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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 5 May 1916

H CAMP LOCAL ITEMS MMMihiiiihmiiiiw "qjsisim jiasias.ot. if T. Shipp, of Knowles, tu in town Tuesday. E. W. Alston, of Pearl, was in town this weak. E. T. Carter left Monday night for Kaneas City. Walter Glover waa In from the ranch Thursday. Rom Holt went up to Santa Pe Monday night. Mrs. Rosa Osborn, who has been very ill, is improving slowly. Mrs. Sam B. Smith and family are enjoying a brand new Overland. Will Carlsbad hold memorial ser vices? May lUnh Ik Decoration day. EUie Jones, of Rocky, Ik upending the week-end with her sister, Mr.. Kd. Lamb, H. C. Korhbough, wife. G. U. Mc Crary and Col. William are down this week. Mrs. Hilly Ilcrzog was very HI yesterday with repeuted attarks of gall atones. John T. Hall, bee inspector from Artesia, passed through to Peros Wednesday. R. C. Kraft, operator at Oriental, made business trip to Carlsbad Wed nesday night. Dr. Deafendorf was up from his farm Tuesday and made this office a very pleasant call. Ben Acrey and wife snpnt yesterday in...

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. — 5 May 1916

arres the TOWN TRUSTEES. The town board of trustees met last Monday afternoon and after elect onff' Cha. H. Jone town attorney, tli board listened to the newly elect ed Inavor, Mr. (irantham read hie in augural ..ddreaa which wax to full f Rood Idea that it in given be 1ofV In full: TriUlE TOWN TRUSTEES OF THE TOWN OK l'KI.SU.l). .NEW MEX. AAAAAAAAAAAJT2 .YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJJA lc. Children and Mil' Hoee 15c. Men's Black $2.60 to 14.00 Sample Shoe SI .48 (1 Lot Children' $2.50 Elkakln Shoe $3.00 Work Tennis Shoes Men and Women 89c for Udies' Ho., all colors Sox Dreaae Shoe 9c. 7c. 20c. $1.90 S2.30 Gc. Qentfamen: I greet you in all good will, at thl the rterinnini of the adminiiitration of tbá affair or our beautiful little city foe the neat two yesr. Knowing the pifinDcl of the town truateea, 1 nave no nfeaitanry in saving that the af fairs of thia little city, will lie looked aflrr with palna-taking care and that th affairs and Intercala of our city beautiful will )e conducted al...

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. — 5 May 1916

WINTERINGJDLE HORSES. H I Beet "ugh" Them Threugr the Cold Month Horeva should not I confined to th barn during tbe winter on liberal supply of grain. It la far bettor to rough tbem tbrouRb Iba cold montba Tbey ahould be giren tbe ran of tbe yard or M during tbe day. Tbla abould be provided with protected abed, on that la thoroughly dry and well provid ed with bedding. Wblle Nature doe her part and protecta tbe bora with a bear coat of hair during the cold aaonlha, the abed la needed In order lo afford the necessary abetter and pro tection against nina, anow and cold wlnda. Winter winds coma mostly from tbe north and northwest, and the ahed ahould be ao altuated and eon etructed aa to give tbe roier proteo ' Hon from tbla quarter. Ln tbe feeding of Idle hornee the high priced feed a ahould lie avoided la outer to keep I hero ln proper condi tio! at tbe lowest coat It baa been found tbat Idle horno do very well on winter ."-! consisting of u II I ho ha oat atraw, cornstiilka or sorgh...

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. — 5 May 1916

A -A. 1 u ROYAL RRAMi FANCY PLAIDS AND CHECKS THAT PLEASE BOTH SON AND MOTHER $4 $5- $6 $7 $9 LOOK AT 'EM TOMORROW JOYCE-PRUIT CO. "WE WANT NEWS I PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Regular Meetings: Tin Prsahytsrisn church sabbath school at 10 a. m. Morning worahip at 11 a. m. Keening worship at 7:80 p, m. KntJeavor meeting at 6:45 p. m. Prayer meeting, Wedneadsy, at 1:19 p. m. BAPTIST CHURCH. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Preaching service, 11 to 12 a. m. B. Y. P. U. 6:80 p. m. 'Presetting aervira 7:S0 D. m. Choir practica 7:80 p. m., Tuesday. rrayar meeting 7:au p. m., Wed neadsy. CRACK CIIUKCH (EPISCOPAL), lord's Day Services: Holy communion 1st. lord's dny at II a. m. Morninir prayer anil arrmun at II a. ni., on all other lord's Day. Ilihle achiMil at 10 a. m. F. W. PRATT, Vicar. ST. EDWARD'S CHURCH. Sunday, 10 a. m., High-mas and sermon lw mna every nuirninir during the WHk at cm o clock. THE MYSTERIOUS EAGLE. Curious Ancient Monument Lstt la U( by the Indiana. On the liruad Uii of a stony, ralu...

