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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 23 June 1911

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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 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 23 June 1911

n rtiMiil time ll lia- I me -" i'M 'll w I en? I"- t, thai tin? '. ' 111 l'-'t llic i 1 , i' i i 1 1 'ir . I : .i i -. 'ir I . Pellín TI,.- míiiiiiiiiüiiiu il cu f ill' l':ii loll i i iv ii i int is the win irritan' io a i - u "i- '"' .1 mn i ,-n te o. .'. .V I..- i 1 'I he whole load wnn The Carlsbad Auto Company. The Carlsha-I Auto IJarage i jirohuM.v the largest ami ti?ist structure nf the kiml i t h ter ritory. It s cotistrucN'd f pressed hriek will) a concrete (loor 1 m x J i m ffft. Tin- garage S equipped V i t 1 ohc of til' most complete machine slcps in the t-rrit r for tin- itliuildiiig of popular Al llopsoii In i 1 1 (In- reg- plunder ;i'its : i r i I new stant I v o iiniii.:' in of til"' s ami i;i'i'ii'- for tin- ili t'l'IVIit par! of lili' great ll'' Vfl. !: ai " :i a iris are cotí- ular driver of tin mail ar which hroiight throtich A large stock mak' recular trip- over the pn; i T I n t mi-liap. oKu Ir art K Uta an oiilv tí c! I ll1 ( 1 1,. ' VV !,' ir . ,r c 'lii I '!....

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. — 23 June 1911

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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 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 30 June 1911

NINETEENTH YEAH CARLSBAD NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY JUNE. 3Ü, 1911, NUMBER 33 BAD SHOOTING SCRAPE L (Joe) Walker and J. F. Hart Shoot it Out- Result of Old Feud. HART GE1S THE BEST CF Tilt FIGHT. Tin: usual Rircnity of Carlsbad the I'ouuli fill was ru'lcly turbcd la -t Monday evening at about l-'') when it was passed around (hat Joe Walker was shot and killed by J. I'. Hart. In quiry developed however, that though shot he was not killed and late reports ore that he wnl live. There are (wo stories to the affair as in all tuch cases, and to give both Bides txncly as re ported by all concerned will be the endeavor, leaving the public in an unbiased state of mind, bo that those called as jurors in the event of trial, may be without any opinion whatever as to where to lay the blame, until after these cases are tried in court. It seems from all reports that Walker was assisting Lewis Scott to round up his father's, C. J. Scott's cattle, in the pasture owned by "Bill" Coates, three miles southwest...

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. — 30 June 1911

The Carlsbad Current CathhaJ 13rinlmg Co., Puhluhtn Wm. 1 1. MulUnr. I'tr,. rciiHi Hill Ion II Mi prr ninim Cerl.l..l. N.M.. l n.Uy.June 30. I9H 1W. hm Mntrn Unr. (. Italttsr. Muy IV. W TW t'i iir rtfiwlirlalMt tftMimr 1 1 . lr7. Oifkldt Paper of tdJy County. PRAISL ABROAD NEW MEX ICO. II li-u. II. ln. Ijpt every man who Inven tho Wwt I'raire abroad New Mexico; lft every ope who love her beet Hhnut aloud, New Mexico! Yi-a, li-t them t-1 1 nf mountains hih. Of rratrgy eaks that kins I he nky Khixv rtia'chl-ra beauties never die, Train abrod N Mmici. Kiiw let them aiieak of vain anil plain, Train abroad New Mexico Of riteniiig fickle of iroldon grain; Shout alond, New Mexico! Of apple, peach, ami mellow pear, Ami all the fruits both rich ami rara That irrow an Juicy, eweel and fair Trame ahruail New Mexico. Ami let tin m write tho mining worlil, I'reise. aliroad New Mexico Ami send that n-ws afar unfurleil, hihout aloud, NnW Mexico That roier, K"ll and silver hrirht, Ami precious aton...

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. — 30 June 1911

LOCAL HAPPENINGS Mrs. Bolle Reed left last Sat urday for a visit to relatives in Artesia. Tom Gray was in from his eight section ranch near the D ranch. Monday. Mrs. Fred Montgomery, of Malaga, was in Carlsbad the first of the week. Nate Roberts and S. F. Crock ett, of Pearl, were in town Tues day for supplies. Mrs. George Lucas and chil dren are spending ten or fifteen days at the II. Slash ranch. W. A. Simmons was In town. Monday from his goat ranch thirtv-five miles southwest. Owing to the illness of her son Will, Mrs. Sam Smith has been spending part of her time In Dayton. Rev, J. B. Cochran, was in the city on church business the first of the week, going north again Tuesday morning. Mrs. Jesse Wheeler and chil dren are visiting relatives at Newton. Kansas, leaving Carls bad last Saturday. - Ed Young.of the Huling ranch, has bought an auto and now makes the drive home from town in a couple of hours. Mrs. Nettie Campbell left first of the week for Vautfhn, where she will spend th...

