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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 31 January 1913

John It Jorca, Prt'HKIrnt ronda. If thla I nttelided to at im TSk Little "BILL RAISERS" AFX COMING BACK Roo nit LljrhtH HI A Evenings eC Home IwlOlC Evening Entertainments Night Study LATER. BEDTIME Etc., Etc 1 TWIUOMT II U?'"! ' I av ) ere) I iOOT rOH BETTER ROAD. Pop g te plaee wtiin thtr re j oo roadt'and aveid place wkere there are bad read. J In srdar (or you to gt the benefit ef good read it mull be 4 built before oi are dead. Build - them now. We mutt get oelitiee out ef aur .. road building. ' Our univerertie muet Ihor. oughly equip meny highwey en- . gineere. ' rVut remember that, your Electric Iron Toaster, or other devices, cost, no more to use in tnrVNEa! are just. a necessary. See the HOT POINT at. ihcPublicUtilitiesCo. kdl UcdJ Hull k-li lti.il if v u& " " BUY YOUR STOVES NOW Have your stoves put up now and be ready for colder weather We Carry a Full Line of- WAGONS and BUGGIES Do Plumbing Work and Tin Work STATE ROAD IN WORK PENNSYLVANIA. If the Irmocnritr rtmleht...

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. — 31 January 1913

mhf ht bad an her last flomhoir, Pavld. without importing to do no, fouod himself mentally plrtoiiiiR hef ten yea ra hence a stout, pissl iiutiircd tnntron with a double rbln and a putu ful effort to dlainila It. lie was not taken iibnrk tvhen sh rushed over, with a Utile serrátil of tie Ibrht, and kissed liliu . resoundingly, fur wblrb abe Nhook bond wltbblm. It waa what be xtected. During lunrbeon Dnvld took oceaslnt to roinpllmeot linby on her Rood looks, her auertm and her prosited. "If trj Ir! I know rouid njo anrh Improvement In Are year I'm aura" bewail David gallantly. "I auiNtM you're thinking of t'hrls tine Uraddoek when you aay tbut," Mlil Nhe ahrewdly. He h.id the (trace to blush. "Well., let mo tell you. David, she't the prettiest thlnir on two letf." "She In lieatillfuir asked David, hli henrtlienta qtilekenln. "She's what you might rail ravish' lng," proclaimed Itutiy. "And ahe't very elegant, too. Tell me about Colo nel Urand's daughter." "How do you happen to know" ...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 31 January 1913

Carltbad 'Printing Co., Publishers Win. H. Mullan. Editor and Mbbimmt VBSt'RIITIOk II.MinraoDUin. OrMd.N.M. Friday. Jin. 31, 1913 Oarlatttid Currant ntahlUhwl Novamhwr I. IBM. N Mlr Hun tblmh1 M IZ. 1VU tVl two papan eonaoUdiitvit Octuber II. IWul. Official Paper of Town of Carlsbad. Official Paper of tddy County. NOTICE TO SUllSÍ HIHKUS. Owing to the fart that many of the valued subscribers to the Cur rent commenced to take the pa per during the dates of the first week in April and the 2."ith of that month their subscriptions will expire at that lime this yesr that being the date of the big contest in which an auto was giv- en. While we would glndly send the paper indefinitely and truM to the fnirnem and honesty of our many friends who so kindly patronized the Current and paid their rush for the taper for one year, the rulings of the Post Of- fice Department require thnt all subxcriptiiMis must be pnid in ad- vnnre. Therefore, if you fail to rercitc the Current after April 9th or t...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 31 January 1913

