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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 14 June 1918

thk hvkmxci cuitunxT, i judaic, jitni: 11, ioik. LOCAL NEWS I .en May, of morning. Jal, In In town this M. C. Ptewart Is back from a bUslnesn 1 1 1 1 to the northern part of the stab. John I.orton. a brother of James Lorton, deceased, accompanied the remains of his brother to Carlsbad, from I!l I'frt and In Mill In the city. TtXTXT er.. U. Hardin anl family spent the night In town from their ranch but vorf prrpiiiln? to stmt on tho re ttirit trip ut an early hour this inornlnp. ""N will 1'ni.lv nrconinnnlcd his son. Edward, to El I'ao. where, th latter hopes to be accepted for tho U. S. navy. Mr. Purdy expects to remain In the Pan city over Sunday, returning Monday night. llert Rawlins malo application last nlel.t for a position In the , military band now being orcanlrcd Nal Wnxahnchle. Texas. Mr. Raw lins plays several band Instruments well br.t excels on the has born. Messrs. Tracy. Poorc, Crnltr. R. I). Pulllam, of Dayton, and W. P. McLcnathcn leave tonight In the Craig ear for !...

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. — 14 June 1918

n MIL 11 FOR SATURDAY MOW t DAY June 15th and -17th ALL FANCY SILKS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES ALL LADIES SILK DRESSES AT A DISCOUNT OF 33 PER CENT ALL LADIES . HATS ' $2.50 AND S1.00 ONE LOT LADIES SILK HOSE, FANCY AT $1.00 Co ercantile WHERE THINGS AUK NEW" BUY WAR S AVINGS STAMPS sufficient for . his support, nor nfeans for n fair, honcftt, and reputable liveli hood, but whenever It wttnll be es tablished hy th proof Hn any pro section under this ordinance, that the defendant ha been ' guilty of wandcrlnc or strolling about In Idleness, or IhlnK In Idleness, and Ik able to work, or that Bitch defendent In leadlnK nn Idle, Im moral, or profligate life, and that Mich defendant In nble to work; or that the defendant being able to work, loaf, loiter, or idle In the place named In Section t of thl Ordinance, or that such de fendant I able and doe irot work, but hire out hi minor children, or allow them to hire out, then, or In either of uch event, a prima facie case of Rtillt I here by...

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. — 15 June 1918

mwm xiwrn nn-iinrr-i-T Hie C VOI,. 2, NO. 52. CAItl,KliAI. NKW MUXIIX), SA1TIIDA Y, JIM! 15, 1IM. j OVER 800,000 ,. TROOPS NOW IN FRANCE Dy Associated Tress. Washington, June IS. American troopa already sent to France now number more than eight hundred thousand Chief of Staff March an nounced today, and the number be ing transported la limited only by the capacity of chips available. "And we will continue to ship them along this line," Oen. March added. This figure Includes all branches of the service which go to make up a complete army. Constant new combatant units ate needed to meet the German drives. General March said the four Ger man drives recently were "all part of a common scheme of offensives" lTp to this time the evtenloti of the alllej front f'om llhclm to the a reached 62 miles and to hold the added line additional troops were necessary. Gen. March nam, "It Is obvious that the obJMtlvo tr the German advance was first the . capture of channel ports which would make It nec...

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. — 15 June 1918

TheEveningCurrcnt H. I.. Ferry, Ildltor and Mgr. Kntered a second tlim matter April 1. 1 T 1 7 . at the pout office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Published dally, 8undii)fl excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Co. Mewibr or The .k Inleri Fret. The AnHociatd Press la exclusive If entitled to the use for republican tlon of all news dlspatchra credited to It or not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news published herein. FOOD ADMINISTRA TION ALLOWS THE WHEAT TO REMAIN IN PECOS VALLEY matlon I enclose a copy of the mill voluntary agreement. You may be mire It la not my Intention to embarrass the Carlsbad project. Youra very truly, (Hlifnfd) l. F. 1'IAZZKK. Alien!. V. H. Food Administration. A fine piece of work lias J tint been completed by the Kddy Coun ty Council of Defense In regard to the local flour situation. Tlx (J rain Corporation of the Food Ad tuiaUtratlon haa been shown that Ita mlea regarding shipment ef wfcele wheat out of the coun...

