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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 29 August 1917

The Evening Current VOL. 1. NO. IIS. C A HI.KHA l. NEW MEXICO. AUGUST 29. 1917. I5.DU Year. tiOr. Month. It, oy. INCREASE TAX ON BIG WAR PROFITS 1 TRANSPORTATION PRESIDENT SETTLES ROSSIA IN DISOR GANIZEO CONDITION WAR PROFITS TAXES WILL BE MORE THAN 33 PERCENT By Associated Preai. Washington, August 29. Amend ment, which have been agreed on by the senate finance committee, contain a provision to carry the war profits taxes up to more than N per cent In stead of the present provisions for 20 per cent. By Associated Press. Washinirton, August 29. Amend ments to the war tax lull proposing to levy more than one-third of its total or about one billion two hundred and eighty-six million dollars on war kproflts which is an increase of about half a billion dollars, were approved ly th senule finance committee to- slsy o offset the radical movement for thigher taxation. By Associated Press. Moscow, August 29. At the third general sitting of the national confer- jence, the rHilwny representat...

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. — 29 August 1917

r THE EVENING CURRKM AlIOUtT 1917. IbJLveningCurrent Wm. H. Mullane Editor and Manager Karl Grey", great-grandfather. Major General Charles Grey, wai quartered in Franklin's h in Philadelphia aa - ' .. . a: , i . . Entered a, MCOIld - class matter "T m,w '"- April lo. 11(17, at the poit office at th- tVMMtaaMJI War. The re Carlshad. New Mexico, under the Act storation ot the pi-mre wai announr ?"rh IS' td by Karl Grey . un,,UPt Ur,dcrH Printing Company. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year in advance fi.00 Six 'ip, nth in advance . 3.00 One month in advance 60 Sample copiea .06 Member of the Associated Press. to him in New York while h w Governor-General of Canada. In mak ing the announcement he said he be lieved there were higher law than the laws of possession. I Horn, November 2H, lHfil, Alfred i Henry George, the fourth Er1 Grey, wai educated at Trinitv Cnllnire f um. rhe Associated Press ia excluaively irjH. ii,. m.r.i..j a. tavr n at cnl il led to the ue for republication of , 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. — 29 August 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. AUGUST 117. LOCAL NEWS Will Purdy will provide hit Sun day school class of boys to a treat Thursday evening. They are Koine: for a swim and a picnic supper at the springs. Ben Dickson, wife and two chil dren. May and Robert, came up from th Coed ranch yesterday afternoon and spent the night in town, return ing today. Mrs. Jeff Weaver, Edith and John.1 returned from a week-end visit In Clovis where they were the guests of' Engineer Sulker and family. E. W. Myers, a cattle buyer from JKI Paso, Texas, is here looking after cattle interests, having some here that he has bought. Earnest Best, the sheriff for the new county of Leo, with his brother, W. E. Best, are here from Lovington. WO GOODYEAR AND FIRESTONE TIRES SO x 3 TO 34 x 4 AT WEAVER'S GARAGE Don't forget we know hew and have the farilities to weld your broken castings, having recently installed an up-to-date aretilene plant that welds all classes of iron Subjects at the Christian church Sunday. September 2p...

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. — 29 August 1917

-"rs-er THE EVENING CURRENT. AUGUST M. 1917. r Atiliineru rc you Satisfied wtti just any kind of a Jkat that happens to 6e " put at you or il)o uott demand the kind that has (Character and Distinction and adds to uour personal appear ance ana yioes uoa a ftea dressed ap feeiiny. See what ue hate ft ttr iou We want ifuiif Irtnr LITTLE EARLY RISER. Born, yesterday P. mlng to Mr. and Mr. E. L Willis, ,. baby boy. Mr. J Willis ll on of t i popular ales men with the Jojio-Pruit Company and decided they needed a little man to wake them up early and make I thing interesting. Mother and little hono resting nicely. Mr. Willis la look ling over names and getting whistle 'and pocket knives for the hoy. Roys arc what our country will need when jthis war is over. Congratulations. .T. W. Armstrong, wife and two sons, also Mrs. Armstrong's sister and hus band, Mr. and Mrs. Webber, spent Sunday at the Bill Jones home on Rocky, where they spent a very plea sant duy. Mr.. Webber left for hdme Wednesd...

