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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 3 August 1918

LOCAL NEWS Jack Clawson, of La k wood, was yti visitor to the cltr yesterday. Carlsbad, N. M August 3 Fair aouth portion tonight and Sunday; not much change In temperature j From the Clovls Journal of Aug ust Int. the Current learna of the marriage at LI Paso, Texaa, of Joseph A. Klaasner p.nd Miss Sue Alley. They were united In mar Hage, Tuesday, July 23, and will he at home to their friend In NKfjito Tim:s to i: aim: ahmy Hi:iU K l)i cAt'fJHT AND fJOKM. f There will be Sunday school fol lowed by morning prayer wid aer mon at Grace church Sunday morning. after July 2 H t h . paitles are well Klassncr being p. II. Shnnnon and Mr. S. T. Itlnghp.ni, of Loving ton, la In town thla morning ahop plnx at our stores und visiting with trends. I I'hoonlx. Arizona, ' The contracting known here Mia. sister of Mra. C. : leitlnu In Carlsbad f re(iiently. j Mr. Klassner wan foreman of ihtldcc and building for thia divis ion of the S.ntH Fe for yeara. May they have many yeara of I happiness and pr...

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 August 1918

-iil.-r TW" m'm - r-fl?" r writ' HP 1 ' FT' jywy 1 A " M - V. A'; H A3. A Uncle Sam Says "Wire Those Houses!" 1 If you have Electric Service but are not making the fullest use of it; if you have Elec trical Appliances that are not being used; if your Equipment is lack ing or the outlets not conveniently placed these things should be remedied at once. WE A HE AT YOUR SERVICE, The Public Utilities Co. mrr 1 u r m WAR WORK REAL TEST OF WORTH Only Pure-Gold Man or Woman Remains. LOCAL NEWS (irnndma Hill, who aulTcrcd muli a ci1ou accident lnwt ThiiiMda.v , docn't necm In i in pi an ought and vciy rw hope aie held ( out iiM to ultimate tecovery. A 1 1 allied II II I M I HHiKllllK III rui I IIU ' fur her, uml cveiy thing 1 being don.1 that run releve her or 111 nil) MH) nilnlxtei In her -oiu foi t . Tin famiUe r W. A. Poore 11 nil i 8. I. Stennl, with Mm. Poor' nmt In r uml MUh Inultellc Smith, had u plcaaiit pirulc Thurnda.y evening lit one of tli man) pIciiMaut place near town. raiTliiK...

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 August 1918

in livening 1 1 CItl-Mll. m:v mkxico. MOMMY, AHIIST 5. Ill IN. voi. a, no. im. :! TimaiMS of- rasomeirs Captordl fey ABiies Olory. ricrman are rrirtiin to an-iime the defNodve on a front trnm Ynre to Ithelm-. WWIe coifrlnu- liiK retirement toward the ANnc, the Jennan have abandoned jfood . defeiiMve oltlon In Plcanly rant of Amlen. .Movement north himI wroth of the Homme are mly local but they Indicate that the tiennan command In awaro of the danger to Allied attack. The Yenle I virtually rleaml of Ccrtnan. Iletween Ithelm ami Solnaon American carried l-'l.me by etorm. Went of Ithcjm the French made. Important Rain, ami French are north o? AlMie, lieyimd Holn mhii. The Allleil advance ha not lieen raphl for the lat fortyelRht hour ami I probably aw alt Inn heavy artillery. French, American ami llrltlh liave captured great qiianlltlea of Ammunition ainl nun. I" P'i I Oeilar- . that when the aKrete pHonerM captured liecome known, it will thrill the Allied world. American alone have 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. — 5 August 1918

