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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 5 May 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT VOL. 1. NO. 18. CARL8BAD. NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, MAY 5, 117. W.00 Year, Or. Month, '.r 'mf, JNL DELIVERY HERE-3 ESCAPE MUCH GULD FOR WAR Mexicans Escape by Sawing Bars of Jail Now in LMS Ih r J O J " quick response to the I rut o Cave on Black River Guarded by Sheriff's Posse. PRESIDENT APPEARS Thursday niirht about twelve o'clock ik y.i,..n. u.i m i. ... t I a iv m in ii i in .li ii i a i n , 'inn uel Yuoges and Mariana Garcia, broke Jail In Carlsbad by sawing the bant of the window on the north of the jail. The her iff and a poise started about daylight yesterday, going to Black river and searched all Hiv alonir tho Knr and until ten thirty last night !By Associated Proas, when they discovered some men in Washington, May . The president a cliff or cave about three quarters 'occupied a seat in the executive gal cf a mile weet of the railway bridge, ,'cry of the house while Balfour and One of the posse ordered the Mexl- th"" members of the British commis- can to t...

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. — 5 May 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, SATURDAY. MAY . 1017. veningCnrrent Wm. H. Multane Editor and Manager SUBSCRIPTION KATES. On year in il mn $5,00 Six inn' in advance .'1.00 One month, in advance .00 Sample copies 05 "Wladoni depurted from the United Stales rongresji long ago." Albu ajuerque Journal. A polite way to dull all member of congreai who do not agree with M. I Fox fooli. Were the Crlbd Current to make ueh a remark about the nro Engiiih congressmen it would I - In i'h treason and the editor would M ptSttt m durance vile. We alwayit heard it said that every living thing must hava It friendi in order to succeed in the world and this Rounds like if there was no exception to I1"1 ruli'. Let nee. What about the English sparrow and the German carpT Every inun's hand i . against tv"m, but what do they care for the f n ndshlp of mun or bent? They simply continue to increase and don't lk or give quartern. The German carp at least Hhould be safe during the progress of the war, at any mtr those in...

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. — 5 May 1917

LOCAL NEWS BATUKPAT, MAY 5. 1117. VMr. and Mm. H. D. Hill, of Lovlnir, era in town yesterday. R. W. Dmt, the reclamation attor ney, came in from El Paeo yeaterday. ne two O der girl of Mrv Annie Seavey am ill this week with meaalei. F. 8. Todd and wife are occupying I the reaidance vacated by Mr. and Mr. D. Jackson. H. A. Sanders, brother in law to Albert Ramus left for Hurley, New Mexico thia moraine;. L. H. Maddox, of El aPao, Texai, wa a Carlabad viaitor yeaterday tak ing hia departure for Amarillo last night. Glenwood Jackaon hat measles thia week and haa been quite ill. Some of the children have had a mild form of it while others have been very W. M. Young, a business man from New Orleans, passed through our fky today for northweatern pointa Si urgent business matters. Misa Maud Wyman, who is filling Miss Ethel Ryan's place in school this week, went down to Loving yesterday afternoon with Mrs. Jenkins. School closes at Laving on tho 1 1th "f May. Three teachcra have been employ...

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. — 5 May 1917

THE BYKW1N0 CUBKKKT. SATURDAY MAY I, M, R WAR'S GOLDEN AGE. ewdlfT Subeorlptlen I BpitUh War Lo.n U SISO.OOOMO. Oardlff. Walca Kiihacrlpttotia from nil IT to the new Itrltl-li war loan amounted to more tii ii n f 1110,000,000, U avnrng 'if 7Mi fur every mnti . Woman and child in Hid city. Thin re aaarkalilo i i linn loo I" un ludlcatlou of the golden air v hi. Ii Ihr war hat broOKlit to t'ardlff In no HrlllKli rit) ban audi axt wealtk ban earned eaatly and rprtckl) At (In uajibfaa k nf Hi wnr t'nr'llff bad ih' iiiritcxi export Ira da in fbt eountr.r Freight began lo Increase Hhii'M doubled. Irelded n irupied In value Voting bualuaaa men ontcrprW tag and daring Imititht whole I) rem mi a apeculatlt p hiiala which wuiihl ilmoM ike a New York rtirh broker In-1 tali- Aniotiti tin a MlUloctarrai of car diff m pa rawtaan young man who he forp i Iip war arara shipping ilatki earnbig not ofa IBM a week It baa mil hPM llM owner only h hivi proflted. First eRkM disk In tmrrt-, cs.e. Isllv tri...

