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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 4 August 1916

utxmt TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR. CAR1.SRAD, NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY, AUGUST 4. 1918. NUMREK 39. 4 HUGHES IS NOTIF ADMINISTRATION IS ROl'NDI.Y SCORED FOR FAILURE TO PROTECT AMERICAN I.IVES. By Associated Press. New York. July 31. Charle E. Hughe tonight outlined in hi speech of acceotance the issues upon which f he will conduct hit campaign for the presidency. Mr. Uughes assailed the administra tlon fothe course it has pursued with reference to uexico, maintenance ui . 1. I t .Al.i.. American rigm during me r,uni.n war, preparedness and other great question! of the day. lie declared for a new p ilicy of "mrfiness and con sistency toward Moxi'o for "tl.o un flinching' maintenance of all American rights on land and sea," and for ade quate national defense adequtute p-o tection on both our westren and cast em coast. Alien Intrigue. "We denounce all plota and con 'pir acies in the interest of any foreign nation." Mr. Hughes said. "Utterly intolerable in the une of our noil for a alien intrigues. Eve...

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. — 4 August 1916

THE OHNEMUS SHOPS FOR THE NEST SMALL AND MOST E ((MIMICAL CAR ON THE MAR KET. SEE THE NEW MAXWELL. SEE THE STUDERAKER THE I.REATEHT CAR FOR SERVICE ON THE MARKET. "CAN FIX IT" HALF BILLION FOR PREPAREDNESS lot Appears That This Will Be Cost of War Talk. "WILSON CHANGED OPINION. hart Tim Ago Any On Predicting That Big Sum Would Be Spent Far Army and Navy Would Hav Boon Callad Light Haadad, Vat It Haa Coma About Bocaua l European War. By ARTHUR W. DUNN. Washington. July ICV- Hhi'InI -Itcfnre (In beginning nf (In pic-tcnl aaaalon of congivnn liny on), predict tiiK I lio I Imir a billion ilullara hihiIiI In jnriit fur Incrennc In military prepara (ton wimiIiI have been act down m licit I headed nr. al Ica-L ii visionary And yet II appears from i-ntltniitett uf M!la tu aa n nil those already passed Ilia I iMsi.taai.iaai la Hie coat of the alarm lililí thin cuoniry lian fell on account uf I In. IIkIiIIhk In Europe Mtn who talk aliuut the luiim-nse in, which U Jii.l J il.'.'.';rv fi). OFFI...

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. — 4 August 1916

A COOL COMFORTABLE SLEEPING PORCH New shingle for the leaky roof, breaks lu your corral fence, wide Redwood for water troughs, straight corral post and wire fence posts. We are in posi tion to furnish material for. abov;, as well as ail other kinds of lumber Alio good coal. WE WILL APPRECIATE YOUR TRADE New Yard, New Stock Pecos Valley Lumber Co. Phone 6. COUNTY NEWS ITEMS KNOWLES DREAMS. J. H. Hughes, Paul Dunbar and D. S Hows of th Nadin country wen visitor in town last week. W. W. McNamee, a Semlnoleit was business visitor in Knowles last weak. . Mr. and Mr. A :o Breckon war in from thypch trxdini- oni iy last . wk. Jack Kti.t wa in town the other day in a bit of a hur.-y, mukinii his fTt away. A. J. Oavi of Plains Txij, was a business caller in town a few days ago Miss Ora Manning was in Knowlei shopping th other evening. Kev. J. A. Akin was in town last Friday and reported he would preach at Thornhill, the 30th. . O. Chance, went to Lamesa with a load of turkeys lust week will ...

