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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 17 October 1913

ffilir (Carlnliaít (Eurrrnl Wm. II. Mullan. hililor ami Mll.wrr Carlsbad. N. M. Friday. M., I?. 113. I'BHi KIITKj tx.tm pe r annum Official Taper of Town of Carlsbad OFHUAL I'AI'KK EDDY COUNTY Subscribers in arrears for the Cur rent are notified tlutt the paper will ue uiscunum.eu u muir auuron u... payment is nn-.de within ten days after receipt of bill or notice that the paid! lime has expired. The Fall Festival and Flower Show Wednesday and Thursday of this week, at Artesia was a success Tuesday, The parade was led by the Artesia band, fifteen strong, all in uniform, and was followed by decorated floats and autos, besides Apache Indians on horse back and Mrs. Sally Huberts on a white horse, dressed in white with a white banner upon which was en grossed 177. th"' y'f M- Roberts ra me to the valley. The parade will long be remembered by all who wit nessed it as something uniiue. The display of fruits vegetables arid pro ducts was exceptional and the poultry exhibit was good- Artesi...

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. — 17 October 1913

1 OttlUODHU LUUnL II LITIO y Í. T V.J PADICDAn IÍ1PAI ITCRÍIO U- Remember the band concert next Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Hill Queen were visi tors to the city Friday. John McLellan waa in from Rocky on one of his frequent visit this week. Henry Meadowa, was in from Lov ington this week. W. W. Dean was in Artesia a few days this week. M. F. Little of Altus, Oklahoma.was registered at the Palace Wednesday. Judge J. W. Armstrong spent Wed nesday in Artesia. J. Prank Jnvrn i a Vinkinpiti visi. Vr to Hope the latter part of last week. M. R. Jackson and son, of Mont Clair, Texas, were in town last Sat urday. D. E. Rryant, of nagerman, made a flying trip to the city last Mon day. A. D. Jones, and wife of Lnvington, were guests at the Rightway hotel, Saturday last. . E. D. Fritts, was down from Artesia "u' business with our hardware men this week. A. M. Hove was a visitor to the fair at Artesia, going up Tuesday morning and returning Thursday night. Mrs. Pat Middleton came in from the...

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. — 17 October 1913

hmr I b Si if im m liHchari'i'd, ami an iher mistrial wa vritten into tie reí d i f th case of he tale of Texas versus Airnu Or- r. ('...ii! - I for t i. .! o tilj"cl'ott til t' .dai't i ''.ri' t'.'-f jury hciiiji (lis- Ü.Jnuufiiu ?$1 ' i bnel; only three months no "' ' L and it is komc burned out And the oven is ruined, too. Cheap ranges cheap castings - poorly made - tell the tale. Touh on the owner (because unnecesaryj, but fine for the repair man. Note the construction of a Coi8 s Ti e I. :!): !.ui:i , ' a 1;! ln( , f ' rt t!.,:!, sti' ;;."i-.v.-,l. I.: .''!: H-a S 'ai o-n t i , c i . ni't v,ii 1 1 o Inn i. ic. I i :r : t b k!- tivi'ci'ial n v-d in .my rane. "Colcizeil SttH.'!" fire t'ack and short center tn.ule ui a lire-resi.sting metal outlasts íive ' J ordinary hacks -and r,;.,- you $20.00 in repairs alone. Thin, quick-heating, Co!eized steel lid j -annealed and unbreakable. Everything top quality and combined with the world-famous Cole's Hot Bl.ist economy principle of burn...

