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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 3 September 1915

CARIABA!) PUBLIC SCHOOLS. TV Carlsbad public schools will tape on Monday, September A. There avill he no rcnutiorm held on the first Mlnjr aii th 'lay will lie devoted to Ui enrollment, and classification of lotipilH and to the assignment of books land lesson I'arenta and pupila should tau ' about, the exrhange of text an iih required under the text book law concerning the recent adoption. Pu iiU cm exchange their old booka for mew one of a higher or lower grade by paying the rate of exchange. The 0rtfcs of thw exchange are stamped in all new hooka and dcaks are Uw Hind by thee price. The law hind all school officer to 'retire the change designated by the tfa board if education under penalty for ÍU violation, and tearhera have mi, tunee in the mutter other than to require pupil to make auch change. In (he rasa of pupila lieing promoted 4i a higher grade, the exchantre will lhe of benefit t) the pupil financially mm lie ran acure a new book of a toiler grade for a hook of lower (Trad...

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 September 1915

cloaks tha ehlef by hie aide a fine, upright man with lung, gray beard; be hind, three Mongars, ' their rifles at-' ready to their ahouldera. The chlel wheeled up bis bona aa he came with ta twenty pace or the little party. "White! English!" he shouted. "Why do you seek death 'hereT" He waited for no reply, but turned to hla men. Three of them daahed for ward, their tlflea, whlob were fitted With an odd sort ot bayonet, dravfn back for the lunge. - Suddenly Craig, who had beea a little In the rear, gal loped, shouting, into the line of fire. "Stop!" be ordered "Chief, theae people ara my friends. Chief, the word!" The ehlef raised hla arm promptly. The men lowered their rides. Crnlg galloped back to bis host's side. The Chief listened to him and nodded gravely. Presently be rode up to the little party. He saluted the profeaaot gravely and talked to him In bla own language. The profeasor turned to the Others. The chief apologista for not rerng tilling me," be announced. "It eemi that...

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 September 1915

rd -thimi al th UulMinrd pena, ana i uuaM tk slay giren by horn tal- day. Mm. Poner, reme h auto from El : . i í 'i ; i" ?l ; '! n jj j! i! I 4 Advance Style Bulletin HART SCHAFFNER & MARX Varsity Fifty Five jjFYOU LIKETOKNOW early about the right style In clothes, you'll find it here. The Fall suits are coming in; they're a wonderful look ing lot of clothes. They run to patterns decided checks, plaids and stripes; rich colors and many rough mater ials. Glen Urquhart plaids, tartan colorings, lighter colors, all in great variety; it's a great sea son for the man who likes striking effects in his clothes. FUSE BRED CATTLE ; FOR BEEF PRODUCTION I fltpir that each of toy twenty Hcr?rnl row In nuiklii ate at least f-M) n mr write ah Iowa fanner In the A merlin u Agrtt-ulfiirtHi. Rome ar doing 1 rtter iban tlial I bullee I would lili make a prollt Juat from Belling MliilT al Iwff prtrew regnrdlea of the mi f pure brad aturk. My rattle art istrliy Polled and part ly Horned ll"finlif T...

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 September 1915

r;-T -, t f .-f t "i atrmtf rWXNTT-THllil) TEAK. CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, IP, IMS. NUMBER 44 TAXPAYERS' LEAGUE MEETING BRINGS MANY CITIZENS ij lAriTAia, r, . .. . M ,. . , , , General Intereat Manifested la Thla Q Beetle. Which Preeento Suca Passllag Problema DtnValt of Motion. Everybody I Interested .1 ATTORNEY GENERAL CLANCY IS CHOSEN TEMPORARY CHAIR- I ' ' McDonald First Sooakart lb-Governor Hagerman Makes hopod that tho law would bo sons Very Utcrestlng Talk; Ex-Gorer. factory in carrying out tho Intentions or Prince Oatllnee What May bo for which it waa enacted. ! Aoaowoilaaoo ay Mooting. Attorney Gonoral Clancy auuU a , brief talk on tho roaulu of tho bill, "?!! Raoord, SanU Pa. I frankly saying that It did not suit h,n of tho house of repre-lhm aa tharo woro provisions In It Mntattvos on Wednesday were rath- that did not ooom to moot tho amor "T í P"11"" elUiona ,,.,, and that tho maehlnory waa Of tho atata for tho purpose of form- lef ortivo. However, ho thou...

