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

THE EVENING CURRENT vm. 1 kin m ...... . 4..'". hef i" i fk AriM I I II I irrtl I i ir-A r.rAr r xu n UU I ft LA U N n i Hi Hmr h liii m r w vifeni ua i gg gg i g gg iuv U 1 IV I EXPLOSIVES ON LONDON 1917. r H.N Year. mi. . Month. . ( opju CO. B CELEBRATES GLORIOUS FOURTH Probably the Greatest Air Raid Ever Made on English Capital. Thousands of People Throng Streets to Witness Battle in Air. ALL GERMAN AGENTS WED ARRESTED By Associated l'ress Nrw Vork, July v. Ileini-ch S is haunch, former German army attache, whom the United states government decided to tend out of thin country was placed aboard a Norwegian steamship hy agents of the depart ment of justice immediately after the arrest of all German agents who arr suggested of activity against this country ami ordsred from Washing' ton. GERMANS ATTACHES ASKED TO LEAVE UNITED STATES By Associated Tress. Washington, July 7. All Germans formerly connected with either the S . a . . iierman emt.assy or any 01 me many consulates in Americ...

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 July 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT FRIDAY. JtTl-C 7. 11T. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. On year In advance B 00 Six month, in advance 8.00 One month in advance 00 Sample copies ..... 05 Entered aa aecond-class matter April 10, 1017, nt the post olTica at Carlsbad. New Mexico under the Act of March 3, 1879." Published daily, Bundayi excepted. Iy the Carlsbad Printing Company. OUR FLAG : m riaftS buying supplies y.m,c.a.at front IS A GREAT TASK Quartermaster General Provid ing For a Million Men. BUYS 343 DIFFERENT ITEMS Francis B. Sayre Appointed to Serve as Secretary. WORK IS ALL IMPORTANT. Man 9m In Rs.ponse o Cabled As qutiti From Par'. Imrnsnae Amount of Equipment Necataary In Tanta and Camp. Already Kalabllehad Abread. Washington. Francis B. Bayr.r son-in-law of President Wllaon, baa been ch.asa an Ration List and Twenty- appointed td serve aa a Y. M. C. A. nina Articlaa ef Clothing Quality af secretary with Ilia Amerlcsn troopa In There Are Forty -nine Different Pur- 20 Is the number to call wkM you wmN...

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 July 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. FRIDAY. JI7I.C 7. '917. LOCAL NEWS ' Walter Brain, foreman at the ranch, waa in town yesterday. KILLED BY LIGHTNING. Dr. and Mm. Foote and rame in from Alpine thin forenoon. District Attorney R. C. Dow came family from I,ovington yesterday where he was railed on a dullness tni with 'V The ladies are serving; ice cream' 111 new county officers. Mr. Dow lin- fw..l cake on the court house lawn S' N l h" "urviv,d 'he something can 1 1 done this afternoon for th. ,.f .k. tne Earrell-Russell ranch, and was to mend this breach of sand that I ,. n;Lt a ....... I cemetery and a solicited. MM Datronaue Is "K"'i guesi oi ssssn aiviaes us irom tne metropolis ol - " Bsssasi, Little Miss Nell Hill, who has been' John Nrvvnp aai verV visiting her irrandmother at m on 'ae 01 Arthur for a few weeks is expected tur' Wednesday home tomorrow Nell it quite a lady now as she goes and comes alon . Miss Allie v . .t, and M: Raymond Livingston came in from the ranch Wednesday and has be...