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. — 17 October 1913

Socorro, A PERSON OF SOME SYNOPSIS Mutt tlrninrhton Irnvm ihe rrv1 of John Vort on it I'urlflo tnlnnil to ri-turn to Amerli ii Mnrt bIvph him a vitlnntil rln. Itroimhton proml to mty nnihlnir eihmit 1he rnvKterl ui Mori unit hl wnmnn mm. tnlon ti 1 uhlpwrrrknl mi mutrt ' Jl In Rnn FVnclrrt on th ring CHAPTER II. Th Ruby Ring. "l AM ( nptnln HrouKhtom of the III tihlpwrecketl Mhonv rth I I I 8Uir." he expliiloed. "XII 1 ' ' hA went down wttb my hip except thla rln. and I hotild J.U.I I Vat BUM I A 1 .1 U Étl Irftlll Z Toa, h." p.wobro cht i K me. "It'e hardly la our 11m,' napped fgtb clerk. "Expert valuation to a buai Beaa In Itself, and" The con vernation was Uterrupted by uaio, oiuuia man. " of authority, demandad U know what i wh the matter. On I ta belnc explaln- ed, b. took op th. rtec looked a It 8nood w tft D. with m. aurprlM and aaked Matt If . w t0 ,UTaniMl tbouaand dol B balo&ied to the peep'e that had ony WU fM, prkege of aelllng kaan reocoed at tiy the mall tbe rtni m...

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. — 17 October 1913

Boys Clothes yi IM f i'r, Ft y i it t iiwi: iin;sr and style its so hard III . i-: 1 IN SII S I. UMILNTS. i; ii i: i iii.m in ( asumí im: i iii: ii i is ami worsteds Not folk muí Double lirr.'isii'l Knickerbockers, some with two pair of trousers. Tin- kind Hie Imy ran ..car with comfort, without aiirrif'uing IihiIin. Priced from .VI Ml up In JHl.liO per nuil. may vr. snow vor: i rs mi troible at THE BIG STORE s Joyce-Pruii Co We Want Your Trade" ONLY TWO KINDS OF ROADS NEEDED Concrete and Gravel Best Fcr t t. . Hiways In Country. EFFICIENT AND - DURABLE, Pri dent Wnii'on of Auto-nob.l Clnmhir of Commrrca Et.l.l Vi Says Old Roadmaking Math od Ara Not Practical For Modern TraHic Usages Citas Illustrations. In lln' opinion of K. 1 1 W II III. 'ii of III.' t'M.'.l lools nitntiillti'i' of tin at:l'- ii'il'i!'' Ii ,i i ii I m r ol ini.imctiv there Kaoulil ! uily fun klli' of I'. ul H li'llll III lili oountr). roll' I'-tc mi'l ii.iil :!, tin New ol I. Sun. Mr W i 'lull Ih'Ííi-W' Hi.it conc...

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. — 24 October 1913

.HUERTA A ill fit ' 1? WENTY-FiRS f YEAH EJ.PECTS TO BE ELECTED HIM SELF IN THE ELECTIONS TO BL HELD NEXT SUNDAY. Thin (Jovernment has Made the For mal Request that Gen. Huerta Shall Eliminate Himself. Washington, I). ('. Oct.. 11. Pres ident Huerta' denial of any intention ' ' of resigning adds another cause foi cerious apprehension in the threat it i .arries Unit Huerta will lie a candi- date for re-election after breaking yilli (wnhna. to v.hom he oi iginully pion -ed his support. The pur.igraph in which admini.s lr:Aion t fliehils see came for alarm is that in which Huerta say: "Should the elections, which will be held us I have promised, indícale an other for the president'), I i-hnll step aside." Huerta Expects '".lertiiin. This di-claration is he'd to curry with il the intinialii'ii that Huerta feels there in only the remotest possi bility thut nnv oilier than he will lie successful ht the flection he has culled for next Sunday. The administration ,annot look upon this develo...