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 September 1915

"we t r ' 7 wr" METHODIST CHTRCH. nndy School 8. id a. m. Hermon (with special music), 11 a.m. enior hpworth League .'10 p. m. Vrmon (with apm-iai muaie), 7:30 . bh. m. I rayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 rllewards' meeting, l-'irat Wednes Hr. H:.'i P m. Woman Miaaionary Society, First Tiirdey, :00 p. m. kl The Methodist Charrh, Sunday, September It. 1W 15. lie m., sermon, "Ait Open Door", Willi Culi a an tllu ilratiun of the i.urutiiiy of the -hur:h at the pre :i.t. i ha Kpworth ! will meet in Ui .on ..orvii-e with Mix il. Y. I'. U. al tli.j I!ailit church t ti.'MI (harp. K ;W. eriniin, "What, ijne l.ooaus mi 'N'i' lle.ng a I hrMl.ian '. ( HKISlfN I 111 ( . "M-nii'iM at the ' hrittian church: ') a in., Uible Mi h'Mil I u. in . communion im piesching. ' I'- Junior (' K Ki p. ' HI p. Wr I'll- in , Keiilur (' li m , ttvai'hn ,( lay. 7 ..fO p nr. r mni-,1, fit- .KA K t 'III l( II rTISt OPAL). I Lord's Day S.-ricea: I Holy rnrninunion In., lord's day V Ha m. Morning prayer ami trmn at 11 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. — 10 September 1915

1 . ÍWe'i tee., aaconscious ü uta i me,' Quaat reminded bar. "Might have expected lo find at tbere when be earn to, ' anyway," Laura loalated Lenora Milled faintly aa aba caught glauca from Quaat "Laura' got a heart somewhere,' aba muttered, "only It tabea aa awful lot of getting atr - ' r ' JTbe found French, already conve, leecent, comfortably Installed In tha private ward of a imall hospital In the picturesque New Mexico town Laura almoat at oaea aaubltahed beraelf by W tide. " ' "Tan yon remember anything about the wrack, French T" Quest Inquired. Tha Impector paaaed bla hand Wearily ovar bla forehead. It seem mora Ilka a dream or rather a nightman than anything,' ba admitted. "I waa alttlng opposite Craig when tha crash cerne. I waa wneonsclou for a tima. When I came to, 1 waa almply pinned down by tha Ida of tba car I could tee a man working hard to relea me, tusr.lng and straining with all lili might. Kvrrr now and then I got a glimpse of hi faca. It seemed queer, but I coup;...

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 September 1915

r c v-i m at i i : V I ÍEl)f (nrliüiaíi (Etirmii Wai H. Mullan. MIMr and MinHnf OFFICIAL PAPER EDDY COUNTY ENERRETIC CAMPAIGN FOR MEM KERS OF TAX ASHOCIA TION IIKCilNS. The campaign to extend the mem bemhlp of thi recentl yoriranized Tax payers' Aociation of New Mexico In- . ii ii i i ... lo every county or lh tute In forre, Carlsbad, N. M. Friday, Sept 10, Ittlfi hi (,ri,un from th onrnni-atnn office in Albuquerque. President Herbert J. j Hairerman uf Rowell ia (rtvlni hi j peritonei attention to the work and it I ia predicted ly Ihoae who are familiar with the aim and workinv organ!- THE CITY BEAUTIFUL HUliMCIUPTIO.N RATES. One year in advance 11.50 (ill monthi in advance 1.00 Three month, in advance .50 Sample copian, 6 cent. No auhHcriplion taken unirás paii: In advance. I nation of the aHOciation that the next thirty dayi will nee a larire member ship in every county. It in a huai- organization, headed ly buaine . .. n .1 . t A M..lu Ik- 1 . . . . ....... .... .. ... iiiv-ii ni...

