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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 30 June 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT Vol. 1, No. 64. CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1917. IS.00 Year. 0r. Month. Sr. Copy. ERMANS ADVANCE ONJERDUN FRONT WAR STRENGTH OF ARMY NOT REACHED KAISER'S PICKED FI6HTERS HOLD SMALL SECTION OF DEAB MAN'S HILL By Associated Press. " " Parts, June .10. Tne Germans re sumed their violent attack on the Ver dun front went of Dead Man Hill, last . v. a r: l i t . . I nigm. i wseu ierrnan woops an- yajiced on a sector of one and three sOrths miles and were almost an nihilated by the French. The Ger mans penetrated the first French line over the entire front and attacked hut ware driven out, excepting on the western slope of Dead Man Hill. BEER AND WINE NO T NCLUDED IN BILL By Associated Pres. Washington, I). C, June MO-The prohibition features of food legisla tion have engrossed the senate leud- ers while debate has continued on the food control bill. Prohibition legisla tion is generally predicted to be con fined to distilled liquors following the presiden...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 30 June 1917

THR RYEN1NG CURRENT. SATURDAY. JUNE St. H17. l&EveningCurrent Wit. H. Mullanc Editor und Manager "'SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year in advance 5.00 Six month in advance ".00 One month in advance 10 Sample copiea - OS Entered at second-class matter April !. 1017, at thr poit office at Carlsbad, New Mexico under the Act of March 8, 1879 " Published daily, Sundays excepted, ly the Carlsbad Printing Company. PAID IN BLOOD. WANTED. OUR FLAG ...... . Major General i oo-td Woo i hr Employment wanted hy American made the prediction that America will lady. Clerical work preferred, but not win in the end, but not until a ter- a,:.,-, ... to other work. Address or liflc price ban been paid in blood. He I phone Room 12, Metropolitan hotel, warn hi countrymen that Ameri- i Subject at the Methodist church cam are flghtig a powerful foe and Sunday morning- will ! "How the 1- thc nuieker they realize that saenfic- ,,iu ity Wan Surpr'vl." At nighl ' A N must be made in order to win the Cieat Myiitei...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 30 June 1917

THE KVKWIWQ CUBBKWT. SATURDAY, JCB , frlT. " LOCAL NEWS The Peoples Mercantile force with) E 0. Tracy who ha. born in Call- number of new hands are very busy fornia for a iliort time returnc I home this week taking inventory of stock. C. Knowles ii here from Artesia E. Lyon, of Queen, is spending fw days in the valley. Mrs. Wheeler and rhlldren left for Newland, Kansas, Thursday where they anticipate a pleasant visit with ' her sister. ed Greeve from the M. Itueet of the Rightway N. T. Daughcrty the mail clerk is planning to take his vacation next ranch I week and spend the time fishing and resting on Black river. Thursday afternoon. Mrs. C. H. 8haninn left for Pecos Thursday morning to bring her mo ther Mrs. E. 8. Alley home with her They expected to return today. J. C. Robertson And family are stopping at the Rightway hotel. Bon Bilbery, of Knowles, came in Tuesday and will be here it few days. Miss Nancy Roman and her sister, Mrs. Foster, both of Artesia, are guests of the Missou...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 30 June 1917

