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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 25 June 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT J' N CABLBsUP. NEW MEXICO. j MONDAY, JUNE 25. H17. K 00 Year Mr Month. 5e CBy HG UTAH DAM BREAKS AND MYX MUCH PRflPFRTY untain Snows Melt and Fill Releases Raging Torrent of Water th Reservoir Causing a Break that pon Inhabitants of Many Towns News from Co. B at Albuquerque now mm SETTLED 9 SHAPED UP FOR REAL TRAINING PRICE RIVER FERS HEAVY IPAMY SUF ;s-people By Associated Press. Faivlew, UUh, June 25.- SHIP CONTRACTS LET BY GOETHALS ON THE BATTLEFRONT nrnnn-rrn m omm ncrunicu ail MfCU i H I KI Mil- IHll ' a. .,i p.... I'm- Hi-it ih front in northern By Associated Press. France again it developing signs of A crush- Washinu-tun I) I' .Inn,. Oi f'..n. a renewal of activity according to an ing force of one hundred million1.,-,... r- -- ...i latfMal i ..,..,. aiaSeawsaai rtataii. -if gallons f water, cnusW by the melt- )rnnt nhtJn fdur PmpIp1r W(,0d,n 'an unuaual number of raida carried 'lng Know flowing suddenly into the merchant veaaela and twenty wooden out by Br...

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. — 25 June 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, MONDAY, JUNE M. HIT. TREveningCurrent W H. Muilane Editor and Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES. On year in advance r.00 Six month in advance 3.00 Oim month in advance 60 Sample copie .06 Entered aa eecond-clai matter Aoril 1. 1917. at the pout office at Carlsbad. New Mexico under the Act rided of March 8, 1871t." Published daily, v1 Sunday excepted, hy the Carlsbad Printing Company. CEMETERY ASSOCIA TION MEETING. There will lie a meeting of all in terested in the welfare of the ceme- Flore, Wednesday afternoon at 8:30 tery, at R. M Thome'a furniture sharp. Klectinn of officers will be held and various matter dicued and de- OUR FLAG it i warm. Iu some one must look after the resting place of our dead. MRS. A. M00MK. "Tod" Butler came in Saturday on the afternoon train to the (treat pleaaure of hi hot of friends here. Mr Ruhr graduated in the early spring from the law school of Val- ., . it.. imriuii moiuna. ana ib an an -" hunt of a suitable location for hi huslseas. H...

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. — 25 June 1917

LOCAL NEWS Mm. Pete Lowenbruck Saturday from lier horn tend will make a vii.it with relatives and friends in the Beautiful. Mr. Virginia Schrlb ii in town to day from Lakewood. 1 Mm Anna Bass, of Roiwell, in a visitor to Carlsbad this wek. i72 frOBH J. Was and Mr. Paul Area are down heir ranch in the mountain!. R. (White Metal) Livingston in from the Livingston ranch Saturday. Scott Etter will he in tonight from a nip to Santa Fe where he went on business for the waier users. THE CTKM.WO CURRENT, MONDAY. JUNE IS, ItlT. cam in I Lawrence Mmhst w. in the city in Dei.ver 'coming 8 a tarda r nio-ht ns ben attending the law depart ment of Harvard University. FOR BALE Underwood typewrit er, new model. See Sadie Cheatham. Asa and Ben Array are in from theirr anch east of Roswell. this mom ng. Comissioner Bruce, with and son, were visitors in Friday afternoon. his wife, Carlsbad Mrs. Annie Weeks, the popular saleslady at the T. C. Home Pry Goods store, Is now enjoying tier an nual vacation ...

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. — 25 June 1917

THE EVENING CUBRENT. MONDAY, JUNE . 117. PLAY THE GAME rir lha m- Play I h llfMl For the garna'a tug-o'-war. And to win Dial Ilia aim Wa ara all righting for Mold am Irm I Hold 'atn fare If wa ylrlit, if- tha ahama Till a triumph at laat Hay lha Kama1 I'lav lha gamel Tliai wan tt'aatilngtfin' way. Thai waa Marlon a b..a. And Henalur a that day Off lha llarhwr laml ' Bound )ha tattoo of druma, Let the ahrlll nra . lelm Until victory eotnea, ria Ilia gau.a' I'lar lha gamel Qlitfla ap Biickta lol Never o,uall. nrvrr quit! hnw atn whal a ran do With nur mi Yankaa grin With a don't rata a alain For reward or foi fntna, Jnea far okl l ia kali. Play lha garna' t'lav Ilia tama' -CIHnton aV-ullard ad lha Vlgllaj.lae TELLS HOW AMERICAN AIR HERO WON CROSS OF WAR Uttautr't Daring Flight to "Spot" toman Battery Rewarded by Success and Recognition. Tar "apnttlng" a Lattery of heavy ttaf aian guua tu Iba vicinity uf Dun kirk anil photographing It under heavy rw Kenneth rroctoe Uttauer, a grad uate...

