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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 21 April 1916

v A 7). i I TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR. LASSEHERKILLSLANE Chas. Lasaetter Kills Ira Un Die iraMnl la Baeiaeea Said te be a ese of la Homicide. t . vjj.w afl.Miia bKaiií f nil r o'clock. Doe Coatai drove Into Carlt ' bud la bit auto with the dead body 4 of Ira Lane, formerly of Brownwood, f Texas. Uoe wat accompanied by Bry T an Lane, a brother of the deceased and Tom Tiner, L. B. Burt and Al Williamson. Buck Gholson, deputy fc V aherilT followed with Chas. Lassetter. who (rave up w unoison inunuij enlnir about seven o'clock, saying he bad killed a man. Also A. L. Woodley and J. R. Moore were in the auto of Bill Hudson the killing having occurr ed three miles north of the headquar ters ranch of Hudson at a well owned by Al Woodley. Neither the accused nor his at torneys, Messrs. Osburn Robinson, would talk of the homicide and all that could be learned was gleaned from the evidence taken at the coro ner's inquest which was commenced as soon as the justice of the peace F. H. Richards, could im...

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. — 21 April 1916

3 SALE Saturday, April 29th, 1916, beginning at 1 P. M.t without re serve, I will offer for sale to the highest bidder, the following described property at the rear of my store in MALAGA, N. M. Horses I BLACK IIORSK MULE. 17 hand high, weight 1250, smooth mouth, t BKOWN IIOK8K MUI.K, 17 hand high, weight I2UU. 1 IH.At K IIOltHK, 16 1-2 handa high. I .ISO pound. 1 IIKOWN HOKSK MUI.K, 15 handa hliih. IIOU pound, amoolh mouth. 1 IIKOWN MARK MUI.K. 15 handa high. lOfiO iMiunda, amonlh mouth. I (.KAY HOKSK. 15 handa high, lull!) Htunda. about Irn yeare old. Y HOKSK, 15 handa high, 10011 pounds, t years old. 1 HAY HOKSK. 15 handa hl((h. 1100 pound, l'n year old. I HAY HOKSK. i 1-2 hand high, 1100 pound, eleven year old. Farm Machinery I OKCIIAKI) DISC. 1 TWKLVE FOOT DISC, t TWO KOW .I.ISTKK, .prarlirally nrw. 1 TWO HOKSK CULTIVATOR. I TIIKEK SKTION HARROW'. I (JAM; I'l.OW, U Inch. The iilmve ninrhiiiery Is in good work inn order. Other property muy lio listed with J. 1.. William up to the...

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. — 21 April 1916

If yo want painting or papar hanging, phena 151. JACK H ALBERT. Wnan 'yea aaa Nalaon think of Clothes.' Whan you too Clothaa think of Nelson.- U roa MUST ewear, do It at tha Currant ótica. Notary always In. MMaaaManMMa Chrlatica Co. INSURANCE. ATALE OF RED ROSES By GEORGE RANDOLPH CHESTER CeerrtM. 1914. by tha Boaa. Merrill Co. CHAPTER XIII. Vally'a Anaiety Wall Founded. Mol.LYB eiixleljr was by no means feigned, for tha next morulug, at 10 o'clock, she , called up lirr father at hla of Oca and aaked him If ba bail received an answer to hla telegram. Id rathar a worried tona be replied thnt he had not. but that ha would let ber know aa won a ba bad done no. tha waudered about the house, quite III at eaee; then, unible to content ber aelf. suggested to Pern that they tnnke ready for a drive. When they were ready aha hmltated a moment or two In front of the lelophnne. but conquered that temptation. Instead, xhe mailt their Srat atop at her fnthcr'a office, and, with a curtoiia degree ...

