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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 7 June 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT Ji. 1, NO. 46. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY, JI NK 7, 1917. l.'i.OO Yrr, 6 Or. Month, 5r. Copy. FRENCH AND BR SH TROOPS MAKE MARVELOUS GAINS Germany's Veterans on Belgian Front Give Way Under Withering Attacks Launched Along Wide Front -Million Pounds of High Explosives Lift German Trenches in Air France Plans Joyous Reception to America ARRIVAL OF TRANSPORTS ANO WARSHIPS IS SI6NAL FOR NEAR ARRIVAL OF MEN By Associated Pre. Pari, June 7. I.anre American tranrnrts Containing wheat fur the American troop which are Ui come over later on crossed the Atlantic safely under the protection of Ameri can warships and are now hoing un loaded at a French port for the ex cluiiivc use of American troopa. (ireat preparations are now Mil made for the reception of American troopn ami a number of liases simi lar to those used by the British army are being Organised 0. S. WARSHIPS ON C0AST0F FRANCE By Associated Press. I'aris, June 7, -The French Mini try of Marine t iday announc...

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. — 7 June 1917

Tin: evkning current. riiiksiiAV. JUNE 7. IM7. Th.Evening Current Win. II Mullanc Editor and Manasrcr subscription hates. v Mr in advance 16.00 advutu ' advance JO .no .05 months in ie month, in mpl ipi Entered s second-class matter April 18, 1317, at the pout office at Carlsbad. New Mrxirn under the Act of March B, 1M7!." Published daily, Sunday excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Company. OUR FLAG ts "MB asange. Ii irarM rally baUavad that aweajd thr r' ranch and British troopi uoaood in breaking the German line, that from thenceforth the liom of the Central powara would he sealed. According tn all well Informad military nulhiiri tie-, the allies would lie content to set down ami rest a spell bapaUII if they ittaotad in driving the QofmaM hack on their own noil, nothing hut Wif and mire starvation await thrin, without another blow lieinK struck. The ryes of the whole worM lire now turned toward the fighting line in Krance and history la likely to be made in the next few days with t...

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. — 7 June 1917

THE EVENING CITBRENT, THURSDAY, JUNE 7. II7 LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Holly lleneon left i.xlny for n short visit with friends hi Itoswell Walter Ralph in his progressive way, initialled the pioneer steam suit pressing machine in Carlsbad yes terday, thereby being enabled to dis pone of more than doublr the work thHii formerly The Current thin murnitiK printed dainty announcement card, Mailing attention to the arrival nf Arrhui Kdwin Soladay, not ire of whose blrtih was given in the paper of the nth. instant. T. i.ong. tnc ixtot una shoe man. ( returned fro..i Pecos lant night. He 'aessr (irandi, one of the sulistan-1 intimated that it is much warmer in hal farmers of the lower valley, is in I tn'' Texas f'ty than in the capital of town to, lay I J 8. Deanng, a business man from I'olormdo Spring is registered at the Spring hotel today. Mrs. Tom Middleton hus returned to her home at Queen after a visit it the home of her friend. Mrs. K. J. Todd. The engine on the drug line of the Ib-cl...

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. — 7 June 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. THURSDAY. JUNE 7. 117. A RAILROAD ARRAY Will Build Up Lines of Traffic In France. NINE REGIMENTS CALLED. They Will 8 Pan o Rtguiar Ferca, and af Haat' i Each Ragiment Colonel Will Ba t nqmeer Officer of Army I on.truction Will Bo Main Wera. Na urii. Need tot pipprl railroad an In rfialr tin- lltiffi m Prance if mi prealnir Unit IK ItrMTtll rttll Ilea In i n arm imM i.t tin- railroad m laaird la tba vnrlinix toad of ih unify fm aaalNfnnii- in nrtfnnlitlna nine retflmrtita of rnllriNiil int-ii lo fn ni mire In FfRIH i They will ii purl nf (Of regular army, ami at Itae hand iif n-h refftnienl aa riilinn I will ha an i i r noor nflloei of tho n rm i Tin iiImum of fin hteird mil fur na J ronat mot Inn rvifjttienta, one ahop fr re pair reajtnienl mni throe iifitnitln raid mants t iun-t i m I mi. will It fin- main work ir Iba rnan ...r,t near, hul Dm re , pair mni n i n I Ii.k iiihoIx n re hiinlli ih Immediate a not Ic eenl nut by ilia rallrnailM uiir honed aaya "Ttia ...

