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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 26 June 1918

THIS LVH.NIX. CTKfUS.Yr. tt'i:i.i;SDAY. JIMJ 1.IIX. LOCAL NEWS HEROES OF THE MARNE J. It. Yates Is la Uoswell this week nu a business mission. '" ' ' ' "' 11 1 i'"-"- " ' 1,1111 11 1 '"mini Ii I mu uai an in iliiMeuu.um. .-a.- . . J ' - - - - -iKjS- Mr. sad Mm. Walter Cratt leH thin morning tor Pecos expecting to he gone until Saturday. Tom Oray l In from his ranch otithwe.H today, v lulling his doub ter, Mrs. C. P. Hlckmas, and family. Hum. -To .Mr. and Mrs. Challes Southui-d .a H'lr home In La lltifi-tM. u'gnl tab), IkbI Satuiday ev-niu. H. P. iltute lelt this morning loi his home iu Malaga, alter a lew UavH sla) in towu looking alter business mallei ol various kinds. Shatter Waid Is In towu from the rauth. cumin " to speed h number ol 1.1. W leave tonight lor Camp Cod). Madam Thorne and her ststtr, Mis. Kugllsh. hr- Ukeo room with Mr. a..d M.. Marcus Luke, Jr., on Can)o street, moving Mon day. Ulbert Tedford aud Cal Duncan led the Utter part or la,a week lor the oil fields near T...

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. — 26 June 1918

y Cable From tine War Zosne I I Ino Morning- Time The SoiuIimc.! One 111 ewMMT. It) nrrMiiiM'HH-til Mlili Niw tnrk Time mid I lit' lilcetru Triton ilif Morning Time n enahU-d to prcM-nt to It renders tin sreaicsl v.ir Mrli cr olfcrcd by an Ameihun iicwpnnr.. Article from the lending nor mi icpooilcnl of t ho world, men of Interns! konal reputation. Mill Hnr hi the Soiiiliwet evil uit cly In the Morning Time. Matter will ten Mllhht the miiiihI of the llinndcrlnK gun even hi the vert rlrt line twin Im w Hi mine hv cable and ly lccd wire direct to the Morning Time office and wilt In served to Time reader within m erv few lonr of I lie actual happening on the bloody field of f-:uriM. Ild new arranitcniciil lolna to the l.l I'hmi Time render the cable illiaif'H from ill noti-d orwondcnt intlnited hrouli r.nl the mr rone und In Important foreign renter mid ild m m Ice I In addition to Ilic Time Individual rorwM)iiftcnt and rmNUr nten-d Umn luted Pn wirt. The Morning Tint l lh only m-icii-...

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. — 27 June 1918

Me EvHiiiifflK CmrraiiL. VOI 'X, NO. 66. CAIll.HllAI), NEW MEXICO. TIII'IISI) AY, Jt:K 527, 1018. $3.00 Year, 6c. Month, fk. Copy OFFICIALS DRAW ORDER NUMBERS FORMER RUSSIAN EMPEROR KILLED PROHIBITION IS APPROVED CARLSBAD BIDS BOYS FAREWELL h lly Associated Presa. Washington, June27. The draw ing of nunibprt to determine the order of the youths In classes of nlneteen-eltjhteen to be railed Isto military service waa conducted with much the same ceremony aa marked the Kfeat drawing one year ago. Thin time it waa a smaller affair and In view of the fact that the classification system more nearly determtnea the order of aervlce than doca the actual numerical order, It was not sur rounded with auch dramatic ln- tereat. The drawing waa held In the great conference room of the Senate office hulldlna:. with Secre tary llaker, blindfolded, taking out the 'ftrat gelatine capsule with the number enclosed from a alasa bowl. It waa number two hun dred and forty-six. Number 1168 and X 1 8 were se...

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. — 27 June 1918

ThiEvcningCurrcnt a. L. Perry, Editor and Mgr. Lnteted an second claim matter April 16. 1917, at the post office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Art oC March 3. f 873. Published dally, Sundays excepted, by tho Catlsbad Printing Co. Member of The .n Intnl Pre. Tli Associated Press I xfltiHl vtt ty entitled to umo for republica tion of all news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited In thin paper and also the lorat newt published hoieln. Surely no one doubts but that the enthtiniMHiii and bravery of the boys who left for Camp Cody last night will be I run on the battlefield than they have shown before leav ing their friends and relatives at borne. The steadfastness and tin falllnic nupport or Carlsbad people will make even braver aoldlera of them than we might dream of. They know that we ate 'behind them to the lant man. with our money, our hope, otir prayer. Yet It la not their duty alone to be rouraKeoiin and brave and dar ing. For our own heartache al ready tell tin...

