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ti.te will flaht.
The town ia on the luiinarii. right, my la'lly hurta
I winl.rrfT Mr l.i.t will ran- If I esiiMit and heel
I walk un a the ll ipi ra ll m-r and lamí riere
till I ihiver.
Tu hell with Wahl'irn and hia litl. I'm tro liara
hliould us.- ti,.- tumi ti uthri pur- ,nr (ltri,i Wft-K tl;iH
lO'lslst i h It' 11 V tif ' laaaafc aurriin f iil.y nt lila pulí, riniil.t ,
n.u.nan.r uk....l.t ... k. k.l.l ..l-"Pe"'. .Ullllliar, BUIUUin tlO Kit:
"Hut now natura neeuia to litre ami.
tuto vauiW'tlla" IxMilarllla Courlei
Journal. The Carlsbad Current
and New Mexico Sun.
CerWUd. N. M. Fnd.y Nov. 20. 1908
rrla1 f'tirrent ealaMi.hed N"nlar IS.
tt New Mruro Hun etat.li.he4 Mar IJ IWKV
The Ittri patter. r,neilk1etal October II. 1i7.
CarUhaJ Trinling Co., Publishers
Urn. 11. Mullane. I'rrt.
HI MM Idilios II Vi per annum
Ihe Oflkldl Paper of NJy County.
I'ulillalieil firry IfVtar tul entered a
eecitut laee mailer al Hie l arlatal N M
The Seventeenth Year.
With thii issue of the Current
the paper enters its seventeenth
year, the first issue appearing Nov
ember 15th, iflgi, and has never
missed an issue since. It was con
ducted as a daily and semi-weekly
for the first two years, or until
HWnbcr '5th, 1804, when the
not tolicited and that they need
etpect no favors from any self res
pecting newspaper man. Papen
are necessary, at witness the case
of where none eiist. All kinds of
inducements are held out to get
printer into the town to help boom
the place and draw business, and
to create a good impression abroad.
Still some are so foolish as to say
they take the paper just to help
the thing along. They should say
they patronize the concern just to
help themselves along and it would
be the truth.
A Democratic State.
The returns on the New Mexico
election conclusively prove that
New Mexico is, by a large majority
a democratic territory. There
were more than hundreds of demo
crats who voted for Andrews im
pelled to do so by their first desire,
which is to obtain statehood for
In the returns there is nothing
but forcible encouragement to New
Mexico's democracy, and when one
Baptist and the Lid.
I work tnt Johnne Jacob "ear Himii RivMrra on
Iju' Sunday I naea on Waahburn. I'm not faalinf
half an ffonl.
Mr brllr aha la ola aa hie, th IVe-laire aar
Hillr Rurna Hi oat all rurht wit Mr. Bannat
I'll aee on down eatreet till I nmi to Rennet'a
AlreaHr I ran taw .lat drink, aha'a half war 1
down mr fara;
Ron Mantay-Hon jour. Hillr. I take aotna rre and 1
Harrr hk-u. I'll hodam! the Earth. I'll And him
II pull mr wairh ita pa.t
jaa and alaep him
t and puh nn heverv
railway extended to Koswell.
The first outfit insisted of a small i views the situation, showing that
hand press and a limited amount! the party of Jefferson has only
of type and material, while at been conducted in a half-hearted,
present no other printing house in 'impulsive manner and fighting
the territory is better equipped to against tremendous odds at every
tltrn Ollt all rlil.uu. if nilnlinn - .I.- -I ...... . . J I .
!"",: tuiu, uic uusrivci tan iiiuic tcnuuy . nevalr.. ,lat I.. I l r.re an. I want to 11 m,
The plant has grown through Rood see to his own satisfaction that1 "
.i ...j i .i ... ,.. . . ' t'aiiM e,f I mwl h
iniiri, sun imiu times, ttnu ui pres- new Mexico win oe a uemocracic
liar arima meeatak
half r-i rht.
Hillr proliaUr aha'a pit
I'll walk me down the at
Awl herery one aha'a lor k eren the drac atore.
Wrll dat'a one hall of a nota I never before did
Hperhiullr on tha tinned Itala where ther ear
the emmlree'a free.
I aea a boy upon the .treat, aha ie one Poaey
You ran't art drink today. Baptiale. he aar.
the town ahe'a on the lid.
I o on aune furder and coma by Mutalre
She'll have aome drink, theialer kind what don't j
li.i m fiiui paaie.
Hut aha wont aell anyteeng. I And data pretty
And men atan' riHind ami awrar Ilka hal berauae
Ihey ran't play rani.