ThoEvcningCurrent H. L. Terry, L'dltor and Mgr. Lnteted m second clas matter Apt II l, id 1 7, tit t ho post office al Carlt,vl, New Mexico, under the Act of March 3, 1S79. Published daily, Sunday excepted, by the Ciiilsbad Fiintlm; Co. Member ot I lie vn latcd Pre. Tin A.MK i.iti i I'ifHH Is i xcIiihI v Iv entitled to flii' it s lor icpubllci tlon of all ik uh dl-pati'lii-H credited lo tt or no, otd.iwui. ricdltcd n this pap'M nr ! it . so tin- local new published ln'M in. Mui i;Mhi to Citii. Fioin id.. I ; 1 1 1 ! (I. Ids In France Ihcie conns an unspoken call that Miould find iu answer In every Aimi lean's heart. Tho recent great etents In Kurope, tlio successes of Ario'tlraii hi nut on tin1 held of France should spur every American to ureatcr effort. All of we at homo should not rent on tho lau rel of our soldier In Kurope. Ktcry death on tin' Held of honor In the line of duty and for our eountiy' cium' should ! n cell to im for ctciy saeiifleo nnd every cx eitlon to aid 1 cause...

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 August 1918

TIIM ICVHNIN'J CMIHUNT, MO.Ml.W, AtWST 15, 101. -Ik LOCAL NEWS , Hon. Carl Livingston spent Sat urday In Uonwcll on bunlncnn. i:u. KNOWN i ahmi it u.n aktima imowvs i tiii: VV.il ItlYKIl. Piano for rent. Hemlngton typewriter No. lo for sale. Thone 313. Win. Whatelcy wan registered at the Hlghlway over Sunday, from Hope. lr. W. C. Doss, of 'ArtesU, Is a business visitor to, Cailsbad thin morning. Saturday found tied lied to his Mr. and Mix. Holly llenson are In r i out the lunch today, their first trip lor Home time. Clarence Heed, of Malaga, wan brought to Sisters' s.inlta.t imu for treatment thin moining. T. II. Martin, from Otis section, wan one of the many in town to nee the airplane yesterday. T. A. Wood and Jack . Wil liam, both Ciulsbnd citizen, are in town today. lloswcll NVwh, Friday. The family of Fred Wew.ver were up from their home at Loving Sat urday shopping and visiting with friends. S. J). Stcnnis, Lsq., was a pas acnger south this morning, giving bin destination as l...

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 August 1918

SOLDIER IS HERO OF ALL ITALIANS pmmmmKM' mmtw mni'si winiwrtMlliWMa' RED CROSS HANDLES LETTERS TO GERUMIY r - OAK FLOORING Wi: MAVi: A t'Alt liOAl) or OAK I I.OOlllMJ ", h inrti ill $30.00 r- M. H Inch nt $80.00 Pr M. Chit thai phie Ihmr 1U OXK. Tin- iMiitul.il for a loom Hxl.6 (ntH only $17.30. THE- ' Groves Lumber Co. C. M. Richards, Owner. PHONE 91 RECORD M ADE IN ; deaf mutes make QUIDMIH niMP. IDEAL AIR FIGHTERS Ullii uuiuumuj Successful ExDcriments at Min- cola May Result in Their Be ing Allowed to Enlist. Htrel Cargo Carrier of 12.HM Toim iv itniu in til Wmklnir I In World' llecord. 11 v Annoclated Oakland. Cul.. August 5.- Ilullt In, 24 working day, the Bteel carKO j carrier Invincible, 12,00 tons rap-1 city, wuh launcher In Oakland has-. tor at hlKli noon today, rroiu tho ; Alameda uid of the llethleheni , Shipbuilding (Corporation. Thin la claimed by the yard manager an 1 a world' record. , The speed In construction was : at tlio request of Charles M. i Schwab, head of the...

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 August 1918

vol.. 2, no. oo. CAItlSllAD. MIW MEXICO. Tl INI MY, AIGlHT fl, IfflM. FOGH PREPARING FOR DRIVE ALLIES MARKING TIME WHILE RESERVES ARE BEING RUSHED IN LINE FOR NEW THRUST. received the expedition with cheers, having risen against the Ilolshevtkl, whose resistance Ik weak. Dy Associated Press. Positions along the Rhelms-Kols-ona front are stabilized while the opposing forrea prepare for further movement. Uneasiness aJonc the northern front continues. Crown Prince Itupperht of Itavarla haa conducted another withdrawal, glv In the llrltlsh. territory atonic the Labaju Canal In the apei of the Lya aallent. Small unlta of French and Americana have crowed the Veale at varloua point reconnolter Ing. Flame, which la held by Americana, la a apecla.1 mark of the Herman Kunnera. Americana maintain their positions, however. Activity along the Vesle indicates that Foch la not through with the Crown Prince. It la probable that Foch la waiting for a stronger force before continuing operation. Ameri...

