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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 2 July 1918

THE EVKMNO'CUIUIKXT, TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1011. LOCAL NEWS A. W. Dahlman, of Loving. In In th city this afternoon. Carlsbad, July 2. Tonight and Wednesday partly cloudy; not much chant? In temperature. T. J. Stagner, J. P., of Ar tenia, la In the Heautlful today transacting varloua kinda of busi ness and seeing the aljchta at the county seat. Kit Hurteson atarted out this af ternoon with 200 feet of 3-4 Inch rope, on hla ahoulder. Mr. TMrle aoa pot the rope for the purpoie of slushing out a well on hla plain In the mountains. Oeorge M. Hogart and family are l(wn from Hop with a agon r.id of fine red pluma from one of the orcharda near there. The fiult found a fairly ready sale at tight centa the pound. J. A. Klncald. the freighter, la In from Dog Canyon today. Mr. Klncald makes regular trlpa be tween Carlsbad and his home and carrlea out things ordered by peo ple along the way. He hae done thla for a number of yeara. MIhh Sadie Cheatham returned last night from a vacation trip to Ioulan...

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. — 2 July 1918

- m I iiimiii iui mimimn iiTir r?ZP Mr. and Mra, Orr K. Ingram, of Ronwell, came down from that city yenterday and are. at th Crawford. Mr. Ingram went out to the ranch for the day, but eipecta to be In this evening. Rev. Sellards Is an old friend of the family, Ms rather having been the family physician i Air ingrams granaratner and a loe pernonal friend as well. Mrs. Maude Wyman-Jenklnn Is upending this wee In JVrteaia, leaving for there yesterday Afternoon. - Till-1 j j i r NO VACATION OUTFIT COMPLETE Without an cvEREajy Daylo YOU will need a Daylo for those vacation nights around the camp; on fishing, hunting and hiking trips, for the early morning start or the late at night return. Darkness is a blindfold, more dangerous perhaps because of the false sense of security when you think you know the way. The short cut to safety lies along the path to the nearest Davlo dealer. Go in today get the type Daylo you need and extra Eveready Tungsten battery with you. For safety, convenienc...

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. — 3 July 1918

like aveiMira C torrent 6J) VOL. 2, XO. 71. caklshad, m:v mkxico. wi:dni;sdy. jily :i, hhh. .YM Year, flue. Month. .V lp - - V- ALLIES GAIN GOOD POSITIONS By Associated TreM. Last night on the French front waa marked by another sharp In cisive operation by which the al lien are from Aoy to day Improv ing their position In anticipation of the (Jermnn offensive. Petaln'a troopn drovr In on a two-mile front near Mcl'hlln Ronn Loutvent, between the nine and Alnne rivers, and have penetrated the German linen half a mile tak ing two hundred and twenty piln onern. The Itrltlnh front witnessed minor revernen for Halg'a fighters who relinquished part of the ground sained Sunday night near Vouxlneourt. The nermann began Monday denpernte effortn to recap ture valuable high ground here from which they were forced, but were then able only to gain a footing In the old linen. Last night they rennmed Ihe Hltempt and regained the greater portion of Ihe lont positions. 2 1-2 MILLION SAMMIES TO BE IN ...

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. — 3 July 1918

ThiEveningCurrent S. L. Ferry, Fdltor and Mgr. F.nterrd as second class matter Apill lf. If) 1 7. at the pout office at Carlsbad. New Mexico, under the Act or March 3. 1879. Published dally, Sunday excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Co. Member of The Aowk Utrd 1'rfw.s. The Associated Fress la exclusive ly entitled to the line for republica tion ot all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited In this paper and a I no the local newt published herein. In oidei HihI nil hands ma.y celebrate the Fouith of July, no psper will bi Isiied from thin office ; tomorrow. The Associated Fress dispatches will be received as ' usual and should there be any ' very Important war news, bulletins ' will b placed In the dniK store windows. hundred. If any member or non tueinber of the rlub knows of a man whose enlistment has been previously overlooked, mall his name Into the county office at once, with such other information as Is at band concerning the o. dler. L-tiitirnrxT 1. 1ST Of MA...

