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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 11 July 1913

l-l-s i fMl ll l I I I I'M M is I ttxt ' w w w w rXTTTTXXXTTTXXj R WAIT NOW BALKAN liLOL'Sti .irsT m:n:ivi:D an as soiM.Mr.NTonni: nías all sii:s iv to in y v:us Now Lino of Dresses '" S?n....m.:N si:i:iiii:m and wf.knowyoi wii.m iki:tim:m tsnntacaatsB QBQtatsBBR BLUE AND GRAY HIÜ AT j GETTYSBURG HISTORIC EVEHT i Survivors of Great Battle Now Are but a Few Thousands. Receiving M:hty Host From Forty-three States a Her culean Task. uro also inakinU sonic altractix c pricoson Su in liioriMoreliand iso Special I'ricos on all Mens' and Boys' Shirts Don't Fail (o Visit TDK HI( STORK no mornu: to snow ;oods lOlt mouth tin? even of the vouii try luivo la-en foriisisl mi (it'l t.vshuttf. .Nuiili muí miiiiIi. wist ; lm. I I'iM'ii Interrupted, and tli muí i'sl. liiivc vitil Willi each other to l hninir In 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 vc Cushion to tin' veterana of tilt k ri'ii I Pnltle, fouuht fifty yenr imu. wlm untlier Hiere mid to those other wlm fi.r lut I f ii century hnve iitisworod mi (ii ii h i roll ...

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. — 18 July 1913

r Ilf ffi .1 7 4. TWENTY-FIRST YEAR ' I SÍÁIE OFFICERS' MDMffltN Shall the l'ermsncnl Srhmil Fund bi Invested In Road Uonds? Marrón 4 yayn no. Attorney Oenersl and Secretary of Slate nay Yea. The controversy over the invest ment of the permanent school fund in the stute highway bunds, between O. N. Matron, stule treasurer, on one side, nnd (inventor McDonald, Attor ney (íenerul Clancy and Secretary 'if Stute Antonio Lucero, does not seen to be settled, although Joint Resolu tion II of the Laws of 1 '. 1 :i inukes it the ilwty of the four gentlemen above , t..'jiicd to invest the school funds, and tiTi-e out of four vote to invest it : in the highway bond. Just what' the outcome will be cunnot be said jiiit i.i this time, but us there is a incut in terest in this mutter over the ,-tate, the following correspondence is print ed for the information of all interest ed: Sunta Fe, N. M., July 7, ltl:J. Hon. F. W. Clancy, Attorney (íenerul, Santa Fe N. M. Dear Sir: I am (irmly of the convi...

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. — 18 July 1913

(Efrrfflarlfihab (Current Wn, II. Mullan. Kditor and Manaar UHH KIHTIOh l Mi per annum (.arlaba' Currant rlakliahad Nonibr S MM. Na MaairoHunalablh! May IX. liml It two papara eoaaulidaled Orlobar II. IM. Carlahad, X. M., Friday, July IN. 191.1. Official Taper of Ton of Carlsbad. OFFICIAL PAPER EDDY COUNTY Any erroneous reflection upon ths character, standing or reputation of ny person, (inn or corporation which may appear in l hi; columns of the Current will lie gladly corrected upon it being called to the attention of the management. . The town of Carlsbad seem to be one place that is especially cursed with expense, Unit causes unheard of taxa tion. The total expense at present of the town in not far from $1. '1,000 per annum. The sprinkling tax alone is iiearly $:i,000 each year. Of thin a moutit 12,400 i.s puid the men and teams while $400 more roes for water to the I'ulilic L'tilities company. This mount might lie cut down to $1,000 by the use of crude oil on the streets. Then,...

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. — 18 July 1913

f a 0 PROLOGUE Molly was the airen! and mer riest of widow and the plump. et I That ton, too olid fleh wa the valine of all the trouble. Molly lovvd Alfred fícnnett in her girlhood day. Now he wa coming home a distinguished diplomat and wonted tn see Md ly in the ome blue muslin drea r. . . . i waist measure twenty inches) which she had worn at their ten- der parting year before So Molly had to grow tlim a a j string bean in just three month ! . ' And, a she had at least four suitor, the melting process o fairly complicated business ' was often interrunted ' The gay, irresistible Molly, all sweetness and spice and every- thing nice, is a most fetching heroine, and the longer one knows her the more one's admiration grows. She has wit a-plenty and a very keen sense of humor. irihermore, no one van tell just what she will do next. T u rhupsodisv, she is but wuit, let the witching Molly tell her own story hersvlf. LEAF FIRST. The Bachelor' Button. Yll.H. I truly Hunk Unit In all the wor...

