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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 20 June 1918

TfIB RVEXfNO CUIUUTNT, Tlll'IlSDAT, JUNK 80, lllk LOCAL NEWS !) Calderon, of Roswell, transacting business bera this morning. Tass Love And family were In yesterday from their ranch home on McKlttrlck. Karl Delk, ot Rocky, a June registrant, la In town and will spend a few days here. Clui'-nce Hell, of he Firs! Nu t'unal Hank, return ! lat night tiom it bualncts tll to F.I I'hnh. Kail (1. Woolace, of the South ern Auto Company, spent a few da)a In itoswell thin week on busines. Mian Mildred Cooke la on (tried j to her home thla week, havim; the' very undignified dlseaae prevalent! at thla time iniimpa. Master F.dwin and Calloway j Selby, or Arteala, are visttinK their! father, who Is connected with the, Southern Auto Coin pun. ! Mra. Harry Woodman haa suf flclently recovered from her recent operation at Slatera' hoapltal to be takeu to her home laat night. I km Veat, bloloKlcal rvpiearnU tire, reports the work of eradicat ing; the prairie dogs in the Carle bad project completed Wedn...

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 June 1918

"Ollt M)I.IIK1W IS Kit AN OK." Mid Summer Hats 283S We are, showing some neat Milan Saildrand Satin Hats in White. They are neat and genteel. Ranging $2.50 to $4.00 Don't over look buying Thrift and War Stamps. Special drive on June 28th. JoyeePrwit Company "We Want Your Trade. m i.i i riu: hi:i(h i; uii.ii.v. IIONH ioic o.ssiiyij KI I.IM llMS. Set'. I 2 I A. Kill) til Icpolt facts t-oncci nlnu n-lMiants wliu , Id IflM lil' l-nt.l.til HI !' 1 1 II I it 1 1 a II I II durlivc iiri iii.i I iiiiim mi cmplo) meiits It shall imI i-i be I In- tint) til all pcisoii connected with tln ad iiniilHii.itiiui u tin- Selective Ser vice Law and Itemil.itloin, it nil nf Mil llllCIIM, til leplllt til till- near est I .oral llo.ild .ill fads whlrll may come to their knowledge con cctiiiriu icKisttanl who an I 1 1 or Willi llle CIIK.IIicd III Mil, Occupation or niplox incut ili l mi . I .t nl dci Crlhed In these IJcunlafion m .inv li in i) 1 1 1 1 m t h thi'ii'iii .in miiipi oil uc tlve occupations oi ...

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. — 21 June 1918

Venning - CurreM, VOL. 2, NO. 61. CAItLKIlAI). MJV MKX1CO, FRIDAY, JINK 21, 1018. .Vm Year, tHK. Month. Ik. Copy. SAMMIES GAIN FOOD SHORTAGE GOOD POSITION IN HUNGARY BAD lie V MA1NIH(IKT STRllTlltrJ IS IH UNKI TO ;itOl.NI THIS ArTKRNOOX. Much Furniture) Muted. -Tin? Men Ovrmime by Hmoke. It hj come, Iong dreaded fire Attacked I lie I tat cm liotcl this iMmn, aimI jwiw the magnificent structure, pHd of the town for two dr. cade, I nuwi of floating ruin. Fire was discovered at one-ten this afternoon Issuing out of the help dormitory. The Hie hell rail id the firemen to to the scene In lesa than a minute, and In rapid order three lines of hose were stretched on the fire. The flames, at first confined to the rear of the building, rapidly covered the en tire structure. The shingles were, dried out with two decades of fyn, and though the work' of the firemen wan heroic, there wui no chance of savins; the structure, once the entire roof had become ablaze. An soon an the fl4me attacked the ...

