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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 15 September 1917

p The Evening Current VOL. NO. I I" CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY, SEPT. 15. 1917. $5. Year. fi(k Month, 5r. Copy. AMRNTSIIIS I UNKNOWN CRAFT VON ECK H ARDT HI Ml s K KRV THING IN CONNECTION WITH Washington DISCLOSURE LM BROKEN. S I ' HM A R I N H OI'ER ATI NG IN AMERICAN WATERS. By Associsted I'rcM. An Atlantic Port, Sept. 15. A Britiih steamship arrived today and reported that early yesterday a wire less SOS call was heard stating that the ship from which the message wan being sent was shelled liy a (lemur, submarine, the location being sixty five miles east of the Nantuckett lightship. The name of the ship at tacked did not come clear, only the word Abhy, presumably the last half of the name being caught. Addition al information that the submarine was in the western Atlantic was brought by another British liner which arrived from an Englis hport. Of ficers of the lines said they have been instructed to watch out or U-boats when nearing the American coast. The place the shr)) rep...

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. — 15 September 1917

THK KVKMNU fl'HKKNT. SATURDAY. SKIT. 18, 1917 ff,Eveni?ct FIFTH JUDICIAL DIS-HOW CLARENCE HILL Ent red ti ccond - clnMa matter Apn 10, IH17, ut tile pout .Mi. c at Carl id, New Mexico, under the Act of Mat 11 ... I 179. Published daily Sun. 1 1 yi except) d, ly the Carlsbad I'nnt;', g Company, SUBSCRIPTION HATES. One yenr in advance fi.00 Six months in advance It. 00 Dm month In advunco bo Sample copies 05 Mnnlier Of the Associated I'rcs. The Assn inteil Press ix exclusively entitled tu the use fur republication nf all news credited to it or nut uther vise crudHad in this paper and also He liieiil news published herein. All rights of republication of ipocial despatches herein are also reserved. K. Dana JohWIOP, editor of the New Mexican, hai been lenteaeed to thir ty days in juil hecuuse u judge de- clded him guilty of contempt of court. Knowing nothing ol the eaaa, what ever, we helieve thn' the time will come whan a regulni proceeding in law wlH lie necessary tO convict of contemp...

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. — 15 September 1917

rm. kvi;mni; ccrrent, satirday. se:t. i.". iI7. LOCAL NEWS Marvin Lr. ingston and wife are in town today from the ranch. Will Howell, from the T X ranch Is here today. juu li. Welsh, of Loving, is tram acting business in town todiy. J. W. tteplOT and wife are .11 town t'y liansaetlng bwdneOt. Tne da. liter, MIh Kuth, wno 11 a senior ami attending High school haft, li ponding botufny and Bnndni a. bonoi eoit;. ..tour, of Oria, l in re to. day looking after bUllttOOl. Qoofge does not net up here very often, nut in rememlieied by old friends. K. K. Johnson and ('. A. M. i'ette, both of I'ccos, were in town last night guests of the Hates hotel. B. H. Ellsworth and daughter, Miss Ethlyn, nnd Mist Lena Bingham, were in town this morning. W. A. Moore, the real estate 1 .m, rc.intly bought the coiner lots of L. Oi Kullvn near the Wells Benson lesidenre and sold the Helms farm at Malairu to John Queen. Th a good farm and just what .lohn I . to help him out in the feodum lino. IT WILL PAY 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. — 15 September 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. SATURDAY, SEIT. 15. 1917. (' RPENTKRS 00 ON STRIKE; Two THOUSAND INVOLVED emtio RD ON wooden SHU'S By Aaaorlatad liw Portland, Orogon, Sept. II- Union imploycM ii amnion shipyards at w IllametUi Colombia Rivers, Port land, Vancouver) WaaMactoni si. Helena, Oregon, and -ona, Oregon, struck today for higho pay- Hw h(ip an now cloaad. over iwa thou hihI art nvolvnd In the strike. GRAZING LAND IS increased IN Mill (Ol .M'IKS. Ai its special Boaoaiuboi meeting tha state i'bx commission foi mi a n aetata ry to lairanai the valuation, of griming lund in several raantM la, ami t.p red ucc the valuation on grazing land ;ii one county in order to bring the vHiuu inn of property in the coun ties named to iu actual value: rhavc county. mcreaiiel 33 1-3 pct. ulfux county, increased 33 1-3 pct. Dl Hacu county, increased 33 1-3 pct. Guadalupe county, increased 27 1-2. .Lea county, increased 80 pct VI . u ;i . . '. ""lml7 couniy, increased 00 pct. ENTIRE si RAM INDUBTM1 I'l.At ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 17 September 1917

