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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 8 June 1918

THE EVKNINO CUURKNT, rUTUTtDAY. , HHH. Werthelm, Mis Jean Walters, M. W. Walker, Charles W. Wood, Mrs. Tom Ward, Mrs. C. A. Williams, O. M. Wiseman, 8. O, Wiseman), Nettle Wangler. Mm. Joseph White, C. C. Wtfsa. Mrs. V. E. Walter, C. J. Zimmerman, F. It. Ward, C. A. Westaway, It. W. William, U. O. Weaver, Mra. K. If. Waller, Roy Wright, Mm. Mary Warren, L. O. Wheeler, Ben Whitehead. Mm. O. M. Walterseheld, K. C. Washington. W. A. Wlndum, J. 8. Woodard, J. T. Went, Claude Williams, Eugene Woolace, K. (). White, Ona Woodman. Mm. W. II. Wright, Mm. Whit Yates. J. it. Yates. Mm. J. U. Zimmerman. J. If. zirL. 1 SHQilTAGE OF FISH i LOCAL NEWS The children of M. K. lliley down with the mump. are I.. W. Arthur and family are up from Irving thin afternoon. Mis Jewelle Hubbard came In yesterday from school at Wichita, Kanaaa. Mian Mitchell, milliner, leave to night for her home In St. Lou In. Mra. Frank IMttatord and daugh- ter, Lvelyn, will leave tonight for a auuimer visit at Granite City, ...

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. — 8 June 1918

I A THE KAISER CLUB IMPOfl rilliSlDKNT OF DTICE renreijt the number of paid-up rinh". There miy be a few In are some names omitted, but any will confer a favor by reporting the- 'ndred and fifty persons In Carlsbad the oraanlatlon. There are prnfj v the solicitors and In that case they -al work, by Joining at once. Ajtj mUXlT. the dues thrniiKh the different Club due are paid, thtia dividing K of the city; Frances ;. M. Mrs. M.K. Mrs. M lhur U. M. F. OOVKKNOES AN MEETINGS WILL SUBSCJU M. David T. J. , J . H. 7 A. ry D. illard Iff barren Pnrwnatit to iht find tha Governor of Acting under tha auth called all tai-payer a their aubecriptlon for aviualtor town and cm III A M . . II1UIII-1 in acnooi or pre. vra fcouae, keeping a reeoiJciyde persons present and tl ituby Fay theiu. The name, of t Mildred u Write, wUh ihalr r ,r' M' War Baviiifs Ptau :,r xt n fame aa Liberty Honda i"VlvM but It is intended that The Trie of eaeh J," s which il la bought. V ' i' m. Ftanop will eoat $4.16, i . ...

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. — 10 June 1918

VOI 2, NO. 47. CAKIMUI). NKW MUXICO, MO.MMV, JIM: HI. t III M. 5.tK) Year, OOc. Month, ftc. Copy. r v NEW ATTACK NOW RECENT ENEMY RAGING; SAMMIES GAIN GROUND; 500 PRISONERS TAKEN By Associated 1'rem. Fails, June 10.- The new Ger man attack on the front between Mont Dldlcr and -Noyon continued all through last night with un diminished violence whlrh plainly ahowed that the nermann were puttlriK every available force at their command Into the great ef fort to break the allied line In thin aector. On the French left, furious Her man attacka were made time after time only to be broken up by the French Are which wan no accurate and deadly tiny did not hav the nerve to face It Ioniser, but re , turned wIMi shattered rank to their trenche. In the center, the enemy in now bringing up lelnforcements and haa succeeded at a fenrful cost In making further prngrcju as tti have reached th southern part of (ruvllly Wood and Kessons-Snr-Mtr. The French American forces con tlnulnic their attacka in ...

