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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 22 August 1913

FOR EXCHANGE 1 CARLSBAD ELECTI ON ! LATEST LOCAL NEWS FOR PECOS VALLEY LANDS M il OHM LANDS AM) PROPER n. 7Ti acres three miles fmni Riverside, Calii'oi ma, n Victoria A vi. the fitn-.-t drive :ml ( irunge section 'n Cal. 57 :k it in tin)' thrifty oiungcs in full heating. l i l ull amount Of H I L'atMITl water, cement Humes, the balance of tin' luml is on tlx- sidchill aiitl is ter raced fur tin' buildings mansion of 15 i minis lniili entirely 'f white marble large porche-, I'm aire, electric lights, large liarti, tine tenant houses. Value $IM'(000 1)1. The hotel Alhumhrii located at .'i 1 1 north Rroudwuy. I.os Angeles, Cal., 6 story steel anil concrete building, class A, elegantly fui nislicd, vulue $225000, A clear lot corner Second and Hill sir., I,oh Angeles, Cnl., in the heart of business. Value llhDOOO.OO. 20" South Hill Mr., I .oh Angeles, Cal. tint Until l.inroln, I stories and base ment value $1 lonoo.on. One of the best Orange proven in Cal. 710 Acres, two ranch houses, s...

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. — 29 August 1913

I hy way of 'Jueen, Orante ....L. Willi Ihn f.vnfnflitnrn ...n,l...r ,.f in.. wi.inir.Lf team a bronzo ' , , ... .i u. .1,1., is Arrai.gemnts are l.ciiig made lor,as a pi. men nomine.,,. i f fflaiisskd ffi Hi TWENTY-FIRST YEAR i 1 i CARLSBAD' NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY. AUGUST 29. 1913 Called BarrcU must have gotten pos- rrtru,Hr hiirhway. The roaJ NUMBER 42 session of orne checks from his em i 1s not likely to follow the railroad 1 I. 1 1. A. players private cnec ... t ... , , .... , rate during the month of July Barrett , t wp while employed by the XT outfit.; ,tilnulatp au(0 travp, t0 lilted out several oí .ir. t ox i nnm and converted them into coin of the realm at the Magdalena hank. week visiting her husband. Pecos. The commission in alo con sidering an ElPnso-Curlshad highway and tho OK OF schools A younjr man Rtvinff his name at M. F. Little came in on the evening train from the north Saturday even in and Sunday morning the freight and baggage man, Claude Nelson, missed his bicycle ...

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. — 29 August 1913

T. N. BURNETT Veterinary Surgeon OhVe al City I.lvery Stable Phone IHfi. Night Phone 145. Better Than Spanking. Fpankintr will not cura children of ; wettirijc the bed, becauMe It is not a habit but dangerous dHeane. The C. 11. Rowan l)ruf Co., Dept. 1U158 Chi cago, III., have discovered a strictly , harmless remedy tor thin distressing ' iJímm.kc hihI to make known its merit they will send a óOc. package, securely wrapped and pri j.aid. Absolutely Free to any render of the Current. This remedy alio cures frequent desire to urinate and inability to control urine ibirng the night or day in old oryoun t i C. H. Kwan Drug Co. in an old IlciaMe llou.se, writ ihen. today for e free medicine. Cure the tffdeted f:n n.bers uf your family, thwn t.ll you r noigbboM and friei,.- abnit this i cn.i-dy. HELPFUL HINTS FOR HOUSEWIVES Swinging Bed For Open Air Use on Hot Nights; URGE BIU. TO CREATE ROAOS ACROSS AMERICAN CONTINENT 'J I ' The best way to avoid the discom fort f ti Mu n".v I (! ri m) i...