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 July 1917

EVENING CURRENT, FRIDAY. JVIX 7, Ml. r : - . 1 CLEAN UP BARGAINS M 111 II l IN M M wii wiiii. i rum BROKEN I.INI mill I in S, silt Mil I R Hil l I I I H Or HI Ml Hi II NUI- I Mt OMIS N1 KMIS I, THK1 It K NKW. UK wn RR WORTH TOUR" Better See About, IL. JOYCE-PRUIT CO. WE WANT YOUR. TRADE II STATES TROOPS M n ii v mi hips Every Move Up to Time of De parture Was Marked by the Utmost Secrecy No One In the Port From Which They Sailed W. t Aware oi Actual Departure The oHom inr serroHn ires icrfffii at Ihv llmv uf tin- ifijairfMrt uf Ihr Ural Iniyn fon'p of ii-MMifJH tn iiint rumen fur h'ramr nmi ft n.i ( . u In M mi.. 1 1 ! UMterg rfHaiti n penilinti uanosnci tut nl 11 f thiir ti.lt mm nl In A rum i d k and dlHiM'M hi ini u MNI couvoy uf hatlleahllaj AN Atlantic Port, . iui7 in Um " before 'in" 11 w a 'i' Ii Itli- I In y stole uuii.t Huh morn ing . Keel "i .nut iraimHrt, bcitr tug flit' fkiwer uf A mil 1. us "Ian, a In bill " lu J. Mil lieurriil I'l ill I 1 lien. Ii I unit. li,i . I riK-...

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 July 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT vol. i, no. 71. CARLSBAD, NKW MEXICO. MONDAY. JULY 9. 1I7. I.V00 Year, 60c. Month, 5c. ( opy. EAD; 35 INJURED IN EXPLOSION Government Powder Houses at Mare Island Navy Yards Blown Up, Causing Extensive Damage MAY BE NEW GER- Py Associated PNM, Washington, July 9. -fin men wi-p killed and thirty-one injured in the explosion on Marc lidund today. MAN CHANCELLOR By A i n i .-. I i'i. . Sun Kranriso, July !. Two score (if hou ut the Marc Inland nnvv By Asociated Peas. ""' "n,sn Francisco bay were d stroved lV explosions today Twelve Amsterdam. July '.. The I agblatt l)r flftP,.n maKHr.inen were badly iln" of Berlin, says it in rumored that a laired bv the explosion the force of change in the Cerman chancellorship which broke thousands of window m may be expected. Among those men- Vallejo. about half a mile away. Kit tioned an successors to Von Bethmann started in the wrecked buildnrs ni 'I Hollweir are Prince VniiBuelow. furni-iseveinl buildings used as sic . hg r GE...

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 July 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT MONDAY. JULY . 117. T5.EveningCurrent Wm. H. Mullane Editor and Manager subscription R ATES. One year in advance .1.00 Six months in advance 3.00 One month in advance 60 Sample copies 05 Entered aa second-class matter April 10, 1917, at the post office at Carlsbad, New 'Mexico under the Act f March I, 1870." Published daily. Sundays excepted. Iy the Carlsbad Printing Company. OUR FLAG State Commission Sounds Warning to Railroad Patrons SHIPPERS AND RECEIVERS OF FREIDHT ASKED TO HELP AV0I0 GAR SHORTAGE an aa nut to be discommoded liy rar shortages which are extremely likely during the coming winter. Don't fail to load, where pos sible. 10 per cent over capacity, es pecially ao far aa coal and orea in open cara, lumlier, and other commo- Ulities of heavy hulk are concerned. Tin' lift corporation commission 7 n't fail to load and unload of New Mexico ha I SI nod the follow- y,,UI. cnr juilt jf there were no free htg appeal to shipp. rs and rcccivci- imi. awance. of ...

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 July 1917

THE EVENING CUKRENT. MONDAY. JULY , H17. I LOCAL NEWS 1 i S I 8. N. Lee left latt night for Kansas Panama tank, owned by Willard s nnviiiK ifm .-imurnBy ana nun-mate, nan nve feet nf water from j C Home expects to leave Cali fornia tfday for home. J. A.fttimpson and wife are in from hulk, HI u tr coming yesterduv. jLf Ira Taylor and one of the smaller children were in town Saturday. Mrs. Sarah K. Ellin, of l.nvington, is in town today cominK yesterday C. C. Can was in from his ranch thu morninir nd reports it still dry there. day in town looking after business. I w. . Hell- r . wan called to Irving I ton. to open the big safe, going out with V. S. Hamilton this morninir. local ihower thai 'ell there the other day I Q. M. Mct.nnagill, from Loving. m, was no overnight guest at the PSUKfl hotel Saturday E. L. Tinnin moved hie family thin morninir to the Carl Cordon residence I It ia an eaay job for Mr Tinnin to move, owning the tranafer an he does. Fred Murphy and Karnent llarklev two ...

