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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 3 June 1918

-.1 TlfE EVKMNO CUimLNT. MOMMY, 9 191. LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Uobs Mitchell and children left this morning for Sierra Dlanca, on a Tlslt to relatives. Mrs. 0. F. Isaacs and children left for a visit' to relatives In Olobe, Arliona, going thla morning and planning to remain until school opens. Mrs. Mary tow having completed her visit with her sons, here and at Itoswell, left on the south bound train this morning for her home in Miami, Arliona. J. (J. Ussery came In from his ranch near the point of the moun tain this morning, for supplies. MTnele (Ireen Bays things are brut li ning to look scary from having no rain. Wagner Itoach, accompanied by his sisters, Miss Iluth. Carda Lee and Heba, came down from their home at Hope, yesterday and are visiting relatives and friends In and near town. Mrs. K. J. Htrlngham opened her select school at the C. II. McLena then home this morning. - Mrs. Htrlngham has a class In French and also classes In algebra and seventh grade, work. The little Fesler girl...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 3 June 1918

(Continued from l'lrt (JrrntAn Mule In" lUld Off CVMKt. (Continued from l lrst Page.) Anwlcam All Class I ".Men C'alleT From lOddy Count. runk by submarines at 6:30 I. M. Kunday, fifty miles aoutheast Har neaot, New Jersey. The Bristol res cued the new and btoiiKht them to thin port. It hIao rescued the new of another sallln vessel which had been mink. The Hrlstol ,m ounter ed the suhmailne thiity-eiKht miles oft Haiiu'KMt at 4 : 2 I. M. Sunday. Theie were two subinailnes operat 'loc together. The steamship Grecian reports the schooner Jacob J. Hosllcll mink by vonflre fioni m (lerman siibma rlne In about the same vicinity that wan reported from other sources at bout noon Sunday. The new win reamed bv I lie Oreriiin. The ship Isabella II. Willey. whs shelled by a suhinai tne a No Captain NVwromb. of the schooner Fdward II. Cole, stated today that Mm vessel was attacked by a subma rlne whirh boarded him. took away all the nhlp'a papers and placed them aboard the anbmarlne. 'Hie capta...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 4 June 1918

1 1 ,m VOI,. 2, NO. 12. c.!tiiiAi), new Mexico, h i:siy, jim: i, ioim. .VOO Vcnr, 0c. Month. Me. Copy. FORCE OF U. S. ARMS BEING FELT DEATH TOLL OF GERMAN SUBS SUBS SHELL GERMANS BEING LIFE BOATS! CHECKED ALL i fx Uy Associated I'icki, American troops are IlKlHlnn with the Fiench In holdiiiK up the new Herman rush and already have be gun to make their presence stionnly felt. One force uf Amci lean were thrown Into the hatlle on an Im portant line hetween Oincij ami the Maine river. They not only stopped the enemy advance Into Nevllly Wood, which Id between seven and el tht miles northweHt of Chateau Thierry, hut curried out what the Flench ofTlclal statement character izes as a "iiiaKiiihcent counter at tack," which threw hack the Cer luaiiM noith of tills wood. m:v YOltK UTY Miiirr. IHHK AT lly Associated Pi ess. New Yoik City, June 4. The police last flight forbade any dis play or IIkIKh in the city at nkht. They apparently tear airship raid.- fiom aiiplanes launched from 5cr man ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 4 June 1918

fir.lWW rWlll.H TO .nV.Mi:.' Mm. I. Jackson and boys are at j l,onic Ioifh, California, lenvlnir; for Ily AnxoHated ITobh. there Friday. They will i-pend the With tin French A r i . t y In Franco,' timmer at that pleasant reRort hop- June 4. Tli Otiiian hc unable to prom fiiithi-i unlnn In their of foitn to ifiidi VilliH-Cott-rt de aplte tin: pti ntir I" around ('hat an-1 Tht'Miy, by l t i iiiiiH-il onnt r at t;k t It allien were ii to neatly IlllplOtC their 'l-il Mill. Mm sii.imion I ai:aln at home in Caibbad it ! t r u tint ! Jk I i -l i hi run'. I II u- Wat itin.s ::t.iin. 1 Htto"k 'li'iiloii jiipI !. M. n ! Jlie III Ill-Ill I. .1-1 ('hulife tod.l. In for benefit to the heals of the baby, who ha not been very Ft i out'. TToute Asent Itupkey, of the WellA-FarKO Kipreaa Company, la here from Albuquerque for the pur pone of cheeking out the old anent, D. Jackson, and checking In the tiew on', liny Soladay. Half of his wotk ha been accomplished, but the remainder tnuft need ' be held...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 4 June 1918

