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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 21 August 1918

THIS EVENING Cl'HItK.Vr, WI'.DNESDA V, At'GUHT SI, 101 LOCAL NEWS Mti.TTl'1 1 1 A EN V A f UN. Jesse coining Mm. N. M, week. OrainniB.r In In town from Queen Tuesday today night. EZZElZZZlZZiZIZIZjEZZiE 3ZZ1 (. 11. Powell, of Iteming, h at the Crawford thin Mm. It. I.. Hallev loft Sunday night for a visit with friends In lloawcll. Charles W. is In tjwn business. ilccman, today Uf Malaga, ttansacting V. P. Roberts, of the C In on n business trip to tha ful thin week. ra.nch Ileuilti- E. Etcheverry Ik registered at the Blghtway from his sheep laiirli near Eovington thia week. W. C. M were U. Head, J. M. Mrlleflln and .Glllride and wife, of Roswell, visitors In Carlsbad Monday. Minnie Hawthorne . operated on at the Sinters hosttifaj thin morn inc and la doing well a.t thia writ lag. F. H. Med lard o.nd Misses Med ian!, all of Hope, N. M.. were In town overnight and stopped at the l'alac Tuesday. Ml Nettle. Vaughn and H. C. i McCutcheoiw were united In mar ilage thia morning at 10:30 at...

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. — 21 August 1918

BEST .FILTERED GASOLINE Everybody is buying: gas at our new Bowser 5-gallon stroke gasoline pump just installed very recently. 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 Phone 30. A very Interesting session of the Kpworth League was held at the Methodist church Sunday night, V. I'. Mud Rett leading and an unusual ly large number being resent. Mm. Mabel E. I'olk gave a fine talk on the kind of letters one should write, especially to an absent sol dier; Miss Walters very sweetly sang: "Abide with me". Mrs. Hed-i field accompanying at the plp.no; Mrs. 1)1 h man rend King fieorge's greeting to the American soldiers and Miss Matilda flerlach read a letter from her brother who Is on J the firing line somewhere In France The letter wm very interesting ami gave a better Idea about our ab sent boys. Judge Grantham was called on and spoke brlelJy on the subject: "S...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 22 August 1918

Ma Mis GirreiiL. 4 J VOL. 2, KO. 113. CAIILHIIAD,, XKW mHxICO. TIIUtSDAY, AlOFHT 22. 10tf. FRENCH GAIN ON 20-MILE FRONT OVER 2,000 PRISONERS TAKEN return to their own line without dropping bombs.. . London, Aug. 22. The Hrltlsh Hermans uHri, n Hermans this morning lWf n, , bdwfpn the Homme ami Anore rlv- day. North of Ancre. the Arras IlHpaume railroad hM been crossed by the victorious allies hiu! the Hrltlsh reached Neus llorqiilti, northeast of Mervllle. By Associated Tresa. Paris, Auk. 2?. The were forced bark over a mile front to a depth of from oneL, u wgs 0(Tlrlally announced to to two mllet from I.asslgny to dav Snrth nf Anno. Hip Arras Allette river during last night. This la official. le Plement, Thlescourt Con nectancourt, and Vllle were occu pied by the French who reached the Dlveet river. French troopa also reached the Olae river on a sli mile front east of Noyon, their line extending from Scmplgny to Hretlgny. Ka.st of vll lanes of Hourgulgnon and St. Paul-Aui-Pola take...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 22 August 1918

ThiEveningCurrent S. L I'erry, IMttor ami Mgr. Knteied a second class mattei April 10. ut the post ofTlce at CaiUtmd, New Mexico, under the Art or March 3, 1 879. I"ubtlnh-1 dally, Sunday efccpted, by the ChiIhIukI 1'iliitiiiK Co. McmlM-r of 'Hit ,mh hilrtl 1'ie. 1 lie Annoi lalt-il liexa IK exclusive ly entitled io Dm- line lor npubllcu lion of ull iifa dlMp.ttctfics cicdlleil to It oi noi olluiwi.il. ci i -J it vil In Una papei ami alo the local oowi jpubliitlied fieiciu. ' P Mmmi in i : I'ULsiii;m. 'I'll I nild Stutoh, h til tut ol J Cm liiaiiilol. t iiaitiithH it lid pow- ei, orcupie tli' toiomundiut; J) I act' J ii tin Woild loifu). Nt'tt'l hclorc MM it m icupcctld mid uduilred tor ft power and lolnht, and never be loie ban il mo i commanded thv con fidence und .lope ol the. world by I canon ol In ntund loi liccdooi and Justice 'and riKlit. 1'iesid'H Wllnou hurt a com manding, political and inorul in fluence In the woild onUidc ol thona nation with which we are at war, and even...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 22 August 1918