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. — 24 October 1913

' ' ' .t t-ld-l I I i d In ! I: l.-te ul.. ne In li,'i up I , t ' I res.. I in u . i.:' I ' hH E mf bH bar csnp ar siseas Uliias wW. 1m'I U mUiti. BarCalasMi. T a new tubsrgiiu:j Out lOLS fw'.-UaWfeaa k Worn Oat? j IS A REAL CURE r . rri7v .M;i TO II xaery ana Mil tt a man born in thia country of French paranta aubjacl lo tha military law of Tranca that ia, ia ha aubjact ta military duty in Franca if callad up n tha aama aa thoaa barn in Francaf Any person horn In tin- I'iiIiihI Untes, irrcspoct.'re of tin iiHtluiinllty of liW pureiii. mar Ini'iiiih nn Amorl ran citizen when In- coiiioh nf ii iff hy sdKtilf Inn his Intent loll ho tu do Ih fore ii imtiiry I 1 1 1 1 . In Hiirli cusp he la tnd llnhle to mllltiiry duly In uny forclun I'liutitry. If. Imwrvrr. lie has tnni1 no move to ohtHln Ali.crhiin clt HettKhlp he In tihjcct to t lit hiw of the I mid of which hi fattier In h tin What haa become of Zala, tha Franeh esavelistf He died In ltttrj from aoddenfal ae pbyilatlon Haw many pana...

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. — 24 October 1913

h 1." ; 1 t.'l'l '1 '; 111 'i r .1 I 1 J, ,- : , , . - ml hi .-ii M.:.,i .,l..; I T -.'. .'I , :í ti'ii. 1 i-. !. - I 1 ! , - i, -. 1; ... .. ii.;l 1 v , -. I 111 :. I . . ,4 I ! .' ' !-. I ..1 I '... - I . I ,1. I'l . ..'i n. l .i i 1.- i..i i... iliy 111 :i el ', ill I Hue I ln ' ; 1 ! ' I .. .1 I i;.' Mll'iiul . ;i : u i 1 In- -.i.ii 1 I I e,' I lie -l.i..- V ll I I .. i,!1., -i I :.,..ii':J '"." ;.' jtuut,mii1li ..'H. , 1..1;'' ... ... j -,;1"r' "ss- I'm s I mat ii l.lin.MUH live "I S! I -le t .leal ;-i"li--H-l"M-MH-l 1 1 I I I It1 1 tu 4 r3 y h a a a o . !X a! Is like what you want your hair to be Lustrous, bright and glossy; soft, áilky and wavy. It-I rvr-ir-i. Wmn HAIR BEAÜTIFSER I i.Te'l. . . I . ' ':. -fí. . Ml 81 I i ' W'K&&J lilt !t'8 just what lts name imjücs jtist to J 4., V$'P$'?ffl fíífl II make the hair glossy, and lustrous, and more lihl llritili 'áWfVÉjr beautiful just to make it easier to dress, and I lili íll ' W li more natural to full easily and Kracefu...

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. — 24 October 1913

Ft Will ffilC (Carlubaft (Current m, II. Mullan, Kili'nr and Mmutr Carl-had. N. M. Friday. tM., 21, 19M. i HM KIllloN II Wiper annum Official Paper of Tovsn of Carlsbad OFFICIAL PAPER EDDY COUNTY Subscribers in arrears for the Cur rent are notified that the paper will be discontinued to their address unless payment in made within ten days after receipt of bill or notice that the paid time ha expired. Just one year ago today the Cur rent installed a new linotype and at that time promised a better and larger paper for the coming year. How well the promise was kept we leave to our readers to judge. The subscription price has remained the same but the quantity and quality of the reading matter has been improved in about double that of the former Current. There is this we will promise for the coming year: The Current will be better in many ways but not larger nd will endeavor to hold the subscrip tion at the low rate of only $l.r0 even though beefsteak has more than doubl ed in price and...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 24 October 1913

H CARLSBAD LOCAL iTEMSl I. V. Walter came down from Hope W 'Sunday. C. H. Weir was in from Monument Tuesday. C. U. McCrary wai down from Ar tesia Wednesday. ' A. I). Jonea and J. W. Stuart, of Lovington, were in Uwn last Saturday. H. C. Holcomb, an old timer, was down from Lakewood Wednesday. Keen Darr, was In Iakewood a few houra Tuesday on a business trip. Frank Joyce spent Monday and Tues day in Artesla on busines for the Arm. L. J. Destree, and family spent last week in Roswell, going up in their car. . 11. C. Kerr is again home after a three weeks absense from the city. Dr. Powers and Fred Gibson were visitors from Hope, Monday. Joe Johnson was among the other Lovington visitors in the city this week. George Nelson was down from Iake wood Tuesday registered at the Right way. Wesley MeAlister was a visitor to the county seat from Lovington last Friday. W. M. Evera, f Lake Arthur stopp ed a few days in the county seat this week. P. Moody; the stockman from Kansas City, came in fr...