. ........i,. .....j .i.....r. (,.. Poo 1 be able to come nt this time. The Lis-1 , , , . ,.. , , ... !.,. i,- ,r,,:,, ! es and art, '.loe, -.-t ttfi from l.ovt 'g l y mito lady b.-ie r of ralln-v n'.a, I ' - recula' . of it ; . Wedi.es. it ' ell. l.i ICC I eo I , I !. 'I, ' lie I I In, , ii.l IC, I. !'t ni (l.iv a. i f il I'.l 'a-o, Teas, to eolio. Mr (ininn had been in tie 1. "I Me W -j.il,. iui 1 ilul! at .e l.d Iv M!.Vc". V Si,-.' Mí ÍUSDSB PICKED up beke, tüerk and EVERYWHERE BV OUR LOCAL nU8TLER. Wright Kllgore purchased an auto this week. if Ilea Stone came back from Long Beach last Saturday. hlph Shattuck waa in from his Dog canon horn Tuesday. C. O. Swickard la quite ill at hU Wu west of the city. Joe Lusk came in from the thla week for a short visit. ranch The Farmers Union held its regular meeting at the school houae at Ot last Saturday. Owing to a stress of business, the "Pin" social was not held as had been advertised, but on the con trary, a feature called "Apple Ana g...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 31 January 1913

v a ...' . . er. '" . vul-rr J. IDA1 AGE FOR BREEDING HEIFERS Opinions on Constantly Recurrlnt, Question Differ Considerably Develop Long Milkers. Tho age at which to breed thi heifers Is a constantly recurrln question. Opinions differ consider ably on this polont, and unfortunate) experience as related by breeders li Hot uniform by any means, writes IÍ B. Kaufman In Tho Town and Coun try Journal. The writer has always tried to make his opinions conform to tho ex perience and observation, but In the W4 A Well-Bred Animal. easo of breeding heifers It la vlewi bavo always been bucked up by both experience and observation. When tho heifer Ih bred to drop the first Cttlf lit the. nue of two years, and In nearly all liiHiiinees this can be dono, tho habit of kIvIiik milk la rarly stimulated, besides tho young cow Ih more tractable, and thus more readily brought under (he environ ment of her new condition. With tho first calf dropped at the ace of two years It Is belter to delay the breed...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 31 January 1913

FARM AND BEES BEGINNER t Important Consideration In Pur ohaslrtg Célenles of Baa la Thalr Healthful nesa. (By B. r. PHILLIPS. Ph. D.) It la dealrabla to bejln beekeeping tth a small number of oolonlea. In jurchaslDg tbeaa, It la usually best to btaln them near at boma rather tban o send to a d lit nee, for there la onslderablo liability of loaa In ship ment Whenever possible, It will tie ejter to get bees already domiciled In he particular hive chosen by the bee eper aa the best, but If this la not ractlcabla then bees In any hive or m box nivea may be purchased and ransferied. It la a matter of small Importance what race of beea la pur pued, for Queens of any race may Quean Mailing Caga. e obtained and Introduced In place of he original queen, and In a abort time he workers will all be of the same race aa the Introduced qut-m. Thla la Jue to the fact that during the sea son worker beea dlu rapidly, and after requeenlng they are replaced by the LlTsprlng of the new queen. J re Imuor...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 31 January 1913

r STATEMENT OF THE COUNTY TREASURER OF EDDY For I'und or Acrounl. 1. General County, 2. Court, ,' S. Inlet est 4. Srhool f. Wil.l Animal 0. Roads mid Undue " 7. Court House nixi Jail Repair.... K Ceiicrnl County Special 9. McLcnalhen ami Crawford 10. Territorial Treasurer 11. Treasurer' Commission 12. Assessor' ('(!iiiiiiis:,ion, J.W.I't ice J!l. AsM-ssor' Commission, Hriilc ami Repair Special 14. S.-h.ml District No. I ! !.". School Di-.tiict No. :i Hi. Si honl Hi.striet No. 4 17. School Pistii.-l No. T. 15. S.-hool District No. li I'.t. School Di-tri'l No. 7 "U. S hool I i' ti iit No. H 'I. Sclmol hi 1 1 . I No. I'l "J !. School I'isti ic t No. II i.' !. S. hool Dl triet No. 1.! lil. S, I I Hi. I riri No. I1! S.l.ool In in l No. 1 I. L'ti. S honl Di-tnrt No. !'. ' V. School Di-t'ict No. 1'.. 'A. Srhool Mi 1 1 1 1 No. 17. School District No. IS. ;' s.l., .1 Didti.t No. . .over x . .owr I School District No. L'O ;. S.hool 1 i.-t rift No. 21 S.hool I -l ricf No. 22. . ".I. S I .... i...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 7 February 1913