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. — 29 August 1913

Military Anta. In porta of Bouth America there la a huiré Htieclm of ant. looked upou an considerable of a peat, which really na In lln mldat a aorlal and military ctln dpllne, a society In which atrlct order la preserved Clone obaervem of tbeae cre ea Inwlat tbey hara aeen rertnln fraction anta penned up In bolea and cart-fully guarded by watchful com p iiloim And no one ant la allowed to kill another without harina death In Dieted upon bltn In turn. MELTING Of MOLLY -náy MARIA THOMPSON DAVIESS Coayrlfht, 1012. by the Bobt-a-MarrlII Company 0 O LEAF SEVENTH. Which? II IK Juica of a lemon In two Klnaaea of 1 water to be drunk Immediately on wak enlng!" Page elevenl I'xe banded myaelf that lemon every morn Inguow until I inn nenaltlve with my elri.iwMlt It If tin-re wan evi-r uny body "on the water wagon" It'a I, anil I hav to att on the front neat from dawn to dmk to get In the gallon of water I'm aupiwmed to entutume lo that tlm. frVitnetlnie I'm going to get mix ed nn and try to d...

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. — 29 August 1913

t uajr iLaruuidii VLurrrm Mm. II. Mnllaiii', Kihtm a. ni Mm,Kr I I Hni HUIIU- II Mrrinnuiii Carlsbad N. M., I rulay. Aur. 2'J, 191.1. Olliudl l aftr of limn ol (arlsbdJ. ÜKH IVE PAPER KIH)V (OIM'V The ut'.Hlon of the amount of li cense tlutl shall lie required I. y the town 1 .1)11 1 ti l, UN been u live I.IK' UllH week. Tin1 people desiring tin- license, Messrs. V. II. AlU'ii, W. I'. Cnili run ml W. 4i. Wc.eincr all ugrce that u license nodi u. in puid in Knswcll is tMi high, while tl.c town Imaril is of tin' opinion that the wets could not have carried the election if it were not for the fad that many citizen be lieved t lie t.iwn was III I) I of t ho revenue which it was losing while hav ihg tin- .sii'ii.N.H in .San Jose and its much hpiiit lor 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 as if the sa loons wi re luratcil in town. The plan m .-ni to he to pass an oi dinniicc rc ipming the 1 1 c h . 1 1 h to close at u rcas onai.lc hour, K. y '.l;:!0 I'. M. the salin as tli- levas law; to pi'i.liilnt screens H...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 29 August 1913

i e os v , 'ohíioiiim?io CARLSBAD LOCAL ITEMS l4 Joe Lockhart, of Rlack River, wai in the city this week. T. E. Williams left for Oklahoma on a business visit, going last Sunday. J. T. Garrett the sheep owner from near Lovington waa in town Wednes day. Johnnie Stewart was down from Queen thin week transacting business in the city. J. W. Turknett, the sheep man of Eddy county, wan in the city the first of the week. Mrs. Claude Wright and her mother, Mrs. Huston, of Irving, wire in the city Wednesday. Myron E. Hicks in in the city from El Paso, TexuH, coming in on business the first of the week. Attorney Stennis spentfl h couple of i Eakcwood the last of ust egal business. day in week on legal A. I). Jones and wife came down from Roswell Monday going from here: to their home near Lovington. I The Public School, of Ijikcwond. Mrs. C. II. Nelson, principul, will open Seplemlier 2nd, for the winter term. Judge I. (!. (irantham spent Tues- . dnv in Roswell on legal Imsiness. com-, "ing in...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 29 August 1913

Worn Out? No doubt you are, II you seller from any ot the numerous ailments to which an women are sub ject. Headache, back ache, sidenche, nervous ness, weak, tired feeling, are some ot the symp toms, and you must rid yourself of mem in order to feel well. Thousands of women, who have been bcnefi'ed by this remedy, urge you to i Oardui I The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., says: "before taking Car dul, I was, at times, so weak I could hardly walk, and the pain in my back and head nearly killed me. After taking three bottles of Cardul, the pains dis appeared. Now 1 feel as well asleverdid. Every suffering woman should try Cardul." Oct a bottle today. E-68 Hulilen Flowara. Mol del Wiih ,i -tein . el -un lien we dlil ii h I Inn.' i mil' The nl.i,.,ii i t.ie llllilii la vellow an li'iiinii si. iii I w lilt Ii p.uiM Mill like lies fur fllil.-. I ir.i I li'.iiiinu oter the linx A -.nlilli l i Im luí" n i lll lei tue liriiiL- Ii- ii ii, . .t III Hie . l. US une l!...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 29 August 1913

