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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 1 June 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT t VOL. I. NO. 41. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY. JUNK 1, 1917. 15.00 Year, 60r. Month, If. Copy. MANY ARRESTS FOR CONSPIRACY RUSSIANS PURPOSE lAUSTRIANS TRY TO LY IMPAIRJNDUSTRY! REGAIN POSITIONS AUSTRIAN WORKMFN PORT 0 - wm - w w W mw mmm W ' w F NFW YORK Hy Associsted Press. Vsashington, June I .--With only Mp days more before the draft rcg W rmtlon day the department of jun tice has planned to exert every en ergy to quell ant eoMeriptton agita tion which already has resulted in many arrests in various rltlea. Hy Associated Press. Kansas City, June I.- Twelve out spoken objectors U the conscription law in Kansas ( ity and suiiuunding territory awakened behind prison liars this morning charged with MM spirary against the government. In cluded among those held are two wo men, Mm. Leonora Warner Moore and I)r Kva Hardin?. I London, .lime I. Strikes to pura i li.e production were derided upon in a hundred ami twenty of the largest I factories in I'etroirrud which ar...

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. — 1 June 1917

r THE EVENING CURRENT, FRIDAY, JUNE I. 1917. IteEveningCurrent 1 Wm II Mullsne f t ' and M i mmnimm hates. 4 K year in advance 5.00 4 i months i advance u 00 ir month, in advance .to mpli" copies j06 Entered s second-class matter April 11, 1917, nt the pout office t c arlsbad, New Mexico under the Act .: Match iH7i." Published daily. Sundays excepted, bj th Carlsbad Printing Company. OUR FLAG DON'T WORRY YOUR I.IKE AWAY THE SE SUMMER HAYS OVER A HOT STOVE, (JET A CLARK JEWEL OIL STOVE, and forget your Kitchen worries. 11 ua dhow you why a CLAM JEWEL ll b-tlr. jllOIL STOVES Hi( m mud i on sm, mimtn Ml to tin TOT ' VKIi ! Httl Ox ViWWTmI Hl&H SHfU nsf wriw, nut J JHtAVY CUSS TKK 1 OIL sumv ALWAYS is, viru BAIL rod CARRYING PORCELAIN tNAHUtD HOODS Lifts chimvky orr THF. WICK WILL PURDY W W WWWW WW WW WWW W WW WW W. r. T. U. PROGRAM, The W. 0, T. U. will meet at the homo of Mm. Alta Wright Tuesday afternoon Juno Ii at It o'clock. All wishing conveyance should meet at the Methodiat 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. — 1 June 1917

TnH EVENING CURRENT. FRIDAY. JUNE I. IMf. LOCAL NEWS (irammnr has horn in town few day thii work. ('has. I.aasetter who has boon very ill with measles is reported much m proved today. John Hartshorn und family are moving to the ranch farm down the . Iley today to upend thr summer. 'J-.it Shattuck and cousins, O.-ear Ml, tlewloton, und Johnnie Clark i .wn, coming down with Hit air in cattle. Dave Clements ami family were in from their ranch yesterday trading and looking after things in genital. Joe Plowman und rum the (iuaditlupc i mi- day Victor I nude sheep ranch, in Wednesday and arc here to- AaaiiUnt county agent Buvena is Tom Bingham and family dotal some cluh work tmong the lovington, arc in town today ana gins oi ine project me lost few days of thin week. Mm. I, I). At wood and Mm. Dr. J. O. (ireenlaw, of Artcsla, came thin afternoon and will lie the guests of Mi and Mrs. S. I. Roberts. from' Will lisumbach slipped In some way yesterday while loading wind mill and hurt In bark...

