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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 29 July 1918

( rim i:v:MKfi cvnrc::vr. momjav, 4Vh at,. ib. LOCAL NEWS J T. J Stener, J. P.. of Artesia, wta dawn ' from there over Hun dsy. , T. and D. F. Walters of Ar tesl. were over 8unday visitors In Carlsbad. . Will Howell la In from the TX ranch west ot Lakewood, coming Sunday evening. A. M. Cobb of Lake Arthur, war a business visitor to Carlsbad the first of the week. , Wilkes Roberts ia la from hla ranch today transacting business of varlou kinds. W. Snyder and A. McNeill spent Sunday In Carlsbad from their homes In Lakewood. Mrs. J. T. Beach, of Wack river. Is In town today Tlaltlng with friends and shopping. Jack Oalther and Dudley Welch were registered at a local hotel orer Sunday from Monument. uiu rtole Roberts of Lovlngton came In from there and ts visiting N with Miss Mildred Tate for a few . days. . Dr.. I" II. Pat Is expected In thu afternoon or evening from " a . fot-tatchl'a atar lo .Demlng., New Meilco. .. V .! Chaa. Weir and wife, ILM'rdln 'and wife and Mrs; Bob WlUUme wake...

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 July 1918

To Laundry Customers n rroiM or mi: itisiii immhiy iiayinu i iom ii ih u; u: a itiiluim; ami niihtimj i.Ai .Miitv momuvs M) vi:im:s)Ays to im:,iu)s i.u MiitY ami vi: (a itNTi i; rin: nimns in intsr class tosiiiriov of all Mrriii:s siiXT Tin iti:. t in; finch i rin: lowkkt ami tiiu woiik im; i;i,i,i:n. iiavk 'voi h l.uniuiy ici: iv wiikx xk CALL. voi iih foum:iiyi k, H M IUmnI Mie ('allien. L'arly Monday morning thing be gan to take definite shape when tli youDK ladles, most of thin high school puplln, began to butten hole the men folks and make a plea for the bond. No man can resist a perreetly handsome young lady ao the bond lsue carried. Some : few tax payer were oppocd to th : bond lue and at flint nought to put up a fight, but after seeing the , lender on the other Hide, took down their sign and fted. The Insue waa for H2.000.oo ana carried ny a majority or sfi to Ifi. lit waa thot by a numbed of men who were sup- , .jposed to know that now would be 'the wrong time to build but ...

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. — 30 July 1918

VOL. 2, NO. 03. CAItLKHAD. NKW MEXICO, TFLKOAY, JtLY .. 10IM. M.tMl Year, COc. Month, fle. Copy. pa f IT3 in! iv m r n JV j c5 -o o- o- o- Sea " t t 9 i Allied Lines Hold Everywhero-Sammies Credited with Gains By Associated Treis. German have thrown nearly a million mew Into the fclgajitlc lit tle between MoIsmohm and llhelm and are vllouty wnmter-attackljiig nil mmml the circular line front HoImwhm to Hhelm. Kvrn this formidable force, however, appears to have made twi more than dent or two In the All leu front. In the IftteM effort, while At varl- ttum points pntgreMN for the AIM Is slight. It In Important, ny re I tort. Itegardlng the strength of the tierman fort-en, unorfirUI advice slate thnt there are 71 Teut4mte division engaged In tht struggle. Su If the unit reUtlnng the Al lien north of the Marne have Imvu kept M tn the standard, there are n.Vi.AOO men trying to hold the line .until the situation 1 relieved. f)f the division ten were drawn from frown Prince lluppecht's arm...

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. — 30 July 1918

STl CT V i VI TJ TC1 V3 TCTTa i Kl'NKUAL OF MICH. IWUIj it ami".. i U I. S i l CO Inn V ' - . A .1 T -- LnU MrrnlMli appearing with Srpt. Arthur Ctiv Emjwy in YiUgrapiYa roaster production, UcT t!ic 'fop AWFO Saturday, Aug. 3rd. RAIN OR SHINE PDIPFC ADULTS 50c. rniVj.Ca - - - CHILDREN, under 12 25c. The funeral services over the re mains of Mrs. I'atil Ilamus were I held this morning at the Christian church at 10:30. They were In (Charge or Uev. !. F. 'Sellards and, ! while brief, were touching In the extreme. A qne.rtette choir, the member of which were old frlenda of the i deceased furnished the music, Mil , Sellarda at the piano. The sing ers were Mesdames Purdy, Ilum I ' hiich, Prlckctt and Itennler and (the hymns were "Hock of Area," ."Somewhere".' Sister. Thou Wert ' Mild and Lovely" and "Asleep In ' Jesus." I Keverend Sellards read the fot- N lowlna obituary: "Ktta M?y Crowder waa horn at T1 1 Lookout. New Mexico. May 30th, F lSf2; died at Santa IMta. New W i Mexico, July 27t...