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. — 3 July 1918

TUB EVENING CURRENT, WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, fttft. LOCAL NEWS T. V.. Itatls. Jul, Is registered t the Palace. Will Smith and fajnlly ate to from their home on Hock;'. Mr. Annie Cooley, of Knowles, was In from there yesterday and stopped at the Palace. Ernest Shafer and wife spent the day In town yesterday from their ranch home on Itocky. Carlsbad. July 3. Thunder ahowers this afternoon or tonight; Thursday partly cloudy. "Hill" Ohnemus reports a 74 pound girl born to he and his wife Mondsy, July 1st, at 7:16. P. M. The little one has been named for her two grandmothers, Emma Louise, and Is fine little girl. Her grandfather, Koman Ohnemus, presented her with five dollars when she was only a few hours old, which was very patriotically and properly Invested In a Thrift Ktamp. the baby being very young to lend money to the government. Kuccess to her and the young parents. Guy R. Holcomb, secretsry for Mrs. Klser, owner of the Sulphur mines near Oris, Teias, was regis tered at the Crawford y...

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. — 3 July 1918

at aijikji i.ngi i;. i . i L 173Hi Villi il - rti -Xjr-fc u t...'hwif.'!.t, ,,,,. .J v- J NO VACATION OUTFIT COMPLETE Without an cVEREady Daylo YOU will need a Daylo for those vacation nights around the camp; on fishing, hunting and hiking trips, for the early morning start or the late at night return. Darkness is a blindfold, more dangerous perhaps because of the false sense of security when you think you bow the way. The short cut to safety lies along the path to the nearest Daylo dealer. Go in today-get the type Daylo you need and take an extra nvereaciy tungsicn uauciy mm jrwu. For safety, convenience and amusement, learn the Eveready night-signalling code for tending "Daylograms" from camp to camp, lor signalling ioi neip m casc ui uaogci, for sending messages by light, which is visible for nine miles. Atk for a ft copy c if) nif ht-itgnallifli tod at lh laltitd with Iht Hgn. IVW V :.....i ....J f LJ M i)v i mon si:it ici:s. Iti'MiiiuliiK Sunday ficuink:, July "III. lit H;:iii,...

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. — 5 July 1918

tmrnwrntm lie Evemks Current VOL. 2, NO. 72. CARLS HAD, XKW MKXICO, FRIDAY, JULY 0, 1018. $3.00 Year, 00c. Month, Be. Copy HUNS CRINGE AT ALLIES' BLOWS TWO MILLION TO GO OVERSEAS BRITISH HOLD ! RESOLUTION NEW POSITIONS AGAINST HUNS J By Associated rress. Harassing the German linen In the west showe no Blunt of letting up and the allies continue to gsjn ground here and there and to bring la Urge batrhea of German pris oners. , The game of striking the enemy hard blow on a amall aector haa now been taken up on the llrltlsh front, and an advance of a mile and a half on a width of four miles with the capture of fifteen hundred prisoners, aouth of the Somrne, testifies to the hitting powers of Australians, aided by American detachment. Oerman efforts to halt the attacking Aus tralians and Americana who ap peared on this port of the line for the first time, was In vain. Last night the llrltlsh had to well organlxed themselves In their new positions that when the Ger mans delivered their c...

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. — 5 July 1918

TEiEveningCurrcnt R. L. Terry, I'M I tor and Mgr. r 3 Entered ft frond clans matter April 16, 1017, at the post office at Carlsbad, Now Mexico, under the Act of Marrh 3, 1879. Published dally, Sundays excepted, b7 the Carlsbad Printing Co. MOTHER Member of The Awoclitnl I'rm The Associated Press Is excluslvo- ly entitled to the mho for republican tlon of ull news dispatches credited j to It or not otherwise credited In this paper And iiIfo the local news ! published Herein. Till K AMERICANISM. YOU WILL NEED We know of no finer examplo of true, Americanism Until that shown by Harold Gunst of the Main office, He has tried to en list In the Army upon several dif ferent iwcHslnns, but was turned down each time by Uncle Sam's examiners. Apparently there was no reason why Gunst should be turned down, for he ho all the appearance of being a healthy young man, but he had the misfor tune of having one of his fingers supplied with a tendon that refused to let the digit straighten out, and thi...

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. — 5 July 1918

V TIIH RVENINO CURRENT, Fill DAY, JULY 8, 101(1. .LOCAL NEWS Rush E. ntt has the contract for carrying the mall to Queen, Making the trip twice a week Tuesdays and Fridays. The mall service to FrIJole has been cut down to once a week, Mr. Tlatt naklng the trip there each Sat urday. Collin Oerrells went out to the Thayer ranch this morning on the mU car. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Arthur and aon, of Loving, were up from there today, coming In thelt car and re turning after a few hours' stay Mrs. Jno. Fletcher and Mrs. Jno n. DlAkeney are newcomers from Little ltock, Arkansas. A. O. Hushing, who ranches near rear!, was In town the Fourth rerfstered at a local hotel. Ernest Dclk came In last night from near Van Horn, where, he has been at work. Ernest Is one of the boy who will leave for Army Service the 10th Instaont. Frank Btetsoa Is In town today from IUack river. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hill. Mr. and Mrs flert C. Ita.wllns. Misses Mary Iee Newton and Helen Wright; Messrs. Craft and Ray Hill made ...

