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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 26 May 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT VOL 1, NO. 36 -J ARI.SRAD. NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY, NAT 2fi. 1917. A,H War. Mr. Month, .Ir. ( ofj. 26 KILLED, 1 75 JlRED-ffllNS RAID ENGLISH COAST England's Enemy Sends Huge Airship Fleet Across Waters on Most Destructive Visit Yet Made on Shores of Great Britian--Three Aeroplanes Hit bv Anti-Aircraft Guns. German Spies Report Arrival of Destroyers OPINION IS THAT GERMANY COULD HAVE MINED ROUTE TAKEN BY DESTROYERS KANSAS KILLS SIXTEEN ORNADO By Associated Press. Wahim.-ton. May M, An official mvestiirotion is under My to uncover whether the Irak on the .-ailing of :h" AnMricaa destroyers to the m mi was on this side of the Atlantic or whether (icrmnn spies got it In ru' lantl. Admini) Sims ha positively reported that the ;, rman admiralty knew of the departure of the ships iind reported the arrival four day ahead of time. They could Rave m!n d the path of the destroyers. By Associated Press. Wienita, KanMUi May M South I Central Kansas is recovering from the ravages...

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. — 26 May 1917

THF F.VENIM. ri'RRENT. BATUBDAV, MAY tt. IW- TkEvening Current Vm. H Malign Bdltoi and Manager M il.-. RIPTIOM N M i s. 0 't m advanci GO P . FT) on tit - Hi advance 1 ii" p month, in advance ,M . ro ( 1 i epif ii holered as e. oml . lass matter April 10, l!H7, at the post office a' ' Carlsbad. New Mexico under the A ft of Mai ii :t. IK7" " I'ublltbrd da.;.. , Sundays excepted, i, the Carlsbad rrint-nir Company OUR FLAG BIG 4 mi i; m. low i:s OF roll U CKNTR. Hit K All rMsDseab: AlblHUenUe made ding to Ike. cltj long est child' hones in crumble and fall in litMfhod a- white i liny, in their illvine II r. . i tin In i city to mo I Hi van' peal, in t h:r i it ,fi. i lloit pll , thai will tin- VllUflU lly will .in.l la chalk, '. inn m . ulom, derided 'titer..-?- of ttir nitutfnHni in The men that W liml liy rutting down expenses an an able to Mil you four nig loaves of quality bread for M cent made from the very best Kansa flour and by a skilled workman of long prac tice This liread is...

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. — 26 May 1917

THE EVKNIWr. CURRENT, IATUMMT, MAY 20. mi LOCAL NEWS Uncle Clsbe Merchant look passage C, E. Artebuan, of El Paso, wan a via the Santa ft thin morning for his Carlsbad guest yeiterdny evening; on home at Abilene, Texan, after visiting ' hip way to Clovin and ollwr New in our rity for 11 number of ilaa. Mexico ' points. ' Toflfelmire rambled in from Lovington, the cueen city of thc plains, last luifht for a abort vacn-' tion under his own vine ami H tree.' W. A. Einlay returned yesterday afternoon on the south bound pas enger for a short visit at home, com ing from McMillan. Six car loads of cuttle were unload ed and fed at the slock pen last night. They left for northern points this morning at SlM, Mallard and Armstrong owned some of the cattle ami some came from Arizona owners unknown to us. Very Rev Rudolph llonner, who Is here on a visit from Cincinnati. Ohio, rather (Jilbert will leave for Koswell tonight to assist in the dedication of St, Peter's Catholic church in th IV cos va...

