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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 20 August 1915

tullí naol In ranaritv fnr work and nivht. At the end or tne nignt aa ! Scientific Farming 4- 44 ELECTRIC POWER AND LIGHT. Many Farms Here and Abrad Ara garved by Linee from City Havana. y PRANK KOetTCR. Author of "Klrrtt Irlir rr the Farm and Mii'nit "I Muny furnia arc served liy linea from city or oilier ele. trlr slutloiia, ami In limn) of flu- at. lit the long distance IriiiianilxHliiii lines of numerous hydro rln-lrlc iliilila ia through fnriiilnic iniiimiinllli- more or lee populated. These e alema an uauiilly of hlKh I'll Ion. var)lng from Cl.mxi lu mi.iMi. even an hlitli aa l.'in.oai volt. These bitch voltages are not used directly In motora, lint iiiiihI I reduced by l rana formers tu a suitable cm I hi-. nepeiiillug MI III!' IIM I UTM of tllH llirMMM lu whkb I ln imiliir la In lie applied, likewise for use on f.irin and In country real demes a tiaiiafurmer iiiuat la bad lo furnish a supply of current al a low voltage value fur I'x al distribution. Where law tráete are lu b...

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. — 20 August 1915

"111 Give Ten-Pound NoU to Anyone foro Sho A new Interest eeamed suddenly to bave crept Into llardaway'a manner. "Let me neo " he aald, "If she left OlfTord'a hotel about two, ahe would have been at Hampatcad about half paat two. Bhe would waste a few mln utea In mnklnit Inquiries, then ahe probably loft llammtead for Went Kensington, try, at a uuarter to three, Olve mo at once a description of the young lady," he demanded. Quest drew a phntoeraph from hi pocket and pained It silently over. "Mr. Quest." ho a Id. "It la )ul poe alble that your visit here hna been an exceedingly opportune one." "Come along lili mo," ho con tinued. "We'll ulk aa wo go." They entered a tail and drovn oB westward. "Mr. Quest." bo went on, "for two tnontba wo bare been on tho track of man and a woman whom wo strong ly auapect of having decoyed half doien perfectly respectable young woman, and ahl ;ed them out to South America" "The white alara trame!" Quest gasped. "Homrthlng of the sort." Itardnway admit...

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. — 20 August 1915

CEhr CEarlsbab (Eurrrnt mm. H. Maltona kvilu as Mimw OFFICIAL PAI'EK EDDY COUNTY, Carlsbad. N. M, Friday, Aug. 20. MIA, 8UIIMCRIPT10N RATES. On year in advance 11. CO Six monthi tn advine 1.00 Three months. In advance . .60 Sample copia. 6 canta. No subscription taken unless paid an advance. ADVKKTISINU HATJ.S. Par inch of column, run of paper 16c. per Insertion. Tima contract and regular ad 12 l-üe per innertion. Local notice plain face type per line, be. per insertion. lxcal notice Mack face typo per line, 10c per innertion. No local notice received hy mail in eerted or communication ordering ad yertlaement answered unless acrom- Cinled hy cash, for thirty word or a 25 cent and five cent for every ail word additional. All local not lie must he paid for when ordered or they will not be inaerted. DRY LAND FARMING PAYS. The Morning1 Time i deeply inter acted in the proHperity of and devel opment of caatern New Mexico, and note with profound atifactinn that the dry land farmer of that...

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. — 20 August 1915

I H CARLSBAD LOCAL ITEMS M Sim wmw tTrT7in of 'John Barbar wu in from the ranch Sunday. Robert Ftnley la try 111 with ty phoid fever. lira, ohn Lucaa returned from Ros wall Sunday. Arthur Mayes, of Malaga, waa in town yaitarday. T. A. Esell, from tha tata lina, cimr up on tha train Wednesday. C. M. Richard and wife relumed Tuesdayfrom trip to El Paio, by auto. W.A. Moore leaves Wednesday night for Denver, Colorado, and other point north. Mra. Boyd Eaker la tha guest of her mother, Mra. C Wallls, of Loving, thia weak. . Miia Minnla and Grace Jonei spent Wednesday on Rocky geing out In tha new Injr car. Rapart O. Farrell waa In town Wednesday to start notice of provinf up oa hia land. R. L. Colllna la out aft tha Mlddleton . camp spending; a few weeks before ba starts to school. Richard Merchant was In from the D ranch spending few days in town, coming in Tuesday. Miss Harden White hopea to be able to resume her place a salea lady with R. L. Halley next week. George Stone, of Orla, ca...