THE EVENING CUB BENT, SATURDAY, JUNE 30. ltU. Monday and Tuesday July 2nd and 3rd WILL UK SPECIAL BARGAIN DAYS WITH i s vi voiitll TIME WI WILL OfTM some VERY OWUMMM MhKl H ANDISK AT THE K I lH TT.Ol SI . V "LOW PRICE" INCLUDING MILLINEEY, RRADYTO-WEAIL PIBCI coons. LAMM1 PUMPS (Ml OXKORDS. AND MANY OTH KK ITEMS. ALSO A NUMMP OF 11 EMI MH MEN. COME HOT vol 'Us Joyce -Pruit Co. WEATHER CROP bulletin for NEW MEXICO i 1 1 SERVICE FOR ALL W. .1. Tullmus, wife and three dau- vk want YOI K TRADE' This Store will be closed all day July 4th. U. S. Weather Bureau Offlct, .Santa Ke, New Mexico. Weather Crop Bulletin for the Week Ending June 2th. 1917. Light scattered showers and local thunder storm occurred the tint of the week over northeast counties and 9 the northern mountain districts, but .elsewhere over the siutc the week was dry, hot and mostly clear. Range gen- i lerally are needinx rain, hut especial- ly over the southeast and south coun- rhters, two being married, Meidamei Aities. a...

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 July 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT VOI,. I. NO. fifi. CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO, .MOMMY. JULY 2, II7. I.-..00 Vrar. fiOr. Month. Ic i npy. MmEMP ClilMS ARE SOON TO BE CONSIDERED Government Requires Husbands Claiming to Have Dependents to Make Affidavit Signed by Wife and Head of A Family - Boards Will Be Firm White Man and Two r Negroes Killed race war in east st, louis Bursts loose ano goes beyond police control By Associated Press. Kst St. I.ouis, July 1 - Two !SglOSS were Uken from a street car this afttmoon and shot ard beaten I" death by mol while u white man who was standing in front of his store was killed hy a stray bullet. The turbulence of the mobs incrensoi! during the afternoon and note i took rifles away from sixteen Mtlonal truardsmtn while women an. I white firls are participating in the violence. PRO AMENDMENT TAKES NEW TURN By Asociated Press. Weshintrton. J'jiy 2. The Rent's contest over the prohibition measure of the fHd bill became complicated when the agriculture committee en dorse...

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 July 1917

THE KTENtNC. CtTRREWt MONDAY. JULY X 1M7. ,veningCiirrei.t Wm. H. Mullsne Editor snd Mmipr HCB8CRIITIOS RATES. Dim vi-ar in advsnrc H.00 Six months in advance 8.00 On month in advance W Sample copies -05 Entered at aecond-cless matter April 10, 1017, at the pott office at Oarlsbad. New Mexico under fie Act of March 3, 1879." Published daily. Sunday excepted, by the Curlibad Printing Company. OUR FLAG Pranks of Nature Across the Pecos i win blows oown fe-;s.et"-2 MILL, CLOUDS BRING RAIN- - m very uti moisture leu ouisioe ot inn panic- ii A re-rent news item OTHER ITEMS OF MEWS Koswell Star. Lake Arthur, N. M.. June 2(1. A ranchman (we did not learn hit i nn. i huil Seen losing several head nf cuttle owing to the continued dry- I liir place. There was a big crowd at the C. , Dauwalder sale southeast of Lake Arthur, Tueaday. Everything brought good prices. McKinstry and Holloman cried the sale. Ridding was strong. show MM. Hi ranches just across the Pe- One cow Just for instance to cos...

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 July 1917

tO EVENING CURRENT. MONDAY. JULY 2. 117 iimii iimin i luuhl Ntwd 1 i hdu -I Hie large flag on exhibition at the lira. Will Gftlton i in town thu iT. C. Home dry good store, ha been afternoon to attend the aai mmt- purchaaed by Carl Livingston and mt at the Armory. will be displayed from their palatial I residence in Carlsbad on the 4th oft Mrs. Burmaater, a iater of Mrs July. The banner ii 10x20 feet in ( yde Brainard at tht Kddy Coun y keeping room with sleeping pitr and i probably the largest flair ' Hoipital, was operated on yesterday RKNT. Two nicely fumiihed porch. Enquire at thi office. 1 thepai and Mr. T. O. Wyman and Sue are up from their horn 00 TOD BAKE TOUR1 OWN BREAD?.. ever unfurled in thi countv. I. er valley today ihoppinK. W. Arthur and son. Ralph, of Loving, are m town today. They e port a very good shower n their vi- tinltjr, Martin Hamilton returned from Al- n I buquerque on the afttrnoon passen- ger yesterday and left for hi home at Knowles thi morning. He went t...

