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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 26 September 1913

m STOCK NOTES. I m Big Display OF FALL SUITS IS HERB ENTLEMEN: That NEW FALL SUIT you are think ing about is right here ready for you. CI Those men who know the distinction between ordinary clothing and the HIGH CLASS garments from G rfrfViiiytTT 'WMHVM THE HOUSE OF KUPPENHEIMER will not waste any time in shopping around. fOur salesman have been students for years in the school of correct attire for men. They are of REAL service to you in choosing apparel suitable to your occupation and taste. fllf you are not ready to buy, it is our p easure to show you how WELL we can serve you when you get ready to buy. Agent I Ed win-Glapp I Shoes I CHORES i ii a íí Flagstaff, Ariz., Sept. 22. Fully PO,- O'M) feeder sheep anil lambs have been , lioutf lit in the district from Albuquer- iue to itoihrof k. rive cent t pourd han been jnid for the lulk of feeder lambs, although some offers wont to f.10. John Norton, the Phoenix feeder. has bought several thousand cattle in northern Arizona in the la...

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. — 3 October 1913

THE GUADALUPE ROAD Piedras Negras Attacked. Piedras Negras, Méx., Sept. 2. A m a QHt txmtú. T WlilNTY-F RSi YEAH CARLSBAD NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 3. 1913 NUMBER 47 V THE WAR N no DEAD PILED HIGH ON BATTLE FIELD NEAR AURA. Federal and Rebela Engaged In Des perate Hand to Hand Fighting After Ammunition Ran Short munitions of war to Mexico. Mr. Hamlin followed an opinion by Attorney General McRcynolds which Piedras Negras. Méx.. Sept. 2J. I that munitions or war made " More than 400 federal and rebel dead contraband by the proclamation were were left on the field below Barioteran "artic les manufactured and primarily where a fierce struggle took place be- "d ordinarily used for military pur shot by one of his companions. TSis the grand jury last week, have been theory has been practically aband m i. (riven until November 1st to file their When the boys went to the melon ..at -h answers and present leiral objections 'one of them was carrying a 22 rife. ; and the case will be taken u...

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. — 3 October 1913

Our OlB Whit it the smallest slate in Europa? The iiittitiiiiliititi. i.iul-.le ol Mule tie I. nil Hie I h MiiiiJ.i I ictM--li tier Uiiin.v muí I ;!.-1 1 1 n i M..I.-IH-I I,, in un aren of Imicl one iiimI i i i 1 1 i r ter inllcs mid ii i"nilnt un of :i..'H'o A iMitlll'llll'J fllllllll-lll. Hfttllllti fl'nll tVr lifter the full of Nnioleoli hi 111. WHH II 1 1 II hit- t'l m.'1'ee oil the nu liel'slilp of this tlu.v piece of l.iml iiml lluully i left the iiifMtiiili for future xettlelneiit lelilí hile ll wan tu he inlliiliilxtereil Joint! ht the two Mutes. The Joint admliilxtrntloii nihui rculiis In mi ml mllilNtl'iilloii hy neither Ht.-ite, mid the community h-aiue self gnvcriiliii; fler the priilei tliiii of I ruilii unci Itel Blum III IMI the two .'lllirilllleellilf CotintrleH )Me the illstrlet Its own In flllieliilellt iiilllillilsti iitlnti I III rein'h Inx the mlllliiry lire the youth of Mor i net hits the i hoh e of nervliiK eltliet i llelnlnin or t.erninny What ia the meaning ...

