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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 9 August 1918

TIIB EVKM.YO CUflRCNT, KUWAIT, AVGVfTW 9, 1tl. i LOCAL NEWS Little Emily Hardy ha. spent a part of the week at the Frank Matney home In CarUbad, coming from her home south of town. Word from John Swift, who far merly was employed on the D ranch, but In now In the naval training school Ban Francieco, tells of his daily routine, and that he Is reeling fine at this time, altho missing his CarUbad friends. Cary Thompson, cattle dealer, haa spent several day. here this week, hut eipects to leave for the home ranch southwest Saturday. Mr. Thompson reports refreshing showers on his range. Mrs. E. P. Bujae spent a couple ' ITZZZ of days this week In Roswell, thai guest of Mrs. D. W. Lowe. T. C. Home came In last night from eastern markets, where he has been purchasing goods for his store. F. 0. Tracy will leave the first of the week, either Tuesday o Wednesday, for Santa Fe, and.j after transacting business in the 1 Ancient City, will continue on his way to California to Join his family ' a...

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. — 9 August 1918

. MHJl.WftXHIBlWMP1 ItAKKfl WANTM QUICK ACTION ON Sh'AV DIM FT MIX. By Aaaoclated 1'resa. WaKhlnaton, AiiKuat 9.--S'f ro tary of War llaker u t kmI the Sen ate military committee for a prompt enactment of t li draft extension bill ao as to fix September fifth a reglatration day. Without the aK extenaion, he. anld. It would he nee vara i y to Invade the deferred claaMen. Iloller j:plnslon Kill Two. Dy Asaoclated Pie. Wiihliltik'toti. Ann. 9. The navy announced two killed and three In jured in a holler explosion on the t'nUed Staten iip Ndpntin In for ign wateta. Liberty Three illid II Half ltl Ily Aaociuted Plena. New Voik .August 9. Liberty three nnd a lialf per rent bond sold at one htindied dollars and two cents on the Stork Kxchanue. Fav orable war news la probably the Influence that haa canned the tlae above par. This la the hlgheat price thla year. Itiiosln and Allien nt War, Kays lloMiet ikl Premier. Uy Associated 1'ieaa. Washington, August 9.- Consul 1'oole at Moaeow Informed...

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. — 10 August 1918

lie EveMHiK GirreffftG VOIi. 2. NO. 10:1. CAULK HAD, NEW MHX1CO. KATlltDAY, AltUKT 10, 101H. fa.OO Year, 60c. Month, 5c. Copy. Is Sack car Kaiser PI n T7 Ti iy & aa The Mont Duller ape of the (icrtnan salient In Hcardy lias fal The French early this morn In smashed through lite tJermnn line and encircled the village, f iit tlng off retreat between Moiit Dl dler and the Olse. The French assumed the offensive over a teen-mlle front, sweeping Hermans from the western side of the sail fill. The llrltlsJi advance I un checked. Cha.ulnes, a German base south of the Homme, la hourly In peril of rapture1. The Ilrltish have reached l.lhons two miles away, and have the railway junction south of Chal nea under artillery fire. Further noith the Herman, are resisting des perately, but Morlojicourt hat been taken. Americana operation In tltla sector have participated heav ily while the Germans atuhbornly defended positions. London ra porta that the fighting haa spread northward and the battle...

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. — 10 August 1918

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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. — 10 August 1918

0 1 5 CVJ -o u ,0 S3. 1 m b""r,J I ka . cm .. hat a -Z-i ii ii a 33, - SO.. w " a ft ft "S U O - J U I "Mb. 1 M M I I . II fl M v. -. -J u a f - I ! i i e t ' e" r " 3 i 1 1, I X)OOOOVDCN00 1 .Jg J y O h I I I; i! - Iff) Hi 2 i ! ! 1 1 ! H V-i Q & ! i : : : : : ik ee i d 3 o a a a o i i 3 S - I e 1 " w igsis i n o o o U U o Cl El ' i- f fl , . ! 2 b U) . ' . B .2. J. ..o "2?! -?c . JT E I : 5 ? . s i g i s ! tt i w. 5 s: js i r nn g la t S f s 2 i : a 1 .2 2 - rZ I 'k kl S s ? s " s -i. H n gSgS-S-ci gag a iz Z3 i i s ItKD VllOHH XOTKS. Frtd V. Plher and on, Oorgo, tt thin morninjc on a buslnM trip to i:i raao. Te UrrUtnttloa Hervlc. by which Mr. Flher U employed, Is movInK the machinery from the drainage district below town to the Itlo Grande Troject, and Mr. Flnher a trip in In connec tion with Ita shipment and Initalla At thv Red Cross rooms Thurs day seven ladlea were In attend ance and fifty-four abdominal ban- dages were made. Yeaterday'a workers numbered mriir ui nri rui ...

