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title: 'The Evening current. (Carlsbad, N.M.) 1917-1918, April 16, 1917, Image 3',
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THE EVENING CURRENT, MONDAY. APRIL 10, Itl7.
LOCAL NEWS I
juage m, n. once 11 in tne oily I
W. W Smith and family from the
Delaware ranch, wer- in town thia
Benton Stone, of Roiwell, waa in
Elbert flhipp left for hi home at
Mrs S. D. strums, Jr., and duugh
ter. are on the aick list.
Miss Kendenon, of Malaga, who
ii a trained nurae, came home from
the plain country where the waa
nursing and waa in town Friday.
Mr. and Mr. Joe Cunningham and
little xon, William Mclntoah, came in
.Saturday from their I-ovington ranch
and IpMl Sunday in town.
W. J. Barber made hi uaual Mon
day trip to the city today.
Miaa Flora Smith returned to her
home at Frijole Saturda. She en
joyed a week in Carlsbad visiting her
numerous mi frienda.
Boston Witt is in the city from his
runrh greeting old friends today.
The plaina mail line took out an
unusually large amount of mail to-
A. G. Flemming and bride were in
town Saturday. Mr. Flemming look
'd after buaineaa and Mrs. Hemming
visited her mother, Mrs. Ramuz.
Uusa Dean aold hi wugon and four
horae team last week, while in town,
and returned to Queen on the moil
Tom Gray arrived in the city from
his ranch yesterday evening. He is
Miss Wardie, daughter of Bert Lack,
who waa ill for several days, is im
The entered apprcnt ice degree was
.onferred on Keith Ferguson Inst
Saturday night by Kddy lodgr No.
I', and A. M.
Mrs. Fred Leek was hrough' in from
Kcrmit, Texas, Saturday evening.
She has an attack of appendicitis and
came here for treatment so as to fore
stall an operation if possible.
Dolph l.usk and wife were in from
Lnvington attending the wedding at
the C. N. Jones' home Sunday even
ing. Dolph has purchased a tine new
ear and they were trying it out on this
Allen Stewart, wife and Miss Rul.y
1 1 ml, .11, motored to Itoxwell and re- 1
turned Sunday. They met Mr S'.ew
art who was in Kl Paso and came on
I response to a wire that Hugh BWWaft 1
is very ill.
John Barber and family left this I
morning for the ranch They nave
been occupying the Bert Rawlins home
for a few weeks. The baby is doing
f.nuiii Mcnnu wife, .luck Scott, and
one of Mr. Sikcs' head men, went to
Koswell Fridav night Mrs. Means
I expected to stop over in Artesin, hear
ing her mother, Mrs, McMahan. was
V S. Unruh, engineer of the Perot
Vlly Southern of Pecos, Texas, is in
the city M visit for a few days.
Many of our country cousins with
their faces ruddy iind beaming, were
in the ritv Saturday shopping. The
very young folks were exceptionally
conspicuous as they eagerly took in
WOMEN ARE ENLISTING
We are constantly enlisting recruits for
our regular Battalion of Thoroughly Sat
We stand the examination, not you, and
we guarantee to make good in all cases.
Enlisting the Women is no new busi
ness for us.
Our Dry Goods Emporium is being used
as our regular Recruiting Station.
The right suit for
HERE it ia, made by Hart Srhaffner and Marx. It's right
In quality, atyle, and in price; the fabrics are wool; the auit
looks like twice the money ; It's every bit as good aa It looks.
Notice the stylish lapels; the clean,
sure lines We guarantee to fit you.
You'll aavc money and get one of the
beat suits you've ever had. We'll
show you any day.
The Home of Hart SchasTner and
$25 $30 $35 $40
T. C. HORNE
The bjme o( Hart SchaBner h Marx clothes
Aerey brother! are in tin' city for
several days, having visited the l'an
hnndlc of Texas and many other lo
calities looking for a location. Mrs
Ben Acrey made tha trip with them
These trips an- proving a cure for
Mr. and Mrs. Acrey. They ore look
B. Bartlett came in Saturday with
Frank Miser and spent Sunday with
I his family, returning to his barber
anop in l-ovington today Mr. Hart-
1 t T n nt i.t niilM m...,.n.. I.,., r......i.. ,..
I - "- iiii'.iiik nia iiiini, it,
1 the plains as soon as he can get a
house or find a carpenter who has
time to build MM,
Born, to N. ('. Dugan and wife, in
Im Huerta, Sunday morning an
eight pound son. This is the seventh
son that gaddens the Dugan home, the
oldest being but ten years old.
Mrs. J. F. Allison, we are sorry to
stute, It not improving as was hoped
for. She has Seen indisposed for;
several weeks with un attack of tier
Joe Cunningham arrivid in the city1
yesterday from his ranch on the
plains. Joe says country life is good
enough 'or him from henceforth.