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. — 21 April 1916

Stir (Earlfibah (üurn nt Wat. H. Mullan. Kdltor 4 Hiwv OFFICIAL I'ArER EDDY COUNTT. Carhad, N.M.. Friday". April 21, 9 j SCIlSt Illl'TlO.N KA1F.S. On year In advance $1X0 t His muiithi in advance l.UU , Three month., (n advance... .0 ampia copla, 6 cent. SWAT THE FLY. ' Thera I a belief among noma peo ple that flies are useful because they feed on wait. No greater mistake could be made, .''lira light on and aa'k over all man ner of unclean matter.and then spread germs and unclcanneas over dishes, -food and milk vessels. They may com to our facen straight from feed init on the aputum of a consumptive, or the wastes of a typhoid patient. They may fly directly from some one who ha ore ryes to our hands or faces, ur to the eyes of a little baby that cannot defend itself from them. There is nullum; more dangerous or more unclean than to live among a ewarm of Hies. Flies caught in the market house In Nashville, Tenn., were found to be carrying from 1U00 to 10.000 bacteria each. In one spe...

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. — 21 April 1916

H CARLSBAD LOCAL 1TÍ Taut Arcs cm down from hit ranch yesterday. W. A. Wright, of Lovington, wai btro Tuesday. Mra. Oscar Weaver, of Loving, waf in town Friday. Mitt Eatet, court stenographer, wn hera Saturday. J. B. Mlchenar wai here Monday from Lakawood. C. W. Merchant wai registered at the Batea' hotel Monday. Mr. Hall, the florist, waa up and on the atreeta yeiterday. 8. N. Lee came In from Kansas City and ie at the ranch now. Fred Phelin wai in from the Jamei ranch the flrit of the week. s . Ed. Hlckt and wife of Lakewood motored to Carlabad yeeterday. Mra. A rile Nlchola and Utile Alace were up from Otia Wednesday. Mra. R. C. Barnes is a week-end visitor at the J. R. Boyd home. M. C. Stewart purchased from J. S. Oliver, Monday, Dodge roadster. W. L. Bishop, well known in the Valley, and in Artesia is in town. Henry Williams, of Lovington, waa a truest of theRightway hotel Monday. L. O. Cunningham, of Lovington, waa here looking after business Fri day, A. M. Cobb and Fred Nymey...

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. — 21 April 1916

J THE OIINEQJS SHOPS If you want car for SERVICE and POWER and one that will give SATISFACTION fe tht STt'DE BAKER at the Ohnemui Shop. "CAN FIX IT" DOUBLE SHOOTING may HAVE FATAL ENDING. ClovU. N. M., April IN. Julio (ion aalet wan slightly and hin wire wan perhaps fatally wounded here Sunday afternoon by Manuel Zotcvtenrhe, who shot them with a .MM caliber re volver. The woman wan nhot twice, ne hall enU-nug her body on either aide jiiMt Mow the nipplo. She In in a precarious condition and but little hrtpe I hold out for her recovery. 'I ne man wan nhot throuirli the left hand, tile bullot lodging in the right rheek, lie apparently liavinir thrown up hin hand to protect hin face, .''fhe man who did the nhootintr wat formerly a nwtheart of the worn an'n, but it in naid thut they had be nome entranired. ImhI week the wnm n married Gonxali-i, and thin U Ihoorht lo have ruunnd ntevteni'he to become enrairi'd. He went to the íkiuc tiMlay and loinnionced hrinu At tliem without warmiik.'...

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. — 21 April 1916

COUNTY NEWS ITEMS KNOWLES. Dr. M. Millar nd T. M. Krr, of 1 .a mesa Delegation were visitors In Xnowlei and remained for the night the other day. K. F. Love, of Lovlngton, who has a bunch of horaea and mules In this vicinity, was here looking; after them a few days afro. A. Jackson, the Lovlnirton commis sion man was in Knowles last week, looking after business to his inter ests. Capt. John L. Toole, of the Gaines county sand hilts, accidently dropped jnto town last week. John B. Grant, the young cowman from near the Texas line, was in town looking around last week. M.', and Mrs. Turner Boswell of Hobba town were visitors in this berg the other day. Ace Breckon came in from his ranch a few miles south of us the other day, doing; some trading. Creed Thorp, whose farm Is a few miles southwest of us, was in town with a load of produce last week. -j George Shepard, of Lovington, was ' amone; the folks here a short time, on his return trip to the Valley. Walt was out looking; up some Ion...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 21 April 1916

