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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 24 February 1900

A MINNESOTA FARM Iflltt WFIltES OF WESTERN CANADA WHERE HE IS NOW LOOATKD. Tli rarme In lilt Nutshburlmntl Are lleinr llaiittlly Taheu Up by furutar ilaiiileHle of the Unlleil Htatet. The following extract from a letter written to Mr. IlenJ. Davlcs, Canadian government agent at St. I'aul, Minn.. (ra ats excellent Idea of what la said Of Western Canada by those who have gono thereluring the past two or throe rears, "When we first arrived here and took up our hornet on the prairie near yateshoro, Assa,, for a short time we had n lit of the 'blue,' but now all hands are settled to business, lialr, hearty and contented, enjoying the flnost winter we havo ercr seen. We have got very comfortably situated, with considerable preparations for n rop, and all hopeful. 1 think this Is a very fine country, and If tho past ma son's crop la not an exception, which they claim not, 1 believe this Is going to bo the wheat field of (ho Weit. It Is filling up fast. In this township last spring thero we...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 24 February 1900

W it M UI.LANB, NUMhtr. CARLSIIAD, FIELD, RANCH. QAHDIiNt Plata POPULISTS SPLIT. Nsliocal Committeemen Disagreed end Field rubWsH oat disappears. Wheat prospects tult Palo county fanner. Chicken rskws are attlrety prepar ing for spring sotting. I.amar county farmers are sharing more land this your. The rwent rnlnfnll In tho vltlnlty of Flatonln exceeded tire InahM. The railed SUiM batilMhlp Texas lias Joined the American flMl erf lit. Thomas. Ilange rattle are mM to h In ex ceptionally good condition In CotUfc county. j r. Smith of UIk Spring raid to Hcott Phillips, 14W yearlings al t17, and 000 2-year-olds at III. Klatonln gardeners My they will ship out twelve cars of cabbsge, bsglMiilNg March 1. A lot ut rattle from Alvnrndo sold at St. I,ouls severnl days ago at 1.10. They averaged 1318 pounds. Fisher county stockmen nnil farmers havo plenty of feed to onrry their stock through tho balance of the winter. Farmers around Midlothian, In Kills county, are purchasing In rue qiinutltl...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 24 February 1900

0 n Could Hardly Breathe "I bid i terrible cold mi could turtJIy breathe. I then tried Ayer's Cherry Pectonl ind it give mc immeditte relief. I don't believe there is i cough remedy in the vorld inyvherc neit is oood." W, C Ltyton, Sidcll, 111., Miy 39, 1899, Nigh Cures t Colds TftiiTtramt' How will your cough be tonight 7 Worse, probably, For it's first 1 cold, then 1 cough, then bronchitis or pneumonii, ind at list consumption. Coughs always tend downward. It's first the throat and then the lungs. They don't naturally tend to get "well. You have to help Nature a little. You can stop this downward tendency any time by taking Acer's Cherry Pectoral. Then taic it tonight. You will cough less and sleep better, and by tomorrow at this time you will be preatly improed. Vim ran rrt a Hitull .ttt of Arrr't the M rnt lwi H licllrr. I 'or ctx-uy I'k toril, now, lor it vent: fur tun! mngtik, Itronrhli rlitniilr ,.., i nrm.nmplMi. nml lo Vrrn imi (mail, tba Sl.oo alse l limit ft.ttlllM.atnl t...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 24 February 1900

V iilGflPiticifiOPMPiiit, TARIFP tAX ON WOOD PULP A OOSTLV ONC May Oniup.l NNtierilM tn Vr Mf for Tliolr CJounlrj Wwpir - Th Cry (or III IntUnl iUttral U Try Uadrp.r TriMl Koblioty. Ttotr are w; eacltialva, muHMM hy lb Hfatent tariff tax on wood pulp and iirtnlltix paper Mould hi, raj pealed, unit tltece li no reason In-tnq intereat at American Industry that pleadt tor the. continuance ot thoaq Uie, They ar nnw alwuly an W tnent f rofcltrr unilar' aolor at law; and they should u ft.ieud from QUt untate. Tho MMr truer In now taxing U iiftwtfnr and book jmWtabers at rountrr many mimosa, not booaiiM any rack actual Inertae In tho cost b procuring paper but hooaiiM tho trust uw tha pflwer to (tart from tha purj haar of napar up ui Uta extent that wmli! make tarlir-uxeil foreign paper nd r ilp cheaper than the prlw mmm)) here. Thie 'ria. hm played ltd o h-oi" of extortion to the uttarmoat, uad umatoaa xtiont'l at once reinore th 'ix that proi t.t nn American In .ntr and that ha ber.oHie ...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 24 February 1900

