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tO EVENING CURRENT. MONDAY. JULY 2. 117
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-I Hie large flag on exhibition at the lira. Will Gftlton i in town
iT. C. Home dry good store, ha been afternoon to attend the aai mmt-
purchaaed by Carl Livingston and mt at the Armory.
will be displayed from their palatial I
residence in Carlsbad on the 4th oft Mrs. Burmaater, a iater of Mrs
July. The banner ii 10x20 feet in ( yde Brainard at tht Kddy Coun y
keeping room with sleeping pitr and i probably the largest flair ' Hoipital, was operated on yesterday
RKNT. Two nicely fumiihed
porch. Enquire at thi office.
and Mr. T. O. Wyman and
Sue are up from their horn
00 TOD BAKE TOUR1
ever unfurled in thi countv.
er valley today ihoppinK.
W. Arthur and son.
Loving, are m town today. They e
port a very good shower n their vi-
Martin Hamilton returned from Al-
n I buquerque on the afttrnoon passen-
ger yesterday and left for hi home
at Knowles thi morning. He went
to the New Mexico metropolis to see
hit brother who i a mtmber of Com
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Livingston
who have been in Dalla for ten days
consulting a specialist for Marvin's
eyes, returned yesterday.
Jess Muaick is in the city from way
up on Rocky and says unless it ruins
soon he will be compelled to move
to the Pecos, a water is becoming
rather scarce in the mountains.
Mis Florence Brady, a niece of
Mrs. S. I. Robert, whose home is in
Iff Paso, left this morning with her
fHnndi, Mrs. A. A. Davis and daugh
ter. Miss Brady has been the guest
of relative while here.
A brief service was held yciterday
afternoon at 2 o'clock at the S. I.
Roberts' home in memory of Sam.
whose body at that hour was laid to
rest in the beautiful cemetery at
Went Point. Some of the most inti
mate friend of the family gathered
at that hour and listened to the beau
tiful burial service of the Rpiscopal
fit that institution for appendicitis.
She is reported doing nicely.
II. K. James and wife left Satur
day for a prolonged trip to LI Paso,
Texas, and Palomas Hot Springs.
Mr. James' parents, a sister and bro
ther, reside in El Paso and thsy will
pay them a visit while sway
Mrs. J. L. McCaleb. who has betn
with her sister in Skull Valley, Aril..
Mm. Aubrey Gist, came Friday, Join-'
ing her sisters, Mrs. Mary Barnes and
Mrs. Wm. H. Mullune, here. She left
u delightful coun'ry, where the grass
la green and stock of all kinds doing
nicely. The country may be cold in
winter, but it is an ideal summer re
sort you spend a delightful duy and
Do you bake vour own
bread ? Few people in the
city do so, because baking,
like laundry work, is now a
church, read bv Rev. Frederick Prat'
All Carlsbad joins in sympathy with t0 cr""P undcr twu r
the bereaved relative and friends nnd
the memory of the young boy. who
left us such a short while ago, never
to return, will he cherished by all
Iwho knew him. "Tho' dead, he yet
quilt at night.
"HE PROFITS MOST WHO SERVES BEST"
We Strive to Please You.
1 1 - - SWEET SHOP - - j
Miss Nadean Campbell who is the
igiK.'t ut her cousin, GlaJys Jones, is
apaetdlt her brother. S. A. Campbell,
to return thi afternoon with El
meie .lone and Leonard Jones who
have een visiting relatives in Oklu-
ihoma City and in Chickaha, Okhi.
I The young folks are anticipating a
(delightful time on Rocky the Fourth.
'They will have a picnii' and oarbecuc
at the flume on Mr. Win. Jones' place
where the gasoline engine is located. '
Surely they will not lie disappointed 1
khy ruin. If so, we will celebrate right
jnvhen the cattlemen get used to M.
