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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 15 November 1918

M.mcii:i). Word received by relatives In Carlsbad, announces the marriage or Libert Ted ford who left here last June, to Minn. Murel Sellers, November Xth, at Chlckasha, Okla. .5 11. No paitlculais are klvcn, but tne many I Hernia of "Ted" lu this city join in best wishes for himself nod bride for a Mufe and prosper on oyuKP over life's tempestuous ea. The yonnn folk will beln their married lile in Oklahoma City where Mi. Tc.lfo.d lias u position with the lloiite 5ar;iy.e. Mm)' cess nttenil them I the wish of the Current. 3 AT THE FOR GINGHAMS AT OTHER SPECIALS on Odd 4 I 1 Sacrificed Prices IM I I i:zt Ills taki: l nuw mijxico io.v5 u:ttsoH IH-. J. W. Kerr Cnited States'Vr iny Hurceon assisted the Mute board of health thla week Issued a Statement showing that I ). peo ple have been claimed by the iitilu etua In New Mexico in I that 15,265 eases hate developed in the at ate. Though the crest of the cpi.temli ban appacntly been passed in thi plate Taos county in shouthi; an Increase ...

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. — 16 November 1918

He Evikg Ctfratt VOL. 2 NO. IK I. CAItLHHAD, XKW MEXICO, 8.Vnitl.Y, XOV. HI. 101H. .".M Year, llOc. Month. .V. Cop ALL TROOPS IN U. GERMAN REVOLU- S. TO BE DE MOBILIZED AT ONCE TIONISTS HUN SINK ILSAGE LORRAINE BELGIANS OCCUPY nrmn nnni in rn our EJ mm Wi BRUSSELS si WARSHP Oy Assoclatel Press. Washington, Nov. 1 . Orders Is sued today by General March an nounced for the gradual demobili sation of all troop now In this country. j The demobilization will be In I the -following order: " j Development battalions number-( Ipk 71 comprising 08,000 men.' conscientious objectors to war not tinder at rent, rpruce productions; laborers, divisional central training school for officers with some modi fications of I'nlted Htates guards, numbering 135,000 men, railway Oy Associated Tress. Heme, Nov. Ifi. The German i warship, Wiesbaden, refused to snr ! render to the revolutionists and tiled to escape to neutral waters. It was pursued and torpedoed by revolutionary battleships and the entire cre...

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. — 16 November 1918

RIMC NOTICK If the stub of the ticket tire received from Hope In time today, the cur donated by L. M. Arthur to the lied Cross will be raffled ofl at the picture show tonight. Should the atubs not be received In time a later date wllbe aet for the drawing. In the mean time, ticket are still on tale at most of the business house. ROADS IN SHAPE FOR WINTER County Ajccnt A. Z. Smith ana Dock Vent returned yeaterday from the Jim Simpson ranch at Chalk Uluff. east of Artesla, where they m-int In herln the work of Drain NMd fer Impreved HiQhwaya TnitidwK Kllllnar. They have taken o- Ytii Will Be Oreaur Than Ever I r a atrln about five milea wld Before In History. I and extending from Clalk inufi to Carlabad. for their next venture, Hlirhwar iircrarfdncN for next win I and at which they will begin work tr la almost ft negligible quantity In Monday. They are meeting with n.n .!). knu t.,i ii i . p w I exeellen t aucce everywhere and d economic importance will demand h ?!k "1111? '"S'l J? th...

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. — 16 November 1918

HATVRDAT, NOV. 1, H!. LOCAL NEWS ' The local editor of the Current in Indebted to J. Floyd Hart for ome beautiful chrysaothemuns which she found lying on her ta ble In the office thla morning. They re fine specimens of this most beautiful of all fall flowers, and ttie liberality of Mr. alid Mri. Hart It greatly appreciated. TO OUR CUSTOMERS i FOR SALE. Household rnl tere of all kinds and ohlckens. ltOcttf M. V. WALTWKS. Nri. Den Stetson seenis to be getttlng better at thla time, altho till confined to her bed, she ku been for sixteen days. May he soon recover la the wish of hev frienda, her sunny preeoce being greatly mlaaed. Owen Pearse came home last Bight from Marchall Cal., where he Marshall, California, where be aaa completed a course In the raldo department of the U. S. A. He has been granted n eight days fourlough and will then return to Marshall preparatory to being as signed to work at some other place known at present. I Mrs. Alice Patterson returned yesterday from a four ...

