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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 21 February 1913

ffilir&arliUmit (Current Win. M. Miillmir. YaUU-x iiI Miiimi I'M-' 1(11 ll'O i M-r a nn ti in . ijultbid lurrmi i.tHl'lidmi NmvviiiInt I '& in. Nw Mriini Sun f.mi.iii-lKrt Kif lü. l fbttvo ppr 'HiwutniNtMi Ociiiiiri II. IMi;. Orinad, N. M.I ridav. 21, 1913 Otlicidl I aft r of Iivmi of UrlsLad. (Hliuai r'dprr ul tdJy touniy. The lecture given ly at High School tu tin- Mr. Itoatmanled students, on i "IHi'xiiu" a pnftiiiii nf which wo pub lish in this Í.-..-UI-, I n to what an ex tent the best iiit-iiri i i 5 f men may li misled ami dccciwd hy first impres sions. Till' plllll Of going to Mt'Xit'O and remaining a year or two muy give a person a knowledge of the whole people and their hitory for four hun dred years ami the impressions gained may he full knowledge of the country and its people. But, it is not likely that such impressions wil he taken hy Ktudenl of Mexico as authority on the Mexican subject.. The statistics of the Catholic Church, show that the officials of the Chu...

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 February 1913

I I I Farmers9 Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matan Etpeckl Meant t LzJ tU top" Airirahvwl Organisation Is business sanity. Every man should be his own main . prtng. I Why don't you like cold weather; lti a sign you are old. To be able to say nothlnit when II la best to keep still Is a gift I Who Is first In bed at your house at night? We will bet It Is father. j Borne people become so busy thai i they have no time to do anything The cause of unhapplnees Is easily gotten rid of If wealth Is the cause There Is no Ufe mor worth the II v- lng than that of the farmer on hli ' farm. I a The man who borrows trouble, ai 7 a rule, has to go off his own farm . to find It. I The schoolboy who milks regular!) very night and morning is all the bet ter for It. i Never put a dollar Into your pocket whlcr lowers your character when It goes down. 1 The old proverb. "There Is nothing new under the sun," has no reference . to farming. j Your life Is your religion; what yoo do counts fo...

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 February 1913

falla Into atiite nf pitreiiitt ethniH cura, borauae that fis-lluit naturnlly Hilfli rollen ireniiiii'iii i .- - j i- ; -t!l- r.J .-A--aa-J -p-,. SJ I cm Id kill tilm ,, u.e ..mi .... ...i ; - Chrl-Hno I ii ""' fr"n,u1 í..i.i.D,.i.iH.ir ....i - ; ;; i. mM kill II.' I. .hi family. Hp H"i titn ..ma nmre f' "''it i i i . . - - n,'nT,nT l-.i'f. K..r 5-1- ... .. .; ?,";,,;r , -lie lllllKlH-t Hi ' , " drunken iHirmiln I I....I mii.! thl. h 'n bad t.irne.1 "l '1" ,r"lU H,,,r Ttii'UHlfV II Innkpil atvn Tim .x.r.-MU.n In her ej-M ul him Ht ' loilfe "I niilíht lo Iiiivp lain Mim mr inm. Mary." he hu!iI . "Yon nwr hip h llitle lin ti "' n"'1 tear. Tom. flT H I ! year." "(Ml. I'll K't '. ''i-'"' I ,,1h Hip Innt IIiiip )'ll pvit ee hip." -It Ihii I Ihnl Hint I i- There n tlnip when were hiiiy. H'"l I. I ilo not fwt'H I Iip olil iIhvm. Im-'uip you-1 nipnn, t In n n ere ..rkiim I "Thia IB th on, grant, solitary hon in your life." ttether. von nuil I. l up I rniiirol ( tlio iIipiih Nol Huí! I "I. ....