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. — 1 June 1917

THR EVENING CURRENT, FRIDAY, JUNE 1. ItlT. Extra Special BEGINNING SATURDAY We offer any ladies hat for $5.00 SPEGIAL LOT AT $2.50 For Quick Selling We Will Have MANY SPECIAL FEATURES SA TURD A Y and MONDA Y From 3 to U P. M. Monday We Will Have Some Extraordinary Specials ONE HOUR ONLY- Joyce-Pruit Go. We Want Your Trade YOU MUST REGISTER! SEVEN POINTS ABOUT REGISTRATION ; Tliere ia only ONE day for rcRietratinn, June B, 1917. I Every male resident of (tie United Suited who baa reach, hit twenty-hrst and hut not reached bit thirty-flrtt birthday Ml -reflate? on the -lav act, June fl, 1917. The only ciceptiona are off; em nnil mliettd men of the rogulur armv, the navy, the mariu . COfpa ami the imtional jpiard anrl naval nii'litin while in the eervtiv ' of the united State nnd nt'lrera ir the oftiecrt' reeerve oorpanl ; enliatetj men In Ilia f nliatoil reserve corpt while in active aerviee Rewlltr n la distinct from .Iraft. No matter elain you htva for ricmption, you must rafiattti ...

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. — 2 June 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT VOL. I. NO. 42 CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY JUNK 2. 1917 I5.C0 Year. 80c. Month, 5c (' Extensive Celebration Planned for June 5th NUMEROUS CITIES IN STATE , TELEGRAPH BI6 TIMES SET FOR REGISTRATION DAY The full. ..i in- tclcirrnm WM rccciv-' this morning fiom the Council of !' fense at Santa Kp: Santa !' (i, H1T Tin- largest iind livcst cities in New Mexico practically have mm pletcd th-i r plan.-- to Make Registra tion Day, Juno Mh MM tut will be ramamband in t h- annals of itatc ami nation, according to telegraph and telephone raportl that were re reived up to rridev niiflit liy the Council of Defense. Preparation! in clude definite arrangements for speeches to lie made by Nl)W Mexico orators, patriotic airs to ba played liy regimental :uul other bands, while thousands of patriotic men and wom en, lioth young and old, will lie in the parades. The Council of Defense hai spared no effort to got New Mex kM ready to acquit ItM If with high honors on the day Uncle...

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. — 2 June 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. SATURDAY, JUNE 2. 1917. TREvening Current 1 Win. H Milliard KHitor and Manag. t SI ' HSt KIITION It TES. On- year in advance 16.00 B months in ailmn r TOO a? month, in udvanre .60 mple copies .Oa Entered an second class niBttfr April Hi, 1017. nt the post office at ' air i .ii.l New Mexico under tlic Act f March :i. 1K7U." I'tihlinhnd daily, Sunday excepted. Iy the Carlsbad ' Printing- Company. OUR FLAG DON'T WORST YOUR UPI AWAY THE SE SUMMER DAYS OVER A HOT STOVE, GET A CLARK JEWEL OH. S TO V L, and forget your Kitchen worries. Ui u show you why a CLAW JEWEL in better. JHftOIL STOVES MilCrl SPlfO u'L MiNINf, W.KSfKS j l LOSt 111 till 10t' Mail ! tun ON vmui i 111 III mm ( CtMIKQMK,'. .ap-P LaHfaiBBjaBaij C P-l. r- HluH SH1LT tlNt WARMING PLACf HUVi GU5J TANK OIL SUtTlV AL1 IN VltW BAIL f OR CARRYING pORCUAIN f NAMLLID HOODS Inw siiiir LosrsiisT tor COWMV. iTfNSIU Lifts chimney THE WICK WILL PURDY dh A afc A saVst) A A A A A A A A AAA A AAA AAA 4 WW WWWWWW WW WW...

