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

I The Evening Current VOL. I, NO CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO. WEDNESDAY. JULY 25. lilt. $5.00 Year. 0c. Month, 5c. Copy. K. GERMANS CONTEMPLATE PEACE 'B UUINoUKIr lo Reichstag Peace Bill Would Have Kaiser Bid for Terms. U-Boat Influence Is Bad U.S. GUNNERS SINK 6 SUBS OUT OF 7 fly Associated Press. Halifax. July 25. British sailors arriving bora today claim lo have been among the crews of vessels " the vicinity of transport which con veyed tirst American troops to France when it was attacked ty submarines. They state that they are creditably informed German submarines made a concentrated attack and were beaten off with the loss of six submarines, only one escaping The sailors say they were within three miles of the transports and witnessed heavy and continuous firing. By Associated l'ress. Washington. July J.". The second increment of national guards was called into the federal service today. Amonif the states affected are Wyom ing, Idaho and many eastern and Southern states. Bv Associated...

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 July 1917

THE EYENING CURRENT. WEDNESDAY, JULY 25. 1917 ItoEvening Current Wm. B Reliant Editor and Manager l.ntcicu as second flMKH matter I Aptil 16, I'.'IT. at the pol office at f a r I s bad . New Mi x I'd. under the Act of March IST9 Published daily Sunday- excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Company, SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One yeai ill advance fi.00 Bin mORtlM in advance HIM) One inon'h in advance 00 Sam pie copies 06 Onlv Associated I'ress Paper. The BvMling Current is the only Associated Press mper between Ania rillo ami M Paso. We have our own regular day report of the greatest new agency in the world. Such ser vice costs lug money, hut the price of The Current is only '0 cents per month delivered to you. A Tommy in a famous British regi ment tohl the sympathetic visitor who gathered round his bad that he wax lighting from the Monday mOffl ing to Wednesday evening without teeing a tingle live (ierman. Uked doleful this. I pi her one worn h try, hut al I rita. and morrow," what wan worryi...

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 July 1917

1 ' ' ' ' ' ' ' "" '"'' U.m., i .'O ..,'' r . THE EVENINf; CURRENT. WEDNESDAY, JULY 2.-,. 117 I inrAi mm I Will Simmons and daughter KHtie In town yesterday. Mrs. T. J. (ireen, mother of Mm. I Robinson, camp Monday form Miner al Wells to nee and be with the little grandson, Billy, who had such a close .ill Saturday night. He some better today. R. K. Madera rame in yesterday from hit ranch in Texai. Mttle Billy Robinnon. ion of Judge and Mr. Robinson, I nome letter today. Our shirt ami collar work is with out equal. CARLSBAD STEAM LAUNDRY. The Sanitary Way. Evantually why not phone 39 now. CARLSBAD STEAM LAUNDRY. The Sanitary Way. Subjrvt at the Christian churcr. Sunday, July 21: Morning. "Un profitable Servants;" right, "The Rich Man and Ii'.urun " Bob Mct.ullcy came in vtaterrfay from San Hlmvlt will, whrrc he has been for the pant seven or eiirht month- lloh look an natural ik if he went away yesterday, and ia seemi ng -ly as jovial. He says the cattle are doing very well ont that...

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 July 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. WEDNESDAY. JULY 25. 117. Our Advanced Fall Showing IHROI OH THR ARiLITI Of OUR BUYER. WHO is l. NRW YORK, wk ARK ABLE TO SHOW OUR NEW LINK OK FALL DRESSES AND SKIRTS i ii K i k THR LATRRT NRW YORK PALL styi.ks ( onsistini; ok MUNCH serge IN TRH NRW RMY BROWN, NAVY AND BLACK, GREEN AND WLSTEHI A SATIN. RLAOR ( HOR- MRNRR with QROROITTH ORVI sleeves. NEW ARRIVALS IN SILKS BY express we received the latest PALL shadks Off OUR silk DRPARTMRNT. navy IATIN with the new RRONRR RTRJffR) ORRRN plaids, wisteria with hi. UR stripe NEW FELTS IN OI K RAT DEPARTMENT WE HAVE A NEW ASSORTMENT OK LADIES KELT HATS KOR MIDSUMMER. THEY ARE ILL THE LEADING SHADKS OP THE SEASON ADAPTED KOR PRACTICAL WRAR, COMR AND TRY ONE ON. JOYGE-PRUT Go. ACREY KUYKENDALL. Wedding hells rnnir i.. t nlirht tarn (Miss Edna Kuykrndall. of Rocky, and v.iim Acrey irom the nmr vicinity, who were marrii'i! lam nlirhL JuHn- (Richards ..Hi. iatii g, In the presence 01 a numncr or relatives and friends. The ...