Mrs. tl. P. Jackson (nee Miss Flor
mat Mi keen), her mother, Mrs. Mc -,
Remember the lawn fete to be giv
en by the Cemetery Association next
Saturday afternoon on the court
house lawn. Come out and help the
association and get some good ice
cream and cake. From 5 o'clock un
til all are aerved.
A card from Mr. and Mrs. Elsworth
James asking that the Current be
forwarded to them at the ranch was
received. Mrs. James says it is de
lightfully cool and nice out there and
they did not have very ferto go for
- -- - . Xeen, ami brother, John, are in town!
Miss Ada Fowler, who has been ody bringing Mrs. Jackson's son 1
in our town for the past year or more, Piston, to the Anderson Sanitarium
is watching for her father, W. E. flwre he underwent an operation for
fowler, this afternoon by train. She danolds and tonsils. Mrs. Jackson ' :
anticipate returning with him to her in the valley visiting her
home in Tulaa, Oklahoma. Miss Ada;Prer,t fof a few weeks having oeen '
has in her pleasant way attached her!dvi!,ed "V her phyaician in Califor-;
friend to her in such a wav it will that she had best make a change,
be hard tor them to get along with-
Years ago baking day was a big day in the home
and wash day was another. The rapid advance made ,
in methods of baking and washing renders it unneces
sary and expensive to stick to the old way.
Baking day merely "wore mother out." The scrub
loard methods of wash day, however, wore out tha
clothe.-., as well as the person.
Measure up accurately what it costs to employ a
l;i'-ndress, including soap, water, fuel, bluing and the
otner materials needed; add to that the bother and
cost of furnishing a lunch if the washing is done in your
home; then add the wear and tear caused by rubbing
the clothes. The total will give you food for thought.
You know exactly what your washing costs when we
do ii and you know that your clothes and your linen
arc not worn thin by rubbing.
Ammonia and refined soda, pure soap and an ab
sence of harsh treatment constitute the basts of our
claim for better quality of work at a lower cost to you.
'PhOM, wr 'e or call the driver.
GARLSBAD STEAM LAUNDRY
I'M I SANITAK1 WAI
Wll.kFltSO.V IIUOS . PROP
Rough Dry Family Wash I'ri e.. thi. ty-live rents per dozen.
All flat work u ironed In rough dry, Counterpanes extra.
Sam Finlay has taken the position
of sexton at City Cemetery and is
already at work. Mr. Finlay will de
vote all hi time to the work of the
cemetery and the association con
siders Itself fortunate in securing his
CARLSBAD YOUNG FOI.h WED, sponded to his country's call. He ia
T ithe only son of Mr. and Mrs. Julian
The marriuge ot two of Curlhai Smith, of this city, and a young maa
most prominent ami popular young of sterling integrity: successful ia
having nearly recovered from a severe J?cople occurred late Saturduy night business and a patern in every way
out her. a she is socially and win- C"1 of pneumonia. She has with hei at Los Angeles, t alitornia, wncn Mlaa jfar other young men to follow,
aomely popular. Miss Fowler is not 1 " NMll joys, Preston and John Jfamille Grantham beeunie the bride It is not known where they will
sure she will return to spend the win- V sh thinks Curlsbad has not l uMUMMM Oean O. Smith, of WW Ireside. I.ieuttnant Smith exuectina-
ter, but her numerous friends certain- hanged very much in the SMiWH uvunm states Aviation i orps a transfer at any time. No particu
)y will be pleased to know she has
spent the summer pleasantly and ex
pects to again make Carlsbad her
Mr. Rarey has a little unfavorable
news from his wife in California.
She has been at Santa Barbara, and
wing to the severe heat from the
rest fires she was not so well ther
and has returned to Lo Ange'.es
uhere IA. no doubt will MM be ss
well a heretofore.
Why Don't You Use
lbs Star Pharmacy
m RexsJl Store
A Dream of Solid Comfort?