1 A n 1 , TWENTY-F.RST YEAR CARLSBAD NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 7, l 9 I 3. NUMBER 13 .'it 'I ' ' t TO V 1 i r y 1 1 S v.. STATE LEGISLATIVE NEWS SALARIES RILL IS AGREED BUT MAY ÜE LOST. ON Bill as Agreed on by Joint Finance Committee May Get Governor's Veto as it Differs From His Ideas. Santa Fe, N. M., Feb. 3. It now is reasonably certain that the legislature Will not take action on the amend ment to the federal constitution for an income tax before Tuesday or Wed nesday of the present, week. The reso lution passed by the legislature sen ate has not yet been reported to,, the Wjiouse but will be reported at '2:30 this afternoon. Authorities on house iu rules say mat tne resolution win ne X over one day before it can go to a vote and that likely it will first be referred by the speaker to a house committee before any house action is taken. This may make the delay even loajer. The joint finance committees of the senate and house, assert today that they have agreed upon a county s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 7 February 1913

(Elfcülarlflhaii Current Carlsbad 'Printing Co. , Publishers Win II. M lana. Mitur and Manacar UBSt KIII H SI.M) per annum. Carlsbad. N. M Friday. Feb. 7. 1913 i'rlbl Currant Utilirhml NvMntr 1. la. Nr Mauro Hun .ml.ll.hwl h W. IWN) íka two papara oonaulMalad Octobar tl. Official Paper of Towii of Carlsbad. Official Paper of Eddy County. .. - ! NOTICE TO SUBSCKIHEKS. Owing to the fact that many of the valued subscribers to the Cur rent commenced to take the pa- per dur'ng the datea of the first week in April and the 25th of that month their aubscriptions will expire at that time this year that being the date of the big contest in which an auto waa glv- en. While we wjiuld gladly aend the paper indefinitely and truat to the fairness and honesty of our many friends who so kindly patronized the Current and paid their cash for the paper for one year, the rulings of the Post Of- fice department require that all subscriptions must he paid in ad- vanee. Therefore, if you fail to receive th...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 7 February 1913

JOERWORLD AS EXAMPLE MM Dhblthop Bay Young Popl 4 Today Art Traveling th Wrong Road. w Orlana. Th underworld hai th exemplar of too many people who should bar for patron Mary Immaculate. d d Archblihop Hleak In a aer at th Jesuit' church recently, rhlch h acered modern dancing social custom. I spirit, he said, had resulted In dance aa.th "grttily bear." th Vey trot." th "Gaby elide" and (0unny bu." s It com to this" asked th Ishnp. "that our beautiful bo. )ur boasted civilisation, na. our Christianity, should be ban- to mute room for the vile cois n freighted with the miasma of aerworiar I appeal to mother. 'atber. for the love of "Ood. to eir race against this outrag." OFFEND ELGIN WOMEN Strayed or stolen from th Barnes pasture went of town, a Jersey heifer calf. 9 months old. Was raised a pet ami u very jrentle. Fiv "foliar re ward will be paid for Information leading to her recovery. Adv. It D. 0. GRANTHAM. Christian it Co., Irsurnnc. CHANGE OF IJUSINESS The Model i . srsa Market...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 7 February 1913

