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THE EVENING CURRENT. MONDAY, APRIL 1. HI7
Carlsbad Camilla, Cnrrrnt
Wm. H. Mullane Kilitnr and Manne r
One year in advance ".00
Six months in advance I on
kj month, in advaact
From the time newspapers became
necessities and for thr first fifty
Mn Mini poHni)ly fur h hundred
after the iihIihh of making many
awl divers statements an tn the
oolitic s anl editorial polities and
ttM Doiiition of tin uatM'r in all n il
IK questions wan ! I nf great Win re cities, full of sin and strife
A HI VI It II'
I stood on thr mountain at evening,
And xaw the -tin go down
In colors of wondrous heauty
Whi.h enveloped the Heavens round
Them were colors of gold antl purple
Reflected from the clouds
Which looked in their still white
l.ike corpses in their shrouds.
The oir was still, and silence
I .ay o'er a uirt world.
No sign of life, save a wiap of smoke,
Wlmh from a chimney curled.
I looked toward the Kastland,
Sn many miles away.
Import when n new paper Wal launch
ed on the sea of whut was known
aa "journalism". However, those
day and customs have passed and
gDOd" and delivering the news, the
editorial opinions of the tiiamiKemrnt
being of third consideration, the first
being the local news, the second, the
late news of the world antl last the
ditorial For the lirst and until the
readers and advertisers find that the
"DAILY" is a necessity, it will he
And cruelty, hold their sway.
Hut as my vision l.ecamc more dim
My thnts on pinions new
, fur off lands ami differ.
Where fancy picture drew.
Of nations in mortla combat
Of Ileitis all strewn with dead.
Of a mother's tears and a widows
Ami children who cry for bread.
in scenes lika
aim to give the gist of the late Am we, scarce believe
' and other outside news, the mar- this.
kete and base ball uf the day the Where the Qod of nature smiles,
paper ii printed and to dish up local There are places upon this peaceful
That are rule dby Satan's wiles.
I looketl to the west e'er the mout
tain, 1 he way the sun hod gone.
Lot the "evening star" hod lit her
And the rurtuins of night had
Mary Queen Montgomery.
April II. INT,
Mwa in the well known ami popular
style that has become o leading fca
twrw of the Weekly Current. Whilt
it may not require much time to read
the late news it will be demonstrated
after the other papers arrive that
there will be but very little that has
Mt been first at least mentioned in
the EVening Current ami in the larg
er dailies only the details will lie of
rate rest, hut ns time trues nn ami
the patrons of the Current become
more nuiiieri.il . the news by wire will
ho added to by special and later by Kitchin endeared himself to the
putting in a lease, I wire ami making hearts of American people in asking
WHa UOnSDatl is entitled to, n hist the members of the house to caucus
Class atiomooti paper. To say there Hnil see whether in their wisdom it
Will lie unv ret coLTessioll would be ...... tk.tiw, uitak t,. I,.ii, I lli. mii in the
Presented by the hundreds of friends present crisis. His sincerity makes
of the Current who have known the ,. one of the real great men of th"
paper for twenty-live years ami to hour.
whom we give the credit for the sue- I
real of the greatest and best week
ly paper here or anywhere in the
country. The weekly will not be dis
continued, but, instriiil will lie en-
l.irtred and made better by the great
tmantity of local anil general news
I mode, up from the doily and will go ,,nnrmull drove tn(.
It" all wiin are unitinc t" unuiiii ;i
Idaily mail and to muny others who
will be unable to take a tiauy on tie
count of the cost.
In Every Sense of the Word
You Will Find
The Boston Store
The Home of Low Price
Try and See
I'oul Ares sent o car out to his
ranch Saturdoy night to tell Mrs.
Ilagcrman. v ho lives at the ranch,'
that her motflcr. Mrs. Bruti-shaw, was I
..:: ii.. Ill l . I ,tu..l il.,.. 1
in ii. in nr. .mi-. .ii-., ..
morning about four o'clock. Bill
or. Mrs. llratl
show lived with her daughter, Mrs.
Cocke at MM time nn the Rohb ranch.
WE TIRE PREPARED
For Your Ice Qream Wants
'I HONE ITS YOI'R ORDER
tn look after the safety
property on accnuiu of the unsettled
condition of the country are nt work
In their various lines The committee
of aafety will meet with the town
Captain I 'ran hos consented to or
ganise a koine guard company and
will be asslstiM by Captain dene Rob
erta. The iuestion of o mounted l1"
lice is being discussed and the other
towns in the county have been con
sulted as to their willingness to co
operate in this respect. The commit
tee of aafety meets each day to keep
in touch with offairs oil over the
country olid is working In harmony
with the sheriff and town marshal and
all movements will be as o unit. The
town board will be asked to puss
curfev. ordinance which wll make H
necessary for all persons found on the
street oftcr a certain hour to be
(dentin. .1 and show cause to be
abroad after the curfew hour.
Hose Comb Rhode Island Red eggs
t.ii a w or II LI.. I
Or liaicning. nee mrs. Tfin. iui-
jlana. tr phone 2T.0.
GIVE IT A TRIAL.
Every Sack (uarnntt'tHl
Saturday J. S. Oliver soltl Clarence
Bell, the honker, o Dodge touring car.
The garage hos been painted antl
hus been awaiting this honor for a
number of weeks.
Adjutant (lenrral Herring will lie
here Wednesday to inspect Company
11. Hattery A was Inspected today.
After the inspection on idea will be
gotten us to the placement of the
boys for future service.