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. — 24 October 1913

i i.i... ,: I. . !:-t! I i.aMi.i.' kl-'i ii-ars of t-i.:i, t s a ml II" d jsi a n e en' eti" , 'l I I .a s I he I It III '.'',.f... : . ts- .'-. I . I I... "S l.fst 1.,-ir 1 I l'..r his so I l ii ,.,tv mil h as f,..- r..'tri',.r - . . í h" la rnii'l s in this ECCM0MÍ2E IA0OR l.t I1C9 FEEDING K. Hll'lrirl.a l'r .nt. M.irrfAM 1 ttoiiaslut. Vlr l'rrsii"ut J N. l.tvli.M.tiiii Afllntai,t rm'.wr Klih.r.l.. I. . r NATIONAL BANK OFCARLSBAD Why let chilled fingers and a blue nose spoil the buckwheats and a cup of good coffee? You can have a warm dining room cer tainly you can. Your fire never goes out in a Cole's Original Rot Blast Heater I.vrn flu.- (lic;iHt yiadc of cual put in i hi- ni'.Mit I t I h c will he n mas of .ii" i"M' i,i tin- -.i-. rtiin:;, n :i I will I. ' ' 1 'if. 1 v.' ."''" I ! v tnf two or t ! ' '" I.' v' :. in lit .i '.-- -.J i hi ntl V. ' ' V. ' . i'.v.. : -si.lt co.il ur.l toal """ --i: , ' . v.--!. 7 ' i i . ..-'ire.'. i?. " C'. I., ..M) S ! I I. R. M. Thoraeg Di .ilrr ...

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. — 24 October 1913

SOCORRO, fit TO BABYLON. COMRADK. n Ihr itnwn la idíH l.lKht In veiling rvrry atar. Pnle nsaihst the puliría: My Ulraina a cit.iil.il af'ii Where i ha rarth and aky ara ona. Comraila. II la llntiylon I Com radii, no lha niMimlny biaaa Prat upon us aa a o. But I aa a city 'a maaa Gray again! lha firry alow, Bhadowy lowers, cool mrrami thai run Wa ara naarln llahylcn Comrada, hnd w avar furard Half tii weary mliea betwrenl Vow tha aun la naar the wast. bo tha trrr tha rlty arrean. ' --'nda tha Inurnay lon begun. Wi ara naarlna Habylon Comrada, now tha night la lata. In tha darknaaa mum ba Vary naar tb city gata. Where la room for thsa and me. Real a now to morning aun Wi ahall wake at llabylonl -Mr Ami raw Lang. A PERSON OF SOME IMPORTANCE SYNOPSIS Matt BroiiKhlon lenv- tin- i lr of John Mnrt on a VacMc lulnnil to rturti to Amarlrn Mnrt ?' him a valuahl ring. Broughtnn promlnrn to aay nothing nhont tha mytirlii Mnrt and ht womnn com panion Mr I hlp rrrknl mi niuat raallxa In Bnn ranr1...