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. — 15 June 1918

TlfB EVRMXd CURRENT. HATUKDAT. JVSU IB, r I iuI tint Horn Junior auccedlng year would b consider ably lessened. All these consideration led the The girls belonging to Mlsa Eddy County Council of Defens Mildred Tate's Sunday School clans to art. with the pleasing results ,of the Methodlat Sunday School, shore enumerated. It is not to ,wlth real praiseworthy seal and much to believe that the strung industry, have organised a sewing representations made by the Eddy, class County Council assisted Mr. Ely In his work with the Clrwln Cofr" tlon at New York City. A member of the Council of Defense Is also a member of the The clasa which Is composed of jr. I rl about twelve years of age, meets at the home of the teacher ewrh Thursday afternoon and en- gages In fancy work of someklnd. Agrlcultursl Committee of the! Yesterday the girls hemstitched WAU KAVINOH DAT MtiKTINClM. Carlsbad Commercial Club, and the assistance of that body was alM enlisted) In the effort to keep the wheat in the hand...

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. — 15 June 1918

MRS. LILLIAN PURDY The officer! and degree team of the Woodman Circle have accepted an Imitation from the Circle at Artesla to put on the Initiatory work at that place. Accordingly, about twenty-five or thirty will leave In private curs for that city Monday evening. They will put on the full floor work and return the same night. RED CROSS WORKER OUR WORK STICKS r : V-. i. X' t .."'"X ,1: . . - y : ps ! ; ; - . .... '; Cailsbnd wan visited by the woist nand storm which haa been exper ienced for over a year, Thursday niKht at !:30. The storm came with almost no warning and for a time threatened to be quite seilous. The crowd at the alrdome, who were enjoying "Hdlthaa nurglar", hastily made track for their re spective homes, not waiting; for the naval reel which the nary recruit ing officer waa Intending to put on at the close of the other show. Home limbs were blown from the trees, but so far as we have been able to learn, no further damage was done. War Joint hand of t'stisdlsn and A...

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. — 17 June 1918

MMmmm-mvt ngmmtM wwinwMt mi i mmm mi ill Evening ClET11L VOL. 2, NO. 53. CAIILSI1AD, NEW MEXICO, .MONDAY, JfMJ 17, 1018. fS.OO Year, 00f. Month, 5c Copy, 60 DIVISIONS AREIAUSTRIANS GAIN- USED IN ATTACK AGAINST ITALIANS By Aaaoclated rreaa. ILonif. June Ifi. The altuatlon today on the Italian front In Its! entirety seems to be very renaaur Ing to the alllea. It In Hated In a semi-official note. It wan added that the areat battle which broke out Saturday, has but only begun. Although havlna the atrength of sixty dlvlalona, the enemy attacking forreii were tinaucceaaful In paaaln the Italian advanced area at any point. VIENNA CLAIMS Tty Aaaoclated Preaa. London, June 17. Auatro-Hun-Karian preaaure contlnuea atronK along the entire Italian front, aaya a aeml-offlclal Rome dlapifch. The enemy la concentrating it moat powerful attacka aatrlde the ilver Ttrenta and acroaa the IMave. A Man Ilrltlah army officer with the nrltiah army in Italy told Neuter's rorreapondent that' the enemy hn 1 ...

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. — 17 June 1918

ThaEvcningCurrcnt H. fu I'erry, Editor and Mgr. Kntered aa acond class matter April 16, 1917, at the post office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Published J nally, Hundays excepted, by tho CaiUhad Printing Co. Member of Tli 1h lated Pre. The Associated Press la exclusive 1 entitled to the use for republics- tlon of all news dispatches credited director of Industrial education, Professor John Milne superinten dent Albuquerque City schools. The full list of lecturers Is not yet complete, only one being dfin- itley chosen: Dr. Phillips, of Den ver. Indications point to a very In- terestlng session, although the shortest In the history of the county. War Saving Moclety (ilvee tliiter talnmeiit V. A. I'oore In In receipt of a litter which shows that the thrift to It or not otherwise credited In idea is growing everywhere even in this paper and also the local news out of the way communities. In vumianea nerein. answering the missive Mr. I'oore I advised the purcha...

