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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 27 April 1918

MERR1MAC HERO HEBE MONDAY i fin " V.'-J1" 11 ' 1 L . - ....., i , E PREPARED ltl lOIOM) I'KAIl.sOX MOItSOV, BE PROTECTED m,. il l: m vitsumsMs, nt-u roil.MCIl, M li:.Ml!HT, OltATOIt, IZ) ' -s Vn I . V ii ah mi;sn ;i: i on 'Aiti.siiu OTI.K.XH. i When Ciipt.iln Hkhmnnd I'ournon llol'hon. In lh tiMtbur of .Santiago, performed the heroic font that mad him fuiuoiiK, he did what, after all, w not Hhe most Important deed )io lntH wrought for hiiinunlty. He W his valorous romrudes In that ded of ImtoImu and with theiu fac ed the volley of lead pouring alike from SpantHh fortieth and fleet, lie wan hi aw, he wmk perpintent, he was veiy much In earneM. Then hw tame Ikuiim and vrlth the same bravery, p t itliic and earnest nen lit' served bin ion n try an Con grcxMiiMn from Alahama, his native Mate. Captain JloliHon had done tils let In fight Spuiilxh rrui'lty and itppifHHion In Cuba; CongreHnmnn llobnon did hiii best to fight the cruel and opprosHlve liquor traffic In the United States. From ...

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 April 1918

TMII KVKMSU (.'VflRIOfT HATUKHAV, ATRIL 2T, it I. LOCA NEWS Y. L. Pesrborne spent yesterday In Arte I a on business for hit Aria. Sunday flpeclal at Sweet Shop Strawberry If cream and frown strawberries, from fresh fruit, ltd U. O. Illchburg, a ptotulnrnt minister of Eovlngton, was re gistered at a local hotel yesterdsy. Mr. Genevieve Illevlns In on the sick Hat today, ronflned to her room although noma better than she waa yesterday. Minn Van Wle, Miss l.rn. Minn Hemcnway and Mr. Uonnr lelt In a car yesterday, and. after experienc ing ear trouble of many and vari ous kinds, finally reached their des tination, f.'oawell, tale In the aftci-noon. lfettry Inge IUk. Henry J. Lunge came in Friday from Santa Fe, he having; been re 'leased on a bond of 1000.00 for hi appearance before the Federal court. Mm. M. M. Porton wa an over night visitor to the Ileautirul, en route to her home In Texarkana, af-1 ter a visit to friends In Artesia. ! J. W. Melton. J. F. Hall and Ir. V, C. Dona left In ...

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 April 1918

M (tut ijWWWf USE MORE POTATOES. I Ij Give Your Little Ones An Interest in the Future They are your hold on the future, and America is fighting to make their future safe. They are too little to realize this now but some day must learn to reverence the traditions of America, the ideals of America, the great cause for which the men of their father's day gave their lives. Be ready then to put in their hands bonds of their government j They will be for them inspiring evi dcnce that their fathers planned sac rificed and invested for their sons future. Liberty Bonds will mear more to them than money. The will make, them proud of the father? who in America's day of great neec proved themselves true Americar patriots. Invest in Liberty Bonds for Your Little Ones TH15 SPACE PAID FOR. AND CONTRIBUTED BY D THE PURDY FURNITUTE CO. i r.lOONEY GIVEN ANOTHER CHANCE Dy Aaaoclatad l'ie. Man I'tanilncn. Apill '11. Tin- rr inotal of tin- ill-Hi li sentence on Moonev and tin complete nettlim nldr of al...

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. — 29 April 1918

tmm USae tiirent VOI-. 2, NO. II. CAItl.KllAI). XKW MKXICO, Md.MHV, Al'llll '2H, HUM. t."MM Yrnr. flih . Month. V. Copy. AMERICANS ON AMIENS FRONT MAP OF HATTLEFRONT --ft ' ''" ' 4 ."I TT. . -J rVi , 2 x1- HIKUWII, TAI.I.S .VMONfl TIIKM AH TllliV M AIK'II IS TO 1-ltO.NT i,ini:s ok t moi s hutm:. FILM). .,,.-,.- . 7 . With Anierienn F6rcea In North ern France, April 2 8. lly Anftoclat ed Pre. American troop have taken up position on the French battle front under the French high command In which all rank have uprenio confidence. The Anierl-, can forceH face the enemy on a line harrlnK the nermann from I'arl and Amiens, where they have been I attacking n number of day. ( The Americana, on entering the line, found their poMtlon In a roll ing terrain. The artillery wax the Brut on the line under n fire, which, In Home cane, wa rather heavy. American punner took up poaltlonn of French hatterie and completed the woik of dlpKlnc In. When the Infantry moved In, the flphtlnK wan Junt a Inlenn...