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. — 4 August 1916

we muy in. pe hit ine una, 1 Very U .e.'.y nuiiuiiiiii..d the new luw providi lor tAtlve I ciler.il L.r.d ! (Eljc (arlfihat (urmit ! Wis II Mullan. Kd I. a rut Manaa-er ' OFFICIAL PAPER EDDY COUNTY.1 Carlsbad. N. M.. Friday, Aug, I. 1910. SLUM RII'TION KA'l ES. ' Oi. year in u. Larue ( 1 . 0 ttit months ,ii iailvanx ... 1.0U Three mouthy in il...r.c ... .f0 Sample copie, i cents. ELECTION MESDAV. NOV. 7.1916 For i'ru-ident WOMliltuW WILSON. I' or Vice I'ic-idciit THOMAS It. MA KM I ALL, DEMOCHAIIt (Ol.NTY TICKET. STATE SENATE. UK. M. I'. SKKEN. HLI'KKSr M ATlVK. r. S. F.VKS CAUL It. I.IV'N(..STON. District Attorney KOKEKT C. I'OW Sill 1(11 I JOHN N. HEWITT OI NT1 I F.ltK. A. K. O'WL'IN.N ASSESSOR. ItOY S. WALLER THEASIRER. WHIT WKIUIIT KLTF.UINi KNDF.NT. W. A. roo RE Sl'KVF.YOR. I). A. NYMEYER I'ROIIATK JUItCE, W. It. KOHlNON COMMISSIONKIt. 1)1 ST. NO. 1. L, A. SWIGART COMMISSIONER, HIST. NO. 2 C. E. MANN COMMISSIONER, DIST. NO. S. W. T. M ATKINS 1916 AUGUST 1916 SUNjMQN'TUF..m D Tr...

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. — 4 August 1916

M ! ivftwwiinii CARLSBAD LOCAL ITEMS UMMC . . M t m i , i 1 I iU-b. i. r. tuns was up inom uov-i lug Tuesday, and called at the Cur- Thursday July 27, Master Rex Vest rent oltice. I w hot.' from 3:H0 to to seventeen ' of his little irirl and boy friends Va il. Henry Williams one of the stock rioun tramen were played on the hwn men from Iovington Wa in town on and about five o'clock the little folks Wednesday, were invited into the dininir room, ! where a larra pink and white birth Mr. Froman, ,h carpenter who 'day caka delighted. Delicious be wa no ill, in much improved and up cream and cake added much to the anc out on the streets, I plesrure of the Utile one. Rex was Wadie Leek ha been very III last week and this with tonsilitis, but is reported some be iter today. W. B. Wilson, wife and son .Frank war up from Otis Saturday. They brought in a tine lot of eggs. Paul Cuhninghum came in from the Plains Sat urdu y and has spent the week in town tne guest of the Ua'e. Dr. and Mrs. Mill...

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. — 4 August 1916

.UEIJNQl'RNT TAX LIST FOR THE YEAR 11J. Kddjr County. Tht delinquent tax list of known and unknown owner. ef mI estate n. property of Eddy County, a hown b "Jm U rolls of said County, and an levied and asci -airainit taid property for tin- yi-ar 1915, now due and un Hut of New México Office of Treasurer am f-ojnty of Kd.ly, . F.x-Olrlcio Ta Collator To THE DKI.INgUKNT TAX PAYERS OF EDIM OUNTV WHOSE NAM KM APPEAR IN THE FOLLOW IMJ I.I.ST: Notice Is herchy (riven tHnt the following alphabetic its: cotitaini the name of the owner of p-operty upol winch taxes are di-limpii-nt, a shown by the tax rolls 01 r.ddy County for the year I Kl "., and opposite each name i Mt f'th the amount of lie t.ix di-linuent upon the prop ( of the per. in si nami-d, an shown hv . d tux roll ol K-J-Jy County, tnireiht r win O i. interoit In- thereon an Wie cot of piildii-atioil. NAME O'tlG. INT. I't.B TOTA I iU i o.ST TAX Cai. bad Srh.Mil District. Albntton, Alv.i M. Ai. lerson, L. . Ai.jrell, Lewis . ... . ...