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 August 1918

1 ThcEveningCurrent S. L. Vf-ny, Ldltor and Mgr. hutend an second clans matter April IB. 1017, Ht the post office at Catlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of Ma i cli 3. 1879. Published dally, Sundays excepted, by the CailHutd Cilntlng Co. ey can be cmnpnlgn driven." collected as by by nix on Joint different Li:rn:it i hom walmt vixi.h, M'AY MKXICO. .Member of I ln Tll Al-"ii;ili ly entitled to tlif tlon of .-ill n - to it or not i!iii this paper it ii 1 1 :i published ln-i I in. amm ro. I n- s is x IiihIc iim' foi rrjMililini- dispatclo M Credited rn-dHed In ! the local icwa rnw:n i i. in j:its The following diloil.il Is taken fiotu f I New Yiik 'I" t ll 1 1 it : "liiitintliiit I) alter tin- meat Llhetty loan o"ile in S'pt ''in lf r. nix oi ganl.atlons will appeal to tin' public fur f ii ti l h with which to ;m r on then urn i.il ami recreation a I wmk with the troop here ami iMi'i theie. All of IIm-iii aie of flrlnlly teeo-'Mri'd bv the War l)e paillin'iit. I'aih of Ihem In (lolnir ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 6 August 1918

THK KVKM.NG ILIUtlCNT, Tt'KHfAV, At'CJt'NT , 1D1. i LOCAL NEWS I!oy C. Walden, of Eunice, was In town Monday. J. If. Jackson, of Artosia, was In town Monday. J. M. llaiton, of Attesl.i, was registered Ht the Fulace last night. Mia. S. N. Smith. Calvcston, Is registered at u local hotel. Ii. I). I'otcet of the lower alty was In town Monday from his home. Iao l: ii ti an w.h down from' Arteslu Monday und registered at1 Hie Liawfoid whlbj here. H. A. Secrist und W. M. Ayreg lesideiits of the upper vullcv were In the IJenutlfu) Monday. Mis Mildred und Minn 1'iuiic.m Cooke returned Sunday from u vUlt to friend In Kouwcll. 1). 1 (Upson, nropilctor of the bin ranch that bout his iiiyne, is! pending u few day in town. Mr. und Mrs. Wulter Mcimnald and children were In town from l.ukewood the llret of the week. Raymond Livingston came up last nlKht liom SUlo Line juid in again In th city, at the I'alace. Cuilsbud, N. M., August G.--Thunder showers to-night or Wed neaday; not much change In te...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 6 August 1918

OAK FLOORING vi; iiwi: a v.n mmd of oak immmiimi :;-s irxh t.t tr.o.oo pr M. 1)1 Inch bt $80.00 per M. 'met Hull plue lhwr wlili 0K. The tunlf-rlnl for a room 16x16 i.htn. nly $17. SO. THE Groves Lumber Co. C. M. Richards, Owuer. PHONE 91 llNllltAI, OF ItF.V. A. A. DAVIS. The remain of llev. A. A. Iiti.vls accompanied by Mr. Pavl and' daughter, Ml Klltahcth, were met I i n:un if pifiun iiwni; i i on the simple luxl brought to Carlsbad evening train. Ilricf and CZAR DRUGGED TO AID KAISER runerai nerviccn runFmuim n..i n t i . i r C Scripture reading and prayer con-; nusnail uuui i muy uivc owino ntttuted the aervlrr at the houne. n$ide FflCtt. At the cemetery the Manon took charge and gave their full rituall- tic service over the ooiiy or iniri departed brother. The pall bearera were Knlcht Templar and were in uniform. Theye were A. N. Pratt. II. I. Ilraden. Joe Mvingaton, John llol ton. : H. Crawford. a.nd E. I'urdy. Reverend Davis waa pantor of the Presbyterian church in Cnrlnbad f...

