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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 12 November 1915

She Knows What She Wants The well informed housekeeper nbjnctB to the use of alum in food. Sho might read in an ad vertisement or bo told that it wna all right in the quantities iiHcd, but in the end sho would nv'roly ask, "Do you mían to say that theso baking powders con tain alum?" If the answer, however quali fied, were In the uff lrmntlve, that would be enough. Sho would not buy it. Why? Becnuno nho known that cranm of tartar har always been accepted n: the mo.it whole. omo product for r. 'lining, cake and biscuit, and nhe mtr, a bakliiR powder mndo of irtiair. cl tartar, lik? Tr. Prico'a. This coiiclu.jl.. i:i the result cT unconuoiou:; iiL.,orpt ion, either hut- oi' or her mothur'a, of tho opinion.; of the hlp.hest authori ties on hygiene and home cooking. The prudent housekeeper looka at thu ltiRredientu printed on tho label. Sho knows what -ho wunta. LR. TRICK'S CREAM BAKING POWDEP liudu irvm Cruura of Turtar AMERICA IS CHAMPION OP Iran ship owner, and American mea KHiHTFUL ...

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. — 12 November 1915

rafe; SYNOPSIS. Brteli Wlllnek, kmhwayman, MVM i Mwiri and a fcat girl Iran aundarad by hie teltuw oattaws on th aatarn pinina. Wllluck flaea la tha tnuuntalna and akin aa aaoaiw tha wrath nf thaouilawa ha bail twilled. Ha laarna llml iiimt on a haa lavovarrd hla hating plana Rd Feather, an Inilian chief, brlna Wlllork a little nn, atrl. named Lahuraa aoa Inatrucia him to take mii of tur Ha para bar falliar la living Willi Indiana mahaa her (Imi Inp tu . ,wn WnUn-k reciaraiaea her aa lha dauahlar ZL.T!"".? T'" ""J " "uri-l MEim " """' A youna man, Wilfred OMrrpinn. vlalt.ni, I a rnnrh, ! an aviilenial alininef, i4 lahoma an1 iMwtomaa tmaraaied in h-i Tha alrl I now nrtaca vaura olt Cnmplnn afterwaril vMita IVIII.s k and I finally allnwfal in meat ami talk wllh I -a homa Thai- haini,- vastly entertain, fry one another' a rmiianv CHAPTER VIII. Tha Half Opanad Bud. TT 'LI. Uftí to III eWn Illllce li-V ".V I ( llf IIIIIIIIIIHIII Willi I lie pleclpn-e. " Lnhmmi cull iliiui'il afier ahe l...

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. — 12 November 1915

the barden Prices That Will ftppeal to Thrifty Shopp eps New goods economically bought have been literally pouring into our store filling up the gaps made in our stocks by the heavy October selling. November shoppers will find this store the best and most economical shopping place in the Pecos Valley. Every item throughout our big store represents the best value obtainable at the price. Your cash will buy more and better merchandise here 1 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Department Ol I-El. I MATCHLESS VALUES FOR NOVEMBER hill MIS. WK II WE JI'ST RECEIVED FOR NOVEM BER SI.l l.INt;, HIE NEWEST AM) SMARTEST COAT Kt'MS AMI I tit ESS EM IN ALL THE I'OI'l LAR MATERIALS. SLITS SELLING SPECIAL $17.50, 120.0(1 LP TO $33.00. AT ITtOM $12.50, $15.00, lilt ESSES $r. 00. $7.50, $.0 $10.00, $12.50, $15.00 UP TO 1HNHSOME COATS IN THE MOST STAPLE COL ORS KAUK VALI' EH AT FROM $3.00 LP TO tTN.50. M ANY SPI.ENIIII) VALUES IN LADIES SKIItTS and W US I S ARE IIEItE Edit QUICK SELLINii NEW STYLES, NEW MATERIALS ...

