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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 11 February 1916

HUIRE WF.I.I, qUAMFED," RAYS STATE SUPERINTENDENT. "W. A Poor, In my opinion, in ex ceptionally well qualified for the po Ilion he now hold in Eddy county," declare .Stat Superintendent Alvin N. Whit- tolilav, in discussing the an. nount-enienl of Mr. I'oore that he I candidate fur re-elertion a county school superintendent. . "Mr. I'oore I Pealtntly Normal strhool graduate, of Naxhville, Tenn., continued Mr. White, "and he made B(eciai itudy of eduratinnal method ir, the University of California. He la a thorough going edarator and I do rot think he will have any oppoaltion The ideal condittinti, of course, la to nominate men foi school offices re gardlwm of politic and with regard solely to their efficiency. The sooner r take Ki'hooU nut of politics the llter will lie our school and thV more clllt lent will I our force of ed ucator. I think the people reali.e tl.at in many pinte. Certainly it in that in New Jerxev. where the. pen toe '-k t hi- l.cxt education puxxihle for their ch...

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. — 11 February 1916

COUNTY NEWS ITEtoS1 uowiu i iihiiv i lutiiv a ABSOLUTELY RELIABLE NEWS GATHERED BY THE UVE WIRES OF THE CUB KENT. KNOWLES GATHERINGS. Rmiim Jnwatl. nf Midland, tha thor. uKhbred Hereford breeder, waa a visitor In Knowles lent Sunday. Chcrlie Hardin came Ut town from Mi ranrh north of ua, lat week, after ranch eupplie. L. A. Wright, that enthusiastic muía man, from near the line, waa tuuong ua during the paat week. Cap Shropshire was In Xnowles last Sunday, he coming in from his place Bead Midway, ta ottend services. C. E. Mann, a business man from Arteaie, waa in our town last Mon day, ahnking the bushes in a political way. Ha la the popular candidate for county commissioner from Arlenla. J. Heard, of Pecos, Texas, waa am ng ua visiting relativea during the I past week M and Mra. Dork Townsend were , In town during Monday and stated he had to "break in" which he waa not slow in doing. I KnrlnMr C. MrDanicl hooked ud hla 'tialn last Wednesdny and rolled out for Carlsbad, he claimed i...

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. — 11 February 1916

Glfr(arlflliaíi (terral atraéis. Win H. Mullan. Kdllnr sn Mwiavor 'ficiai. paper eddy county. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year in advance $1.50 Bík month in advance 1.00 Three month, In advance . .Ml Sample copies, 6 cent. Mr. O'QuInn hat made good official given by Bernalillo and Sandoval Dr. L. F. Dilefendorf cama in Uat mgm I rom i,mcago wnirt na nai Man with hia family for tha part thraa or four month. He will remain In t o Valley to look after hi (Ina alfalfa farm near Utia. a haa Mr. roore and tna anarin, eounue in ivn win repeat mem Mr. Stewart, and all othera who ara selvea. On tha contrary their ag askin' for reelection and to endeavor gregata majority of about 1.000 may to start a prejudice against them be- ,b transferred to the republican eol rause they have made rood and faith- umn. It will all depend upon tha Carkbad. N. M r'riday, Krh. II. 191 ful official la wrong and tha Current ticket Inamed and tha (kill displayed a i ..i i I for right ugainst wrong- at all in handling...

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. — 11 February 1916

soma tima. SllARISRAninCAIITFMSl3 tt HmHm.MMMinnjMMjMMMMM ' M JaraTP rWwPaTaaTarwsv-w atsw rav- Wl'FVWVVWIiWWPWWW I J. W. Knorr wat in Artesia the Brat of the week. M. H. iUrroun, of Malaga, wat In town Monday. Scot Etter reutrned from Okla. City MotuUy. Monro Lao, from th D ranch U in town today. Groan Ury eama tn from th ranch Saturday. O. M. Hood, of Tucumcart, poat o (Be Inspector, U hr today. Jo Plowman from th Quean eoun g try, waa In town Monday. A. C. Cootey from tha Stat Colleg ( spent Tuday in Carlabad. ' Frank Newkirk, of th ArUaia Newt, waa In Carlsbad Monday. Mrs. Cha. Tucker and th babiet wer up (rom Loving Tuesday. John Enken and aon war in Car Inbad yesterday from tha ranch. Mr. Dillihunt and family war hr yesterday from tha Uiaery ranch. R. Q. Leatharman and George Delh wer her Tuesday from th 8 Kt. Will 8immont waa her Monday loading out hit hack with aatlble. S. 8. Skidmor made trip to Am arillo, Texaa, and returned Wednes day. Dr. Presley, of Roswell, th ear, nd ...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 11 February 1916