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. — 30 July 1918

THK LvTiMNfi Ct'RItRNT, TUF.SPAY, JULY ,10, 101. J -A f LOCAL NEWS Miss Ruby Saunders, of Roswell, Is a. guest at the George M. Cooke home, coming yesterday. Captain H. I. Saunders It a Carlsbad visitor, today coming to hfa car from Roswell Monday.. Mlas Frances Seay ia a guest at the home of .her, kins woman, Mra. L. K. Merchant, In La- Huerta. Patronize home products Help win the war. Catlshad Light tc Tower Co Mra. Claude Fan Is Is on the sick list and has been absent from duty at the Joyce-Prult store. for some days. John l'lowm.n and Madam Flow man, Mrs. J. L. Williams, Mr. and Mra. J. C. Queen are upfr om Malaga today. Dr. L. H. Pate, examining physl clan on the Selective draft board, came home yesterday from his trip to Deming, New Mexico. George Slaughter came down In his car from Roswell yesterday and may remain a few days, the guest of friends In the Heautlhil. Miss Jane MrClane, of Roswell, Is an anticipated guest at the home of Mlssea Lllxabcth und Katherlne Purdy on Ala...

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. — 30 July 1918

SMILE AS THEY GO INTO DATTLE Spirit of American Soldiers In France Described by Red Cross Worker. CHEERFUL AliD CONFIDENT lach ttlevet If He Doesn't Gtt Into Action on Time Fight Will B Lost What American Wonv cn Art Doing. Honth Itcnd, Ind.-Kathryn Carlisle, daughter of Charles A. CHrtMe of this city. Iihn been in Prance for a long tltni doing Itfd Cross work. Fhe has written n most 1nfrrtlnai and tlirllllnjc letter to tirr trntn, n Utter tttnt ahouh' Stimulate Him I Croud work throughout i world ami give to our holillrr In the trcuthc. on the flr Ing llnrx end In ramp, their mother a, later, sweetheats and friends at home frfxli hojie and assurance that the Ahierlcsn women ere doing mag nificent work In their behalf. Here la what MU KHthryn snya: I wlh everyone at home, purlieu larly the loved ones of our flithtlng Men, could see "our hoys" as they go Into hnttle. If the rul-t moment of life and the grHiideajti Olit how brav and splendid they arc, with a amlle on their lip. "Hood ...

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. — 31 July 1918

C CAIlLMiAD. MV MUX ICO. WKDMiSDAY, JFLY,H. 11H. W.K Year, 0c. Month. 6c. Cj. VOU 2, NO. 91. POS ON STILL, i PANG HUN OFFICIAL 'DROPS FROM MOV ASSASSiNATEDING AIRSHIP; LIVES Tlj Associated rreu. Despite the tremendous efforts by the Oermans to check the pres sure exerted by the Allien north of the Oureq liver today finds the Herman positions there In very grave danger. French. Ilrltlsh and Americana are flchtlnc their way forward east of Fere-en-Ta.rdenola and seem to be In a portion to compel a morw hurried retreat of the enemy from floneheres and PL tiemme, which la at the extreme bottom of the ml lent between Solsson and lthelms. The Allied llnea run south of tfolssons io tlrand Kooy and then cant. It passes Just north of Fere-cn-Ti.rdcnols and continues to the apex of a new wedj:e at Neatle, where It turns sharply south toward Uoncheres. . All around the salient has been a continuous battle for two days, the Germans launching repeated counters. This he failed and the Allies have...

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. — 31 July 1918

ThiEveningCurrent 8. I. Perry, Editor and Mgr. Entered ah second class matter Aptil 16. 1917. at the post office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March 3 1879. Published daily. .Sunday excepted, by the Carlsbad Printluft Co. lemler of The Associated Pres. The Associated Press is exclusive ly entitled to the lino for publica tion of nil newB dlsputches credited to it or not otherwise credited In thin paper and also t .e local news published herein. tiiij yy.w m:uit i-oliiicai, fot. r.i, imho fj.r iti.ms. Santa Fe. N. M.. Jul) 30. The republican hove, held un Informal pow-wow and gone home. Juki what whs done Ih not known, but the only one of the lot to refuse to talk Mute politic and ticket was Senator Fall! who seems to Mill retain n fp.lnt hope t ! h I be will not be the nominee. He con tented himself by snjlng to the newspaper men that be would con tinue to vote for all war meRNtire expected to hurry the end ofthe war Id our favor, and would con tinue to Insist that the p...

