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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 14 March 1913

'm. II. Midline I'd 1 1 or anil Miinurr l.'Hni ItlllKO I T4t l,rr annum . arM.ut I'urranl laMilii.l N'ivmlr In IWH. Nrw Mi-xirn Sun r.ilillht M la, l two pupfril cim nli.latmt llrlotwr II lti arlsbad. N.M.I -inlay, Mar. 14. I 'J I J Official Tapir of Town of ( arlsbdd. Ottlcia! I'd per of Iddy tnuim. The Current has at bust two sub wrrihern in Carlsbad than one of any olhcr paper; honks open to inspection of advertisers and if I hi slnlnnent rannot be proven no charge will be made for adtcrlUihK. There have been statements made that some other nheel hud the irreales! rirrulalion in town hut the Current had the greatest in the rounly. TMn íh a plain lie a our book are open to prove it Im. Why do not thcae rlaimanta of large cirru lation in town print the post office re ceipts, ax the Current haw done time and again? March rains are very uncommon in the Pecos Valley and the Plains and tu,.i...uii.u u.i; i., fu.ii .... ..its.... M . . . . , r II i. 11 ni i iuiii Jin in un. i iniii inn....

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 March 1913

A fcood treatment for a cold ettie I in the (un? is a HERRICK'S RICH PEPrER PORUS PLASTER applied to the cheat ta draw oui inflammution ..and BALLARD'S HORKHOUND "SYRUP to relax tightness. You jretthe two remedie for the price of one by buying the dollar Rite Horehnund Syr up; there is a porous plaster free with faca bottle. Sold by all druggists. Titled Men Chased Indiana i Many Oxford and Cambridge neb " in quest of the romantic enlisted In the Royal Northwest Mounted Police of Canada. Many dukes, earla and barons also look with pride to tns days when tbey chased Indiana and cattle thieves over the Canadian plains. TnsRe men for many years preserved the law and order In the Wildest parti of Canuda, Queer Material for Nest. The heron la not the only builder of trange nesta. Wlid pigeons, the blue rocks from which all our pigeons are descended, use whatever lies ready to their benks. One of their nests "vas tfund a few yesre sgo on the roof of M lT t;onn AND COURTEOUS the Crystal pa...

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 March 1913

BEAR CAPPED WITH III) MIL PAIL It Charged With Assault and Bat tery and Disturbance of the Peace. BRUIN'S SAD MISTAKE M an Iff ft t Drain Bucket of Warm Milk Animal Qt Vctaal Fat on Iti Maad laoapt Farmar'a Bullcta and Oata Out of Hla Yard. Baa for. If. Bomewhrra Id tita Vllda of DorUtaro Main th-r la crula lag a al baar, for whuie arrt I'm Tarrto of Bbin Pond la llllna. to ly a aulubla raward. I'et rliarRia tlita War with aaaault and tmiury. dlHtur baaoa of tha peaca ami larceny, mid aa la willing to go to almuHt miy ex pana and troubla to k1 ti I tn. Tti baar CM bo Identified i-Hxily Hp In waartng orar bla head one of Tarrlo baat taa-qcart tin nillkliiK palla with fl?a bullat hola In It, and on tliat an ouat ataggara about Ilka a drunki n It waa aunaat at Rhln Pnnd, ahlrh i aoafnl locality la a few mllea north ' la fat aad fifty, waa alitliis: oii a atool Juat outalda tha bitrn iiillktriK thtlr fcVaat oow. Pata waa Juitt limiili' Him bars dour milking another cow. Hud Stanly Mrs P...