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. — 8 June 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT VOI,. I, NO. 47. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY, JI NK 8, 1917. K..OII War. title. Month, jr. ( opy . MAI GEN D ERS NG AND STAFF ARRIVE IN BRITIS Man Who Fought on Mexican Border Welcomed by Entire English Nation 2,600 Veterans of U. S. Army All to Depart for Front and Fight Germans San Salvador Gapital Totally Destroyed JOYOUS WELCOME ACCORDED AMERICAN SOLOIERS ON STREETS OF LONDON EARTHQUAKE SWALLOWS CITY WITH POPULATION OF SIXTY THOUSAND By Associated Press. Sajaun Dtl Sur, Niu' ikiiii, .Inn 3. San Salvador, the capital of the republic of Salvador, with a popula tion of Mfl than sixty thousand soul was totully dratroyi'd SCCOrd ing to a dispatch from San ,n Salvador. No details aa to the man nor in which the ity WM destroyed has been received, but it undoubtedly was i in result of an ciirthipiuko or volcanic eruption The diapetch from Kcgucigalpa, Honduras, says thai in addition to the wiping out of San Salvador, the lOWtll of QttesaltipeqttOi Nejpa, Suchn hot",...

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. — 8 June 1917

Tfl E EVENINti ( I'KRKM. V. .11' NE , 1917. ISiEveningCurrent f Win. H. Mullanr Editor and Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES. t 16.00 .1.00 BO .or year in advance months in advance ic month, in advance mpl copies Entered as id It. matter April 16, 1917, at the pout office at1 Carlabad, New Mexico under the Act of March fl, 187!i " Published daily, j Sundays excepted, by the Ctrl id Printing Company. ? TUXES MAY BE ADJUSTED. OUR FURNITURE MUST l BE SOLD T THE EARLIEST POSSIBLE DATE. COME TO THE BAP TIST PABSOMAOE AMD look AT BOMS real bargains. HOOK CAM, DIMMi TABLE AM) CHAIRS. LIBRARY TABLE, ROCK EM, ETC. ALL IN TEAT DUEAELE FUMED OAE I II I IHIN'I I, ROW III. I' OUR FLAG unity f put ( Having hud a mpl,' opportunity by dally and almost hourly contact urith the ofncers ind mi n composing the company t" judife sinners acting In 'injunction with the assessor tt this time io make every aujusimeni mai is proper IWIBins oi the contended question of total f mpartlally, th Current desires in lief ...

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. — 8 June 1917

LOCAL NEWS f 4 l THB EVEN I Nr. CUBRRNT. I HII U. JUNE 8. Itl7. The Hoy Scouts will return tomor- J row from their wwk'i camp on Black ' W. I. Koswell river uml HMD look out fur stories "when we were camping". of Mallard was yesterday. in town from Henry Hamilton from his ranch ii- Uuadalupes, ix in town today The ladies have taken up the packet Aork in connection with the surgical isjaHings. 'Ut Bettll und Mr. and Mr. pjf. Swift are in from the II ranch Joday, expecting to return there Oils' ruing. S. ('. Carr is 1111 arrival in t'nrls id this afternoon from Claude, Tex ts, and has taken a room at the prings hot4'l Dr. Perry M. Ilaker. of At tenia, last night came lown from that city having lieen ordered here to look af ter the hoys in khaki. Dr Maker ha the rank of Ut. Lieutenant in the medical department of the New Mex ico National (iuard. Company H now hss an enrollment of 107, two hat ing been dropped because of physi cal disability. Very little sickness exixts among the men of...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 8 June 1917

