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UTUtn.tv, in:a n, huh.
t t .......-... '. laal
H" i.,nari"n itiijiiiKtmn-i , i r.
Aht for the home of hl.t mother
fif Arkansas, where he will :en J
nrinilllilBt II l! uuurimiran in"
it His return ne win nate tun
jld position In the office of Joyce
P. Joyce has been
ffrom town since the first
CVweek, attending to business
Prof. P. M. Hatfield In In town
today from his home at Malacca.
. Ite.npori.lluc to the liberal offer
jn.-T ii. I', iloatman. president
ef I City. Cemetery Association, to
. . U I i. t. 1 I I f .. . . M
p irmii iumi ruilliiKn ill-'' iu mmj
will plant and ucie for thorn
number of citizen visited the
etnetery and plant tr ' iwca on
I 'heir lota. However, about a hun
lied plnnta remain tn the rare of
Mr. Cox. Any person
them net out may phone
.hi. .via, rc.uol at p. m.
liil leu Hpaiku,
1 'mm lor.
HACK t. 1)1 IV.
l.i toe casualty Hat,, recently
pubi.ttheii, uppeuied tue nuiue of
uijue iiUMt. ol U ulinii Uui. . .N ..
AU'Auo, icpuiled "missing In uct
lou, Au amended Hat ahowa the
young man waa wouuded, but not
severely, and la now bark on duly
with hla command. Tltt many fri
ends of the family In Carlsbad,
wheie Clyde, wm born and reined:
rejoice with them oer thin wel
Tho Current learns with regret
of the death o the Shetland pony,
belonging to the little Waul hiiIh
and tirlven by them to (lie little
cut to and fiom nciiool. Siirh loss
es are real ttagedlc from a child'
point of view and xhould be met in
tiiAt mmtner and not lauuhted at.
It will be a long time before tin
ilillilni. foiMl their little pet and
1 Ira Tiiylfir and wife win- In tnwn
. i slci day from their ranch In low
Paul Weraell, w!w w.ih IiiJhi ed i'ai ImmiI. Mr. Taylor only lecenlly
at aehool lv being struck In the f in m d from PhoenU. Arl.oua,
stomach, while try I n.- to tllmh oniwhue he had been In attendance
a awing In motion. !s nM" to be 1 on the National Mohtlr Cioweis'
out of bed again.
Arthur Henry. lno
in been employed nt the
fflee, will lenve tonlcht
nine nt Artesla and later
' Annotation and wan eb cteil a
1 number of the board of ducctor
of that body.
III! week from
Vnd n position
I!l Paso, wlo'te (lie
In tin' telephone
icgnl.ir American ho.-pltal,
r.'i In iIk. Is now In lull oper
in .lei 1 1 ti I m, tin Holy ('ity.
being eondueted by the Aineii
!:l Crons CoiiihilHsion to
i.i v Ilcfil'lcs the ho. nltiil, the
Thone hnvelne tu l?o.t t'vnu .
n'hrlattnaa Holl Call In ehnise will,
I'tnrt out on their woik net week.j
Mlaa I.lnn la the rhnliman of that
'ranch of the work nnd hopen t"
'inve a membership of 2.onn when
h drive rloaen. "All you need In
Yi heart and n dollar."
v Mra. Matt Ohnemua wn able to
eturn to her home yetterdny nfler
hree weeka pent In Slutera hos
pital where ah underwent a major
peration.Sh la dolntr well at this
time and wMl xoon be entirely
Ked Cio. ' iian opened up a mod- ,
(inly eij.. iim laboratory, a iIIh- j)
penary w! "re the aurferiiiK reni- h
dt'M may italn nei ilcd im diclneK J;
u c!i.l Ireu'x I' or pi tit I nth) llnie and i
wo i Ki i oiiik . Moie than I, -"no wont-' 1
en and dries of all rae and con- j
dllloiiH nre tiiruini: out Ited Cross r
eurmenti , hospital auppllen and 3
woolen Kooda. j
Straye.l: I'roiii the I'alace '
hotel (hla moinitiK n yoium. bronze
f in ky cobbler. I'lnder please come
munlcate with MH. Chator.
Davln, 202 J.
Cortifed tin keys
Vhone Mra. M.
7 m: a mJ m i: in..
