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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 20 November 1908

lidf County Unit w oc he CEarlsbaft (Enrmtt SEVENTEENTH YEAR CARLSBAD NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY NOV.. 20. I OOH NUMBER I I' 1 CHANGE AT NATIONAL Meaart. Houaer and Armstrong SaJI Their Stock and Withdraw. A SUBSTANTIAL INSTITUTION A Brief Resume of its Past Showi it to be a Credit to the Town The New Men Well Known, Reliable Business Men Hearing there had been a change in the ownership of the National Hank of Carlsbad, the officials were interviewed by this paper yesterday. II. A. Houser, president, and R. B. Armstrong, cashier, have sold their entire stock in the bank to C. II. McLenathen, C. M. Rich ards and Elliott Hendricks. Mr. Armstrong has resigned to seek less confining work and Mr. Houser to return to Illinois, their resignations to take effect January 1st, liXri. at which time Mr. McLenathen will be presi dent and Mr. Richards cashier of the bank. The new men are both old friends of the Cl'RRENT and it is fortunate if there is to be a change that the officers are to be local men,...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 20 November 1908

ti.te will flaht. The town ia on the luiinarii. right, my la'lly hurta me no. I winl.rrfT Mr l.i.t will ran- If I esiiMit and heel aome .now. I walk un a the ll ipi ra ll m-r and lamí riere till I ihiver. Tu hell with Wahl'irn and hia litl. I'm tro liara tnSfciiiK Itiver HaeTurrr. I.kUraw. hliould us.- ti,.- tumi ti uthri pur- ,nr (ltri,i Wft-K tl;iH lO'lslst i h It' 11 V tif ' laaaafc aurriin f iil.y nt lila pulí, riniil.t , n.u.nan.r uk....l.t ... k. k.l.l ..l-"Pe"'. .Ullllliar, BUIUUin tlO Kit: "Walir "Hut now natura neeuia to litre ami. tuto vauiW'tlla" IxMilarllla Courlei Journal. The Carlsbad Current and New Mexico Sun. CerWUd. N. M. Fnd.y Nov. 20. 1908 rrla1 f'tirrent ealaMi.hed N"nlar IS. tt New Mruro Hun etat.li.he4 Mar IJ IWKV The Ittri patter. r,neilk1etal October II. 1i7. CarUhaJ Trinling Co., Publishers Urn. 11. Mullane. I'rrt. HI MM Idilios II Vi per annum Ihe Oflkldl Paper of NJy County. I'ulillalieil firry IfVtar tul entered a eecitut laee mailer al Hie l arlatal N M...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 20 November 1908

til.. li'S So I'a and p-. S. Otili o. ; rli.li .-.o ll i ii; )n nf ili-ir Molla i-or'lolis iiwm m hold Hioir loir. il. 111 mi Ihla (all Al'houi'h Hun . ir. ti, i li s duiiiir. Hit- h il lit tin l had In on lamí thin In il II ulhrl rai, thi tlloll.-hl that Ilu t il ll hark to tow li Would lili I litar hoili-t-s lint Hi" In loin i iihuiii,- -l.n si.ii'loil tin in Tl iio was loss mi, , lot: than In air. ul tho la-.t tho ii a t n! pi t sons wlut ii. und wi-nl awai Inn, i tin old distilrls. io. a l illi-. to liialo- tln-ll h o ti u h In mw LniLl.titfit .'u h as 1 1 i-o on ashln -ton lloit;hts IP rlst i at ion IIuiiii-h -h"W that inoro than Inn. nun i-isiiis hair inun-il out of , ii l.al ' an dn'iliK tl.o i asl ln M-lllh Asiip- flolu tin . Ll,' hlllfl. lililí . , Vlldlf W I ill 1,1'KI" r 3 pi TALK OF NEW YORK L. tin- i- .. Sl in- pants ni:1 iiiíi- . him .ilk I din. ! II' I PREPARES TO INVADE AFRICA l'a lllls IiikI till' hiinli lift- In l'ii i 1h. ami l( I mini li was I'u Ynii !. Il;iil la...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 20 November 1908