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. — 12 May 1916

mxmt TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR. CARL8BAD. NE WMEXICO. FRIDAY, MAY 12, 191. NUMBER n. 4 . v COMPANY BJffl! ORDERS RECEIVED TUES DAY NIGHT AND GO THURSDAY AT 7,30 TO BELEN Yesterday morning at seven thirty occurred the most stirring rene ever witnessed at the Carlsbad depot About thirty autos and at leait MM) people went to tee Company "B" leave for the Mexican border. Only thlrtv-seven men left with the first installment while Lieutenant Fred West waa left to recruit ao aa to All the romnany to it full complement of sixty-five of which he eecured nine yesterday. Many affecting; scenes were witnessed as the boys departed. Many mothers, wives, sisters and sweethearts were with their loved ones until the last minuto and from the tearful parting one might be led to almost believe the boys were going to a real war Instead of guards for the border and with but as small a chance for casualty as at their var ious occupations at home. However, the men that departed yesterday would bo as apt to go if...

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. — 12 May 1916

-i i I ', - Til f í M ,: i . ; r é s I I t i1 I t ; i i I í I ( THE OHNEMUS SHOPS FOR I I! K HEST SMALL AND MOST ECONOMICAL CAR ON THE MAR h FT. SF.E TIIK NEW MAXWELL. fci. v. -k. y...:.-.í,w.l.i TT-y " t "CAN FIX IT" -T-r M -il-n tliT 1 v"f f- ' - T taUBIB I.EUAI. III.A.VKS Kill SALE i VI CI'KKKNT OFFICE. ( 'iiit r : I In I'll n-iil estate (if nil I k i n I - un installment. 5c; 10c. pr. don. W ii i r ;i i t y I iitiIm, .'ir.; 40c, do.. Muí i i' u 'C Deeds, or lirul estillo morí -'ui'im, .rii'.; -lOr. per d'iJ!. lililí of Sale in hooks nf ti ft y. 'J.'ic I HíiIh uf K:ilc, Miii;li, lililí Hl .ii lilunk U.) 25e. io All .lu-tiie hlimk 5c; :.r. ,,ijí. Contract tu Si II l.ivi' Stuck fie. 40c tlnr Pla.'er ' limn Notices Tic; .'10c. do. lelilí! Mineral Claim Notices Tic.;' 40. iln.. Relca-c l'liiitli'l Mil', 5c; lile. do, i All other blanks, Inn numerous '.o mentón ul ir. curb muí Ule n r ilo.cn. l'.lnnki. ohl in iiutitics 5(10 to HMIO kt I HI to flr per 1.0(1(1. I If y "ii wiiit painliii...

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. — 12 May 1916

For Sheriff Hewitt 6 Stewart 4 County Clerk O'Ouinn For Probate Judge Rob'nson Tax Collector and Treasurer Walker 5 Wright i.... 6 Tax Assessor Howard 1 McKeen 1 Waller 8 JltchanU 0 For Superintendent Public School Poor County Surveyor Cook 1 Lewi 1 Nymeyer 8 County Commissioner Precinct No. It Etter 8 Swigart 7 County Commissioner Precinct No. 2: Blackmore Mann 2 Teel 2 County Commissioner Precinct No. 8: ' Matkina ' Jal Precinct. For State Senator Skeen For Representative Eaves 27 Est lack 6H Livingston .... 40 For District Attorney Dow 34 (tilbert 1 Mctiill 3 Scott 11 For Sheriff Hewitt 4i Stcwa.t 20 For County Clerk O'Ouinn For Probate Judge Robinson For Tax Collector and Treasurer Walker 12 Wright 63 For Tax Assessor Howard 7 McKeen 8 Richards 1 Waller 62 Superintend now is the trmm rorSuTrintendent Public IM? , Boore For County Surveyor Cook 7 Lewie 1 Nymeyer , . County Commissioner Precinct No. 1: Etter ... 11 Sw -art 64 County Commissioner Precinct No. 2: Blackmore 2 Mann ! ...