I TMK LVLNING CLItllENT, TIHIISDW, Atfil'HT 22, 1019. LOCALNEVS K. L. Mitel Is In from hi ranch and will go from here to Uoswell on business. PLUASANT DINMIt PAUTY A KTItAXCJi: CASK J. A. Ilrubakcr, of guest at the Crawford terday afternoon. Queen, Is a coming ye II ('. Swearlngton and W. It. Illalr a re ifglstered at thp ('raw ford from Kl Paso. Honoring Judge and Mrs. Lddle man 01 . runiot e.UKianonia, menas A woman giving her name uh of other years. Mis. II. D. Hub-, Maude Rldcson, and carrying u hard, gave a hpiintlfullv appointed ! live months old baby In her arms, dinner ut tier home west of town ! appeared Tuesday night at dark at last night. The table was lovely the II. 1. Hubbard home wphI or in nil its appointments, and the , Carlsbad. The family were at din dinner of' the best. Surrounding ' ner and with their usual hospital- Carlshad. N. M., Auk. 22. I .oca I showers tonight or Friday cooler east portion Friday. Hip hospitable board were. Judge and Mis. F.ddlcman and two...

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 August 1918

BEST FILTERED GASOLINE mm Everybody is buying gas at our new Dowser 5-galIon stroke gasoline pump just installed very recently. 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 Thone 30. Twp. 18 South, Itange 2t East N. M. T. M. All of aald above lands belnf located In Falrchlld'a Farm Land pa shown by plat on record In the office of the County Clerk of Kdcly County, New Mexico. You are, therefore, notified that unless you appear and answer or otherwise plead In said cause on or before the Hth day of October, 1918, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the complaint filed In said suit. Plaintiff's attorneys are Unburn A Robinson and their business ad dress is Carlsbad, New Mexico. Witness my hand and the seal of said Court on this 20th, dsy of August, 1918. I). M. JACKSON. 23Augl3Sept County Clerk. , I)y Associated Tress, j Wa...

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 August 1918

rarreiiafc VOL. 2, NO. 114. CAItt.SllAD, NKW MKXICO. I'llIDAY, ACOIST 2:1, 11)18. tUVoO Year, OOc. Month, Ac. Copy. ffltesH IkteSe off War C me Gr Raging -o o- -o o- -I) - o- o o Allies Winning All Aloifcg Fifty Mile Front London. Auk. 2 3. Ilauttle LfeLLUK today In Km nee Is on one of the widest fronts of the war. It ex tend tor about 60 miles north from Solssona. Every where the battle Is Koinic successfully for the entente allies. The Ilrltlsh third army have gained more than a mile on a front of more than 7 miles. Ilrltlsh fourth army have Rained two miles on a front of seven miles and the Ilrltlsh fourth army took 1500 hundred prisoners today. The third a.rmy also captured five hun dred Germans In the town of (Join lerourt alone. London. Auk. 23. ilolry Ilecque relle, Ilovelles, Ilainellnrourt, (Join-! lelcourt, held by nrltlsh third nr-! my and the Ilrltlsh are pushing the, attack southeast from Oomlelcourt In the direction of Ilapnnie. tly Associated Tress. The Ilrltlsh and G...

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 August 1918

fo)r?fPri A 1 S DfT i toil 1 M PI t n ru it 4 n I i UaViU u VJVUi J The August 24 and ) ondlay August 26th nun COENPAH ! ! ALL LADIES GING- ALL SHIRT WAISTS HAM AND VOILE ALL NET DRESSES IN VOILES, GEOR- DRESSES AT AT. 1-3 DISCOUNT GETTE AND CREPE .....1-2 PRICE DE CHINE 33:: OFF ALL LADIES WHITE WAISTS AND SKIRTS AT 33 " PER CENT LESS THAN ORIGINAL PRICE CHILDRENS GINGHAM DRESSES AT 1-3 OFF. ' - J. Alt U M l.H ft Mr. and Mra. tieorge. Mc(ionalll mim-M ... to Dimwiill It'rllluf lit testify In t cane before the din- trie, board. They returned Saiiir day. MIhh lite llattteld. or Malaga returned TiifHilny to her home aT ter spending a week here uh the guest or MIhh Alliue Maker. J. N. Foster motored to Rob well Friday evening, being culled aa a witness before the district board. Tom lliinyan and iton, llryan, ranie down from Lower Penasco Tuesday for u brief visit and to look after business muttera. They went to Carlsbad Wednesday. Dr. 11. S. Fuiay waa culled before the district board ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 23 August 1918