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. — 16 November 1918

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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 November 1918

Evemm YOL. 2, NO. 184.. CAItLSllAD, NKW MliXICO. MOMlAV, NOV.. 18, 1018. WOO Yenr, OOc. Month. V. I TIEe G Allies Receive Warm Welcome IntoLorraine GREATEST SURRENDER OF NAVAL FORCES i HISTORY Dy Associated Press. Wit I tlx French Army In Lor raine, Nov. 18. The Flinch inntlt their first entry Into recovered Lor raine toilHy. They were received by loud nrrlatniH on the part of the population. The honor of lead ing the advance fell to the Moroc can division, InrludlnK the famous toiciKn legion. Soldiers of the legion wore their decorations, which were the high est arc;i"ed. any unit of the French army dining the war. The Rtrects were tilled .before the troops came Into night nnd when the head of the column appeared, with General Dogan In the lead, It wim received with shout of Joy. The popula- ily Associated Prcs. With the American Army In Lorraine, Nov. 17.- Duly tomor row morning the Acmricau army'H advance toward the Ithine v ill be rcHtimed und another big sliii on the load towar...

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 November 1918

Living Room Camp Travis Hostess House, San Antonio Conducted by Young Women's Christian Association British Pilot Gets Lost Behind German Lines. AttLE SAVED BY AIM'S DAiilllG SEES HON TRG9PS MASSING Files Through Mselstrem of 8hrapnel and Csrrles Information to Hesd quarters Action la Taken at Onct . and Tide of Battle le Turned In France'a Favor Machine le Wreck ed Where He Lande In Shell Hole. A nrlllnh Hint, flylnj In France from one airdrome to nnothrr, wm the last machine of n flight of Ave which struck across country nnl noon nflerward rnn I tit clouds. He lost Ight of the other machines. Ifa looked around mil saw several Mack .specks. Thinking they wire hi companions he turned round nnd flew toward them. Whin he drew neer they 1IvpI, firing their machine runs, lie fled. Ilia compass showed thnt he wns flying ennt away from his own lines. He flow on fr W minutes, hotly pur sued, nnd nt last outdistanced the Germ una. Not knowing lie was well over German occupied territory, he ...

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 November 1918

mm TML KVCrtlNO CtlUUi.VIK MONDAY, NOV. Iff, lOtR. tu wiwwiww LOCAL NEWS A vrry helpful Horvlce waa,held at the Methodist church Sunday jnornlng, J. V. Zimmerman having charge. An excellent talk on pray er was given followed by brief re maiks from Julne I). (. (iranthum nd W. 1 Mudgett, the pastor of the chuifh being unable io be pre eut because of illness in his fam ily. A ImihI iHHH mertliiK of the littwarrifl of tho church will b held tonlht at 7:30 and a full at tendance is desired and requested at that time. U. H. WeaUier Forest Cailsbad. N. M., Nov. To night and Tuesday Increasing cloud iness, with rain north portion; TueHudy warmer. ,Ilen Oalther, of Monument, was registered ut it tocil hotel over Sunday. C 0. Williams, refrlgeialor man. left thin mo in I it, for points In Texas, where he will visit awhile with friends, later going to New Orleans and probably front there to Central America. lie has re ceived some fluttering off r , to put In refrigerating plants In' t avion p...

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 November 1918

THREE YANKEES : Will HIGH HONOR I,- pcccratcd As Chevalier of Legion of Honor by French. SHOW NERVE AND DARiHG Lieutenant Dender Facea Hun Barrage to Discover Whether Germans Were Hurling Qaa Sheila Captain Cook, ' Wounded, Leada Hla Men for Two Houra Under Heavy Fire Cay. glll'a Heroic Deed. It took nerve nnd plenty of It to perform tlx feat Unit won Second X.I4-11 1 t un 11 1 Linnlcl V. Itcndcr, one of tlio Hist decorations ns Chevalier of the Ieglon of Honor awarded an American tiy the French. llendcr was gas officer of a battalion during the heavy fighting In tho Forest de Heti, on the Martin front, on July 18. The Germans were laying over n terrlllc iMtmhiirdmciil. There wan a Suspicion tliut tin torrent of hint) ex plosives from the enemy's guns con tolncd a I ho 11 mixture of gait shells. Thick smoke filled ihe forest, neutral tcliiK any odor I hut might hnve eman ated from poisonous shells. Situation la Dangerous. The Kit nation whs extremely dan gerous, llendcr volunteered ...