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. — 26 May 1917

1 kt v- tviv.- . innffKT KATIIRDAY. MAY 26. Itl7. 1 " i i .(.(J ewmtary r-ani.. ...n: " 4 "II ba BOM Hi rarMM gf the t'ntt- I Mi Ml I i.. i ha I , ui.nl mm. 11 , I II ' . ll. , -I HI!' I -. " . nur of agitata Ik e It Ibfl other roiihtrlen m an wiiii firrmaay ibtl ii nmw th f. II inn i-irmnloto protee Mir own coast ami territorial riir rmnt Tft TinilT nun nrdnnvrnc I I m u 1 : w row. 1 nnitw Nil IN UK) If!' ' i . i l iii iii i ii ii i i i.uif hi - ' VJ 11 II I LI I ILL Ullll v. Othrri to Follow at Soon at It Ii Deemed Wiic toSend Hum From Our Own Shorei Arroii the Ocean 1 i 000 . rpHK llrwl i" '-1 '' I Hi anil Heel IHH a . L Thf neat trim, ooatroyrn inn ..rlil.. .,f tin i Mi. ei' nun ' rew s. am ibe tirm - "" '"' fttatea iikm to i ii in artl operation! agalnei ih'e miiea plmten noo ro goavming tnrv Knirland awl Praam hj mil "i I ill f 1 'aden angaria attomtuni m enter allied porta TIM fit i Hihi tuir nr toeaola, man ned hy ..in nwn nmtbeci and anna, ar a tii.K ibe North t r"t- gUmpee...

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. — 28 May 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT I. NO. .17. CARLSBAD, NKW MEXICO, MOMY. MAY 28. 1917. IV on tear. ftiV Mnrth. b. (WV HEINE STORMS 00 DAMAGE IN SEVEN STATES Tornadoes Kill Nearly 250 People, Injure 1200, Render Homeless Thousands, and Destroy Millions of Dollars Worth of Property--Reported to be Worst Ever Known 00,000 AMERICANS GERMANS LAUNCH ON SOIL OF FRANCE By V "oeiate .1 PlWIi ol.ndon. May An official state ment says that counting the Amcri miiH now serving in thr Hrltlith and French armies, anil additional units ordered to Frame, thorp will surely bi a hundred thousand American in France. The statement says thirty live hundred war uirplunes will he e-nnstrurted And hix thousand uviator t rained in the United States this year. London, May M Another font in ent of A merit an medical corps has arrived here FRESH ATTACKS By Associated Press. fofil, Muy 2h. The (iei man- de livered three attack in the ' in in pagnc nKion. They also attacked in the region of ( asi)ue, th Teuton and Mont Blond. ...

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. — 28 May 1917

I. THF. EVENING CURRENT, MONDAY, MAT . Itl7. 'REveningCurrent Wro. H Hullom Ml I M . Illl ! (Ml ill 0.". Nl MM 1(111 KIN ( I t-.s C " ",,r " 1,1 ' I . months In advance i" month, in advance , tuple copies Entered hi second class matter April I'l, 1017, at post afftea Bt '.'arlshnd, N' w Mfxiio under the Ac, of Mat h It, l7!i " Published .1 , .. Sundav excepted, b) the 'ar! ! lrintini' Company BIG 4 mi it mi; I.OAVM ok l oil IS CENTS It UK AD Thff liberty loan lacks much of Wf find bjr cuttinir down expenses ire nrc ahle to sell you four big loaves f quality 'trail for 18 cents mole from tho very best Kan-as flour and, by a skilled workmah of ru; prac- tiee This bread is guaranteed to be i the bttl of any on the market. Don't i misunderstand us EVu-h and every loaf is the full fifteen cen'.j tue. hem n.s popular as was hoped for. frowdl of people are in.pecting ouri Wall Street wa- looked to for hnkery nnd congnitu'.atmi: the man uiW.OOO.OOO and it wnuld require a ,.hind the doutrh e...

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. — 28 May 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, MONDAY. MAY 28. Itl7. LOCAL NEWS .'ud Alston, frum Pearl, is in thi ef') today attending to some impor tant business matters. Genial Hot) Hunsirk returned homo I last Saturday from a boosting trip to towns along the plain mail lint. He i intimates that n part of the mad ly I M stretch of the imagination rould lie conttdtrad n ipoidway Itoston Witt was in our midst lute Saturday evening shnking hands with .Id friend and making himself agree able generally Mrs. Alvin Mitchell left un the I southbound train this morning via Pecos for Globe, Arizona, where hrr husband and brother are now employ ed. Ml IK PRICKS RAISE. Winifred Knowlcs, from the enter- A short time ago milk priees were I prising city of Monument, if here to raised on gallons from :W to :tr rent 'attend to toll business matter- and and quarts from 10 to I J 1-J cents gleet old friend. The milk producers have been com- pelled to stand a big raiee oa ted w '' BillMMi a stockman from t lo st uffs and an:...