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. — 20 August 1915

ii-l','. n Iralny. I -i .1 . en pi i lnel-:iilii " V II -If lin IliM-lll - 'I'mi- -,. i.i i., I I V .1' milif i-I '' "lit -.i' i p- li' I ealliilv I l-t-ti en e I'lli I VP I' . Iiill .l lie'l - I f ',,.! , .ti,., iti'i:ir-ne In .......t. nml a.tiini iirisuovn. wr.v 'T'.r . . . . . .... i i. .,uiiuu. dub on to I on Isidoro. W i: II Wi: A OMI'l.LTr. STOCK OF LUMBER W-- t i I I i f'i!ly I Mtni-li You r'.-timiiti-i on Your Want-. ui it r vi'idiN ;i-: mi i. m: mtii: i ai i d uis 9 PECOS VALLEY LUMBER CO. miik: l ll'ivi; i; - L II T (i(tMI COAL M '..OilHf i;,h.sr A C. HI AMI), Vic Prat J. F. JOYCE; Vic Pf W A. CRAIC1, Ast't. Cshi POLITICAL MITKS FROM SANTA KK. Special to the Current. Santa K N. M.. Aug. 1n Rursum han been In the rity conferring with a ! number of prominent republican, nml : while hi- han Inaiiitcd all tho time that 'lie was here on private business, there 's u ustii ion itluonil thut someone 'iilkeil publics in him, on the sido, ut least, be-inii-e thcie are many ru-1 muí...

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. — 20 August 1915

O Í1 1 1 II TV lirUfC I TT O ' llllllNIT NrlI.S llrMN ABSOLUTELY RELIABLE NEWS GATHERED BY THE LIVE WIRES OF THE CUR RENT. KNC-WLK.S NOTES. 8. II. Kin halt of Silverton, Texa, ii Bn agreeable caller in thin man's town lant M nday. I M M p .kr MMlun Tmh : aport made I. a point to lie in Know-, len for a time thin week. Fred Fakbs tried out the taste of the inhabitada of the community in the fruit lim . Nut Hustea wan in town from the ranch west if us last Tuesday. rst "fittlnm ready for the big plrnb- Fred Pinum of the Seminole country was a caller in town with his buncr Tuesday mom. Mr. Zimmerman rnme to town from his ranrh near the rap rock the other day. lust seeing how other people do things, in thin section. C. M. Breckon the veteran fruit man from south of us, was in town tearing a hanpy smile last week. That old gay sport. Ilamp Eaves. wii among the boys here last Mon day. He sav he never lets anvthino interfere with his pleasure, for if It doe, he will sure "rut er out" and h...

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. — 20 August 1915

COUNTY NEWS . ITEMS AIISOI L'TEI.Y RELIARLE NEWS C.AIIIKKEI) II Y THE I.I V E WIRFN UK THE CUR RENT. N tISK NEWS, lots of 'r.'ti for our plains hm Tallen in ire pi,M week. This in 4 res plenty nf rtinnt itiir ears Mini wilt rim-lnm Lor-an Aiiliurif with up to .n intr-1 It ii Wi-d-n-idiv ni Hip mail en'- to' iM-nd Hi., il.fiir I M I'Vlpla hll'l tilllilipss ill i,r. fit'. ml t.-vi-rul Hav- ri-'i-nllv. H II. KimMe ..fi Mumlny fur Mull I tl'Inl.V. Tuna, in. I,:,lipis. II" in. trufi buying a car to make I hp return tri" Walter Turland l-iandi-d itl.iml 1 Mi hpnd ,f . muí ihIm. MhimIiiv Hint lie had reeii'ly bought up near I.hv fni'l.ii, KiH l ir.liii ami wift of Monument visiled th" laltpr'i paii-uts. Mr. mid Mr If W llnu'iliHi, Saturiliiy mill , M-.il-y Hit frimnt of the liiir rain Kiitur. tiny ami Stjii'liiy night, ihp lug cnm-crt - i-'i' pulled o(T hy Sam Fli-ti hpr's ' titiping i'lv Wit all i-njnycd it , Mumliy inuhl Just tht seme, i T M MrCormirk ami hum, lioliert aiii-ml .. the pic...