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. — 3 October 1913

tlons of (.'tinada. The d'.r Ih imt ea ! : Reduced Prices on Lumber We are pleased In adMse our customers that July First made a reduction of $2.50 (he thnuaand on practically all dimensión and Kradca of jillow pine lumber. We belitre I hin la (he lowest price that ran be expected on lumber of the tratic we curry, and urge Intending buildcra or all those with any prospective work in view, to buy now while prirea are low. When (he grain cropa benin to move lumber la aure to advance. Fifty tenia on the thousand off on ahlnglea. THONK 68 THE GROVES LUMBER. CO. E. Hinrtrlfki t'raairiant. Marran l.lvlaraton. Vire Preairiant. I N. l.l.lnH.Inn AMiatanl Cathtar M. Hlcharda. i .ahur. NATIONAL BAN KOFCARLSBAD United States Depository ( Postal Savings ) UIKKCTORH Mnrvan l.lvinvamn. C. H. M' l.nith.n. 8. I. Kobai ta. F, r (oap t. V Llvincaton. C M. Kieharda. SI ROUND TRIP TO ST. LOUIS $ 4 J. ? Summer Tourist Ticket at Special Reduced Katea Will be on Sale Daily June Ut. to September 30th, lnclu...

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. — 3 October 1913

(ljf (url haft Current Wm II Miil'i'i. MiKit und Mmisirrr i" xli I I' i. t.M. per smiiim Carlsbad. N. M. Friday, 3, . 191:. Ofliüül 1'aftr of Igvmi ol tarlslkiJ. (II H( I M. BAI'I.U KIMIV (OINTV Very Impudent. A Now York paper is said to have ottered to pay Secieiary liryan $ri,000 per uimuin provided lie would remain in Washington unl uttend to his af fairs us sccnlary of state. Why was not this otter mude when Taft took ftiis tups and vacations and other olli cials of tin; government from enjf i neers of the reclamation service, offi cials of the army and navy, clerks in the departments and all who are con nected with the government go and mine and do its they please for at least a ni;iith out of each year? Hut bo mum' Secretary liryan prefers to use his vacation in the interest of educa tion ami at die same time attend to all the impoitant business of his o (li ce ly wire and ly cypher messages as moM of the business is handled, vi is tiumercifiilly criticised and badgered ly imp...

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. — 3 October 1913

I 1 OADI 0DAÍ1 I nOM ITCMO UI1IIL.UVI US LUUIIL 111.11 U O l l 1HHIWIWlWHO" W. C. Reld, of Roswcll, was in town Monday. J. S. Handley, of Lakewood, spent Saturday in town. R. A. Marris and wife were in from the D ranch, Sunday. Sam Mitchiner came Oro Grande for a vtsit. in Saturday Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Mac Arthur, of Monument are in the city. N. W. Hall, of Lovington, was town this week on business. in Paul Gray and wife were city visi tors from their ranch, Wednesday. , lg P. Moody shipped six cars of cattle to the Kansas City markets yesterday. Otis reports one of the heaviest rains this season Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Kelly Vest returned last week from a visit with friends in El Taso. Born to Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Mct'oi.l this morning at three o'clock, a girl baby. W. 1!. Harrison, of Malaga, was in the city registered at the Rates hotel Monday. J. F. Kemp was registered at the Bates' hotel from Seminole, Texas, Tuesday. Mrs. J. E. Senter, of Kansas City, Missouri, was in town Wednes...

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. — 3 October 1913

Jf' We Make Them Tired i i KM ROADS COHSS "O Wf 1.a Vi ir DOTIT SEPT. 23 1 di i íllL Thirty States Have Named Delegates to Attend Big Gathering. To Discuss All Phases of National and State Roads Problems. : : P':v"',''M!'g'' T fti A Hi V rX4jáU A good meal a tickled palate a comfortable snug ness about the belt. And he is amiability personified. You young wives and some of you older ones. Take the suggestion. It's worth the while. "Feed him well." It pays big dividends. But don't attempt it with a cheap or broken down Range. Get a Rood one. A good cook needs good tools. Poor coffee, Fopfjy potatoes, heavy brend, half cooked steaks leaden biscuits all due to imperfect combustion-cheap construction uneven oven heat mechanical faults in "V-ilB' '-V "" ' .1 MV IT ' ' , ; I it 'i i j . Y linw.j. tmiwrr i w in t 1. 1 j i rrW-- It is the one "star" performer in the Range market and you will miss it if you fail to drop in and sec it. It is now on show. COME IN. See the name "Cole'" on each ...

