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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 16 July 1918

V TIIK UVRMXO CVIUIKXT, TUESDAY; JULY I, iOM. LOCAL NEWS J. H. Nevenger is again on the atck lift, uttering from a type of typhoid fever. Mra. George Stone and son came up from the lower valley last night and are In the city today. It. J. Toffelmlre returned to Lov Ington yesterday arier spending Sunday at home In this city. Mr. Rd. James was operated on at Sinters' sanftarlum this morn 4ng and Is reported doing well. Misses Roberta and Jeanette Henderson, of Malaga, came up from there last night and were guests at the hospitable Sellarda home while In town. Taut t'lowman and Wallace Thoraas came tip on Monday even ing's train from Malaga and are In town today. Mrs. Harris Oar.rett. of l-ovlng-i,ton, a alster of Mrs. Ilert C. Raw 11ns. Is In town for a short visit with friends, coming Monday night. Hilary Hoyd spent the week-end with his mother ajtd daughter, re turning to Miami, Arlsona, this morning. Mr. noyd Is an employee of the Inspiration Copper Mine Company. T. If. Jordan, wh...

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 July 1918

KJ FOll MCB AND MITES C!IICKi:N9. ON Itecently the County Agent has answered many calls as to the bent wiy to get rid of Ike and mites on chickens and In chicken houses. The following method will be found to very effective: breast, one below the vent, one on the tail, two on eltner thigh, and one scattered on the under hide of each wins when spread. Each pinch cpji be distributed tome what by pushing the thumb and flnccrs among the feathers is the mnterlal Is released. U in alvis ab't when dusting to hold the It Is known ns the Sodium 1 r,rKf.n 0V()r a jpr,. fallow pan, Fluoild mrthiMl, ii nd lias been j jn thls way the small amount foun.l by tho who have tri t! It t of material ordinarily lost Is rt-eoY- t le not only effective but etpende. Sodium riuoild limy be obtained In two forum from the dniK store. In one form It T known as chemically pure, and In the other rot in It Is known as commercial. The tter Is the beat one to purclm", us It Is In a fine powder, thus muklng It easier...

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 July 1918

C Hi iWMl Eirrera VOI.. 12, NO. 82. CAItLNIIAD. NEW MEXICO. WEDNESDAY, JM.Y 17, UttH. $.1.00 Year.'cOc. Monlh, Be. Copy. QUENTIN ROOSE VELT IS KILLED GERilfFlffflKFl i AI.IJKH HOLD ENEMY IN CHECK AIOMJ HANKS OK MAIINK, AND MAHKEH CAN NOT PENE TltATE Ot II DEFENSE. By Associated Press. The t.etnuui otfeiiHlve In In It third day, and, according to entente, observer, It hmm no longer the character of a geoer I attack. It Iimn worked Itself Into m wrlw of rniNtmtlvrl' local oiwmlloitM. Success of at let one of these ote rat Ions, bowever, wotild amount' to C4m alderahle achievement for the ilrrmtum. However much It might full ftlmrt of the original designs, thus fur tli offensive iKri now largely to take on 1 N4't of turning mow meut against the llhclui salient. The tiermiuix during the night tin,resed In two sector. Houth of the 3lame they attacked the height liimmAndliiK the fiver . i roMMlng. which writ taken by Fmih on Tuesday. Freiu h reached llotirdiwinerle tKinllon farm, north 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. — 17 July 1918

-EiEvcningCurrcnt "'tt! icy mm urn fiio.1i hvau K OF HA NT A FK RY. R. L. Irrr. Editor and lJci Alnar,0i Texpjl Jnly 17.For Kntered as second elm matter twenty-two years haa K. P. Itlpley April 16. 1917. at the. poat ofTica at M'' th affairs of the Atchl CarUbad, New Mexico, under tha "D Topcka and Hanta Fe Railway Act of March 3, 1879. Published " P'ldent and made It a. model dally, Hnndaya excepted, by tha transcontinental thoroughfare. He, CarUbad Printing Co. now rctlrea from active .manage- tucnt nf the system he created. A farewell letter to all employes haa Member of The Aorlatrl Pre. J"t been made public and Is Yiere The Associated Presa la exclusive- K,ven ln ly entitled to the use for republlca- "For "nm nrn u h" bfn D' Hon of all news dispatches credited P""1"1 ,,,t 11 would aoon be my to It or not otherwise credited In dn,y lo rtn the active manage thla paper and also the local newalrm'nt of thp Hnt bnt. th published herein. .urgent request of our directors and -mmmmmmmm...