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 July 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. MONDAY. JULY 1 lt. WHEN THE HUT mans COME KEKP COOL ii y imxo a IH RITAN Otfj i OOK STOVE 4MOLUTCLY .i mmmkkh TO OIVI IATIIFACI10M m. m. tiiorm: SAW A BULLFIGHT Sergeant of M;i;nes Describes Spectacle Graphically. AS EXCITING AS CHESS. Not Even the nocant Victim of the bi r or, Matadors Could Got Up Any Emotion 4t Panama's Poilu lar Peetime Navar Agjm For Mara of U. 8. M. C. Mr MRIIKAN1 WILLIAM I. HACK, I' H M i ' iPlttoburgh, I'u , II H.l It. . i HI. liiil. AST "' .1 LUIIMII LEIl, I H M I' i Min 1 1. a llarrurka. Phllaiirll i.ik. I'u i Ptttaborgh i bad alwaya wanted to ( a bnllflght, mill u in n iba opportu niiy pan ni t'uloii, Panama, i nui quirk in setae ii i had gone eehore uu Nberty, looblug r an Moment, anil If ynn i 'ill rail lUlllllgbtlUg Ml'ttOas i tad it. I pitted up handbill in tha street It was printed in K lab, but I Bnnllj Made nut that Manor I: hi Poraudot firln.rr l : i iiiliu- frmn Barcelona, WOUhl tbai eery afternoon, with nUiII and neatness, 1...

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. — 3 July 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT fOL. 1, NO. 7. CARLSBAD. NKW MEXICO. TUESDAY, JULY S. 117 M.00 Year, 60r. Month, Jr. Copy. 4 MP ANDNEGRO TOWNBURNEDJN BIG RAQEWAR 1 ,500 National Guardsmen Cannot Control Angry Mobs in East St. Louis 300 Injured, 500 Whites Arrested and Disarmed, 310 Homes in Ruins U.S. Troops Will Spend July Fourth in Paris GROUPS OF FRIGHTENED NEG ROES TRYIN6 TO LEAVE CITY ATTACKED BY WHITES CHINA NOW RULED LANDS OPENED TO BY MONARCHY FRENCHMEN FROM TRENCHES GIVE AMERICANS 6LA0 HANDSHAKE Hy Associated Press. Paris, July .. A battalion of Am erican troop arrived In Parts to par ade on July fourth. The Americans were greeted by wildly enthusiastic crowdi which packed the strets thro which they marched to NeuiMv liar rx.ke, where thfj re qnurtarii. 'As thi troopa Lie ton ugh the s'lee.s the French irirli pinned boquets of American flags on the soldiers' breasts and French soldiers on leave grasped the hands of the Americans and marched beside them. Hy Associated Press. Last St. I....

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. — 3 July 1917

THE ITEMING CUMBNT. TUESDAY. JULY S. 117. m", EIGHTH GRADE Win. H. Mullane Editor and Manager SUMOBIPTION RATES. One year in advance I.Ot Xix month in advance 1.00 One month in advance 60 Maniple copiet ..... 05 Entered at second-class matter WORK IN COUNTY Santa Kc. N. M., July 2. The State Department nf Kducation to day completed the mailing of lOfiVJ .! Zelma Simpson, Monument, N. M. Thomas Bryan, Monument, N. M. Annie Bait, Dayton, N. M. Myrtle Harrison. Dayton. N. M. Kosa Harrison, Dayton, N. M. Louis. Marable, Daylon, N. M. Iicasie Stalliner, Dayton, N. M. i l Howard, I i vmi! N. M. Edward Walterscheid. Carlsbad. N. M , St Kd wards School. Atia Hudiburgh. ( arlshad. N r Aoril in. 1917. at the post office at .nb.niss to the various county school' SSEh ?' ' J Kdward. School Sundays es Printing Company copied, by the Carlsbad Tdutin of that number of pu M r nil from WW iirhlh prnidr work of qt xnnatiy ..... OUR FLAG 9 New Mexico rural IclMoli during the pant school year. The impo...