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. — 27 August 1915

They mado the trih by auto and ot.i"?'U..?rM,1"Lr r!,""k"."' ' the fact lb CARL8BAD. NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY. AUGUST 27, 1915. NUMBER 42. r r j rWENTY-THIRD TEAR. MOBBING OF FRANK "LEGAL HANGING ' HARKED BY CALM DISDAIN OK LAW AND ORDER WITH VICTIM GAME. germ-Dour Jouraey of Death Over l-onely Roada Falla lo Break Prisoner's Stoicism or Fore Con feeetoa or Denial of Crime; Laal Worda of Wife and Mother. Atlanta, Ga Auir. 22. The first actual story of what transpired on the ath rid of Leo M. Frank from Mil 'dgeville to Marietta between mid- captori had keen disclosed that Frank wan asked the question: "I there anything you would like to lay before your execution I At ft rut there wai no reply. Then, lowly and perhapi painfully, the re cently wounded man shook hid head. "No." The monosyllabic negative waa scar cely audible above the throb of the engine. For Ions; time following this the only aound was that of the plunging; automobiles. Then frank waa asked night and dawn last Tuesday morni...

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. — 27 August 1915

tle tirt eutrsrea no senoua m necia gwp DIM (nfAT tr I will offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder at the W. B. Sylvester farm one mile South of Otis, New Mexico SATURDAY, AUG. The Following: 28, 1915 STOCK i jHsK row, nun vkaks old. I JKKSKV TOW. TIIRKK VKAKS OLD. WK IIAVK RKKI'SKD 1100.00 AT I'RIV ATK HAI.K KOI TDK AIIOVK COWS. I TWO VKAK OLD JKKSKV IIKIKKK. KKKSII IN OCTOHKR I TWO VKAR OLD JKKSKV IIKIKKK. KKKSII IN DKCKMBKR 1 MNK MONTHS OLD JKKSKV IIKIKKK. 2 JKKSKV III LI. CAI.VKS. ALL OK TIIK AIIOVK IIKIKKKS AND Cl VKS ARK lKS KNDANTS OK AIIOVK ( IS. I 'Kit( IIHtoN IIOIISKCOI.T. IS MONTHS OLD FARM IMPLEMENTS I (iOOD WALKING PLOW. I (iOOD HARROW. I LIMHKK WAGON, COMPLETE WITH TOP BOX. I LADDER. I Rl'GUV. I HVK TOOTH (T'LTIVATOR. I McCORMICK MOW KK. 1 DISC (T ITIVATOK. SINGLE AND DOI BI.E HARNESS. d OK TWO LARGE STACKS OK IIAV. AHOl'T THREE TONS OK HALED HAY 2 STANDS OK RKES. IIOI'SKHOLD Kt'PNITl'RK. COOKING UTEN SILS. AND SMALL TOOLS TOO Nl'.MKR Ol'S TO MENTION. Sale will ...

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. — 27 August 1915

L ' ' ' - '-' t.'.-t-a... a ' .'...'.J .XiMiar'aiaJ 1 "Doctor," ha laid. "I happen to have my chemical cheat with inn, and some special testing tulira. If you'll allow mi, I'd like to examine this cup of bouillon. You might com round, too, If you will." The captain nodded. "I'd better alay here for a time," he derided "I'll follow you presently." The service of dinner was resumed. Laura, however, sent plain after pints way. The captain watched her anx iously. "I ran't help It," she explained. "I don't know whether you've had any talk with Mr. Quest, but we've been through some queer times lately. I guess this death business Is getting on tny nerves." The captsln was startled. "You don't for a moment connect Mrs. Foston Rome's death with the criminal you are In search of?" he exclaimed. Laura sat quite atlll for a moment. "The bouillon waa offered first to Mr. Quest," she murmured. The captain called his steward. "Where did you get the bouillon from you served that last cup, espe cia...

