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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 13 July 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT VOL. 1. NO. 7.V CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY, JULY 13. 117. J', mi Year. Mr. Month. .V. ( oy. I W. W. TRAIN IS MET AT EVERY STOP AND FORCED TO MOVE ON Letter From H . H. Cloud "Millionaire Tramp Over 1,000 Strikers Are Outcasts Wander ing Without Food-Not Allowed at Columbus BUYS TWO-BIT BIKE TO. 60 'ROUND 6L0BE AND MEETS UP WITH CURRENT STAFF WEST OF HOLBROOK, ARIZ. 1 87.000 MEN TO BE DRAFTED FOR FIRST ARM Y: NEW MEXICO QUOTA IS 2 292 By Associated Press. Washington. July II, announced that one hundred I eighty seven thousand men are to M selectad for the Hint army. The iiuota for the following states are Arizona. I1.472; Colorado, 4.7.rri Ky Associated Press. Kl I'aso, Julv II. MMt, if not ill of the twelve hundred of !, W. V."s. and sympathisers arc still nt Hemi anas, New Mexico early today. -cording to officials of the Kl Pas., und Southwestern railroad. Hermanns com.ists of h railroad station and three or four houses. The officials said the water supply wan...

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. — 13 July 1917

THE EY15NING CURRENT. FRIDAY. JULY IS, ltU. TkEveningCurrent Wm. H. Mullsne Kditi.r and Manager VMCRIPTION RATM. One year in advance 1 ' Six month? in advance S.OO One month in advance 60 8a in pl: copies 06 "Entered a second-class matter April 1, 1917, at the poit office at Carl- i New Mexico under the Act f March B, lH7!t" Published daily, Sundays excepted, by the Carlsbad Print irtg Company.- OUR FLAG NOBODY HKEM.H TO I. W, W8. I.OVE THK VAINLY SEEK DE TREASURE SOTO IN INDIANA Kingman Arlaona, duly ll Sixty three men dcpor-te,1 from JtrolM V'-" terdiiy M Industrial Worker of the .World actlv in the atr.ke there .ir rived lu re today from Needles, calif where armed cltiens hud met the oor I in which they wen- held prisoners ml caused its return to AritOM on! the ni xl Ml hound train S-oi f the men said they had j lieen victims of iinfortuna'c rircum- tancei tn the clash between tlu-ir1 organisation and union mthcis MM 'nine operators. Several dec Ui red thev hud lieen 1 forced to ...

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. — 13 July 1917

TEE EVENING CURRENT, winiv im v .1 ...7 LOCAL NEWS 1 FI8HINC PARTY TODAY. Mm. C. Tibbetts and the children 4 i in town today. The friends of S. I. Robert arc ileaaed to see him at his place of msiness again, liut the "Judge" is not looking as well SI we had hoped to see him. S W. Hill, better known an Grand father Hill, M. I.. Hughes, and W. N. Rloxom are on the river today catch- hi' nil the fish, going early thin nuun- hkfi Sarah Randcls (colored) who un derwent the aerious operation at the Anderson Sanitarium, about three weeks airo, expects to be dismissed to morrow. Work is progressing nicely on tli I new cottage that is Iteinir built on the Claud Nelson property or juat outh of the bljr green house, Mr. and Mrs. Nult occupied, J. A. May. .!. R Mines iind J. S. Oliver are going to Roswell tomorrow nighl to drive down u new Franklin six for S, A. Mav. n new Podge fof Jack Hines and Mr. Oliver will drlv a new Podge through. W. J. Oushwa. a stockman frn"i Pnvton. is in town today....