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. — 3 July 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, TUESDAY. JULY I. ItlT. LOCAL NEWS Bin pirnw at Hoar Cruve. C. N. Waiter and wife who bay j The ladies of the RH Croaa have1 1wen interested in the Springs Hotel George . Cooke of the (Mate Bank j .left today for their old home in Rot- to thank for the Kumi.. .. w. - i j ' " m , i inc charter for the ladle hereby send ing . . a message saying thev were Mr. Mac Fletcher, her brother, 0, 'going to tranafer the M.lOO.on they well. .naiaaja. on ine Fourth. P, Racoe, and the youngest son. had ranted for the ,,,....-.. uj t. 7 .., r j Buster, were in from the Fletcher ' Denver braach, which la nearer int. f nanier were in ranch. Saturday. The young folks forwarded the chart inmjaic ranch yesterday er at once to M . in that part of the country are plan- Mary A. Christian, which came Satur ....... f yni.n.1 t ka f.'n.,rftk u t (l... U 1 k .1... Thelma Toffelmire ha. been,. " L " mmi' tiuiif linn ii aiiu witil i ' n I m v i icviu . w. ( Howard ami H mSlti ,iiiteOwith feve...

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. — 3 July 1917

THK EVENING CVKWI WHEN THE HOT HAYS COME KEEP COOL BY BUM A PURITAN OIL COOK STOVE HHM f T GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION R. M.HORNE coordmatlng l of tbe civilian Tkw and era with foe ledlcal profi i till .'. H Crone. neeila rtmi CiMiaultatlona ha I told tb drana nf medical .. I la In n operation wlth.the surgeon generals. In which nrrangeineuta ere mad Tor inwii. .1. w liua.ia la rant nut tbatr i - :u lar "vi It i.iiii i ippiy tin norm at output llf tlll'tll' III till I A general medl-nt I. rd rnniMiad f civilian medics! iiikii of the highest rank haa i n r. . i i Interval lit Waahlligtoi I'fl.ltf villi ill.- Tlila hoard working II "uugh auhcotn mill. . fiimlahca the Meat Informe lion on iniallial and i i - at Hip fighting f the principal in i' i hi. in oricHiilxatloiiH In Amen and mftH al to adelee and rgeon general r COMMANDMENTS BY BRAVE AVIATOR Who Uses His Heid Is I Model to Follow. War Energies of the Nation Now Running Full Speed Ahead CoobciI ei National Defease Re ports o...

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 July 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT )U 1, NO. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO. THLKSDA7, JULY S, 1917. ' " I.VOO Year. 0r. Month .V. i apj. mm mm IN 0. . STARTLING OFFICIALS INTIMATE THAT INFORMATION IS BEIN6 FflEELYBIVEN By Associated Press. Washington, July 6. Officials who for obvious reasons cannot bo mutrtl declared that if the govern ment activities against the Geiman spies in the United States rould he published the news would startle the world. While not admitting they are convinced that the apy system was tntlrely responsible for the "Mark on the transports of Perahlnir'a expedi tion it wax aaid the combined forces of the state, war, navy and juatire department work inn together were successful in unearthing information of an amazing character and of gn at value to the government. REVOLT IN CHINA SEEMS IMMINENT f GERMANS BUSY PREPARING L rnn Armirnr urin innir rurc urriivt mtAK arras Russia Has Proved That She Can Strike Telling Blows. England Also Getting In Shape for Big Battle to be in Same Area. ...