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 July 1917

THe Evening Current VOL. J. NO. 86. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY, JULY 28. 1917. FRENCH PUSHED BACK ON AISNE 15.00 Vcsr, 0c. Month. 5r. ( opr. GREECE LEANS ON POWER OF UNCLE Berlin War Office Proclaims Successes in Renewed Assaults Made on French Troops By Asuclated Pres.". nnrri Paris, July M, -Cn-man assaults (flL M A I V UCAfl wen re -opened last n in along ii two I'll If I nii ,1 nrul I mill' front, from east of llucrtehis to i " ' " 1-U MLMU Laboulle, tin' Pranoh official statement M)TI today. At ii rout of trenienilii mis Iommi the Germans won aide to penetrate certain elements of Mm French Bret Him trenches. 1 VENIZELOS ROUMANIANS TAKE 1, 000 PRISONERS AND 35 GUNS By Associated Plata, Patrugnd, July 26, Rumanian force raptured in Tuesdays and Wad noniHyn battle .ii thr Rumanian front ovpr h thousand primmer, say u Russian official statement. Romanian forase also took thirty-five gun anil much military material on the same front ami thr statement adda that the Russians eaptu...

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 July 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT THURSDAY. JULY 2. HIT. Ih&veningCurrent Wm. II. Mullane Kditnr and Manager Entered us second - clan matter April 16, 1917, at the pom office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March :i. IX7P. Published daily I Sundays c vecpted, by the Carlsbad Printing Company. buhscription RATES. OlM year in advance ."i.OO Six month" in advanre 1,00 fM mnnth in advance fiO Be tuple rnpica 05 Onlv Assoc ial cd Press Taper. The Evening Current is the only laaoclated Press panel between A ma- rillo and M PaSO We have our own regular day report of the greatest new, agency in the world. Such scr- VJ Stl big money, liut the price of The Current li only 00 centa per month delivered to you. EOPOLD HELPS TO GOOD OFFICES OF INTER- RESCUE MAN LOST VRNORS IN WALKOUT AT IN GRAND CANYON. LKADVII.LE ACCEPTED MrGraw Nearly Dead of Thirat and Kxhaustion Vt hi n I mind, forest Officer Warn Vgsiat Danger nf I hmiii: I ratio After All-Day Heaaion Operators Reach Agreement to Ahide hy De...

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 July 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. IHLRHPAV JI'IV M, II7. LOCAL NEWS ' Our shirt and collar work ia with out equal. I cakLsbad STEAM LAUNDRY The Sanitary Way. Will Kenton and wife are In town today from their ranch fifteen or twenty mile out. Dr. Pate left for Roswell last night Clauda Jenkins waa up from Malaga "" " busiw trip and his stay will be yesterday, .short. Miss Edith Wake, of Hope, spent severs I days at Avalon dam th ifuest of Miss Velma Hester. Eventually why not phone Hit now. Mrs. M. I,. Dillard will entertain her CARLSBAD STEAM LAUNDRY. Junior league class tomorrow after The Sanitary Way. noon. Miss Margaret Ealkc, who has been very ill since July fith, is convalescent just getting over a relapse. She can now lie up for u nhort time. STOCK. MEN TAKE NOTICE. f0 tons pea irrcen alfalfa hay for sali' at Carlsbad 'Plume T. U. Falke, No. 27.r). Jennie Lou Shepherd of I.ovingtoti ia with her sister. Mrs. Wilks Glasscock at the Metropolitan. She came in yesterday mi the mail rar and expe...