Copyright u.S. . KlrMkkav Ca -.. I CHURCH NEWS j PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Regular Meetings) The Presbyterian church sabbath school at IO a. m. Morning womhip at II a. m. Evening womhip at 7:HO p. m. Endeavor meeting at ft :4ft p. m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, at! 7:30 p. m. Eater will l observed in the Pre hyterisn church. At the morning hour there will b special song and the communion. In the venina: the ar man wilt have "The Knitter Gospel" for tí subject, and the Kpiscopal Rec tor and people will join the womhip, completing the frión of Joint meet ings with Holy Week. The anthem will 1m Jules Oranier'a "Rosanlia" with the nolo part hum by Mm. hack ley and John K. Went' "The lord in Exalted". The Scout will meet Saturday ev ening with Mr. Pratt. The interest at present i tine, and the enthusiasm over OW prospective exhibition and ramp life is Iwgiiining to boil. BAPTIST CHURCH. Sunday School 9:4ft a. m. Preaching service, 11 to 12 a. m. It. Y. P. U. :30 p. m. Preaching lervire 7:.'IU ...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 28 April 1916

: r- : -4 -r TWENTY ! OURTH YEAR. CAE LB BAD, NK WMÍXICO, FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1H8. NUMBER X. ;,"TBftT 11 Jiff 1PIBTIÍÍI0F1I9TH I J OH J LISTEN TO THAT i r rr'R n i i f r" r r r n rr knights templars minstrel band. I II II II II ill I ill1!!1 Mill I1! II I II I II III A I ; LINO COUNIY OTEN. AIMED COSRUPILY , - . 2 GRAMD JURIES RND NO CAUSE FOR SENSAONM. REPORT MADE BY JURY LEO BY ETTER Some few wwki ago the county mi flooded with copiM of some dope frot tan out and paid for by the parties I moct interested in getting into office r on the strength of manufacturad tatémente which have boon ihowb up by thia papar to have baan made for tha purpose of ridinir into office. As will ba notlcad tha aama foreman of tha grand Jury that (rot up tha re port, la now out for commissioner and the witness whose testimony waa used agamst the sheriff is out for the of fice of sheriff. It may be of Interest to know that the irrrnd juries just previous and al so following the one that made the statements ...

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. — 28 April 1916

THE OHNEMUS SHOPS If you want ear for SERVICE and POWER and one that will give SATISFACTION see the 8TUDE II A K Kit at the Ohm-mux Shop. "CAN FIX IT" EII)Y (;ROVK CAMP W. O. W. Meet flr.it Thursday night each month at W. O. W. Hall. Vleitlng sovereigns and members urged to at tend. A. K. O-QUINN, Clerk .ltIIN W. 1KHY, P. C. Christian & Co. INSURANCE. R.M.THORNE I NM IM AKI li LICENSED EMBALM KH TeWphoae 71 4iai' Kovermann's BOOT SHOP Carlsbad, N. M. MUST-CLASS COWIIOY HOOTS AND SHOES Repairing Neatly and Promptly Dona (live Ma a Trial Order Parrel Pnat Ordrre All Repair Orders received by parrel post attended to promptly and póstate paid to return good. I THIRTY-FIVE YEARS' EXPER IENCE enablra me to guarantee my work $484.25 C. C. SIKES, Agent $434.25 QNAIRE WRITES AfiAIN ABOUT EARLY DAYS IN CARLSBAD J. J. HA .UEKMAN'H FIRST VISIT TO WHAT IS NOW THE "BEAUTIFUL," In Camp near TuUa, Okta., 4-18-18. My Dear Mr. Mullanet Since my last remenlscence article, I've been adding remenisr...