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. — 28 May 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. MONDAY. MAY 2, ltl7. Hon. William Jennings Bryan, The Great "Commoner", and America's Most Influential Democrat, Who Will Speak Here Tonight at Chautauqua Kkf&mt W r 'N Mr -djnaanaaaiwl fit Jr am !. '. BKVAN The Hon Win .i Bryan, who is today acknowledged the grvatest onto of all lime, will appear at the chautauqua tonight, Hi- ii without ucs. turn Amerira'a greatest privsts ritisen and la known anil appreciated by every mani woman and child In tin' I tnitvd Hiatal for his reform- and ad eanced thinking In A rlcan politica Hi mbjacl tonlitht will lie "Funda- mental," and ;i rousing and enthusiastic, old faahlonad Democratic lima ih aaxiouily expected by the people of out city ami country. Hi' will alia pur thr government'! rlewi in regard in war. THE MAN WHO CAUSED WOOD ROW WILSON TO BE ELECT ED OUR PRESIDENT -M Jenningi Bryan was bom In Ralem, lllini. Match 19, ih;o and ' ' Ml BOJfll I days M his father' fnrm doing chorea. Iliit favorite pa llmi wai rabbit ...

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. — 29 May 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT VOL. 1, NO. M. -Jt, CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO. Tl ESOAY. MAY :!. ISI7 J". t'U rar. K0. Month. V. Copy. RACE WAR IN EAST ST. LOUIS, ILL FEDERAL GRAND JURY WILL DEAL WITH PERSONS OPPOSING REGISTRATION LAW NATIONAL GUARDS CALLED TO SETTLE RIOTS A6AINST NECRO LABORERS By Associatrd Press Baet st Eouia, Illinois, May WtMi two companies of National tiuardamen patroil. ,. the streets, quirt was restored after last night's riotinir caused by attnoks of the mob upon MBJIM8. Many nrs-m, s were severely beaten liy the eflfnged pen pie. Thr trmililr wa rauaril by the importation of nrjrro laborers May r Mollman nuirl nix thousand uagrota hwn .omr into thr olty in thr luht fix weeks ami hr asked thr railroad to discontinue haulinir ncjrroes her from thr south. AD VALOREM TAX FEATURE IS VOID By Associated Press. Washington i May J'.i Another fundamental change in the war tax loll was airrrrd upon ly tin senate finance committee, which decided to sink"' out thr whole section levying...

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. — 29 May 1917

THK KVKNING CURRENT. TUMDAV, MAY 29, I1T. T&EveningCurrent Win. li Mullanr Rdltoi ind M agar NtlRM hum ion it n - C ir your in ! MM I 00 ' month 'n advance N i month, in arlvanc. ,gQ ,miie copies ') finlered as .cond class matter April Ifi, f7, l the pout office at 'arlslaid. New Mexico under '... t if Marrh 17" " PuMlihed daily, Sunday, excepted) by III Oaf! . I l'rint.ng Company OUR FLAG It I waste of limn to attempt tni mi ;i crop "f grain of any eoininod it y with a lend pencil or I y ii mm) of figure.- a all tUi'h attempt, tesu'l . unly in endleas delay anil confusion. The only sensible t hinir that ran be doTM i- tu iri to work ami mi mi l nap With thi' ftfturanCf that supply and demands will regulate the price in the end The '" Hit ti.-ver complains bout thi- price being too hiirh ; with consumer it li always too high.! j Sn Hie sensible thine to lo is to meet tin' dtltiPf of thr ilay with Confidence , ri. I he ;i surnnce that nothing but thi- sweat of our brow will earn ...