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. — 17 June 1918

Tins EVENING CITIUUCNT, MONDAY, JUNE IT, 191. LOCAL NEWS V Miss Mae Mlddleton spent Sat urday and Sunday at Artesla, visiting friends. Paul A ren. cattleman, Is la today rrom hi ranch In the mountains on business. . coomimiK hoy mauimkh. F. T. Cook, the Irving ra 111 man, la In town today, looking after business In hla line. Attorney Epstein, of Rnswcll came down from there Saturday to attend to legal matters. J. Snethen Ferry, an old-time Coolldge boy, but now of Carls bad, New Mexico, and Miss Myranda Capps, of Longvlew, Texas, were married Tuesday, June 11, at 9 A. M. at the home of the bride. Although this la a surprise to many friends In Cool ldge, this announcement la the culmination of many year's acquaintance. They are now vlaltlnK at the Meeting floe, at lUptUt Church. Ret. Itr T. Peel -preached -- a powerful sermon on the "Wrath of nod." last night at the naptlst church, after which the meetings were brought to a close. The church was filled to overflowing, other churches ...

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. — 17 June 1918

A LKTTKIl OF AtTKIXIATION. HELP ( 6 STOP r ' THIS 1 X & KEEP HIM. OUT of AMERICA National War Savlnco Committoo ThU aoac contributed for tt.o Winning of the War hj THE EVENING CURRENT out ;m)d nm:is. The editor of the Mutual Mrs tenser, a new paper published at Clot In, which In the official organ of the New Mexico Mutual Life and Aid Association, haa a nice little notice of appreciation of Iteverend Sellarda and family which the Cur rent takea pleaaure In copying, CarlNhad people will he clad to know that Iteverend and Mia. Sel larda are appreciated by othera, aa well aa ouraelvea: "A dreary, deaolat world thla would be, without frletida, the real, geaulne article. Deprive me of all utf frlenda and I would eay: let e so to hades or even Germany at once. ".Some veeia ajto I ' had tbe privilege of upending a day or ao la 'that dellahtful "city of treea", Carlsbad, down In the far-famed IVcoa valley. Kvery minute of my tay waa enjoyed to the fullest. The pleasure waa heltchtened' ...

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. — 18 June 1918

ill veims: QHnnremfc J. .' .' VOU 2, NO. 60. CMtl-SMAI), .KV MKXICO, Tl'F.SDAY, IVSK I. 10IH. (5.00 Year, 00c. Month, ftc. Copy. ALLIED LINES HOLD AMERICANS KNOCK! FRAUD FOUND AUSTRIANUS HELD TO SLIGHT GAIN AGAINST ASSAULT OUT HUN SUB IN CONTRACTS 7 I i 1 1 13y Associated rress. Holding their lines Intact abn lrtun1ty all nf the ninety mil tattle from, from the Adriatic to the Aslao plateau, th Italian and Hied armlet appear to have Riven the enemy a aerloua setback. Approximately i million Aiti I ans were hurled against the Italian front, but have Rained lltMe ex cept alonic the I'lave river, where their progress seemlnKly has heen too alow to be threatening to the allied poaltlona. lessen are de clared to be frightful which was Inflicted upon the Austrian. In the mountain country where the Iirltlsh are holding their posi tions, lolldly thousands of the enemy perlahed, while they paid heavily for every foot they ad vanced alonic the Have. In the Montello area on the upper I'lave th...

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. — 18 June 1918

ThcEvcningCurrcnt H. I.. Ferry, i:lltor and Mgr. Kntered as second class matter April l, 1 f 1 7. at the pout office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Art of March .1, 1879. Published 1 dally, .Sundays excepted, by the; CarUhad Filming Co. Mcmlirr of The ,mn luted Frc. The AsoHated Frcsa In exclusive ly entitled to the use for rcpr.hllra tloti of all new dinpAtrhca credited to it or not otherwise credited la thin paper and also the local newe published herein. WAMIIMilON MIFS. The prompt disiulsaul of the pioM-cutioiiH utleinpted by the war board of Otero county siikkcsIs that iu all probability the com I wan right and thut no grounds for the action existed. The fact thut all the men proceeded akalnst were republican la unfortunate, and it Kite an opening for a charge of political peisrcution. We urge up on the local boards the importance of not acting too hastily in these matters, aa here were three cases In a tow In which prominent repub llcaoa were accused of trying to evade a c...

