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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 23 April 1915

i í ha dipped ta Bm basT, fot allowed to na McfcedMd, esrtoas results aiay lollow. N anurous monia, aad other fctal dhV mm, cm bt tratad back to COM. At ths fot Siga oft cold, pralad jreurMM by tftorowiMr cletnaiag yoor sjafcm wttha hrw donas f THE0F0R0S DLACK DRAUGHT tha old reliable, vegetable liver powder. Mr. Chas. A. Rafsnd, o Madison Heights. Va.. Mr "I hivs baca using Thed- ford's Black-Ursught for itomsch troubles. Indiget Uoa nd cotd, and liad It to ba Iba vary batt medicine I ever ined. It makes aa old aua laal like a young one." lattat oa Thedtord'e, the' original led gtauioo. E47 JULIA A. HflARPE I1EADS WOOD MEN CIRCLE. llrrtioa of Grand Lodgs OftWers Com pleted at Today's Session: Koswrll Lends Nest Convention. The Woodmen circle convention losrd In W. O. W. hall today, after three day eeaaion. The election, whlrh ia naiil to have been a sweep ing victory for Mm. Julia A. Sharp, siaie neaa; aim ner aiinerenta, re Mulled BS follows! Hupretne delegate, Julia A. Sharpe; ir...

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. — 23 April 1915

amarillo Shoe Shop Morsas t.lvlataton, Vkm Prwtdml. t N. UvlnSMoa AMirtanl Csohwr 1 WE HAVK A COMPLETE STOCK OF LUMBER WB WILL CHEERFULLY FURNISH YOU ESTIMATES ON TOUB WANTS ' YOUR PATRONAGE WILL DE AITRECIATED PecosValleyLumberCo. imione o SURE! We Have Good Coal FROM MOVING TRAINS. Communication by wi retasa tele phone batwaan moving train and th station of a rslrload, heretofore aidarad ena of tha hardest problami hi tht hola wireless field, bat boon, brought to practically working ba-IX . Ma on two or tno railroads or this country th Lackawanna and tha Un ion Pacific. Ona of tha Interesting thing about this latest development in wiralaas la that whlla thay ee eompliah practically tha aam purpose tha system devalopad on tha two rail roads differ radically in moat of thair essential feature. Tha May Popular Machantes Magaxine, In an (ilustra Ud articla, describa tha two systems aa followa : "On tha Lackawanna Railroad tha wiralosa wavaa ara transmitted di-j ractly batwaan antannaa...

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. — 23 April 1915

i BATHING SUITS It's time now, buy them while we have the kind and size you want. A big assortment, all sizes and all prices for Ladies, Misses, Men, Boys and Children. Lots of Bathing Caps also. JOYCE-PRUIT GO. We Want Your 1 rade IWHK. IIOItTIU'LTCU.U. MEETING Hnpiiit of nioeling of 'Hoard of iJorliculturial CnmmUslotitir held at Carlsbad. April fitli: President, John W. Lewis, Carlibad district riecrt'taiy, J. 11. Ccdll, Artosi dis trict. Member, Bryant William, Hope halrict. Th honorabl board of i'Uiity com skiiasloner this day sppointfld Mr. Kryant Williams of Hope for a period mi two years, and J. li. Cecill of Ar tos! a for three years. Hie Horticultural Iloard believes In aad shall tnsiat in future in dipping 1 ex all nursery stock in lime and sul phur, 111 dog rue test, 1 to li ratio. Also Inspettiou of aam where prac jscale. That a County sprayer l placod an Artesia as a means of full enforce Writ of he spraying law. Sam be . Wig authorised by county commission- JT. That 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. — 30 April 1915