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. — 13 July 1917

THE EVENING f tKREKT, FRIDAY. JULY IS. 117. Regulations Tell of Men Drawn Who Will Receive Exemption In Draft Rain Laid" Down by President Give Local Boards Eiart In stroctioni to Follow In Every Csse Men Who Have Dependents, OHice Holders, Munition and Mail Workers Are Some Who Will Be Out of It -- THESE CLASSES EXEMPT; STATUS MUST BE PROVED These eioauea aro rteept frum draft ni-'ii priu if lif tin' r slums Men lodlaponaahlp in indiMtrtos nereeaaiy t ti' nielnienuueo of the military cslnl. I r the national Internal Mm with wlvea. chlidien. ir ente, btwtborn or ulsters depend lit anlely MH1 tin m tin Support Mf mhei - nf reiaagnlsed rcllKlniia sect a w i erred forbids boar ti; K nrntH students of divinity, ordained or regular ministere i.ogieiative, judicial and nsn tive ofAcpiR if tii I'nIMd BUMS or tin- naiea of the I n Inn Men In Hip rint ur najt uf ti.r Doited Rfalea C.eruiana and allMa whn haie not taken out tlri iUla Shl tfjfjsea Wnrkrnen In III artiimlea, ar eenela and navv ...

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. — 14 July 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT VOL. I. NO. 7. CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO. HATCRDAY. July 14. 1917. f '.00 Year. 80r. Month. Sr. Copy. Ml GERMAN KAISER ABDICATES. IS UNCONFIRMED RUMOR Reichstag Turns Against Emporer William and Clamor for Peace Grows. Germany's Political Crisis Reaches Acute Stage-Hollweg Wffi Step Out Strikers Placed in Detention Gamps MackFI etcher Is Shot BR006HT FROM HERMANAS, ARIZ., TO COLUMBUS, N. M.; GUARDED BY CAVALRY By Associated Press. fnlnmhui N M I,, I., li PIauIii guarded by United Stat.- cavalry I from Douglas, Arixona, ., tpecial freight train carrying the deported , strikers and others from Hermanns, arrived at sepen fifty and the exiles were delivered to Colonel Sickel, the camp commander. The deported men will be placed in a detention camp , here pending further instructions; from the federal government. Ra-1 turns of canned sa:mon, bread ami water were issued upon the arrival of the train here. The exiles will remain in the ramp until late today when they are to b...

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. — 14 July 1917

- ' B.I I'. '. J THE EVENING CUMHWI SATURDAY. Jaly 14. I17. Wm as T&EvcningCurrent Wm. H. Mullane Kditir and Manager SUBSCRIPTION R TES. One year in advance .".00 Six month in advance B.0 One month in advance 60 Sample copies 05 Entered second-cla matter April 16, 1917, it the pott office at Carlsbad, New Menico under the Act of March 8, 1H7 " Published dally, Sundayt excepted, hy the t'arlihad Printing Company. OUR FLAG TWO-HEADED CALF IS LATEST FREAK IN U. SJS ENDED HIDE WILL 8E SENT TO DEN- "00 GAMBLING DOOMED FOR an rn nr. awn nv PERIOD OF WAR 8Y SET- 11.11 IV UL iiiuuiiilu VI SKILLED TAXIDERMIST TING MAXIMUM PRICE Chicago, July 11. --Traders tonight interpreted the action of the Chicago Oatl of Truile today in fixing a max : . . , . m i nu .. I ,!..... cty luesday the body nfa call tha C, M' deliveries in ,orn a prBl.. ........ r. . ....... ....... 1 1 1 j . ' i terminat inir '-'ii, xneculfitinn in the United Rta'.cs iluring the war. ted Clovla, N. M July 12. K. W, Me- liui...

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. — 14 July 1917

Tgjj EVENING CUBSKHT. BATUftPAV. July 14. Itlt. ' LUUML WgWO 1 l! W O. Woemer left for hit home atl U. 8. Hamilton, the builder, lift IlKnowies on the mail car thla morn- jthii morning for Lovington. H goea ma-, n. vi. sav tn glare or tne Djr ine Areata road, which is barely lelectric IlirhU and the throbbing life ' passable, the other road being abso of a large city arc too much for a lutely impassable through the sands. .country Jake, so he decided to return Mr. Hamilton hai secured some good Scott Etter is in Roswell going up home, building contracta which he will push yeaterday. at once, one being tbe new bun . V k J rrr-; ,. ' A M nwf the bu(ildin; 5 f ftsss Webster, of the lower valley, is Santa Fe, is in town today. Mr. Hove return '"'ween this and Thursduv. in town today. ; D.ritjn,f hi. desk and' other office I . . ' ! furniture and will insUll an office in' lhv '"""'t fire ' Alamo hot est Amarillo. He wil I not move hi. R"ve has b.-en cauatng a lot of .household, preferrin...

