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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 16 April 1917

WM '.' ' r "W THE EVENING CURRENT Urol. i. no i. CARLSBAD. NBW MEXICO, MONDAY. APRIL Id, 1117. His $5.00 Yrsr. 0e. Month. Sc. Cop QTIII IM DCTDCATPUBJC UTILIfiES WASTE IRRIGATION 01 ILL ill lLIILfll 1 IMPROVEMENTS WATER TO BE USED BRITISH WIDEN GAP IN HINDENBURG LINE-BRITISH WANT LENS WITHOUT TOO DISCOVERED GOOD yearn MM people of ' looked forward to Ok DOWN TO MINIMUM extensive BOMBARDMENT GERMANS It CONTINUE TO DESTROY THE TOWN j AhkibUi I'ri'iiv UIIITIUtl 1IL 1 lUil' U i i ii. i is . v initll a BMtai in.i-rt.ni L. ' i .n i r.iir, r i int. in. i n r. I liMI ItONTINLE GRVfHALIR TO WIDEN THE SECOND GAP IN THE HINDEMH H; LINK NORTH OF ST. (JlTNTEN, HAVING CAPTUR M THK POSITION KNOWN AS THE TIIHRK HAVOCS EAHT OE OKICOIIRT. ST. QUIVTEN CONTI NUE8 TO BURN. AWAY TO THE NORTH. LENS SI M. I. HOLDS Oi l . THE GEH iMAN'S HAVIN(; SEV I It A I, sTRON C POSITIONS AROUND THE CITY TO WHICH THEY 81 ILL CLING. THE BRITISH WOULD LIKE TO TAKE LENS WITHOUT INFLHTING TOO GREtl IMMAGE FROM EXTENSIVE ROM...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 16 April 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. MONDAY, APRIL 1. HI7 Carlsbad Camilla, Cnrrrnt Wm. H. Mullane Kilitnr and Manne r SUBSCRIPTION KATR8. One year in advance ".00 Six months in advance I on .nn .on kj month, in advaact tnplc copies salutatohv. From the time newspapers became necessities and for thr first fifty Mn Mini poHni)ly fur h hundred after the iihIihh of making many awl divers statements an tn the oolitic s anl editorial polities and ttM Doiiition of tin uatM'r in all n il IK questions wan ! I nf great Win re cities, full of sin and strife A HI VI It II' I stood on thr mountain at evening, And xaw the -tin go down In colors of wondrous heauty Whi.h enveloped the Heavens round Them were colors of gold antl purple Reflected from the clouds Which looked in their still white beauty l.ike corpses in their shrouds. The oir was still, and silence I .ay o'er a uirt world. No sign of life, save a wiap of smoke, Wlmh from a chimney curled. I looked toward the Kastland, Sn many miles away. Import when...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 16 April 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, MONDAY. APRIL 10, Itl7. LOCAL NEWS I i juage m, n. once 11 in tne oily I today. W. W Smith and family from the Delaware ranch, wer- in town thia morning. Benton Stone, of Roiwell, waa in town Friday. Elbert flhipp left for hi home at Knowlei yaaterday. Mrs S. D. strums, Jr., and duugh ter. are on the aick list. Miss Kendenon, of Malaga, who ii a trained nurae, came home from the plain country where the waa nursing and waa in town Friday. Mr. and Mr. Joe Cunningham and little xon, William Mclntoah, came in .Saturday from their I-ovington ranch and IpMl Sunday in town. W. J. Barber made hi uaual Mon day trip to the city today. Miaa Flora Smith returned to her home at Frijole Saturda. She en joyed a week in Carlsbad visiting her numerous mi frienda. Boston Witt is in the city from his runrh greeting old friends today. The plaina mail line took out an unusually large amount of mail to- day. A. G. Flemming and bride were in town Saturday. Mr. Flemming look 'd after b...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 16 April 1917

