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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 28 April 1911

Sm4 tar Mail rel eiraaJar falla eMri.'af ii aa riNa aM ta airaagia eag ftaw Uml. uurarai, AllMHiuaruu. Meneo. A TV T" TV "T" -"V TT T TV T" .afNel TTI TV T" fl J TV T VTTV A N N U U UJfiMÍSW 1 - The business we have done during our SPRING OPENING SALE Jias W Bf-V shown us that the people of Carlsbad appreciate the LOW PRICES we have f I i ven them, We have sold more oods than we anticipated, which encour- $ ages us to continue giving the lowest possible price on goods of quality, and 1 I we will always stand by our policy. m Big Sales and Small Profits. TJ IE BOSTON STORE. "HOME OF LOW PRICES." OR dim GARDEN F.ETRIGG KENTIUL POINT NOOUE KIVER OREGON cowrspoNnrwcr Wl-CITCD m government nuil díalo hiillntltia lia unid gol hulil of un the enlijocl of dry fn ruling ho wont at It nun In In the full he caine Into our friend's olllce nnil plunked down alien f of onta from a field which he said yielded lilin Ht the rata of nitty four bushels ht ni re, wlilc li U J tint a Unit twh-o the aver...

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. — 5 May 1911

tiiy Count; Jad Ar cQuIb NINETEENTH YEAR CARLSBAD NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY MAY 6. 1911, NUMBER 25 "I FOR ENLARGED PROJECT Dry Farmers get Buiy With the Water Uteri Form an As sociation and Elect Offi cers. PROBAPLE COSTONE MILLION. If the Carlsbad Project is not enlarged to twice its present acreage it will nut be due to the lack of an effort on the part of the farmers who reside on the west side of the present canal. For years past they have held a persistent and optimistic view that sooner or later the time would come when the govern ment would come to their relief and give them water. The time appears to be atjhand and much sooner than had been anticipa ted. Secretary of the Interior Fisher has forced the issue by demanding that Borne definite action be taken by the people under the project relative to the use of the surplus water which has for years past been appro priated by the Pecos Irrigation company was transferred to the Reclamation service later, and which has been only partial...

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. — 5 May 1911

The Carlsbad Current j Carhbad 'Printing Co., Publisher Wm. H. Mull.nr. Pert. H HMi HII'TIONtl Miprmnnuni Carlbl. N.M.. Fiid.y. M.y 5, 19 1 1 f mt UmA OurwMil taMlartewl Nnmhsr 1 1K Mf kirn Hun taMl-hf May 12. HV. TH two pr rtmmttWimtmi iHXiAmt It. Ilf7. Offklal Tdprr of iddy County. John W. Lewi came in last Saturday from the road work j across the big sand having com pie-1 trd the Job which is a credit to the ! county town of Carlsbad and the I territorial good roads commission,' at welt as ;o Mr. Lewis, the super-j intendent. The freighters can now tart out without that dreaded , sand to cross fur the road over what was known as the Big Sand," is now the best portion of the whole road to the Plains settle, mrnts and thf ranch men and freighters are certainly learning Its value lor travel across the sand has more than doubled since the road was nearly completed. Now the work of grading the entire line should be pushed without let up if possible. It is the opinion of many that the ...

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. — 5 May 1911

LOCAL HAPPENINGS Dr. Posey of Loving was in town last Saturday. Mrs. A. A. Kaiser was elected teacher for the Otis school for the coming year. Prof. A. A. Kaiser was a business visitor at Dayton the first of ihe week. Charles A. May vÍHted Ros well Wednesday to look after the Hondo Project. Rev. Pcait and McLenathen attended Episcopal convocation in Roswell this week. Don't fail to attend the bene fit for Eastern Star the 11th at 8 P. M. at Auditorium. Mrs. Barger, and lady of Lovington Hotel departed for home Monday on the auto. Andy Locklear brought in 300 head of cattle to the dipping vats arriving last Sunday. Fred West and Duncan took the closing degree, Knighthood, in the K. P, lodge last night. D. H. Colemar. came in on the auto last night from Knowles, leaving this morning for home. J. A. Copeland returned from Coupland Texas, where he visi ted relatives and friends for ten days. Miss Mabel Bearup left last Wednesday for various points in New York where she will spend the su...