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. — 14 July 1917

THE gVaWIHB CUBBBNT. 8ATUBD.AY. Jaly 14. 1017. WOULD REDUCE MINIMUM HEIGHT Rtturcb Council Wants Bm t Filters In the Army. TIEY HAVE A HARD PUNCH Irylt Strength U Not Essential , Iwtetllflenc. anil B.v. , Jeps. Av mgmg P. v. r.n T and a Fourth Iwahaa, Lie hod tha Rutoiana. Wha Ara Tailor -Tmung Incrtases Height. Many an .nleni young American pa triot anxious i aerva hi i-oiiutry n tha Bgbllug Una Ik kicking bli heele with vexatlnu tie. a use Uncle Haul coil aider, hint loo abort In nature to make tha kind of soldier I win Han waul. Ha na) If brave ami lnlilllgant a al strong and sound In lulml and UBb, but I.. ti. i' hum iii- hardest lie iuohi make more I ban live leal ig or three lu Im-h and Iharaforo nmat of necessity remain lu civilian Kirli while hla aoul longs for olive drab la tile da), of old, when I hi' lirui' rtrrim'lh ..f soldiers of almost greater luinirti Hum luuver.v. height era a mailer of llrst (nnsld eratlon Inn now that tain strcugth baa bea-oinc asbordlsata to natu...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 16 July 1917

kid I THE EVENING CURRENT YOL. 1. NO. 77. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO. MONOAY, JULY 1, 117. 15.00 Year. Mr. Month. It, Copy. NATIONAL GUARD BEGINS TO MOBILIZE ENTIRE FORCE WILL BE GALL ED IN REGULAR U. S. ARMY SERVICE ON AUGUST FIFTH. By Associated Press. Washington, July K Mohilixation of the National Guard began today while no orders for tlx- embarkment of state troops for France will be f n until August 5, when the en tire force will be formally drafed in to the United States army. There art indications thst some divisions an regarded as ready to go on board the transports soon after that date. FACTION IN AUSTRIA'S PARLIAMENT PASS PEACE BILL By Associated Press. Amsterdam, July 10. It is repo ted from Vienna that the (termini and Bohemian members of both he up per and lower houses of the Austiian parliament hmve adopted a resolution setting forth a desire for peace wilu in the country and the possiliility of living side by side with the Czechs without the abridgement of "National Self D...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 16 July 1917

THF EVENING CURREN1 MONDAY. JULY 10. WIT. V TuEvening Current Win. R. Mullane Editor and Msnsger SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year in advance 8.80 Six month in advance . 11.00 One month in advance 60 Sample copies - 05 Entered ai second-class matter I i t Iim nv iat i ifu I 1 1 rt mi in mm r itf nr. April 16, 1917. at the pout office at . , .,,. ... .u. Crlabad, New Mcco under the Act,, w w ,,. .,.(.,,.t Wilson i f March 3. 1879" Publ.shed daily. ,.m.my ,,.,,,,,, h.vo bwn Bundsys excepted. y the Carlsbad ,,, ,,ul lt jh Mi4, how.vor, that the W. C. T. V. MEETING. The open meeting of the above nam ed organization wan held at the Meth odist church laat night and was very successful in point of interest as well us numbers, the church heinii comfortably filled. The members of the local mguni- i i. ii l .... -.,.ii mi in, imuuin hiiii IT" ""T " " " """" "nK "" from the White ...-. II uu.,nini ...v, u,, ......... Kl v. I. W. W. STRIKE NOT FINANCED BY GERMANS lly Aaaocialed Press. Washington. Ju...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 16 July 1917