THE EVENINC. CURRENT. FRIDAY, JUNE H. 1917. GERMANS BEING ROUTED OUT OE FRANCE British Terrible Onslaughts Thrown Across Rich Plains of Northern France Threaten to Shake Loose Teutons' Grip--Big Battles Now Only Skirmishes of Those to Come HALF PRIGE Beginning Saturday WE HAVM II LADIES sins M 1 1 (OI, shIHTS m i TO UK SOLD AT Half Price i tLTRRATIONS M NONE SENT OUT ON MTHOVAI. TREI KK M.I. NEW THIS SEASON'S i ARMKNTS Joyce -Pruit Gompany COUNTY NEWS ITEMS daughter, Mr- I. In the hospital at Mr Will In ri. I li moving op io m luniL'i' k. who has beoi thai place if Btanton, Texat 1110 lor pas N MUM ui hut weatht ' Ilincs ha liail Iny h. are in I. school I All tTvde llinei Km hail hu - in guvoral .1. W. I letch, r ami w and Mrs. HIIIh White, a" in las Vegas for the summer Mr dam. Harry Ullilhri an, I 1..H Weir, of Monument, wi n- trailing in Nadinc our day the past week, The dan. Hie folks have boon hav mg a succession of amusements, At Monument Saturday night the soldier boy, who cr...

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. — 9 June 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT VO I, NO. 48. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, feATUBDAY, JUNE it, ItlT, $..(1(1 4 car, HUr. Month, It, (op?. OVER 200 ARE K ED AND MISSING IN MINE DISASTER Fire Breaks Out in Mine at Butte, Montana, Catching Hundreds of Men Far Beneath Ground to Be Burned, Strangled or Starved to Fearful Death BABY KIDNAPED; BRITISH TAKE TWO KAISER AND STAFF NOTHING LEARNED NARROWLY ESCAPE OF SAN SALVADOR PRACTICALLY NO HOPE OF RESCUING THOSE WHO MAY REMAIN ALIVE Hy Associated Press. London. JuiM It. The Kaiser with Qoneral Hindonburg ind Prince Eitel Madrid) ami other members of the stafT inside of St. Peter's sta tion at lihent. Belgium, when it wax liniiil,.ir.l. . I the other day. The Ex change Telegraph says the emperor's party was unhurt, hut three officers won- nearly killed. Hy Associated Press. Philadelphia, June it. The grand jury indicted former t'apt. Thierich ens of the seized cruiser, Prince Eitel Kredrieh, and Adelhert Fisher and wife and Henry Ftohncr charged with conspirac...

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. — 9 June 1917

THK KVKNINCi (TKRKNT. SATURDAY, JUNE , 1!HT. TteEveningCurrent Win. II. MullMe Klit-.r ami Manager lUBBCMPTtON vi ks. ttir year in advance $.1.00 P I months in advance .1.00 it month, in advance ' 1 mpie eoplei o. I Entered a econdciatl matter April 16, Itl7( at tin' piHt office at CarUbad, Now Mexico under the Act' of March 8, 1879." Publlthed daily, Sunday excepted, by tin- 1 II ad rrintmi; Company, OUR FLAG llthed fur tin- good of all thr p ople mid hy rendi run: invaluable aid tn nur government to make weight Md all important notification m n ! posViMn, Uli" ran only be done through the . nlutiins nf the iicwspu- ptrt, So why kill the 00M that ly the (oldoii on? In the beginning it MPM Hot intended In make a money making InMitutlon f the pod oAto and why begin HOW T Thi institu liofl was estuhli -hod l.y our irovcrn- ment for convenience, for dlaeeminnl iltR information, industrial. educa tional and political nnd for no other purpoae. Today it U Kind that it It milk in.' a hands...