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. — 21 June 1918

LOCAL NEWS SEEKING ORIGIN OF TRENCH FEVER Sixty Men Volunteer as Subjects for Experimentation. Joaa A II rod tame In lt night f tout point In Texas, weher he hud n working. Ml. Allred la on of the tueii wh will ge the 2Kth to (.'amp Cody. A nieHliiu win held last night looking to the organization of ho ii ip xoclet) to look after the families of Mildlern and nee that then want are provided for. Theie were present at the meeting llev. lcn. H. C,an. of the Method ic church, lte. II. W. Lowry, Presbyterian, llev. F. W. Pratt. L'plHcopalian, Hev. I). F. Sellarda. of the Chilatlan church. Ite. Gil bert mid AtiroKiixl of the Catholic -i..ii -i. ityiii.n ilifut K.fJ. Traev. W. F. Mrlhaln. S. I. Stennle und! W. I'. Mrl.eiiathen were ill attend ance. ATter much discussion, it Whh derided that eiirh pastor ahould lepoit any need among member of hia chinch aud recoinnicnd all audi peiHoiiH who hate iclalUe in the to'lticc. . W. Wilnon. a young tubvicu losl sufferei, who linn been liv ing in a ...

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. — 21 June 1918

I'ltLDAV, JUNE 21, 101ft. LOCAL NEWS J. Ft. Stetson cam In from tits ranch southwest last night and will be In town a day or two. W5&. John Swift from the T X ranch Is registered at a local hotel to day. Tom Mlddleton and W. It. Shat tuck, are down from the Queen country today. Horn:- To Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Itiley, at Anderson sanitarium, this morning, at 4:35, a girl baby. May all Kood attend her. this l'tokiko .ctmnE?rr, m m timkn mm a m : 2ft4q FOIt HALEi Four year old tnare, weigh about 1100 lbs.; broke, lnicle and double. A bar gain. WALTER CPA FT. ltd-ltw Major E. P. IJuJac, well-known attorney, of Carlsbad, la In the. city, and attended the reception glteu by Governor and Mrs. Llnd jny yesterday evening. -New Mexl-1, can, 18th Inst. I Word coinrn to Carlsbad that Jack Mines has taken his examln atlon and has been accepted as a member of the United States Naty , hospital corps. Mrs. W. E. Carter and baby have spnt the week In town, but will leave today for their ranch homo....

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. — 21 June 1918

LKADINC4 AMKItlCAIV AH IH MIS.HI.NO. Uy Atnoclated Plena. aturday and Monday parla, June 21. The leading I American ace of the French flying 'coipa, Flmt Lieut. Frank L. lay i leas, or New lied ford, Mats., la iitiHHlnK after a fight with four , (Jei titans and It la believed he hat 1 fallen behind the enemy line. JVSK 'JSini AM) 21th Our beautiful line of Ladies' and Children's GINGHAM DRE FULL LINK OF LA INKS' AM) CHILDREN'S SMOCKS AT 33 1-3 per cent OFF A Line of Men's H. V. D's. . . $1.00 REAL BARGAINS NO APPROVALS -NO RETURN PEOP MERCANTILE CO. 'WHERE THINGS ARE NEW" i.ki:vou locals. V. I,. McDonald arrexted Albeito Kali Monday for obtaining money under false piilfiiHv, aud lie wan bound oer to await the utiiuu of the grantf Jiiiy by Judge. Dauron.' Mr. iiml Mih. Huiuey Hopkins wcie In town vutting, Tuesday Ml Cuii if Tinitt leturneed home Willi thrtu fur few days' visit. liianduta Camp has licin on the sick lint this week. (I. II. Selliuever let mind home Monday front Midland....