- THE EVENING CUE BENT. MONDAY. JULY 18. HMT. LOCAL NEWS I JP Aud Luak left for the day. ranch yester- ('. 8. Meece and Part, from Artesis were registered ut the Bates yester day. J. W. Hamilton, from the foot of the Gaudalupe mountain, ia on the i streets today. I All the LatestiFiction The Dark Star. IViNttetwion. .Irry, Kindle, ('inaWlln .Innr. Th Monti tO I ihIit Ktamliiift. hikI man elhsi'S. R. . DICK I Mian Dorothy Mcintosh, one of the favorit young ladles of our town, re turned from a month's visit in Boa well, the guest 0f Mian Mary White,' coming down from Roswell with Mr. Holt Saturday and joined her mother here and left for the ranch at Loving ton today. DRUGGIST Henry Russell and Jim Johnson, hoth of Roswell, were guests of the Bate hotel yes'eri'av. 'HONE 9 PHONE t Mrs. Hi L. Riley and the children returned r rulay evening from a visit Henton 0. Mossman came in from "T, M" N Dickson, his ranch Saturday and transacted fnd Li"111'' at Kd Hlu,f- Tht! business while in town...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 16 July 1917

e ss THE EVENING C3ENT. MONDAY, JULY Is. H17. 4 KGermanSubs Sunk bylLS. Warships ' German Report Loss of Newest and Best U-Boats Which Were In Fight With United States Warship Convoying American Vessels with Troops on Way to h ranee Jyfcf I S IHb- I I Irrmifl jL' v b aa sal saaywHBanj Basa. i, saaaax? an bbbVbbi gen k 'awae Ky Associated Press. i lonoan, .Inly M. -Kour of the larg est and IMWt modem Herman subma rines wn destroyed by American warships which wore convoying the first installment of American troops to K ranee , according to a report from qucradlng under false (ii i man sources as contained in a Heme dispatch to I Koine news agency and forwardei' lisaa RoiM B the Central News agency. TRANSPORT LADEN WITH TROOP A tttN FROM AN AKRO PLANS AVIATOR'S AID StATCO ON THI WINO OP AN ASRO PLANE WHILE OBSERVING "SOME WHCRS IN ENGLAND" C O American Aviators to Sweep Into Germany In Huge Aerial Fleet h lives Up to AU Our Traditions i Doing Things on s Splen did Scale, Says Secre tar...

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. — 17 July 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT OL. 1. NO. 78. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, TFKHDAV, JULY 17, 1917. M.M Yesr, 60c. Month. .V. Copy. .s . ERMANS RENEW HL FOflV CO FXFMPT STRONG ATTACKS mmm FROM FIRST DRAFT . i , iTTMin.ii m i yc tu ir ni'nru i runt I . LIVESTOCK POISONED v AsseeiateH Pi-. I ana, July I i tiermiin troops HUM a strong attach mi the French naitionii in the vicinity of Teton hut ad, it ia officially announced tndav no naieimn ,i .. savs the Khir.-. and regiments raptured w I lands ( hp north of Kulus. Ax t h Qtrmm t-iv "n ni' iioui .of cm toe lU.lkn. PVAl'llutn.l Itl.i liill-n ... I ., rested to the outhern 1 anl: of the Riss Army Shifts Positions By Associated Press. Pctrograd, .luly 17. Thr war office announced today that Russian troops have abandoned Kalui in custom (lalicia, hut have lUCCOOdsd in secur ing the crossing of the I.onmtea river The Russians drove enemy from the village of Novica. BYI. W. W'S. By Associated Press Klamath Kails, Montana. .1 lly Evidence of wholesale potion t...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 17 July 1917