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. — 5 May 1911

Joyce-Pruit Co. from $1 .00 up to $2.00 each. The Nemo Corset for the woman who is continally looking for the corset strong and durable yet combining style and com fort. They are $3.oo $3.50 $4.x and are absolutely guaranteed, try your next. Joyce-Pmit Co "We Want COUNTY BOARD MEETS Much Business Transacted Thw Errors in Assessments Cor Directed and Other Tan gles Adjusted. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF COUNTY NEWS The regular meeting uf the Hoard of County Commissioners, Monday, April a, lltll Present: -I. II Graham and A. It O'Ouinn There being nut qijiirum iraiil, the meeting waa ad journed until tomorrow April 4. He it remembered that tin April I, A. I. 1111, an adjourned meeting of the Hoard of County Commissioners wm ln-lil, at which the foil i ving proceed ings were hail Present: Chairman, K I' lluiar. members J II lirahuin ami ('. W. Heman, clerk A It ( tjiimn. It wan moved an I rarni'il Itiul Mrs. II . Cunningham, pre i lcnl ol tin' Hos pital Hoard, be authorized tn buy !'-! worl...

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. — 12 May 1911

1 e : talo..-.. : m.;. I : i lude 1 i . nidi! : M i '.. : 1. Ill s p . - . il tic. I'rii-o 2.c, WJc anil SI.iki nr t,..ti(- tiif Ceun)f Jscl Al Í NINETEENTH YEAR CARLSBAD NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY MAY I a, 1911, NUMBER 26 COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES Programs in Full for Commencement Week. Most Elaborate In History of School. The schools of Carlsbad are preparing for extensive enter tainments, next week, all df which will be well worthy of attend ance by all citizens of Carlsbad and vicinitv. The list of enter taiumenta, etc., with full programs are as follows: Monday Evening, May 15th, Reception to Senior Class, Faculty aad Board of Education at Superintendent's Home. Tuesday Evening. May 16th' the children of the grade building will give an operetta In four acts. Cinderella in Flowerland. The real true story of Cinderella is carried out in flowers and every thing will be shown except the mice and the pumpkins. CAST OF CHARACTERS. Cinderella Leila Christian Proud Sisters Lennie Jones, Marguerit...

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. — 12 May 1911

- " ' w -ssw SUS iU as. otosr.uoton.ars. Tha palrooaas f tha pabilo la rstpaotfall I 1. uu acoount loo itsaLl lo rsoalta oar .n.ninn f The Carlsbad Current Cartahad 'Printing Co., Publhhert Wm. H. Mullan. Pre. I h' MII-1IOM II M por annum Cartead. N.M.. Friday. May 12. 191 I farta4 Currmt oatoMtahal NnnnhH IV lorn. Kt H.iiti Hun nliMuM Hi) II, Is Ta taro pr t mmiritámtmé IHlwbof II. Ir?. Official Paper of tdJy County. The city of Juarri did not cele brate the Cinco de Majo tbit year. Tbe shadow of MaJero, likely, being tbe cause. Says the Albuquerque Herald: "An eastern paper deplores the fact that most all the men elected to high office hall from Ohio. Yes, but there is coosolatioo In the fact, that most of the men appointed to office by them originated in Ireland. The new ordinance proriding for '.besprinkling of the strfets in the residence portion of the city Is rapidly gaining favor with those benefitted and the howl which rent tbe air when it was first undertak en has subtided...

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. — 12 May 1911

LOCAL HAPPENINGS Rev. T. L. Lallance visited Al pine Wednesday to attend Dis trict Conference. Craddock Rule left this morn ing; for Clovis, where he will be employed on the Santa Fe. C. H. Dishman left Monday for Grandfalls, Texas, where he was called on business. , J. B. Roberts of El Paso but formerly of Carlsbad, came in Monday and will be here a few days. Messrs Kellogg and Redñeldof Malaga visited the county seat Tuesday and made this office a pleasant call. On account of the absence of the pastor there will be no ser vices at the Methodist church, next Sunday. N. T. Bourland and Dr. Chas. Thomas came in Monday from the X. Spear ranch near Knowles They came, in their Buic. "Dot" Smith of Loving depart en last Saturday for Los Angeles California, where he will make his home with his father. Rev. Eugene provincial of the province of Cincinnati of the 0. F. M. visited this parish this week leaving Monday for Pena Blanca. Help the graduating class, en joy a rare musical treat and ...