Í (( I ' , ' . ; CAXL8BAD, NW MEXICO, TODAY, APRIL I, 1918. NUMBER XX. ii r j:l,:.::.i.lofstateseii atesr:.itedto las vegas l)ar Special Correspondent Shews Üp , gie or IM Political Maneuvers . i, of the Late Republican - U Legislature. SanU Fe,'N. April 27-The bringing of the suit to prevent tha Uta auditor from paying tha salary and exponeos of tha atata traveling; ' auditor, an official crcaUd by a law of doubtful legality, haa brought out another on of those nica lerl ques tiona which are accumulating to make tiie ei dinar? citlaen feal disgust with tha law aa it ii administered. Tha suit, aa tha attorney rene ral says, doea Dot aat up eaueee for action be eauae It doaa not aat up tha senate Journal aa tha authority for tha crea tion of tha office and yet tha attorney general must know that when ha made k -i 1 .LL.L W - fe M LU 11 .1 i: i C TLrrSZ CZ' :.: tha republican boaaaa and they tooki?'"n" Nap Trow were on It off aomewhera to make It over until ; way home in Mrs. Trews bu...

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. — 30 April 1915

; í t ' COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS. BE IT REMEMBERED, that on this Tta. day of April, A. D- lt15, the board of Cajnty Commissioners mat pursuant to adjournment had yester day, at which meeting tha following froceedings war had: rent: Mr. C. W. Reeman. Chairman. Mr. W. II. Woowtll, Commissioner from District No. 1. Mr. Whit Wright, Commissioner from Iitrict No. 2. K. B. Armitronir, Deputy Sheriff, A. IL O'Uuinn. Count Clerk. Tha minutca of January Oth, 12th, Jth, 14th, 16th 16th, IHth, lirlh, 2Hth, StKh, and February Hth, March 2nd, 10th, 13th, 22nd, April 6th, 6th, were road nd approved. It it hereby ordered by tha Board that tha following constable bonde be nd they hereby are approved. Jim Baker, Precinct No .1. Homer Wilder, Precinct No.-4 8. TV Burke, Precinct No. 6. 8. E. Kain. Precinct No. 12. Tha reporta of the Justice of the Peace of precinct No. 1, A and 10 were presented and approved. A petition having been presented to tha Board requeuing that a road be opened beg.nning, a...

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. — 30 April 1915

I no arresta were made by tbe Etpoal- I una guaras or miniar; aartng tne day. A, "J" P, IHnotmred la colora and dea ting with the Panama eanal, tbe Panama-Picinr Id terna I tJODBl EtmMirJoa. flan rraai-lam bmí raHAml. m . -mm . . N the Atenué ef CemmeDwealtha at the Panama-Paclne InteraarJonal v Millions Visit World's Great Panarna-Pacific International Exposition at San Francisco. ALL RECORDS FOR ATTENDANCE BROKEN BY MARVEL EXPOSITION CITY AT THE GOLDEN GATE. 1 , I. :' si 4 t g ' l 1 " :i o -Ai i.1 1- --.' 0 Mi ' Pi 0 'i 1 r .-ILP VAST CBOWD OATHUUD BEFOEE TEX HUGE TOWM 01 JIWEU. ri rs remarkable pe.nomirilo pho tograph shows part, of the rut crowd that ga:bered od the opening day t the Kipo etrJon, Saturday. Ktli. ?o The crowd waa got only the greatest erar brought together in tbe went but to vastuesa It broke all prevloua eiposirlon attend ance rerordi The groonfti thronged erltb vlsltora from every part of tbe (lube, aud tbe big attend, ix-e ailll continue Tbe opebing day crowd ...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 30 April 1915

CfrtoUhsh (Current Vs. XL Msltaaa, ténmmáUtma OFFICIAL PAPER EDDT COUNTY. Glebed, M. M, Friday, April M. 111. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. One year In advance f 1.60 Bis monthi in advance 1.00 ' Thrtm month, in advance... .60 flantnl MliMl. h CanlS. . Mo subscription taken unless paid jLaa aiaiknaai .uhaeiibera ara notified that the sweet day, data aftar their nemos is tha only etica they will receive, anj tha Cur rant will not ba ent atar tha i data a markad, an for InsUnee, "John 8mlth l-Jan-16 shows that tha sub cription of John Smith expires Jan ry 1, 191, and wili ba discontinued at that data unless paid for another year. Tha motora on bota tha linotype and press of tha Currant have bam acting queer tha past wsek and han Rob Fauandan and Gana Robarta vara .asked to As them thay both dUgnseed tha caaa at broken "frequency" or aoma other whlng whong tha duty of which deponent layeth not. Whan asked bow long It would Uka to St tha "frequency" repaired thay aald that that very necessary par...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 30 April 1915

