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m 9mwn i
Bone meal at the Union Mar
You get the best service at the
Guna for rent, at Tracy-Rob
erts Hardware Co.
Your horses get the best care
at me scar stacies.
The U. S. Market is sporting a
nne new Dutcner wagon.
Canhion' hooka will ru m
ceived on subscription at this
If you have any steam or wa
ter pipe to be laid "Ohnemus
can fix it"
Furnished rooms within a block
of court house. Phone or call at
the Current omce.
moved into the John L Emerson
- home on Canal street.
Kathrine, the twelve-year-old
.J-.. L fir a r.ii 1 i
T w f. n. i iiuav, nog
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ueen m me past weex.
W. W. Pinkerton it. busv levI
. ing the grounds around Carlsbad
springs ior a sanitarium.
A. E. Siegner, who was here
during the holidays, left for his
uuainesa in Amaru io loaay.
Heatinar Stoves-the best line
ever brought to Carlsbad, at the
iracy-Koberts Hardware Co.
A. C. Heard will conduct tha
A ranch on the Plains for the
creditors of the Blair interests.
Mrs. D. G. Grantham and her
two young sons, are visiting at
ner oia home in Corsicana, Tex.
List your land with the Hoi
loway Land Co., Carlsbad,
nnowies, im. m. or Lamesa, Tex.
Misa Florence Mnllnno rlnnirf.
ed for Boulder. Coin., ianr Knrnr.
Pay to visit an aunt and several
Little Arthur O'Ouinn Riistnin
ed a fracture of the left arm
Sunday while scorching on his
Mr. Ed. Macbv and Mina Wil,
liam of the Guaaalupes were
marneooy juage Uunmngham
RuDert and Winnin Diahmon
i entertained their little friends
' Saturday afternoon with an old
iasnionea candy pulling.
To LET-Sitting bed room
Front; two windows; stove. One
minute walk from depot and cen
ter of town. Apply Carlsbad Inn
Saturday evening Mrs. Samuel
Bogie accidentally tell and broke
her right arm, which will confine
ner io ner home ror some time
Miss Lena Kayser, who teaches
in me riainview district near
Artesia, visited during Christmas
with her sister Mrs. VV. VV. Pink
erton. Mr. White, of the firm of
llmrd & White of the High Lone
some ranch, was in town from
Midland a couple of days this
The U. S. Market has just
fat hogs. You can now be sure
of getting good corn. fat pork.
The U. S. Market has just
received a shipment of the cele
brated Bismarck Sauer Kraut.
This is positively the beat Sauer
Kraut on the market
t Dr. G. Pinnell, who has been
In Dayton for some time contem
plates disDOsinor of hia hnnin
'and purchasing a home near
Sol Bush, who has been here
from Douglas, Arizona, for a
month or more with his uncle,
Yancy Kemp, left for home Mon-
mend th new Hotel Alamo, cor
ner 17th and Market streets,
Denver, as being strictly first
clan, with every modern con
venience, and reasonable 'rates.
Dr. Rock and wife, of Aber
deen, S. D., are here visiting
Mrs. Rock's parents Dr. Diefen
dorf and wife near Otis, having
The thoroughbred Jersey bull
can be found In the lot at rear of
Fire Hall at 2.00 tn lnanr mlf
or fee returned. Apply at Fras-
Hagan Richard the two months
old son of Mr. and Mrs. G. A.
Beckett died at two p. m. Friday
and the funeral was held Satur
day afternoon from the residence.
When visiting Denver, stop at
the new Hotel Alamo, comer 17th
and Market Streets. Strictly
modern, with olovafnr urvM
Public and private baths. Rates
f 1 per day and up.
The Holloway Land Co., can
sell your land as they have a
chain of offices with men work
ing for them in all the principal
cities in the east and northeast.
Give them a trial.
The new Alamo Hotel, corner
17th and Market streets, Denver,
is fast becoming the favorite
stopping place for those of our
people desiring first class accom
modations at a n o m i nal cost.
Once a patron, always a patron.
