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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 29 October 1915

from It, 1. 1 to Iim- iiiivti..ii. do t..l. "" n.,ir, Iu-j,..j,iv,' Every Woman Should Know There are three entirely dif ferent kinds of baking powder, namely t (1) Crenm of tartar, derived from grapes ; (2) Alum, a mineral aoldj and (3) Phosphate of Lime. (1) Baking Powders made of Crenm of Tartar add to the fooi the onme healthful qualities that exist in the ripe grapes from which Crenm of Tartar Is derived. (2) Rnking Powders made of Alum edd to the food some form of Alum or Aluminum, a heavy metal, wholly foreign to any natural tirllcle of food. (3) Phosphate of Lime is mnde from rock or by burning bones which by chemical aotlon are ciiuiged into a white, powdered bild. It Is used in bnklng powder caly because it is a cheaper cubtstltute. A Ctnim of Tartar powder never contain A turn ot I'hoiphale. Kvery housekeeper should read the noons of the Ingredients printed on the label and know wiiut une Is U3lng. DR. PaiCES CREAM BAKING POWDER Uado from Creara of Tartar EXECUTION OF MIS...

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. — 29 October 1915

. 5 BY SYNOPSIS. Ilrlck Wllloe. ruiliwayman. Mm on CHadwara and baby flrl from balm anyrdVrad by hla fallow outlaw on the Wtrn plain Wlliot-k flrea to th tnnuntaina a.nl hlilva to aacapa tha wrntlr of tha outlaw ha had atwlttad. Ha luriu that aun on a haa laoovarad hla halloa placo d Feather, an Indian rhlaf. brlnia Wlllock a nttta while ilrl. ñamas! Lahuma. an Inalrurla him I lake ran of har Ho aya hfr father la livln wllh Indiana Ullor racuaniu-a har a tlx dnuahter Of woman wimj Im.I ni. .1 and wn, hurlnl or by lla bcgina In loach Laliuma cur root Kncliah CHAPTER IV. "Your mothar'a gravo." TT AIN"r " "' Umin J'"1' honey." II went on Ilrlck. "They no breaking up and enriching lund tliat ain't never tmre nothing but buffalo grna wltlioul I have plcka nd ipade and plow anil brrer. 1 got to get in tool to begin." Bhe ntlftVned hraelf. Vou needn't L0T8 FOB SALE. The two cholea lota oppoilU tho Method I at church on tha north, form rly owned bjr tho lata John Byrne r for talo at a aacrl...

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. — 29 October 1915

"II II I " "' -1111 ' " ' ' .'ITil 1 -- III! I I I I I I I I I - I P I I I I " Wm. H Mudan, felllm anil Manssrr f'FFICIAL PAPER EDDY COUNTY. Carlsbad. N. M., rridny. (VI. 2l, IV 1.1. hUltiSl K1PTIO.N HAUM. (Mia year in advance . H Sis months in kilviini'p I no Three months, in uil unci- .00 Sample copies, ii cents. ADVHUIMM. RAILS. Per inch oí I'oiuiii!!, run if paper 16r. per insertion. Time (inin.il. hihI regular ad. 12 l-Ür ier in it' urn. I .ora I notice iIiiiii fine type pet line. iir. per iiiktIiii'i. Loral unties blink fare type pel linr, I Or per irinf 1 1 inn. No loen I notice ic civcil I y iiihiI in eerted or riiiliiuiiirHliiin ordering ail vrrlisi'ini'iil un, i n il unl.. in iv ni panted hy rush, fur Unity words or less 'U cents Hint live ren's for every an word additional. All local nut icen Bnul he paid for v. I, en i.n'oied or they will not lie inserted. THK CAKK ANA GOVERNMENT. The recognition of the Car run a government hy the United States 'iuh not in any sense miti...

