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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 31 March 1916

naiGirr prospects for UAME REFUGE BILL. i. ' Officers of the New Mexlro Gam rruUtctivt Association have Jurt re ceived word from Ir. W. T. Horn.. day of New Yorflu that on March V, cn eenale commits on fore..ts an I k '"iwrwo en me Chamberlain flayden Umt Refur Bill with reeum. ifiMidat.ior i for ita passage. (am protectionist throughout th aJiU have been working very hard to jt this lull out' of cummitUa and oxiireni themselves gratly pl.SM-H with th favorable pro.-peets of the lull In the senate. Thry look forward . a ainular action in Hie houn at r early date anj point out that Mr. Nils W. Uuford of Hilvcr City, pres. Ident of the slate aimoriation, han just fcent a special appear to congrcsman llotiander. to tin everything in his power to get tie llimc itefuire Kill pawid in the Home. The rvoi-iit ronvi-nllon of (ame .: ... . I i-v.ivn AivH-iHiHMM ai muiUL'Mue I Hiowiy. a paused ,1'ong renolution endorsing ; Mim (race fieer, nijrht central at Uin ram.- refuge plan. It wa the ' 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. — 31 March 1916

it OF REÍ) ROSES ' GEORGE ' RANDOLPH CHtsXER CeyrlHt. 1914. ky the Robba- Marrill Co. 5YNOI51! typhul buluicun. estonias Hv hlMUd With Molly Marli.y, dljhLr of Mess ear company praaulanl. II wi4 bar red ism ' Oa Molly's Invitation HIimIic enanos a party. Before Hi croad iiipcras Molly tfeanka Bladae fur hit klndnas mid than ha propuaaa marring. Her rrfuaal la tnatad aa only toniuurary ky SW-uiia. afolly attanda Ilia aovarnur'a ball, and bar ettreetlvtnase raaulla In har rlunbln the Olssy helshta of tiupularlty. Th nó tenla reaped acooidid HloOga, nuwavsr. aiVlaaaa bar. lads movaa tur lha car company' re reanlsatlon. II aaka Marlty (or Molly's hand, bul la refusad. Having llnanclally minad Hart Ollilar, HiaOua Ibraalani to do Iba auM to Mariay. Mnaya lonmi ara ordarod rallad by Bladaa. Faedar. olio rwaivaa a salary for keeping quli I liut lha puollo fund acan ta!, confAste-s durlnf Blaoge a cjuaatlonln and fa roughly liumlled Molly becomes angry at .ar tatnef a ob vious lr nf BImIui'...

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. — 31 March 1916

I Palace Hotel DmmgRoom Opening April 1st. Open Each Day From 5:30a.m. until 1 1 p.m. First-Class Cook Regular Meals and Short Orders Your Patronage SoBdtod and Appreciated AMHKRSUN MAN ATAKIl'M NOTES A. WsUon, nineteen-year-old jfZm man, of Hope, wan lirouKht In M midnight in a rritlral condition, lii. result of falling down a thirty fuot well. He will probalily undergo M oawratien in the next day or no, M he is injured internally. I In waa Lmaglil oaec by hia father, two bro Hiiir and Doctor Puraett. Thn three ytiar old baby boy, Cur tía, ( Ir Jvrnigan, nf Hope, untlrr ' 'went a critical operation for atrangu I ilion of the buwela, and I dninir nice ly at thi writing. The Jernigana arc anion, thi largeat rattle owner im tli.- Ma-i miento mountain. Win. M arlar underwent an operation un hit f'i'it yinterday, 1 tip reault of a inju y (nun a run-away. Siiok tlnriion wu nere Saturday f r nipping and returned to the ranch K"ty ac nmpiinii'il liy hia mother, Mr ti.Tif in tioitliin anil ...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 7 April 1916