Tin: i:vi:mxo cunnnvr, ti ;i:siav, ji nk 4, idis. J LOCAL NEWS Horace (Irosan, again In town after oast. the barber, In a lengthy visit Ned Hhattuck. Is a visitor from his i CJnet 11. In town today homo ranch at C. T. Adam nnl son are shipping 2 4 00 sheep today from the lower valley to l.lttleflcld, Texas, to pas-ure. Huhis Madera and wife are In town from their ranch sevrnty-flve miles southeast, shopping and trans notitiK business of various kinds. llalph. the Cleaner, has been on the sick list for sev i nil dais pant, but Is able to be out lit. ill) to the gratifi cation of his many friends. Will the party that round the y How and white sweater left at the 'Armory the nluht of the K Cross i dunce. I'lease return It to Kalph i the Cleaner I'hoiie 2 HI 2td s Mrs. V. i:. iMike and chlhlicn left this momiiif on the return trip to their hotue i.t I.ovlngton, going out with It. J. T t I t in i t in his ear. Mr. and Mm. Kll Vest and fiim-j ll are spending the Week III Mope, . visiting ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 4 June 1918

Why We Fight No. J BtuM Germany llavlnj Split the World ia Hall ! Now Tryii to Devour the Halve i uuuuu. ii!L uuuiv TO Villi THE WAR Food Is Now America's Most Im portant Asset and Weapon. Hv C'IjA KKNt'K I HI'KKM Brrlary of ti War Cotnml ttee of tna Onion lu 'lub cf flit ro. We are niclttlnic Germany, for one thtnic. Ihthuw Germany, having aplR Hi world In Imlf. I" now aoi-klng to devour I halve Hoparatcly. Stii ha driven a wodge Mtniltrltt through llii l.cn r t of Europe, mill Into Asln, and ! peeking to extend It to iho I'er flnn gulf. Thla I- no i (Mi ntnl hnppcnlng. die (o till- downfall Of l(U"dU Hllll till' Mid- fl hi Milftlmc In Hi fortune f war. Germany planned It nil decade ngo. r'he made no cfTart to keep th plan ar-crct. She tol.l in nli iihout It. She had a reputation for making plan? im) ftl kliiK to thorn, from out goner itlon to another; yet tin world paid do attention. It seemed too proline terou even for Germany to attempt A long ago a IS!).! a Ml i nwnnna COMB OUT...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 5 June 1918

Uhe E Venning; Cirraii. VOL. Si, NO. 42. CAKI.SltAD, NKW MEXICO, UFDXF.Mt AY, 41 NE 3, 10IM. f.YOO Year, tc. Month. Be. Copy. U. S. MEN WIN IN BAYONET ATTACK "DON'T .1X11 1st: yofii viit;i,i:ss VF. WON'T hllOOT." . "lion't line won't shoot," In (ellllHny,, )Iy Associated I'rrBB. With the American Army' In Franco, June 4. - American lioops, which wire recently thrown Into the present Kreat buttle northwest of Chateau-Thierry, In a bi llliant ' bayonet attack today proved their' superiority over the enemy in this j class of IlKlitlnn an they were out-' numbered and diove the (ifiiiiunn fioiu NevllJy Wood in whicli. the Hun were uttemntlntc to eiduhlinh theniHchen arter occupying the 1 !- lane of Neulll.v-l.a-Poterle. In the seveie flKhtliiK the ei man i poured u heavy machine gun lire Into the' American ranks hut the Americana without a moment of hesitation tutthed forwaid mid destroved the newly erected and hoHtlle machine nun position on the edne of the wodd, then cnntinuelnK their ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 5 June 1918

LOCAL NEWS mimtfh of citv cxii'mcii TheEveningCurrent ! H. I,. I'firy. Fditor and Mgr. Fntered m second class matter -April IS. 1317, at the punt office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Published dally, Sunda) excepted, by th Cailshad I'rlntlrit; Co. The wool produced In New Mex ico Hhould not only be scoured In th Mate, but also him n n furtu r'l In to blanket. Ores goods and gar ments, an a Height Having piopo hltlon. The scouring rould he done fiom the start, and the savings of freight mill he at least lUty per tent. Then- in home hope thut the government will nee the advantage or Mil, an recently tt nV t i waa the rart that there are other porta outside of New York and It la tinderMood that at leant five per rent of the freight will he rarrled to other porta, relieving- the eon gestlon on railroad leading to New York to that extent. It U announced that New Mexico will get no loana from the Federal l,oan Hoard, the official of that or ganisation having dec...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 5 June 1918