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. — 30 June 1911

MRPAWAI, .CD PON fCC29i hutía nf a fm.ili.-r a.Vmld n.ik tn imbrr If tlii-t 11 rr tin- fnimt- !iri" '.. tr. tlmueh we lint i' iii-vnr aeon nu l.li iiii ihI rimo of n rrnnlireed turl.iy innl came nr fu -r nii'l niiiiilr, -,. 1 ivi-mi-ll ll.HlVll fil.lnnx Iiiti-11,1.-. ..! "i iiiniki- tvi-n- ii mil. n,i pi i.... l.'.l tnvi-ilier. Till I.i',. i. i i .ii in,.) ilurka iiri'ii 1 ,11 11 n I-h 1 hi. ki ;i nt .. i.iim in, f,, i- i), . v , ...:r:.v TREATING EARTH ROADS WITH OIL Matt im Will Giva Fair (iCSuliS. ' WEPAiWM Cf SUSCRADeJ Sam f 1,., ', 1- 7,1.,., V" th Tin W'lh r.' 4 : i,l Ho ,1 t.'r I .. i.l V ) Crn lii t-n With t 1 ra t "fi h At n a tn f'ia,,ar- ing th P ,.. I T , I -i,.,. t,; 'I '.. ' ' ' i ' 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 .! I; : i I ' II . H I l-l : II i. -II' .ll l HI . II (1 ,1 ;'. I, , I l 1 11 ( i., I.I. I .1,1 I ..,! Wtj .,.f.. ! II rim l-i I . I t,i rue 1 1 1 I r -r l : i . .'" I Ir-titi under nil llif n:i.i lull nTI'.li" l.f ai,l nuil Un. ii ii I ' ti 1 1 ' i iiIU I ilnVri-nt im-i In -d...

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. — 7 July 1911

tddf Counlf Jc Aa cQMBt CARLSBAD NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY JULY. 7. 1911, NUMBER 34 NINETEENTH YEAR A FAREWELL BANQUET. Friend of W. S. Jolley, Ban queted by Hon. 1. S. O-borne- Popular Man Given a Hearty God Speed. RESOLUTIONS OF REGRET SIGNED BY ALL Last week the popular express agent Air, W. á. Jolley was transferred a notch higher up in the service of the Wells t argo company having been in the em ploy of the company twenty years, over ten oí w hich were spent in Carlsbad and he is now in Hoswell. Before leaving for Uoswell Mr. I. S. Osborne invited about fifty of the mutual friends of himself and Mr. Jolley and they gather ed at the Legal Tender last Sat urday evening at nine o'clock. As is the custom at these little banquets given by Mr. Osborne there were many after dinner speeches and a general good time. After the dinner the following resolutions were read and all present signed them as well as a few others: Whereas, We have learned that it is the intention of our friend and fello...

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. — 7 July 1911

ioii-o. wHI, liaru, te n aere or mo.itht. died jeshrday at 12.:t', ; l cl.ar.l. and w'vnr.ty acri-it iind-r Mlr, f rfv six i cars and i-ix ;n i , . i I in '.( tarín ;.i .1 a'l . f ti, 'aK am Most of the Mpa ,, , M..c,in ri,..;,,.. k I I si... : I The Carlsbad Current . (;- NJ; lín1d!rt?n rul wife I last week traded their town prop- Died. Thomas Jefferson Grady, who & CarlshaJ 'Printing Co., Publishers 1 ,'rtr in 'rlsbad for a I'd) acre han liwn II w ith lung trouble at : X m. 1 I. NJnlUnr. IV,. farm improve : with a five room the Anderson Sanitarium for six V The Cash Store The Cash Store It II" I'll ll'iNt! Vi H r II III II III ........ ... . . ilium, nun n-r-i,iy i tí iiiiuvi CrlUIAM. I .i.!-v. July 7. nil', jtl ,,., ,,,, r.r ,..1 . ! . :.. - v. V.. vi i .1 V I.'. !' tii'iiiihs. Mr. (irady was in the reai e: tute business in Lake a un 1 Oiildionia, three miles freiu I Meet me at J. F. Flowers. 0!llM IV ol IdJy (tmnlv. t Ml! ( i i ' r iiiii tul r i il. S;it i, r-. ! i; ' H i! I...