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. — 27 August 1915

at Hill Mnrlry' placa and very Thi fact ahould be liorna in i Tueadav Fv.PV AM trnnwfl kltn - T ihii a: i . . f"-..- - . iur m iiiuiivnn mhii wun m r. inoi, ai. tu. H. Mullan. Kdltor and Mm mutt OFFICIAL PAPER EDDY COUNTY. Carlsbad. N. M., Friday, Aug. 27, 115 TltA f.t.U.N ( i tna national legislature. Springer I NEUTRALITY TOWARD BOTH (inrVLUrlBlmil VLUrrrilt mocknmn. On another pair, will b found an .o article from the tandon Mornlnir Pont The rain that fell last Friday morn- 1 (quoted by the American Preae on irtw selected a very narrow strip of i August 4th) addressed to the Ameri counlrv hut where It rained it was I r"n people. It begin: "We have been heavv for little while. A good rain compelled aa an Incident or war In at Dark Canyon Wells that morninir ' that struggle for national existence SUBSCRIPTION RATES., One year in advance $ 1 .50 8ix month- in ad4nce 1.00 Three month, in advance ... .AO Sample copie, 5 cent. Carlsbad, but in (Hi they had a Rood . necessary for the p...

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. — 27 August 1915

7 H CARLSBAD LOCAL ITEMS j WHHIIHIIWIIIM ) Frank Roea ia up and around again Tom Blackmorvt came down from Artcaia Monday. Ralph Griffith letf for California Wednesday night Mra. Pltchford and aon cama In from the plaini Monday. S. P. Hostler from the lower valley wait hare yesterday. Mayor D. C. Pearaon, of Roiwell, ia in Carlabad today. M. A. Rigge from the lower valley waa In Carlabad today. Mra. Dimmilt of El Paso I the guest of Mra. C. M. Richard. Fred Dearborne and wife attended f the picnic at Lovington, Frank Jonea and family are spend ing thia week on their ranch. Mr. and Mra. Howard Kerr re turned Tuesday from a trip. Mr. and Mra. John Reed and chil dren were in town yesterday. Mra. 1. T. Woodard.of Otia, ia spend ing the week with Mra. Beckett B. W. Murphy, reclamation engineer was here few daya thia week. George Adama and Ma uncle, J. L. Adams, went to the ranch Tuesday. L. G. Ryan and family moved to the Woodwell cottage last Tuesday. Ivan Thurman spent yestoiday in Car...

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. — 27 August 1915

fSKF. THE KA IKS OP NEW MEXICO J.AHOtt DAY PROCLAMATION 18- I SI Kl lY THE tiOVF.KNOR. A. M. Hove.) I (ovcrnor William C. McDonald, fo. 1 lowing the custom of farmer year Ti p pnople of the tate are mnklng has issued a l.alxir Day proclamation nirim iiilal 'i- e;trU to nmke the naming Monday, September th, a fair lhn fall r .;r 'ntative. Nearly the day a letra! holiday. Ilia procla H'vrty county i. ni wuik collecting ma- million I um follows: "Huí f -r red:,uli!e ehd.itn uf the l.ahor in one form or another in lh product! uf de niil. Th (.'rowers uf force that move all .e affair l tvt mod, an- ,'irr aiiirini to liovv the man. The real laborer la the prim rt nf it Mi d in dairy, dual purpose, fai'tor of our clvill.iition. Hy laho and turf cuttle: hornea; hccp; swine; produced all that Kimtain the lif -and poultry. Tie women and the of the nut ion. It tilla the noil, main araooh will ud l attractive depart- taina our industrie and make trun tnmiU. M-"-p:intH, manufacturen, pnrtntinn c...