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. — 4 August 1916

Candil). J W Manda, K. A Manda, F. A Mandu, A. Muncy A Mount McClay. Owen 1 NAME ORIO. TAX Conner, Jim 14.61 Furmy, E. S 22.64 Holstein, C 1186 Mnn, Tom .. - 8.18 Mann, Han-ikon 62.62 Murrah, Will 23.96 Nation, J. E ....... 14.60 Sassin, Letha 13.68 School District No. 16. Acord, J. E . 31.75 Acord McClay 17.26 AlbarUon, joe 3.16 Allen, Wm 63.86 Allan, E. I 26.42 Artesia-Plains Tela. Co 67.34 Artaeia Alfalfa Milling Company ....424.80 Artaeia Canning Co.. ......... 1.66 Arteaia Publishing Co 28.00 Attebarry, J. R 83.36 Maker, P. M 18.68 Kail, John K 63.88 Barlow, S. M 13.81 lie.. ley, W. H 62.80 Beckham, J. II., Jr 140.04 Benson, WIU 47.80 Bifrler. E. N - 11.68 Bishop, Kit. of E. S 6.74 Biihop, B. A 6.84 Blihop, A. C. 60.70 Blackmore, Thoi. F 6.84 Boan, E. A - 9.91 BoRanarhuU, A. W 14.00 Bomrhner, C. K 10.67 Bourbonnais, Aaron F 106.10 Bnimmelsirk, A. li 69.16 Brown, C. M 47.66 Brown, Chai. 8. ..... 30.36 Brown, I. B 10.88 Brown, Gui 3.36 Bucklei, D. E 16.88 Cagle, Alt 3.74 Campbell...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 4 August 1916

ft,- . i ' I w v v i " lr. , ( mil Vil.. I"! .Ill 1 I a i' 'up iiei'iuna anil i-v. ni u iliU ill I"' otirl''!. llfl'y r . i 'it- ..i.:.-ti 1:.l. ii .ii. I lc nnlveiil If Hiere I .Mi.-t iliine i'r nene -It illi.n i , "MI'IHOUIST Clll'l II. , x , Tia Pfa'srtb 'L-íia.to at 7 P. M.. iwnh iff. iC.I ao l.-ajar .' 11.a .adras ly Ju.Ue Armstipnjt L of M(li tl.i .'-J --H reelvd GRASPIJ6 AT THE SRAOOVI 532 voting boang for JaTI ahH fAurt tonta t why doea woman lay aalda Iba Ira- T. V, BLACK MORE C. O. 8WICKARD aortaut thlnga In Ufa? Why leave tba The University of New Mexico aubalanca and grasp at tba shadow T Da It aald to tba credit of woman ' Na man especially tf ha I mar riedwould deny womaa aay right he demanda. Taha the earth and glva ua pasca, but why does woman long for the ballot? When all la aald and dona, la not tha aelec,tloji of the butcher mora Im portant to tha lióme than tha elertlos of a mayor; la not tha employment nt tha dairyman a far mora Important ABSTRACTS, INSURANCE or...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 11 August 1916

nnmt TWENTY-FOURTH TEAK. m é"a i m u TAIISILL DAM EARTH WORK GIVES WAY Last Monday about noon rain com mancad falling and at two in tha af ,tornoon tha streets of Carlsbad war Ilka ewaaU tha water in many placa . fcainr a foot deap. Water continued to tall all night and Tuesday morn ing Reclamation Jim found that 6.12 tad fatten. Thii waa tha heaviest rain in twenty yaara or mora in Carls bad, and it extended west to th bead of Dark Canon and, including tha rain of tha past few week or, since July 27, over 11 inches having; falla in CarUbad. Both tha Pecos aad Dark Canon ware up and tha only damage dona was to tha Tanaill dam over 150 feet of tha embankment on tha west having; washed away, which want out about daylight Tuesday, causing tha river to run around the west end of the concrete structure and will profcablf ueyessiiaU nü Hpeitf of about i,M9 to repair with con Crete wMoh wlU make the dam about 00 feet ait of concrete. This will make a substantial structure that will earry f...

