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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo outlook. — 25 January 1918

CARMZOZQ OUTLOOK. THE OUTLOOK Pulillriifd Wwklr In lha Inl.reil o( G'urrlioio Ml Mnmln CouMr, New Mrilm. A. Ii. HtJItKU, Ivdtlor and 1'ublUlicr LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE COUNT? OHterml tn ritil-rlnt rtmttef Jannnr; lt IUIl.nl llioHMt Dlllronl uirrKoxi.ncw tínico, under tlm Aet of Mnrdi .1. 187!) AclttMUtln Inrrn tina. Wpilii'nliir t iioon .Viwi oluiin. fln.'lhnrilr nluht. 'IK ynu 11 r4v jrniif p.ptr r.niilarlr.pitiit. notll ml! on Application SUBSCRIITION KATES ND YRAH. In A.I..M. IX MONTHS In AJ.int. . Ol ricr. I'llONE NUMUi-.R 24 2.00 11.00 FRIDAY. JANUARY 25. 1918 THE SCISSORS COLUMN mi IB XOUU FLAG AND MY FLAG Survey Ordered The survey of the Hot Springs townsito in New Mexico, a few niile3 southwesterly from the dam of the Elephant Butte Pro ject, has been authorized by the Secretary of the Interior. A un ique feature of litis work is the proposed reservation of these springs, about HO in number, which contain highly curative properties, for The use of tiio general public. Alr...

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. — 25 January 1918

fumllles nre bcnolltlng by tin mercas CARRIZOZO OUTLOOK. LODGES COMKT CIIAl'THIt NO. 29 ORDER OF I3ASTHRN STAR Cnrrizozo, Now Muxieo. KcRulnr MeotirtK First WednoHduy of Each Month. All VisitliiK StnrH Cordlnlly In vited. Miw. It. R. sales, Worthy Mntron S. P. MlliUSK, Secretary. -Carhizozo Lodge No. 41 Carrizozo, New Mexico. A. P. & A. M. RcKiiInr commtini cations for 11)18. .Jnn 20 Feb 2.1 Mnr. 28. A nr. 20. Muy 25 Juno 22, July 20, Aur. 17, Sep. 14, Oct. 19, Nov. 10, nnd Dec. 14 and 27. R. E. ülnney, W. M. S. F. Miller, Secretary. Carrizozo Lodge No.30 I.O.O.F Carrizozo, Now Mexico. S.F.Miller,N G tti.A.O.Johnson Secretary Recular meetings 1918 First and third Friday each month. Carrizozo Lodge No. 11. K of P Carrizozo, Now Mexico. McetinR every Monday evening in the Masonic Hall. All memb ers are urged to be present, and visiting Knights welcomed. G. T. McQuillen, C. 0. 13. A. 0. Johnson, K. of R. and S. BIG CORN CROP IS NOW MOVING Moro Than 3,000 Million Bushels Raised In 1...

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. — 25 January 1918

J,fle,,1 'Hf' .""''"ll nf iale for Wr lav be g,,en CAHRIZOZO OUTLOOK. STATE OF NEW MEXICO ' NOTICE FOR I'UBLICATfON rUDLIC LAND SALE LINCOLN COUNTY. tmm I Jki Cb.nil.ilr I Public Ld.i, t Rila 1 New Alealeo. li hereby flvtn tint ruretteot tfawlatoiit 8l an Att el Consreei, JSIrt 4), lift, the- law! of th Itew Utaleo aaii til fuel awl a I lk i .,1 1 1.. lotier ol I'iiM"- l..mle III "Her ate, to thr. llln-el IH'I'lrf. it Í li T I,.v. l.t. Ii JKiTi. l-'EB IB twv l'iwn ni i aril""". , unity ui 1 - Ét K Ifcf . . ft f H M i . J 1 f auua é Al I.inraw, man "i riw -ir.i.., ... itt own hottae therein, tlic (llwinir dea- metí i laño, yii lili É8S t OlSatte SÍSr-íf' T. 6 4. lC 18 i:., containing 1IM.M UtflItlaiéU lor the Santa l'e an. tirant Omn Ifíllroail llond l'unil. No Improve mentí. Sal No. M - WVSWH, Sc. I7 All of Sw! Ml All ol Stc.l9lfoMWl4Bre.Wl WMWhL S. 29i All ol Sec. Wl All l i lit T, 6 S., U. II E.. ronlalnln MI alrta. The Improvement! conillt ol lene Ins, value t.w. &.! Nb, IW -...

