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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 23 August 1917

The Evening Current VOI I, NO. 110. CARLSBAD. NKW MEXICO. THURSDAY, MOIST 23. 11 7 M.N Year. i,(lr. Month. Sr. ( spy. RUSSIA, QUIEN SABE MABYBIG CONFLICT DIFFERENT ELEMENTS READY TO FLY AT EACH OTHERS T is taken as a (ierman intrigue which Ik working fOT the unseating of Kcm aky with cither a counter revolution Of the breaking luwn of the provision ill government. By Associated Press. II" 'on. August 23. The I.. . .in. I llntfi Devonian, which left an Allan tic port July 2Nth has been sunk pro luntably by a (ierman submarine OrBttn of the line today Confirmed h report thai the vessel was lost, bill stated they hail received no word a io the safety of the crew. The Dt vonian wax a vessel of ten thousand tons and was built in Belfast in IIMMI. She carrieil a crew of 110 and tin records at the British consulate holt show there were no Americans in the crew. EMBARGO ON SULPHUR GONG TO CANADA (.1 (!(. I .MAN ' OBI 1 1 Commission. MANY STATE TROOPS MOVED Washington, August 2.'l.- An em bn...

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. — 23 August 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT THURSDAY. AUGUST 13. 1917. IteEveningCurrent f Mullane Editor and HMM Wm. H Entered a second clan matter April Id, l!U7. at the pott office at Carliliad, New Mexico, under the Act of March S, IX"'.- Publinhed daily Sunday excepted, by the Carlabad Printing Company. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year in advance . ..'.VOU 8ix months in advance It.Otl One month in advance 60 Sample copies - 05 Member l the Associated Preaa. The Associated PlIH lit exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news credited to it or not other wise credited in this paper anil also he local news published herein. All rights of republication of .special despatches herein are also reserved. JUMPS PROM JUNK. KM. I. Kit in KNGINK. Up Goes the Price of Laundry Work or Down With the Cost of Production TO TAKE EFFECT SEPT. 1ST. Preferring the latter the undersigned Ml your co-operation YOU ran aaaiat very materially. Thr coal of collection and delivery ol jour bundle is nine cents.. In f...

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. — 23 August 1917

Tilt. KVENINfi I KKKENT, THURSDAY, t.l ST 23. 1917. mm Mother Benson and Mrs. CJrirtlth arc spendin gthe day at the Heniion ranch. Joe (irant, of Roswell, in here vis iting Art MarU. John W. Moore and family are mov InT to town this week, occupying the Moore cottage. Chan. W. Beeman and family were in town lust night attending the wedding- of Miai Jim Jenny to John Well. Arthur I. inn in up the road, going one day recently and expert to come home liy way of Kl Paio. The nmny friends of Minn Lelia Christian will be sorry to know the hi ill at the Eddy County Hospital, hut her parent expect to take her home tomorrow. Mr. Crosier and little daughter, Helen, who have been visiting her son, Arthur Croxier, for a month or more, left for her home in Kl I'aao thia morning. They have had a num ber of camping trip to the river and caught aome large fish, for Arthur n one of the boy that go in for big flsh and usually lands them. 100 GOODYEAR AMD FIRESTONE TIRES 3e x I TO 31 x I AT WEAVER'S GA...

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. — 23 August 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. THURHD V. l (,! si 2S, 1917. DEATH I. AIMS MRS. JOHN . RH'K KIT. After '!-' years in the PttOt fallry, Mrs John A. Beckett, aged 7:; yyur, 1 ad thf hi.ri of her daugn'. t, M RHI 101 NO HAK TO BKINC DRAKTED, VIKW OK WAR DEPARTMENT. . i leeday n iunt, i !.avM to moarti MMl seven KMv .nl mrni) ami ..hi twenty-four i iis- Malindt Mr- M. . Mb 0 lit ut twi- o'clock. Shi her Ions .i Intel and mm urn! doughtem, pi wni I) iltuated grandchiklrt n. Mr- Beckett Wl Hlakiiy mill wai born in rk n n Jane II. IM4, moved to Texas in an tat I) day and was married lo i .m A. Backet) in yoara ago tha n t last December, thf mm vcraary being (! bra tad bv a gathering of the reiu livee, Tkara was only a fan months difference In their a gee. To this un Ion elghl rhlMrtn wtra horn, nix mm mid three daughters George A. Heck itt, Mix. M C. Stewart, John A. mote often railed Dm, Mrs. .1. K. Panntng. Thomas K. who died lust fall, Mrs Have Runyap, Dave ami Carl Backatt who died leveral years ...