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. — 12 May 1916

T-H--N-K t , . II. Multen, K.IIU mná M.natrr orna At. iwi'uit kudy county. Carlshad, N. M., Friday, My 12, SUHSCIlll'TION RA1F.S. One year in advance . ll.r.O Six month in advance l.uu Three monthn, ili advunic . .fiO tiemple copie., b cent. KEMOCKAIIC Ktl'MV TICKKT. STATK SKNATF UK. M. T. SKKKN. f KLTHF.ShNT VI M r.. r. S KAVKS ( Allí. H. LIUM.STON. Ilislrirl Attorney KUlIMtT C. I(UW Sil I lili I JOHN N. IIKWITT nil NTV CI.F.HK. a. it o'cjitvn' si-ssnii. It Y S. WAl.l.Mt i Kl: SI It Ule WIIIT WIMi.UT Hil HIM l'.N 1(1 NT. "'. A. 1'iMiKK SI II .uu, II A N Ur. Kit i koii 1 1: juikíf. W. II. KOltlN.SON : J f OMMISSIONFU. lIST. NO. 1. i. a. nwigakt COMMISSIONUK. HIST. NO. 2 :. !:. M ANN COMMISSION! It. Ill ST. NO. 3. W. T. M ATKINS i 'I ill; un. i ltlM i I IH I Kin i in ii -i inn. I of ibe fin I tl.iit the h i; uliii piirtKitii uf t!ic I ii'ionci al ic luiity nil' I. I'llc llii' oolv iclll election fur '-oiihtc iiltp uiU in ibis coiintv tin utile. I ..I.I intuit' at Clc primarles iilwii...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 12 May 1916

H CARLSBAD LOCAL ITEMS H Ural Boyd wat in from tht ranch Tuesday. ' S. P. Hoitler was down from Ros well Sunday. Dr. T. E. Presley came in Sunday from Roawell. J. W. Turknett was down from Ar teila last Saturday. W. K. Stubbs, of Laurence, Kansas, was in town Monday. Helen Hertog has been ill this week threatened with appendicitis. Ed. Burleson was down from his ranch Monday and Tuesday. Hul Gray and Tom Parker were In ff m the f'en ranch Tuesday. AiYpe cherries from the orcliants on Pocky are now on the market. J. J. S. Smith of Rocky was ming ling with the voters Tuesday. John Meed and family were in from Black river election day. Mrs. C. II. Calhoun and Hamp Eaves were in the county seat Tuesday. Sid Abies vas in town two or three days the first of the week. W. Q. Richards and C. R. Smith a rattle buyer from I'uilucah, is here today. C. Markey and Mr. Williams lif.e been upending a few days in town. Joe James leaves today fur a dul lness trip and short visit in Kl Paso, Texas. Mr...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 12 May 1916

of work now In progresa la tb lu talla Ford THtl UXIVBKSnL CAR There' a reason why Iher are mor than one million three hundred Ihou and KOKII CARS In iih today, and thai reason U baaed on Ihe matchless aervice and economy of r'OKU cara. I'nivrraal service ia Ihe nioal eoi rlusive evidence oí genuine value. Thai ia on good rramin. Ill Y TO HAY Touring Car 114; Kunahnul 1.10; ( oupelrt ;0; Toan ( ar 161; Sedan, $74(1. f. o. S. Detroit. e. e. SIKUS, nJent -a - CRtIO fOU SOCIAL KRVICC. AHKS WAHIIIMiTON TO SET TIMK LIMIT KOK RECALL Or TKOOI'.H PROM MEXICO. ftagseat Negotiation of New Treaty ! No attempt wan made to conceal the fuel thul intervention was discussed at yeHterduy'a caliinet moating, and inui a wax derided all military "cr aliona should lie considered with a fk-nnilelr Hetlinr r'orlh Rishta of view to the UOHsihilitv of intervention. Far Country In Territory ol IMh-rj Those clone to the nyawident resent ( alia Attention lo Anrlenl (iuada- the Mexican uggetion that the forth l...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 12 May 1916