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. — 18 June 1918

THE LVLNI.VO CURRENT Tl'UHDAY, JUNE 1, 1918. LOCAL NEWS II. K. Eggleston, of Roswell, I a business visitor to the city beauti ful today. Dr. VV C. Do.a, of Artesla, was down from there yesterday on vet erinary business. Mlsfl Haael Fleming la spending a few daya In Carlsbad rrom her home In the lower valley. Marriage license waa Issued yes terday to Sllverlo C. Murllo and Hist Nabarrcte, both of Loving. Itupert Exell la In town from his ranch near Angeles, Texas, today, coming up from there last night. Mrs. Kira Hartshorne came In yesterday from a visit to relative! snd friends In Ardmore, Oklahoma. Henry Mltchel left today for Toyah. Texas.wheie he expects to locate, hla relatives living near there. ? lloston Witt and Miss Marian left this morning for their ranch home after trasssctlng business In town a few daya. Mr. and Mrs. Holly Reneon. Mrs. Robert II reed Inn and the Misses Margaret. Elisabeth and Iur Ureeding are spending the day al the Henson ranch. Caspar Fosmatk and wife 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. — 18 June 1918

iti;ui;mti; lhttkh hiom KdEiDIKll. HELP 7 ) i STOW V & : THIS ) BUfW on J-wne 23 & KEEP HIM. O UT of AME RICA National War Savings Commlttoo Tfcl soaca contributed for tha Winn In of the War ky THE EVENING CURRENT rrirnii commy - Professor V. T. Conway, nuper Intendenl or the and (iiila clubs for New Mexico, came Mom tfanta Fe, Saturday and dan turn ) with the work yesterday und today. Hf. ia company with County Agent Smith und Mia. V v 111 ii n - l ii. kin spent yesterday In the lower tslley. A very good meeting waa held at Loving. Mr. Conway dem onstrating various matters to the aaturactlon or the boya and girla present, No meeting waa held at Malaga, tut Mia. Wllllama. who oaa charge of the work at th.t place, loaded her ear full of boya ad girls aod came up to the Meeting at !ovlag. The prlncl Pl work 4eae waa la trailing what Is known ua a demount ration team, giving the lioya and Kit la the proper Instruction no that they I umjr iiriniMiairuie me Tr;. ne I vanone dlvlM...

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. — 19 June 1918

mis .Cranpeufc VOI 2, so. o. CA1U,SIIAI, Ni:V MKXICO, VI:I)M:h1Y, JUNK tn, 10IH. HS.OO Year. OOc. Month, fl. Copy. ENEMY OFFENSIVE1 AUSTRIANS BE- PLANS FOR MEN WILL BE FOURTH LOAN! PUT IN CLASS 1 IS STOPPED COME WEARY UllQ Standing firmly In-fore the war stricken city of llhelnr. the French have checked the new (Set-man drive launched last night, five day aMer the offensive of the Montdldler Noyon line came to halt. In the fighting the actual hat- Vienna pre Upfront ha heen extei.ded tn a from Zurich Lly Associated Pre. Washington. June lit. - The Au trlau giave food situation coupled with the apparent failure of the new offensive against Italy, I" re cplving pessimistic comment In the An official dispatch quote the Athiter point Ave mile cathedral city. Fierce attack are beh,g made Austrian to overcome Italian southeast of lhe;Zeltung of Vienna, an savhu, "The altuatlon will he still more serlou by In Vienna when a sanguinary uc-re- feat of the Imperial force on the Dy Associated 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. — 19 June 1918

TEiEveningCurrent 8. I.. IVrir, lldltor and Mgr. Kntered un second clans matter April 1ft, 1!17. at the pout ofTlce at Carlahad. New Meilco, under the Act of Marrh 3. 1879. Published daily, HundM)H ereptcd, by the CaiUbad I't IntlriK Co. Mrtufn-r of The Amh luted Pre. TIi AanocUted J'ifhH Ih exclusive ly entitled to the nxe lor npuMltu tiou of mII newi diHptttt hea credltert to It or not olherwlne credited la tbl paper and alno tliv local newa published herein. I I, IMMI CHI ITKMs. Wm. II. Mullane came down last I night from 'lis ranch In the inolin- In ln. He recently diove a bunch of cattle up there, grass being bet ter there than almost any place In that section of the country, which has made tint grasa green. lie put out n lot of stock water, and made the grass green. Mr. Mill- liine will return Immediately to the lunch, coming later on for Mra. Mullane nml Mary, and the family expects to remain theie for the summer. Dudley I'ssety la hnvlnc a fine time at Viol. Oklahoma, where ...