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. — 29 May 1917

P Jk THE EVENING CURRENT. TUESDAY, M A 29. Ifttf, I LOCAL NEWS Harold Hurd of Roswoll, ex-receiv-er of the III ! land office, wan in town on professional business today. Mm. Jacohson and two daughters from Arteaia arr thegucsts of the Hates while they visit friouds and mingle with the crowds that come and go attending ("hautauua. I Stevi? tWins . in the city for a few daft to regale his friends wKh hit mighty prowess as a conqueror of wild animals. John Gaithcr. from his ranch at Monument, is a Carlsbad arrival to take in the sights and lay in a supply of iiMi-jt ! lief ore they became costly. , Mrs. Reagan Middletnn and the girls also, Miss Grace Huston, from Monument, came in by auto, Thurs day, Mrs. Middletnn driving, and are spending a number of days, the guests of Mrs. Jim Tulk and daugh ter. Miss Nettie Tulk. The old Iron from the sugar beet' ALL Ql'EEN AT HESS RANCH factory, which has been such an un , happy reminder of the former glory of our city, was sold by Reman Ohnemus ...

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. — 29 May 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. Tt'KSDAY, MAY 29, 1917. i Women On the Stage Prefer GOSSARD CORSETS , mi v i K in i HUNT) And are perfection in appearance Have you seen the new models we are featuring? $2.00 up to $7.50 III illl WHITE WO I'INK JOYCE-PRUIT COMPANY WE WANT YOltt TRADE " Gov. (TT. R. Patterson, of Tennessee A Magnolia Given to Each Galler twmorrow. May 30th PEOPLES MERCANTILE GO'S. SPECIAL A Big Discount on all Millinery 33 1-3 discount on all Kimonas 1 lot Table Lace and Embroideries, values up to 15c, per yd., now 1 lot Table Laces and Embroideries, values up to 25c, now 5c 10c 7 Magnolia Given to Haeh Galler to morrow, May 30th ii ... m i m K (inventor Malcolm It. Patterson. T' urn - o's eloquent i-.l popular ivprc-entntivc, who is to speak to Carlsbad people tonight. He Ii known throughout the Unite I B total ai om of the moot a bit mm m American political Ito lure to heir Mm, RUSHING WORK ON BIG FLYING FLEET To Turn Out 3,500 Machines This Year, COFFIN HEADS THE BOARD Plan, ...

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. — 30 May 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT VOL. I. NO. 3. CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO, H KIt.NF.SI) A V. MAY .111, l17. gMl Year, Me, Month, It, fej NATIONS AT WAR FEVERISHLY PREPARE FOR BIG ORIVE France, England, Italy, Russia, Austria and Germany Cease Attacks and Work Behind Front Trenches for Bloody Carnage That Will Soon Develop and Decide Great War Memorial Day Exer- cises This Morning GERMAN EMPEROR IMPLORES r r i Russians Declare 111 m bHtAI Ulinl LARGE 6ATHERIN6 OF PATRI OTIC CITIZENS MEET TO HONOR NATION'S HEROES One of thr most imposing Oboer VMM! of the day we nil delight to honor, occurred this morning. Stores were closed, every OM turned out, put their car unit other vehicles nt the disposition of tin people, and u largo unci appreciative crowd listened to the following program given under the shade of the grand old cottonwoods on the courthouse lawn: Mti -i.- hy land under the directum of II. M Chilcuatc. Invocation by Rev. F. M Smith. Opening address, Mayor Qrantham, Music, hand. Address, C. II. ...

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. — 30 May 1917

s .... . r THE EVENING CURRENT, WEDNESDAY, MAY SO, 117. ThEvening Current Wro II Mullune Editor and Msnac r sl itsritirriON KATES. l year m MVinn th.iw fl i months m advance 't oo ie month, in udwtnre iM mpln copies M Entered us second-class matter April Hi, I'.'IT, t (he poll office '. Carlsbad. Ni'w Mexico under the Ac of Manh 8, IKT'.i" Published daily, i'' HIM Iwhw wccoptodi bv Um Carlslmdieeptlon, Printing Company, OUR FLAG mailly enthroni the ulniighty dollar. The pfohibitlofl question wa prescnt cd In a fofelbll way bringing nut the many BrUmOllU Mad on occasions of this kind tVOT since the (ireeks and, Romam wroatled with this y nest Ion moR than three thousand yours ago uniii today Inttmptrnnea ha i n the question all people In every clime have attempted to mitre and today complex m it Mil on it" ,n' it irmy Considerable criti- cism has been made of the speaker during the ehautauqua that none made I the diatinction bet ween morality and j Un' worship or (mil, a the two are ...

