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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 11 January 1918

UA1UMKUBO UUTliUUÍV. THE OUTLOOK 'ulillstinl WecVtjr In ths Inttrsit of Carrlioio ml Lincoln County, New Metlco, A; L. aUKKK, Editor unci 1'ubllnbor URQEIT CIRCULATION IN THE COUNTY Entered iw iccond-clao mutter Hamrj I, 1011, t Die pott álfica st (.'srrlioio.Nen Mexico, under tlio Act of March 3, 1879 Advtrtlilng forms clot Wsdnssdsy noo" Mutti eolunni slots Thursday alibi, flll you t not rsoslss jour ppr rsiulsrly, piru notify ! Publlthsr tJAdrsrtlilni tiluoii appllestloa SUBSCRIPTION RATES ONE YEAH. bi Adoses IX MONTHS In Adfistt . OFFICE PHONE NUMDtU 24 $2.00 $1.00 FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1918 YOUR FLAG AND MY FLAG Dear Little Flag Dear littlo flap; in the window there, Hung with n tear and n woman's prayer; Child of Old Glory, born with a star- Oil, what a wonderful flap you aro! Blue is your star in its field of white, Dipped in the red that was born of fiKht! Uorn of tho blood that our. fore bears shed To raise yoür mother, Tho Flag d'erhead, And now you've come, in this frenzied...

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. — 11 January 1918

CAIUMZOZO OUTLOOK. cilKn3Hgey M.MISIIA1. .()! I UK An ho louked when liu landed ill America THE FARMERS' WAR Let us tli In Vc fur a whllo how tliu War concerns tho farmer. Wo went lo war with Ucrmnny partly linuo tho rulers of that ioiiutry reamad to let us hoihI lu Rttrnpo our ships ' Inilun with uralu ititl cotton. Thoy Htitik thu ahlpM anil : mefly murdered our al lorn. Now (iip)i(Mu wu allowed tliuin tu 8lop all 3iir Hlilpiiliii, whore would you bu?. Nono of your hooiJh would bo soli M foreign countrliiH, with tliu ruHiilt that you would tint nothliiK llko tho prlcea wh'eh you pot today. TIiIh wiir . being nngud partly Unit you may ablnln fair prices for onr koimIs. Wlmt tu going in Happen It wo ose tlili war? Prices of farm pro- 1 due will drop; tho Hermana will ' Impost) taxation upon you which will , .-ripple you for tlm next twenty year. Won than that, If the (lar- maim get over here, thoy will trout fon In Just thf same way as they tavB the farm em o( Franco, lielglum Old I...

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. — 11 January 1918

V-"'"'i "Sí OJLOUVtQZQ OlíOOK. THE GREAT ! QUESTION 1 ? l'AKT I. . What (b tar dutjr; what 1 th itMt twlblR and pro" tal. I coursi (H HI to follow In inr private an barillas affair during tliu contlnu anc of tho war? Tb li tke treat qucatton coa frtMlaj- tvory Arlcnn oitl-en. Hire tt n comlinm-icnso reply: i lain re wo aun sultlo tlio matter In il stall, we must rap thoso cloniont nry prlticdulaa yjilab govorn nntlonui allalw. TM dBoti not liivnlvo firenl learn' Inc nr raiBnreh, Mr economic knnwl (ilijo It I!UIb a' j then cimininn uuiiBi f.W'llf'd to bl SUllJtotK. The war w'H be wan by the Na tlon which can piltro thn graatest number of tnon, thu ftrcatftat mnoiinl of malarial In tliu Held, and produce tlio iroalmt umount of foodstuffs to supply Its military nnd civilian forces, This fact in so generally rocognliad that It Is not nooossary to bring forward elaborate urgu menu to provo It. Wo aro n wealthy Nation, and the question árleos nn to whnthur orñót wo enn win tho wnr by thro...