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 August 1917

The Evening Current VOI. I. NO. I IK. CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY, AUGUST 30. 1917. I.VOU Year. fiOr. Month. 5e. Copy. NEW YORK SIRED BY SOLDERS GOING ACROSS THE WATER MORE CANNONS RUSS ANS STILL THAN SOLDIERS BACKING DOWN 0 - NUMBER ()K IRTILLERYMKN ON VERDUN FRONT MICH greater THAN INFANTRY men RUSSIAN soi.UIERs ABANDON POSiTfOHS. By Associated Press. New York, AuiruRt HO. Marching down Fifth Avenue New York troop for democracy's battle line in France stirred this great city to it depths. The troops, which was New York state's former National Guard but now compose the Twenty-seventh di vision of the United States nrmy, marched liefore leaving for prelim inary training at Sparksburg, Soutn Carolina, so the city might give them a "send-off" worthy of their ultimate mission. As thf Twenty-second en gine company, led by Colonel Corne lius Vanderbilt, passed the grand stand at Forty-second street they were showered with roses by women. Whitman. Roosevelt, Northcliffe, Bell Mitchell ...

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 August 1917

EYENING CURRENT THUMDAY, AUGUST M, IUT. IteEveningCurrent Wm. H. Mullanr Kditnr and Manager Entered an second - data matter April lti, 1917, at the post offtte at CarUliad. New Mexico, under the Act of March 11, 1X7". Published daily ual well being! Sundays excepted, hy tne Uarlsnarj Printing (Company. for our boyi in the trenchea as evi- TRYING TO BLAST denced hy our support of the A men RALPH ELY LOOSE. can Red Cross, that organization I which bind up their wounds and 'Koswcll News. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year in advance 5.00 Six months in advance 3.00 One month in advanca 60 Sample copiea 05 Member of the Associated Preaa. whose pure omtherly nurses bring them back to their phyaical and splrit- What did our own 'R' Company think of their remem brance by us upon their receipt of I the recent shipment of cookies, can dies anil other good goodies, to aay ; nothing of the generous cash contri hution? Would not such a gift cause ,our boys to fight our battle as they l never would hav...

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 August 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. THURSDAY. AUGUST 30. 117. 1 inoAi iinuo I luuml mm Mr. and Mra. J. Frank Joyce plan ned dinner tha A rut of the week for Missouri friends, and sister, Mrs. Moore. Plates were laid for twelve including the family, the Ave truest from Missouri and Mrs. Moore. I Mrs. John Cantrell came in from Ml ranch yesterday afternoon and spent the night with Mrs. Sam B. Smith, leaving this morning for hums. She expected her father, Mr. Besing. Lsrho la a rock mason, to go home with her. He has been doinir the rock sork for Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Barber ton the house here in town, hut they tad another lot of rock work to put up so he did not go. t Mr. uml Mrs. Claude Karris en tertained informally last night with a pleasant game of Ave hundred. Three tables playing. After the game Ice cream and cake refreshed the players. Dave Clements .the goat man from Big Canyon, was in town yesterday. He says they have had some rain hut not half enough. W. I. Hurl, i r and wife have lieen Ltwo ...

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 August 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. THI'RSDAY. AUGUST SO. W7. U. S. WILL INSURE ALL ITS FIGHTERS Experts Devising Plan to Com oensafe For Injuries In War. BENEFIT FOR DEPENDENTS Schema Will M.t. Ii . Ta on tha Whole People, Sa Ineurenca Man I Th Treeaury, War, Navy and Com 1 mere Dapartmanla Ara Working ei ' II le Avoid Evila af Panaian Syatam j PoltnwHiB H pnnfWfwet in Waebing tun Willi Meii clary of lb Treason' McAdini. n mmiulltee '' prominent hi aura in c ""''i hare drawn up a plan fin pension ur l umpen. I Ion for caaual tie In t Ia Km. which will h auhmlt ted to iinigrp The detail ara to be worked out It cooperation with the aerretary of (lit treasury and nihil I of tha war. navy I and foiaiui-rre detriments, aa well mi; tbe 'on lull nf Nailiinel Defenae II wa -ii mi t h" v will ronforai eMail a pnnalhle in I hi' principle of i lir worn mm i i ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 - t . 1 1 1 1 1 law. To give MNM 14m 10 soldiers, theli families anil Hie public of what tha Sovcrii iiH-iii. aided l.v tlu Inaurann MO,...