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. — 10 August 1918

BEST FILTERED GASOLINE BSBfesnssr www Everybody is buying gas at our new Bowser 5-gallon stroke gasoline pump just installed few days ago. We sell nothing but (he highest grade of FILTERED gas oline and the priee is right Stop your car in front and we will do the rest. Yours for service, Southern Auto Company J'hone .10. situation It In Important that the, land the nomination for senator, position of the machine be known, J If thin Is not given him, It stems and every care la being taken to ! almost sure that something elite keep that Information from becom- will be tendered as It la hardly ing public. The so-called demo-1 probable that the convention will cratic counties of the atate roll up be willing to Ignore hla Just claim nice majorltlea, because there la no for recognition. republican vote to contend with, - It cornea to numbers the big re-1 MODKItX WATlll KlTI'LY. publican counties also cast the big i democratic votes, as San MIkucI. The evolution of water supply If the conv...

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. — 12 August 1918

0 Uliie VOL. 2. SO. 101. c.m,sni), m:v mkxico, momy, aihist 12, ioib. H.YOO Year, Tc. Month, ftc. ( opj. 40000 PRISONERS AND 700 GUNS CAPTURED BY ALLIES IN PICARDY STIFF RESISTANCE BY GERMANS MAKES ADVANCE OF ALLIES SLOW Dy AsHodated Ficm. j Fail. AiiKiint 12. Reliable In formation to reach her today brlnir he pleasing Intelligence Hint the allies have captured nearly forty thousand prisoners and seven hundred suns In Fleardy. Extremely bitter resistance wan encountered from the Herman and along the Chanlnos-ltoye-Noyon line the enemy I bringing tip strong relnrorcement. Th ellles are preparing for another advance. Tho Hermans are making a mighty effort to check the allied advance toward l'eronne, Itove and Noyon. On the north the Iljltlsh are now unable to advance rapidly. In the renter the Herman count er attack ue apparently holding up the advance. On the right the French are gaining steadily reach- Inir t It A rt'ltttt I if hill west of the Olse river and virtually clearing 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. — 12 August 1918

TheEveningCurrent S. L. Ferry, F.dttor and Mgr. L'ntcxd as second class matter April 16, 1I17, at the post office at Cailshud, New Mexico, under th Act of March. 3, 1879. FubllBhfd dally, Sii rila h cxc pled, by tho Cailshad l'llfitiiiK Co. Member nf 'I ln Ahm lutoil Tret. The Aooratcd I'lesS i .XtlllMlVO- ly entitled to (li- use for i cpuhlira t Ion ol all ii wn dispatches ci edited to it oi hot otherwise credited u this paper n. ti l iiIho the lorni news pu tl IhIm.mI lu'iiln. VMIM TII.UTOK.H (JAINIMl IX lOITI.ltlTY IN Till: COHN IHXT. II U 1 1 to Im deplored that some person, 01 pcisons, who ha no M'K.ml lor law ami unlcr. or If ho, arc r t lnni utit I-hh uhout such' Ilium, took It upon t Iiiiih1 h to- i.. at a . a . I mi iii ut) ui'tiii or niKiu, wnen i mo I in-y hiidiiiii iiaxe iun recuperating their strength Tor another honest la)'H work doxoted to hclnlni: win 1 1 1 war, anil paint tin hark of a'lflO Lxldcnce of the growing popular ity of tractors on corn-b.lt farms h shown h...

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. — 12 August 1918

.ammrm w Tiiia evening cxuiient, Monday, august 12. ioi. at a L. over from LOCAL NEWS 1). Htennis, Jr., was restored Uoswcll hotel Saturday. M. Bnd W. E. Iloberts were Sunday guests at tho Palace Koswcll. a fine ha in. Carlsbad was rain Saturday made everyone feel tliankrul. rapidly about 6 blessed with a fine afternoon which In tho community The shower came o'clock In the af- Mrs. M. K. Smith returned Hun du) tout her month's vacutioa spent at Coloiudo Spiings. I'ncle Joe Hraham and on, of Loving, are nt old coming yesteiday. non, John the Ci.w Oeorge II. of Lovlngton, cal hotel the Shepherd and wife, were guests at n lo Pist of the week. teniooti und was accompanied by an eloctrlcpJ display, which did very liltle damage; althoiiKh one of the trees In front of the Ooiley residence on Alameda street wus struck. The residents In that vi cinity felt the shock, hut no one wuh Injured. Filty-two hundredths Inches fell and every one wus smil ing even thouKh tunny were caught down town an...