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. — 14 March 1913

K : H in. '.'1 41 .y 4 r. Í Ail LSD AD 1CKEU UP HERE. THERE A SI) if EVERYWHERE BY OUR LOCAL HUSTLER. Attorney R. C. Reíd was down from Roswellthe later part of the week. Attorney G. I). Grantham was In Roswell the latter part of lust week "on business. 'Two car loads of acid phosphate ' "were unloaded at Otis this week for ; alfalfa fertilizer. I Miss Bearup who has been spending ' 'i the past fortnight in Hagerman came . i home Wednesday night V l Mrs. Morris Farber, and young non, , f loft Friday night for a visit to rela .tives and friends in El Faso, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Selig, returned i o meir nome in mis cuy ouiuruuy 1 .1,. ... .,... 1 IJ,...,..!! a. IC DD1SISI uaj,o njF?l.v all Irtfnwvii n business. Miss Laura Watson, who has been filling a position as governess out near the O ranch in the family of J. Smith, is in the city this week. Judge J. W. Armstrong was absent from the city the latter part of tho week, having a case on trial in the northern part of the vulley. F...

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. — 14 March 1913

TEHAHT3 HAVE UHIDN New Yorker Will Ask Landlords to Remit Ten Per Cent. SAVING IN SELLING PRODUCE Request Cut Urtil Expenses Are Late Originators of Scheme Hope to Aid Poor Families and Get General Reduction, Now York. A novel rhnrlty move ' Orient which proposes to nsslst two,- j "JOi) rent m Iiik families of New York , In their struKKle nt;.iliiHt the htfrh cost of IIvIiik li.ii Jum been inaugurated ""!iv Ihe 1 i'ii.'iti'p' union Tin uiili'ii. wl.lcli In mi orprin' jnttfiti vlovoti'd tu tin- ttii -r-n t of rent paving, 'families of New York. I ; 1 1 h in enllct the aiil of tli.- rli rev In nn effort 10 ielp (Iip pn.ir f.imlllev of till- nly by liavlriR l;ilnt!rni . i,it 1 -ti per cent of I rent null the IiIkIi ro.il of liv ing ll.l'l III i ll reduced A nn ufM'nlnt-' run In the movement the orritl.iilin m uí out i Mi.pn to rliT") ini-ii of nil ili'iioiiiliiiitioiiK fin 1 1 ii- ' Inn Ilic plan fur if rii-'iic n n il irtlou n rent to tenants i f inoderu'e iiktiiih and nKkiiu: en-ope ...

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 March 1913

V ffi TWENTY-F.RST YEAR CARLSBAD NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, MARCH, 2 1 , 1913. NUMBER I STATE LEGISLATIVE NEWS BILLS HAVE BECOME LAW BY SIGNATURE OF GOVERNOR. SALARIES FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEYS IS PRO VI DEI). SnU Fe, March 15. AlthouRh thf legislature fomally adjourned at noon yesterday, laws are still being ground out, coming Into the office of the Bee-1 reUry of state from the governor's I office with the signature of the chief executive. There are still some two ! dozen bills in the governor's hands awaiting action, and as six days must Aipse before the so-called pocket ' veto becomes effective, it is probable! that tho fate of some of the measures I will not become known until the time ' limit, for signing them expires. The ' governor signed the district attorney salary bill today. Exactly six measures had become lawa up to noon today, including joint resolutions and memorials. Two mea sures ratify respectively the income tax and Ufe direct election of senators, amendments to the federal...

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 March 1913

$ JEW ORDER COMING HI LECTION Or OUR SENATORS BY THE PEOPLE DIRECT IS AL MOST ASSURED. CHANGE GENERALLY FAVORED tete Legislature Arc Eipected to Ratify the Constitutional Amend ment Provision for Federal Coo trol Haa Nat Been Eliminated. By GEORGE CLINTON. Washington. If the matea of the Vnlon, through their legislature!, do what It la eipccud the will do. It la virtually anaured that every United Elates senator sworn Into office two years from next March will present credentials which ara direct glfta from the people. Ten years ago If It had been an Coated to the elder of the eenate that In little more than a decade the exist. tsif system of senatorial election! would be a thins: of the paat they would have aald that auch a thing waa only a dream of the dreamers. It Would have been too radical a proposi tion then to have been received with anything but smiles and some aneara from the conservatives of the day. The terms of thirty senators will ei. pire March 3, 1911, and It la entir...