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. — 28 April 1916

f I V COUriTY IIEVS ITEMS A FEW THINGS FROM KNOWLES. W. W. Oneal and family hav moved to their horn ranch, a few milaa aaat of Knowlea. Loa Lumsden, of Wilson, Taxat, wa her looking over cattla eondi tlona with a rlew of baying, this Mr.' and Mra. C. H. Métantela rara In town shopping and vlaitlnc frands last weak. J adre J. W. Armstrong was a pass ing visitor In Knowlaa one day last weak. Mra. A.A. Anderwi was In town vis iting friends and calling on the mar chanta last week. Fred Dawson, an old resldanter from this section, waa a pleasant call . ar in town last week. Fred Uvea near Taboka, Texas, where he has a ranch at this time. Henry Wright was I nKnowlea cele brating Just a little last week. Lee Btiles Bant Mosley and P. Cunningham went to Hoswell on a mattnr of business last weeK. Chas. Lowery waa in town telling us all about it cattla doing fine and everything lovely, the other day, (apt. John L. Emerson was con siderably undor the weather but can now be found at the same ol...

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. — 28 April 1916

'' . . I.. . QJicCartebat. (Eurrrnl W, H. Mullan. Kdlto mm) Minw OFFICIAL PAPER EDDY COUNTY" Carlsbad, N.M., Friday. April 2, 19U I SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year In advance $l.f0 . 8ii munthi in advance 1.00 Three month, in advanct 50 . ampie copia, C cantil. The Current never advocated war -with Mexico, a all that haa aver ap peared in these column will testify. There wcmi to I an Impression that wa have adviiivd war with Mexico which proportion han alwayi been fartherest from our thouirhti. Tn, ' following from the Current of June 4, 116. in the light of the event that have kince developed. sound prophet-1 crudM " nce, chemistry, cai te: ' cuius and physic helped him make "President Wiliion han Usucd an ul- th" discovery, that autolst and oth timalum to the warring faction of I 't.-w" . '' Mexico that nhould have come out two! "r- K"ttn"nii discovery ha now It ISO. 1'hf facial trmiiila ti'lth nnr oniixlod the aid of Henry rord, man- government all along han been , u 1 ignorance of ...

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. — 28 April 1916

H CARLSBAD LOCAL ITEMS NAAJAfcUfcUfe j&UWttkB.hAhhhls S. D. Stennla, Jr., returned Monday from varioua point, in Texas. Mill Lottie Buford li up from Lov ing thia week visiting friends. 8. L. Petty aold ona of Ml milch cows thla week to Mr. Golding. Ural Boyd waa In town Monday from the ,'amea' ranch. Joe Luik and wife were here for Eaitar lervicea laat Sunday. Col. Frank Hardin. C. A. Miller and W. G. Woerner were In Wednesday. B. F. Davii, from the plain coun try, waa in the county eeat Monday. Buck Gholson from the Hudson range waa here for the trial Mon day. ' J. O. Love, of Pecos, Texas, paned through town Wednesday enroute to Amarillo. W. D. Hudson the cattle king from the lower valley, was one of the boyi Saturday. Johnnie Stewart and !e Middleton were down from the Queen country Saturday. . C. L. Taylor and wife were up from Loving Tuesday, having some dental work done. Thelma Hyatt will entertain with a danre this evening at her home In La Huerta. A. J. Woodley from Jal...