COST OF LIVING PRO V HIGHER Labor Bureau Charts Show a Stesp Ralsa Sicca 1899. FACTS UNO FIGURES GIVEN. Investigation Into Pricea of Staple Food Covers Thirty, nina Larga Citiaa Advanca Laat Yaar Avoragaa SJ Par Cant Maat 8oara Upward, Whilo Eggs Cheapen. Every principal article of fmal, ex cept augur, of tuteen staples represent log approximately two-third of the expenditure for íimnI by the average rorklnguiiiu' family, showed a decid ed Increase hi retail prices on Feb 1.1. 1013. otnpiired with th average price for I ln ton your period or 1K1MMHI. no es, Ung to the lat Investigations of the etntlsitcluiis or the government bureau of labor, which have JtiHt lieon tunde public. Sugar wiih 4 0 per rent; amok od bnoon wiim lll.tl pt-r rent higher Inoreitc In other fixx! article were: Sirloin Htenk. 1.8 pr cent: round atenk. 84. fi; rib roast. trJ 7; pork chop. 80.4; Hinokeil Iihuih. lili. I: pure lard, i 62.3; lieUH. tl.; when! flour, 27 4; corn- j meal, Wtl: strictly fresh egg, fitl...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 29 August 1913

u.n.l. l.li.eU i.r m.. inri t l... ;.....1..m .1,, ,.... .-..h. imr hiiHnii ti.uiriii.r In rnliflll(t 11 I I FOR EXCHANGE FOR PECOS VALLEY LANDS 2i2 tu re of Innd and a nice well improved home in county neat, 1912 ni ri-s lies 1h mile Hitiith of Odessa. I he count y seal of Ector rounly, Tex. I I, i-i I.iihI is all level and there arc no gullies, no improvements except a well I iiicxhaiistnhlc water nt a shallow li'ilh and this water mny lie found nil) win re on the trarl. Price $2.2.1 ier afrr. hlu acre .1 miles north of Judkin Ector Co.. and 18 mile from Odessa. Eicry a re i rood smooth agricultural land and ran not he beat in West I I ik. Value JI .'.O per acre. Tlie resilience in located in Odessa Ihih h well constructed roo mu newly papered, rantassed and painted within one block of court houHc and business part of town, K lots, line well, new w indmill, iron reservoir art on a tower joung orchatd of pear. aiile, peach, plum, apricot, lir and grape about 75 trees in all. Trice ...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 5 September 1913

ffl vuttttú TWENTY-FIRST YEAR CARLSBAD' NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 6. 1913 NUMBER 43 DISTRICT COURT OPEN MEETING 0FS.S. HERE PUBUCSCHOOLOPENS Í i' i TUB SEPTEMBER TKRM OF D1S TRICT COURT OF FIFTH JUDI CIAL DISTRICT OPENED LAST MONDAY. Wilh Large Ducket and Much Busi neo. Several Indictments and a (ireat Array of Civil Mat tern. District Court in the Fifth Judicial district of New Mexico, for the coun ty of Eddy convened at nine o'clock Monday mornirg with the following court official on hand: District Attorney, K. K. Scott. District Clerk for Eddy county, A. R. O'Quinn. Stenographer, J. H. McGhec. Miss M. C. Wood was appointed stenographer for the grand jury and J. D. Walker interpreter; Thos. K. Jone grand jury builitT and Buck Gholson, deputy. Tuesday six true bills were turned in against the following: Ysidoro Miranda, forgery. Agapito Nunez, offering to bribe witness. Lu cas Hernandez, iarceny of goat. Teod oro Francisco, larceny nf goat. An order was made to prepare a free t...