THE CARLSBAD CURRENT c I. I.SH Ni:V MKXK 'I Making Public Libraries. 1 hi' n nn In. i ..l.ii.i 'ii-s-io for ll.ii . ni. In hi. i. ii . . What hunks Fui I ii Ij 1 1 v '.' ' In in;. M li.m.n i In' n ailliix ( "llill.ltll c Is H I I'l liglili 'I 11'IJ'lllCl I f II. " Illnaii. muí tin li I,; in ..in hat Hi Ml. Ill I if FMH,,! . I I (T ! lit Hill-In f'ir Ill'l III till- 'ask f.f sil'.'ll.i- I.I M ll'iukH .Mu-i i.l 'In- i.i ii.i.h j . t . ii.i' Ilk- I) 'o I . .li,. i. ii 1. 1 1 ti., i 1 1 H c t lii y I' l.'i- I (.. i I. , il.: ;. I . ,1 I' al ..!., If Mll'l' J'l'fl' III' ,t ,l,.l '.I . .Ill' !-..llll I III Hi' I 'I I.' I I , Ill'l. , I "lll.!.ls,t i "li. I, ii t,'l,ih.,i. . I ,i I,... k a - v i III (I' 1 1 I.l' I'll i.i III ' 'I.l li.ll III W I. I'll tli' I.-.. k . h u, .,. ,. I. .'.ii,;.- I I,. '.. i. ,.,, ;, , I 1 1..- ..in, I i, i in l-l.l 1 1' ' I ri Ji 1 1 I ' I .1: I V J 1 Inl-s A r "ii in. ' nr .f r i.l i - h 1 1 1 i ai Ihuh I ' li ' ! i m I I ' :i i'. in I 111 pi III i !.. : I.l. ...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 20 November 1908

ustes and tub hear JOYCE-PRUIT CO. JOYCE-i'RUIT CO. M By Earle Hooker Eaton Mm NNrull HMU ATH SISTEK wanted chicken. Thankipivin day to eat, Brother said a gander wu mighty hard to best. Ma ihe wanted turkey, an' pa he wanted duck, Ken I went out hnntin' an' had the beiteit luck. Heard a norfúl gTwlin'; but, tay, I didn't care. I det aimed my rifle an' hot this frea' big bear! Ít-6 sm V ' w' f v it f ' ' 7t i i - ...- m 1 ,.v J .. , - - Va..,..i "HI1AD Í HOWTJt OE0WIÜ' ; BUT, " SAY, I DIDMl"" CAM." ;v 1 . .. . ...... . . , . ., SISTLtt want Ut giziard, the neck er anything ; Brother wanta a drnmitick, an' mother '11 take lather "n take the'wiihbon; with dei a ilioe of brent n as I'm quite hungry I think 1 11 eat the rest. Don't I with that Roaefelt, the prei dent, wai my pa ; Nen I'd ihoot some elfnnta 'way down in Africkah'! a wing; Our Thankfulest TlianKs. y ROBERTU LOVC. lOoarrtt!. lux, br Anwrtmn Pra Aaurlatloa J OH. wa ara thankful for manifold bleaalnaa. Thankful for Ufa and f...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 20 November 1908

