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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 9 June 1916

$H CARLSBAD LOCAL ITEÍ Jno. Hlggina left Wednesday fori Morning worship will be held In HiWe to ewatt Iraland-tha land Clorle hospital for treatment -t- ,tht Presbyterian enurcn i o cock, www t . . . . UromptnM by hil wife. Mr. Hlrtrln. ind tha pulpit them, will 00 "I I ne , n. i.na ox wj i namroca, v.. will lion at Kosweil to v ism n h iwp vi n . n "" '. . , t " ; . M . . . w' .w. .iJ. u. ui.i. i. '.hiB will ha held at 7:45 w th a talk "Th. Iriiih were Irish" when Enirland In IhA Kftln tal ion A UUÜLffl LTUVV I Mr. Craft left 8unday for Oriental. . Dr. .Culpepper, of Dayton, waa In ,wn Wednesday. , J. D. Bailey waa In from the ranch Wednesday. . John Plowman from Malaxa apent Ihe day Monday In town. D. R. Harkey had buslnesa at Ros weli laat Baturday night. Wm. Holdlnghouae, of Clovis, wai In town on business Wednesday. S. iaaVoatler of Malaga 1 in town for medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Life Merchant were j rom the ranch Tuesday. D. Cantrell and niece, were m from the ranch Wedne...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 9 June 1916

I 'I '! I . - snaniaariia"' - a YOUIIG FOLKS' CORNER The New Fad THE OHNEMUS SHOPS FOR TUR DEST SMALL AND MOST ECONOMICAL CAR ON THE MAR KET, HEE THE NEW MAXWELL. "CAN FIX IT" IN THE WORLD OF SPORT Hobey Baker, Great Ama teur Hockey Player. IMutlti liy A tns-i i llillHV Hlikll tu ("t A i Mi' Ulu.n aplulii nf 1 In- ML KI1I10U1 llinki ) i lull uf New . I Oiiinlilf icil l exi'iii in lie 1 lu- iiie.it I ami iiiiiiiiiiii h kit plnyer In Hil- couniry linker 1 nipnlile of pln.tliM ay HiNltion In Iiih key. bul ii-uully play ill niner o niter While 11 -nil U Y u Ford run uxiviiKsni. gur There'll Hlyle with quality in the Ford t'oupelet an well an Ford durability in er vice and economy in muiiileiiunce. Koumy interior excellently uphoUter ed. Top rained or lowered in two minute', A car of auperior claan. In-pert it. The t'oupelet tfi-H); Run about SMllO; TouHiik I'ar 1440; Town Car $040; Sedan 740, f. o. b. Detroit. For aale by G. G. StKES, Tlúcnt item ni rnii i'Hiii iiiih H i.i CIllll'llU bu...

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. — 9 June 1916

tí Kovermann's BOOT SHOP k , i Carlsbad, N. M. FIRST-CLASS COW DOT BOOTS AND SHOES Repiiring Neatly and Promptly Dob. Give Ma a Trial Order . Parcel Poet Order All Bepatr Ordera received by parcel $oet attended to promptly and pottage paid to tetara good. THIRTT TITB TEARS EXPER IENCE anabUa me to guarantee mj workw SPECIAL Excursion ROUND TRIP RUMMER TOURIST. Loo Angeles, 8n Diego, Sea Francisco, CaL $38.30 TlcVtU on tat May Int. to September 80th, 191n. Filial return limit October Slit. ROUND TRIP SUMMER TOURIST On rale daily Mar loth to Sept. 80th. Final return limit Oct 81 t Chican. Ill $58.40 fit Loate. Mo 48.95 Kaunas City, Mo 40.50 Deafer, Cole. 85.10 Colo. Springs 82.20 For Additional Destination! and fur ther information, call SANTA FK TICKET OFFICE T. C. JOHNSON, AGENT FA TVS OUNTAIN BEST OP COLD DRINU B arberShop illiards COURTEOUS TREATMENT Ta A LI Everything New and Up-U-date. STORING GRAIN SORGHUMS. Cara Should Be Taken te Have th Bins Well Ventilated. t'erbape none of...