the trame delii-inun rake and tlo can irat rrasi and not nava lo Y"""" a, tuwi or un a. mat vimi anouia Parta aeeirhig ke aluna pleaaa eU Leak raawh e I two and on half milea frota g ),( frM ..- . .l- -- KKKH 1W ) je;0j. .cantata. BtáBBeaask aav CARLSBAD LOCA L IMS T. C. Webb returned l In t w east. week from BIRTHDAY PARTT. . Hilly Oneal, of Knowles, came In Monday and remained In town ton- Mary Elirabeth Mullana wa a 'pie of dayi Mnewing acquaintances delighted littl hostess Saturday af-jof old times. It haa been several ternoon an she welcomed a number of year since Hilly showed up n Carla her small friend at her homo for a ' bad, previously, time of play. Many exclamations of " joy wire heard ai nhe arcepted the, Mre. Will Brady, who vlsted with ovely little package that h en- her párenla, Mr. and Mrs. Karey, lout loved oDentnir. An hour win enjoyed week, left with her little daughter (he Mamtion House, Friday night, 1 playing eld fashioned games and then for her home in hi i Fe...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 11 February 1916

1 Fail Aeetwialed Proa. Reporta m4 Handrede ef Special Cor rmMnli la Teiaa, New MasfeavAriaana iM Northern Mevlea and Important Nawa Calra r Iha World. AN OFFER. THAT'S A BARGAIN SWEEPING REDUCTION IN TI1E SCBSC RIPTION PRICE OF THE soinnwEsrs one big newspaper for barcain offer per- lOI) ONLY. EL PASO MORNING TIMES (ENGLISH OR SPANISH EDITION) ONE YEAR. A SPECIAL BARGAIN OFFER FROM FEBRUARY 2ND TO FEBRUARY 2STII. A SAVING OF $4.10 ON A YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION TO YOU IF YOU TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS GREAT OFFER. DONT DE LAYSUBSCRIBE NOW. THE GREAT SOUTH WEST'S ONE BIG NEWS PAPER. FIIWT NOW FIRST ALWAYS OFFICERS: E Hendricks, Pre. Morgan Livingston, Vice-Pres. J. N. Livingston, Cashier J. A. May, Ass't.-CaHhler NATIONAL BANK of CARLS AD Urmcd States Depository ( Postal Savings ) DIRECTORS: E. Hcndricka, Morgan Livingston, J. A. Lusk J. N. Livingston, Carl B. Livingston CARLSBAD BOYS WIN RIFLE SHOOT AT ROS WELL t Make a Total of 1013 Pointa at the j Cloae of the Contest on the Ber- rendo Tra...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 11 February 1916

iPi . ! t nit im tm Kl 4. 4 1 !'! :H tI m i :::: IB WW Í 8 t ! n IR o) fp flr :? WEDNESDAY, MARCH-1, 1916 IP lb Ü MB lilü NH UK Sc ai i i i V J) SA . 86 Head of Domestic Live Stock 18 head of horses, mares and colts; 48 head of cattle Sale Starts Promptly at 10 o'clock, Wednesday, March 1, 1916 At the Dairy Barn of H. D. Hubbard, half mile west of Carlsbad, N. M. FREE LUNCH AT NOON HORSES 1 Registered Perdieron Stallion Weight 1,800 lbs. This is the well known Ktnllicn, inson, brought to Carlsbiid bv Mr. Mllinmn at a cost of $.i,(HM and will be sold to the highest bidder, without leserve 1 Stallion, four years old, and weighs 1,300. 1 extra fine team of mares, weight about 1,500 lbs., each, aged 7 yrs. Both safe in foal by Jason. 4 Colts, 3 last fall weanlings and 1 this spring colt; 2 are mares and 2 horses. 1 Gelding, weight l,300pounds. 2 Geldings, weight 1,050, each. I Gelding, weight 1,100 pounds. 2 Geldings, weight 950 pounds, each. I Sorrel Mare, 5 years old, weight 1,000 pou...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 18 February 1916

CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY M, 111. NUMBER IS. TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR, FOURTH OF CARLSBAD PEOPLE ARE ENTHUSIASTICALLY! TOE T BIG HCNIC AND BARBECUE. THE i TOWN BOARD OF TRUSTERS PASS RESOLUTION TO GIVE ALL NECESSARY CONCES SIONS AND DO ALL POSSIBLE TO HELP BOOST THE CELE BRATION. I'uring the past week considerable planning has developed toward pull- Ing off a big celebration for Carlsbad . the coming Fourth of July. The mov- i Lamb, who has had much experience nir nuirii. wi His . i- . In the line or eonoucung suen em-r- prises, nnnnasr wi wn m of trustees met and passed the follow Ing resolution: Be It Resolved by the Board of Trustees of the Town of Carlsbad: That there be held at Carlsbad on the dates of July Brd. 4th, and 5th, 1916, a celebration for the enjoyment f the people of Carlsbad and viclnl- Be It Further Resolved, that: - Whereas, the business men of the town of Carlsbad have represented to . the Board of Trustees that Mr. E. C. Lamb la a suitable and proper per...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 18 February 1916

ra. EXCURSIONS Panhandle and South western Cattlemens Convention Al III JI KK(JCK, NEW MEXICO Tickets on sale March 4th to 7th. MAHCH 7TII TO 1UTII, 191ft Kin) return limit March 13th. Fare for Round Trip $24.20 PanHandleGonvention of Livestock Buyers and Sellers Wl M WktMg It I embarrassing to all parclaa to closely question indi vidúala at auch a tima, but may ha avod thla for any raaaonT . . .. Soma may say that adheranca to" tha Now Testament teaching on tm subject will ba hard (or aome, 8up poM a young woman who has every qualification for a good wlfa and mo thar should marry a man who soon provea himself such a worthless char acter that aha la compelled to leave him. Would it not bo hard for her to give up forever all prospecta af a happy hume life ? It surely would, but f suppose there la no restrictive, law iriven ior a greai numoer 01 peo ple that doea not work aome hardship on a few. Keaides we ahould consider that by hasty action such a ona may be in some mesHura responsi...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 18 February 1916

Carl Herring Transfer and Dray Line t DESIRE TO ANNOUNCE i ' THAT 1 HAVE STARTED A HDIT ilin TRANSITED WAGON ANO WILL DO ALL HAULING IN MY lINf AT RP AROMARLE Hirn Ann uuAnflnfrn SATISFACTION AS TO PROMPT SERVICE. Carl Herring phone 1M R.M.THORNE UNDKItTAKKK LICENSED EMBALM ER TtlrpaeM It A TALE OF RED ROSES $ GEORGE RANDOLPH CHESTER Caayrtlht. IVU. by USe .Jat Merrill Ce CHAPTER IV M ! I jr'a Only Popularity. TtlL'B aped llir evening, with Molly Hlnibliig tbedlssy bright of popularity In hourly lucreaa In t ItrmenL Hie not only 4id nota'de partner for every dunce, bol a brilliant farmer fur every tete--Irte between numbers, aud the al moat equally happy though not o highly favored. Kern warml liei In a .flggllug. wliWpcrcd moment tit keep .ber back M I In- Willi et .be be tuli 'bed. Her ettp nf bapphira wn full wbea the fmou munlrliin. a near lighted man who wore bin hnlr nhnrt .and Inajiei'tetl her riipturouly through balf Inch thli'k glasaen. comoed a laparkllng little nindu fur ...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 18 February 1916