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. — 27 June 1918

TIIK LVLNLNO CUTUIENT. TI1UIWDAY. JUNK 27, I9IA. LOCAL NEWS . Father Gilbert left last night for Iloswell, eipectlng to return to morrow. Ouy Ueeil left taut night for Clovia, where he went on a busi ness trip. Mr. and Mrs. It. C- low spent yesterday in Artesla attending the I (literal of a relative. Sister Osmunda, the school teacher at St. F.dward'e l'arorhlal School, left last night for a short vacation with home folks In Oklahoma. 'Hum J, C. O. Merrlfleld and wife spent yesterday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Hoc Vest, leaving; in the afternoon for their home in Hope. M. II .Klrkley, wife and baby dauahter have spent much of the week in Carlsbad. They were for merly residents here, now residing In Iloswell. Julius Forke is up from living today and aaya they had a trace or rain there last night, just enough to make things smell a little moist. Iioin: To Mr. and Mrs. Collin Cerrells. a daughter, vesterdsy af ternoon. IJest wishes to the little June blossom and congratulation...

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. — 27 June 1918

'AlllSHAI WDM IIOIM PAItKWKIJj. Stayed otHomo West JtorthosQ Who Went June 28th is Patriots' Pledge Day the diy the gov ernment calli upon you to give a new pledge of loyalty; new proof of your will to win; new evidence tliat your dollars as well as your hearts are behind the men facing the Hun on the martyred fields of fair France. National War Savings Day Friday, June 28th On that day you will be asked to sign a personal pledge to buy War Sayings Stamps. War Savings Stamps pay you well, though that isn't half so important as what your money does for that boy maybe your own "over there." Back him up. Keep food gome to him. Keep his clips full of cartridges. And shoes on nil feet. Let's send our boys over the top with the go-get-'m feeling that comes from knowing we are pit el is i to set that they get what is coming to them. Sign your Pledge of Patriotism by agreeing to buy W. S. S. on National War Savings Day. National War Savings Committeo l . s $ . 4. ' . (Continued from First V...

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. — 28 June 1918

illie -iiiveiffllll VOI. 2, NO. 07. CAItl,Hll.tf. XKW MKXICO. HtllAY, JUNK 2. IOIM. 3.0O Year, 00c. .Month, IV. Cop,. 12 BILLION BOLLARjLULL CONTINUES BOLSIIEl'IKI POWER1 CITIZENS IV. S. ARMY BILL IN ALL FRONTS WANING S. MEETING 1l Hy Associated Press. Washington, June 2. Consider ation or the' twelve billion dollar army appropriation bill wag be re sumed today In the Senate with leaders hopeful of not only dispos ing of the much debated amend ment for an extension of the draft! axes to twenty and forty yeaxs, but! of passing the measure before the1 adjournment. Home advocated ei tending the draft to Include all men between eighteen and forty-, five and declared for an army of nr million Immediately. Senator Chamberlain declared that we could not equip that number. By Associated Press. There are as yet no outward In dication as to where and ' when the Cerman command will launch Its next stroke against the allied fighting line. The lull on the wes tern front continues with only raids...

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. — 28 June 1918

ThiEveningCurrent S. L. ivity, IMitor and Mgr. F.ntered n second rUu matter April 16. 1917, at tli post olTlce at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Art of Ma i r It 3, 187!. 1'ubllshed dull)', Sunday excepted, by the Carlsbad Punting Co. Memln-r of The Amm luteil 1'itwn. The Associated Pies Ih exclusive ly entitled to tic ue for publica tion of all news dispatches credited to It ur not otherwise credited In thin piiper and also the lorul newt published herein. Many complaints arc heard In regard to the loose stork which la h nulsarie to residents io the nor thern jd western purl of town, and the residents there aro asking that something be done In the mat ter. We have a town ordinance against the turning loose of atork In the city limits, but neverthe less, every day or ho coinplainta are heard of w.r gardens destroyed and flowera tiampled down by looe animal! What are we going to do about It! MAJOR BUJAC S ADDRESS. The following Is the address de livered by Major V.. P. Huac to the b...