ISilOMMlINNBB 3j4 ATOM WDM D By Goodloe NOW, eb'rybody ought to know dey'i welkim at kiln hi, So pitch right in in' he'p yo'aelbt to eb'ryt'ing yo' tee. Jet' lUht dem biikiti goin' round', ío' dat'i yo' job, ol' man, An' ehate dem wif de tweet pertater quick ' dey Itab yo' ha'. (Now, Mom, yo' ihow yo' mannaht 'fo' deie folki, fr Ah tell yo Daih'll be chile go hongry, an' he'll frit lirkin' too). Heah, Onrle Dan, it de poss-m meat Ah'i lookin' aftah dat An' heah't a piece enpeth'ly yotiahi, all brown an' streaked wif fat. WHA'S dat de graby t Don' yo' fret; it't comin' right np daih, An' nch! W'y, dat air pon urn fat enough, I do declaih, To mek enough er gTaby fo' de ma'chin' Iirultte. Reah, Rev'rnd Mutah Fe'guton, be tuah yo' gets yo' right. De imell am iweet f W'y, man, yo' tat' an' den I bet yo' ihout An' mek de nrighboht wondah wha' de fuit am all about. Reah'i little Eph. Now, chile, 1 1 aabed yo' lumpin' nice an' tweet. Wha'tdutf Oood lan'! Dit boy it tayin' h don' lak potium ...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 20 November 1908

All llar'l'la ni'lf opaTlul i f ! ' "ih V lllst :i,f W I'l I'll, II, a ft a I ta flnlll i 'al a, 'I an. I! 1,1 1 11 !n t h- a il,la nf tin' ll ii'l'l'l :1 I 'lltl'l a,f fa. in, I al il, timiti q lii-rc. nrri'i'l t!ils mnriiiiu w-h tha- $ tli'H.-a tl.a II pi, ill. Ill lit ll ltlla' llllll'll C mat) ti 'tlia-'l ,,l;l l:i 11 t" III I iltml III II ll'llll' saitm' il.ils lai-'ia. 1 1 it -1 lli'a II C llllll I' ta , I V hi' l tila- li'iitl u is ftllltltl. II lias'y ili't'i, ,-f . is li. ! I. u ..i.la't at, l!a,'tl fi'1,,11 ll.lllltll I ,liii ,1 ta'l 111 tia-,1 lili I ' h l,i,,v Imrii ,1. S a. 'f 1 ,1. ai 'I fa,-! 1. 111:. 'Is ttll'l v 1 t . p:,-s,ni'. Mii-.t lit" tha- h"iisi- an-1 l"iii,, I, I I s,,,U, it I i n Ih,. walls. p:C(- ; tit s II I I,. Ill ill "ll. Ill III Sala' I I ! that two tina- lairsis win slial. ! fiimi I the ill ,lk'i' siiiiii- tilni' S.itiit'lay liluli'. I a. ii.' In-limi.-lti'i 1,1 hin, sa. ! ai,, I thf ntii.-i 1 In h'.i li ill 1 l.ii,e Tin. Hiilmals wen I ,' "i " I, 1 ...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 20 November 1908

FAMOUS TIBETAN EXPLORER GOOD BOY FINOS GOLD. ' -'.ill" Y " ,.. f Or Svrn Htilm'i trcotwl journey of of the ((C.iteht value. So imir.h mjiterll hai the doctor collected, l.ideed, that he ti4 ttat! tt will he three or four years before he hee worked up ell the mini i.i.n ion u.iinril ifgji:ieig trecte hitherto unknown to the western world. During ,i t orttMler able part of hie Journey the emplorer went dieguieed at a firiiirnn L.id.ikhi, tin hanria and face darkened with paint. When ttrangert eie met lie ill ove the b.iygaue animal and sheep, as the Inferior servant of the apparent he.id of the caiavan. and was known as "Hai Baba." On sev rral occ.itinnt the real business of the party was suspected by the Tibetans, and the dnttor hail several narrow escapes. HUNTERS ON WHEELS HOOTING QUAIL FROM CAR IS THE LATEST. Hpoittmen. Making Tour of Old Mea in in Automobile. Start Up Won iterful Coveys of Fat Birds "Thick as Bees." I Vint. liMi. l uí 1ii,iiI Iiiiik'hI tniuli lln-t li' mh Dili k ...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 20 November 1908

