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title: 'Carrizozo outlook. (Carrizozo, N.M.) 1910-1945, November 26, 1915, Image 8',
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he II lludMle was hero fro in
Willie OhVb Saturday.
IIiulii'Ml iirlurn paid fur I1
tt'.lijr'at Zlpftler Uror.
Win. Lindsay of Furl Stnnton
u rip In uirrizozo wciiiipeimv
tu relit guns
Jamta'Coi'tper, Jr and' wlfo were
liHoTruin fochi Thuisdajv
, '.'Tho llui.no ' of Standard Mér
il . nil II I hi.. D.-.I rti.l.fl--lt
CllonillM! ' . mil S3i)M Jieprr ini-
hoi II fDfckrr,1tfitHli itmpeiitqr
. -of Alarnognriju Ja tn "l0 ci,v on
Do your Christmas shopping
furljr'nml avoid Iho 'oliiventh hour
Fred, rfinu'4lcn of Lincoln wa
' among iho. visitors to,' 6ar'rUo':so
i . .? 1 ; ' í ' mi
. Mrn sí Jij.vn,p,'imfl jvotly. styles
"vn,.FTiírilifÍin Shoa il;jto . season
jo ío.-wit'r uro;(
Huy. yliur .lWi.uraitil.iM.4' tcpa
. fiom Wm. M Harnett aud ovo
inney..; ,I,hnuo,S(l. v ji;) ll( j ,
''."Dudgfi" Lain-cyMW. jIjiW'
here frnm thoNoKiil .intsinAVill'irfl;
v4lr3 H1 li-fjnrhorof T'liriMiMUvefA
vR'sMti "t'or'rfxtiz'rt ,ThUrtdy Hiirou'e
'lo White Oi.1h on it busline iñtM
V -4. " ' . .. . ..ll I
U.ynu hto mundillo; id iiit-vn ni
"wuiiT i'nirk ti.tillo'-soo W'XwhiW,
piiu'iiiRT()UiIArder lid Juiíi ,1-hr
i?JMra. It. F( Nnrrto iiiuPUIlllillen ufi
"HlVasñ Mpnitt Ihu first off hV Week.
in Cnrrizono visiting friends
't Tiio Clipper Onk Heaters from
,10 W) to $12.50, the best stove on
'é i rlh fur tho money .-N. It. Tay-.
lor it Sons.
Oxear Bamberger, manage- of
tiio Uarrlzozo .ratting Jo , was a
'husineris visitor to El l'uto the first
(if tho week.
, N, H. Taylor k Son hnva ro
reived a largo shipment of Heaters
.and Ranges. Get their prices he
'ftire'ruuking your purchase.
Wuntrd: A few roomers; enti
,'alto furninfi hoard if deslled. En.
'qulro Outlook office.
'Mr. nuil Mm. Ilnhn'rt I Rrvlnn
.i V . ,
of Suntn lis word among tin gucetH,
.registered at tho Cnrrizozp gating,
''House Thursdav. .
Como look over our,, iloek right '
fherp in vour home town befnr?'coh
.milling tho'eatalngue houses "it will
r,pny oil.'.'. 'Ipglor.HuM,
" UugHtie F. Jones of 0icuri was b
'busineis visitor to tho county seat
' f tfeüdhy ' and Wednesday of this
'For Sato: Ileh Firth atllo, "lOt l
model, for cash tir will .trs lie for
tilo First class condition. En-
Take your old hats to Mrs. Jno
Kahler. site can make ttieni over
fbtyOtl ami they will look as well
aa now ones.
Mr 0 A. Williams nod daugli
lerj MIsh Johniito Hpiller, ar spend
(fig Uio week it PataoiH, Hie guests
riUir.and Mrs. S. II. Nickels
(j. I,. Jackson totiiroed from
luaenlx, Arlsona, Wcdtipsday oven
itig wl)ero liq went eeverHl lays ago
lb look over some mining properly.
Mri lliurrnnti ni u.1 run was
-.A - iliagUeat of Mrs. Finnic Maxwell
; r,wlWeuneday, returning to bir home
fye fhildwihB morning.
' Dr It, 13 nianey and 8yl 0.
Andomon rntiirned Tuesday evening
from a limit big (rip In tho Om-iiio
mountains, brinclng back a deer.
Mr. and Mrs. A II. Tiffany aiid
dinghler, of Cedar Ilapids, Iowa,
are hero for a visit tilth Mr. and
Mrs. I) 1). Tiffany
Mr. rind Mm J. F. Kimbell and
daughter, Harriet, are visiting with
ihu family of J! M. Hice at. Parsons.