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. — 11 January 1918

OARMKOZO OUTLOOK. - fct tl "ft TOni DuRols is in Roswoll this W86R attending federal court. Mr. mid Mr. E. L. Moulton tiavo returned after n stay of ECVDrnl dnys at Lucy nnd Eh- (ftnoia. Mm. Pearl Crossot will ioavo ntót Saturday for East Lu8 Vigas to ontor the Normal tfiitvorslty. Mil. Mary C. Moulton of Mus kügilo, Michigan, is spending tJJO winter witlT hor son, Ei L. Mfiullon and fumily. 11. M. Uriekloy, a popular townsman of Cnrrlzoío was a vMtor in Corona Saturday and Sunday. Sfoppio Brooks oí Duran lias uiHurud school in Corona. E. L. Moulton made a trip to Cíutííozo Monday of tills weak. Tlio Rod Cross hold its hi Weakly meeting lust Saturday at the homo of Mrs. Lonnio Ad kinson. The apporlionmont to Corona for new members in the Christmas drive was fifty and the number was easily secured. This was duo to the enthusiastic work of Mrs, Moulton and Miss Dora Clements. Improvements begun on Co rona Trading Co's. store are just about finished. With the new cement platform in fro...

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. — 11 January 1918

SECRET OF 'CHARM' Good Grooming Very Different From Painful Neatness. 6tlf-ForgtfulniM, After Making Sure Oni It Well Dirtied, Addi to Attractiveness. Aro you well-groomed, or are you Juxt painfully mu tí There Is n world of difference between tliu two, you Ituuw, ulthough nut a few seem un tiwnro of I lie distinction, 'ilnylmp It's un altitude nithcr limn n fnult In tho grooming Hint makes somo pci)ilu fastidious, while others mutt remain prim, lays n woman writer. Agnln, It Ih undoubtedly un Ignorance, or, worse villi, n dt-llhcrato disregard for the dictates of fiiHlilon, nml particularly In the lltllo things. .Most of nil, It Is llio liuililllly to curry things off with un nlr of smartness Hint kIvcs tho Impression of painful ncutiiCK. Quilo tho host way to overcome this unpleasant stiffness In dress In lo Itrst nee that every singlo feature of the continue Is above reproach, the groom I UK of one's person not by nuy means' excepted, iiiul then to forget ullnliout ono's self. To...

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. — 11 January 1918

nnmniimiiMiHHt When a Woman Wants More Than a Pacifist's Advice I Mother's Cook Book, f HANDLE SHEEP WITH PARTICULAR CARE i'Htti 1 1 iiiitumn By HARRIET CULVER "Someono fs nlwnys taking; tho Joy out of life by Hiking me to (nku sides with them iiikiii nunc mutter Hint's ngitutinj; them," mid the impatient Woinnii, coinilniiiliiKty, n lio stopjicil purging iter lips into prunes nml prisms over lier purling and dropped into plain knitting with n sigli of relief. "Hut when it romes to taking side in a mnttor that concerns apartment Iioubo dwellers and riddles nil Hie tenets of the Dccla rntion of Independence impartinlly, it rectus to me that I, for one, should hesitate before galloping in where angela fear to trend. "Not thnt I don't think hundreds of women wenry of wran gling with ownors and jnnitors over tho vexed matter of distri buting favors would bo plumb tickled to death it Mime determined individual should lake a stand and demand tho right to buy her milk and her ico just as I...

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. — 11 January 1918

CARRIZOZO OUTLOOK. 3Qt J6E 7 ; m People You Know Mrs. Paye Mycrs nnd littfo 'daughter Mildred, nro visiting in Roswcll this week. Sergeant Reams and Dr. wood of' Lincoln, were Carrizozo visit ors Saturday, tH. G .Norman has returned , frm Albuqueniuc, where he has been visiting his mother, who is very ill. MP, Moulton of Corona was in ÍSWTj oh business this week. Mñ Murltti, of Fort Stanton, Spoilt- Monday in Carrizozo. Mr. Jim Cooper and family, aro visiting in Cnrrizozo this week. Mrs. Victoria Thompson and two sons, Milton and Hovcrly, have roturn from El Paso where tiicy visited Miss Vivian Thomp son. Mrs. H. S. Cambcll, entertain ed in honor of her son Carlton, laBt Saturdoy afternoon with a dancing party. As is usual with dancing parties every one enjoy ed a very pleasent time. Those present were Mrs. Camboll, tho hoBtess, Ruth Edmiston, Harriet Kimball, Jack Reily.Lorena Haley nnd Pearl Hyde. Messers. Carlton Mentzer, Wayne Hamilton, Pink Roberts, Homer Donaldson, and Dcanc G...