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. — 9 June 1916

Ilia rarty al irte. 1 Our Aínery Season II ' Mil So 'rtii'f Dl'KING THESE TWO W EEKN WE A K M AKIMi EVERY EFFORT POSSIBLE. AM SPECIAL PRICKS ON A I.I. MILLINER Y TO CLEAN I I Al.l. SIMMER c;oolS. fiet anotior jat HO IT It H. Ill .eSPruit (So. Wf. WANT When vnu see Nelson think of Cloi.htH. When you Clothes think of Nelion. TOK SALE.- Fire proof safe, snmll .it... TIIK BOSTON STOltK. I-OUNI. A owner ran huvi I hi. oilier. pair of spectacles, mine by culling ul Whan you see Nelson think of i Clothe, .whan you see Clothes think ul Nelson. NOTA 11 Y PUBLIC at th Curren! nii'i. Do your w-curlng- at tha Cur rent oflice. Notary alwuys in. TIIK IIKAS(N WHY tin I'uint pi'ulcil nit your house, tha I'enit wan no pood, let mu tell you i t.i I'.iinl in New .Mexico. JACK IIAI.BKRT. Tlmno I'll. MIAYIMC AND THANSKI-'.K Will ; d i all kind of heavy and light dray I work and all kind of hauling on' tn.rt noli.e I'Kl'llH VALLEY I '1 It ANKIKK. 'I'lioi... No. 12. Can I lit? found nt Corner Drug- Store....

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. — 16 June 1916

TWENTYFOURTH YEAR. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXlCoYlTHDAY, JUNE 16, 191 NUMBER S3. r-' riii iiiiiMMi in iiniiiiiin in i ii iia 11 1 1 nil NA UtIVIUbKftlMiiVtl GREAT CONVENTION AT ST. LOUIS NOMINA TES WILSON AND MARSHALL BY ACCLAMATION LAST NIGHT AT 10 01 CONVENTION HAS ! PATRIOTIC START. ' Creat Democratic Gathering at St.! Louia Open With Tingling Proofa 1 of Spirit. "LET US DELIBERATE AS AMERICANS," 8AY8 GLYNN. "Star Spangled Banner" la the Flrat Melody That la Hear In the St. Louia C II seam. Harmony ia Sure Aa Bryan Disclaims Hit Bdliger. ncy. "Elephant and Mo Dead, Long Live the American Eagle," Say Chairman McComha. Special to th Current: St. Louia, Juna, 18. Wilson and Marihall were re-nominated last night t about 10 o'clock amid scenes of the graateiit enthuiiaiim. The platform deotare for woman suffrage by the states. Coliiieum, St. Louis, June 14. With the keynote of "Americanism and peace, preparedness and prosperity," the democratic national convention began it first minion shortly...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 16 June 1916

ocles IlllltO' HUGHES NOMINATED THIRD IIAI.I.OT YIKTUALLLY UNANIMOUS FOR JUSTICE John M.Parker, of New Orleans, Nam ,i rd KunnlnK Mlr lo Seer of Oyster . flay, Who Trlln Convention II t an. . eol Take leadership Again! Ke publican Nominee llrfore Knoeing . I,altrr' Attitude on liig Issues; If ' Hughe' Principle Are Satisfac tory, Roosevelt Will Not Makr Rare. f IMS. W. F MKJtANKtt IS CIIOSF.. TO MAKR U. O. I'. VICE l'HF..SKNTIAI. HACK f'hiruitu, June 10. - The republican national convention today nominated Charles F.van Hughe of New York, anl Charlea W. Fairbanks, of Indiana, a 'he candiales of their party for president and vice president. Almost Ml the same moment Theo dore Roosevelt was nominated dy the rintional progressive convention and Inter in tlie day John M loiisianu was named Iiin running mat. The repuldican nomination re pjired a hullot, the third of the con vention, while the progressive nomi liation was made by acclamation. Mr. Roosevelt's provisional declina tion to ac...