SjíSSi,.,.,.,., rm . ....I M UnJ r.já u in CauUaad Taca day. ' Kr. rTCIrk from 3uea wu ia Cartubsi loeeday. gervkae M Bt. Edward' church Sunday at a) atu M. Mrs. O. Uttle and tan atora In Carlsbad laat ..Saturday. Bill Bardar ras hara Teeede tfrom lhis ranch on Dm plain. R. W. TansJL Jr, from tha Uvinja . faon ranch, waa in town Saturday. .Scott Ettar leitior Albuquerque Jrnd Cher point Wednesday morning. . f . W. MoOsUauas waa In frees b; vCMtan country Tueeday for aupplis. Tom Middleton waa In from Queen Monday, making tha trip bona Wk. Bert Weir waa ia from tha ranrh f rat of tha week transacting business. Ciaba .Kyle and Jim Bradford, both of Eunice, wara in Carlsbad Wednee day. Wednesday Mr. and Mrs, Austin and Miss Mary .Simpson wara in from tha elalna. J. L. Toola of Knowlci eama in Thursday afternoon and may ha hara for a faw daya. Mita Lattia Adkinson, sister of Dra. Prank doyce, left for Kansas City Tuesday night. Bud Maltón and wife wcra here .Tuesday pn legal business, m...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 30 April 1915

Ucrn Cní? No doubt yo are, É ym taita trom any oi th otriiní aumenta 10 which ail women arc sub ject Headacha. back ache, sklaache, nervou mn, wrak, tired teaUag, . ara torn ot th aymn. tom, and. you mutt nd towmU of mm lit order towel wait Thousand ot romes, who hav bees benefited by this rsiaedy, arga you to . TACT I Cutf Ths Woman's Tonic Mr. Sylvanla Wood, of Ditto Mill, Ky., uys: 'Bcfor taking Cardul, I was, at rlmea, ao weak I could hardly walk, and tha pain In my back and head nearly killed via. - After taking three bottle ' of Cardul, th paina dis appeared. Now I ted at wt a a lavar did. Every suffering woouu) should tryCarduL" OeUbottl today. E- 6 ADVERTISING KATES. Per Inch of rolumn, run of papar, 16c. par insertion. Tima contractu and regular ads, It I -lie per insertion. IxM-al notice plain fare type nr hne, 6c. per Insertion. Iah-sI notics hlark far typa per line, IUe per insertion. No local notice tereived bv mail In serted or communication ordering ail- vnrtmement sn...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 30 April 1915

Ero'. kerar aervlMi ton, aer.mg anany aaowna, laat waak, minlrüag ihort tima. amarillo Shoe Shop WE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF LUMBER Ir WE WILL CHEERFULLY FURNISH YOU ESTIMATES ON' YOU WANTS ' YOUR PATRONAGE WILL ME APPRECIATED PecosValleyLumberCq. r.ae end, containing at wet (0 tI.ona of ou, yea took Mr niong y. - . . Con retornad rrtm Kot- vU last Friday ami reports a flood of considerable magnitude, alt same Galveston, ami aays there ,wm f man lrowned and moral horses. Ciarte? Hardin mad a business np to tha Irvin ranch In uainel county lass week. S. 8. Chesnut tha noma raiaar ama in from nía rancn west , m rock. looking around for wings oe- skrabie in hi Una. Thli country haa recently cnangee. ta color, and every ona seems to be afflicted with tha 'wander luat" mul ady. aoma of tham even balng so fool- . " . 1 -II. I. ah ,Uiw If h aa 0 not or mum minda off of tha finny triba. and dl- ussing tha merits or Uiaca nver. s- .. h. Rhino tha cow buyar la re- portad to have bought about ...

