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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 17 March 1916

V . . . .J - V - r I I I . w a a "l"r, ..ri.isiojan, n. a. a 1 1 THE OHNEMUS SHOP FRANKLINS 8TUDEBAKERS DODGE and EIGHT CYLINDER KINGS y i I .y ,W ; 'í, ' . 7 ' 1 . "CAN FIX SI" rem ws;; ps y ws HMraMHra--UI-lia-S-Slrara-ra-Si TTIr' PECOS WAV OF HOOSTINC. liunHling Trio Thnl Should He Re pealed -Turkey May Well Advcr lined. ' -.Pecos. (Tenas), Times On Thursday morning ul tune n. ni., tin- following gentlemen, in u brand bow Studeluikcr automobile, .left Peco j i for New Mexico: lt-v. . I. Key, llHjil.f t miniver; T Y. Casey, mana- j m-r of the I'ecns Mercantile Company. . ml nresnli'lil of Hie IVi o alley C rr.Mieiin.1 ti I ; A. Si k. inannt'i-r , .if th" i-i.i.iTv ilepiililm iit. Pecos Mer . eilii" ' mu I :ii'; nuil S. K. F.liei tmll,' N.-. icl.ii ol ;'ie I'e ii- alley ('uiil ni"r.'iiil i I'll-. I'ln ' i l -ti'l' minie at Hi aw- ,y Dji' ' liill.-li. dele We Well' frel , il !,y II" I.I" lie.nleil lanelillllin. w'nl ii ,i .1 .: 'luí we :! muí lal.e ilm- mi, .. i' .i. Iiml I'ini-li W...

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 March 1916

and know a cow bruta wnen uiey see g:ü:ity ..cms items DRIFTING STRAWS FROM KNOWES. Contractor Rapp of tha RoswsH Marble works, wai a business callar I Knowni Utt weak. Jack Kant, tha young scout from Hobbn; wai a social callar in wwn last Friday. . - , . , . T. C Heard from Seminóla, Tatas, warn In this vicinity searching tha "brash" for a stray dollar to ba made last week. M. C. Smeat from near tha High Lonesoma district, was a visitor in town last week. William Holloway cama In from tha claim on a maltar of business lan they would Wan hand tha vary next Saturday evening, time when any thing of tha kind wai Miu Bertie Black from near tha pulled off, also agreeing not to throw Texas Una, wis a pleasant visitor In off any. i Knawles taut Friday. G. R. Brumtey one of the moat pros- , Mr. Williams of tha Culp ranch, parous Gaines county, Texas, stock, hear. Monument, was a business call- men, cama ovar to Knowles In hit rr In town last Saturday ava, . Turner Boswell tha amiable Mayor ...

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 March 1916

Ofrr (Üarlfibaft (Eurrrnt . U. MtlIaM, Uto sa Num FICIALPAPER EDDY COUNTY. SUBSCRIPTION KATES. One year in advance $I.f"0 , ; Six months in advance 1.00 T Three month, In advance... .60 Sample copita, 6 canta. REPUBLICANS TO . PUT OUT TICKCT. It In tha intention nf Eddy county Kupuhlirana to put out a full county tkkat to be voted on in the Novem irr elections, .ay (', M. Richards, chairman of tha Keputiliran County committee. Mr. Kichard returned ram Aliniiiii-riua Sunday whara ho attended the Cattleman's convention, and also wan In conference with iomi f the lii'pulilimn state leaders. Ha aaya that all differences in tha party eem In lie adjusted and the boya are all pullitiK for the (rood of the party, and the proxpeets are very bright for carrying the ntate for the national and state republican ticket. However, with iuch material a la now in control the Hursum-Hubbell gang, it would seem that Mr. Ricn ard waa Just whistling to keep up hi spirits, for, an Mr. Gravee aaya, the ind...