FATTY'S OUNTAIN BEST Of COLD DEINU B arberShop illiards COURTEOUS TREATMENT Ta A LI Everylhlaf New and Up-ta-date. A TALE OF RED ROSES -By GEORGE RANDOLPH CHESTER Copyright. 1914. by " Bobb. Merrill Co. CHAPTER XVI. Intrtina Niwi For the Big Bey. SI.KI;i: lid lint any other foul lover would luive done Ho tel (plumed time time that even ing to eo how Molly wai. and when he want home ho drove two miles out of tho wuy to pa ms lie limine, lie waa etUully solliltloiis the next morn log and handled IiIh husillos with ulii guiar Ihc- of concentration. The Inst! two week had tnude liiiu mor slavish I ly In love with Molly tliiui ever, ami be mliMvd her aa a morphine (lend does bla "dow." Ooldmau dropped In to Bee hint at V o'clock. "1 want to tulk consolidation with you, Mr. Hledge." be offered, sitting amlllngly lu the visitor' chair. "What consolidation?" awked Sledge. "The afreet railway companies. Wt bave J lint iiurchiiHed tho controlling In teres! In the coin pa ny now operativo." Hl...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 12 May 1916

SCI100LH0USES AS CENTERS Seats of Education For Both Adults and Children. THIS HAS BEEN A BUSY WEEK SCORES OK SATISFIED CUSTOMERS ATTENDED OUR BigGombinationSale BATHING SUITS For Women WK HAVE A COMPLETE ASSORT. MENT OP THK PRACTICAL KIM), IN A MANISII KNIT SUIT AM) THK SKIRT STYLE IN MOHAIR. ShKi.K AM) SATEEN AT S2.00 IT TO Rubber Caps PLAIN AM) KANCY 25c.1" 85c. IIVi'lll.Mi SHOKS AM) WATKIl WI.M.S. NOW IS THK TI.MK JOYCE - PRUIT CO. FOR SALE. Horn, power hay press in good shape, price $76.00. Knijulre of K, K. IIKPI.ER, Loving, New Mexico. POR SALE. Sweet Potato Plant. Southern Quran. aftoVJKancy Uall. -rnone x.m. l l.AUUK r . WRIGHT 2H-Apr-4 Carlsbad, N. M, KOR SALE. A practically new re. frignrator. Only been used a few month". Two small for my ue. Re. MRS. Wm. II. Mullan, or phon. 269. rOR SALE. A red poll milrh cow. Teunr and good milker. Phone :IN B 110. HENRY DICKSON. . Carlsbad, N. M. WANTED. - (irl to do homework andlnok after children. Apply at thia office. FOR RKNT.-Two...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 19 May 1916

......, I) TWENTT-FOUBTH YEAR. .CARL8BAD, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, MAT It. lilt, NUMBER : "..' ,.... I..,. II mmtmt . w i i i i á II i í T rm i - -i I - t m -I - r T I - i i i i i asassaassm m , EIGHT SENIORS GRAD- ta. ' UATE FROM FOUR YEAR COURSE The commencement exercise of the Carlsbad High school were held In the Hiió school auditorium on Fri day eveninic, May 12, 1010, at which eight seniors were graduated from, the full four year high school course. Soon after eight o"clock, the Bunch orchestra struck up lively march and the Board of Education headed by County Superintendent W. A. Poor, and followed by Dr. David R. Boyd, president of the New Mexico University, Dr. H. W. Lowry, Su perintendent Geo. M. Brlnton, and Principal O. Stanley Dresher took their places on the rostrum. At soon as they were seated, the graduates, i, GEa M. BRINTOÍÍ, Superintendent "1 ; ... . . " O. S. DRE8HÉR, Principal of the graduation of it first class thirteen years airo when but two were graduated. He sta...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 19 May 1916

