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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 26 May 1916

untnt 3 r' trWENDf-roCKTU YEAR. nr n n rnnn n i iniivinn no! I IUIU I l-Ll lili I I II HI J I lull VI Uilll YUuni) TanaV ikaWV aaW V V I - I II I see. I ' , CASOUNE KILLS ROSWELL WOMAN. IBIown Tbroerh Rid of Hoaa and Fright f ally Burned by Blaslag Fluid House is Shattered by Fore of Blast. Exact Manner of Accident, or Ila Cause, Will Probably Never b Kmwi Foneral Tomorrow. Wednesdys's Roswell News. Mr. Michael Wllion. aged 23 years, wat the sacrificial offering of the ex tjloilv elemente of gasolina yestcr day afternoon when sh was literally blown through a window in the hous in the house in which she had been cleaning some clothes with gasoline. The horrible accident occurred yes- i tarda y afternoon about four o'clock and the woman ended her terrible suf ferina in death at 12:30 o'clock thU morning. Mrs. Wilson had been engaged dur ing the afternoon ia her rooms at 802 North Missouri avenue in the clean ing of some wearing aparel with gasolina, Raving at Mast a nan tuoiui of the ...

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. — 26 May 1916

1,'t... I'M 'l'.s. mil I 111 I .Multa e WW ENJ0T8 A BIRTHDAY DINNER NINE KILLED IN HURRICANE SWEPT OKLAHOMA TOWN. Trna Cat Bwata Mil Wld ana HARRY WOODMAN VETERÍNARY SURGEON AND DENTJST Having: purchased the CLUB STABLES and located permamently in Carlsbad, I wish to inform the public that I will be ready to answer calls at all hours, day or night, in the practice of my profession, that of Veterinary Surgeon . All examinations at the CLUB STABLES will be made PREE OP CHARGE, services will.be reasonable and satisfaction garan teed. Phone night or day CLUB STABLES Phone No. 78 v Mil Lm, ..WIptaf Out 8t HmUN f VtrMM roM Where tlemant. Suadreda of Yard From I)eniaon. Texas. Mar 21. Nina oar- aoni war killed and 88 Injured at by a birthday her daughter Miss Nattla Smith and Mrs. Hardin Clark, surprla ad har with an ataborata dinner at har home. Mr. Smith waa out ratlin hi taath looked after in the forenooa LSstorday, ana when she rama hernia and put up the ear aha went on to her room ana...

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. — 26 May 1916

:3 ííovermann's BOOT SHOP Carbtad, N.-U. nS8TCLA8S COWBOY BOOTS AND SHOES i. . Repairing Naotl and ProeaaÜ Dm , Gira Ma a Trini Ordar i Parca! Peal Order " ' " All' fceeW Ordera txcered by sarMl poet attended to promptly ano postage tcM W retara good. THISTT.FITK TEAKS EXPER IENCIA bin m ta gaaraataa my work. FATY'S OUNTAIN BEST OP COLD DRINKS 6 arbcrShop illiards COURTEOUS TREATMENT Ta A LI Everything Mew and Up-te date. LETTER ONE HUNDRED YEARS OLI) TELLS OK COLD SUMMER. The antironrhinir centennial of the unmrr of 181 ii, which was in fat. no Hummer at all, hu darted a goou deal . of talk as to whether hihtory will repent itself or not. In thin con nection The Independent of North field. Minn., han reproduced a very interesting letter written nearly u century airo and telling aiiout the condition at that time. A reprint of tli is letter U in possession of Mr. and Mr. K. S. Hill, the persons to whom tha letter was addtes'ud. Nathaniel Beach, having been the great-great-grandfnther...