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. — 19 November 1915

if tur' -,-.s y ' ....t ,-,v V v.f- TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER I, 1I5. NUMBER X C V I GE11S SI SERBIAN ARMY SEEMS DOOMED. Monastir Seems About lo Fall Before Advancing Hordes of Teutonic Allies. Kntenlera are Threatened by Dangerous Outflanking. tandon, Nov. 17. The fata of tht Serbian army may be only a mattei of hour. Monastir. In southwest Ser bia, la reporti'd to l in such a perii ou position that the consular ofticinl have departed from the city. From tlio varitius conflicting (reporta which reached the public, the following ap- parently may be deducted aa facta: The Bulgurinn have taken Kruxvol and are six milea weBt of Perlope. ' o'Pou priamier, ""'. Thua the aouthern Serbian army and charged with the killing of Marion Its Franco-British allien are con-, artwrighl, came to an eml last even fronted with the imminent peril of an about ft:.IO o clock, when the fugi-out-flanking movement. "v was discovered about five mile,. Tetovo la In the hands o...

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. — 19 November 1915

hoir of U e In, ma. ulule ' 't... N ALUM in Tkw "rr-i. WW MS CREAM B Sixty Years the Standard Made from Cream of Tartar Catholic. Uyal I "Thou who ar acquainted with th work hiHtory of tha country know that I amongst tha most loyal citisent ara I hone who ara good Catholic. In tha' FARM DEMONSTRATION. (A. M. Ilovt.) Tha United States govarnmant haa duties and obligation which attach been slow to recognize agriculture, to true citixenship 1 will yield to nona the foundation of the nation. Just mine at all in the love of country, recently hai tha government begun city and stale. Our patriotism ia not to do practical work' In building up based upon the foundation of a panning the farming industry. Money haa sentiment. Our citizenship li baaed been spent freely for many purpose on (!od himself and the law which every year, but economy waa aver the ,ivi neon handctl down to ui from the practice in relation to agriculture. Christ. Our citi.eniihip is the reault of True, much valuable rese...

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. — 19 November 1915

SYNOPSIS. Wlllnrk, highwayman, oaveo an dwiri and baby ajlrl from peine oa a rdr rl by hio fallow oullawa on the reelem plaina Wtllork tloae to tha mounielne and hldea oa eecape Ilia wrath of lha oullawa ha had owtwIMari Ha lrn that auma one hae auoovertal hia hiding placa Had Prathar, an Indian rhlat, bring Wllloc a llttla white atirl. nainrd Lahotna. aAtf tnatnjrla him In luKa ran of her Ha amya bar father la llvina avlih Indiana The girl la taken trrwi country bv Willed, 0 vl. it i,i Alklna. and later hr nakaa her Mint trip l a real town Wlllor recognIM liar aa th dauahtrr Pf woman who had dud mill wna burn, ear by lie brama tu Lucli LjUmina rut root Hnall'h A young man. Wllfrad ('limpión, viait.n, Pt a ranch, gala an accidental pUnti ii TuaJinpu... nr tewwwae M" ri.nu d In hi Hie alrl In nnw llftevn te ra old Compion afterward alalia 'wlllooa and la Anally alinwad to mrat and talk with la aun That bacuina vaatly antartalnail py one another' enminny Cnmpton laavae and anee in ano...

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. — 19 November 1915

x ílir (arhiliah (urmu Wm H Mulisn. M.Utt ami M.i f 'FHIAL PAPER EDDY COUNTY. Carlsbad. N. M.. Friday. Nov. 19. 1SIV hi' list KIP'IIO.N RAILS. "One )tai in mi.. mt (I. 'II Six month in advance I n() Tliree nn.l.ll... mi tiilMii'i ..'It Sample cotíes, ,1 .í-i.Ii. Our moi.M.nriinr l..t on the tim'h íif un will he "diy" afler the lirst of January. A olotadn exchange Miy After the first of January lonk n-.t timifi Iht u in.. a Iiiii if im mil in t ! eon for it ot.lv i n.i.. Lt rv ut he .t arid he pniti. iili.ily wniy of the funny tiooxe Wn.i luiketh in tlie mystic ie reuses of the l.lmd pit' for it xtingith like an adder m d il in a Ion i. lo'ig way to heycnne. here are l.ihulnu. times ahead for everyhoily hut the lccli.ij.lci s and a hit id row for the taxpayer to hue. We all like xhci p liut do not iilwiiyi get niuitoii." While passing throuirh Pecos, Texa, last week, a short cull wax tunde I't the Enterprise oM'n-e preHided over hy John Milu I. hi. and wife. John, who helped u out on...