0 LOCAL.. Mr. Mohrhardt nHho Toxiw Ilrow Inpll., wos Id town last Mtttntoy. S. Caspfrl ana Mrs. DletrlolioC NaaJt adoolMi La., nro the gnosis4 nf Mr. and MrsX It. O'Qulnn. .Totf-floHnds has the flnest lot of sam ples ever Men In Carlsbad. lloyiiwnd T. Moore n nephew .(ft A Moore of Dark onnnii wehe arrived last week and will purehaso land In 4bo lnver vullny tntnrt a itock fitnn. rt'litunrrest .of almrloy Wation for onlUn theft .mt wock near Floreitse it the-.only rMl sensation lately. Ilu ,gavo a bend for 81,000 signed by W. U. Woorbor nml T. F. Jllnokmort. Tito bond k as Mood M jfoki though Walton may no how up until the next twin of eouri. This In ono of lit ptorogmlvr a criminal enjoys In 2?ew Muxleo. .11 o may give a band and should lio fati to appear at tho flnt Ltorm of court Judgement mny lit) tektn against the signers but they have un til tho first day nf the next term to do- I liuna IIiuIm tnMti lltlt tlll I1ttlllll1ltail. Iloco.tol,aynov 'ru3 nr "c 'Vn; Jy bo tlie plan of...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 24 February 1900

Causti Sf the Fall of the Great Roman Nation. FOR H WOAAH'S WORK. HOW THE FlflST ONE WAS BS TAILI8HE0 IN NEW YORK. THE SPREAD OF THE IDEA. 4 -BY DAVID A, CURTIS. I VICTIM Of TUB GBEBD FOR MONEY, It I now ncnrljr n score of years tttco n bvo1nut Impulse In tho ao tire tirnln of n woman took nctlvo form aud ramiltad In mi Inntttutlon which has dine great good to thousands nf other uemuu. Thu Institution U call ed thu Now York ISxrhanse Kor Wo tucti Work, find while It I not con nected with nny of tho numerous other similar exchanges that have heon es tablished lu various clttos nil ovtr tho country It li fairly otitltll to bo cull til the imreut organisation, allien It was tho forerunner of tho other, and tho othtre are practically modeled after It. 2i way of Its birth was thin: Mra. II. L. Cliente, Vr'iiv of t!iy VS.')' kijnwii William U. Cheate. happened, ono day In n fancy goods store, to mo n Indy of re.Mttmueiit ntid eiilturo selling homo fins needlework of her own literally nt s...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 3 March 1900

ettlOonnly BsxllO t die l .3IAvA; BAD CUMElSIT. mlwoijiayari. - 1 awa-wat D i. CARLSBAD SALOON J la . r .or. 'i J If AT GARLSBAT), NEW MEXf0O, SATURDAY, MARCH, 3, 1900. NO. 17, aat, ,,,, f a a'raaa'af rVj t a I Live Territorial News, La Jit 1 1 ( CIGARS, , J CASE ClOODS. V . -1 nail "fi CIRCULATING MEDIUM. 9Ut Crtttlt Mower Cowld Ha nllrt II llvwr War nmont(l4. There an la existence 1S40,000,000 or crtdll money, called Butt e1 Blntes Botes, the existence of every dollar of which li duo to tht fact that wo liavo not enough circulating medium with out those notes. Every dollar of thoio Botes could be retired by the tubstltu tlon Of tbo silver dollar or the silver certificate, and thui tbero would be n demand which tbe government could create for 1340,000,000 mora of silver, I am freo to say that If tho law Drovld fug for the freo coinage of silver were passed today, under President M0KI11 ley's administration, with the secre tary of tho treasury discriminating against silver, as ho ha...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 3 March 1900

TUB CURRSHT. WM. II. 1IULLAKE QfflcM taper or,Efldy',CoiBty. Pttbllihtd rrtrf Saturday at Carlibad. N ana tnitrru a zaa ciate man Hitttitiii .Mis. 3, 1909. , i. flUntCltttTION RATS. TTRRXLY Br rati) per iin 11.00. (W mu jriuwt'uiiii 1 1 AO. Tho Hit of stock glvon In by the owners and published this week for Mr. I'eter Corn or MeMlhlif, wlil make tntorestlng reading for many who Jrjiow thonndJtlons existing In Kddy bounty at' present. Aluny sautes hare led to this con dition of affairs, Qno of which Is tho fact of tho corporations being" uiemp. Ifil by law for 4 pertain period. This exemption ot taxation has worked an lojui) to thn coiiipaoles ttiemse,ves for tho stock owners readily seized upon tho company axe mptions a an exctiho for withholding' stUck fYom tho assessor, nuil not without sumo Jrutlcc in their act This In tain has thrown the cost of conducting the count ou the only property In Aghi, tho farm lands and town property nnd n few honest stock rfipn, In conso quenro the I...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 3 March 1900

