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THE EVENING CURRENT. WEDNESDAY. JULY 25. 117.
IHROI OH THR ARiLITI Of OUR BUYER. WHO is l. NRW YORK, wk ARK ABLE TO
SHOW OUR NEW LINK OK
FALL DRESSES AND SKIRTS
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TRH NRW RMY BROWN, NAVY AND BLACK, GREEN AND WLSTEHI A SATIN. RLAOR ( HOR-
MRNRR with QROROITTH ORVI sleeves.
NEW ARRIVALS IN SILKS
BY express we received the latest PALL shadks Off OUR silk DRPARTMRNT. navy
IATIN with the new RRONRR RTRJffR) ORRRN plaids, wisteria with hi. UR stripe
IN OI K RAT DEPARTMENT WE HAVE A NEW ASSORTMENT OK LADIES KELT HATS KOR
MIDSUMMER. THEY ARE ILL THE LEADING SHADKS OP THE SEASON ADAPTED KOR
PRACTICAL WRAR, COMR AND TRY ONE ON.
Wedding hells rnnir i.. t nlirht tarn
(Miss Edna Kuykrndall. of Rocky, and
v.iim Acrey irom the nmr vicinity,
who were marrii'i! lam nlirhL JuHn-
(Richards ..Hi. iatii g, In the presence
01 a numncr or relatives and friends.
The brin wan attired in a lovely gray
crepe ile chine (town with hat and
rinding l match. They were at
ti'nded by her sisters imd other.
Mrs. ('lint Acrey haw grown to
womanhood on Rocky, graduated from
the public tshool there nnd took a
business course at Roswell this last
winter nnl came down to enjoy a va
ration and rest. She is capable, In
dustrious and no doubt will make an
ideal help. meet The young; man of
her choice is u ranchman, having;
come here three yen is ago from
BfOWn Wood) Texas, anil has been with
his uncles, Hen anil Ace Acrey, and
a brother, lohn Acrey, part of that
time. He anticipates going into the
fundi business for himself in the
The wedding party consisting of the
bride and bridegroom. Mr. and Mrs.
Clint Acrey. Mr. nnd Mrs. John
Acrey. Mrs. Snllie Coleman, Miai
I.ydn Kuykcnd.aH, Alvey Kuykendall,
'Miss Florence (iardner. of Roswrll, a
friend of the bride, and Roy t'nx. Mr.
Clint Acrey nnd Mrs. John Acrey
, motored to Rocky yesten'ay afternoon
and brought in the bride. They left
her home showereil with rice and old
I shoes and the good wishes of all who
iknnw them. They are the guests of
jthe Rightway hotel today, and ex
pect to make their home on the
iplains. They were showered this
morning with rich and rare gifts and
l the Currant offers congratulations
land wish them I hnppy wei'ded life.
DANCE Vf D RANCH.
TOWN WELL TO WATER TREES
The town trustees met night before
laal and decided to install the Ton III
engine that Mr. Tansill so kindly
loaned them and a rented pump from
Uhnemua, In the town mm on the
northwetl idee of town, anil see if
uffti i ill stater can be gotten to
sprinkle nnd irrigate the town trees.
They are in doubt as to the supply,
tin well hat been abandoned for years
and is tilling up and caved m to .1 cer
tain extent, bnl a contractor I buoy
there today getting the engine in
tailed and f you wnh up one n
these mornings and And the iireeU
knee deep in water, don't think it has
rained. Bui if the well It what It uao
to be, the town trustees may purchase
SAVE THE (GARDENS;
SPRAY KOR THE APHIS.
1 1 lt LS I KIRK.
Jack Scott, the new partnership
man. of IJiieeii, came to town yostcr
day for new furniture. Jack is look
ing tine and dandy, and if it wee not
for 1 hi le telltale newspapers, one
Would not guess he had been lighting
tire I ' I TIM secret is, tile forest
liie broke uUt again Wednesday and
ten or twelve men have been lighting
it day and night ever since. Man
ley Roberta who got his eye about put
out by some hot pitch from the trees
hitting bun in the eye was chief cook
with Ranger liru baker and his son,
Clyde, Mr. Chaplain, l.ewia Means,
Jack Scott, Jim Lyons, Oliver Shat
tuck, Abbott Lyons. John and Walter
Mcl'ollaum, Marvin Middleton. and
Manley Itoticrte. The lire did not
do as much damage this time as it did
the second tune it got to burning, but
lots of timber and range was des
troyed in that vicinity
Mr and Mr I age Merchant came
in from the San Simon ranch yesterday
Edgar Wiilianie. on of the eatUe
enen from lovington, is in town ti-
I Many of the home gnrlners alter
their period of toil and bach m cak
ing efforts, are viewing a it h alarm
the appearance : multitudes of little
green bugs upon their growing plants.
These little greenish bug-. ..re plonl
lice" or aphis. They are particularly
bad in those gardens which have mel
ons, cucumber. Of cabbage growing in
them. These little insects suck the
sap from the plant causing the leaves
to curl up am1 wilt. And within
these curled up leaves will be found
masses of the greenish lice.