TIIR KVKM.Na CUU11BNT, FRIDAY, ALdtHT 23, 191. LOCAL NEWS A. M. Hove, the publicity mm for th Santa, Fe, who formerly called Carlsbad hia home, was in town between trains yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. lied field and son will noon leave Carlsbad to return to their old home In Idaho, going p.bout the first of the month. They will leave n vacancy that will be felt In the various departments of the Methodist church of which they Rre members. Kliuore and Tat Jones and Kverett Grant ham spent Wednes day In Hoswell nml were registered at the Glider hotel. Ilex Keen, son of Roadinnster Wlllard Keen, left yesterday morn ing for Duyton where h ina.kes his home after a few days with relatives In Carlsbad. Mr. ami Mrs. Martin Yates and Mrs. F. M. Barloe, of Artejda, are nt tlie Crawford. Great Aug. Cleanup Sale Mrs.. McCuIlongh, of Kansas City, mother of Mrs. Ambrose Lowen buck, Is expected In this pfternoon from her home at that pli.c to visit a while with her daughter In CaMsbnd. Mr. and Mrs. Sneth...

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 August 1918

store mm THIS WEEK WE HAVE ADDED TO OUR READY - TO - WEAR UNTIL NOW IT IS NEARING A FULL COMPLETE SHOWING. SUITS FROM S20 UP TO $60 And every one a special order garment. Sizes 16 up to 44. JOYCf GOATS OF KNOWN REPUTATION and values in each gar ments size 16 to 44, prices range $15.00 to$77.50 DRESSES We have an unusual showing of Dresses and each garment speaks for itself as being direct from the firing line. FULL SHOWING FALL MILLINERY RUIT COMPANY 41 We Want Your Trade" j have been going up to the Ited Cross rooms on Saturday to do .....a At II ... L- . . I their Oil BIOnK ine line ui nur- ! klral Dressings. Since that time, I : have minced very lew of those meetings, and In addition I have I made three sweaters, one scarf and I a pair of wristlets, besides buying War Saving" Stnmpa. Up to date j the Local Ked Cross In Carlsbad, ! hu already' sent to France approx imately lo,f)0 knitted garments. 1 have been taking music lessons for some time, but now 1 hae de cided that In order...

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 August 1918

c iirreM VOI-. 2, NO. 115. CAItLSIIAD, NEW MUXICO, HATt'UDAY, At (it ST 2I.10IN. $5.00 Year, 00c. Month, Be Copy, BRITISH CAPTURED 14,000 PRISON ERS IN LAST THREE DAYS - NOYON EXPECTED TO FALL AT ANY MOMENT Dy Associated rress. Iondon, Auk. 2 4.-The Germans evidently expect to be pressed back to the Aleuse river, )' n Am sterdam correspondent to the Lon don Dally Express. They are no' busy fortifying potations along the Meuse and -In IJelgium the tier mans are digging trenches between IHnat and Glvet, the latter place ninety nillos caM of Ilapaunie. I.rfndon, Aug. 2 4. The llrltish third army are advancing rapidly and have gone forward to this hour at some places to a depth of four miles on p. front of twelve miles. The llrltish fourth nrmy Is now on the outskirts of Ilray, where heavy fighting Is proceeding. With the llrltish Army In France Aug. 24. Ilray s reported to have I The Urltlsh are reported to have captured llecordel and rerched high ' ground southwest of Frlcourt. 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. — 24 August 1918

MIRACLE OF BATTLEFIELD BURNS ALL SELF-THOUGHT OUT OF YANKS Hard-Boiled Boys, Dropped Into the Furnace of War, Come Out With the Dross Burned Away, Self-Sacrificing Heroes Hold Back in Suffering for One in Greater Suffer ing to Be Cared for First by CLARENCE BUD They wcro corning back out of the lint Maul- of the great battle those toys of a eertsln division now fsmoua throughout France nnd one day to he famous throughout tho world. They were not coming hack because they wanted to. nor because lhy liad had enough of It ; they were being brought cm stretchers, wounded, gassed, shell imocked. to nn advanced dressing sta (Ion. Home of them seemed Just b-y. Ooe could see them grit their leeta to hold bark the moan of pnln. "Hard link, pair asld a doctor In terrogatively, ns the bearer net down a stretcher In the courtyard. The boy shrugged bis shoulder, act ually shrugged them hft could, bundled up on that stretcher, and grinned- wanly. "Cumin fine. If I ran Ret you fel lira to wave thai...