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. — 16 June 1916

COUNTY HEWS ITEMS LOCAL SHOWERS KNOW LE?. Geo .II. Samuel, the Sanger Broil, representative, waa In town doing bit ,att week. Mr. 11. C. Sporn, of Seminole, Tex., waa In town visiting Lint Friday and Saturday. Dr. D. L. Bell leading dentiat from Brownwood, was here visiting lait Friday. Marion Stephena and Sim Thompson cf Eunice. wer lata business caller the other ve. J. V. Oneal and M. K. Walker, of Seminole, Texas, with ftmilies, visited1 here a few days ago Mrs. Aline McMahon of San Angelo, Texaa, was in Knowles visiting friends! last week. Frank Isaacs returned from Carls bad with load of dependable goods, the otner day. L. M. Wright of the Mobbs district trying to grab some new business, was a business caller in town the other I J. C. Aineworth, of Andrews, Tex- 'as, came up to attend to some busl- Cop Coleman, the Armour traveling ness in Knowles last Tuesday and re man, was here calling on the trade turned homo during the next night Inst week. claims It to be too hot for comf...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 16 June 1916

I ' H Multen.. miu .ml M... I OFFICIAL PAPER EDDY COUNTY. ... . I Carlsbad. N. M, Friday, June It, StUSt K1ITIO.N It AT KM. One year in advance $1 Ml Fix month in advance l.no Three month., in advame .. .00 Sample ropic, 6 renin. NOTICE TO Cl'KRKNT SUB- RCRIKEKM CI'KHENT $2.K , i The Current feels grateful for the many kind friend who have stood by un through good and bad time, through advrmity and prosperity, thru good and evil reporta for the past tiearly twenty four years, and is proud , to state that there are now on the sub arriplron lint over 'JIHI who have taken the paper since the first year of its eaulenre. As is well known, the subscription price for the first twelve years was two dollars per annum in . advance but wan, in I'.mm'i, rut to one- I C. W. Merchant came up from Abi lity. Then the price oi paper was lene, Texas, the first of the week and about one half of the present price and is visiting his sons, Will, Lige, and all kinds of lulxir was at a lower John, and loo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 16 June 1916

SH CARLSBAD LOCAL ITEl Frd Flln nd Ural Boyd wer In town Wdnsday. . F. G. Tracy relumed from hit trip to New York last week. J. D. lUckley it very busy this week cutting hie floe crop of alfalfa hay. T. C Lov and wife, from the west Ida, of town, were here Wednesday. Orrille Beala, who wae In town laat Saturday, left for El Paw Tues day. Mra. Scott Etter, who wai quit 111 all last week, It reported much better. Mies Mary Usury hai accepted a politlón at Flowers store for the summer. Jo Lusk and wife are truest of the Bates' hotel today. Mr. Lusk is her delivering bunch of steers. George Stone, came up from his rnnch near Orla, Texas, last night, lie will return to Orla tomorrow. Mrs. J. F. Flowers entertained the ladles of the Methodist church with a tea at her homo this afternoon. Major E. P. Bujac rcutmed Monday from Chicago whither he Journied to attend the Bull Moose convention. Mrs. Henry Cfl. Dickson has been very ill for the pant week or more, but Is reported some better toda...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 16 June 1916

THE OUNEMUS SHOPS FOR THE BEST SMALL AND MOST ECONOMICAL CAR ON THE MAR KET, SEE THE NEW MAXWELL. 7- ' "CAN FIX IT "J WESTERN WWII. SITUATION. Buying in the west has Iteróme, if itnythiiii'. u little In i k,-r a 'id in the territory scitiun limit nipi-ui' to have been ii.lv n. i d a little. It is estimated that their luis passed from first hands uIhiiiI '.II tu lili pel ( . Ml uf the ti l 1 1 Uny 1 1 i tn the i int time, liny ing lia - huir. I in New Mi VI. ii. Willi, liiic and line médium wools costing iihftiil 7m to Nil rents, ch-iin landed lieie There has lieen consoli-tiil V wool -old in Wyoming ami ome in M intima at "I to rents I'm meilium wools 11 ml abinit .!" to "7 rents Cm the h.-tlei tine and l.nr medium i hps I uc to HO renu is being I'll"! Tin line clips in llteeiin and staple and half liloud clip- ate Iii-iii mi' mine Ituying has been liinly steady in Idaho ami the Soda Springs 41'i'tion ut the purity f pure ruling elsi-wheie. In Texas. little has yet I n dune. Flecec ...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 16 June 1916