THe Evening Current VOL. I. NO. 1.11. ( VKI.SK NKW MEXICO, MONDAY, SKIT. 17. 1917. $3.00 Year, liOr. Month, Sr. Copy. FEARFUL STRIKES CAUSE KILLINGS RI()TIN(; KOI. LOWS STHIKK IN SAN FRANCISCO. By Associated Press. Sun Kraneiscn, California, Sept. 17. Spaiimudir street rioting closely followed the walkoul of ship builders and sympathizers. One group at tacked the United Railroad's street ear and heat two substitutes who were replacing, the striking employes. The platform men turned in a riot CM nnd the poliee dispersed the MOW ! with drawn revolvers. The Itrlko spread to many shops where machin ists were employed and laundry work ers. Thirty-one places walked out, sixty moulding plants are tied up, twelve boiler garment factories par tially suspended and machinists in the nutomohile shops uit, according to reports frem strike hcadnuar'ii . SWEDISH PEOPLE vmioK ACTION OK FOBRION OKKH T. Hy Associated I're s. Stockholm, Sept. 1 ' a great liberal meeting here n itions were propoMd ''.v...

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

WE EVENING CURRENT, MONDAY, HEIT. 17, 1917. CEveningCurrent CICTU W MO H. Mu i and Manage! ' ' ' JUU.JIllL UlU TRICT COURT FOR Wir Entered as . nil - class matter April i . I M., at tin' peal office at Carlsbad, N a Mi kIco. under the Act of March H, W7. Publlahed dally Bundayi egcepb I, by the Carlsbad Printing Company. 1 1 M RIPTION HATES. Om year in advance d.00 Six months ill advance H.00 UM moflth in advance .00 Snmplt wpjaj os Member of the Associated Proaa. 'I ha Aaaoeiatad Pram is exclusively entitled ti the use for republication flit all nowi crodltad in it at nut othcr wii credited In thi paper and nlao hi' local newi publlabad herein. All rights of republication f ipeclal despatches herein are alto reaerved. No. i Reserve Dis let No. II REPORT of THE CO -l I ION OF Tin: THE NATTONALBANKof CARLSBAD EDDY COUNTY Tin j'iry in the l: ilib II. AT CARI.SHAD ; III the SUte o( New Mexico, at the close if business on Sep;, BBjEOVM i s Loans and discounts 1 V. S. bonds deposited to ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 17 September 1917

iHfc i ni mm, CUMWT MONDAY, sm. i: i!i7. LOCAL NEWS Tom Kunynn, 1 J.ukowood, wan hero Saturday visiting nml looking after business. W. r, Fiiggard, who run thai Of) Bi-ri river. It !i town today won ring ii smile that wmi'i iiili off, fur lie MM out ill H Food lain Saturiluy and ll -n 1 smiling banuM lie mM that was Just what ha wanted. Lewis M. an la here looking around with a view of in vc-nttnir in angora goats. Hp and hi brother-in-law, Jack Scott, arr buying u liunch from Cox anil Bnnine of Dog Canyon. The numerous- friend of t red Ifharanyaf will he Intaraatad to i .ur that ho wan very ill Saturday and sent over to Quoen for a physician, hut Dr. Lyons wan away on a visit in Ar tesin and the roads were so muddy they did not bring him here. But Dr. Lyons went up that day so he must have (rotten better. Madame Swickard is spending a week in Artesia, going up the other day with Mrs. Robinson, who came down for a visit. Mrs. Swickard has not been feeling very well for some time and...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 17 September 1917

THE EVENING CCRRENT, MONDAY. 8 KIT. 17. 1917. miss i'Hi irs RECITAL. A large and enthusiastic audience attended th' long rental given by M. i I ilh 111 I'rul!, nf RoSWOlL al th- Armoryi I Ml Priday night. Timet fortunsti ' Rough td be present atari treated to .i musical feast snch ai m have not id !! this taction of Ik inuntry !"i ii Inn HIM. I M tin : slngt v-i Introduced lo her audience by Mojor I!. P. Huje in an oloqaoai address, ' "niin nding hor and othwrj patriotic women f"r iho material nM I they are giving their country m rais ing fundi for the Rod Cross. The expectations of the eudlenee mh mora timn rnlised iy Iho wondorful volume and sweetness and porfoc tiun f technique nf this accomplish ed vocalist. Prom beginning t mdi ii lueceeslvs numbers of the pro gram won encorad to th? echo, and the gracious singer, with youthful generosity, responded time ami again to thi' applause nf the assembled crowd. Mis I'ruit, accompanied by her parent motored down from Roewell to give th...