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 July 1917

ThiEveningCurrcnt Wm. H. Mullane Editor and Manager HUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year in advance o.OO Six month in advance :i.Ofl One month in advance 60 Sample copied .05 Entered ai second-class matter April 16, 1917, at the poit office at Carlsbad, New Mexico under the Act of March .1. 1879." Published daily, Sundays excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Company. BAHItW'CK AT FARRELL-RUS SEL RANCH. THE tJI Kl-.N CELEBRATION. Early 'in- city folk might think ux lame, w.,in..-,i.w ,,,,:.,i. if one ' Or call ui "mountaineers' OUR FLAG Our national fVlfBWIII should conscript all golf ground- during the duration of the present war, an the choiceat of land is net apart fur thii purpoie. Claims are made that there re aeveral thousand golf courses in the United Statea comprising on an average of more than one hundred ere each. On thcae moat fertile acres, more than one hundred million bushels of potatoes could In- produc ed, or something like ixty million buahela of corn would be the yield which ...

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 July 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. THURSDAY. JULY 5, 117. LOCAL NEWS Hi i a. laylor, of Sonora, Texan, o purchased the Km-iii i ,-,-. .n ch wu in town Tuesday. Mr. and Mm. Sanderson and sons re ipeiidlnir. the lummer on Black river where they have 1,500 hie; steers pastured and spent the Fourth on Black river. Pan Lucas, wife, Mrs. George Lu cas and daughter, Mrs. Harry Pat chin, and son, "Happy" were enjoy ing the Fourth with their numerous friends and neighbors on Black river. n- . weatherman, wife and Nannie Tiummie. from the UK war., m m.b river at the barbecue. J. M. Cook no-, wife and two fine boys, attended the Farrell-Russell barbecue on Black river the Fourth Harry McKim, one of the proprie ties of the Sweet Shop, wha has been East a few weeks visiting his por tents in Pteau, Oklahoma, returned yesterday. He is well pleased with the vicinity where his parents are located, says they have had plenty of rain and everything looks fine. Julian Smith, wife and daughters, Misses Ethel and Netti...

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 July 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. THURSDAY. JULY i. IUI rgi amw r ta Lower Tire Cost Than Ever NOW Far, In tbe olJ dart, lira sal only aaal moteritU aora Bar lira, bat wara alee a far iafarlar la the avesaat avadaat, that the Aaal aaal laa aaal per ailla war froa M to IN w more ar aaal. higher kaa you pay saw. Vnltad Statu Tirol the Royal Caraf, the 'rVeafcy. ika ThaWo". la. '1aca' .ad the 'Plain'. oaa far evry nerd af prica and use, predutad by tlia larf art rubber manufacturer la Ik a world, produr.d by ika aul wipri.n.d lira nvaaaf actare la the world. WHEN TUK HOT DAYS COME KEKP COOL BY USING A PURITAN OIL COOK STOVE ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION R. M. THORNE r r d by a -triad, asehserve, palrntad, valeaalaing fi, aradacad af aa' W "aa caret ally aeleatad malarial., have to far aaUf a4 a easy staer auki af Ura that 4arW SfaAae Thorn are asasas tor thmir truloomo-oiolnt eaaurJee tkoir laa aaal Bar mate. The proof? Sa consistent at id persist emt tremen dous a laa ia Brian, of Un ...