Iff tar te tato mxmí TWENTT.rOVKTn TEAR. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY, APRIL 7.1916. NUMBER ÍU i1 r I 4 i W WILD RIDE OF MEXICAN SAVED BANDITS FROM BEING CAUGHT BT UNITED STATES TROOPERS. Daehiag lato Camp at Saa Gerónimo He larerased Sleeping Murderers Gnageaa Wcra Coming and Majori- . if aia iMtr Kacap. Special correspondence El Paso Timet With tha United State Army in tha Fieid in Mexico, April 1 (via aero plane to Columbus, April 4). (Jut of the gray mist that lay over the fields surrounding the tiny town of 8an Ger onimo aerly Tuesday morning, rode a ragged, hatless Mexican. He came, so runs the story, on a little, shaggy, staggering pony, and he was furiously toweling the rickety ribs of his mount with the huge seven pointed wheels that hang to tna boot heels of every Mexican rider. That ha bora . news of importance was apparent in his manner and ges tures and as he clattered into the town and lifted his poor horse back upon his haunches at a sleepy hail: "Haltot Quien vivaT" ...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 7 April 1916

THE OIIUS SHOPS STl'DEBAKERS FIGHT CYLINDER KINGS MK.'RF.LIN TIRES AND TUBES .Mj hi1: CAN FIX IT" '. I -j IJ is t'rtmn A RIG STRIKE FEARED. . : . Nm asmar y of I he Demand f Railway i Trainmen and Anawrr af Mania Fe Railway. Topeku, Kan., Mar. 2th, I It HI. Messrs: ('. W. Kouns, (irneral Manager, A T. S. P. It. It, Topeka. Kan. F. C. Fox, General Manager, A. T. & H. F. K. K., Amarillo, Tax. Ilear 8ira: This ia to advise that employees niployed on the Atchison, Topeka aV anta Fe Railway, have instructed the .eutboriaed committees of the order of Ruilwjiy ' 'ondiH'tors, Brotherhood of Ixicomotive Knginrers, Brotherhood of Locomotivo Firemen and F.nginemen, and IheitMitherhood of Railroad Train men, to present to you the altui'heil proposition I No. !!') as a revision of the acliedulus now in force and ef fect on our line goveinitiK employees in the claoses of serviré indicated therein. In accordance with the terms of our present agreements, kindly ar i'pt this as the official noti...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 7 April 1916

COUílTY HEWS ITEMS PUBLIC TALK A1 KNOWLE8. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ptveler wer In Knowies last Thursday doing some . necessary ranch trading. O. II. reene and John Beard came , In from the weiGt the other day, at- the finer sensibilities of justice, tending to Important business. Special Agent Lewis, of the Ros- k vú t- T. White came out from Ma home i well Land Office, waa in this section 1 In, Midland, Texas, and -rounded and ' last week fnaoecting rnsttera which de-horned a big bunch of calves last have - been held up for N some time Wednesday and returned home Friday ! pst, j ' ' . Charley M filer moved his home ' R. W. Keenura and W. G. Woemer bunch of cattle from his pasture ad'mirt to Roswell last Friday. They joining Knowies to his ranch north of report th- weather very cold during town last Saturday. i that bad day, and considerable snow, Mrs. Rice went to Midland, Texas, n the high tewcr country. W. (i. lael Wednesday went in the Ilardia ' contracted levare rusa of neuralgia Oakl...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 7 April 1916

GtycíEarlsbaí. (íttmnt Win, H. Mullan. Mllor snd Manaet OFFICIAL PAPER EDDY COUNTY. Carlsbad. X. M., Friday. April 7. HH. HL'liKCKIPTION RATES. Un year 111 advance ll.íiO 8ix months in advance 1(H) Three month, In advame... .CO rismpls copies, 6 cent. CHANGE THE NAME. 'Every one whom we have heard express an opinion on the iuestion of changing the name of the otate, with out exception, agree that the preñen. name I a hoodoo oi the most in (antic proportion. While eat Mr. tiamel met with the statement from wholesaler that they did not rare to shin good to the firm of Ji.y.-e Pruit Company because they had con siderable liouhlo with the lat nhip ment made "down In that country" If developed they had shipped goods to Mexico. Many others have receiv ed letter from their relative in the east begging them to leave Mexico for they will surely be maarred if they May here. Among these may be mentioned Mr. and Mr. Moberly, of Oti. We hear a great deal about how impossible it would be to agree...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 7 April 1916