nmnlll to the con-unier. '.SI-'VI I Mavor. r'.v of the lil ilí 1 he i. r f,,r tl TREATMENT FOR YELLOW FOU FOREST FIRE PREVENTION IAGE ON TREES AND SHRUBS. ANTEDATES THE REVOLUTION The term Chlorosis it need to ex- Colonists Decreed "2t Lashes, Well press the gradual disappearance of Uld on For The Man Who Set the green coloring matter, chlorophyl, Fire to Wood, from tho loaves of a plant. It at- Albuquerque, N. M., May 18. Apro- tacks various kinds of shade and fruit pos of the coming danger season for treei, shrubs, vines and bushes and forest fires, District Forester Reding, is more or less prevalent in Eddy ton has called attention to very polity, especially In the northern interesting booklet issued by Cornell parti The disease Is readily apparent University on pre-revolutlonary for- and Is easily Identified by the bright estry in America. Contrary to the yellow foliage. 'general Impression that American The purpose of this article Is to auggest two possible methods of treat ing...

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. — 16 June 1916

HNS DEMOCRATS t (inc luded from flmt pane. "This i the paramount issue. No settled our troubles by negotiation an much money in our vaulu as tn lessei issue, must rloud it, no urire- juat aa the president of the United ilay. The aggregate reaourcea of our la ted problems muiit cnnfui-e it." States' i trying to do today. 'national banks are three hundred mil- In declaring that the policy of neu- "When Lincoln waa president this inn more than the aggregate ru trulity i aa American aa the Ameri- country's rights were violated on every j sources of the Hank of Knirland, the tan flair, Mr. Glynn asserted that: aide. Knirland, Russia, France and l!unk of France, the Rank of Rust.ia. "The flmt president of the United ' Spain weie guilty of such flagrant the Uclrhhank of Germany, 'he Bank Sutes waa the firat man to pronounce j neutrality a rule of international eon- j duct. "In April. I7'.l.l, Washington declared Die tiortrine; and within a month, John Jay chief Justice of the supreme court...

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. — 23 June 1916

t (temtt A TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR. COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS BE IT REMEMBERED that on the 6th day of Juna, A. D. 1916, the Wrd of county commissioners of Eddy county me as e board of -pcty, New Mexico, met as board ( equalisation with tha assessor of 0bddy county, aa I required by law, t which meeting the following pro ceeding were had; Present Mr, C. W. Beeman, chairman. Mr. V. H. LuBk, commissioner from District No. 1. Mr. Whit WriRht, commissioner from District No. 2. Roy 8. Waller, assessor. R. B. Armstrong deputy sheriff. A. R. O QuInn, county clerk. It was moved and carried that the assessor be and he hereby is instruct ed to- make the following change In the tax rendition aa rendered by the various property owner to-wlt: T. B. Lewis, improvcmttiU raised fBOO to $1500. , T. A. Yoakum, raised to six horse. Earl Whitaker raised on Imp $400 ÍI600. Hugh Gait raised from 306 to 1000 ttla. A. E. 8tough raised from a wa tored land from $2.50 per acre to $40 per acra. 272 acre reduced fro...

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. — 23 June 1916

EPOCHMAKING THE OHMS SHOPS MARTIN H. GLYNN, AT ST. LOUIS, RKVICWS ACMICVSMSNTS OF THE PP.KSIDCNT. FOR THE BEST SMALL AND MOST ECONOMICAL CAR ON THE MAR KET, SEE THE NEW MAXWELL. n'. 1J !" !IS ill l II'".1 If .un 'ni.iiTr,(Ti to! isl bu mi" ' Cirtv I "CAN FIX IT" 3E PEACE AND PROSPERITY Nation New fnjeyina pruM of Great Statesmanship nd Sound Legislation. ' GOVERNOR TERGIISON LOSES. Tlir Diumeraiir national iwiiivintii.n lll-dnil its mirk In it il . .t i tif pmlv plittloiin i'xiir'l.v ii . i 1 1 1 i v I lit I'm,. Iricnl hihI -itliiniiTril In the rcoltitinni eonuintti i iu-1 ml i m 'In' plunk- .hi Anuriiuhi m nuil liiviMinii h.h . i-i MlTrni' ' "I ri"l iiinil 'lir liHtn.o' I li lllllt'il.l -elllll- llllll Im'CII !.. lrd II H .ml lli' -ilfll ll;'i' pl.iiw No won- Hai cain-il ii;'rini-l tin :. nrou il.-'l.iiutinn nl tin Auic-iciiiii u, plunk I' M ii tin,.' i ' ... - ,t auffiuce plank !:! 'en '.i.'. I. ii i: HrnitliM W ii Mi i.l l. ii' in li.i.i i..t till' I'llllM'li'lMII 'I .1' I' .- 't...