There are a number of control
measures within reach of the average
emulsion or Klack leaf in are tWO
common and effective measures. A
small band sprayer will serve the pur
pose As the lice are sucking inserts
they must be hit by tin- spray to kill
them. Por that reason an angle nur.
lie should be used or the vines shifulil
be turned over, and then bark again,
as the lice are most abundant under
Kor kerosene emulsion dissolve 1-4 i
pound of hard soap (Or I pint soft i
soap) in one half gallon boiling water, i
Add 1 gallon of kerosene and churn
with a force pump until the oil is
lompletoiy emulsified. This is the
itOCa solution Dilute this in water
one part of the stock solution to 10
parts of water .
Black Is-af 411 1'Hll be bought at the'
stores and should le used nt the ra'e i
of one part to 1000 parts of water. A
good mixture to remember is one tea- i
spoonful to one gallon of water.
The latter method is more expen
ive on a small patch but simpler to
use. Pull up and burn all plants
badly infested with the aphis.
Richard II Huvens, Jr.,
Assistant Agricultural Agent
J. F Steven and wife, of loving
ton, are in town this week and to
day are viaiting at the J. N. Nevenger
Oaa a aaa af trurt.
A very delightful l.irth.U,. ..;.
was planned by her parents Tuesday
afternoon for five-year-old little Miss
Sadie Margaret Wheeler at her home
at three o clock. A happy crowd of
children vim Conveyed to her home
two miles out by her Uncle Hill and
a very joyous time ensued until live,
when Mill earn for them and whir
led them Off to town. At we all the
girls were saying what a splendid
time they were having and the SOUrf
niM thoae whistling parrots were
every one yelling. The big, white
birthday cake with the live pink hold
ers and as many white candles, made
a number of her little guests glad
they were just (ive. The color scheme
pink and white, was carried out In
the refreshments of Ice cream and
cake, which every one enjoys these
warm days, (iames were played in
the house and on the lawn and all
too soon the car came to bring them
home. The little hostess, Sadie Mar
garet entertained Mnrjorio Waite.
Ruth Craft, Caroline, Elsie, i.nd Mag
gie Kircher. Kntie and Josephine Fes
ler. Mary R, Mullnne, Vera nnd Sibyl
Prewitt. Irent Cro.ier, Katherine
(loose. Helen and Flossie llotchkiss,
Ethel Wheeler, Ola l.oyd. Edna ller
lOg, also James Craft, Alva Hoteh-
kiss, Elmore Klockman, H. A. Wheel
er. A seven o'clock birthday supper
was planned for her grandparents, R.
OhnenUla, wife and Mr. Wheeler, also
Kill Ohnemus and Miss Ola l.oyd.
FOUNDA bunch of keya on
heart-shaped ring. Owner may get
them at the torrent office by paying
for this notice.
The popular foreman of the D.
ranch gave a delightful dance Friday
might, honoring all the neighboring
ranch men who. with their families,
found things just right when they ar-
i rived. The fatted calf was barlieru
ing, the victrola was saying to all,
welcome. The young people there
say it was the very best dance of the
season, and one young lady said it
Was the very best dance she had ever
attended, but then she said she had
forgotten the Fourth of Julv dance.
Resides barbecued calf, they had pick
les, bread, cakes and pies. All de-
Barted saying Mr. and Mrs. Walter
eals were delightful host and hostess.
THE LATEST THING IN TALKING
Plats Vic tof, Columbia, Palhe or
ColM in and let us show you
R. . DICK
Phone y DRUGGIST Phone 9
NEW MANAGER KOR
JOYCK PRITT COMPANY.
Pi G. Snow, who has been with the
Joyce-Pruit Company for eight or ten
years as bookkeeper, has accepted the
Important position with the company
ins manager -the place formerly held
by L. M. Doerr. deceased. Mr. Snow
is very influential and reliable and
just the man for this place He is
thoroughly acquainted with the bus
iness and familiar with the people of
tin- vicinity, and no doubt will en
Joy the change from all office work
;to outside managing. His brother,
John Snow, is helping with the book
keeping at present.
Howard Moore purchased a Hup
molule yesterday and no doubt will
be spending a few extra hours in the
open air each day.
Do your swearing at the Current
office Notary always in.
CHJairNLAJf 4Y CO lHBURAKCaV
Tom Gray, who is the same merry
Tom Gray as of yore, drove in from
the ranch yesterday morning with a
car full of good looltinir L'irls an.l iivi
he can ride horse bark all right now.
I hat he, with his niece, Eva Gray,
Edna Russell, I.ucile Karrell, made up
a horseback part that climbed out on
top, going the old Indian trail on over
to Dark Canyon, to the home place of
Mrs. Julia Xhattuck where ik mtui
a while and went back home the atme
with the view and the varius experi
ences they encounter! going and com