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. — 7 July 1911

LOCAL HAPPENINGS Fred Leek was a passenger on the enrly train Sunday, ftoins to Roswell. I-ather Christm.m, of Koswtll, : spent WedncsJiiy with Father; Arhojrnst. George Fiisk. nrti'.-u:in well inrj ei-tor for IMdy county, was in to .v m .vestir hy. , Miss M.ibel Mnduett is visit- inar i'i Aff'si.i and will be nbuMit ' n ,, i ,!. .'" v.k ; .lii'ius i' 'ike and wife depart-, ed ye-iir lav for Yi.init, Arizona. , where they will re ido in the; future. Mrs. T. .1. Kin I t and little son. Tom. returned Sunday from ! ,i ton days' visit with relatives ntj Lovinvton. live cars o! immigrant mova-; bles arrived here last Saturday, with four families of Mcnnon- ites who have purchased homes in the valley around Loving. C. W. Doeman was elected president of Farmer's Union, at Loving last Saturday, vice W. VV. Martin, who has sold his farm and loft the district. Dick Thorno packed his grip last week and left for Chatta nooga, Tennessee, to join Mrs. Thorno and babies expecting to return about t...

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. — 7 July 1911

Come one and all;ou will not be 25c and 35c grado cuf to 19c V 15 ARO ROA INS. THE MORRISON BROS. STORE BARGAINS. AT SLAU OHTER SALE This is the rarest bargain event oí the year; will you be one of the lucky ones to 'ge;on this? SALE BEGINS SATURDAY, JULY, 8th 1911., Wo oflor our Knlire slock at a great sacrifice to the people of this city and vicinity. livery department offers great opportunity to the economical buyer. Seasonable Merchandise at unmatchless prices. In winding up the summer season we find left on our hands a number of odds and ends in Mens suits, Boys suits, Mens odd Trousers and Shoes, Ladies Dresses, Skirts, Waists, in fact everything we sell for men, women and children. This sale includes everything in the house. Be sure and Come, Bring your Friends. The Earlier you Come the Better the SELECTION. Mr'.NS' SUITS j Negligee Shirt. The i-illi-ctioii contains the unison lliirh Class fancy Madras negliee cniart.-Hi I'al.ries in lute modi-Is. shirt standard makes, regula...

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. — 14 July 1911

AÍ"VTv"k-?,í "N-'r VV fNtSv!TV'r'i fflxt 0' q mu An : j'u NINETEENTH YEAR SHIPPING THE PEACHES A Heavy Crop Givei Employ ment at Good Wages to Many Tickers and Packers. LA HUERTA ORCHARD SCENE Of ACTIVITY During Hi.' pint t mi ihys pr : ably no th..T r.iii'.víy st ilion n iN'j.v M'íji ii ii sai.).! -I n- many can t' ich h h the sid ing recently nut in at La Huerta a I unit a mili? am! a half north of the Carlsbad depot. The actual1 shipments so far were ten cars I .... i.... i . i, i i, t u' iu j cam 'jay ail'l int. i-iv vulii will jí today. Copuland and Hausmann, of California, have the contract for picking and packing and are working from fifty to sixty people at present. The packers get thr;e cents per box and the contract for putting the boxes or crates together m let to one of the eight expert peach handlers brought from California. The shed adjoining the siding where the peaches are packed is 30.G0 feet and is fitted with a long counter where the sorters and packers work when ...