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. — 10 June 1918

VENT HATRED ON NAVAL PRISONERS Huns Reserve Their Worst for British Seamen. TOO HORRIBLE TO PRINT Bantrle a4 Guard Encouraged to Punish 8ummarlfy Prisoners Bat Ing on Bar for Rlaa From Burn 1 Ing Call Art Proddsd Back With Bayonet -"The Tr," Form of Torture Wora Than Anything Known to Inquisition. Horrible a err many of the tales which have been published of Oerinan brutality to prisoners of war, there Are many other nt lit mr harrow Ing If they could only he printed. And the worst tale of all could be told of the Hun treatment of naval pel aoner. Fortunately tbo prisoner are com Irtlvely few In number, hut the Iloch hatred of their enemies vent Itself, for reason which probably eem good to them. In greatest meav lire agalnat the Itrlllsti navy. I have been permitted to read some letter front Kngllsh eeameo which anniehow have e-aed the eye of the German censor. Rome of the at or lea one would not dare to quote. They are horrible beyond description, My writer In the New York Her ald...

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. — 10 June 1918

Tins uumnq cutuusnt, monpaty junk i, iota. LOCAL NEWS , C. W. Beeman, of Malaga, la up from there today. John O. MeKeeo left for his home In Malaga after spending Sunday In town. . John Heed and wife and eon are la, from their horn southeast of town, today. MIm Orace Jonea now occupies the. position of cashier at Kddy Drug company, beginning her duties last Saturday. V. O. Woerner, after several days spent at the county seat, left for his home In Knowles on the mail car this morning. Jim Wood and family are from liovlng today. P J. It. Yates and ft. M. Adams are business visitors In Roawell at this time, going up Saturday night. H. V. Culp and family, of Monu ment are In town today trans acting business and visiting with friends. C. O. Suiter came down from Itoswell Sunday and will look after shipping the wool from the C. F. A I. ranch near here. Homer King and family and Fred Zimmerman and family en joyed an outing on Illark river Sunday and they say they had a fine time. 191H Regi...

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. — 10 June 1918

HE CAPTURES 17 11UIIS Sergeant, Sinote-Handcd, Per forms Remarkable Feat. IMPORTANT NOTICE Gets Distinguished Conduct Medal fee . m VREMDKNT OF THE ITNITKI) KTATKS PROCLAIMS FIUDAT. ' JUNE 2.H, 2918, M NATIONAL WAIt SAVINGS DAY GOVERNORS AND MAYOR MAKK SIMILAR PROCLAMATIONS MKKTINOB TV ILL DE 1IKM) IN EVERY COMMUNITY TO SECURB BUBSCRIfTIONS FOB WAR SAVIN 08 BTAHI'B rursnant to tlie proclamation of tht President of Ue United 8tt and the Governor of this Ktate, I, War Savings Director for New Meileo, acting tinder tie authority of the United State Treasury Department, hava called all taxpayers and wage-earners to meet on Friday, June 28th, to five their subscriptions for War Having! Stamps. In rural communities and the amaller town and cities, meetings will be held In the school houses at 2 p. m. The school or precinct officers will conduct the meeting In each school bouse, keeping a record of the proceedings and reporting the names of all persons present and the amount of War Savings...

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. — 11 June 1918

veiakK C&srreiaiL. VOl 2, SO. AH. CAHLSIlAD, NEW MEXICO, Tl KSIMY, JIWK II, 1IM. 3.00 Year, 0x-. Month. 5c. Copy. :.rrr: Mae Y U-BOAT SUNK BY FRENCH RETAKE BRITISH STEAMER By Associated Pre. An Atlantic Port. June 11. A German submarine was attacked and apparently sunk by a Dritlsh steamship from Europe last Hun day off the American count, ac cording to passengers on tb ves sel arriving here. A United States army officer who saw the single ahot fired at the U-boat which was only a hundred and fifty yards way, ei pressed the opinion that a clean hit was made. It was later stated that the Associated Press was unable to confirm this report. WAVH AFTER WAVK OP KNKMY MOWED DOWN IIY PHENOL By Associated Press. French hesdquatters In France, June 11. Fighting with unpreced ented fury yesterday the Germans, continuing their attacks In com pact masses, were mowed down by allied gunfire. Wave succeeded wave- In the attack and when a position was taken hy the enemy It ws frequently promptl...