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. — 8 May 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT VL. 1, NO. 10. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY, MAY 8. 1917. f.'.0A Year, 0r. Month Sr. C GERiNS BLAME Copenhagen, May 8. Conservatives I an; pan-Germans have now brought up their heavy artillery in the battle airainat Bethmann-IIollweir and boldly lay blame for the long duration of the war at hit door. The conservative Deutrhe Tagei Zeitung explains three 1 or four days delay in German mobili sation at the outaet of the war, due to the chancellor's hesitant policy, and which caused the loaa of the bat tle of the Manic. The Tages Zeitung goes on to declare the chancellor threw away the chance of terminat ing the wr by opposing the ruthless submarine warfare and quotes Field Marshall Von Hoetsendorf, the Aus trian commander-in-chief as saying: "The war would have been over Ions; ago if the submarine campaign had been began a year earlier.'' The Pan-Germans and annexation ists are also comparing the chancellor to Bismark, demanding his retirement because he does not ...

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. — 8 May 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT TUESDAY. MAT , ItlT. T&EveningCurrent m. H. Hullane Editor and Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One er in advance fG.OO i Six months in advance 3.00 , One month, in advance . .60 Sample copiea 06 ' Entered an "ml i in - matter Air 16, lt17, at the poat office at Carlsbad, Now Mexico under the Art f March 3 IHT" THE SITUATION IN RUSSIA. The latest dispatches frum Rwsil tcro m a most 4lMQUMKiH churae r. It would be rritniti.it to diaputa ir fart lhat unless the govsramenl Clin readjust conditions the future of Rni ma a n help In the present erlabj la very uncertain. The disturbances tn that (nuntry on May I and - frema lo have bepr almost entirely in inny. One very Important for te, h wa aurrandaiad without the i mblanaa of realstanes and the iol n i ;n llinl pan of tin iirirv had d' i ii thivr bInii and elected now i-ull a nniri' grave condition Cr Mill in any military organisation 7 that important positions the sol di' it eliH'tni a committee that Rave vderi witho...

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. — 8 May 1917

TWg BV1NIW0 CVEREKT, TURY, MAT jWT. LOCAL NEWS j towfl Boston Witt and wife were in town Saturday and their daughter. Marion, accompanied them to the ranch. 8he wee exempt from examinations. Mrs. J. A. Beckett, of Hope, mother of M-. M. C. Stewart, came down Thursday and is at the home of her daughter. She was here to see Dr. Di'opn prior to his departure last Mildred Racklcv who was Rcni..lv niht Mr" Beckett has been ill for ill with measles last work, is reported fom ",n ner ho,i ,?f 'ri'n L JUmm 4 i none inr wilt lw wnnHaifiillv oenettt- r - - 4 - n Wallace, of Loving, was in visiting his sister. Mrs. Karris Saturday. some '.otter today. ted by coming here at this time. Albert Johnson, w.fc and daughter. The chapel of the Presbyterian Miss r.dna, wit in town Saturday ,hurch will be dedicated next Sunday shopping and looking after business. mornin(r ,t epVen o'clock. All who ran are invited to attend the dedica tion. KSirly announcement is mad L. E. Reeves, who is one of I hi 1 f ...

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. — 8 May 1917

THE BTBHTMO CUBEBWT, TUB8PAY. MAT . WT $1.00 A PAIR WE II AVI I'K.W DOKBN LADIES' BLACK SILK HOSE si.Ks h TO in That we will sell while they last at $1.00 A PAIR ALSO A LAMB ASSOKTMKNT OK- FANCY SILK HOSE at regular price $1.25 to $2.00 a Pair Joyce-Pruit Co. WB WANT VOUB TBADB' FACULTY Carlsbad High School OMMI C MANN. Principal IIKIITHA i. SMITH, Simnish. Shorthand, Ml mjjmmmmml n -tTTB" iia i immJ" jbt EHaocZlaQBSnx i"iiih"riP IH EiiMImEiI nhanfii jaawBaClH High School Building For Artistic Job Printing Try the Gurrent uaIa pea QBOKliK M. BRINTON, Sup rint ndrnt Bl rig I 531 r. M. BATPTBLD, Manual Training; DAISY K. C'BAMHKIil.AIN, KailUh and History