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. — 31 July 1918

TIIK EVKNI.NO CURAENT. WEDNESDAY, JEEY HI, l&IA. y LOCAL NEWS C. M. Klchania wa. registered at Ollkeson hotel, In Itoswell, Mon day, ot thla week. It. n. Fry, of Lovlngton,. regis tered at a local hotel yesterday and la utlll In town thla morning. Patronize home product. Help win the war. Carlsbad Light It l'ower Co. I. . M. Martin. Ited Oak, Texas, waa registered at the Springs hotel last night, leaving for polnta north thla morning. John O. McKeen and Ounter, hla aon. returned to their home at MoJaga. thla mornfng. having been In town since Sunday. i II. V. Tlnton and D. It. Ilarkey were Wintered at the Gllkeson hotel, Itoswell, Monday, business! vlsitora to that City. Ilen Christmas Is In town thla morning, coming from hla home In the jtalns country a.nd reenter ing at the llightway. V Etcheverry, the goat man. waa a visitor to Carlsbad Tuesday look ing after buslneaa connected with hla flock and purchasing various r.nch auppllea while In town. (J. V. Price came up from nla h...

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. — 31 July 1918

trtHtGrttir61ttttttttlr6ni1rttOtrtrtrtrtrtrtrlrfi FINDS LATEST VARIETY OF $ CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTOR 3 jj Chicago. Chicago has p ro ll riuced Hi hit-'! variety i f - sclent lotis objector, nun, n a rotdt, Ji lut 'J i h r probuMy will net si rve I'ru ! Kmn oversea. John, wlin IiihI I n n culled for service, walked Into n court room here iiikI confessed id 1 ti hcxr.ling wore t tui ii flMND from Mm employer dining ll In two years. II mild he i.hjct l ! to going to the army with a ll.uk mnrk ngalnM Mm o ! con fessed. I ! lit Id for the grand Jury. BLUE GOWNS ARE BUSY Restoring Maimed Soldiers to Trades, Their Job. "Reconstruction Aids Coax Watted Musclts Back to Their Nor. mal State. Washington. Teachers, nurse and healers ton, are tbe "Itlup Howes' of the army medical corps, ni work now In the hospitals of tli Unit ! Statin and "over, there." , Ilc oust ruction aid J tin Ir nrllclal name, tut the cheery hue of their dis tinctive iinlfonu already has won a handler name for thr special co...

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 August 1918

JlEie VCI. , SO. 03. CAKIjHHAD, SCW MKXIOO. THl USD y, At M ST I, 1MM. 3UO Vear, 6tk. Month. V. Copy. im CD -o o- -o o- o -o o- n n n n n sz EI 01 If i n 1 - li3 ISmOMS Front, Hy Associated Pre. American and French troop have begun a turning movement which, if suecerul, will compel a (icrmaii retirement ner a wide sector east f Feie-en-Tardenola, at the center of the KolsHons-Uheims s.-tJient They have attacked over a front of ocr three miles on each id of the Xees apex of the Al lied wedite north of the Ourrq. The greutct adtanca wan toward the eat where Americana have paed on some ditance from the town of Sery Jd een approached Chamery. Although the announced pur pone of the attack waa to straighten the line, thin ia really secondary to outrianklng the Oer mana on the outhward. The enemy la holding strong poaltlon at Honchcre and St. (jeinme. where this line still ia les tha.n ne miles from the Marne, and a continuation of the advance be tween XeleB and Clergea would force him to ...

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 August 1918

ThiEveningCurrent K. I.. J '-r i . Lditor and Mgr. L'utered a second rlasa matter April 16, J ft 1 7. at the pout office at Cailbd, New Mexico, under the, Art or Match 2. 1879. Tubllshid dally, Suri'tVf exc. ptd, by the Cailsbad l'i intlng to, CAPTURES COUSIN IN RAID MmiiImt of Hie .k httrd Tret. Tit Associated Tic is 'k(liisrf ly entitled to the use for lepuMlca- tlon or b 1 1 ilUp it Ii h credited to It or riot (th-iM- cndit'd In this paper hikI ul -o (Im- local newt published heteln. Oners! liiiinr. Ciililiiti In the Twelfth I cleml lliMiic IHtiiit. August i. ifm. Iteceot weather conditions, com bined with tisitsiully heavy damage by Insect, liaie Immi unfavorable to the proper d'M opiu-nt of the main crops. The government im port of July 11 gives the following cstime.te of grain production for the district; 1 'J 1 H 1917 What f I u. HO.77h.mhi "o.vo.ooo Itatle) (hill.. Gl.Ho. OH &7.H64.00O OaU ihtii ... 42.n77.onn 4..ou7,0oo JCy (ho.l ... !7l.0oo &Ho.M)o Com (hill ... 7....

