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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 22 July 1918

T1IK KVKM.NO CUMUfiNT, MONDAY, JILY 1TJ. 101. LOCAL NEWS Tom Gray was In from the home ranch Saturday. Dr. Upp of Rob well Is In town today registered at the Crawford. V. II. Lusk was In over Sunday from his ranch home on the plains. A. Z. Smith returned Saturday from a business visit to Chaves county. J tid Alston and wife are In town In their car this morning fror their ranch on the plains. J. I). Forehand and wife are In today. They have had only light sprinkles of rain a.t their ranch. John Allen, of Chicago, traveling man, was an over Sunday visitor tn town, registering at the Craw Dr. Furay of Lakewood Is a bus iness visitor to Carlsbad, eipecttng to remain In the Reautlful overnight. Sam Flnley returned Friday night from a visit to his children and other relatives In different parts of Texas. Frank Harrison was one of the boys who returned from Camp Cody as physically unfit for ser vice In the army. Mrs. Frank Rarey has been vis iting with Mrs. T. C. Home for a week, and left...

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. — 22 July 1918

I, ow France Has Been Fed Before the war, a distin guished French Officer, General Maitrot, wrote a series of ar ticles in the '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 began 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 have 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 & Compa...

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. — 23 July 1918

Got veram VOL. 2, M. M7. C.tltLSIt.U), XLW MLXHX), T1'IIAIY, 4FLY 2i. 11IIH. $3.M Year, 00c. Month, fie Copy, EH A S o o .4 o o- mm I An AMnrnr Hum am HuvHiUL ur HLLItU HttT ilLO 'Jil ) 1 1 Fl QRCES GERmANS TO CONTINUE RETREAT Ti J lly Associated 1'rfM. londu, Jily JM. A I II oVImk thli morning Hie French re rr orted in have advanced one mile' on n front of four tulle. It Ik i IlKtUgllt lllAt Hie MllM4k Ml Hiej Mont Pldicr M'ultMi might In on a wider trout IIihii the one mention- j rd. In tit Mont 1 tidier flgMIng, ' I hr French, Inside rapturing il vlllen and hn 11 lor, wcpt on to tlii rret of Itnlniiivnl, cnplmlnu that m tl rit. lly Associated Frcss. , French and American crossed the Marne ocr n front of twehe inlli'K llwn JaitlKOiuu', seven m 1 1 r cast of Chateau-Thict ry, and UciiH, Where the ( Jel 1 1 1 h II line crowed the stream when Hie (Jer inp.n offensive was nt It height. On the western flank of the Her uwui salient the Allie have taken Otichy-l.ee haii, one. mile north ...

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. — 23 July 1918

mvcnin REVIElViii 8. L. Ferry, Editor and Mgr. Kntered as second dim matter April 16, 19 IT, at the post office at Carlabad, New Mexico, under the Act or March 3, 1879. Published daily, Funduys excepted, by the Carlsbad Filming Co. Member of The Aiftoclateil Tret. The Associated Press Is exclusive ly entitled to the uso for repuMIca tlon of all news dlnpatrhes credited to It or- i.ot otherwise credited lo thla paper and also the local newa published herein. The Current Its always contend ed that homo product are more desirable to all loyal cltlxens who tske prld- In I heir home town, If the aitlcle I equal In quality to any prod mod tint of town, than any which might he imported. A dollar spent for something produc ed In a nelKhhorlnK town la Jtiat that much deducted from the wealth (if Carlsbad and added to the proa perlty and growth of some other commonwealth with the chancea very much In favor of that dollar never reaching Its rightful hove. If Carlsbad citizens do not care fully...

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. — 23 July 1918

Tirn i-vknino cunnnxT, tvi'spady, jily m, ioik. V LOCAL NEWS John Link began Monday havlnf alfalfa hauled to hit ranch fcr winter ose. J. O. McKeen and aon are Up from their home at Malaga, corn Inn yesterday. John Nymeyer cam up from Loving taut night and spent the night at the Palace. Hob Shields, from nocky Arroya, pent the night In town registered at the Itlghtway hotel. W. L. Stamp, who ranches In the Loving district, spent the night In town - and transacted buslnesa here. John Lusk has purchased of It. Ohnemua considerable alfalfa which he la having freighted to his ranch. Ml-f Jewell Moore and Miss KlUabeth Farrl left Tor Loving thla morning" to Join the awlmmlng f party at that place. Tom Mlddleton and Ned Shattuck .U were visitor from Queen yesterday x and will likely return to their homes thla afternoon. aaa.aBWSSSaaBaBiaaBBaaamSaaa Elliabeth Farrl. of Artesla, la pending the week In Carlsbad, most of the time at the home of her brother. Claude Tarrta. The local Red Cross ...