THE KVKNINC; CURRENT, MONDAY, APRIL If,, 1917. sfident Appeals for More Food Crops to Be Grown HBNIOM IWITKD TO AV.U.ov 4y &m ni -'i cir.. yfjgUtn, April Hi A fresh T1)1. .linMir, Hn, Sophomore classes ' Unity given tho nation- f ('nrlslmd high mIuio! planned a pic w1de.eaanpaii.ru for nmr ' I p. p. ,,, ,,. ,.,',, Saturday In honor of by tW pn-M,,.nt appeal ari'l plea for ,h Seniors. The three oln ,-cs loft utiltfef a-tinn in l.uth. r.. ..-, . ,-, .,. k Sa-imlav morning "i ' equipped Willi dinner Imsk'etM, finhine 70 areaidoal'i. appeal lint invht la(.K!,., hathino Mint- and kodaks. The as wn' . -i i.i iy i- mm ' un VIMa" and urr.-.i nil i n'. I., id anofc. Hi in' r, , . , wMPgation of tho Ideali of liberty preparing or m nr ui- triumph .i--m...-r.-i. tUtetloii' tint ur1 i.-nliir'y mpha jed tat importance ," i 'Stmtoar ll energies on planting' rOBa a U. Unit.-. I Stat- -an fu'ld! he taek "I f.-.-.l.o to" ni oiii- or i I'M who an- lii'htn. li.rmaliv v'ithoat abundant ' .iIiko f.....

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 17 April 1917

JI THE EVENING CURRENT VOL. 1, N I. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY, AI'RII. 17, 1917. M.00 Year, Mk. Month, lie. Copy. GERMAN SUB NEAR SK AMFDIPAM DflDTQ mtrnm mut-iiiumi i uiuu 100.000 GERMANS KILLED 1TI I we AND MISSING ALONG WESTERN LINE Hy YOINC MAN NOW ON THIAI. IN SANTA EE FOR MI'KDEK OF CLYDE D. ARMoi'H. WASHINGTON. APRIL 17. A GERMAN SUBMARINE TODAY El RED ON THE UNITED STATES DESTROYER SMITH VBOUT ONE HUNDRED MILES EROM NEW YORK. THE PRESENCE OE THE ENEMY SUBMERSIHI.es IN AMERICAN WATERS INDICATES A THREATENED GERMAN SUBMARINE BLOCKADE OE AMERICAN ATLANTIC PORTS II AS IIKCUN. Washington, April 17.-- The follow- i announcement was miulr this disapnenrrd. Tin- attack liy the orning ay mr navv iicpnrtmeni: ;i inu mine (icim.u nrst lecogin I ...... .. . . d ... I f. tl... T'- r .. ...i.. ...... I.. .1 I 1... v vmh M in .in i in- ., n fnii'- i ' i ..hi i i I n Inland lightship to naval stal United stati n, it was stated in Boston and New York at three-thirty I Germany that no agg...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 17 April 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, TUESDAY. APRIL 17, 1917. ilhc (totting Current Wm. H. Mullane Editor and Manager 8UBH KIITION RATES. One year In advance $5.(10 Six monthii in advance 1.00 One month, in advance BJj Sample copies .or, (real mind and great don't always go together fdrt unci A pood anvil doe- ri t dr I the hammer. The rinu of an anvil was music to our ear In our boyl I my. Since growing t unhood we haven't fonrotten tin.- happy daya. However, we are not member of any anvil chorua at present. larger share of it hail lieen insidious ly and cunningly ttmulal.il hy the suliterranean (ierman prnpuiranda. (ierman apiea and Herman money and (ierman plota have been devn'.ed to the task of creating aentiment aifuinst ,, i mat o-.,use . lilt; i iiit. i .ii This work, Ihnuirli artfully ilone, failed because the (ierman govern- ment itMdlly made war on tlw United States. No sophiatriea. however, paoajbtei could blind the American people to the fact that their rights were being trampled under ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 17 April 1917