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. — 29 October 1915

r,ved at their deatin.tion aafely. and of ' . A'in Umn ''' UP lnd ' "Jj d"y"H'n. ccounl " on'' fti. a mi P i H-ii-. nnA .ii MIC rillllC VI tp Ul ' - n, nil i oi ineae occurreo in iinnuia. ney ...sinal and nf ih... nrrurrt in lllinnia Thev i. j .,i llllll'lin IHBIB a,IU "-J-',T-M I ho Irin mrnnw I The 1 hnaillona W padi CDAii i noAi mm U .Tn UWLOUttU LUUttL 1 1 LINO P J. J. Basils returned Saturday from ! trip over in Texaa. Roland Beach wo in town from .Rata River Saturday. Mri. Walter li lover in from ' the ranch thia vwk, J. W. Tulk and family were in from Monument thia week. ' E. E. Hartshoiti made a husmea .trip to Malaga Saturday. Walter Pendleton made a busine trip to the plain thia week. Mrs. E. P. Bujac viited with Mrs. Hugh Gage at Hope thia week. Sheriff Stewart and aon, Allen, were In Roawell the firm of the wee. Fred Rnyder :anH Goo. Lyle, were ' up from Pecos, 'Texaa, thia week. Max Baird and wife, of Rnnwell, ' were registered at the Palace Sunday evening. Paul Grayand...

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. — 29 October 1915

", asaae tiu. i Henal no ItWillPayYoutoWait ! I AMI SEE THE New Series "EIGHT" FRANKLINS NEWJUDEBAKER SIXES and FOURS ni: EIGHT CYLINDER KING Unrivalvcd DODGE ALSO A H I.I, STOCK OF SWINEIURT and MICIII.IN TIRES fil THE QHNEMUS SHOPS GUN FIX IT" EXPERT MECHANICS GERMANS EXECUTE ENGLISH WOMAN. Wave of Horror and Raft Tanaca Over England a Newe of Execution Reaches Country. Undon, Oct 2.1. Whan tha news waa received here this mornlnir eon-' firming the reporta that tha German' had Hhnt English woman in Brussels charged with being spies, raire and 1 harror passed over the entire Uritish i nation. Thin action on the part of ' ..r:nny will have a great effect o the war sentiment In the Britiith Isles. F.nllBtmenU into the army has al- ready grown much brisker, and all i peace talk throughout the nation has Health Seekers -co rO TttE ' Cottage Sanatorium i. CARLSBAD, H. M. NOTICE 10 PUBLICATION.. t5J9. ' Department of tha Interior, United States Lajea Office at RoowssL New Mexico, Oct. 18...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 29 October 1915

COÜflfí NEWS ITEMS1 AB80LUTELY SELLA BLB NEWS , OATH EKED BY THE UVB WIRES OF THE CUR. RENT. KNOWLES H AT A. ( Earle Bales, one of the ranchmen near Nadine, wae visitor In Know- lea a few days ago. Charlea C. Mcuaniol, one of the farmers a few miles west of town was in .trading the other day. ,y. C. Aimsworth, of Andrews, Tex., was among the Mock anet. a few days ago, seeing what stock waa worth. Mr. Addington, formerly of 1'or- tales, was a prospector in this stolon last week taking items as to the coun- try's outlook. Tom Post, who recently located south Nadine was a caller in town the other day. Dad Heard, Frank Miser and folks were in town last Friday and Cad-il- c-ed around among their friends. Major McNema, the oil king, vis ited tha plains last week in his new .Dodge, remaining for a time and talk ed Dodge oil to a queen's taxte. L. F. Gainaa, of the Monument coun try, waa a business caller in Know let last week. Elmer Breckon of Buffalo, New e(J lmil Wfejl 'place hire a few ...

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. — 29 October 1915

The Best Dressed Men in Town VHE NOT ALWAYS THOSE WHO 8PKNI THE MOST FOR THEIR t I.OTHKS. IT IS NO SECRET THAT (i(M)O DKESS DEPENDS MORE I I'ON '.tM)l TASTE THAN A FAT I'tK KET-BOOK. WE ARE SHOWINC VERY 8ATISFYINO PROOF OK THE ABOVE STATEMENT IN THE NEW FA IX DISPLAYS OF HIRSeHBHUM CLOTHES TIT $15. $20 and $25 Tbe modele sre the Intrnl examples of refined atylr, Ihr fabrics are shaolulrly pure-wool, (.ondon shruk by rnld-eatrr prorraa, and Ihr tailoring la of that adaned type that ran nnljr he looked (or In garmcnla made by norria of trained Islent. JOYCE - PRUIT COMPANY "WE WANT YOl'R TRADE" HiHIS BANDITS. Weil hniKtn Tesa Capitalist I'uila ut a Nice Lull Battle on Ilia le) Uewa, Railroad I'rraidrnl lvt (lerdeare, Savra llacun. M.fr I'aeiUaae) of Ihaaiiig and willm4 Outlaw Oomk al llroaiia míe l-iatuiahra .Steadily. U ! .. lili!, 'I II. in, Del. Z"t. -Sam ikt.avi liia pruaiduiil ul Ilia faau ben ito ami uni llntll tWl'J maulo Nu.l.y railroad, wild Musitan bandit , rt,iiii luilun uu...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 5 November 1915