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. — 5 September 1913

e liare ampie cap'iai ana are HOW HER FRIENDS HARDLYJNOW HER Bat This Does Not Bother Mrt. Barton, Under the Circumstances. Houston, Texas. In an interesting letter from this city, Mrs. S. C. Burton rites as follows : "I think it is my duty to tell you what your medicine, Cardui, the woman's tonic, has done for me. I was down sick with womanly trouble, Ind my mother advised several different treatments, but they didn't seem to do me any Rood. I lingered along for three or four months, and for three weeks. T ras in bed, so sick I couldn't bear foi toy one to walk across the floor. My husband advised me to try Cardui, ffie woman's tonic. I have taken two bottles of Cardui, am feeling fine, gained 15 pounds and do all of my housework-. Friends hardly know me, I am so well." If you suiter from any of the ailments 0 common to women, don't allow the trouble to become chronic. Begin taking Cardui to-day. It is purely vegetable, Its ingredients acting in a gentle, natural ray on the weakene...

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. — 5 September 1913

Morirían l.lvtnvntnn, Vic l"rit1f,nt J N. I.UfnUntiin AariMnnt 'NMr Cost of Living. Look out for another boost In the ; price of kenim-no. It tin nn found . thnt this useful (luid In highly effloa-1 Ckiim In exterminating grnhopier.- j Chicago Tribune I The New York l'rea (Uncover Hint i weddlna presents are not on the free ' list, v ny -ioomii i KiMiu-iMxiy start cnisnde nlMiiit the hluh coat of Invita tlonaí Cleveland I'lnln Dealer. Wive of New York men who are v trying to cut the roMt of living I).t do Inst their own shopping In a pnlillr market will prohnhly hire n taxi to tako them downtown nnd n few hitv aut to carry their bundles. Mllwau kee Sentinel. Curious Cullings. Jnmo nirim nf Loa Angelo the Other dny ptaytil "Stiwnnee Hlver" on a pluno while standing upon hi bead An orchestra of twenty-llvo hllnd OHIslillllls led by II Otle lirilied Wiilnini conductor, recently plnyed the whole of the llHHli nf "Itluolelto" nt n per f ormti in of thnt opera In Hie theater at ovIihId. S...

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. — 5 September 1913

ffiljr (Cariaba?. (Currrut l T ' Wm. II. Milium.-. Ktlitur mxl Mmarr I'Mmi kii-i j l .5. per annum rrlHlmd, N. M., Friday. Sept. .. ll.t. Official I'aptr of lovn ol CarisUid. )FH( IAI. PAPER i:ilV COIM V It would seem from the results of the elections last Tuesday that the people desire tin- lnpmr evil lie re- mil.,t,t ......i.ll...l I .. 1 I , '"-."...., ,w a,,., .nejlp fl.,, f((r the wjnteri frm the raiiniiiH inuoe 10 comply wnn strict regulations such as Sunday closing early closing hours and open win dows, no chairs or games and as soon a the saloons are not run properly the forfeiture of license. There is no question that the saloons have expell ed themselves from ordinary society by making their business obnoxious. Then the idea of saloons in politics has driven much good will and support from the side of control of iho liquor evil to the idea of prohibition which In itself has proved to be worse than well regulated and properly rnntroll 1 saloons especially in communities whe...

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. — 5 September 1913

,J CARLSBAD LOCAL ITEMS J. T. Toole, of Knowlos, was in town Wednesday. Claude Jenkins, of Loving, was in the city Tuesday. L. W. Howell, of Iakewood, is in the city, on court business. Carl Dodge is in Roswell this week on a short business trip. Oscar Weaver and wife, of Loving, spent Sunday in Carlsbad. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Williams of Mal aga were in town Wednesday. Charley Harbert was in Roswell Sat urday last on a business visit. John McClellan, the ranchman, is in town this week attending court. Uncle Joe Graham is in from Pearl this week in attendance at court. Bruce Jones was a business visitor to Roswell the first of the week. E. C. Eggleston, of Roswell, came down on a business trip Monday. W. R. Nichols visited Roswell the first of the week going up in his car Mrs. Mary English Thorne returned POIonday night from an extended visit to Roswell. T. E. Williams returned the first of the week from a business trip to Ren- fro, Oklahoma. Taul Gray and wife are spending the week in...