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. — 26 June 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT i. No. (1. CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO. TUESDAY. JI NK 20, 117. tS .00 Year. Mr. Month. rr. (ear. HFAW flAMAfiF RY I ITAH Fl flflfl m vi i ivih Ba I Willi! ! DAMAGE TO PROPERTY IS ESTIMATED AT OVER MIL LION AND HALF DOLLARS By Associated I'ro. Salt Lake City, June 28. The pro perty damaged and railroad trackage in spots and crop damage ia estimat ed at ujer a million and a he If at the result of the break in the Price rival dam. Hundreds of thousands of dol lar additional damage in loss of traffic will be suffered by the Rio Grande railroad because of a com iJWe tia up of the immense coal min es in Carbon county which depend on the mi load for an outlet. Thousands of miners will be thrown out of em ployment until the railroad is able to rebuild from fifteen to thirty miles of track that washed away. Three Irage steel bridges were washed out and scores of highway bridges are gone, and all concrete culverts in the Price river valley between the dam and Price a distance of...

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 June 1917

THE EVENING r URRKNT. TUMDAT, JUNE M. 117 Current Wm. H. Mullane Editor and Msnsger SUBSCRIPTION RATES. On yeai in advance S. 00 Six months in advance 8.00 On month in advance 60 Sample copies .05 In a few place. Lamb feeding wan done on a good seal. Hitter than :i0,000 lamlii and old ewe were han dled on i In- farms in the valley of Pawl snd Kddy counties. Prior to last yar a small bunch of sheep of some kind could be found upon a farm here and there that were being i. nil in. I for market. Nol until this Rntoesvf ui-rnrul elliHI matter April 16, 1917, at the post office at ! past season did sheep feeding present Carlsbad, New M. xico under the Act of March B, 1179" Published daily. Sundays excepted, Printing Company. by the Carlsbad OUR FLAG am aaam itself in such u manner as to be con sidercd a,i industry that could be de vi'loped to any great extent The results obtained were in prac tically every instance, satisfactory. With one or two exceptions every man that handled sheep tf ...

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 June 1917

THE BTaWlHO ggWjjH TUESDAY. JUNE M. HIT. LOCAL NEWS Ken Briscoe, of Pecoi, was in town last nifht. Bill Jones ia in town today from Kocky Arroya. Tom Gray was a busines visitor to I J r I shad thin week. Col. Frank Hardin, of Knowlea, ! in town tola A. L. Falka wu a passenger north this morning, going to Roswell. Hrn Annie Weeks left this morn In for Conway. Arkansas, taking her annoal vacation from the T. C. Home dry goods store. Dr. Bearup and son, Cecil, are con templating a trip to Detroit and New York, leaving somewhere near tha first of the month. J. W. Thurman. wife and grand daughter, came in from their ranch at the head of Black River today and are shopping in the city. C. Garrand and wife were duwn from Lakewood and spent Sunday. Lute Beach, the sheepman is in town from his ranch near Monument. Paul Ares and Mrs. Ares left this morning for the mountains, their home. B. F. St. John, nf lakewood, came down from there this morning and loaded up with freight for the Mer cantil...

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 June 1917

TBI EVENING CUMKNT, TOTBDA , JUNK M, 1S17. HOOVER TELLS Of RED CROSS WORK Btttoi Corns to Rescue In Subscribing to Funds. FRANCE NEEDS OUR HELP Civilian Papulation In Recenquered Territory Lafl Abaelutely Without Foad or Hamaa by the Setreetlns Oarmana Will Coat Ovor a Billion Dollar ta Ration rhair Hamaa. Tha people of Iba United Hlalaa ebow ad IMr ralrlirtlatn wbes Ihey . graat ly inrrrauliiM nl i il Mm- I. Uteri) Wan IJkewlae In tha appeal fur IKal.OOO.OIHI for tha Itnl Cruae Ilia ioiile uf thla nation reaMmle'l gullantly. Tha Rail I'rnaa la tha humanitarian atda of warfare. It la Juat a a nta-ee eery to hava a anal Had t'rnaa organl Ballon aa It la to hare efficient HkIiIIhk ferrea In thla t-iiiiartlin tha follow tag etateairiit raadi- In-fore tha itnl I'ruee rltaptcra In Waahlnflon recently tr Herbert C Hoover, who haa rharar of the foul iiil of thla rountry, ta iDteraatlnc : "For nearly three years wa had aa ooa of nnr dntlea the varr of the rlell Ian population In northern Pr...