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. — 18 July 1913

. -, t PRESIDENT ANl WlFE A!.v.oi;N. CE GIRL'S F,JA(tfMNT. The Happy Eenl H ill ",ake Hare at While Hous NX Noveir.bcr. Washington, July HI.--The president arid Mm. Wilson have announced the enifajfemctit of their sccoml ; itrhli-r, Mixs Jessie Wood row Wilson, tit Fran cis Bowes Sayre, of .aiicantcr, I t . . The wedding is expected to take place next Novemher at the White House. Mr. Rayre in at present an attorney in the office of I list riel Attorney Whitman of New York. While close friends of hotli fiinn lieH have known of the enjjatrement for Home time the enuaeim-iit wat withheld until today, "the first anni versary of Mr. Wilson's nomination at the Baltimore convention. White House officials accompanied the lirief announcement with a bio graphy of Mr. Sayre. He is 28 years old, and after preparing at the Hill School at l'ottstown, IV, and l.uw renceville, N. .1., liimluated from Williams t olleire in I'.MI'.I. He was manager of the foot hall team there, valedictorian of his cl...

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. — 18 July 1913

4tt - h I i 'i Í . if 1 IÜ Í ) 'i t -H CARLSBAD llttMW Alfred Vivian, of Pecos, was in Car lsbad over Sunday. S. J. Thomas, of Clovia, registered at the Palace Monday. J. D. Atwoorf, of Artesia, was in town lant Saturny. John Nymcyer, of I-oving, was in the city Wednesday. I. R. Ruffin, of Clovis, was a Sun day visitor in the city. Little Erma Linn Grantham is on the tick list this week. Seth Alston the sheep man from tho Plains was in Monday. " A. I- and R. W. Coad, cf Red Bluff, were in town last Friday. Monroe Christian was in takewood list week, on a business t-ip. Miss Alice D. Scott of Koswell vis ited with Miss Crozier last week. Fred Montgomery, of Carlsbad, war in Lakewood on business lest week. Hamp Eaves, of Lovington, regis tered at the Rightway hotel the 16th. M. Burnett, of Dayton, was in the city, Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. Miss Ella Fanning, of Lakewood, is visiting Miss Mae Jones, at Rocky Arroya. M. E. Sewalt, of Lovington, the big sheep owner was in last ...

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. — 18 July 1913

ill at her home in La Huerta. I EXACT COPY OF LETTER SENT TO VOTERS OF EDDY COUNTY BY COMMISSIONERS I Hauta nf Nrro iHrxtrntKrUtttmj ta IJrolittotimtfclrrtimtfl Except as otherwise provided by Chapter 78. Laws of ÜM.1. elections lo regulate the barter, sale and exchange of t of New Mexico. Hurh election shall be held and condut tedintoxicaliiig liquors in district dcslgnntcd within any cnun as prntifli'd hy la tor general clci lions, g.l, f2 p. lllfi I.. 1913. "Only tu:ililicd electors resident within Ihr limitH of such di-lrirt shall he allowed to voir at such election. No n-KÍNl ration of kui !i olera shall be required, hut if the right of any person to ntc Hhall lie challenged at such election, tin- Judges thereof, hi forr allowing such person to vote. Hhall require him to present an allidavit subscribed and sworn In hy himself and two qualified voters resident within such district, showing that such person in a qualified elector resident therein." 1, p. l". I.. 191. "Ihe county ...

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. — 25 July 1913

ffi rWENTY-FlRST YEAR ROSWELL GOES WET BY GOOD MM CITY CELEBRATES EVENT BY LARGE PARADE AND SPEECHMAKINU. Roswell had an election last Friday tn fifttnrminu wlml t t Vi u tntm ...S..I.I - - . . . v . kilt tumi, T,VUU v have licenced saloon Hurimr th nt four yearn or prohibit the saloon al together. The following from the two papers of the city one of which is dry and the other wet may be of intercut for reader of the Current no doulit want to hear both Hides in the com ments on the fipal result: The following is from the News: "he people of Roswell yesterday rone up William Allen and put the world on notice that it preferred regu lated Huloons as a phase of good gov ernment, in preference to the boot legger, the prescription industry and a prohibition thut can no more be made to prohibit here than it can be made to do it anywhere else. In all 1142 votes were counted, of which the drys received 443 and the wets 699. ' The jcond was the only ward in the city to go dry and it by the ma...