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. — 25 January 1918

Messers Lorenzo and Filloy, OARRIZOZO OUTIíOOIC. Will Look For New Ranch I. If Phillips of Alto was In town Wednosdny on u business trip, nt.d In making his rounds dropped in nt tito Outlook office. Mr. Phillips is about to Icíivo for for Arizona and will look for n ranch location, whoro things look the best to him. Ho leaves shortly and will bo absent for an indefinite Bpace of lime. "Mike" at Frisco Word has been received from "Mike" Hnrnott, who recently joined the Navy. Ho says among other things, that enjoys tho ser vice and his present duty is tak ing caro of the guns. Unelo Sam can trust "Mlko" implicitly with care of anything that requires safe guardianahip.as ho is strictly for Ids country first, last and al ways. Will Move Family Here Mr. C. If. Fisk, who is Signal Superintendent for the E.P.&.S W. ,has rented the Comrey res idence, and will move his family to Carrizozo, from El Paso. Wo welcome the nowconiers, who will bo valuable ndditons to our growing population. O...

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. — 25 January 1918

OAItltlZOZO OUTLOOK. c HOW THIS atioiij VEILS ARE NOVEL Our Part in Feeding the Nation NERVOUS WOMAN Huge Chcnillo Dots May Bo Scat BEAVER HAT FOR SCHOOLGIRL 60TWELL (Bpeclat Information Service, United State Department of Agriculture.) HOW A COUNTY SELLS ITS POULTRY tered Over Surface. Told by Herwlf. Her Sis. Vogue for Metal Embroidery Has Ex tended to Thla Aeeetory Plain Type Alwayt In Qood Taste. Dots and dashes. It sounds like n canty Should Con vince Others. l3 Co-Operatlve Can Carry Produce of Southern Community to Detter Market. MARKET PROBLEM SOLVED BY WOMAN Mississippi Town and County Pool Eggs and Poultry. IDEA WAS NEW AND UNTRIED Plan Proved Succeiiful and May Well Be Extended to Other Placet De. partmcnt Will Aid Any Com munity Desiring to Start. When Cnrroll county (Mississippi) fnnncrs mid town people begnn Rotting together Inst himihoii on co-operfitlvo shipment of cnttlo nnd hogs tho busi ness men financing pooled cnrlots nt cost u woman In tho couifty nroso to n po...

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. — 25 January 1918

t-r-H OAIUUZOZO OUTLOOK. 1 f. a'.: APIÑGNATUR TO PfíOTCCT f fófflWG MA MAOHS, AT MXAfCl fífJCíüLC n&3 or OTAD BOUWÓ Dy nODEHT H. MOULTON. CONCKAUID licncatli a deceptive exterior. Hlmtilntlng Hi" vlelnngo, grent destructivo initclilnt-H of modem warfare llo In wait for mi opportunity to spring out upon tito enemy, belching forth it lirciitli fur moro tcrrlhlo mid deadly limn tluit of tlio fiililed Unisons. Tito Incautious prey, seeing nothing dnngcrous, ap proaches too near nud Is lost, "Cainoulhigo" Is thu jnllUnry term given this nrt of mceiiuñTciil 'deception, nnd a linst of new olllces uro drafted Into the business of wuglng war. Tlio Inmbjcnpc nrtlst nnd tlio sccno pntnter now rinploy their several nullities In rendering death-dealing devices, trenches mid vnntugo points sceuro from husillo observation, Tlio concón' trnted liiKenulty of matt Ih dally emu lating nature In conceallnK tlio true being -;f deadly weapons. "Cnmouflngo," as though wo lmd dis covered a new method o...