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. — 24 August 1917

The Evening Current VOI I. NO. 111. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY. AUCUST 24, 1917. M.M Year. Kile. Month. Sc. Copy NEGRO SOLDIERS KILL SIXTEEN WHITES IN HOUSTON-TOWN iiiinrn niArvrm i ami Ul H If UW 111 I II UU UMULU ITiniM InL L.ni1 . 01 vn INSTITI IE CLOU KB. I'lir two weeks "f Institute work for the benefit of teacher in the emfmy. In i - Mill work. There has I ii a good attendance, the word hus OMR thorough iiinl the McvHy the v-ty boot A very mini II proportion 'if till' teachers 111 attendance are taking 'In" examinations, no) more than Ion or twelve. John II. Vaughn, of thr In dustrial College, has been institute conductor, tnd ho will return bp way i El Paaoi Texas, thin getting to c a large cope of country Hi- Ii mak ing the trip In his ra .1. II. Taylor superintendent of the Wining . i la, County Buperln tendon! Paorti County Agriculturist Knorr. and rrof r . l. I lot In-Ill. manual training, have cnm I posed tin- farulty. By Associated Preet. Hon- t-.n. Texas, August 24. ...

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. — 24 August 1917

TEE KVKNINC CURRRN1 FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1917 TheEveningCurrent (1 I'll) TO HI.A.MK. Filtered as second class matter April li I '.) 1 7, at the pout office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March I"'.'. Published daily Sundays excepted, bf the Carlsbad Printing Company. HUMcmprioN rates. One year in advance fi.00 ' Six month in advance :!.()(! One month in advance 60 Suniple copiei 05 Member of the Assnrialed Prrss. The Associated Press is exclusively MtltM to the use for republication of all new credited to it or not other wise i rcditcil in this paper and also he local ncwW published herein. All rights of republication of special despatches herein are also reserved. aL Vir .1 M ,:.an. Editor and Mannger A wilding occurred Wednesday ev- cning in seven o clock which no MUM surpriseil the bride and is iuite a nice little story. Kev. (. ('. Ml. of the Metho.bst church, united in marriage Miss Net tie Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam It. Smith and Henry .1. Hulmon. They were u...

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. — 24 August 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. FRIDAY. AUGUST 24. 1917 LOCAL NEWS J. J. Robh will leave tomorrow for Bijf Springs, Texas, on business and a visit. Dr. Dearduff and a friend, Star Marklev. camp in from I.ovington and have been ou! to Hack rivrr fishing and resting jtttl to avoid the crowd and rush here. The doctor it looking fine n I was enjoying a chat with old friends here. INDUSTRIAL club. The cooking and sewing rluli mot this aftcnoon for the last time th is summer They have been a faithful flub to aeeembia thi vrarm weather and learn 10 cook. The meetings have bttn Under the direction of Mrs. F.M. Hatfield Their Anal exhiliit will be Thunday from one o'clock all after noon anil every one in town in invited to come, especially the parents of the girls. Thre- Judges Of disinterested parties will he selected to pass on the dainties und sewinir. There will he a tlrst and second prb.c offered and they will hold the mooting at the High school building. 100 GOODYEAR AND FIRESTONE TIRES 30 x :t T...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 24 August 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, FRIDAY, AUGUST J4, lflT. Initial Display of Autnmn Modes SUITS AND DRESSES This early presentation of the modes for Fall reveals in an authentic manner the forecast of fashion. 'MM Re TBI Nil COLORS, THE new fabrics and the new lines to meet THE CHANGED RETIREMENTS OK THE LADY OF FASHION Suits $15 to $60 Dresses $15 to $40 NEW FALL HATS Beautiful Styles for Street and Dress Wear VERY SPECIALLY I'RICEO AT $3 to $20 CMC AM) FASCINATING HATS IN SOFT STITCHED VELVET DESIGNED MY NEW YORK'S LEADING ARTISTS. IN WHITE, PURPLE. LACK WD SAND COMBINED WITH OTHER DESIRED COLORS. T. C. HORNE 'CARLSBAD'S BEST STORE ' COUNTY NEWS ITEMS KNOWLES Mr and Mm Olin Hardin Iff! for Lamesa, Texas, fur a week' visit last Monday. Ye, u bf iuti t Mini "ii t hf plaint in IDOta llkt I checker-hoard. Pmi i if it ii o Noal raturnad from Lov ington where he went fur a couple of day attending to important business. Joe Morrii from 'hi Kobha country wan in Knowltt thr othflf (toy. Joe has Mod "i...

