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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 17 September 1909

. limii ni Mini town nt t arlahail; l.ul ( I iioHiinii in Ihia nrii'mitn e ahull I r con I mnit il to meun that the town may Hot lew tut ni i iiiiatinii lux nn all aucli vu '' In, 'In in H, I. Iii on to tin iKitraüún j lee atmve f.rot .. il '' I Seettmi 11. Anv t ianii vii'l.itlm.', 1. ri'i;!., iii,(j nr ri'finii"ir co'ii.y with I the i r. tei.'iia i f li.i.t oini, unce t 'mil I' he llei'ineil lili V l l a ITlis.l, me' nl , I i ami iim n i i.ii vi.'l Ion thi'tenf, nhall I c n lili, 'I in i mi in in 't Ivaa thnti .Mil nor F BH arte- OYSTERS in Saetee Prop and most of the work . J Joyce-Pruit Co. For Comfort Style and economy we know we are your friend wlien you allow us to pell you a pair of our "Red ( . r oss shoes. We carry a complete line in Kid, Calf and Patent I rather and in the 1 hey are FUl'e to please you. Our Shoes Are the lines we carry that are huilt for us under this name and we guarantee them. I hey are for men, women and ( hildien. None are heller for ihe price we ask ...

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. — 24 September 1909

Ricr Stretal- Pararle iéf Otuntf Jet I U'vJ.L 1 CARLSBAD NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24 1 009 NUMBER 45 SEVENTEENTH YEAR PLAINSROAD FIRST EFFECTIVE MOVE TO BUILD A LONG FELT WANT COMMERCIAL CLUB MEET ING ENTHUSES New Life Into the Most Import ftnnt Project in the Life of This Section. The party comtxwed of Messrs. W. M. Kerr, Joe Cunningham, J. L. Emerson and R. M. FesHen den, which recently made the trip to Knowles, Monument and Seminole, in the Kerr auto, re turned Wednesday, greatly en thused over the business possi bilities which are now opportune in that new and rapidly develop ing section. They realize the value of trade connections be tween Carlsbad and all the new towns on the Plains and the need of better transportation facilities. At a called meeting of the business men of the town in the Commercial club rooms, yester day afterniHin, a large number of the representative business men were present and ways and means discussed by which the trail,- which now iroes to Texas c...

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. — 24 September 1909

a Dona. I . ; . " ...'..l...l Nmfl- I, f .ll. I. M I ' ,...,,l .. I I I'"" Si:.'. I1' IiCCii I t '' ill' ' ' I, 1,1' ; 1 . II. . I Mil' ' "' in to tw.'iii.v .ara if alfnlfa. TIip a. i i hup h IipIihi ).'rly InrrcaHcil Imi lili II fililí, fur Mlmrl nf miiivlnt Dip . I I iilll l f-III i II I MI, l IM- II I PL III . a IIII -l I" " ii,i 1 1 ill, 1 1 0 ii'.t t. ful i... I" v a i.l nr at' 'I I.l" th. '. I th fuiiMry win "tiKhtiuir i ,m ",M ,,l,"h ,h"1 M ,rt ru,u l1 k i ihr rnu menta, livaiilaa livuitf prívala jn.truc ' an avrrai; valnallua of Wad vtWIna ta Muala. klaur I. W. V. Kaaaau in baUdtoc tha Baauraad ruad Ibraxtah iba iuuo tan at aurttMva 1 uaon. I'billin-lD la pHnla, .ataa uUtead 4u .aluda iba cbaf Mlar of bla il.UU uartaa rmphiyaaa and a4m imUw awtbud uf daraliMjitac tratar adVU-o, IU fowA Ibat aiaak aa ttw baxal Ineeiitt. tu aorh Ha bad a hand follow tha fauna taamar Ka-a wi4 and play aa tha Me ararted Itvia laborara worth lOranta a .day éraalapad a m inaa -atajar! nuh'bbiaa wu...