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. — 22 June 1918

mm VOI. 2, NO. W2. caui.siiad, m:w Mexico, sati hdav, ji m: aa, iih. KVOO Year, (10c. Month, tk-. Copy, pi NINE HUNDRED Oil THOUSAND GONE v i It 1 1 t ! 9 t -4 t urn umomotivi: plows way TllltOKill I OI K All 1 1 1 i t :i with inn s VV.UVI.K. collision. There are seventeen known dead in Hammond, Iml.. hi'M'ii known dead at (iairy, and thru an mild to be thli ty-ttvo dead tak'ii from the dchrix, but not ft been i emoted to the morgue. There are nlnet)-two injured ut tSuity nml twenty-three at Hammond. ARMY BILL CALLS FOR FOUR BILLION .i;i;ki. mmkii iii,iu:h nutation on ui:hti:i:v I'llONT LOOKS t.OOII. lly Aoclated Pren. Chicago. June 22.-- Met ween one )ttinlttl and one hundred and fif ty persona, moHtly ' members of the HttKcnhack-Wallace shows, were killed or Injured lna rear-end col lision at Ivanwoe, near Carry, Indiana. The wreckage soon ca unlit fin. Seventy-three of the Injured have been accounted for early this morning In the hoHpltal of Cary and Hammond, Ind.. and approximat...

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. — 22 June 1918

DRESSMAKER ONCE, USES BAYONET NOW Our National Army It a Polyglot Organization. FROM AIL WALKS OF LIFE Anecdote tlfustratlng Hew Sons of Many Nation Take to toldior's Life In tha United Statta Army Larga Part of Tim Taken Up In Saluting Calling Out the Guard (or the Commanding Officer. Every person who .n written teii wod shout our National iirmy hs commented on "a polyglot complexion, Ita son of ninny milloim. It children cf two hemisphere and other smooth sounding phrases. Ita men alio have been drawn from all walk of life, some of which are conducive to any thing except fighting, write Junlii l. Wood In tha Chicago New. One night a general stuff officer was Inapertlng the dork trench In the American eecfor uorthweM of Totil. Earlier In the evening there hnd been a brush with the enemy, machine guna till were popping and everybody wa training hie eyea nut over No Man's fond hoping for tome ahndowy form to ahoot at. The officer was almost upon soldier before the latter turned jind ...

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. — 22 June 1918

TIFIS KVK.MNO CURRENT, HATl'RDAT JUNK 23, 191. LOCAL NEWS C. r. Tardus, of Loving, wu la town yesterday. A. Will Ed Carter, wife and baby jtlrl motored to town la their new Hodge yesterday. Mrs. Illndel and aon left the Slaters hospital this week for their home aouth of town. PASTE KA a V WITH ISER ftV-.-. :U W The dry goods atorea have been remarkably busy thla week taking their annual Inventory. Carlsbad. N. M., June 22. ' Tartly cloudy tonight and Sunday; , not- much change In temperature. Mia. Dalsey Hrady. who Uvea In one of the Johnson rottagea, In went Carlsbad, ia not doing well today. Minn Cooke exnecta to leave for the cast In a day or two to spend two montha or more with a friend. ki Mra. W. A. I'oore la at- Eddy County hospital today, where ahe underwent a minor operation and ta getting along all right. Ilryant Wllllaiiia and If. Ulcharda, both of Hope, apent nlRht at the 1'alace, leaving their respective homes today. F. the for iP"r! hum..in ,th. eye With Wnr Stamp-then...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 22 June 1918

QUALITY Til AT IS 01 II WATCHWORD ;ivi: is a tuiai. THE Groves Lumber Co. PHONC 91 ZZf 1 dealing with the "Christian Influ ence In a community alone the line of Sabbath Observance". Doth papers were discussed by Meadames Thorne, Grantham, Clarke, Little and other. Mr. M. L. Davis read of the "Observance of Work Dayq In China", which was well receded. Eleanor Flowers nave a little rending. An interesting and helpful talk on "Japan", by Mrs. (5. H. Olvan, was enjoyed very much, as was. the piano solo by Mrs. Woolace, church pianist. The program.' may not be given here In . the order r.s It was ren dered yesterday, " the reporter he- ln unable .to be present, but the above represents the main features of the meeting as reported to us. Mrs. Flowers, assisted by Mrs. I. Inn. served a salad course, cookies and Iced tea at the close of the afternoon. ma TiiiNos ilanm:i von KOI.DIKK HO KM. Under the auspices of Carlsbad Commercial Club, the men who leave for Camp Cody the 26th, In stant, ar...