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. — 3 October 1913

NEW SCilOGL Socorro, FOR SALE, CHEAP. If sold at one, 1 team of mules, mare and cult, 4 icnts, 1 wadn anil 2 acta of ti hnrncas, 8 frcanoa, 2 scrapers, lwpiito at this oflice or the Star niurket. , I A fine line of second hand furniture at Ohnemua-Wcawr Co. They Murdered A Wilch. Report comea from the reservation at a locnlion near the Wheat Field-), that a Navajo singer, a medicine ninn. a8 killed by a number of his fellow- r men with an axe. The ainjrer had been called to treat a young Indian girl who was sick, and after he had worked with the patient for a number of days and no cltuno-e seemed to take place, another healer, a Navajo aquaw medium, waa called. When he awakened from a trance she informed the trite that the singer had been keeping the prlrl aick instead of tryin? to cure her. Upon thia information the tribe became enraired at the medi cine man and a number of the jrroup seized him and held him while an- other heat hia head to a pulp with n ( heavy axe. Gallup Indepen...

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. — 3 October 1913

V MEN, DIDYOU EVER HAVE FITS Then visit our store, for we can FIT YOU. The long and short, the stout and slim, in fact "EVERY BODYS DOING IT NOW" We've gut Sl IlS for the whole crowd find the range of prices wont anyone. From M.Vlill up for an all Wool Suit. hurt And we didn't forget the hoy; all sies from 4 to 18 year, in NORFOLK KM( KEKIMH KF.RS and DOlULE Hit HAS I III Sl'ITS priced from $2.110 to $111.0(1. Bring in the hoys; we rati lit them. Till: BEST I. INF. OF HUM'S ITKM-1IINGS WE HAVE EVER HAD and thats ;oim; SOME THE BIG STORE Croasett Shoes Make Life's Walk Easy. JOYCE-PRUiT CO. w i: want vorii tkadi; I McDonald Flannel Shirts Guaranteed to Fit, and Fit to Wear. j Handkerchief Shower. I A very complete surprise was per petrated on Mrs. Kolilne Bnwdcn rt ihe home of her parent, W. II. Fer- Íj . i'iHon und wife on Alameda street, r Wednesday iiighl. ' ' !e pito the miu quite n crowd of the í ; yiuiu' lady's friends ir."t nt the homo I of N. T. D.Kit'l.city ami from there ' ...

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. — 10 October 1913

ftjt E 1 rWENTY-FiRSf YEAH ST Ann na ta WHILE PREPARING TO RETURN HOME FROM HUNTING TRIP OS CORN IS SHOT WITH AN "UNLOADED GUN. Our community was again shocked by the news of the accidental shooting of Robert Osborn. the well known t.l I- - Z á tu . . . I- I L. ........ nl UAilnaa. UlnCKHIIllill, WHICH UtlUlin ncuinn- "day afternoon at tne Mosclcy ranch decided on Saturday afternoon at the about eighteen miles west of Carlsbad, conference between the state cor The facts as gathered from the tes- poration commission and the officials timony at the inquest are as follows: of the express companies go into ef The deceased in company with S. D. feet. Not a rate in the state will be Hill and R. D. Fuller had been on a raised under the new tariff, hile shoit hunting trip and were as far as most of them will be reduced, I. j re the Moseley ranch on their way home, duction ranging from 25 to CO per At about 1:30 P. M., Wednesday, Mr. cent. Hill pioposed that while the others N. K. Iockwood, ...