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. — 11 June 1918

?nd been planted. It was the opin ion of Hupt? FoMer, quoted by Mr. WilllMtiiA. that the crop was from ten to fifteen per cent better as concerned growth than Isst year at this time. KUht thousand acres of cotton wm planted, and a icood aland wan Keneral. Hoth the stand and the condition of the crop was better thin year than In 1917, and a third moie acreage was In. There would be no shortage of water for the saMon's Irrigation, It waa thouKht. The renervolrs had lately received eight thousand acre feet of water, and a flow waa ex ported down the rlvtr which would put the fear f any shortage permanently on the shelf for thla season. With what la In the res ervoir now. and the normal bow, the Carlsbad project la assured of Irrigation for months to come. Mr. Williams said that the alfal fa waa comlnx on well, although he thouKht that fully three thou and acres had been pastured In an effort to help the stockman keep their animals allre during the drouth. The wheat situation was discus...

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. — 11 June 1918

TlfK KVKMNG CUKItKXT, TUF.H!AV, 4IJNK If, 101. LOCAL NEWS Horn, at Sister's sanitarium Mon day night, June 10th, to Mr. and Mra. )n. Illndel, a boy baby. KOU UKNT. A four-room house cheap; In irood condition. Call thin office or at Swlgart St Prater's or 'phone 271. Mr. and Mr. H. F. Christian. Mra. A. K. Teeple and daughter, Alice, and Mlsa Leila Christian were visitor to Itoswell Sunday. Julltia Forke left at noon toda for his home at Irving, his truck piled hUh with freight for varloua nrma In that thriving auburb. Messrs. Oeorge ft. Hay and" Sar as, of Roawell, are In the city today. The gentlemen are Inter ested In the Itotarian movement and may organize a lodge of that name In Carlsbad. ). It. Harkey and daughter, Mlssi Mvrtle, are up from their ranch! below town. They have had no rain In their section of the coun try, recently. Mra. Thoniaa Higglne la again at borne in Carlsbad after aceom- panylng her daugnier xo wiotib, and spending a few days in the upper valley. Meeting a...

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. — 11 June 1918

IMPORTANT NOTICE imaiDKNT OF THIS UNITED STATES mOCLAI113 FIUDAT. JUNK 28, 1918, NATIONAL WAIl 8A VINOS DAT GOVERNORS AND MAYORS MAKE SIMILAR PROCLAMATIONS MEETINGS TVILL BE HKII) IN EVERY COMMUNITY TO SEUUJIH 8UBHCR1ITION3 FOB WAB BA VINOS 8TAMP8 Purtuant to the proclamationa of the President of the United State and the Governor of this State, I, War Saving Director for New Meileo, actlna onder tha authority of tha United Statea Treasury Department, hara tailed all tax-pajera and wage-earnere to meet on Friday, Juji 28th, to giv their aubeeriptiona for War Barings Stampa. In rural communities and tha mailer towna and eitiaa, meetings will be held In tha school houses at 2 p. m. Tha eehocl or precinet officers will eonduet tha meeting In each eehool house, keeping a record of tha prooeedlngs and reporting the name of ail persons present and the amount of "War Savings Stampe subscribed for by them. The namea of absent persons, and of thoae who refuse or neglect ta ubeeribe, with thei...