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. — 25 January 1918

CAMUZOZO OUTLOOK. toc People You Know Mrs. John Farley was an El Paso visitor Monday. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Swearing en wont to El Paso Monday, to attend the funeral of Mr. Swear ingon'a father, who was the victim of an accident last week, in that city. F. A. Ulery went to El Paso on business Monday., Miss Margie Lacoy will givo a patriotic reading, "Ladies to the Hospital," at the Methodist church Sunday evening. Watch for the announcements of the Home talent play to be given by the Home Missionary Society. Mr. Albert,Ziegler is affecting a very dignified walk. Thofnct that he is now a grandfather may have something to do with it. - Mrs. Harris. Vera Harris and Cora Colo left for El Paso Monday. Mre. C. McGregor and children of El Paso, visited the Kirby family Inst week, returning home Monday. Guy Kirby and Henry Hoff man arc in El Paso this week. Mrs. H. B. Hamilton and sons, Wayne and Mayo went to El Paso tho latter part of last week. Mayo will enter school in that city. In sniteof...

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. — 1 February 1918

Vil.! RIZOZO OUTLOOK Published Weekly in the Interest of Carrizozo, and Lincoln County VOL. XI-NO. 52 CARRIZOZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1018 PRICE 92.00 PER YEAR -"CAR Young Herrón, Writes Home In Poetry In RetrospectionYonng Sailor Grows Poetic in Letter To Home Folks U. S. S. Brooklyn December 22nd, 1917. Dear Mother and Fnthor: Just received three letters from you nnd was glad to henr from you. Mother, you nskwhy Ihnvo not written? I have wrote two letters since I have heard from you, but will write every week after this. I am sendintr home a Christmas presents, and few hope you will got them. I nm saving .$0.00 a month. I will bo home boforo another Christinas rolls around. In thinking of home, I will express in irootry, ns host 1 can: At ovening when work is done Aid the aun is sinking low, I think of my old homo town, way back in Now Mexico. I can see those lofty mountnlns whoso summits roach the sky, And in the distance I can hour The lonesome coyote'...

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. — 1 February 1918

OAItllIZOZO OUTLOOK. We Deep Sea Peril VICTOR ROUSSEAU A oorrmoiiT dt w.a.cturMÁN CHAPTER III (Continued.) Ilo could trnco tho movement, n of somo Invisible body. Ho snw tho ripple glide forward nlonK tho stir fuco, Ktrlko thn gins wall opposite nnd continue nt n right tingle, turning ngnln nnd ngnln n tho erratum con tinued on It Hteiuly course. Tho sen sation was uncanny. Cnpttiln Mns termini's word enme back to Donald ! Tvo brought my special"!) lmme." Ilo was aware of nn Impulso to bolt. In stenil of which, however, lie conceit trnted nil hi nttentlon on the tank. Tho movement In tho water sub Hided. Donald had the Impression thnt tho Invisible crenturo bad stopped nnd wiih regarding blm. He aw n i?entlo swirl n If n body stood upright with in the tnnlc. Then n sound from tho Hccond tank drew him toward It. It wan n miislral ringing, exactly llko that produced by drawing tho finger til nroniid tho top of a bowl of water a long-drawn sound, sweet and clear. Donald looked Into thi...

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. — 1 February 1918

Han OAIIUIZOZO OUTLOOK. f HI YEAR'S GREETINGS Tho Heads of Canada's Western Provinces, and Their Message. Tlie United HIiiIck having ticen In tho grout world' WMr for itliout nlno months, tho touch of wnr's spirit linn pormcntcd the great commonwealth, ond In nvory hamlet n tut district In felt end shown tho Intercut Unit wait to lio expected from n pcoplo whoso lovo of liuerty nnd Jimtlro rises supremo to nil lso. Day hy ilny their npprccintlon of whnt It mentis to glvo up now for tho futuro happiness of themselves and tho generation!) that follow crown Brcatcr and greater. Thero will bo Josses of loved ones, hut thero will ho no hndgo of mourning to Indícalo ho STont Borrow that will ho felt. It Is roallzcd that tho sacrifico U tho toll thnt I (lumandcd for making Iho wholo world hotter, and, sensing this, thcro Is preparation nnd willingness to sac- rlllco until tho goal tho defeat nnd downfall of desputtsm In assured. When tho pvoplo look hnck, nnd boo what Canailn has dono, nnd...