HIT. EVENING CUMIN! TUESDAY, JULY IT, 1917. I ! T&EveningCurrentlOTATT I INIVFRITY Wm. H. Mullane Editor and Manner 0 I H I L Ulllf LllOl I I SUBSCRIPTION RATRB. Onf yeai in eh nin e 6,00 8;x months m advance :'. One month in advance fiO Sample copies 05 Entered an second-class matter April 1H, 1017, at the pout office at Carlsbad. New Mexico under the Act of March 3, IH7!'." Published daily, Sunday excepted, by the CurMiad Printing Company. OUR FLAG STANDING IS HIGH BOILED SHIRT DOOMED. Starch S . .-. Alao ' " i- Ban on Stiff Calliri The Impwealve "boiled shirt" and the i foliar it about in ; their adieu fur Hi'' period nf f lie wnt. If one nf the pel pinna nf the new food administration la it fried to lla logical con' ln-ton This was brought "'II when Hr It. I. w wnimr temporary i hlof of the food ronaervatlon department of Hie admin latralloli. sul Home of the man ways In whlili ihe pie of Ihe t'nlled tales would In- asked In . onsen fuod material It Wilbur 'ii i led atlentto...

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. — 17 July 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, TUESDAY. JULY 17. HIT. LOCAL NEWS E. Kaufman, MM of the Boston More proprietors, ii ill today. K. K. Hepler of Loving was an nvcr , Ii' guest of the Rates I. J. Robb was in town yesterday from hi farm down the valley. W. B. MrBryde of Lovington w in from the ranch thr last of thr work. THE LATEST Till Mi IN TALKINC MACHINES Playerphone Clay Victor. Columbia, Cat he or Kdion Kc.nrcl. Co TIN in und let us show you R. . DICK Phone ! DRUOOI1T Phone U I l,et u do your cleaning and pressing I me iwenuetn century way on the Am erican steam press. Special attention ! given to ladies worn. RALPH, THE ( LEANER, J, K. Farrell and s..n. .lack, are in from (ieyaer Spring ranch todny. Mr, l'arre ssya they will turn over th ranch to Mr. Taylor when he conn... urn! he is in Texas netting his catt.i thai he will bring to the ranch here. Mr. Knrrell and family will move to town. W. W. Jernigan, one of the stockmen from Weed, waa in town Ian! night, a truest oi me oaies. Mrt. W I....

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. — 17 July 1917

anaoaagac WiwfM THE EVENING CURRENT, TUESDAY, JULY 17, Itll, 0 1-2 PRICE Ladies' Wash Skirts wi. iiwi; i.imi ii i) mmiii.imh uiiTi; WASH skikts THAI t tVE mm: UOlNfl TO PLACE ON HALE Wednesday and Thursday CONSISTING Of PLAIN WHITE, (1ABBRDBNI PIQUE, K E V V, HONEY-COMB WITH PIQUE si'H.li.. RANGING PROM T(( I6.im M l BE l 1-2 Price n it MENS DEPARTMENT sunns 89 Cents vK HAVE LINE i MRNR SHUTS IE BOUGHT ON THE MABKHT TODA1 WOULII RETAIL POB ILtl I 11 JM. CONRIRTING OB LIGHT GBOUNDB WITH SPORT 8TRIBHB IN M l. COLOBS, sol T D s i n P CUPI s. s m.k PRICB Si) Cents Joyce -Pruit Co the HKi cool appearance of tbe ilftfWfB. Since the arriVM I at ue Ann ilcane tin- aillce here had la wink at Hie law prohibiting Kinging and mulr In . a fe ml r.-iuiii iini- aa II In tmioaihle to prcient 1 hf enllnre. niailnoa nml regu i r fioai gathering guarleta anil teaching the Canadian and Auatrallatia the ncweat ragtime alra direct from America. lbs Clark Jewel Oil Stove SAVES MONEY AND TIMB Aak Your Neig...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 18 July 1917

The Evening Current VOI,. 1, NO. 7!. CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO. WKDNF.SHAY, JULY IX, 1911 Vmr. title Month, 5c. Copy. Plan Is Complete for Conscript Drawing TIME AND PLACE ONLY DETAILS lir A WV DCCCDWCQ idt npp.inpn iiphn ry ULni I lLuLlfLu nv ulviulu wi w 11 tit OFFICIALS. REICHSTAG SUMMON- GERMANS FAIL IN ED THURSDAY VERDUN SECTION By Associated Prom. Washington, July 18. Although are still lacking. Crowdcr began final preparation" for a national lottery plan for drawing which has been worked out' in detail and has heen approved by Secretary Hoker. It will be carefull) explained to press reprr aentativea before it ik given out tor publication. The machinery for the lottery ha been arranger? and only pointa undecided are the exact place in Washington where the drawing will take place and the date. It in sug gested that the committee room at the capital should be used. By Associated Press. London, Jui II dispatch to the BMhmngo Telegraph front Berlin an mm in, r. that Chaucellor Michaeli...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 18 July 1917