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. — 30 April 1915

.. i .- ..ta. half limen rut 1mi h axa,' ia mowing a. sperwdty of butctaring-goaas and akfeep Ar meat. Simas of itherfemale goatsi, aald Dr. WaHMi, aro s-iMnr milla in laxara ouan. losar from aatural cawef. Ami,; of ttt; Trrrrrr ikArck The Last Touch yet one tliatjs indinpcnsa ble to the proper costuming of the dainty, refined young woman is fashionable foot wear. BUT FASHION IN ITSELF IS IN- s SUFFICIENTS TO BE DESIRABLE THE SHOES MUST BE PERFECT FITTING AND COMFORTABLE, They mast ala have the murk sought and aeldoa foanii eallty of making the feet appear entailer, la a word, they moat be rtnek titer b waa aim UBr.4. CMMf nrr eerred. He had i hii oa ent. On the The lawr-lnf ow-s fwl wrr , . r (. other akia M ma Delaware M atoen ta J3et Of U. luae 1 -ana i:or-l f i rtgnt. i ni waa a a naw rraaca eon, Masata. t-eyee, raen, lwu v. , read, ana th running mam of ai car, Notm ttotravjUtaVorgo, Gee, IiylnrJtf, carta'. waa unaer moa ana wimt. h aoenr- earn: n. .. Jamri. taiaaaa iiifai ad a...

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. — 7 May 1915

, . ' 1 ' i . ' ' , . . y " .. . a-V V K- , CARLSBAD NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, MAT T, MIS. NUMBER M. o s DAGGALAUREATE AND COMENCEMENT v N:CU1B1EAD Í7 0 CARL C CASSINGHAM, A, B. t Principal of High School i Selene. HERTHA G. SMITH, Ph. B. Spanish, Hintory and. Domestic Science. , w0 noinpAi a. v., 0. u. TROT JENKINS. Mathematics. MRS. F. 0. SNOW. Commercial Cora ;ohn ,xiNa r Psbittag Club 4. Bess Rail 4. ; . parous E4itar Echo 'U Ha r Carlsbad Schools própriate Exercises--Nine Graduates to Receive Diplomas. Much Interest by Friends of the Schoolr-Rev. F. W. Pratt to Deliver Baccalaureate , Address Next Sun day at U A. M. BACCALAUREATE SERVICES. Next Sunday, May 9, will occur at High School Auditorium tha Bacca laureate services at II A. M., whan tha following program will ha ren dered: Voluntary, Mlaa Jim Panny. Hymn, "Praise God From Whom All Blaaainga Flow." Invocation, by tha Rar. J. T. R ad don. Dust "Rejoice in tha Lord," Bch-. nackar, by Mrs. R, M. Fessenden and Mr. F. E. Butlar. Re...

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. — 7 May 1915

r WHEN ELIZABETH SCORED Or Case of feo Many Lovers. ft, AGNU G MOCAN la ail ala trying eiperieuvee a Altor Richard ft'nl bad never fared ap peculiar a Ituauuu The twa pawns: meo bad bural In uiwd bla pn pry. accusing aud gee'b u la line la au parotierent nianuef Aflef oiurb que tUpIng their cauae of roinplalnt waa taaatid Ui bo the rerent publlrattiio of Iba following aatoulahlug ruiuaiutilra Una: Mr lu.uan Walla aiet Mr John Ula ef Woo.lt'ornuah aninajiiea ilicir enaaae ami to Miaa Kliaaiiath Thornton tif una l Twlif II) htiIiI editor read Ilia paragraph, then rnlÍH- lila ejree Tbla la out of uijr province." be re aiarkrd al laat. "lull I'll ee Ihe aucip . If editor annul It " K.i uae.' enapped Hubert Walla "We went l.i her tlret. ami aba eava Ike rllppln waa tli.liTt-lit ly nipleil ruui tlie W laallainiintti Kutiurtwn Any aea goea In that borne tuwo Hier. at bow a thing Ilka that i-onld 'gel y' la a rveiualbie dally"- -Hurh hlamed eraleeaueaa lulu lit ring a prettjr ault galuat yo...

