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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 31 July 1917

4 w- VOL. 1. no. Hie Evening Current W. ( Mil SHAH. NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY, JULY .11. 1917. M on Year fiOr I.VOO TMT, fiOr. Month. 5c. Copy. FRENCH AND BRITISH TEAR GERMAN LINES INTO SHREDS MESSAGE FROM COMPANY B GIGANTIC OFFENSIVE OF ALLIED POWERS SMASH THROUGH TO SECOND LINE OF ENEMIES' TRENCHES ALONG 20-MILE FRONT ' omoany B, won fust In competl t on trill against nine other companies fetid wi' also hail twelve men in t "om- pny n which won second place, That company being short mi men, twelve boys from Company H. help". i than out, Company B, sxproeees tin It "..ink t,i Eddy count) for the goad tinncs sent, inn I f.ir the lilienil doM ticm. Captain w. w. Doan, INCOMES AND BEER AND WHISKEY MEN HIT FOR MORE TAX By Associated Press. Washington, July Ml.- An Imitates of the ponding billion and sixty-seven million war tax l. II to a total two bil lion ami eight million wan decided upon hy the senate finance commit tee today, Increases on corporations, normal income taxes, incomes of in ...

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. — 31 July 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT TUESDAY, JULY .11. 1917. TheEvening Current Wm. H. Mullanc Editor and Manager Entered as. second - class matter April Pi, 1917, at the post office at Cailshad, New Mexico, under the Act of March ::, 1879, Published daily Sundays excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Company. St;S( KIPTION KATES. One yeur in advance 5,00 Six months in advance 1.00 One month in advance GO lampll copies 06 GEN. MARRISON GRAY OTIS. A suit has I.e. ii started which will probably involve some of the most im pa t.mt Interest of the state. Some one Interested In water in the Pecoi valley has brought sufficient influence to bMr upon the government to have it make an attempt to top pump (If from the river valley. Tin, will Imally interest a rr.nt nuny peopli -La ('ruees Cltili ii ne would Infer from the above that pumps operated away from the Pecot liver and inn drawing their water supply direct from the river proper arc sought to In- interfered with The recti are that the Cals bad Project ha...

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. — 31 July 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, TUESDAY. Jt I V 11. 1917 LOCAL NEWS H. H. Joiner, wife and little daugh ter, of Uoswell. aw .rueji f the Bate. S. ebater was in town the last at the week. and party left Albuquerque Sunday for the ranch and were to have gotten there yesterday. Mist Mabel Thayor is spending the jn(,,, t week with Miss Jayno Kindel. 1 When ready for that new fall suit, see lite EM V. Price anil International RALPH, The Cleaner's. ii '? "Mrk,,y 'ter, Miss Turn Hull and wife were In town Harkey motored to town yesterday Saturday afternoon and renin ntd tor from Black river. ' the pictures at the Airdome. Mill Edith Batch of Black river, Ml Raymond Potato and little eft last night for U Paag and Bllvir daughter. Mary Bltaabath, were up City to make an Httindtd visit. fr(m ,nU ),,,,,;., Saturday. Messi ... Epstein and Davison, of v K. Sjiiulo. who has been looking Roswvi!. inv m ii ,"!;i. . Mr. ,,r (h(, lroan( LovlltK til '''""" i 01 i i '""'tho , ,.f ,..(in ..ft li.it ii ht for Clovi...