M.Ü. Porter of Corona was in
the city Saturday evening, coming
down In nttpnd a meeting of the,
Dr. Itobert T. Lunas, A J." Rol.
land, Truman, Ai.Spenccr and Tex
Loughroy spont the first fow days
ot the week in the While Oaks
country In quest of big game, but
were not very successful.
FROM H. S. MANNER
Wldle Oaks, N. M., Nov. 18, '16
Mr. Tilos. O Luster,
Carrlzoa'i, N M.
Dear sir: Noting life recent
article yru ptlblíihed of triy wo'rk,
llftfltriucli-' nsl Riii'li' -has' beioinb
i'tioOi'ifi.e'M'ry áiid (he fifuny' In.
'qlilrcV'Wtf, Seachltik" me', lóü
i)meroU(! Io hihko rejilics by letter,
Wtitiá tlfH means to téclnrncntu
iftlif ''diafrr ViAr-AII liroUdi -flier
toliiuiiia 'of tlib Outlook' fitt Vour
iAíd"i!flíieé. and only wish I could
i . - '.. f i. . .- .
ueerriuo my iceiiugs us r tense
1 he, alms ,api .'.mot hods of my1
work are now too well known to
n'éed lengthy expnaílion here. ' In
a word, it strives to assist the on
lookrr.to altaiu In larger measuro
the educational and cultural possi
bilittes thut Involves a flavor that
pleases and soothes tho human
heart and mind.
And may I add "moving pictures
have como to stay." The whole
world is photo play mad! Never
In ihu history of the human race
litis inch a popular form of enter
tainment swept this globe
Moving plot u run are just as wide
ly patronized in all foicign coun
tries. That is the reason why tho
demand for photo plays Is so eriorm.
ÜU.0' , "Z u,v, ,m,N ""J
promlneu tnovinR pic ore pro.
dncers. It la estimated, that at
jeMl' 3000 ji0w nhoto nlava are
TM. : il r...
produced, yearly in the United
Slates alone. This will give you
some idea vf t lib demand for well
Tiio wholo world says, "give us
somotlng now", produoe'ra of mov.
ing pictures will pay for good
Tiio services of such people are In
domand here, now, today.
11, S. Ilanner.
Several experts as well an a fow
mlnlulng men havo been doing tho
camp within the last week or ten
Up to the prrsent writing, in spite
of "old probilltles," tho weather
forecaster, tho old tlmor, tho id
miinac, or tho gooso bone, cool
iiiglitn and warm sunshiny days
hnva provatled up herd In this niche
in tho hills for tho post two mouth
After being victimized to the
I lino of Several hundred dolían II
S. Haniter has thrown tip Ills
lion as target master Mr the
hoodlums and removed the
glass from tho front of tho old
Whi tman building. Other people
slmllatly situated now take wnrn
W II. Bjaman, formerly at the
head of tho s:liool of mines a
Socoro, but for many years a mln-
ing operator In Mexico, has been
offered and has nccepte.d the pnsl-
ilnn of superintendent of the
Wulghttnan properties; ot this place
Evury available hnuso in town Is
now occupied', ns well as those not
heretofore considered fit forá whilo
in(.n to liyi) in. '.What, will tho win
ter bo to iiiniiyjthat oru cmniin? in
here, looking for vork andfindlng i
not? There In tho strongest proba
billly (hero will be but little lb'.
crease in the Iprcp, now at work in
the mines until ntxl spring.
Almost every day now tho once
familiar lace of an old timpr.of this
camp shows Up on our streets' with
Uiat,."I)oti't' vou' renle'mber mo"
look cropping nut all over his face
Even Jim Culp, the "Irrepressible
Jim, who In the long ago tunnelled
clean through tho ridge on the
Little Mao, hobbled up tho other
dayjas picturesque and sereno as
the unrufflod villian in the moving
Thn superintendent of a school of
mines in m neighboring city outno
up. tho other day and" looking ilnto
our mines for an' hour or two de
livered.the .unskowabbled, u invar
pedand 'supcr-tcientifio opinion that
there, is.liothing'in.tlio camf, that
tho o.ru.is not- con'tlnuous'nntl Ilia'
oven (lie lungute'ii only Appears in
pnckcltMiml that tlwi parties who
hni) lately- bought , in hud bsen
bilked, orlvvords to that efTcnt, If
this be. true then White Oaks must
tip truly',and categoricly doomed.