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. — 23 June 1916

negro Knight of Pythias at Dalla That Relata ta Matter af rreaant and utsawvlea tha Futura laaao In Tvaa and Kmtoraalna? Varloue from l!),r to ijn.OOO ,. ,.,-i,i n.-ii W it in - . t-l-i Is loo aeparimerft addressed t mas meeting of poultry raisers and bust ness men at Cleburne He showed ihf farmers how to Increase their profit on eggs and the 'merchants how to aid the farmers In marketing them An txt elrcln was formed Court of criminal appeals hn over ruled the motion for a rehearing in the case of ('. C. Qulllln, from Travl county, chief bookkeeper In the sta' comptroller's office, convicted upon n charge of misapplication of public fund and given a vvon-.tcar penitep llary senti-nee. Right other (." n landing against Qulllln .., The threo-story brick building of tin win dedicated hy the grand lodge in the presence of 2.1100 spectators The Do You Want This Dining Room ? The illustration shows only one of an endless variety of beautiful and artistic interior effects possible in ever...

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. — 23 June 1916

an yVTi Bin? (Harbbaii (Hurrrnl I. H. Mullan. Edllw aast Maaaarar OFFICIAL PAPER EDDY COÜNTT. CarUbad, N. M, Friday, June, 23, lilt 8UHSUUPTION HATES. Ont year in advance 11.50 tin month in advance 1.00 Three montha, in advance .. .60 8am pie copia, b cent. DEMOCRATIC COL' NT Y TICKET. STATE SENATE. UK. M. P. SKfcKN. REPKESKNTATlVR. P. 8. KAVr.S CARL 1. LIVINGSTON. Irintrlrl Attorney KOUEKT C. DOW KM EH IKK. JOHN N. HEWITT COUNTY CLERK. A. R. O qUlNN ASSESSOR. ROY S. WALLER TREASl'RER. whit wKioirr SUPERINTENDENT. W. A. POORS MKYMOK. II. A. NV MEYER PRORATE JUIM;e. W. 11. ROBINSON COMMISSIONER, DIST. NO. I. L. A. 8W1UART COMMISSIONER, DIST. NO. 2 C. E. MANN COMMISSIONER. DIST. NO. 3. W. T. MATKINS A DEMOCRATIC YEAR Wi'n the tiutiomil 1'iiiivftit iiiiim at Chicugo and St Louis over, and with an absolutely unilcd lomocritcy, cnlh niastir over the opportunity of again upporluig Woodrow Wil.ioti Hi tint poli confronting a Iti'pulihi'iin party "till demoralized, und a Progressive party U...

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. — 23 June 1916

$H CARLSBAD LOCAL ITEMS Raymond Livingston waa In from th M L ranch last Saturday. Charlla Witt has none out to th ranch to ret and recuperate. upVodne-d.y tojóok after busln.-. Cha. P. Pardue, of Loving cama A. A. Andrew, of Knowlea, waa In town the early part of the week. K. M. Nelson of Arteaia, wm here two or three daya the first of the week. Mrs. J. Frank Joyce ia expected to arrive in Carlsbad the lait of the month. 8. P. Hostler, of Malaga, was a guest of the I'alace Saturday and Sunday. Eameat Delk waa in from the 9 K Tuesday of thia week and tells a dry atory. esHHsnsa C. A. Miller, of Lovington. was m guest of the Kightway hotel all thia week. ' Ed. Burleson waa on the street Tuesday, he too, ia complaining of the drouth. Mra. fessiter and two children are occupying the residence Just west of Dr. Bearup'. J. W. Blackwell. of Knowles, and Henry Record from Monument spent yesterday in Carlsbad. Mr. Perkina and her mother, Mr. Poteet. both from near Loving anent Saturday in t...