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 July 1918

TUB LVL.MNO COIlRK.Vr, WKHXI-Wli.tY, JILT 17. 1018. LOCAL NEWS Carlsbad, Jolr 17. Tonight and Thursday generally fair; not much change, la temperature. Mrs. Henry 8c h marge left last night for her home In Demlng after a few days atay with her parenta In Caxlahad. The Cutient will keep Mra. Schmarge pouted on happenings In her old home. Mra. Doyd Kaker and little daughter, Cecil, left taut night for St. Loula. The little girl, who I aii yearn old, liaa been partially paralysed for aome time gjid the trip la undertaken at thla time In order to Rive her the benefit of specialist's care. After treatment Mra. Laker will take Ceell to her old home In Kentucky for a visit. A crowd of young people left laat night for Mark river where a. dance waa given at one of the hos pliable homea of that aection. They report a fine time, a good crowd and Iota of fun going and returning. Among many othera present from town were Misses Naoma, and Opal Matney, Sylvia Watklna. Florence watktna and Carroll ...

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 July 1918

LOCAL NEWS John Heed and wife were In town yesterday unci say they have had two fl'c rains lately. Their rattle ate on the V. A. Poore ranch In the mountains and ere do ing very will. Hardin Claik la In town from hi ranch near Moseley. They 'have had no rain there, but, like ;.- t.mr ura tifinlnir M wilt come very anon. Mr. Clarke and I It" J. T. Hedmon came down children expert to stay at Moseley " " "" ru ' until ahoitly before the opening r"7 u"' ww,B" f " of school. " . ,un "" urainon poems 10 n wen ana nrj Dr. Pate tevr for Irmlnr. Dr. I If. Pate wa a passenger south thl morning on a vlatt to DemlnK, N. M. The town hardly seems the same with the doctor gone, he belnic one of the mm who aeldom reata and never tnkes a aratlon. . Dr. Tate xoea to Denilng to take a. course under United State Army surgeon In the latest government requirement In the examination of Army recruit. Word from Major Hujae ram ! buay alnce Tomln meetlnn yesterday from Salt hake City, , old friend who are al...

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 July 1918

JlIlQ VOL. 2, NO. 8.1. l'AlltSllAI, SKW MI.XIC'O, Till HSDAY, Jl'I.Y l, 101. 3.04) Year, fiOr. Month, ftc. Copy, torts Allied! fcisiive Smash Mme LIi for 2MISe S French and Americans in Attack Between Marne and Aisne Rivers on 25-Mile Front Hit First Blow of Aggressive Tactics Hy Associated rress. Focli has taken the axKiffdve iti mt lntortant scale, attacking thin inorttliifC wi a 2.Vmlle front Mwrrn the Alue and Marne, on the westerly uhle of the (IrniMnn' Ml Artie salient. From various kwwh come reioi1 Hint the bat tle I proRrelni( favorably to the Allied force, which, presumably, include American troop. Few de. tall of the battle are available. However, the main fact officially Uted It that lit various points along Mils trout progress of from one mile and a half to two roller km made and prisonere taken. Uy Assocli.t d Press. ISmIi. July I M. French hate delivered h w-l.MiitMrtl attack ! alu! the Hue of the Alne river an tar ttn lU'llcaii, for 2.1 miles, piiKitiii( one mile ami ...

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 July 1918

GERMAN rrn ami is in mm v. Uy AHMuriiit'd Preaa. With American Army in France, July 18, 2 o' clock P. iM. The entire offensive operation be gun this morning on the front between the Aisne and Marne is going on at this hour for the most part even better than was expected. The enemy so far has been unable to with stand the shocks which the Americans and their allies have deliv ered and are still deliv ering. As the whole left of the German flank is menaced the enemy must draw in his troops from the Marne front or risk their being caught where they are. This means that the finishing blow possibly has been administered to his dying offensive. f T.J 1 1 y AKOCIut'I I'lt'HH. WITH XMI ItlCW HUM IIS IN MiiM i:, jit.y ih. i iti; i dim; , MOST VIOI.IINT S'KIIIM IN I.AIU.i: M'MIIHIW WHICH UAH I.AINCHIiH IN COOPKIUTION W ITH A I ItCNCH POWKIHTI, on i:mi: on a link nohth or en vn:,c.Tnii:imY this AlOltNlNti Till. AMi:itlCANH pahsio itr.vnNn nhaiu.y am. tiikih oiui:cti i:s. ihno thi: niroitiANT p...