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 March 1913

BB mSWM Mil? HER EASTER HAT. Dy LAU.Lt IIOOKLK LATON. EASTER. EGGS ORIGINA TE J IN A QUEEN'S COlRISillP A Copyright. ItlS. r Americio Pros THIS rabbit wants to Des see him jerk But I is goin to watch He lays a Easter egg! THE RESURRECTION AND THE LIFE. The cornerstone of tbe Chris IIhii cbnrcb la laid la tbe empty grs ve of Jniu Christ. Tbe res urrection prove the dm Lb; the di-Mi h I'Mvw the are, tbe llfetb lilrih at .leHim ClirlHt. Deny tb li-Mi-rnH Hun Hiid II lit luioiMlble 10 iii'oiuni fur tb xlttnre of ClirlMtliiulty. Tli reaurrecUon lnivM our own rexurrortlno. Kiuply wnn I be tomb of Jeatia 011 the fl mt Eimter morn, ao empty hall lie all tbe gravea of bla people on tbe laat treat Boat er morn. He la therefore In tbe largest and fulleat aeuae tbe rea urrecUon and tbe life. Rev. Dr. R. 8. llacArtbnr, Paator of tbe Calvary Baptlat Church, New York. wAA A A AAA rAAAA jj :r KA IBfér By SUSIE SMALL. Ateociitloa. Tbe Easter Hat as a Life Preserver (While service bains held at one o...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 21 March 1913

Wit H. Mullan. KJUor and Manarvr l bs) KIKTK i.&upcraoBuiu rlat4 I'nriwnt talllstid November IS. laa. Nmm alastro Bun Miablwhwt May W. Ha-4 fkatwa papara conabiHiaiad ctobt It. Iteil. CrUbd.N.M.Frid,y. Mar. 21. I93 Official Pjptr of Town of Qrlsbdd. gtttclal fdper ot tddy uunu. FINAL PROOF APPIJCATJONS FREE. 'Frirnda of the Current are request eai (e call when eVniring to make final ftroof on their homesteads or other geveraaient land.. We have a auppljr ef letal blank 0 aU kinda and will aaake oat applications to make final proof free and oil! alao do much other ervlce for our patrons in conveyance tag, making out papers, etc. lie aure I call if you wlah to prove up. The slogan of the voters in the next election for members of the legisla tor, bids fair to be: "No more med ical bills, reasonable salaries for coun ty officers and interest on county de posits." The plan of paying a county officer more fur his services than is aid for the services of a post master in a first class...

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 March 1913

Phone :V.'F.. si i h mb mm -i n -. m (hritiun A fo.t Insumir?. I CARLSBAD PICKED UP HERE, fHERP AND EVERYWHERE BY OUR LOCAL HUSTLER. John Queen, of Malaga waa In town Tuesday. Walter Smith, of Loving, was a Car- sbad visitor Monday. R. B. Knowles and daughter left Monday evening for a trip to El Paso. J. W. Tulk was a visitor in the city this week coming In for ranch sup pile. Buck Gholson spent Monday in Ros well a business going and returning the same day. Eugene Donaldson, of Red Bluff, was in town on a business visit the latter part of last week. Horance James waa among the Car labad folk to go to El Paso this week km leaving Tuesday. J. D. Culley, a plumber oi RoswelL as in towo Tuesday of this week looking after business. V. H. Lusk and son, John, and sever al other cow men left for the stock meet in El Paso this week. Attorney L. O. Fullen, of Roswell, was in Carlsbad the first of the week looking after legal business. Sam B. Smith was an Eddy county stockman who attended the...