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. — 12 August 1918

BEST FILTERED GASOLINE Everybody is buying gas at our -new Bowser 5-gallon stroke gasoline pump just installed a few days ago. We sell nothing but the highest grade of FILTERED gas oline and the price is right. Stop your car in front and we will do the rest. Yours for service, Southern Auto Company I'hone .TO. ITALIANS FLEE AUSTRIAN GAMP 0 Eight Make Their Escape After Untold Suffering. TELL KORROU OFPRISOH LIFE Food 8cant and of Poorest Quality1 fftl.kMAa F" - . -A . - LI .1- I f Mtvnin rvniu 10 n.ip rimy intir Comrades Escaping Italian Make Thtlr Way to Russia After Undergo. Ing Great Hardships and Ara Given Warm Welcome. In the lllllt hamlet of Fallcctu Snn tJtullano, province i.f KhiIIIh. Itnly. ! Jive h Mioeinaker. I,ulgl Chlttonl, In ii inodct homo, Ht tut four niiiih In tin army. Two are row nt th front, ami two were fnpt unl by the Aut ilnn. One fvt'iilnit i-tij-iiilv the door win band open roughly, and tin ! ititik 1 er cried out In iilnrni: "Who Is there?" "It la I, KtlwHr...

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. — 13 August 1918

Eveuiin C ilhe VOI. 2, NO. 10.1. C.UU.snAD. NISW MKXHt), TII2SHAY, Attil'ST 1.1, I0IH. .Vtn Year, c. Month. Be. Copy. ft A ALLIE START NEW DRIVE ON 25 MILE FRONT - IMPORTANT GAINS MADE (WUHAN hi ll sill. . WOHKIMi. JJy Assocle.ted Tress. I fjiMMliMi, AuuiiHt l.i. I::t7 I. M. The l-'rencli have control of the rut Ire of Mnlf and alo of l.nHlKti)- which are at the nouHi rm end of tlir Tlcardy lattlefront, ! according tt tliU afternoon advice. This.. KUrw tlir town of ImhIr")' and tlir Dlvrtle valley hinI rtitirr ilUtiiil tt north into tlir control of the allien. Paris, Allien made a heavy at tnrk along the. entire - front from Chaulnes aoulh today In a deter mined effotL to break the enemy's stiff resistance. lly Associated Pi. New York, Anunff 1:1. A tier nmn submarine mi U the thirty eli: lit hundred ton Norwegian stcumcr, Snmmerstiid off Klre lu ll .rid yesterday. The new of ;'. 1 arrived purely. The vennel want chartered by the 1'nited States shlpplnx hoard. llv Associated Press. ...

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. — 13 August 1918

UMiWtMi'ilil mm TEiEvcningCurrcnt S. L. Perry, Editor and Mgr. 1 Entered a second class matter April 16, 1917, at the pout office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Published dally, Sundays excepted, by the Catlsbad Printing Co. McoWmt of The Amk lntel Pre. , The Associated I'm'mh In cxcluslvn-1 ly entitled to the line for republica tion of all ntwi dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited la this paper and also the local newt published herein. WOM.D VIM hPII.ND ONE I)!-' I. All Mill TIIK ItKI) ( I tOSS? Would you spend a dollar, If it "would buy a car that you could 'give to a friend? If you had a aoldler In France, and thin friend ' took rare of that soldier boy, would you upend a dollar to buy a car ao that thin friend could take better care of him? If you knew that both the dollar 'and the car would help your aoldier 'boy, would you upend that dollar? That's what will happen to your dollar, If you upend It for a car. Eighty centa of It will go to...