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. — 12 June 1918

4 XOli. 2, JVO. 49. CAiiUiitAu, m:w MKXIOX), UIIIINKHDAV, Jl'MJ I2, IUIH. A.(K) Year, COc. Month. 6c. Copy. enemy unable - push buck americans ro FRENCH JJy .Associated Press. Iondon, J one 12 "The Gnrmana are asking seriously the American thrust at th apei of tbe.ir line in the CUgnon valley northwest of Chateaa-Thlerry and thus far have used five divisions Id Attempting 1o counter It, but entirety without anoceM." neuter's correspondent at French headquarters telegraphs un der Tuesday's date. "Two fresh divisions were thrown at the Am erican oeater at DourescHea this ma. ruing m a fruitless alteaapt to wapture (Uia village." Don't be a spender. Be a Saver. Buy War Savings Stamps. ritBrw:xT t:ii, unh 'twas By Asaooltted Press. -jyt?0"' Ju 1. The . 1 aay ont h Inter- hUVW f th niwi made by .. . January in ihl f. fn dlpl..aey" to quiet Soarf nrov-y over the pro- trVatleJ nWatlon of all hJhpriliDi mtde known that Tmimve. 5. rref the senate hh d,,"o. of treatlee In which he recommends ...

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. — 12 June 1918

TheEvcningCurrcnS H. L. lVrry. Kdltor and Mgr. Kntered a" oond clans matter April lfi. 1917, at the pout office at Carlahad, New Mexico, underlie Art of March 3. 1879. Published dallr, Sunday excepted, by the Cailahud Printing to. km; ;i:kiui, maiuii lrmtrr of The Aik ltel ' Pre. The AftMoclatM Pre In eirlualvu 1y entitled to the tine for republlca' at me. and anld: ((4ititlniieIrrni Flrnt Page.) would tell hla commanding officer about them. "I wont up to headquartera and found the colonel. It waa a Tues day morn in k- Colonel March." I aald, "I've ftnlnhfd thotte atablea. I've wqrk ed hard on them and I'd be glad to have you come and lowk them over. I think they're a pretty Kood Job and am proud of my woik.l' Colonel March, amltinRly looked tlon of all new dlspstche credited ' to It or not otherwise credited In this paper and alio the local newa published heipln. Our HriitiiiHiita Tn. In many American ritiea they have abolished the plan of holdlnK examinations at the end of each er...

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. — 12 June 1918

Tins i:lm.vo current, Wednesday, june ta, ioia. LOCAL NEWS . MesdamesOeorge Stone and Cans, of Lakewood are shopping In Can Isbad this morning. Arthur Farnaworth cam down from Koswell Monday and la making' a hand on the, Ingram ranch near town. Mrs. Maud Wyman-Jenkln waa In town late yesterday looking after work In connection with he. boya and girls clubs. N From the Roswrll News we learn that Mr. and Mrs. Klta White, Christian are at ihe Rhea White Miss Mary White and Miss Lei a ranch. nitHT cahk t nim:u vaciiiaxcy LAW - Little Dorrls, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 8. L. Terry, was succes sfully operated on for the removal of tonsils and adenoids at F,ddy county hospital this morning. J. W. Qamel and J. F. Joyce left for HoHwell on business for Joyce fruit, going on last night's train They are expected to arrive home on the evening train today. ' Miss Lilian Rearup accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Faul Ares to their home in the mountains Monday. Mr. Ares brought his last man to town and Is now ...

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. — 12 June 1918

. 4 - i SSfiiSSSS IMPORTANT NOTICE I PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES PROCLAIMS FRIDAY, ' JUNE 2S, 1918, NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS DAY . GOVERNORS AND MAYORS MAKE SIMILAR PBOCIJLM ATI 0N3 l?sw Ifexlao War Savings Director appointed sad aetin ndsr tha autko itj af Sssretsrj 1 U United Bute Treasurj. . v. MEETINGS WILL BE HELD IN EVERT COMMUNITY TO 8EOURB I SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR WAR SAVINGS STAMPS Po reus ant te tfce proclamations of the President of tbe United States) ad th Governor of Oils State, I, War Savings Director for New Meileo, tln vmder the aoteoritj of the United 8tatee Treaaury Department, have sailed all tu-piywi and wsse-earners to meet on Fridaj, Jane 28th, to give their subaeriptlone for War Savings Stampe. In rural eomraunitlea and ths mailer towna and altiea, ineetlngs will be held In the school houses at 2 p. n. The eehool or precinct offleere will conduct the meeting In eaeh school kouee, keeping a reeord of the proceeding! and reporting the miln of all persona present and t...