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 September 1915

lHllMiiWiiiwiiininm,tiMtM.t M)MM j H CARLSBAD LOCAL ITEMS O. B. Wisdom ii not m wall thlaweek O. H. Tretter, of Artesia, cam down Monday. A. A. Kafcer, of Artesia, ws in town yesterday. Fred Pendleton and T. Delk ware in from the ranch Sunday. Peta Etrheverry of Lovington, wu In Uwn Monday and Tuesday. R. L. Halley ii exported home to dny from a visit with his uncle. T. M. Taylor, of lovington. was a visitor hi Carlsbad over Tuesduy. Junior Teneil of Chringo, arrived in Carlsbad yesterday afternMin. J. W. Gamel wan a passenger to Roswell and returned Wednesday. Will Simmon win in Carlsbad Sat urday from nix ranch on Black river. C. M. Richard and E. Hondrirk motored to Konwell and returned Mon day. Wm. Hannah va. on Hie slrk li.-t Wednesday and Thursday of thn week. 8. P. Henry, of Artxsia, spent Mon day and Tuesduy in town attending court. C. N. Daugherty, of Dayton, was here this week, as one of the grand jurors. Mrs. M. E. Hartón and grandson, Nail Childors, of Hope, were in Ca-l...

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 September 1915

r-t-w STATE TAXPAYERS' 1 ION. HSOCIA- Santa Fe, N. M.. Sept. 0.--AI the aneelings recently held in Santa Fe for the formation of State Taxpay ers' Association, then- was some dis tuxaion of the ipicxtion of the finan ces of the state fur the 4th or corning fWnl ve I. It w xogvexted that the executive committee of the asxociu-1 117 .. 25,000. tior iixccrlair if possible, itixt what I estimated income availa re the requirements and resources of hie other than by taxation, the tale, a"d publish the same no including fees ..'. 30,000. that the pul.lie miirht have the necea-. u,,., intimated income avail- tary data for forming an intelligent opinion on the iiiction. The most re- liable iiifornuil ion olituimilile at thix time ia included in the foil' wiriir sum mit rv: The tale appropriation, for conven ience, may he diiidcd into class- I. Appropriations hv penal acts of the lit I r loi'i lutiiro II. fori! inning it i i ri)r i ii t inn k by apcial mix prior lo tle I í 1 legisla tme III A...

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 September 1915

. I 0 COUNTY NEWS ITEMS ABSOLUTELY RELIABLE NEWS GATHERED BY THE LIVE WIRES OF THE CUR KENT. KNOWLES D1DLETS Mr. and Mr. John M. Cowden, of U:JU.il T...a mtmmm ., i -ti na 1 t. L'nnw V n last Tuesday, we were not Informed A. to the ohiect of thoir visit. Inspector Boyd, of Carlsbad district wmm m visitor in Knowles the nast flvr or six days on business pertaining tt his office. Jim I.ove the Jitney man of I-ovintr i ton. was a business visitor In our town early last Monday morning. Jin. says he Is now prepared to delivei fresh menta In Knowles from his sho in I,ovimrton. at any time it is or dered, and will be pleased to bring it over, whenever any one is hungry. I.ee Stiles sold fi( head of cow. to Tat Mellugh of Yoakum county. Texas, last week at . 00. I'erry Andrews, who was Injured in a car accident last week, was mov ed out to his father's place north of town a few dnys ago. Walt Toml.iiHon, was in town inst Monday, taking a little vacation after .orne, hard hot ranch work. Ihe...