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. — 18 January 1918

OUTLOOK Published Weekly in the Interest of Carrizozo, and Lincoln County V0.L. SSI-NO. 60 CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1018 PRICE $2.00 PER YEAR -4? NEW MEXICO STOCK AND WOOL GROWERS SEND WARNING Stent l Organisation Working to Destroy Live Slock in Pons flntl on Rungos Aibuiiuoi'iiuo, M. M. Jan. JG-18. Information luis ranched us to the offuct that a certain organ isation which is in opposition to thu purposos of this country ami the best interests of its people in llic prosecution of the wnra gniliBt the enemy, has planned iliis whiter to use concentrated lye and roach powder for killing or injuring the cattle and hogs in yards and feed pens. It is said that lye on rock snlt causos mouth gores, ulcers in the slomuch unci also rots the feet of tlio stock, producing a condi tion similar to that of "foot and and mouth" disease. It Is suggested also that tho organization in question proposes to use muriatic and nitric acids in food fed to hogs causing ul...

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. — 18 January 1918

OARRIZOZO OUTLOOK. CftDÜÍSW mmm HAVE APPETITE FOR PRAISE THE MOONBEAMS. "A pnrlr." chuckled Mr. Moon to himself, lll.i broad tulle grow liromtcr. Ami tlio little moonhcnm ro pen ted nfter htm "A party." "I'll Imvo to see nliont putting oa my liont suit nnd stnrtlng oft for an evening of pleas ure," ho mid. "We Imvo our llttlo suits Ml r vml y," mild tlio mounhcnms, hint ing fur mi Invltn- The Moonbeams tloii to go along Locked Bright, too. "Oil, you Imvo, Imvo you?" nsked Mr. Moon, ns ho grinned. "I suppose I will hnvo to tnko you nlong, thru." Tlio moonhenms looked very bright nnd hnppy.. "Don't you really wnnt us?" they nuked, though they did not iloulit u for 11 tnoinvnt. "Of course I wont you," wild Mr. Moon, "nnd no do tlio people. Moon henim nro bo gny nnd hnppy. They ilnnco nnd they almost seem to slim." "We'll nlng Just for you, Mr. Moon," they mid. And tlio moonlienms Hnng thin song: "Oh, not whtit It'i ar. Do wb Uugh end pUr. Hut whtn II U nltht, Wi ihln ind sr brliht. W 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. — 18 January 1918

CAniUZOZO OUTLOOK i RED GROSS IS GOOD I'll 'III I III II H EaajajE yhawaWpsjP ésBBBBBSBaBBBBBaBBBBBBBBBBa! B 4fajaYaYaYaf3 bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbP jflHkÉBjjHjfiÉjU The Fled Croit canteen where the toldler get real coffee nice and hot and tandwlchei Juit like the Sammtea were used to getting at home li the Joy and ccmfort of the men ai they are traveling. After a long watt at ome ttatlon, a "iwallow" of that coffee and a "bite" of one of thote tand wlchei It their chief desire. And the canteen are alwaye there with mound of goodie to aerve them. The Red Crott treatment ha won the heart of the toldler. I FOR THE POULTRY I GROWER An cgg-lnylng strain cntinot bo pro duced liy Inbreeding. In order for n lien to ho u Rood producer, Turn liar nut writes, hIio must )o In Rood health jjl full of vigor. Uho a mnlo Hint wns F.1 from a hen (hat luid 200 eggs or more In n year, llrced for lilgh aver age Instead of exceptionally high In dlvldtmlH. A good layer usually stand high in front and her h...