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

TEe Evening Current VOL. I, NO. 132. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY. SEIT. 18. I97. MfN Year, (iOr. Month, jr. Copy PRESIDENT WILSON SEEKING TO END STRIKE PRESIDENT HKGUESTS IMMI GRATION AOBNT TO AIT AS MEDIATOR IN STRIKES NOW IN PROGRESS SAN FRANCISCO By A iU.I Press. Washington, Sept. 18. Secretary Wilson tclegraphcdAssistant Commis sioner Immigration Agent Royes at San Francisco to tender hia offices us mediator or conciliator in settlement of the strike of the iron workers and ship builders there. SHIPPING BOARD APPEALS To AMraicAN fedkr vnoH or LABOR TO STOP STRIK KS. TEUTONS TAKE POSITIONS THEN DRIVEN OUT BY FRENCH, LOSING HEAVILY AND LEAVING PRISONERS. By Associated Press. Paris, Sept. 18 The German tr after a violent liombnrdment south oi Miettorivor last ght launched ai. attack and reached the French lines towards the Neufchatel roaii. The French official .-.tatement says after ii sharp fight the Teutons were ejected from the positions, losing heavily and leaving many prison...

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

THE EVENING CURRENT, TUESDAY, BERT. U, WIT. IheEveningCurrent Wm. H. Mullans Editor and Manager ! Entered as itcond - clans matter' April 10, IP1T, ill thr post office at Car!- id, Si . Mexico, under the Act I of Mai h Me. Published dally ! Suti'i n excepted, by the Oirlshn 1 Print Inic Company, SUBHI RIITION RATES. Om yatr In advance MO I monthi In advMMt ii.oo One month in ndvuncc 00 Sampla copies OS Member of the Ashim iated I The Associated Preaa li exclusively entitled tn thr um fm republication of all news credited to ii or nut other srise credited in tins paper and alao 'ii- local nam puMlahed herein. All rights nf republication of ipeclal despatches herein an alto reaorved, Thr editor nf thr Roy spnnish Umerlran acknowledgee with thanks tin- envernor's appointment aa u del egate to thr dry farming nongiaai lit Peoria Mr sets forth, howavar, that owing id me net that no expense I money la provided and the cost ofl thr trip would bay a bom thresher, I ho feela ho can dn mora R...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 18 September 1917

Illl KVKNINU CURRENT, TI'BSDAY, SEPT. 18. HU7. LOCAL NEWS Frank Ktndal his Ropmobila to it. C Dow toda W. A. Dunn, of Roawell, is a guest of the Rate hotel while he looks af tor business. Clevc Lawrence, who has been ill here at the Iprtaffl Motel, sirit't' Sat urday, in seemingly recovering, being up today lien Christian left for Greir Satur day night where he will spend n few days If lilting his wifp anil babies. Mrs. Leon Mudgett wis very ill Saturday and Sunday at her home, hut in well enough' to sit up thin morning. Miss Camilla Mayes of Fort Worth, Texas, who lived here not so long go, came in from the plains Satur day and is the guest of Mr. anil Mrs K Hendricks. K llendri 'us, who has been quite ill, felt well enough to come down town la .ii important meeting of the Stock holm rs of the National llatik of t'nr isthnd, fi Nrday at which meeting T. C, II" na was elect) us diroator. flllin - the plaaa Of John A. May, who I I Mltly and left for a visM ai i oniyviiie, muisiis. I....

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

THE EVENING CURRENT. TUESDAY. SEIT. 1H, 1917. TIME IS UP ( ll Mas WILL HE LAUNCHED To MAKE ST VI E WHY. on you TO WE R I II T SUMMER STRAW HAT TAKI A LOOK AT OUR New Fancy Shapes IN ILL THE NEW. PRACTICAL SHADES AT $3.00 $3.50 and $4.00 Stetson's New Fall Feature Hats, THE hIMl Til AT LOOK QOOD M) STAY LOOKING GOOD $5.00 Staple Shapes in Felt and Velours at $6.50 up to $15.00 Joyce-Pruit Co. WE W ANT YOUR TRADE ' tjptnlag (.un ll III I)- l:ud ;.t Santa I V I ikI.i h I hit ago Orator of Nil tionul Hi put I ion. Simla Eb. Sept. Is A' meeting I bold ut the executive mansion I'riduy i night mid attended by chief Justice K. II. HmiMi Sopranos Cowl Justice C. J. Roberts, un ! other lenders in prohibition, it w: il t'.iini to ipen thr campaign to meks '( M Mexico ilry. in Santa IV thll evening, the main speiker to bl Mr. Stewart of hicugo, who when hen .vith thr tly (ii IT squadron Inst y ur mode a deep implosion not only as an orator hut also us a man of common s"nst Next month ox-liovcrn...