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 September 1915

f ' NEW WOOLENS WE are now showing our NEW FALL WOOL GOODS. They are the product of the La Porte Woolen Mills and cover any ma terial i n Staples and Novelties. The colors are new and weaves are well suited to all needs. JOYCE-PRUIT CO T WAR NEWS JOtmii I ok Nicholas, who has been "d of tha Russian army in ' TU?1 pn,P"'lfn n Uia eastern Jvyr since the lieginning of tii and 1irvUtd the movements in r.ml, ku Imwh tranaferred by Km ' "lav ' N'h'in. lo Uio Caucasus, .fiern ti comparatively unimportant Ventilo). tgaiiMt ih Turk are in J' 'Jnipvrna' 4. ( i. mi was taken n )m ssaunied oimimand of all '"" Kiiwi-i'm .timed í u ve on land and ' " It develnmnir toilau. iliüi i,. ZmZ la. iZll I, "r"' 7,,, .,. ""l'try ' """"V-" '"i'y. now "ir i n,;ly m evnl u.-i:T the trench aL"w ivHuiicd if iiit toriiediiintr : .... ii HI I ..in, wliiiti .miI iliiwn off 'ilU I. it lilt? i:rw HI HHf m I H ( ta , i ,ai, i i iili-riol tin inr Ore, nreslumslil from a (Ser . . itiilmi.ti me, sack 'lie l.liUO ton rli...

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 September 1915

empírea. fk t ..k...k 1.1- A III mttíú rWENTT'TBIEU TKAft. CA RL8BAD, NEW MEXICO. ntlDAT. SEPTEMBER 17, 1115. NUMBER 45. DISTRICT COURT NEWS DISTRICT COURT. When tha Currant want to prMi last Friday afternoon tha ease of J. J. BeaU at al against Jack James (or a commission wmi on trial before, tha eouit without a jury and resulted In verdlrt for tha defendant Tha tlalntiff auad for $250 eommiaalon al igad to ba duo for selling tha defen dant'a ranch to Cñsorge M. Williama. Mr. Williama tastiAed ha did not know tha plaintiff in thi daal and aa tha ease rooted principally on tha avidanca of 'Mr. Williama, Judge. Richardson decided for tha defendant Tha grand Jury cama In at about three p. nW and aubmittad tha follow ing report oner wnicn ma court com manded tha efficiency of tha Jury and thanked tha juror in behalf of tha paopla for their excellent work. Tha jury waa at work about five daya: GRAND JURY REPORT. September, 1115. Term. Eddy County. CarUbad. N. M Sept. 10, 1915. To tha Ho...

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 September 1915

akmoky m u. dim;. club room. 'f 'L- i a - il. 1...11.1:.... :n 1 fie imsniient, til me I'tiiiuum win Call for Hid Issued; Plans Completed he entirely for military uin, and the nd Accepted, use of the member of Company B exclusively, excepting only the heet- An official meeting of the farUl.a.l i" l'"l ""'I dressing rooms local-1 Armory Hoard of Control was held ""'' he "tofe " "f 'tora Wednesday, loo lith, in the olllres of w,l,n l'ly re Pu on- , Major K. I', Hujac, the entire Hoard lrv """ r ""'voted to the mi being present, with the exception of ' "'I n,,'n u" rooms, one for rcad the Adjutant ('Mineral, the architect, room, one for (tame room and a C. F. Ward, of Km. well, also being owl ai.ed gymnasium, r our elegant iiresenl shower baths are provided for, with Completed set of the plans, .Irawn hot "' cold water connections, and a to quarter scale, aid specifications, rifo range for indoor practice, with were presented to the Hoard l.v 'he -pedal light for night shooting. A arch...