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. — 19 June 1918

THE VI-XI NO CCTtr.RNT, WIIDNL'SDAY, .JUNK 10, lot. LOCAL NEWS iTr i&awjU' SHt r.' ? ri Wit "ViLfa. - tl.H , j Photographer liaker la tn town today from Iloswell on business! matters. . ji Henry Dultnan wi in from the! ranch yesterday and p-ut the L.J night In town. Francis Orovea spent a day or two In Iloswell this week, going up Funday night. I). R. Harkey will ship nine cars of rattle from tied Muff tomorrow to points In Oklahoma. Miss Flemmlng left for her w home! 1 1 i at Loving this morning after a ytay with friends in Carlsbad. Mrs. L. II. Paden was relieved of a troublesome pair of tonsils at a local physician's office this week. Pumper Ih VUtllltlea well. been III. but I hllllp. at the Public west of town, has la better at this writ Inc. Tom Gray and W. J. flarber, who are old-time cattlemen, are In from their respective ranches today. Clarence Pell left for Iloswell Bunday night and went from there to Fl Paso, where he Is transacting business. William Ramus was a passe...

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. — 19 June 1918

Old Days of Free lUnjce Have Crept llnck and A. IC V. Cattle .May lt Kern In Kverjr restore. . ' ; HELP f (J ' THES ) 28 & KEEP HIM. OUT of AMERICA National War 8avlnjo Committeo TkU tote contributed for th Winning of the V THE EVENING CURRENT IMtOI KKsoK (OWVAI slit ati:k. UKMON. Tli 1 1 1 pioiis, old ami .vonug, if in attendance, ut the demoli sh at iou inert in; conducted by 1'iof. V. T. Conway ut t lit High school building iciiu) atter noon. 'I'll IcSSOHS Wele intensely plHC- 1 it'ii I 1'iofcssor Conwu) taught the bos mitl girls assembled how to cmii bean, tomatoes, carrot, plums, spinach mikI other ally garden tuff. Tlii explanations weif given In terms ho simple that any child could understand and remember A home-made rnnner was used. Mr. Con wry iceognied the difficul ty of nee ii i Inn high-priced equip ment. The members of the various boys tod glrle clubs present ate full of enthusiasm thut spell success and need th proper cncnuragmeBt to help thi'in In their work. Aa a...

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. — 20 June 1918

He 'Everalfflg irirM ciiiiii). m:v .mlxiuo. tiiuhhimy, juni: seo. ss.Yoo Year, 00c. Month. fi. Copy. OL. 2, NO. At. AUSTRIA-HUNGARY IN UPROAR AT MASSES CRY FOR IIAUANS DRIVE REDUCTION OF NATION'S BREAD PEACE GETS RESULTS It t By Associated Amsterdam, dispatrhea to nay that a ration In caused -throughout 77 l June 20.- A'lenna t.erman newspapera reduction of the bread Austrla-llunKary has immense f ncttftnnt j the dual monarchy. All j Austrian newapapera protest against I the measure and demand Ita re-, moval and ask Immediate help from (lermany and Hungary. London, June 2.- Serious rlot In k broke nut at Vienna yesterday, any an Kxrhage Telegraph dls patrli r l (Mil Amsterdam. The aniy, mob broke Into a number nf bak- ! etiea, atoned the resilience of the Premier and alao one of the whins , of the llapshurx palace. The message add that cavalry be-; Inx rushed to the rapltal to re- j at ore order. It la probable, it waa alated. that mattial law will be proclaimed. The riotlnK l pro t...

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. — 20 June 1918

ThiEvcningCurrcnt P. I. Pcriy, Kdltor and Mgr. IJntered a second dtti matter April 18. 1917, at the pout office at Cailsbad, New Mexico, under th Art of Mauli 3. 1879. Published dally, Sunday excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Co. Mcmlter r Tlii AftHorUtcd Pre. The Assiwialed Press I exclusive ly entitled to the use for lepubllca tlon of all new dispatches r rd I ten to It or lint otherwise credited In thl paper arid also the local newa published herein. Tin newsdealci of Ciitlxhail have f u 1 1 ri In line with those ol Santa Fe, .New Mexico, and, with many eastern and extreme western cities. In refusing to handle any of the Hearst publications, be cause of the pro-ltcrman editorial contained In Home of the maazinea, und also because of the owners well-known Cerman sympathies. The publication llnded to have been among the betst sellers here In Carlsbad and our newsdealer are to he cougiatulated on their patilotlc action. The publications tabooed are: Hearst's Magazine, Cosmopolitan,...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
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