Strange fhatlthese. scientific, gentle-
mcp and these rtthdr mlhlng ex.
p'erts, wfo generally go around
with leather legglnn and bare heads
that th.e sun may ripen their
upper stones no doubt shorld have
been making these kind of reports
for the past thirty years or more
about us while the perverso old
camp has been going right along
until it has produced over two
million dollars In gold bullion. And
as to the tungsten, tbeso "pockets"
have produced well on to $100,
000 during the past two months
and are otill producing day and
night while the hills aro full of peo
ple hunting now pockets. Selehl
SARGAIN l? RANCH PROPERTY
Good stunk, gralul and timber
ranch of 414 acres, in Douglas
cotinty, Oregon 2 1 2 miles In good
town, about 100 acres in cultivation
about 300 acres in timber and past
turo, a yield of 00 bushels of whoat
and oats aro not uncommon In this
locality. -Fruits nf nonrly all kinds
yield well. This placo k divided
into five pastures and each subdi
vision has a fino spring of water.
Tho place la equlped with 3 largo
barns and will make a choice Dairy
ranch the barns being large and
roomy so that alt tho dairy stock
can be housed as well as all the feed
tuft , and there are about ICO acres
f this that is covered with virgin
ceder and red wood timber and
being in 2 1 2 miles of tho shipping
point will mako tho timber worth
moro thou is n&kcd fur tho entire
placo. In font tho 2 story 7 room
lioiiiii, tho barns and other biilldlugi
and improvements on tho placo
have cost tie much as the placo can
bo botignt for Price $12000 00
Terms, 1 2 cash, balance in annual
pnymentB of $.'00 00 each, witl
nteresl of 8 per o'ent on deferre
payments Sladttnhn &.
VlÉf inf 'fliMif iif iif mr nan if nr 1
Club House Quality
For Thanksgiving g
Our stock of fancy groceries
for Thanksgiving is filled with
only the Choicest
klin, McVeaíl ' Products
Club House Oyster ;Cocktaíaüce ,
Club . House Salad Dressing .
Club House Plum Pudding
Club House Candied Cherries '
Cost a Trifle More But the
Quality Will Please You
New Nuts of all kinds. Cit
ron, Orange Peel, Lemon Peel
and Cluster Raisins.
" ' ' U I-
Special for Wednesday: Bell
Peppers, Lettuce, Celery,
Pine Apples, etc.
Carrizozo Trading Company
WALK OVER SHOES
m WM. M.
Hay, Grain and Coal .
Freight and Qqnqrtil Transfer Business . ,
TRIPS MADE TO AMY PART OF THE COUNTRY
'Phono 80 .or 91
L'orated nit El Pam Ave., tint iloor south, ot Lumberyard t
If you want to know all about
Protection vs. Freo Trade send pos
tal catd request for free sample
eoples of Iho American Economist,
339 Broadway. New York.
IAKERY GOODS DELIVERED
' Phone 37 for Cinnamon Rolls,
Cake! etcPure Food Uakery.
trn.l tnnrli n.l wvtfM A4ui or ik Rl
fi-1 l' 1IWU' , tiM or 'Iuj.j BTUi t Jj
t ... Mnifn nrnnall I ,1
I aoic rof- mm r
D. SWIFT ÜÜ,
303 Seventh St., Washlnnton, D. 0.
unit (rltf lJlarléf IrftfÉrTriÉftÉtrtÉf
Tho recital gtyen last idtjht,, at
the Baptist Church by fllsa Merpsaa
Thompson, the elpeutionlst of Chi.
ciigo, was a high class entertain
ment and gavo general satisfaction
to the entire audience. However,
a very small crowd was in attend,
ance, and the entertainment from
A ilnancia! stand point was not
much of a success.
BUts of Ohio, cttr of Xotdo, l.
. I.ucm County, (
Vrank J. Chniy moteen ontli Hint hit ti
tnlor pitrtnor nCtlis nrm or !. J. Chum
ft Co.. dolnir btialnt-aa In tiio Cliy of To.
Jfdo. County anil Htni nfnrrimlil, ami
that unid nrm wlll!ny. ItiA aiim oí ONI3
IIDNDItRD DOl.t.AltH for nrli nnd ey.
fry rm oTCntnrrh that rnnnot piitcd
by tila uta of IIAl.t.'ll CATAIUUI C II It 13.
... KIIANIC J MIHNIJY.
Birnrn to lieforo mo nnd autim-rflx-d In
niy,pr5ncf, t lila fill day of l).cenitr,
A, 1) 1B90.
(Stal) A. W. C1M5ABON.
Itatts Cntnrrli Cqr tnkah Jntenmllr
nna nets directly upon tint Mmut -nil mu
yuui itinnrM m iiitj lyvieinv oenti jot
mon iil. rrrit.
J". J. ClIlCNRr A CO, Toledo. O.
bY all Drureliti. V.
lull's r-mliy mit for ronatlpaltoa