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 April 1918

r LANGE TARRED AND FEATHERED refused, he hastily made his way on rout down the sidewalk about a fourth of a block, when he crossed the street to the Corner Drug store and followed the sidewalk south a short distance, when he turned into the middle of the at reft and walked the entire distance to ' his home se.eral miles south of town. Jt is said that Judge lllcharrison will he down from Uoswell to in eMlgate the affair. WW BE PREPARED BE PROTECTED 1IUHANT AMI I KO-ii:itM AN AT- titiiik r.t m;h most hi'mii,. IATINO ACT to in: VIMMD I rov HIM. i I Henry J. Lange, who whs arrested on the streets of Carlsbad on April Liberty liny, and afterwards taken to Santn Fe to stand trial before the Federal court for dis loyal utterance, returned here last Friday, after hating made hail for Mm appearance in mutt at u Inter date. The name day of his arrhal in 'aillad a committee waited on lihii at Ma home for the purpose of M'lllnit him it Liberty bond, and he lust gate the excuse that he was unabl...

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 April 1918

ft T1IK KVKNIAO tX'IUlBNT MONDAY, ATOIL 28, 101. LOCAL NEWS Thed lelk spent 8unday In town. TunUlit and Tuesday fair; slight ly cooler southeast portion tonight. It. K. Tucker la up from Living this afternoon, looking after busi ness affalra. Ml s Vera Iloyd returned yesterday from a week spent with Miss Olive SchulU In living. Rupert K.ell la In town today, coming from his home at Angeles, Teias. Tor a brief stay In his old home town. If. S. Hamilton spent Sunday with homefolks In town, coining . from I,ovlnKton. where he hns laiKe contracts In building. W. Adams was a passenger to ' Koswell Saturday from the C. I. 'and F. ranch, going for a few days to lalt with friends. Horn - At Kddy County hOHpltal, Saturday nlKht, to Mr. and Mrs. II. ! Ualley, of Koswell, a fine boy. Mother and child doing well. T. A. Kzell Is quite sick at his home in Angeles, Teius. Mr. Kiell has been In bed ten days suffering from sciatica, with very little re lief. Meters. II. K. Christian and C. li. Leftw...

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 April 1918

YPRES IS GOAL OF HUN ASSAULT t f- V .--4 v. l . Kffl & P 1 r-i (mm m 1 fa K-3 r 'jz m 1 ?"3 WBaafl Bros " War TOmm" sum IT ra Are you complaining be cause "war time" means coal shortage; less sugar in your coffee; bad business; less money than you think you ought to make? What about the boys who are fighting for you in France? For you a little economy and deprivation. For them the trenches; the pitiless storms of rain and sleet; the ceaseless deafening bombard ment of the guns; hunger, cold and fever; wounds and death. That you may dwell in peace, plenty, and security, they sacrifice everything, give everything, brave everything, and face a nameless grave with a smile and a song. '- if - " 'y'V" ' mmmmm Li ' j- What are you doing, or giving, or sacrificing for them? The Third Liberty Loan is your opportunity to prove the patriotism that is in your heart and on your lips. Your opportunity to show yourself worthy of the heroism, the devotion, tho aelf-renunciation of your sol dier...

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 April 1918

5s JDveratag CMTCMft 1 CAItLKItAI). M:W MKXICO, TtKSllAY, Al'ItU, J0, IOIM. f5.(0 Year, OOe. Month, ftc. Copy. VOI. 2, NO. I a. ALLIED FORCES ADVANCE LINES Uy AMoelated Preaa. Itrltiib Headquarter In France, April 30, via Oltawa.-The entente allied line has been advanced be tween L Clythe and Kemmel. Th French and llrltlnh have also made h of that region. Today'a report from Flandera aerve to cmphaaii the completvuewi of the victory won by the Annlo rdav. notwithstanding a tremendoua assault oy which the (lurmini had honed to break Into the allied hill poaltiona southwest of Yprea and beRln' cutting their way on toward the channel porta. The iinnlinn aeema to have been fttlCh that the entente high command hui dorirloii nnri more to make a AUSTRIA WOULD STANDARD OIL HOBSON OUTLAWS LIKE PEACE TflLK CO. COMPLAINT ALCOHOL It y Associated lres. Ktm-khnlm. Anrll 30. A Catholic International press agency says that Kmperor Charles or Austria is mak ing a fresh peace offer, appealing to Ital...