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. — 19 November 1915

i i V !.. X I. Vontimid tm .Mask, river mi in town Tuesday. Aim nhin innn rrritiir. i nu KAII I III Ml IIUIWIV ..Ed. Bulreaon from .the inouiitalmt, from Itarkndale, Texan, They, are go was in town Tuesday, ing to nato their home In the Know Mr. Charier Jone I the jrueM ' . week oí Mr. E. Purdy. , J thi. .Ton' Jone came in .from the, ranch Monday and returned Wednesday. j Elk- worth Jamei, wife and bnhy, were in from the ranch Wet'.nenday. Gatl'ip ha had an epidemic, of ty- fhoid fever which ta now under con rol. Jo.j! uk and wife, ,alo Mr. Will Fentom pent Tuesday night it Car lrbad. Mr. J. J. & Smith, of Rocky, pent rriday nijrht in Carlsbad with friend. W. J Barber awurhi Calillnc thi week from R. Ohnemus, turning in hi "UIup". MiM . Marietta Hudiburgh left Thursday for Texas, whore ahe bus. a, position ta teacher. - Rom Jii ilt came in from the ranch Friday aed spent a few dar in reutrninjr Wednesday. Mr. am B. Smith and liarrinn. . -I- t U. 4 ra tliaa Cat rMiK Cark Biarte 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. — 19 November 1915

ItWillPayYoutoWait AND SEE New Scries "EIGHT" FRANKLINS NEW STLDEBAKER SIXES and FOURS -THE- EIGHT CYLINDER KING -THE- Unrivalvcd A I. SO A I fl.L SVYIMHART and .V .. Was THE OHNEMUS SHOPS enN fix it" EXPERT MECHANICS NI W MKXHIl NEEDS ITS ItOVS ND i. HUM, SMS (ATI. It HI). lhiilleie, N M , Nov. 1M "'l. 54.iv Mt'HJi'i ..lale university is as g I a, sr. y ni lb unit i y S'i are Die iiUi i Ni'r M Kirn ediitot loiml insH u tinni 1'itl loinrc llu in Semi V'Mir hillien to ti tti Sou pay for their m iiiitetiniii'i., itel ihe I .i m ill . T - y ill' equipped 4ti, aiiMnus loe.ivc. It II pay you, yum rlulilicn ami Hi' i.Ul.. " I'lil l,e st.lti'llielit minie I V C,iil W I' Kent, ueiieiiil attorney for Hi-' Hint !' Milwuy at the ?MU uu niv -IMiy tixll'lilet of the A Ihuipicl i'ln cuitiiiii'ii'iei lull "Fifty pen-cut nf tl- leiy , and Kill. -ent out of New M.no In iUi.-i .1 .it lor llieir edu caii'in lo'vci i'iiiiii' Iiiii-k, ' said Cupi.i Itei I "They te h ileail loss to New M 'n i mi a Ion of...

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. — 19 November 1915

'V'UHy, " ,h,H t,,,,e "y'7 n,"llT l'o h éman ' lm"a!m ?. h .T"'Vl hm, IV COUNTY .NEWS ITEMS ABSOLUTELY RELIABLE NRWS GATHERED BY THE UVE WIBES OF THE CUB BENT. KNOWLES LOCA LETTER Reagan Mlddteton manager of the general merchandise .tore of Monu. ! went, waa a ahort tima vUitor In Knowlea tha i other day. i Hohunk ndJ?w nin. i mil., to tha north called on hi friend. In n Ut Saturday. ! truck farmer wa in town the other day, aelllitg aome fino weet-Uter. fikillick Mantón, that Jolly puncher, K spreading good humor. J V., i7h ñ'f ..ñff .V a who movet a car load of atuff at a xime, came In from jLamesa the otner "fh. jtfí. '!" .? i?i 'Vl 'A ' s :i il M a i. .. k. lk.. j..., J1?!?"- .-S...: . S.":. "."riT'" "" ,U""",K u. Winn, imuuu. , a.fru..!??iSS!!ii !"". " ' . wh lanb iwiiiiu.. Jack TeaKue and rearl l.ritlln re, . tfiijrp i. tamed from Midland Texaa. last week, where they had aome contract ' York. ' work. J. R. Taylor, of Tuhoka, waa . Knf.nH"-!. ,0k" , In around for oomething rocmI...