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. — 26 May 1916

iriiim 111 iiuvpmuur. I IL la lust a. urnll tn l....b ik- Ofrr (Earlflbaft (üurrrnt Wa. U. Mslhw, Káiw sn Kwn OFFICIAL PAPER EDDT COUNTY. CbrVUa. T.Trtaay. May J, Wl 8UBHCKIPT1UN RATES. On year in advance (1.50 6iz mouths in advance 1.00 Tara month, in advance... .60 ampia copian, 6 cants. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TU'XFX. STATE REMATE. DR. M. P. RlfXOL i J ut REPRESENTATIVE. P. &. EAVE8 CARL U. LIVINUSTOM. District Attorney ROUKRT C DOW RHKRIrF. JOHN N. HEWITT COUNTY CLERK. A. RO'QUINN ASSESSOR. ROY 8. WALLER TKEAKI'KEK. WHIT WRIGHT fst'PEHINTENIlKNT. V. A. POORE Sl'HVMnR. li. A. NYMEYER PROBATE JUDGE. W. U. ROBINSON COMMISSIONER, 1UST. NO. 1. U A. 8WIGART COMMISSIONER. IST. NO. t C. E. MANN COMMISSIONER. DIST. NO. 1 W. T. MATKINS THK UNIFORM INSlLTF.D. Is thi uniform of the nulional guard clothes? This seems to lie a mooted tiueslion ut Die Alvaradn in Albuiurr quo, for one of the ollirt-rH of t lie guard win turned I. ink from flic din ing loom of that infuiiiniis hold lint week h 1 ...

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. — 26 May 1916

f0Untrr MnUy "' 'rrocc'JrrVirS.'ay ÍKSl'. h' - -"' Mr., a, .1 ,,,r. ...,JT."i '"' M'lfnnthen. both the -d down ,h. .raw , - . no,n,,er oT r i Mrs. E. E. Hartahora hat ben quit J T Humnharrs. of Oranar. til M Tuesday. Kirk Ham was loading, out for th mountain today. Will WoMiir waa hr frees th pinina last night. JCd. Hleka af Lakewood waa an our treat yesterday. & P. Hostias, of Malaga, wa hara on nualn Monday. Durdlty Smith cama ovar from 811 ar City Friday night. t Hill Sallie Trult, of Lakewood, wat itera Saturday ahopplng. If wa ara not aloaplng, tho wedding IbelU wUl ba ringing t Captain McClura, of Raswell, la visiting- in Carlibad thla week. lira. C H. Turner the aailiiner from Hopa wa in town yesterday. C J. Franks, of Roswell, was here Monday buying caivry -horses. C W. Merchant came In from hie home In Abilene, Texas, Wednesday. J. JX Racklay is nonet this week from th sheep ranch .at the state Una, J. T. Garrett and Ham Bishop, of Lovington, have been .in town this wee...

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. — 26 May 1916

, 1.1 I.Tnl .- I ') :ir"iv;l I,' s T-H-l-N-K LJ-JL1 1 ... 1 ' ' 1 "" I t-1 C B IIS .!. THE OHIIEf.lUS SHOPS FOR THE BEST SMALL AND MOST ECONOMICAL CAR ON THE MAR KKT. SEE THE NEW MAXWELL, - Hi V " j7, ll III "CAN FIX IT" Al I HIISi.Mf K A I K (,A!(I). Tim Current will accept, advertising from responsible parties payalilo on) 1st of motilh following the appearance of the ml. ni the following rates: 1 Plates, rota or electros with dealers 1 nam to In art. ad. to taki run of paper, for not less limn four weeks, and no preferred posilion, per Inrh of roliimn, l'.'(ir. Kunte to he put in type, without) psisilinn, por inrli Same, with preferred position, either "island ' lop of rolonin next to rending mailer or other portion an ugroed per inrh of rolunin "Or. Loral notices in i'l it kh i HimI rolunin, Dc. pi'i 1 1 nr of six words no notices lean tli. in 2!ic. Reading notices (rn cents per line. All local notice puyadle bifuie be ing insciied. Christian & Co. INSURANCE. atBSEY CREA wii...

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. — 26 May 1916

f COUilTY ÍIEVS ITEMS WW Will I IlktfW I IfatilV ' i KNOWLES DOTS. . Florarte and Jim Lova, of Lovtng-, ton, wr In Knowlet on a matter -of buttne laat weak. W. H. Brooka of tha 8mlnol ihopi, wat a buiinttt altar in town latt Saturday. . t W. L. Tomlinton, Br , earn in from tha farm laat Saturday, doing torn necessary trading. R. J. Onaal waa In town amona; hit old croniee tha other day. Just in out of tha atom, he aya. P. 8. Lovelady, a buiineta man from Seminole, Texan, wat a bualnes call- ar in Knowlea latt Saturday. Major Otear Thomaaon, of Loving- ton, waa In Knowlet on a matter of business the ether day. Mint Ruth Turner went to tub- bock. Texat, latt week, taking a thort vacatlon from her hotel dutiet. Marvin Livingston and family made a trip to the plaint In their Franklin last week. Wm. B reckon, th Seminole mechan, leal genius, wat a rapid transit call- r in Knowlet last Saturday, o. m. , I iR- L. Pillar. Rudolf Russell and 1 Aimer Daugherty of th E. Robert ranch, were plea...