U. II. Slease, who for years had I
La bee farm ont Koutheaxt of town.i
I nit waa foreedto leave owl nu .o
f'onie orehardlKta apraylni; at the
ivroni: time, thua klllliiK his been,
iaa leaned a farm In the Carlsbad
section. Increased hi bee Mamls to
one tnoiiflntul. lie promise to he-
come the Mi: rent noney produrer In
the valley of the l'eeos. Uos-
Marl Donaldson came In this
week from Camp Coly and Is
enter! lining a ease of mump at his
home at I.ovlnu ulnee his return.
pnd n Hhort
be Sunday School
preaching aervlee at
and hla family nre all improlni;
In health and Mrs. Sellarda ex
pects to take up her teaching the
flrat of the week.
iiiitit m:um ks
We have resumed our night
rervleei, so there will be preaching
Sunday at 7 p. m. Preaching Her
vlcea also at the morning hour.
l;. I IIKI'llKHKN'T TIIIJ IIOSWKI.I.
MiiMOM'.MKNT CO. AM) CAN Ki lt-
liMSII ANV K!NI OP MONC
f. MKN'ff Dl'Slltl l) AT Till' I4V.
V.JKHT I'niCH WHICH AUK V.V.MX.
' IMTlri'I IIV Til IT IVIIIIIIVV
Gi H. WHITEAD
Weal her l-'oM not
Cailnbad, N. M., )eoemlii 4 4,
l!H. Fair tonight and Sunday;
not ho cold noi Uiwiht ; nllghtl)
i-ooler Moulheast portion toniglit.
Contractor Whited expect it to be
g!n wmk on th- crossings m Fox
and Can) on street. ImttmU'iiely
nliould thewt at In I continue lator
alle. (Jood cement crossings an
to be put In and are certainly
needed at these point, as many
pedestrians can testify from ex
peileneea during the recent mud.
The crosHlnga will In-gratletl so as
to not Interfere with the street
paving should that be deemed feas
ible In the near future.
Mr. C. T. Adama and
(Seorge, arrived iu the city
night from Unawelt, where
bad bceu stopping for Home
at their home In
Mra. Lee Mlddleton and children
hate returned from n few daya
visit with relatives and friend at
Queen. They report lltmit Middle
ton much better at this time and
prospect are that he will noon
be entirely well again.
A community Christinas In being
nlanned for thla year a has been
the custom for three yeara past.
Will Purdy hna the matter In
hand nnd the details will be an-
CHRISTIAN & CO.
Fire. Automobile and
for H ild lent
With the military training lea
ened no that the men will have
more time for themielvea at
Camp Travl claasea have been
formed In arithmetic, commercial
law, drawing, algn painting. lettering-,
algerbra, hlatory, clvlrs and
Among the Instructor! will be
prr ; j
- I, ,
- ,. . -- J
mvr i:i:m itK r.ii:
ii ., isvii;i Mi:r in
m i:i.i;n io t ii wav.
! . . 'in ni.Ue il letoiil t.ii the
luil.'l I'.Mlie kmiiiI- guiiiill
te l I.i .l l.t IIMMI limes. 'Hie S.ti
. i.!,.' bill till lllll Mllltcll.
Prices Rauae from $25.00 to S100.00
li. II u oe so ilnttn noil a bl
lit r ne mi a ttet k putn tbit won
ileiliil talking mat bine In jour
Purdy's Furniture Store
oiu ( ivmv is (.ooi)
Frank Morlt. ol
haa been doing Y
at the camp for
Mra, Morltz und
Hellene, are with
have signified their
remaining there, at
M. C. A. work
Mr. Morltz and
lloyal Arch Miimhih
Signet Chapter, No. !. It.
elected the following officer
K. Purdy. H. V,
L. S. Crawford, King.
W. A. Poore, Bcrlbe.
O. M. Cooke, Treasurer.
J. T. nolton, Secretary.
High Prleat Purdy also appoint
ed the same night, the following
C. U. Hickman, C.
W. A. Craig, P. S.
J. S. Oliver, It. A. C.
It. L. Hulley, M. Int.
A. N. Pratt, M. 2nd V.
It.y Waller, M. 3rd. V.
W. C. llrown, Sentinel.
The above officers will
stalled on Thursday night,
ltd See Mra.
cow, ene reglatered