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. — 14 July 1911

Th Carimbad Current Carhhoií 'Printinif Cu. , I'tiHishcrt. Wit.. II M..IU.-. I'... ,.,. I ..- KII I I" IN l Carl-U.i. M , F.U.Jlv 14, i iv. r.. Tu i ' . . .. J-Li t .-I li . ..I Mil I.' .. Ul.'t ' Ii I .1 Oftld.ll llf if f JJ (uiiy. A VnlunMr I'rrinium. I In- Ci.f n :it I. .is tliiM .I i di al tut a ii ti ti 1 1 .i r ni iliniiif m-i-. ill lliir I y Mir f i -. i i- Ii nf tin- In --I (linn I Ul ll V. . -1 i- t ! . . 1 f Mill III- I'lV'll til .ill ill- - ! iV. t i.l (hi- i;i pi r with Mu- vi- il ' -i i ; t imi tit ei, I y iS. I In i -I r !i . i.n- Miprl luf lo tin- ,ivit .ft- -i lil Inr 57 in. iii M-f, I Mili- V" r -1 v a in-'ln ill Mir yi-.r's mtiM t ijit ii ii tu tin- (tit It lit I h- i arh i t up t hat is l.eirn' rail,, ml Iron, mehards all over th. '.aaivaiiu i-permlly in ,n (w ijr(j (- rnminunity phrase as k od and as ntrikin I''""-'1- ' "' '.ni lit to every i spirit, for Inst anee, is l.cim; I'm- as these old ones hut also oil man, v.oman and luid ni the t,.re , Neihtiors an- hel...

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. — 14 July 1911

ira LOCAL HAPPENINGS Mr. Harlan Thomas i.J on the sick list this week. Koa Middleton is spending a few days in the city. I.e Koy Lancaster of Emice was in town yesterday. J. L. Taylor was in town from his ranch r.e-ir Lovinvton. Tues day. Harry ('aider of Artesh a former C irlsliadite w.t in town yesterday Kun Holt and Siten. -e .lowcll came in from the east sideuf the county. l'in'-d iy, in the l itter's car. Mrs. M. S. drove is visiting with her friend, Mrs. W. (J. Me Arthur, 'out on the plains this week. Mrs. J. I. Leek and two chil dren returned Tuesday from a visit to relatives and friend 4 ut Monahans, Texas. Miss Hallie Kindel will leave tomorrow for the Plains country where she will visit with rela tives for sometime. S. StolaroiF of the China Parlors u crockery house in Kl Pas3 is here visiting his brother Frank of the Boston Store. Mrs. V. K. Smith and children Frank ami Isabel, returned Tues day afternoon from an extended visit to relatives in Kl Paso. Mrs. (Jeorge Duncan...

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. — 14 July 1911

"MU lia I uril I l..v.. BABIA müw Kíi ?? J.""' r.n. 1. "n,..,., n-i .mi. icHiaaiiiiKc.i v.. . SHADE TREES PRESERVE ROAD Their Value In Making Highway! Durable. Tin' mine of simile trees In prescrv 1 1 1 tr r-I iln!i i. ni l,y mi fiilliu 0 111" I III II letter ll-llltl) I'Tllltiil III t Mum heter IN II i I lil-li The writer ilipri'inli't I Ik- mli'lln tul ac tivity "I tin' niermc nil-. 1 1 1 1 i muí ii 'M itfi-N i'ii' i-liihiinu i'f nil. nl tree l.itlnt llnili their relien ni. llei III f (!n. I llicj urv a help in tin. r'.:i'lv perhaps tin other lit'.' ii -.v." In- hi. l:. !rl.lli. "i ,1.1,. tl In the (Job..- it l f ii.itm-illj I"- ful d -irn 1 i ' III .i " I .ii '..!;. :rl II- !i if I- III Ul ' 'it. i . i .ii I i. i. 1 1' . 1 . i ii i i. . i ..i. i . I ii i.l.ij , ! . I.-. i ! i . . : i ; . I. . . : i . i i . - i .: I . 1 i I I ' r'- 11- ' 1 (. 1 ' 1 1 1 .:'. I'M i'ii 1 ' ' ' ' ... f.i f. 1 i . i' 1 1 I 1 i' . . I- I M, f l i 1 1 1 i . t I r." ;-k? ' .- & f'ií7Z f 7 II kvS :; - ...

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. — 21 July 1911

tin- I'eace are al al' : I'l l' .l-!!l Wi'l'tl :'ii cu i In- sectiri" . Ci".! !, tin- ( 'H! tJJ; fount, j, i 4B tg,(.. Sib CARLSBAD NEW MEXICO, FRIUAY JULY, 21. lull. NUMBER 30 NINETEENTH YEAR KILLED BY HIS TEAM While Uuhitching at hi Home on the Vineyard Stock Farm Three Mile South of Carlsbad. TEXCHER'S INTITUTE Soon to Convene in Carlsbad. j Prominent and Efficient i Instructors Secured. ! S100.000.00 DWELLING Mouse Will Follow Pueblo Style and be Constructed Around a Patio inn.lcrn Conveniences l' -iivd. The residence will I'i'i.oDO and will cover u f Iimi by 2 feet in area. In' intention of Mr. Web- Tl.c KJ.lv C mmv TWIirr's I....Í-! GEGRGE WEBSTER BUILDS w.ll convene July 31, 1911, at! P P. Ml I IMS Al MOST INSTANTLY KILLED Cail.l.ad New Mexico. f..r a pen. tute pw Mexico, fur a period of (our wrek. I he imt twj vvrrks will br more etprrially (or those who com í P .11!.. ...,! i.! iniiifina V, .,111111 innici iiijuiiv.i , . ,r . r , , . . . .... témplale writing lor crrh leale...