.... '' THE (HIS SHOPS r 1 ii I -- N h ' 11- i" 1? ' ' ) ; -V. ; i.,: .' , 4 Hi FOH TUB BEST SMALL AND MOST M ONO.MICAL CAR ON THE MAR hKT. HBB TUB NBW MAXWELL. - 4 V ' .- EDITH W. LEE, A. H, "CAN FIX IT" H. LOIS B. WE8TAWAY. A. C, B. E. 5 .V AKDA J. WKIR. K. B. AIVH(IIMN UVIK i:AIM). Tin' Currcit will ncri pt ndvi-rtlnlntr friiin ri')(in 1 1 I luiltici p;tHhlu oil 1st nf f ii l It fnlloMini; tin' ii 1 1 1 u rti n c u (if f 1 . ml. nt thi' fi'llnwiiiK rail's: t'luli'ii, i-uH nr rlrrtriM wtli iIimiIit niiini' In I' i l. ml. I" tiikn run of 'iin i. luí i"il Ii-. ! I..ri f.iiir woi'kn, ainl mi p 1 1. f c i t i m in. in, iit i Ii nf cut in::., I i1. Sllllll' to ll' (ml in lyjH', WllllOIlt JWMtlllll, IIT Hu ll I " . .Samr, will lilrliiliil iu itiiin, l' l til IT "ikIiiihI ' lni ni iiiliiniii in l In muí i ii ii Mmt I it or ol In-r !- t uní in nuici") I'lT If It'll of I llllllllll Jilt' I .mill iiiili'i'i in i-1 it "iliicl i-tiliiliili, fir. ht lini nf six wtnili no iiuiut Jl'HH llillll '...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 19 May 1916

COUNTY HEWS ITEMS KNOWLES LOCAL. Jake Groa of th Buckeye Sheep Company, wet business caller In Knowlee the other day, A. C. Heard went to Carlsbad on .a matter of business laat week. W.O. Denton the progressiva Galnei County cowman wm business caller here the other day. Henry Teague hat very tick child at hit farm touth of town. Burt Belcher of Yoakum county, Texan, waa business caller In Know lea the other day. Dory Charley i (train on the road after a severe Mines of several month. K'lty Davla who Id farming: south of town, was In town the other day UUinH uuninvaa. ( C. M. Brerkon hooked up his boat, and Is making; a trip to Arisona, visiting relatives. Benton Mosjey went to tavlngton on an important business trip last Sunday. W. G. Woerner went to Roswell on a matter of business last Friday re turning: home Sunday. Cap. Ccoggina went to Carlsbad last Tuesday visiting; relatives in that sec tion. Coal Oil Johny stopped in Knowles for a short visit, while en route to Big Springs, T...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 19 May 1916

$lic(arlcbaíi CEurrrnt Wi. H. Mull na, Ml tor nd Mlnwit OFFICIAL PAPER EDDY COUNTY. Carlsbad. N. M.. Friday, May It. 1918. 8UHSCRIPTI0N RATES. On year In advance ll.fíO filK months in advance 1.00 Three month, In advunce 50 Sample copies, 5 cent. DEMÜCKATIC COUNTY TICKET. STATE SENATE. DK. M. P. SKEEN. REPRESENTATIVE. I. S. EAVEH J CARL It. LIVINGSTON. District Allornrjr ROIIKRT C. DOW SHERIFF. JOHN N. HEWITT rorsTY CI. IKK. A. K. OIQI.'INN ss!sn. K'lY S. WALLER I 1(1. Sl 1(1- It. WHIT WIMUMT MI'UdVlrNDLNT. V. A. I'imiRK M ' !i I. (IK. I!. . N i M IA Kit pkoii n: ji'dck. W. II. UolllNSO.N I DM MISSION Lit, DIST. NO. I. I.. A. SWICART ( OMML-SlnV-.K. IST. NO. 2 ( . Ii. .MANN COM MISSION I II. DIST. NO. 3. W. T. M ATKINS N.r. 'I,:. pii'miiy is in it mid 1. 1 f r ' i - t il HIT hat ' -lied nr r. - i . .1 Im i i ! I I it 1 1 1 -. I tin in III S; 1 1 . . .mi ', I hi' nial ' .r v. I I lliil' I " 1 1 I. ..I I . . V I'll-. in- '.' :i .i., i j j Ii.im-s til ;,l Mil- Ittty i Willi ill'' 'i'ü'...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 19 May 1916