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. — 25 July 1913

all told, or this numher tne Perno-1 ti,(. ,HrP a t Slr(arlahaft Current kin. II. Miillanr, Milur and Mananvr l'Hft'KII"ll'i al St. prr arbum ( arlbd ('urr.M iiitili.lil Nvmt.r IS ISML Kr Mriro Sull c.lnl.llhert My l. IW-- IlM lu papar runMlHllmi rtur li. IM17. Carlsbad. N. M., F riday. July 2.'.. 1913. Eddy County Can Settled. The Eddy county cane which waa heard before Judge Richardson last Three deatha by violence aince Sun-1 Senator Cumming on the New Tariff Hay, the 13th, and the home of the Hill. Catholic priest dynamited and the res-, Senator Cummings, of Iowa, voices idence of the justice of the peace fired , the acntimenta of the wool and mohair, week waa brought to a close after a into. One of the deaths was a Mexi- growers ami farmers generally; that! two days trial when it waa announc ran boy ahnt by another and the other the new tariff bill should not provide ed that the case had been aettled out arrested by Mulch Lowenbruek who ia for taxes on manufactured goods un- of...

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. — 25 July 1913

A Day I Camp McDonald. The following routine work for last Saturday rivet an Inkling of the du ties of ona day at the camp In which Company "B" of Carlsbad is quartered this week. 6:40 a. m 6:65 a. m. 8:00 a. m. 6:'J0 a. m. First call. Reveille and march. Assembly under arms. Recall from drill Butt's Manual. 6::i0 a. m. Breakfast 7:00 a. m. Sick call. 7:10 a. tn. Fatigue call Under aanie supervision as first day. 7:40 a. m. First call for inspection, ":M) a. m. Assembly. This inspec tion will be by company commanders unilcr ireneral supervision of battalion commanders. Tents will be arranged as follows: Blankets folded at head of cots smooth edge towards the foot; shelter tent folded in center of cot; ropes poles and pins on top of it; mess equipment at foot of cot in fol lowing order; meat can, tin cup, knife, fork and spoon. At inspection of tents the men of each tent will form under arms in single rank in front of lent, half on each side of door and one puce in front of door guy ...

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. — 25 July 1913

.,1 Jump 1.000 Feet In Safety I'rom 'An oplsnr. . Airman are Winning to pay moro attention to safety devices thnn wns the case in the early hixtory of avia tion and new devices fur insuring the stability of aeroplanes, for protecting the airman against Injury in case .f accident, and for descending in safely from a crippled or unmannireable ma chine are lointr developed throughout the world. j A spectacular test of one of the new,' tafety devices wax made in Californif . on June 20, and in described in U e August I'opular Mechanics Mni'iiWuc A younjr woman jumped from an uro plane at a height of more thun l.nn'i feet, and landed safely on earth with out the slightest injury. The appara tun Bhe used in known as a 'Safety pack." It is a parachute of very linn liut strong silk fastened to a mesh made of Italian hemp and so folded into a canvas case that it opens at the slightest pull. The entire pack weighs but 11 lb. and is designed to lie at tached to the shoulder of I lie ait man or...

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. — 25 July 1913

mamare occuret. f 4 h. 1 J. A. Noble, of Clovls, visited the city Wednesday. I mm nnm innn ittiia I rnui vunii i iii'ni iiliwiv i iHI .M1H Ml HI T I VllllbVWI IV LUUI IU IlklllV I Mina Grace Talbot, of Artesia, visit- ed in Carlsbad last week. Mis Mabel Hartshorn is spending the week with friends near Otis. Tat Russell, of Loving, accompanied by J. H. Welch, visited Carlsbad Tuesday. Tom Pendleton, came in from bis ranch near Monument the first of the week. Miss Ruth Daugherty has been con fined to her room by sickness, this week. J Mrs. Mo'ilie Scaife who in company with her little grandson has been a truest at the home of her daughter, Mrs. I E. Ervin left for her home in Sierra Manca, Texas, last Tuesday evening. Mrs. Chris Walters, who has been (pending two weeks at "New Wells" on tlie Benson place, 33 miles from Carlsbad, returned to her home in this city Tuesday evening. This was Mrs. Walters first experience at a round-up and ulso her first sight of ralf-brand-inr. she heinir...