Dudley Smith, who has linishotl
technical ratomobila course in Los
Angeles, is ut home, arriving Satur
day. He has accepted a position in
the Weaver gurngc.
EDUCATION IN MOTHERHOOD
A School For Mothers and Protpecti.
Mothers Opened In Los Angelas.
A school fur mothers and prosper
tlie mothers la the latest addition Ut
tbe educational system In Ids An
grles. Cat, although for tbe present
tbe organisation la being flnsnced by
.imminent Jiihwotnen of tbe city
The i 1 1 ii iii i Jf of coinmerce bas provid
ed free an exhibit and lecture hall,
where the examination of babies and
talks to mothers take place twice em h
week The general plan of tbe organ
Ixalliin Is to rm Ide a complete cotirsi
of scientific Instruction free of ebaigr
to u. mien wlib Infants fo rear. It Is
hi'ieil to make the work so effective
Hint tbe city and county wtll provide autoed to Prcos Thursday after cake I
funds for permanent maintenance for the cows. They returned Friday, urday night and organised
viltnin MM BTSH wees or me senimi r. noons unn lamity visum i lodge hrre.
hundreds of tmbles were registered. Cooper Sunday. Uncle Jack Williams made a
The tlrst illvlslon of the study course Misses Dunn, Mct'aw, and Hunter. ' I'yote this week on business.
Includes SUgoalCS, prenatal care, san of I ooper, were pleasant callers in New people are still coming into our
Inn Imi of the in. me. diet, bathing, ex Jal Saturday. j part nf the word. o, E. New Mexico
erclse and sleep, the second division i Quite a few of the Jal people took j is the coming country,
deals with gsOthirfcOOd In gi uersl: the in thr all tiay singing and big dinner No rain, but the sand storms seem
third division, tbe cere of lbs child, at the Custer Mountain school house j to he letting up some. Hope they
through lis first year, and the ronrtii
division. Us i are from the tlrst fo tbe
sixth jaar. The extension course of
the slate university la Included In tin
THE SWEET SHOP
Woodmen of the World met Sit
a W. (). W.
'may cut it out entirely.
Mrs. S. S. Skidtnore and little son.
Oluirt. are returning Ul Wichita l''ulls,
Texas, after a few week's stay with
her mother. Mr.-. K E. Hartshorn ami
JAL NEWS ITEMS.
Mr. Cooke and W. H, Uudlow ore
nn from Loving today. There seems
. i . ...I I .. ..I.. ...I iK I .111 ul
z xz. m &zLr!Li rss
has been recovered,
E. H. Evuns anil W. II. Harrison
went to I'rcos Thursday Ml business.
J. Ci Ainsworth of Andrews, Texos.
wus out with on auto load of pros-
Tha Oiihii Bn ss s Voyagor.
Vfiireii Is'es uie sogMtUBOa sent on
Journeys through, the post, even bolus
dtepatcbod broad, it is a logg stni
bard trial to lie packed In a PfOWdod
wall sack In the recesses of a stesm
er's hold To overcome this dlsadvon
tage the liallsii exiiorter urovldes a
SPtxial car In which her nmi.-u th.. this week-end
Hiieen nisy ride Hhe and her asso. I i Our school seems to be progressing
ates suit the little bit of sugar that hlfaly under the management of the
goea with them are i ery light
eiHirter makes a large, cumbersome
cage In which she I io ride The rea
sous for this sre that the Ihii must he
Kern Tolum ond the three teachers
in the school ut Monahnns, Texas, vis
ited at the home of Mr. May Satur-dnv.
Jno. A. Stuurt, wife and daughters,!
Misses Krankie and Naomi, took in
the Easter services at Cooper Sun
day. Mr. Quiccksell, of (iatesville, is vis
iting his brother-in-law, Mr. May, of
Eunice, this week.
Albert Dublin, of I'yote, wus out
Ul If U
vet the. " vaug1 .
AT tne trustee election, neiu iiitit wm
first Monday in this month, J. T. Lane
hart was elected over J. B. Kimbrough
. i.l. .i i . n i.,,,,i ....
itS r;'UT "w l"rkeJ I T Br.n.tew.y and family left
against It.- Iudon UwliUr. Thursday for Shatter Lake. Texas.
where Mr. Brands way will Work Uie
next few months.
J. A. Dyches left the latter part oi
AG. Shelby Go. :!
Cleanup In lewa.
la eoiineetfoii with an elaborate
rleanup .pmgrsm. medical represents
Uvea of the Council Bluffa (la.) euanj
bar of iiiuimerre have Joined wttb
awdi.-ai associations to severe etalr
lagislsttoo looking to stricter qnsrsa
laws than are aew hi force.
the week for the lower valley where
he will work the next few weeks
Clark Graham, the deep wall dril
ler, of Andrews, county, was over the
middle of the week after supplies, etc.
J C Johnson and son, l.lat
EVERY DAY WE HEAR THE CRY OK
FROM THE l.ll'S OK A DIStOI RAOKD
HOI'SE WIFE AND
NO HELP TO BE POUND EXCEPT IN AN ELECTRICAL
WAY WHICH is THE BEST AFTER ALU MUCH EASIER
ON THE NERVES BECAUSE ONE KNOWS IT IS SAFE.
Be Sure to Try Our New .
IT DOES THE WORK AT A COST OF FIVE HOURS SEW
ING FOR 1 1-2 CENTS.
LET US HELP YOU SOLVE THE SERVANT PROBLEM.
YOURS FOR SERVICE,