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. — 21 February 1913

V. 0 CARLSBAD PICKED UP HERE, THEJtF JLSÜ EVERYWHERE II V OUR LOCAL II USTLEtt. Holly Benson was in from the .ruich . the flrit of the .week. .Band Benefit. Night Tuesday, Jb. th, at Peoples .Theatre. T. C. Webb -tpont Thursday of last week on business in Lakewood. Lon Cottingham.. of Ros well, was. business visitor in the city last atur- Dr. L. Black, .of Monument. xras in the city on a rush vijt the middle of .the week. M. L- Pierce, Jr. of .Ros well, was a , business visitor to Carlsbad this week , comino; .down Monday. Frank Moore s .a .visitor at the '.'D" ranvh the first of the weeg, gir tout in the Burnett car. Mrs. Bvwie Gosar.tt, who has been wisiting relatives is .Lakewood is a jjain at home in this alty. .The proceeds of the Picture Show at tthe Peoples Theatre Tuesday night, Feb- 24th, will go to the band. Come and help the Band at the Peo- pies Theatre 1 uesday night, r el. Z4th Good music by six piece orchestra. . Andy Zeiglt r, proprieter of Star Market spent. a coupl...

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. — 21 February 1913

he.'l it 1 vf lieef'. IixtK'Oml remata o ie' o he av ni. Ili-n.lppnrst. I itipim. nervoilp A! nrt iifher l neniina nit ert oii III p'o iNMiiiiH it Plien the howeU l:iil r rt duilv M.'in intended. All ilii nmy le avuauuii, t rou will acn'Hl our ailvira, tyte iiMt lik eandy. They ara pnitliii ami muir lu action. Thejr do oot rn'ito iripina, naupea, nrc íiir or eremiv loopenep. l'lifjr Tbors p p Rrtnll 'nt In nsitrlv rr-rv tn-vn n. l rlf lr. xhit VHr, Stutrp, Csnn.U and Or! Hrllnin. T'-ii-f' l t lil tur-nt ItfUiU 't ne ..' i. mi!- u. .u'ir- brotan Ui- i áaeaamam HHHH AAA A A A A A Pp! THE FUTURE QH7ÍLMERS S71LES GOMPANY NEXT DOOK TO HUE II A I.I. . C. SflA'DS, TIG 11 XT sf win. Tun xrrv (QVERLftNBlD) smxn run tkst? THE FOLLOWING SPEAKS I'OH ITSELF: AFFIDAVIT STATK OF TEXAS. County of Midland. On thin day perxoniilly appeared II. It. Ihinogan and C. C. VVataon, who, hcinjj duly aworn. Misled that on the .'MM day of (Vtober, 1912. they were gucala of W. S. Willia on an automobile trip fr...

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 February 1913

' - V .-' , 1 ... ' "WENTY-FIRST YEAR CARLSPAD NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 28, 1013. NUMBER 19 t V STATE LEGISLATIVE JEWS FULL TEXT OF THE COUNT 0. FICER 8 SALARY LAW. Last Saturday the Senata pained iha amended salary bill by a vote of 20 to 4 with certain amendment and Monday the house concurred In all a mendmenta by a vote of 30 to 13. The following is the bill: Eddy countybe infr in the second class the salaries relating to that claas are the only ones (riven, f.here being five classes and only five counties in the first elm are some higher while In the fifth class the best officts re I ceive about half as much as in ths first class. In Counties of the Second Class. ' County commissioners, six hundred dollars each. Treasurer and ex-offirio collector, three thousand two hundred and fifty dollars, which shall include deputies and all other expenses except as here inafter otherwise provided. ' Assessor, 3,250.00 which shall in elude deputies and all other expenses except as herei...

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 February 1913

4 ; H gtyg (flarlgbafr (Currritt Wm II. Mullan. EdlU and Miurnr IHHi K1ITIUK l. 50 per annum iriabad Currant MtahlmhrO Nnvamhar 1 IM. Haw Mauro Hun atlablirhrfi May 12, w& tlM two papara onaolluatao trli)r II. Itoi". Carlsbad. N. M.Fndiv. Feb. 28, 1913 0 (tidal Taper of Tonn of Carlsbad. 0 'Ma t'dper ot tddy louni). NOTICK TO Sl'HS( KIIILUS. A g 1 . . . . .. Owing to the fact thai many of the valued subscriber to lhe( ur. rent commenced to take the pa- per during lhe dates of I he first in tiirii anii inr .nn 01 that month their subscription will expire at that time this year that being the date of the bin contest in which an auto as gi. en. While e would Kindly Mend the paper indefinitely and trust to the fairness and honesty of ! our many friends who so kindly ! patronized the Current and paid i ! their cash for the paper for one ! year, the rulings of the Tost Of- Wee Department reipiire that all subscriptions must be paid in ad- vanee. Therefore, if vou fail to ' 1 ri ly é)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. — 28 February 1913