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. — 19 November 1915

T I'ROBABLE KILLING AT G A LLP P. Frm the Gallup Independent the following amount of shooting in Copied : Charles A McKitlrirk, rancher and alack grower, who in on of the pio e.r resident of M.-Kinley county, wa.4 shot, and prt.hnt.ly fatHlly wound ed Friday about noon at the Me Kit tm:k ranrh twenty mile south of (inl lup l.y Samuel li Winston. MrKittricli wa hot through the pit of the atom firh ami nix hope of recovery are poor. The -thooting of MrKillrick in the I'ulriuna'.Mo ,,f a quarrel thnt arose Mime timo a J! between the two men Wuixton lotnt'd the MrKittrii-k placel Jmt. spring and went to furminir. Win- I Mm m mtrriMil to it lucre of Mi-Kit-tn k, ami then-fore the haigain lr Iw -ti I tie ti itien was not made us th .rouiítily I ir dinif hl , u,y ,M,.. M -lit' ! k left this purl of tho roun-t- -.ever i! mould Ml-o i.iul went to ili, ,,a., to rende with the 1 Mtmi: nt letiimiiiny there, irinci -pil. lie. i. In wife n not enjoy ' '' ' " I .f heiilth in tins . ñ tr improved r...

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. — 26 November 1915

(Bwctmt 'TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR. CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 26, 1915. NUMBER 1. 9 r :i i I X A MEXICAN TO HANG NO MERCY SHOWN RODRIGUEZ: DEATH PENALTY TO BE VISITED Chave County Jury Deliberate Brief, ly mi Returns Verdict of Guilty f Murder In First Degree. Story of Prisoner Not Given Credence. Roswell, N. M., Nov. St. Juan Rodrigue!, charged with th killing; of Marion Cartwright, a iheepman, wat found guilty of murder in the flnt de Jf ree, the jury returning a verdict at an early hour this morning. In New Mexico this verdict Carrie with It the death penalty. The attorneys com pleted their arguments about mid night and the deliberation of the jury was not long. In, many respects the cane was the most remarkable ever tried in this county. District Attorney K. K. Scott was assisted by L. O. Fullen, formerly county prosecutor, while C. O. Thompson and R. B. Bowers were appointed by the court to defend Rodrigues. Although it was a charity im Rodriguez attorneys made a hard fig...

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. — 26 November 1915

us a juilge on the tienen; not as a poi JUDGE MANN ACCIDENTALLY KILLED IN AUTO WRECK CARLSBAD AUTOMOBILE COMPANY Will You Read This Twice? A very lmportnnt question to-dny which every housekeeper must decide for herself la whether r.he prefers pure, crenm of tnrtnr bnk lriR powder liko Dr.-Prico'n or whether r.he ia willing to use alum tnklnfl powder In food. Ono kind is ofir,U dlntln- pulnhud from the othor, alnco the litwn of vnrioua Stntoa require the inprodlontn to bo printed upon the lnbol. If miyono la in doubt which to uso, it is worth while to risk the family doctor. Then decide. And when once n decision in reached let no Advertisement, or donler's argument, or cnnvaaser'3 solicitation, chango the deci sion. It la not a question of a few cents or of pleasing n snle3-m.-iii. It la a question of health. If this appeals to you as rea sotinble and sensible advice, it is worth reading twice. And it ia worth remembering. II'. IV ICE'S CREAM BAKING POUHER V.n'.'.'j from Cream of To...