Miss Speck of Artesin closed u very IVtiMnaaWi ilsiaa - , '
successful term of school on LtfM 1 r'tTlllOliH tU'tlt Ka) 1
Tha L' -. J Ui... 49 I. - 1 I
'on.;. .mss oprcK llllcnileil ... . I
the dance at the Armory Friday even- Will llUM archil III tcntioil'
ing and expected to leave fin- her'
home n few days. '
Mrs. John Murrah. of Lnkewood, Is
in town today getting- dental work
I The rubbish from the round house
fire has all been cleared awav Noth
j ing definite as to the Santa Fe's in
tention nas nern ascenainen. ii is
to be hoped, however, that they will
rebuild at once.
Mr. and Mrs. Rube Knowles, Wini
fred and West, and the baby boy, wen
down from Artesiu today transacting
' I'n t rnhng 0"
Judge Pistole, of Artesin.
acting legal business todav
t run -
The Seniors, Juniors and Sopho
mores of the Carlsbad high school,
hud a most delightful picnic at A vn
lon dam Inst Saturday The weather
man very considerately provided an
ideal day for the rn try makers I'rof.
Brinton annex -mI a most sublime sun
Bert Leak left in his uuto for Kos
well at noon today. He was accom
panied by afeadamea Bert l.eck, Hock
Vest, John Hewitt. K. J. Totfelmire
to attend the head camp meeting of
the Woodmen Circle. Mrs. Hewitt anil
Mrs. ToftVlmire are delegates from
j A telephone box was placed on the
corner of Fox and Canyon streets, ao
should the occasion requite in case of
riot or trouble, the n.arshal could lie
reached ipjnkly and a general alarm
Arthur Mayes and sister, Mrs. Con.
Stone, were in town Friday.
Mat Fletcher was in town Friday.
RV, Mr. I.owiy came in from the
nith Friday on the Pecoa train.
Ilr. Munger called on 'he Mr. Hart
ut the Dark Canyon pumping stution
last Saturday evening to discuss bo
tany and horticulture. Dr. Munger
is quilt an authority on horticulture.
Dn't fori'i't ti. .... kn
Holder und the New Kecruit" tonit
at the Armory. It is we' worth the,
P' The songs und camp Ufa
scenes are well worth the money
88 und 80 cents. They have been
requested to reproduce this play by
u large number of people.
The proceeds will be used to buy a
much needed Aug tatf that will cred
itulily tlout Mid Glory. Don't miss tha
EMBARGO BULL introduced.
By Associated Press.
Washington. April l With the ad.
ministration's upproval, Congress iiuin
A damson introduced the war Mnbarjl
lull which empowers the presideiii to
forbid the export of foods or airtr
other articles of uny sort wli. n ht
deems it in the interest of the . . ic
to do so.
Miss Mm Jones and Mr. W lliati
l.usk were married Sunday tvnninfk
u full account of which will ap i u toe
Our friend. K B, Piatt, was award
ed the contract to carry the muil to
Faijole, Texas, at the point of the
mountains. Hi 'first trip will be
next Wednesday and will be mud
twice a week.
Mr. Sprung, propricor of the
soun hotel, in hi;
ia usual uuict unas
suming way, has itonil IUUVIU to wo
jwa'th of the city by making the va
cant ground around the hotel bear a
I part of life's burdens. He has a fine
garden in which to put in his spure
The work on the TanslM dam is pro
gressing very aatisfactory. There arc
.1...,,., l,.,, ... t. am pniraired in
I filling in with earth the break caused
by the flood laat summer.
Mrs. G. F. Itaaca. who has been
somewhat indiapoaed for several days
i .. ta able to be about the city Satur
Dont forgot the Company B benefit
at. the Armory tonight.
In response to dainty invitations
with Mr and Mrs. Hardy. Jr, as host
and hostess, u large crowd attended
the dance I i ids . evening Fifty
couplet or more danced te splendid
music furnished by home talent. Mrs.
Downing and Miss Edith Force re-
ci ived and Mrs. Henry Tipton. Mrs.
Mcllvain and others aerved u splendid
luncheon. The invitations culled the
young people from every town in the
valley und all the big ranches were
represented. After the ypuug people
were once acquainted and were danc
ing, the wee hours of day found them
untiring. The proceeds will be used
to beautify the Otis school grounds.
The visitors wish to congrutuylatc the
committees for the auccess and plea
sures of the evening.
'J brood mures with colts.
1 Jersey Milch Cow.
1 Jersey Heifer Calf.
13 Colonies Beet.
26 Supers, frames and foundation.
H. G. HOWARD.
' Loeiag, N. M.
WE ARB OPENINC AN UP in
TUB MINUTE SERVICE 81 '
HON AND SALESROOM tldl
DODGE, FRANKLIN AM'
Ml MM l Its CAR8 I.N 111
SMITH BLOCK FOKMAI I
OCCUPIED III. I IN N'S PAI v
We will carry a lull stark of
parts, and will be in every n
qualified to take rare of Haf bow
cars. Pennsylvania Vacuum Cup
Tires, special oila, parnRarlv
adopted to Fraaklln. CkaJw , .
aad Dodge wHI be available hers
all toe time.
We invite your Inspection.
J. 0. 8UVER