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. — 7 August 1918

rains .CrarYemk lliiie JiLV VOL. a, NO. 100. . CAIJLMIAD. SK MLXKO. VI I I M V, .mil'MT 7, 10IN. .Yo yMf, . Month, ftc. tpy. -r German Losses 35,000 Men, 700 Guns, Says Lloyd-George ;isr mtnisii is Ml Ml MINT. LINES QUIET WHILE AL LIES' HEAVY GUNS BEING PLACED; VESLE RIVER CROSSED, lly Associated Press. Aitlllery duels and patrol action continue nlonjc the Vesle river has Indicated a resumption of fighting within a few hours. Had weather In hampering the movement of re inforcement. Premier Clemenccau announced that the Ocrmn.n losses lnvlula thhty-flve thousand prisoners and seven hundred guns. Amei Icons In Flsmcs and In the noith river are subjected to a heavy homhnrdment. A Cicrman battel Inn which had prepared to attack Ameilcun bridge builders went of Flsmes were wiped out. Hrltish troops In Flanders have advnnced on a two thousand yard front. d;i:ii not nvr.it. mym tiii: phkmilk or i;;i,ai. II y Aoclatcd Press. London, AiiKiiht 7. Lloyd (iioitr In dlcuslui: the war lt na tion ...

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. — 7 August 1918

jj American of Long Patriotic LIncnrjo1776 to 1918 FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR ST ev M e V M Co ILo TaMim ri ea M o E e o p sr p s . c mm a B O c 8. ! o c 5.3 a ee "n "1 3 e s k 2 P3- B C 1 en S3 t - a o & O K . CO 9 s B S S 2 S : s fill I 2 s a a s 5 2. - S3 r ? w 2.s c ess O e r 'J5 s 3 2 . 3 ;- s T -3 -13 j t ; 2. 2 - ' S ! 3 rj ; ! IT a e e s S frv mi 9 Sen TL T. Tkll-Mtdr. htWr, wttot. ml 14 rr ml mr In Ctrl! IK C.L.TALLMADGE If r. Tallmadgre is a Westerner by birth, by cpbrinfrin:?. in education and In heart. He was born 45 years ago in Nebraska and graduated with high honors from the University of Nebraska. He practiced law for a time, but ave up a good practice, leaving his wife and baby, to answer McKinley's call for volunteers in the war for free Cuba. Upon his discharge he turned his attention to the needs and possibilities of the Southwest Mr. Tallmadge is the pioneer of the great movement to Koormtil Veil ton Torrm. Oialrmam rjumocratle Ceatra! Com mute. SKrrat Ktw Me...

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. — 7 August 1918

TUB KVKXLVO CUIUIKNT, WI'I.NKSDAr, At'OUST 7, 101(1 4 S LOCAL NEWS Tat Mlddleton will leave tonight for Missouri on a prospecting trip. Judge I. (J. (lranthB.ni left on the morning train for Ft. Davis, Texan, on a business trip, eipect Ing to be gone until Friday night. Alrnuui ArrJvr fUfely In Nan Antonio. Miss Myra Williams, a graduate of Carlsbad high school with the class of Hi IS, had determined to knowledge and will enter Park , College, at Parkland, Missouri, for. the fall and winter terms. I A number of Carlsbad's young i;uues are enrolling m ine voiun teer Ktudent Nurses Reserve, thus showing their patriotism and at the same time preparing themselves with n means of future livelihood. Rev. I). F. Scllards, Chrstlan minister, is suffering greatly this morning from on arute attark of pome sort, the cause of which has not yet been determined. All will be grieved to learn of this rood mnn's Illness and hopes are every where expressed that he may soon recover his health. A teleg...

