cont groator than (or tho nation as n whole, and greater titan In any civilized nation on the globe wltn the exception of Cblnat ' That more than ICO people a day, or 17,782 a year, die In tho South and tho Houthwoit (rom 'Uls dreaded ills-r-.aeT That there are within the territory of the Southern UaptUt Con entlon 175,000 persons actively Infected with the great white plague and an equal number have Inactive Infection? Thnt the money loc, ti '.h. Sout'i each year (rom tubérculo! la 1176, 000,000! Th...

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. — 7 November 1919

OARRIZOZO OUTLOOK. NEWS TO DATE IN PARAGRAPHS CAUOHT FROM THE NETWORK 01 WIRES ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD. DURING THE PAST WEEK RECORD OF IMPORTANT EVENTS CONDENSED FOR BUSY PEOPLE. UaUrn Nwrapr Union Nwa srvlc WESTERN Heavy snowfalls In tlu iiiiiiinliilti districts of Wyoming luivo halted work on (several mail projects In tliat terri tory, according tu officials nf Iho fed oral tm n-it ii of roads. All embargoes on wheat shipments to Kiuiniih City have lieen lifted anil !!00 cars a titty liuvo lieen released tit carry tlio grain from Kansas City elevntortt to Ditluth anil Minneapolis anil open Mint In the. former elevators for Colorado wheat. Senator Miles I'olndexler of Wash ington, In a Htiitenient to the people of the United Slates, announced Ida can dlilncy for the Itepiililleau iiniiiliintlon for preNldent, and prccnled a plat form of pollclPH and principles which he will advócalo III hi campaign, Four men nnd tine woman were killed and two other persons Injured In it crude crossin...

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. — 7 November 1919

CAEIUZOZO OUTLOOK, PROFESSIONS Í Ufo. W. 1'rlcliiml W. C. Merchant f'ltlGIIAUD & MERCHANT ATTOItNEYSAT-LAW I.utz DullUirifc (Airiiiiirii, New Mexico 1)11. It. i;. 1IUNKY, DKN'I'IHI iHiclmiKe Hank lliiildiiig Cartitoxi New Mexico T. B. KhLLEY t'uiif mi Ulntlor uml Uccncd ICnilmliiiui I'Imiim UO t'áitltonu Now Mexico KltANK J. tiAtlHlt Jrimirnneu, Notary I'liu'lc AC'iK'y wlnlllMiiil IHUJ Ollliu ill KicliniiK" Untih Jfirrlioid Now Mexico 1. M. SHAVER, M. D. I'liynlulun and Surgeon Olllcü Itouiim ut I'm lirmium DiiiMing Alumogordi) Avu. l'lionu UU CAIUU.OZO NEW MKX. QEORGE SPENCE Attohney-at-Law itouiim 5 ami 0, Excliungü Dank Hldg. Caiuuzozo, New Mexico. im. e. u WOODS Onice Wctmure llulldlnir, Tel. 124 I'rivutt- Hospital Phone No. 23. Gunerul Surcical and Maternity AccoinmoHutluim Gruduutu Numcs OAUKIZOZO . NEW MEXICO LODGES Carrizozo Lodge No. 10 KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS M i-.it i'vcry Moiulny I'vi'iiliiit lit K.ol I llu'l l.uu IlilllillhlC Vlnlllni; lliolHurniunlliilly Invltoil I!. I....

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. — 7 November 1919

OARRIZOZO OUTLOOK. THE OUTLOOK 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 iK..n-í iVMkly u II Inuii.i i 11.111,110 ihI Unenl Cant. Ntw MmI Wftltlng until It thunden before nUrtlng toiavo fornjrainy day, getA many fowl people Into deep water. A I.. HUltKH, lídltur hikI I'uI.IUIici Miuber I Aoittiíin fitit Amtiiii IVWIGEJT OinCULATIOII IN THE COUNT rfnteml n íPcitiicl-flu iimllfi Jftliilnry 4.HÜ1. nt l!inHtillirri.tf'irfnJo,He mico, unilrr the Art of Mured 3, 1870. AitvcrpiilnK fiirm Chun Wi'itnowluy nt imon. nnltimrm rloin Thurmlny híkHÍ, Ifynil ln not riMK-lvi' yoili' Mir vulrly, iiiin." riiillfy tli l'tiiilinlior. Ailvrtlllni' ruti un hi!Iimi tluci. SUtlBCRIPTION KATES 1ST. YI1AH. i AiU.Kt 00 4tX MONTHS I AiU.ott íl.00 ornen piionkmimukr tt FIMIMY, IOV 7. IHI. ÍOUU FLAC AND MY FLAG Oil Shows Clear Record Oil, the mother of motion, ia the dominating industry in ninny western ...