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 November 1918

Eveikig; Currant - - - - -r- - . - '"' !'3 m - C.lltLK!lAl, NICW MISXICO. Tli:sil.Y, NOV. I, HUM. .V00 Year, tOc. Month, ftc Doyy, VOL. 2, NO. IH3. UARTER HILUONSBOLSIIEVIKI SOL RUMORS RETURN PRESENCE OF WIL TONS OF FOOD ONDIERS RESUME 'AT WAY TO AUSTRIA TACKS iT-Of KAISER TO GER- A GAIN ST MANY CREATES A SON IN EUROPE, IS ABSOLUTELY By Associated Press. New York, Nov. 19. Approxi mately n quarter of a million ton of food stuff from the I'nlted Stale Tor the relief of civilian population of AOtrla I now under way to that country, It was learn ed today. Uy Associated Tres. Rrusxels, Nov. 10. Adolphe Max, the hurgnmnster of Rrussels, ha returned from captivity nnd wn riven an enthusiastic ovation by the population of that city. YANKS IN RUSSIA STIR IN LONDON! ESSENTIAL Tarls, Nov. lf. Two hundred person were killed by an explo sion at Wahn, southenst of Cologne, Germany, according to reports re ceived here today. Archangel, Nov. 13 - Rolshevlkl force hae resumed their nttnek ncnlnxt 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. — 19 November 1918

PIGEONS MIGHTY FACTORS 111 WAR PLENTY TO DO AND EVERYBODY DOING IT tiV-V 0f.: r Trained Birds Save Hundreds of Lives. ii! Viuih ; 1 : 1 1 U if tlif fH CHANGE COURSE OF BATTLES i X - a 1 U '.l-:;ri! i - n Thousands of Plgeont Art Fighting In Their Dumb Way at Valiantly at tht Men in the Line Ply Through Shell Fire Carrying Mettagea That May Mean Succeta or Fallurt In an Operation. Cut i you Imagine? n mnn'H life being saved by ii pigeon? Or, run you Imagine the liven of hundred of Inen being saved, nut the course of n battle being changed hy a pigeon? Such thing nre happening dully on tho grest front where tho Oermiin trmy It slowly, hut surely, being beaten hack. Thousand of pigeon are fighting In their dumb way as valiantly nm the men In the line, their battle for the Hi lled cause. Ilundredx urv giving tip their live. They fly through shell fire. through the smoke and din of battle, carry lux message that may mean suc cess or failure In an operation. Tele phone J I net limy be bro...

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 November 1918

TOJl KVSftMCJ CtlUUw.n, Tt'KHDAV, NOV. 19, IftM. LOCAL NEWS G. M. Whltead this week pur chased the old Fitthuxb Marshall place In La Huerta. This Includes five-room house and about eigh teen acre of ground eight acres of which In In alfalfa. The terms of aale are not made public. Judge Armstrong and t). Jack son have returned from their hunt in the Ouadalupes with the usual good time story and a deer apiece to tlielr credit. Rev. F. W. Pratt. If. I. Ilraden and T. C. Home were In the low v valley yesterday In the Inter est of the war fund drive. Minn Maryetta Hudlburgh re sumed her work aa teacher of the primary grades In Carlsbad Span-Ian-American school, after a leng thy siege with Influenza. Special Insurance Adjuster Wil son, of Denver, Is In town looking after the adjustment of the loss sustained by Win, Young In the fire of Saturday. The Hie occur ted eitity Saturday morning but the cause Is unknown. An insurance of about $1000.0') was carried on the house and contents which 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. — 19 November 1918

J i YAtlK INFANTRY 1 ! IS HELPED BY Aid BARRAGE low-Flying Planes Assist In Gen eral Pershing's Advance. rOE IS HARASSED AT NIGHT lermao Aviation Squadrons Broken Up and Notable Victories Won by Individual American Flyers In Pairs, Singly And In Groups They Fought and Vanquished German Formations of From Nlns to Twenty-Three Planes, Ixw-fl.lrnr nlrphinox have been tisod y the American In the advance now h progress to cover tin forwnnl move bent of the Infantry ly laying down OiHt mnountcd to it barrage. Of ton he n tutor hnve flown as low ns l.VJ felt. There lint been Mme notable air fighting, wltli numbers of victories n orcd by id Aiim i U huh. Among tlii'HO tiny be mentioned .n" liy Lieutenant llonvir, who brought down a mono jihino near Slvry, while Lieutenant White Attacked two Fokkcrs In quick fcui'd-ftf-lnii, bringing down one at M"iitfiin'(ii n in I the other to the oust Of that place. I.lcntcnuut ltucklcy nnd Lieutenant Curtis pit ii Kuinplcr biplane neur llrlult'ri, mid Li...