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. — 31 July 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. TUESDAY, JULY 31, 1617. NEW. EARLY Autumn Dresses At SPECIAL PRICES w II I BR KM Mi HERE TOMORROW, THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MBBMBfl THAT snow TUB I. M l . s FASMION TREND ND w RR R intended TO SELL r Ml n BIGHBB PBICBR THAN v i: ii iVB THBM MABKBD. $14.75 THOSE WHO ARE EAUEK FOR A Pla AT THE NEW KALI. FASHIONS WILL KIND THE MOWING IN OUR READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT OK IPBCI M. INTEREST. AT 8 A. M. BU III K WINDOW DISPLAY, T. C. Home's CARLSBAD'S It EST STORE ' LIST OR I I. UM List (if Claims I i i tii,. Hoard of l mint) i tin iiiuwionrrH of Eddy ( unl. Since Vpril 2ml. I H 1 7. until July 2nd. HIT, Peatl Smith Hdwe, Cik, plumbinii and repairing 10.80 J. W Knurr, cash advance fur shrubs .,'iU It. M. Thorn! furnltnr fur ireus. onto JIu. lit J. .1 Raaeo. oonatnbla fa 48.67 Clark unit (Hints, supplies I I. ill A ii O'Quintti services In Co. Clark' offlca n Inn 75.00 Mrs Minnie Young, service it i i u clerk's of iu 9.00 Thaltna Toffeltniro, aarveee in County clerk'...

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. — 1 August 1917

A lEe Evening Current VOL. I. NO. 91. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 1, 1917. 15.00 Year, 60. Month, c. Copy. HANGED TO TRESTLE FOR CALLING U. S. SOLDIERS SCABS IN UNIFORMS PREMIER RIBOT DENIES THAT THERE IS SECRET TREATY BETWEEN FRANCE-RUSSIA By Associated Press. Butte, Montane. Aug. 1. Frank Little, a member of the executive board of the Induntrial Workers of the World and prominent in Arizona !u fcor trouble, was taken from a lodging house early today hy masked men rid hanged to a railroad trestle on the out skirts of the city. The liody was cut down at eight this morning by Chief of Pol ire Murphy, who iden'ifiod it. Little in a recent speech referred to United States troops lis "Uncle Sam's scabs in uniform.'' NATIONAL GUARD MOBILIZATION POST PONED TWO WEEKS COTTON CROP ESTIMATED AT 11,949,000 BALES By Associaed Press. Washington, Aug. 1 The cotton crop is estimated at eleven million nine hundred and forty-nine thousand baJe by the department of agricul'ur The condition ...

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. — 1 August 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT WEDNESDAY, AUG. 1. 1917. OBITUARY. I The birthday fund campaign for the benefit of th trench packet com- PNMM ('.. daughter of Thomas mlttee for the United States and the rm. n. aiunane r.oiior ana , , . .. mtmlaA ,hi. allies is meetinir with success here. Entered as tecond - clan matter Fab. 20, 1116, and fell aileep in ! Mrs. . C. Kerr took flfty of them thh) April 1(1, 1U17, at the post office at Jesus July I, llll", in that lait sleep morning;, and at noon had a fund of TteEveningCurrent Wm. H. Mullanc Editor and Manager sjsjBBjBjfjBjSBjgjpjfjpjBjej Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act that awaits the resurrection morn of March t, 187!t. Published dally '"it. Little Irsticun was a patient Sundays excepted, by the Carlsbad sufferer. She contracted a cold which developed into pneumonia and all through the illness was a model of obedience and patience, never refusing to do anything we asked her. She was truly one of Cod's little buds for this earth too fair: God ...

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. — 1 August 1917

THK EVENING CURRENT, WEDNK8PAY, AIM.. I, l17 I i non unite I: BIRTHDAY FSTB. Little Miti Adele Horne was given s delightful birthday party Monday 1 afternoon, by her grand mother, Mr. Home, and her auntie, Mrs. Young, J. W McCollaum, wife and daugh- at her home. The laHle lady had ten were in town yesterday. Mra. reached her fourth year, and the oc- MeColUum hai been III for tome caiion wan celebrated accordingly, time and they are planning to move The color iicheme, white and yellow, back to Queen for the remainder of ' was carrier! out in the decorations and the summer. They will send the girl to school there, and will not return to the valley before next spring to live. Mrs. Hi I). Wright came in from the Queen country yesterday. Thi Bar first visit here for a number of month. Ft. It Polk, Ue Keller, Charle El liott and Mr. Wright came down from Queen yesterday Mr. Polk I at Mineral Wells, but i improving now. the refresh ment. The large, white birthday cake, with the four yellow...