Iff rWENTT-THIKU TEAR. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER S, 1915. NUMBER 52. 3 it t TO END THE BIG BORDER TROUBLE . . . i Vigorous Measure br First Chief are r.xperled lo I rush Operation by Outlaws, He Telia Washing, Ion. Washington. Now. 3. Assurances reached the alate department today from General ( arrunza that nXIng h Muitnti l..,ui,t. aintiu ih. A..,..ri. can border would be stonned aa uuirk- ly us possible and that htose found "e fni'1 t,mt ,n 'arranxa garrison todny at (he war department The After striking the spit lifeboats un guilty of bandit operations would be n" remained in its trenches pave general says both Calles and Villa did mediutely were lowered. Two bout punished. ground for the assumption that Calle nil they could to prevent injury to overturned in the surf. One . or,..,ui.i (ieneral Carranza made his state- believed Vlllu's movements were American lives and property. mostly passengers while the oincr meiit personally to Jo-in V. Hell, the lraleifirHl. des...

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. — 5 November 1915

-"Vil 20. Charlo 1 lasa, oí t arlsbau, .. M., who, on i.ifiii'viw ueiuiieu. .-muir 01 inrin were ciitT,.,!. with a moor lefl on pw.1"" " . ". i'iii in. I in. ii ui M'.ti.' Iliiul. io ucve. Li.-! No. 02S. Seriul No 03:!n.!(. I.-'K I I .sec. 2.!, K 1-2 Soc. 27. M'. I I ' - nv, l. 2-S, RaiiK ilti-E, N. M. M"t.. i In !i. .w. l-.'t ni"1 -i :.i i,,., r..ni m i. id M"ti"- c.ini r wis ..'iniilet ,l..le I 'i.'lilil M .el, i í I 'M .. I I, e l fte. i"'i. .t".l L I'. XV.H i n .l- lll'ler ll.ilo ut I'l ill. ted bnowles. N.'iv -Mt. l:U I. n..y.,l le ) .If in for Í T.'iU On, psytmlo o"f tino with iiilei'"-t fro'ii ItWillPav YoutoWait -AND KF.E Till New Series "EIGHT" FRANKLINS NEW.STlTiEBAKER SIXES and FOURS -THE- EIGHT CYLINDER KING -THE- Unrivalved DODGE -ALSO A FULL STOCK OF- SWINEHART and MICMLIN TIRES I ! .in N t ..' 1 staa.uWút. , r- V' .M! M r.i i THE OH NEMUS SHOPS eaiv fix it EXPERT MECHANICS 99 MEXICANS SHOOT NEW MEXICO MAN IS KHillT AMERICANS. I SIIOI IN)WN nv VILLA OFFICER AFTER qUARR...

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. — 5 November 1915

COUNTY NEWS ITEMS ABSOLUTELY RELIABLE NEWS GATHERED BY THE LIVE WIRES OF THE CURRENT. KNOWLES ANECDOTES. Paul Cunningham the popular young, cow man from Gaines county, Texaa, took In th town few dayi ago. Ferry Andrew wa in town to do little (hopping the other day. Koaco Sharp of Lovington came In lent week (halting hand with his friend. Johmon Graham came in from the ranch went of u loot Saturday even ins and itayed Just a minute. Howard (irovc the young cow men from north went of riKowIvs, came in last Saturday evening after finishing their job of vaccinating tlivir younir Htutr. Klliert Shipp wus stepping u round at tlir home ibiicIi last Tluiisiluy issu ing the powder to the punchers while branding a big lot of young heifers. It. ii. lurrcr luid j. ist a utile Lad luck last l-'riiluy night, by butting his fid. i into u new fence on the Seminole road which made er limp along all the same as a hunting dog, with a thorn in his foot. W. II. Thompson was in from the Huston ranch the ...

