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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 12 September 1913

Qi)rVarltUigh (Current Wm. II. Mullan. Krfitnr nd Manuir . H- KSI'1 U) tl.to per annum Carlsbad. N. M , Friday, Sept. 12, 1913. Official Paper of lmn oí Carlsbad. OFFICIAL PAPF.U F.DDY COUNTY TIIK CURRENT. Renders of thin pa por re earnestly requested to compare the copy vou bold in your hand with any other country weekly in the whole Went. In it you will And the latent new to date oí the world in general, including the decision in the Sulzer impeachment and the death of Mayor Gaynor, the latent in the Thaw caite and the prin cipal features of the new tariff bill, in fact all that would interst any ordi nary reader, Besides this there is 11 about the disturbance in Mexico that is interesting, all state news of interest, the proceedings of the dis trict court now In session, three times the quantity of local news of any other paper, an interesting continued story, live stork and poultry, poetry, humor ad many other features. The Cur rent is the largest paper in the county, being full...

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. — 12 September 1913

4 -4 mninnin i nnn iTmin I UMIlLUUnU LUUflL IILIIIU . Carlsbad and vicinity has been fa vored with fine rains Intely, the pre cipitation since Thursday, the 4th, at which time 1.0 inches fell, is as fol lows: Friday, .55; Sunday, 7th, .32; Wednesday, 10th, 10; Thursday, 11th, 14; total for the wee);, 2.8 inches. Robert Erell was up from Mont Clair this week. Lewis Means and wife are in Ar tesia this week. A. J. Heard is among the Plains visitors this week. Ferris Heath, f Lakewood, is in the city attending court. Paul Gray and wife are in from the ranch for a few days. Last Sunday heavy rains visited Knowles and vicinity. The family of Rom Holt leftWednes day for a stay at the ranch. D. R. Harkey was in Roswell the first of the week on business. A. M., "Pat" Russell, of Loving, vis ited the county seat Tuesday. J. B. Mitchiner, of Lakewood, was in town Wednesday on business. ' Jack Campbell, of Roawell, is in the city this week on a business trip. T. A. Ezell is up from Mont Clair, ...

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. — 12 September 1913

Tax Inequalities, The tnx question in New Mexico in quite n serious one ami is a long way from being solved by the new law. In I hi connect ion the Santa Fe Eagle hus invest tented tiiv reKultit obtained under the new law, so far an they have lift-n reported to Santa Fe, and its findings are contained in that pa It in an article which we reproduce. Tin1 Fugle suys: "The new assessment law han not operated to substantially increase the assessed value of property. In New Mexico us it was confidently prcdiet i(l ly it friends that it would and, consequently, reduce the rate of taxa tion. P.efnre the law wan passed the assessed valuation of property in the Mute did not exceed 1(5 per cent of the net mil value. The new law provided t hut all property should he returned at its full value and thut the assessed value should he one-third of the true value. The returns for this year nhow that the increase in the alue of prop erty in the state, other than railroad property, for purposes of tax...

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. — 12 September 1913

HOPEI 1 HEARD th walli of frtrf and li urn When lYtam'e walla war wrapt In On ma I atorx! within lha Fomm placa Whim Vandal ax and Oothlc mnre Hnttrred (ha pride from Caeaars fa ra; Whan Dasue's foul lesiona filled th Heine With rnrpaea and beetank lha plnln Of Kranee from Tari lo lirralnn; When Flanders Ml Iwfnre the ales Thai maila a Bpanlah riend her liege. Whan wercwolvaa wrought a (millo Una For Louis and hla fragile queen 'Twaa I who etap anew lha accna, 'Twaa I who wiped away lha acara And at tha haavena freah with atara. Herbert Kaufman. I SAID TO LOVE." I SAID to love. "It la not now aa In old days. When men adored the and thy waya II alaa above. Named thea lha boy, th bright, th on Who apread a heaven beneath tha aun." I aald to love. I SAID to love, "Thou art not young, thou art not fnlri No fairy darts, no cherub air Nor awan nor dove Ara thine, hut fuaturea pltllraa And Iron ringlera of dUtreaa." I aald to love Thomae Hardy. 00D GIVE THEE PEACE TODAY, jol) Klve thee pen...