THK EVENING CURRENT, TUESDAY. APRIL 17. !9t7. W. F. Fsggarl ih bN Sunday from hia ranch no Hlnck river. LOCAL NEWS Judge Pistole, of Artesm, arrived in the city yesterday viu auto, Acrey Brother aro in Uoswell n I u nan. They will probably rttnm today. Rata Knowles, of Artesia, wan in the ejtjP yesterday, accompanied hv Mr. hncles. I.re Middletnn and wifp and family from Quern, came down Friday and returned today. Minn Mae wax a guest of Vera Vent while here. The Santa Fe is continually making improvement nt thin end of the roail Mimv thousand of OM railroad ties are being replaced wiyi new one. MeodamcS Home anil Thnrnc nm tond to the Hume Saturday after noon. this being the birthday of Arm Thome and France home. After a picnic spread and a (rood time Oil the river, they motored home. B, U i hiihp. from Porta loa, came n yesterday and is looking over the valley with the view of locating. It. flarkey waa in the city yesterday from hi Ilia 'k river ranch. He re porti condition a bein...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 17 April 1917

THK EVENING CURRENT, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 1917. r- Finlay-Pratt Hdw. Co., sup plies 22.PB W. H. Merchant, interest on $4000.00 bridge bond 120.80 arl t.ordon, constable fees .. 43.83 W. II. Merchant, additional deputy hire 700.00 John li. Harvry, stamps and stamped envelopes . 177.10 John R. Harvey, stamped en velopes 82.96 J. Q. Cummins, witness fees and mileage 8.00 A. G. Shelby Co.. coal 137.70 Arthur J, I. inn, desk liimp for trees. rriri 4.00 W. F. Mi'llvain, bond prem iums 1170.00 W. A. Moore, hond premium 12.60 W. J. I'ruit, constable foe s.42 Town Of Carlsbad, tnaaf rent liX.OO i Pl'UgNMi blanks 12.r6 K. R. Thomas, flection judge 2.00 F. P. Overman, election clork 2.00 Pearl Wcclinc, stenographic sorv ices 6.00 T. P. II :hnm. justice peace fees 14. Or. Curl Herring, hauling . . 1.00 J. D. Walker, ele-tion 2.00 It Jackson, election 2.00 K. II. HemfctlWay, election .. . 2.00 J. H. Prater election 2.01 I). W. Duncan, election 2.00 K. K. Egbert, election 2.00 .1 K. , n I. r oll, e...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 18 April 1917