THE EVENING Cl'RRENI WKDNKSllAV, JULY 18. ISM" CHURCH NEWS tr ;.uuriiiiiijLnt Mr J",,? h" ju,t rciu,m'a' ,rom dwty sheriff has iMlLVcniriKVIlrTCIIl liuadalup. inly where he ha been A KM SHATTERED IN V w - .77 75 lor Um punt twelve days looking after DtTIL YITH A HAD MAN Wm. H. Mullane Editor and Manager ,hree 1(r four 0f workmen, lie! is now working, along stretch of Kurt Sumner, N. M., July IB. road that is aomv two hundred miles Deputy Sheriff Ofello Silva wan shot long, taking in the highway from by Arthur M. Smith while attempting Kenna to lexico and frOM 'lexico to to arreit Smith for threatening J. N. EnCino. Me believes that there will Akin of Yii with a deadly MUM. SIBSCRIITION RATES. One year in advance Six inonth'i in advance One month in advance Sample copies S.00 I 00 .60 .08 I... nm.u r.in I ii.u.l u,,rL ,. , I , i 111 i , I i u I. . , I i. 1 1 . . 411 . 1 I w " " p.wH.i.....u nnrr uir snooting iT1 r r.uva nwiru inrougn state am mm year man in that uon going to the Smit...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 18 July 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. WKDNESPA i . JULY l, 1917 .1 LOCAL NEWS Green McComb, from the point of Frijolc, ja in town today. Glenn llamhlcn, who fttl been ill for three or four dsya, ia better thia morning. Mn. Jim Baker, who ii ill at the Anderson Sanitarium, ia improving every day. A. ('. Nutt, who ia visiting home folks at Lovinfiton waa an over-night guest -of the Bates. Little Allene Reed, who waa brought to town Monday for medical treatment is much better today. Miis Gladyi Nevenger ia spending the week with her sister, Mrs Will Ed Tarter, at the farm. THE LATEST THING IN TALKING MACHINES Playerphone Plsys Yirtor, Columbia. I'alhe or Edison Records I'umr in and let us show you R. E. DICK Phone ! DRUGGIST Phone 9 I Mrs. Jennie Wallace, who has been IN the valley visiting tier daughter. 'Mrs. Marian Walker, and her parents, IM. H. Wilson, also sister, Mrs. Will Calton, returned to Roswell the first of the week. T. Ci Johnson, who was station agent hern at one time, and with his wife,...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 18 July 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, WKDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1917. I DELINQUENT TAXES SINCE STATEHOOD TOTAL $1,444,824 VAST SUM REMAINS UNCOL LECTED FOR 1912 16 PE RIOD; RECORDS OF COUNTIES SHOWN New Collection Law Susceptible to Abuse (prn Men mi tm Review) Aecorritni in tabulations made by tht rnmn i there art outatABdlni unii.ii' i i.-.i Intel of 1112. I'M::. 1914 Mill! Hit, l lolluws THAR 1112 (in ... in ... liu .... Total 1 i M , u i . r.. l'.llft , ur yet available, aa Iba last hair of ibe roll-. . for that year Is no bln saade The above arc completed ywars It It almoit a year since tba age an half of I :!!. taxes were due: vet the la.; t t ihowfl ntily M8 par rent col tactions Hj counties for the four years roe u 111 ate ajraB more significant 1Mt1T3 ' Into groups f thirteen eonntiee each, una arnnp has a total delinquent) of f30.t 42. Or IT per sect of the total for all countlee and the other a total nf LOM XIMft or 71 per oent of the total for all ooan lies The 1 tail . grouped by perren tagea...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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