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. — 12 September 1913

1 DISTRICT COURT The ruse if Ysidnro Miranda for for gery no tried last Monday and the Jury brought in a verdict of guilty with recommendation for the clemency of the court. This in the case that whs made famous by the defendant eatinir the check he was found guilty of forging and then again ty defend ing himself in the district court be fore the jury. He is the Mexican who killed Harvey ( amp in Carlsbad Home years a tro and is very well posted with regard to law. The following arc the numen of the trial jury: John Eakin, A. It. fall, Arthur May eh, J. 1.. Taylor, K. S. Fritts, A. M. Russell, E. S. Sprontr, K. I. Fuller, W. (', Sellers, H. Ü. Person, Chai. Walter, W. M. l ite. The following true bills were brought in Saturday: .lames . Holcomb, larceny of bees, bond $1.000.00. Clarence Itrooken, P.-purating calves from their mother", bond $."00.00. Cru. Hernandez., assault with in tent to kill ami assault with deadly weapon, bond f 1 ,000.011. Cruz Salindo, assault with intent to k...

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. — 19 September 1913

IV II I III lili lililí I UL Mill lili II I II 1 14 1 ffi 'WNTY-FIRS r VRAR CARLSBAD NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. 1013 , NUMBER 45 H U E RT AS Will Spare no Effort to Bring About Free Election of President Next Month and Ilia Greateat Triumph Will be to Turn Over Ilia Office ,. to Successor With I'eace Established. t ' Mexico City. Sept. It!. Provisional 'resident Victoriano Huerta delivered his Demi-annual message tonight at the opening of the twenty-seventh Mexican congress. In it he promise to pare no efforts to bring about the unrestricted election of a president and a vice president of the Mexican republic next month, declaring tlmt it would constitute the greatest triumph of his career to turn over tho oflice to his successor with the coun try at peace, as he hoped to do so. Geneiul Huerta suid the slruined diplomatic relations between Mexico and the United States has caused the Mexican i.ation to suffer unmerited affliction and hud retarded the pacifi cation of the countr...

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. — 19 September 1913

Four; Kit is ( Ai'iritKi). Kleve Barrett Mliped to Have Con feascd 'Hint Mr ii;ncl J. W. Cox's Name M Had heiks. Mai-lalcim, N. M., Sept. It. Sieve Ham-It. alms Edward I.. Drown, chHui.l wltli bin iitif obtained jl(i::n by for fililí the mi int- of .1. W. (ox, h wealthy raiichniim near Until, N.M.. to checks drawn fin th' State National lunik of Albuquerque, is in jail in Full Kivcr, Mans., having been arrested then- Tuesday afternoon hy I'ii.kerton detectives who have been on the trail for a month. Ilarrett ha confessed his wrogdoing and is willing to return to New Mex iro at onre without extradition papers, it íh said. When raptured altrrctt had prnc tirally all the money which he secured on the worthless checks. Farly in the spring Ilarrett drifted into Magdalena, where he was at first employed hy 'ile Kailston on u ranch nix miles west of town. Itarrctt later worked for J. W. Cox on the Cox ranch sixty milei west of Mi'irduleiia. While working for Mr. Cox it is said Ilarrett sto...

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. — 19 September 1913

i u. r Matara A Charmae." ' Of II attractive clrla there'a ona I often and many know ha lurea In earnent mood or fun. In aim or lawn or oalloo. Hit apHI tu wima unlqua may aaam. Of lnvara aha haa hud a aoora, And on vnrh fond ona ah would baam Aa thouah but him aha eould ador llar Ufa atarn morallata mlirht ban If Mia rumor had Ita way. But her admlrcra never can Quita fraa thamaalvaa from bar odd away fee aaaa bar with a aallor "apoon" And to a aoldlar'a lova raapond. la daylight or bancath tba moon Bho'a avar of aoma fallow fond. ha haa baan married many tlmaa To king and paaaant, prlnoa and churl. And atlll may long for wadding ehlmaa Thta charming motion ptctura girl J. A. WaJdron la Judge. AT RI8T. Thay wara paaalng through a grevayard. Mid tha monumanta ao whlta. And wara raadlng tha Inacrlptlona Aa thy glanced from laft to right And thay atoppad balda a graan grava Where wara flower of tha beat And read beneath a woman'a name Tha almpla worda "At Heat " " 'Twaa time that Mary...

