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J;TOWN TALK'jj 1
Lnl J, C. Bonder I ho veteran
miner, wns down from Nogal Tuoh
tiny. Colnrndo polntoe gurnntecd nt
lowest prices Carrizozo Trading
It. 13. 1. Warden drovo down in
Ids nulo from Ancho Tuesday on
Wnnlcd Stock to pnsture, plon
ly of wnlcr, best grazing in Lincoln
county. Enquire of A. Q McOeo
FOR HAL 13: Two good fresh
milch cows. Henglcs fi Tennis
I'olly. N. M.
II. Cnddol has returned frnrr.
Dalhis nnd otlicr points in Texns
wheru he went some few weoks ngo
on, (. bulness trip.
Walk Ovor shoes for men nnd
women are nlwnys right for styla
nnll comfort Cnrrlzozo TrndlngCo.
Miles Mny nnd son, Arthur, were
In Cnrrizczn Tuesdny of this week
(aim Nngnl nnd while hero mndo
the Outlook ofRco n plensnnt call.
Pnrty owning good ranch, plenty
of living water, pasturo for 1000
heads cattle, wants 100 cows on
Minrrs. I3nqulro Outlook. .'1 5-4t
Dr. It h. Ulaiioy was called to
ICanknkee, 111.. Thursday by the
lllncxs of his nged fnther, who is not
expected to live hut a short while
The While Onks Cnttlo Growers
As.ineintinn will hold their regulnr
meeting on April 0th lit Jicnrilla
school house, .Ilcmllla, N. M.
LOST A Gold Urnielet, between
hank nnd depot. Libernl reward
will bo given if returned to The
Mrs. S. W. Perry wns called to
I'lalnview Toxas, the latter pnrt
of Inst week by the lllnesi of her
Spring shirts from Wilson Bros,
nre now on display nt the Cnrrlzozn
Ti ailing Company.
Wo hnve tlio only exclusivo feed
yard in town. Good dry stnlls,
camp house and plenty of good
wnter. Chnrges roasoiinblo J, F.
Wlion In the mnrket for Flour,
Feed of nil kinds, Potatoes nnd
Slock Snlt, cnll on Humphrey
Bros They will bo pleased to quote
you t heir prices.
Rev. It. L. Day went to Colum
bus, tho first of the week, going
down on his now Iudinn motocyclo
that ho recently purchnscd from
the locnl agent, I3d Long. He is
rxprcted to return this afternoon.
MONDAY, MAR. 29, BANK HALL
With tlio oloctlcn of ofTicors for
th ensuing year, the Civlo Lengue
opens another chapter In tho hlstoiy
of the organization. Tho members
have reached the unanimous con
elusion that their work during he
coming year shall bo devoted to th
local comotery, to beautifying an
caring for this sacred plot of ground
Wn nre certain that every ono I
Carrizozo is interested in making
our cemetery as benutiful ns it enn
bo mndo Some of us nlrendy havo
friends and loved ones looping
there, and others mav hnvo before
the present yenr hns passed.
Tho purpose of tho Loaguo is
plant trees, grass nnd (lowers, nnd
n mnny wnys improvo tho premises
Tho dotnll of the work will bo
cnrcfully oonsiderod after it has
Leen mndo to nppcar tbnt tho in
a . . . .. .
lureai oi iiic community is suoii ts
to warrant tho undertaking
So let every Indy who is not nl
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renuy a momuer oe Willi lid at our
noxt mooting, Mondny, March 20th
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m mree o chick, wo want you
to join us in our good work Tho
present membership of tho League
is too email to accomplish that
which wo desire. It is therefore
our plnn to extend to o very Indy of
Carrizozo an urgent invitation to
join our Lengue without delay.
When wo hnvo this needed member
ship, wn cnu limn dovino wnys nnd
mentis for tho immedlnto cnrrylng
into effect of Mir plnns for tho pro
t . rtti.it .
u.it ynur. uuunicu ns we aro in n
small community it is necessary
Hint we nil unite for the ndvnnco
ment of our town.
As n civlo organization we have
done much good for Cnrrizozo, but
wo nro sincerely in earnest when wo
say we believo the labor of love to
i which wo intend to devoto ourselves
during tho present year will bo by
fur tho best wo hnvo undcrtnkon.
Wo need your help nnd wicouago
ment. He with us noxt Monduyi
March 20th , nt throo o'clock.
By order nf Commllteo
WILL LEAVE FOR MISSOURI
MR. AND MRS. BELL ENTERTAIN
Mr and Mrs John 13. Hell enter
tained n few friends nt their home
Thursday evonlng which wns tho
third of n series of entertainments
that nro being given. Tho linusn
was tastefully decorated with house
plautH, nnd music, dancing and unrds
furnished tho entertainment for the
evening. A delicious two courso
luuchfon was sorved. Those pres
ent wero: Mr. nnd Mrs. Irn Greer,
i mr. nun urs. uiiih. nerce. Mr. anil
Mrs. T. A. Spcncei, Mr. nnd Mrs
O. T Nye, Mr. nial Mrs. Osbtirn
Mr nnd Mrs .1. II. Hondea who
have been spending several months Mis,,P!, Oucrgin Lssnctt nnd Kitty
on their homestead at Polly will
tenvo tomorrow ior their home nt
Nevnda, Mo. Within threo or
four months they will return hero
nnd reside permanently. They
wero accompanied by their son,
Morgan ltelly nnd
OPENS BARBER SHOP
,1. A Adams, who has been con.
ducting tho Hurrel Hotel for the
past year, noxt door In tho N. H.