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. — 13 August 1918

IIIK EVENING CUIUUENT, TVI21VU A17JF8T 1.1, 191. LOCAL NEWS Our War Savlact Stamps. II. E. James returned Monday from a business vlnit to Uoswell. Mis Ituth Johnson returned yesterday from a visit to her sis ter, Mrs. M. It. Kirkley at Uoswell. Connecting light housekeeping rooms at the Metropolitan hotel. MILS. MAGGIE HEED. W. 1. Roberts and Miss Myrtle Roberts, of the 6-bar ranch, were visitors at the Crawford over Sunday. John Whltsett has taken a posi tion at the Star Pharmacy soda fountain, beginning his work Saturday. II. C. Egleston, a traveling man fioni St. Louis, who makes this place regularly on his trips, regis tered at the Crawford over Sunday. MissesMary and Maste Essery arc spending the week In town the guest of Miss Mary Mlxe, and other friends. Carlsbad, N. M.. Aug. 13, 1918. Generally fair tonight and Wednes day, except probably showers; cooler southeast portion Wednesday. Major E. I'. llujac has returned from a lengthy trip to Idaho, and arterwards to various poin...

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. — 13 August 1918

BEST FILTERED GASOLINE TSSEJB3W EQMER3 itftkteh Everybody is buying gas at our new Bowser 5-galIon stroke gasoline pump just installed a few days ago. Wc sell nothing but the highest grade of FILTERED gas oline and the price is right. Stop your car in front and we will do the rest. Yours for service, Southern Auto Company l'hone 30. iftiroiiT.vvr notki: S. I). Stennla, Jr., cliuliiuun of the Civilian Keller committee.,, Car lsbad Chapter, American lied Crosa has asked tin to print the following from the Official Hulletln of Aiir. 3rd. Thin Ih Important and all vlio liue been reecitlnK checks should taJte the matter up at once with the soldiers and sailors In order that unnecessary delay may not he occasioned. That ull may undi eland, an AI.I.OTTMKNT mean the part of a. soldier's pay that he os slgna to the dependent and Al. I..OWANCK n.'eaiiH the amount that the et nmeut luiuH to mat "as signed by the soldier himself. Klrt Checks luel I iider Ite cent War ItNk Ametidment. On A ni; n...

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. — 14 August 1918

" ills EveHuaa rent. VOL. '2, NO. I (HI. CAIILSIIAD, MIW MliXHX). VI:I).M:s).V, .UGlST It, 101. .yo Vrnr, tioe. Month, fte. topi. FRENCH STEADILY GERMAN SUB iS GAINING GROUND While there are no definite re port of n resumption of drive on the southern end of the Plcnrdy line, l'rln dispatches indicate the French are making fresh progress, advancing steadily toward Noyon. Further north the Urltlsh, under (Jeneral Itawllnson are encounter ing desperate resistance. At latest reports It wan Indicated, the French are at leant Ave and one-half mile from Noyon. With French Army In Franco, Auk. 14. The Germans are now In Plcmont, a half mile south of Lassigny, to which they retired fol lowing new French advance. On. Hemherth's army advanced two;"" miles yesterday, taking St. Cand CLOSE TO NEW YORK HARBOR Ily Associated riess. New York, August 14. A Ger man submarine, which was ap proaching the gate to the New York harbor, sunk an nil tinker, Frederick II. Kellogg, off Ambrose channel last n...

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. — 14 August 1918

Mk TT MftMMAM Han Antonio. Texas, August 8. ihelwcnmgLrurrcntiJame a. Laiey or rowu Dd - Walter J. Ralph of Carlsbad were 8. L. Perry, Editor and Mgr. jjhe two New Mexico men amoung tht- class of S3 graduated Wednea- Knteted as second Aorll 16. 1317. at the clans matter pout office tt Carlsbad, Nw Mexico, under the Act or March 3, 1879. Published daily, Sundajs excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Co. MetntnT of The Ass4clated I'rtw. The AsMiclated Press la exclusive ly entitled to the use tor republica tion of ull m- dispatches credited to it or ool otherwise credited In thla paper and also the local news published tieii'ln. Attention l called to the ordi nance In thin Issue or the Current whtrh prohibit all vehicles from driving across any Hie hone that may he In th' street. It waa the prevailing opinion that there waa an ordinance to that effect hereto fore nnl there wan complaint an to why the marshal did not enforce the otdlnunce but upon Itm-stiga-tlon It wan lound that there wu...