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. — 1 February 1918

OAnmzozo outiíook. THE OUTLOOK SEND IT IN mi IB i'ublliLnl Wrekty In th. lnltreil nf C.rrlioio mi fjlaooln County, N.w M.1I.0, A. I,. HUIlKli, Alitor mul I'ublUlier Mtmktr l Writm Frill AiiMlilltn lARGEST CinCULATION IN THE COUNTY tillered m ieconil-cln matter January i, mil, iu inepniimiiranii.nrnioio.Ncw Vleileo, under the Act of Mnrrh 3, 1870 Aamtlflng fonni eloi. WrlnUr l noon eolunm loMThurtUr nlhi. If you i not iimIii yaur ptptr itiultity, piM notify ih. FublUliir JAiNdlliln ntMon ppllttllop SUBSCRIPTION RATES "NE YEAR. lAJi IX MONTHS la AJiuct . OFFICE DIONE NUMDKK 24 2.00 I.CK FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1918 YOUR FLAG AND MY FLAG WAR SAVINGS COMMITTEE The Secretary of the United States Treasury has appointed the following committee t( handle the War Savings Camp nign in this state: Hon. H. W, L(ndsoy, Governor of New Mex ico, Hon. Antonio Lucero, Sec rotary of State, Hon. J. II. Wag ner, Supt. of Public Instruction, Mr. Hallot Raynolds, State Dir ector, Mr. Hermaji G. Ilfeld Assist...

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. — 1 February 1918

lor Hie sania ic nnu itrani uiuni J,," road Ilond I'll mi. tinprovcinenti conilit , t l i ,, ...l... I II, ,..L. ..... ptnaaoit. ineiici tnai it nine bis-1 CAimiZOZO OUTIiOOK. STATE OP NEW MEXICO NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION PUBLIC LAND SALE LINCOLN COUNTY. Olflee ol the Commlnlontr ol Public Ltadl Stnl It, New MCIICO. Notice It herebjf siten Out pursuant to the prutleions ol en Act ol Couiress, erwote.f June . . the law ol the il Hm Xirmlea and tilt rulfl ADd regulation ol the State Lend Olllce, the l,oinm ssioner 01 ruont i.nni win nun at public iilr, to the highest bidder, at o'clock A. M.i on Tuei'iar, Ataren zdiii. 191 in Hie town ol uminto, imimr 01 Lincoln, Stale ol New Mexico, In Iron! ol tlte court nouse iiierein. ine iunmiiif un rlued tract ol lend, vis: ..S.ie No. 10M - SWUNF.JL SNWJL NWU SWU, NliSKtf, Sec' Ml l-ol 4. Sec, 191 IIM 1 nrc ill i. u a.t , ,fiH . cree eelecled lor the Santa 1 and Grant County Kailroail uonu lumi. no improve menu, Site No. I0M - WMWK, Sec, 17l AH ol ...

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. — 1 February 1918

TíMIl IIIIÜMMt II IIIISS1IS ill .mi ',.v?w.ifi.sn-' w ii i I'i'ii iw in si in ii i i in is i ins iiniits w im unís ass GAMUZOZO OyTIiOOIC - Fl iSBB '. jr.' . mrf-f - villus l w 1 -T-jst-p lodges ! SUGAR CONTROL COMKT CHAl'TKK NO. 20 OM)Eli OF EAST13UN STAK GnrnVzo, Now Mexico, HoKulnr Mectinp; First Wednesday of Each Month. All VisltitiB Stars Cordially In vited. Mns. R. R. HALE, Worthy Matron S. P. Miller, Secretary. -CAimizozo Lodge No. 41 Carrlzozo, Now Mexico. A. P. & A. M. Regular communi cations for 1018. Jnn26 Feb 23 Mor. 23, Apr.20, May 25 June 22, July 20, Aur. 17, Sep. 14, Oct. 19, Nov. 10, and Dec, 14 and 27. R. E. Rlancy, W. M. S.'F. Miller, Secretary. Caiuuzozo Lodcje No.30 I.O.O.P , Cuirizozo, Now Mexico. 'T; S.F.Millor-,N G Sec-rotary Rt&ular meeting! 1018 First aiid third Friday each month. Camuzozo Lodge No. 11. K of P Carrlzozo, Now Mexico. Mooting every Monday evening in the Masonic Hall. All memb ers are urged to be present, and visiting Knights welcomed....