THE EVENING 0 CURRENT VOL. 1, NO. 3. ( Alt! SUM). NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY. APRIL 18. 7 ".( it, fiOr. Month, :r. (opr. VOLUNTEER SYSTEM GERMANS MAKE FAVORED BY 1 2 TO 8 A WINNING II V Associated I'ress. Berlin, April IH. The (iermans in Maredonia drove the I'rrnih from positions one mil. wide on Crvnastcrs which were raptured by Hi. French last March. This in officially announced. COMPANY li ORDIM Headquarters Company H. First In fiintry, National 'iuar.l. Now Reinlcn, Carlsbad, N. M., April In. 1917. s. (. N. :t. Special anion No, 2 April lit, 1917, li hereby amended as to data only, the Inspection having i n postponed by Southern Department until Tuei MEETING OF TRUS OPPONENTS OF SF.I.FI TIVE I IIN SCR1PTION (JET I 'ITER ll v.M) IN HOUSE Mil. IT ln ( OMMIT TEE. day, .piil p. m. aii memberi nreient thenru e fur federal inspi 4th. 11117, at 7:;i(l o'clock f this Company arlll TEES ANO PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE Tn.- Hy Aoclntcd I'ress Washington April IH. The oppotl fnts of the selective ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 18 April 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. WKDNB8DAY. APRIL 18. 1B17. MMOOO- m PHYSICAL EXERCISES NEEDED TO TRAIN OUR YOUNG MEN FOR MILITARY DUTY Only One Applicant Out of Clevcn la Accepted by Med ical Examiners of United State Navy. Plant Being Made For Co-operation of the United States With Itt Allien In the War. -m W J IIATKVKIl part in Individ .ml may laki In the tin T T Hons defense now aim ar has tome, whether II be purely military, rsenfJOBBl tf ad Balnlatratlvc. tin re In mm fundamental sotninoii to all. That Is the Indlvldunl tauat Ik- In giJ sound ilivnli'a ron dltlon, say George J. Fisher, serre lacy Of the physical department ol tlin interim tlntia I i OMlttOt "f thu Young Mini christian asaolatlnn "AImiuI till iIkti- la no question. Kadi Individual, im mutter what bin a lgno taalt, must lie tbtt to endure bardalili, atatid phyxlcal nlrnln ami bt able to work tin i i nit limit the normal mount of Im(i nml ret Physical roudltlon In tin- most fundamental ri qulrement of preparedncia. Tii essen...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 18 April 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, H17. I. LOCAL NEWS POST OFFICE ROBBERY. Our irood friend, R. E. Piatt, equip- MORE ABOUT THE LOVINO I B ir HL I III I - pen nimReii wim new auiu ina win mike hii flr.1 trip United SUtR It I a I k i. '!'... round tr1rwi' bo made twice a week ft v'nj P & Of last D. Shefner of Austin. Tex... &JkJL&rELJU!2 posed at that time; that the alleged arlabad visitor, l" T'.." "7, robber are Mexican, .everal of 1 . . . ffiTSXfitK nc'idenT to he LS "ho- P'". to .how I .lud Anion li in Koawel! today on tion . He i alio prepared to carry business matters. , r .. mmi n the line. There will be no meeting; of the Presbyterian Aid Society tomorrow evening. Will Merchant had planned a trip the plain today but was detained 1 by being ill. Mrs. Marvin Livingston was operat ed on Tuesday at the Eddy County i Hospital and spent a restless night. Mrs. J. F. Hart will leave tonight for Kansas City, after which she will go to Uliddings, Nebraska, on a visit...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 18 April 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, WEDNESDAY. APRIL 18, 1917 EAGLE SHIRTS IN Til R NEW FANCY WEAVES Ml PATTERNS I ST COLORS SIZES I I TO I" 1-2 m M i) ! 4 , $1.50 to $6.00 Each Joyee-Pruit Go. IVi WAXT YOUR TRADE HOOVER, A SELF MADE MAN, BEGAN AT $2 A OAY Has Followed Mining Profession In Marry Sections of the Globe. YOU! Enlist Today. Your Country Needs You! la Carlsl ad. Airduli' dog j "FtviftV collar. If rnunil notify L. K. KAVll.LE. ItoaoroU, N. M. I Radius Rod Braces for Fords To Band That Mshe Your Car Sir. r Easier At tb pceacnl prices of tires you HI be interested in T1HO COVEBS Csaaa Ob and see ui about them Weaver's Garage WOMAN JAILED FOR RETORT TO OERMAN A well sulhentli'stcd liuldent Mr bleb occurred recently during a QMMI COM Hi n rl tit I In It,.. kIiiiii Iiiih Just I.e. nine known III I'm is m. Paul TatUndm, buj gnataater of Hit etna ft. appeared before I bo i "tin charged with ableldlag n wounded rrciuiiinun, fur which, bo ojoj condemned lo tWclVO lllillll lln' lllll'llHIIU10nl, ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 19 April 1917

Vol. 1. NO. 4. THE EVENING CURRENT CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY. APRIL 19, 1917. t.1.00 Yrar. Bnc. Month. Sr. ( opr. FARMERS DISCUSS RAISING FOOD GERMANS THROW MORE TROOPS IN FIELD AFTERNOON SESSION PECOS VALLEY FARMERS HOLD MEETING TODAY AND PLAN TO DO THEIR PART TO HELP it El.lt. VI- FOOD N SEED SHORTAGE. At tli.- Farmers Institute hold at he Armory ut II a. m. today. The neeting was called to order and HMOTM Hull madr the speech of jrelrome, after which motion was nadc to M a permanent chairman nd a permanent secretary which run ted In the election of F. G. Tracy rrmancnt chairman anil Claude TrmM permanent secretary. Wtor 4) -kjlertion Mr Tracy laughingly r. ! that if it was the wish of he farmers to elect .-..iiic one that Un't know how to farm that they lad made wise cho an lie i aimed havo made ni lurei furminu han any man in lie valley. Mr. Rnorr in a clear concise way resented some fact.- and litr ir. s aa to prices and availability of sci 111 kind for pbin.iuc mi-in.. It...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 19 April 1917