Taylor k Sons hardwaro store, nn
nuunces Hint he will open b bnrbor
shop to bo run In connection with
tho hotel, throwing Its doors opon
tU tho public Snttirdny. Tho new
tensorinl parlor will bo ualled tho
FOR SCHOOL DIRECTORS
At the solicitation of friends Juli
an Toylor and Frank English hnvo
announced as candidates for school
directors to succeed John E. Hell
nnd Chas. A. Stevens. That Is
thoy havo consented to serve if elec
ted, So far no other announce
ments havo been made. The above
gentlemen nre ntnong our best citi
zens nnd if elected will nn doubt
put forth every efforts to keep our
school up to its present stnndnrd
Corred styles in foot wear are only to be hadat this store. The
high quality of our merchandise is also beyond dispute,
We carry eastern lines and also specialize in
Shelby Shoes and Oxfords for Women
e now on disolav in all leathers and
styles. Come in today. See them in
the windows. Priced from $2 50 to
Walk-Over Shoes Always Please. We give you átyle and
quality at a do' lar less. Walk-Overs coát less and wear better.
The new ones for spring are here $3.50 to $5.00.
Baby Doll and Mary Jane Pumps for children. We
extensive line in patents, gun metals and white canvas.
90c to $2.50.
CARRIZOZO TRADING CO.
O. W. BAMBERGER, Manager
CARRIZOZO LIVERY STABLE
CHAS. A. STEVENS, Proprietor.
Safo and Reliable Transportation Anywhere. Old
and New Buggies, Hacks and Harness For Sale.
General Trausfet1 and Drayngo Business Prompt
Located on Main Street
RELIABLES AND PHILATHEAS
Frldny ovening at the Methodist
Church occured ono of the most
enjoynblo soclnl evening of tho eon
Bon Contests nnd games wero en-
oved. tho most onloyablo perhaps
being tho plcluro guessing contest.
Refreshments consisting of Ice
cronm nnd enkn wero served niter
which they depnrted for their ro-
pective places. '
ROAD BOARD MEETING
Tho Lincoln County Road Hoard
will meet in Carrizozo, Mondoy,
April 5th, nt which timo general
usincss will be transacted nnd mils
paid. All bills being presonted to
tho board must bo sworn to boforu
a Justlco nf tho punco or n notary
public. Alio county commissioners
will hold their regular meeting
hero on thnt date
The music pupils of Mrs. D. S.
Donnldton gave a recital at the
homo of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kim
bell Monday ovening In addition
to tho pupils that compriio tho
class a number of grown-ups woro
also present. Tho manner iu which
acb pupil performed showed that
their teacher had dono diligent and
fniihful work during tho short time
these little boys and girls havo
been under her instruction. Ar.
(IN REAL BUILDING)
SHIELDS & SALE, PROPS.
General Garage nnd Repairs of all kinds
lighting and ignition
Wo specialize on
AM. WCUK ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED
Tho features of tho Little ücm
Unrbcr Shop will be: Strictly snnl
tnry, nil Instruments nnd fnce tow
els will be sterilized nfter using
enoh timo. The prices nro 25 nnd
15 cents; neck shnve free,
J. A. Adnms, I'rop.
Litilo Gem Sanitary Harbor Shop, bo at tho court hoube
The election will bo held Mondnv. Itho conoluslon of tho progrnm enke
April 5 th. Tlio polling place will nnd punch wore served. All pres.
cut hnd an enjoyable time
MINING LOCATION NOTICES
The Outlook Is now prepared to
furnish the public with Mining Lo
cation Notices. In the past month
wo havo received numerous calls
for these blanks, but were unablo
to furnish them, Now we csn fill
all orders rsgardless of quantity.
I hnvo leased my ranch nonr tho
mnl iinls to A. Q. McQoo who is
now in charge of samo. Thoso
wishing hay or pasturage may see
him, ns any deal you mako with
him in thnt pnrtieulnr will be will
satisfactory to me. M. B. Foreman.
I wish to announce to tho public
thnt a portln o my spring and
summer millinery Iim arrived and
is awaiting yojuir inspection. My
lino of hats &f millinery goods
will be larger and of a greater
variety than at iny proviou time.
Mrs. A. W. Aums.
ItKV, n K DAY, r.itor
FOR SALE Ono good horse, 7'B " . n,' iK .V Z " ,1 m"
years old, weight about 850. For loUr of the ovening servlco, and
salo cheap. Inquire Outlook, meet with us for both eervicos.