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. — 1 August 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. WEDNESDAY. A UP. 1, H17. (Continued from Second lege.) No. 809 4 00 fl. A. Edins. W. A. B claim No his io.oo Tht-o Ai i W.A. H. claim No. KI4 200 J. p, Middleton, W. A. H. claim No. BIB 4 on j. I- Diddteton, W. A. Ji. claim No. xi" tM A I Inlay, W. A. H. clnim No. KIT Ml Ton Stokea, W A. II. clnim N0 mm Ml Roi,.n W Taneill, w A. B. claim No. 18 a Ml Walter Turlaad, W. A. B. claim No. Ml - " Horace Walter, w It claim No. m mi r ii. Knotrloa, w a b. claim No. Hj:t Ml a M Cobb, W. A. B. claim No. KM Ml H. T Mark, W A. B claim No Ml 200 s Klrknatrtck, W. A. B, claim No. 820 Ml Htnry II. Oleaeker, W. A. B. claim No Ht7 2 00 j. v Parkinson, W A. B. claim No. Ml John Walker, W, A. B. claim No mi iin Candalarlo Ceno, W. A. B. claim No, 8X1 2.00 1 K Taylor. W. A. B. claim No, MM IMI C. I. Marling. W. A. B claim N 839 h.oo 8. It Cooper, W. A. B. claim No. 884 2.00 8. D. '-'i' nin-. Jr., W. A B Claima No. 820, 834, 8v5, n:i7, 838. 843, and 845 03.00 I. . S. Crawford, W. 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 August 1917

The Evening Current VOL. I, NO. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY. AUGUST 2. 1917. $:.00 Year. 60c. Month. It, Copy. HOW MOTHER OF MARSHALL FIELD ACTION ON NATIONAL PROHIBITION IS HALTED BY DRY LEADERS IN HOOSE JUNIOR. DIED LETTER TO R. W. TANSILL, OF CARLSBAD, 6IVES INSIDE FACTS ABOUT "OPERATION" IN EUROPEAN HOSPITAL. K. W. Tansill is in receipt of a private letter from a friend in Chi eairo which aHves some inside history of the operation (?) that killed Mrs. Major Drummond of the British army and her son by her first husband, Marahall Field, Jr., also Mrs. Drum mond it will be recalled died sudden ly from what was currently reported an operation. The letter to Mr. Tan sill states that Mrs. Drummond, be inir of great wealth, had established a hospital in London and was in con stant attendance. Her husband apprised one day by secret service men that there was a spy in the Drummond hospital. On inquiring as to who the spy was, he was informed By Associated Press. Washington, August 2. ...

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 August 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT THURSDAY. AUGUST 2. MIT. IbJLveningCtirrent Wm. H. Mullane Editor and Manager Entered a second class matter April tii, 1917, at the pot office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March II. 1179. I'uliliahed daily Sunday excepted, ly the Carlsbad Printing ' ompany. 8UBSCRIITION RATES. One year in advance D.00 Six months in advance .1.00 One month in advance 60 Sample copie OS The county commissioners met last night ufter the arrival of the eight o'clock train from the north upon which Commissioner Mann came from Artesiu. They were in session until the departure of the 11:10 train for the north upon which Mr. Mann re turned. The lHard allowed some ac counts Mid then took up the delin ueiit tux subject there being very many in the county who have not paid (axes; some for years. It was finally decided to commence per MMMI suits against the delinquents, the new law allowing live per cent for collection. District Attorney Dow who wax present, offered to prosecute...