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. — 24 September 1909

T onoocKxoooonaotooaQOoooaaao n tvr ! QOODOOOo town Weilne- Nate Roberta wh day from I 'earl. Id J. T. Quarles of Itoswcll wa a bu Ines visitor In ("hi IhIhkI Hila cck. Tom hihI Mies KtlH MIiIiIIpIoii were here Hutuidny, friuii the Mniiiitiilti. ; Dr. Black, of CJuccn, ha Ketit ev eral ilnxs hi Citilshiid 1 1 miisih IImk bii- IlK'UB. I.. (I Kulleli n( Itoswcll ns In the f I'y the cm ly pail ul tl.e wick on bus lues. The little ilmijtlit-r of Mr. mid Mr. F. K. Little in lepoiied hk heinr ipiile III tilín week C. O Mci nli. hi wlm Iiiib licen very III Willi I lllltli 1 1 .4- polHIIIltlll' 1 1 i il"l week or "o Is muí It limit o mI. Mi II W. Selléis i aun- in lust week froiii lii-r Louie ni Knowles tn ii I on il the t'liiint;iii'iia Krcil M nil nomci y nn. wife weic here hot .-tnim dtiy from llielr ran. i neiir llluc Spiini:. Lewi K Kos IK I ' ji v 1 1 1 if tun of aifalfa plante I mi his plan pille BfillltieaBl of low ll. acre. II wt Mr. I II Mum luii.i left Momia) nun nine for nie-B i...

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. — 24 September 1909

W IIIU !! 1 .ll,.CT.ISlii. r...4 - - . i- Joyce-Pruit Co. Joyce-Pruit Co. Millinery It is at the fall of Autumn leaves that one is con stantly beiny re minded that the hat is next to he considered. It is the art of the fin der that makes the hat a beauty or spoils altogether that natty, desired aifei'l. V íVe are very enthusiastic over our department this season, as we have for your inspection and criticism over 150 hats, lanvíinií at a un)d showing of $3.00, $4.00. $ ).0(), $0.00 and or up to the stric tly patterns that are of the eastern and( foreign Meas, as taken by our managers Irom the ihoisesl shops, while in St. Louis and New Yotk markets, I .l. i ill' l.lil. In tool ill till III ! ill (..' M il Joyce-Pruit Co " II V iCiitil iour ri(c" xá. Hnrfm drilima In l njn n"'i-ry : If tho ImhI.v nf tlir rimil In to l- kopt In a ilry ikII Ion n il Is nrriiiiiiilixli! lit liming lhn mrf'ton nf stud form Hull i,lT fulling ll.ll It III iill kly I rim luti) the gntii-r t'iiiliTi'r.iln HI 1...

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. — 1 October 1909

tldf Count? Jirl ABOQntM SEVENTEENTH YEAR CARLSBAD NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY, OCTOBER I. 1 909 NUMBER 43 prick or a son.. Mum Xelcrllnn frnin the l.ertsre nt the lireat Nebraska. Ileceall) Itcllierre la Koswrll. 'Tonight, my subject I, 'The Crli e of a Soul' ami I do nut know how nwiiiy people's feeling I tiltil hurt. How ever. Uil I a great ubect. The fai t that Christ uaed It In a uhject prove that, for he never spoke on little, un Imixirtant thing. No one can ever add to what ha aald. "Kor He aald that on one lile you can take all that the world can con tain, all the rame to wnn n a man may ailra. all the hnpplnes he t an ovet and place on the other aide tila aoiil Then he naked the question. 'What ahall It profit a man to gain the whole world If he lone hla aoul?' "Home have though thin a iiestlnn of the next world, a question lo be considered on the Sabbath alone or by miiilHlera alone. Sating the Sutil. ".IiihI a we pul the aoul above all tiling elae. so we build up iharactei every a...