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. — 21 July 1911

The Carlr.bad Current CatlshaJ 'Printing Co., I'tihtishtrs Wm. It. MulUr. IV,. I It' Mil I tt I ' . r annum CarMmil. N AI . ln.Uv.Julv 21. I'JI I I ..irn.l .lt.l.-l...l S..,,.,rt I'' M ! M. Mil ! . I ,. M I.'. IW.fi Th ti. ,,. ,-l- . ,i.-,.I..Ii'i-. I I..U-I II l'-,7 Offliidl IVr f I JJv (ounty. A Valuable Premium. I III' (. III II lit IlilS 1 lil .1 .1 ill .ll f i r m nuinli.'l nf (lliniit oris uf thir ty (lie iH .i s . ;n ll (il tl.r lu st Ohio .(lu í M- .11 1' tliiit ill he nivel) tn nil lid i lil i I - if tl.r i,in r with Míe v . mi V -il- 1 1 1 t inn nt mil y t t (V I l.i e tilth's .lie Mli(nr to tl.. .iwi.i.r mid fur 47.11 per Hi, hl'sllll". lill ll.iC .1 tfClIlt ll( míe y -1 Mih-i t iptiMi tn the Cur rent. Jmli;r Free in 11 11, (il Cut Istiml, delivered 11 K.nirih nf July oriitinn in Vi'turi.i, H. t. riititlrd "Our Ni lehlidts." Who, rairpt Judyr rleiiii.in 1 un I 'I 111 ;ikc 11 talk th.it wmi 1 1 it will nil the mini Is of Imth ( nii.i'll ins nnd the sons nf Ulule Si 111.' H...

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. — 21 July 1911

LOCAL HAPPENINGS j Curivrit office for job printing. Capt. C. V. Merchant came in from the ranch last Wednesday. W. D. Hudson, of Pecos, was in to I'll yesterday on business. C. ('. Harbert and fanvly, who have I eon visitin r in Rmwell, the pi-t t hr't weeks, returned Mon lav. I'M Toner will leave tomorrow for Kansas Ci' V. whore lie w'll he employ d at the I'nion Stock yards as inspector for llie Texas Cattle Raisers' Association. Mrs. Melle Reed returned last Tuesday from a months' visit to Mr.'. I'.ert MeCaw at Artesia ami is iiipw at her own home in this city. C. II. Lamb came in from War.hineton last Thursday night, anil with his wife and baby have taken rooms at the Neely resi dence. Judge Cunningham, who has been attending to business inter ests in central Iowa for two weeks past, returned to Carls bad last Monday. Mrs. I). (',. Grantham, nnd little daughter, returned from a six-weeks' visit to relatives in Corsicaiia. and is better pleased with Carlsbad than ever. Lester Ba...

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. — 21 July 1911

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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 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 28 July 1911

CÜarlñírafi (Üurratf NINETEENTH YEAR NUMBER 37 PECOS RIVER Largeit Flood for Many Year Sweep Down River. Utilities Dam Damaged. Irrigation Dams Intact. Carls bad Irrigation Project Undamaged DAMAGE TO ALFALFA. Last Sunday night and Mon- work of about 4 m feet. This day morning occured the heav- earthwork was made lower nt iest downpour of rain in Carls- ' the north end so any waters corn bad since July 10. 11MI2. the fall ing from the hill or nny rise in of Monday morning being 3.73 while that of July 10. IW2 was 3.80. The big rise was reported by wire from Santa Rosa last Fri day and arrived on schedule time Monday being assisted by the heavy downpour which ex tended from below Loving to above Poswell. When the government officials learned that a big rise was com ing preparations were made to handle the water at Avalon and McMillan. The gates at Avalon were thrown open to the number nf twentv.tbree nnd when the I rise struck the dams it soon de i... .i .i., i veloped that the spill...

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