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. — 27 June 1917

awLssm THE EVENING cbftRENf vol. l, n. ir CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, l17. M W Year. BO Month. Sr. loey. BRITISH CAPTURE OF COAL FIELDS OF LENS IS IMIVUNEN General Haig Presses Germans Away from Rich Coal Mines, while General retain Holds Important Positions for French, Preparatory to New Campaign GERMAN TROOPS French Overjoyed at Sight of U. S. Boys BREAT CROWDS THRONG DOCKS AND SHOW APPRECIATION OF AMERICAN HELP where Major (Jeneral Siberts was in- yStallcd, thence go to the front. Tht y are in excellent iihape. Pershing is expected tomorrow. The harbor is dot ted with convey and the streets ire By Associated Press. A French Port June 27 ond contingent of American troops have arrived and disembarked this morn ins;.. The troops landed amid the most frantic cheers of the people who (fathered for hours in anticipation of duplicating yesterday's lurprie. En thusiasm was at a fever pitch whe it was learned the transport convoys had paaaed all submarines. All troops which ...

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. — 27 June 1917

IhJLveningCurrent Win. H. Mullane Editor Mid Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year In advance r.00 Six month in advance '1.00 One month in advance 60 Hample copiea 05 Entered ai second-clan matter April 16, 1917, at the pott office at Carlsbad, New Mexico under the Act Of March 3, 1879." Published daily, Sundays excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Company. OUR FLAG TUB EVENING C ITU BENT. Mil TOUR OF NEW MEX!- : (mile or the canyon the drive led th ough lofty pinea with here and I there wonderful canyom and cliffs on nn a tin innniiA' ,ide' Hn'1 hn " reached the nni nK rau uu raw miiLunn EBftAY. fVNE . mi. SI6HTS SEEN AND FINAL HOMECOMING NaawV JOHN HIIION CONSOLIDATES. nyon itself the party had a camp fire Mating. Soon supper was ready j and every one fell to, and after one EDITORS OF CURRENT TELL OF " r.mmbered fe.t. aruuna me camnnre. th imriv strolled to the brinks and watched varied and wonderful colorings of the 1 the setting sun touch lovinirlv th ; canyons and '.roes, for that...

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. — 27 June 1917

THE KVKNINO CUBRENT. WEDNESDAY ... 1 i i rn a i a m i ia LUKAL WtWS I t a l-rt C. Dow bought Oliver yesterday a Dodge touring car ,.), for ! W. A. Cole, who Hi been connected with the oil well in the lower valley left for the east, going today. Mm. Cole is here for the present. It it sin cerely hoped hat Mr. Col mv return S. lanrt miir v.tfil-ntltr .nnimiu t I,,. W. G. Brown, who has ei-n in San ta Ee tnt past week' is oxper M home today. foFr. oil. Yturralde is closing deals today r.otton for fall delivery at 20 cents I a pound. E. W. Alston and wife were guests of the Bates Tuesday from their their ranch on the plains. Jack Hines congenial pharmacist at the Star is the owner of a Dodge touring ear. the kind Oliver recom mends. Jack say's he expecs to let his mother and sis!er drive it and at times when he is not too busy he can take a spin. J. W. McCollum and wife arc in town this morning from their home a few miles west of town. OtU fees friend, Mr. W. C. Hamil ton who lives on h...

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. — 27 June 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. WEDNESDAY. JUNK 17, ItM. GUNNERS OF NAVY SHATTER TARGETS Report Shows Steady Improve ment In Marksmanshio. ARE READY FOR THE ENEMY i Admiral Mayo, Commander In Chief, Praia Spirit and Loyalty of Off. oar and Crtwi Many Ship. An) Naw on Activa Duty, but Tima la Taken For Practice. Improvement In inarkaiiianahlp of the nan la ; .. by Admiral Henri I Ma.ro, couiinuinkr In chief of the At lantlr fleet. Hi)- raport t Hecretary I'anlrla aummarlied la: Marked IMMM in the. rapidity of Bra anil a rraaonui.lv aallnfa.tory In rreaae In accuracy rror. lii tin alilllly ami iwlWIwi 1 of the psfMBMSj lo prepare for. niHln tain anil control the flr of the differ ent batt.trl.-. under varying condltlnna i'lii- following MlfSatB from t!it re porta ahow tha effort wlilrb have been and ara being iuaili to Improve the battle efrMeucy of the fleet: "More aeero lo have been arroui pilabed during tbe laet gunnery year tban fv before wltb Inw effort, which eta n da io prove thai preeeut...