I walk the whole town over and An no drink In
T'l rai the rlimark of the tina, the liay ahe frll
Tin- l.ivery atatie i lo rloae. the horie ia frel
Hut the ,irleetle j4rr.w mu het hat'a leff
State El Paso News.
-nt plans are bring laid to add a
sixty foot addition tu the office
build.ng in order to accomodate the ,.r).,,al,.(1 t , your work
large amount of machinery and without delav at Ohn.-musifc Sons.
material that has accumulated and
to properly house a new linotype
machine that is a coining necessity. '
The many old and tried Iriemls of
the paper are principally responsi
ble for the fait that a reliable and
legitimate total and general county
papei is possible in Carlsbad, a trees, wrll adapted ft.r this valley
paper that asks no assistance except "' ""' valleys ndjnminp; call at
1 . I A .1 . -11- .
Furnished rooms for Kent.
tío to tli City Livery Stable to
tfft your horse f .
For California grape vinos and
that granted any meicantilv
other one th;'.t does business
business nit ipit-s. While
tnend aie applet iatfd, and
t In- ( (hiii-nuis Shops.
:! Alfalf a l'asttin for horses
or rows. (1- vY. Swift.
tin the treet, you liet Hap-
A Hair's Breadth Escape-
Do you know that every time you
have a run it h or a cold iiiid let it run
on thinkitiu; it Mill just cure itself vou
are inviting iiiiriimimia, cntiMiiiiiiition
ur Home othi-r pulmonary trouble'.'
Don't risk it. I'ut your lmi haek in
perfert lii'Hitli itriii stop that rough
wild llnllnr.t r. Iliireli.iunil Syrup.
I'riOf Ü.'ie 'me and 1 mi ier iMittle.
I Sold liy r.ilily Urug Co.
FinlayPratt Hdwe. Co.
Are selling: cheap
and in fact Everything
List your land with the OLD RELIABLE
FARMERS LAND LEAGUE
We are bringing hundreds of pros
pective buyers to the Valley.
E. T. CARTER, Field Manager,
Headquarters'. Hotel Schlitz, Carlsbad. New Mex.
Corn fed BEEF
-Free at Alkali.
wot k in iloiu' at tin- lovvt'st pi lu-s
tinisistciit with t;otii pi ititiii)!, this
p.iprr has mi iisf lor thnsf who
claim tu p.itioiii.'f just to hrlp the
toniftii uloiii. Siuh prop!.- had m-rttioii in Knlish at H 1. m.
hittiT stay awav ttoin this hItíip. t'vt-rv Suinlav. I list rut-t ittti in
tui it th.'V do nut think thry tail
niiki niunry liy ail vt-i ti thry
St. Francis Xavier' Academy.
art1 lifl'l ri'vriilitfly fvcry Sumlay
at lioth of tlx1 Cat holif chiirt'hf! Tlu iiils of tlie almvc at'ad
of Carlshail. Ilivrh mass ami i-mv most ooniiallv invite thi'ir
iiiri'.-itü. relatives ami 1'nenih . to
ie present at their musical en-
Christian tloetrine at 5 p. in. ' tet lainment ThunksvrivinK even
i'iieilu'tiuii after instruct inn. ; invr. at 7 :l!ii o'clock, in the ctit-
Mass at i ::i a. in. every morn-, vent hall.
I'llOXK No II
A O A LI KV-fMOOUCTS.
F'SH and OVSTCRS In Sain
pusfs. I liis is said to those who
en.liMvoi to dirimir thf toiintry
lift .-paper to an 'lt rmosynary .
(l alt the teal low down eni'iims
ot a newspapei this class of people
Kiethe most despur.hle. There i.