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. — 5 July 1918

r N ew wnahams 1 BUY THAT GINGHAM DRESS EARLY FOR SCHOOL THIS FALL AS WE HAVE FOR YOUR INSPECTION OUR COM PLETE LINE OF RED SEAIS AND TOIL-DU-NORD GINGHAMS. 35 and 40c. I ask rou. fellow citizens, to unite with them In making ths our In dependence Day the first that shall be consecrated to a declaration of Independence for nil the of the world. I)ISXSITIOV OF TIIK AllTIU'U CAH lOll IIKI) CUOSS. The Lick 'WOODROW WILSON." the Kaiser CluD had peoples ' arranged a way to dispose of the : I. W. Arthur car which effectually Mr.x needed koh coin's. 1918. SPECIAL AFTER THE FOURTH ONE LOT OP LADIES' VOIL AND SILK DKESSES AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. OUR LINE OF LADIES' . New White Wash Skirts II AT 2 PRICE Joycerrii Co. We Want Your Trade. MESSAGE TO FOUR MINUTE MEN hiM'i;n lis it.iil nt!i!',H war In their deit-nxe. selves fighting tiKnln llonal existence. We ur to declare We II nd our lor our nn are fare to The President Iuim usked that the Four Minute Men. i li I m repre Kn t n 1 1 present ...

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. — 6 July 1918

line EvemkK Cirremi, HATIHDAY, Jll-Y , 19IH. CAHLSHAD, MCW MKXRX), VOL. 2. SO. 7:1. .VM Year, Mic. Month. fi. Copy, j f 1 ) i y 450 KILLED IN SHIP DISASTER By Associated Presa. VU, III., July H. Approxi mately fotir hundred and fifty Mr mm vrte ilnmiml iuul trampled lo death ftt midnight when the eMiimlon steamer Columbia, car rylna; Ave hundred pHsnenger, Mtnirk iui htmclbii In the llllnol titer mjhI Mink. Thirty-two bodies nt unidenti fied. Many identified dead were removed from the wreck at ten thin morning which waa done through the effort of llarnewnlt brother, volunteer dlvera. All bodies were taken from the main deek and !ince floor of th boat. The boat wum making the trip down the beautiful Illinois river on a women and young Kill ei cuilon and atarted from Pekin, firtcen mile distance early In the evening, nefore leaving several hour were spent In dancing at amusement park, near here .nd when the return trip waa about one-hnlf enmpleted, the steamer ran into an obstruction ...

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. — 6 July 1918

TT.l? vn i n or PiirrnTi 1 1 H. !.. J' rry, IMitor and Mgr. I ' n t t rl u i iinr'nnil rl'im tit a fl t tit A pi II !. CM 7, at ttio post office at! Ciii Ishul, New Mexico, under t!i Act of M.111I1 3. 1 S 7 ! . I'uhllnlied ! daili. ' n i"l .t m exct pled, hy the C;t 1 Mini i 1 intirik; Co. ! Mi-oiIm-i nl I m .mh lalnl IVmh, ' Tli As.-n lulcd 1'iess Ik exclusive-! ly entitled to tin' use for icpuhllca-: Hon .r ,. iii'WM dispatches credited to It or not othiiwlse ciedlted In thin .iM'i- anil alo the local icwi pil)llli" linclii. Tin- miMiK'Mioiiiil intei-tili ami a ( limes of iiiv AHOf iatt Press, l t -li i-H main pimed in I h li.itchi'x hi today, hut ponHlhly would h imlliid l. hut few close ohseiiet. Thee 1 in momentarily expected In nunc 1,0111 WiD-hinntoii tho news that tho hill nuthoririnu Piesldent WIIhoii to take oier tele graph ami telephone lines has pa,ss cil tin' house of Con 1:1 ess. In or- del to he Hist, SOIlie IM'WS sertlCCS would assume thiM hill an certain to pa hh an...