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 June 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT Vol. 1, N. S3. CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY, JUNE 28. 1917. t I ,in V ... l iL e. i II A ii aa a i rr- s ri M IP HUM OR TRENCHES BONE DRY AMENDMENT TO FOOD BILL V PA KM. Ml M PU ntDATf H VTMAT W I W ft 1 B I U J M m MM. mm m - - - - ' m w w v - w hv mt mm m W w JUSANDS OF UNCLE SAM'S SOLDIERS IN FRANCE TO 60 IN THICK OF FI6HT Somewhere in trance, Juno 28. Thousands of American's ghtin,; me:i are run. . ready to take thcii placea in'the trenches beside Keai. Hi ed campaigners of the allien. The American forces will be an indepen dent unit, co-operating with the ol lieslies. It is suggested the Ameri cana might le placed as n connect ing link between the French and Brit tish armies, but the exigencies of the Bmpngns will decide that. G. v Moon reports his children ill with meuak'K. COAL PRICES DROP FEDERAL CONTROL $1.50 PER TON OF WHEAT ALLOWS Washington, U. C, June 28. Tlte immediate general reduction of one dollar to one dollar and half per ton in the price of ...

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 June 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. THURSDAY. JUNE M, 11 r. TL&veningCurrent Wm. H. Mullane Editor and Manager rUIRHCKIPTION RATES. One year in advance "'.(Mi Six monthi in advance 8.00 One month in advance 60 Sample copiei 05 Entered ai second-class matter April 10, 1917, at the poit office at Carlahad, New Mexico under the Act f March 3, 187H" Published daily. Sundays excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Company. OUR FLAG No. i Reserve District No. 11 REPORT OF THE CO NI'ITION OF THE THE NATIONAL BANK of CARLSBAD AT CARLSRAD In tne State of New Mexico, at the close of business on June 20. Lfcf, rkso ncM l-oans and discounts U. S. bond- deposited to secure circulation (par value) ... Rond other than V, S. bonds pledged to secure pos tal saving deposita Total bonds, securities, etc Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent of sub- scription) Furniture and Fixtures Net amount due from approved reserve agents in New York. Chicago, and St. I.oui $20527.38 Ntt amount due from approved reserve agent...

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 June 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. THURSDAY JUNE Sft, II7. LOCAL NEWS I ,1,. ... . . , ,u I " un aim ni ien lor II fomla the rt of the week is vi m nc .l- . . . " me nincn. Me had hi cattle in the miinunir. Kiiwr. mpi. A. U, Fleming, at , . Dolph Shattuck Ml for hi. home J. M. Cunningham came down from in Dor Canyon lait evening aecomp- Arteaia, Tuesday and report some anied by Fred Montgomery, and Tom (rain in spot up that way. He was at Middleton. Tom was smiling an tending the sale and no doubt invest - Will Ramut. who came from Cl. ."',7 T V" ! " f! f'W d0""r, "' choice J ueen mii.i Hi ien ior the plains country Wednesday watering Hi's- ranch for the past sixty daya or , more, and as soon as the rain would, MAM A FORTUNE II Kit I . ... . .more, anil as soon as w ran won i uwver wi ( n..-i,... ... .... Bw urani, one oi tne ranch . " from Mia Point of the Guada- y " country over, tin yesterday Here is a shining ex- '. t . . . . .. 1 iL. i I. aT. . I 0 a l m I m 1 . .. pe mountain was in town ye...

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 June 1917

TIB EVENING CURRENT, THURSDAY, JUNE M. INT. Women of Nation Must Help In Conserving Our Food Supply Htrbcrt C. Hoover Make Ap peal to Avoid All Waste and Co-operate In Every Potiible Manner Servant! Are Careless, Say Prominent New York Woman, and Should Be Taught to Economize In the Kitchen. IN tbe sartooi i of waging war I brat iiiu nun bava appeared abova tin- borlsou in iba United Mlatia, and upon il. ill ahnuldera will reel Mart reapfmslhllli on Bernard M !.nrn. i or Vort la going In bava barge of nil purchase! u holier for our niii. or on lnhi f of Ihla ei uiitry Klther Wllhnin Ileum. r Major lien- era l Qeorge VY. ilooihals will have com, piete gntboritj to huilil ablpa and u rwt their oBratloim when completed Hut more lmNirianl loan cither of these IWO Inskn I- tlml of nreeerving Ihla batjoll'l I I aupplj Sc. Hint 'here win i n Hiifli' it ii" v lie ra as i'ii u" ' enough li ft out In supply our allies mid tlii'ii, aboUtd I hem in' a nurplun. Iliii IX-hi ru I initioiis 01 vmr ...

