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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 21 October 1910

í6- JOfCE-PRUIT CO. ! Sleep Warm I ÍJjBy using a pair f ur H Wool Blankets tn Whit Light Blue and Pink stripe and Plaids, also in plain Gray at $().()() up to $12.50. We have a beautiful line of mixed Wool and Cotton in neat patterns oí lilil colors at from $3.50 up to $6.50. Our line oí Kancli and Camp blankets from $2.50 to $1 3.50 are tlie kind that wear and wear a longtime. Cotton Blankets from $1.00 to $2.50 in all practical colors. Good line of Comforts. SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY i I j Joy IV asHBtB.aBnai cePruitCo I Ye lYant V Notice of Special Matter's Sale. In I)..' I iil 1 M l '"itt, .,.lv i ..uní v tv Ni xii'i' I In. mu K III. ii.i.ii'. rimiii ilf. No I "HI rmnk il.rnli-r ami Imii-i- -il..iiul.r. l'ltlliitltH Wlnn.i-v li virtue iif a lliuil il.-i n-i-t iilrri'.l ni Un- uIm'Vi' i iii. .ii Un- ..III ,ln i. ii. ImI.ii. I ' 1 1 ' i Hi.' ill...- .- ili'liii ilillll- VVilr fnllliil In l.l' lll.ll'l.l.'ll I" till' .ll.nV l.lllll. .1 I'illllllll III Hi. HUM l.l "i.M.'.i.. an. I Wlnn...

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. — 28 October 1910

EIGHTEENTH YEAR CARLSBAD NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY, OCTOBER. 28 I O I O, NUMBER 49 DEATH OF GEO. H. REED Typhoid Fever Claims him at Victim Last Sunday Af ter Three Wekt III neaa. WOODMEN SERVICES. MILITARY HONORS After a short illness of about three weeks George II. Reed died of typhoid fever at his home on Alameda street at 12;45 o'clock Sundiy. The funeral services were held from his late residence Monday afternoon at three o'clock, con ducted by the order of the Wood men of the World, and also un der the escort of the New Mexico National Guards both of which organizations the deceased was a member. George II. Reed was born in Monroe county Kentucky March 22nd. 1882. With his parents he came to Carlsbad several years go where he grew to manhood and has in dentified himself with the steady reliable and industrious young men of the community. As a member of the National Guards he accompanied Company B to the National encampment held in California last month and within a few days after his...

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. — 28 October 1910

An i r j 1 1 p 1 1 it -' lui "l he e'.r' i lie I ni I he I he m.l i itiw ,s dea I .h ti tilines vii s, 1 1 1, d a; a cam I el jh. 1 1' m 1 ,1 1, a 1 1 11 Mili I , 11-tV ol Klnli mo 'o.,l ,1 In iitioi.s from time to time for tl.e",",,t h,uo f.",,.,J ,,u" ca"a,i1 f.l T he Carlsbad Current Carlsbad 'Printing Co., liublishers Wm.UM.ilUr.IVt. M'hsi Itll'lloNll Vi i r ii riu in C.fl4ad.N.M.Kr..l.y, On 2. 1910 r.arlaxl r,Jrrn.i UI.I1..I Smmlfr IV lien. hn M. ni in.u Ul M.r I ' I ',:., Th twu iHir .-in-..lital..'l Ot t.ilwr l(. I'IT. Olfkldl I'dixt of Id J y County. mont of the opportunities offered. The first two year crops which would pHKluce the quieknt re turns were grown in order to re hilo county's delegates made a Rood fijrht for direct legislation, but they were outvoted on the final tent. The Dona Ana countv Irrigation and Buainea. The rrmarks made liv I )i rector Newell, of the Reclamation Ser vice made at the smoker held in the priors of the Commercial cluli when the army board w...

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. — 28 October 1910

i? MORRISON BROS.& COMPANY NIP E GREAT lit i STILL GOINGON Many Bargains are offered during this Sale whereby you can save from 20 to 50 per cent on your Wimter supply. REMEMBER, SALE IS STILL GOING oooooooaoooooooooo LMM XKWS. aaaoatxm VV. II. Hull has trone north on a short business trip. Mrs. H. C. Dickson is spending the week in Roswell. on a visit with old friends. John Price left this week for short busines trip to Artesia. He returned yesterday. Miss Etta Middleton of Queen came down on Tuesdays stage and will be in the city all week. The ladies of the Catholic Church announce a Bazaar for Saturday Nov. 26 at Purdy's Furniture Stoie. John Stewart came down from Queen, this week and was shop ping with the Carlsbad mer chants. Miss Edith Evans of Ponca, Okla., is in the city visiting with Miss Bertha Eiteljorgo. She will probably remain all winter. Harry Brainard moved his family and household goods this week from the Barber residence to the Ogle house on Canyon street. Wm....