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. — 10 October 1913

yxier) and epartmen What I m nt by th phr "O, burg camf atign a uaad in account f tha faattla of GttyburgT Tlii trnttle of tJettyshiirg. generally otixltlered I lit greatest (if the civil war. iN-i-nrred July to 4. IU. Iiut tin CettyNtiurj i itinpiitgn Included luir ta lit inurements prti etllng n ml follow lug th battle, rxtemlliig from June .1 to Auk. 1. W13. nul Including more tiian fifty minor ImlWo nml skirmishes. Hew many foreign omn ara thare Im tha Umt4 SUtaaT .How many mnr A'-ConlillK f tilt? lA'IINIIK of llilo. there are n.Kl.lSX foreign female nml T ;.".!. M.'i forHiru uiuk la it true that mwi f 1a. etatee have ! townahipa a tewnenip govern Mntaf If eo, what etateejind whyf All lli slnte huf inuiiUM. hi id In II tlu Mute the loutitlt 4r muImII tided for llii' purine of lie)! govern niciit. Imt iIih term tuwiisUlj) is not sod In nil or In a iiihJihUv .irf them. All Hit' New KiikIniuI ntirtt have, towns Instead of low imliliw. mid quiten I atltlilicr of statin have iret-lii...

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. — 10 October 1913

Morían Llvliia-atnn. Reduced Prices on Lumber We are pleased lo advine our customers that July First we made a reduction of $2.50 the thousand on practlralljr all dimension and Kradra of fellow pine lumber. We believe this In thr lowest price that ran he expected on lumber of the rrnrli-a we carry, and urge intending builders or all those with any protective work in view, to buy now while pricea are low. When the grain crop begin to move lumber ia aure to advance. Fifty renta on the thousand off on shingles. THONE 66 THE GROVES LUMBER. CO. mWmñ r Al II "rr f I I if4l I ft aw mmm m a I H-V m HI A ML hW- i 1 1 ii i uuLiiu uiiuvv n uiu NiiHu B. Handrtoki Fraatdont. Marian l.lltin. Vie PraaHant i- N. l.iinKnton AMlatant Caahior C M Hlcharda, ('. r. NATION ALBANKOFCARLSBAD United States Depository ( Postal Savings ) C. H. M'iinathan. 8 I. KohwU. M. Kicharda. DIHECTORH: r Uupp J. S. ,ivinstnn, : 4 ; ROUND TRIP TO ST. LOUtS S Summer Tourist Ticket at Special Reduced Ratea Will be on Sale 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. — 10 October 1913

W. 11. Mullanv, KJilur and MaiiMar Carlsh.id. N. M.. Friday. Ort. Jfl. 1913. mi KiriloN i.Mprrunum Of 1 kial l'jpir oí limn ol larld-id. Or I RIAL PAPER EDDY COUNTY Subscribers in arrears for thr Cur rent are notified tlmt the paper will be discontinued l tlifir uddress unless pa) nient ii made within ten days after leceipt of lull or until- tlmt the paid tinn- has expired. Stale Kngineir lo Ittnore Eddy Counlj James A- French, stale engineer, accompanied hy Lridgc Engineer J W. Johnson, lift this ufu-rnoon for a ten-day roud inspection flip. They .II visit Alhunuc roue. Socorro, Sun Marcial, inspect u bridge Mte ucross tin' Km liiandc in Sierra county, travel along the hot del land route and probably designate where several thousand dolíais will he spent in im proving this t tuns-continental road, visit Silver City, doulile hark to F.I Paso, thence to Alamngordo and Ros well. In-fore Mailing lor home. -New Mexican. A.i will he noted the ruada of Eddy county are to In- ignored, thou...

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. — 10 October 1913

-A .4. J CARLSBAD LOCAL ITEMS Claude Jenkins was up from Loving Monday. Frank Joyce was in Artesia last week on business. . Nib Jones was a visitor in Dayton last week on business. J. E. Terry was up from Loving Monday on a business visit. Mrs. T. (. Wyman went to Loving Saturday for a few days visit. Doc Reed, the goat man was in from the Guadalupe yesterday. C. V. Rosson, of Loving, wan a busi ness visitor to the city this week. . Lela Christian is ill at the home 'of her parents with typhoid fever. Otto Baumer, was in the city this week, registering from El Taso, Texas. C. A. Baker, of Roswell, was a guest at the Bates hotel Tuesday of this week. R. A. Morris, of Amarillo, Txns, was a guest at the Bates hotel Wed - nesday. Miss Julia Thayer is on the sick ' list this week and is, therefore, out of school. Mrs. ('liarles Gorloek and Mrs. F.isenger of Malaga were in town Tuesday. Mrs. J. W. Hepler und daughter, Miss Ruth, of Irving, were in town Saturday. from that metropolis the 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. — 10 October 1913