wat vaav cana, waaaa ftn aa t a aa aa. TO LOCAL NEWS. Mrs. L. W. Holt, of Lakewood. was in town Monday. Mrs. Rule visited El Paso Tuesday, on business. Lucas & Reynolds last week shipped 300 old cows from Toyah to Ft Worth. Mrs. L. N. Hoag, of Malaga, was in (Jambad 1 uesday on a shopping expedition. Jim Scanlan met with a severe accident last week, by his horse falling and throwing him about thirty feet, and carries some bad scars on his face besides walk ing lame from injuries received to his side and limbs. At the recent appointment of commissioned and non-commis sioned officers in the corps of the battalion of cadets of Staun ton Virginia Military Academy for lyuo and lWtf. Uarl Livings ton, of Carlsbad, was compli mented by having the commia sion of the highest ranking lieu tenant conferred upon him. M. C. Stewart, ex-sheriff and sheriff-elect of Eddy county, Will Kerr. Y. K. Allen and Dr. Doepp came in last Saturday from their hunt in the eastern side of the county. They b...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 20 November 1908

JM Goosebooe Mae Says we are to have a COLD WINTER. That means should be get ready buying a stove. If no one need We have a heaters and can supply all demands from the Little$3.50 cast iron stove to the larger base burner at $60. Stove nine. 20c ner ioint. Coal hods 35c each. RI:MI:MBI:R every and set up in your Tracy-Robert Hardware Company. WHAT A WAGNER MOTOR WILL DO.U You Bive Warner FJetlnc Motor a kilowatt hour t' , ol rUlnntv. The Motor will Saw MX) feet ol timber. ( f Clean 5.000 knives. Clean seventy live pairs of shoe. Clip 4 , five lioise. Kuii a iieve two hour, lion thirty ilk hat. i Grind I 20 t muml. o 'S-e. knead eiubt ai k of flour , I ill ami coi k 250 u u pint Little. Pump an ordinary i. thurth otynn for one tmiie. tv-five fwt. Run bull ua wheel IrH lano!trn hour. I.tfl lhi and half u..- . .-n ......i...... it. i.ift k.Hir a... . ....... ..... hn.M i mu. i., ut-a lariv aa r ,uu Ihltl. linnr lri.m lia - on - mita ! Irw buuhah Maka ,u NKK ilHH THE PUBLIC UTILITIES CO...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 27 November 1908

he . CEarlsbaft Current SEVENTEENTH YEAH CARLSBAD NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY NOV., 27. I 9Ü8 NUMBER 2 CORNER STONE LAYING ducing hiii), tin- grand in.itcr A Larje Crowd Witnessed the .merred t.. tin- fact of Mr. Mc Event Under the Auspice of Lcnathi n' having emulated tlx the Masonic Grand Lodge. I petition which raised funds for " j starting the first school in this MASTtRLYADDRESSOFCtl.McLENATttEN listrict-tha j that gentleman had taken a lead- I he corner stone of the new I of till- newl high school building was laiil Sun- 1ay afternoon in the presence of a large (tllrif. 1111 tt-hieh ir;1thcT.l fr,.,it nil ill. uiii-ri iiitnlmtr toln In t...t.i I'r1l.l ...lehru.o the event ' in a fitting manner. Promptly 'at 2:45 p. tn. the! M.iun. m,r..d ,.n the Ureet in . front of Masonic Temple, where more than 300 school children had assented, marshaled by tht.ir teachers and led by Carlsbad's brass band, and the line of march was taken up Tor the site of the new high school building. The procession...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 27 November 1908