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 July 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. MONDAY, JULY , I017. 13 OFF On Gossard Gorsets THEY LACE IN KRONT' w: RAW PLACED on HAI.R inn THI PVMMEH ok CUBAN IV. UP M.I. OUSTS THAT WILL MOT HK RsaPLACM) KOR I M.I.. THB1 AM ILL ROOD MOMLI and MM VAl.l'ES. BUT will. NOT BE RBHTOTEHD, JOYCE-PRUIT CO WE WANT YOUR. TRADE FJhglfsh government when it rsnsn to the realization of what the war really meant. That campaign waa immeniely successful in s roue in r the entire people of England to or. u ider- standing the the war and to i titration of personal service w placed upon each individun cn. (To He Continued Tomorrow) ob h it fill- t m mmm chamber of Commerce of the Unit ed States of America, !enernl Offices Kiggs Building. Washing ton, D. C Mav 24, l!H7. To the Members of the Chamber of Commerce of the United Stales: The Executive Committee of the Na tional Chamber, which has recently been holding very frequent meetings at Wnahingtnn for the purpOM of keeping closely informed reitardinii condition which ariae f...

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. — 10 July 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO. TUESDAY. JULY 10. 1917. KM Year. tiOr. Month, Sr. ( opy. 9 il IZENS HERD UP 67 1. W. W S. AND CLEAN CITY OFSTRIKERS i USSIA DEALS SMASHING BLOWS IN EASTERN GALICIA . . . ,, , JMmpmi July 10. (ieneral Ker- ...l .. t ..I.I ,. ., ,, ..1... ill tack of the Teutons and the war of- nre announceu aunmnnm viiiHgvs cap tured. More than one thousand pria oners were taken. The Russians al so captured three lcld guns, many trench mortara. machine guns and quantity of war material. The ene my has retreated to Lomnica river. In two day- the Russians penetrated to a depth of six and two thirds mile west ofStanislau. LOAD "UNDESIRABLES" ON CATTLE CARS AND SHIP THEMAWAY By Aitociated Press. Jerome, Arizona, July 10- One, hundred miner citizens and some with i j'Hes, others with pick handles, star'-1 ed at tunriae to "clean" the town of agitator whom they considered un desirable aa the result of the Itrf1 ! , .,)!,, I last Fridav lv the metal m i ers branch 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. — 10 July 1917

i. THE EVENING CI'RRKVt TUESDAY. JULY la. 117. vening Current Wm. H Mullsn Editor and Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year in advance .1.00 Six months in advance :utO One month in advanes 60 Sample copies 05 Entered ai aecond-claei matter April 16, 1817, at the poat office at Carlsbad. New Mexico under the Act of March 3, 1879." Published daily, Sunday excepted, ty the Carlsbad Printing Company. OUR FLAG WAR INFORMATION We ahuold move today ai if we were to face Germany alone tomor row. The people ahould be given some idea nf thi. mairnitiifl nf tin. fi hi. (Continued from yesterday's Daily) mg. for example, on the weetern frone. Seven urgent matters must Ik- General Sir William Robert m made clear to the people if we are totOhief of the Britiah Army Headquar get that unified action whfch in ner-tera, state that within nix weeka the essary to haiiten our war activity. Britiah alone have expended 200.000 I. That the bank runnot take ton of ammunition in France. He care of the bond. 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. — 10 July 1917