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. — 26 May 1916

f Nota, , mm lytri.r t..i- GOOD LOOKING 1 WE ARE SHOWING A UNE OF GOOD LOOKING WHITE DRESSES THEY ARE NOVELTY MATERIALS Voile, Nets,& Fancy White Lawn AND ARE MODERATELY PRICED NEW COAT SUITS OF PALM BEACH IN THE NATURAL SHADE AND RKRGER STRIPES OP BLACK. ROSE, RI.ITE AND GREKN. THEY ARK NEW AND DIFFERENT. AlJiO MODERATELY PRICED. new line of Fancy Silks $1.25 to $2 Per Yard Joyce Pruit Go. "WE WANT YOUR TRADE" ClasoifiedAdvertisements FOR SALE. Swnt Potato Plant. Southern Uueun anil Nanry Hall. ITiona H88. tLAUUK F. WRIGHT. 2A-Apr-4 Carlsbad, N. M. Pine voiMtir H. I. Rod Cockerel for aicl. Egg for hatching. 'Phone r. MRS. Wm. II. MULLANK. FOR RENT. lood alrv front room. MRS. Wm. II. Mlil.I.ANK, 'Phuiia 2Í19 THE REASON WHY Ui Paint pealed off your house, tha , raint waa no good, i-rt ma ten you .how to Paint In Now Mexico. JACK UALBERT. . . 'Phon 151. ORAYINCJ AND TRANSFER Will dn all kind of heavy and light dray work and all kind of hauling on ahort nntlea. PECOS VALLEY TRANSFE...

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. — 2 June 1916

ULY CELEBRARON TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, FBI DAT, JLNE 2, 191w ' NUMBER i 4 D E COMPANY "B" IN CAMP. Interesting 8try of Every DiíLKi t Columbee. No Pknic, But Hard Work, and Lot! Of It While practically all the alxty-seven men In Company B, now in camp at Columbus, ra contented and doing i fine, Ufa i not all on sweet song, or píenle, aa wai stated two weeks art, according to CapUIn Dean, who baa Juit returned from the border íor the purpose of securing tome twenty-Ave more men for the Com- '"The morning hours, beginning t R:45 a. m.. tima ia taken up by Just on thins after another, with two Rood stiff drill thrown In and non commissinnsd officers achool between drills. From noon to 8:H0 the men have time of their own to write let ters, take the showers, unless per chance they are aent off on fatigue (which means work) duty somewhere or are sent with the Q. M. Sergeant v after soma fifty or sixty loavea of bread. quarter of a beef, a couple aeckc of potatoes, sugar,...

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

i' iin, :. .; f i'U'.'i. '"' "l"""""""ff' ' ,'. . . u.jLc n . .r. J"!"! -1 r- n THE OHNEKUS SHOPS i mt i in: in si sm vi l, an i .vo.sr I ( ONOVIC l. ( Alt ON THK M K- M l, m i: iiik new m.wweli. KiKiiiiarttiii iill.ii in 1 1 I - -' ' J . ' . . i"-nr- itil 1 "CAN FIX IT" I.AMH.IM; II MES kll.l.S IIAI1V. Orn.i, (Texas.) Times. , One of the saddest accidents t hut has happened in Pecos fur ninny years nrmrreil Prnhiy evening. Muy PMh, i I alxnrt tux o'rliirk at thp South Hide : tt, when Alliert lhvid, son of M.rvatnl Mm. K. H. Thurmond found 'bottle containing about n teaspoon-; ful of gawlinp. and in trying to drink it, the funics entered thp lungs, reusing almost inMtunt death. The ' baby wan immediately takpn to the offlcea nf Dra. Itryan ( amp, uliout block from thp hotel, and all thiit medical iiklll und knowledge rotild do wis done. In an attempt to rpvivp tho Util fellow, hut to no avail. Thp child never regained consciousness nor did it ewer catch Hit breath. Thin, indeed, was...