The Carlsbad Currenl and New Mexico Sun. Cafldjiil, N. M. Fndy Nov. 27. 19(18 f'arl"l I'.irr.nf MliMi.hH N-prmUr l N. M-.l.o M m ..l.l.li.hM X. I ' l'''. Th. Itn rr r..nMrfMlalrl I II. l1 CarlshaJ Vrlnling Co., Publinhen Wm. 1 1. MulUne . IV.. HI lis. HI p 1 1' N I Vi p r a ii nn in the Olikldll'dixTof UJy County. ruhllhi"1 i'viry Kndiiy unit nii-r! a rroinl ría mailrr al ilir i arima'l N .M pnl (ifllfa. no necessity of going to any more ci p( uve than it ordinarily made in getting up a game of basket or foot bill. they ever can e to receive at j home. We have the two great essentials in abundance, nun and water, and a rain crop is rac- ally sure every year. The Reclamation Service is making good progress in the work at McMillan Reservoir. 1 The concrete work on the new The plan to change the name of New Mexico when admitted as State to Lincoln should meet ith the approval of all, for there are many reassns why a change of name is desirable. First of all, the name Lincoln la shorter...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 27 November 1908

II GINGER CLUB" UN! An Improvement Scheme Started by Business f.'.i. ITS HELP TO A KANSAS TOWN Hiawatha Prospering In Pic of Evi- j dent L'isadvantages How Publl Spirit awd Consistent Clvio Improve ment Rescued It From Lethargy. Tbo nicrctiiint of Hiawatha, Kan have taken up the "ginger club" Ule tarted by Kviisas City business mu. Tbooo lu each block will form club, ami eacb III try to outdo lb other In Improvementa. The club will work Willi the Civic Improvement club to beautify Hiawatha tbla auinmer. Tb first club to orgaiilxe la called th Five Hundred fllock Oregon Street Improve Bnt club. Tb o ra nrt: W. O. Noble. prcakleut; la. P. Ad ama, treasurer, and P U. Binlth. ecre tery. Tile officers form the eiecullre com anille, wltb full power to spend mon ey tot uecewaary Improvements. Tbla dub la formed In tbe an,alt bual esa Mock In town. Kvery business sans and woman lu lite block la mem ber of tb club. Tbcy b auburrtoed flO monthly for Improvement, says tk Kuusa City altar Klect...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 27 November 1908

jo., o :!.."' ir,.' n j", in ..".i in J"..')" TKItltir'HO OK NKW MKXIItl i t nl'NIV HI illHY i ' H)t.. uf Trvur mi rulln-liit Tu Oir illii. uhpi.i mviw.pis has nMiiiKs fti.'r in I l.r r..i.sii.iiiir list bii'I 1 I.p unhinis n t ti rs ..I .r.iM.rly ai'ltswi mil .ls.rili.sl ll.r.in Inkcti.'lirv. I'.st tli i.iil.rsivitsl '1'nsiiuts.r A nrotM stnitlng a tttMrli awtd tfetTlptln. inlralff nwwtetiit nur (iintai frt hsMhf ui HWltUin W fWi.btlbl eti' t0trV (VtllUnV hul. 1 rtol ir ex ttlaJ. HANDftOOf on HaUeXatél ernt lrs. UldesM mmmtrf fitf 4mhi ring pmlmt i. I'monu ttikmn ihrtruvk Hutía á tu, notAwt Scitntific JlariKat IraattsKaS aalf. Iatnat mantisa knamaL Tartna. S a iWSW Ss4a alJ iaiailaaa. r-..- a v ui I.Jnl nown Ownrr -f'nntinuríl H o Unknown Owneri-Conf in'ioj I'l 111 III 1 ' 'I ,1 I I a) l.n i .t I It IM ' Treasurer's Rrpnrt s. 'I' lliiiiiitr, 'l ii'di-niicr Pro Wit'i r I - i' si int inn. i- ili'iiii ti-il tin" ful I iiii; ti xu l tin- i'iiirtiT 'in!inif -ti.inT . l'n- . i i,i- i'.-i...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 27 November 1908