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. — 5 November 1915

Wm. II. Mullan. Kritu,r and Matiar OFFICIAL I'AI'KK EII)Y COUNTY. Carlsbad. N. M., Friday, Nor. 5, 191.". HUBKt KIPTION RATES. Una Vfr in advance l..0 Six month in advance 1.00 Three motitliH, In advance Sample copies, 5 cents. .f.O ADtKKllH.NG RAT.S. Per inch nf column, iuii of papei loe. per insertion. Time cumiad, and 12 t-'le per insertion. regular ad. Ixical ñutir.-, iiluin line. Tic. per insertion. I.( al not mvs lilai k line, I He pur inseition. fine type pvi fare type pei No Ideal nntne lerivrd dy mull in aerted or eoiniriiiiu -alum ordering ail verliscnicnl answcied unles" acri.m tamed by rash, for thirty words ui 'Ih rent" and live .en's for every Ix words aildilional. AH iciil notico iuhI lie paid for when ordered or they will not lie inserted. The local school hoard had reifu lar monthly meeting at the High arhool building Tuesday evening, and voted for a holiday in our city chool for the week beginning November 'l'l, in order that the teacher who wish to attend the New ...

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. — 5 November 1915

aa I V I Aim on in I nmi iTrmn f MKLoDAU L1ML IILIYI5 ÉÉátfAAMlMlttÉÍIÍJiltfMMáMtll ftAAftitftekiUBia .aaaataa. .AjaatáaháfatáVaJeaáta. "V"ar,BTe"eF"F'el,""earaaaaaaaaaapaatraaa VI u ej. w WWIW WPV WMP 4e'WV9ffaI A. T. Crua -wat down from Roswell Monday. John Plowman and family want in town Monday. Byron 0. BealL of Roiwell, wii In town Saturday. I J. P. Colling of Midland spent Sat urday in town. D. R. Darker van In Roswell Sat urday on business. G. V. MeCrary, of Artesia, was in Carlabad Saturday. W. A. Simmons paid Roswcll busi naaa visit Tuesday. Joe Jamee visitad Pecos Tuesday and returned Wednesday. Jimmy Robert and wife were in from the ranch this week. Arthur Forehand was in from his Black river ranch Saturday. Dave McCeTlum, the goat man, was In from the mountains Tuesday. Mrs. W. U Rosa, of Pecos, is in the city attending to business matters. For Sunday mnrninir breakfast have Carlabud Bakery Raisin Bread. W. F. Hird, the Continental oil man from Roiwell, was in Carlsbad T...

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. — 5 November 1915

'Á ir. i asases Sixty Yoaro iho Standard C REAM IMIC3G U Made Irom Cream of Tartar TAI I.KVIKft H((iM 21 t iitl.MIES Si IIMI I n;i). iima.inmifi.'r.i (Junk to Arrrpt Offer 4 'tniiersliun I roin Isipatcra' Aiil.iiia, l,ry i.imi Mai- SanU Ke N. M , n. (. :!:i Tims far twenty one of the twenty-six New Mexico colinde tin i- iicc.pii.l I he tsiUitioii l ( ...vi i ii. ii ,Mc luiiiil'l, ex U'ii'1. .1 lolb.A .ni: líe- I'uv . it, .,r' . -n rvin with in. .I'-'irue romi'iit'ce af Uh rite linpuy. i .' n . ociiiiiini in Ul.iiqu. I.j.ic 1 1. i,, r I lili, umi r".ivc -uhllllü.sl 1m- -I.IIivi tllilv levio- Ho- Iti. u .ai". ly loe -tint.' a iHiiiritii-1 i"l un. w by it..- .I.i. .'iiii, i.t Hie Tii pH i . 1. 1 1 1 .i. i .,; , , i ,, Jumen lum ,", I . , -ill i,f n,, , . l.lll.lt I' I HI i ,, .' .mil I' lit, t. t fki ,. I " 1 1 1 . I ! ,l ..I vt.ht iiu; I.'.i 'ii. in ult in.. I i'íi Hit I I Iff II I.HV-' I" r.i' i., i m.ij.. o, i .,1 - l.llllltill .m , . I t'.l II I. SÍ. N . .1 it .1 Mu-'..-:, li ii K....