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. — 7 August 1918

OAK FLOORING ui: mwi: v.ui Mi or oak i i.oohimi ; iru-h t 150.00 p M. f. H inch ht 180.00 per M. intit ilint pine floor with 0K. 'It,.- ii.i.tcital for a loom 16x18 o-t ofily $17.50. THE- Groves Lumber Co. - C. M. Hlchards, Owner. PHONE 91 nywhrfor Safety. The child waa crying and to wai her mother. Mont of the refugee were olemn-faced, stunned, Hole. They vrre rattling over the road anywhere for afrty, away from the linn shell! inl poonoii vapor, when cloud of I dust appeared nnd tlx i careened pat lilfMii hundred of the Impedimenta that pirn with a mod- nt urmy were thrown Into the gap arid the Mermnn tide m stemmed. As we rode over tin luty hill nt duyhrcuk we saw hundred of nlontl Moroccan In their r turban lying hn tinted along the road mi I under' the tree. We saw French iirt;Mr MODERN WARFARE FINDS YANKEES COVERING THEMSELVES WITH GLORY Dash and Courage In Second Battle of the Marne Add New Luster to Old Glory Remarkable Description of the Arts, Devices and Camouflage Employe...

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 August 1918

Wtoe VOIi. 2, NO. 101. CAHLHIIAD. NEW ML'XUX). Till U.HDAY. AlfaNT , 1018. i.VOO l our. COc. Month, Be. Copy. Allies Advancim -o o- -o o- r 7 g 0m v 3W & rem O CH -o a- Foch Staggers Hun Lines Southeast Amiens With ItrltMi in France. Ana:. H. S 1 1 .HO .. .M. Ily Associated lrei. UrltUh attacked with energy iumI determination over a twelve mile front im both side of the Homme front. They have gained nil their objective and ri)Kuml roiiMider hie number of primmer and Willi French Army In France, AttguM M. -lty Associated Frew. A combined Krtuco-llrltl)i aailt began lit dawn along the front be tween forty and fifty kilometer. Hncce wan scored Immediately. UrltUh advance! toward rtftMy tiallly and Morrelcave. French ad viminsI lmiittaneouly toward Iemtiln and Anberrourt. CJerman renUUnre Han terrific around Ur Imn. Artillery prearatlon along the French front lasted forty win lit. The front left the trenche Mlth a wonderful dali mid rotiMld erahle progre wan made before lirht fiVliw...

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 August 1918

EiEveningCurrent S. L. Perry, Kditor and Mgr. Hnteied as second clans matter April ir,, If) 1 7, at the pout office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Art or March 3. 1871). I'ublinhfd lally, Sund.i)s excepted, by the Cail.sbad Pi luting Co. Member nf 'I lie Associated Pros. The Associated Picss ih exclusive fy entitled to use for republica tion or all Hewn dispute lie credited to it or not otherwise credited to MHhodlt Oiurtti Ken Ice. The Sunday school meets for Its opening souk sen Ice promptly at : 4 f . The pastor will apeak i t the morning hour on "The Fidelity of the Christian Life." The Kp worth I.euuue will hold their meet I ok at 7 : :t u p. in. All young peo ple not HttendiiiK othei churches at I thl hour are most cordially In cited to attend the League ser I vice. 1 y thin ltel Crow Workers. M. Tulk and son, morning on a tiip Junius, left to the Tulk thin paper and also published heieln. the local newa lunch about ninety from Cn.rlsbad. miles distant' ii.-m i. ii. editur...

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 August 1918

TKK EVKMINQ CCTtflE.VT, TIHTyiDAT, AUfilftT , It .4 LOCAL NEWS Mrs. La Jtock Is and relatives la KI visiting friends Paso this week. F. n. Kvans, of III ptlngs, an over night visitor to this city, teg Istered at the Crawford Wednesday. Paul Vatichclet and Kay Straight, business men from Itftswrll, nn hdered .t the Crawford WcUnca an) . Major Hmlth'ji night. To persons who have made the hot, tedious Jouiiiey from Fan An tonio across the parched plains of Texas to KI Paso, which takes nearly twenty-four hours by the fsatcst trnlns, the flight of Mn.'or Peon Smith Sunday In astonishing In Its cont runt. Major Smith soared Into Carls fivh iiovh cxm-KMH to kilmno cxiit.i)i: at i;os. I Itl'HHl.tX TIIIHTI.K AX! I imi:it. HINT- I1 I lilt Htiot with Kicked 'IMd on Hcwl wllli lbk. Pistol, 1 tee ten and to Deaths Mlayeis Not I -Ike lllm". Fast Las Vegas, N. M.t Aim .1. Five boys confessed lat- last night to the. killing of a. roinrnd Isaiah S. W. Hummer, San Antonio, was a husliesa lttor to th...