'.. . . - . . . i SSSSSSSS . 1 ... - . . : 111 in i " . imuwi nniiuni unnwc.ni I tvnillB Uf K.VUIIY VMh.llb. I TOOTHACHE .1 ' CRONJE COURAGE. .fse 'I J m 1 lt Uocr General's Bravery Seems to Cnthusg'llls Men AND THEY STILL TIGHT AWAY. J hi Doers' Wili Cronje Appear to Not lie la di Dad Condition at flrjt Newt ' Wodld Indicate f ltidon. Feb. 28.-8:30 i. m. Per- v Jiever before In tho courw of th pre '. .jrlijW.lin hlM ?ueh crowds visited tim warofflce off Went there yesterday. As tho Times remark to-day: 'The dearth of now It tomewhat trying at o Hints when ft oomlilorablo sneaes was generally regarded as Immluont." Mo dlmtlhlHon of confident In Urd ItOberts la felt, however, and the pub lic li ready to bellevo that lie has good tescona far not mentioning Oen. Cronje in iiieofriclal dispatches. Probably lie . Ii In no hurry t6 cud tho rliuntlon which la daljy bringing nmnll parties of Jwra la n vain'' wideitvor to fjjnforre Oen. Cronje. These ho can deal with lu detail. ' t lxihl Hub...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 3 March 1900

W.II M UI.LANE, PubMihtr. OAIUeBDAD, N, M. TBXANETTB8. CRONJC GIVES UP. The Doer General Torccd to Turn Over Himself and Men Mftstffleld is ts have electric lights. Five prisoners brsko jail at Tcxar kana. Jatksbsro is to bavo a total option cteetlsn. Ileovlllo cithern Intend MtAlilliblnic several factories, A largely attended pra-Decr mooting ws held at Dallas. Frotl Fleming la erecting a $10,000 residence at Cvnleana. antetrvllle Is to hare a new sohosl building ts cost 16,m lletween fifty a hi) sixty eniM f men Im are reported near Qmnbttry. Tli e OMtafllee at Orphan Heme, Dal las county, wan robbed and N0 taken. Itthil Vesey, 10 yMra old, redding with tier widowed mother uear lurU, was burned to death. The nrc-yenr old twin children et Mr. and Mrs. Munn, living near Oeergetewn died of dlphthorla. Denlsen Lmslnses men are ondonver Inn to hare the Cotton Ittlt and Ian (a Io lino enter that r'ly. Two Waco boys, Cnpt. Lamudln and Lieut. Winston, were In the battle of Albny, Islstwi ...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 3 March 1900

.. 40 rv Man haa Anger, that Mntaihlng may Hp IhrmiRh fer mhm. Hnrw Ht.w II v Himself. Queen Victoria frequently visits lier tenantry on (lie llatmnral estates, and a tittle book could l written nhotit the romantic meetings of queen nml peaa ant. On one occasion Iho queen cnlled on n eertnln old rrofler nmt his wife, and wni as usual received whh ex treme eoturidoratton. The day happened to lo mlaty nrfd very disagreeable, nml the RUlldwIfe brought a glass of whisky to tho queen, which the rnynl Inily grac iously put to her Dpt. The Kiildwlfo of tho houie with Highland liospllnllty prwued the queen to "tak It nfl, for the day was eauld and wect," to which her tuldmsn rejoined: "Tool, wumman. dlnna preM her ma jesty! she mebbe had a drop aforo ahe cam' here." Abnnt Sour lint. Borne men will bur two or three black derby hati n season, and llictie will always look rutfy nnd old. Other men will buy not more thnn one n year, and that will never loso its deep and brilliant gloss. "I'll te...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 3 March 1900

KANSAS CITY GETS lie Democratic Nflliiinl Woven tlon by a Urge Vote. NATION'S NATAL OW THE TIME. tsffikee'i frltftdf Worked Nlthfiill), but Their ((fori! Here f rulilr n -Cw mm Took Attire Pjrt. Washington. rli 21 -Th next na tional Doraemile intention will be held at Karma a. City. Mo . July 4. This wu tho dictate ot th IKtwocralia m Uuosl cammmee.whi'h met at the lie. 11 Kaletftfc Thursday to Us the lime tad place of holding the oavenlion. Milwaukee wa th inly othr city which competed for the honor o( en tertaining the ronvntin and the poor allowing she mad whan 'ha voU was Utken (the resul i1.tn Kansas Hty 40, Milwaukee ' iiao. general stir Hire. The claim if the rUal -ll a to hotel a "i it"iUtlon. rtiUsy und telegraphic fi. iltu.,4 were prraent il n open tor. dy i I'aontallve of cacti city, nl 'i.-iiint y In mnu live reunion. Gov W. J Iton. la Imlulf at Kan sas nty, ami Nut In mi I .'uninllt4ju.aii K T. Wnll. on b-dialf .if Milwaukee, ex plained the llimnclal ImtiicetaefiU which...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 3 March 1900