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 April 1918

. iiimii MULMlMMMHWMWlllllll WHlMI IWIHHWH IIITirnr - ' " .bmmmum mm , i I.-IH, mii Mtii wmTiiirir" " ' WM)glMBB--MB(WB(W((( tlMi.tlluMMmn mitm mm tm tmtmm nuwi i iism Mfn'in nai rTWiwm nrrr wnsinirr m .-. . -- --- 1 ' y4 TIIK KVKMMl CTIUtEXT. Tl KSDAY. AHUI, 50, IPIB, J TIIIC tVKMMJ tTIIIUCJff TtraPAT. A1K1L SO. 101 . J;&i' ; 5 u fc JEW till m 1 Vfefte H t ij$s&-siisit sill g ! Tin: run i: oi- oi.. The ivIhmI at tlu Cailstuwt Srhrnm, of KohwiH, U In town Mrht and 1'owt plant, which wan unUy, anHlBtlnj? th I'lihllc I'till . . tnuu,ti in Kin Into nnrlni: for rrpalrn hn icon "on the hum niraln. Tho company ha horn hp- . (.o(.n js R yMtm able to tun Hh Ice PnJ t,,H J' ,,, n. at from hln ranch a! I.a.t but fortunately hai plenty r ,,,rh : on nani i" "rr'J I tmlmfmmf . I'iki'i ni coal lum r..-n llxt-il at th- inlnt'H by th lnh ral fn. ,. mlniHtiution. uIho b maiKln that Ifalei-H may ihau' i hxol; tlun foi. Hitter tlif inico that han ! t lermliie iioun an lnlne f:lr and lust la hi...

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 April 1918

BE PREPARED BE PROTECTED ! . PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US NOW for.your season's require ments of COAL for delivery as soon as the storage consignments commence to arrive. "VVe are filling every available foot of space with coal, but" unless we can place a considerable quantity with our customers, we will be unable to store enough to insure a supply for the winter. So whether you buy of us or our competitor BUY NOW! '1 can understand how a scheming politician or even a scheming admin istration might hesitate to Incur the anger and wrath of these powerful political force. Dut this Is no time to play the game or politics. We have a Democratic administration, but I feel Jiia.ifled In declaring that no patriotic Democrat would wish the administration to gain political advantage at this time to the hurt of the Nation and the peril of the great cause for which we are fight ing. There is no north and no south now no Democrats aud no Republicans we are all Americans. This meeting here tonight an...

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 May 1918

1 Mi ELveikg CiiireiiL VOI 2, NO, I a. CUU,SHAI. Ni:V MEXICO. WKDMJSII.W, .MAY 1, I01M. 5.to Year, C. Month, IV. rpy. I POPE WILL MAKE NEW PEACE OFFER ADDITIONAL DRAFT CALLED FOR RECORD MADE IN LOAN DRIVE GERMANS GATHER SHATTERED ARMY v. 5- V,3 By' Associated Wees. The Hague. May 1. Hrltish Ad miralty per wireless. The Tope In tends to Issue s new peace offer on' Whit Sunday, Cologne aewspa pera announce. The ' document la aaid to be of a more pressing nature than any formerly made. It will contain concrete offers of mediation by the Tope, with the possible cooperation of neutral sovereigns. Similar Information of the Pope's Intention, 'tie paid, reached Berlin, where it haa receiv ed sympathliera. Whit Sunday la May the 19. ily Associated 1'reM. Washington, .May I. A call for elfcMy-iilne hundred and eight yflv additional draft men hm fcwmed by I'nwwt larlial Crowder. They will be wnt to twenty-two Imtltntlon scatter ed throughout the country for two rmmtlit couree of training In 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. — 1 May 1918

LI (JUT A POWER CO. The Carlsbad Light & Power Company hm had an accident to Ita Istge turtln at the power house, the frown wheel on same breaking and placing thin turbine ternporari ly out of comml-nlon. However, a new rrown wheel, which wis or dered at the time of a aimllar break taut February, is scheduled to arrive in h few days, no that the company expect! to hate It laige wheel in operation again very shortly. Meanwhile, the amaller turbine at the plant la carrying the company's load satlflfactnrlly. The company la now Installing Auxiliary oil engine equipment at Ita power house that will provide 100 boraepower additional capacity. Thin will be available to handle Increased load, to supply breakdown emer gency service or to tide over periods of low water In th river. The company also will Install this sum mer a new water turbine of the latest type, directly connected to a generator located on top of the tur bine shaft. This unit will replace -one of the old turbines at the...