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. — 23 June 1916

T-H-l-N-K J. POULTRY and EGGS PREPARING FOWLS FOR EXHIBITION 'rirt by t.nii Siat-a d.partmrnt f trl..ultur I ; Ktotf f jwi, w lieiljer young or ma inr. Hliruli m In first rlnm show oui itl when It enter the exhibition bill Tim pluma lio.,!. l . atstaderj tcngHi for Hie breed, lustrous 'it plentiful. Ui linn.j bright nil In coLii and (In comb iJVf-l ( tn Hip r.il. i.t. Til Mrll-U should at.-ir l;l Ijsti'Uoiu drr. g.xnl phvel eel '.in-liM.iri mid trained to exhibit his t' I í i iiti to ijilviiiiiMiif ( un fni Vw-" annual ei.r n.irrrw eon ma i.e. Ualiilne ui(.i-u 1.1 a Mid sulllrlent r.ifl4eii- i sssiim ami hold dwalrwd p.-ii uiidr showroom rotidltlniin. Jf ihiunHiIo niiialn eshlhitlmi coom etmlia.1' to Himo uawl al I bo dhow you alliMi. cover tlie (loor lili short or lultt'ir of hrun ami straw tir fesitier..! leg hrel To month Jb'fcin Hih ili.iv place tlix bird you In tmni i-i eililldl In til stop nl night. Hi cmii in frequently an you u ml liamlio Hih lilr.li often. Carry t'i'uii ari...

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. — 23 June 1916

the anisan and furiner find them wy . ocho tttaociM. oan Vl OM0, WMk tirad M lO , tf on o4 (ho t (ttilrfrena Shnrs aerarannr la aire. ATTENTION STOCKMEN!! i W e are fully equipped to fill your needs on Corral posts, Wire Fence . posts, and Corral lumber. Also wide" Redwood for" Water troughs: Sure acomplete stock of all kinds of lumber for all purposes. Our Service and Material will please you. New Yard, New Stock Pecos Valley Lumber Co. Phone 6. COUNTY NEWS ITEMS VOICES FROM KNOWLES. -X whn they ar not In with th play, ara always ready to howl their heads off why not let 'em (ro, everybody is "nexV. These folka aay, yes, we like R-ood roads, and we are going; to havo 'em Inspector Jule. B.keY from the Jal , too. f ;. ""'- ' Knttle. Usl :..k,,MM . town doinsom. necce.sary .hopping K Judi. Graham came In from the lt S.turd.y . venina -...k , liula holiness Mr. and Mra. Johnson ttranam and i" . - 'íUnU,nK l'tll bu"inel,, I Mr.. Dewhirst went to Lovinnton vis- UHt WCCk. 'l.l.. t'U ...n...

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. — 23 June 1916

I Train nnn nrn I HO Yd AND GIRLS ATTENTION. Did you over hear about the tailor! From Mm. J. T. Reeves Word from Mrs. J. T. Reeves lo- I m IT I I A I 1 1 IPri y"u 'lo " ? Ta ynur árñi I Bromide, they ire having very I II 1 1 I AV I IfuLLIt 10 "Hum, Air. liean or to i pleasant Htav since rearhin I II I I I Htl I II I I l w' '"fly- Yu will receive 5c. JfM. They have charmed thei UU I s-TlUA 1 1 LUI I fnr wh jnt Qf ,,,,,.,, KridBy .out locating there and exp PANAMA RAIN IS GOETHALS' B1GF0E Elk (io la Kuswell, Wednesday some of the Carlsbad Elk mntered to ftoswell where two from here, Carl Livingston, and Geo lloekett were Initiated Allen Stew art and John May went In the Stew, art car and arl Livingston, A. K. O'tjuinn, George Beckett, Lester llur er, Joe Hunch and Whit Wright in the Livingston car They hail a very Irood trip and found that a very good raio had fallen lieyond l.ukewood whieh did away with the dust and made the trip very pleasant g musko i-ir mind a nunl In Tu. .., tr. ...

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