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. — 19 September 1913

i i t t a u Ehr CtnrLUiaii (Curriutt Vi m. II Mu1 mm lwi II I I I I' i! KiIiot muí MaiiUtffr I i"r Minimi Carlsbad V M I r I :iy. Scpi. I?. HUI Odiuol l'aftr oí Uvwi ol larlMuiü. OllItl.M. PAPER i:iJV ( ill'.M'Y r.sK or ( 11 phosphates. )ii.iiii.' tho 1 .i M'Voial Jim 111 11 M y lest have bet 11 made 01' li,o va'iiim, ffH iliv,-rs fin mill ill this vnlll'V. I Chief uiii.iiig th..,o who hiivo ((,4,.(, - ferlili.is may l.o mentioned I'. (i Tracy and I.. F.. Postor. It has hoon held lor yours hy those irentlemon that "the soils horo aro rich in mineral Halts lut lacking in acid phosphates. Though this property of tho noil is to a certain extent supplied ly tho guano it lias hoon domonst rated hy actual test that mineral phosphutos get re sults uiikor and that uhout 400 pounds por ucro is tho host uantity to Hupply for tho first your, following jp with prohahly 100 pounds for suc ceeding years. Tho main causa of the non uso of this fertilizer in the past has hoon tho almost prohihitive ...

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. — 19 September 1913

i: i PAD! ODAn IHPAI ittmo I iHIAI iiliHIl l i ll. Hi r Y.1 Francis Groves has typhoid fever ut , street. R. S. I la Ike, of Roswell, whs in town n business yesterday. J. W. Tulk wai in this week from his ranch near Moscly. G. U. MeCrary, of Artesia, spent Sunday in the county neat. Secretary of the Interior Franklin K. Lane i very ill in Berkeley, Cal. J. W. Campbell and Mack Campbell, of Monument, were in town Saturday. Fred Schermeyer, of the Mountains, spent most of the week in Carimbad. Dick Johns, of Artesia, was tn town the first of the week, on a business trip. Florence Love and Postmaster Shep herd, of Lovington, were in town Monday. Messrs. James and George Pelk, of Rocky Arroyo, spent part of the week in Carlsbad. Mr. Darnell, head clerk at the Joyee Pruit dry (roods store, was on the sick list this week. Miss Maude Hepler came up from Loving: Wednesday and spent the day in the city shopping. John Nevenger came in from the ranch near Pearl, Monday and return ed Tuesday fo...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 19 September 1913

ai i i i rn i 1 m , v i n i i i i i i i i i i i i i i it i i i i i i' i i i i 11 i i i i i ii i i i i i i i i i in II f I M M M u i i in I If Ml III II .. 1 I I I I I I II I III I it l Ml 111 I I I I I I I l I II II X II A II r I III V"-V v ' 1 ' 1 II ' 1 1 1 i III I II ii tt irr ta n r ri i ii w j j iljj i ii ii jsj n w )) ii n il i r iw Mn r. Tñvr &exrwr js u i - w iq i I hi Carlsbad, North old Legal N. M. at Rarey Pens Tender Cafe, one block East Court House The following described Property will be sold to the highest bidder without reserve: One Black Horse, about 1,000 Pounds. One Bay Mare, about 1,000 Pounds. One Brown Horse about 1,000 Pounds. One Sorrel Mare about 1,250 Pounds. One Brown Mare, about 1,250 Pounds. One Two Year old Sorrel Filley, about 1,100 Pounds. One Brown Yearling Filley. One Holstein-Jersey Milch Cow, eight years old. One Red Poll-Shorthorn Milch Cow, Three years old. One Two Year Old Jersey Heifer. One Yearling Jersey-Hereford Heifer. One Sow Bred Aug...

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. — 19 September 1913

4 FIKE CHIEF HEALY'S CAR. This la to certify that a railroad aplke i Inches Ionic and one-half Inch quare, tapered at one end, was romov ed from a 37x3-lnch lA-t Guaranteed Puncture Proof, Anti-Skid tire. The apike intcred the center of the trend, was deflected by the steel diuca and emerged at the edite of the tread. The tire waa neither punctured nor the fabric damaged in any way after having driven five milva with the apike In the tire. The weight or the car la 4,200 pound. The tire haa been run 2,000 miles. Signed and aworn to thia lat. day of July, 1913. Hy F. E. SCII UTY BACH, (SEAL) Driver for Chief llealy, Denver Fire Department. DEAN SMITH AGENT CARLSBAD, N. M. SONORA DECREE REVOKED. -a Americana Will be Permitted to Arm for Seif-Defenae. Washington, Sept 16. The Consti tutionaliata inSonora hava revoked the decree which forbade Americana and other foreigner! to arm themselves for elf-defense. Consul Simpich reported today from Nogales that the consul at Hermosillo had noti...