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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 18 July 1918

nnn-tiiwii VUIllMaT, TIIUIWDAY, JCLY 18, 10 1. LOCAL NEWS A. J. Iluehanan. of Roawell, was In town from there yesterday. Mlsa Orance Jones la again at borne after a little visit to frlenda at Itoawell. C. F. Itlndel in having hla new bungalow, recently built In the lower valley, put in fine shape. Mr. nindrl Is having the house paJnted and the Inside papered. Jack ffalbert of this city doing the work. Miss Minnie Hawthorne, of New Orleans, Is a stranger who recently arrived In Carlsbad and Is stopping at the L. S. Myers home on Ala meda Street. Joe Lusk, wife and daughter are business visitors In town from the ranch today. John Dearborn came down from the Thayer ranch last night, as did Mrs. Julia Tucker and children. Mr. Dearhorne expects to return to his work on the mountains this afternoon some time. Mrs. J. F. Joyce in anticipating the visit of a nephew, De Witt Jones, who, with his wife and baby, will arrive in the nest few days, from Den I son. Texas. T. C Home (in in Market. ...

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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 18 July 1918

Till-: l lltHT NUJHT IN Till. TIIKXrilKfl. Dy Associated Press. tendon, July 18.- What will the first niclit In the trenches be, Is a question that thmiPnndn of Auierl ran soldiers hae laced with some misgivings, ceitalnly with lively Mitlclp; tion. The expetence of mnnv of IIimii in iifl he like thnt of a llrltlsli plough-boy soldier des-t-nhed by Loid Imnsany, Captain of Hut Innlskllllng Fusiliers. "A man'n first night In the front fin- H an epoch-making expert enee," lie wiltes. "It I like a man's tlist vote, or li 1h twenty-first blithday. It li n milestone In his life, ma.iklng the change from the tn I in lr warfare behind the linen to the k r i in realities of actual con fllrt. "Pet haps I can let explain how thin epei Ictiee alfectn II soldier by telling yon the story of a recruit's fust night In the trenches. IHck i.'liitH'i, one of my men, waa a doughboy Just part IK when he enlisted, pihI not yet lit when lie went on hi first sentry "go" In the front line. "It wan a iilet ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 19 July 1918

line V 17 OI,. 2, NO. 81. Allien i. m:v mlxilo. fiiiday, jti.v id, iim. Allied Advance Does MM Year, (JOc. Month. 6c. Copy. - Taj' " A it ii ilSlH it o o 00 00- o - HIuEiras Flee from American IFire o - o o o o I) German Crown Prince Desperately Rushes in Reserves to Help Right Flank while French-Americans Push Advantage Dy Associated Press. MNDON, JILY 11). ACCOIID INO TO ADVICF.H HKItH FltF.NCII AMAIN AHF. ADVANCINU AND pitoiiAiiu.Y tiii: of.iima.nhI .WILL IIAVK TO MAKF. A HKAD. .HHT.MF.NT IS TIIKIIt LINK IN., I.KHH TIIKY CAN IMMFDI ATFLY TllllOW IIAt'K TIIK FltF.NCII. tly Associated Prea. AMFUICANH ANII FltF.NCII AHF. AOAIN ADVANCING ALONO A LINK IHOM TIIK AISNF. TO TIIK MAIINK, WIIF.HF. TlllltSDAY WAH LU M IIK.I) A COFNTFIl OFIT.NMUi: OF LAHOF. PHOPOIt- TI0N8. - - of.iiman iti:si;itvi:s auk in:. incj mimn:i to mi:f.t tiik TllllKAT AOAINKT TIIK KNKMY'H ' ItKJIlT FLANK IN TIIK KOIS HONH, (TIATKA1? - Tllll.ltUY, ItllFIMH SAI.IKNT AMI AKK F.N- oaokd in a htiu;;i,i: which haukm with ...

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 July 1918

l fir Associated Press. Washington July 19. Eight divisions of American troops are be lieved to be represented in Allied fighting on the Alsne and ilarne front, according to Information given members of the House mili tary committee In a weekly confer ence. March. the Chlef-of -Staff, stated that the- drive now going on will not replace nor hinder prepar ations for a great allied offensive which Ik plauned later in the year. Details of the fighting are lacking Ix'caiiMc dispatches fioiu Pershing are delayed. READ CAREFULLY THE ZL km hmwZZZZ3 I FOR S aturday and Monday One hird Off From Regular Price On! LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S GINGHAM AND VOILE DRESSES LADIES' SILK AND CREPE DRESSES LADIES' AND MISSES' MIDDY RLOUSES AND SMOCKS LADIES' FANCY SILK HOSE M en's Department 1 LOT MEN'S UNIONS $1.00 PANAMA AND STRAW HATS ONE THIRD OFF FROM REGULAR PRICE. MEN'S AND BOYS' OXFORDS, Rest Grade, AT REASONABLE PRICES. PE PL wuercanti e bo "WHERE THINGS ARE NEW" Avoiiitu cam,. The local registrati...