Wa. H. Malla m. gditaratal Mimcm MILLIONAIRE TRAMP. DIED. 'FIC1AL PAPER EDDY COUNTY. ti ti r-i...t u. -.hoi William E. HurhM. um niTT-alx aurveved th big canal and dams of !. dlod t hia homo in Carlahad Carlahad, N. M., Friday, Feb. 18, lU and who advl SUBSCRIPTION RATES. On year in advanrt $1.50 Six month in advance 1.00 Three month, in advent e . .60 ampie copio, 6 conti. tho Carlsbad projoct for tha Peco Ir rigation nd Improvement Company, eed tha higher una for Wednoiday mominir at 7:110. Mr, Hughes haa boon sufferer from briirht'i disease for a number of yea ra tho railway and on account of hi dl-li haa been an invalid for tha paat agreement with tha capiUliaU on that re momns, requiring constant care, subject (ovente alnca having provon '" brn in Berrien county, (.a., ho waa correct) loft hora in 1891 and October 7th. I860. Wii married to returned laat week in tha ftiiao of MiM Ann" Middlaton 32 years ago in holio, departed Wodneaday of thla 'Texas. To them eight children were...

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. — 18 February 1916

iK wren in wjwii. ..ira. i erry u , ny j.iokb lucimiusuii in isvur ui ma viaiting with her frienda and ntiirh- pluint iff who waa rcpeaernted by J. H CARLSBAD LOCAL ITEjff M. Nonbouser, of Pecos waa bar wNk. J. B. SUUon viaited Roawell Fri day of hut week. Colman Whitfield m In town from tho ranch Friday. E. Tallette, of Eunice, paid Carls bad a visit this weak. Mr. Ron, the mail eanritr, ia around this weak in hia Ford. Mrs. H. H. Clark Is seriously ill at bar homo in La Huerta. B. C. Davie naar Loving, a pant Tues day In tha county seat. Mra. E. E. Crandall hat at laat (Ivan up to tha lagrippe. Frad Lucaa waa a truant of tha Rlghtway hotal Wedneaday. O. L. Reaaa, an attorney from Por talas, waa hare Wedneaday. R. E. Howell and S. E. Allen cama np from Red Bluff Tueaday. Farria Heath, for aeveral reara am ployed as a printer on tha Lakewood rro grass came up fro mhia home in RA. Montaome? y i Mal am, rama in from foewiarl-.. of from hia noma In Duncan, Arlxona, yeaterday and stopp ...

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. — 18 February 1916

1 ra. Ik1 WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1916 ffl M AM UlV Mi v 86 Head of Domestic Live Stock 25 head of horses, mares and colts; 48 head of cattle JACK. IS HANDS HIGH. WEIGHT ABOUT 11 . IIUNDKEDj.S: TEAJtt OLO. WELUBBMKB ANOi GOOD CUNMÍION.. tmS 18 A MNEKA3SA& JACK. MAMMOTH ;PtIUX Sale Starts Promptly at 10 ofclock Wednesday, March 1, 1916 ! At the Dairy Barn of H. D. Hubbard, half mile west of, Carlshad, N.. M. FREE LUNCH AX NOON: HORSES 1 Registered Perdieron Stallion Weight 1,800 IbS. Thi is the well known stallion, Jason, brought to Carlsbad by Mr. Sllllman at a costo! $3,000 and will be sold to the highest bidder, without reserve 1 Stallion, four years old, and weighs 1,300. I 1 extra fine team of mares weight about 1,500 lbs.,, each aged 7 yrs. Both safe In foal MULES I Span of llUrk Mrt Muir I jrr. U, lflC()n old. punt. l. cirr 01 J ' ' 4 Colts, 3 last fall weanlings KTiií:-: -WSftSS and 1 this spring cott; 2 are "Mríí br" um of mnres and 2 horses. CATTLE in r-uuj ivmiit - 1 CW'TA...

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. — 18 February 1916

J2U1ITY ,.1IEVS TTEIjS ABSOLUTELY.. RELIABLE NEW! G ATREVED BT TUB UVE v WIRE ar THE CUE. MJtEMT. I KNOW LEA LOCALS. I .Torn Rosa, aof Seminole, Tsxas, was ki busineM. easier In Knowles one da 7 this .weak. .G. O. Chase. ram to town from . his farm weat of town last Friday, . After necessary, supplies. U E. Beyers, of Sh after Lake, Tex . at, waa a business visitor In this town . a few days Uri mk. Stewart Klllongh carried a load of j merchandise to. Lovington last Satur .. day for tha Usalifleld store. Bad Bowset; jnaneged to coma to 1 ; town last Friday whil tha fln wea ther ia on. Leather Breeches came In to enjoy , himself for a dny or two last week. W. D. Bartlett who has interest In . Lamosa and Lovington passed thru f to tha former awiiit last Thursday. J. C. Lowery .stent to Midland, Vex as. on a resetter of business laat -- Irffhursday. C. L. li tiffin, tt. king or travelers, made a Mated -trip In this section, last - Friday, looking after his bust Hess. Doc C. A. Tavl, man...