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 September 1915

I ft COUNTY MEWS ITEMS ABSOLUTELY RELIABLE NEWS GATUERED BY THE UVE WIRES OF THE CUR KENT. Kfcinwi ra I iru-ra ivmWLbS LU.HTS. . C. W, Hallmark and ion went to Imesa last week to bring back a load of husehold supplies. Charloy White, an old timer of Hope, was a business visitor in Know- lea last week. i . a ' vreiufi minar reiumea irom nos well, where ahe had been visiting friends, last week. Inspector Boyd returned to Carls bad after attending to the dipping at the HiKhlunesme vat, last week. Boon Hardin and Elbert Hhipp went to Carlsbad in the latter' Buick, on a matter of business a few days ago. Pearl Griffin went to Carlsbad last Sunday, where he was called to take part in the district court, by aetting on the petit tury, until the state is through with him. Will White went to Lamesa, to for the local merchante. Dr. Middleton and family left these parts last week, moving to Loving ton to attend to the wants of the peo ple In his line. Henry Record, the heavyweight of the Monume...

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. — 17 September 1915

Gtyr (tela bah (iurrrui the falsifica- Vwn l'i our w''i- lin IC It! C. l'i'.' t. ,"i i y I M't.trsss lo y.itir r , t I: in tui by t. ' : w !! f. . v '. , j..t,:e. Thau la nothing lor you to ouy, or vo raaponainio lor. No reporta, no detalla. Sortó or emll Jbr fttm complrro ctmlaé of t: Di SON DAY priw mrut , , es. v-... , í t. 4 i i (Mr ííP- : 1 .. s Wia. H Mullens. Ml lor aa Iihm FFICIÁL PAPER EDDY COUNTY. STATE POLITICS. ENGLISH TAKE AMERICAN CAR- Special to the Currant. GOT-8. Santa Ke, N. M., Kept 14. The state tax commission continued to Four Sleawehlp litada. Worth MlUiona (rrind the pant week, and the only real of Dollars, excitement wan caused by the publica f i l-j w u r-ij u rii n 1il,!"n ' certain prepared articles In- London. Sept. 16. The British prire Carlsbad, N. M, rriday, Bept. 17, 1111 different newspapers bearing on the court today condemned the greater tax situation, nince in steam-roller part or tne American producía iov-m worsea so niceiy in ins organization Ge...

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 September 1915

c arc n,ni. le ir, I .mul,. i, l.nue. .i,, C'eiii.nl. I 'I I'm I PADioDAn inoAi nmo I aaa" Ural Boyd wii in town Wednesday. MIm Pearl Ruark Uft for El Paao today. C W. Beeman waa up from Malaga Monday. J. D. Atwood ia at tht Batea hotel I inn w era. 3. T. Truitt, of Lakewood, waa In town Monday. John LuiJt waa in town from his ranch yesterday. Dock Townsend of Konwlea apent Sunday in Carlsbad. Health aeekera K to Cottaire Sani tarium, or 'phone 224. John Boifelin, Jr., will be operated on today for apendicitia. E. M. Sandoval, deputy sheriff, of Roawell, la in town today. Bud Owen waa in from the Luik ranch tha first of tha week. Mr. and Mra. Tom Wood have rooms with Mr. and Mra. Laverty. R. P. Hansen wtis a passenirer to tlia Pacos fair Tuesday monrinic. L. E. Thomas and wife are moving to the Harroun farm next week. . ' Mr. J II II.. v, I left v.stonluv on ' an extended visit to Ozark, Ark. w w - - - i W. B. Pistole an attorney from Ar-. Usia, la here for court this week. .... . ,...