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. — 28 June 1918

TUB KVISNINO ClTIlIlKtfT. TRfDAT. JUNK SA, 191A. LOCAL NEWS Miss Christian has returned from( her visit to Mlti Mary White, at Iloawell. Joe Luak and Will Kenton are In town today from thetr respective ranches. i The Otla auxiliary of the Red Cross haa promised ltd ahare of the socks to he knit between thlai and September 1st. Seventy-rive palra la their eJlotment, Mra. Kll-' s?p iffs &ys ma mm M worth and daughter, Miss Kthelyn, promising to knit twenty-five pairs. Judge 8. I. atennla and C. C. Hiked left thin morning for Queen, where they go In the Interest of War Saving Stamp ante. Mra. Julia I, like, of Houston, Texan, haa been here aevefal d;iys with her daughter, Mra. Hoy Dick-: eon, wno resides on ine wcaroorne place aouth of towh. Mra. I, like will probably remain here until September. Mra. Ollle Thayer left thin morning for her ranch home in the mountain, west, leavlna her daughter, Mra. OerrelU, and the new baby, Mary Helen, In the care of Nurse Aker. Mra. Tucker and c...

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. — 28 June 1918

' One Carload Every Two Minutes tee4 JT IK tt A' 1 I Ml. 4 mm IS ,000 POUNDS MEAT A MINUTE GOING TO ALLIES On Hog Out oi Ewry Four Bdnjj Sent Ahroctdm te Um eg IMN Semwaa a m mrm fceaH 9 mnr da tttf iw MMN sfls Mr- tN MMt gea te eare ef Mm Vwtm mill w aj all ta MUftw at war m Oe T Jg to la a i 1 These statements were made by a prom inent representative of the United States Food Administration. No industry in the country has played a more important part in helping to win the war than the American live stock and meat-packing industry. Swift & Company alone has been forward ing over 500 car loads of meat and meat products per week for overseas shipment - Swift & Company, U. S. A. W. M. b. OFFUHIW. ' The following are officers of the War Savings Stamps Committee Id ; the various voting piocincts of Ed . d) county. The names of the dlf j ferent schol houses n re alncr Riven Lelow. As we go to press W. A. I I'oorc I leading a meeting at t'lf Anno j. Otta XV. W. Oalton. Chalinri'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. — 29 June 1918

ELveswuag C me VOIi. 2, NO. ON. CAULSltAI), .Kv MKXICO. HATt'RD.tY, JI NK iil, HUM. AMERICANS LAND! WAR PROFITS IN ITALY BEING MADE Ily Associated Press. Washington, June' 29.--The first Americana landed In Italy yester day, General March, Chlef-of-Sta.ff, announced. . These are not the forcei Bent by Pershing, but con slated or units shipped from this country. The troops consist large ly of sanitary units, but also In clude other special organizations, March explained. On the whole It 1 made up mostly of non-combat-ant units. However, combatant troops will be sent by Pershing, as previously announced. March had no announcement to make mm to the total number of troops shipped from this country to Prance. Surveying the entire battle-front. March soJd the situation could be said to he extremely favorable to, the allies. He woud make no com ment upon any Indication o( Im pending German attack. The first national army division hi taken up a sector at the front, March announced. It Is th...

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. — 29 June 1918

ThcEvcningCurrcnt 8. L. I'erry, Editor and Mgr. Entered as second class matter April 16, 1917, at the post office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March 3, 1879. rubllshed dully, 8undas excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Co. Member of Tle Ahmh Utnl Vin. The Associated Press la exclusive ly entitle! to the use for republica tion or all hews dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited In thla paper and also the local news published herein. MrlHI.f AfJI (4KTH NICK l'HO-MOTION. O. E. McDonsJd, who for some time haa been the district manager for the Woodmen of the World, baa had a nice promotion handed Mm by Supreme Commander W. A. Frater of the Horn Office. Mr. Fraxer haa given him the position aa manner for the atate of New Merico, excepting eight counties In the north portion of the atate Those who know McDonald's "stlcktoitlveness" and rep" for netting results and action, know that the atAte of New Medico will "! a Jump thin year, despite ad- i e conditions. Wotk at ...