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. — 1 October 1909

The Carlsbad Current CarlshaJ 'Printing Co. , Publuhtr. Um II Miiflar. I'rr. IMai Hini')Ni sa per annum Carl.bad.N. M. Frly Or.. I. 1909 t'mtinA nrrnf eathh"hfarl N wwihr 14, 1M Nm M.a.r, C.in entrlthaMl Maty IX. IVnft Th1w Br MiJbliiMMklnlkn II, Ií1 O.fkW PdKT of fdJy County. Offlt ldl Pdpor of (he City of Carlsbad K very citizen of Ividy county ami the entire I Veo Valiey m uriwl to combine huninena and ll(aMure and come to Carlnhad next week and tay all week. The Firemen' tournament it self will le worth coming for, hut Tuewlay will he circus day, hoMidcn the newspaper men will he a "cimiV in themselves. They an- all hmI. lively, jolly fellows, and nu will he k'íi'I yu cime. I IMI.MlWt III ritoi.llt will', The fnllutt Ii.k t (i t r v ) vk wn- i j 1 1 111, e. I in tin .-.ii, lii I V M It ji i, from Mi I. . nl. it un II,.- inn 'HI Illl c ligllir.-t Mr Su 1 1 it ii iiilt-n Kiful . iiii. un- n, the iinKii-r.f ii nr." of hi Im.iii. iiii, r I - l,ii, n M i, ,ii,,,,ii,i,.,U n, ,,,H prom...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 1 October 1909

Women9 s Secrets 1 TWtt hi on man in th United Stale who ha prhp heard mor women' eert than any other enan or romea in the country. The secret ar nut Mrret of gsjdt or (ham, hut the tec reft of suffering, and they hav Keen confided to lr. M. V. fierce in th hup and spectation of advio and blp. Thai few of tha women hav been disappointed in their ex pectation ia proved hy th fact that nineiy-eiilit per cent, of all women treated hy Lf. r'ierc liav been ahMilutely and altogether urd. Such record woold he remarkable if th cea treated were numbered by hundred only. But when that record applies to th treatment of more than halt-- mil lion woman, ia a praotio of over 40 year, it ia phenomenal. and nt ill Dr. Piare to th gratitud accorded him by women, a th (rat of peoiaiiat in lb treatment of women' disease. Kry tick woman may conault Dr. I'ierc tty letter, absolutely without eharg. All replica ar mailed, eealed in perfectly plain envelopes, without any printing or advertising whatever, u...

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. — 1 October 1909

Program of New Mexico Firemen's As sociation and Pecos Valley Press Association, Carlsbad, New Mexico, Oct. 5-6-7 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5th. 9.00 h. m. Pharmacy Hoard at Schlitz Hotel. 9:00 a. m. Convt-nlion New Mexico Firemen' AsHociation. 9:30 a. m. Members of Pecos Valley frena Aswx-iation meet in Otmmercial Club for transaction of huaineM. 10;:t0 a. m. (lorpwiua Free Street Parade by Cam(l)ell Bros. Show 12:0i noon I inora Camplx-H Knm. Show open. 1:00 p. m. Crand ferformunee by Campbell Hroa. Show. 't.OO p. in. H;i'lull (íame. 7:00 p. m I iiHr.s Carnpbell J.ron. Shown open. ;00 p. tn. (Iianil I'erforinance by CaniplM-ll 1'ron. Shows. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6th. !M i a. m. I'liai iii.'icy I'.onnl at Sclilit. Hotel. 9:00 . m. I'niiM'iition of Fire Chiefs. 9. .ft a. in. Meeting feeos Valley Press Association for traneac t iin of business. 11:00 a. in. l.;i'MT Climb. 11 :' a. m. Siiik'l'' Coupliinf. 1:00 p. in. Kxctirion by Pecos Valley Press Association to Carls bad Project in Automobiles....

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. — 1 October 1909

DEVELOPING THE HEIFER. Tho development of the dairy heifer begin wltli It feeding when calf. If the calf Ik well nourtahed and kept healthy It ahuuld develop a good nppe tit and ahould early k-arn to eat hay and other roughage, liny ahould al waya be provided plentirully. aa till bulky fiMid tend to promote and devel op the digestivo nyntem of the young animal. It la alwaya well also to feed the grain mixed with cottonseed hulla If pmwlhle, aa tbta niakea a lighter feed and one that will be better nucl eated and dlgeated. Home arlmala are omewhat dainty aa to their feed and do not eat with the rellnh that ahould Iwaya be noticeable lu the healthy and well nourished anímala. Thin In Usually a remit of a dlnorgnnlscd ron ttltlon of the digestive ayiiteiii nnd ahould lie corrected without delay, aa It may anon become a fixed hnblt. The anlntnl that lina a MMr iiMtlte Will never be a prnrlliihli- diilr.v niilinnl. Cnre ahoulil bo exercised In feeding not to overfeed. It I nlwnya a mife ...