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. — 18 February 1916

Salea A (ente. ( I s prin Showing of Ready to 'Wear- IN THIS DEPARTMENT YOU CAN EASILY REE ALL THE EVIDEN CES OF A BLOOMING SPRING TIME Many New Dresses oTTatteta9Gerctte Grcpes, GrepcdcGhinc ANI OTHER SPUING NOVELTY MATERIALS SHOW THE SMART STYLES OF TODAY AT MODERATE PRICES NEW SKIRTS AND COAT SUITS ARE ALSO CLAIMING A SHARE OF THE HONOR OF MIRTH. Millinery ABOUT WEDNESDAY, THE 23RD WE EXPECT TO PL'T ON SALE OCR NEW SPRING HATS MISS HAKE WILL AGAIN HAVE THIS DEPARTMENT. i r N! NEGOTIATIONS ARRESTED L t'NTIL CENTRAL POWER1 i EXPLAIN NE WPOSITION. Slat Department Doelarea Settlement Cannot B Mad Unlit German? I and Auatria Convince United Sialra No Trickery Lurks la Latest PropoaaL Washington, Fab. 16. The subma rine controversy witn Germany can not ba cloaed until the United State , as l ally co.iueied loe possible enact i ni the declared Intention ui me uer manie powers to sink all armed mer .....lit sii.p of their anemie without warning after Fetnuaiy J. mu an- i ... i was ni-i.e...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 25 February 1916

itrraif -TWBNTT.FOURTH TEAR. CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY M, 111. NUMBER It. 1 DING JAIL DEL VERY IN DEMINO IS FOLLOWED BY DESPERATE FIGHT IN WHICH SHERIFF IS KILLED. FIVE OUTLAWS MAKE ESCAPE; ONE IS DEAD. ONE CAPTUR- ED AND OTHERS GET TO HILLS. I Deming. N. M.. Feb. 20. Fiv prli- oner this morning mad their escape but on of th men when I Hepped from th city jail after making City ' rom behind th hilltop. 11 was just Marshal Talor a prisoner, taking a popping a rise. I fired twice at him number of guns and ammunition fromiBmj he fell. the arsenal and securing a Ford auto- .w found afterward that h hud mobile fmm a local garage. They been shot in th loir. On of th ban- fled In th direction of Rincón and were soon followed by a posse headed by Sheriff U U. Stephens. The prisoner who escaped wer Francisco Aeosta, th ringleader, who Is charged with murder; J. O. Starr, and C. Schmidt, alleged burglars; W. I)ashley. alleged forger and Jo Cran aon. vagrant. Early this morning Ci...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 25 February 1916

lary Instituto, 70, FIWlllV717l7llIIVyiVIVlViJ cria A SHORT TO Wr HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF LUMBER AFTER ABSENCE OF TEN YEARS OID SCHOOL TEACHER VISITS FAMILIAR HILLS AND FINDS MANY Wa Will Cheerfully furnish Toa Estimate m Toar WaiiU. YOUR PATRONAGE WILL BE APPRECIATED 3 VISIT DOG CANYON EXCURSIONS Panhandle and South western Cattlemens Convention a raa) d Al.Ht (Jl FKH'F-, NF.W MEXICO Ticket on sala March 4th to 7th. MAKCH 7TII TO loTII, 1I6 Final return limit March 13th. Fare for Round Trip $24.20 PanHandleGonvention of Livestock Buyers and Sellers AMARILLO. TKXAS Tickets on sale February 2H and W. MAKCH 1ST AND 2ND, Final rotura limit March 4th Fare for Round Trip $14.15 roll rTKTHKR INFORMATION CALL KtNTA FK. TICKET OFFICK. Phono No. T.C. Johnson, Agent An old time school teacher of the (iuadiilupe mountains ventured hurk ; a fl it an absence of ten years anil I' npd over the bring, and behold! one muse after another (rreeta the eye, 'until twenty and possibly mora could jlic co...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 25 February 1916