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. — 13 June 1918

C VCHi. 2, .NO. .VK cAHi.sitAD, m;w mkxico, tiii iisday, ivsi: t.i, hum. WANT PRESIDENT TO TAKE OVER TELEGRAPH LINES ENEMY DRIVEN BACK ACROSS By Associated Tresa. St. I 'mil, June IS. A resolution deploring the aliened necessity of having to mil a strike of union telegraph operators to enforce the recomme ndstlon of the war labor board and asking the president to take over Immediately control of the Western Union and Tostal tele-' graph line waa adopted today at a convention of the American Fed eration of I.alor. Oompera wired president Wilson aa followa: "We wish to eipresa to you our deter-, the field went of Olse the (lermana mlnatlnn to give whole-hearted have come to a halt for the pre upport to the government of our free country In thin war to catah liih principle of freedom that will Insure peace between nations. We pledge our loyal support and ser- . , . a il t . . . . . . ' equality e n a 1 1 ne ine common nam of all peoplea." Ily Associated Tress. (lerman forces which succ...

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. — 13 June 1918

I tllscouraKe parties from mak'lng ap plication for loan. Who la re- sponsihle ror the statement it not now known but It has been pub lished In nearlr all the paper of the Mate without editorial com- i inent. The Current r.1adlr makes this explanation and correction. iu:vrn ok an oi.i hi:hiikxt. ThEvcningCurrcnt 8. h. I'errr, Editor nd Mgr. Entered aa second class matter April !, nil, it the post office at Carlsbad, New Meilco, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Published dsllr, Fuinla)s excepted, by the Carlsbad I'rtntlnje Co. . Jaruf ft I.orton, for nianjr years Member of The .Iomh luted Pre, liculdlnu in Carlsbad. where he The Associated Press Is exclusive- i wot ked at his trade of saddler. y entitled to the use for leDiibllca- erplred In El al'so over a week tlon of all news dispatches credited sto. the cause of death being atlv-1 to It or not otherwise credited In ; en as tuberculosis. He was some thla paper and alo the local new i where between forty-five and fifty published her...

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. — 13 June 1918

THE LVLM.VQ CURRENT, Till ItSftAY, JUNK 13, 191. LOCAL NEWS C. WlUholt, of Knowles. It reg istered at a local hotel this morning. Kd. Hollobeke, of rrron, la In Iowa this week from his ranch near that cltjr. George Price, of the People' Dry Goods atore, returned last night from a business trip to Kl Paso. l,ee Keller. Huford. Glad and Vance Polk are down from the Ouadalupea this morning transact In business of various kinds. At morning worship next Sab bath In the Presbyterian church th sermon will deal with "Line Fences." Kvenlng worship Is omitted. John loweobruck spent some days the first of the week In Ros-well. Attorney Hiram M. Dow, of Roswell attended to legal business In Carlsbad the first of the week. SGNQBSB30BE62S9 8S8SE&8SES&S5svS aBSSSSSal 8S7"S1 1 Sidney Ilrown Is up today from the D. II. Ilsrkey ranch below town, where he and his family reside. Mrs. Shelby, who was under treatment of sn eye specialist at Kddy County hospital wan able to go to her home Wednesda...

