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The Junior Christian Kndenvor of
the Presbyterian ohurch wan en
tertained Saturdn nn: lit at the
home of I. K. I. inn. on North" Hala
gueno strict 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 in. :i(ti mi
ance wan not an large an antic
ipated, a i'M pleaiiant social time
waa enjoved. Cand and nuts MN
the refreshments served.
O. P. Wtlaon waa down from
Roawell, yesterday morning leav
im; (or polnta aouth thin morning.
Tomorrow Morning al Xlnc
the Preab) tci Ian lluznar will
open at Thornes Kiirnitnre store.
J. II lialthcr and Pan. P. (iallher
of Monument were registered at
the Palace yesterday.
Dec Ha rkc , wife und daughter,
Mian lliii key, are In from their
i u nch on Mack river, thla morning.
Mai early Christmas chopping.
IT. ft. Haiuilton. after spending a
rnupl or days In town, lert yes
terday alteinoon for l.o Ingtnn.
Mr. and .Mm. C. II. Dlnhmun re
turned, Saturday night, from u
three-mnntliH' ntay al Helen, and
other place In that pit 1 1 or the
Sunshine Stale, and arc again at
home nl the Cottage Sanitarium,
In Weat Carlsbad
A real, live. nallor laddie In a
rarity on the streets of Cutlshnil,
.mil llcrnard llrown. In hla regu
lull'in milt nml natty cap, la the
Kcntleninn or all eyea today. Ho
look) M though the lire agreed
with Mini, and the Current will be
pleased to have a call and hear
from Daraard, himself, mmuo taica
of life on liourd one Of lucle Suiu'h
You can reduce your grocery bill
by. substituting oleomargarine for
0 minor, nil' mi' pound.
Fred Nymeycr and family left ror
their home at Kunlce yesterday
morning, after a pleasant visit with
home folk here.
Nat llilcr lett on the morBlBI
train for Loving to plastei I lie new
limine of Mi ilreen and expects to
be none a wek.
Mm Nellie Kaken Mltchiner will
)' In tonight from her home In
Mitel ana, and will make
a hOiMtl stall wllh lilenda In this
cltv. Who toyfnllj awall her coining.
It Kit t lUWM HHII'MKNT.
A ahlpment of various article
wss sent out, Saturday, from the
local work rooms or the lied Croaa.
which represents an Immense a-
iiinunt Ol labor rrom our faithful
workera. In the ahlpment were II
nulls or pajamas, 14 nweatern; 14
pairs nocks; II palm wrlnters; II
acarfa. The artlclea were nent to
lieailiiiaitern or the Mountain dhl
alun at lienver. to which the local
Mm. I.ewln wishes the Current
to link all who will to nend In old
muslin, with which lo wrap the
UrRlMl dressings. Thenc are
pinked twenty In a package and
wrapped, thev mc then sent lo
ii eiulit nil i tc i n w here they are stci
llued. Mm. I.ewln says many of
the sheets and pillow cases nent In
were not ' strong enough for tho
puipnse and suggests old flour
and siigcr sucks an substitutes.
Pleane bear tills in mind, all aril
clen will lie gratefully received.
Christmas 191 7
THE MOST WELCOME
THE MOST APPRECIATED
an early appointment
Tuisditv, nt Thome's,
tiiiin.s' uiwiNa ti.ru.
Hob I.cck and family came up'
from Kermlt, Texas, to be in at- .
tendance at the toping and tiding
contest, and to eat dinner nl the
N home or their paicntn. Mr. and
Mm William I. i.U They leU for
then luime yenterdny morning.
lietiieinber tliii Itaplint ladles'
M.m. V. J. llurher In In town to
day, coming from the NMMtfi yes
terday, and, as usual, la a very
busy woman, looking alter dlfrcent
details or shopping.
Mrs. Iloyd Kaken, who was oper
ated on at Kddy county hnnpitul,
Saturday afternoon, In getting along
fine ut this time.
Waller Woodman and wire or
I'aiagonla, Arizona, came In Sat
urdav, ror a visit with relatives,
expecting to lcae' tomorrow ror
Aniarlllo, where they will stay a
lev. J. H. Fitzgerald, presiding
elder or Kl Paao district, of Mexl
can llorder Missions, wan here yes
terday, and preached at the Meth
odist church, at the morning ser
vice, it in not fan rally
known tint the uhove named church
has been conducting a mission In
San Jose lor some years. Thin
gentleman's work embraces all
New Mexico, parts or Arizona, and
Texas, the State or Chihuahua,
Mexico, and perhapa still another
stute In that republic. The nermnn
was very uhle and wan llntened to
with rapt attention. Minn Waltern
delighted the congregation with a
pretty solo, "Abide With Me," at
Harry Woodman, wife and little
non are expecting to leave tomorrow
on a holiday visit to relatives in
Tlie Alexander home, on Alameda
stieel, wan the scene of a pleasant
gathering of little girls, Saturday,
1 when the second meeting of the
Sewing Club wan held. The little
I folk winked at makiug hanilkci
chlefs and were vry busy and hup-
' py, assisted by Misses Mary Frances
Joyce gild Mildred Ititcklcy.