USE AND ABUS CF STORAGE Enormou OucrK-itl-t of Poof Wtd In Order to fircure H'chr Pnce Ho-v It Wirt-s. Few thlua urn tif é iiHi-f'il or no-m plniH. it Minn Mo rol I stnriiK" of tool product. In (In- to Inclnr i i on of various -cf 1 1 1 h, hiT" In e tu illy n nir plus wliU-li mu"t he wasted tii'lt kü there la eono irmlsiin lor rosci vityt It for life during the If. ti FiMiHiin. In the. true t couoiiiy 01 rxhi'. ihp this preservation I" t ti pur.on of cold elornae. Hpt, In the "'I'nu of i! ' l.i r thrall cold Mor. i:" Inn' Ij n used to l'0Tt:Ke .nce dm ' -5 '' r ' I.l-O.l (if l'f . 1 . '"I ' Pl..kl Ml' Ill l'l!l hll.il- rr jiit itik Hi' "i' 1 of ffi,n 'y of the i H' It 'l !' In '; U Ht i nm lii'Mi' c. .1 : 1. 1 1 ' lei ol food III nottus Inatanc.i s ii hnr In wit found Id In- moi'f. firoutiili'.e t l''t " ""' of rnvll food lir, lucni ii' tin' im reined price of that lili.li was hii v :l miir" Mum oll..t I i Wish l w.iMc llllH Ht Itl'VM.VH 1 , t '.IOWP I'V 'lie lom lWO .VC.'TS II M- 1...

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 February 1913

i, . !' .! ;.. y . f ,,i.r.!i. 'ii:j; s. J. t'.ii !. , I '. ft d.int. 'i. I V I lu rea-'. ii writ oi e mil of lb" Ftitn .IihIic 1 trole I'm trie " e with Von an I"" "l J"1' '," M' tod be know. It II Jl MH,,,JW to land me. Not l,,r ",,ll'n Uriod. Ix "' "",r'".. , ,, , "I tell yu tfiin a lotjH money." auld th.. hun-nl.N. k. "We could oK.n the il'"- ' H,t" Und with that Mt..l II v.- ilk.. l-.iu-Kt. rvupcvtaMH men ever tift.Twi.nl. Dirk af.idled hi" lTili.'r II vM far with 1rW.-t il.-i''r I I'h '" I tin iiouia.N drooped -ii.i'i"iy "lluuent mul rh'i"t'ie'i' tie hiI.I. paantn hi hand ' HI Uean you i-uuld nil Mint, lint ....1.1 I come In' W Mild .vim let DM. at.illd la-hlnd the l.. !: ....... An. .lore? Would I eVet R-t much aa a pipeful f toim .'in Itt Ih.U here. Urnnd I d .i. l know Juat what ir l'lao I, but I II i-H von ttda: I'll lliw on yon "r M" ' m ...-I if .,.. itt to carry It out Tow Brndd.Kk i not a whlky a.mked hint any (..niter lie crii-ked me over tu nead thin nmrnliiif - .v" ...

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. — 28 February 1913

CARLSBAD Í PICK ED UP IIERE, THERK AND i everywhere: by our LOCAL nUHTLER. J. M. Wood and son, of Lakswood, were in town Uit S' turday. A M Ruaaall and J It Waleh f f Loving, war in town Tuesday. ftc R. JIamil and wift were up from Xoving Tuesday on a shopping expe dition. Jas. M. Hervey, former district at torney, was in town last Saturday ca business. Rev. L Slisz, of Wausau, Wisconsin, is here on a visit to the fathers at St. Edwards. Bob McClung the popular newspa- Y pec correspondentw as in town last balurday. Fred Schermeyer the g oat man who Jriails from Queen, was in the city this week on business. T. B. Gallaher, traveling freight and passenger agent of the .Santa Fe was in town yesterday. A. E. Seigner spent three days in town lust week. "Sig" .lives in ClovU and ie looking well. Dr. Baker, cif Artesia, wat in the city last Sunday in attendance on a patient at the Sanitarium. y v. Market by the members of the order of the Eastern Star tomorrow after noon at Sheila's grocer...