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 July 1918

tiim lvlning ct'iuiK.vr, fi:i.t, jixy io, idik. LOCAL NEWS GEN. PERSHING INSPECTS AMERICAN TROOPS IN FRANCE J. K. BlngMon, of Monument, wa In from there, Thursday, and w A guet of the PaJace. II. Hardin, who ranches on the plains, In In town today, coming yesterday, and may remain a day or two before leaving for his home. . . -JUL;:. ..: , 'I ,1'JW mMMl ,IHI,IU. I MtV UI WIW1JII II Illnlllllll II IIU.I .,W ..MIBWI I I mm ' '!! I H JIM I !: v:;:;; -r n : ;:s ,; r. -i;p;iu ut.iHi 'it''' ' . ' " ;; ' ' , . , . . - ."V.T"t , " ... ; 'mi. -- i " . .- ' . i- . ..' .. v, i. , : , . r-.! r- J r' i rm r Wm. Wheeler will take the place of Art Morltt, operator at the mov Inn picture show In the event of Morlt going to the navy. I -I IH1 HI! I M rH. G. It. Ilent i.nd threo chil dren left thl morning for their home at Arno, after rpendlng the night In town. They were return ing from an extensive trip up the lino where they visited relatives at arlou place. Off of two acre of measured L'rnund. Fd...

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 July 1918

APSES WAISTS For Saturday and Monday We will reduce our complete stock of Ladies9 Waists to 3 Off Middy Blouses Our large line of Ladies Short Sleeve Middies we will place on sale at 3 Price Joyce Pratt. Conipaey it We Want, Your Trade" KOI II M" H l. I'WMiltAM. (Altl-SUAl) U)YH IX FIIAXCH. "Carlsbad boys are winning hon- 'om In France," My an Kl Paso pi per of terent date. "Instead of languishing In a plson ramp and living on bone sour, an his would-be ciiptorn thought b would, Marcus , lUackiiion. who In .:i original "H ' Company boy, and that ntampn hlni ii a good one, lit wearing five , scalps on hlit belt and bin arm In ii sling. . "lllarkinon, mi the story goes, wan doing outpost duly In No ; Man l.a.nd when he wan surround ed by a patrol of nix Ccrmuna. They cloned In on 111 in and it ; looked bad for Marcus, but he pot bin automatic out and an the C.er- 'inaiin cloned in on him, llluckmon laid five of them in th dunt. The (sixth surrendered, wl'h loud crlen of "Kamerad", and...

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 July 1918

G illie VOL. 2, NO. 85. CAHLHIlAll. KW MHXICO. HATUItDAY, J ITT 20, 1018. .Y00 Year, oc. Month, fr. Copy, v. i Hfoiis o 9 o - o- North west i o o o o- o o- 1 ,0 o o o o EEmy legists Re Franco-American Troops Pound Lines Without A Stop and Kaiser's Reserves Are Not Able to Check Advance By Associated Press. lOMM)N', JILY t. 1 It N i: ASNOIWCKH THAT II Kit TltM)lH IIAVK TAKKN I8,84H UI'.ltMAN PltlKONCRS MNCi; TIIK COIN. Ti:it ATTACK HTAItTKI). M)MM), JILY 20. ii:ilMNM SOITII OK TIIK MAHSK IIAVK M Ki i;m:i a hkitlnk hv thi: UIK.NCH AM AUK ItirrilUNtl TO TIIH NOItTII, ANNOI'NCKS A ItKCTKHS CIHtKSPONIKXT. My Associated Tresa. WITH KHrNCH AHMY IN KltAM'K, JILY 20. KXTKXTK ALLIKII TltOOIS TODAY AUK DIUYINO lllK TIIK OKKMANH ON TIIK HOI U HANK OF TIIK MAIi.NK A.V AHK NOW AP I'llOACHftVU TIIK ItlYKIl KM IIANKMKNT. and the advanced 1 1 n runs tu Monte nod southwest of Helleau. The nuiiilier of primmer lias reached eighteen UiHiAiul ami eluht hundred. French tune advanced a thousand yard betwe...