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. — 1 February 1918

OAimfzDzó utr00rc Snmson Shorn A queer looking individual, made hitnupenfanco in town tliLs week, and viattod tho difforont places of hiwineM, and finally turning his nttoution to privuto neighborhoods, almost friKliton tho wits out of sovoral ladies. Officer Hun West was notified and instituted a search for tho in truder, who was described as having long shaggy hair, and n man's size growth of busliy whis kers. Mr. West had about given tip the search, when in conversa tion with L. T. Cecot. of the Carrizozo Eating House, it was found that a party answering tho discretion of " his whiskers" had in some unaccountablo man ner, engaged n room for tho night and no doubt, was at that timo in the land of dreams whero sand storms are unknown. Mr. West forced an entrance to tho room, and saw protru ding from tho coverlids, a full grown crop of spinach. His maj esty was placed under arrest, given a hearing from which nothing resulted any moro than that he proved to bo an aim less tourist, an...

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. — 1 February 1918

ü?. GAHHIZOZO OUTLOOK. f THE TWO By Lcwia F. Crawford, President State Board ol Regcnti, North Dakota ('Tho Hymn of thu German Sword" nppenred lu n German paper published In Leipzig, Germany, nml lini been widely copied In papers of other countries, A copy which caiuo to tho attention of Lewis r. Crawford, Hcntlncl llutto, Ñ. D president of tho state board of resents, Impressed him so strongly that ho prepared "Tho American Hword," as a contrast to tho spirit shown In "The German Sword.") HYMN OF THE GERMAN SWORD It Is uo duty of mino to be cither just or compassionate- It sufllccs that I nin sanctified by my exalted mission, and that I blind Uio eyes of my ene mies with such streams of tears as shall mnko tho proudest of them crlngo In terror under tin vault of heaven. I liavo slauKhtvrcd tho old and tho sorrowful i I havo struck off tho breasts of women; nml I liavu run through tho bodies of children who gazed nt mo with tho eyes of tho wounded lion. Day after day I rldo aloft on ...

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. — 1 February 1918

. . mm in ' ii m i i i CAIUUZOZO OUTLOOK. HI Our Part in Feeding the Nation iHpc. la1 Information finrvlce, U B. Department of Apiculture.) BILLIONS IN FOOD HARVEST-PROTECT THEM. Ratprooflng Dwelling and Storehoutei Will Reduce Food Losiei. BIG CROP WORTH $10,700,000,000 Estimate of Department of Agri culture for 1917. STATE OF ILLINOIS IN LEAD Farm Value of Nation's Production Two and One-Half Timet That of .1909 Crops Include Cereals, Po. tatoes. Hay and Cotton Lint. Thirteen principal fnrm crops In tills country In 1017 hint u vuluo ut tliu fnrm of $10,700,000,000, nccordlng to estimates of tliu United States depart ment of agriculture, or nearly two and OIH'-Illllf tllllCS tllU VIllUU for tllU CCIIBUS year lUOi). Tills amount Is about four fifths of tho vuluo of all crops. Theso crops Includu sown cereals, flaxseed, potatoes, sweet potatoes, tamo luty, to bncco, and cotton lint. Threu states rtund out far In tho lead In their share of this crcat and unprecedented total, Illinois...