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. — 28 February 1913

assesseu ior me year xvii. wun perso- a(lllessed with lota 2 and 4, in aec, í imiiiiiiiiillllliiPHHHTO 4 ... J. " v 1 i ' .J CHALMERS SALES COMPANY NEXT DOÓR TO FIRfcfc ALC . C S71XDS, 71GB XT & VERLñNDjB STAND THB TEST? the following speaks for itself: AFFIDAVIT STATE OF TEXAS, C'ounljr of Midland. On thin day personally appeared II. R. Dunngan and C. C. Watson, who, being duly sworn, stated that on the .lint day of October, 1912, they were gueM of W. S. Willi on an automohile trip from Midland to Seminole and return; that on the return trip they left Seminole at .1:15 in the afternoon; that a high northeast had been blowing all day, and that on all sandy strct che of the road between Midland and Seminole all ruta were well Ailed with aund; that Mr. Willis atarted hi 45 h. p. Overland out of Seminole on high war; that fifteen atop were made in opening gatea and for other reason; that they arrived at the city limita of Midland at exactly 6:30 the aame af ternoon or evening, Jiav...

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 March 1913

c.oseiy louowea oy .mis. nee.er. nr;lh. vnu,. j, mnrko(, h pit.tu ... ib WCTt TWENTY-FIRST YEAR CARLSBAD NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY, MARCH, 7, 1013. NUMBER 17 M . 4 3 a Í 54 t. V STATE LEGISLATIVE MEWS SENATE TAKES PROMPT ACTION IN PUTTING IT THROUGH, FOLLOWING RECEIPT OF DISAPPROVAL MESSAGE OF EX ECU TIVE. Extra Session of Legislature Likely. Santa Fe, Feb. 28. It wu stated upon excellent authority, late tonight that plans had been drawn by demo cratic Isaden in connultation with the governor today to call an extra ses- aion of the legislature as toon aa the present regular one has closed, in cave the aolona were unable to paaa over the executive veto the salary measure which today received his disapproval. For obvious reasons the statement is difficult of verification, but it ia said to be based on fact. Several of the legislators heard the story as ear ly as yesterday afternoon, and it ia believed to have been partly respon sible for the lack of opposition to con sideration of the measur...

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 March 1913

arm. ..n rt.i ..... ...ve . -.ven iJ- V, ""P"'' ill m .H. UM- W. 1!. Merchant, .lampa etc. vs. .1. S. Carle. lU fen l llit. No. I !'.'t i; i! i i.ii.iii . V. I 'ra'.. i. I. ..ami'.! W. II. w I III. 'lit . . . :.i.iy ... II N. v. '.. t.'l ' 1 1 ..-r.: V U .N i. Í. In. '.I'l - elec .no ::.'i'i 3.00 ;,'!."o hl.no I i i rut IwIlit I ni tu Mi iinier iiikI inirfxi i. tv 1 ' er. ! H..I-. I 'III 'HlH l ll l 1t.' nii.Ni t ' un " Alter lile ere lí'.'ie lililí tile lili'. mere mil. Mar Ittii'l'l"' 'de e.! till tel.M I.llf .1..' .. I.. II. Ii.l'l'.' lili l.llr. t"l ti".1 lllll.'Ti.f tile lull. tnl.le..l.i lie i-th ii 1 tl.eUnrVi wmh ni -I iit li.-r ni' "Tul..." I.f .TU"! nl oftl. Well. I'm l.e. e. ' I.1 '"! i" '"'if'"', returulm-d hiH.t-r. 'Ilitve ..n l.eiird lint h hni.eiie. .'" "The are mil (inri. ill. ir voiiT Wlinl la M. TmV rni.il Iium Ixi-n murdered. Mnry!" II. r v..l.-e wan linll It I. i.irony mí Kht Hniillv liroke II' llene-- aifny, iWiwlr, li'irrur. h II eomlilned In tie IllItlT TV Yin...