big anu More gnod ilotllin. lili U.1111. were luaiec an. IijU ouibo.i. ..n ,t tl. wbb xUemely bioau. m...o. nalla, bat tby abowed no aigua 01 it teut loa Ho bad a wide uioulli n Carl Herring Transfer and Dray Line I DFSIRF TO ANNOUNCE THAT I HAVE STARTED A DRAT AND TRANSFER WAGON AND WILL DO ALL HAULING IN MY LINE AT REASONABLE RATES AND GUARANTEE SATISFACTION AS TO PROMPT SERVICE. Carl Herring 'Phono 1S R.M.THORNE rXDKUTAKKH LIC ENriEl) EM BALM ER Telephone 7 v i CATTY' S U I I a. . . b 1 0. I Cjl I INI 1 XI INI Ve Ve I ', 1 BEST OP COLD DRINU BSrbCrSnOp . lllinrnC 'árbcrShop illiards COURTEOUS TREATMENT Ta A LI Everythiag Nea and La-i 4ala. TO MEN WHO WEAR CLOTHES. I have Influanead my Chic go tall ora to hold back a few of thoao 113.60 and 117.00 auita for ma, and can uva you 16.00 to $7.00 on a itrictly mada- to-meaauro auit Wa can ranovato your old hat to a nuoin'a taata. HAT AND CLOTHES HOSPITAL. Do your (wearing al the Currant Office NOTARY A I WAY IN MON L M EM -h NOWLES 1 T...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 25 February 1916

1 jr (arlabaftnmiu ttm. H. Mullan. Ml tor and Mimoi 'Tumi, PAPER EDDY COUNTY rtahad. N. M- Friday, F.h, M, Itl. 8UBSCRIITION RATES. One yeur tn advance I.M) Mix months In udvanee l"' Three months, In advsnre . .50 -tsmpl copie, t cent. (EORKE V ASHINtiTON. Tha ñamen of Washington and Lin .ln ara linked a the two pre-emi-i.clly grest Americana. Tha one d tha csuse of the colonies in the revolution which rrsulled in the es tkblishment of the first real repuhli fun government Ilia world ever had xren a government after tha form if which every other republic ha patterned more or lena successfully. Lincoln, ly successfully waging four .vara of bloody war, established -he union of stale, under th. federal ' constitution. After laving down nis sworn ai Yorklown. Washington conducted tha affair of Hie nation during the grave - , !.u 1. . ... - 11 II I T 1 1 II 1 1 1 V . HU II lb MP m -. ,,uint of cnmparmive fely, and then . 1. 1 . '-i,,.,, i.rm" nH retired . . i f., u I . soldier, 1 . , i. ...

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. — 25 February 1916

. I M a - Mr . r , . . a I J Mirf Ln Pond ia qulU 111 with 'tonsilitis. Judge Alley, of Pecos, cam up Mon day n (business. B. A. Nyroeyer left yaaUrday to survey tna roa a to tunic.. Joe Wertharm, of Artesia, hat bean Carlabad gueet linca Tuesday. B. A. Carder left for San Antonio, Saturday morning to attend court. O. C. Naff relieved V. 8. Unruh on the Pecoe run at fireman thin week. Mra. Chat. Tucker and children, of Loving, apent Wednesday In Carlabad. Mita Haiel Hemming of living wat a guest of Mint Elsie Wallit Mori day. W. H. Uldlow and John Wallit, of Loving, made a butlnest trip to Car labad. Mra. H. E. Jamet I convalescent after a week or mora of tntenne Buf fering. Thot. Panlon, the bootmaker, of Hopa, la apending few dayt m Carlabad. Mra. I. 8. Osborne antertalna at her' home :thle afUrnoon with a bridge liinrhMIl. The little daughter of Mr. and Mm. t . ! a avara pana of bronchial Uwvw timm - - - - pneumonia. nk'1tlph waa ahakis? hand" and hurrying around Monday in a busi...

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