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TUB KVKNINT. (TRRENT. MOMMY. NOV. M, II7.
I V I I TheEvening Current S L. I'trrjTi l.ditm and Manager J. I, Ptl ry. Ji ., A salstmit Kdltor iin.ni; loom being opened In about ('ii duys. Many reservations haw I linen made for the opening nn.hi I I hi' manager wishes, to stress liM fni'l Ihut till Mit I ml i mm unil i .'iillf Entered as aecond - clans matter I ... .... . Apr", 16, 1917, at the post office at '" cor,,1,, Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act he limes mentioned above. of March 3, 1K7U. Published dally Sundays excepted, by the Carlsbad Dr. William F Ulaaler, of Slous Printing Company. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year in advance 5.00 H,x months in advance 8.00 One month in advance 60 Sample copies .06 Member of the Associated Preaa. The Associated Preis is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited In this pa Mr and also the !.. nl news published netein. ! Falls, S. I) . whose card appears In nils issue, with his wire and two boys, five and three years old, res pectively, are In town this week. The doctor has taken office room with Dr. I.auer and will engage In general practice. He la a physt DNM of expei lent e and has speci alised In surgery for years, and has already begun work In that line In ( ai lffbad. The I amity Is at the Hates, where they will remain until a suitable residence can be secur ed They expect to make thla city their home and become Interested in nil that pertalaa to Its upbuild im and prosperity. We bespeak a cordial welcome to Dr. (Master and family. After the Roping and Racing HAVE YOUR SUIT PRESSED FOR THE BIC 0AN6E ON THE AMERICAN STEAM PRESS t'HAM I'tMIO HOI Kl. OI'HS FOR - , INMl'Ktl ION C. C. Ilonner. manager of the new Crawford Hotel, wishes to state that the hotel will be open to the ladies of Carlsbad, Wednesday. Candy from l.os Angeles Choco- November the 28th, from 3 o'clock late Shop, at Dick's Drue- Store. until p. m. This la for ladles only. In the evening, from 7:30 to 11:00, ladles and gentlemen re cordially Invited to be presents There will he dancioK in the dining Mrs. Newell and family went up to l.akewnod yesterday and spent the day with Mrs. J. T. McClure That lady accompanied them on NO hist INTO THF. CMrTHRft .AH AMI (JKKMH DRIVEN OUT WITH 1,1 VR TRAM. SANITARY T, llllaWil I alfl sM M' RAtltM TUB 1 1m V " W WJ rim oixwm. RALPHm Oeem PHOn,MI ,.: room, and a musical program will; " return trip and Is here today. be rendered. Tbe formal opening; of the hotel will occur In two weeks, this delay being necessary owing to a ship ment of kitchen furniture which ha been delayed. The hotel will be run on the European plan, the L - J ! 1 . . . CHRISTIAN A tl INKKRANCK ' FiRK, AWoKtfJHlE, ANI SI.RKTY -a I u The singers who are to take part in the Thanksgiving music are re quested to meet toatght at the Presbyterian church at seven o'clock. Sandwiches and Coffee at Dick's I Fountain. tieorge llrantley left ih.ln niora lug on the train south for' a bual ness trip to I'ecos and Mohkhana. We will take your old cabinet aa first payment on a Hooslar during tbe sale, at Purdy'a Furniture tor. Ill I ' Ii I hi i i rS" COWBOY'S REUNION NOVEMBER 29 AND 30 At the Baseball Park, Carlsbad, N. M. Greatest Ropers and fastest Cowboys in the world. Also fastest cattle and goats in the world. Among them are Weir Brothers, Allen Holder, Clay McGonagill, Jerry Wright and many others of the most expert in their line. We wish to assure the public that this wi!l be the "greatest and most expert roping and riding contest ever seen in New Mexico. To be precluded by a big street parade at 10 a. m. Contest starts promptly at 1 p. m. . Music furnished by Carlsbad Band. JOHN MURRAH, Manager. i i i . :im i la-Mill i iJ .' Mi .,,.11 vftt, .Jlfc Mjia,y ,