--ft - wri " p mi . y ,a..a..y. "JIN. 'Yy.T.'yto.y? - --x-rj 4 I , t.p,lrgrUt of McMillan, w&s In town ftjoniiny, A hcaprauow f between PottalU 'and Awlrlllo Monday, mf Henry Angtl has bought Into the jnarkct with Win. Stonti, Cltegutor services at the Methodist phurch tomorrow (Sunday). Fire destroyed three saloons arid con tents In Pof tails last week. Ji you want e bargain in a piano It wMJW you to pall at th ofpee, J.'li. Duffy and family left for tholr fild horqe in Jacksboro, Tox., th Uoc'le fleo. While was tiers thla week from Hagerpaan lopklng alter,. c,ourt WW Mr. and Mrs. A.Bchnledcr of Pheul havo a new daughter at their- home who arrived Thursday about Midnight. Mr;, and Mra,. Franfc Jones of Rocky Anoya riiqlcejn the advent ot a pew tpn pound son at their home the CUh. Mr. Skoals returnod the last of the week from atrip to tha- Unadalupos where ho found some very fair sign of copper ore. Our Sunday v, tailors and citliena are !ordlally ltyltetl to worship at tho lupt...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 3 March 1900

iBSilKlBaHSSillSI'J IB - CELERY TALK. fnrfare rnliurs tit Dnnlilr Ilims With n Slannre Mtilcli. AprojHH of setting celery for foil ami winter crops In the notttb, T. (IrvnliT, a man of ninrk In the garden ing fraternity nf the north, meditate fit TnKoiiiTnxxrn irnxw . on pint nu'1 present methods of celery cultlhv ftft-r tin' following fnsblou re corded in Farm and I'lroildo: Tlio method usually employed (hero ! to plant 111 beds tlx feet wide, with alloys of name width between ench two beds, The apneo for the plants I slightly excavated, nay four Inchon df-oji. And the planta nro act In row flproM tlii bed. which rows nro one foHt ntwrt, while the plant In tho row nro net nix Inches npnrt. The bed In tmn gradually filled up with earth frfiln tlii nlley. Tho prlmo condition .of aueeosa In growing celery thus close Ay tugrther li nil excoss uf available p'-nt foixlH In tho soil. It la not enough Hint wc uso plenty of tunnuro In the Jbtl, but thin mu nitre should b old m la. Wfttt riX...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 10 March 1900

Bit Costili Bs HO 1 Its II CARLSBAD CURRENT o -j .-Avjt 0L. VIII. i , '. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY? MARCH 10, 1TO NO. 18. ARLSBAD 'SALOON BARPIOLD tt OANTRULL, Proprietors mm Iwi WINGS. ? ClOAliS, CASK O00DS. A LOCAL irrlmoro was In' lovVh Mtjff ptcd, a Mon," Sunduy morning it Hid Jlaptlst church, . w id Mrs. C. O. Mcrriflclil'i fr tiVttbcfl, Is III with bronchitis,. Bid Mrs. Jit. M. JdhnsIWi Ifaye ' sick llttio glrlu Willi pnoninb- Csher tlio urbano and opulent om tlio Caption country Is in alii this week ... Im J Murray and son, Jack, ro Thursday from nn oxtonded ho Mty ot Moxluo, visiting Mr Hughes received n broken nrm If) K. feed yard Wednesday hn by a blind horse tunning 1 him. Jopuhllcnns met nt tlio coujt i thuir regular pow wow Just r i!nv nlu lit nnil elected A. N. 111! VJVII .IVIinifll- ir -ivjuu S county at tho territorial con- to moot In Socorro, id Mrs, Jock Wilson rejolco inrrlvalof a lino ttirl at thulr Sunday afternoon. Mother id uru doing well, whllo Oiu Itlnk...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 10 March 1900