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. — 19 September 1917

The Evening Current VOL. I, NO. 133. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO. WEDNESDAY. SEIT. 19. 1917 $5.00 Year. 60c. Month. Sr. Cop. THREESUBSSUNK BY BRITISH GUNS i THREE HUNDRED T OF NATIONAL ARMY ON THEIR WAY TO HOUSAND SOLDIERS SIXTEEN CANTONEMENTS TO TRAIN FOR SERVICE AT EUROPEAN BATTLE FRONTS NAVAL FORCES OK GREAT BRITAIN SINK THREE GER MAN SUBMARINES TWELVE PRISONERS ARE CAPTUHED. By Associated Press. Copenhagen, Sept. 19 Two Ger man submarines were sunk by the British naval forces, reports u Bel ffian correspondent of the Tidens Tegns. Six men from each were tul: en prisoners. An armcil Brit i steamer in the North Sea rank u Germon Hubmsrlnc which was shel ling n neu'rnl sailing vessel. This is the second submarine wliiih was sunk by a British torpedo boat destroyer while attacking an armed steamer. RUMANIAN FORCES CAPTURE RE10RT8 IN (U NA REGION. AMERICAN STEAMER GETS CREDIT FOR SINKING SUB. I Jly Associated Press. Pctrograd, RussY, 1 i. 19. Ru- manian forces altacl. i the Austro-I German1...

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. — 19 September 1917

THK EVENING CURRENT. WEDNESDAY. 8RPT. 19. 117. REveningCurrent Wm H. Mullanc Editor and Manager Entered ui second clan -matter April H, .. at the post office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March A, 1H70. Published dally Sundays excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Company. Sl'IISCKllTION RATES. One year in advance Ii.00 Kix months in ndvajpcc 3.00 nr month in advance 60 flam pie copiea . OS Member of the Associated Pre. The Associated Press is exclusively QUEEN NEWS. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Bxell. at Smir Lake, Texas, September 12th, u baby daugnu i .nrs. Siell Is a sister of the Middlrtn boys of Queen. This makes h nice family two icirls nnd two lioys. It began Mining here Mond'.y and is still raining, (irass is line, and stoek of all kids are doing icely on the mountains. Victor Laudc, who represents The (iuadulupc Sheep Company, is mov ing their sheep back to the ranch. His foreman, Mr. I.athem, who is driving the sheep, has a couple of THE EIGHT TO SAVE FRUIT IN NEW...

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. — 19 September 1917

t rgg gVMJMWg CUHMNTj WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 19, LOCAL NEWS I RURAL MUM KK HXAMIN ATION. Snook Gordon came in from the ranch today, making the trip in his new car. Welli Beniion left for Roiwrll yes terday tu look after Mines there nd at the ranch. District Attorney Robert 0, Dow left for Koawvll this morning to be present at the iniuest there today. Charlie Elliott, who is looking out for Mr. Wright's interests in Dog Canyon, wax here Monday night and reporta. a fine rain over there. There will be an examination held here October l.'Jth, to All the position of rural carrier. This examination is for the county of Eddy. Albert Johnson and wife are In town today, and they got their new Studebaker some muddy. Anyway tuey are here to meet their daughter, Mrs. R. J. V. Iapsey, of Hanover. This is Mrs. Lapsey's first visit here since her marriage about three months ago. She expects to spend six weeks in the valley. IT WILL PAY TO HAVE YOUR Ford Cylinders Rebored WE DO THE WORK AND GUARANTEE SAT...

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. — 19 September 1917

mm THE EVENING CURRENT, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 19. Itl7. BABIES CARED FOR Children cf Soldiers Are Looked After at Croche. FOUR NATIONS REPRESENTED. Horn For Convalescent Babiaa Under Two Vr.r, Old Open All In Year Around Founded by Flrat Oanaral Secretary of Charity Organliatlsn Bocialy of New York. New Vnrk.- If your daddy had gone way to war to fight for hla country, atid fan nn aomcthlng under eaV yeara 0M1 and mother wgen't ura Where Mir next mug of bread and nrllk Wul coming frm. and like not motlipr waan't even there to worry I t It hi nil. wouldn't you thick It pretty hard llnea for a young eoi dli-r jiiNt alartlng out In the battle of life? You would. And, while you might not frame It ii In Juat those worda. you would open your mouth and your lunga and M Hip whole t.hOkI, hot. amcli filled tenement whlrb cnnatltut el your world know aliout how mlacr able you were, geaB If you were a aol dlcr'a baby nml NiiiMiHed to be brave. Thai h Juat why. out over the Hud aon and OWB htynnll t...