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. — 7 November 1919

lililí; CU'IIIIHIIIK l'OIII. elKllt IIIIIIOH II I 'iiliiiiiiln fliun Hie -li'lke unlor. 'I'hesi IwontN-oliihi niliiiH lire opernl iik' un iter iiiilnii iiL-i-oeinenl mil' the uui'ee Shoo saleHiniin Will you piense, sir, OAJUUZOZO OUTLOOK. 3 -H r A KANSAS WOMAN Raa-down Nervous, Weak Kansas City, Ksm.i "I , found Dr. iitte i medicines n wonderful he In to ma during mlddlo life. AttbitUtnoI twcaine all run doirn, nervous ami was weak, I would have smothering and dlny spells so bad that I could not stand up and mu tuii-k wmilil limn, ft wum mini Dr. Pierre's Favor Its Proscription and lila 'tlnlilnn MnI. leal Disrovrry' und theso medicines built ma up, gnvo me strength, and brought ma through the chance in the host of health. I run pjiul to recommend Dr. Pierre's medi cines, for I know they are Rood." M1U3. OEÜUUE JACOIIH, ít. Iloulo 3. MOTHERS Duthnng, Knnii.: "I nm the mother ol four elillilren and from my eiiiericneri with Dr. Picron's l'nvorlto Prescription 1 fully appreciate It va...

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. — 7 November 1919

CARRIZOZO OUTLOOK. MR9 This is the red cross christmas seals girl BEVERLY HAVES IJeverly Itaye aaya: "liny lleil Crogii C'lirlatinns Scala. They protect tlf tie children from tlie nivngva of tutierculmln. Tlicy build a harrier of lieu I tli ulmut tlie workers of the tintliin, Tlii-y protect lióme your home. "They pulí hope, uHStiriuicu unil iliyglcul ntul economic rclinJillltatlou to more tlniti one million people In the United Stnles wlw liuva tubercu losis. If you purchiiKo eiioiiuh Ittil Criiaa Christmas Heulu, tlie death rite of IIiIh ilreml plneue will lie materially reduced. "I-ust year inu.QOO people fell victim:! of tlie illsrnae. Twelve thousniid of t!ice were llttlu clillilren. Think f It) Thin death toll In needless. If wu nil do our part In the sale thlH yeur, next yntr'H dentil rale will ho fcinall er. It wll lie reduced year liy year until eventually luliereuloHls Una puss d Into the olitlvlou which hnn already engulfed Niuallpox, leprosy and typhoid fcer." RED GROSS S...

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. — 7 November 1919

OUUtttOftO OUTLOOK. UIIHIIIinillllllMMMNIIMIMIHit Not cAlways to the Strong By OWKW OLIVER (Copyright.) Tin' ruin Him coming down In tícete muí (In' wind looVf me urr my balance as I turned llio comer nf Alexandra riniil, Ki míe run against me us I rihliluil myself. It whs George King. "Where lire jon going?" lie growled. 'Tu Iliirdy'H." I answered gruffly. "Name 11 you!" There were a doten Jliird.VK In Shccnics. lint he knew tliut I mount nlil Ilnrily, tliu pilot. III cutter liuil gone iluwn !n tlie af ternoon, and tliiy snld Hint the old I n nn would go that evening, lie had been sinking for n long time. Wo walked to their house In Henee. There wns lmil IiIimmI between us on ne count nC Jessie lliinly. Jessie's nunt, lio kept house for them, opened the loor nuil let us in. The tenrs were lolling down her wrinkled old check, n, id, her apron win crumpled with wip ing' iicr eye. "He's been taking on awful," she Indi un. "He'il feel II," I iild, "nbout the cutter." "The cutter? No, n...