n.ivi. inunde 0 A S.ivhi of h Irv Iucl VHK Sojt Coal, Slack or Linlto. I m n t Vt ' I You pet back the original cost of your stove in the fuel money saved each winter. Could you ask for moro? Here is the Guarantee on Cole's Original Hot Blast Heater Backed Up in Every Particular by the Maker $: I A living .f mic -third in fuel over any lower draft Mi,r of Hie same ne, with soft coal, il.uk or lii'intc. "2 Thai ' ole's i lot I'.l.nt w ill imp less hard coal for heating a ci'cii spa, e ll .n any hasc burner made Willi tlx ,'tinc mc luc put. "3 lliii! llic iniitii-i i .in he hrati'd from ,ue to two hours i.iih ii.oiiniu' with the s'.fl mil or hard coal ji'ti in il.c siom- Ht rvciinn; lut-ire. "4 Th.it (In si ive will h. ld hre wiili -oil coal from Sitmilav ni.'lil until Mi.ml.iy morning. 5 A iiniforni I . I day and night, with soft coal, hard io.il or lignite. "f -That every Move will remain absolutely air-tight as loin, as used. 7 That the feed door i and will remain smoke and illM il...

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. — 10 October 1913

A PERSOM OF SOME IMPORTANCE 3 i :By LLOYD OSBOURNE PROLOGUE. hovera of Romane, attention! Here' a at or y you will like. It talla of myatery under the dreamy . s j i. n.. j.t.t. j Urikl. ta Hni Mfrtll w fit. Mut t hIkhiIc IiIn bend. "II la here." i km Id. laying IiIm hand to III heart. "I don't know what's the matter with me; lint I'm tlrad of it ull tiomx-xli'k. NrliiipM. (tlssui lotted, de rHH'l." "Ami you are determinant to leave England and what more can a . , ..... . . . Do not reproach me, air. I tM rou atory reader want f Tho myatery, m ,M.fore my ,Mt , w,h,,1R of conree, ia introduced early in to take yoti unawatva." the tale, and the love- foil owe "I'm anrry." hhII John Mrt with cloae after. Together they go '' "Horry rr myaelf it hmln hand im hand through the page, "k"l 'rfr ",J,n,re' Vi'T. . yi'itr hH Mlwuyit tnu no futihful, of the: story, never parting com- ova sorry. t. for you. my frh-ml. pany unfit the- final chapter, thiit you hTmmiM 'boom t c Im' k There the myate...

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. — 10 October 1913

CATTLK IN FREE OFFERS $7,000 IN PRIZES FUR First Importations I'nder New Law Made by Healer Y ester-day. Fort Worth Horn Show Will Include All '.'lawn Next Month. SPECIAL ffl.000 SAVED ON SHIPMENTS Kevisrd Sihcdules Cut Off Chief H. ccipts, and Itcdute Other Cobb Officially Notified. i -1 i ii i r-,.l nrTA grim, , i i -yl fJThis week we are making a special effort to interest you in FURS. tJOur showing is very complete and embraces everything from a cheap Coney to a high priced Lynx. IMINT VIT I OU THE COI.H u i: i ii i:k id dki e vol Suppl our w ii n I h in t hitt line NOW, While I hi- slock ím complete. Some Hpccial price priced from $2. (Ml up to i.'.Viin. LOOK THEM OVER. IT'S NO TitOtTtLE TO SHOW YOf AT THE BIG STORE Joyce-Pruit Co We Want Your Trade" IK I. IK si yii.m ei. (it'ln vur lo Eighteen Months in 1'rÍHiin. Appealed to Supreme Court. Molion for New Trial i hcnicd li Judge Ahlmlt. Jose p. Lucero, member of tin first li"ji-lal nif limn iJm Arriba couily. wini n.i riiiix ii...