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 May 1918

Tin5 LVLMNG CimRENT, WflDXESDAT, MAX i, 10W. LOCAL NEWS George Wearer, wife and three daughters. Clark Wilde and wife. Miss I'earl Itlce and Mtia Mary flr; Owena motored down from, Artesla and attended the revlral meeting at ( the tabernacle Tuesday night, leav- I idk ior nome ai me ciose or. me meeting. Ilev. Fretwell and wife conducted a meeting at Arteaia orer Commencement eierclses will be , a year ago. and there la a church Tonight and Thursday warmer east portion tonight. Good Piano for sale cheap. Mrs. J. P. Children held May 13th at the auditorium. Mac Farrell Is In town today from his ranch on Mark river. J. D. McClelland, of the Otis dis trict. Is In town this week attending to business. of the Nazarene denomination at that place. Kev. Fretwell tells us there are about 4 5.000 members of the Nazarene church In the United States, a large growth, considering the hk of the organization, which Is sometblnv less than fifteen years. A. K. Stevenson was a passenger on the southbo...

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 May 1918

BE PREFACED- EE PROTECTED I PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US NOW for your season's require ments of COAL for delivery as soon as the storage consignments commence to arrive. Wc arc filling every available foot of space with coal, but unless we can place a considerable quantity with our customers, wc will be unable to store enough to insure a supply for the winter. So whether you buy of us or our competitor BUY NOW! BUGS WORSE THAN GEIffiN spies : I)ALUi: OF l20,0O0,0O0 1KKNR TO I'HOPH ANNUALLY .-4ntAIN PKMTH DF.HTUOY HALF OF IM MK.NHti TOTAI Insects annually destroy $420,000,000 worth of crops In this country. Half of thin, or over $200, 000,000 daman, is done to cereals alone-on which we depend this year to win the war. The coddling moth and ap ple peats cost the farmers an Dually 120,000,000. The chinch bug and bo! I weevil rob tis yearly of $4 0, 000,000. Tree. Insects Cost $100,000, 000 a year. Every song-bird destroyed helps these expensive pets to help the Hun. cannot be withstood by ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 2 May 1918

Jltae EDvempig Cranrem VOL. 2, NO. II. CAULS HAD, XKW MEXICO. TlirilSll.iV, MAY 2, 1018. $3.00 Year, COc. Month, fie. Copy. i i I i I -m. ' V K SHIPS AT SEA MORE POWER HAVE COLLISON NEEDED BY BAKER Hy Associated Prmn. Atlantic Tort, May 2.-Survlv-ora of the coastwlno steamer, the City of Athens, which wan mink In a collision with a French cruiser off the Delaware coast yesterday, with a loss of slrty-slx liven, related msny tales of heroism by the . crewa of the vessels, and pralaed the efforts of the French sailors, especially those who launched the mall boat within a few minutes after the accident and rescued sur vivors from the wreckage. How ever, the sinking of the steamer within five minutes after It was rammed by the warship, was res ponsible for a heavy toll of life. Some claim that the City of Athens life saving apparatus failed to work properly. PLEDGES POUR INTO TREASURY JJv Associated I'ress. "Washington, May 2. The Third Iouii total Is $2. M 1.631.850, h ii j result of 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. — 2 May 1918

DM 1 i ' I f . i i i i IT i rr i si T1 BRRTY BONDS ' pave the way to VICTORY in war, -an rly, complete, triumphant VICTORY. If we arc to win ic war abroad we must first rn to spend wisely, to abandon luxury, and invest every dollar we possibly can in the bonds which provide the materials and equipment without which the war cannot be won. Save and Serve! Buy Liberty Bonds This Space Told (or and Contributed by THE LOYAL SHOE SHOP II. J. SLEASE, Prop. PATKIOTIC puooham AT Tin: ofAiTAryrA. The Chautaucjua program which commences here May :t will ! cry patriotic and the inoht varied ami Interesting entertainment of Its kind ever brought to tin ctly. There will tie the hero of the, Main", (ialllpoll nnd Vcidnun. who' . . ... ... naa i.een wirougli i no hell or patt und liquid fire, nnd who has sur vived tin storm of denth of Ku lope's Moody battlef lelds, to relate some of hU experiences and Rive the lews of eye witnesses an will n to tell us how we may better car ry on our woik to help ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 2 May 1918