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. — 7 November 1919

'.-íW4(t :'(t; t. CARRIZOZO OUTLOOK. Classified Ads YOUU HI.M IIHVKI.OI'KI) AND SIX I'KINTH 1'Olt A UI'Altl'liK Bxrjrtntnitr Jnnitii "' w m inr (ljin (Any lxiti4 un K1 pmil, llox IM II 1 lll',lM I lluM Tu Item S M "'Home of the dinner Oak" Wo have them: Ideal Oak. Dandy Oak. Washington Oak, et Oak, Charter Oak. Crown Oak, Square Oaks. Red Oak and vi members of tlie"Clipper Oak" family. Call and see them. -N. B TAYLOit & Sons. tf Here's Your Chance Nine Rich Claims in Cold, Silver, 1iad and Copper. Sam ples may bo seen and informa tion obtained from E C. I'rehni, Carrizozo, N. M. 8-8-tf Now is the time to have your lásense would spread over all Ford put in first class condition Carrizozo. before the winter monthsr.ro Producing Bacteria m the sixth hero. Bring your car to us. - ! K"de Hygiene class: Six potato wai.rn n.irmri. 1.7-tf'es were nVcd in test-tubes and Legal Blanks Mining Locations, Warranty Deeds, Mortgage Deods, Bills of Sale nnd all kinds of legal blanks at this offi...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 7 November 1919

the test of penen as well nS the test of ; in ney., mu loma ;í Till lleva, rl, 10 .llore. Menú, uiia AMI HIIAI.V, tirulo. OAXMSOKO OUTLOOK. fWfft rír Help That Bad Back! Whr I ml.erabto with a "hA beckt" It's thne you found out what ii wrong! Kidney weakneas often cauies much suffering from backache, lamenem, rbcumatla p.un, headaches, dlutneii and kidney irrrgfuaritlea. Neglected, It may lead to dropny, arel or Urigbt'e dlneate, but if taken In tima it la uu ally raally corrected by ualng Doan't Kidney rilli. Doan't bar helped tbouiandi. A Colorado Cats Mrs. J. ii. Mc Kentle, 1130 Thirty. MUi HI., Denver, Colo., suysi "My klUneya were In a weakened condition after typhoid fever. Finally rheumatlo trouble nnd lum. l.KO aet In and the pain over my hipa woe terrible and It extended from my leu am i o me re glon of my bladder. The way my kid. ney acted cauaed ma no end of trouble. I tried different remedlee, but had but little relief. I decided to try Doan'a Kidney Pilla. They freed ma...

Publication Title: Carrizozo Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 7 November 1919

4 4 OARRIZOZO UTLOOK. Novel Halloween Affair ' at McQutllen Home On Friday night la.it, one of ttio H1031 novel and interesting attaint of the season was held ul tlio homu of Mrs, McQuillun, un der tho aUfipicc3 of the li)wortl) litigue and Sunday ScIiooIh of tlio Methodist Church. Thcto were 7C guoats present, all niaaked, who engaged in tho many guiñes Hpociully nrrangod for tlio occasion, principle among which was the "Ghost Walk." Guests who wore selected as ghosts, were hidden at different places about tho yard without the knowledge of those who re niainod Inside, looking fur most anything to turn up in the form of novolty. At a given signal, the guoita .selected partners and reaired to the yard, groping in iuteiihe darkness, only to be "soused" by wet sponges which were suspended from wires hung about tlio yard. Further on in their promenade they were met by ghosts, who greeted them with gloved hands saturat ed with ice cold wuter. After undergoing these "plea uant" ordeals, t...

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. — 14 November 1919

12 PAGES t,OL XIV-NO. 4 1 CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1919. LARGEST HOME CIRCULATION IN THE COUNTY PRICE $8.00 PER YEAfc Published Weekly in tke Interest of Carnzozo and Lincoln County MAN HANGED AFTER I. W.W. KILL PARAÜERS Fiendish Attack on Peace Demonstration Met With Merited Results. Rash Act Damaging toHonest Labor. Portland. Orejron. Nov. 12. A special to the telegram from Contralla says a number of the I. W. W. prisoners were remov ed today from the Ccntralia jail and taken under heavy guard to thn county jail at Chehalis. Among the prisoners left in Contralla was one said to have killed Warren Grimm. Threats of violence against him were said to be loud. Seattle, Nov. 12. -Henry M. White. United States immigra tion commissioner, left here to day on his own initiative for Contralla, where he said he in tended to investigate the records of all alien I. W. W. held, and endeavor to deport them if they are not held in connection with the shooting. C...