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. — 24 October 1913

"Uoy ScouU" Camp Shoe .i i " U .,h,,. ho ,hBt wePt ,h "nrr like tlflAl VIM Inat b a ' 1. I : ' . . Bradley Sweaters ,9 Mil p .at 'tí ft y THE BIG Á , iv.'v',: v. ,'5ri pi i . A Joy We Want Your Trade" M A'Lt. 'J . 1 JtV lt It I: .' i u.-mI:i . t-'t., piece onlies- 11. v III pl - - Tlii'iil re u'tule- illnl - ..I . Pert Personals. In l.i- n plat l'.,'l n.il ,1 Slinw Is NMi.l to hair re i, lied 111 "lltilll " Irlnsr I" lie'lele 11 New l I. I'ost II. '..111- liml.e to Un Into- ot $l", IHHl I lltl Si lu ll i Irll ii t l s ra I es llel 'llill lt o lilike II sl,,i--. nl HIHllllllU file I. :iit. 1 1 .i Urs asloimtiiti lov.t .llllle lotelll Is slilliL' nil in lor who Kl.i.ril pull ol ni t her le oris i will deserte any in.lal she may K''t ak'aiiisi liliu rillsliiu ;h hlspalili nill e Cm netle nets a Claud erosa for his I'a.in f I 'race nt The lllt'iie I or some of Ins llliiatlrs In Aiiierlra tie cot the train I ilmilile i ross - I'lillil ilelptllw l.islter Train and Track. i The railway ati...

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. — 31 October 1913

E y, TWENTY-FIRST YEAR CARLSBAD NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 31. 1913 NUMBER 61 k COMMISSIONERS '3tate Board of Equilization Orders That Valuations on Nearly All Classes of Property Except Live Stock be Raised, Being Influenced by FALSE REPORTOFTHE RAILROADS COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS BE IT REMEMBERED, that on this 20th day o'. October. 1913. the Board of County Commissioners, of Eddy county, met pursuant to the adjourn ment had October 6th, 1913. Present: Commissioner, Mr. W. H. Woodwell, County Clerk, A. R. O'Quihn. A quorum not being present the board adjourned until October 25th, 1913. W. II. WOODWELL, Attest: Chairman Pro. Tem. A. R. O'QUINN, County Clerk. BE IT REMEMBERED, that on this 25th day of October, A. D., 1013, pur suant to an adjournment had October 20th, 1913, the Board of County Com missioners of Eddy county, met, pur suant to adjournment had October Oth, 1)13, at which meeting the fol lowing proceedings were had: Present : Chairman, C. W. Reeman. Commissioner from Di...

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. — 31 October 1913

f1 WfiPStS1 Poor little kid. He could not help it That measly little ash pan. Hot as blazes and too small to hold a day's ashes. He never would have, had such bad luck with o Cole's Hot Blast Range It has a great, big, generous pan, twice the size of other makes holds 24 hours' ashes easily. Another thing it fits up tight under the "clean -out" door, and no soot can be raked out on the floor not a par ticle. Come in and examine this modern and perfect ryi? JSÍK: range. It has a dozen h iWiv "EgS other special economies ..r's and conveniences that e Tfyfrj will please you. Burns LtZjfíSSSfV&é$ any fuel. Miomo Ut;i! ntli I'iiii. I ice Hi.- ii-i- nf olli.r il.ukun. Sre fi nam " Cale'" on rarh Hungm. Nona gmiuint without it R. M. Thorne Dealer in FURNITURE No. fiHH I REPORT OK THE CONDITION OP 'The National Bank ot Cailsbad til Csrlshad III i..c i.i.i- .. ... ... ."'.I'M.': t.l :lie tJosc if Iuimiic ilrtobcr 21. I'.il.'i. KKSOfKCKS HOLLARS. 1.UMIIS llllll I IIm'oIiIiI .. $I72,K'.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. — 31 October 1913

Would Woman Bs'lTaas Quarraltonisf If men Indulgís! In the nnsmrtnmnn Ilk tnctlc employed by women in tho orlnl muí nrcnn Ixntlon gnme they woulil not only lime nil rhniie at th coreted office. Itiit they would proba bly be wejl beaten up for their nc tlona. The woman In rrnol. dlsoour 'l teoue and unfair to her sisters because ah knows another womnn will not atrlk her It would b so ntifomlnliiel Hae yon pw listened while th women ntiil girls of n household re peated the tale of their eiperlence at th Ladle' Alii society, the Whist club, the Altar kuIUI. the I.unrh clubr son hear how ninny aprone were ' mad for the neit sale, what lines waa displayed In playing a certain hand at bridge, how the gntld hna de cided to redecorate the chnnci.l or the latent dlncoverlea In domestic nrlence made by the young rtsika? eaya the rictorlal nevlew. Not at all. The burning question In almost every rnne In the Inefficiency of eonie officers: of the unwnrrntttisl pnw er wielded by others. Consider...