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. — 2 June 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, SATURDAY, JUNE 2. II7 , Extra Specials MONDAY 3 to 4 P. M. NO PHONE ORDERS Joyce-Pruit Co. WE WANT YOUR TRADE" D. W. Murphy, drainage MftlMtr, I We are phased to report that our hat been here n few days looking i good friend. A .1 M over the drainage problem, Hort Sands, so we were informed by Mr. Sprung, in now located in Kl Paso drawing more compensation and performing less toil than he whs cnl led on to perform while in Phoenix Bert's many Carlsbad friends rejoin' at his promotion. MM sufficiently from his reeent ill MM to lie nlile to greet old friends on the Dttlfl hotel gallery in hi huI cordial way. si k in dayi ol yof, .lames Isaacs, fro.T Knowles, took passngc on the soiun hound train for El PUO this morning to join Uncle Sum', regular.1. Jamen in a 'rood scout and we hid him (iod speed in his loyalty to our nation. TURNER NASH. K. Webster in up from his farm toduy and ha some samples of wheat heads. I'rom the trend of the conversation one decides the w...

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. — 2 June 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, SATURDAY. JUNE 2, 1M7. America to Her Allies 'ft iverM lay atftlllni tn a tfrfltm Until tha flrvminlns kuhr, tha atuuka from burn, i. k cltlM filllagful InWM, Upon tii iwp of tiattolta bfoha ut wa, pin - had trawn ihi mil Of all lha ..hi into it hanfl Cnfualo( i.i tUBhl Will In iiiir lotl! w (,.., i piny .1,,. natural' a " Tli nrutml I purl full aaon k 11 w Tim k.ilarr'a Ultimata daVtCt vorl4 fiHi altar, ha thi artaai, i - i .i' i ha ai rtfiral Our drami i n1 loo, ii.tv wokwi fn BtrUM wllti ki M i ' faith m i aowar In liMur of iha htghaal rauaa That avar vrffttaiiad Mataf) a hatif; Our aftfftoa ib iha rrylni finv On wina pf hn uneartHMi fliai.i a m oui intiat full f atai By our on wara i l tit' i Th Iruma rouaad btujtai i uw TH Ola f laatln) - Tho f'lll ilr l"t. r i U ilaya la your hi laaV I youra ut iitin Kama in s Vi.ra u.tm Girls M j . : , Own Draaaaa. Sioux I .'My, In I Ugh achool ttr ol i iii. Hi) ii u rlralvDlun and Mklni t u-ir i n rtroajaei if i at vlng ...

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 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT VOL. I. NO. 13. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO. MONDAY. JI NK I. IHI7. ,N Vcsr, HOr. Month. Ni 0 1VIEN CALLED WIAY GO IN TRAINING BY SEPTEMBER FIRST REVOLUTIONS A It I COWMAN ARRESTED El WORK IN PETROGRAD By Associated Pnol, Petrograd, Jun 4. Ballon from the Knintii'ii garrison which recent Jy declared Its Independent of thr Central government, arrived at Pel rnjrrad anil will immediately land mi'n ami a demonitratloiii h was reported that thr xailnrs attack ed (iutuyeff, an island port of I'etro- itmd, hut this proved false. Potngrad waited fur three demon--t rations by the Kronatadt smrahlps and as t h- time passed with no such Incident, tha sailors announced that it was regarded by som as Idle talk only to ranaa excitement In thr city. FOR MURDER MEN WHO REGISTER rVAY BE I NOTIFIED IN TWO WEEKS, I IF THEY ARE TO SERVE By A - ioi lated Press, Kl Paso, June I -l Coggin, a cat tleman, with ranches in New Mexico and Texas, arrived here today charg ed with the murder of Thom...