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. — 5 September 1913

Tí T7 ' f .' V ... T. N. BURNETT Veterinary Surgeon Ollirc nl.Cily l.ivrry Stable Phone ixfi. Night Phone IPS. Hitter Than Spanking. Pputik iiijf will not cure children of wetting tlit licit, because it is nut a (mint lnil n (luntHTOu disease. The C 1!. Kowuii Í run Co., Dept. Hi 158 Chi culto, III., have discovered a strictly harmless remedy for this diatri'HMing rji.-u-n-ic iiiiil to make known it merit tlcy will .-end u i"(tc. puckae. gecurely' xv i it)ii ni, (I prepaid, Absolutely Free to any n alcr of the Current. This rimed v 1. -in cures frequent desire to ui ii ate Mid it nl ility to control urine d.iviiir the myht or dny in old orynuni" '1 In' '. II. Kowim I 'rut' Co. in an old Ki I utile Mouse. vite ,'ieiii today for the fur iiieilii'inr. Cure tl.e r.tT'k'ti'J numbers of your family, then tell your m ii'h'tiiM and frici.d ubi.it t'iis K un ily. I MODEL j I BAKERY i Bread Cakes Pies A SlIAKK OP VOI U I'A'I'KONACK IS Stll.K ITKI) 'I ho iIooin South Hotel líate Jamison Vawter...

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. — 5 September 1913

Geme In Terse ' THI HOMK HILLS. OVER the hllla whit road culls. Luring the fee' tttjt; Calling from dawn till twilight falla, Luring through nl-ht and day. Heart In tha vale Ita call obey And so on ao andlaaa guwt Düt wiser tha bearta who nevar stray Tha old home hllla ra baat ' Realona thara ara with lummir queen, Hocal throughout the yaar. Crowned with a bloom forever green And mountains blue and ahacr. Thara coma tha pllcrttna from far and near, Back In a land Ood'a bleaaad. But homeward again their arar bark ateer Tha old homa hllla ara baaL Erar tha patha await tha feat Eager for aoenea unknown. Fair and faint ara their winding fleet. Running from tone to anna. But when they hare fallad and weary grown Backward tbey turn to reat Where heart And peace and lora, Ita own The old horn hllla ara beat. New Tork Bun. RETURNED. CJITH turned away. Her fragrant, wind O blown hair Gleamed darkly golden la tba yellow duak. And all along the palpitating air There ran tha subtle, trailing ro...

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. — 5 September 1913

; . 5?'&g : m i i nun' tt i nl o!i-i)'ii altan- ni.', i In liu.ilh Miii'i-rii to tin- 'ii I l vi V.'. ANNOUNCEMENT 1 , 7!ic$xi-y.--: m ; m i i FALL a I tí si tía m fill gives us great pleasure to announce the arrival of our NEW FALL GOODS. As every clay brings new goods to our store. Q And we can assure you one of the most varied and complete stocks we have ever carried. In Ladies Ready 'tO'Wear we can snow apsolitit . the newest a W KM. AS SOME OF 'NIK REST MADE GARMENTS IN LADILS SLItS. COATS. STRUT AND MINING DRtSSiS AMI Di ll SKIRTS AUK WORTH MAKING A SI'JX IAI. 'IRII TO SKK. Our Shoe Department IS ISKLM ITT. I. OF NKW. SXAITY GOODS Til AT WEAK AS WELL AS TIIKY LOOK. WK CAN SHOW YOl MORE STYLE AM) HE. TER VALI E Til AN 0 VK UFEN ACt TSTOMKD TO GET. 'IRY IS NEXT TIMK I 'OR SHOKS FOR TIIK WHOLE FAMILY AMI YOl' WONT UK DISAPPOINTED. In Our Men's Furnishing Department WK ARK DAILY RK( EIV1NG NKW PATTERNS IN ROTH MtN'S AND BOY'S SLITS ANT) IN A VARIETY OF STYLES AND COLORS TO SAT...