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 June 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT Vol. I, No. 64. CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 117. 3 I.VOO Year, Mr. Month. Sr. Ceny. MANY MUST PAY INDEMNITY TO ALLIES L0YD-6E0R6E SAYS PEACE; WON'T QUIT EVEN ONE HOUR BEFORE GERMANY IS WHIPPED TERMS WILL INCLUDE A JUST COMPENSATION By Associated Press. Glasgow, Juni- 2. Lloyd George aid the Germans must pay the allien indemnitee in the event of a peace settlement and continued. No one sfrlahfs to dictate to the German peo ple the form of irovernment under which they sohuld choose to live, but it ia rijrht we should say we will en ter into negotiation with a free gov ernment of (iermany ith a different attitude of mind and less suspicion and with more conAdence than we should with a govemem with whom we feel today to be dominated by an aggresijve arrogant spirit of I'rus- aian militarylsm. By Associated Preaa. Glasgow, June - Discussion peace, Lloyd Osorfg snid if war should be (concluded a single hour before the allied powers reached the end they set o...

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 June 1917

TwEveningCurrent Wm. H. Mullane Editor and Manager "subscription rates. One year in advance 5.0't Six monthi in advance 11.00 One month in advance SO Sample copiea OS Entered at aecond-claaa matter April 16, 1917, at the post office at Carlsbad, New Mexico under the Act f March 3, 1879 " Published daily. 8undaya excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Company. THE EVENING CURRENT. FRIDAY, JUNR It. 117. COMMISSIONERS ISSII PROCEEDINGS ; m Mr. B. P. 'SU John, at Ukewood, New Mexico 1 E. Little, of Carltbad. New OUR FLAG HK IT KHMEMBEREt). That on thin 7th day of June, 1917, the hosid of county com nis.t.i rie.a met in pec- lial session in which the following- pro ceedings were had: Present: Mr. I.. A. Swigert, chairman. Mr. C. E. Mann, commissioner from district No. 2. Mr. J. T. Cooper, dpputy sheriff A. K. O'ljumn. county clerk. W. ('. Davidson, county highway superintendent. The tinancial .statement of the l-'irst National Bank which appears in this Iaiuu of the Current and aj will be ae...

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 June 1917

epn i.s TP gVPHWC CURRENT. HUD AY. JUNE 29. I 17. J LOCAL NEWS The cemetery association will serve ice cream and cake on the court house lawn from 5 o'clock till 10 p. m July 4th. The party planned by Mr. J. P, v- s- Hamilton returned from Iaiv Joyce for the young people this after-1 'nKton tn' morinK at 2:00 a. m. He was postponed owing to the -ad '"-formed us that he landed several and death of 8am Roberts, .contracts anions; them was the erect assj Hon of the First National Bank build- J 4 SAM I. ROBERTS PASSES AWAY tying the lovely (?) roads in and around Carlsbad. rs. Edith Lee Kule has purchased which is 60 x 70 and is to he of up" from Frank Mail and is now concrete and in to be completed as rapidly as possible. H. Ridgeway. of El Paso, Sam 1 Roberts, one of the selected 'boys of the I'ecos Valley, who was IL & .. ooin nere, wnere the I eco water the lands, here the ait is o pure, the zephyrs mo free, the oreeze balmy and light, yet he exchanged or left Tex., home here 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. — 29 June 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1S17. UADMC'C -cooim NEWS! HORNlo items 'f T KNOWI.F8. i.enrgc (ti'ahnm w I imnt plcaa- Anrfttur rL '",t vl!,iU'r mong hl" frt l in UttLKINU Ut Knowlti lant Saturday. Frank Teugue returned from the , MIDSUMMER MILLINERY SATURDAY EVERY SUMMER HAl IN FOUR QROUPS (iisirgc (iraham was I most plraa knt visitor anion hin friends in knowles last Saturday. Krank Teugue returned from the lal country last Thursday just luok i ig fur "additional." A. J. Heard and W. 0, Woerner I .vent to l.ovinirtnn looking ovrr the political situution la.t Saturday. John In Toole wan up town doing OHM trading, and preparing to start nr the ranch across 'nr 'inc. film llanlin and K. S. Tenguc made a business trip to Lovington the other day Mm. S A. Manning came to town from hi r ranch Mouth of town last Friday, attending to business. Draw Todd was busily engaged at (the garage, o ci hiiulinir I'liver, sev- nil days last week. Mr. and Mis. M. Wilhoit moved tn their NoRM ran...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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