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. — 7 May 1915

V N N N 3 1 5 R GLRMANY HAS BEST PORTION OK ALL FRANCE. Ia Narrow Strip of Occupied Territory AJ) Iron and Coal Lands. GREAT STEEL AND IRON MILLS HELD. Washington. D. CAprit 14. Th Importance Of tha flea percent of French territory held by tha German ia itrikingly set forth In a statement Bven to tha press today by tha Na tional Geographical society. It how that while it la comparatively imall in area it I vary larga Indeed in In dustrial and agricultural Importance. It aaya; "Holding only about 10,000 iquar mil of "r-Tích tarrltory, r lesa than on- twentieth of coatlnonUl Franca, the Cfrman hare behind their ad- vanead line nearly ona-half of indus trial Franca and tha home of one tenth of bar population. Paa-da-Calia Nord, Aisne, Ardanna. Mauaa and Meurthe-at-Moaella, of which tha Ger mans hold all or tha larger and moat important parta, ara tha banner depart manU of Franca, llera ara the minea, tha foundariaa and factories and tha dairies and farms, which are tha pride, the wealt...

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. — 7 May 1915

(Ehr(arblmb (fiurrrul Win. H Mullan. Mitnr and Mwmi ÍVFFKIAI. PAVER EDDY COl'NTt Carlsbad, N. M.. Eriday, Ma; 7, 1913 NATHANIEL CUNNINGHAM One by one our friends are called to that "bourn from which no traveler returns," and toon all will have an wered the summons that will be less feared if we keep the commandinohU and love Ood and our neighbor. Thin week we are railed upon to chronicle the death of our tried and trusted friend, Nathaniel Cunningham. In all tht portions of trust to which tiis friends elected him he made good in every sense, being one cf the most decided characters it has ever been our pleasure to 'm et I In was a man that only required opportunity to show hiii friendship, bc'rig of fe words and !hs ireteim. It niter was a iiielMin lis to where he itood on at'y matter peroiit a.i I c-ipet tul y when he hud made, up his mind that a person meant right and would ls Mpiare and honest. Such S pelson i, 1.. I .... l- t...,.i ii,i-r PO I II ill 1 oil .111. I 1 . ..... . hi...

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. — 7 May 1915

H CARLSBAD LOCAL ITEMS O. F. Bteveni from 1'orUlei war here Monday. Mrt. Otear Weaver wa a v list or U Carlabad Wedneaday. R. E. Dunham of ArU.sIa waa her Wednesday on legal tn.sineis. D. E. H. Mangault, of El Pane, waa . hara Wadnaaday on official business, j redro Etchavery wai In from tha ranch for auppliea first of tha week. J. Q. Cummina tha auto man from Roswsll waa in Carlsbad Wednesday. W. A. Simmons and P. R Lon' were in Carlabad Saturday from Mack rlvar. W. I. Jennings ia acting aa Hrcmnn' thia month on tha local between here nd Roiwell. W. J. BarW left the first of tha week for a visit of a month at Sun Marcus, Texas. I W. E. Washington wa hue from his' ranch Saturday looking uflvr some cattla ahipmenta. i L. E. Foster, Project Manager, went to Koswell Saturday on llonuo project buHinem. C. W. Pieman from Malaga, spout Tuesday In Carimbad looking, ufier the county' interests. Jim Roberta was in yesterday from ' near Pearl and reports cattle doing well in hit section. Rev....

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. — 7 May 1915

ADVERTISING RATEA. Per Inch of column, run of papar, 15r. par Insert ion. Tima contractu and regular ad, 12 I -lie per insertion. Ixwal notice plain face type par Hue, be. per insertion. Ixx-al notice black face type pci line, 10c par inaertinn. No local notice received by mail In arrted or communication nrdnrihg ad vrrtiaement imwprwl unleaa accom panied by caHh, for thirty word or mm 25 cents and flu cents for every an words additional. All local nntirea miiNt le paid for when ordered or they will not lie inserted. All advertiaemenla mint tute on ropy the aixe and time to be Inserted for all adH are removed each week unleiia contracted for longer period FOR RENT Two connecting house keeping room. Electric light and water. METRIPOI.ITAN HOTEL. Your application for final proof n-ade out free of charge at thin office llr'ng nil your filing pajeril. Orchardmen Attention! Ci,ne, Milo Maie, Prterila, Indian (o'n, Alfalfa Heed. Vegetable Planta, ke -Cleaned, graded acclimated Seed. Stand...