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 1917

t. THE EVENING CURRENT. MONDAY. JUNE 4. 1917. ThE vening Current Wm. II. Mullanr Editor and Manager RUMCMPTIOM K ATES, year in advance S.OO 4 month in advance I 00 i month, in advance .10 mple copies .0I Entered an second-class matter April 10, 1917, at the potl office at Carlsbad. New Mexico under the Act f March I, IH79." Published daily. Sundays excepted, liy the Carlsbad Frinting Company. OUR FLAG i Colonel Wm H. Mullane, edl i tor if the Current, accompanied by Mr. Muiian- mid daughteri Mary, jiikj Mas tMla (lltt, left for I'reseott, Artaonn, - i morning for a I th's viail They motored to Van Horn, Te,i. fur a brief vl it with Jim Mullane, tii.' i iilonvl'n son, who editor of 'he Viin Horn Advocate Prom there they wm go hy ea . elngos to Arltona, This ) tin hrst 1 vacation the edltoi of the Currant I has had in three yeari, SO none of nur readers will envy hit brief respite uh be is exceedingly truck ore, in-. ide hi, lamp- have become some- what dim from viewing the horoaeope ...

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 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, MONDAY. JUNE . 117. LOCAL NEWS I J. Todd d elivered a five passen ger Overland to A C Hill, the Har ' dwsrc merchant at Loving, .Saturday. Mrs. Sadie Cheatem camp in Sat urday evening from Oak Grove, In, where she hail lieen visiting and has accepted a petition ax stenographer fur the firm of Dow and Livingston, attorneys. Horn: This morning at 4 o'clock waa born to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence lliftchins, at their home in Ni lluerta, n younR eight pound ion. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones un happy over the arrival of a boy baby who rime to gladden their hearts and home thia morning. J. R Camplirll, a traveling man from St. Louis, was in our city last night on his way to El I'aso and a number of Arizona and Southern New Mexico points to attend to some important business matters. Hob Huniick returned Saturday night from the great plums country where he apent several days last week taking orders fur Dele, light plants. He aucceedod in dtlBOtillf f fourteen plants. Among the pu...

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 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. MONDAY. JUKI 4 1917. h a SERVICE FOR ALL. MANY SIOUX ARE READY TO SERVE IN THE WAP Now In South Dakota's Nationa Guard. Indians Await the Call to Arms. AriMiiK llMi Ktilllll I :t kol n rolunteol taoopa nd iiaihuinl guardamea win 111H.V m hi in i up 1 1. hii' several Mom Indiana 'i Una ihi warwhonp of (ho Himiv among ilia most fernou of iiiiiimi warrl ra will there la every 1 n " 1 1 m f I 1 1 l.i' hi inl In duo nun' along the battle Hoe in Prance in tin- Rapid iiy companj of tbi lift 1 1 mi i k 1 1 ii 1 1 1 lire in 'iv I bin it aeon it Mow from lb Pine Rldga in i Rneehud reeervatlona, nml the Plerr companj a Ian baa . iiirni. I Mum I i demonatrato.i that when led by white mi'ii In I hey have full I'onflili ii . thn average Hbmi Indian win light as vn limit I v and iierelateotly n mi) bra vi Ban Repnrta from the rarloua Worn res I ervathuu .if smith ihK..ih are in Ibi 1 fhYrt i bin if i be government waota i tbrlr sort i . H i Rlnlll warrior aim.. I i read i'. nr...

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 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT VOL. 1, NO. 44. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, TCESBAY. JUNK S, 1917. $.V(M) Year, 60c. Month, It, ( npj. MILLIONS OF CITIZENS RESPOND 10 COUNTRY'S CALL Tremendous Spirit of Patriotism Shown by Eagerness of Men Registering Today in Every Portion of United States-Army Men Say 500,000 May Begin Training by Septmber I Roar of Battle Grows Louderon Every Front PREPARATIONS FOR BIG AND BLOODY FI6HT ARE NOW ALMOST COMPLETE By Associated I'rw . Pctrograd. June 5, The council of soldiers and workmen in a statement to the Socialist and central fcdcra tion trad) unions would appoint a peace commission to lead the war. All the familial signs which heralds a great offensive urn reported from the I'.r.ti.ii front. Tin- French at ev- rry point are t nguged ' a resump tion of the fighting on a great scale, On Um western front the thundei of the Hntish guns is increasing day by day, while trench raids and othtf feinting for position multiply. Re peated announcement are being made of trem...