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 July 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. THI'RSDAY. JULY 2fi, 1117. How to Tell the Rank of Our Soldiers and Sailors In Uniform Stripes on Sleeves and Collars Denote What Branch oi Serv ice and What Office the Wearer Holds. IN iheee martial ds,va, ahen the eyea tif tiic livlllan nation hip nMin tba army and nary, every one, fmmtbr boy i and ampflra sttrl age la the sjegy beards and grnndtnothora, i. w h nNi he, anshms la know nil aboni Ikaaa t,i arm f h untry'a de fsnse Wiih the street of nil rifle ami towns run of nfjcefs oil both hram hen the most obvlotta i lt or knowledge lo in llral gleaned n bow t GENERAL LIEUTENANT GENERAL MAJOR. GENERAL C O t- ON El J m LIEUTENANT COLONEL CiiAvH , M AJOR nW IGodf) chaplain CaCTAIN. FIRST LIEUTENANT SECOND LIEUTENANT distinguish not only h tore hliihlj placed ooea, but iboaa arho Itelmiu in tin' rartona divisions of tin inllltar) mi n 1 1 hi personnel, With this and in view (Bare Is pre anted herewith i-otnjirelietialvo se rii'i 1 1 Insignia . win" In. realised ...

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 July 1917

THe Evening Current VOL. 1. NO. H7. I ARI.SBAO. NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY, JULY 27. ISI7. 1 1 Montes Hanged for Killing 16-Yr.-old Girl SHOOTS SWEETHEART AS SHE RACE RIOTS IN PENNSYLVANIA PLEADS FOR LIFE ON BEND ED KNEE. .VW Vear. Me Month. ,r. ( opr. BLOOD FLOWS ON MILITARISM MUST PETROGRAD STREETS BE CRUSHED, SAYS By Associated l'rcss. liver City, M, M .inly 21. Ptdro Hon tot was hanged at laniiM today for tlir murder of hli sixteen year-old sweetheart, Refugta Vlllanueva, In January, 1916, Monies' crime was an atrocious OM, he shooting tn il,'th a 16-year-old ! girl ,m a Silver City residence street a she pleaded dm her knees for hoi life. Since there were no rxti'iiuat imr circumstances in the MM and nothing wait adduced ait the trial to dlopfov thp state's charge of a brutal, pre meditated killing in thr hooting t death liy Monte of hit Hi-ycai old sweetheart, efforts to secure further; executive clemency were fruitless. Hy Associated Prtas, Chester, I'a.. July W. With nrmtd guards pa...

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 July 1917

THE 'EVENING clrreyi FRIDAY. fVLf 27. 117. NUMBERS AND NAMES IN ORDER AS DRAWN 258 WILLIAM EUGENE NBLLYBB URST MAN DRAWN IN BODY COUNTY Numbers a They Were Drawn in Washington l.ant Friday, for thr National Army of 687.000. 2.18 William Eugene Hellyer, Car lsbad 458 Lewis L Seller. Carlsbad. 854 l.crapio Parri. Loving. 7H; Walter E. l)ean. Lovington HIT Ruben Duneard Bcehhans, Oehoe. Ml Claude J Ml kiAS, Loving. 3.17 - Vidal Ruiz, Malaga. ITI Low Carlton Donning, Dayton. 878 John Howard Newell. Carls- al. "i0!' Biwl A. Blackman, Monument Mil Irineo Montoyu, Artesia. !M.ri Tyra Kiigui Harris Runico. 8M Walter (i. Morton, Artesia. MO Stunley urvijo, Artcsiu. 648 Arthur K. Boyd. Artesia. IM Francis Hubert Byait, Carls had 7e4 Floyd T. BMoehanpi Loving ton. 7"i.'i Ldw'uid M. Love. Lovington. 107 Charles a. Ward, Carlabad 818 Alex W Seurcy, Artesia. 37:i John R Brock. Hope. 77ft Wuitm- Eugene Whitfield, Lovington 480 BIlMI Jones Walker, Luke 8M 6(81 810 607 merit. :iu BmmmI Carlabad. 437...