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. — 24 June 1918

Evening Crarrenfc- iiliie VOL. 2, NO. 6.1. CARLSItAI). XI5W MUXICJO. MONDAY, JI NK 21, 1018. M.OO Year. COc. Month. He. Copy. TALIAN S DiELJ VIE- W l t !i T1HIAT R OUTS AUST RIAfMS Great Victory Won When Italy's Troops Stop Enemy Offensive and Begin Attack That Destroys AH Resistance 45,000 AUSTRIAN PRISONERS TAKEN Jty AModntfd I'ithh. mi m:ni:i on tiii: iun-k OK ITALIAN lti:slSTAN i: THC aistiuvn oitlnsiyi: has ri it into a hi:thi:.t and I'llOM MONTU.I.O TO Till: SLA Till IMMV IS lit ItllYINU HACK actios tiii: riwi: invi'it hi: foui: tiii: ci,om;i,v rutsriNo italians, tiii: aistiuan ih:it:t is 1ILTNO ll ll.i:i TllllOt CiHOI T itai.V ani all tiii: allilii OHNTItlLS AS A CillKAT VIC. TOItY ANT) IS A ItL'Sl'LT OF AS AWAKLNINCJ OF Till: ITALIAN' MOIlALi:, WHICH WAS HI I A KllN' ki:t:iii:ly last fall iiy tiii: u mtuo-c;i:uman OFFHXSIVF. Holding tho flnnl Imrrlf n to the Venetian pfnln and Lonilmnly, Hie Italian, Iiy MNdfat rrHUtAiicr durum eight day of heavy OkM Injj, lime, turned a gre...

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. — 24 June 1918

LOCAL NEWS Hemy Hamilton left for the ranch homo thin morning after a day spent In town. He was ac companied on the tetitin trip hy Carroll HmihiIIoii and bride, who will make their home on the ranch. MIM Naomi Walll and Miss Klituhcth Aker graduated from the Tyler Musiness College, Tler. Tk.h. I-"! WPok rv noW In I Milan. The young ladle took a stenographic and salesman coutse. Their future movement ate not known at thin ti maiuukd-ix TEXAS. Carroll Hamilton and Mina Loltt? Lee Gaincn were united In mar rlage at the home of the bride, Dublin, Texan, Wednesday, June 1 fUli. the Itaptlst mlnUter officiat ing. Mr. Hamilton la a young ranchman who reside pome thirty five mile went of town and who number hln frienda hy his ac quaintance. A young man of ex cellent moral character, of fine principal and high ambition, he will succeed In life. Mra. Hamlltnn'a formeily resid ed In San Angelo, Texas, but re cently moved to iMiblln, Texaa. - ; where she had lled for many years Mis Orace Cooke...

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. — 24 June 1918

TlfK UVKXINO CURRENT, ftlONDAT, JUNK 31, 10111. LOCAL NEWS Will tar was In from the Bar ber ranch over Sunday. Jane Weir, of Monument, Is registered at the Palace today. . V NX PASTED KAISER WITH if lira. J. Deals returned yesterday afternoon from a visit to relative! and friends In Itoswell. Itoscoe litter la assisting In tak InK stock at the Joyce-I'rult Com pany's store this week. Mrs. It. A. Christmas, of Kunlco, la registered at the Palace, spend ing .Sunday In the city. Carlsbad, N. M., June 2 4. 1918 Generally fair to-night and Tues day; not ( inch change In temperature. V VO bJtO Frank Joyce came In Saturday afternoon from points up the road, where he weht on business for his firm. Miss Ilonnev, who taught In Carlsbad schools last year, but la spending the summer on the Holt ranch, Is Is town this afternoon. Itemember the Hand Concert ou the court house lawn complimen tary to the departing soldier boys tonight. Come out and help make a big corwd. 1 J. T. Carrett, of LovliiKt...