LOCAL NEWS . Ultle started the repair work i.a Niwni bridge ye.iterday. T. Adam is leaving tonight for Littlefield, where they have the sheep. Mri. Hmes and her aom, Jack and Charlea, are very anxious about ClrdO Who whan laat heard from wai M Mara Islxm', where the hi? exploit m occurred yesterday. There ie one ideal apot In ''arl-, bad to spend the evening where you can leave your fan at home and real ly be comfortable, and that is at the Crawford airdome. THE EVaWmO CUBftaPfT. TUESDAY. JULY It, 17. 1 Mrs. J. T. Woodard, from near Otis, SELLERS OPENED THE SAFE. was an early visitor in town this' ,.. forenoon. L. Harkey wife and daughter, Miss Myrtle, motored in from the ranch yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Wm. Bindel was operated on at the Sister's Sanitarium Monday, and is doing nicely today. 0 K Brice of Roswelt came down in the afternoon and returned on the eleven ten train yesterday. E W. Alston, wife and daughter, Gladys, from the plains, were guests of the Rates hotel overnight M...

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. — 10 July 1917

THE EVENING CUBBBNT. TUESDAY, JULY IS, HIT. . , MfW Today less -tires cost than ever Your Mm actually cmI you loM pr mil IncUr thsn they did low yosri ao, i pro. n.t you buy the right Wind of lira. In lha Aral placa, don't buy a nondescript lira thai loans dealer kaa a Ifiih prica motive in lading to you. Buy a lira with a Mini behind It a lira, lb quality af which nuil ba to food, that lha rapulatiew of a great C ompany i protaclad. l ,u I, J Statu Tift, with lha naana of tha Isrgsit rubber manu facturar in tha world bahind thata, ara eafe lira lo buy. Vn.l.,1 Stmt.. Tire, ara contracted under aa esclu.lve Ml triad vulcanising procan that ii patented. B Thay ara honaitly built lha boat saaterieli thai Vojw United StatesTires Wflw A Complete SliH'k of I nittMl Stales Tiros Carried by CARI-SBAl) AUTO CO., WEAVER'S GARAGE ft w f tola fear, umntai ht rs lltMtlon of tha tremendous ail van '.age to ba s(ncd from a successful Irlva throiiitb Hut Hslkans. that led 9 rat to (In- tloma ml of...

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 July 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT VOL. 1. NO. 73. CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY, JULY II, Itl7. M.30 Year. 0r. Month, 5e. Cofy. publican Troops in China Successful TROOPS ENTER PEKING AND EXPECT MANCHU DYNASTY TO ABDICATE By Associated Pren. Washington, July 11. Republican troop have entered Peking anil It ii momentarily experted the restored Manchu Emperor Haun Tung will ab dicate, according to a cable from the Chinese legation. Kwo Chang was General ('hung Haun, military leader coup KAISER S T ROOPS GAIN GROUND ON BANKS OF YSER Radical Changes Im minent in Germany unuro DuiYiuo un CONSIANTINOPl E By Associated Pres. London, July II. An air raid of enemy fleet off Constantinople in an nounced officially today. Bombs were dropped on 'he Turkish cruiser Ywil) Sultan Selim which was formerly th. Qmimim eruli OMkan. The wai office at CotlitMl 'inple a I so was nt tucked Blld a direct hit attained b he Mritish who returned without cni ualties. Hy Associated Press. London, July 11. -The enemy pm ctr...

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 July 1917

THE KVENINC. CURRENT WnNE8DAY. JUL! IJ. 1M7. T&EveningCurrent Wm. H. Militant Editor and Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year in advance 5.00 Six month in advance .'1. 00 One month in advance fiO Sample ropiei OS Entered at second-class April in, inn, at the poit office at Carlsbad, New Mexico under the Act Of March 3, 18711" Published daily, Sundays excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Company. OUR FLAG Ml ly performed. Secretary Mr Adoo's Letter. "The Liberty Loan campaign was essentially one of rd m at ion, and Without the generous and patriotic support Of thepr e of the Nation the hope of thoe in chHrire that it would he a popular loan would not have heen realized. The untiring ef the ennmaign weie a constant inspir Tort or the news pa peri throughout matter lation to the various other groups of workers. At a time when new upace was at a premium the Liberty Loan ni featured at length "Newspaper and magaslnat In their Hewn, editorial, and advertising columns, fought for the suc...