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 March 1913

L------- Colonel Todhunter of Missouri THE REASON mssmmssmmsxacBM aUiiaviMirV .u Riamaajrsassgr- asfcssaai S Hy RIPLEY D SAUNDERS WHY A Story oí Love and Politics V, fe J I ;iCu... A JM 7. . O MAZY 7'ütWW73L tu:' U; .U- ü-i íWS-iSíí-Sfli ! ' This absorbing novel of American life is a realis tic word picture that thousands are talking about. It shows how women tight for loe, just as men do. WE WILL PRINT IT IN THIS PAPER LIKE MTfilCK CASE Mrs. Hetty Green Was Actor ir Howland Will Affair. Charge of Forgery Was Made fact Thai Signature Were Identically . Alike Alleged to Have Proved They Were Not Genuine. New York I il J you ever hear th tory of Sylvia Ami Howland III? Mrs Hetty tireeu. today's nueen o' finance, was on of the in Kirn In Ihli Oral great will lu Aim-rtru. Tht atory la ft ft) ycai nil, bul II liui dramatic Interval ) ttuo In citisib features la miulofou lo Hip cane ol Albert Patrick. leceutly pardoinJ from HIiik Sinn liv tlovernor MM II wat In th cnnleet of the I In land...

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. — 21 March 1913

llf Illl'li l-f I l.l.'.W II I .-I h.'i I lililí II I'll lll'l. In I I- V íV'l 1 STRAWBERRY IS VERY HARDY Plant Will Stand lavara Waather, but U Injured by Altamata Thaw. Ing and Freezing. Tba atrawbarry plant la very hardy. landing aevera and continued frees log weather but la often Injured by alternating freetlng and thawing, therefor wa muat cover to prevent 3 thla Injury. Any coarse, strawy mi . j terlal. like old hay, etraw, loaves, pina . beediea or strawy stable manure can I' be used for thla purpose. Only a thin covering la needed, just t enough to prevent thawing until the I warm weather of spring. Most grow ers of strawberries delay covering until the ground becomea frozen ao that a team may be driven over the ground without cutting It; but It la better In the home garden to cover the bed aa soon as the ground begins to freete. Blackberry canea may be protected In the same manner, but the roots must be started with a fork ao that the bending shall not come upon the canea, ...

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. — 21 March 1913

The Easy Laxative In uUc to yourself you should try Kexall Orderlies, your tnoncy hack if vou don't like them. They re a landy ton lection I ha I really do gle easy relief from constipation. timid l.i'uMh in Nrcelv driendenl Im tl.i Wien t',e I n r. une . !--1 i . Kltñtr innUTlill llilll in tln'inii ml liv the evilein ai'iiinm- t ' 1 - lili iiilnlll lull II'M mil' 4 i i liiiti i-ir-nUte llir'.iig'iiiiit tin- Uwh, t'tir!iiiii In rfcur eonied tniiii ir, l.iel I rruih, In'tdni he, dull lt i in n, tt'-r iimri-nii. hilio(jii-j if I ni li'-r niiimv vein. A nidi I rli ral liarttr and itv.iia 1 hev v" liui ici'ii'i.rnrv relief. 'I v 'il 'i avvrnvnti' I hi real IrniiHit. 1 lii-V i" i ft r I M'ijI it rl v i'Ril ir rial droit, ili Urtttu m airid iirrnma. .)oin ii tnlili l lurin. tite Jul lilts randy slid nr noted fur their easy. kKilliiliK ''111111 iiiMin I lie tiwi-ln. 1 liny dun t iirv' Nie cniia riaii, loof-ene, nur tin iiiriinveii enee attendant iikii lint u ut jmrKativea I li' ir m tinn i...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carlsbad current. — 28 March 1913

II ffl 7WENTY-F RST YEAR CARLSBAD' NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, MARCH, 28, 1913. NUMBER 20 PTE GOVERNOR VETOES COUNTY SAL ARIES AND NEW COUNTIES BILLS. FENCE LAW AL SO MEETS WITH DISAPPROVAL OF EXECU TIVE. Governor W. C. McDonald last night vetoed House Bill No. 123 the county drinking cup act, is disapproved for salaries bill and it was filed with the the reason that it is too drastic and secretary of state this morning. This sweeping in its provisions and might makes the third veto of county sal- result in hardship which would more sries by the governor in one session than offset the beneficial results that T -the legislature. The governor did are hoped to be obtained, 'not make a statement concerning the! House Bill No. 237 is disapproved, veto, but it Is said, he will later file The purpose of the bill is to take the a veto message. The governor is re- appointment of county road boards ported to object to this bill on the wy from the state highway commis same grounds as the other bills s...