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. — 31 August 1917

The Evening Current VOU 1, NO. 117. CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, ISIT. 15.00 Year. 60c. Month, It, Copy". CASUALTIES WORLD-WAR FOR MONTH OF AUGUST MUCH LESS THAN FOR JULY I'M.ESS DEMANDS ARE II Minn BY QMWAN GOVERNMENT N UOMTV I'ART V WILL TAKE MEASURES. REDUCTION By Associated Press. None of the three big campaigns now in program on On western front seems again to have got into full swing. General Caorna, whose great drive for Trieste is perhaps the most spectacular, is displaying activity more pronounced than either of Gen erals Petain or Haig in their respec tive fields at Verdun and in Arras, Flanders. Even the Italian's com mander, however, apparently is in the midst of one of the pauses rharscteris tic of virtually all great drives against strongly fortified positions in this war. None of the official statements re port important actions although the British armies on Franco-Belgian front wen- engnged in much notably heavy fightini during August includ ing great at...

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 August 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. FRIDAY. AUGUST ?l 1917. ThJLvening Current j Vm. H. Mullanr Editor and Manager' clans matter post office at under the Art ubliihed dally tha Carlibad EaUrtd u ncond April 1(1, 11(17, ut the CarUhad, New Mexico, of March a, l""U. I Sundays excepted, by I rinting ' ompany. HUnsCRIITION RATES. (no year in advance 5.00 Six months in advance .".un One month in advance 60 Sample copiei 05 Member of the Aaaoriated Trent. The AlfOelftted I'rcss is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all new credited to it or not other wise credited m this paper un.l also he local news published herein. All rifchtH of republication of special despatches herein are also reserved. JAL ITEMS. Dr. A. Wright, of Eunice, was a professional visitor to .lal Wednes day. Rev. .1. P, Evans fllle.1 his regular appointment here Saturday night ami Sunday. The ladies of the Methodist Home Mission Society are to (five an ice cream and cake supper here next Thursday night fr the benefit ...

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 August 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, HIT. PRESIDENT TOUCHED BY POPE'S 'out unlMt the. restitution of the APPEAL, HUT TO STOP THE statu, nuo ante furnishes . Am .nH WAR ON TERMS PRO POSED WOULD NOT MEAN PERMA NENT PEACE, IS REPLY SENT. Washington, Auk. 29. The text of ( satisfactory basis for It The object of thin war in to deliver the free peo ple of the world from the menace and the actual power of s vait mili tary establishment controlled by an i irresponsible government, which hav ing secretly planned to dominate the t i Uf:l ' - I.. . ii hisiiii SHSsii rrp.j, ,o .e . . i world proceeded to carry the plsn out without regard either to the as jcred obligations of treaty or the long established practices and long cher ished principles of International ac- j tlon and honor; which chose its own time for the war, delivered its blow Wn WO GOODYEAR AND FIRESTONE TIRES 80 x S TO 34 x 4 AT WEAVER'S GARAGE Don't forget we kaow how and have the facilities to weU your broken castings, havi...

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 August 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. FRIDAT. AUGUST "I, 1917. READY-TO-WEAR This perhaps interests more women just now than any other one domestic thing. She thinks, she goes on worrying and tries to be brave and fight it out trying to decide what is best to do. 1 WHAT S THE USE I Rid yourself of this worry. Here we are selling many handsome Suits and Coats at moderate prices ($15 to $65) and the makes and models are unexcelled. Sich materials as Wool Velour, Serges, Pom Pom, Duvet de Laine, Burrella Cloth, and many other novelties. BETTER THAN EVER, JOYCE-PRUIT CO "WE WANT YOUR TRADE IN Grnre CookP nnd Mian Jennie J.inn, II..: .. street. The above named streets to In- ran vnnned an far nouth ns the renter of tor ftfi Prof. G. M. Brinton and 0. H Mc J . n :i 1 1 11 , till df the tnwn nouth of Um center f Kox street. This work will begin nt once. It in Important to know how many mem berships ran bo obtained and how many workers arc willing to give time in making supplies needed by the suf foring tho...