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. — 23 July 1918

lajestic Ranges Charier Oak Stoves Weber Wagons Deering Mowers and Bakes John Deere Plow Co. Implements Harness and Saddles International Gasoline Engines Pratt - Smith Hardware Co. di:ali:u in GENERAL HARDWARE lollt MIMTII mi:v THORIUM. 'Subject: -The Meaning lea" (Continued). , . For week beginning; Into Iftlti 'II,' "ii ' o . . , Mr. J. S. Oliver, Tuesday Julv 2J?nU Mr. W. A. Cralfr, Wednesday nl'it, July 2 Hit; Jndre p. (1. Grantham, day night, July 25th; Mr. V. S. M Inter, Friday r July 2th: ! Professor V, A. Pooie, ' d;.y nlcht, July 27th. , of Anier-Tuesday, night, nesdav Thurs-j nlcht, atur- The I - I Cross hcadquat tcrh In alloling liff i nt chaptcts h cei tnin quota of woik, and tin' IMdy County luiptrr has recently receiv ed ltd quota tor Juiv and Angiod. Tlit. ladies of thi' chapter have It ' ll t tin sted to i rk m,.I Ki nd to li-aliimi ler by S- t "in l-r. .list oil; lit hundred and foil) sen pp.lt of socks, on hundred and fifty-one sweaters, mid numbers of refugee gar...

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 July 1918

VQMl I VOI 2, NO. W. CAItl.SllAl), XCW MEXICO, UIDNDSI) Y, Jl l,Y 21, 101. 3.00 Year. 60c. Month. f. CVPy, iHnjffli Reserves IFai to Check Affies Htae Uy Associated 1'reaa. )eplte effort of the (.etinan to bring up their rrnrnw nml stabilize their line, on each side of the ftjillmt from rWthuMHtn C llhelin. the Alllei art) (tret-dmr forward In the vlUl sector". nnl partlcalarlr itti of HoIsmoiim, near llhelm. lUlny Heather Iia slowed tin fighting Mwffii KoInmoti and Ithelm. however, and ha probably retarded the tiernuui rettrentent from the ha In which the fi-mtti I'Hnee' forces were caught by Germany Makes Peace Suggestion By Associated Press. Aintotilni. ' July 2 I. 42ettiiAtiy suggested m Mnee conference to HMtln, hm)h tlte "Vorwuert , of lleilln. The Miggcktlon Included i major irMMitiMiM. mm follow: 1. 4i'ertnuiy unl no Annexa tion or Indemnities. 2. In the went the peace treat- le- of Itiittlrt and Itmnnnlu may iwte Ih- iieMloncd. :l. The principle, of the Mlf-de-teim hint Jon...

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 July 1918

TSEvcningCurrcnt S. L. rerry. Editor and Mgr. Entered as second tliu matter April 1, 1917. at the post office at -Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of Mrrh 3. 1879. Publlahed daily, Sundays excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Co. Member of The Ansorlateo! Pre. The Associated Press la exrluslvn 1y entitled to the use for republica tion of all news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited In thla paper and also the loral news published herein. If our soldier boys deliberated a long over doing their duty as aoine of. our people .t home hesitate over doing theirs, the victory would be doubtful. Our nation nerds patriotism without Invitation. Iluy United States Government eecurltlea. Indltldual lleNinMlblllty. Thla war la to be won not by one man or one thousand men or one million men, or one million people. It la to be won by the united efforta of the Individuals Of many nations. Kvery American rltlten has an Individual duty to perform, an In dividual share of the responsibi...

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 July 1918

mm evt.nino vvnrsixt, Wednesday, july si. 1019. V 1 LOCAL NEWS S y, 11, Denton registered at th Rlghtway from Dallas Tuesday. ' K. A. Cochran spent a coupl of days In town from his ranch this week. MUST CALLED. All men of Class On In the Selective draft have heen ordered to appear for physical eiamlnatlon the 2fth of July. There are about eighteen men In that class. In the entire county. 0:een McComb. the well known atockma.n. Is visiting- the Beautiful from his ranch today. A. L. Farnsworth came down from Roswell yerterday and left for the ranch this morning. . If. Ws.ke.-of Anna. Texas. Is a recent arrival In town and will locate here, having accured em ' ployment. It. C. Iow, district attorney, loft i vfor Artesla this morning to try a Ci'ouple of cases In Justice court r there today. Carlsbad, July 24. To-night fair; Thursday generally fair ex. cept showers north portion; cooler esst portion. i -Oeorg McCollaum left this morning on the mall car for Queen after spending sereral d...