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. — 9 May 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT VOL. t, NO. 11. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO. WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 1917. SA.00 Year. Mr. Month Sr. Caps. GERMANS FIGHT HARD FORLENSMORALES' FUNERAL By Associated Press. With massed reserves anil every i available gun at his command the Crown Prince Ruprecht of Bavaria it striving to halt the ceaseless Brit-1 iah assaults on the Drocourt (jueant lint, the laat bulwark -protecting the richest prize of the (iermana in Nor thern France the great coal fields of Lena. The reckless expenditure of human life by the German commander who ha had at least (rained tome temporary reward in recapturing Fresnoy at the Northern end of the line. Ita capture marks the first time in the present offensive that a Ger man counter attack has succeeded in wresting an important position from the British. Everything indicates that the present struggle on the Brit ish front is regarded on both tides aa one of the most important actions of the war but it may be many dry auy decision is reached. BRITIST...

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. — 9 May 1917

'AT Iflt. IbtEveningCurrent Wm. H. Miillnnr Editor and Mhiuh-.t NOTICE TO DRIFT FENCE OWNERS. Ar m thm- Prof tor SUBSCRIPTION rates. It 11 tiihba. Chief of the Field Di viiilon. with headquarter t Santa Fe, New Mexico, requests the urrent to notify all parties intonated in fences upon public domain and all parties in terested in public driveways for rat tle under the Section Homestead Act, that Mr Yelverton, Chief of the Field Service of the ireneral land office from matter Washington, I). C, eogether with Mr. a il it inn .k ?;- . (Jibhs and Assistant United States Claris ew' Mexico under the Art District Attorney Henry (i Coors Jr 5 March S IRTO" wl" '"' courthouse in t arlsbad on mo I lin insv, "i p. him mm iuoi like to meet all interested parties at One year in advance (tlx months in advance One month, in advanre Sample copies . Entered second-class 16.00 :i.oo .no .06 During the revolutionary war nil that time. who were suspected of ravormg tnc Auie f FTmland were calleil lories...

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. — 9 May 1917

jm vrtmm omByr, wEpj.yoAV, ma,y t, int. LOCAL NEWS ! y Arthur Crosier1! children arc ill nl' i mettles thin week. 7 allot Hendricks wu mimed from i Mint Hatti Baker, who accepted a J. H. Gee will leave for the Queen the street since Saturday, and we. position ai operator at Ricordo, N. M., country thii aternoon with Lee Mid And he i quit III at hli home. But writei the it well pleated with her dleton, who hat been here havinir his an host of friend and especially the work Miss Hattle returned from car worked over. Mr Ore will take 1 1 P !, who mlM frequent Temple, Texas, a few weeks ago, a few days rest. ride in hi car. will he nleaiMt at havinir finished a mnr in tjWt nhu .. mn w see mm out again. ,and l making good Communications from Dr. Harry losle Fester la taking W ..-, H.I. u ,to hl P"ren here say thc a Jmmwmm W wMaM her turn this are having severe weather in Ottum- f Mr. Dillyhunty old his stock cattle the flrt of thl WPffll In I iLauU . C. J. Tallmadge, of Socorro county, 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. — 9 May 1917