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 July 1918

TTeEveningCurrent K. L. Perry, Editor and Mgr. Entered as second class matter April fi. 1917, at the poat office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Published dally, Sundays excepted, by the Carlnbad Printing Co. Member of The Associated 1'ress. The Associated Press la exclusive ly entitled to the use for republica tion of all news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited In thla paper and also the local newt published herein. The tank of mlnlstci ln to the spiritual needs of our men on the other aide la not nn easy one nnd those who undertake It must be especially well equipped . mentally. Mont of them apparently are and much praise haa been accorded them by their unusual congrega tion. Many orthodox Chrlatlana would hold up their hnnda In hor ror upon ihe scriptural elabora tion presented by then chaplains and thla can be appreciated from peruaal of the following excerpt of a Marne chaplaln'a sermon, de livered during a halt In the march to the fron...

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 July 1918

THIS KVCKl.tfl CUKKEST, H.tTtlin.tY. JLLY J. 10l. I.Of!AT, IMFAVS Jesa Wheeler haa returned from a visit to El Paso, getting In Thura day night. Mr. Wheeler hat heen under the weather' for aome daya, but la gradually gettlngbetter." Will Ward and wffe and the little children of Mr. and Mrs. Huford Pope cam In yeBterday from the Ward ranch, went. The children had a fine time at the ranch In the mountain. W. C. Ioss, V. 8. A r tenia, la In town on one of hla offlrlaJ busi ness visits, to Inspect aome cattle fhat are offered for ahlpment. Mtaa Althea Harris, of Kl Paso, waa a passenger south thla morning en route to her home after a plena A ..!!. . I . 1 I ...... II f pni tibii wiiii iirr aimi, tin. tt. Merchant. In Carlsbad, and friends In Iloawell. MIm Harris la alwaya welcome In Carl shad, where ahe la an especial favorite with the young people. COLLINH-LECK. Little Tommy, the baby aon of "Red" Smith, la very 111 at the home of Mr. Slfford near the boa- Ital and .alight hopea are en...

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 July 1918

How France Has Been Fed "Before the war, a distin guished French Officer, General Maitrot, wrote a series of ar ticles in tha 'Echo de Paris' to warn France, that in case of war, the French meat industry would be unable to supply the French army in the field with fresh meat, owing especially to the lack of modern refriger ating plants and of refrigerating transportation, and too, owing . to the deficiency in the national herd." "Since the war be?en the French army has never been short of fresh meat, thanks mainly to the prosperous condi tion of the American meat in dustry, and too, to the American live stock breeders." The foregoing state ment was made by a representative of the Allies now in the United States. Another representative of the Allies said recently: "that the American packers hn?M3 been of the greatest pos sible assistance to the Allies and have, by their efficient co operation, contributed in the utmost degree to the successful prosecution of the war." Swift & Comp...

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 July 1918

veiQDKis: LEinwA VOI 2, NO. M. CAItLHItAD, MIW MUXHX), .MONDAY, JULY 22. .1018. 9.YUO Year, OOc. Month, 0c. Copy. : CEiatteawj-TMeBTy Takmlby All nine II y Associated Press. Iteo.r snard actions are belnK fought by the Germans north of Chauteau-Thlerry today In a hk push at the fleeing enemy by French and American who Sunday panned through Chauteau-Thlerry In their advance northeast of that corner-stone of the Hermans' con quest. In eastern France reaction la marked between erlolles and north northwest and no.th of Cha llesea( which are two villages teau-Thlerry, at a dlstonce of ap proximately seven and four mile respectively. Hetween (lerisollca and Ilesea and St. (leaven German attacks were broken and the Allied line maintained throughout. Dim! Ion of Xew I .In. lly Associated Press. london( July 22. yesterday crossed the tweon Chatleavcs and east of Ch8.teau-Thlerry tuied the wood of -Americana Maine be Lecharmeo, tind cap llarblllion. Jly Associated Tresa. With Americana on 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. — 22 July 1918

TCEveningCurrcnt 8. I. Perry, Editor and Mgr. Entered an second class matter April 16, 1917, at the pout office at Carlsbad, New Meslco, Under the Act of March 3. 1179. Published dally, Sundays excepted, by the Cailsbad Printing Co. .Member of The AwliteI Pre. The Associated Press Is exclusive 1y entitled to the um for publica tion of all news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local newt published herein. YOITII IS KM. I. Ill M M)1V IU lltl lV TWO IMlUVS, TnmIIiik Hton Hrt on Fire by Slay. rr, nim Victim's orp A dd I to IfolmnuM. Gallop, N. M., July 20. On July 16 Augustine and Lou la Chaves, Navajo Indiana, are aald to have atruck Pat Smith, 16 yeara old, who waa In charge of J. H. Tueker'a store, at Tsedatoh, N. M., 12 miles northeast of Gallup, Pan doval county, over the head with a aix-shooter, killing him. Then they went to the ware house, and, It la alleged, got five gallons of coal oil and threw oil around and Bet fire to the atore...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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