Tina lvlnino curiiuxt, vi:ink.may, june b, 101, LOCAL NEWS C. C. Harbert, sheepman, went up to lloswell Tuesday on business. Karl Delk'ls In from the ranch home on Ilorky Arroya. today, coming to register. i:lks Ti:xi)i:it huciiitio.n a. it. injriNN. TO Hiram Dow, well known attorney of Hoswell, came down from there yesterday on legal business. Mrs. H. F. Christian came In last night from the San Simon where she had spent a few days. Dr. Dos, vetlnary Inspector, of Artesla, Is In town this week, look Ins; after business matters In his line. tluy A. Heed, who has been In town from the tipper valley for a couple of days, left this morning for Lovlngton. I,. O. Fullen was an arrival from . Iloswell yesterday, coming down to attend to some business for the Tub r lie Utilities Company. Miss Meryl Hegnler is assisting In the office of Joyee-I'rult Compsny while her sister, Miss Velma has taken the cashier's place. Loss a. who has been on a visit to his brother's family on their ranch near...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 5 June 1918

Why We Fight No. 4 Bceatue (lermany for Ytara Soofhl to Undermine Our Ooveromeat and Our Ideal Hy t I.AKKM'K I. I KI.It j ftwrelary rf Hit War Cun.iTilM' f th I'hlon IHKiin Club (if CI.Whko. We are fighting Orrmnny for the ' rlKht to II v our own live n we see fit. We it r fighting fr nr law, our t Ideals, our home, our Institution. "Hut, how," one may ndc, "wepe nil tliexe thing threatened by (Jcrmany before the war Minted? It I rny to see how tliey limy he threatened now. for IT We lire defeated we are lost, lillt ' before tln war started did (Jcrmany rneniire those thing we hold most au red?M I.e tlie (tcrman themelv( nnwpr. After Voi Imve reii'l I ho evidence out nf their own mouth, yon tuny decide whether fir not Oernniny planned to tip net our Inxtltutloiin, our Ideal, our very Mode of life. In lll the National Oertnan-Amerl run alliance wn fortneil In the 1'nlted State, In 1J7 It win InenrfHirnted by act of conres. It charter I now helnif attacked In Hint same body. One of th...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 6 June 1918

irremfc vol. 2, NO. 41. CA1UIIAI, XKW MEXICO, lllt'RlAY, JINE H, 1 f t M. fWVOO Year, OOc. Month. 3c. l'pj SAMMIES HARD TO GLORIOUS DEEDS HOLD IN CHECK By Associated Press. With American Army In France, June 6. American machine gun battalions accounted for approxi mately one thousand Germans while holdliiK the bridge at Chatentt-Thler-ry. The Americana lost only one man killed and very few wounded, while at the name time the French wiped out a force of three hundred Germans who had obtained a foot' Ing on the aouthern bank of the Marnc. Wfille the Germans domi nated the town from Hill No. 204 the American and French soldiers net up machine guns In the windows and doorways of the houses. Flercene. marked the fighting and the day officers could hardly keep the Americana from crossing the river In the teeth of the enemy fire and almost certain death and as saulting the hill position. OF AMERICANS ED FROM SUBMA RINE AIR ATTACKS Ily Associated Press. Washington, June 6. How an American p...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 6 June 1918

TSiEycningCurrcnt M. L. Perry, Fdltor and Mgr. Entered a second class matter A pill 1 6. 1917. at the post office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Published J dally. Sundays excepted, by th Carlsbad Printing Co. WORK Olt KHillT! Woik or light! The principle liaa been embodied In regulations lecently Issued by Provost Marshal (eneral Crowder, aa appl)lnK to men within the selective draft aKe. It On Klit to hp u law of the land, but the congress ban not yet passed an act to Include able-bodied men of all ages. The New Mexico Coun cil of Defense, with the clone co operation or the county council of defense and the community coun cil of defense, will aee to It that New Mexico II v 'H up to Itn beat tradltlona by supporting the Federal Kovernment In every way that may be teqnired, een when not specifi cally provided by act of congress. The puliation lor America, and her allies today In nothing less thun critical. The peril could hardly be exaggerated. We iii tint ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 6 June 1918