SURE IT IS
Bit we cm make
fart and met a number of old fucnd The announcement of the marriage . lurs of the wedding have been re-
I ere today whj ere very pleaied loifame by wire Sunday noon, and was reived only us givir. above.
ee her. fin the nature of a surprise to many Here's to Mr and Mrs Haas Smith;
Mriends of the young oeople here in May thtir happiness never grow leas;
(nrlMuid 4muy their lives continue to be replete
The wedding was scheduled to take i with happiness and prosperity and
place at thr bride's home in this ibeit of all with loving service te
Jjjity, but owing to the fact that Mr. others.
rimith found it impossible to obtain .
a furlough it was thought ber.t for t Ii. Johnson Graham is chauffeur for
Tide to meet him in California which the Crahani Hui'ck this tnp.
Was accordingly done, she leaving the
that sort of drum
TS. PUBLIC UTILITIES CO.
J. H. Graham and his brother. N. A.
(iraham, are in town today. His
"brother is milking him a short visit.
A party front the Graham home went
by auto to Maryneal, Texas, where
they were joined by Miss Rehecka
Denton school of arts. Miss Rebecka
is making quite a record, having
ktaught in the l.ovington school, then
attended the State University, and
wishing to perfect herself in certain
accomplishments, decided to go to
lent i in Mr. und Mrs. ,1. II. ( milium
Spencer and George composed the
jPerty going and were at the home of
Mrs. Gruhum'x jistcr, J. 11. Coi'hrsn,
for u visit, und were ppressud to stay
few days longer as Mr. and Mrs.
Iiochran were planning to celebrate
kbeir !Hth wedding anniversary', but
they were to meet thi brother, N. A.
iraham, at I'ost City and he was to
come home with them for un extended
Xletay. They were home just one week
J when a message came to Mrs. Gra
iham that her sister, the one they had
visited, was dead. Mrs. Graham and
Mi- Eliza went to Midland by auto
and from there by train and were
(there in time for the funeral. The
two ladies are now in Texas. Mr.
jGraham says they have plenty of
water for the stock but they are
Llearainf to ret along without trass.
But It is to be hoped this condition of
affairs will soon be at an end
Mrs. L R. Fester aod children left
Saturday night for aa eitllli visit
home of her sister ut Clovls Fnniiy
morning for Lot Angeles, where Mr.
Smith met her and whert the cere
mony was performed as stilted
Mrs. Smith is the eldest dauirhtei
f Judge and Mr. I. G. Qranlham,
ut this city, and If u typical Southern
(.ill witn all thut thul includes q
culture snd charm she graduated
tl Carlsbad lli'h school in the flsai
hi luter , i in- to itandolph-.M.,
on, Virg'nia, oilepe whert she ton';
a two-year course in music und art.
eturning front then- she taught tliust
Ray V. Davis
Stockmen After I'atent I -and
On account of the in rush of set-
Jyers on the public domain owing to
the IMO-acre act of congress the stock
men of this section arc going afU"r
tranches in the Carlxbad schools and I patented lands. Wetmore and son
many of our boys and girl Mrst taken over l.'i.DOO acres of Santa
learned to appreciate the Iwautiful Fe script, the rst publication of
under the teaching of this talented which will appear in ttits paper's
yorng lady. later Miss Gruntbum 'legal columns next issue. Roawell
taught in the schools of Clovis. Her jiRocord.
artistic gift was always at tht ser-1
vice of her friend, no one Ukil "'' ORKON TO RIWWKIJ..
In vain for assistance from her, for
any charitable purpose. She will be
greatly missed from
church and social life, where her
bright smile and readintas to oblige
made her a genertl favorite.
Lieutenant Smith is also well and
favorably known here, where ho has
pent the year of his young man
and whtre ho beard and ro-
J. 1). xt ruble and family arrived in
Carlsbad's n Oakland automobile with a trailer
iehind the car, Friday, having medo
the trip in from Struble, Oregon, a
distance of some 280 miles in three
weeks. They stopped and visited at
several points on Mute. They erpart
to locate ia this section Ros well
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