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. — 7 May 1915

nf th. Mtunlrv in ...ir.' l.u II V IV lUIIIIIIK MllllUni rvC Y . ""wv.mvw n.,., nciKIIV U II ,11V lull ii, ... loo laic to lie of any serví luiiiitr It ' '""""if '"."""" - I---- - .. ..,-.-,' v WE HAVE A COMPLETE ( STOCK OF LUMBER WE WILL CHEERFULLY FURNISH YOU ESTIMATES ON YOUR WANTS YOUR PATRONAGE WILL HE APPRECIATED PecosValleyLumberCo. PHONE U SURK We Have Good Coal JOHN H. JOYCE, President 0. M. COOKE, Cashier A. C. HEARD, Vloe-Pree J. F. JOYCE; Vic Prat W. A. CRAIQ, Ase't. Cnhi has btw busy for Mm time pant .fathering nard-aamad aneeklea, and fallad tp represent, wa understand Js languishing in tha bowala of th bm j.l) at Carlsbad, Juat giving him tima to reflect and fix up his dop with a. string to it, ao at to b mor easily explained to tha satisfaction of vic tima. liogdown la word wa frequently hear uaed thla spring) It seems to us that wa have a faint recollection of hearing it somewhere, but wa kind diaremember Just where. H. L. Ward the Candy Kid from Lovlngton, was a ca...

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. — 7 May 1915

THERE! HERE NOW! NEW WAISTS in an assortment of colors and styles that are rijilit up to the minute. Tlu New Summer Drosses that have just arrived are worth seeing, fiei one while your size is here. New Silk I'ettieoats in all the latest shades. STATE CAPITOL NOTES AlwaysShowiiifiSome . . . . thing New at . . . . The Itig Store Joyce -Pruit Co. "We Want Your Trade" ill Style No. AS The iiroirram fur Milliter' Hay car nod out last Sunday at (lie Methodist ehurrh wa. very mien-Ming and en J'yd by large audience. All the PICNIC AT TUB ttVHW.. Mr. Will 1'urdy aad hit Sunday school class of buya equipped with fish ing tackle and lunch baskets, were off timlirii iiti lk nriiifm mtmpm uf.ill . for an all round outing yesterday af rendered. Tlin muMiral numbers were ' ter,,üun- They A"Ud .ior ,h" greatly enjoyed and mom of them '-"le dam, b ut the threatening rain ore furninhod by the choir, the inHt'",",1 ,nd ""' their "" Inching of which was a solo. "My(,"d hoM th "nena a nearer Mother'. ...

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. — 14 May 1915

trató TWENTT -THIRD TEAK. CARLSBAD NEW MEXICO, EM DAT, MAT H, ItlS. NUMBER 27. BIG LINER TORPEDOED DEAD AND DYING GO WITH SET TLING WRECK. Piimtm at La nth HarH la Every Direction by Twa Tremendon - Explosion Within the Vessel London, Mar 8. The Cunard Linar LualUnia. which tallaii out of Naw York last Saturday with mora tUan two thousand toula aboard, Ilea at tha bottom of tha ooaan off tha Iriah eoaat. Sha waa aunk by Gorman aubmarina which aant two torpedo crashing into har aid whila tha psngr, seem- 1 A J L ,L. tL. ..., Mlfr i. vessel auld aluda tha Gorman under- watar craft, wara having lunchaon. How many of tha LuaiUnia' pass engers and craw wara rescued cannot ba laid at present.but tha official sute aiawU from tha Brtttah Admiralty up to midnight accounted for not more thaa 600 or 600. A ahfp'a ataward. who landed with other at Queens town gave, It a Ma opinion that 000 pereona wara loet. There ware dead and wounded among tho brought aahore; aome ainca have died. But not a n...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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