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 July 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, FRIDAY, JULY XI, U17. LOCAL NEWS Mr. Martha Livingeton returned J R. W Dow, of San Antonio, Texas, lait evetiinr from a longer viiit than an uncle of District Attorney Robert hrr mends thought she would enjoy t viaitinir various place of interest and relatives while she was away. Dorothy Dick will have a little par ty at her home tonight. Bol Bruce, county commissioner, from Malaga, is in town today. Our shirt and collar work is with out equal. CARLSBAD STKAM LAUNDRY. The Sanitary Way. C. Dow, is here today visitinir hi nephew and family. Cam Dow of Seven Rivera a brother of R. W. Dow is here also. R. W. Dow ha been eel le-tor of nitemal revenue at El Paoo and sheriff of Maverick county. He is a staunch friend of the news reporter. John Acrey and wife went out to the ranch yesterday taking the big Mr. J. E. Green and two children Mr. II T n,i, ,.f Hi,. Te.."e rancn yesterday taking the tlg of Koswell are the guests of her sis was an overnight guest of the Palace...

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 July 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. KRIDAY, JIMV 27, 1017 HI. I K OOO0I NO MORE. The i.. i l.l m- known here M thp Itlue (ioosp at Sun Jonp went up in rmnkv Wcdnesda night, n total tons to thp 0WT1 AT which amounts! to MOO.OQ r 1700.00) at iMMt. There wan no in- urancp nml Bl there wan no OfN IIMf il. Here teciM to he a mystery an to low the rt oriKinatPil Thp build ing Ml owned by V. R AIIpii and at OfIC time was lined for a saloon, and hail nil tht filinishllllfs Ill It. Ijist Sunday while the folk Were ran) Inn nn Re, kj and enjoying that good dinnei and a rest under the bade tie, . Wright Kllgore derided t.. i . up short dialMce mi l iret the iii. lie- mi'1 inch ami drive down ami to me Rood neater He had a barrel in then io ri II In ami In Mime .., ii Kllgore fell out of thp hark an. I on to one of the mules, which began to ret but) running. The 'imk h' el dropped into a rut anil the hink turned over with the barrel under the bed, As the mules cam running with all the speeil they euld niniiii...

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 July 1917

The Evening Current VOL. I, NO. HK. CARLSBAD, NKW MEXICO. SATI Rim. JULY N. II7. IS.Ot Year. Ml. Month. c, Copy. AMERICAN TROOPS ARRIVE IN EUROPE SWITCHMEN'S STRIKE WOMEN SOLDIERS COMES OFF ON SCHEDULE TIME By Associated Press. Chicago, July '.'x. a strike ( wit hmen belonging to the Brother prnnttn nntiTiunriiT nirrtu i ikinrn nrnnirr -EbUNU UUN MjN oArtLT LANMHI UnN r ..,,,.,,.,, " . .. called yeitcrdsy, became rffpetiv, al nrnuin onno tarn m nr.n nr nmnirn ix this morning un nineteen mil- utnmAU 5U. mtN m t ur districts, By Associated I'ress European Port, July its, Another American emit in gent has arrived safe ly. Thr truOpi arrived by thr HUM steamer un which Kermit Roosevelt, his wife and child traveled. When thr tandOTI rati alongside of the vessel Kriiluy, the men were in high spirits end frequently shouted: "An- we downhearted " This iUcstioil, asked with CAPTURE OTHER FEMALE FIGHTERS By Associated Praas. P.trogra.l, July Js. Whin the Russian Women's battalion, Known offic...

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 July 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT SATI lllVW. JULY 28, 191 T. ThEveningCurrent Wm H. Mulluno Editor and Msnagrr Entered a second - class matter April in. CM 7, lit thi' post ufra . at Carlsbad) New Mexico, under the Act of March ::. i7'. Published daily Sundays rKreptcd, by the Carlsbad Printing Company. SltRSCRHTION HATES. One year in advance 5.00 Six month in advance I! 00 OM month in advance 60 Sample copies 05 WhiN- thr- whole nf Smith Texai has had rum ami alio the Km Qrandc Va b-y nf New Mexico, the Pecot valley Mil hi. Id dry A ear ( cork weed hai bean ra reived by the Carltbad l.iirht and IHnraf Co. to use in thr walls of thr tirw '''Hi to lie i sed ai an Ice fac" kory nd alao a cold i to rage houae. Thf piatji is tn in- the inti ( up tu now mt lit that can i' obtained, 2.17 Thomas Aubrey Turner, Car lsbad. HKI- Jaaaea Marshall Grefory, Jal. 422 John M. Dickson, Hope. 619- Myron S. Ilruninir, Artesia. 1080 ClWrlaa S Snowden, Colora do, Texas. .144 Samuel Warren Crowdcr. Mal aga. K4- Willi...