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. — 11 August 1916

THE OHNEMUS SHOPS FOR TIIK BEST SMALL AND MOST ECONOMICAL CAR ON THE MAR. KKT, BEE THE NEW MAXWELL II-' I ., 1 . , . . J'1' It I - ' ' L Vi''. í - '-V. - - PER TIIK STI'DFH AKER THE JRKATK.HT ('Alt FOR SKKVICE ON TIIK MARKET. "CAN FIX IT" Kovermann's BOOT SHOP Carlsbad, N. M. FIRST-CLASS COWBOY BOOTS AM) SHOES Repairing Neatly and Promptly Don Cive Me Trial Order Parrel Poet Order All Repair Orders received by parcel poet attended to promptly and postage paid to return good. THIRTY-FIVE YEAR8 EXPER IENCE enable in la guárante mj work ln toe even know this iy. hid yni put know a b iv w i,i i .v i vó the pigs muí the lurtil.-., . whim? tliul owned II (In- hog mi l ,Wp? Iul you ever knew a boy ' i duln'' lido to have n room of llr v ilh it t-t ivi in it, i I'm. i May- htrre i'cii on II Jol.1 in tí lit ? hid y mi ever I. now a Ihiv tiki to have a In r -ii- uml Inn; : OWII? Iluw llill )'nU like tl for llu Iiiiim- uml buggy A ll ' Mill'! j i; I iln'l if '4i, t i 1 1 OFFICERS: E Hendricks....

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. — 11 August 1916

With the Coining of Early Fall and for the Whole Year For that CotUf Cornil Fonco Sleeping Porck Windmill Tower Grf Cement Construction and All Building Materials Our Treatment and Materials will Please You New Yard, New Stock COUNTY NEWS ITEMS Our readers will no doubt miss the Hems from Knowles this week which from some unknown cause failed to reach this offlc. JAL ITEMS. C. K. Auburg and wife returned from Nadine last week. G. A. Smith and family visited the orchards at Bsrstow this week. They report fruit plentiful but not enough to meet the demands. ' W. 8. Speer and W. E. Lester went to Pyote the latter part of the week after freight for C. W. Justis. Ed. Houston and family of Nadine were Jel visitors Saturday. Mr. Johnson and family of Eunice , visited at the home of J no. A. Stewait ' Saturday and Sunday. Max Vance went to Midland Tues day to meet his mother who will spend the balance of the summer among us. Mrs. Maud Weatheraby left Tues day for an extended visit to relativ...

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. — 11 August 1916

OfrgfllarlBbah Qhtrrrnt Wm. . HalluM. Kelkar mmi OFFICIAL PAPER EDDY COUNTY. Carlabad, N. M Friday Aag. 11.1IM. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. On year in advance .......$1.50 Sis month in advance 1.00 Three monthi, In advance 60 Sample copie, 6 cenia. ELECTION TUESDAY, NOV. 7. Ill Kor President WOOhROW WILSON. Kor Vice President THOMAS K. MARSHALL. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. STATE SENATE. DR. M. P. 6KEEN. REPRESENTATIVE. 1. 8. EAVES CARL B. LIV.'NüSTON. I: ir DM rid Attorney ROBERT C. DOW HHKRIFP. JOHN N. HEWITT and Belgium, and ii only yielding in Rumia, inch by inch, and forcing the etar to pay staggering price for ev ery foot of territory refrained. If Germany ii to be defeated, the German armies mutt be defeated and broken to pieces, and the piece muni be destroyed beyond the power of suc cessful reorganization. The capture by the Russians of Lemburg and Kc vJ, of YtHinigHtmrg and Posen, of Berlin itself, would matter little if the Germans were able to maintain a powerful army in the field....

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. — 11 August 1916

Taachy a an li barra. W mtmaam saawaty . é H CARLSBAD LOCAL ITEMS fe PWww . "sVktaiVsataa9VV" Snooks Gordon was down from tht ranch on business, Wednesday. J. S. Eaves Mint in from Lovington Wtdntsday and m registered at the Bala. - G. H. Co-wden of Midland eama in Wednesday by auto and will bt her fw day. r i ' A. C Kenath, of Arteria, who was appointed Jury commissioner, wa hr yesterday. Mita Pratt returned Monday night from an eitendsd visit to th Pacific eoaat and Victoria. M. E. Sewalt ram in from the plains country Tuesday and spent Wednesday in town. Mr. and Mrs. Farrell and Ruth cam - in from the ranch Tuesday. They left tht auto horn this time for a chant:. Tht iron war house of Joyc Prultt Co., has taken another spread and all Vie hay and salt is being stored else where. Mrs. Jack Heard of Knowles, spent week in Carlsbad visiting friends and relatives and returned horn yes terday. Carl Smith and sinter and Miss Min nie Jones joined a picnic crowd to the Tom Gray ranch, gon...