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 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. TUESDAY, JUNE 5. Itl7. Tp M was a time in thr history of ny BiIsVCIllI15rfUrTCllljnll(j,,n, W,en they were more united Win H Mullane Editor and Manager I "" to'-' VMM RUTHIN KATES. Qi year in advance $S.0O t month in advance 3 00 ie month, in advance. .i0 mple copies .0. Entered as second-clan matter Itlon seems t.i be fliiKirint; somewhat April l, IPI7, at the pout office at Carlsbad, New Mexico under the Act of March 3, 1878." I'uhlished di! . Sundays excepted, liy the Carlsbad Printing Company. The Home DtMfdl hud their weeklv grad. Iiul this proved false BWhjaa I drill as usual last night. The intar- aft in Ulia very important organi.n DUTCH LOAN WON i FREEDOM IN 1781 OUR FLAG L at pflUBl It la to hi hoped that the j Interaat will ba revived thai wan ex hlbited in the bnglnalng of this nova merit. Of eoufaa sunn: little incri- lice of time and comfort will he ' required, still in all seriousness softie must of necessity do more than Others if our safi'ty js ...

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 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, TVMOAY, JUNK II7. The many friends of Mrs. R. g old reliable. Uncle Snm Pigfnrd, leatherman, in this city, who have 1 everybody's friend, wh in, we have heard of her serious illness, will be known for mom than th.rtv yesrs, Klad to know she ia recovering nice-! nd we saw him put to the test time ly. Mrs.- Leatherman and little nnd again and never found him want- J. I). Dillyhunt y , from the point of slaughter are with Mrs. Kuasell Our-, inir. la in the ritv after nn shasnna ! inrji wm I i mini i i j the mountains, was lor yesterday. a Carlsbad visi- -Aleck Reed took passage on the --ih bound train for the enterpris ing city of Malaga to attend to some business of importance. Captain Lenau was in town yester day and seems to have about recov ered from his rewnt injury, nt uny rnte, he is side to walk around again. '4. rill, Mrs. lestherman's al Vsn Horn, Texas. REGISTRATION DAY mother, of three months to the Livingston ranrh thirty mile. southeast of the city, w...

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 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 117. m , I o l SERVICE FOR ALL. MOMUITO NETS IN WAK. Centred For eOO.OOO V-Hi tl a No' valu F.m Nnrwaik. "tin i in difference bt twet-u i-lil in I pn-eehl day un til iids of going P "in is Mill Ihgl) lllllll ITBIi'il hy mi "till r I i " turd III cot ton netting n ' i 1 1 limn tlir mil rniiK'iii In ii i i u.iii.k ill-IP Tin nutting win Imi i i - i" protect from inowiultnca Ihe array and navy forces latloneil In warm t'llmatea TUe netting Will cue! II. gi. eminent bout IMmhw i i i rnta-e it iu i- in ntunl lurgi 1,1 ml tin- fir lot) ruu tweul) four Iiiiiii a iim Mi mi doing ii u hoped in omplete ii-i' unlet b Septeuilel near TON OF POTATOES BY MAIL. Divided lno Small Pacha,! and Thug Sent -wai(l Othelll. Wash A lllli i.f potStOeB lajfked III fort l kBgee, We received by II. .1 Tltun In I In- mall re entlj Tbe shipment linn- from Marengo, mill the total iiiiiik'i- i- 121 nit Till- onlgi "l -.f tl .i-tiif'.i ! pott taaatnr nl Mai ng-. Tin- i-ttl v be...