FARMS ON LINKS THE EVENING CURRENT. THURSDAY, APRIL IS. HIT. Golfers Will Raise Food Products For Country. F. U. ADAMS ORIGINATES PLAN Idee e Wall Known Authir Hea Been enthusiastically Received Adapt Matte "Wa Ara Net Tee Freud te Hoe" Eapect ta Raaliia Several Mil Han Dollar. New York. Tlii ;:olf playera of the Bolted States will turn farmera nil raise on their llnka huge rropn of pota toe and oibcr food pnajueta fur Hu nan of tun Pulled States and Ita hIMi -Such la the movement hp! on foot by the DSBWeodkl Country chjb at a ape rial meeting IwM In Ha Ynnkera lull bcuae Tin- plan originated with Pi Ml erbk Ipham Adiun-. author and golfer. 1'tia plan of opi-ratlon la almple ami la declared to Ik- practical I luiivvnudte Tin- Dnnw ixallp plan" haa the heart -aupMrt of Howard F Whllney. eecre tar of tlm t nlli-d Statee Oolf aaaoi-lii tlon. IkS Diiiiwoodlo Country IMS will nt pn-ar- n pamphlet containing the details of "II. r Diiuwixnlle plan' and Hill mnll It to all of tin- golf club...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 19 April 1917

THE. EVENING CURRENT, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1917 S. LOCAL NEWS The W 0. T. U. met at the home of J T. J. Allen, of Texlcc, New Mexico, I Jnrk Taylor in from the ranch Mrs Dibbel Clark yesterdsy after- is in the city representing the Al- the Ant of the week, noon to discus matters of interest in- lisnce Life Insurance Company. cidcnt to the work. John Moore ami family arc in New ' We hsven't he.rH r.vthinir shoot the Orleans now on their way home. It - " J I I I (!.. . ' i .. . 3-11 I is rumorrd an uniieu maics loixa in that country were ordered on hoard James Isaacs instead of returning new muniv ,,f late ra II. onca. of Roswcll. aircnt for the l" " A"" "fi "T"" Claxford Truck ia in the city. for l.lobe, Arizona thia Albert Johnson, wife and dsughter, Mill KMna, were in town Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Joying a visit L (,borne are en- J f Forehand, wife, and children, from Mrs.eOeborne's t"uy w i i i. i i i a steamer and shipped at once for the inir where he has accepted a position fVf Le...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 19 April 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. Till RSDAV, AI'RH. 11 117 The Whale For Work Ton Truck WIDENS VOUR TRADE CIRCLE THE two circles illustrate the capacity of your daily delivery with a MAXFER and with a team. The larger circle is four times the dia meter of the smaller one. Extend vour reach. K1.it your territory milei., Instead of city blocks. Why not? Distance means nothing when you deliver youi in one-quarter of with a MAXFER litur.i ior woik: with yournuslnt s quipped with n MAXI ER, you Can really ddopl the bpn, "We Deliver The Goods." notnino ' "ngj your I. lad -jA the time 4fa -the wh lie (S a vu I Li 1 1 r r, . m I NELSON RALPH THIS IS BUSINESS MAXFER makes a Ford used or new into a one-ton mirk at a r,er of $150 anil B I (in) Tki MAYPPR . - .1 S ins over the whnl l.-mnli tsf fl,.. Cs.J .... i e way. Today it is being used by over 5,000 firms having strenuous delivem imuIm In .1.... i - d T ' t . y"u cannor JMlVTtne service which ll required without a MAXFFR Iff . ...Ill l . 1 I i I i . ....