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 March 1913

n nr FARM -If ÍODfHAM) FETRIGG register: KOCKKRD.WJ 30LIC1TCO Ilion tniit.-r mimt hoi r rfnnli1 with "III Nir IJI .fl flKHHdfll J In KiiiM I'iIh ic h h Hmli-ty for llii' Ui,trMili ni i I IM-I Htrel tl'iiin. It t fcr ii i -II ni I.'hi luí- Hit- lriii Unit Will i lili ll lillihll-. III. m( lllllllll licly . Ilur-i-s ImiiiIiI in-vt-r lie luiuli In rnl lllulilV l'IIV. .11 llullllllU H HlllW In Ii-ikIiiil: hiiii.viiiu. lil-l Iiiii muí nlli.i iI.-i .i iii iim ni l lili' wn.il 'I In- In il -.- Hint t;i.M'il u ll 'i I In I-, : a 1 1 tin- lilni- UlliL' V. hlii iii-v i I k ii-iU'n li.it in- in. i riillii' li (Inlll. li'i' iiit-MiiN ii il muí In- lln-lllis i-t lli'l llllik' Tin Te Ik in' ''I " li'Miil ri-ll-iiill fur li-fii-uii: I-, iltnli liiilli-rinllk l"i li-ni "I ,l I I .1 I I 11 i.' I .Ih-I'I'III-I-Ih lll-ll Hill i-iit llu- Imiiii tt.iiu wlii-li I In.-, milk aii- HI'I'll I .1 ll'll I slny 1 1 1 1 1 l.niU lint i III-- ill I I IMI-. lull "I I'll'Tt liii-.-in-. -.'.mI iiiIi-ii I n-ti 1 1 1 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. — 28 March 1913

...tal ing and are lo be a--c--sed at I '' salín";. Ask the Chalmers Owners Who Have Driven Their Cars Four or Five Years GIVE SATISFACTORY SERVICE FOR SIX TO SHOW AFTER THAT ALMOST ANY CAR WILL MONTHS OR A YEAR. THE DIFFERENCES IN QUALITY IlEiilN TIME. fkin't auk only the owners who have driven thrir Chalmers but one season. Auk the men who hare used CHALMERS -Tor 4 or 5 year the men who Mill cling to their old CHALMERS cars even after they have been driven 50,000 to 10,0110 miles. THERE ARE MANY SUCH. Here are eleven CHALMERS cara which have been driven more than 1, 000 mile an average of nearly 100.000 miles each: OWNER ADDRESS MILEAGE Fred Robería, Corpua Christ i, Texan 80,000 Geo. Stump. Independence, Kansas 140,000 Frank W. Fiske, Jr., Huff alo. N. Y 54.752 Louím Pacheco, Oakland. California 122.00.) Dr. F. S. Cuthbert, Kingman; Indiana 75,000 A. D. Williams. Huff alo, New York 100,000 W. II. Caffery, Kansas City, Mo 125.000 I. .May, Kinsley, la . 50.000 E. Wstsnn Gardiner, A...

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 March 1913

Wm. H. Mullan. Editor ana Nmuw Vnm KIPTIOK ll.KptritDum iMM Current nuMltbl Novmiber l, Nw Meiiraftun ealahliiilMid Mar II. l tw paper eoneeltdaled October II. IM. Cardad. N.M.FrkiaY. Mar. 28. 9li OCficial Paper of Town af fcuisbad. Otttclal Caper of tddy County. FINAL PROOF APPLICATIONS FREE. Prienda of the Current Arc request s' to call when desiring to make final garni f on their homesteads or other gavera narnt land.. We have a eupply T leical Uanke of all klnda and will snake Ml application to make final awaof free mad will alee do wrnch other aarvice for ear patron in convey ane aag. making out papera, etc. lie aure aw4 call if yo wish lo prove rp. After the next couple of weeks some af the subscribers of the Current will tot receive the paper because of the 4ime for which it was paid for having expired. Any who do not rereive the paper and have reason t think that a mistake has been made in stopping he paper too soon, will confer a favor by so notifying this office at once. 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. — 28 March 1913