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 July 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT VOI..1. NO. 6. CARLSBAD. NKW MEXICO, FRIDAY. JULY B. 1917 mm aji v... m u DOCQinrMT CTADTC ! pivloiulmi uiniuo nTRKF All mMFNT w III Km I ILJUU M f IL.I 1 i A LETTER FROM FLOYD STEPHENSON EX-SOV. HUNT LEAVES FOR GLOBE, ARIZONA, 10 ACT AS MEDIATOR By Associated Pre. Phoenix, Arizona, July i. Former Governor Hunt acting on the request of Conciliator McBrlde, left for Glob to act as mediator. Between twenty live and thirty arrests were rrta at Globe following the nrrival troop. Ex-Governor Hunt, acting on tli matter as a direct result or the appeal from President Wilson, said he would try to arrange a truce at Globe Immediately. The arrival of troops has had h quirting effort. At torney General Jones announced to day that he will proceed to Globe to morrow to prosecute whatever rase have arisen on account of the trou ble. The governor is still at Globe. Civil War Is Raging in China By Associated Press. Ptrkin, July ti. Fighting begun yesterday at Lang Fang thirty-li...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 6 July 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT FRIDAY, JULY , Itl7. IREveningCurrent Wm. H. Mutlane Editor and Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES. A MORN I NC. PARTY. At thr horn of her daughter. M J. J Kirrher, in WeatF Carlsbad. Mr MTTUt CRlCl) DEAD. n The one little son in thi home of Mr and Mr. E. R. Alluuii has prt- On year In advance fi.00 Sk month-, in advance II 00 One month in advance 60 Sample eopiea .06 Entered as second-class matter A Mooar pleasantly enterUined ceeded hm parent to the better land number of friends thia mominR. The It seems unbearable to folil the dqar hour set were from 9 to 11 o'clock hands and close the little eye in and the party wan designed to honor death. But the Lord's way should the visiting ladies from Carritn not V (unationed. and the little' angel Springs. Mcsdames McCaleb and will stand with beckoning handa and April 16, 1017, at the post office atiRarnes. sisters nf Mrs. Wm H . Mul- I no doubt will in many ways neip his CarUbad. New Mexico under the Art f Th 1(J,m nt indu) i...

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 July 1917

fg Bvwnwo cummry. fridat. july , itn LOCAL NEWS KJC, Wither.. a stockman from wmr, was t,;riabad visitor Wed- The Corner Drat Store in very at tractive and cool looking ttnce Mr. Hil:ert on 4j hii men have necorated the ceilinf and walls. iKtdly. T Misses Lula Anderson and Molly Murray are in Malaga, having rone down the morning of the Fourth to attend the barbecue. Miai Ore and Edith Bock and all the boys. Roll and EKerett, Boone and Barney, with their wlve. were at Geyner Spring the Fourth. I Mra. Julia Tucker drove down from tfca Thayer ranch Tneeeay and took her listen, Mra. Virginia Thayer and I Mr. and Mra. Collina (lerrell, aim j Nettie Mae Kindel, eat to the ranch and they with the Thayer family, were going to celebrate queen oa the 5th. Green Ussery and family were among the Carlsbad guests that were right royally enierUined yesterday at Geyser Spring ranch. Lucy and Gertrude Slease are the ruests of the Kirkpatrick home, go ing oot Tuesday to spend the Fourth. They are exp...

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 July 1917

lip . TBI. EVENING OJaUUsaVT. rWDAT, JULY t, mi. Fivm torn Lower Tire Cost Than Ever NOW WHEN THE HOT DAYS COME KEEP COOL BY USING A PURITAN OIL COOK STOVE ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION R. M. THORNE For, in tha old day, lira aol only ootl motorUtt mora nor lira, but were alto to far Inferior lo lb present product, thai lha Anal coit tha coat par mile wa, from BO lo 100 or mora par cant, hifhar than you pay now, Unilrd Statu Tirol tha 'Royal Cora", th 'Nobby', tho 'Chain', tha '( ..' and tha 'Plain', ona for every naad of prica and uta, -produced by tha largest rubber manufacturer in tha world, produced by tha noil esperienced tire manufacturer in lha world, produced by a liana-Iliad, exclusive, patented, vulcanising procati, produced of ov" " t carefully aalaclad materials, i bave to far eclif ad a aya ow.er n. ha of lira thai Vniiod Si atom Tirat art famnua tor Ihmir miiragr-giving qualitioothoir lam toot por mil. The proof? tSi consistent ni'd persistent tremen dous M...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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