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. — 29 June 1918

TtW ISVftNINO CUIUUCNT. BATURDAT, JUNI1 29, IP I. LOCAL NEWS While Dot a large, crowd wn present at the community picnic at Otis school house last bight, twen-tr-seen families were represented, and s. pleasant social time was en Joyed. In the sale of War Savings Htwiipa 13,000.00 was pledged. Regular meeting of the City Council will he held Monday night at the regular time and place. Kouie matters of Importance will be brought before the Council and routine matters taken up at that time. The house on North Canyon Street owned by Major Rujac Is in the hands of the carpenters and other workmen this week. Three new rooms are being built on; a new veranda and sleeping porch added and a baAh room with all modern improvements is one of the features of the dwelling. The chimneys will be worked over, everything pspered and paluted and a decidedly pretty, up to-date dwelling will result. Wright Kllgore Is In from Rocky Arroya this morning. He. has the tame story to tell of extreme dry ness I...

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. — 29 June 1918

! I I One Carload Every Two Minutes rtj ta if e4 e to la , te U tft f 1 Nsret 16,000 POUNDS MEAT A MINUTE GOING TO ALLIES On Hos Out of Every Four Being Sent Abroad m w4 Hlfiiii trf erre fcsesi m te to Ue etta tar mm tiawe eA l rate A T e !! awtaaa a nliOi, As the I 111. iNhU are key Sails a toa M 94 War ar ar aawaat to IMjlM aaa g.oajaa Dy. Ttse aM4 to aaV t. Ue aere af teo Onltaa Kattoa east Use sJ- 4 m Ue aa4 to the HiMaa sllUw af I IK all taa eeasatrUe at war wttl 0- iA aoeuay, I -i-. ini - - -. -aN' TV ii is, w . JM4 T nif la haf af ta la a i e4 These statements were made by a prom inent representative of the United States Food Administration. No industry in the country has played a more important part in helping to win the war than the American live stock and meat-packing industry. Swift & Company alone has been forward ing over 500 car loads of meat and meat products per week for overseas shipment. Swift & Company, U. S. A. VACATION ZONES FOR U. S. SOLDIERS Men on Lea...

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. — 1 July 1918

Cidp - VOIj. 2, NO. 00. C Itl.slt I. .NKW MLXICO, 31 OX I) A V, JII.Y 1, 10IH. ..(M) Ycnr, (Mk-. Month. .V. (pj ABSURD TERMS FEDERAL CONTROL1 GERMAN SUB ALLIES NIBBLING ' OF PRUSSIANS MAY STOP STRIKE! IS CAPTURED AT GERMAN LINE !) i y Associated Press. Paris, July 1. Cicat lit Itain must turn over Its war fleet to Germany, return Gibraltar to Spain, rent ore Kgypt And the .-tii- Canal to Turkey; Great Ilrltaln, France, and the United States must pay Germany an Indemnity of at leaM $45,000,000,000; Ilelgium and French territory mint he surrend ered. These are the conditions Included In A peace program pub lished In the "Nachrlchten" of Cnrclltx, Prussia, hy Count Itoon, A member of. the Prussian houne of Lords, according to p. llasel dispatch. Hy Associated Press. Washington, July 1. Govern ment control and operation of the nation's telegraph rnd telephone a) stems Is recommended to Con Kress by the President In the face of ynn Impending strike of I'nlon operators employed by the Wes...

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. — 1 July 1918

TheEveningCurrcnt S. I.. I'riy, I'.dilor and Mgr. lintci l H(nd clans matter April IK, If) 1 7, at t he pout office at ailbad, New Mexico, under the Act of Maich 3, 1X79. Published dally, Sumluts excepted, by the Carlbnl I'hntlng Co. Memhrr of 1iw .ommUiI I'rOHM. The Acnx lat'd Press Is exclusive ly entitled to thf use for republica tion of all new dicpatrlicH credited to It or iiot otherwise ci edited in thta paper und a ho tin- lorul newt published licit' in. roix ii. or ii:h:m;. Cailnhad. N. M, June 2!, 1&IH. To the (MIlr.-iH of the Llrk the Kaiser Club and Community Councils, (cntlemcn: Th nutlonul Council of Iefene U Mending out a letter on thrift and economy. It is urging that "a concerted efTort for economy by the people of the Nation will not only go far toward paying Amer ica's expense In the war, but will also reduce consumption of raw ai.d manufactured material essen tial la the conduct of the war. The Council urges all to refrain from unnecessary expenses of all kind...