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. — 19 September 1913

re i IHstrict court adjourned last night until October 22nd, when 11 canes net for the adjourned term will come up. The petit juror of the regular panel were excused until that date, when they will he on hand at nine a. m., to answer to their ñamen. Holcomh Acquitted. The case of the State vs. Jamen R. Ilolcomb, charged with larceny of the frames and been from fortyeight hives the property of J. M. Kuyts, came up for hearing last Thursday before the court and the following trial jury: K. H. Sprong, Chan. Walter, J. (J. Usscry, Nat Roberts, W. C. Sellers, Ken Dickson, A. It. Call, I'aul Ares, Will Swopc, Jno. Kakcn, Karris licath, and J. It. )ye. Considerable interest attached to the case it being the tirit ever tried for theft of been on the frames in this county ii i id us Mraltuyts uiui bin wit-' iicsses testified to the frames it was dillirult for the jury to decide for it the party, visited at Ashland, Wiscon is said Kuyts testilii-ii that bis frames sin, and have not yet return...

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. — 26 September 1913

Sill :WENTY-FlRSr YEAH CARLSBAD NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 26. 1913 NUMBER 40 .LEGISLATOR GUILTY LUCERO FOUND GUILTY SEEK-! IXG A BRIBE. After Eight Hours Deliberation Santa Fe Jury Convicts Member of State House of Represen tatives. DEFENSE A Kit A IONS MEN WHO LAID THAI. Counsel for Prosecution Declares Not I Guilty Verdict Would Equal Charge of Perjury Against Daca el al. Santa Fe, N. M., Sept. 23. J. P Lucero, member of the lower house of the state legislature and a prom-' inent figure in the Room 44 episode j of the first session of that body, was early this morning found guilty of so licitation of bribery, the jury in hisi case returning a verdict at 1 a. m., ifttr having been out eight hours. Because the attorney for the de fendant, E. P. Davies, was absent from Santa Fe, at the time the ver dict was returned, the usual motions for a reversal of findings, new trial, etc., were not mude. If necessary ap peal will be taken to the state su preme court. The charges against Luc...

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. — 26 September 1913

to iiiHuiu'", ' t 1 '. I'' I: Hi I I i- I ,l.'.. mM ?íf w vfcj rMf ! b '.mVíí--- í t-í ; y. v - - .f &aH ?) Kj That st ove f vniirs f-.n? . i i but V"ti Ii'.vc let tiiiu 's t!ii;t Mcanwhilv, 'u t;i iiiurs!:, of cvciv lump u knew it, is ';'.v l'ail of every dollar vmi spend in Rather extravagant? Yes? The ordinary stove made of a lot of separate castings leaks air. They leak air at the wrontf ce. I'laecs you ran not control. Rl.st i.i i- the hest part of your coal the 14,000 cubic feet of common illuminat ing as tli.it is in the average ton of $3.00 soft coal oes uf the flue unbumrd. l ou have lost :t. It has i This is the heater that is a joy and comfort to the housewife. It makes no dirt or smoke in the house. This is the heater that saves labor fix it in the morning and at night and FORGET It tiii: Ri.st of the Time. This is the heater that gives a steady, constant heat from soft coal or lignite. 'I'liis is the heater that will hold its fire untouched for a day and a half. Thi...

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. — 26 September 1913

Di m 4 Cwilninl Imltst'. Maury I Dlggs, former stato rclil twt of California, was sentenced ly Judge Van Flin-t In Mío Moral district court nt San Francisco lo serve. to years In Uto staUi penitentiary al San Quentln and to pay a Htm of 2,(KI for violating tho Mann white slave irnfllc act. F, Drew Caminctll was sentenci-d to eighteen month a al thn samo peni tnntinry and to pap alino of 11, .Ho for a similar offonso. Sentence were .Imposed in tho presence of an assem Allaire that filled the courtroom to its fullest capacity. Judge Van Fleet's words In sentencing tho men were, wry Impressive. I Htnry Nmm4 m O'ttsr. President Wilson has designated Representative llolmrt L. Henry of Texas to deliver an oration on liehalf of the finiera! government at tho ded ication of the ItallKia monument si to Sept. 2(1 at Man Diego, Cal King Alfonso has designated tho .Spsnih minister as his personal representa tivo on that occasion. THE Melting of Molly By MARIA THOMPSON DAVIESS Copyrltfnt, 1911. ...