Rev. J. F. Hedgpeth and wife
returned Saturday night, after
spending Christmas with friends
and relatives at Pecnn. Thev
were accompanied by the Misses
Pruitt, sistersof Mrs. Hedgpeth,
who will visit in Carlsbad for a
The Florence Sunday School
received as nreRent from E. M
Queen Gray, for Christmas, a
case of oramres and two hnvoa nf
candy, for which the school is
nijrniy manxiui. me gentleman
never fails to remember his old
Ed Wilson, who recentl? mm
pleted the bridge on the draw
near tne icookv Arrnvi whnni
house BSVa th&t it in nnA nf tha
strongest and best in the county.
being seventy-five feet long. It
wa mucn needed and the com
missioners UBed good judgement
Lost A fine young boar pie
M.:.k . - :H 1 1 r 1 1 .
wnii WW Hi cr. w in pay re
ward for recovery.
Pariahs V M
Kickanoo Trihe Nn M Im
proved Order of Red Men, Hunt-
iiiit uruunus ui armoao neser
vation of New Mexico met last
rridav and epterl th follnurin,
officers: Holly Ray, Sachem;
Wm. H. Mullane. Senior Sara-
more: Willi More-All .Tiininv
Sagamore: W. G. Woerner. Chief
of Records; R. B. Armstrong,
Keeoer or Wamnnm. ami
Fred Hendrpn. nf Wilunknn,
Colorado, came in last Friday to
visit with his sisters Mrs. John
Lowenbruck and Miss Hendren,
and his nephews and nieces, the
Lowenhrnnlr rhilHrnn Mm tfAn.
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dren has not visited Carlsbad for
nine years and ts agreeably sur
prised at the progress made.
To those neonla whn nr -
Dronounced airainat o-amhlino- it
may still be news to state that
the Stock Exchange closed its
gambling department in Novem
ber over a month before the law
took effect. This was done be
cause the games had ceased to
pay. The Bank Saloon closed at
s'x p. m. Dec. 31 and the only
games running during the clos
ing of the old year in Carlsbad
were in Sol's place.
Thn Pm-lahnH Vntnnfw. Pi..
Denartment at tho WwlnauHnu
night meeting u n a n 1 moualy
passed a vote or thanks to the
Tracy-Roberts Co., which com
Danv kindlv nrsntH th ti-
partment with ; ten dollar "Will
iam" as a recognition of prompt
and efficient work at the blaze
near the rear of the Tracy-Roberts
store Friday morning of last
week. The fire denartment hv
motion also voted the above com
pany a happy New Year and
prosperity for 1908.
We have fifty or mora ennrnm.
ers that want to trade Eat Tex
as property for New Mexico and
west lexas property.
iioiioway Land Co.
The Pecos Valley Grocery Co.
Incorporated Under the
Above Name, Capital
On January 1st, 1908, the
Pecos Valley Grocery Company
was succeeded by the Fraser
Bateman Company, incorporated
with a paid up Capital Stock of
$15,000.00, and the business will
be continued under the same
management as heretofore, ex
cept that Mr. M. P. Kerr, who
has been an active merchant for
more than fifty years, will not be
represented in the reorganiza
tion. The business will be enlarged
from a retail grocery business,
into that of wholesale and retail
general merchandise, and taking
a successful grocery business as
a foundation we hope to become,
with the help of our friends, and
by fair and honorable dealing,
one of the - representative insti
tutions of our kind in this sec
tion. We desire to acknowledge,
with hearty- thanks, the support
we have received from our
friends and customers in the
past, and in the new organiza
tion we shall do all in our power
to merit a continuance of their
patronage and good will, and
hope to add many new names to
our already long list
Wishing you a Happy and
Prosperous New Year, we re
Yours sincerely, for "a square
Pecos Valley Grocery Co.
are held reo-ulnrlv pvorv Ktinrlnv
at both of the Catholic churches
or Carlsbad. High mass and
sermon in English at 10 a. m.
every Sunday. Instruction in
Christian doctrine at 3 p. ml
Benediction after instruction.
Mass at 7:30 a. m. every morn
ing during week days.