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 March 1916

CARLSBAD LOCAL l 8. N. Lm U leaving for Kansas City tonight t Paul Gray wai on the streets yes terday. Ed. Cochran relieved breakman Teel on tha local run. Wesley Devla waa down from tha mountains Monday. Rub Knowles, now of Artesia, was on tha atroata Monday. Little Mary Lola Camel ii quite ill thla week with tonsilitis. Mr. Morrii, who bouRht the Ben aon place, arrived Sunday. Mr. Atbury Moor ia atlll quite fee ble, but ia holding hii own. Eliaa Ivey la relieving breakman Meritt, Uklng the place Monday. Mfas Haden White wai a gueit at the Fenton ranch over 8unday. Engineer Stalker waa relieved on his run thla week by Engineer Tracy. eBaaaaaaaBBMB Miaa Mildred Rlchey haa a position with tha Peoples Dry Goods Company. R. L. Paria, of Artesia, visited this part of tha Valley one day inie weea. Hm. K. B. Thomas, of Malaga, is planning a turkey dinner for Sun day; Mra. J. 3. 8. Smith of Rocky, waa In town Saturday, visiting and shop- . ir- Mrs. Henry Jones waa a passenger t nvtan Wedne...

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 March 1916

.' i l)!ICLE ASH'S LETTERS. , .BBBxssBe Edited by Florence E. D. Massy.) Note:! ' iHirlng the early part of 100, aaveraj letter wer published tier, written by on of th pioncara, "Unela Ash Upaon", bark to hit Naw England home. At the request .of Mini oí hla old friend realizing the literary and Motoric worth of th writing, we have arranged for th rubliration of a few more extract! rom the delightful home letter of thia widely known, universally loved, genial,; erratic, old-lime wanderer. In the preceding letters, Uncle Axh tell ffrst of the lieginningx of thing when two adobe buildings constituted a town; when he "set out trees" remem lie ring New Kngland ;when peo ple ami condition could never he found less than interesting. He speaks of mountain rave and waxen cnlhu iiiHtic over a Mexican heroine, he aiegrd in one of Diem by Apaches, lie tell of HtratiL'c ruin, anil add: "Should thin portion of Uncle Sam's domain evt lie ixttliil up, orne as tonishing discoveries will I made an to...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 17 March 1916

HAVE BETPKHKP FHOM -r.r :c13K-JCÍTS?Licd. T1UF. rFneoa, (Te.), Hunt "' .'. v 'iMr. and Mn, Chria B1U Mumed Utter part of last week from their -ftiendcd . ; trip to South Texas, Ma the Ford rant.' They 11 ret went I Uvalde by way of Comatoek and feh 1 lit. ' 1 1L 1L J firwcasTiviii, una vnwn no ibwh na M of tha Southern Pacific railroad, kklng la Uvalde, mlsiing Sabinal on Wonnt of a contagious . epedemlo. I'Hennie, Honda and othar foínta. al i several tvwng an tne railway lina, key missed Sad Ahtmloae thara ara too many eases of amallnox at Oiat placa to suit them. m On thalr rotara they ama tí Man rdvtlla, Sonora, Sheffield and Fort (Stockton, and mada tha trip from Ma laardville to Paco In two days, i Thay 'report having ' had ona of tha boat HimM of thalr Uvea on tha trip and ffaal ranch lmprovad by It. Thay aaw toeta of old-tima friend along tha trip and found it vary hard to gat 'way from them. KNOWS IT ALREADY. A fortuna-taller waa trying to persuade; a farmer to have hla fort...

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 March 1916

Your othes For Spring ñre Ready I LI t - if n r M Wllirl VSJfi. r Man "THEY'RE really yours; made for you, bought for you, priced for, you; one of the chief things this store is to render just this service to you. Hart Schaffner & Marx made the clothes; designed the styles; put the sound, reliable, all wool fabrics and other materials into them; put the fine, careful, hand needlework into them. ALL WE HAD TO DO WAS TO PICK OCT THE RIGHT THINGS; WE DID. THEY'RE HERE; $18 AND ITW'AKD. THE NUCES ARE LOW FOR SITU CLOTHES. T. e. HORNE I II K HOME Ml II Mil S IIMFNEK K M lt ( I I t i ll I S. Gürísbaü's Best Store" CHURCH NEWS METHODIST ( III IK II. The S. inii ' 1 1 ii fur tin' week will ! lirlil Siiltmliiy evening nl l)n Knn ropal Kclory. Regí t i I urn for the yi'lll ÍK Itl'Ollt ! Ill I l t C. ScM'llll tirw rncmlicn have lfii received of Inti. Making up on lli way In los-c by I. ipse muí icmovul ami theic i mom lor ITl'ilr. 'nil1 St'nltl lll'o litvui.s n( I wolvc I'ltl SIIVH 1(1 VN ...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 24 March 1916