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. — 1 October 1909

The Mormon EW Store. S The Morrison IW. Store. :" WELCOME . 'Ti 1 ' FIREMEN AND VISITORS t 1 . .v i V i - -T .. , A i . .'. ' , - 1?. . M 1 ' ' ' I I") " III . i lü TÍ H Í'F . i vy' I.ddy County Court Mount, Carlsbad, New Mexico Kaiting HoRt on Alfalfa in th Peco Valley, Near Carlsbad, New Meaico V. .J. IT m.- icrot Pecot River, Befif Cotnpletion, Car!btd Projwct Make our store your headquarters. We carry the most complete stock of Dry Goods, Clothing for men and young men. Ladies ready-to-wear Garments, Suits, Coats, Skirts and Waists. We show the newest things for fall wear. We call your special attention to our Shoe Department. j We carry the best that money can buy, from the best makers. :::::: Morrison Bros. & Co. October 5, 6. 7, 1909 NINTH ANNUAL 3V mi N IN N AND TOURNAMENT OF THE New Mexico Association of Firemen ....and the.... Fire Chiefs Association of New Mexico PUT ON YOUR FIRE HAT AND MEET WITH US AT CaHslbadl PFOK VAI I FY PRF AnCUTIflN 4 a a w v avr i mm m mm m m...

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. — 1 October 1909

Marean l.tln(iUMl. Vk" Praafctrat. I iiKI I V L'tl'w. í lí'M .U Tj . raar srssat tatf waa na e. ooonoot OOC8XX3DU Qualt ihoollng commences today. A. D. Campbell, the shoemaker, has Imn III for a fw day. R. D. Bruco was up from .Malaga laat Tuesday on business. The arhuol boya will have a dame tonight Everybody la Invited to at tend. P. U. Tracy and family returned (he Brat of the week from their north western trip. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Watroua moved Into thler new home on north Alameda street this week. Uncle Hilly Ilalfleld was In larla tiad (lila wwk, from Fort Worth where he Is making hi home. Mr. and Mr P. U. Tracy ami daugh. ter. Jojephlne, returned Monday night from a trip to California. Mia. Mac Anderson it n it Mrs. KiIIIIi Rule returned Moiiilny from a three mouths' trip to polutH In California. Ucorge liranlley, of the Hiiii of Jaffa Prager Co., ut Koswell w:i In town a few days tlile week ti iinmti ting hUal lieHS. Mrs. Woody Tulllns of Onkvllle, Live Oak Co., Texas., mine ...

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. — 1 October 1909

r-aaa XT Joyce-Pruit Co. Yom be the Juadge A l . . -doui our irousers. It is quite plain to us that our line of extra trousers are right. Put them to the test, and you be the judge. The proof is in the wear. We show them in a wide range .of pat terns that are quite suitable to the condi tions. I hey include Gray, Brown, Green ish and Blue, and they are well worth the prices we ask you for them, which is from $2.50 up to $6.50 for a pant that isguar anteed. Joyce-PraitCo "We want your trade' THE USE OF ROUGE. Tfc Ota Variety Shatald Nif u,M. Mlu a- tállala, and atirely thear amapl ought lu lie aulhurtilra no tin aalijr t rlalm Ilia I thr aw uf mugra atad iialnla i an only Injur the akin Wan; of Hip ruinera on lit mark! MVvljr ml ui I Ih imrca and I thr h'f i (niMly ik. Manjr ar tur a (Viva nan nf akin dlaraa Dial har Nwultrd fmiii ualug ruugr. Although ta w of roiiwr la urvrr I In rts'oin aarnili-il llurr are irrtaln Ilium whru lUl uta might Im aahl In Im M-rnitaal bar ii nan rva-r a...