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. — 5 November 1915

;JIiCKENiGEElUS FmmBT &T7 -- 2 SYNOPSIS. rlek Mltlock. hlghwaynwui. wmmm en Mwire and a bnbr girt froan balm eaurdervd by hi tallo intlawi on the Mm flame Wlllock flsaa to the mountaina and hll-a ta aaaap Uia wrath of I ha eailawa ha had aatwItteaV Ha laarna thai aoma oa haa éteaovared hla hiding plao. Had Feather, an Indian ctMf. artna Wtlloek a htUo hita girl, naaiad Liiom. aad luatMiota him to take rare of her Ha aaore bar lathar la llvlna wit Indiana. Wlllock racoeniaaa har aa tha daughter af woman who bad dird and waa bunt. asr by. Ma blna to taach Lluina oar raat Engrían The gtri 4a taken arroaa country by Wlllock to vlett Bill Atklna, aad I alar alia har Knit trip to a real town CHAPTER VI. Yaung Man' Faney. "IT W?T y"a ,0 J' owrelf," II WMtil on KrlcV, In reply In Lu ll lion.u' tiTjr. "Ami when I'm old and no 'rouut yan'd need aomebody . to take enre of you, and you'd go 'full equipped and ready to atand up to any ctvlllard peravn thai tried to rou a bluff tin you." "But...

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. — 5 November 1915

't a. Jeliiisaii, of I 'ecos, M4 imsiI allemliiig Iv km . f II otream Line YOU know that word: it's used in nearly ev ery automobile adver tisement to describe a car built on smooth, (lowing lines. We could almost call the Hart Schaííner & Marx suits "streamline" clothes; they have the smooth, flowing lines that bring out the hest of a young Look at the pic- STOCK NOTES HEAVY SHIPMENTS OF CATTLE FROM KENNAi Kenna, N. M., Not. 2. Heavy shine TIIE "D" RANCH CHANGES atente of cattle from thia district eon- OWNERHHIP THIS WEEK. Un"fd.,Vt w,k, B . A ranch and cattle deal of no littla ÓOOuJ e.lv.7í.í thí.'ltT i.i;". " r.u. Vi i rV.- nernooa, wnicfcha had contracted ' for nw 1 rHin.ll BKrvni irv now ill icini wan sold to Messrs. Iee and Htubbs, urna two or three month! afro at. $30, Rev. F. W.. Prtitiwlll UA Ae boya of Uia Episcopal Sunday aehool class down to- tha Public Utilities dam to morrow for an outing. STOCK WANTED FOR PASTURE I Alao huy for aala M. U DAVIS, 2t Than 102J. Eddy ...

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. — 12 November 1915

farlafeíiíi (fotrratt fWENTT-THIRD TEAK. CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1915. M'MBKR SX lit f ''i E DECLARES THAT PRESIDENT WILSON'S PROfiRAM WILL BRING TROUBLE. Washington, Nov 8. Former Sec retary of tata Bryan came out square ly against President Wilson's national defense plan today In a formal state mailt in which ha took issue with the president's views as expressed last right before the Manhattan club in New York. "A departure from our tradition; a reversal of our rational policy; a men art to our pcare and safety, and a challenge to the spirit of Christianity, whirh teaches iik to influence other ly example, rather than ly exciting fear," is Mr. ltryan'a view of the. na tional defense plan. The former secretary of Slat"' Statement, which reitemte views he has previously expressed on thu sub Ject of preparedness for war, wan re garded ai the opening pun in the fight whirh administration leaders expert In congress again! adoption of the plan. Mr. Bryan's statement s...