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. — 31 October 1913

Elir Cariaban Cnrrrot Wm. II. Mull.,,.. K.l,u.r .n.l M.. , r . Carlsbad. N. M., F.lday. Oct. 31. 1913. i iim. hiitio i.MiM-rannum i Official Paper of Tcmn of Carlsbad OFFICIAL PAPER KDDY COUNTY i . 1 Subscribers in arrear for the Cur- rent are notified that the paper will b discontinued to their address unless faymerit is made within ten days after 1 receipt of bill or notice that the paid i time has expired. I BOARD "STRUNG"; TAX I'AYKKS STUNG. The sUte board of equilization has stirred up a matter that will certainly rause the members untold trouble and m flat bark down from its position be cause of the fact that the board has been "strung" by the railways and swallowed a tissue of false statements. The wonder is that such men as Gov. McDonald, F. W. Clancy, Antonio Lucero, Howell Earnest ahd W. G. Sargent could be ao easily duped by the railway clerks. The rolls con taining the assessments of twenty tracts held to be not on the rolls in Kddy county, were in the hands of the board...

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. — 31 October 1913

V- I nininnin innii imin I 7'"" "TI I MUI VUIIII I lll'ni IILIIIIV I- I umLüunu mum iilitio r W. 0. MacArthur wu in from Mon ument last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Charlea Din more were guests at the Datea yesterday. C. Brogdon was down from Lakewoo kewood the latter part of last week. Mrs. De Autremont, of Lakewood, spent Sunday with friends in Carlsbad. Whit Wright, county commissioner, Is in town this week, from Artesia. Mrs. V. C. Rosson and Miss Elsie Wallace, of Loving, were in town Mon day. Thomas O'Leary, of Amarillo, Tex as, was registered at the Palaca Hotel Tuesday. and Mrs. R. M. Thome returned Saturday from their week's stay in santa Fe. Mrs. Jesse Wheeler was quite ill the first of the week, but is about again at this writing. Miss Blanche Harris, of Otis, is spending the week with Mrs. Hardy, on the river. W. E. Thayer and wife visited friends on Rocky last Friday, going up in their auto. Mrs. G. P. Ashcraft, of Webb City, Missouri, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Hardy, ne...

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. — 31 October 1913

c Depsur4 U there any premium en the Ameri can half dollar of 1813t No. The 1H1. hnlf dollnr la not Hot 1 In any of tho latest eoln ontnlogtipa aa commanding any premium The nil ver half dollars of 1 nt . 102 ami 1H15 are w..rth from fi to $.Tfio each, ac cording to condition, but none of the half dollnr mined during the Inter venlng yearn U worth moru tlmn fue value Whan waa Ma am net 'a opara "Manon" wr.ttan? Whan waa .1 firat produced? MnXHVllft Hlillli "Milium" Hllf tlTUH In Un- wirly clirhtiei, It was first pro Junl nl tin- I'm Is upeni ( nil.ii- .l.u, 11. Jsi Why were "trmle clr.ll.iie" laaued by the United titea ullir the civil warT What ta the value of one today? Tin i Hi-It- iin'inr i.i i-;:; i,si,,.,i fir t-M-'-n id.- f ir ,.,-( l- I.i ,ni.,i.. trole nli i Iim. i , i ,,, ,,, i, " I"1 ' "I--II--it In tin. I " nl .i y i ii r i- 1 III' lililí 1 ..--l ''ll IT'. II, Mll'l UIIS I'inI ii in:',., heiivler tli.iii i!,.- M.., un dollar 'I in- l---.ui. v. i - i-i.,,,.. n 17. A in, ii...

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. — 31 October 1913

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