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. — 26 November 1915

I W a- .JllOffllDGEElLIS SYNOPSIS. rich Wlllock, highwaymen, eavre na Sicdware and baby girl from bain etardered by Ms fallow outlewe on the wew larn piaina Wtliock lleee to tha mnunlaina and hide, e eaeape tha wrath nt tha ouilawa ha Bad ewtwHiett Ha lautna that come ono haa eiooovered tila hiilins tlara Rett Penthei. Nit Indian chief, brtnee Wlllock llttla white Kirl named Lahonia. ea4 Inatructa hitn tu tiiHa rara of har. Ho amy hrr futher la livina with Indiana Tha alrl i. taken ruaa country bt WIII.k-I, to visit Hill AiKina. un. later .he makes h. r tiret ,it in a real i,,wn Wlllock recuaniiee tier aa the dauahter woman aim hu.l tl,.-. ,imi bllrl. aor b II. bamna to t.i.cli ljuiuina to. rect Knallah A youne man. Witfr.-.l t'nntpton. viaituu Ot 0 runch. acta an arrnli-tiiul allniae nf Lahuma anil tiecinre im.-i ealeit In nrr Tha Klrl p mm nftccn tanre nltl Cninpiiui iili. ronril viaita WnincS and la Anally allnwe.1 tn nit-et anil talk with l-a-soma 'llirt heroine vaH entertained ...

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. — 26 November 1915

t $br(arlBlmh (nrmu Win H Mullin. Kdttnr and M.ns.-f lHCIAI. PAPER EDDY COUNTY. CarbAad. N. M Friday. No. 2. 1913. UHS( KIPTION KATES. One year in ad. urce l--r0 Six month in advance I (HI Three months, in advance .fiO Sample copies, fi cent. TO HUI Ml ROM) ACROSS FOREST. I ahí Wednesday evening R. Sleph etisofi, surveyor for the Forest ser vice and t It r assistants, arrived in Carlsbad In survey the road arman the Allium fim-l from tin- eastern side, near Thayer's In On- Western tioumlary n-a r the point where tin El I'm mi road enters Dog canyon, u iinlaiirp of twelve miles. A pulilir meeting was hi'lil at I tic club rooniH in lio' i'Vi'iiltiif anil wn , attended liy alout thirty good roml advocate. Mr Clarence Hell presi li'lit of the IioiimI of governor of tin' rluli, picsidcd ami talks were made liy Messrs. Mcl.ciiathcn, C. M. Rich arils, Jack lircenloe, the mini currier, Tom Mulillcton, foreman for the rnml board for the Carlsbad (Jucen-K.l Pu-o roml and otln-rs. Mr. Stephens...

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. — 26 November 1915

toy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Cha'..! 1 ( Ti... i :l i i-i Paul Ajes horrse in La Huerta Tue ; d-y. MULLA UK heme! H CAR1SBAD LOCAUTpi Ocsar Middlelon was on. ha streets' Wadaaaday. BIRTHS. Good Wnk for Boy. Sunday, November 14th, at ten a. m., Mr. and Mra. Lowia Meani were mada happy by th arrival of an leven pound baby boy. Mother and non ara doing nicety, but Lewis can W..H. Harrouii of M Halan was at the Thanksgiving ieaat yesterday THAKK8CIYTNG DINNERS. S..,,;?"b!,4!,.,ra,Jjr Tn remember If he ha. ever met here .Tuesday. L. A. Parkinson, of Kaowles, was la town Tuesday. R. R. Gray and wife were in from the ranch Monday. yam. Charles II. and Mrs. McLenathcn Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Lu.k prepared r,r,.,,.d ,nd fri.nd, f ,nH n. one of Uifl beftt dinners it hat ben our , tL f k- k. Ma..ni. . k ...... I by Sam, rom W. M. M. I., Joe T. 'Crick and Mrs. C. II. Wright. lot to be prenent at for days to come. Her guamU were V. II. Lush, his bro ther, Johnnie, Mr. Witt and family. boy, born Monda...

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. — 26 November 1915

This mallas the coat of the treatssoos smsll Iron idus; then pass the wlro ItWiUPay You to Wait AND SEE THE New Scries "EIGHT" FRANKLINS NEW STt'DEBAKER SIXES and FOURS EIGHT CYLINDER KING THK Unrivalvcd DODGE ALSO A Ki l l. STOCK OF SWINIII ART and M 1 01 I.I N TIRES THE OHNEMUS SHOPS KXI'KKT MECHANICS l WILL REACH HALF A MILLION. Slale Land Sales and Rcntsls Tide Vrar Will be Over That 8am. (Sclwar.) Mig lloli Krvien, state land commls- T HANKSGIVING A Cat nolle View. profitably utilised and where this la not possible, to lean and sell in large tracts to the cattle and sheep men of i the state. I "In thin connection, the following 'table showing the number of lease Custom has set auarl one dav in the snd the averaire sise of leases, will sioner hailed me as I was passing Ym Vsr. in tout country, to give general touna or Interest: the other day, and said: "Ynu might i"nks unto God lor his goodness Small Leases No. Acres say, In answer to Frank M. Page's and the blessings He has bes...