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 September 1917

I VOI-. I. NO. 118. The Evening Current CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY. SKITEMBKK I. 1917. S5.no Year. 60c. Month, 5r. Copy FRENCH MAKE SUBSTANTIAL GAIN NO SEPARATE PEACE LIBERTY LOAN FORM KAISER CAMPAIGN OCT. 1 By Associated Press. Turning to aggressive tactics on the Aiane front in Northern Franco where they have hern withstanding peraia tent tiorman attacks for weeks past, the French struck a sharp, heavy blow at the Crown Prince's lines in I awift thrust ly Pctain's forces unil bounded forward three hundred yards on the 'hemin Des Dames between Craonne and Cerny. This stroke, which may prove the beginning of a more extensive movement in this area, seems to have given retain a firm hold on the ground gained for I repulse of three counter attacks is reported. The Trench took one hun dred and fifty prisoners. The attack followed a week of almost total in activity on the French front except for small operations. nor today ordered ih adjutant gen eral to prevent the meeting of the Pe...

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 September 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER , 1917. Evening Current Wm H. Mul Editor and Man iger Entered il MCOnd - rliM mutter April 10, 1917, at the post olllco at KNOWLES. Old Imy, "Mississippi", who worked the Tom Anrell farms northeast of town, hookrd uj his outfit the other Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act d'' loaded on a ithock of fodder, and Of March 8, 1179, Published daily made his way westward, lie claims Bundays excepted, l.y the Carlibad he is looking for a land of greater rnnunK ' nmpany. suasc RIPTION It VTKS. One year in advance 6.00 Six months in advance 3.00 One month in advance 80 Sample copiea 05 Member of the Associated I'reaa. ranch and bought the Armstrong Ford roadster and is covering the country M about at well a. ever. ' Mrs. Isaac Willhoit walked up town ast Wednesday.made a few purchases and called on a few of her friends. Wrs. Willhoit has not been very strong the last few weeks, but claims to be Wecling some better at this time mid wrecked ly a squall ...

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 September 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1tl7. Mri. E. W plains today. Alston it here from the J. S. Ctvw, of Lovington, was an over-night truest at the Bates. Mrs. S. C. IV spent the night at the Bates, having come yesterday. Mrs. M. B. Wilson, who has been in Mineral Wells for the past two months is returning today. She has been vis iting a niece in Mineral Weill and other friends this side and her son, J. D., in Pecos. Holly Benson and wife are in from the T X ranch today. Marital the painter has been dis playing his talent decorating the win-lnjurv with the soap that we use for dows of the Boston Store. The colors and the painting itself will attract many passers-by, to say little of the display they may carry. Mrs. W S. Day and two children, also Mrs. 0, A. Davidson and two children, both ladies of Roawell, are guests of the Bates hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Green McComb family came in today noon from t ranch near the Point. Walter Clover came in yesterday from Frijole to take Mrs. ...

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 September 1917

THE EYENING LL'RRFNT, SATURDAY, SEP' I MM R , H17. VACATION Tria vnuru i, happy. Iluttah' Hurrah! fca Klrtle lad rarh rhapple, Morrahl Hurrah! Vfatl.m lima ta .wining, And th plitr-a m talrly humming. Witt till ji r faat flunal. lit faat ara auminlna. Tka .. I.... :i....ka lh.y a P Hurrahl Hurrah' Tii a bova praiiara tn rut up. Hurrah' Hurrah) WMIa mnlhatl all ara 111 nine 0ar p,.,. ..' ,i day now rt m. An4 Ina? )ln Ml In iha rrlng or I. ui tail' Hurrah! How Iha huay faat ara tLlna. ITur-ah' Hurrah' From ma thorny path of learnine. Hurrah' Hurrah: To iha green wide road or plaaeure With daliahte to youth pact maaaura Whan aarh hour la a traaaura lluirah! Hurrah' - Jewrph Wink In Halt imora America. END THE WAR BY RULIN6 THE AIR, SAYS WR1GH1 Famous Aviator and Inventor In dorse the Program of Air craft Production Board. When nr. III., and Wilbur Wrlghi built iod flew the flrit man carrytnt flying machine they believed they wart Baking wara IiiihnnIIiI Now. wtlt the greatest M ar In h...