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. — 25 August 1917

TKe Evening Current VOL. I, NO. 112. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO. SATU RDAY. AUGUST 2.1. IM7. $..00 Year. fiOe Month. Sr. Copy. NEGROS TAKEN BACKTOCOLUMBUS ENGLISHMAN STATES THAT IT IS KNOWN FACT THAT GERMANY DECIDED ON AND E WANTED WAR LONG BEFOR HOSTILITIES negro soi.niEKs to re SENT TO OI.H ('AMI. By Associated Preea. Deming, N.M., August 25 To avoid disturbance which appeared immi nent, preparations were made at noon today to entrain the battalion of Twenty-Fourth United States Infan try of "negroes" stationed here and transfer them hack to their former station at Columbus. N. M. The situation here is very intense aa a result of the rinding of an auto mobile driver beaten up, supposedly by negroes. MARE ISLAND EXPLOSION A DELI RER ATE ACT. By Associated Press. Washington, I). ('., August 25. The explosion at Mare Island navy yard last July which killed five and injured thirt" was today pronounced a deliberate act of some one unknown to the authorities. This information was contained in...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 25 August 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT SATURDAY, AUCiUST 2. 1917. TheEvening Current v'm H. Mullane Editor and Manager Enter, d Bi M nil - class matter April I t. 1917, t ihi' post office at Carlsbad. New Mexico, under the Ait uf Mi I: I.T.i. Published daily Sundays axc pted, bjf the Carlsbad Printing Company. SI'HSt RIITION HATES. One year in advance fi.00 Six NMHlthl In advance H.00 One month in advance 60 Sample copie 06 Member of the Associated Press. The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the BBS for republication of all ROW! CfttHUd to it or not other wise credited in thin paper anil alnu he local news published herein. All rights uf republication of special despatches herein are also reserved. WHEAT CAMPAIGN GETTING RESULTS OFFICE OF COUNT1 Ai.ENT PUR CHASES' I, ON III Ml EES SEED wheat FOR FARMERS. From Farmon1 Exchange Bulletin. ROW IMUIJf acres of winter wheat are you going to sow this fall? has been the must frequent nuestion heard innong the farmers during the past mi. nth. The Ne...

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 August 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. SATURDAY. AUGU8T 25. 1917. LOCAL NEWS Mil Mahle Bk, of Dexter, truest of Mrs. J. M. Ilarhcrt. Will BinmoiWi Ry and Katy, spending the (Ib In town. Carl Livingston, wife and sister, Miss Marjuric Simpson, returned yes terday from a four days stay at the ranch. .Mr. and Mrs. Rulmon and Mrs. Livingston joined the party They had a very pleasant stay. Mis Marjorie likes 4he ranch and enjoyed the horse hack rides. Thev nre home today. WANTED. To buy a modern resi- .!,.,, i.. : u,:, .. ., in nis car irom noswen, also ,nsse ilence close n. Write or Ball the Cur- u u i . u rent office Mary and Masie Ussery und Mury Fred and .luck Lucas are represent ing the cattlemen of their family and some of the Carlsbad girls came out in his car from Roswell, also Misses Fester W t t it t Ohas. Rossen, of Loving, are in town' V " t!"ZL 'V T v, - i .-'II..'. "nil. nit Hi- nillllv .... ..i. iini today and will drie home one of the new model Fords. little daughter, Louise, who were then...

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 August 1917

THE EVEN INC. CURRENT. SATURDAY, At U8T 23. 117. ANOTHER JOLT FOR WALT MASON. A number nf poets have hem com peting lately with the famous Kansut r ) Mister. Tim week an Artrsia miin i oimi forward with n "rippling rhyme" in tribute to the money-mak-Ing hoit, which in not unworthy th pen of the noted bard. The effusion follows: Few TtrMI arr written on that ancient louse-bitten, unclean nml .lew mitten hog. Once a rail-splitting runt, the farmer" main stunt has forced to the front with a fog. The old riixor-hark kind by nature designed his menu to rind ,as he could; wns a real source of WUtt and today ia replaced by type modern taate has called good . His hams and his bacon blue ribbons have taken. He's the tub of the packing house wheel, where they save hia long tuahea, his bristles make brushes and they bottle the salable squat. He's my morning awaker, a real money muker, a profitable business to join: a (told nugget sifter, a farm morn-age lifter, thnt's tilling the purses with c...