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 July 1917

m .a THE EVENING CUKKBNT. WEDNESDAY, IfLY 11. 117. t I W .1. Mnrmn, a real estate man irvml Mr. and Mm. II .1. Slense the boot , 1 "Lflo , - - - ,,, IKAWIUKiJ AEKllUlYlb july tan. came over yesterday and will he here Ho well and their mother. The young today. J, J. Baker, of Jul. is with the "r brother's wife, Mm. R. H, Sl.ase. party They are registered at Hotel n1 m"H lMy came down from Cole t the Hates who w, ""le"- nnsweii wun mem in their MR car o very ill vesterdav. ...,.eh hi.. ' " ' .no" "uv "" They ii tndav Mr Payne, who has been at the An wp" picascu wun arlsliad and The friend of Mr. Jeiwe Rascnc orry to know she in very ill. WM m- to J. K. Dunn of Koswell in hen- today looking over the work at the Crawford. Mr I'avne. who Iiur been at the An dcrson Sanitarium the past month VPry congenial tourist with a broken leg ,,m a kuii wouml. left thin mi. ning on mail ear with Mr. J. K. Ilonine. for Queen. George Pendleton, who is at the Anderson Sanitarium, in doing as wel as one ...

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 July 1917

THE EVENINO CUBEENT, WKDNK8DAY. JULY 11, mi. LOOK! lilli vol KNOB. THAT THK Roswell Rebuplic Truck Co. Carried full line of Trucks stork, rsnging from I.MMI lb M two tons, and al price at Iron. HI0IMMI to J2.KI.IMI cheeper ihan any olhcr truck on MM mavkrt. We have a llli.iion. no ih ol trucks on hand and in I ram.it. made by Ih largest .IIIOOllI Irm,. IMMtfMlWtal HUM in I"' "" LOOK! :i5.oo cut-tiun and wind shield) i:i20.(Mi 1H60.00 2120.00 July Mhi ItM Kmm direct l you from the factory when you purchuac "Republic." Call and Let Us Show You I MM) II.. Truck for (Including electric lights, top and side 1 Ton Trink wM Stake Body 1 1-2 Ton Truck with Stake Body 2 Ton Tnick with Malta Body Prtooa K. 0. it Boawold until A bunded itawanl forti n mid tty rare, etin i keeping bof periwsipe n Inchoa aieive I water. The t -. ! laiet either din ' not penelve ti . aubhiarlne or sjri fit I ed ber tOO lata, for It MOnd nS ll tun w -i u it t" operate hihbbJo laa line a tonnio boata, the submarine...

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 July 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT VOL. I. NO. 74. CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO. THC'RSDAY, JULY 12, 1917. S.VOO Year. 60c. Month, 5r. Copy. 1 nnn i w w'npn ran fORCED TO LEAVE PHOENIX ARIZ. 1500 Members of Citizens Protective League Heavily Armed Ship Off All Trouble Makers 'By Associated Press. PhuMltX, Arizona, July 12.- The en itire town of Bisbcc suspended busi ness this morning and the t'itixen's Protective league numbering Mtaen hundred, fully armed routed up on j thousand members of the I. W VY I Mofe hd them anil loaded them In " freivht par iae evtmrtnt inn T i l Aooociatod I'reu. iiv.ens outnumbered the I. W V. ud uy Associated Preis. "Berne, July 12. The Voitiche Zal- .those of the I. W. W. who lido" ( - Paris, July 12. After a violent tung says that Von llethmann-Holl- rape from town were rounded up n bombardment the (ie.-mans tried ev- wegg hoa resigned and the emperor the city bastile nark and ther- a era I surprise attacks during the haa postponed his decision whether to strong ifiiard wns...