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. — 1 February 1918

Octavinno I'eroa, an forro on People You Know Slioriff C. W. Hyde roturned from Springor, N. M. where lie dilivorori young Robert Arman dorflz to tho reform ichool. Mr. Hydo reports bad weather all aiortf the line. C. L. Morro oí 11 1'ano, was in town Tuesday. L. B. Sylvester of Monte VitUi ül., wm vliiting friends in Car rMoaooti Tuwuiny of this wjek. W, F, Franklin, of Chicago, nansd through on his wny to Roiwall. Henderson Wnrnook nnd Gil bart Gordon of Alamogordo, Were Carrizozo visitors Wcdnes dhy. ' Go to Groom Uro'e whon you ra aonle hutiRry. Soo their ad and profit by it. J, D. Walker, of Encinosowns a buginess visitor Tuesday. P. Ktchborry, who, bought out tho Mocho Uros, ranch interoHts, was in town Tuesday. Mm. J. It. McKay arrived last woük from Crystal City, Texas, to join her husband. Thoy vill make Cnrrizozo their future homo. . W. r oster of Raton, ar rived in town Friday, and is now in tho omploy of the E. I. S. W Groom Bros "Apple ad" will htturost you, if you like...

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. — 8 February 1918

Published Weekly in the Interest of Carrizozo, and Lincoln County J- i. L: : ti Ü L. VOL. XI NO. 52 CARRJZOZO, LINCgLNCOUNTY, UBW MEXICO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8,lltt8 PRICE $8.00 FBR "YEAR Ex -Governor : Will Respond to 'Gov. Lindsey Meeting of Stockmen and Horse Growers, at Las Vegas Will Be Im portant One At the meeting of the Now Mexico Cattlo and Horse Grow ers' association in La" Vegas in March, Governor Lindsey will deliver the address of wclcomo for the state. Former Governor W. G. McDonald will make the response, as a number of the livestock men's association. The program as tentatively drawn up at a meeting of tho executive committee in Las Vegas indicates that the sessions will be interest ing and profitable. William R. Morley, president of tho association, will deliver the annual address at tho morn ing session tho first day. Robert P. Ervicn, commissioner df public lands, will speak on matters rolating to the impor tance of tho present state land policies to the livestock in...

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. — 8 February 1918

oAnmzozn onTi.onic THE DEEP SEA PERIL By VICTOR ROUSSEAU PAGET SINKS A GERMAN CRUISER AND IDA KENNEDY ENTERS THE STORY. Nnval Lieutenant Donnld Paget, Just Riven command of n sun mnrlne, meets nt Washington nn old friend nnd1 distinguished though somewhat eccentric scientist, Captain Mnstormati. Mnstormun has Just returned from nn exploring expedí Ion, bringing with him a member of the strange race, tho existence of whoso species, ho nsscrts, menaces the human family. At the club, tho "March Hares," Mastcrmnn ex plains his theory to Paget. The recital Is Interrupted by tho nrrlval of u lifelong enemy of Mnstorman, Ira Mncllcard, and tho former Is seized with n fatal paralytic stroke. From Mnstcrmnn's body Paget secures documents bearing upon tho ijjfcovery nnd proceeds to tho home of the scientist. I'agct proceeds to sea on his submarine, the FC5, nnd encounters n Gorman cruiser. CHAPTER IV Continued. At first tho hum of tho electric mo tors dominated all other sounds, but gradually...

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. — 8 February 1918

GAIUHJ50Z0 OUTLOOK. WESTERN CANADA'S CEREAL CROP One of tho Best Ever Harvested. Tho cereal crop of Western Canada for 1017 was tho most vnlunlilo ona over Iinrvcstod; tho returns from nil classes of llvo stock tnivo been equally satisfactory, Tho wool clip was not only grcutcr than In any previous year, but tho price obtained was doublo that of 1010, which In ttirn was almost doublo that of tho year before. As was tho enso In 1010 and 1010, many farmers wcro nblo to pay for their land outright with tho proceeds of their first year's crop. Further evi dence of tho prosperity of Western Canada Is shown by tho fact that ono In every twenty of tho population Is now tho owner of an automotive, if tho farming community alono Is taken, It will bo found that tlio proportion of antomobllo owners Is still grcntcr. Tho bnnlc clearings of tho leading cities of Western Canada wcro consistently higher than they wcro In tho corro Dpondlng periods of 1010, and then they wcro higher than tho year p...

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