.JW 7 tsrmtt ; : TWINTT FOURTH TSAR.' CARLSBAD, NBW MEXICO. FRIDAT, MARCH it, 1911. NUMBER ML. i GRANDR I ROSVELL WINS BY NARROW MARGIN IN THE . SECOND CONTEST THE FIRST BE- 1116 WON BY CARLSBAD. Last Sunday at Company "B" rifle range, Roawell eama naar tlelng tha ltfeT; but tha odds ara itill with Car bad's flr-t Warn, which bat tha Roawall taam' few waekt ago at Roswell bjr aoma fortyodd pointa, whila tha Roswell Institute team beat tha Carlsbad team hera last Sunday by tha amall : margin of fourteen pointa, whie is only a small fraction mora than ona per cent. It waa a clone match, and a clean match, tha Roswell men expressing their hearty thanka to tha officer hera for the courteous treatment re ceived. Tha firing be iran at 7:45, and wat ended by 2:15 in the afternoon. Lunch consisting; of sandwiches, hard boiled KRs, pickles and cakes, with an abun . dance of hot coffee with real cream and sugar, waa aerved freely to some fifty to aeventy-five people who were present at noon. ...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 24 March 1916

' i ., UIICLE ASJTS LETTERS. CEstiled by Florence K. D. Matty.) Tuerto, March 13, 1870. Now, dear Simoon, prepara yourself for an effusion from your much-flat-tawsd, shamefully berated, unworthy Moved. My hand ara stiff, my fa vorite pan In Santa Fe, it ii cold and disagreeable and I never could write decent hand anyhow. It ia Kunday aat 1 am alone. One of my partner ka iron to the San Juan country on properting tour ami the other to Hi plata not to church, hut, a I 4o firmly believe, to (ret drunk a aaual on Sundays. The wind i cut tint; up curious didoes outside howl ing moflir the huire pine, which shriek arid irniHii like mime mighty monster in nyiiny. The mountain top re capped with snow, and the saucy, prying mini) hurls it down upon u in ahowet I stopped here umi went out at tin- cull of my lug dog, anil killed Cfiyotit, n Hliiuil impedes of wolf. They are very cowardly, union very hun gry, when a large drove of them may ret bold. Theie were H or 10 of these. The dog sometime...

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. — 24 March 1916

u A S ) .'f t w ., t A TALE OF RED RO SES GEO RGB RANDOLPH CHESTER i CyHht. 1114. a? ha kofcaa- Merrill Ce. SYNOPSIS typical puluialan, batwnaa k with Molly Mark, Oauahiar af ear company praaKlant ll Modi " O) Molly Invitatloa Miad atonda V.. pmrtf. Bator lha erowd iIIihwwi Molly thank medita for tila klmlnaaa, and tlwi, ka propoaaa mnrrlua. liar refuaal la traalad aa only temporary by Blrdiia. Molly attandi Ilia ovimoi-e ball, and kar attraellvai.aaa mulla In har eliinlilni th dlay hrlglua of tnupularlty. Th no labia raapaot acootdad biaüga, huwaver. awrplaaaa liar lariaa movaa tor in ear eombany'e ra- tniajiiaailon. Ha aske Murlay (or Molly'a and. but la rafuard. Having llnanclall, ruinad llort Olltlar, Blatlaa Ibraalana ta do iba aaina to Mrly aaarlay'a loo na a ra 'ordarad rallad by ladea. Paailar, who reoalvae a aalury fot keeping quid ol.oul th publlo (unit ecnii tfal, evnfisiaea tturlna; Hleuga a quaxlunln tut la roughly l.amli.u. Mnlly becomae nnitry ai nar lámar ou Vloua fu...