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. — 26 November 1915

COUNTY NEWS ITEMS ABSOLUTELY RELIABLE NEWS GATHERED BY THE LIVE WIRES OP THE CUR. KENT. Shot on the V.ln at KNOWLE$. Captain Wulluce and family ol Ilobbi, ware business visitors in Know leu last week. Van Willhoit came in from the went the other day, inspecting the advance ment of hli old home town. Major Hawkins wait in from the ranch sizing up the situation around town last Saturday. Nay Stiles bought fifty one hend of white face cows from I'at Mcllugh at lil last week. George I'rult was in from the ranch , south on a ormul visit a few days ago. Dogy Rutherford who has been a- way for several years, returned, and thinks this country is about the idea, D, H. Coleman went to Lovington on a matter of business last week. J. G. Cruickshank, of Plains, Texas, waa pleasant visitor in Knowles last Saturday attending to business and returned home the same night Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Holloway went to Lamesa, Texas, on a mutter of bus- invsa last week. John Goode, the hustling farmer, from 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. — 26 November 1915

FURS! "1 4 U RSÜ FURS!!! Saturday and Monday Only E HAVE A CONSIGNMENT OF M Its FOR SATURDAY AND MOMIA Y OM.Y AMI THE LINE IS VERY ATTK ACTIVE ONE I N F.rRY WAY. CARLSBAD PEOPLE TRAVELING. The following from tha Pecos (Tex.,) Enterprise refers to on of Carlsbad's live wires: Mr. and Mr. C. M. Richards itopped in Pero over night Tuesday. Mr. Rirharda ii the majority stockholder in the Groves Lumber Company, and han been in El Paso and Van Horn inspecting the yards at thoaa piaren. Mr. and Mm. Richard drove from Carlsbad to El Paso and hack by way of Van Lorn and Peco, stopping ovrr night at each place. They say that the roads all the way hare been reus onnhly good, the weather fine, and the whole trip delightful. They only lout their way once when they drove a few mile nut of their way between Van Horn and Kent. Until recently, Mr. Richards was raxhier of the First Na tional flank of Carlsbad, retiring from that when he assumed active manage ment of the lumber company. GOOD ROADS FOR...

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 December 1915

J ' Mrs Jnliu A Sham átate mana- DAY ESPESE! II. -i- r p" w Ib "TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR. CARLSRM). NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY. DECEMHEK, 3. 1915. Nt'MHER 4. 3Í L.. li EGIRGLERECEPTIONb TIS1T OF SUPREME GUARDIAN ANO STATE SUPREME OFFI I CERS MARKS GREATEST EVENT FOR CARI. SB A I) WOODMEN'S CIRCLE. SPEECH OF WELCOME BY JUIX.K j GRANTHAM ANO RESPONSE NTERESTING PRO GRAM RENDERED luesday n 1 1.' lit ana were not flmcioMeil BY THE SUPREME GUARDIAN until tonight wan due to the remote otatp MiMirrn ami, rrTII. ness of the WeitxmBnn farm house. STATE MANAlitK ANIJ Ulll- Weitimunn. tirn.ni.miii farnw.r ERS. -n.. i.., !. . the I. O. O. F. hall Friday eveninu, , 1 from Start ul nnlsn. ine anil learn ' met the iuesU and marched to muaic, atseArrinir inn mine to mtir ciihitb. It,. I.l... ir. th.ii- rhairs The entire assembly cheered and aundimr. isve supieme honor, and C-rand honors. Rev. E. J. Hurl, .dieted an invocation Muic piano sol.t, liy ?! Vi. '"""'"""B yuntr una with it. Iloth were locked up in tail ...

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