Tin- il.'li.i.rii-nl t:iv !i t ..f of M.I ('" im. Nv M' i .11. IlicroiiM muí ,in,t , it'n H.'.'i mu. '.'! I ,,il l,:.,l. 1 "! . I I I.' . I-J , , l,i '. liniirn. I'lnrnl i 1'i'f. -it'iil linpi i iv." ini'iiW I' mal liniiniv i'iiu'1,1 1 I'l-i Binml I'l'l Mllllll 'll I'l'l NxhHl lin,r"ii'iii"i'l llil Aili'.iu. I In -mi M'1,1 7 1" lililí. ( . It II I'l'rmiiial Arli'iia Anilla lllair n-1,1 " ITn. mu " ii IVrinal tij Ai uiii, in iifiiiul h-il Hi In I'itmiiiaI II I-' .i . IH 17 I'lTH'llllll III l Take this House inv lU'iir l.ny, iiihI give it In yniir wit.'. Mil' lu'i'll hill' I ml i 'l.l'l'li'i l I hut- ii i: hi; . muí n r Viur.l inr n, - ti ' 1 1 Ik- lln' ' 1 1 j i i -t t wi-imiti n I'iiilh wlii-ni .' i' I. Ii ll a nil-1 ' In III' i' il:ln i' . i ll'H si rm: iium;:s i l'niii:hi lii'ii' mi' run- I utrtf ih ii' our i 'U"irlll s.'lllf'u; srali ni "lt'i". I.nli'l i i iiIIhmi' II ." ,i .i)j ii' I v.i in . (ii.-l. Iliilll'l'ln I, 11 1HW. Ii'll'l Vnil ttllll1. !ilcl.cnath:n & Tracv REAL ES...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 27 November 1908

ii iii'i i ill i iuiihuii-, " in ' iii' ,1 luii -ihih" ihi' Int uir. .ir,ii, in un, ,1, in i,, 111 . i II I III 11,1 llH. l, I! lllllKI-k ImUIiIiiII (il - iiinil l.u.li'i' mil lli-lilnli',1 lllilK"M lllll hill li'll In l I. '! un- i, ;. ; Li' I iinil I tu-k h I ful i iiikIii:i ill mi, uf uirliii ,,r,. ut m, ,it i temí ul 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 I rill lililí mi, n a titritiiri ii,n-. H.lli'l iiihl Ve i ,'iu day. I touk ..l va,,,..,. -,f , uiiinir A '"', alirui'tlve hniml or Inhel ADDRESS OF HON. C. II. McLLNATilLN. i 'iii i, I wmii.l imi-i- i:,. I:.,-.. f liu Snlanli i v, in, i,;.,i i..i that It mill- ", i in' :i, in,, i- in. inlinliltuiilii mi l hi tin- iiI-iii,. I '.i,'s lt,r H total NI., i i ifiii i, ml Hi., i i - i,.ii.. i, 'I l phi i" I i n i, Hii'U tl,.l,,t I.. I ; , In Tin iiiM ;l li,i:i I ,,t II,. . I.' i j.I -1 w In li p -lih- Iml Up!', II I il H II llllkhi, .V I, I.I 1,1,1 I't-tliUi-l-ll r,ti,,(.,-v Iml ,,lli,.i.l ti, Imi' .I, i ii ,i i- l , . , 1 II !. I, li,!' i'.. i Lit Mill, : :...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 27 November 1908

u-,ii,lm,..,t..i n..n iPi,nni I ..t.. CaWOÍfflOOOOOCHXKttOOOOOOOOOO LOCAL XKWS. TMMT ctma. ni tHit io Htf THMt ! 3000000 OOOOOOOO Judge (1. U. McCreary of Ar tesia visited Carlsbad on bus iness Tuesday. M. C. Stewart and Hclly Roy are out at Monument to look af ter the peace of the country. C. C. Gist a puMiss Garrett of Artusia drove down Thursday and were married by Rev. Wood. Tom Ogle from the Hudson ranch in the southeastern part of the county, was in town Monday and Tuesday. Bill Hudson, the big cow man from the southeastern portion of the county, was in town Satur day, Sunday and Monday. There will be prea:hing at the Presbyterian church on sabbath morning at 11 o'clock by Rev. J. C. Shive, a cordial welcome is ex tended to all. Range hres are reported north of RoBwell, to have devastated conbiderable country. The ut most care should be exercised to prevent fires in Eddy county. Twelve cars of cattle were shipped out Wednesday consist ing of fat cows and two cars of three's an...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 27 November 1908