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. — 1 July 1918

J TUB KVKSIM) CURRENT, BIONDAY, JULY 1, 10M. LOCAL NEWS Misses Elinor and Dorothy Flow -en are spending the week la Lov ing at the C. V. Kosson home. Guy Kced returned from a trip to C'lovK getting In Saturday af ternoon and la atill here Mr. Prank Miner and children who have been visiting frlenda In Carlsbad scleral daya left yester day afternoon on the return trip to their home at Lovlngton. Mr. Miner came In Saturday evening to accompany them home. The house occupied by the O'QuInn family for ao many years Is undergoing etxenslve renovations and repalia. A new covering haa been put on the versjida and the exterior hits been painted In good style. Some of the rooms have received new papering and the dwelling, alwaya desirable In ap pearance, la much changed for the better. The fence haa been taken down and some Improvements are making on the yard. S. Y. Crockett Is up from Malaga today coming In the Ils.tfleld car on business errand. F. M. Hatfield and Mrs. Hatfield are In town to...

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. — 1 July 1918

iMftaMUMiai One Carload Every Two Minut 63 eta tm a. I vea fey Um m T I tit. ft tkt let a 15,000 POUNDS MEAT A MINUTE GOING TO ALLIES Ons H03 Out of Every Four Being Sent Abroad MM tHM MM Ml 4arta a U to a eft tW -f 1MN mm iUmmM ara fce-K y ptniaae 411?. TVa Un a4 M ta (ifOM p4toHm at MtrVM at war wtt Oar- Xjr t till u 1".'. T nif la hat of ta a i 4 a. These statements were made by a prom inent representative of the United States Food Administration. No industry in the country has played a more important part in helping to win the war than the American live stock and meat-packing industry. Swift & Company alone has been forward ing over 500 car loads of meat and meat products per week for overseas shipment. Swift & Company, U. S. A, v '(' t 9 AMmKSH nt' 41IMJN J. V. AIlMHTItONtt. The lollottiriK tint nt addle waa deliveied Ht the Laymen' ClMtflg at Metnodtat Church UM iiim. Judte AiiiihIiuiik wa the apeaker and the tpeech Kate audi tea t iMfurt loti thnt It ha lit-en i queat...

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. — 2 July 1918

re i VOI 2, NO. 70. CtltLSHAO, NEW MEXICO, TUKHDAY, JIXY It.. W 00 Year. 0c. Mouth, Be. Oopy. BRILLIANT ATTACK BY AMERICANS ! Hy Associated Press. Paris, July 2. The village or Van, went of Chateau Thierry, and the height went of Van, was cap tured during the night by Amer ican troops In an operation on the Marne front, which was carried out In conjunction with the French, says official message. Three hun dred Herman prisoners were taken. The American Marine Sector, July 2. Ity Associated Press. In a brilliant operation and hard fight ing, American troops on this front last night captured Vaux, toget her with a large slice of the Paris highway, west of Chateau Thierry, also two patches of woodland. The Americans took many Herman pris oners. In the Vaux region Americans took the Germans ly surprise. Most of the prisoners were taken out of cellars r.nd dugouts. How many Cermans were killed Is un known, hut a number of dead Is in plain view and Indicates there must hne len considerable...

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. — 2 July 1918

ThiEveningCurrent 8. I.. Verty, Editor tad Mgr. Entered as second clasa matter April 1, 1 n 1 7. at the pout office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of Match. 3, 1879. Published dally, HundavH excepted, by the : Carlsbad Printing Co. Memlier of The- AxMnlsled Pre. The Ashociatcd Pi ess Is exclusive Ijr entitled to the use for republica tion of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited In this paper and alo the local news published herein. Effeethe July I, l!U8. the do-nu-Htlc business of the Adams Ex press 'Company, Northern Express ' Company, Wells-Pargo Express 1 Company, and several other com-1 panics will be taken over and con i ducted In the name of American! Hallway Express Company. In all. there are seven companies Involved In the merger. The Wells-Ka mo Express Company has hetn in bus iness In Carlsbad for manv years, and It Is to be hoped that the new, company will give as good service us me old one does. y MARIAN BONSALL DAVIS. When yoa walk betwee...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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