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 August 1918

TUB KVENINO CURRENT. TltUIWDAY, At'dt'MT I, LOCAL NEWS R. T. Oipson In re glstered from Ms ranch Wednesday slopping at the Palace hotel. Mrs. P. A. Wright is spending the day Is Loving, going down on the morning train. I)ont forget the Red Cross Ire cream supper and musical to be held at Loving tonight. Mrs. I.ee Hanson a.nd baby are at home from a visit with their people at IUk Springs, Texas. Ilaptist ladies' auxiliary will meet at their rhnrrh this afternoon at 3 o'clock in regular business session. Wes.ther forecast for today Is generally fair tonight and probably Friday; not much change In tern perature. W, O. Howell came down Wed nesday from his ranch near Lake wood and was an over night visit or In the Beautiful. Ora Nymeyer, who resides In the j lower vaJley, came up fiom there' last night and is transacting bus-' loess in town today. Mrs. ft. M. Odom and baby of Attest were over night visitors at the Palace, leaving on the morning train for points north. Will Merchant lert ...

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 August 1918

MAPPIST MONASTERY KAISER VAIITS SPARED fey" r v ... r - . ;v An lnleretliig development lu connection with t b hostile shelling of the territory around XI. .nt dea Cut. In the Keutmel region, where the famous Trapplat monastery Is located, l the fact that the derman have been bom barding tliin McinlMh elevation heavily nod the monks' hnmr hue tern badly damaged. . The Oerman emperor recently wrote a letter to Ms commander In that area asking thiit Mont ) Cat be nreil bemie tbe aped rlrr of the uonaaterv wn th tmly lUIng eriKii who knew where the emperor's relative, Trtm-e llai of HiiMe, had h-n burleil after his death Id the monastery ta Cktober, 15H. The prince was attached to the ravalry which occupied Mont tfea Ct after the outbreak of th war. In an enm lament with ItrltUh cavalry, Prince Mai was mortally wounded and wa taken to the monaatvry. While he was belnf nursed by the monk hli comrades were driven from the hill by the Krltlsb, who ocm tled It. The irlm' tiled and was burl...

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 August 1918

Cnnrveiifc me TOI 2, Ml. tM. CAItl.SllAD. NKW MK.XICO. I IUDAY, .1 CJlST 2. HUM. f.YlMi Year. tJUr. Month. .V. tpy Wietoipy to0 MM ,)- o o o- o o- HUN ARMIES ICNOGKED B7H2K IN MIGHTY BLOW EvQHlBBUg Big Allies Make Important Gains: May Be Turning Point of War Crushing in the German lines north of the Oureq river, the Allies on Thursday carried their front northeast from positions between Hartenncns and Fere-e n-Tardonois. The exact location of the new lines is not given, but it is said the Allies established themselves on the high ridges between the Ourcq and Aisne riv ers and dominate the whole western action of the battle area. An attack over a five mile front has penetrated three miles. It is report ed the Allies are within five miles of Basouchep which is an important German railroad center on the Vest. lo-neral llilliim nl nf l.'nem.t. M AxMnt'liitcil 'i . , h, (n tin1 Fifin'i riuiit In Finnee, Antiixt 2.- 12 Won. The lJt 1 1 ! front uoith of tin M.t-r.o M'hmIwiI apinred I In- e...

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 August 1918

Pom' k A ave To "Blue Monday". You waste your health, two days time, work as hard as a galley slave and if you will compare your wash-day costs with our price list you will find that you have not saved a cent. When your laundry is returned to you, be sure that it's clean Clean through and Through Not that it merely looks clean, but that it's sanitarily clean there's a dif ference when it is done up by a steam laundry. - -w:rTr,"::';vi'. Our faultless work and reasonable prices, together with our delivery service, is something you will appreciate when you have once tried it. -Phone 29 and our wagon will call for your laundry. Our baskets are shipped Mondays and Wednesdays. ..:t.zrii 'L M. KeBmedy Agent RtOSWclI Steam Laundry. DON'T Slow Up Advertising NOW! Never has there been a time when the public has looked more keenly for MERCHANDISING NEWS than now. Never has there been a time more auspicious for the enter prising tradesman to secure HIS FULL SHARE OF TRADE than now. People must...