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 July 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, SATURDAY, JULY 2. 1917. I LOCAL NEWS i hurl. James wa in town yester day from Waco ranch. 1 Mrs. W. C. Bindell, who underwent a sevprc operation at the KUttrr san Karium two weeks tj, returnel to her home lam evening, four milca down the valley. She f 1 1 U much improved since the operation, and will noon lie able to attend to her household duties. K. A. Cochran was in from the ranch yesterday Mm. Fleming ami her niece, Minn DeWitt, of Ioving. were early visitors in the county sea tudny. Mr. am' Mm. Archie Nelson Mid J. S. Perry, Jr., are gaing to Hmm river to join the .l.hn Zimmerman ramping party Miss Mildred fate, who is substi tuting an teacher for Mr. John Harta horn during her absence from town, (rave a picnic dinner at the Spring yeiter&ay afternoon to ten little girl. They went out In car at five, re turning at 7 :H0. and quite a pleasant time whs hud. C. N. .lone und Y. K. Allen were out at the I.ee Brown ranch yester day going out to see ahout movi...

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 July 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. SAT1WIMY, JULY 28, 11 7. r Embroideries I MM OPTRRING Kilt 01 K Embroidery SALE MONDAY I. in INTRRRRTINU 1 1 RMR AT VRR1 Low "UK i s SPECIAL MONDAY ONLY M.I. KMHROIDRRIER ON FIRRT I milk D THORR DIRPI win IN WINDOW. Our Entire Stock of Neckwear Half Price T. C. Home Names and Numbers in Order i2J E j Ml Bamuel David Mitchell, Car ! Isbad, As Drawn. 1 1 milium il limn I I rut Page.) mil' MM Rmil E uii. Carlsbad. Mi .! Huffman, Arteala. Tun liwifi li Bhepard, Loving tun. .114 Harvey C. Burrows. Uovln Ion 1072 Karl U. Wood, o,hou. bit- Edward Uteri Lunghlin, M.. ilium-n i 2WV- Hum-He Leslie. Carlsbad Wl!)- Joseph K. it., ii Kasary, Eunice 4- .Lin..-- Huff Lincoln, Malaga. 860- Fred Duuglai Kant, I arlabad S- John Elhy Adkini, Eunice. 4W Jasper I.. Funning Lakewood 4n Caspar N'miiaii Foemark Car- Miail. MM William Qarratta Reed, Laka Arthur. -(! Leslie tiny Turner, Carlsbad mo William C. Raid, Carlated. 777 I min ii' R. Stamluril, Loving Ian. .in Cma tunica, Carlsba...

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. — 30 July 1917

TEe Evening Current VOL. 1. NO. H9. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY, JULY M, 1917. H.N YMr, title. Month, .Ir. Copy. PEACE TALK SHOWS WEAKNESS i EN S STRIKE SWITCHM IS SETTLED By Associated Press. Chicago, . I ly 30, The strike of switchmen who in members of train men brotlMrhoodi on nlntotn roods entering Chicago which Iwd heen ef fective itnco last Saturday morning wo Mttlod this morning. An itrlktn ure tu return to work. The settle ment followed an nil niKht confer ence hetwoen representatives of the switchmen and railways. According to ajoint statement issued liy the MM" ferces the closed shop COUM to bo an issue and the, traffic on effected rail roods will mow unhindered. CHANCELLOR MICHAELIS SETS PEACE RUMORS AFLOAT CALCULATED TO WIN FAVOR WITH ANTI-WAR ADVOCATES DANGEROUS SPY Hy Associated Press London. July :n T statements by the German Chan " l Aattro- llungnniui forcigr mil ' r. wh.ch arc regarded here as a misly made in eolloa on dominate the news mi umns of the morning pape...