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. — 12 May 1911

TUBERCULOSIS LECTURE. 1 l t'onrlurlirl fr ir rlrt pw ) letter n want of Hiinsliinc, permits ..... t 1 lit! t.(l tlust re factor, inns- ...... . f muí h a they indicate a want of .... , , , . i ti.thiicnt cleansinj; and dirt lie- ii.i s ln-ini irritating to ttie mil ... ' to tne mu- ions membrane may No ion- 1 I. on the pus umns, which when ; .uldr-d to the alfeited limit in i luin rciilons miIiji i Is, a moro s r inns form of the disease, known :is mixed infraction follows. We ne xt conic to the immediate taiiM: I i f the disease. '1'liln rcillosis is I ,r, ,i ,,l ,.. ml,..,;...,! . - ' one who is competent to speak upon this sublet t, will dr ny that the tubercle bac ilius is the only) cause of this, disease-. Without I tins (erm tiilicrculosis is impot,- j sible. The usual method of in-j lection is by inhalation. The I c'.rv germs from sputum of con sumptives llo.it in the air and are breathed into the lungs, consqiicut !y it is important to destroy all sputum and special precauti...

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. — 19 May 1911

I'M; County Jul A C(ji,(st 11 4 - NINETEENTH YEAR ADVICE TOJPPLE MEN Spraying for the Coddling Moth i i : M-k Saved by a Little Work. It is a recognized fact that if the fruit grower expects to get a good crop of apples he must prune, cultivate Irrigate and fertilize the orchard at the right time. Yet, very frequently after we have gone to the troub le and expense of performing all of these orchard operations we fall down at the last moment, and permit from one-half to" two thirds of the crop to be destroy ed right before our very eyes by insect pests. Spraying is now considered as necessary in or chard operations, to produce a crop of sound apples, as pruning or irrigating. There is no longer any doubt as to the good that spraying does. Just consider the vast sums of money that are being expended every year on the spraying of trees throughout the United States. Why do fruit growers do this? If the results at the end of the year did not show up favorably, can we be lieve that such l...

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. — 19 May 1911

The Carlsbad Current CarlshaJ 'Printing Co., Publishers Wm. 1 1. Mull.nr. Pie, I M Mli TI'iN II , prrannum j C.rM.il,N.M..rrK).y. May 19. I9M ("rtatvl 'irrfnt MtaMiairi. N'wir tV UW Nrt Mcm-a Hun .. ti. M I. I Otflcldl I'dtxT ol ,tdJy County. A Valuable Premium. Ihe Current has closed dral for a number of dinner arts of thir-' ty-one pirres each of the bent Ohio queentware that will be given to all subscribers of the paper with one year's gubni rlptiun at only $3 05. These dUhrs are superior to the average sold for $7.00 per set, besides you receive a credit of one year's subscription to the Cur-; rent. I The TiKht in congress on state hood fur the only two remaining territories, like everything else now. a. days, has simmered down to pvlitits. The senate, being re publican, will endeavor to keep Arizona out and the house being democratic will nutlet New Mexico in without Arizona. The president (Ur in Tcumcari. i prepar being republican approved New in t(, ,.Btal,jsri n paper at Ele...

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. — 19 May 1911

it LOCAL HAPPENINGS The neatest set of dishes ever and the Current one year, only $3.95. B. L. Walker departed for Kansas on a visit to his parents last week. Born to Mr, and Mrs. J. F. Joyce, Saturday night an eleven pound baby girl. V. B. Wilson has erected a big hay shed at Hopcdale ranch six miles southeast. Miss Maud Lucas is visiting with her friend Miss Dunn of Koswell, this week. Miss Bertha EitelgeorKe was elected Wednesday as teacher of the Mexican school at Otis. W. U. Dannellev, will move his family to his plains ranch about June 1st for the summer. Carlsbad Rebekah lodge No. 13 will hold its regular meetin g next Monday night at 8 o'clock. Nannie Irven the three year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Little is seriously ill at their home south of town. Monroe Kerr of Big Springs Tex. spent Sunday with his moth er and other relatives in Carls bad. E. T. Bujac, C. B. Brice and Stenographer Miss Julia Fer guson, are in Roswell this week, in attendance at district court. 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. — 19 May 1911