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 November 1918

veiling LHirent VOL. 2, XO. Iftfl. CAItl.SllAll. Xi;V MC.XICO, IDMSIIW, NOV. Sto, HMN 20 GERMAN SUBSjGENERAL ADVANCE UKRANIAN GOV- .YMI Ycr. . Month. ft. i4f ir wii.soN tkkn miiiu.k or i r.iiu;ir, hamii. SURRENDERED OF EXPRESS RATE! ERMMENT FALLS Uy Associated Press. London, Nov. 20.- -Twenty i r man niihiiiH rlnM wt're toiluy sur rendered to Hear Admit al Trl whltlc, 20 miles ofr Harwich at sunrise thin inoininK, according to PIPMH association dispatches. These are the Hint P-hoat.. to be turned over hy tinman)'. Ad miral Trlwhltte received the mu under n hoard his I l.i I p. The surrendered siihiinit Incs will proceed to Harwich In cmuik' of t ! i 1 f own crews. The U-hoata will then bo hoarded hy llrltlsh cicwh and after lnspe lions proceed to Parkeslon Quay. The tJermutis will leave the suhmiii Iiicm there mid board transports Tor return to tjer niany. Twenty additional suhina rlne will he surrendered Th ii iHil.iy nnd twenty rune Friday. Ily Asaoclated Pres. Washington. Nov. 20...

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 November 1918

' '""!!. II mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm THAN KM1I VINO PROCLAMATION. Ur the State of A been war, their Governor of the New Mexico A PROCLAMATION During the period of the Ameri can Revolutionary war, eight spe clal thanksgiving days were observ ed, In recognition of signal vic tories by the Colonial patriot army or la k I v I n K open cxptcssioti of gratitude to Divine I'rmldence for ttn wondrous deliverance from de structive defeat. ' Our uiarti'd and yet Immortal President l.inroln flint appointed the last Thursday In Not ember uh TIIANKtfClVINtl DAY. In this good year, I'JlK, the peo ple of the :-'late f New Mexico re joice In greater cause for thanks giving to tin- C.od of our Father than ever yet li a h blessed His and ll.eir children. sudden victorloim peace ha conquered out of the world began hy tyrants, to txtend system over all nations and all people. Fiom Hiicli dire calamity. tin (Deal Hod, our Kim.. Iihs delivered im hy 111 righteous might, ho that fiee government, under law, ha bee...

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. — 20 November 1918

WKDNKNDAT, NOV. 20. IfHft LOCAL NEWS Mra. William Hannah and baby, Margaret, are apendlng Hip week with Mlaa Hltrtirock. below town. Mr. Hitchcock la In Texu and the Indira arc holding down the ranch during hla nbaerfce. Word cornea from the aehool ut Otla of u reduced enrollment ow ing to the fuct that a number of the children are out picking cotton. The health situation la much Im proved und the flu aeema to him been entirely dumped out. A "Community Social," with a abort pi oki am, will be held at the OUm hchoolhoiiHe the lilklit of the t'Jth of thin month. All patron or the Hchool and nil other interest ed are cordially Invited and will receive u hearty welcome on that ocr-aaion. Mra. J. II. Leek announces u meeting of the ladled aid society of the Itaptlxt church, ut the home of Mra. I,. 11. I la) en, to morrow afternoon ut 2:. 10 o'clock. Tbla Will be the flint meeting to be held alnce the epidemic and a full attendance la r iueted by the preaident. Charles Orchard Hmlth, atat...