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. — 28 October 1910

(6" XT JOYCE-PRUIT CO. I SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS are being offered the public in a line of Ladies Odd Lot Coats and few suits that are being sacrificed at 25 to 50 per cent as some coats were $10.00 to $1 5.00 are now only $4.70 to $6.00 each. Jln Mens and Boys Suits we are of fering some Odd Lots at Greatly Reduc ed Prices; and, in fact, when it comes to cleaning up such Remnants the price is not to be considered and they are offered at from 20 to 50 per cent off. I I Men and Boys Patent Leather Shoes at 25 per cent discount. JoycePruitCo IVc Want Your Trade. VI Notice of Special Mailer's Sale. In the IHatrift Court, Eddy County, New Nexicu: Thomas K. Illarkmore, I'laiiitifT, No 12114. va r'ratik Nlienalcr end Louise Sibenaler, llefendanta: W hereas, by virtue of a final decree entered in the almve rauw im the Mh da; of Octnlier. Iltltl, the almve defen dHiils Were found to In. inilebted to tbe almve named plaintiir in Ibe sum of wi7, and Whereas, a mortgage neciiring said inilelili-il...

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. — 4 November 1910

tddf fio uní; Jarf g nq, V V EIGHTEENTH YEAR .CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION A Breezy Letter From our Spe cial Correspondent. CORPORATIONS IN CONTROL A Territorial Form of Govern ment to be Preferred to Rule of Special Interest. Santa Fe, N. M. Nov 2. 1910. The convention did not get down to work until last week, and so far as it has pone in adop ting committee reixirts it seems that the constitution will make . statehood conditions much more intolerable than those of a terri torial form of government. The total results to date have been as follows: The initiative has been re pudiated entirely. This was brought about by a combination of the corporation interests with the combined liquor interests represented here. The referendum has been so , framed as to make it an insult to intelligent voters. The wording of the section as supposed to put into effect the United States liability law for ' employees has been so carefully worded as to make it úseles, even at its best only applying it so 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. — 4 November 1910

r.Mi.nilj xxnn HimI of II I loiikiini, I j :. I r 1 1 1 1 1 if tin' M. Lelilí muí Nun I'm in I" I i ii II r nl i oiMi'ii:.. Tin Ley. ll'tlp of i -I llll.ll.'SM U;i tllilt ll IÍMV- "i ni iisIih. ii'.ntli I.. Iiiill'l nil i iii,fnU of in.'.l llmir iiii.I ilir.'i-oiiii . j hl;'lnvn un. I tin- mina In fiirmors 1 "f ulliini rulln Ml .'H it ml nnir Into it liiii'.;. .! inn! r..f-.' I . nkr III. ..f.-.. I .lot .t" Th L i' C 'ou' ' i T'i i ifl.'H " i" i'M'i.iiri h .r.n.ii . in ur of Itltf l.ri'iiil ' 1 n I" "' of ' In. Ii i ! i . U . Itnl i i- I - 'ni-, i 1 1 Ii n Ii lili"- tlt.'ii . til Int.. tin . i 'i.i rf .-i- im Ii mimi-.'m ntt.l ir"Mt In ti kit.'t ..ver ii imiiloritti' Un- 'I urn ofi.-ii. ooii na lllitli iM licit .nt on tiriiwiii'.l .:iht on n I ' I ' ' I " ' 1 I Kl I I I l I. .' -',, II II, I I ,'. ."ti-. I.I I.iI'n .'.. Inn f I J l.f. It The CarUbad Current Carlsbad l3rinlmg Co., Publishers Wm. I I. Mullanr. I'rr.. 1 1 Iihi Kiril'iNti Vi iii-t iiniim Ctrlln(l, N. M , I tul y, N-.v. ...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 4 November 1910