llaves and sun I in nr.' . n il i wil'i ... i ., , , , . $H CARLSBAD LOCAL ITEMS Nat Roberts waa on th itrceU Monday. Cha. Walter was in from hit ranch Wednesday. Monument has big danet planned for tonight. Roed Draynard, of Artesia, waa in town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jos Lusk wer in from ths ranch Monday. I Mrs. Dav Blocker Is reported very ill at her home this week. O. W. Merchant waa a passenger to Roswell yesterday. Irvin Thurman and ths twin girls wars in town yesterday. Mrs. C C. Keller, of Malaga, is spending lvw uajra m wnu, Dolph 8hattuck and Bu Polk, of Queen, were in town last night. Mrs. Burt Rawlins waa very ill yes terday but some improved today. O. B. Ellett and family, of Roawell were guests of the Bates hotel Sun day. A negro minstrel will be given by home talent at Malaga on the 16th of April. Miss Vera Carder is Quite ill with lagrippe being confined to her bed the past week Guy Orr is spending a few days with Monro at tne u rancn, go ing Wednesday. Roy Waller is on...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 7 April 1916

o e7" SATURDAY, APR! I5ti 1916 Beginning at 10 a. m. Without reserve, we will offer for sale to the highest bidder, the following described property on the GERLACH PLACE, in MALAGA, N. M. 40 Rods South of Malaga Postoflice (INK RAY MAHE. S years old, weight about I, filio pound. MM; ItAV MAHK, 10 yrs. old, weight uhoul 1..MMI pounds. lUiih above rnirn in foul by enlleman Jw, owned hy W. W. . i.hIihii. dV II U MVItK.'. jinrsnld, weight ..linil I.L'OI) iiiiiindN. HKOWN MMtK, 4 year old, win: III about I. Will pounds. Ihm pair u( mam are Ixilh in I ".i I and are a splendid team. HM NMMMOlll IIIIKII BLACK J K. mriily MiiiilH, I yrjim old unit t'll hruke. KM M I(I.IN; II w iioksi: it IT. im: m:Vi sit work ll MINI-SS. ONE EXTRA (.m' JERSEY COW I' yi'.ir nlil, mil hy side. im: sI'I.km'H jersey ow, 2 Mar olil. iiilf liy Kit'-. KM i'T "I HI HKKS. Furniture (INK NKW PROCESS GASOLINE STOVE. TWO COOK STOVES. TWO II K ATI Mi STOVKS. (INK liKKSSKK. (INK lOI'MiE, IMREE IIIMMi TABLES. (NK WASHING M...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 7 April 1916

n '( M't' V- .' ' TRUST ES MEETING. March , Itla. i Town board of trusteea-met at tha fflea of Trustee D. G. Grantham, I'reeentt Mayor Pro Tarn, Grantham. M. R. Smith, C. D. Church, J. F Flowara, trustee. r . D. W. Pafttawijf rwh marshal. Elbart atorMtrtt inspector. J. C. Bunch. Recorder. t Minutai of previous meeting; raid nd approved. Billi read and appro v. d. I On motiaa duly aacondad and'caf. tied, tha rata for water for IHjra- ting iota wa axed at th ama aa last yaar. . ,4 - i 1 On motion of Church, aacondad by r iowirt, n waa ordered by tha board that all delinquent watar tax pay ara ba notified to pay and that no mora watar ba furnished them until ' all arrea ra ret ara paid. Carried. ' Tha town recontar waa instructed to notify Mr. Whitead to proceed and const rluct tha remainder of tha atreet crossing for which ha contracted to build iom time back. Tha recular town election waa call ad for tha 4th day of April, 191 A, it being tha data provided by law for tha election. The...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 7 April 1916