V J " roas mil, l.f í, f SrVjeeAVS .. " ' r -i . .- rfjtp.ta .rjri.r.v.'ail.t ,,VVJ h H if! tx.-H vr v I i . sty ' : itv.uv 1 i nil ti4vsi-(-.tnsfsj ikt l r u un H l.-W faMBi Jla4Mnt Ol 1 I ft . S..L. I A .1 Ii II lilini " a ifcsv' d ta k alsti. ti m -i J f i',. jrVttl ' ' fKV. las-I I a I, ti, tr you tjzzj 7i?. :. the Tv".i .1 intivt..t.ti.t i. tlnltf4 at. cr wii . ji . t awr-r 1 v 1 j'-' JpLzy, sufras stsVarwJ,7f' ji ( fjeees Joyce-Pruit Co. 1-4 to 1 On all Trimmed Hats, as we are aux ious to carry nothing over in this depart ment. 1 here are many neat Styles for your selection and you have a splendid opport unity to save money on your purchase. We have untrimmed shapes and material for making you any style Fiat and you could not do better than buy one of those Hats made by an experienced milliner of tostc and obility. Riody Made Veils, all colors and a complete range of prices. JoycePruit Co "Wc Want Your Trade." v WINTER PO0LTRY ILLS. tlio tt Treatment RucomiTicndtH For Cutjrrl....

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. — 26 May 1911

Count, J,t A. q,,, NINETEENTH YEAR CARL8BAD NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY MAY 26, 1011. NUMBER 2 STATEHOOD PROBABLE Bill to Admit New Mxko and Arizona Puim House Unanimously KEW MEXICO DEMOCRATS SUCCESSFUL Thi statehood bill to admit New Mexico and Arizona passed the house last Friday by a viva voce votejthere being no opposi tion. The bill provides that the people of New Mexico shall vote on a clause to make the constitu tion more easily amended while Arizona will vote on the repeal of the recall of judges and this will be done while the people elect county and state officials. The bill now roes to the senate and it is said that both factions of the democrats in the senate and also the republican insur gents, fa vor the bill. The cause of statehood therefore looks brighter than ever ' Realizing that our readers who are dependent on the partisan press of Albuquerque and Santa Fe their reports of progress on the statehood matter at Wash ington, can not have a slight idea of what has actually ha...

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. — 26 May 1911

MM A Croam of Tartar Powdor Liado from Grapas no ALUM Perdieron Í 1 i The Carlsbad Current Carhbaé 'Printing Co., PuhUshen Wm. 1 1. Mullane, Pres. l HH HIITIO l Mpvranoum CfW1.d.N.M..F fKl.y. May 26. 191 1 fartaad f'urrMl Mtahlihl Nnwamhar 11 MI Nr aUaw Sua MMMI Mar II. IM TW In HIM Mnolalll llrUrtot II I Bui. Official Paper of ddy County. A Valuable Premium. The Current has doted deal for number of dinner sets of thirty-one plecei each of the beat Ohio queenaware that will be given to II aubacribera of the paper with one year's subscription at only $3 05. These dishes are superior to the average aold for $7.00 per set, besides you receive a credit of one year's subscription to the Cur rent. Some time ago the Roswell Register-Tribune published an article from a minister who atated to the effect that, though a prohibitionist so far aa he himself was concerned he did not believe that prohibition laws were as good as laws tore, strain the dealing in liquor. Some time after the publicat...

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. — 26 May 1911

LOCAL HAPPENINGS The neatest set of diahea ever and the Current one year, only $3.95. Miss Mary Rein spent Monday in Lakewood. C. Lund, postmaster of Hobbs, waa in town Tuesday. Aabury Moore waa a business visitor to Roaw'ell the first of the week. R. P. Segrest and Tom Runyan were in from the S Cross ranch, Tuesday. Clay McGonagill was a passen ger on the Wednesday auto for the plains. The W. C. T. U. will meet at 3;30 o'clock Monday at Mrs. N. T. Daugherty's. W. W. Slocum, of the lower valley, spent Saturday i in Ros well on business. Reitz, the cattle buyer of Kansas City, Kansas, was in town this week. Paul DeWitz near Loving has the distinction of having ripe peaches May 23. Miss Madie Lucas is spending the week with her friend Miss Carrico, near Loving. Miss Mary ReifT has been se lected to teach the school at Ori ental the coming session. Arthur Mays and Woody Tul lius were in from tbeir ranches south of Black river Tuesday. E. L. Brewer representing the Hope Press came in We...