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. — 30 May 1917

THIS EVENING CURRENT. WEDNESDAY. MAY M. IMf, I I AA I I ftlfaij I I UjjjL ItjS 4 Mrs. T. I. I)y has bttfl spending a few days M thi- guest ,f Mrs. Moberly at (his Ira J. Stockwell, who is proprietor "f the Keith f irm, is in the valley looking after his interests. It has been a couple of yearn since he has been here. M1I.K IRICR8 RAISE. A short time ago milk prices were raited on gallons from 30 to 3fi cent and quart from 10 to II 1-2 centa. The milk producer have been com piled to stand a big ralea Ml food ' stuffs and are, therefore, charging after June 1, 40 cents for gallons, 10 ccnti for pints and II cents for quarts and II cents for half pints of cream and '!." cents for Dints. A -penal rate of 40 cents for quarts to hotels and large cream Is made. consumers of Mrs. Sam II Smith' host of friends' will lie pleaded to l;eow that she is improving every day now and they will he triad la see her mit in her car. Sum MeMahon, of trteela, p ni Tuesday in Cnrlshad, joining his sis. tor...

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. — 30 May 1917

THE l,Vh,MM. CURRENT, WEDNESDAY, MAY 30. 117. WORR1 INJUR I.IKE DON'T v vv TUB MR si MM BR DAYS oVI.it A HOT rTrOv E. 0 KT A CLARK JEWEL Oil. STOVE. and forget your hilrhn worries 11 " ' " why a CLARK JEW K.I. is heller. amoiL STOVES n I,.. .. nnn ariiv ' OIL 'ittl, III k'.IV ( LOM to mi lot IHKft 1 IMH ON VI SM i Ml Hl'iH SHtif MM r"ON, M(l 3 ( HtAV il kSJ TANK ) ; oil si mi aikvo is VII w 1 i iiiw Mini i - I I 1 CON.IMISt I OR A- I v" COOWIWi M smi V- v L'it (MiMsrv orr I Tio WKN J WILL PURDY a a aaaaaaaaa 4AAA4A. -nfX : ' i -v i- : -i n ; 4 1 11 WE 10 111 I) IIS; j 1 BOARD IS RUSHING COMPLETION I Each Vend Will Have .. Capac ity of 3,500 Tom and Br 290 Feet Uiif Will Ketp Our Allies Abroad Supplied With Food. tstimated Thai Our Shipyards Can Turn Out a Total of 200,000 Tons a Month, Suffi cient For Needs, Including Re serve Supply. TTtttttmKoa. -oOO C" RUM m s unin . i ill mill kiiIiu j rtae warfare tmij have u pieri den) after nil mi Fin a maun go. iii tn tun law i awn ni tin ma...

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. — 31 May 1917

THE EVENING CURR! VOL. I, NO. 40 CARLSBAD, NEW MBXICO. THI RSIIAY. MAY 31, 1917. I.I.IMl Year. ROe. Month. Ur. CeT. HERJANS HIT GEN. PETAIN'S LINE SMASHING BLOW French in Champagne Region Undergo Terrifying Artilley Bombardment and Are NoV rignting desperately to Hold Weakened Positions, Which Have So Far Stood EIGHTY MILLION TAX CRIME TO ADVISE Test ON CONSUMERS AGAINST CONSCRIP T Hy Associated Pium, Washington, Ma il, ru.- mat. linam-c committal haa decided to provide in the war tax hill to raise, eighty mlllloni by ronaumptlan taxee of iwr eanU par pound on coffee, live cents on ten, am half cant mi sugar three eanU on cocoa, and another im portant change agreed npon wan the olimiiiatic.ii nf the iiimnt tax of twelve per rent on war munitions which in now raising twenty-live mil-1 lion dollars f ity Associated Prase, olu minis, May Amnion llen- nces, a graduate of the Obia State University ami Albert Vatnleher, a ear builder, were arretted while die tributing entl-conocrlptton li...