T W GERMANY ñ 95 ente Bach FOR KATI'RDAY AND MONDAY WK OFFER SPECIAL, AN ASSORT M KNT OF . LADIES WAISTS AT U5 Cents Each Not Over Four to One Customer TAKF. A LOOK AT E'm. JOYGE'PRUIT GO "WK WANT YOL' II TRADE" CHURCH NEWS Brother J. R. Cochran will preach t Hi Methodist church naxt Sun day, both morning and at niirht. ftv. Mr. Cochran wai onre the pas tor here and for iotne year the pre siding elder. Hi many old friend will he gad to hoar tilín. Monument ha secured $350.00 from the state to aid in the new school building that community will build. This will be the thirteenth new ichool building to be eroded In Eddy county aince Mr. Poor ha been county su perintendent He i thorough in look ing after the Intercut o fthe variou school in the county and never alow to act. Secure for each chool (rood teacher and aupplle and a far n fiossihle any equipment or conven-rnre. rRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Recular Meetings: The Prhylarian church aabbath aehool at 10 a. m. Morning worNhip at II a. m. ...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 7 April 1916

Know leiiievjrljjjyfj 1 1 uuy ailing iur nil new sauuie 10 i-iuriuj, IK tíJíhistLMJÍot I Lewis Howell and John Miirnh OFFICIAL CALL AND RULES FOR DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY OF MAY 9th, 1916, FOR USE OF JUDGES AND CLERKS. OFFICIAL CALL FOR DEMOCRAT IC PMIMAK Y ELECTION IN AN OFOR EODY COUNTY, N. M. The State of New Mexico. County of Eddy. WHEREAS, the Democratic Cea tral Commit of Eddy County, New Mexico, at it call meeting, bold at the Court Houao in Carlsbad, New Mexico, on the lith day of April, A. D., 1916, by a unanimous vote changed the dato of holding democrat ic primarle election in Eddy County, from Juno the 17th, A. D., 1816. to May ttn, A. D Mb, and directed hat I give notice accordingly. Now therefore, PUBLIC NOTICE if hereby given tbat the Democratic Primary election in and for Eddy County, SUU of New Mexico, la here ' by called, and by direction of our party, to bo had and held on the tub day of May, A. D 1916, for the fol lowing purpoeee to wit: To nominate on candidato for th...

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. — 14 April 1916

... Iff fcfefeÉ 7 TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR. CAR L8 BAD, NB WMEXICO, FRIDAY. APRIf 14. 1916. NUMBER Ur R. WAS ON OVERLAND TRIP IN NEWLY PURCHASED MACHINE Body Will be Taken to th Old Family Hon at Cha pal HIIL Tenn, for InUrm'nt. Car Tarna Turtle Near Patrick, Cheo- tertrld County, South Carolina. Car Rana Of Bridge and Pintona Mr. Jorca Beneath. Xfnntlaw krtllf nln nV1rwV a tale. L' gram reading aa followa ws received by Clarence íiell, manager of the Joy- Patrick, 8. C, 7:H9 p. m.. April 10, Jnvcn.Prult Co.. Carlsbad. N. M. John It Joyce, dead. Car No. 8315, Florida, turned turtle, pinioned under car. Advise where to shin body. REV. B. D. THAMES. Shortly after, another menage was received itatlnir that the car akldded a bridge and turned turtle. Frank Joyce, who waa In Baltimore, wa wired and at once atarted for Cheraw, 8. C, to which place the re main were convoyed lor embalming. Patrick near which place the aeci k.dent occurred, being a amall station I on tha Sea Air Line railroad abou...