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 August 1918

THE KVKNl.NO CUltllKNT, HATL'IUMV, Alfit'ST a 1,191. i LOCAL NEWS John.O. McKeen In up from Malaga today., John Clark In down from Queen coming Thursday. Miss Harbara Jones wll! leave Monday for tier home la Globe Arlxona. Mrs. Lilian Talor. of Silver City la la town coming this week and may remain here. There will be a business meeting at the IJp.pUt church tomorrow ad the cloe of Sunday School. Miss Jennie Johnson was relieved of h troublesome pair of tonsils at the Sisters hopltal Friday niorn-Int. Mra. Frank l'lper, :4tt Kansas City, came In yesterday for a visit with her daughter, Mra. A. Lowen-bruck. George Woods came In from Lovington where he has been en gaged In plumbing on the new cou nty Jail. Mr. and Mra. Albert Itamu left on the tnornlnK train for th lower valley wher they no to visit rcl atlvea over Sunday. I'ete Casabnflne was ' here from Hope this week. J. L. Greer, of Clovls, was a business visitor to the Beautiful Thursday. Win, If. Mutlane and f a.mlly are In from...

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 August 1918

UNCLE SAM'S PARTNER Cotirty of Lira and CharlM Daaa atbaon.t .1.1. PUntin h? r.d5 P'oduclnf more food, and aayinf food are all war-time effort of , thla government in which the women of America have co-operated loyally. We are all In the 120 million AUie. 1 " "P l"-j,n"n "rc" o.r there, WORLD SHORTAGE IN BEET SUGAR Crops Are 40 Per Cent Less Than Pre-War Average Cen tral Powers Hit Hardest. CANE SUGAR IS ISOLATED. Allied Beet, PretfuatUn Pall One-thlre In Ptlgl' War teenerny Practlo Th world today I producing forty per cent. Iea beet augur than tha pr war average. Counting the American, Allied and German-Austrian crupe, aa wall aa tha neutral, the U. H. Food Administra tion baa ratlniNted Ilia) tb world shortage created by Km light crop of 1V17 1018 la al leeat tbre and a naif Million ton. That lb 191T-1UIS ceoy oi can eug ar waa two million tone In eiceaa ef the previous yar doe not teller tha general ehortag. Cut and Java produce onbalf of tha waild cane crap, and tha Java aug ar ...

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 August 1918

if? J3 4' VOL. 2, NO. 11C. C.WU.SIIAI), XKW MU3JCO, MOXDAV, At'GlHT 21, 1018. f.1.00 Year, 00c. Month, ftc. Copy i i it 4 i British Ma Ily Asmielated Press. Kxtendlng the Plcardy battle line far to the north Into Artolii sector, the Ilrltlsh launched an attack this inorninR In the Scarpe region east of Arras. This attack may he considered a new development of the terrific battle east of the Ancre river, which has been going on face last Wednesday. The lirltlsh war office reported Rood progress In the new Attack which la In an area where the nermann hold strongly fortified linen and which has been held by them for the yast two years. South of the Cojeul river the British seemingly ha.ve encountered a slight setback, for today's reports show they are fighting west of re gions where the battle was said to be going on yesterday. Ilapaume Is being slowly pocket ed by the nrltlsh. Favreulll, which Is a mile wid a half northwest of Papaume, was taken by the nrltlsh and Mory was also tanen....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 26 August 1918

TSiEveningCurrcnt 8. L. iVrrjr, L'dltor and Mgr. Knteied aa abound class matter April 16. 1917, at the post office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, ' under the Act of March 3, 1879. 1'ubllshed daily, Sunday excepted, by the CailHhad I't i nti Die Co. Mrmlter of Tim .mim lated Frets. Tin' AttMiM luted I'm'hi in exclusive ly entitled to the use Tor republica tion of all ih-wm dispatches ercditci) to II or no! utli-i w ihc credited In this paper itiid tilso the local ncwi published heicln. K lilMv INM KAM IJ LIW t ll.tM.I.H. New Mexico State Council of De tinue, Sauta Fe August 17, 1918. To tho County Council or De feuso und to ineiiiheiH ol the, Coun ty Iegal Committees: The Council or National Defense ba asked that wo cull your atten tion to Hid recent chango fh the War-Klsk Insurance law us It uf focta the amount und pivyuuit or allotment tud ullowunceM. 4 the past a compulsory allot ruent made by an enlisted iiian to Ma wile and childieu vailed accord ing to his rJik and pay. The a iiiount...