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. — 18 January 1918

OARMZOZO OUTLOOK. THE OUTLOOK 'ubllilinl Wrtkljr In lh Inttreit n( C.rrlioio lit) Mncoln County, Nw Mrllco A. Ii. flUllKli, Alitor ond l'nl.lMier lARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE COUNTY Kntcird na trcnnit-clnn mnttrr Janimry I, lOll.dt lliotioitolfitoBt Cnrrloit(),N(!w exlro, under tlio Art uf Mnroh 3, 187 THE SCISSORS COLUMN ABurtUInc luitni el. VilrinJ t noon iwi column! oIom Thurtilay uliht. 111 jou not rterlrt jreur pper rtsularlr. piun not II r 'i l'ubllilin Ailtllilne rtinn mtplle.llan SUUSCRIPTION KATES ONE YEAH, In AJt.nc. MX MONTHS In AJ..nct . OFriCE PHONE NUMIIKU 24 2.00 1.00 FRIDAY. JANUARY 18, 1018 YOUR FLAG AND MY FLAG Seed Distribution Washington, D. C- Senator Jones has received his allotment of fiowcr and vegetable acoda and will lo triad to furnish a quantity to those desiring samo upon re quest. The Department of Agriculture lias also advised the Senator that they propose to have available a small amount of Kansas Alfalfa, Feterita, White Milo nnd Suden Grass seed. Thos...

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. — 18 January 1918

OAIUUZOZO OUTLOOK. Í SECRET SERVICE 1 jj ay DOYD niDQELY MAPSH. (AprHnht, inf. w.Mrrn Nownxptr I'nlon.) "t doU't like I III' foil'ltll KM r I lolly for tltl StrttllftlT. lliidcilffo," NkO IUv Mertnn. "Neither do I," stiithimiited Abel arirom. "U- hcciii n gcnt-rnuB-liourti'il, de cant young fellow; appcare to uiuku friend tcudlly, but he fliilic In iiimmi ill without i'i"i (k'iiil:il or Ititroiluclloii, end outside of tliu fact tlmt lu claims to 1m lunklni oat far coiil possibllitlm up In the hills, wo know nnthtiii; nbout him." Nothing whntevor," chimed In Abel. "Hut I'm solnc to." Vnnco HsilcltlTn Imd boon n Ktiost of tho local hotel for uror two wecbs. Ho Uval null, tint iiriiuiilnied with members of the lrndltiK social not and wu ntiriu'tnd to Dolly Murtón from the II lit hour lit mi't Iiit. '1'liu only pretenso ltitdcllffo mudo to ImvliiK hmdheas ill Ciydo wns strolls down till rlviT whore the hie mills wro located nuil tniini nimuiK thu lililí IoohIiik Tor coal cropping Hint i...

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. — 18 January 1918

Completo Ciinngo I'rogtnm Knrli NIrIiI Mm BRITISH SKIPPER HERO IN FIGHT Tiwutfi Mortally WmiinJed, Rtfueei to Maul Down the Flag. He MS3 70 cmh TO m ! Don, Threw looks OvTboarl," Ht Say, .ind Orders the Craw ta lava Themselves Laudtd by Prime Minister. ' Iin ion. The following, from the Dully 'IVIeirrnph, la n atnry of itmiMunt ' heroiimi nod ilia wlnulug of u Victoria Cross: "In (be speech In which ho proposed flint 11' Hmuk of Mirltani-"it "' CoHlnl t" till' li'illt'll'S liororx, the pn im minister ajHifci- In gloulng tenm nl lliti Men of the fl'hlng fleets, und rnoved the home to cheers na lie told of it trnwh r skipper who, with both lorn Shot olf und most of lila crew hilled or liijiirnl, refund tn tin ul down the flug, n vp tin1 nrdir, "I'l row the I'liiilldfiitlul Im .ks nn-rtiniird, mid llirnw inc uftii' tltcui,' uiu! wciii down with lila iruwlcr. 'I"h story thrilled the whole country nuil now, In o apodal supplement lo (tie Iiondoit Onxett, ruine tho piel, It la iituioiinci...