Mass at 9 a. m. at the church
of San Jose, for the Knnniuh
speaking natives or others, on
All are cordially .nvited to
Mrs. A. Moore, who has been
confined te her bed with rheuma
tism for the past two weeks, Ir
vetting out a little each day, and
her many friends hope soon to
hepr of her complete recovery.
Kflffir pnrn Knd anrirham tn
bundles, also wood and honey.
Address kd ScogKins, K. K. No.
i, ansoad, is. jvi.
Will be paid to any person who
will discover anything but pure
hog fat in our superior kettle
rendered lard. There is none
better. U. S. Market.
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m.
Preaching, 11 a.m. and 7:45 p.m
Epworth League, 7 p. m.
Prayer meetintr Wednesdav. at
7:15, p. m
Choir practice Frllay 7:15 p.m.
The Daator will ha erlnti tn mw
and know all strangers coming
to town, and win toe delighted to
look up all Methodists coming
Joel Frank Hedgpeth.
Sunday School . . 10 a. in.
Divine Service - - - 11 a. m.
Christian Endeaver 7 p. m.
Evwning Service 7:30 p. m.
Come in and See our Bargains in
Don't Stop at the window but come inside
The Carlsbad Volunteer Fire
Department which is entirely
volunteer, members receiving
nothing except the good will and
thanks of the citizen sappreci
ates the recognition of its serv
ices by those whom it protects.
It therefore stands all citizens in
hand to aid the department in
any manner possible and en
courage the boys when oppor
tunity offers. It is of the great
est importance that all property
owners improve every chance to
ouiid up tne department for by
thus doings insurance rates will
All the World
in a tinge, and Hullard'i Snow Lini
ment piny a most prominent part. It
hut no supeiiur lor rheuimttlaui, tllT
joint, cute, Hpraini and all paina. Ituv
it and try It and you will alwav unu it
Anybody who lias uned Hallxrds Snow
liniment in a living proof at what it
dotto. Hut a trial bottit. 2uc. Cue and
$1. Sold by Kddy Drag Co.
Says John Snallson, the rock
mason: I am surprised there
are no more rock buildings in
Carlsbad because you have the
best building stone found in
New Mexico in any quantity
right at your door it oeing only
two miles from the court house.
Thousands of dollars can be
saved every year in builling and
better buildtmrs erected hv usinir
the fine lime stone found almost
in town. If stone could be se
cured as convenient to Hoswell
there would not be a bnck build
ing in the town. The use of
stone not only insures better
buildings, but leaves the cash
for their construction at home
instead of giving two-thirds of
the cost of the material to the
railway company and the other
third to labor in Kansas.
The present county jail could
have been built entirely of stone
range work for a thousand dol
lars less and left all the cash at
home and a far superior buildinir
Rev. Carlisle P. B. Martin. LL D
of Waverly, Texas, write "Of a
morning, wnen. nut arlmiig, I often
And a troobletoiue collection nf nhlwra
wliich produces a couh and it very
ha'd to dinlo'lire: but a muall nuantli
of Kallard'a Iloretiound Syrup will at
once uUMMiifa It, and the trouble is over
I know of no nidldne that U equal to
it, and it Is to pleasant to take. I can
most heartily recommend it to all
eons needing a medicine for throat or
SETS TIRES WHILE YOU WAIT
Without Even Scratching- the Felloe.
The O. K. Shop.
A Dollar Saved
Is a Dollar Earned
You will always save money
by dealing with people you
The Old Reliable
Is at 'ie Bame stand that
he as years bro, and
wil' e there when you
Bw a x viouies
UUSIO- IPAKID OR MAW 10 III
JACOB J. SMITH.
certainly smashed a hole in the bar
rooms, of Kansas, but Ballard's ilore
hound Syrup has smashed all records
as a euro for couuhs, bMiit hitis, infiu
nsa and all pulmonary discaHea. T.
C. II, Morton, Kansas, writes: "I
have never foond a medicine that
would cure a couxh so quickly a Ital
ia rd's ilorehouud tyrup. 1 have used
it for yeaia. Sold by Eddy Drug Co.
mo CURB the LUNC8
Mb att THHOtT MP IUN8 TSODSI IS.
OA MOM XX KXrOMOXJX
ung trouble." At Eddy Drug Co.