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. — 2 June 1916

KovermaniTs BGDT SHOP Carlsbad, N. M. FIRST-CLASS COWBOY BOOTS AND SHOES Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. 01v Ma Trial Order - Parcel Peat Order All Repair Ordari received by pa real poet attended to promptly and pottage paid ta return goods. ' THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPER IENCE enable ma to gaaraale ail workM SPECIAL Excursion ROUND TRIP SUMMER TOURIST, Lea Angeles, Ban Diego, Baa Francisco, CaL $5840 j itftiu vn hiü na; , a t, w ovikvmui 80th, 1916. Final return limit October Slit ROUND TRIP 8UMMER TOURIST On aale dally May 15th to Sept. 80th. Final return limit Oct. Slut Chicago, III $58.48 St. Louie, Mo 4(1.95 Kmui City, Mo 40.il Denver. Colo. 85.10 Colo. Springe 32.20 For Additional Destinations and fur ther information, call SANTA FE TICKET OFFICE J. M. BALES Agcrt FA TVS OUNTAIN BEST OF COLD DRINKS BarberShop illiards COURTEOUS TREATMENT Ta A LI Everythtag New end Up-to-date. A TALE OF RED ROSES e a.v -. w aW RANDOLPH CHESTER Copyright. 1914. bjf the Bobk. Mefrill bo. CHAPTER X...

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. — 2 June 1916

Qtjf (Earbbaft (Hurrrirt Wk H. Mallane, gallo aa Mimm l.y the Republicana for. ull know thttt,"u"K ,, uu'ry. view oi m muvemeni ior an eigni-, ..irt M.,1... age in the Uniled Sutes is in the unir, and moved to amend by provid ing for th selection of on delegate from each of tne judicial districts and tha other four from penal districts ñwsrir-iii piul'b rntiv'rniTNTY to " made up of the other eight dis OmClAL PAPER EDDT tOUNTT. trlrti uken num,rically. Thia amend- Carrktaad. V. ML, Friday. June 2, SUBSCRIPTION KATES. On year in advance fl.l0 Sil munlhe in advance 1.00 Three month, in advance 60 Sample copia, 6 rent. DCMUCRATIC COUNTY TICK ITT. STATE SENATE. DR. M. P. RKEEN. I lEPREHKNTATfVRi J P. K. EAVES CARL B. LIVINGSTON. District Attorney ROBERT "C. DOW : a t i ! I ic SHERIFF. JOHN N. HEWITT COUNTY CLERK.' A. It Q'QUJNN ASSESSOR. ROY S. WALLER TREASURER. WHIT WRIGHT StJPFill NTEN DENT. W. A. POOKE SURVEYOR, .a A. NYMKYKR PROBATE JUDGE. W. B. ROBINSON men finally prevailed. afier...

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. — 2 June 1916

t t I fl CARLSBAD LOCAL iTEÍVÍS J. J. Klrcher want to tha aUta Una Wednesday. , Mill Marlon Witt it yUltin bar aunt thia week. Paul and Ida Bell Gray war in from tha ranch Thursday. lfan Thurman from Black river, wat in iown Tuesday. H. C. Tyler of Clovia wat a visitor in Carlsbad Wadnaaday. Mrs. E. E. HarUhorn haa bean quito 1U at bar noma tha pait week. Henry Dlckaon and wife were in town Saturday from tha ranch. R. L. Laathorman, from tha BK ranch, waa in town Wednaaday. Jack B. Jamlaon from Wichita Falla waa in town on buaineia thia week. Mra. Louli Angel it visiting Mra. 8am Jonee and family on Rocky. A. K. Fletcher of Roewell. N. MH waa vleltor in Carlsbad thia week. C. W. Muaaett, of Amarillo, Texaa, waa In town several dayt thlt week. Jim Tlmmona of Liberty Hill, Tex , was a visitor In Carlsbad thit wk. Mlu Efflt Crowder left last week for Silver ICty to attend tha Summer Nor mal. J. 8. Chestnut, of Knowles. wa re Utered at tha RiRhtway hotel this week. Chas. O. Butler from ...