nu husniiMi institution in a town
that is inoie independent than the
newr p.tpei, loi it is asked eat h
week to mve ot its produrt to the
puldu that it arked from a tmnket
or men haul would create atnae
ment The only irvinties of a
newsp.ipei are suhst riptiolis, job
piloting and ad ver t isui; the lev-
euueit ut a hank
M'itj 'it 't ti in tit tint í'litircli
,.f San .l..se, f..r the Spanish 4 )j),ir SilVPii
speakitiK natives or others. on!rt "IIUI OUftU
lartnii iIohii hla fork, lie anlil
"l'K.n. If .vmi na ni.' hl.h w.iuii
foil r.lllie' do, gi-t II. kiliK or lit I h t V
t T v . 5. .mpa. ;
I Li . l .l III.' llNt.tt t.' s
initio.' !, i . .i i ..i - i .ut iipiii Li 1
pinte i:i.ii .1 . .i ills pupa rtv :
' I. si 1. 1 I.I, '. ti' 11 of t'H' llHlill. on. j
diiy it t '.ti. ni. i Ht.-.l ii i tt i tn-lni 1
S.T I II. .1 I... . '.- U;K well lllh'il ;
nla pu . . I ' I ii:.nv If I (Ive ym
lilts I."' I'' tul' i' I" I'Ml HIT)' I'll ot i
t or I v i.iiMiti av.m ' .lutiuity proiu '
I i'. lint lie tviiiil.l. and liraii-l.t ili.t
tin' IHIV fi'll.i.v l:y to il.t ao. Lot h
rnlu It ia tun i ii La for lilin I!. '
mull! liy luaiu nml nunln mnl II... i
inleieht on county funds and de
poMta of imlividuHls. The news
paper Is asked to adveitise all pub ! - -
lie meetings, chinch sociable and . . 0ur L-nu !
...... j An liili'ltlui'iil I'lii'liiiuT la nl, i
",r,, UI "K 'ec MI1U also to hve . pi.' I Imiia.-lf iifu-r III.' f..i
do the pi llitlnj; tor iUi h thiilJH at l liit; fiialiloii on the iil.nnlllli' oi
half tate. Suppose a banker uere,l"' l;,"t,'i" '""""- I '
. , .... . uterrxl tlmt I llta .lll. k. I WHS rant,
to be asked to let hm rash out tree tf h,.Hai tin,,, i r.i.i. if I hi-ih
of interest? He would tell the ln" f'eriy. I una fast, nn.l tlmt not n
dear iecple that a bank could not ' '""'' 1 '-""' 1
Hut lu ll I rami' arroea the ai'liti'iii'.
e a let on that kind of blisinte. -Thf lint one won one ft prlae.' I mi.
While it ia lOiueeded that the bank (nipttsl to alve up Kngilah ami lear
doe. fta ahare generally, and that "" '"""f-"
all people in a town are eipected A Litti. tv.ryihin,.
to a.kist in all public mattera, the! waather u.t to Ik Id four en
r "r - t.r"
aa an alma taker, for no legitimate
buaine.a ahould be held In this
light. Theae rimarki art made
neceaaary on account of the abaurd
ftnpreaaion riiating in the di.ea.ed
braina of a few buaineaa men and
other that the newspaper is a kind
of leach that eilsts only by the
charity of the public. All tucb
are notified that their patronage it
"Minima, look"' etelaiuiad Miry
Thus fur ire Juat Ilka retua."
"Wb. Mary, you hará no fura," re
pVe4 tha utonlaheal molterr
"Te, I ." aald Mary, "and tlioy
ara airad taltb kliuna."-Bcbool Kduea
Isa Dollar Earned
You Mill dlwdys save money
by dt'dllnq with poople you
Ihe Old Reliable
Is at 'ie HAme stand that
he as years uro, and
will e there when you
(I UNIO" . II'MKIO UK MU 10 III
JACOB J. SMITH
EKCRAVLR and UCTBOTYPtS
mm i4at i müi tmrf cuta
ill , WJILJsi. .11 W
YOUR lROIl:RTY TO SULL OR RI:M .
We have 5(M live agents in all parts of the U. S.
ami helive we can dispose of your holdings quicker
than anyone. We have opened a branch office in
the building formerly occupied by J. S. Crozier and
would be pleased to have you call and list your prop
erty with us.
KNOBLAUCH LAND COMPANY.
Owing to the recently reduced frcitit ratea and a alight
full in the priee of lumber we are abb' to announce a reduc
tion in thu price of lumber of fioin J M) to ! a thounund.
The (irado juat hm khhí um ever, the price ia lea. We are
now utile to eompi'te with yarda on the T. & V. and B.k the
pHrtunit) to (inure with tlnwe from the Monument liH'uli
ly wl.ti have been huuliiiK from Ihene iiiitH.
The Groves Lumber Co.
A HOUSE ON TIME
paymenta ia a whole lot better than
myinif rent. Kor tha paymenta will
end aome time while rent, like the .
brook, Koei on forever. So aa ling aa
you have to pay out money every
month or quarter why not pay it out for
A HOUSE OF YOUR OWN
We'll sell you one, well built, in a Rood
location for a little money down and
little paymenta thereafter. You practi-'
rally pay rent to yourself. Coming to
ask more about the plan?
McLenathen & Tracy
REAL ESTATE DEALERS CARLSBAD. N.M