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. — 20 November 1918

FRENCH BOY IS EE W 1. ? IL LF Lf I L Y M V JT L - - - . - jr m mr.hr or tr mr w rr r hrurur REAL WAR HERO Icars Excruciating Pain Without Word of Complaint. N WHEN YOU DELAY N LEG BOISE IS SNAPPED OFF Heven-YearOld Youth l Hit by D.- patch Rider on Motorcycle Not a Cry Out ef Him ai Automobile Dahe Over Rough Roada to Take . Him to Hoapltah Example of Hun Savagery In Dcmblng of Commercy. Hp In only eleven year old but the Ititlrc ball!. . Id- i.i i;iiii.i.- Ii ic full Ill to produce II Htflrel' Ihto. I mine nrrovM Mm the oilier 1n y falls mi my way to Saint Mlhlel, lur tut w hich I not lent ii crowd In the oinl near 1'iijrny ur Mt iii'. A ilonch oy Hepped from i ho crowd nnd topped our car, piiylng that nn, liiii-rlnin motorcycle dispatch rider In do truck n (MM ami broken liN lcjr. Ho alo explained Unit the rider hud liiKtaliicd n dislocated shoulder. Thrro were no hospitals (.r il'ietor m t!o town, ti wo Mopped nuil I told lin thi I . It. I. would tuko Mm hack lO Toill to the llOp...

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. — 21 November 1918

C lie Eveismas i i VOL. S, NO. !M7 CAULSIUD. .i;V MliXIL'O, TIH'ltNDAY, NOV. 21, 101 $.1.00 Year, GOo. Month. (V. pj 1 ALLIES PROTEST GERMAN FLEET IHUNS RETREATING BOLSHEVIKI DOC- TO HOLLAND Hy Aniodatcd I'rcaa I'hiIk, Nov. 21. -The allied gov ernments have derided to nend uii ofTlciul protest to the Hutch govern incnt ncalnxt tli violation of Hol land' neutrality bh tin- renult of her i mitting Herman troop to crown the province of Limbing In their ret rent from Helgliim, accord ing to the Fche lo Tail. The Scout?, hotli troops, are ar ranging to observe the Sunday ev ening r.rter Thanknglviim an church night, and tliey havn the spcrlal Intercut of dedicating their service fiin. Further announcement will he given later. For the present week Troop Two will meet Friday evening at 7 o'c lock In the I'rcshv terlan chapel. Troop Dm' will meet Saturday evening with Mr. I'urdy In his stoic. SURRENDERED iN DISORDER lotulon, Nov. IE I . The (irrnwui fleet, s H'Hfleil in I lie terino of the ...

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. — 21 November 1918

commission i:iw nun i:i:i)i(is. IJH IT It K mITmIJ Kit KM, that nn On 7th day of October, A. M., 1918, the Hoard of County Com missioner of Lddy rounty, New Mexico, met In regular session at which meeting tti" following pro ceed! ok were had: Present: Mr. L. A. SwUMit. Chairman. Mr. It. D. Itruce, Commlxxloncr from Mistikt No. :i. Mr. CI. K, Mann. Commission! r fioui District No. 2, J. N. llf'Witt, Sheriff. M. M. .IrfkMiti, Count Chrk. It In moved and carried that the election proclamation submitted ' tho Cleik be nrul the same I hereby approved and ordered pub lished in I Iio Carlsbad Current and the Artesi Advocate for two Miccosslve Imkuch which election plot tarnation I an follow: lli.ctioix ri(M i.m .vnox. My thu ltMrl of Count) Conioil-.. dmicr nl liihly Count), New Mexico. Who an, by Section l!77 of tin New Mexico Statute,,, Codlflc.it ion of I'Jir,, It Is made (he duty of thy Hoard of County Coiumlsxion crs of each county, In the State of New Mexico to proclaim the election ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 21 November 1918

V. TltriWDAV, NOV. 31, 101 LOCAL NEWS Edward Duran, of Hope In til at the Anderson aanltarlum, whore be was brouxht the first of the week. Altho Buffering from a bad cade of pneumonia the change or hla recovery are excellant. Ham Moxkln. of I,ake Arthur, rented the J. F. Wnllare place in !a IIuertA and moved hi family time. arriving lat night, Mr. Moskln ia In the hide and Junk business and expects to make this city hla home. J. Y. Harrington, the eighteen year old son of Mr. and Mrs. C. N. HarrluRton, was taken suddenly 111 last night and la a very Kirk hoy thla morning. The nature or his III neaa haa not yet been determined. The Prcshytetius at morning worship next Sabbath will ol. nerve the ordinance of the Lord' Supper, following the session ir Sabbath school ut ten o'clock, and the appeal la for the aMeud.UK. or all at both aervlcen. Kvcning worship will be omitted. Hafarlna Uuiiiom, the little girl who wan so seriously burned about a month ago, in the villain of S.m Joho, died...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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