i. 31 9- CARLSBAD PICKED UP HERE, THERF AND EVERYWHERE BY OUR LOCAL HUSTLER. Miss Katherine Finlay hat been on the tick lilt this week. Miu Daisy Davii will lecture at the Methodist church tonight at 7:30 o'clock. -Misses Mabel Hartshorn and Ro berta Breeding spent Sunday with friends in Otis. II. B. Jenkins and son, Claude, of Loving, were in Carlsbad Monday transacting business. W. H. Hitson and family of Ft Sum nre were in town last Saturday and visited friends on Rocky. The eight-months old baby of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sands is ill this week with a bad case of mUmps. W. II. Hitson and family of Fort Sumner were in town last Saturday and visited friends on Rocky. Charley Rarey has taken a position In the Men's department of Joyce Fruits' dry goods department store. Dave McCollaum was in from his home in the Guadalupes the middle of the week, coming for ranch sup plies. Mrs. I M. Canfield has been suffer ing with a severe atack of tonsilitis this week, but is improving at this writin...

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 March 1913

X THC WORTH OP GOOD ROADS. 3 t X t r 4 4 4 4 i- 4 4 4 .. 4 c 4 4 4 MEE CREAM Purity hi food, lower cost of living these are the demands of the day. Pure food is health, and health is economy itself. We cannot have health without health ful food. The most healthful foods ore the quickly raised flour foods biscuit, cake, muffins, crusts and other pastry, when perfectly made from wholesome ingredients. Dr. PRICE'S baking powder makes these fojds in specially attractive, appetizing ind wholesome form, and for both economic ui d hygienic reasons, such food should be more largely substituted for meat in the daily diet. But bear in mind that alum, or unwholesome baking powder, can never make pure, whole-' some food. f"i'' H jOMINr, fj: run HO-vOS : Cootl fj.i'M ,i .lwt Af o. i y fti 1 nr drnfl i, n tnrii i ton br ini) , vil i rt it-it tl ' (jr I lfp (loo l iu wis c I i h t ' r nt " .i m -iff in r v r h,imi '.( c, LPU'.ty i nil r it f .1 '1 Stir tip roí I (lifcLiisiion, lor ,i Tig .it fhf i...

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. — 28 March 1913

J lie: 111' lililí. nud I'l l lii'-el ill rei'lor-elitsii llena 1 1'l-IV Inn II pOHHllile, ene K lit mi . chni.se Warm day fur (hut npei a 1 u.u, so 11a of the ItiM'cl pesia ir.ittlniü nut lie III the itaiiluhl. mil he ,t,..' Y. .i r Mandeeme Daga Are Qeed Doga. In tli noiit otaaracterlatle nf Kiiallah ñor, with the Rwrllah bulldo an a unfortunate eieeptlon of glaring art. common aenae principie In Ihe canon of Jixljrtnat are distinctly marked. In the ra of bonnda any rimm! ran pick out the heat animal. Thla wa cnrloimly lllnat ruled not lonif aluce In private when an artlat laken over one of I lie littwr ketinela of foxhound picked nut I he, prise anil pedlirrce doK oue after the other He wont purely by al own aenae of what waa Mtmnir anl comely, of "atrctiirth anil beauty met together." an Shelley mm.vm In a very different connection imbuí Outlook. euth Afrlean Rifla Rang. KTfry town of uy lniMrtanc In the I'ort KIlaatM-th llHtrtcl of Houlh Africa ha Ha rifle ratine, on which mili...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current, The
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