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 August 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, THURSDAY, AUGUST 117 LOCAL NEWS 8. P. Pane, who has been quite ill for a few days, in up and around. Rough Dry family wash ,'ifiu. per dozen. CARLSBAD STKAM LAUNDRY. Our little friend, (iladyi Carder, who ha liecn east visiting her grand mother, Mm. Carder, in Dallas. Texas, writes ahe i anxious to come home and they are expecting her today. Fred Montgome.-y, of Queen, came in Tuesday on the mail car and was here for the trial that afternoon and was detained all day Wednesday. Howard Nutt. who has been visiting his parents in Lwlngton, passed thru Albuquerque the first of the week en route for the navy on the Pacific coast. 1.1. HOW DISLOCATED. Mury Gee had the misfortune to 1 dislocate her left ellmw Tuesday by ; falling off the banisters. She waa j sitting on the banisters and slipped and fell on her right arm and cried out to her father and mother who I were not far off that she had broken ner arm. I hey looked the arm ovor she fell on and decided she had onl...

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 August 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1917. JOB PRINTING IN ORDER THAT TH I CI II RE NT N It BE K.N AIII.KD TO TURN OUT 414. classes or JOB PRINTING QUICKLY and UP To now. we flU SHORTLY INSTALL TH K VERY LATEST IN COMPOSING MACHINES jJCfcaaf. I AnaaaL. ' ' ' 1 U ll BBrliBftPl MSesJHufiE9Jr47 n ul 'TP IbkPvHIbbHbbbmSm hie new Ml Li'iri.K MAGAZINE STANDARDISED INTERTYPE WHICH IS MANY ITBPl AHEAD or xi.i. OTHM COMPOMMO MACHINES BECAUSE MANY SIZES OK TYPE ( AX HE CAST AT WILL WITHOUT HANliE OR MOVEMENT EXCEPT OK A LEV Kit WHICH CAM HE HONE OUHkKR THAN IT CAN HE TOLD. THE CONVENIENCE Of THE NEW INTERTYPE tMMM CAN ONLY BE APPRECIATED BY PRINTERS WHO HAVE BEEN ? COMPELLED TO USB AN OLD LINOTYPE. MiMMHHIIIHIM BOGUS NAMES PUT HIP AND RIHS HURT. REGISTER By Associated Pr s Washington, An ist 2. Hundreds of men In the chief .ties of the coun try reported to t . department of Justice dhow that . y gave fictitious nddresses for draft registration and are being sought by government agents. Sl...

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 August 1917

V VOL. 1, NO. :. TEe Evening Current CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY. U GLST 3. 117. $5.00 Year. fiOf. Month, Sr. Copy. GERMANY REFUSED TO SAY WORD GDI THAI WOULD PREVENTED WAR MAN HIGH OFFICIAL MAKES FATAL ADMISSION WHICH FIXES BLAME FOR SLAUGHTER OF HUMAN LIVES ON GANG LED BY KAISER-AUSTRIA INFORMED ALLY OF NOTE LITTLE'S DEATH MAKES LABOR VERY INDIGNAN T By Associated Press. Virginia, Minn., auk. 8. Indiana- tln iiver the lynching of Frank Little was . xpi 1 a' h secret meeting of the metal mint! weifcan1 branch uf a labor organisation held I .st niirht. It was decided to support Haywood, the national secretary in the threatened 1 strike. 'By Associated Preta. V. ashington, Aug. I, tjermanv in session of Austria s ultimatum to Si roia fourteen hour before it was , MMItlVO intormailon wmcn nas rearn rMIWH PQIMTt CICUTPLK VllWflll MHIWbW I IVIIILIIU nll mnnv aaimu win iiTTir to IfUflK MUUn. ff 111 LIIILL deliveieil to Hclgrade. according to By Aaiociated Press. Pari. Aug. :. The troops...

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 August 1917

THE EVENING CURREV1 FRIDAY. AUGUST 3. I 7. ThiEvening Current H. Mullanc Editor and Manager TATTDOKD MAIDEN ON COWMAN'S ARM KEEPS HIM OCT OF THK N AVY Wm Entered M second - class matter Itllta Ft, July 11, William Potter. April lii, l!M7, at the post MM at 11 giant cow puncher from Crown Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act Point, MeKinley county, is having of March :i, IK"!t. Published daily much difficulty in enlisting in the Sundays excepted, by the Carlibad marlneii. He want to enliat a fire Printing Company. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year in advance fi.00 Six month in advance .'1.00 One month in advance 60 Sample copiei 05 The murder of Little liy a mod wait man hut Uncle Sam recently made a rillitiir that unnlii unU l.t.vi.... thing tattooed upon them would not lie taken into the navy. Potter has ii full length picture of hi bet girl tattooed on hi arm and in addition lot hi reiitration card. However, John A. Sanford. a member of the registration hoarr! at Crown Point ha made aff...