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. — 2 August 1918

TfffC KVF.5IMN CUI1KKNT. IIUDAY. A I'm 'NT 2, 101. LOCAL NEWS H. from L. Iloyd has the rnnch for been In lown several days. W. P. Unbelts 6 Par ranch were for several days. and wife of the Carlsbad visitors 1'OU H.M.V, CHEAP: Orand Up right KICHMOND Tlano, practically New. Address, Post Office Hoi 102, Lakewood, New Mexico. There will be Sunday school fol lowed ly morning prayer wid ser mon at timer church Sunday morning. I'OK HALEs IJelglan Hares; special sale for one dollar and up ward, on account of lack of spnee. I'ost office Ilox 41. Phone 168. MILS M. A. O If N KM US. Iwld pd Mr. and Mrs. Will Fenton arriv ed In town today In time to see the airplane. Mrs. Fenton Is not ed for not missing anything. Mrs. Claude Kuril, who has teen confined to her bed for over a week past, at her home on Main atrcet. Is reported some better today. II. M. Chlleoat I assisting At the post office this week while Tom Hill Is taking his annual vacation. Ilobert Kellahln, Insurance ad Justor, who was ...

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 August 1918

FRESH FROM THE EASTERN MARKET Pretty Things for T2SESI . "SmM mm a. n n n Lariy rail weap ! America a An Insurance against 'the erer preaent danger of harvest failure, and the possible neresslty for larjre and emerRency draft to Europe,' "We cannot p.dmlnlster the food problem on the haul of one year's war. We inut prepare for It long continuance, If we are to Insure ahaolufe victory." "ELY". tiii: KAisKirs i ltim vh m. Ladies Dress and Street Hats Ladies Coats, Coat Suits and Dresses Piece Goods in Novelty and Plain Patterns Bear in mind we are leaders and want you to make our store your down town home eoples Mercantile Company "WHERE THINGS AHE NEW BMUB9B23B J Cott, Cott, dear (iott, attentions, blewie. Your hnrdner Vilheim'a heir, I'ml has a word or two to nay, Inndo our brlvate car; So ihiin nvay all odder now 1'nd liten veil to ni', Far vat I nay concern me much, Melnnclf und Sherina.ny. Yon k'tow, dear Cott, I vaa vonr frlendt, 1'nd from ineln hour of birth I quietly let You r...

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 August 1918

HBne Evening Cnrrent VOL. 2, NO. 07. ci:i,Mt i:v .Mi:ico, hutiihav, ak.ist ;i, hum. J".iH( Year, (iOc. MoMh. ft. Copy. Essoins Captained! from Enemy 3 lly Associated Press. Tli Huht wluu of tlif (iennaii armies Nniilli of the Alsne iHaf to lint i-1 utiihle) up before the ittUr kof the. Allies. Tlit occupy lug uf KoIhhoiih MtMiri'iill)' Is ! jr i small Incident In the k'hihI scheme Hint l being vvorkel out ljr Allle! commander. I'mm three aide the Allle have swept on along the south hank of the Alxne as fur hm Vint1! imI h'I along the MreMin tk Mil(Unii tohlrli Hill facilitate their crossing should that Ih Hit Intent loin or the gmtem!) directing the offensive. Allies Capture Holssons. JJy Associated Press. Loudon, AiiKiisf 3. Hermans are rontlnuinK loot I retirement on the fjl dank of the Anrre. In the re irlon of Albert on a front of three or four miles, alonK the main bat tie front from Solssons to Ithclms. Tli r'wuh, Hftrr complet ing Hi h riiMtlou of Hols- Mtt, little N'(-Upi44 ...

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 August 1918

TTiEvcningCurrcnt S. L. Perry, .Editor and Mgr. Entered a second class matter April 1 f, 1917. (ti post ofMce at Cailsh-td, New Mexico, under the Art of Maich , ''7!. Published dally, Sundays excepted, by the Cat Moid Printing (Jo. Member of 'I he .mm luted Press. Th As- ui inl' il Piess is exclusive ly entitled to 1 1 1 usu for republics. tloo of all newa dispatches credited to it or not othetwlsc ci edited In thin paper Hti'l alvo the locnl news published heirln There in no deferred LinmI ica tion In food ( onset stion. We iue nil In Class 1, all in camp, itnd lend)- to to "ocr the top" when we in ii Mt fuither coiikciH', The he) note nt NiMH ton it. We learn from Col. ' Roosevelt's leniMikH at Saratoga and from the (perch en of other leu eminent hut Ho less indent brethren that about nil that In needed to win the war If M Itehiipllcan Con kicks at Wash ington Mild u peneinl Influx of good Rchtiplicitn into State offices, ob serve tlie New Voik World. Had there !cen a Itepuhllcan ...

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