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. — 26 May 1911

f tW frH. atM o iaa faar. a.MI Ua klhral rada I " St Uaaa Mkar ra.rf . .r t1.to lO, tt.aa r..at (. f. rata aal sea. tu aaa Ml awr bwiaati aua loaron mlaaai A SUBSTANTIAL ROADOF DIRT drills Commission Builds M Without Use ot Stone. CONSTRUCTION METHOD EASY Th Svr Wr CaMeed by Auterne bile Ha Mad It Neary te find dam Reed Cuaarimanta With Mi, tura af Dirt and Oil thaw Meaulte. Macadam reuní have lieen the world' standard for many yeur, but iiiwlor condition of modern I raffle t ! jr h avi an qtilikly wrn away 'thai In the riHiiitry which hoavtcd Hi, ciiiliirlnu military Mail of Naoleoii n 1 mi grea of I In- ronil i'iiiflinir of I worlil nt rniliil to iI iih tucán of fin-t fill ink ih. in from going up In auiua nr il'i-r ' li- Iron lire of the Iioi. ilinwii t-hl. I. rolled riiol com I ji ! I In' Hmo tunc finí III.' iiii-ii malic lire of the n 1. i . .r- or am k m til.- ilu-l ii n. I draw i inio tl.e iilr to lilou' un ii) i m f..riniil 1 1 1 it . II. Ill III llllltl. . II'"M II I auctio...

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. — 2 June 1911

. t (Barlak NINETEENTH YEAR CARL.8BAD NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY JUNE. 2. 101 1. NUMBER 29 11 7 The LwIm. Deaperado Ele ment of Roswell Makes war on Officers. MY WOOFTER MURDERED BY JIM LYNCH Satardar'e Baawell lUeoH. While attempting to make a search for liquor at the house of Jim Lynch, at the corner of First street and Richardson avenue, at five o'clock yesterday after-; noon, City Marshal Roy Woof ter, was shot through the stomach and bowels, with a .45 calibre Winchester rhle; and he died at Ave o'clock this morning from the injury. He made a dying statement to District Attorney L. O. Fullen, at St Mary'a hos pital at ten o.clock lasl night in which he identified the voice of the man who shot him as being that of Jim Lynch, who had been arrested a few minutes before the shooting by Marshal Woof ter and Policemen Ed and Henry Carmichael and had gone to his house with the officers to make the search. Within fifteen min utes after the shooting Lynch was arrested at his house by Deputy She...

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. — 2 June 1911

r ene uioiins in boato n - - - I'rop The Carlsbad Current Carlsbad printing Co., Publishers Wm. I . Mullane, 1'iei. SI Hmi Hlf-TION SI Mi ptff nnuni CU.d. N.M.. Frid.y7 U 2JT9TÍ Carlwt Current tatllhd Nrvmhr IV im. Nr MntraMun l.l.luhrl Mar IK. IWJ TW two -apra maaultrtalad (totola 1 1 . Hart. Official Paper of tddy County. It would teem from the actions aod utterances of tome men that i they bold an utter contempt for all law, for no sooner does the city pass an ordinance, or the territory s law, than we bear of individuals who express themselves again and tain that the law Is rotten and should not be obeyed. Such were tbe remarks made against the prohibition ordinance of Roswellby gamblers and thieves who were allowed to influence weaker men and to whom should be laid the death of Roy Woofter as much as to the deluded maniac who fired tbe shot that killed tbe marshal. There should be some measure planmd and enacted that would deal reasonably with men who by their conversation bree...

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. — 2 June 1911

LOCAL HAPPENINGS John Moore ppent Decoration Day thi guest of friends in Rom well. MiBsVirgie Hendren departed monday for Loa Angeles to spend the summer. Mr. and Mrs; Buford Pope (from the mountains are in Carls bad visiting and trading. . C. D. Church will depart soon for Ypsilanti, Michigan, for a months vUit with horn folks. Marion Walker returned from Abilene, Texas, Saturday night, where he attended school the past year. Earl Matheson and Johnny Bogelin departed Monday for AbHene, Texas, for a visit of a few weeks. Jim Scanlon came in Wednes day from Toyáh, Texas, with ten head of horses which he will hold for sale. Todd Barber this week pur chased the C. R. Brice home in the northern part of town, consideration- $4,500. E. V. Albritton came in from his ranch Monday night and left Wednesday morning with a load of cement to build a citen. Mrs. D. G. Grantham and her youngest child. Erma, left for Mrs. Granthan's old home in Corsicanna, Texas, yesterday to spend the summer month...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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