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 20 April 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT I, NO. S. 1I FRENCH FIGHT FOR GAIN ON GERMANS CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1017. f.'i.()li Year, 60c. Month, Sr. Copy. W. C. CHOOSES SALE OF STATE LAND TO BE HELD OLD SANTA FE IN CARLSBAD TOMORROW, APRIL 21 By Associated Pro. Faris, April 20. Violent fighting continued during all lust night in the course of which the French made further gains in the regions of l.af fux nnd Vauelcta plateau. It was alio officially announc I that NNMl linen of trenches cast cif l.o.vcrc were I captured. Henvy counter u'.:.k- made by t he (lomnns In Chant- t'gne which were repuiaoa wmi Fvere losses. The failure of the Oi- to res'st the presssjfs af the STAR AND STRIPES ON HIGHEST POIN T ENjLISH tickled By Associated Pfall. oLndon, April jo. -America's part nershiu in tho world war was cell French ia the outstanding feature Of hrntod by religious service in Stauls all operations t(. dnt" in the gMt cathedral last night. The stars and offensive on tho A-sne and in the "''I1...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 20 April 1917

1 THE EVENING CURRENT. FRIDAY, APRIL 20, I1V. (Lhr (lrniit(t (Current . i Wm. II. Mullane Kditnr ami Manager j UCMPTlim K A I KS. One year in ihIvhiit gfi.OO Six month, in advance MO One month, in advance ijl Sample copies .05 The Kveninif Current in itn uaual nterprnnnir way. will have a bulletin in front ot tha ulllcc ilaily at ItM p. m. of the latent Aaaociulctl I'reini dispatches ln-t mmrur with today. We failed t.. rcpnrt eslerdny that the ( arlnbad I oiihihti nil Club hid a their meat at the Hates hotel out of town visitors to the Kddy County Our Commercial club i ready at a1! time to do anything in their power for the welfare of Kddy rounty. We are pleased to know that the Cirlhbad steam laundry la working over time, and why not? Two or three hundred a month in an item to Oarlabad. Can ayone flv a sensible reaaon why we should tear ilown our city to build up a city one hundred miles avay? The same may be Kind of the daily Current. (iua rein an- atill stationed at the dam. flu...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 20 April 1917

a THB EVEN I NO CURRENT, FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 117. LL LOCAL NEWS r D. Harkey it in the rity today. J. W. Tulk returns from Pecos yesterday. W. B. Wllion, of Otiii, wan in the rity yesterday afternoon. Base ball at Firemen's park tomor row Carlibad va. Arteaia. Uncle Bob Brookshirc was on the streets ycaterday afternoon. In the rnse of Rascoe vs. Scribner, tludge MHClure enjoin)! James K. Scribner from molesting Rasroe, our town marshal, in any way, form or fashion. The court (rave Scribner permission to get a reasonable a mount of water nt the tank for house hold purposes before 9 a. m. Also to water two cows and two horses at the tank but not to go near the well or in any way to interfere with the law ful rights of Rasroe. So far as in it lay, the court gave Scribner certain rights in a sperified portion of the land. Scribner wai ordered to move his huuse a stated distance and was admonished by the court that this was a real injunction and any infraction of the same would be rigorousl...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 20 April 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, FRIDAY, APRIL 2$. Itl7. KNOW I. KM. D. B Bowser MM up from the Na dine auction the other day, looking fur hu affairs. A. J Todd came t town from hi farm north of town, last Saturday, uiving haseont m the tonnorial art, Hogy Kut herfofd rami- in from the v.i t leal Muliday, calling on the yung I 'ilk. Earnest Bare and family came over from Lovlngton laat Saturday visiting friends A good nil Ii reported in Mm An dp wt, 'fttas, eoetioO, The stockmen in that vicinity nn jubilant ov r thi i n ouraicing pro-peels. Blsmarh Turner went In Butt fe. on business connected with the land oflkm Cliff Mitchell came lo town last ; inlay attending to bualMM in hi i H fii V. Wayland hai contracted t" Nil h (aunftaf hi"' i Ion near Hobb . for mi'' thout ami dollars. RlUI Smith has returned from the mounVaiBM. Mi- it rather "mum", ha lot litU t nay about hi opinion, con cernigg the Country bo saw during his exploring expedition. Tarui'ii Tumor returned from thr border where he hut ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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