-'jii irü 1 r,"'n t-"" (T i" T 17 ,P IT:' .1 ' ,', yi;i-'!Í.-U'jr',llU-,lll .-r,;. ,--.1,)-".- .Jl"i ' ' - 'r"'' i,i:V NO, Joiim I! "'ivi ., I'll -ioi-iiI C. Mr vhii, Vlif Pr'-ildeiil. . .- luya infle CHtei.'t' and irn f lieedi t om- -unloliiflN. li.-itiid w.t acconi-t to wtft nmt'.ln of -Wirt. Hi.. Inw hnm Ding of an Ir fr-'in -Tin,, tore. la tld on h! f--i I " 1"vM bly Melted ty tli.'-lmi''""!""! "''"" "ctarlrtlM ra me I.H" Un- IH.rnri Sl ime Imlfwu.v hit..- m.. r hi reellwl Unit in.' .nm belittle tier iimlluT wn 11 Intiiwr Mm' etornted. Il.-r i"""'""1"" """W"r ed en bin fu.e HI- I"'1'"' ll,,r iiu. ii uihlik'iiU uer ryr nnn"- - tbej fN 1tHl.'IMl. ll'T l",r,,,l ! In amOi!Mn.-nl. t r-itinl.uly Hinmu-tiiut Into a euillt f W..11.I.T ! ntilM-li. l I No one hn'l iiki'i. "It-tt l Inltl!" lu' wild. piuviT Of breethlo!"" l" II1 "'f lie aprauu forwnnl. hi liimd tended. MYee!" he rrll. tniiin'it'l ' ""' new enjwet of lovfllnr Hue atoKl etrnlnlit nnd film tlf..!-.' hi in. atlll uiilH'll'vliii...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 7 February 1913

hCARLSBAD PICKED UP HERE, THERF AND EVERYWHERE BY OUR LOCAL HUSTLER. Mrs. L. A. Tomlinson ii qulU ill at her horn's on Orene Heights. Rorn Friday, January Slst, to Mr. and Mm. Henry Smith, a boy baby. , C. Heard came In this week from ranch to remain for some time in city. the R. M. Fessenden spent yesterday in Roswell on a business trip returning last night B. B. Daugherty, a plumber, of Ron well, is in the city this week working at his trade. C. A. Blgelow, of Lakewood, is in the city employed at painting and pa fleianjring. A. J. Richmond and wife of Toyah, as, were among this week's arri- s in Carlsbad. The Christian ladies will hold a mar ket Saturday afternoon at the Peoples Mercantile store. Perry Alexander was in the first of the week from the D ranch, making the trip in the Burnett car. Charles May spent several days in Roswcll last week on business for the United States Reclamation Service. innry Reed has taken his old po li as conductor between this city Pecos, taking cha...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 7 February 1913

SURPRISE III LAWS HAQEL DISCOVERS A TARIFF BOARD HAS EXISTED SINCE THE YEAR IftdS. WAS FIRST BUREAU OF LABOR lt Duties and Power ef Investigating Production and Prices Hers and Abroad Now Belong to Bureau of Commerce. By GEORGE CLINTON. Washington. An extraordinary dis closure has come through a careful reading of tln Ihws of the land by Charli-a Niiri'I. secretary of com merce an! lalior. It has Junl been brought publtely to notice that sine th1 year lhM the government has linri tin power through one of lis do lnrtininis to do nil the Investigating iiH;p8anry to get a proper business tin deratnndtne: or tin Iff mutters for the uses of COt RrPM. In other words, with nil the Iron bio that th a dm I n Intra Hon hud to get a tariff bonrd and ll!i nil the excite ment of debate atlendln? the Rt tempt, mid with the flial "killing" of tha tertfT board by congrega, there hits lMH-n actually In existence a tariff board with full iowere which nevei tuts been at work iiml whose very ex lati'ii...