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. — 18 January 1918

CARRIZOZd OUTLOOK. Grain Men Will Meet All grain dealers and millers, or the fltnto of Now Mexico, nro called to meet D. F. Piazzok In charge of the milling and grain for th southwest, at Albuqucr (iio Tuesday and Wednesday, January 22 23 inclusive for n conference which will by held at the Y. M. C. A. building. The Santa Fe road, has granted a fare and a third for the round trip, on the certificate plan. The "Les Miserables" Although death claimed the literary idol, Victor Hugo, in 1886 his "Les Miserables", tobo at tho Crystal Theatro', Tuesday 22nd., shows the master hand of the author and also of the di rector, Albert Capellán!, and the charactors will live for over, tho presentation that Pathe has given it, being almost monumental. tickets will be offered for sale January 20 to 22 inclusive, and and good for return up to Jan.26. NO. 28 Report of Condition of STOCKMEN'S STATE At Gorona, in the State of New Mexico, nt the on December 31, 1917. RESOURCES 1. Loans and discounts (ex...

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. — 18 January 1918

li. ft-, f, - FOLLOWS STYLE OF TIE SWSS CHALET 'Rustic Dwelling Is Especially At tractive With Rugged Landscape. MODIFIED TYPE FOR CITIES Deilgn Which Hut Little of Elaborate Ornamentation, May Oe Uied to Advantage With the Average Surroundings. Mr, Wllllnm A. Unci ford will answer 'questions nnd she advice l'llEI-; OK COST on nil subjects pertaining tn the eubjoet of building, (or the renders of thla paper. Un account of lila wlilo uxperlence 'as lldltor, Author nnd Manufacturer, lie la, without iloubt, tlio blithest authority on all tlieao aubjpeta. Address nil Inquiries to Wllllnm A. ilndford, No. 1M7 l'lalrlo avenue, Clilcnno, 111., nml only enclose tlireo-ccnt stamp for reply, I Dy WILLIAM A. RADFORD. ' 'i'ho Hover-ending doslro fur some thing "now" which Is it characteristic t tlio American people, litis Its effect on architecture liy bringing Into o In this country tlio distinguishing elm r iictcrlstlcs of nenrly ovcry successful typo of nrclilti'cturu which hits aver icen us...

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. — 18 January 1918

CAItRIZOZO OUTLOOK. 77 We Deep Sea Peril " III BByS VICTOR ROUSSEAU 4 CUPTRIOHT BT W. (. CHAPMAN CHAPTER I Continued. 2 I'ngot nodded, niul resigned himself In IiIh frlftnl'n guidance. "We'll Imvo n little dinner nrnt," said (lie rnptnln. "Wo Imvo un excel lent i'liuf lloro, nuil, between ourselves, 1 Imvo eaten nothing but MiIi'h biscuit for the pnst threo weeks. Anil niter ward, when wo Imvo got our cigars alight, I'll luko you Into tho cnrilroom, which Is never In use, nnil give you my mcssiigo to tho world. It IK embodied inoro fully In my manuscript, which I Nlmll hnnd you before you go. And now let im forget thnt melnncholy cx hlliltlou of liutniiti folly mid fall to." l'lonsed with lit phrase, ho led tho wny Info tho dining room, whero ho did full Justice to uti excellent men). After dinner tho two lit their cl ear, mid tho cniitilii led tho wny out of tho dining room across n small hnll mid Into tho cnrilroom, n little, do sorted place, through tho opposite door of which the...