THE EVENING CUBBBWT. WEDNESDAY. MAY .JJ "V. 'Kin in; 99 "DrpS8 Un' From the soles of your shoes 10 me Dnm or your nai-- Dress up Snruce un" i i And hurry up! Yes, hurry up--for in another week you'll be unable to "dress up" the way you can now. There won't be the variety of Michaels-Stern Suits to choose from in one, two and three button models in staples and novelties-- The splendid assortment of silk and madras shirts will be missing. The gorgeous array of spring neckwear will be "picked over." To-day's the day! Peoples Mercantile Co. CUBA OFFERS AID Well Trained Troops at Service of United States. PORTS OPEN TO OUR SHIPS. Will Act if Neceaaary aa Halfway St. I tion to Aid Northarn Republle In j Transportation of Troopa and Muni- tiona to Panama Canal or Othar Points on Qulf. 1 Nov. OftoMaV III addition to declar Nil war ui (tfl-iUHiiy dlatel f0. burton tba lead (r tile I 'ii ii nl State ci n men t , I'ubo will place 5,000 aril trained troop Infantry, cavalry ml artillery -at the ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 10 May 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT NT). 22. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY. MAY 10, 1917. $:..oo Year, Mr. M earth, 5c. Cur. FIRST COMMENCEMENT OFCARLSBAD SCHOOL 1894 THOUSANDS KILLED FURIOUS FIGHTING ABOUT RUINS OF FRESNOY COSTING BLOOD OF NATIONS The following ii a very interesting account of the flrat commencement of the Carlsbad Public School whi h was at that time called Kddy, taken from the tidily Daily Current of Sat urday, May 2fl. 1894: FIRST OMMENf EMENT. By Aaaotiatfld Press. The battle for Freinny continue! to ran wih fury whtrh recall the bloody struggles for Fort Douamont and Vaux m the day of the battle of Verdun. Thousands of live are being poured nut for the muitery of a little heap of mm that wai once the village and tip blackened, blasted tump that once were the wood until Freanoy threatens to rank with Vimy in tae price paid for it poses ion. The irreat important M of the poition is due to the fact that it forms the last important defense to the North ern end of the Drocourt-Qu...

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. — 10 May 1917

Kl srl Ih toi Ks Mi U va lie Mi Th M pel Ott la CU nil Pol Ma ( are C fan T&EveningCurrent Wm. H. Millan Editor and Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year in advanrn R.OO Bix months in advance U.00 One month, in advance .fiO 8amil- "opies .0Ti Entered an second-class matter April Hi, l!M7, at the post office at Carlsbad. New Mexico under the Act of March I, WTO." Published ilaily, Sundays excepted. iy the Carlsbad Printing Company. I. s than two month until the fourth of July. What is p done tu celebrate our National holiday by oar in. Mow flttinK to have a ejurr enough celebration thin year nnd not depend on nciirhborintr towns to enthuse us with patriotism In our Opinion nothing will encourage re cruiting like n rousing fourth of July Ctlcbrutioii with its red Ore basting of JriiirH and patriotic appeals THE EVENING CUBEKNT, THUMDAT MAY U. 1HT. OUR FLAG I ifev.. Iz5 IBM Quite a large -.hurl- of our citizens fr.;" c new heard f a home creamery nil possibly half (he community is i...

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. — 10 May 1917

LOCAL NEWS Mm. Marvin Livingston It spend ing tha tck with Mn. Elsworth James in La Huerta. Tom Gray came to tha lt day eveninr for a few ,lm Ha r porta plenty of water at hit ranch Hut a,'t griss lacked considerable of being Irnee high at the head of Black Bill Jonei and wife came in from their home on Rocky and are planning to apend a week on Green's Highlands at f,eoriard hai measles. Hat say he hopea the girls wont be stingy with boquets and oranireH. Progressive measles have reached Frijolo away down at the Point in Texas and Walter Glover is one of the first victims. Allen Dicknon, the baby daughter of Mr and Mrs. Henry Dickson at the flume la very ill today with mea slaa. Harold and Ixna have recover ed. , The New Mexico pinto beans that were ordered for the farmers of the county are now coming in from Ijs Vegas. Fully 17,000 pounds of this variety will be planted in Eddy coun ty this year or about 1,000 acres. Frank Barfirld returned yesterday afternoon from a ten days trip ...

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. — 10 May 1917

1 THE EVENING CURRENT. THUHEDAT. MAY It, ltl7. FIRST COMMENCEMENT CARLS BAD si Horn. ih4. (Continued From First Page) In her will be crystalixed the salient commendatory virtue that will give tical thought and plana will engross a proper share of her attention, and mingling; a higher sentiment with a rugged reality, the blended effect will lie the lever that will raise humanity to a more dignified and fruitful M- her a prominent place in the world's I aiilaa. The doom of all professions field of artivitieH. Shf will reach forth her hand t those around her and lift them to a higher plain. What nobler work is then- llinn thin? She will not be selfish but will give of her atore to all those who come to her When she speaks she will utter words of wisdom. No idle coed from her mouth. All her nay intra will be kindness, her words will be words of wisdom Her mind har boring no Idle thoughts, all her say ings will be freighted with kindness to mankind. Her aphero of usefulness will be enlar...