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. — 24 June 1918

Al'NTItl.W HTRIKKILS 1)1 .MAM) okioian iuvhioss m:iTiKt:i J1Y ITALIAN. r iiiiial in ii in i nil n in in n nil mm m mm ill fin mm in m im T- - . w I QUALITY ' THAT IS OIU WATCHWORD (ilVK IS A Tit I A I. THE- I Groves Lumber Co. PHONT. 91 j Oy Associated Press. l.ondon, June 24. Strikers In variotio factories la Vienna Satur day formulated a demand that the government show itself for a gen eral peace and Invite the govern ment's enemy countries to enter peace negotiations, says a Times dispatch to the Hague. AuMrbut CmmumhI IUv on Only Ilrklge Left to Then. lly Associated frees. liOndon, June 24. After cap turlnjr MonUilo from the Austrian according to news received this afternoon, Italians began making bridgeheads at Falsa and Nervosa. The retreating Austrlans crossed the only bridge remaining to them north of Seenson. Dy Associated Tittta. 1'aris, June 23. Germans have launched a nw attack against positions held by Italians at lillgny at eleven last night. After hard fighting the Ge...

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. — 25 June 1918

MS VOL. II, NO. 61. CAIIL.HIIAD. NEW MKXIIX). Tli:sfAY, H'SK 2 ll. SX3.0O Year, eoc. Month, 5c Or- AUSTRIANS Kuehlmann Speaks Before Reichsta OHCLAIlh WAR Willi MrT KNI ItY MILITARY HlTl ATION HIT IIY DII IOMACV. M COMPLETE DEFEAT 5 8 a 11 u Prisoners Assert Austrian Generals Did Not Anticipate Failure of Men to Defeat Italians - r BURLESON SAYS PROHIBITION IS UNWISE NOW KNF.MY TIUMIPM ATIIOHM PIAVK IAN PRUHH 8 I ItltY WI1ILK ITAU 1 FORI Y-FIVF. TIIOIHANR Al'H HACK J Titl A.NS TAKK.N COIIIIKCT. , 1 1!) Associated Press. , I WiuJiliiKton. June 2 6.--An off id- FORWARD. . a dtMttf h from Koine confirm " : the announcements that forty-live Hy AssoHsted Press, thoussnd prisoners were taken by WASHINGTON. JINK 1S.V A.N Italian at the Plave. OFFICIAL DISPATCH FROM t'.OMN MA 1 H THAT THIS fly Aasoclated Pres. June 25. -Austrian oca , Till A KM ARK IN FFLL RHTRFAT j i.rli, AND THAT PAPER TAhF.N tota I two hundred thousand. a HMI PRIKONF.RM HIIOW Til AT cording . to the Secolo. of Milan. Al'...

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. — 25 June 1918

TEjEveningCuiTcnt S. I., ivrry, lMltor and Mgr. Enteied a second clans matter Apiil l, 1 r I T. at the pout office at Carlsbad, Nw Mexico, under the Art of Mirli 3, 1879. Published dail). SuioIhj excepted, by the Cailh1 Printing Co. !rniter or The Amh latcd Pre. The Ah oflt( I'icns In exclusive ly entitled to the um tor republica tion of .ill news dlspuli lies credited to It or not othetwise credited In thin paper and alxo the local newa published herein. The eU'euient of Von Kuehl iiirtnn tilr the relchstag reported In today's dispatches In which he declaim that the end of the war will not come solely as a result of military force In significant. It in practically an admission that German force will never be In a position where It can dictate the teims of a peace that Germany would like to alien. It polnta out to the German people a hope for better peace than they can nee If it la to le baaed upon the nuc rean of the Kalaer'a troopn. And aa the power of the Hun army becomes weaker,...