TUB LVKNIXO CUMIKXT, IHfltftDAr. JUNK 9, 191. LOCAL NEWS (Jeo. E. Singleton, of Monument, Is In town today. Dr. L. II. Pate is on the sick list today at his horn In North Carlsbad. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Walker and George Hrantley, of Carlsbad, were Iloswell visitors yesterday. Tues day's Itoswell News. W. II. Harber Is In from the ranch today. Mrs. Harber spent much of the week In town, looklnx after buildings which she Is having built. Carl Livingston left for the ranch this afternoon to look after rattle Interests. Albert Johnson and son-in-law, Kobeit Lapsley, are In from ttlack river today. Mrs. C. Wallls, of Lovfng. left todsy on a summer's visit to her old home at Mayfleld, Kentucky. Dr. and Mrs. Query and little Kir Is are busy with preparations for their summer visit to Cloudcrnft and hope to get away this week. Miss Mabel Thayer, who was op erated on for appendicitis, recently, at Kody County Hospital, will prob ably be taken to the home of her mother, Mrs. Ollle Thayer, this...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 6 June 1918

Mrs. Keen Uarr and baby, Or nee Ellen, left last nlaht for their home la Albuquerque after a pleasant la it to the family of A. C. Oer. The family or A. It. O'QuInn are butty pack Inn their household cooda preparatory to their removal to 'Natchitoches, Louisiana, plannlnK to laie either Satin day or Tuesday of oext wck. Newcoiueis to Cuilrihud are Mr. and Mr. J. F. I'aden, who come here expecting to make their home with iin. Tiny aie hum Mutton, Kansas, and have tuken Mm. M. K. Cha) tor's residence on HaluKoeno street for the aummer. The lady la here for the benefit of the match leu Pecos Valley climate. T. M. Johnson and wife, and lit tie crHnddaiiKhter, VliKlnla Files, will leave Saturday morning for their new-old home at Poplar 1 1 luff, Missouri. We aie sorry to lose peo ple like these fiom our midst, only belnic H onelleil by the fart that they will do better in many waya there than here. Announcement cards received here Tuesday by relative announce the birth of a sis pound bab...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 7 June 1918

Hie VOIi. 2, NO. 43. CAItLKIlAD. NEW MEXICO, Kill HAY, 4IMJ 7..IHIN. H.1.00 Vrnr, 00c. Month, fcc. Copy U. S. MARINES PUT GERMANS ON THE RUN By Associated Treat. With American Force on the Marne, June 7. American marines, who began a aecond attack on the .Herman lines late yesterday captur ed 'the village of Torcy and drove their way Into Ikmreiches north west o( Chateau-Thierry and this morning were holding Torcy In the face of repeated heavy counter at tacks. They are also eontlnulng to push hark the Germans throuxh the atreeta of Douresehey. Virtually all the objectives were attained which were Included In the American plan of attackT hut the commanders did not Intend that the marine should take Torcy, hut they awept Into It and drove out the Germans. One point of their objective which was not reached was on the right win In Iielleau wood, but the fleic est of lighting Is continuing there. By Associated Press. An Atlantic Port, June 7 French armed merchantmen arrived here to day ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 7 June 1918

XaEvcmngCurrcnt H. I. Terry, Editor and Mgr. Entered im second clans matter April 16. 1317, at the post office at Csrlnbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Published daily. Kundaa excepted, by the Catlxbad 1'ilntiog Co. (IMMIMI V Ol II.H I OHM t:i. 3 a: Th State Council of Iiefenae lately aitked the Eddy County Conn ill of lefnse to form Community Council. The County Council did It In lM Hi. in threo minutvH. All that was necessary wan a motion, put, seconded and carried, and Eddy County had ten Hourlsh I n k Coiiimunlty Councils, with offl rera, inciu Ix-r , and money In the hunk. That thr- minutes of time con Hiimed In tli pitsslni? of n motion was the frutition of many hours of hard work. Eddy County had ten community councils bee a line men had apent time In the building of Ihein. The Eddy County Lick the Kalaer Club, with Its fourteen hun 1red meiubera was the result of that work- and when the government asked for the formation of Com munity Councils, the Eddy Count...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 7 June 1918