Till! KVKNINO CUMIKNT, TIIUUSDAV MAY 2, 1918. LOCAL NEWS 7 H. Stephenson, of Artesia, In In Carlsbad Joday, electioneering. Frank Thlelan, of Roswell, I a business visitor from that city to the Ileautlful, today. 2) C9 CO Father Anselm Kennedy, of Huf falo. New York, I visiting the priests of St. Fdward's, this work. TIRES Mill Cummins, typewriter agent, and doctor, la In town thin week, coming from F.I Puso, hi head quarter. J. L. Williams, Malaga merchant and member of the County Conn cll of Ierense, la up from hla home today. The Womans' Guild of ('.race church la holding a meeting at the home of Mra. J. I. Merchant thin afternoon. Mr. and Mra. Walter McDonald and children are down from Lake wood consulting -a physician for one of the children. Tohe May. Karl and Hill Whlt tnker and Hugh Cage are down from Hope today and will pro bably upend the nlKht here. Tom Yashldda, Japutacse cook and housekeeper In the Carl Liv ingston home, was taken to the Sisters' sanitarium very ill the...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 2 May 1918

JACOB J. SMITH First Class Tailoring CLEAMMi. REPAIRING, AKD nicssiNU And All Work Don In U TAILORING LINE. BE PREPARED BE PROTECTED WEAR KDDY COUNTY COUNCIL OP OK- ! KNSi; MAKES RINOIMJ AC PKAL TO CITIZKNS IN ItIO HO.ND DRIVE. To Every Cllleen In Kddy County, BUY BONDS OR THEM Greeting: I) 1 fi PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US NOW for your season's require ments of COAL for delivery us soon as the storage consignments commence to arrive. We are filling every available foot of space with coal, but unless we can place a considerable quantity with our customers, we will be unable to store enough to insure a supply for the winter. So whether you buy of us or our competitor BUY NOW! oyce-Fniit Company "UK WANT VOUt TRADE." MSn.ii a sr.? ,'Mz:::, m .:xm, The High School Annual is a iiKiii ckakk production r biographical sketches, clever jokes, laughable cartoons, n Inole number of lino half lone picture and attractive advertisements. This combined with the very highest Oracle of workman ship mak...

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 May 1918

mm VOL. 2, KO. 15. CARL8I1AI), NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, MAY a, 1018. a.YK) Year, 00c. Month, ftc. Copy. ALL QUIET ON QUARTER MILLION THIRTY MILLION BOLLARS MELTEB SENATE WOULD PUT WHEAT UP BATTLEFRONT MAY BE CALLEB i f I t i J rjtr 1 By Associated Press. Flanders and IMcardy and the Arras salient continue to be quiet, and the Germans have Riven no sign of where the next blow will be or when It will come.. The present lull In the righting now exceeds three daya and there has been less minor activity than dur ing previous breaks In the heavy fighting In Flanders. i)y Associated Press. Washington, May 3. A call for sixty-two hundred and aeven men for the national army was tent by I'rovoat General Crowder to all states, except to New Jersey. It directs movement of the men for May 17. CftMialty I At. Washington, May 3. The casu alty list contained eighty-eight names. Addresses were resumed. There were none from the west. It waa divided as follows: Killed In action eighteen; died of wounds one...

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 May 1918

EE PREPARED EE PROTECTED PLACE YOlR ORDER WITH US NOW for your season's require ments of eoA; for delivery as soon as the storage consignments commence to arrive. We arc filling every available foot of space with' coal, but unless we can place a considerable quantity with our customers, we will be unable to store enough to insure a supply for the winter. So whether you buy of us or our competitor BUY NOW! t 4 A I ft. Homing ua Deing among mem which she regards with eapechl affection. Mar stiff have manv I more such happy .anniversaries I A Guest. Tonight and Saturday generally fair, preceded by rain- aoutheast portion thin afternoon or tonight; not much change in temperature. Mr. and Mrs. I'mfleet, of Kos well, were In town yesterday, leav ing for their home last night. Mrs. Unified found an old friend here Mr. L. W. Arthur, ot Loving. The ladies knew each other In Monte Vlsts. Colorado, hut iiad not met la aontey ears. They hi a fine time together renewing their old friendship and ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
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