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. — 27 August 1915

cguiify NEWS ITEMS ABSOlJtTtBtiT iJZELtUBLE NCWfl GATHERED BY. TI1E UVB WIRES OF THS CUR KENT. KNOW). EM uan.ETs. J. W. Cuntid the old tint Knnwh?i blacksmith, ho has been to east Texas, laying. i.p coin,;' eturncd home, thin wk. A. H. Evans,, the ya ing cow man from Guiñe county, i caller in knowles last wek. Jud Coxt an old time resldenter J these psert, rreRtrnH án -e last week, from i luyd county, Texis, where b, ha bren farming for the past two year. K. G. Kail, of lliinrun, wai a vis itor in ur limn last wk, having look aw ,to hw, thii jaion in pro gressing. H. T. Srott. farnerty of. '.he 76 ranrji rear hew, naw.f.rom And w, Texim, wti among the hunch ti loving hint elf laid week are! incidentally taking , In the ehow. Bob Rirmaribv ho raoa). near Big t Salt Lake, wan in town Inking in the eight the other. fUy. , Chaa. Auburg, from, the Nadine section, we .a lamines raler amonir I the business ana. , of Ka wles last . Monday. J. K. I'erry, a real "old timer" of these part who ...

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. — 27 August 1915

r sT Vw-fevV SREHTPUUNSGRiD (Continued from flml pair.) It would lie impossible to get lint if all who attended (inm ( arlnbad hut, Writ mi I mi it h af to nay fifty utin went over the ruad to the plain town The road is line except about three smile betwi-en the Pendleton and Yuos ranchea, from twenty to twenty-sis mi I en from (srlnhsjl. Thia NtreU'h of road could tie put in Rood jthape by Mje application of heavy lay on top f the aand and by Ro me; '.rtwM the amid hill Instead of t he gyp road farther to the north. The mad aero the "big aand" ia the twtat portion of the whole line and 'With the repaira that have been in progress lately will endure for a lona; lime The work ahould now be put Mwpkii the Pendleton and Kuoas wanrhe. Him-e Uie above waa written it wm trarnod that a horse named "Lucky" won flrxl In the sweepstskei rara and Walter Mi-(tonagiH' home took sec utl money and Walter alo won first tn lhi general home race and firat in n saddle hnrae race. Higgins Rot Jm deriai...

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 September 1915

IB vxmxt rWKNTT-THIKO TKAB. CARLSBAD, HEW MEXICO. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER. I, 113. NUMB3R 41 TEXANSldLL 0R0ZC0 riVI MEXICANS KILLED AT TAN HORN. TEXAS. The War Oeee to Carlehad Only Om Haadred Mllea la Direct Um. Special to El Paaa Timas. Taa Hera, Tex, Aag. SL Mrs. Paa awl Oreseo arrived kero tonight eatertly after mUalgkt, Frank Rae. ett aM Aaaadar Hereaeeille, Meada ejf tka Orases family, wka aceasapaa . . . ... . .. ... . . . ka, positively Ideatlled tka bad. Mexicana killa. ky tka Meaday ast GENERAL PASCUAL OROZCO. GENERAL JOSE F. DELGADO. CRISTOFORO CABALLERO. ANDREAS SANDOVAL. MIGUEL TERRAZAS. " Sierra Blanca, Texas. Aug. 31. Tha body of General ttcual Oroseo. hero of tha Madero revolution of Mexico, lias tonight riddled with bullets in tha back room of an undertaker's eg. tabiishment at Van Horn, Texae. Bel side him ara th bodies of his com- Eniona, kiUed in the running fight nday with a possee of Thirteenth cavalrymen, custom house officers and civilians, which terminated In the ...