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 August 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, FRIDAY, AJJQUfiT 3, II7 LOCAL NEWS 1 Boston Witt, wife and daughters returned Wednesday from a very pleasant trip h auto to Albuquerque, where they visited Charles. A Rood rain fell at their ranch Wednesduv night. Rupert Disnman, son of Mr. and Mrs ('. H. Disnman is coming today for a vialt. Rupert has lieen away in Cali fornia for three years or more, mat ing his home most of the time in Los Angeles, (al hut has hoen in Okla homa the last month, on business. Mr. and Mrs. Dulph Lusk reached home Wednesday. Mr. I. ink was in Roswelll for treatment the first of the week, hut not in the hospital. R. B. Sprung, the grandson, who was with his parents in Cheerokee, Okla., for about a year, now tired of that climate and says New Mexico "looks good to me." He came Monday making the triD alone. Rough ry family wash Mdu. per dozen. CARLSBAD STEAM LAUNDRY, The Sanitary Wuy. 1 R. M. Thome, wife, Wallace and ! Agnes the two children, arc going by auto, tomorrow, for a month'...

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 August 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, FRIDAY. AtJQITgf 3. 117. KNOWI.KN. ii a I HI HER HEART'S DESIRE DW IN EVKRY WOMAN'S HEART IS THE I.OVK OK FINE TEXTI'RE. THE PRIDE IN STYLE AND QUALITY, THAT SHE WEAVES INTO THE THREAD AND MATERIAL WHEN SHE MAKES UP HER OWN (il)WN OR DRESS. TO HER WE OEKER A COMPLETE LINE OK THE REST OF THE WORLD'S LOOMS Dress Fabrics and Silks THE MOST DISCRIMINATING WILL KIND GREAT PLEASURE IN LOOKING OVER OUR LINE OK SOlf GLACE AMADON SER6E NOVELTIES PANAMA POPLINS NOVELTY MOHAIR POPLIN ROYALE COTE-DE-CHEVAL GABARDINE DE SOIE M K MOWING IS NOW AT YOUK SERVICE. MAY WE EXPECT AN EARLY CALL KROM TOUT Joyce-Pruit Company WE W ANT YOUR TRADE. Misses Geneva M llcr and Lola O' Neal went out to the O'Neal and Wright ranch thi vcek to viait the latter's brother, 1 . nch, for several dayn this week. Professor Stephms, who is looking nfter the Kadford company interests (of Lubbock, Texas) was a visitor in this section looking after the inter ests of his tirm. Nay and Lee Stiles are dril...

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. — 4 August 1917

TEe Evening Current VOL I, NO. 94. CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY. AUGUST 4. 117. S.-..00 Year. liOr. Month, jr. Copy. 30 BAITS RESIST ARMY DRAFT M 200 T RAPPED IN WRECKED MIN E 'COMPLETE VICTORY' MUST BE OURS. OPENLY WA6E WAR ON GOV ERNMENT AND FORCE INNO CENT BOYS FOUND ON ROADSIDE TO JOIN OUTLAW BAND. By Associated Preat. Oklahoma City, Auiruit 4. Thirty alleged draft resisters who are be 'ieved to have iihot the deputy shcr ilf yesterday and to have tired or dynamited a railroad treiitle lictween Francisco and Ada last night are reported to have established them selves near Saskwa to resist attack. Posses have started to give battle to the bandits. ' Another report from Ada said the men were proceeding to Saskwa to storm the hardware stores and seize arms and ammuni tion. Members of the band are said to be heavily armed and are forcing innocent boys and men to accompany them. STRONG ARM OF LAW WILL GRASP THOSE By Associated Preit. ( lay, Kentucky, August 4. Two hundred miners we...