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. — 26 September 1913

ghr(arl Lmfr (Current i Win, II. MuMnt.r. Flitor ami Mnuw hhi Kll-I H I.M per annum. Ol'R NEW STORY. I The following letter speak for it- nlf : I Mr. Publisher: "A Pcraon of Rime I Importance," our new serial by Lloyd' !arUbad. N.M., Friday. Sept. 26, 1913. Oalmurnc, i exactly the sort of story . that makes the best newspaper ser-. Official rapt oí Town ol Carlsbdd. j w- Thc ',1"t for an !nte,re, cm- r pellín mystery woven about A I er- I non of Some Importance", unfolding She Wooed Him OFFICIAL PAPER EDDY COUNTY Til K TAX QUESTION. The tux question in thin Htate is the most vital question lie fore the peo- le and is the cause of a great deal of dÍHcussion. We do not hear so much of it in our own county, hut practically every paper Ihut comes to our excha nge tahle has something to say on the uliject. The state law is the first cause of dissatisfaction, and is really hindrance to honest and efficient county and state officials, in imposing just and equal taxation. The county commiss...

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. — 26 September 1913

Wd MMSRAn IflPil ITFMQ Dick Wicker was in town this week. John and Lwla Angeil are in from the ranch. J. F. Joyce spent a few days in Hagerman last week. J. II. James returned from his Wis consin trip last Saturday. W G. McArthur the Monument merchant Is in town today. John Cantrell came in from the ranch, Monday, on business. J. T. Miller, of Clovis, was in the city Monday of this week. Robert Eiell was up from Mont Clair, Texas, last Saturday. A. J. Crawford visited the Plains country last week on business. A. J. Crawford was in Roswell the first of the week on business. Tom Runyan, of Lakewood, was in the city the last of the week. C. A. Thompson and wife of Kansas City, were in Carlsbad Monday. P. P. Hinson, of Clovis, was a guest at the Rightway hotel Wednesday. "V ' Marion Ezell was up from Mont Clair, Texas, Friday and Saturday. F. II. Rarfield came in Monday from Fort Worth, Texas, and is in the city. Chas. P. Pardue was a business vis itor to Carlsbad from Loving yester day...

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. — 26 September 1913

HIRAM P. MAXIM. Fikoui inventor's Sov Whi !'" irvtnlto NeiM Rilanoar INSTRUCTIONS NOT FOLLOWED SO SATS! tX PRISON COMMISSIONS BIN t CABUL FILES HARLEM HORROR REPORT Aim Cilia Iht Attniii ot Iht Cvkkiwi SmJIM 8 ul li. fluM mt htguialKnt Whlili Cuff Iht '.' bii'cm lliKuititm Uuli With tht I'lgwl; I II lla'k till "I lre il;ii if i, iiistnietiuiis given In iiiiiiia'ei s noil phvlsiciiii IihiI Ixs-n cm rii il nut tlieie wiiulil have been no rniiui h smiitlii'ii'il to (tenth In the dark eel!, a must uiitm tiiimU) alTair, am) nne ;ilns tu t.i i emeiulKiii'd iu prl-iin hisinrv." Tlii". i- mii i ti net ftniii a leport Just tiled li Hen I! 'iiIm-Ii, Inriiiei cliuir nun. ! llie pniii ii.iniiilsslon, with ( illllTlilll . I 1 1 1 1 1 1 " j I nut iihiiii". Mr ( iiliell hiivs. "As I hiti iml it I'I'imim eiiiiniiisiiitier ln Snl nt (lint tune was only Mulling Im ln tnri'i sin In assume the duties nf the nllii i' I -dull i eti am It'oiu iiiiikitiL' ' a li i in iiiiiiii'iiilal ii ins In tin ciiinihis...

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. — 26 September 1913

,1 ..In the tiro. KIKE CHIEF HEALY'H CAR. This in lo certify tnat a railroad spike ii inches long ond one-hall inch square, tapcrtd nl one fiid, s remov ed from a ;lJx."-imh Ia-v (.unrantccd I'um-lnrr Proof, Anil Skid lire. Tin' spike intend tln renter oT the trend, was deflected by I In- steel dim and emerged at tin- edge of 1 trend. 'Ilit tire was licit hi r punctured nor the fabric dumaged in any way niter having diivrti live miles with I lie spike 1 r I k. .. . I rk ..r tli. nr lu I ll I rr . in o t ... .s . r pounds. The tire has bun run 2, (Mill miles. Signed and sworn lo thin 1st. duy of July, 1913. I!y F. E. SCHCTYHACH. (SEAL) Driver for Chief Mealy, Denver l ire Department. DEAN SMITH AGENT CARLS HAD, N. M. Stone the Women. The head of Detroit's police force in a jpurt of ceal, ha fixed October 15 an the date when the 2,000 women of Detroit's underworld are to be put out of business. Asked what these outcast victima of men's lusts are to do, hii sole reply is: "My duty end ...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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