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. — 6 July 1918

TIIK LVLNIMJ CX'IUIKNT, HATUItDAY, JIXY O, 1018. LOCAL NEWS j . C. N. Jonen Iiim returned from i bin trip to polntn In Notthern New; f irm: ami pahty. Minn Dorothy tnlncd a few of Mcintosh entcr hcr niHny girl Mexico and Colorado. Mr. and Mr. Harold W. John noli, of lloswell. are spending thi'lr honeymoon in Cntlnbad thin, week. J. J. Moon-, of l.akcwood, wan opctatcd on nt Slntern nnnltarluui veMrtday nnd in doing well. Mm. Dee Iliti key and nnn-ln-law, Sid Hriwn. lire up from the Hiukry ranch at Ucd JlluIT today. Dr. W. ('. Donn, veterinarian, of Attcsla, wim a bnnlncnn visitor to the county neat yesterday. Mr. and Mr, Paul Arm and Minn lilllfiin lleiMiip came In from the Aren ranch In the mountains yesterday. friends nt her home In Cailnbad .vestenlav I'.flei noon. The gucntn were to route attired an little glrln and the effeel wan rcitaliily aniim Ing. They woie aptotic, Mippcm, socks, and had their hair In mil or braid down their barkn. Mn.ny games of childhood days were play e...

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. — 6 July 1918

-1 MAJOlt IH UIIHIIIP VICTIM, i lly Associated Press, i Lake Chailes, La.. July . - MaJ. ' John I'nrioy Mitchell, foimer may or of New Voik City and an offi cer In the Army Aviation Service, was Instantly killed this A. M. t the Oerstner aviation field, while Hying In h scout mach ine. The accident ocrurred at .even thirty on the flying field. LOCAL NEWS I A telegram to I Washington, I). E. A. Warren from C, gave an ac- Miss Floilda. Sain, a charming young girl from Koswell, who has been a house guest At me nospit able C. N. Jones homo, will leae this afternoon. Mis Orare Jona will ac.-ompany the young lady end they wil2 spnd a week or ten daya In the mountains near Koswell with friends. count of the wounding of Lieut. Italph L. Warren comewhere In France. A. K. Warren formerly resided here, but now Uvea In Oklahoma and the man referred to la thought to be a brother. Marine Cn Mint tie. Ilr Associated Press. Washington. July Mailne easualtles aft- 111 and Include In those wounded In...

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. — 8 July 1918

ronrerafc tee EVEEE .J VOh. 2. Ml. 74. CAULHIlAI), NUW MKXICO. MONDAY, JI'I.Y . 1018. IMVOO Year, OOe. Month. ftV. Copy. GERMAN AMBAS SADOR TO RUSSIA ASSASSINATED lly Associated Tress. WashlnKton. July . - PlehtlnK took place In Moscow between the "lolshevlkl forces and the revolu tionary socialist following the ussasslnatlon nr Count V.n Mir bach, C.erman Ambassador, accord I n k to it dispatch from Swltzer In nd. AccordltiK to a Moscow telegram, to tin- Frankfurter ZeltunK, the two assassins of Count Von Mir harh I 1 after commlttlm the crime to a building occupied by social revolutionist, where they were defended with machine Kims, It In declared til assissanltlon wa to have been the slKnul for a ie volt, under the leadership of soel eJ revolutionists, hut thin failed to materialize on the scale planned. Kmperor William learned of the assassination of Count Von Mir liejrh, (Serman Ambassador to Iltis aia, he ordered Von Kuehlmann to hreak negotiations with debates In Merlin, says...

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. — 8 July 1918

promptly Investigate the clrcunv AI18AVi;illllVUl 1 Vllt stances of the case giving the reg ffL Perry. Kdltor mid Mir. Intrant reasonable opportunity to inbuilt mirh evidence an he may nntere as sccoud class matter ...i..i w- .wm.vu . April H. 1917. at the post office at lo ubm,t' by f"d" or Cailshad. Now Mexico, under the otherwise, and shall proceed aa Act of March 3, 1879. Published Inaf tor prescribed. daily, Sundays excepted, by the Carllal Printing Co. Hertlon 1 2 1 F. Proceediire In ruse where the local hoard of or- Member of The Associate! I'ltxiii, Ulnnl Jurisdiction Issues notices and Investigation and decision. If under the farts It shall i The Associated Plena la exclusive- miikes y entltlfd to the Hue for reDubllca-' this paper and also the local news! yuuinilu 11 I V I Ut ( PltOdKKMW DltOPPIt) IHOM ;ovi;nNMi:.T lmiioy. Iiy Associated Press. Washington, July . -Official correspondence made public here ha disclosed that Cleveland Abbe, Jr.. editor of the Monthly Weather ...