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. — 8 October 1909

gjdf Cuuntf Jul A OQi'oa t yutrlaimd (toma SEVENTEENTH YEAR CARLSBAD NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8. 1 90& NUMBER 47 NEW MEXICO FIREMEN Ninth Annual Convention and Tournament Pulled Off With Greatest Satisfaction VICTORY FOR HOME TEAM James Stevens Wins the Ladder Climb and the 100-Yard Foot Race The Ninth Annual Conven tion of the New Mexico Asso ciation of Firemen met in Carls bad this week and terminated the routine business, elected of ficers and incidentally carried away a few of the ri.ts offered in the competitive drill contests. On account of the distance and poor railroad facilities for reaching Carlsbad from west side of the territory, where the majority of the Are companies which are members of the as sociation reside, only the com pany from Santa Fe wiw pres ent. There is no superstition lurking in the breasts of the capital people for they came thirteen strong anil they are "strong" husky representatives, "también" for every member of the company is a native New Mexi...

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. — 8 October 1909

OftVa tad daar aarta at Manan BaSda. CAKLrliD. . NEW MU i' The Carkbad Current CarUaJ 'Printing Ce. Publishers Wm. H MiJUim-, IV. le. N r ...... I.h1-M l'ilft I I I! Of íi L' I'UIXT of (JJy (tHMly. ! when tie cl.i.-f ;..v .-:it. :n. (I Ofliiiii! liit'Mif IhHil) lit (drlslxljj '"-I'll r ,l it.- district. H.o.m . panid I. y lii coteiie formally Tin- Cail-had Tin- IU iKirtftifht court. Hand was a r.ii,.i iii.iM and' greatly appn-i iat-'i feature of IIih l'r. sw Meet amlTourtinmeiit. 'Wheel or jiisO;e in motion wan OniM.lorirnr h"W hliort the touched and the whir b.-tan. time of preparation less than a' Tim jr rami jun was called and month and -vi n though the empanelled. different net linns of tit l'Hh'l were Mrcrinth-hid by wt-of- ! ariu-) n d i t - r -- "f during town players. Director lium-h i th-remainder of tbe day. to Is- congratulated ui n tin-1 Tin-day thf petit jury xr-f Dent showing mail.-. The wat m p a n e 1 1 e d ami the music wai of hixh iiality ami i hearing of the jury ...

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. — 8 October 1909

cnmcBoaacuKraacKnoKmoooocio LOCAL XKWs. M VPV ... oaoooooo oooooooo i J. C. riott of Lukewood was In town this week. Avery Turner was last week on railroad in town bu sines. Iloth roadways will Ims open however to the traveling pub . lie. T. H. Whit-, of Amarilla. vris ft business visitor in Carlsbad this week. 1 spent a Mittie Bee, of Hope, few days in Carlsbad I this week. Toln Ca.ier, of Ro.-uvell. was business visitor in CnrMmd this week. W. K. Breeding was down from lnkewood the early part of thp week. W. O. McArthur. of Monti-1 The fourth cutting of aJ'falfa ment was in town thih week' is keening the clatter of mow on business. i intr machines echoing and re- . I echoing down the valley. The Mrs. L. V. Holt of Ijikewood was trnnsncting business in Carlsbad this week. i Henry I ennuis, from Seven Rivers, was in town this wek taking in t"he circus. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Harding of Amaril'o, were rcuistered at the Hotel Si'llntZ this Vl( k. (ene lic liiTtí-, now a cadet at the N. M ...