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 March 1913

W li.-iuli i . t i itlit liv A r 1 1 r . . i WÜ0DU0W I. !..- II ' I I I A I. Í 3 H - ' -ill I i-. it in . I r i ft .. i IMI tit II.IH m l In- Ii-im ll Illillll t il H I II . .. -(It -I HI . Ii.l I ll. f M I llli'llL' IIIL' H .l.ilu lull I III. I'll- I'l lilt I'll lililí I I" - I I l I il'i'v mi- ilM I I - t lililí I II I lil!" I(H'; llilli'lliilll HIhI IiiiIiü MTi J- . ir (m liy linfilltiMt. . iit .ii srii mi 1 1: fin III. Mltt Wtllt II I. 'lili liihir anil Hi Imi i t Inauguration of Woodrow Wilson i :í;íí'.:'.r;:;síH:: t.-r cnlils NfklTtilfll'fK, II is Hf;,l ((... I III' lllllllls I I ; - "Hill In the I'il.i'l:' I lif liillill.i or (In vmiiiii si, ii'i.intiv MI 1 1. l llll.'lll-. Ilil- I'llWl.iil'. muí Ilii-lr hi n IV iiiiiii- titiiii in ,i,i, zii- tilt? l-)f. tllf I'lillll. I'llllis l.- ,. ill a Hi-t irt ri'l in III In I Id- In. h-i ni .sh'Ii llli'llilii-r Hull hiiiiihI-i Misiriiiil 1 1 K - 'mil ii Jnii. m i ni ii jnii.' Mm- i in i liruvf wllli llnu- muí liiiiilini: . I In- .n-r. ...

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 March 1913

glir(arlfilurii (Eitrrrnt Wi II. Multan. Tlit'r and Manager " l Hit Kllrl lo! I.. Mi per annum riiral I Kl la IimI Nftvrmhar lA. IM, New Mr tiro Kun tMialihuhxl May lit. I The two papera eonaoiiuateu tlrtowr II. IMii. CatUad. N. M.Fndav. Mar. 7. I93 Official rftr of lawn of Carlsbad. fttttudi Paper ol tdtly umniy. The bill to provide a coal oil inspec tor for New Mexico in another graft till. There ia no need of a eoal oil inspector. All that is riccexary íh to pass a little hill to imprison any per son proved in the crime of Helling impure gasoline or coal oil, HtutT that will not stand a tent made hy law. It ahould he a erinie to sell had goods ol' thin kind for many a ho une han heen burned on account of had nial oil and a eoal oil inspector never ltttttored the irooda a fraction. Heath of Mr. lovc. Mrs. K. C. I -ove died Tuesday night at her home on North Canyon street, of tuiiercuhMM.. The deceased had on ly heen in Carlsbad Mince IflHt Sep tember, coming heie wuh her husband L...

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. — 7 March 1913

Manda y and Roy Waller was apooint J to CARLSBAD LOCAL ITEMS picked up here, therf and I ,s EVERYWHERE Bi OUR LOCAL HUSTLER. 8. D. Stennls. Jr., was in Artesla on ft business trip lastweelt. Llge Merchant came in from the San Simon, in hia car, last Sunday, ra. De Autremont, and little aon, LakeWood, were in the city last week. La Huerta Bridge Lighted. Tuesday night the bridge crossing the river north of town, was lightel ffor the first time, the Public Utilities company having completed their wir Wotk on the Schlits hotel is pro- ng tho morning of that clay. Two greasing rapidly, although so thor- lights are used of about ninety candle oughly is the work of renovating and power each, one at each end of the remodeling being conducted, that it structure, and furnish a fine light not will be Rome time yet before it is ready for business The plumbers have finished their work, as have the only for the bridge itself, but the ap proaches to the same are well lighteJ. This will certainly ...

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. — 7 March 1913

'.4- I WILSON SPEAKS 10 THE IJATij Inaugural Address Delivered by the New President. SEES WORK OF RESTORATION Task of Victorious Democracy It to Square Every Process of National Life With Standard! Set Up at the Beginning. Vahllllirlon. Mil n ji 1. I'l'i'Mlclent. W.i.-nii iiiiii.nnriil mlilr-ss, roiuaik ' lur il (' 1 1 . ii libluin-il l i!i tin cI'.i'ihi I'lt.'ii'M ty thf vn.il ' t ' t.i: In' .1 w ,ih .. rd w ti i ill I i ' I'" ,', i.ihI ni iii 1 1 I 1 1 1 u hut in .1 hn'li III lull UilS 1 i.l .11,1 I. I , r o" ii -It. .1 M-c tint II:, I' I'll I' l-i. I.'v In i ' v ii ml i" i.i,., ' II In , i ! i!il, I - . i. f i'h - ;. i . T i-i i-; , till' -.il'lll. 1,1 It I III' 1111,1' 1 1 -.I.'. I I .1 "11 I' IH I " In : iiii'i-il li.i'-i I" t '.".' I'll. I l.li I Ih. In lie ') i t, 1 1 i- nt' ri.iiin i i o I i v - l-. - .ll ln i . i 1 In , tin I v i- li. ll t , ,1 I .,' ft" 'II tl'" ' ',v Il'lll I i t i, 1 1 i i .1 1 . : . ' i i llf' I i n tl . t : Ih, ". ' v of il ! Ii a. 1 I. i , .11. I ! ;l...