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. — 28 April 1916

NEWMEXIC0P0L1TICS ' Santa Fa, April 24. Troubles in tha O. O. I. rank in Ntw Mexico con tinu to multiply, and tha ipllta be- i Iwmii tha various factions of tha party ara becoming mora pronounced daily. ,. , . - . Secundiao Komero, of Saa Mlgael, ibaa beoemo bitter in hi opposition to Holm O. mirsum, of Socorro, hii principal rival for tha Republican rmminatlon for gnvertMr,and ia opanly ', attacking him through tha column tof hi "kU Independiente", a Rpaninh weekly of La Vega. Ha ia announcing that hJatory will repeat itmlf if Hur mim in again nnminatcd.and incident ally la proclaiming himself a Repub lican Haviour, and tha "most heroic figure in tha Republican party It will be recalled that Komero appeared spectacularly heroic at tha tima of hid unprovoked assault on Judge K. V. Long, aged Democratic j ii nut. at the Kan Mi (fuel county jail, and airain in connection with his no torioua attempt to "investigate" the tala penitentiary during the last , ession of tha legislature, whe...

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. — 28 April 1916

v- A TALE OF RED ROSES GEORGE RANDOLPH CHESTER CoprtlflM. 114. by th fcohW MarrUI Co. CHAPTER XIV. Molly Insista on Protecting Birt. B K1IT GLIDER strntc through tbe Marley pate and trod on the Mnrlcy r h nuil punched , the Mnrlcy doorbell In tine ioii(llllipn of manly linllutintlini, mi lie demanded of tho emaciated butler with tbe Intellectual brow Hint Molly Mar ley be brought Into hln presence at our. Ho wulted In the lllmiry while the butler went iiHiulm with that bssty mion ge, and It waa no comfort In bla aotil whatsoever to hear the girls devoting painstaking attention to an apparently endless Jolt of Rlircllnir. With scant consideration for the ho portniic of the occasion. Molly, ber fai-e flushed and her eye glistening with nxdettire from her recent earnest tfforta, rama down when alio me y ready, and he waa mill interina, while Fern. II 1 1 ii I iK. ronlil tie beard In the throe of frantic laughter. "Hello. Bert." laughed Molly, holding her hnnd to her Jaw. and lie nt dow...

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. — 28 April 1916

CARRA eaaa monta, in ma ornee wltk Dr. Mr. 10et-DclT HART SCHAFFNER & MARX FABRICS ARE ALL WOOL T HE BEST clothes "the best" in fabrics means all means clothes better wear tor you. That's why Hart Schaifner & Marx insist on all wool, and regardless of the reported demoralization of the woolen market, these makers guarantee all wool fabrics, color and perfect satisfaction. And that's why we sell these clothes and why you ought to buy them. T.C. HORNE The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes .f'flARLRH SPIERS SOUNDS HEAL REPUBLICAN KEY NOTK We Want the Democrats Out of the OfJrea In Washington," Mays San Miguel Count y leader In Addrrsa. DELEGATE SI. A I K GOES TllltUK.H SMOOTHLY. CmubI Mm I ion of Roosevelt a Namr firing (Inly Smnlncoua Denton al ration of Entire Gathering. Ths Ilvpulilicun convention f yi'i lerday anil hut night passes into his lory with Char-let A. Kpieaa of Laa Vega uaiily tha atar of the aasem lilt'd fompuny. Not only ilnl Mr. Spiei. hIhk matiHur the...

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. — 5 May 1916

Iff farteteii vxwxt TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR. CARLSBAD, NE WMEXICO, FRIDAY, MAY S. ll. NUMBER SC. 4h THE IRISH LEA DIRS IN IRISH REVOLUTION PAY UTMOST DOOM OF TREASON. Prim Minister Announce to Houm of CMnmotw That Principals In R Mlion in Ireland Had Been Prompt 1 Court Martialed and Eaeeuted. I SIR AUGUSTINE BIRRELL "4 RESIGNS FROM CABINET. Admita Hi Error aa Chief Secretary for Emerald Isle in Underestimat ing Sinn Fein Movement! aa Private Member Will Debate Revolt. London, May 8. The announcement In the hous of eommnna today by the prima mlnUter that the leadera in the rebellion in Ireland had been court martialed and summarily executed, created profound feeling, although this action by the government was ex pected. Premier Aiqulth at th tarn tima announced that Sir Roger Casement, who waa on of the prima moverá in the uprising and who now la a prison er in the Tower of London, would be tried with the utmost expedition. Augustine Birrell mad a brief statement and admitted his error a...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 5 May 1916