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 July 1917

I. THE EVHNINC. CURRENT IHURHDAY. JULY 12. 1M7. TSveningCurrent Wm. H. Mullane Editor and Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year in advance 5.00 8ix months in advance 3 Oil One mimih in advance RO Sample copies 05 Entered aa second-class matter April l, 1917, at the post office at Carlsbad, New Mexico under the Act f March 3. 1I7.M I'uhliahrd daily, Sundaya excepted, by the Carliliad Printing Company. OUR FLAG under 12 years ot aire Moat oi nl then them are wounded. Some have lout go on. I"gs or arms, nthem their sight, Mrs. Annit others arc MlfftflM from brain fever .Juanita were or ii puzzling anaemia under which tlicy rapidly waste away. soma let the od work KNOWLRS. Aec Chrlstmai and Cycl me Davis made a business trip to Carlsbad in AMI1 car via Ban Simon road last Ihursdny. and returned to Iho ranch the name lii 'ht. I, I). Mart ma da a bUaiMaa 'all in Carlsbad in his Ford, laat Thursday. Cooley and daughter the guests of Mrs. Jennie Wright at her home west f town last Sunday. Mr...

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 July 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. THURSDAY. JITI.Y II 1017. LOCAL NEWS Mr. Bob Wither ami son were cstcrday. j.Mrs. J D. Hart, from Loviiiirtnti, ipml laet niRht in Carlsbad L. M. IJoerr it Hoinir nicely today Howard Nutt presented the home having spent a very good night. Hii folka with one of Uioho model A SlftO father in Colorado wired yesterday to Kdison phonographs which wan ship know hii condition. ped out to Lorinirton thin week. L Jot Welch and Kon. Lester, are in Ave Christmas who has been in town today from the ranch twenty- town a few day enjoying the shade five milea from l,ovintr. Joe will t rees. and hia friend, Mr Davis, re prove up on hix homestead. tuinrdt o Kunice this morning. Mr. and Mrs Knink Ross, who have been snendinir thr hot weather in, CLASS PICNIC. fY rV i i tit t ( k f mm il... ..I aua. .,.,.. la i.,A-n vestreduv for Mrs. Bert I.eck entertained her over night icueat at the Bates lenv- the first time in quite a while. They Sunday school class of the Baptist intr for ho...

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 July 1917

THE EVENING CUB RENT, THUHSDAY. JULY 12, 117. Midsummer Silk Sale KK HAVK KOI NO in THR LINE OK I AM V AMI PLAIN Sll.KS HOME KXCBPTIONAI, VALVES, THAT WK AUK 001110 TO plate (N BALE I on THESIS sil.hs ARK TUB PKJI Of Ol It si'KlNU LINE INCLUD IV. STRIP I' POPI INS, PI. IIS. Sl'ORT STRII'K AM) A FEW PLAINS LOT NO. I. S I J.'i and l l.. v ..!. LOT no. :. $1! no and 12 lu- 75c or no. : id 11.78 $1.00 LOT no. 2 JO and 11.78 Valui-a $1.35 LOT NO. I MM Value- $1.50 JOYCE-PRUIT CO. WK WANT ROM Tit A OK ' FREAKISH RESULTS OF A TORNADO IN KANSAS Sbipa Church and Teara Clrthi. i ron Mm'i Bach Earring Far Call. M I' tilla, Kan. Aa la alwaya the caee, r" . i I tornado at Andale. eoolh of lino 'I 'I many freaklah tblnga When It leie . I t lie eilce Of Hie block OO which tbe Itninan Catholic church la bnllt In Andale It aeeuied to fuller It Hun headed atralght toward the edi fice and bid r. k. ,t everything tn Ita pathway, hut Jut twfore It reached the church It veered, paealng to the rant and le...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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