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 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT Aid SUM). NEW MEXICO, WBDNttDAY, JI NK 6. 1917 $."..00 Year, 0c. Month. Sc. (op?. VOL. 1. NO. 45. SHOTS FIRED FROM U. S. STEAMER UPSET GERMAN SUB Million Men Needed Out of First Selection REGISTRATION RENDERS AVAIL ABLE 6REAT RESERVE OF AMERICAN SOLOIERS By Associated Press. Washington, June 8. Million of Americans of military age are regis tered for military service in th war againi.t Germany. In every state in the union reports fium polling place to whirh some ten millions of young men marchisl yesterday to raaord their name WWM being assembled for t ransrnission lO the wur department. TlM next step ii the government's plan will I t h- lalMtluil of thouc slio actually are to ':ir arms from others who rif ift-r ami will be per mitted to remain ut home hecausi of dependents and Ut work on firm or in fa.n..o . It is now estimated that there will lie above a million men who have registered from Which If make the flint selection. It was an nounced today that a milli...

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 1917

t. THE EVENING CURRENT. WEDNESDAY. Jl'NE 6. 117. I I 1 t l IteEveningCurrent Wm. H. Mullnnc Editor and Mannsr. r HVMCMPT10N hates. if year In advance !i.00 tf month in .U:n: . 3.00 W month, in advance .HO mple topic .0 Entered an second-claim matter April Hi. 1917, at the poit office at Carlsbad, New Mexico under the Act of March I, IH79." Published daily, Sundays excepted, by the Cnrlsbad Printing Company. OUR FLAG the aid of the. proa registration would only have boon made possible in many months hence. It ia not our Intention to mhstmiss the work done liy nth. r business men, still it can I"' truthfully Mid thut no single indus try hua liven mure hi'lpful U the gov eminent than the newspapers which gave invaluable timi- and space tree of ebnr0 to the nation and will re spond iii the future us cheerfully a they have in the pa.-t t' succor our leli. veil land whuncvcr opportunity presents itself. MAY HARVEST FISH An alarm of lire wan turned in from the K. T. Cartor residence at 11 ...

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 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. WEDNESDAY, JUNE e. 1917 LOCAL NEWS 1 J. L. Williams, the merchant from Malaga, is in town today. Richard .Smith, wife and three boy are in town from their ranch home! ut Moiely. Mm. Tom Woodi is asaisting as saleslady in the. Peoples dry good store thin week. I tank Stetson : in town from his ranch twenty-4xc southwest of town. today miles I.'-'- Middleton, of Queen, in a via itor in -i r i this morning, com ing down from the mountains with l.cwi Means In the mail car. Tom Runyati was a pleasant caller Charley Crammer, the goat man I at the Current office this afternoon. tm the Cuadalupes, is among the Horn in the city this morning Charlce Ward has moved his fam ily from their ranch into the Butcher Tom has been in our city for sev eral days taking in the sights and greeting old friends. Will McBride, the jolly plainsman residence on North Canyon .street. : from hw ranch at tavington, arrived la the city ye.-trrdny with his family Mrs. Livingston, Miss Nettie Sm...

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 1917

Til P. EVENING CURRENT. WEDNESDAY, JUNE . 1I7. Peoples Mercantile New Goods Being Shown Today A line of Wash Silk Shirt Waists in rt r violet, flesh, light blue, and Nile J KiJ green, selling at One assortment of Crepe de Chine Waists, all colors, selling at . . PJmtJJ Handsome Georgette Neckwear Ladies' Fancy Silk Hosiery Fancy Beads Peoples Mercantile tlon of new word, should nc? yet have bit Hi-. ii any generally popular term for Hienisclves st present they are airmen, not IgPiMag or Vv pl lots or my of iha otfcw fancy lurnee which eertaln Ingenious peraoi.. at tempt to foist iin them. CLAIMS IN MEXICO American Citizens Seek Damages Aggi egating S475.000.000. PILING UP PAST TWO YEARS. Mesice Will Readily Obtain Loan Through Influence ef Thla Govern mant at Ssan aa Invsttigatione by Ambassador ' Itl Satiaty P-,i. dant Stable Government Eaiate. Washington. Claims against tbr Mexican guvcniruciit fnM American cltiMn for loan of lletB and property amount to NTSvOMMKIO, and those of f...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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