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. — 24 March 1916

K!T!' if. SW!,MW'kp ' gsune va. j ell ror nomo. -rásese) i ssj rumrmmi mt n Dfrt (Earlsbab (Eurrrni W. M. M.llew. Mlur m4 M.Maw nmClAL PAPER EDDY COUNTY. Carts bed, n7m", FridayTMar. , BLBHCKIPTION KATES. One year in advance . ....$1.50 Six months in advance 1.00 ' Three month, In advance ... .60 templa copia, G canta. Titer la probably no other expendí far the people of Carlsbad could make that would hrinar the artoal cash returns that a general rlean-up of vary vacant lot, hark yard and ally would make. The expenditure would be amall hut the return would he great. A pllesftly clean' town ia remarked on more and the fame of euch a town travel farther and fas ter than any other feature that ran be secured for the name investment of labor and cash. Now that warm weather ix corning on it would pay to make a runrerU-d effort in thin direc tion. .Some of the raen that aro ron THE ARTESIAN BELT CHANCEA HANDS. With it iaau f Saturday, March 1 1th, the Artesian licit, published at 8an Simo...

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. — 24 March 1916

CARLSBAD LOCAL ITEÍ"M B. A. Nrmeyer was a passenger to Queen Monday. Mr. Arthur Forehand and Miss Ora Bsech war here Monday. J. T. Evans, superintendent, from Clovia, was here the flrat of the week. Miss Nettle Nymeyor, of Loving, was a pleasant caller in Carlsbad Sat urday. W. A. Nesbitt, of Roswell, was the week-end guest at the J. F, Flowers' home. Judge T. E. Ferree, of Artesia. was looking after business in Carlsbad Monday. Mrs. R. R. Webb, of Rocky, spent the week-end in Carlsbad visiting and shopping. Mr. Hallaas, from North Dakota, arrivsd this week to enjoy the sun shlna and three meals a day. Mrs. ntchford made a trip to Lov ington Wednesday Just to enjoy the ride and change of events. Mrs. Ollie Thayer went as far as her ranch Tuesday on the mail car Sha expects to return today. Mr. and Mrs. Rom Holt and little son, Billy, returned to the ranch Mon day after a few days stay in town. A card from Woody Tollius at Bee villa, states it waa hla mother that waa ill, and that sh...

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. — 24 March 1916

ir THE OHNEMUS SHOPS r FRANKLINS HTt'DERAKEKS DODOE and KK.IIT ( YLINDEK KINf'S . , . '. ? . i - .. n a t'HH E ( tliAint' u- leielcil tin "i. r.nyiticer Imiil, I lie "Mil li..i'ii", ami five- M' mii''li . i K liUt'H y of In' I in Is l" I 'lial it i r-jM'i'ijilly Mil . ,i icoul nuil will pay In H i ! H'I 1 .'! of I In diutij!-. ..! I.' I. .. I ( II. llll- I. ll .. II. - .: Ml til III i-i -1 -. li 17 I'.'l'.. ' ;illili M.i M i' i Mi n i ,1. i MuiliiM'. I N il li . i ll J.1 'U tiintitli -i till' I'lvo l".tl"'llll' I.I I. Ml. .Ml .- I I.f . ami tin .1 iiti.i-n llii- '.J i I i'y ;il lm...il. ii "I - Mi h. M M. i ll ii in:HK In. mi', i' iii.il" limine my l, II. ii 1 1 r :t ...lii. I' ami hi f .'i'l'' "'!' " i ,1 i 'n many iiii-ii' uml ti" i in ,i.l. w .th o mi thing I II A 1 1 1 I. ii, i- to I .... V llll 141' SIH-l- i ,rl.J.,l till' N ..It h hulk I'l K.-.l liv'i tins nmriiini nuil urn in h beau- t.flll little glllVe tl.V till' Hllltf f II il"i ,1 renin f running vviitcr. Tin' leave 'e t....