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. — 14 November 1919

GAKIUZOKO OUTLOOK. te- TheCowPunchcr Br Robert J. C. Stead iturAor of "KUthttur and Olhtr Pomi " llhulrolktnt fry IRWIN MYERS 1 "MV NAME IS CONWAF.D." f.ynopale. tMvll I'.lden, eon of drunken, ahlfllraa ranchman, at moat n muiorleU of liie foothills, la l.roaklnx boltlee wllh hla pistol frmii lila runiilne; cayuse when Ina Oral automobile he hae over "fn arrives and lira ovar, breaking Ilia 14 of Doctor Hardy bul no! Injur, liitt hla britutirul daughter Irene lhie reaeuea Ilia Injured man and brlna a doctor from mllaa way. Irana lakes charge ot the housekeeping, Davo and Irana take mailt' rldee together and during bar fsther'a enforced etay (hay gal wall acquainted. They part with a klaa and an Implied prnmlee. CHAPTER III. 5 Dnte's opportunity came sooner limn lit luid expcctpil. After the de parture of Ihf IlnnlyM things nl tlio oíflTaiieh were, im lmh father and un liml predicted, vory different. They fniiiiil HiemnelvpH on. rt sort of roiiiI behavior n lielmvliir wltlcli. un hap...

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. — 14 November 1919

t,4). CARIUZOZO OUTLOOK. Classified Ads VOtllt I'll.M DBVKMM'KI) AND MX I'ltlNTS VOU, A (il'AKTKIt Mxtru print urn 1 omita nw-li or M oonla pi.r ilnn (Any rn un 1 roiurti ot- ail imlcl.j It J IIKUHTHOM. Tutuma. N M Ml "Home of the Clipper Oak" We hnvo them: Ideal Oak, Dandy Oak. Washington Oak, Pet Oak, Charter Oak.- Urown Oak, Snuarc Oaks, Ued Oak and ell members o( the"Cllppcr Oak" family. Call nnd Bee them. N. U. Tayloii & Sons. tf Now is the time to have your Ford put in first class condition before the winter months are here. IJring your car to us. -Western GaTage. 3-7-tf Bring in Your Hides Highest CASH price paid for hides and pelts at the Carrizozo Trading Co. Cat Fish and Speckled Trout: Fresh Oysters arriving every Thursday Fatty & Hobbs. W. W. Stadtman NOTARY PUBLIC Agent for Royal Typewriter FIRE INSURANCE FineHt Apples lor Eating and Cooking-Patty & Hobbs. Use The Phone Phono No. 135 F. 2 for Pure Sweet Milk, Cream and Butter milk. Carrizozo Dairy. J. It. Mc...

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. — 14 November 1919

GAMUZOZO OUTLOOK. 1 Jmam Needlework Clubs Are Popular By A U. á. Deptitaesf of Afrinilhn i Drenes (or the house, dresses for the streets, and dresses for all ages have been made by sewing-club women under the tutelage of home-demonstra-tlon agents from Maine to Oregon, In California 53 women In one class made party dresses last summer. The women In San Diego county, California, are much Interested In needlework. When a dress-making demonstration Is held there by the home economics worker sent out of the department of agriculture and the state college the attendance Is always above the average. In May 206 club women In this county made hats, and In July 136 made dresses, one class of 53 In Escondido making party dresses. The patterns at these meetings are measured and fitted to the measure ments of their owners, then the dresses are cut and made by the corrected pattern without fitting. Class mornings are usually given over to discussing materials and patterns which are to be worked ...

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. — 14 November 1919

Capitán News N. G. Urown of Picacho snent Grime's Golden Apples S2.00PerBox 1 Just received, fresh nuts of all kinds. Raisin, Citron Orange, Lemon Poel Fresh and Cured Meats, Veget ables, etc. SANITARY MARKET" REILY & LUJAN, Proprietors Phone No. 46-65 Placer Mine and Oil location blanks for sale at the Outlook office. COM 1 NG 2 Carloads of Ford Tour ing Cars, Runabouts and One ton Trucks. Place your order now for these cars won't last long. Prices F. O. B. Factory Touring Runabout 1 Ton Truck Tractor $525 GOO 550 750 Let us have your order order now. Western Garage, Ihé CAURIZOZO, N. M. A to aff-tjoar-rotmcf soft drink Popular demand built BeWs reat plant" (ho most perfect industrial, equipment in the world. Scientifically lighted and ventilated, and provided with every humanitarian device possible for the protection of (he health and safety of it thousands ui eiiiLfjye:...e;iriVfiiiy uiLriieu. Capacity Z million bottles daily. ANHEUSER-BUSCH ST LOUIS ilmiítlíilillm. Jíliilili...

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