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 July 1918

FRESH BARBECUE J:l)(ilN.M(l TOMOKROW MOIt. IXfi, TIIK 13TII, We will make Fresh Ilarbccue every day from good, fn-sh, hornet killed meat. We will not guaran tee delivery In time for dinner, only for ordain that me In by JO o'clock. Our Mm Ix'ciM' need no recom me mixtion, a II I well known to be the best and niont thorourhly cooked meat attainable. MODEL MARKET AND BAKERY Phone 82. l"ar! MAthemm In Carhbad. Karl Matheson came In from an flcgo la.it night on furlough a ad will be in Carlsbad until the first week In August. Earl haa been a member of the training station band, but haa lately changci his rate and qualified as machinist's mate. He haa to report back to Snn Diego when hla leave of ab- isence haa expired, and -will then I be tent to Columbia University, where be will receive Instruction. Kail looks In fine trim and says he enjoys his life in the Navy very much. u. h. ii as tiTitovi:i i.i:. ror.. TV MtOJF.CT. I'eit of Ibeite I'.etwceit f'erlilMtil juwl lovlngton TruiieINju ...

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 July 1918

Hie VOfi. 2, NO. t. Alll.SllAD. MiW MUXITO.'Tlll'ltKMI.lY, Jl'lA' SW, ItM. .YMJ Year, 0M Month, 5c. Cof. nrnninli "nrrrMnr "in nTilnrinnMi bLKIViAlU ULrmoL lo oIUpdUKIv 1 i i N. hlllMUlINi; I IIIKI) O.N UY mistakij. By Apaoclated Frews. Penperate AkMIdk noith of the Marne continue. In a renewed attack Hermans were driven out of their position this morning. Klae whete along the line there ha been a heavy bombardment, but no In fantry fighting la reported. As the day'a heavy flghtlnK continued, It la IncreanlnKly apparent that the German retirement la well under way. Thl wlthdrawul is appar ently being rondticted In an order y manner, and la being continued by auch rear guard artlona aa Hint at Tieloup ""and Chaliic. Along the line from JaulKonne north went to Ollchy I.e Chateau, Junt north of Ourcq or eevn furth er, the Alllea have pressed ahead and pained three mile lnce last Thursday. All lex AImmH to Take Terminal oT II mi TraitMMtMllon l.lne. iy Ataoclated Preas. French Headquart...

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 July 1918

EvcningCun'cnt 8. U Perry, Editor and Mgr. Entered at second class matter April IS. 1917, at the post office at, Carlabad, New Meiico, under tha' Act or March 3, 1879. Published . dally, Sundays excepted, by the' Carlsbad Printing Co. Member of The Asnociated Press. Tha Assoclsted Press Is exclusive- nonesnontlsls go; make sacrlflrei! How little and Inconsequent they are compared with the arrest pur pose they help attaint How welt worth making they will appear when our troops tome homo vic torious victorious by their own courage and ability, backed by the unselfish whole-hearted support of their Nation. IIOYB AN'I GI11I.H CLfliA. Man Power. We read much of ma a power 'ne days; human power lr a bet ly entitled to the use for republlca-'!fr rm' because It emphasises tlon of all news dispatches credited Y,e ftct tn1 the women and chll to It or not otherwise credited In , rn con"ltt Kreat factor thla paper and also the local news ,,,e wr' ,n tn fln' victory published herein. Vfry man. w...

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 July 1918

this KvzcMxn curtnarrr. tiiuiwddat, jult jw, , LOCAL NEWS T. Hlnson, of the D ranch is reg Ittered at the I'alace since yesterday.' Mrs. Cob Wllllama la registered at a local hotel from Nadlne, New Mexico. Geo. 8. Iowner of Albuquerquv la la town, stopping at the Craw ford hotel. Mra. T. A. Eiell 1K on the train thla morning for her home at Mont Clair, Texaa. J. II. Know, right of way agent for the Hanta Fe llnea, la a Carls bad visitor. J lr. Glaxler baa returned from lis flying trip to El Paso, getting In last night. II. Hardin and .wife, of Knowlea, are in town today from their home, business visitors. 4 Carlsbad. N. M., July 25. Showers tonight or Friday; cooler J southeast portion. .V. ? u. . K. uarr, me arcniien, w Itoswell, waa a business visitor to the Beautiful, Wednesday. KOIl IlHNTi Five-room house, In La Huerta; 15.00 per month. C. A. NE1.SON. It. J. Kldrldge of Kansas City. M. U. Summers and R. 8. Elliott or Roswell form a party at the Crawford- Mr. and Mra. Nat Roberta...