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 September 1917

The Evening Current VOL. , NO. 119. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY. SEPT. 3, 1917. S.VOO Year, mi,-. Month. It, t opy RIGA ABANDONED TO THE GERMANS By Associated Press. Petrograd, Sept. 3.- The Russians have abandoned Riga, the war office announced today. The official atate ment say an order has been given for the abandonment of the Rega re gion because of the threatening situation. By Associated Press. Riga, Russia's principal Baltic port, has been abandoned to the Germans under a threat of an offensive by land and sea in which the deciding stroke on the land side was delivered by the (ermans Saturday. The fate of Riga was virtually sealed when the German troops forced a crossing of the Dvina river southeast of the city and lii-gmi a northward march after making guod foothold on the right bank of the stream. REMAINS OK RKV. TRACY TO NEW YORK. (ieorge Tracy ar.iveii ;:om San DiegO, Cal., Saturday .nening, and last night he accompanied his brother F. 0. T.acy, with the remains of their...

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 September 1917

THE RYENING CURRENT MONDAY. SEPT. I, It7. Evening Current Wm. H. Mullanc Editor and Manager Entered a second class matter ' April Hi. I'.'IT. at the post office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March 8, lit. Published daily Sundays excepted, ly the Carlibad Printing Company. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year in advance 5.00 Six month In advance 3.00 One month in advance 60 Sample copiei 05 Member of the Associated Preaa. The Associated Preis is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of II news credited to it or not other wise crediteil in this paper and also be local news published herein. All rights of republication of special despatches herein are also reserved. Krom the dispatches today i' is noted the Itussinns have evacuated II. i i. one of the strongest position in the eastern front. This was done without much effort of any cunse urnce by the Hermans except the sending of agents into the Russian lines t.i "fiatcrnize". There are many ways nf killing u cat than b...

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 September 1917

s THE EVENING CURRENT. MONDAY, SEPT. V 117. f J. S. Oliver irot hack Friday even t ing from an autn trip to Amarillo Wand old Ray Davit a Chalmers and J0T. O. Wyman, of Loving, a Dodge. Jack (lines, Frank Klndel, Mr, John Weill and Mix F.ulalia Merahant, motored to Roswell Friday afternoon to attend one of those pleaiant dances for which that city If noted. Dave and George McCollaum came down from Queen yesterday in their car hrinitinir thri-e or four other men, not counting themselvei, and all are here for court, which convened to- Ron Middleton came down from Queen yesterday and will be here for court. WANTED. 1,000 ties to dry clean at fie. each. Try our service. RAI-PH, The Cleaner. 'Phone 24o. Mr. and Mrs R M. Thome nnd children, Wallace and Agness, return ed Saturday afternoon from a month's stay at Mot Springs. They ayent over the auto road by Engal. and fctad the pleasure of seeing the Ele phant Hutte and enjoy the scenic drive, and returned by I n- Unices and the Indian res...

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 September 1917

EVENING CUEBENT, MONDAY, SEPT. 3, 1917. FIFTH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT COURT FOR El Jut COUNTY DISTRICT COURT. On tc count at the fact that the Judge did nut arrive from Roswell, nurt (iiii not convene This morning. tut I it if tint k. juror anil lawyer ga lore were on hand. The following livil rasp are on the docket and will le disposed of : K. W. AIton No 2567 va. Robtrt Richard Robert Richard No MM Vf. K. W. AUton Thoma M. Ancell No. 2502 va. Nay Stile, et ml Continental Oil Co. Ro, 2565 vi. National Plaster Co. F, B. Hubert, i; i, , No. MM va. American Surety Co. John R. Stanley No. 2ft77 vs. John I'raning Amen, an Seeding Mch. Co No. 2676 va. Ilarroun Ind Co. Martha II itrfrina No. 2'.7l va. Thoma ;. Higgins Jnsephint S. Rauleraon No. Hit va. Rolwrt M. l,ove, et al Foreclosure W. R. Bilbrey. e al No. 2227 vi. K. (V tlouston, et al Peoples Mercantile Co. No MM va. H. C, Riche Stat.- National Bank No. 2499 vt. 8 P Henry Suit on Note J. L. Polk W. S. Williami W F. Hnlloman. appellee No....

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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