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 August 1917

The Evening Current VOL. I, NO. 113. t ARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO. MONDAY. AKil'ST 27, U17. IMI Year, fiOc. Month. Sr. ( opy. S. WILL REPLY FIRST 10 POPE Washington, August 27. The reply Al'STKI AN TROOPS RETIRE. to the Pope's peace proposal!, rill be made by the government this week, 'By Associated Press. Secretary Unsing aaid it will aoon I Ixwdon, August 27.- It is reported be made but declined to indicate the ' from Austrian headquarter- that Aus character or time of the dispatch. trian troops who are BgllGai to the Reports from the entente powers in- (north of lioriiia on tin- Iaonzo front, dirated they might be waiting for the 'mow hn. i-etired saya a Central News United States to make the first reply, dispn .h of Amsterdam. Rome, August 27 - The British ad miralty per wireless press report state a deaperate battle is in progress on Bainsizxa plateau on the front north of Oorizia, it is officially announced. The resistance of the Austrians has been overcome at various points. GERMANS...

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 August 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT MONDAY. AUGUST 27. 1917. TheEveningCurrent ir. fl. Mi I MO Editor and Manager Enter I scond - class matter April 10, 1117, t the post office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March 3, 1170, Publlenod daily Sundays excepted, bf the Carlsbad Printing ( ompany, Sl list RIITION HATES. One year in advance . o.OO S.x months in n'dvance Ml in- month m advance 60 .-.unfile ropiei 05 Meat her i the - Mini Proas, The Axtoclated Press is exclualvtly entitled to the use for republication of all newt credited to h at nol other aiae credited in thii paper and abo lie local news published herein, All rights r republication of ipt lal dexpatchei herein arc also reuerved. The hoati of frhMjdji of Daddy Heard and Km Heard will be pleated tn knon they have fomd the way nut of the new county ami an home again, ami Mi- Heard, Miai Mona, and Grandmother Newcastle, Daddy mm lie has the beat chaff eur in the cnun ty, Miaa Mona Thai she is well and ia planning a trip to Missouri,...

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 August 1917

THK KVKMM, CURRENT. MONDAY. Allil'ST 27. 1917. LOCAL NEWS Mr. and M . Will Ecntnn were here Saturday. They did not attend the Lovlngten picnic thin year. Joe I .uak and w,fe were overnight guests in Carl-bud, coming in Satur day tn brine Mr. Joe Johns iiml Howard home. They attended the 1 picnic from their home forty miles out. K. V, Madera, the boys and their irrnndmnther. Mrs. A J. Richardson, came in from the ranch and "pent Sunday. Mm. Richardson will spend a few month arlthh tr daughter, Mr Henry Clark, at the Down' place. Mr. and Mrs, Mndcra are returning to the ranch today. Mr 'I idem hn lieen visitini frieiil and r ' vc. heft for the pant ten day. thlltfl wen on the menu. The af lernoon was pent making kodak pi tur . and all went for a car ride through the valley to the flume, Ava Ion. and runic home and had suppci with three gallons of ice cream and nice rake to make the children re It her the occasion. She rcr-ved many nice gifts hut seemed happiest over having aa many of ...

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 August 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. MONDAY. AUGUST 27. 1917. KIRSGH n FLAT RODS MMtK I'OSSIHI.K Ni DRAPING RPPHCT PROM THE MOST SIM PLE TO THE MOM'I BLAMRAT& liny enal llttli inr' than ,. p, Almay rod, iiut win !a1 fur ycum. c.CARANTrP.D HOT To sa;. H HN III ( K OH TARNISH R. M. THORN E'S. MANY DESTROYERS 10 DE BUILT Fj Automated Prat. Washington. Auiruitt ?7. -Scretary DmMi expect tu submit to con gtm I hi. week entiniatc of the three hundred i 'ft million ilollMrn for u ffaat BBfflbaf of ili'ntroyvn which I make the American navy the Icuriri oi the world in thipa of that type. We rannot be heat in UundryinK rilk shirta. CARLSBAD STEAM LAUNDRY. Tin! SamUiry Way. LEAN DAYS, THESE Drastic Food Regulations Narrow John Bull's Girth. 10 BREAD IS THROWN AWAY. When Piece la Found In Aah Can by Polk. Houeeholder la Find ft Nan Permitted to Hav Mor Than Flvo Ouncr. ot Moat at Any Maal. Waahlrirton .lolm Hull la w carina hla tll HgtMOf 1 1 1 t a before tin- ar In the erf. 1 1 navrto food, according to ...