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 July 1918

i rn&ii . 0ammy tljaiip A Smuihc "mt fUc (Dedicated to the goldlers and XaJlon of the U. 8. A.) My car of ANTHRACITE COAL will arrive in a few days and all who have not placed their order will be wise to at Word and Music by .Margaret II. Wright Save- a smoke for Fammy, Semi It or the sea. In the sodden trenches. He fights for you and me. Lay rslde your briar-wood And that good old meerschaum. Have a smoke for Sammy, lle'a keeping you from harm. CHOUL'S Hute a smoke for Sammy, He needs one ev'ry day, llemember our Jack lex, Hrae lads of U. H. A. Whet 'the d(tjr la over, lie mire you don't forget, Have a smoke for Sammy When you roll that cigarette. Sailor lad and Samni,, We're proud of you to-day,-See here are the makings For good old U. 8. A. There'll be smokea A-plenty, Whllo you light for Liberty, For here's a smoke for Jmkle, Sammy, have n smoke on ine. They hae gone from (Jeoricle, And from Tennessee, New Mexleo and Texas, To tight for Liberty. . From each state and firesid...

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 July 1918

re . Mm vMMm VOl 2, NO. 00. CAItLSHA'l), NKW MCXICO. Fill DAY, Jl'LY 2WJ, 10l. VA.0O Year, COc. Month, fic. Copy. Ssiii toft JMr'rrPktfs -o a -O O' -o o off G Army Oiilchy Le .Chauteau- Falls -Before Allies Was Pivot of Hun Retreat; Villemon terre Captured By Franco -Amercians My Associated rress. l'rU. Julv 4Jeimana have 1 reinforced their right flunk of the HolMoiiiIlheiin ' KM'krt, miyt the "! l.ltM'rt' with a new nnny commanded by f leneral Von I'Aten which ha len placed between the arml of deneral Von Hutler and Oeneral Von llochu. By Associated 1'rrss. with fiu:n ii fhoxt, jily cj. tim: i:tiui: oliiman ios itio.v within Tin: maiim: HALIKNT IS KIXTI THAT IT MAY FA M AT ANY MOMliXT AS A IIKHVLT OF A.HIIAltl FOHWAIID MOVI3 MAD I' ' 11Y TIIK ALLIF.H AT HO.MK VITAL POINT. IT IS FOIt THIfl ItKAHO.N THAT UKUMAX CX)MMAM)FHS iiavh oiui:iti:n TiiKiu inni) riti:s.H. i:d mi:n to. hold on at all ' costs whim: a dicfknhivi: position is iiKi.Nd riu:rui:i) , VION WHICH TUB OF KM AN AIIMILM CA...

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 July 1918

SAV F Ri HON EY BUY WAR SAVING STAMPS WITH WHAT YOU SAVE ON A PUR CHASE OF ONE OP OUR MaiTc D vut;ii o y aiiaiiiao i AND . Straw Hats BEGINNING SATURDAY WE WILL SELL OUR STOCK AT COMPLETE 3 PRICE oyce ID U pears begun; early peaches mostly picked and shipped; cantaloupe 'shipment, beginning and roo1 crop 'assured; vines free from disease. Alfalfa doing well. Late forne i ..ill 1 i I .1 . , t. . . roin minvti: mi: rnooiuM. 1)0 "We Want Your Trade." LQL2ra N fid Hi aw a aW I Subject: "The Meaning of Amer ica" (Continued). For week beginning Tuesday. erons still bcln planted on wheat July 23rd, 1918: land. Crops generally dolnir well, i Mr. V. 8. Mlnter, Friday night, I Kl Paso: Moderate reins during 'July 26th; 'the week. Coin making excellent I Professor W. A. Poore, 8atur- N; growth, and ranges ate showing oay nigni, juiy (in, ( t.i a Intnrni AlilAnt Atl I It If In Ihft I MM-ki ; rains. Truck crops are excellent. I Subject: Mobilizing America's land fruits abundant; rp.rly peaches, ...