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. — 17 October 1913

I-i 0 1 TWENTY-FiRSr YEAR CARLSBAD' NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 17. 1913 NUMBER 4 ato TÍ f WAR IS ON DICTATORSHIP ASSUMED BY HUERTA. United States Cabinet Receives Decree in Which Huerta Declarea Him self Dictator of Old Mexico i Neither Mr. O'Shau&hnessy nor For-Mexk-o City, Oct., 15. That the cri-i il(fn Mini(it(,r Moncno would discuss cis in the relations between Mexico I tl c ti.rms, of the nol0( j,ut Sl!nor M. and the United Slater , which was al- ( (eno duiiprUld it "intemperate." ,piost precipitated yesterday, is only( A, . Pom.UHÍon of lhe cubinet temporarily delayed is the general feel ( nwi,uK St.nor Mohcno admitted the 7 K nere tonight unions ..icxiciuia nnu ton.ig.iers. v net. uihi now mo. un. development will lie rcucr.cu is a ques-, tion agitating ull alike. Tlwiinpri-.ii.il wl.i.'h U gaming , ground tl.ut other miti.ms nr.. inclín..! j to fail in line with the Washington ad- ministration in the matter of futuie 1 1 '.icy ti.ward Mexico, ' it is ui trued, may tend ...

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. — 17 October 1913

n ef paraon who o reatad boingaf a etudent who In theennrtu of hla del? In Into the obai-urer problema of n DILECTO k;S linn 'nii'e of foi mer limeriior t coree in nríJilill LANE COULD UTILIZE 100.00010 Secretary I.:in linn A Large View of the Possibilities In Ret la ' million of Land. DJ the eonstttutlon of ths Unitat tatti prior o tha civil war daclara 01 rt all itatat in tha Union to bo freí nd mdopendent if not in ao man words, at leaat in aubatanca? No pro. Wluii In I In' niiixtitiltii ii nt elsewhere hi I In- liiw was I'lrt unid pre.l.u In tin- lll war fill'itlj forbidding niiy state t iIImhiIvi lit biitiil witli tin t'irioti. 'l'lii' ii' linn nt Jai'kHiiii in tin- uulllltciitloii times, how ever, being approved, set nu iidtiilnl trstlve If imt h legal precedent ngiilnsi (h'I'nhIiiii, wild Ii waa Ulule tlmii ui abatrmt proposition. What aro tha color of tha state roil rayo in GarmanyT Yellow for Hot rlass, gr-rn fur see nd eliiss muí wliltn for third rlnaa. On what grounda may...

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. — 17 October 1913

A 7' Reduced Prices on Lumber We arc lmtl to nil vim our customer Hint July I i ml we made a reduction of Í2...0 the thousand on p-nrllrully nil dimensions and prude of yellow pine IuiiiImt. We believe thi is the lowest price lint run lie expected on lumber of the "n'l'i we inrry, and urge Intcndin;; bulle'crs or ull those ilh any prospect le work In vie, to buy now hile prices are lnw. When the giuin crops hen in to in.ive lumher is ture to advance. Fifty tenis on the thousand off on shingles. T1IONK THE GROVES LUMBER. CO. K. Hntrtk I'rwtilnt. M"Tiín I tvintin. V.r I'riMii.lrnI J N l,iv.nKon Asl-tnl l'iihirr NATIONAL BAN United Gtates Depository ( Postal Savings ) l)IKKvri)KS Miirmn l.ivim:(in. '. H. M' l-tmllu-n. H. I. Htl u . y y l(.-j li I S l.ii.,'on. i: v). Uirnanl IB ROUND TRIP TO ST. LOUIS I UI.7C Summer Tourist Ticket at Special Itciturcd Rates Will he on Sale Daily June 1st. to September 30th, Inclusive. I In il Return Limit October Stat Te Point in all Slate. Canada and M...

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