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 August 1917

5 The Evening Current VOL. I, NO. 114. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO. TUESDAY. AUGUST 28. 117. M.M Ycer. tine. Month. Sr. (on. PRESIDENT WILSON ANSWERS raPEBENEDiON PEACE DEATH PENALTY FOR ENTIRE REG IMENT RUSSIANS 7 Associated Press. Washington, August 148. The reply by the United States government to the Pope's peace proposals went for ward last night and it is uders'tood that it will be transmitted through the British foreign office through which the Pope's communication came. In the best informed circles it is believ ed the reply, while responding to the pontiff's proposal with delicacy and respect, which the latter commands, does not find that there is any ground on which to proceed with a discussion of peace in the absence of an an nouncemtnt by (iermany as to her terms. AUSTRIAN MILITARY AUTHOR ITIES PEAR TRIESTE WILL KALI.. By Associated Press. Wcshington. Aug'Mt I.. MtWI dis patcher from Zurich, Switzerland, to Rome newspaper telegraphed to the Italian embassy here :. the civilian p...

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 August 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. 'I I' ESI) AY. AUGUST 2ft. 1917. TE veningCurrent ; ffm. II. Mullanc Editor and Manager' Entered an second - dan matter April IS, ItlT, at the pout ofRcs at Cai I. .1.1 New Mexico, under the Act of March 3, I Published daily Sundays excepted, ly the Carlabad Printing Company. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Onp year in advance 5.00 Six months in advance 3.00 One month in advance 60 Sample copies OS Member of the Associated Prraa. The Assoi-istcd Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of mil news credited to it or not other wise credited in thin paper and alto he local new published herein. All rights uf republication of special denntches herein are also reserved. Mr. Davison, superintendent for the ittate roail board, was in town yester lay and stilted that the work of tin ishing up the state road mi the west Midi' of the Pecos was now up to the elate road hoard us the iiinount of t'J.fiini required to he given ly Kddy county had lieen furnished by the c...

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 August 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, TUESDAY. AUGUST J, 117. 1 LOCAL NEWS Mrs. J. L. William and a number of ladies were 1 from Malaga yesterday. Mrs. Walter Cil over, who ii snend- ig the week in Carlsbad with her ' mother and numerous frienda, will be the gueat of Mias Janie Kindel for the next few day. Miaa Lillian Crawford, who hai been the irueit o fMiea Martha Dye, of Roswell, returned yeaterday. She had a very delightful atay and hai many pleasant things to aay about Roswell and her numerous friends there. WANTED. Delivery boy at U. S. Market by September 1st. Nineteen ars of W. D. Hudson's rattle passed through here in the laat few days, Koine to TMaaOtM, Texaj, to pasture. Mr. Ed. Nye, who married on the Carlsbad girls (nee Miaa Ruth Stew art) has been called into the army. They are making their home in Clovis and Ed has been in th employ of the Santa Pe for some time. 100 GOODY En R AND FIRESTONE TIRES 30 x 3 TO 31 I 4 AT WEAVER'S GARAGE Don't forget we know how and have (hp farilltiea to...

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 August 1917

THh ETENINO CURRENT, TUESDAY. A M.I ST 28, 117. KIRSCH n FLAT RODS M'.M I'OSSIIII.K ANY IIIUI'IM. EFFECT I ROM THE MOST SIM PLE TO THE MOST M AHORA'I h. I h v i Ml iitii' men than heap, Htmsy rottei iut win In nt fur ycais. 01 K iNTRRD ROT TO s 10, TURK BLACK UN TARNISH TUswiftJC. 0WLS VC'0US K. m. IIIWKICO.l ATTACKS ON WOMEN tle lM.rn t,, , 1 1 r i ii mm tf tin Unttetl I Mien, ainuiy and reguiat hai ilN, in iriliil, n ub no one wholly dp ondei t iiHn him for atipport ; of koo.1 health, MM CMatltUtl Well form -d, aomn a to MNUM ml Mil '" end 'mi Niiiih iihI n i in- imp of lnMilnMKa or OnitfH The pnMlOCtiVa recruit' iiint first pn n ph.nl. n I exanilnal hi l. n im val aura-eon mill then uihIi-ivii I tin. mi diminution by the recruiting ottlcpe, bo Inijulrt-. Into Ida moral fltneaa anil general desirability Wp cannot I"1 beat in laundrying till ahirta. CARLSBAD BTRAN LAUNDRY, The Sanitary Way. USEFUL TRAINING Chance For Unole Sam's Marines to Study Wireless. REQUIREMENTS OF SERVICL Ap...

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