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. — 25 June 1918

THH LVEMNQ CUItHKNT. TUESDAY, JUNK 2.1. 1 win. '2 LOCAL NEWS llobert Bruce, of Malaga, came up from there last night and la still In the city. Itun Over by Mower. Charles Stansbury, of Loving, waa badly cut yesterday by being run over by a mower. It see mi the horses were frightened and w , r, u t.i l. . ' trted to run and Mr. Stansbury Mrs J. T. Beach, of Illack river. was j,.lkf.d from Mn wftt and hT Is making a visit with relatives and mower ran over his body, Inflict friends In Carlahal. . ng n,anv an( pmlQtlll cuU tni! j bruises. The accident occurred at Ituford Pope Is In from his ranch . he was cutting hay on the home In the mountains and contemplates place near Loving. A physician a short atay nl town. J waa summoned, who dressed his I wounds and he Is resting ah well !e Keller Is In town today, as could he expected, coming from the Thayer ranch, - where he is at present employed. Mrs. J. C. Lindsay shipped alxty- rvrryrody tNviTiin to run ma BMW M ARMORY seven head of cattl...

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. — 25 June 1918

TALKS MADE TO DRAFTED MEN Thl hiomlriK the select boy listened to neveral talk on matter of Interest to themacehe and de pendant. Mr. S. I,. Clatk. V. M. C. A man, talked to the boy a hrlcdy on th Imdoi tame of th first month if army life. He timed that they nll take particular rare to observe the rule of otd.iT and morality on their way to the encampment, and said that he would hive thni run il'v Milder observation on the way. Name ahould be fatten of, lV J n W IIW Pliwni 'i i . . n material for non-commlssloned rank a, and he in iced them nil to make aa icood an lmprelon aa possible upon their officer at de training. He told of one Instance, where ii draft had come from the train In column of two, slniclnK. and of the pleasitts, effect It had made upon rnmp officer, who took them In lialnli.K. The boya seem ed to like Mr. Clark very much. , Dr. Culpepper, delegated by the' War Department, made, n talk on I the medtral side of the aoldlera' ' life, aa did Dr. I. II. Tate. Iloth phy...

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. — 26 June 1918

VOI . NO. IX CAMMilAD. NEW MEXICO. WEHMIHDAY, JI NK 21, .0.8. MOO Venr. c. Month. Copy. LOCAL BOARD TO CALL OUT SIXTY NEW DRAFT OFFICIALS OPPOSElAMERICANS BEGIN CALL IS MADE RAISING AGE LIMIT OFFENSIVE FIGHT v ( 1 i If War leMirtmettt, June 21, 1 01 M Call No. lull I-al 'Hoard, frlbd, N. M. (ient lenient During the five day erhd In ginning J til jr 22iul, complete the ml rain ment for Cmp Travis,. Hin Antonio, Trias, of slrty (HO) men. Only white men and mm phy sically quallf leil for general mili tary service are to he Inducted under thU rail. The number of men called for under this rail muwt be actually rntrlned. Ymi have practically thirty daya In which to get your quota together, rimI I would sug gest that, at this time, you send all eron whom you eipert to entrain an Alert Card with another card eurloeed for a reply a to their ability to go and where they dcalre to entrain. If you do not hare your entire Inrrement made up by the Ifith of July, you should advle me promptly. Your...

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. — 26 June 1918

ThcEveningCurrcnt 8. I. perry, Kdltor and Mgr. - - Lntoied a M-ronil rlasa mailer April 1 , 1317, at the pout office at CathlM-1, New Mcxlf o, under the Art ol M..kIi ::, IS '.. Published dally, Snnl:is evce pled, by tho C'ailMlmd Printing Co. the Arrtmore paper, but this trib ute to the loyalty and patriotism of former Carlshadltes la cheerful ly given. m;li:ctivi: imi.ut .IOI, I. V, (iOOll MKN TWK. IIWI, of the selective draft time at the dance glv lionor at the Armory Memler of 'Hie A i H inted Pre. The A orlated I'icm is 'X luslve ly entitle! to tli- use lot tt piihllcu tlon of all new il i-p.it hf credited to It or not otherwise credited" In this paper and also the local new published hieln. Lddy Count) Cnhfll of Defense (flieiala him pleai mer the final hMkihK up ol th' pralile doK poisonem In L'ddy count). (J. P. lUtciiint). I : Ioi l irji I .Kiit nnt, ami lohttict I'oi riuiiii Klikky liae been heie th' liict Uu hs, going oer tin woik of the county men, and find that Mteat ti...

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