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. — 13 June 1918

COMMIMHIONKILS' I'IMM LKDIMH. HK IT HKMKMHKHKl) that on thin 1st day of April, A. !., 1911, i,t Ciiiinlv CoimiiliiMoners net In ifKiiltir session at whtrh ( Pi pot" of ,...ilnu lliu fdlliiwlnir firirccl intra ate Plt of Were liud l'resent : Mr. I.. Mr. from Mr. from A. Mr. A. I'IihIi man. Commissioner Commissioner Swiunrt, C. K. Mann, District .No. 2. . I). Hruce, I Hull lit No. :i. II. oguinn, County k . J. T. Cooper, Deputy Sheriff. A petition having been presented signed by moie than ten free holil eta petitioning that a road be ea ta tl inh-1 and opened beginning from a point at the NoithweM corn er of Section I, Township 16 South, Itange 2'i KaM. and rnnnliiK South a dlstsnre a point lit Her Hon I, Hani!e 2! hi, Id noith of about 4 35 lods, to the Notthwest corner of Township 16 Soulh.i Kant, In Kddy County poini iniersciing me Kddy County and Chaves rounty line road, aaid South point inter sectlng the Section line which haa been declared a public highway and rounty road, It wa...

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. — 14 June 1918

Me Eveiiig Current 7 VOL. II, NO. 81. c.Mti snAD, m:w mkxico. iitn ay, .mm: n, hum. .YOO Year. MOc. M..11M1. ,V. pj i I) r U-BOATS AGAIN ACTIVE NEAR VIRGINIA CAPES By Associated Trent. An Atlantic Port. June 14.- A lit It Inh steamship arriving here to day reported that it IimiI received h wlrelena tnenna;;e from a llrltlnh steamer, the Keetnun, laxt night that ahe was bring attacked by a 'i'tman stibniatlne. Two bourn la tir word wan received that the vessel wan sinking. The Keenum Is a venue! of firty-clght hundred tonn, and It la said ahe wus off the Virginia Cupea. GERMANS FAIL IN RECENT DRIVE i:misii pcoi i i; piiTi itMiM i TO KH.IIT TO I IMSII. I SI IIS IN MII.KS OFF VIIMil.MA :aif.m. ny Associated Trees. An Atlantic Port. June 14. Ship ready to Mil from here lart . nUhl and today were held back by report tflat nuhmarinen were operating eighteen tnllea off the1 VlVrglnla Open. Ily Associated Prena. ! (ernian attacks on each nldo of the French aallent between Mont : i Duller an...

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. — 14 June 1918

TheEveninKCurrent H. K. t y . I M i ' r and M:r. Fnteii'l . ond c- i t nutter lull 10. I'M", at tho post office ut Ciiil-.li,nl, New Mi-xlm, under the AH ol Man h :;. 1 s 7 H . I'ulill.ih.'l !nlt, HnntliM i'fi i'i, li) th j Cul: hud I'i inli'iK Co. Member of I he Tho A Hi.ri.ii. . lr rntltli-l In the tint! of .ill n ws to it or not nl li iv tllil lil0 til l ,1 I! piihlifltiil lii'i i i n A mm l.lll'll 11 fs4, I'll .' K i t I ' lll I - tle lot 1 1' il III Ic.l ll-ipMti'liiM riiillti"! ' rioiljto llir I'H.ll ne w ! IiKim ou Mi Attn Abot.il hy urprio her ' niiin) trlieiu! l.i it th'iilay ly 140 'Ini! to Uovw.ll with Mr. Pre Tlih-pi' nitllni; muiiliil at "I o'rlurk 11 ml iiiiiiu on to 1 1. ! r home in I in itio. N. M. .Ml;- Alia was ii li.i 1 unlit joum: lady, oiy one know 1 in: lii-i liked Ji-f. she tiin.iht m Ininl MeMil tillilrt nt tin -', eh HiVer fX'liiinl. 'Mr, TliUpi'll Iiii Into In MIII'IIHT, 1 .1 citit li'tnun or Mkii Miimlltii: II. 1. life. i: ' Ultllii; to o In 1 , W.1I1 h wU...

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