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. — 26 July 1918

TIIM EVENING CUIIRR.VT, I'ltlDAY, JULY 2o 101K u la) in nil C3 A THRILLING EPISODE .or... W erfl) FATTY ARBUCKLE I N THE BUTCHER BOY VICTOR MOORE Nlnetee n-on-hundredtha af an Inrh or rain fell in Carlsbad last nlcht. hut a good, old-fashioned downpour hlcsKcd the lower val ley. Carlsbad folk, however, are thankful for the rain which fell thin week, even tho' it did not amount to an Inch. We hope for more and that very noon. There has been no rain at Aralon or Mc Millan. aJtho light ratna are re norfed nlonc the Penasco. and a heavy rain or hall was Indicated j hv Ifio rlnuil cant nf hero Iflut I lilKht. j I'nt Mlddlcton, wife and children tajiie in last night from Skull VaJ- ley, Arizona, and will be In CSiU- ; bad and vicinity for about three! week. They are at the Mullnne place, west of town, today, but are likely to fro to Queen almost any time. At the time of their removal to Arizona, they stored their household goods, but now that they are settled In their new home, will make ...

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 July 1918

. t' K it -.tif RRMEVR i PTT&T7 TTTT u mm . 4 FOR WEEK LADIES MID- I NEW PRETTY I COAT SUITS -SUMMER HATS DRESSES SILK, SERGE, ETC. IN SILKS, CREPES " EACH DAY BRINGS FORTH SOMETHING NEW Gome Often and Keep in Touch With the New Things That Arrive WE DELIGHT IN SHOWING OUR GOODS 4 Pe LL a is r ompamy "WHERE THINGS ARE NEW" utile i" i !' " 'it! v n ,t .1' "1 'I I, I H ' ,rM r,.,..,- PASO i.l ITHMH. U.t I la In l Three War-, i"l , (Jiiihn nod Crop TrM'is ! Cheering New from ! July 2:J. 1 9 1 Will Magby earn P 'rom arlv bu.1 lant week to Pe how every thing was on his ranch near lle tJup. He found everything ho r.iv nre.hle that he ! golnn to move hl fuinllv buck In nbovit ten days. The vain tli.it wo are having now will bring luk nil of tho eld timer. T. 0. Love nnd rninlly. a heep ihh) Kitn.t niiin from Carlnbad, made a vUlt to the dap and Iclntty. II was looking for n ranch. Ho wai Mi'Mv pleaded when b huw tho lino i:iuim nnd water thnt wn have now. To lonk at tho mountain It loo...

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 July 1918

lie Eveitos CttirreM VOL. 2, NO. 02. CARLSIIAD, XKW MEXICO, MOMMY, JULY 20, 1018. 3.0 Year, 60c. Month, 6c. Copy. c rackEkvanaio Jl.roop streak o o- -o o- Americans and French More Than Match for Picked Fighters from Hun Army; Enemy Pushed Across Oiircq fly AnKoclpied Tress. North of the Mnri the tide of the (German Jnvanion In fant ebbing. The fact Hint A general ret rent In tliU region N going on In ot o,iietloiel, Mini the- only Mtint of Uie moment to lie cleared regarding the ;r nivalin I the position' at which the enemy u 111 turn at bay. Since Saturday there ha h-en important changes In the battle line running from Solsnons and Khelms. Toting it runs almon dl ectly cant from Ollchy Le Chateau to Fere en Tardenoln, then li cronnes over the Ourcq ' river an. I continue cant ward until it teaches the Pormans-Hhelnis road, north of the Ithelma mountain. Dy Associated Press. ondon,July 20. The tinman retreat eonllnuen along t lie whole line, Midi the; Allien rloM-ly pu fat ing, acc...

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 July 1918

I OAI! FLOORING hi: ii.iyk a caw load of oak nxmiu 3-8 Inch at $50.00 per M. 6-8 Inch at 180.00 per M. Cover that pine floor with OAK. The material for a room .16x11 cost only $17. SO. THE Groves Lumber Co. C. M. Hlchards, Owner, PHONE (91 0,17l!lVO imM4 Or' PINTO IlKANH HfUITI n ritosi ftTUUU.N'T Ml 11. 4, m:w mkxiuo. j THAT COLO KNIFE SURE CAME HANDY Henry Johnson, Colored Soldier, Split a Lot of Hun Skulls With the Weapon. WAS ADOPTED FROM M0R03 War Department Now Itsuss tha Ter rible Cleaver to Soma of Our i. Troops, and the Germans V Don't Like It at Alt Washington!-- year a to Henry .Johnaon, colored clttsen of Albany, W. Y was peddling Ice, coal and wood conJrt'j' urirjr. Today Henry .'ohmou, jTeoilller of the United Blah-, ja wejrlii the coveted French war ' crous with paliua, because h proved himself a brave ruan, and becaue at the critical moment lie got hie hands rThaa told of Jlenry'a ex plolt hnw ou ulght duty with a com panion la en American Unit ttlnjc post be "took o...

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