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. — 9 June 1917

THK EVENING CURRENT. lATUKLAt .1 INK KIT. LOCAL NEWS Mis Queen and Miss Nettie Mc Cullough are In town today ami dined I at the . r huti'l. RAY'S PHOTO STODIO GUARANTEES SATISFACTORY PHOTO WORK ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR ' The Current is requested to (treiii MM fact thnt n number of the mem "f OOi I! ure in need of "com fort packet" such H arc Doing seut to the soldiers at te front. No doubt many of our people will l.i adding to contribute the neeeesary article- if NEW ENTERPRISE FOR CITY OF CARLSBAD HOME PROM w l HIT A. attention is directed to the m . .1 "'""' Stewart left this momlng CWttriltlaM of tcwels. wash ra I Jewelle Moore is spending the week I his ranch in the mountains, after 1 soup, pocket mirrors, tooth brush, t at the Arthur forehand home on I "W'! several pleasant days in our talcum powder, tooth paste or Dowd til. -I. : , . .1.. , it.. 1. 1 . 1 - 1: . """ nm, .... unco- .inn iiarp a- er. pocket comlis, etc ,s iuok wim niri 10 enjoy an enviable 1 been left at the Stai wavia ...

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. — 9 June 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, BATUMI A '. .! JNK 0, )17. This Will Interest You Regardless of High Prices We Are Here to Help You v o UR policy is to live and let live. We do not believe in robbing you, just because we can. If you are economi cal, if you want to save, here is a good chance for you. Our quick sales and small profits are our best policies. Come in to our store and try us. We Will Satisfy You. Come. Flour, Best Grade per 100 lbs. $6.48 Sugar, 12 pounds for $1.00 Peaberry Coffee, 5 pounds for . $1.00 Rice, High Grade, 13 pounds for $1.00 i Corn, per can, 12iC Syrup Karo, blue and red, 60c ANO 70c Syrup Maple, per gallon, $1.50 Soap, Laundry, 20 Bars for $1.00 FRUITS! FRUITS!! Gallon Apples Gallon Gooseberries Gallon Peaches Salmon, pink, per can Jams, high grade, three for 50c 55c 55c 17ic $1.00 CLll PRICKS on ALL OTHER GOODS THESE PRICES GOOD FOR 3 WEEKS

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 11 June 1917

hi THE EVENING CURRENT x VOL. I, NO 411 CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO. MONDAY. JUNB 11. S.'i.on Yt-itr, i n. Month, It, (opr. BRITISH TRENCH RAIDS ENDANGER GERMAN SUB PORTS Attack Launched North of Ypres Along Twenty Mile Front Which Has Ostend and Zeebrugge as Final Objectives, Threatening Home of UBoats Spy or Traitor Gives Enemy Information SECRETARY DANIELS SAYS IN FORMATION OF BUREAU OF ORDNANCE DIVULGED ENTOMBED MINERS Hy Associated Press. Washington, J HIM 11. Either a spy or a traitor has been divulging information f the bureau of ord nance, mi Sciri'Uiry Uaniel tuld the senate nuvai .((... committee today. When Mm committee loeumod the in vestigation of t hi- Mongolia Shelt ac cident Senator FlSllllgliailJSSII pre duced letters which Secretury Daniels .-.aid contained information available only front the confidential tlXoi of the ordnance depart runt FOUND STILL ALIVE By Associated Press. ButtO, Montana, .lone 11 The hoi met men are in communication with the men entomlied in the min...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 11 June 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, MONDAY. JUNK II, 1917. m. II. Mil urn- II'" Dm v:it. . subscription h ates. f t year in advance $5.00 p f month in advance 1100 il month, in advance .HO . ti j.l .pit .05 Kntered an second-clam matter nril 1ft 1 'I 1 ," at t.., ,,,.0 ,.fT: . at trltbad. New Mexico under thf Act OUR FLAG am .1 aa. aw at at at a a a an Ml aa UMHIffl llPrOflt I IILUUIHI IIIUUI L. H W (3I1III W. KH H Ijl H HL I V BK H mM tattm WW ULiimniiLuniii kun PLAYED ON FEARS IK. U W a!alaaV Safety from cxtoirinl danger ll the most powerful dlrwtor of national ondud Even the ardent love of liberty will after time give way lo ill dictates. Alexuhllct II ainiltofi. Itunntf the past faa days, the tem penilurn in our Vielnlty wa all thai pgnJd ba djaaltad bg tha mott healthy aalamander. It la to he hoped that th appnaaiva heat will eauae Mine imich needed BTMiDitation The lubMripUona for tine iaaue of he l.ihertv Imnri.s .mm.. with nn f hi ail lyih, ti . . t tii . r. iwii mu.-i ne in mic i tin r.t....