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. — 25 July 1913

u SHOES SHOES CHOICE WK have har&iins now to offer you in MKN'S IIK.II -CLASS foot-wi:ar. Sll()i:s l hat ntfulnrly sold for .S4.00. $4..0, and .SC.M mcliitfm TAN'S, PATENT u: i miiu.rN mdtals. vk i-kids. m ks, MlLOt US. and ItOX CAM' in all sizes and all well known make. WHETHER IN NEED OF SHOES OR NOT TAKE ADVANTAGE OK THIS (ÍREAT SAVINC. WE ARE NOW Ol I EKING Choice $3.19 Choice NOTICi: DISPLAY IN WINDOWS PEOPLES DRY a ni:w FIRM with ni:w ideas PARCEL POST FIGfc . , CONC ERTED OPPOSITION DEVEL- OPS TO CHANGES AN NOUNCKD BY POST MASTER (JEN ERAL. SENATE COMMITTEE INVESTÍGAÍtS Burleson f(iiirrd lit Appear and Show by What Authority He Pro pones I Make the ClumKCH Xiiiioiinced. Wii-l'ini'I'in, .1 11 1 v DiH'i'i lf! o . i t ii n I'.!-. rnnc) if .. i.'U-j i l'i -liiiaMi'i liii'inl I'1:? Ii-.1 '-i ni - I I ! I ii i" 1 1 u parcel-, po-.t - ii'id 1 l'i''l in-' I'.h- r;a I f 1 1 -. i r I i of p.l'k-j ii"i - I i In- I i:i . II 1 ip Hie M'i v i.v. The j ni-ilci was i-.Mii'il Siind ly, to...

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. — 1 August 1913

I Eddy Drag Co. 1 íi'Al Drug - - t; '- ' S'ationerv - - - Si"di ies 'iWM.lWWWMnHMWIiraiMIWMMNMMtMHMMnMVVMflMMaNIMMUN1 Site ffi rWENTY-F RST YEAR CARLSBAD NEW MEXICO, 'FRIDAY, AUGUST, I. 1013. NUMBER 38 MEXICAN HH WILSON'S RESIGNATION WILL PROBABLY UK ACCKIThll. iliute the finances of the repul.lic. In the meanwhile the constitution Very Likely Ambassador Will Not De Bit army would be lined to assist in Relumed an He and President . Wilson uate mueren. ies. had away and a presidential campaign 1 would be begun. Since Amhassudor Washington, July 2H. Amhassidor' Wilson ha come to Washington a re ilemy Laño W Ison, summoned f mm : port has been current that President Mexico City to inform the Washing- HuerU h adinformcd the ambassador .ton administration of condition in recently that he did not desire to be the fcbollion-torn republic, talkeJ for ; H tHn,ute for re-election, an hour with President Wilson and Washington officials have expres vSeoretary Bryan today submitting i ,.d no opi...

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. — 1 August 1913

in iown..hip J.'l, Soutn, üii'1-.-e Lust i Nervous? Mr. WahVr Vinrtnt ol Pleasant Hill, N. C.! writf: "For three turn men I suffered from nervousness, dreadful paint In my back and sides, and weak sinking spells. Tbree bottles of CarduC, the woman'! tonic, relieved me entire ly. I feel like another person, now." TAKE f) The Woman's Tonic ri if need today the hottest weather In tixty years with one exception, July 24, 1910. 9 P. rl ti Chicago, July 20. The hottest weather of thin summer visited Chi ratro today. On top of the federal tiuildinar in the coolest upot in the down-town district the temperature was II! deirrees, but in other sections it wan three or four decrees hotter. 0 For over 50 years, Cardui has been helping to relieve women's un necessary pains and building weak women up to health and strength. It will do the same for you, If given a fair trial. So, don't wait, but begin taking Cardui today, for Its use cannot harm you, and should surely do you S CaleMtturir, III., J...

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. — 1 August 1913

te..:-":.-'"&r J i WEATHER MADE TO YOUR ORDER German Inventor Can Cause or Prevent Rain. Gems In Terse 5 ü htnvtifMM r ' . mr III II II I1IV ' .J UTUUJLlRIn NOTES OLD FAVORITES. -Carlsbad A uto mobile Co. i -v BKST KQI'irrKD AND UIM.KHT (JAItAUK IN TKRRITOKY Full and Complete Stock c( Auto Goodi (or Addition! and Repair CAR LSI, AD, MONTMEXr, KNOWhKS AND PEARL MAIL AND KXI'RKSS LINK. Auto Leave CarUbad Monday, Wednesdays and Friday! a 7:00 A.M. Arriving at the Lovuiu t End of the Route at 6: P. M Leave Lovington 1 uendayi, Thundayi and Saturday! at 7:00 A.M. Arriving at Carlsbad at 6:00 P. M FARE TO PEARL - - - $5.50 FARE TO MONUMENT - 7.00 FARE TO KNOWLES - - 7.50 FARE TO LOVINGTON - 7.50 Howard Kerr, Manager. ROUXD TRIP TO ST. LOUIS $UI.70 Summer Tourist Ticket at Special Kedue.d Ratea Will be on Sale Daily June 1st. to September 30th, Inclualve. Final Return Limit October Slat. To Points in all States, Canada and Mex ico. Call at Station for Particulars. O. A. YEAGER, Agent. ...