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. — 20 September 1917

The Evening Current VOL.1, NO. 134.. CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY, SEPA. 10. 1917. I.VOO Year. fiOr. Month. 5c. Copy. a A. ai ai a sr pa aa sat HAlu W I Ht GERMANS GIVE WAY 'RICE Of IL'OAI WILL LIKELY he RIOUCKD BOON, OFFENSIVE OF BRITISH HAS FOR OBJECTIVE CUTTING OFF OF GERMAN SUBARINE AND AIRPLANE BASES. By Associated Prcii. London, Sept. 120. Britiih forces on the Belgian front attacked the Ger man positions at 5:40 o'clock thia morning east of Ypres. Field Mar shal limit reports that satisfactory progress was made and that the British already have captured some valuable positions. The British offi cial statement announcing Field Mar shal Haig had taken the ogensivc, aaid: "We attacked at five forty this morninir on a wide front east of Ypres. Satisfactory progress is re ported Our troops already have cap tured Home valuable positions." General Hair's selection of the bat tle front east of Ypres as his latest offensive movement against the Ger mans, indicates his continuance of...

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. — 20 September 1917

THR EVENING l. RBENT. THURSDAY. SETA. 20. Itl7. IteEveningCurrent Wm H. Mullane Editor and Manager Entered ai second - class matter April 10, 1017, at the poit office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March I, I8t0. Published dally Sundays excepted, by the Carlibad Printing Company. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year in advance o.OO Six months in udvance .'1.00 One month in advance BO Sample eopiea .. 05 Member of the Associated Press. Th Assin tinted Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all newt credited to it or not other red Red in this paper ami also the local newi published herein, All right of republication ol special despatches herein an alio reserved, THE FIRE 1 1(1 ( h. l.Ht week the town iioiini had de llvered froni R. Ohnemui Itudebak ei t itcli iipiin winch the chemiciii ap paratus and hose Is to he mounted, the reel of which whin ready for u lire ll J I ...on Previous to purchasing the truck the board consulted with the fire department which a...

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. — 20 September 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. THURSDAY. SEPA. 20. Itl7. J LOCAL NEWS F. E. Turner, of Artesia, was here yesterday transacting business. Court will be in seaelon tomorrow and the town will again assume the appearance of an important business center. Willard Bates, from the Panama tanks ranch, came in today and will no doubt be here a few days for court duty. Paul Ramuz, wife and baby boy, came in yesterday for a visit with home folks. They are here todny nt Paul's mother nnd brother, Albert. J. R. Means is in town today from Hope for court, which is set for to morrow. Mrs. Means and Julia came to Artesia with Mr. Meant and will return to Hope t ght. ROYS AND GIRLS CLUB EXHIBIT. Mrs. R. E Karris and son, who htt located In or near Blue Springs, were In town the first of the week anil re turned to the ranch yesterday. The annual contest of the boys and girls clubs of Carlsbad will be held tomorrow at the court house. The clubs that will be represented are the poultry and gurden clubs, as the gi...

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. — 20 September 1917

THE EVENING CXRRENT, THURSDAY. SEPA. 20, U17. NEW FALL FASHIONS IN WALK-OVER AMI- SELOY SHOES For Women are Ready SHOWN FOR THE FIRST TIME AN ASSEMBL AGE OF THE LATEST AND MOST POP ULAR I HE AS IN WOMEN'S FA I.I. SHOES. REINFORCEMENTS. BUT LATELY ARRIV ED, BRING THESE DISPLAYS TO A POINT OF THOROUGH COMPLETENESS, GREAT ER THAN EVER BEFORE. NEW LASTS, NEW COMBINATIONS ALL OF THEM VERY ATTRACTIVE. The Shorn included in thene dinplsyn hardly need praise their Rood qualities arr ap parent "on the face of It" we've but to bring them forth for your inspection. And when you buy FOOTWEAR AT HORNE'S. you invest your Shoe money very widely you set the maker'it guarantee and our'x you can't make a mi-take SEE OUR SOUTH WINDOW DISPLAY CARLSBAD'S BEST STORE nORNE'S SHOE STORE SEE OUR SOUTH WINDOW DISPLAY WAR LETTER DELIVERED. Intrusted by Prisoner to Comrd Fifty Years Ago. Atlanta. (is. After n l of more tban fifty rears 1 'nmptroller (iencral William A (Vrtfbl has received a letter which was wr...

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