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. — 14 August 1918

run KVBMNO cuiacicvr, Wednesday; aiouht n, tot. LOCAL NEWS at iU;n CIIOSS HOOMH Mr. J. V t'lnvnn nhlll t l Mr. and Mrs. Jim While, from y(,r(lay superior, filling the 11 ranch .re in town. pUce of Mr, Lmle who WM un. ...... . 1 ' t be present. miss ituoy ixnowios, ui mimu-, E, . ftrfc.r. -,rw nn haflrf and I If toon abdominal bandages: and twenty three T binders were 1 made. Moulded thin, forty nine1 ment, was In the county seat Tues day. Mr. John Barber, was shopp nK T bM, ' in town ruenu.y irom rorierv me, Thn , room for more work' Texas era. Hob Ingram, or the C. I. & F. ranch was a guest at the Crawford' Tuesday. I Acrey Urothera were in town Tuesday from their ranch east of Carlsbad. FOB ItLNT. Llsht housekeeping room. MKS. N. T. DAFOIIKKTY. I phone No. 2 4 4. tfj A. II. derrella. of Artesla. Is In I town coining Tuesday and stopping at the Crawford. K. It. Lyon, of Queen, is a busi ness visitor to Carlsbad this week, arriving luM night. Oreen McComb and Newton Dunevent are...

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. — 14 August 1918

Majestic Ranges Pratt - Smith" ZZL Hardware Co. and Rakes John Deere Plow m':ALK" IN Co, Implements IT?n Harness and GENERAL saddles HARDWARE International Gasoline Engines FINANCIAL lOlt lilUHTH MllllKi; AltKA. The following In a dltcest of an article appearing in the OITlrtal Uulletin under date of AukuhI Ith, relative to plun of loaning money to farmer in cettaln diouth-stritk-en ' arrant "The a if a ii now under roiiMldPi lo tion art those In the Northwest and Southwest, whole two successive crop fall men have resulted from severe drouth and wlnler-klllttiK. "The money will he advanced nn a loan to ranen of necessity upon the nop of wheat or substitute grpJn planted. No loan will he made In excess of $3.00 per ucre and no applicant will he financed beyond 100 nrren. Therefore, no loan will he made In excess of I300.0U. Notea Kiven will heur i . M I A - . II.. 1.. II... per rem interest, purwuif in m- j southern dlHtrlctn October 1. I'Jl'J. The fe4.Mal land biuik of the din- trlc...

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. — 15 August 1918

CAJtt shad, m:v mkxico. tih usdav, AKil-ST IS, I01H. .YOo Yenr, 00c. Month, Go. Copy. VOli. U, NO. 107. 30,244 PRISONERS OiL TANKER U. S. WILL HAVE THREE MILLION SOLOIERS IN FRANCE BY JUNE SINCE AUGUST 8 STILL AFLOAT hy Associated Press. London, Auutint. 1 OfTiflP.1. The British advanced thrlr lines filthily east or Iiaincourt, north west or Chaulnen. Slnrt August 8 tin- Ilrltf ! and Fu n It have cap tured 0,2II prisoners. WiihIiIiilMoii. AniiiiHt 15. - Th oil I tanker, Frederick K.KcIIoki:, which Iwaa torpedoed last Tuesday even , ln hy a Herman submni Ine, I still I abort" Ifi miles olf Mani-nt, New Jcrncy. Tho liavy dcpat ' s cent l"1 been Informed that there In a chance to brliiK her Into poit. Tin I American itchooner Doiothy Itarrott !ly Associated Press. I WH mink hy a. Herman submarine I'4iK A hit. 15. (!nal Hnn'h.jM,j fjro yesterday ins r Cape May, Von Ito Itm, tli'i C.eiman "rctrea.t ; -,.W jersey. Sea planes, sibinarlno pei l,ii-t" has been appointed to .ft : t- dropped d...

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. — 15 August 1918

1 i IhfEveningCurrent S. L. Tfrry, Editor and Mgr. Entered an second class matter April 16. 1917, at the post office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Published dally, Snndnv excepted, by the C'aulshad Pilntlng Co. McnilMT Of TIlA .MH lllll'tl I't-OHrt. The Associated Pi ess In exclusive Ijr entitled fo the use for republic tloa of all new dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited la Chin p.t jut uinl also the local oewa published herein. mnj.Hiti sheepmen kkcehe hetuinh on iiikih i ti it uMi, clip 01 C SHOE SA MtM I A Sheepmen of the CaiUhad coun try mm just now tccelvlng complete returns rioin their 1 Tt 1 7 wool clip. Thin wool has mostly been stored In government, warehouses In Hon Ion and about 70 per cent of Itn alii ha benn drawn by the con fdgnes. lately, however, the Joy o-Prult company, which handles the moHt of the wool In this sec lion, hM received complete returns from llrown & AdaniH of Huston, rtlriK as government giuders. The wool...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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