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 February 1913

trmtií -i v 'i 7WENTY-F RST YEAR STATE LEGISLATIVE NEWS THE STAND PAT LEADERS HELD COUNCIL OF WAR AND PLAN TROUBLE FOR GOVERNOR MEM HERS OF GANG FINAL ARRANGE MENT FOR FUNERAL The members of the old gang have been busy for a couple of weeks mak-1 Ing the final arrangements for the fun- ' and immediately heard the governor's eral obsequies of what remains of the message relative to the expositions in tand pat republican party in New 1915, Speaker Haca tabling it .to come Mexico. The decidedly questionable ' up with the bills on the question Tues tactlcs which were used in the election day. of Senator Fall to succeed himself) A message from the senate an have been followed since the senator- nouneed the passage of Senate Bill 89, lal election and this week the thinly relating to condemnation proceedings disguised attempt to make trouble for 1 by cities. Senate Bill 91, amending the the governor became apparent to -ill. low relative to the selection of venires This is but a renewed att...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 14 February 1913

flíhr(f nrliilinh (f iirrintt'ÍH'T OK JAI1' after 32 ykaks siHjrvLuruu.uu urruu slurulSKI) HY M.TOS 1;T(. ', II. Miillmi Kilitm muí MnnfiT l IIWI MUI l" I .HI ,l I M II ti U III ÜrUUJ.N.M.rt.Jav. I-VI.. 14. 1913 Ollkld1 INipcr ol UJy louiny. NOI K i; TO Si lS HUM US. (Iw ink' to the fin I Ihiit mnny of I he valued miIim rilirrs to Ihct'ur mil rotiinit'iui'd to lake tlx- pa-pt-r (luring I lie dales of Ihe first v.ttk in April unci I he 2' til of (hut month llnir subM-riplions will expire al t Hut time this year (hnl bciliK I he dull' of the liitf ronli'Kl in m hit h an uuto ns glv en. While would (,'hidly Hend Ihe paper indelinilely and trust to the fairness and honesty of our ninny friend who no kindly ! i patronii-d (ho Current and paid their rash for the paper for one year, the rulings of the 1'oxt Of fire Department require that all subscriptions niUHt be pnid in ad vance. Therefore, if you fail to receive the Current after April Hth or the 2."lh as the rano may he, do not blame ...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 14 February 1913

CO-OPERATIVE IDEA IS GOOC Formation of Association for Klllln and Packing All Hoga Grown In Ono Community. (By S. M. HIM.ER) Coma of the neighbors are talklni bout forming a cooperative naeocla Uon to kill and puck all the bogi Crown to the community. Thla strike tne aa a pretty good tlBn and I an going Into the combination. We hav twenty fanners all signed up and only want two or three more to make tbi organisation complete. I never couuj e why It was good business for th farmers to sell their hogs at prlcei fixed by the packers aiter paylni freight, shippers' profits and commie Ion to the Chicago packing houses, We have a good market for all 01 our products In St. Louis, Chicago an Ranaaa City and It la our Intention U hire an experienced packlng-houa tnan to superintend the elaughterln, and curing and then select a man wht is a member of the association to at tend to the selling. Thla will be on Who Uvea at the county seat and raJaoi from T5 to 100 hogs every year. Everj member o...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 14 February 1913

(ntng log out Us vid did not wait nw,r wn !H Intended to do. He vaa ruehlog off lo hall ' hansom, nirk riillnwMi hi in to the curb. "If you aea Hrtid tell him there's no hard feeling. Iavy It waa a niriy bids"", i - but I deserva It for not ducking The hnneom sped dn Fifth avenue with Ha nervone paaawwr Dirk abiMik hla head wearily Then ba etullcd Front hla coat pocket he at tracted a shining revolver Three niln utea Isjfore It bad been In David Jent eon's pocket "lie's pellet off without a.tbliiK Ilka thin." inued tha clever philosopher. Thouiaa llraddock rana tha doorbell at tha I'ortman home shortly after 8 o'clock, lie win jMrfectly calm and la full powHHMlon of himself. "I want to aea Mra. llraddock. the man In the vestibule. aid "Call again." aald the aervant curtly. "Juat a minuta, pleaaa." aald nraa dock. There waa something In hla toue. however, that cauaed tha foot otan to besjtste. "Mra. Hraddock la occupied." he an nounced. . "You mean abe lan't up yet. I'll wait." remar...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 14 February 1913