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. — 11 August 1916

CONFERENCE AT FORT COLLINS, COLORADO VERY IN. TERESTINC. From Farmer 's Exchange Bulletin. Th county agent has Just returned from conferenc at Fort Collins, Colorado. In attendance at thii con ference were all of the county reñía from New Mexico, Colorado and Wy. oming; extension worker of the three UUi; and a few from the Washing ton - office and visitors from other states. The object of the conference was to discus eitension work In general and to receive information that would b tar enable the county agent to carry on his work in his particular county. At the conference there were about 85 county agents. Each agent thought that he had Che beet county to work in ard that his problems were the snout difficult to solve and that in or dr to overcome certain outstanding difficult! it is up to the farmers of that section to work together to bring about a satisfactory adjustment of af fairs. Cooperation and organisation of the farmers and business men were found to be absolutely essenti...

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. — 11 August 1916

MRS. J. H. PAXTON KILLED , AUTO ACCIDENT. . IN , f (Clipping from Virgin! paper, data apparently Aug. 1.) Mrt. Kitty Fountain Paxton, of New M Ico, wa Instantly killed, and Ji. H. Faxto.i, her husband, sustained rioua internal Injuria, at 11:15 o'clock yesterday morning in an automohil accident, on tha Valley Turnpike near Burketown. Major R. G. Paxton, U. 8. A., retirad, brother of J. H. Paxton, NAMINO OF ROSWKLL ALDER MAN IS ISSUE CHOICE QUESTIONED. Although McWhlrt Received Major. Ity of tha Voire, Irreg- larlly la Charged Roawell, New Méx., Aug. 4, The question which Ros well ti discussing today ia whether or not A.W.McWhirt is a councilman or not from the Fourth ward, to All vacancy cau-ed by a reslgntion. That much-discussed vacancy In the o. a., rnvirvu, wnmicr i . .wti, imv mucn-tiiircusaru vacune in ne tht owner and driver of the machine,. Fourth ward caused by tha resigna. wa only ilightly injured. tlon of J. H. Mullís, who wa elected The accident occurred on the famous ' ...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 11 August 1916

ilUGHESTO AROUSE INTEREST BY TOUR Cotti Partías Await Results ot His Western Trip. CAN DRAW LARGE AUDIENCES f HI I Wort tll an UnMw anlned Factor In the Campaign ftv erybody Admita Waat la Important, hut New Vera. Ohia and Indiana May Decide. y ARTHUR W. DUNN. Maw Turk, Auk -Hm-UI J -Toe ra in (latan i 'iir of Mr. Iltighpo In now (ha uinat Interesting feature of tin polltlial altiikilon. Hold paiiH-a an- watting tlia reuil uf till wi-alern trip of the llepulillcan candidate, and Sha campaign manager will try to draw com lunliiiia from what lmiiis lo Iba atutía where Mr. Hughe liilka. It la trill- that wise kiIHIi Inim lung Mi decldwl that no one could Judge how tlia iiKyla ware going lu vol liy Hie alaa) uf the crowds Blaine wan a tremendous drawing card, and every body knowi that Bryan could Com out nd creator crowd tliau auy other public apeaker, tint ha could not Mil uiiugh volee lo eWct him In any of !hl three ratnpalgna. On the other aVand, lloosevelt not only could draw the rr...