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. — 12 September 1913

r -4 txmtxl WENTY-FIRST YEAR CARLSBAD' NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 12. 1913 NUMBER 44 ffi MAYOR GAYNOR OF II Y. DEAD PASSED AWAY YES TERDAY 1 OCEAN HEART FAILURE THE CAUSE SAYS SON WHO ACCOMPANIED " HIM. AND SENT BACK THE MESSAGE. Deathof Mayor Complicates Race for Successor at Coming Election; Re nominated Recently by People of AH Parties to Run Independently. New York, Sept. 11. Mayor Gaynor died on the steamerBaltic in mid-ocean 1:00 o'clock on Wednesday after noon. News of his death was received here in a message gent by wireless and cable to Robert Adamson, his secre tary, by Rufus W. Gaynor, his son, who sailed with him. "Father died Wednesday at 1:00 o' clock, due to heart failure. Notify mother." Mayor Gaynor sailed away fromNew York, a fast failing man, on the morn-a-ing of September 4th. An hour be fore he .sailed, only one man, his sec retary, knew of his plan outside the numbers of his immediate family. The mayor's announced put pose was a brief vacation on the ocean. ...

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. — 12 September 1913

NO. S487 .C. Biaso, O U. coui i, Vice Pr4ldot. ínter. Now Well TTiedtord'g Black-Draught Is the best all-round medicine I em used," writes J. A. Steelrnan, of Pattern ville, Texas. "I suffered terribly with liver troubles, and could get no relief. The doctors said I had con sumption. I could not work at all. Finally I tried THEDFORD'S BLACK DRAUGHT and to my surprise, I got better, and am to-day as well as any man." Thedford's Black Draught is a Kfnrr.il, cathartic, vegetable liver medicine, that has been rcjtutatinn irrcj'.uhri- 1 S ties uf the liver, stomach und 13 bowels, lor over 7'J years. fict j M a package- t ul.iv. Insist .n t!ic r Í L-cnuinc TlicJiord's. H-7.J C r I i; ., it, I ' ; !'.. ;. t.i : Klir .. I I ; I ' I II Ac A .( Of M.M I., !!' i 1,1 ti i- lul, ' : I" ' iv lory I it I I" I i 1 1 . ... I po ilion I c w;n iiiilm.' of tlic III. Ill 'I i,f l ) i 1,1 ,. Ill 1. 1'- i ni ci.ai I'C of th rl,i .1, I i -.id, nt .loiii i assiinii-s ! a n'.-.poii-.ilulil y (lúa i in no wi-...

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. — 12 September 1913

' ) OPED A SPANISH ML'STANI FROM DECK OF AUTOMOBILE Tarty of Texans PtM off a New and Original Stunt at the Yellow House Round-1'p. Littlefield, Tex., Sept. 8. Tom Tlark of Frisco, Tex., claims the dis tinction of having roped the first gen uine Spanish mustang stallion ever lassoed from an automobile. Mr. Clark, accompanied by J. II. Taylor, Jr., and Joe Taylor of Mc Kinney, A. E. Harp and Clint Shcpard f f ..riainview, were intersted pee atora at the annual branding on Yel low House ranch this week. Mention having been made of the fact that there is one bunch of wild horses left on the plains, the gentle men decided to undertake the feat of catching one. Antelopes and coyote wolves have frequently been rundown by autos, but no record of a horse before. After a search of an hour or ho they espied the mustangs and started in pursuit, driving a Hudson, 4-cyliruler car. The chase over the prairies was very ex- aiting. With Mr. Shepard at the wheel v.11 dog holes and ditches were safel...

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