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. — 2 June 1916

T-H-l-N-K .PLAINS COUNTRY NOT ANXIOUS FOK DIVISION. i ii n i : MUI!' Ill I MICHELIN i j ' ... i ii TIRES Red Inner Tubes One Quality Only The Best! You Want th Bent TlrM And You Want Service! W. Civ. Yet Both 2 OI1NKMUK (.ARAÍ.i: "CAN FIX IT" H I MEW MEXICO STATIC NORM 41. BI'MMKK SCHOOL PENSION IM'KN.H WITH A lil'SH. State idr Hcprcscnlsllon. Teachers Jaarnry Hundred of Mile la Take Advantage if Ksrollrnl I ncililii'K Offered lu Improve Srhnlnmhips and MhlHin ii-grrr. Tui'hiIiiv'h Silver City Indiiii-ndi'Mt. Tin Htimml siiimtit! m-iiion of Un New Mrxii'D Si ut .N'uritiiil School opened yi-ivi iliiV nun mug with u ill Ii ami by HI nYlm k Mn . iiioi in t L' over 100 h'Hi'hcin iiinl -iiiili iilH liiul rn'ix tcrvil fur Ihi' m'.-Iiiii, :i n-coid ininilirr for tin' it in mi r .'IiimiI. Kvi'i-y i n I i -tiori (mutt tu it 1 1 i-i! r 'P :mi 1 I., n iv reus nf lluil nf lii-l 1 uinini" mid I in not IicvuhI t In- iin iitiiiit . - tin l'i" enrollment In i i n. h ."'I before thr 1'inl of IIiIh w...

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. — 2 June 1916

I) bUliTY IIEVS ITEMS KN0WLE8 SPLINTERS. . ... 1 Several ladisi from Midland, Texas, Vrs. A. J. Heard who hat been came in to partake of the dance last vllstlng relatives in Midland, Texas, rriday night. The stated the ball for several months, returned home last was a "hum dinger . (Saturday. J. W. White owner of the Cole The Seminole Texan, ball team was Motor Garage at Midland, Texas, was licked up by the Lovington team at a business caller in town last Sat that point last Saturday, urdny. Trun Wilks, the country boy was in Heck Wimberly, who went to San , town lust Friday taking in the nights. Andelo, Texas, in a car lant week, Clyle Korneray of the Monument is reported to have reached that point country, came up to take in the dance all o. k. but the doctor claims he has lant Saturday night, Steve Taylor, of Hobbs, was a bus- nets caller in Knowles lant week. J. II. Tcairue returned from Mid land, Texas, iant Saturday bringing in 11,000 pound of merchandise for local merchants. ...

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. — 2 June 1916

r Cooler Are Far TRY ONE OF Ol'R SPOUT S1IIHTS NAINSOOK I'NION SlIT AM) A UÍ.IIT vi:i(.m Titoisr.it FOR REAL COMFORT MEN'S SECTION Joyce - Pruit Co. "vi: want vont trade " VUiH FOR SALE. i If you want to tret few nice pig do not overlook the sale at the Club NUbU Monday, June 12, ut 2 P. M. I'lga weitrh fruin illl to 40 pounds each and are Kioil stork, t'otmi Mini ace Home good slock if y"U do not can to liny. l'Olt HALK.Smull fireproof nuke. BOSTON STOKE. FOR RENT. The I'alure ilinintr loom and kitchen com pi" tul y furninh d. Phone or write. THE PALACE HOTEL. FOR KENT. Oood nirv front room. MUM. Wm. II. Ml! I.LANE. Thone '-'"'! THE REASON WHY tHe Paint pealed off your houo, tha Paint was no good. It ma tall you ' bow to I'aint in New Mexico. JACK II ALBERT. Thone 151. DRAYINQ AND TRANSFER Will ; do all kind of heavy and light dray work and all kind of hauling on abort notice. PECOS VALLEY TRANSFER. 'I'hone No. 12. Can b oynd at Corner Drug Store. lr. T. E. Presley, of tha firm of ...