ISBOBOKMOnCttQflCnHOnOniQDQDOQDDQ LML XKWS. wt -? rimw tmmw mm o OOOOODW OOQDOOOO J. L T.nle of Knowles was liere first of the week on busi ness. D. H. Hnrkpy nhipped 400 head of cattle to Elida. N. M. this week to he place on puture. To Id Birher and Ub McCully are n from To ld'a Texa h ome sixty-five miles south-east. Prof Hunch and Jo Cunning ham left yesterday in an auto for a doer hunt in the (itiadalupcs. John R. Joyce returned this week from an extended visit with hi mother, relatives and friends in Tennessee. John Ü. McKern, ex-county as persor, who now resides in Mala ga was a business visitor in Carlsbad this week. The rail road company has a rantfof laborers reinforcing the "ridge across Dark canyon just south of the city limits. Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Hcsing of of Amarillo former Carlsbad peo ple are here on a visit to their daughter Mrs. J. I). Canlrcll. Little Eva Tilomas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Thomas and a grand daugter of Mrs. M. Ueed is uuite ill with an attac...

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 November 1910

at a (íreat SarrifU-e. Our liuyer, Mr. ( ha. I,. Morrison, of New York hft Cilv, has liouUht too inanv jJoihIh. A mild fall rompéis us to sacrifico our new and up-lo-dale Htork w hich hax heen iNMiht for the seanou of VMWXWW. I GREAT Bargains Again NO ODD LOTS cmcmlcr. Ih'iMHalc includes All our mammoth slock. NOiillNi. KKSKIiYKI). n pulling on this sale wv intend to make it an event that will he long remem bered an the greatest inone mix ing opportunity ever offered the people of Carlshad. Now is the Time to get Your REAL BARGAINS m orrison Bros. & Company Carlsbad, New Mexico. Electrical Comforts I I I .CI WICt I V lia a great adaptations for com fort and i(iiienlriue In the hume the year around. We mention a few of the thing; clef trknlly llgltt'd, heated or unrated: Cntifii Ulidtili Smifti MickiM Mitin Fill litas Cwrimi IrtRi tiesta) Cliintrt Witsii Mickisti hum fikriliri lfHi Micaisii Dtii. bilis 4 IfUktt Fwt rt film Dtait Ftttt ui fiiM lamps $sni Mirrtit Dui ui Till Upt Ct...

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. — 11 November 1910

Qm'hh&i Cerrad CARLSBAD NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER. II. I O I O. NUMBER fl P t A EIGHTEENTH YEAR CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION Schemer Endeavoring to Pro cure fat Job and fix Themaelve for the Future. DEALS OF ALL KINDS IN PROGRESS Santa Ke, N. M. Novemlier 8th If you want to bear the news, 1 in the thousands, while the mon and get inside information upon! ey contributions from liquor all kinds of political deals, just ' sources came from out side the hnnir nmnnd the citv of the Holv i territory. The indications point Fnifh for w few weeks during , imrwlntiv ns- sembly or a constitutional con- vnntmn. Everyman with a scheme to t.t tr.ro.nrh came here, and the -..raa th. aelwini the more in- fl.inrp" he brimrs with him f(.r the job. It is in this city that ; fact 'that the republican caucus all the ambitious politicians u changing things to suit the come to arrange for their future i,s.Hi ail( it imm.lerstcH.d herv acts and therefore it has also : that there will be manv changes co...

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 November 1910

Símil al In Muliauati Uiviitrnc TIIONK li. tAKLSBAU, NtW M LAICO. TTip Carl"lari t llfTPnt ',p exhibit car of produce i rimt'ii.mplir (who fur the nrl pinte from Mexico whicli l Cathbad Vrmlmt Co., Publisher ,' to ('h.cajro to Ik; pn-sent at the meennif or tne industrial con irresi will Iwive hero tomorrow on its tour of th territory for th" purH)se of lieinj? loaded with the product of Npjv Mexico. A hale of cotton, also ahout tiixty Miiind.H of (firmed cotton and a larjfe hunch of cotton plant ü with The election Tu-sdav imli.-at.. ,M,lls in th vario.m stairw of, ton-ether with aiMiut, Wm. 1 1. NtulUnr, I'm. H M-.' Hirllosti v. .,r annum C.rl.UJ. V M . I fi lay, Nov. II, I ') I 0 rrt"'l ( trrcftt tftiih-r-l N v -tt.tr I' lí Nf M. .--.. ur. f.'ii.lMlir. M4t I'. .!.' Th two .i-f rortl)Utl t.,tr 11 1 )? Oflkldl Ijiit ni I JJ (ounly. luí iiiVnri it uri'id iliiil ef truulile in cet lila slitiT to fin tin unniiltirallj tern etpreaalmi lililí nii'n aaaiinte miller I tin nrilciil. ami now...