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. — 4 August 1917

THE EVE.MXfi CTREE .VI SATURDAY, AIT.I'HT I. I7. TheEveningCurrent Wm. H. Mullens Editor ami Manager Enteied a- MCend rllu matter April Id, 1017, at the pott iifflic ut Carlabad, N, Mexico, under the Aft f March i7! Published daily Bundayi excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Company. SUBSCRIPTION KATES. One year ill advance ,YUU S months ii advance .'1.00 iin.- month in advnncc fiO Rempls copies 05 and young Hall ro an (hi- Imllet ,. ia !y and the blood cams than one man. iMtnbared that through his I spurting ..ut. Mr brought his machine itafely to earth, without smashing it and there i a chance that he will live, although only a chance. The I..-, of blood made him mi weak that he realized he must faint In a momonl or two. Even to, he hud presence of mind enough to shu' off the tupply ..(' raiollna, landing no gently t hat the machine win not seri ottaly damaged, when he. unconscious. was lifted mit of it. Garland Stoves and Ranges ARE THE REST IMPEACHMENT OF lEXs GOVERNOR BROUN IN H...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 4 August 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, SATURDAY. AUGUST I, 1SI7. LOCAL NEWS MoUMI Swickart is still ill Ht htf bom watt nf town although she is better today. Mitt Cog, ii lady from Roewell, is at Km Kiiiiv Comity Hospital for training as a nurao, Miss F.ula Brown, who came Hcic short time ago, to soe her brother, who is in the Eddy Count Hospital, Ipft this morninir for Roswoll ami will lip with htr niece, Ruliy Hrown, for a visit whilp her mother is here. Patsie HlgfilM, who ha- bom with his uncle in Artesia atiotit threp WOtkli rninc hotnp for a few days as it was too wet thprp to work. Pat sip is lookinK fine and say- in- has Iippii working anil experts to go lia.i'k the llrst of Ihp wpek. Why bring your laundry to town? Thonpand lit us rail. CARLSBAD STF'AM LAUNDRY The Sanitary Way. .lust received International Fall and Winter samples. Can't lie heat for values. RALPH, Thp ( leaner. I'nt Mi'ldleton camp down yesterday on the mail car and ordered n shear ing machine and went homo this ntortlinir. ...

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. — 4 August 1917

THE KVKMMi I CERENT, S ATI Rl AY. AUGUST . 1917 KAK l.l'CAS l)KAI. JOB PRINTING IN ORDER THAT THE CURRENT M kk ex tBLBD TO TURN OUT M.I. ( L ISSER r JOB PRINTING QUICK M AND UP TO HOW, wk WILL shortly install TBI very L tkkt in GOWOHMa MAC HINKS it wKT iHHMW If II j' M BbI if fij Lf wHvXfll I lEiiniu THE NEW MULTIPLE NAOAXINB RTANDARDIERD INTERTYPE which is MANY ITEM AMRAD ok ILL OTHER COM PORING MACRINRR because may sizes Of TYPE CAM HK CART T Wil l. WITHOUT CHANGE or MOVEMENT RXCRPT Of A LEV KK WHICH CAM HK DONE QUICKER TH AX IT CAN RK TOLD. THK CONTENIBNCE op THK NEW INTERTYPE CAM ONLY HE APPRECIATED RT PRINTERS WHO HAVE BEEN COMPELLED TO USE AN OLD LINOTYPE. I in i i as, (In . Mrs. Will LlMH, ton Friday morn Her motlMT and I dftn . . ivith h whs H rrMiia Bower, was lit t'lii slmd in Seiitemher. hter (if Mr. ami il in Kurt Stock I at five o'clock. rhil-, Kae hi iv The! CHURCH NEWS two smaller to the end. born ! Mill lamily reside in Kosw.il and fll had gone home with hrr aunt a f...

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