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. — 14 April 1916

'ar4V: ÍV fe. . 3 'Oh Loo!:! i r.-.p :it im all won't hi lt nu l.o. CJU .1, y r! riLi.u Vi i'.Ii met a.d t'.i'i wliy they'll pure, t-i i-ii;ij, t.r.ty, whole some-i'i. i i w'iy t!i-jr won t hurt uv.y 1 1 J. FUr.lr.l HiW Awards A'i ci .w. 1fwan LM..S.fir. WOT Ml '-:.'. v C'MV I ChMiuiu t i: aiiL.11 i ;l 'vilciuj'.i I lareym. n i.t;y. O 1 : -fi'' .V -xc I unit l.ii M i ij'.r i.. . . ir nu k n 1 ., REIT III. K AN HKSOLUTIONK. At the culled meeting of the Iternul iilo county lepiililicun committee Sat urday ufleiiionn the lol.uwmg le.,.i i iulMin wua adopted Whereas, sume weeks ago, through 4 he pre and otherwise, we havo b anud that linn. I rank A. Ilubbell, a citi.en of tiie city nf Albiiqueique, tuunlv t llei nuiillo, stute ni .Sew Mesieo, announced ins runilidui'V lor United Slates senator tin .New Mexico uhp'ct to tiie action ul in. miii. . publican convention for the . nomina tion of stute nlliceis, and Wheieun, the lion. I lank A. Ililh lvll Is one nl oui leaii.n icjicíi-i.-tutiv...

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. — 14 April 1916

t,-'""- il wn. IZW:UkXkf,ujrf4í44Í POINTED PABAGRAPHS BY COUNTY AGENT KNORR. Do not get In too bif a hurry to irrigate your malí grain. Delay lr rlgatlng ohg aa possible. WUltbere bo a lio on your farm next fallí I didn't raise my cow to be a board er! . How many aro not? A flo-dollar JJabcoek milk tester will toll you. , A scrub Mala and a "Star Boarder Cow" will mako nothing moro than a rrrub cal?. . To Improve your hard dispose of tueh individuals. A Rood way I t to bay a registered or high grade shorthorn of tha milch attain or a rod poll. ,.- Approximately two thouiand bulla and bucks, olthor high grado or regis tered, aro ahlppod Into this valley an nually to bo used on tho rango. Tha majority of such stock ahould ba rala od on our Irrigated farms. Tharo Is a splendid opportunity for farmars hero that will so into this lino of brooding. Hava you figured out just how many days a year each horse on your" larm worse i i no remeuy la iu eno . ... . -11 L er dispose of some of them...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 14 April 1916

GIhc(arUUiaíi (Ünrrrni wr. H. Malla na. IMItot tnA Mnaar OFFICIAL PAPER EDDY COUNTY. TaHslwd, N. M.. Frldsy,April 14. 1í'ft SUiISCRIPTION KATKS. One yeur In advance ... f l.ljO Six mmiUia in advance t.UO Three month, In advenir .. ..ri0 ampie enpie, 6 cenia. GOOD RAIN LAST NIGHT. Rain commenced fallinir last niirht, the l.lth, at about seven o'clock anil continued slowly all niirht. Thii mominir, the 1 4 1 h, the rain vuaire at the reclamation ntlice reud eifhlv-nne hundredth", or, alioul an inch of pre eisatation, for rain Ih, at ten a. in., still falling. Report from up and down the valley are to the effect that t lit 4 wan a 1'i iicial rain. At Mu! .' a considcrnhlc hail fell hut not ennuyh to do much duinuiro. The last Saturday morning free.e destroy-' d about hulf the fruit alontr llluck I river, hut thi n- will prolnthly lie more j fruit in that seel ion than anv other in the county. Thin ruin in most wil- ' come, rniuiiikr lis it does ut a time that in miinv seasons in the mo...