THE OHNEMUS SHOPS MM TIIK IlKHT HMAI.L AM) MOST M'ONOMICAL CAR ON TIIK MAR. KrX SKK TIIK NKW MAXVYKIX. yrtpc: 'VT. I y It s ; .'.wSKJUa . . ' i" .. I t U- .-. v ., J -J- ' i1 r:MÍiiTl'"r'-k 'T ft - "CAN FIX IT MKXICW l( Mill IIS I.OOT Mi III KN IN TK AS IKlKllr It IOW N. H.in A iilor.io. Tenas, Muy 'I. -United States Senator Monis Shop- MHtfl of 'IcXU ttlllllV leCCIVcd U tel egram 1 1-mi Nouh A II iittorney for the West Texas Pioduct coin imoy of Sun Antonio, tifivy iiiif the llifoi mat mu I liul Mexican bandits have crossed iiivr the Km l.iuinlc it l.ujitus muí luivi' been looting Ntores nuil hou-cs there. The Prod uct company conducts u lurge wux plant lit Luiitus, it 1 1 l v i n ir a ron milnriilili' number of men, uml in rmincct inn with tin- imliistiy main tains it store In s u il v the wants t its employes Thin store, Mr. A Urn says, wuh looted, muí he uks that t mops In- sent In prhtcrt the property. Ili -iiiv I he nearest United States hiiI. lien are 1 4 iiiiIi'h uwav uml th...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 5 May 1916

COUNTY HEWS ITEMS PICKING FROM KNOW LES. The primary draws near, and tr erybody just about ready to carry off the grape. l'rofeesor Bishop, the pioneer teach r of thfa diitHct, tu businesa vie itor in Kneels Uat Saturday. Tack Sutton, of funic. N. M waa visitor in Knowles Ian Friday. Will fi reckon, tha Seminole mechan leal tvlsard. waa a buaincaa callar in town lait Saturday evening. . Too Kaewlea hotal ia taking on a new coat at paint, and being other wiaa ranovaUd at thla tima. Col. Frank Hardin. C A. Millar, and W. C. Woerner raturnad from Carlsbad where they want on a mat tar of . business laat Thursday.. Dr. A. A, Dearduff waa in town, in a profaialonai way, laat waak. A. J. Heard returned from Mid land, Texas, where ha went on matter of business laat weak. Paulina Cunningham went to Lub bock. Texaa, In hia Hup. last week. J. R. Hart of Lovington, waa amono; the people, looking for long creen, the other day. Doc Coburn, of Warren, N. M was .unonif the folk here last Satur day ...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 5 May 1916

(Elc(Carlflhaii (Surrrni Jm II MulUna. brillar nd Mira! i,-,-, -ry-rs v-ecrx r" WFK1AL I'AI'KII KI.ÜY COUNTY.' VrÍHhd. N. M., rriity. My It, IHHIJto the cml that there may he no hap i I - - hazard .lectinris,anil thai the tronir SLHSl Itll'TION KATK8. On year in advance II. Ú0 Kix munthii in advance.. .. 1.00 Three month, in aihafiie... ..0 Sample copie, 6 cci.ts.. A correspondent in the Artesia Now the lirat letter of hi. name lie- In Hill liauirherily nays there were iKhteen other on the famous libel (rand Jury lii-siile Ktter. However, he must remeinl.pr that marly half f..r truth ami airuinst libel and it makes no difference to the ople what the result of the elimination of the worst c!i mi nts of a grand jui may he; it -.till hold good that it i. oe.t to elimínale such plotters and pite worker. The dinpu'i hi teil us thiit four of 1 h'." IcUihls of tne 1 1- 1 1 levoliitioiii It were shot. It Would ft I tllllt .o c;V. dled o fi'iii.'iv in hi"!:'"! we'i'd be a iiiiic ifiitnnii a ...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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