tu r n oooseDone ivian Says we are to have a COLD WINTER. That means should be get ready buying a stove. If no one need We have a fill Everybody sure to early by good heating this is done fear the cold. fine line of Queen Items. j Onrnr. son of Mr. ami Mm. f'liHrli ('(xhrun, lit-d lat Mn lit;," riiht Nov. Hth utul ' lniriod Thurfilay. in tlie Dnrk' ('anon grave yard at uno o'clock 1 M. Rev. Joel lledk'l'flh! i preached an intonating sermon, I Tin funeral was attended ly nearly nil of the mountain jx-n-ple wlio extend their heartfelt sympathy to the hm-iived par-1 ents. ! , I Mrs. Paul Aires wauite had-i ly hurt Thursday, by her horse' j falling with her while riding in I the funeral procession. She is j now at Thayer's ranch, being un- . able to return hame, and is at-. j tended by Dr. P.lack. Though j her injuries are not serious they i are very painful. Her back is I strained and side badly bruised I Mrs. M. J. Queen has lately j I hud an acre of land set apart on her homestead fo...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 4 December 1908

1 SEVENTEENTH YEAR CARLSBAD NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY DEO., 4. 1 90H NUMBER 3 '1 i i EXTEND TIME OF PAYMENT The Peco Water Uter Amo ci&tion Receive Notice That Under Thi Project. FIRST PAYMENT WILL BE EXTENDED TO DEC, i, 19G9 :j'Hr Change of Time Brought About I by LlforU of President uee man and Secretary Hove Washington. Dec. 1 , lis IS. A M. Hove. Carlsbad, New Mexico. Secretary Garfield ha9 ap proved and signed recommenda tion to Reclamation Service, changing date of first delinquent from March lut to December 1st. MM. Request for graduated payments whs not recommended, letter follows. K. Mt'OlKKN (KAY The eeived veyes every above telegram was re- Tuesday noon, and con- news of importance ti shareholder unoer the Carlsbad I'roiect. The board of, Directors of Pecos Water Users' , Association found that the n.a- joritv of the shareholders would , have diflicultv in meeting all their payments by March 1. MM. winter. The Board, therefore, concluded fj. A. Cunningham, the hust toask for...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 4 December 1908

The Carlsbad Current and Naw Mexico Sun. CarMad.N.M. Friday Dee. 4. 1908 Hrm Main Hun nUhluhMl May It. IWI. 1 h I o t.pr uolklata (rti.ir II. IW7. CarlbaJ 'Printing Co., Puhlhhen Win. 1 1 MulUe. Pre tl'IIK 1(1 l'l I' N ! tf -r anii'i ii the OHkldllVrof ÍJJy (ounty. If sw U a (ood tlmt to plow deep lor dry (arming to pat tho toll in food snipe to main ail moisture, and harrow and keep harrowing occasionally until spring; then plow again and pUnt milo malie or kaffir behind the plow in moiit ground. Then if the harrow is kept going until the corn Is six inches high and the cultivator af terward there will be no question a' out a crop especially in the draws and valleys east or west of i the river. I'tltil!!.."! rv-fy rvlv i. I iMllff M-loll'l U- III'' ' i iif i nr. -tH'l po.i .ni' i- Mr. Frank ti. Protity, who the past week located at Malaga, has some di-itdt'd views on the question' of Htntehood. He holds from experi ence, while working for statehood in Oklahoma, to the plan of mnd i...

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