H CARLSBAD LOCAL 1TÍSK SmtHnnww)ii ii 1 1 ten jittd 8. 8. 8kldmore was In from the D ranch the flrit of the week. Mini Mary Pickena has been quite ill for the pait week but it better now. J. 8. Oliver gold Winifred Knowlei of Monument, a Dodge touring ear this last week. John May returned Friday afternoon from a business trip to Kansas City and other point. Leonard Jones accompanied Billy Alberti to Roiwell Monday where he spent a few day. Mrs. Ed. Lamb was taken suddenly ill Monday and has been confined to her bed this week. a MIhs Stella Hughes wan taken very I.J1I at church Sunday ami was taken ' Tiome in Mr. Hendricks cur. Kom Holt and futnily spent pnrt of the week in Carlsbad, mining fiwn their homo near Lovinglon Monday. There s nomo comfort in the Cur rent oilier now since Pick 'I homo got busy and put up the new awning. John Ilarlier, wife ami two children, came In from the ranch in Texan Monday to upend a few duys in town. Daddy Heard came In fro nithe High Lonesome ranch ...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 19 May 1916

raso. They came by Mescalero and 1MB HEMS. Mrs. Ross of Pecot spent. Tuesday ARE YOU USING RED STAR FL0UB2 night in Carlsbad. Clauds Unckney snd brida rsturnsd Saturday from short stay In 8 la- ton, whsra tbry visited Mr. Hackney sister Mrs.. John Hood. While they wr up ths lins they arranged a change in Mr. Hackney's ran, and thsy will move, to Roswell tk last of. ths SOUDiBV wak. HARRY WOODMAN VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIST Having purchased the CLUB STABIJIS and located permamently ia. Carlsbali.I wish to inform the public that 1 will be ready to answer calls at all ttours, dayor night, in the practice of iny profession, that of Veterinary Surgeon All examinations at the CLUB- STABLES will be made FREE OF CHARGE, services will be reasonable and satfef action gacan teed. Phone night or day CLUB STABLES Phon No. 78 inMiim WM( Rev. Miu- Allison of Roswell and Rev. Messr from Clovls were hsrs Tuesday night and rsturnsd to Ros well Wednesday. Mrs. Jsff Robert and littls daugh ter, Edit...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 19 May 1916

DEATH JOF M ARGAfKT WAITER, Tes, fourteen months old babr dau ghter .of Mr. and Mrs. Chaa. Walter died last alght at the Andersen San itartum.iboat eight o'clock. ' iLlttle Martraret was bow .November 11th, 1916, at dhe Anderson Sanitarium. IPi lrr I t iitv on . m iai.i.i av.t.v thirty-two miles north of town, iwhlle Chatlm'ls slso in ta, employ of Ben ton Ijrothvrs. The UUle one vaus ill abovat .throe weeki arid under, lbs- care of a jmyebilan. They.ihad brought her to tawnjand the docker had bee out to too itftk. She waa teethin and had many other synratoms that led GrantlnsotW Anderaon to btuieve there wae no chance fof her whemi hey cama ito the Sanitarienn, but sat al wayi Ueea tall (he eat. for any one ai lmigias there la Ve. Mar. ret leavea to mourn her little life, a farther and mother, a brother and siater,elier trelativea and 1 rienda. The loss of ihls little Wfo although wv'know it avas Cod'e evilly tnsry be expressed by tlsese 'linea: The'bardest bestia that ever was fwi...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 19 May 1916

-fcr"".'-"" v--"w 5 ',-v.. 1 t Official Canvass of Vote of Democratic Primary Election Held May, 9, 1916 90c. SATURDAY AND MONDAY une or Ladies Waists of Lawn. Madras and Organdie I! AM) I.MMIiOlDI UV TlMMMi:i S(h:U lo 44 KcUular SI. ."Ml Value for 90c. snx iALs in Joyce-Pruit Co. "Wc Wnnt Your Trade" FOR 8AI.K. Sweet Potato Plants, ttnulkern Uueen and Nancy Hall. 'I'bona 238. CI.AUDK V. WRICHT, 28Apr-4 Carlslmd. N. M. POK SAI.K. A practically new ra-1 friffArator. Only l used a few months. Two small for my use. Sea MRS. Wm. II. Mullan or phone 2Ú9. WANTr.D. tint to do housework' and look after fluid. en. Apply at this ..f'OR RKNT. Two unfurnished rooms, liirht hounekcepinv. MRS. (.tBICN, near St. Kdward's church. Pina vnunir R. I. Red Cockerels for sala. Kairs for hatchinir. 'Phone 2tt. MRH. Wm. II. MUl.I.ANK. FOR RENT. (iuod aiiv front room. ' MRS. Wm. II. Ml' I. LANE, 'Phone 259 THE REASON WHT Ui Paint pealed off your house, the PaJnt was na rood. It me tell you how to Paint in N...

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