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 August 1918

IfltS KVUMNU ;t'KIUCNT. IIONDAV, AL'CJUHT M, LOCAL NEWS n. w. business Mexico. Tanslll left Saturday on a visit to Tucuuaarl, Mew Wins Aurella Sellards has boon In Malax for the pant week visit ing the Henderson family. I4.0 H. Fosom wan abuslnesfl vis itor to the upper, valley the lust of the week, spending v. few la h in Koswell. (Man Llklns, son of Mrs. Tom Tope whs operated on yesterday for a ruptured appendix at the Slitr hospital and is getting on nil right at thin time. I Mrs. Hi'.m Hull nnd non. who have been iHltrtiK in Carlsbad at ' the homo of Mm. Hull's sister. Mrs. C. II. Shannon, let L for their home In Hig Springs, Texan. Of the twenty myu called to fill F.ddy county's quota, the follow. In have been accepted and will en" train tomorrow night for (itnin Pike, Arkansas. They leave on the-r v o clock train and our cltlions are urged to be on hund at the court house and accompany the men to the station. The drum coipa will probably be present! Kail P.ugcno Oonuldson Chiu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 26 August 1918

BEST FILTERED GASOLINE Everybody is buying jjas at our new Howser 5-gallon strode gasoline pump just installed very recently. We sell nothing but the highest grade of FILTERED gas olinc and the price is right. Stop your car in front and wc will do the rest. Yours for service, Southern Auto Company Phone 30. oon the etace nave oeen otrwq to keep Buffalo factories going. rf ef the current from the new hydn riant will be available for America! Industries, but only thoe engaged 1 war work, Blr Adam has announced. Under the treaty between Canada Great Rrltaln and the United Stat the diversion of water on the Cnnadla) side Is limited to 80.000 ruble feet i second. The ttinlt on the America aide la 20.000 feet. Canada already haa authorized tin diversion of all hut fl.0"fi cubic feet o her allotment. Under M'Winl wnr pet mlt the Amor I ran ro:.ip:m1ca are alw within a few hundnd feet of the! limit. The new ehnnnel will carry off abou 10,000 cubic feet of water a second This will necessitat...

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. — 27 August 1918

C lie JkveMfi CAItl.SllAD. WAV MI -XI CO. Tl LSDAY, AKJtST 27, 1018. I'O Year, Mc. .Month. fc i'opf YOL. il, NO( 117( If If 1 ' r Allies Capture ye Uy Associated Tress. The French are once more ad vancing nea.r Iloyeand successes near Stniark, one mile southwest of Ttoye, are being recorded today. Many tieiman counter attacks liavc been repulsed la thin region. Ilrtween the Allette liver Hnd the Alsne river the French have repulsed counter attacks and ad vanced their line three quartern of a mile east of Hugneux. This ad vance should bring C.eneral Mang In'a armies nearly north of Jovlgny Uy Associated Frees. SinuHlttiiK through the Cicim.iU lines III the hut tie Held of northern Flcardy, the llrltish have reuched the western, and northern outskirts of Itapaiime. The official state ment from London shows slow hut continued progress )rl of the line, far to the north, Homme the llrltish fly Associated Pi'cs4. Furls. Auk. 27.- Fm ll.IXt' t'Uptlllfd the ImVfl it'll of troops Itoye. V. S...

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. — 27 August 1918

ThaEveningCurrcnt H. Is. Perry, Editor and Mgr. Entered as second class mattei April 16, 1917, at the post office At Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of MiiitIi i, 1870. I'ubllahvfl dally, Sunda) excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing to. Member of 'I'll A sooth ted press. The Associated Press la exclusive ly entitled to the use for republica tion of all news dispatches e red i tit to it or not otherwise credited In this paper ami also the local new published heieln. Local Hoard, Cailhad, New Mex ico: Cintl.-iiHMi ; Inning the lour dn period beginning September .'lid and t ihIiiik September tith. our - it n t will Ik called upon to entrain under Call 1 :: . lor C.nup Howie, Foil Woitli, Texas, ten to npoit lo the t (tin iti a rul t ii k ulfleer. niil.t white, rl.i-i iiiic iu u and iiicri in Cionp c pl h .illy qualified or hpe.,.. o! 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 in 1 1 -Itniy Miu.e nir in . iiidu'-lfd uinler IIih call. , In llllih,: this call l.o'id lio.ir.is hhoiild p.ii t our mid not iii.lu.i regi...

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