1-- THS wit. It. M V hi. A NK OfHcUl Paptr of Eddy CoBDjy. ruilieaaH erary Saturday nt rletwa, M j a no rflif rM as Jew el mall matter tUTUitnit M . . 1 0, Iffi. rtt'fttttT.IPTIUil JK1TR8. 'VRRKLY-n mill Mr tHrrtl.... toy ml'. ptt lx mwdHU. TheLflhtl l.cnso HIM. WaklilngioH, llurcli 2.-SeuHter Car ter of Montana, presented the memo rUi ( the govwnota df Dm western Utra,it(iUtlit( liit the trill In- tjodnewl in cnnKtew jirovlilltiR for Uip IcMtnK f tli public lands for (.ration pfirtroe, I'm lor autd thete wm mi probability of nciy audi bill jmtoliiK, Hint to, order to piiVOft f uf titer nfjIUtloo, he hopd UiuMl.Trfjitld 9ml eternal Ut. TUN jljkl inli JfKtBiHtlon wssjoitrery to tn Kovcrn mental ollcy anil would naver be on neted lloatr j( Washington who In troduced lit tijtl, in Id he hod tie In tention of preiilnx It If It metU with ttn apiml'.tin fit tit ftop'.p. 'itjv thet life national lento luw li Uyj wi ll disposed of, it btthoove stockmen on lira eeat ake tif the river in (hav...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 10 March 1900

BOBS AND BOERS. The Dalllsh General Confronted by Ills Opponents. GXCLLUNT TRANSPORT SERVICE Ol Cta. Robtrii Surprlxi Military Aulhrl tttft Lively Operation! Mill Probably Soon be Remmed. London, Marsh 3. I.oril Ilobortn. at "Oafonteln, alx or eight mile oast of j'aardeberg, tnsos the reformed Hoer army, GWO or C000 strong. This may bo merely a corps of observation, In tending to retire on preimred positions. UeulilfoM It li recelvln,- nocretlons from tile lute liMltgtn nt tailysmHIi nml ilwm othor points. Whatever the foreo may t:o, Lord Iteberts linn ample trooiw ot cope with iU As a heavy rslu li falling on the veldt nml the greet Is Improving, this will he a good thing temporarily tor the Doors. Kard ltehorle line surprised ubeorvera by (ho excellence ot his transport dtir ing tho Unit advance and ho In likely to do bo again, although military mon hero think ho mint wait somo days ho fere going further. Tho Uoors preeumahly will tiso thin delay for nil It li worth, pulling tlinl...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 10 March 1900

W.H M ULLAXB, lMlhr. OAItrllAI), N, M, TEXANETTK3. (Islncsvllle wants a eotien mill, fltamferd Is to hs.ro a large tite1. Aepcraont had a violent sand starm. Herrlek's hotel at Itoand Ileek burn ed. Hherman la to bare a lame brisk waning phat O. W. naker, a ptaieer of Cwirll county, It dead, Iran anil bra thieves are aperttt Ing at (teratoma. J. I". Warren, a prominent elthen of Dalhv, died suddenly tnm apaulexy, Mm, Lolltlia M. Summers, a resi dent of Nacagriaehea Hace l&ftl, I dead. Mfly Tixxm aa usual visited Mar dl Orns at New Orleans and tome went to MoWIp. Hen. Itebort II. Ward, lata assist- ant nttamey general, hat gone to San Antonio to reside. Ceals tt Ilryan'a Mure at Mllferd, Hills county, was entered a ad ftM worth of ekitblng tMkeii. The Tuns and Pacific Hallway earn imny will toon begin the erection of the 1110,000 car shops and toH)t at Ma rah a II. A Usptlat mass-meeting will lie held at Greenville on the lilh awl lllh to consider lalaatotwry aad edacsllonal matt...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 10 March 1900

1 Half good wont do! I A " may-cure cough medicine won't do. If it Wtll "perhaps" do its work, it's worse than worthless. If it's good, it's worth ten times its price. Do you know where to draw the line between the 1 good and the bad? This testimonial should help. "I had a Iwd rough for alx weeks and could tint find any re lief whatever. My little rUI read about Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral lie IncMich a wonderful remedy for coughs, w I taught a bollle. It relieved me nt once, llefore I had taken a tnarter of a Ixittla my rough vrev rnllrcly cured. I think It li the rwwt wonderful cough mixture ever known." I. HwvN, Ncnwgton, OnU May j, 1899. President Oilman of Johns Hopkns tinlmMty made a plaa Ueioro the Maryland senate's finance committee Wednesday for an appropriation ef 110.000 for the university for two years more mutltMilHR the aid gtren liy H'o Ini tlejsisiaturc. It roc la $100,000 n yonr come la )n round number. J 180.000, (o keep up the university, and lla In Irnlng a yearly dtt...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 10 March 1900

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