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 November 1910

0HCK7O0O0OCHXMX8MOCM30OOOCI09 I LOCAL NKWX ii raav mb , rti xOOOOOOO OOOOOOQO ti i i i .. 'v? i : . f- ii... i) i i i y J i is in tiuni ine ;plains today. John Lucas was in from the : 11 s.asn rancn luesuay. John Barber was in from the- ranch for a few (lavs last week. I Dave McCollaum and Ned . Shattuek were in Tuesday. from Queen 1 J. tí. Harvey made a flying trip to Loving Tuesday, on busi ness. J. I. Penny spent several days, this week, in Loving and Malaga on business. Mack Camp, of Tecos, was shaking hands in town with his old friends Tuesday. Mrs. Milton Smith has returned from a visit at her former hume in Jacksonville, Texas. Joe Graham jr. was in town Monday on his return fram Kan sas city, where he took a lew cars of cattle. He left for home Tuesday. Dr. S. J. Gates has returned to Carlsbad to spend the winter after an extended visit to points in northern New Mexico and Colorado. George Williams and L. L Fuoss shipped three cars of cat tle to Kansas City last Saturday. Do...

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 November 1910

I ..r S.,l... i si-ira ' ' " ' ;. - I'V I.i a .i'..:, t 'I --i ' i'i ' : "Ni' M.-v,,'., w i'1" '''' :;. r i'i th.-ir i "-M"ii a li nn, i-, .i,',.:s,. a.- n x iili 'l I'T in '!. i, in. o.-iino laws ut Mar. 1 llh. l'.Mi'.t. i. i:. nini-kor. (ame Warden. ; ; Moirrison Bros. & Co. 5 4 Genuine Bargains of New Seasonable Goods ifi Our Great Stock Reducing Sale is Still on l: ery department offers many real bargains for fall and whiter wear. THE SPI "fn- 1)11) IIAKUAINS offered to the Public has proven that MorrisonBros have never failed to MAKE GOOD You still can Save from 25 to 50 percent on Alens suits over Coats and Pants Hats Shoes underwear shirts LADIFS SUITS COATS 1RI:SSI:S WAISTS SKIRTS UNI)I:RVIAR SWEATERS If its ready-to-wear Morrison Bros has it for less. Remember now is th. hoct t,w stock up for your winter supply while you can save monev on wearinir aonarel for S Morrison Bros. & Co. Carlsbad, N. M.i 91 Sale still on .... Jfi if; bale still on yj A Ml iJ'it oí I'll i ...

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 November 1910

ad; C ounty Jul All CQndi NINETEENTH YEAR CARLSBAD NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER, 18. I 9 I O. NUMBER I ROOTING FOR GOOD ROAD An Eddy County NecVaaity that Mutt be had Before People can Enjoy Life. 6IVE US PASSABLE ROADS OR WE PERJSH Practically every farm journal which reaches our exchange ta ble contains an account of the progress which is being maile in the various parts of the country in the betterment of the public highways. A universal activity has been manifested in the needs of the general public in good road9 which are not for the ben efit of the farmers alone but for the public in general. It means that the traveling public with conveyances of every description. from the horseback rider to the driver of an automobile, shall enjoy the pleasure, comfort and convenience of a good smooth road, free from tons upon tons of loose, rolling rocks, long deep ruts, or countless "chuck" holes. It means that the farmers can get to market at any and all times of the year with their pro d...