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 September 1915

INFORMATION ON LAMB FEED ING. Because of the abundance of hay In the valley and the unsatisfactory market conditions for that crop, many of the fur mem have lem thinking liout the propon it ion of feeding. Umhs Deem In he more favorable than any other kind of live-stork for feeding. For the lark of definite Hit are on lamh feeding many farmers have riven the Idea up. It i not too late, however, to plan on feeding a mall liunrh thin winter. Many ques iiona have lieen asked on lamb feed ing and in the following I will re átate thi e questions and endeavor to answer them in ueh a way a to be appiirahle to our conditions Q. How much will I have to pay for liimlm? A. From H."r to 13.60 per head or from A to K and one-half cent if pur chased on the pound basi. Q. Mow much will a lamh weigh by Ortolwr lt? A. A lamh that has been on a rood ra mre and han had plenty of water should weigh from 55 to 60 pound hy October Int. The size of the luinli will aim dciiend upon the lite of the mother. ...

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 September 1915

COUNTY HEWS ITEMS ABSOLUTELY RELIABLE MEWS GATHERED BY THE LIVE WIRES OP THE CUB. KENT. KNOWLES FLASHES. ' Mrs. Sam Cain, of the llobbs dis trict, was a visitor within the Know la llmiu last Thursday. Mri. i. L, Emaraon want to Carls bad visiting har parents for a ahort tima laat Wednesday. W. H. Jlonea of Odonell, Texas, a formar ranchman ha ra, waa visitor among hia friandi a faw dayi lai week. L. F. 8nall, tha Lovlngton cowboy waa plaaaant callar in Knowlea laat Thurnday. S. C. Graham of San Augustine, Tax waa a proapector visitor In Knowla last waak and reporta hlmaelf wal B leased with tha futura outlook for ila section. ! T. Mallard of naar Lovlnirton waa callar in town laat Friday did what ha cama to do, and departed. Homar Smith who want to Wichita Falla on a visit, returned hart to hia . homo laat week. J. G. Cox, who hu been hero visit ing friend for aeveral daya, re turned to hia farm in Floyd county, Texas, this week. A. A. Andrews, fro ma faw miles north of town, waa a ...

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 September 1915

reputa Si. ' ' - - - ' "- .......... . . ..i..... .. , - v f f Mi 2Ehr(ÍIarlfibab (Hurrrnt Wat. H. Malum. Krfltar an M.nwr íwrFICI AL PAPER EDDY COUNTY. Cariaba. N. M, Friday, Sept. t, ItlS. SUBSCRIPTION KATES. On year Ir. adtanc $1.50 Hn month in advance 1.00 ' Three months, in advance ... .60 ' Sample copian, 6 cenia. ' No subscription taken unless paid In advance. ADVERTISING RATMt. Per inch of column, run of paper 16c. per inaertlon. Time comrade and regular ad. 12 I -2c per insertion. IxM-at nut.ee plain faca type pet Hne, 6c. per insertion. local notice, lileck face type pel line, 10c per Insertion. No local notice received by mail in aerted or communication ordering ad vartiseinent answered unlet accom panied by ranh, for thirty word" or lena üfi renin ar.d five renta for every ail word additional. All local notice anust he paid for when ordered or they will not lie Inserted. Subscribers are notified that the Mate after their name it the only notice they will receive, an. I t...

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 September 1915

HCMAD LOCAL ITEMS Jsuord Polk wu In town Saturday. Aiil Owm ii in from the ranch Tuesday. Bred Gibson, of Hopa, waa in town Tuesday. Bra. Walla Benson la in town today from tba ranch. Klaba Kyla waa In town from Men Uiasmt,' Wednesday. Wattar Pendleton returned Monday from El Paao, Texas. Oil Miller waa In Thursday from tha Lovington ranch. K. K. Hartahorn laft Wadnaiiday night for tha north. W. E. Washington attended to busi ness In Roswell yesterday. - A. N. Beaton wai In Monday from hla ranch near Monument. C ZJ.'Cressey, of WlchiU. la visit ing hii aon, Harry Cressey. Xiea Hertha O. Smith will arrive today from her home in Chicaire. Pick Toad, the ranchman from near Red Bluff, waa in town Monday. Mr. Tomlimion still linger and dont aeem to (rain much strength. Milton, Smith returned Sunday from a trip to Albuquerque and Denver. A card Yrom Joe Jamei states ther ra starting for home about the 10th. T. "Burner, once resident of the lower valley, wu in town Saturday. Mra. John Cant...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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