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 September 1915

s) a " -- -s . s t'vs W i'"4 a 'a ! CHURCH NEWS i riU'.SHVTKHIAN ( HL'KCH. Kegular Meetings! Tlie Presbyterian church sabbath Mfhool at 10 a. m. Morning worship a. 11 a. m. r'tideavor meeting at 6:45 p. m. t'VHiiriif worship at 7:110 p. m. I'rayer meeting, Wednesday, at ;w p. m. Special Announcement. The subject for the morning crmon the I'rexhylenan church is "Kailh aid Service, for evening, "Paul's Nephew," of special interest to boy ard their friendx. TIIK I1AITIHT IHIRCH. 4 41 a m., Sunday school. It a rn., preaching service. 6 .10 p m.. II. Y. I' U. 7 '10 p. rn., preaching service. 1 'M p. in., Wednesday, prayer-meet- 7 . 10 p. m., Thursday, choir practice. At th Christie nrhurch, the eiih i'kI of the morning sermon is "The l-elter Ui i'hiTemon," and at evening "Üoine Conditions of Hixc ipiexhip". At the Methodist church, Sunday, .W li li a. m., teimon by J, F, Allison. Redding elder, "Work of the Wo-! eisn'x Missionary Mm iely."followed liv "lie fourth imr1iirly conference. 7'...

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 September 1915

1a light and gayety. - Ton ara ufe here, whatever your troubles may have been. Ton aay that you have money, and If you ara lonely," aha added, dropping her volca, "you need not to Wone." ' Ha patted her hand affectionately, hat there was eometblng a little forced about the action. "Child.' ha aald. "It la ao hard to lake you understand. I might loa myself for a few minutee. It la true, over yonder. Perhapa, even." be add ad, "you might help ma to forget And then there would be tha awakening. That la always tha same. Sometimes at night I Bleep, and when 1 sleep I reel, and when my eyes are opened In the moml- the weight cornea back and alta, upon my heart, and the strength seems to pasa from my Mmbs and tha will from my brain." Her eyea ere soft and ber voles ahook a little as sha leaned towards htm Something In bla helplessneai had kindled the protective spirit In her. "Haa life bern ao terrible for vou?" she whispered. "Have you left be hind but nol you never could have been really...

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 September 1915

kllIlM k.....k . - 1 1 poniiiiiie '' ""7 day cak. bad been preparad with a sjserr sOFF We offer a discount of 1 -3 on all PLUMES They are Black, White and Fancy Colors Now is the opportune time to Buy one Cheap Joyce-PruitCo. DISTRICT COURT NEWS. (Continued from f rat paga.) HISTORT MURDER OF NOTED CASE. (Continued from lrt page.) ccu.tom.d range, no bill. This .. rosa and frequently wa. referred to . Z -""- wii .worn aa the "chicken k ng of Tula rosa." cense, Amando Centenario ra fined $50 Jor carrying a deadly weapon. The trial of Martin Stalcup wat ,ei lor nrpt. z.i. lay of certain grounds. The court volved aa result of his activity In oeniea the request. It waa believed . the water right fight. Rearen an. that the Jury dealred to visit the beared to be aomewhat unwilling to ground around Porter' home, where ; testify and wa taken to taak by At. Connell was killed. Thla Jury report. ' torney General Frank W. Clancy, who ed on the night of April 10. returning condurted the examina...

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 September 1915

rWXNTT-THlBO TEAR. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICa FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER U, 1115. NUMBER 4ft. It ' 7W i I DISTRICTCOURT NEWS MOTION FOR CONTINUANCE IN MILLER CASE DENIED AND MORE THAN ONE HUNDRED SPECIAL VENIREMEN RE QUIRED BEFORE A TRIAL JURY COULD BR SECURED. it ti EVIDENCE OF THE COTTONS, FA. THER AND SON, IMPEACHED BY THE BEST .PEOPLE OF A RTFS I A. EVIDENCE IN IKE MILLER CASE BEING HEARD TODAY Friday afternoon the defense in the Martin Stallcup ca.e opened liy putt ink uno character witness after an other on the star.d to impeach the evi dence of J. B. Cotton, Sr., and hi non the prosecuting witness and Otis Mai- com. ine following citizens were among the character witneiaea: 8. W. Gilbert, J. O. Richard, S. S. Ward, J. T. Collins, J. B. Angelí, L. P. Ev- ana, ana tnree others. All the char acter witnesses (wore the reputation of young Cotton and several swore the repuution of Malcom was bad and Iso that of Cotten. Sr.. and in soma instances before the court could stop me witness otner remark...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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