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. — 24 March 1916

COUJjfí IIEVS ITEMS : KVOWLES LEAFLETS. ! J. Tom Wblta, of Midland. Texas, was a business visitor in Knowlea Uie other day. T. H. Hartman, of Andrews, Texaa, was among the cowmen, with eye for trad a laat woak. J. IL King and J. 8. Durham of Flaini, Texas, were here to ba heard laa; ; ; L, C. Wordea, who ranchea north West of us, waa visiting in Knowlea laat weak. Raacoe Sharp and Thirty -eight Shepard, of Lovington, we ra In town laat week. . The Douthltt brothara, who ranch on tha raprock wara here, in full force, celebrating lent week. J. Ü. Walker and John Hewitt, of Carlabad, were here anions the bunch looking around laat week. Doc. Coburn from near Tatum, waa aocial viiitor in town for ser aral days laat week. W. G. Woerner went to Lameiia, Texas, on a matter of business the latter part of the week. Walter Pendleton of Carlsbad, waa out with a carload of celebration for the St. Patrick'! Ball. P. S. Loveiady, of Seminolefl Texaa, cama over to see how Ita done on our aide of th...

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. — 24 March 1916

"7""""' y -"-.-.- f J If nil ..if 1, T. THE HOME -(Wft. f CHURCH NEWS 1 PKKSHVTKifl AN CHURCH. Regular Meetings: The PVflHliyteriati church sabbath fchtvil (it Id . m. Mortfhig worship it 11 a. m. Kvcning worship at 7:.'I0 p. m. r.inleavor mecl.ng at ft :4I p. m. I'tayer mevting, Wednesday, at ... . , , 1h,.,c wdl l. worship morning and vvkiii.ii nay I the Presbyter-1 L"" Pie morning wrmon will .,,1 will. .Uc... and r.sau and the evcuinn t.ila will continuo trip course idi i-buidi fundamentals, taking "The K'il L.r it-..u-.m". iuiiisi mi ik ii. .luniiiy .-vhooi :i a. m. I'rwi hlnii service, It to ! V P. U. rt::ni p m. Viai-lung aervi.-e 7:Mt) p. Ui r piaclne 7: 't( p. in I'isyer nicetm 7:::U p, netida 12 a. m. Tuesday, m., Wed- i t . I...,,!.. Sunday. At '.h- Melhodi Maffi i'iili 'iundiiy Kchool 0 a. m. The ilaat of chiblton will be re- mv-'t iiiUi th I'hurch in (hia aervice. II a in., M'lnmii; "Arrcoli'd I"' 4oiiu.'ot," and reception of adult inUt the lioi'-h. 7 10 p m . "After a 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. — 31 March 1916

OR CARRANZA i ...... , . 4. e VtttWÚ I Ti , TWENTY-FOURTH TEAR. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, MARCH It. 111. NUMBER ML r 1 THE OLD BEGGAR 10 CHARGE TARIFF ON FOOD FOR U. 8. SOLDIERS SENT TO CATCH VILLA. CARRANZA EXPECTED TO COLLECT DUTY ON THE AMERICAN SUPPLIES. .Th Carransa government will real it more than $5,000 a day from th importation of supplies for th expe ditionary force In Mexico, in tha event that all of tha auppliea ihould ba aent by rail consigned to dealara in tha Caaaa Grandee district. Theaa figure ara baaad on tha fact that more than 100,000 pounds of forage and feed ara required daily, and tha duty will average approximately 5 cent a pound. Although no notification regarding tha agreement haa been received by cultora official in El Paao or Juarei and ao supplies offered for shipment by tha Unltod BUtoa armjf. It ia like ly tha formar rata on Import commod ities will apply. Wholesalers here who ara prepared ta (ill orden from mer chant at Colonia Dublan, Casas tiran...