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 11 June 1917

THE TBWWC CURRENT, MONDAY, JUNE 11, 1917. LOCAL NEWS Madam Thome vfas a passenger north today going to Roawell for a visit with friend and kinfolk. The 14th of June has been aet aside by the American Flag Association as Flag Day". What is Carlsbad going to do about HT The family of Sam B. Smith left yesterday for the ranch at Moaley, hoping that Mrs. Smith may receive much benefit from the change. Mrs. Ira J. Keebler, of Kansas City, a fojner resident of Carlsbad, where she still has business interests, came down from Roswell yesterday and will be here a couple of days attend ing to business matters. RAY'S PHOTO STUDIO GUARANTEES SATISFACTORY PHOTO WORK "ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR Messrs. Lee, Smith and Beal are a trio of cattlemen from the D ranch who are in town today. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Merchant are in Koawcll going up from here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ares expect to leave for their ranch in the moun tains tonight or in the morning. C. N. Walker waa taken v.olcnly ill last night and a...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 11 June 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. MONDAY, JUNE 11. 1917. THE MODERN WAY We Want You to See Our New Steam Press in Operation. Sanitary Safe Sane THE ONLY PRACTICAL WAY To have your clothing thoroughly renovated, sterilized and pressed is with our NEW AMERICAN GARMENT PRESS. Give us atrial and be convinced. NELSON &, RALPH, Tl CLEANERS w R CALL KOI M DEI IVKR W. J. KAI.I'H, PROP. PHONE 243 TO SEEK EXPLORER Third Relief Sh.p Will Go Allot MacMillan. Reported Sale. TWO EXPEDITIONS TAILED The Nepti.es C.,T" ini l 'i h Cit ..r, Berllett. Win Start Foi Ariti In July Berllett Fametil Fium Hit Connection With ti t .' ni el Peory and aUefanasen New fflrt Kot Ihr llilnl Inn" re lief snip la barbs fitted i m f r I ami bring hack I aid Mil Ml mi, Mflom ho t it Hi- in una , to look fur ik new tlneni which itmr Admiral Peary l hot lib I in- had 1I'ohtiiI several vmi" before Mini which be ImmI ItOdMOl I'rneket Laud Ma. Miiiiiii m iii hack wiiii lit Idtn Ihal bului l lull lr ii lil.,i Irtp nf 180 mil' arrow ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 12 June 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT VOL. 1, NO. 50. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY, JUKI 12, 1917 la.OO Year, 0r. Month. 5r. Copy. Ml ' " C0.X0R01DHEL0 READY TO GO TO ALBUQUERQUE r Capt. Dean Receives Important Telegram Preliminary to Final Order for Mobilization, and Company Will Probably Leave Tomorrow or Thursday German Governor Says Annex Belgium CARLSBAD WILL BID FAREWELL TO MAJ. BUJAC AND SOLDI ERS TONIGHT AT ARMORY .WOULD KEEP TERRITORY BY CONQUEST TO PREPARE FOR FUTURE WARS By Associated Press. Copenhagen, June It, -A nienioiiin dum of 'In !al4 Governor QflMnil Hi .-inn of H' ii in, in which bo advo cated the annexation of the llttli '-in nil mi ii h the Hole possible policy for Germany ll published in full in Greater German Kevieiw . u .i bj Deputy HacmsistSf of the PntSSlM diet. The memorandum says tlM strategic aim of the present war in to train room for the concentration ami advance of German BIBlISS in a Mt war atrainst rAurlnnd Mid I' ran ami without the pOMMflon "I Bsigiutft It in dou...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 12 June 1917