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 August 1918

1 Ml TOIL I WfV Y ffl Ifi) iLlni Sf RIALS IA A marl All ITw Wi llll 1 LOT, LADIES' WAISTS AT ONLY ... .85 HALF PRICE ON ALL LADIES' WAISTS (except the above) mi 1 LOT, MIDDY BLOUSES HALF PRICE 1 mi LOT, LADIES' SILK SKIRTS HALF PRICE mi 1 LOT, HOUSE DRESSES HALF PRICE mi 1 LOT, SILK DRESSES (all good styles) HALF PRICE THE ABOVE ARE ALL GOOD STYLES AND AltE THIS SEASONS MERCHANDISE, AND ARE REAL VALUES. 1 LOT: LADIES' PATENT AND KID PUMPS, SPECIAL AT $2.50 Beginning: now and continuing all next week NO APPROVALS, NO ALTERATIONS, AND NO RETURNS ID 0 III HI Hi. pPUBfc Co ii WE WANT YOUR TRADE" The following call has been re ceived by tin- Selective DraU Hoard of lli count) ami aald board In now In m'hmIom n-rUHHlf Iiii; the nifii fmm.'ily In CIjhh I wo. Ah aooii nit the re-claxMiflcatlon Ih uuuie and the men notified th lint will be piildlxlicd. The order follows: Santa Fe, N. M., Aumat 5, 191$ (all Number ll.'Ut TO ALL LOCAL IIOA11DS7 Cailaliad. N. M. ; ri 1 1 i it -ii : You will be ...

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 August 1918

C me CAHLSHAD. NEW MEXICO, IVIDAY, At I NT 0. 101H. M.OO Year, 0)c. Month, fie. Com VOL. 2, NO. 102. -o o- -o o- -o o- o-- o- Gaii Die Allied Troops Push in Wedge 1 1 o o Mi. Deep -o o Great V Says Oimnn line on the Plcardy front, aouth of the Hflininf, are bad. ly broken. Ilrllbdt and French, have driven a wedge Into tier-man, territory eleven mile deep along the Amlens-Chaulnes I Fere IUil way. The llrltMi in only one mile from the t'haulnea-ltoye rail way, Uie chief artery of the tier man aupplle of Uie Mont Duller sector. IoimIoii announce fourteen thoiiMAiMl prlHoner and gun too numerous to mention taken iUir In the flnt 21 hour of the new Mow. The ivmiIU apparently rclipe thone the Herman obtained in the flrt day of their territory offcrudve lat spring. AIIIcm are prorelng aniith of the Somme without opun-dtloii. tiermana alto are retreating In the Flandera Milor A further Al lied advance In I'lcardy would rM Utbly out I lank the whole line a far mm the OIe river, and It la pr...

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 August 1918

LAKKWOOI) lAHM. i:. C. Keith rswie In from Altus,' OkUtioma, dsy last week; ' Mr. Keith and the children werei iirnu; i inning ll-T-, illl'l 4lPr spending a week or ten days they will return to their home. George Wllcoi, who In still with' the Kemp Lumber Company at! Deiter, tame down Saturday and spent seversi days visiting with re-1 lathes and friend. Tom Itunyan, who has been visit-, Inn and looking after huslnesn hern, for seteral days, departed for hlai home at Lower Tenaaco Tuenday. j J. I'.. Foster, of Globe, wan up, Tuesday vlnKlnte and buying sup pliea. LrnoHt Shaffer, nf llocky Arroya. waa with hla frinds In Lakewood Tuesday and Wednesday. Prof. II. P. Collier liaa rented the Tom Kunyan residence In the MoiithfaNt part of town and moved into It. We underhand that Mr. Ilunyan ha.i purchased resident pro perty In Artenla. and will renlde there during the coming school term. (1. II. Sellmeyer went, to Artesla Wednesday and came home In a lran new Ford. Mra. I. K. Webb went to...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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