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. — 12 November 1915

ItWillPay -AND 8 ICE New Series "EIGHT" FRANKLINS NEW STIDEBAKER SIXES and FOURS -THE- EIGHT CYLINDER KING -THE- Unrivalvcd ALSO A FULL SWINEIIART and THE OH NEMUS SHOPS "GHAT FIX IT EXPERT MECHANICS IN M I'.KIM. It M.E. II. I. A CON- in M sun um nuts iu ih.aiii Inlcr, css.oi. by KcIm I Lemlcr'a Aide I inalU Sniiil l ives ol Anierii an. Ili.rr.iMiiiK l.xj.ir.cuc. Nino. An., Nov In Pour Aineii cans i. lcusi .l ut Villa Verde vc ienliiy i .ilV.llu al... I It. ce times li.iv demneil in il.all, an. ceil on American soil bele lnilay ami i n Ii. 'i .... i . ,i li-,.-i's . i h x til ii . . I ,i i y lt.nl Cms,, winker mu, 'in' .Ma's Wnunilcil on Ihc Iintlli licl.l . r Ai'ua I'm I;, 'iir I .it . I i'ollsl-lcll of III. R. II. 'l ini'pen. Di. I I. a. les II. Millet ami two i iiuullciii i, A. I . Wilson ami .1. D ' ' I -n ,a, i,, ,L to their lied upon arrival as .i i i I. lid an all l)lht tiuiiip tluo.ii.-li tli. uiHUii.u. i. -Ileal ii;,i in w ii to a ia. IM T n - i when be Ica.ni.l I In An. el...

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. — 12 November 1915

COUNTY NEWS ITEMS ABSOLUTELY RELIABLE NEWS GATHERED BY THE LIVE WIRES OF THE CUR-KENT. KNOWLES PASSING EVENTS. Stock Transfers. Iluiton Broa, ranching a few milaa went of KnowleH, sold 325 calvea to Cap. Sacre of Shafter laat week, at thirty dollars. - t wiiunoi rrana riarain aeciaeo to aeui Juat a few calvea, for a little spending money, and made just the deal wanted with Tom Ross, yea 70 of em at .I0. Mra. U. U. Utiles and sons sold and ' de vered Z9 calves to Tom Ross and hIYT "." .ii" 'a m nJT Seminóle at thirty dollars last rri- ... day- Lum Daugherty sold his little bunch of calvea at U to local parties last 7 i a. . u. . I W.vl.. A 1 1 ill ut.nn. T -U h.J- ti. -li. A v!iu, iVM" WW.k' " Millers calf crop up to July, which "ir'.l'T1!1115 V8,'1; l!Vy V"y; Ing .M0 which is prohubly the bust aalt made on this !at of the plums íi"m . " receivin Flhlrt ZhZl :IH i-..n 5 7 Mbert thipp sold (up Sacra 75 htad of calves at thirty dollar, and .delivered them across the line, lost i P. - ....

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. — 12 November 1915

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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. — 12 November 1915

rant cauce. very III witn typnoia ini'r m mc i.cn runnim- from here to Teros for ThliMH' 1M1 M.'NI: In.t'.i'i '..f Mis. I., lit Mi oTl'.iM t In-' M'i I III il left I'm ii r Iml v '.vIm i c I ewi' 1 : 1 1 ' i 1 1 1 1 1 il 1' W 1 i S- PADI CDAíl I Í1PAI niMQ J. W. Gomal visited Roasvell'on bu-1 Rex WHeaÜey, maaefcirr of Jtym Ineea Wednesday. . I Pruit company's atore al Artaaia, ama Mn Carlsbad Monday aveiMujr, betsreen Mr. Mia Law la, oí lecoe, was ln,traina. Carlsbad thia week. 1 a ' Eural Bovd ia tai ths wnk with J. A. Istialc wh attending (o busineaa . the LUndricka A Janes hard, lia in town this waek. John H. Joyca areot up tha road a buainaaa Wadnaaday. Mn. W. B. Wiluon, of Otia, waa la Carlsbad Wadnaaday. Tha Carlsbad Bakary na Raíala Bread -every Ualurday. Marvin Livingston and wile rara in from tha ranch Lhia waek. R. J. TorTeliaira waa in Levlngtlon for arveral dayt thia week. Mr. and Mrs. Alters, who have licon vary ill, ara improving now. : look a thouich a ia maklnr a han...

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