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 July 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT MONDAY, JULY M. 1917. TSiEveningCurrent Trt RFRflNSTRIIRTl .W WW . MUfT TO TAKE SONS i rich FIRST I.AhEVYOOIl NEWS. Wm. II. M ullane Editor ami Mnnugcr Entered h Mcond - clsss matter April 16, 1017, at the post office at Csrlsbsd, Nea Mexico, under the Act of March it, IB79. Published dally Bundayi excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Company, Sl'IISt RII'TION R VI ES. One yi'iir in advance Six monthi In sdvsncs tin' month in ndvance Sample coplsi 6.00 MO .60 .05 s n isi li:i w I i ll THE west. OUR WAR WRECKS Big Estate In New Jersey Open ed For Service In August. TRADES WILL BE TAU6HT (By 1 1. vim' Boucher in l levsloper i 'mine Mil tin mi Watt, where the sand itormi prairie crest; where we've ratleennki venegar roam, And the night birds whlstli .lolios." . N. M Golden iver the wee - pli nty and "( asry Where the i nyott cents. And the buHbal a Ire fenc Where Hie Mexlcsn ahipporwill Join in the chorus Hill". 'a ."'alp brings fifty leepn mi tha barbed piail and tb ...

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 July 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, MONDAY. JI'I.Y .10, 1HI7. LOCAL NEWS Harden ("lurk li in town ihIuv from thr run. I. Mrs. .1 W Hamilton and thr three grand children returned to thi. ranch yesterday, leaving her daughter. Mm. Pickens, still very ill at thr Eddy County Hospital. There ha la-en no Operation for appendicitis yet. as she has weak heart. Her father, Mr. Hamilton, is in town today. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Acrev have roomii for house keeping at the Metro polltnn (Jertrude Slnase has a spi n inc. I ankle today caused y stepping on some apples. Win n ready for that new fall suit, see hte KM V Price and International lines at RALPH, The Cleaner s. Let it rain, we will do your wash ing. CARLSBAD RTBAM LAUNDRY, The Sanitary Way Mi. and Mrs John A, rev left for the plains country Saturday after noon with their uncle, Asa A. rev. where they anticipav visiting a few weeks. M It. Smith, wife, baby and Mrs. ij, Ei Irecn. and two children from Roawoll, and the mother of the two I ladlet, Mrs, McOIII,...

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 July 1917

THK EVENING CURRSNT. MONDAY, JULY SO, 117. r SPECIALS lor MONDAY AND TUESDAY WE AUK t.oiNt. TO PLACI ON BALR ol It UMTRD STOCK ! LADfRaV SUITS t UNMBTINQ OF PRKNCR skulks AMI OAfHUMMM AT .'.on. ALL ROOD FALL OOLOM I . ii i s VPTRRNOON AND BVntlNQ DUHH AT ONI HALF MUCE HAVINU raw NUMRRRI Of VPTRRNOON AND RVRN1NG DRRRRRR AND T MAKE ROOM K)H OUR LARGR FALL stock DOMINO, wk AM OOtNfl TO I1LL IT ONI ll M.l' PRICE, Wl RATI A FRW M MHKKS OF LADIH SKIRTS VAI.UKI) I I TO 2.Vn AT ONI ll M.K TO ONI THIRD OFF. CHILDREN'S DRESSES, 1-2 PRICE THRU A 1 1 thk pick OF thksimmkrs DMRRRH consisting OF FH)UR, RIFF si itinc;, (MNOHAIU AND PDF UN. 1-2 PRICE Joyce-Pruit Co. " WI want YOUR TRAD1" EXTRA DEPUTIES EON COUNTY CLERKfl Not CONSTITUTION M i.iik i'.;.. ,i ui I'M,- a n't iiniii Water Dm larva AltanMjHJawral Pattaa. LD1T OF CLAIMS. i i i of Claim Paid by DM Hoard nf mi ni CararaennkMera of kii lounly. Since April 2nd. 1H17, until July 2nd. HIT. Ohnptor M. Baailon Lawi of 1917, providing for the emplo...

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