THE EVE NINO CURRENT, FRIDAY, JUNK 7, IvM. LOCAL NEWS Will Woerner la la from Knowles for ff w days stay onb uslness. Minn Ada Cordon it In town from Last Chance, visiting at the home of her slAtsr, Mm. C. N. Jono. A ma nmw-otx A LETTER FROM GEO. FESLEIl. Mr. Charles R. Rrlce and riaugh ter, Miss Evelyn, are visiting friends in Carlsbad from their home In Roswell. Avanel Wright has been spending a week at Loving at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Huston. It. M. Tanstll slipped off to Chicago a day or two ago to see the family, expecting to return the last of the week. Mrs. Marvin Livingston Is antici pating k visit from her 'sister. Miss Itarbara Jones, of Globe, Arizona. The young lady may arrive any day and will remain for the summer. .. Horn:- at F.ddy County hospital thin morning, to Mr. and Mr. Hot Ilbtiard, m baby daughter. ..The Current, with n lmt of friends, ex tend bent wlntie tit the young lady for n happy, ueful life Hlbbert Smith, a brother of 0. 1 Clar...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 7 June 1918

3 s S2.50 beginning Saturday we offer any LADIES' HAT IN STOCK FOR ONLY S2.50 HTHESE ARE VALUES TO THE END AND WHILE NOT MANY OF THE ASSORTMENT, IT WILL BE WORTH WHILE FOR A VIS IT TO THIS DEPARTMENT. 1 OTHER REDUCTIONS IN MANY LINES OF READY-TO-WEAR THAT ARE RE.L BARGAINS ARE HERE FOR. YOU, WHY NOT BUY A DRESS OR SUIT FOR NEXT SEASON NOW AND SAVE SI 0.00 TO S 20.00 Why We Fight No. I Because Germea Lull of Conquest Meaaeta Im Maay Waya Our Vary National Biitteaee Joyce Pruit Company We Want Your Trade" Noted Hc.l fro VoikM touting N. K. Finney, l Miiiliuy of tin niniintitttl illtlxlou of the l(' t'ltiMH society, Is eapected to itrrhe h I'mlshnil t tie Nth Instant, coniinir from Denver hihI will tiulil two, meetings w li II here. A meeting f j the executive board la to be held i nrnl on Sunday etenliiK at K o'clock at the ulriloino a public mcftltiK Im being ai ranged for. An outline of t'i hiioiih phuo ainl problems of lied Cross woik will lie given and the needs of the Aineilcun s...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 8 June 1918

voi,. a, m. 4i. CAitl.KllAI), XKW MEXICO, HATI ItDAV, Jl NE H, IOIM. f3.00 Year, COc. Month, ftc. Copy. T AMERICANS FIGHT . LIKE DEMONS Dy Associated Pre. With American Army In France, June 8. American troon north west of Chateau-Thierry mowedi clown the enemy with machine gun and rlfie fire at midnight last night when the Hermans made an attack on their position. The Americana fought like demon and at one Point killed over one hundred of the enemy. I'ti'IlMII! Kil lL'lli4ilV II V l v i I . is Ai-n kk ok vii,i,a;k. By Associated Pre. Washington, June 8. Oneral rershlng personally directed fighting of the American troopa at Cantlgny, from where the Hermann were driv en with a loss of two hundred prisoners, member of the senate military committee were told today at the weekly conference with war department official. The village waa taken bv the Americana vn May 2Sth and all Herman attempt to recapture it hnve teen In vain. NEW PROGRESS MADE BY ALLIES Py Associated Tren. Paris, June K....

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 8 June 1918

MEMBERS OF The 725 nam given below represents the number of paid-up members to the "Lick the Kaiser Club". There may be a few la fact the secretary reehs ure there are itonie namea omitted, but any person whiH name la not la the Hat will confer a favor by reporting the same. There are also about two hundred and fifty persons la Carlfibad and vicinity who do not belong to the organization. There are prob ably a few who have been missed by the solicitor and In that rase they will ronTer a favor and save clerical work, by joining at once. A rrangementa are making to collect the dues through the different banks, the same a the Commercial t'lnb dues are paid, thus dividing the money between the various banks of the city: Artuendaies, I). Armstrong, Mrs. J. Armstrong, John Allen, Mrs. Y. IS. Allen, Y. It. Adams. C. T. Adams, Sirs. C. T. Adams. eGorge Adams, Mrs. George Alexander, Mrs. L. II. Aleaander, I.. R. Albrltton. K. V. Armstrong. It. B. Arledge, W. W. Adklns. Nell M. Adams, J. I,, ...

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