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. — 7 March 1913

1 1 4 A (food treatment for a cold settle I In the lunjrs li a IIERRICK'S REP I'EPPER TORUS PLASTER applied to the cheat to draw out inflammation and BALLARD'S HOREHOUNI) SYRUP to relax tijrritneas. You jretthe two remediee for the price of one by v buyinjr the dollar siie Horehound Syr up; there is a porous plaster free with each bottle. Sold by all druRKiats. STEER COLLECTED CURIOS Butcher Finds Veritable Museum In F 8temaeh of Slain Animal Pills A Melted In Bottle. Moorehead, "nn. An "old curiosi ty shop" was brought to light by William A. Allen while be was dress ing a stMr. When be opened the stomach of the animal he was sur prised to see a small vial containing a substance that had once been pills, but bad been dissolved by the heat. In rapid order the s mated butcher brought to light two keys, a penny, a collar button, an Iron washer, aa empty cartridge, 16 nails, a broken piece from a set of false teeth, a pea knife, two small stones, three marbles, a pleca of bomb, a small ...

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. — 7 March 1913

ASO í. R. Wm Inducted Into Two Hiffhett C.' f.e of Nation. PARADE A MAMMOTH 0N.U Vlaltara ep,m (vary taction o Republlo Gsthar at ha N. tiaaai Capital ta bvirneaa Oem ratlo Cieeutlve Inaufureled. Woahlno-l.tn u ..... Mma sinre Mnr-h . hm. ,nfl( s'ni n,nr, (;r.,Vpr Cleveland a Inaugurated front, twit nf II.. I'.tt "! A.lliil K Htavenann vi, , inidv. llWe. II, I wo hlglf fflfeg in the I nlcin, wr again i.Im.- In the hjimls nf tt, . . arty and their rlmlre for tlnse eyitli- (Hwi.ionM. non. vv.H,,ir..w wilat it .1 , .. v "r"1 ""n T- " Merahi.i I (.lit fin It. Ihn VMlnl-i. ..a .é... real gifts, (tK.k Ihe niiulrvtl oh 1 hs I In alter nrm Imlng lrnlucte, into ,.ffi.-. to the senate ntnl t .. former tn U..i,i if lha eaitllnl ahftrtlv nirarrf At an early hour Hie rlo'iil street, - lumiiKea Wlin .efil,e. 1 ho h -fime from every átale to wltrtf-Ma thr Inauguro rennnAnlee On all l,,-. niiir.i in. Mre of hunda ami lh. trm, of m.Mlera. I.oth regular an .i 1 lilla U , ealUneied lh ,1 ln .,.1 Uilon...

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 March 1913

ffi WENTY-FIHST YEAR CARLSBAD NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, MARCH, 14, 1913. NUMBER 18 1 j 7 STATE LEGISLATIVE JEWS rvSanU Fe, March 0. The Senate v.fca!ice committee held a lengthy sei sion tonight at which it fln.Oly Kit tled upon the appropi intion bill that will be introduced tomorrow The act covers the second and third lineal years. ' It includes no hopi'ipr! Mloii for the legal adviser of ih mor, the mounted police or the burea i of immi gration. It givs tne university of New Mexico $40.000 a year to cover all expensen, including buihlkg mil repairs, and it curries a proviso that sheriffs shall be entitled to their at- tual expenses incurred while trans porting prisoners to the penitentiary Ay specifically authorixes the auditor ' to borrow money on the best terms possible whenever needed to pay in- terest on bonds, and an allowance of some $8,700 is made for the Dattery A gun sheds at Roswell, which were ;r built by private subscription. An at- lowance of $12,400 is made for the de-j I...

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