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 November 1910

Pura Jry Milk and Oraam Oaillv mrmH to all parta of tha olty. I IIIM'I l fililí il'llliIIIIV l'l'l''l lUllll J The Carlsbad Current 7'mth?í; "i" caridad Jile make the proper united effort Carhha.l VrinlmgCo., Puhluhct ,h r"'l vuM be induced to Wm. II MulUfir, take the southern route, an con- M Hn Itll'lliiNst Vj -r annum tern plated at the present time. C.rW.a.l. N. M . Friday. N.,v l. I9IÍ)' "'"I ftnlhJ1, ilr'l i anil she can no hinder alloM to HINTS ON LAUNDERING. iw sr M..r,,s..i,i,.hM m'., 1 i i on hT rKl't. when there Pfi Ifi r r.ifiiMiliflatiril I. i..!., ll. I '7 ... . . , .1 ' any tmnjf Ioihk aloriff this starch, fold them In a rlnlb for about ln mlnutifs. lit- itu'tii on wpII paililmt InmliiK iNinnl. Hiiti rovpr wlih cloth and Irmi on tin1 muir alile an til nearly lrj, thou iltlmut th clotb until Hrfnriljr lrj. nnUlilnir the but totihole part on the rlifht Hide to rtirrt It. Turn over the einlirolilered port Innt. Offlddl l'dicr of NJy ( nunty. The Current was eighteen year...

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. — 18 November 1910

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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 November 1910

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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. — 18 November 1910

I í OUK8a0DC89 O00OQQOO LOCAL NKW.. wm T rav I i MÚOOOUOO OOOQOOOO A. W. Lentz, of Estancia, is ihere looking fur a location to rent for truck farming. D. D. Dumont shipped two cars of cattle from hereto the Panhandle country last Tuesday. W. W. Galton and little daugh ter, Georgiana, were visitors in the ciiy last Tuesday, shopping. Mrs. L. E. Met chant left Wednesday for a visit at her former home in Abilene, Texas, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Will Wood. E. L. Read and wife, nee Miss Rose Kucera, formerly of Carls bad, came down from Roswell, Saturday night to visit W. A. Pauba and wife. Mrs. Will Wood left this week for her home in Winter, Texas, after a visit with her sisters, Mesdames L. E. Merchant and ind Laura Mitchell. D. R. Harkey loaded and .shipped six cars of cows, calves nd stock cattle to Kenna, last Tuesday, where they will be put on pasture for the winter. During the winter months the services at St. Edwards' will be . held at 10 A. M. Sundays, with instruction ...

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. — 18 November 1910

Big R e d u L adíes Ran ncl. On our swf I i n know n Sale 31 I Morrison Bros. & I Sale still on Bhe- I wonder why Methuselah lived to sui'h a great old aa. II I'erhniM soion young womau tnsrrled liliu for Ills money - llontou Transcript. nun li.ll ... lliw aim. I'mImI un ov.i miiciil .oil "t"ti t ili-S Ih. flu.r. cr coal." ' kHi off Hi fi srid "II " -N.w Vurk Miia. Notice. U.i Will aim lestameni of John I liifiiiiiu luí t lreased In the Probate fiiurt; No , Kdpy County, New Mexico. To Whom may Concern:- Notice ia hereby given that the. last will and te.lan.rnl of John Dounghue, dereaed. ha. been Mild m said curt, and by the onler of aaid court Monday, Jan. Í. It'll, at liln'clm-k a.m.. is (he for ley nxen lor pronna -' hearing all object i thereto and older te.lunoiiy for or against anv the ame. I in i ni Carl.bad. N M. Sept. -1, I '.Mil A. It. O yciNN I'mliHle Clerk. Nota. Kn 0 nil uno iliipuhm fue el Tenia inento il.i John I )iimioKliiii', en u Bad ina 'ii In Curl ill t'riii-l...

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. — 25 November 1910

IJ-ir iii.i .i, I 4r oQ' in b Tie CriMl Curreinii. .' 0 NINETEENTH YEAR ELECTROCUTED IN LA HUERTA Electric Light Wires Croa Dead Cottonwood Tree and Cause Death. JAMES roCMJMGTON THE VICTIM Wednesda y afternoon James Tocklingtcn met death while up in a Cottonwood tree near the line fence north of thejMitchiner home in La Huerta, between 4:30 and 5 P. M- W. T. Mitchiner had employed Mr. Pocklington and his brother, Frank, to rebuild the line fence and after tearing down the old fence it was necessary to cut down a dead tree near the line which was leaning in such man ner that it would fall on the fence. James, who thought the wires were telephone wires climb ed up in the tree to saw off some limbs that would strike the wires saying it would cause the people to wait to talk if the tree tumbled down on the wires when it fell. While thus engaged he took hold of a wire to move it out of his way while aawing cS the limb and his brother who was at the foot of the tree. watching, aaya that ...

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