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. — 8 July 1918

s TUB EVENINQ CU1XIICNT, MONDAY, 41'LY , tOlA. LOCAL NEWS Don't b a spender. D a Strtr J. II. Yates Bpent Saturdty la Hoswell. I.KK llM)XOM HURT. Dr. Von Almen of Hoswell regis tered at the Crawford, Sunday. W. I). Hurt no a Is up from the Pecos country and Is registered at the Crawford. -a Dave Gordon Is in town from his ranch, went, transacting busi ness of va.rlous kinds. Nat and K. Roberts were In from the ranch yesterday, staying at the Crawford. They report no tain yet. . . . Cart Livingston is In from the ranch. He reports no rain yet, but says he Is still hoping, and there are others. I.oul Haker rimie tip from the Coad ranch at Red Muff yester day and will return In the lien Dickson car this morning. Yesterday afternoon a party of young people were taking an air Ing In the Iiloxom car, and coming to 9. shady lane In La Huerta, stop ped the car under the shade of an Immense cottonwood tree. Lee llloxom decided to climb the tree, which he did in spite of the pro testis of his...

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. — 8 July 1918

IHKK.lt .iioi,isiii:m ror.Mii By A isolated Press. Waahlnaton, July Ilaker ehollnhed th and turned oier itn a. Secretary Wnr Council function to UKI ltSH KIIII'MKNTH Itox 51, shipped July 3rd, con tained the following articles: 25 pair of locks. 5 nwcalein. MIM'TKM or CITY VOVSVlt,. Asnlstannt Serietary of War, Oen ral March, rhlcf-of-Staff, and MaJor-Ocneral tSoethala, Aanlntant "hi.,r-nr.sif f. wlm In In charge of purrhnnen, BtoraKt and traffic. 15 pair of pajamas. 500 triangular bandaaea. i0 t-tallcd bandaea. Collin tSerrells la Thaer ranch today. In from the I'KIt AM AN HOVr.llNMr.NT Itl SHiM I). II AH Hr Annof-lated Press. Amsterdam. .Inly X.- The L'kran tun noeinuifHt has realKned and Vaiklevltch. noclalint federalist, la rhariced with the lesponslhlllty of the formation of a. new cabinet, acrordlnK to a l.cmberK dispatch fiom Vienna, to the Newe Frle prenne, . routes and wife were ren Hten-d at the Palace today and yea- u-nim- fiom their home In the Jal section. W. C. Hons. A...

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. — 9 July 1918

mtuuu e Evemis Current VOL, 2, M. 75. CAULS It A l, NKW MLXKO. Tl'KNDAV, JtLY 0, 1018. W.OO Yenr, tHM. Month, ftc. Copy. FRENCH ADVANCE ONE MILE DEEP ITALIAN TROOPS PUSH ADVANTAGE DISASTROUS EXCITING FIRE TRAIN WRECK; THIS MORNING lb it 15 jr Associated Press. French troop hit tin Cieiiiuut line a smashing blow early thin morning north of Im In, where the (ermans were stopped after flte days of fighting in thru thniKt to ward the French capital In the I Pitt of the nlneteen-elghtcen offensives about a month ago. The attack of the French was made eJong a two and a half mile front. At some point Petaln's troopsp ushed Into enemy positions for a mile. Twoj farm and four hundred anf fifty i prisoners were captured. The area chosen for thin quick and effective blow was aouth of J the Mali river region, northwest i of the Complegne forest, on the! front between Mont Didler and the Olae. A point of the Herman wedge projected here In the neigh borhood of Anthevil ejid It was to the west of ...

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. — 9 July 1918

ThiEvcningCurrcnt S. I.. Verrr, Editor and Mgr. Entered an second clans matter April 16, 1917, at the pout office at Carlitbud, New Mexico, under th Act or March 3. 1879. I'ubllshed dally, Hundaya excepted, by the Cailhbud I'rlnting Co. Member of The A.xUlel I're. The Asaoclated I'resa in exclusive ly entitled to the use for republica tion of all news dlaputchc credited to It or not otherwise credited In this paper and alao the local news published herein. Here's a call for men of brawn nod brain to dilve hl truck for the American Ited Croaa. Twenty H v of them an- needed, husky up-stn.ndlnij rahps who know how to take cure or thcmnelves any where you put them. Men who would do the Red ('ion honor, and be honored to wear the lied Cross hrsssard. Thej're wanted. Iweity-flte or them to Ko oversea. To drive (he cam that carry food and clothlng for PelRlan refugee and French men driven from their home by hordea of savaec tluns. (Jet into the collar, If you're he-mHn, and the army doean'...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
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