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. — 8 October 1909

Joyce-PruK Co. Smite to Sdit We are agents for Stein-Bloch Co. which means 55 years knowing how. Joy ce-Pruit Co Wc Want Llit your land with the OLD RELIABLE FARMERS LAND LEAGUE Wo are bringing Hundreds of pros poctive buyers to the Valley. E. T. CARTER, Field Manager, Headquarters! Hotel Schlltz. Carlsbad. New Me THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMPANY ....THE ELECTRIC... WASHING AND WRINGING MACHINE is the latest and one of the greatest conveniences Saves all the worry and most of the work With a Meter Four Cents worth of Power will do an ordinary washing. Kü CAH1 ÜAlirS I1UEYE loa're xruina to UviU vwtr frkanda to ride ta that rickety. raaaahawaU sM ttav Italia at a earriam r aüa áaawati Mveyaawa. laa yea know aoar BMtek raiW kear ntUa-H writ) aoo n to aira a raapectoUa rkt fraaa aaf Taai'B t ajuk aaawar If yaaj awl i Th Club OUtl Jorca-Pruit Co. If you are not wear ing one of our Suits, you surely have not had an opportunity of a look and a try-on. We can fit you in a ready made suit that ...

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. — 15 October 1909

C4i fcraalt M iAtM SEVENTEENTH YEAR "CHAPP(T IS KILLED Another Hidalgo, who had Been Staying With Him for Some Time, U the Slayer SAYS HE WAS BEWITCHED Slayer Believe he did a Good Turn to the Community by Killing a Witch. Francisco Sanchez, better known as "ChapH" was mur dered in a most fu-ndih man ner at his little shack on dreene j-treet about midnight last Sat urday night by another Mexican who gives the name of Ro sillo Rubalcao. About fifteen minutes before twelve o'clock tho neighborhood In the vicinity of the Fire hall f ' was awakened by loud shrieks and cries and indistinct yells at the little shacks which have Ix-en occupied by Mexicans and negroes on the alley at the rear of the vacant store building, w hich has been used as a ware room for feed stull's, but as the disturbance was not very un usual no hied was paid to it until a negro boy by the name of Watson who lives in the building adjoining the one in which Chapín lived was arous ed from his slumbers and went outsi...

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. — 15 October 1909

The Carlsbad Current CirltbaJ 'Prlnlmg Co., PubUthttt Wat. H. MulW. Pre.. l'H mniKN ti M pt aeneni CarUbad.N. M. Fnd.y O.. 1 5. 1909 f'rt4 Carretil MtaMi'S Winmliir Ik, kBj tt.m Mnn Hail MMM Mar I. M. tV ! p.ri. rwrMH4dM4 lrliiki i II. IWf? Offkb' Paper of Eddy County. Offkidt Paper of (he Glly of Cxtslw. MORE RKPUBLlCAlf CRAFT There I initially tome gá In everything, kut if Ihert it aay (od ta Santa F tbe Curreat haa yet to find it out. Alwayi, lace tbe capital city baa been in control f the republican politician and graftera, there baa been turmoil and grief wafted on tbe four windt 4 beaven only to aettle down upon tbe head of tbe aorrowlng people, who for lack of tale organization re helpleaa in their appeala for anercy, juatice and right. One of the lateat yiolationa of tbe !awa of jutic waa tbe act per petrated by the laat territorial leg islature, which for deception, baae- ae and abolute Utk of principle building in the town of Carlabad áa equal to tbe roceat extraordinary j...

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. — 15 October 1909

2 NO. I4ST ' I. Jorca, A ü. HSAai. O. M l'.xn, W. A. t'aam. LOCAL NKWs. craocHonon McLcnathen Insurance. J. S. Crozier la back from trip to Missouri. ' Get a Charter Oak Stove from Finlay-Pratt Hardware Co. Mrs. Woody Tullis was brought in from Black river last week very ill. C. T. Adams is suffering from an attack of the la grippe. He is not bed f ant but "most." Mr. and Mrs. Will Lucas re joice in the advent of a son, who arrived Wednesday morning. Willard Bates was in town Tuesday, from the ranch. He reports range conditions good. R. Scruggs, traveling repre sentative of the Fort Worth Record, was in the city Tues day. ' Col. Frank G. Prouty, editor of the Malaga News was a vis itor here several days this week. J. D. Lancrford, president of the Carlsbad Guano & Fertilizer Co., left this morning, for Red lands, Cal. Miss Mona Heard leaves to ) morrow for San Antonio, Texas, where sne will enter St. Mary's Academy. W. J. Barber left Wednesday morning for his Swamp Angel ranch. ...

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