CARLSBAD PICKED UP lllOlt IHERF AND EVERYWHERE lY OCR LOCAL HUSTLER. "rat" Russell and J. II. Welch of Loving, were in town Tuesday. RuHh Piatt, from cast of l.vington. has moved his family to Carlsbad. W. II. Hull and Williard Unten weir passengers to Roswell yesterday. Ixiy Penny, of Carlsbad, is working in the ulTice of the Iovinglon Lender. Mr. Rosa Krocger was in the city last week from her home in the Seven Rivers district Mrs. Josephine Camp is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. D. Mill man, in Day ton, tthla week. Mrs. Chas. A. May and daughter, Florence, left Monday night for an ex tended stay in Los Angeles. A. M. Ellis, J. T. C.arrett and E. I). Oliver, Jr., were among the lvlngton people in Carlsbad last week. Frof. Hunch and family will move tomorrow to the second story of the Fant building on Canyon street. W. II. Mullane editor of the Current is confined to his bed this week, at his home one mile west of the city. Dr. A. A. Deardnff, if Lovingtnn, re cently purchased c ne...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 14 February 1913

ITrojrram pf Eddy County Teachers' Association. To he hi'M at Carlsbad, Ni-w Mexico. .March 15, at the Hirh school liuildin-: Uencral Tin-is of Meeting: "THE TEACHER." SATURDAY. NINE A. M. 1. TI!K TEACHER AS A SOCIAL FACTOR: (a) On thi' Playground. F. M. Hatfield, Carlsbad Miss Alice Atcherry, Ar tesia. (b) In the Community. ('. L. White, I .one Tree Mis Curra Hunt, O tin ÍI. PROFESSIONAL ETHICS. (a) Courtesy Toward Other Ap plicants, ami, After Em ploynieiit Toward Your Predecessor. Miss Muhcl Ilenriohson, Artcxia R. W. Newlin, Malatra h) Proper and Improper Meth ods of Securing Positions. Miss Ora Kiiykend.t!!, Cnrlhitd , Mrs. II. G. Howard, I.ov intr AFTERNOON, ONE P. M. c) Loyalty to Superiors. (I) The Teacher's Standpoint. Rocl-y Miss '.V'-nie Morton, .Mrs. B. F. KniHcr, Day- ton CO T" S''i)'nitendetit andjer i I "r i txi i ui) 's Standpoint A. R. C.-lnr, Carlsbad crt Matthews. Edwurd Punly, Pert Willis Boyd, Lukewood I) incan, Elmore Jones, Sum Morrison, St. me Causes of Failu...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 21 February 1913

i TWENTY-F RST YEAR CARLSBAD NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 21. 1913. NUMBER 16 STATE LEGISLATIVE NEWS alary Bill That Meet Approval of Governor Introduced. Santa Fe, Feb. 14 The third and probably the last of the flock of salary measures which has been talked of and Introduced and pondered over by the legislators since tho opening cf the legislative session, wan introduced into the Senate thia morning by Sena- a iir w t til I vui . ia. muv-uy. l nu 0111 is unv i proval of the executive and to have avoided certain objections ' which ho yTihed to the bill passed ln.-,t year by .the house. I. Both senate and hoiis" hold sessiors this morning, and aiMiaugh both were brief a good denl cf busino. was got through, both homer passing a few Lilis and considering other n at ters A general public utilities bill wm introduced In the house by Mr. Cha ve, of Torrance county. It was re ferred ot thejudiciary d corpora tion committee jointly. Toír bill cov- tablishing a dry farm experiment sta tion...

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