. THK fcvENINfl CURRENT. TVMDAY. JI NK 12. II7. ThtEveningCurrent Wrn. li. Mullana Editor and Manacr 1HCHiPTtON R M'K.s. Q-t year in advance H ( moothi in advance l.flO ' M month, in advance .'iO rnuli' topics 0.". Entered a .ccond-claax matter April lfl, 1117. at the post office at Carlabad, New Mexico under the Act of March a, 1H7'.i" Published daily. Sunday excep'.- dy the Carilbed Printing Company. OUR FLAG HOW SHALL WE PAY FOR THE WAR? A Constructive Criticism on the House Revenue Bill. LOANS BETTER THAN TAXES "liy the way 1 1 M r Itryiin '" at June B. Thli giBbigtMu ul evidently la probability the quenUC pup is "Billy I'.iit. ' and Incidcnil, AlbutHJerfiuv . where Journal luery in tin1 In mianrinl i'i editor of iii" lhu mount to aak, where lie thiit ai it " - br I nmy. w J, Bryan w.i- in pui city ml dayi ago mid Mt- heard by pro bably the lariraat audit t hut rvei greeted any ipeakcr in (etrlabad, The citizen in our locality are fair minded enough to hear or declin In W any in...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 12 June 1917

THE EVENING CUB KENT, TUESDAY. JUNE 12. 1tl7. LOCAL NEWS V. R. Jackson was ton yeaterd y. in from Lo 111 Sim l.'.iw and Maxtor Culp IN town from Monurnrnt today. Special Hour Sale. 4 to : P M. Thureday. JOYCK-PRUIT CO. Among other ranchmen of the Black River section in town today we notice Ben Stetson. W. ;. WoorniT arrived on the innil car yeatcrday from his home tit Know-lea, and is still in the city RAY'S PHOTO STUDIO GUARANTEES SATISFACTORY PHOTO WORK ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR ' fcrnest Shafer, Sr., la the late', ad- 1 (iition to the .utter, t from measles. Frank (i. Snow, bookkcopoi for Joyce-Pruit Company, is taking a few day's peat with friends in Koswell. Mrs. L I ' Tenney, of M Paw, ia in town this morning and is introduc ing the Now Manufacturing Com pany's goods. , Mrs. C, l. Rick man and son nr suffering from hay fever and contain plate a trip to a lower altitude fur relief from the scourge. Mrs. Pete Ixiwonbruck is expected to arrive from her home In Denver today for a visit to...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 12 June 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. K'KSDAV. JUNE 12, 1917. Registration Day Caused by Unfair i AM of 1917 Democratic In the Eitreme, While That of 1863 Wat Undemocratic - Cotdd Buy Eiemption For $300. CTMIM i i.i, t 1 1- In III I .11 "pern J linn ippnu nwielj iiut,a iiM'ii between tin nattn of twontj lie nml Ihltti 'I" haw ii ri'Kif fared, iiml ff in Ih - number I ir I Ham nip lake bla In ' nrmv of IWi.lMPl for mill ' lllll ) In I rail WtwtfbaA Ii familiar wllh wool happened "ii ill. M Inomi litulM day Tin-.ilm. J him' mi' There I ir aaad to fepeei ih tt ii uf wbut u coired I lien In (.nut minimal nii the acllona nf Hie ilthtoha In 1911 are read of i in- terrible draft rim thai aoeurrad in Near Vork it and. iii ii leaner extent, iii other rltlaa of I be United Ntatea in IWta The draft f Hill "Hi aaaantlalij daaaorratlf Bsemption rannol e 1 1 i it mual in- foe cauae Tin. draft of I HOB, bealdea being an eeaducted lo nggot n blind lottery with life, tin- mi linn mining "ill of w I.. . i tikf priae ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
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