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. — 1 August 1913

':n,.j i h"s f,,r a life of u.-e !."!VA':,!:"y- - ,- i ... n,-.v v..r. . e 'II- imI ! . d Many of tla i-t tll'.el S lit I lu ll is visit wat 1. lliallleil I'l ;. ". Mr. Hart .lie I ion '.vil '1 '. na. toll lioti nai'lc in the vixrawvnrtKTu garra rssrsusamanTtxs-Trrtxx! tsczsmaaeajcxrtffiai Wk H. Maltona. Editor and Hmnit cBííi KlllluK i.5peronuin tnsaad Current Mtablirhxl Nowmtiar l& IMML New MastroHunaaiablMlMtdMa I. IMS ffca two papara eurwolMlatad IKiubti II. Itaul. Carlsbad. N. Ma Friday, Aug. 1, 1913. ufticial Paper a( loan of Carlsbad. OFFICIAL I'AI'F.lt KII)Y COUNTY waather sharks, sufficiently cool the office then hot day. In th pant the editor could depend on a sugar tariff article to sweeten things up a little but the lobby Investigation han sort of stalled that. Of course there is no money in this; it is merely a labor of love, but the editor ran make it out on the pill concerns and have some interesting medical articles besides. Yes, If it was not for pay- ROUND THE ...

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. — 1 August 1913

ÉéétMáNÉÉMÉttÉIIIMÉtM R. I. McCulley cama in Sunday from his homestead near Knowles. Misa Wallace, of Loving, was shop pinic in the city Wednesday. W. Hudspeth, of El Vano, Texas, was a visitor to the city this week. Dalton Reed and wife left Saturday for their future home in Roswell. Born to Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Taylor Saturday, the 2Uh, instant, a son. J. L. Stunrod, registering from the Windy City was in Carlsbad Monday. Charles Harbcrt is spending a few days in Kosweli this week on busi ness. Judge W. W. Gatewood, of Roswell, was in the city Monday on legal bus iness. S. 1. Pcnix, llig Springs, Texas, camt'i in Wednesduy and spent the day in the city. Miss Mona Heard is a guest at the Paul dray ranch, going out Tuesday . for a short stay. I The Public Utilities company are j rebuilding the line from Avalon south; to the city today. i i K. K. Scull, district attorney, arcom- panied J mitre C. A. Kiilmrd.-'on from Kosweli Monday. Wi'lard Bates ai d fami'v visited !". L. Bates. Tuesd...

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. — 1 August 1913

I CO. T. N. M. N. G. "When we'ie up, we're up Ami when we're down, we're down And when wo re only half way up We're neither up nor down." "WIIOOP-E-E." Well, wc wore certainly up curly on the morn of July l', A. I)., lUl-'i, when the "Military CatirionliuH" snorted out through I.a Huerta and Htrained up the tecp graile beyond. Old Morpheus wuk certainly open to charge f'r '"neglect of duty" the i.ight of our departure; for many of uit it was the firit pilgrimage to the shrine of our nutionV honor, and the I'xeileinent, a Used hy preparation for the departure, hud so rouia-d our lietven that .sleep was utterly impo.HHi le. To the mighty posseHnor of the ib-i-ting film we were indebted for a iuo-t pleasant evening and to, him may due praise he given. Often, when f.ir away, were his praises spoken in words ni waimth ui.'l if rat it udi' then, e.cr and aniiii, there ar from ull the :itsrinlied multitude a clamor of Ui- pl'lViil ' lluvmg departed from lienealh that teispitahle roof we ip...

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. — 1 August 1913

Arteaia. Prom the Advocate. Hon. Jamaa A. Hall, aaslatant dis trict Attorney, haa joined the ranka of newipaperdom by buyihg an Interest in the TorUlea Herald. Mr. Hall and tha editor of the Advocate learned to fish and awim in the aame creek down in Texaa quite a number of years afro and we know enough about the man to believe that he will make good with the pen, just as he has with the law. At any rate, he haa our very best wishes. There are but few editors in our state who have not ma le a vigorous and continuous flght against the city mail order house. This has been done in the interest of the home merchants, and without price. If the editors of the land had received regular adver tising rates for all they have said against these enemies of the country merchant they could now be wearing diamonds. Socorro Chicftan. Hut has the Chieftan or any other New Mexico paper received any let ters of thanks with orders to insert ads, from the home merchants for this flght on the city mail o...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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