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. — 31 March 1916

i the onus shops , FRANKLINS 8TUW.nAKF.RS DODGE and EIGHT CYLINDER KINGS I 2' "CAN I TWOKM ONTKOK. Cutworms arc the liiikcil, greenish or ilu-ky larvae of u uuiiitier nf spe- ries nf iliioky wini'id ninths that My al n i ir ti I fur I most purl. In the spring of Id 1 1 there wn a gient mini- ; tier nf Din r-pcciex (if ninth nf thin group prcMilciit very generally over 1 New Mi'vi ii. Tin- usual life history I an follow i: The Mftfs laid by the mol In in late Nuninicr liuli'h into small i-ulirii Mhtm. or "cut woi ms", which lip conceali'il Just l.c H'.iiM I tit- surface of thu ground neur tender puils n plants. 1 hey feed mostly lit nitfht. Later cold weather nuil lack nf food iit'ci'sxitnten hibernal inn in I lie nod or iindiT rub bish, weci! pile-, etc. In tin- spring, feuding is rc-mmcd airain. Tim dam age ih nime nnticculilc lit that timp far the cutworm ate fair si.ed, hun- (cry. and vit-'ctntimi m m aree. Aflcr i piled: "The two breweries in thin a time the ratci pillars ranch ...

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. — 31 March 1916

?A HEARING FROM KNOWLES. :. Tom Rom Is reported very lick at kit' horn in Seminóle, Texas. . W. Oscar Denton, the hustling cow man from Gaines county, Texas, wat a visitor here thia week. A. J. Heard waa In town from hit ranch northeaat of us, on matter of business last week. " 11111 Birdwell tha (seminóla commls Ion man, waa doing business among tha bunch and looking for new bus iness laat week. - J. D. Shaw cama In from hia farm, lent Saturday, looking for something worth while. Lawrence Crockett from tha Pearl country waa caller In Knowlet ear . ly laat Tuesdsy morning. L. T. Weill returned from Roa well laat. week bringing in a fine load of applea which were worth the i while. i . W. L. Tomlinion, Sr., waa a business Visitor in town the other day. E. Ferguson from north of town waa here counting out the long green the Other day. Cllve George, of Lubbock, Texan, wai here taut week, having a look MX cowa for aale in thia section. Jack Turner, of the Seminole coun try, waa here, wa...

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. — 31 March 1916

gir COarlabab (fiurrrni Wa. H. Manta Mito end OrriOAL PAPER EDDT COUNTY. tVlBsad,N.M Friday," Mar. l, Itít SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year In advance 1.M Si ntuntha in advance 1.00 ,Tbree months, in advance 60, ' Hempl copia, 6 cania. Friend of people here who reside in different partu of the Kant deem to bo much concerned about the saf ety of relative in New Mexico and aeveral lettari have leen received making inquine concerning the at titude of the Mexican government which many teem to bppne extends all over New Mexico. Thin shows to fine point how unwise it wan that the name of thii state wa not chang ed when we emerged from the terri torial form nf irovernment. Hundred and thnuHaml nf ignorant people and aome with much education really he lleve that we of Eddv rountv ara eith- r In Mexico or to near that w may , be In Hanger while liie fart are the neoole of this county are km fur from 1 the Mexican than thote of DUO mile I of Texa border. We are 200 mil from the Mexican hne by the...

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. — 31 March 1916

Frank Jamet u in from tht ranch Tuesday. ' Mif Mildred Richie wat ill Tute- day and Wadneaday. V. H. Luak, county eommiiaionar, ni bar Wadnaaday. Paul Gray waa In from hia ranch on Black rivar Monday. Benton Stono and wife ara stopping t the Palace thia waak. Chai. Shepard of Roiwall, tha Ford man, waa here Monday. M. B. Bweton waa down from Ar f t"la tha firtt of tha week. Mitt Rob Breading waa a week-and goett at tha Ferguson home. Mra. W. L. Rom, of Pero, Texan, jt apending thia waak in CarUbad. A. M. Hova and aon, William, were paseen gers to Amarillo Friday night R. D. Bruce, of Malaga, cama up Monday and apant two or three day. , Barber, tha guy that put tha atew in Studebaker, waa In CarUbad, Mon day. Jim Bradford came In from hli rmnch aonth of White Breaka Mon day. . W. A. Moore purchaaed Ave pm- rord thia week and can go anywhere now. . J. E. Wallace, of La Huerta, la ealsomintng and painting hla resi dence on the inside. W. E. Baaa and wife, of Loving, and Mini Hatel Flam...

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