The attendance fell behind a llt-
, lie, two of the youthful laaiM
t lessen being III the country and
one having whooping cough, were
necessarily absent. Mrs. Alexander
served suitable refreshments to the
little folks, who were: Dorothy
H'lnwern, June Joyce, Hazel Oliver.
Sue Hlnen, l.oudale El ininei man.
mi Jean Qulrcv. ABM Hcth Alex-
; under. Mildred Itin kley and Mury
Ray V. Davis
nillig Couple from Texas Mini).
Archie Clifford Wilkinson ami
Miss Lnlll lialloway, both or Stan
ton, Texas, catue up fniin Carlsbad,
where they have been visiting, ae
. ,ii ell marriage license thin morn
ing and went to the residence of
Itrv. A. I). Kuhli, at 10 o'clock,
who soon made them man and wife.
They were accompanied by the
bride's mother, Mattie Jonen, who
Is alno a lesiileut of Stantiin. The
party returned to Carlsbad on the
noon train. .Satiirilay'n linswell
Tuesday, at Thome's Mora.
two lino wild
his trip to the
brought with him
geese, weighing in
the neighborhood of twelve pounds
aaoh, He gave one to a friend unit
put the other where it will do the
most good, ami Is now hark on tho
Mrs. Paul Ares, Albert Area and
Mrs. Ares' brothr, Melvin Ilea nip,
are In town from the ranch today,
but expect to return tomorrow.
Melvin ban almost decided In re
turn to the Pecos valley to live, as
hla health has become impaired
during his residence In the north
The children of Mr. and Mrs.
RufUl Weldon are getting on nicely
at this time
Midnu) UllMON In Hail Condition
Miss Christine BrittOB, for over
a year one or the operators on tho
central telephone line, tf t Satur
day, for her home in lirahum, Tex
as, she hating resigned about a
month ago, The cuntinued ill
health nl Miss Mutton's mother
ban rendered her presence neces
sari at her home.
Wih the completion of the new
refrigerating plant of the Carls
bad Light and Power company,
Carlsbad ban a nyatem not found in
many towns twice or three times her
size. The plunt, which ban a capac
ity of fourteen tons, bus made a
most successful trial run. reduc
ing the temperature In thirty hours
to 11 1-8 degrees. They now have
on hand 160 three hundred pun nil
cans, and Ice can he obtained In
any quantity at any lime, either
at loading platrorm or delivered to
your residence or pluce or business.
The price Is lower that formerly;
60 cents per hundred at loading
platrorm. 60 centa In and around
Carlsbad; 76 cents outside city lim
its. Mr. Tanaill . In talking with a
Current reporter, disclaimed all
credit for tho splendid results ob
tained, and said "Had It not been
for the hearty ro-operatlon of tny
fine set of men, the work would
not have been so well, or so noon
. i i
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AMtmcAN ern cnOMJyl
Food and fapcy work will be
found at the Presbyterian llazaar
Iluli i no tin
'in rt,, MNMMOB
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Word lo Mis. .Vary I; Miller, of
thin city, an mint of Sidney fill- I
BlOra, who left here to Join Hie lion- '
piatl corpn. al Kt. BtlaB, com eyed
nad newn to the yotlBI nian'n
frlendn. It seems he hud started
out on horseback to go Into tho city
Sunday, a k ago. when the home
threw him and afterwards struck
him with Its feet, in such a way.
OVa ray hones WON broken. tho
liluililer plaroad ami he was injured
so Lbal an Immediate operation was
Ueeeasftlli hut another munt he
pertoi uieil to relieve the prcusnie
on his spine. He In al present
oooipletely paralysed from his waist
down. Much In hoped for from the
, operation, howcier. and his friends
1 anxiousl await the OUteoma,
Ills mother Is at his bedside and
is giiinf every ears ami attention
possible to him.
M -Print Co.
' Jf. x -f Knrull
see the pretty
Corner Drug St
window at the
the ' N'yal Qual
QraadBB and Oragdma Andaraon
are vary happy tOdB) OVOr the urri
Val of their second great-grandchild.
A tOlOgram received thla
ininnlni announces the birth or a
son to Mr. and Mm Harry Yardley,
Mrs Varillev being their youngest
granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Inderson, Their Drat great-grandchild.
Bdlth l.ee Moore, dBUghtOt of
Mi ami Mis. Krnnk Moore, in re
siding with her pa tn, al Newell,
South Dakota, which phiee is alno
'be hoi if id,, Yardlcys. Con-
gratnlatlOBa to the parents ang
R I pa rent! ami bail wishes for
Mis Rebecca Cos left. Saturday,
tin Pecos, where she will make an
egtOQdod rlall at the home of a
daughter, later leaving for Odessa.
Texae, In spend the remainder of
I Hie winter.
COME AND SEE OUR ELECTRICAL
THEY IIKI.P TO I .H .11 l l ,AOn M BRIffQ CO.NTK.VT
MEXT Tit TIIK III H SK.
THE ELfclCTUIC IKON, VACUUM CLEAN
BR, PERCULATOR AND MOTOR
AMI HOME OF TIIK THIN ON THAT WE Wll.d UK
OgVAO to snow voir.
VOUHH FOIt SKIIVICK,
THE PUBLIC UTILITIES CO.