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. — 18 August 1916

Ctóxwtí TWENTYsFOURTH YEAR. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1M. NUMBER 41 ir ST RIKE TO BE S . OFFICIALS BELIEVED WILLING TO CONCEDE EIGHT HOUR DAY DEMAND OF MEN. By Associated Press. Washington, August 15. President Wilson's efforts to bring the rail ros J manager and the brotherhood leaders f t together in some form of settlement .(if the differences which threaten a nation-wide railway strike, has, after two days of conference, progressed ' only to the point where a ground work for further negotiation he been laid. Railroad Concede 8-Hour Principle. Hope of arbitration of all Issues waned 4)day, but the situation was brightened by the possibility of a settlement being reached by the rail roads conceding1 the principle of the eight-hocr day and both sides settling collateral Issues by soma form of ne gotiations, a yet undetermined. Af- ter conferring with President Wilson tonight the employe's sub-committee aent to Now York for the 640 mem ber of the general committee to ...

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. — 18 August 1916

THE OHS SHOPS FOR THIS BEST SMALL AND MOST ECONOMICAL CAR ON THE MAR KKT. SEE THE NEW MAXWELL, pMa vW IS HKK Til K STCDFBAKFR THE (.NEATEST CAR FOR SERVICE ON THE MARKET. "CAN FIX IT" MANY IN CAHIXBAD TRY SIMPLE MIXTURE. Many Carlsbad people ri surprised art tho QUICK action of Himplo buck thorn hark, glyrerine etc.. an mixed in Adler-i-ka. Thin Himple rnmedy i. 1 1 on BOTH upper and lower bowel, removing such MirpilKing foul mat ln that K SPOONFUL relieved tlmost ANY CASK -onitipiitlon, ou stomach or gait. A few doses lien nlieve or prevent np-pendiciti. A rhort treatment help'i chronic taiy action of Aillcr-i-ka i.. aitmish ing. The Star Pharmacy. Kovermann's BOOT'iSHOP Carlsbad, N. M. FIRST-CLASS COWBOY BOOTS AND SHOKS Repairing Neatly and Promptly Dona. Give Ma a Trial Order Parcel Poet Order AU Repair Orders received by pa real post attended to promptly and poeta ge paid to return goods. THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPER IENCE enablea ma lo rearante) i OFFICERS: E Hendricks, Pres. Morgan...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 18 August 1916

Iw With the Coming and for the For that CotUf Corral Fono " Sleeping Porck Windmill Tower Garaf Cement Construction and All Building MatariaU Our Treatment and Materials will Please You New Yard, New Stock COUNTY NEWS ITEMS KNOWLES LOCAL. (Arrivtd too 1st for publication in last Friday's Currant, but always good.) Green Ussery, one of th valley ranch men was a prospector in Know les last week. E. C. Curtis, the Lamosa mechanic was over from that point, having a look at his fsrm near town. Fred Willhoit, the hustlisg farmer from the west, wss in tows trading this week. J. R. Groves, the young cow man from the northwest, was in to see ut this week. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roberts were in town visiting one day this week. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hardin came In from the ranch north of us doing some shopping this week. Mr. and Mrs. Psrry And rus came in from their home place north of us, doing some trading last Thursday. Miss Annie Laura Hart, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Miller returned ...

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. — 18 August 1916

gtf (ílarlBbahqiurrrnl Wa. H. ManwMt Mlur tmi Mmm arria al paVer'eiwFcóunty. CkrbM, N. M, Friday Ag. IS.ltlt. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. On year in advance $1.60 Six monthi in advance 1.00 Three month, in advance ... .60 ttempl copies, 6 renta. The Current ii thin week making an effort to (five it readers a full half a cant's worth of reading on each of it eight pages, or four rent' worth In the whole paper. Quite a number who are in airear will mint the paper this week ai their r.amea have been re moved from the lint and nevera! mora will come off next week, for tht Cur ent it to be a pay in advance paper to one and all alike. It seems proliahle Juiit now that hn republicana of New Mexico are going to forget the Herviré rendered their party by Senator Catron over a pe riod of half century and throw him into the discard next week. New Mexico republican are nothing if not grateful. crete both below and above, which will again give Carlsbad the beauti ful lake that the flood hai tempo rarily...

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