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. — 18 January 1918

m4 :w-;. ' ' "!W"-' CARRIZOZO OUTLOOK. PERSONALS Mi, nnd Mrs. Clcmonts and Grandfather Clcmonts arrived from Uoswcll Sunday. Mrs, Clements left the party at this point and went to Gallup to visit friends, while the Mcsscrs Clement stopped over Monday and returned to Roswell Tuesday. R. S. Trumbiel, agricultural aRcht for the E. P. S. W. was hero Tuesday. L. D. Morton of Kansas City, was in Carrizozo Monday. A. J. Jones of El Paso, con nected with ' the coal interests of the Carrizozo Development Co., is in town this week. E. P. Elkins of El Paso, was here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Mates of Tulcr osa, passed through here on their way to Capitán Sunday. The representative of "The Eyes of the World" stopped at the Carrizozo Eating House Mon day, Soap! Soap! Soap! at Grooms. Their Ad in this issue explains how to buy it cheap. Lee Prudo of Tularosa, was a business visitor in Carrizozo Monday. Hen Stimmel has just returned from Oklahoma, where he dis posed of a shipment of cattle. He Bays goo...

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. — 25 January 1918

CARRIZOZO OUTLOOK Published Weekly in the Interest of Carrizozo, and Lincoln County VOL. XI-NO. 51 CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1918 PRICE $2.00 PER YEAR Food is Wasted By Sending It To Soldiers The New Mexico Council of Defense haa sent the following resolution as puwed by the Na tional Council ef Defense with a request that the same be publish ed. RMOLUTION "The Council of National De fense desires to inform the people of the country that abundant food ia supplied to the soldiers and ailors in the camps and canton ments, and that the sending of food to these men by their friend's and families is not in any respect necessary; that the aggregate quantity of food thus privately sent is enormous, and that much of it liaving been conveyed long distances in heated express or mail cars is more or less spoiled, and consequently injurious to the men. Therefore in the interests of tho conservation of food and also the health of the men, the Council of Notional ...

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. — 25 January 1918

a DEDIL OARKIZOZO OUTLOOK. VICTOD MASTERMAN'S LIFELONG ENEMY APPEARS AND THE FOR MER IS SEIZED WITH A FATAL APOPLECTIC STROKE. Novol Llcutcuntit Donald Pngct, Just given command of ttio F-53, n submnrlnc, meets at Washington nn old friend and distinguished though somewhut eccentric scientist, Cnptnln Masterman. Masterman lias Just returned from an exploring expedition, bringing with htm n member of ttio strange, rnce, tho oxlstonco of whoso Bpcclcs, ho nsscrts, menaces tho human family. At tho club, tho "Mnrch llares," Mnstcrmnn ex plains his theory to Paget. CHAPTER II (Continued.) "I know It, my boy," tho captain an swered. "1'vo been culled crazy over since I sow tho sen serpent off Aber deen. I havo to thank Mncllenrd for that. Ever slnco ho learned Mint I was on tho truck of something big, ho has been trying to queer me. And when I discovered mnmmallnn llfo on tho sen door, I was called nn Impos tor, which hurt more. Iiut as I seo It, lieutenant, a man enn only ho truo to himse...

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. — 25 January 1918

1 CAItltlZOZO OUTLOOK. Some Famous Women Are To Cause of Suffrage Even if (ho roto provea a burden, ono moro nblo woman rises gallant Ijr to tnoct tho responsibility Knlo Douglas Wlggin, famous tita world over as author nnd for long tho bright particular boast of tho antis, has been won to sulTrago. What makes hor conversion tho strongest kind of testimony, says a writer, is tho fact that it was bo hard wrung. Sha didn't want to bo n suf fragist and says so frankly. It was very difficult for her to chango her point of viow, "built up through tho years by ovory sort of clrcumttaneo, environment, field of work, and temperamental leaning." Hut it had to bo. Tho evidence of tho need of votes for women was tlioro and when sha saw that it was incontrovertible sha stopped trying to controvert it. Sho has sent tho National American Woman Suffrago association tho follow ing statement: "Tho ontlroly now conditions that confront tho woman of today; tho added activities and responsibilities tha...

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