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. — 11 May 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT VOL. 1. NO. 2S. CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, MAY II, 1917. I.-..00 Iwi . Month. V. Cap. GLOOMY NEWS FROM RUSSIA By Associated Press. Along; the entire front in Mace donia from Monastir to Lake Toran, which ! a distance of 100 miles, the Hies have opened a great offensive and bitter fighting is proceeding in the bad of the Cerna river and in the neighborhood of Vardar, and on two points on the Macedonian front where the wild barbarous countty of moun tains and sterile deserts is broken by fertile valleys. Military critics are agreed that it is up one of these valleys that the allied forces must force their way. In France a deadlock continues but behind the fighting line the allien are massing men and guns for another tremendous blow. Meanwhile news from Russia is in creasingly gloomy in nature and it becomes more ami more a (uestion whether the provisional government can weather the storm which was precipitated hy radical socialists and visionarists or not Paris,...

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. — 11 May 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, FRIDAY, MAT 11. 1117. mi he fie fa n no w) t w of la b. b. il U CAveningCurrent V'm If Muilane Editor and Manager ML'BSrRIPTION RATES. One year in advance . . ..$ BOO Six monthi in advance 3.00 Om month, in advance 0 Sample copies 05 Entered ai second-class matter AprU 10, 1917. at the pout office at Carlsbad, New Mexico under the- Act Of March S. 187l." Published daily, Sundays excepted, by th? Carlsbad Printing- Company. Jl baa been partly cloudy ami un reasonably ,,,!, for a week now and our heart have beat high with hope In anticipation of rain, but like the I' iter la aoiif that wait longed for. It Mr came However, we don't envy .those north and cast of us who viure m nr fortunate our turn may lie nejft on the ducket There aint no use in talkinfr, but isn't it astonishing how llow the mill of God grinds anil yet how exceed ingly fine' We invented the subma rine and it got Us Int. i a nice mess, taint ' it" It is ao May to break man-mad" laws and get away wi...

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. — 11 May 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, FRIDAY, MAY 11. 1HT. iTinpnwiy ik mutm ttttt a It mmi LOCAL PS Ed. Burleson from the mountains is Ml Um Streets today. j. R. Yatee, from Dayton, was a r .rlsbad guest last night E. H. Hemenway it making quite a I, repuuuew .. . ravei at week : iw was in Santa Fe and this mornlmr jha took paaaage for Pecos, Texae, to whenever oe anient from our city for aeveral days. Char W. Irby, a traveling man fron J. W. Caudill, of Lovltigton, arrived in our city lat nifHit and took pas Mr fallow UfWnaman. XT. Th. ehs-nt .nr , k. n. w. H. Mr-fnathn, la considered equal to tlonnl Bsnk f Caflahad, New Mr,. "T A iVT A all occasions and is never aliiMed . ., ' imnn IW in- III JIH t'X- A aft AJ - - m m. tevir DUbho occasion Hrmanrf , i 1 . n .... I m ' - - - .... (.iruniiriv uuu r in n tr nnniti.n ah he wm conscripted last nifrht to mnke business of the bank for the month a patriotic appeal to Company B and of April exceeds the hus'nees of the cttiiens generally. In his usual stir...

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. — 11 May 1917

THE EVENING CTJBJBKHT, HUDAT, MAY 11. Ittt. Sport Oxfords Wc have a splendid assort men. of While SMrt oxfordH, in Can van Buck Trimm- il rZi ed, Neol.tl Sole .. JtJwtV White Muck Ivory Sole and Rubber M. $4()Q White Reinekin Cloth, Buck Trimmed, Neolln tit A sole and heel at .. PT"' They are all new novelty Oxfords, all sizes. No. 1187 Reserve District No. 11 REPORT OP CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT CARLSBAO. IN THE STATE OP NEW MEXICO, AT THE CLOSE OP BUSINESS ON MAY 1, lf!7. RESOl'RCES. Loons and discount Overdrafts, unsecured U S. bond deposited to secure circulation(par value) Bonds other than U. S. bonds pledged to secure U. S. deposits . - Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent of sub- Hcription) - Value of banking houae (unencumbered) ....v Net amount due from approved reserve agents in New York, Chicago, and St. Louia $ Net amount due from approved reaerve agent in other reserve citiea - Net amount due from banks and bankera (other than I included in 12 or 20) ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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