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. — 31 May 1917

- THE EVENING CURRENT. THURSDAY. MAY II, ISI7. 'E.EveningCurrent W. l Mullane Editor and Hmhi! IIRHCR1PTION RATES. IK' ir in advance $6 00 i.ionth in advance 3.00 IP month, in advance .60 i.Jc -!" 05 Ktl'--ed aa second-class matter April ., 117. at the poat office at CertjMd, New Mexico under the Act if March S, WT." Publl.hed daily. SSy eirepted, by Uie Carlsbad l'ni,lii. ' Company J-, , 0(R FLAG EPsa3 b.ajaw 4 UfaQ enaWnW ' BY49KBKaLBmW ' llaaBCjWQaaw ' VaQlaLaJaV. f meant to emphasize the fact that I the dangers from nations to ua are an nothing compared to habit that nre striking at the vital of our na ! tion. We never tried to drown a durk by ring water on it hack a we are perauaded it could poesi I hly he done, still it would be fool- iih waate of time to attempt auch a ' thing. However foolish, such an ef fort might asm, still it would be the height of wisdom compared to the I conduct of any who hear the truth anr1 will not need. Now since the tiuth hns lccp presented our rc ...

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. — 31 May 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, THURSDAY. MAY SI. Itlf, LOCAL NEWS fhe Sweet Shop nwds sweet cream. Ml 76. Carl Livingston left Tuesday morn ing for Texas. He is expecting to meet his wife at Big Springs and see her aafaly home. Sonny, the little ton of Joe John and wife, U taking his turn with the maaas, Deng ill since Monday. Mm. Henry Jones returned home last night from the Parrel ranch at the head of Black river where .h. had been a a nurse for some three weeks. If. 8 Boyd returned homr yrster day afternoon via the Santn Ke from Avalon where he inspected about fif teen carload of stock for the James and Holt outfits, which was shipped farther up the line for grazing purposes. Mra. Lee Magaby age 20 died of dropsy at the Anderson Sanitarium at eleven o'clock this morning. . Har home was up in the mountains and she came here for treatment several weeks ago but despite all medical skill she passed to the great beyond this morning. She leaves a husband and one child to mourn her early de partu...

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. — 31 May 1917

TKEvenine Current i THE EVENING CURR'aYT, THURSDAY. MAY 81. UK. er "iEHE HUMMER DAYS OVF.R " MliU,,, L'Jil... .-j x - .in,, manner liasCRHTION RATKS. 'r If! irivHRM .- am I "onU ,n .dv.nr. T2 I "STOVE, GET A rfiSSS""- I , JEWEL KnlrM , . Wn worrte. LM u ahow you A" II7. .7 ,i. "V.J"'1' JEW EI, to better. OMR FL' flfl mm i L- L U ."1 "1 HU,H SHIU HNt WAHMHiC. PUt HfAV US5 TANK OIL SUPTIY Aln.VtS IS VIEW R4IL TOM CAHITlING I'OKetUIN NAHCUD H0O0S ITS (.rllMNEY Oil 3 WILL PURDY UNCLE SAM MAY IN ' the u tnb ,.5 Tbna Two Million Tool of ' it ill . ,u.Ou i "X skipping, Saitabl For Carrjr- M imm Sunnlto. I Odr Alhea ' . 3i or t .(infract)' H For ai . . , i. 1 f 7Ekhki.s aaltabl f"i Mkrri'lnii food, y IMMltlM iimi oihar attppih u our kHIi - In I . ' j i i aiprixni.iil tfag in.ir. tlion '-' ''. 'K) (on... are ldi, built or timr beeu t.tr ted Tor iti I" built in the shipyards of ibe i u tel O'atea Today lb United Pint) In do lug tii gr ''' ablpbulUllog buslne IS It blt. I T III. I If tllr r Co...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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