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. — 9 June 1916

"""""XL Iff fcl 1 ana TWENTf-fOURTH YEAR. CARJJ3BAI), NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 918. NUMBER . i fV DEFEATED GREATBRITAtN LOSES ÍEST NAVAL BATTLE EVER. GERMANY CLAIMS TO HAVE SI NK BATTLESHIP IN NORTH ' PEA FIGHT? TWO ENGLISH ARMORED CRUISERS LOST. Queen Mary, Indefatigable, Invinci ble, Defence and lilark Prlnc Am ong Doomed Vesaelaí Engagement Oreara Off Coaat of Jutland; Lon . don Asserts Enemy's Fleet Avoided Main British Forre Mastery of Sea Not Determined; lxnr In Men Estimated an Running Into Thousands; Never Before Have Two Fleets of Such Site Come to Death Grip. B'lin, June 2. Germnay's high sea fl-et met the main part of the Hritis h fleet in battle in the north eastern section of the North sea on May 31. In the heavy engagement which followed, the German fleet ac cording to a report issued by the Ger man admiralty, sank the British bit- tloahin Waraliitj. tha licit ish halt!,. cruisers Queen Mary and Imlefutiga-1 ble, two armored cruisers, and a large GREA1 number of war...

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. — 9 June 1916

e-""r--' """e". tf ' 7 GERflANS"GET"LORD (lICHEIRf ENGLANDS DDL AND LEADING VARR1ÜR IS SENT 10 A BOTTOM OF THE SEA BY T( GERMAN RPE00 OF.ftM N MINK OK TORPEDO ENDS AltKrH OF F.NU, AMI'S NOTED WAKKIOIt HTAIKSMAN. Brief Report From Admiral Jelliro TelU of Sinking In North Sn of Ouiser Carrying War thief and Mf mbrm 'of Staff Kn Koulr In l(uia. lind'Ki Milling Passing of Hero of Khartoum as Mwl A uttintf Ca tastrophe Since Beginning of World War. nrw British armv is well under wav. The general staff, under (eneral Sir William Robertson's direction, accord ing In the generul belief, ha well in hlinil the tank of working nut the (If UiU which Kitchincr's lirain luigely instrumental in planning and luunching. Thorp i no evident to show whe ther thp Hampshire n torpedoed liV h submarine or struck a mine. Many thin have been liusung betw 'en Kui xiii mid (ileal Itiituin over the same rmitp since the ut of Archangel fcus opened. p iipwi Unit K'i if state for wur, I .on I in. Jump (i Tl. hllr...

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. — 9 June 1916

COUNTY NEWS ITEMS KNOWLES, IÜS. W. IL Anderson cam la from hU ranch narthwest of Lovington. on matter of business last Thursday. Tha &aith family, consisting of Bn, Malvin, Jaka and a few more, called on mi. tha other day, just vialt- W. H. Birdwtll the commission man from Seainole, Texas, was buti neat callar in Knowles a few days ago. W. T. Gilmore from his ranch be twixt Monument and Knowles, was social caller hero last Thursday. W. K. Barr the Ford booster, from Lovington, waa a boosting caller In town a few days ago. Henry Flowers, a "new comer" waa in town looking around for some tMitg good in the way of a home last week. A. M. Cobb of the Eunice country rama up to sea how this portion of the country is progressing. The red man says an Indian skins his enemies and the pale face skins his friends something to that. J. J. Smith, an old residenter of this section, was a visitor among the old bunch last week. Edd Veach a rambler from the Na dina country, was a business visitor...

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. — 9 June 1916

Wsl B. Msllsaa, MIU sad Nimi OfTIClAL PAfER EDDT COUNTY. Cnrlated. N. M, Friday, Jan t, SUBSCRIPTION KATK8. On yar in advance ... $1.60 81s month in advonr 1.00 Three month, in advance 60 lUmple copie-, 5. cent. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. STATE SENATE. UK. M. P. SKEEN. r, t J r REPRESENTATIVE. J. S. EAVES CARI. I. LIVINGSTON. THE DROUTH. REPUBLICAN PAR T1SAN POLITICS. The long, dry spall haa assumad condition only comparadle In thee parta with the ummer of 1910, which anon no rain fell from September, 1909, until June, and July, 1111. In convemation with the tóele men gen erally -it I learned that but few ara not suffering and much Ion I. con stantly occurring. The Black River 1-and and Cattle Company, consider, iiiir the claim of cattle the company own. In protably the heaviest loner to date and the manager, ), R. Har key, states that the company ha fed since December alout lz.lHlO worth Santa Fe, June 7-"Had the last Republican legislature granted our request for fundi for the Nati...

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