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. — 14 April 1916

x nini nnin i nnii imin j 'I?'" I HUI Mil 1 1 I III III IILIlIV "I UttlLOUttU LUUML 1 1 LIVIO cNptjsjsjtjesiiass.sseitfaiea'.jsas Ftty't ' fountain open next Sun day. ' Mr. E. A. Moor of Artesia If In Carlsbad. 0. M. Gage waa down from Artesia Wednesday. Mitt Mildred Nevenger was on the kick lift Monday. Ed. Burleson from the Queen coun try, ia in town today. T. K. Eiell, of Angalus, was a fuel day a visitor n Carlsbad. A. R. O'Quinn left early yesterday to attend court in Artesia. Claud Dannelley. now of Hurley, arrived in Carlsbad Tuesday. A. F. Bryant was relieved Friday by engineer Moore on the cut-off. Mrs. Sam B. Smith was quite ill the first of the week with lagriane Miss Naoma Keller and C. L. Hill of El Paso spent Sunday in Koswell. Chas. Ballard passed through from Roswcll to El Paso, going this morn injr. L. F. Rabny of the James ranch was in Monday and Tuesday visiting with the boys. Miss Beulah Herbert went up to Roswell Wednesday where she will spend the week-end. Tom ...

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. — 14 April 1916

" a the onraus shops If you want car for SERVICE and I'OW EH and one that will give SATISFACTION act tha ST U DE BAKER at tha Ohncmus Shop. "CAN FIX IT" 1 1 'VILLA BANDITS IIF.ADKD FOR MOUNTAIN OF IU KAMiO STATE Tha Villa bandit are heading for ' the lmMt Impent'tralile mountain . uui rtÍHtrirt northeast of Purango, and 1 rmrthwant of Torreón about 100 mile, "wcronring to information received by 1 raining mon in El Paso yeUrriav. Thin 1 district in near the state linea of Diirango anil Chihuahua, and hai I wen me rriuge lor bandits for the last 20 yearn. ' It ii the district wlirre Villa lient Hh early davs of hid career an a ban dit. According to persons familar with the mountainous dlxtrict. tha fart that Villa km not raptured by l)iat mralas for almut 10 year while hid 'tint? in these mountains in largely due ' to the fart that he was not conspicu ous a a bandit in those days. He . 1 ii " m lUKHif All. ill junillV, B re- mill of two or three murder, and "would make occasional rai...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 14 April 1916

; COUNTY NEWS ITEMS CAUGHT FROM THE WINDS AT KNOWLES. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Brerkon's lit tle daughter, Véndete, haa been ser iously ill for two weeks. - L. O. Tomlinson was in town last weak, taking notice of tht election, not coring to take much part, ha I hat boon fSere before. ' Curley O'Neal -seems to be full fledged eitiien of Knowles now. Say he'i llvln' Many. Ed. Irwin haa leaned tract of land in the Highlonesorae country, and ia moving hia outfit lock, atock and bar rel, from Gainea county, Texan, and sers h'e coming to rood country B. Tomlinaon was in from hia farm few mllei aouth of town attending to business laat week. C. H. Arnold came in from the ranrV laat week, and loaded Ma wagon with groceries, Just for fun. Parnell Turner went to Gainea coun ty, Texaa, laat Saturday, and expect! to return home in about ten daya. Clabe Kyle waa a aocial caller in and among the Knowlea folk last Fri day ana eacuraay. E. T. Permenter, who ranche n.ir weat of Lovington, waa a business ca...

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. — 14 April 1916

Our Easter Sale of Suits and Dresses qRight now, at the beginning of the spring season, two weeks before Easter, we are able to save you $4 to $10 on your Spring Suit or Dress. IWe consider this the most important sale of new, up-to-date, ready-to-wear that we have ever held and recommend an early selection. QJust received by today's express, a shipment of the newest things in Silk Dresses. f CHURCH NEWS 1 9c r ' iPKRSBYTKRIAN CHURCH. Regular Meetlnjai The Presbyterian church sabbath rhixil at IU a. m. Morning worship at It a. m. Kvening wumhip at 7:.'I0 p. m. Kndcsvor meeting at 6:4o p. m. I'rayer meeting, Wednesday, at 7:10 p. m. The murninir sermon ut the Preaby terian church will iIuhI with "The Con version of a timid Man". In the ev ening the auhjeel will he "Th Uo r Aliutf of (ixl' (ooilne". Coin m un ion will l observed hii.der mum in if. Arrangement have Ix-in made i or several meetings with the Kpiaro palian and are announced nepurutvly. H AIM' I ST CIHHCH. Sunday School U:...

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