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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 27 August 1918

lltM liVK.MMi CUIUtENT, MONDAY, AWJU8T 27, 101(1. LOCAL JtfEWS Dr. W. It. Hill end wife, of AqulUu, Texan, have taken room with Mn. Illgglns, and may decide to upend the winter In Carlsbad. Thomas ' Hnbeit and Thomas Dresser, of the Itoswell Hardware Co.. are down from Koswell thin week Installing the steam heat In the high school building. Sam Seay, second trick operator at the Santa Fe station resigned bis position here and left Satur day night Tor Vaughn. New Mexico. A parly from e ft to. Texan, at the Palace Sunday, consisted of J. II. Mill and wile. J. K. Mllih and Misses Essie and Allle Mills. Chailv Weir n.nd wife, J. E. Weir, wile und baby mr m town from Monument. Chuilc-4 Weir Is one of tlie selected Mien who leave for Camp Pike tonight. U 1 1 - - - Ed IhiiloHon Is in town from bin ho i no at tJtucn. Mr. Iltiilexon riiiiii'ii i.nn nlli r 111"! i'iu'i:i", tliiit ii.x given him 10 much trouble. tills Im II 111) tl.llil lllp Ik has made after it. Tlx tains in hlssei tlon liu b...

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. — 27 August 1918

BEST FILTERED GASOLINE Everybody is buying gas at our new Bowser 5-galIon 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, true education ta what we want and to which we should asplre.The 'extension work wan Inaugurated In .New Mexico in 1914. witn nix pro feasor; It now number over one hundred lender In ill linen of work. Men Calle.1. Southern Auto Company I'hone HO. I,et everyone who can fco to the station tonlMit at ft o'clock to nee the t t h off. (live them a fcood send off inn I let them know their KoitiK is appreciated by thosn they leji.xe behind. Km I Kutene lonaldson Chiule Weir 1'uIIIhiii Stetllnc Hrown Robert It ii 1 1 1 11 Knolen Judson S. Perry Hubert V. Roberts f.eo. K. I'ooper Sidney Vernon fJeoiRfl t'hailc Montgomery Jeff liowmnn Jan. Itujac William T. lloHwell J.nska Cooper Swndley Holmes Wanted: Hoard in private 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. — 28 August 1918

C VOL. 2, NO. 118. CAHLHUAD, KV MKXICO. Vi:iM:sAY, AKJl'HT JW, 1018. $5.00 Year. Oc. Month, n. py. German Lines Give Way in S Salient Noyon Probably m Possession of Allies omme lly Associated Press Wednesday Auk. 28. German forces southern Plcardy battle f runt un today retreating hurriedly out a will riont. Alter the captureof Itoyc, yesterday by French lorccs, the German front linn completely crumbled. Tin linH which have 1m M buck tlx French and Hi itttHi for the put Iwii weeks Hi e I nut kMhk way (i.ti)t today's official re pot fa show that the French aio now on line less than three mile went of .Sum me liver canal. Thirty Jllage )ia o been cap tured hy the French In their ad Vance, which Mai ted lust Tuesday p.t Chaulncs, which has been cap tured, ami many other vital point have been taken from the rctiiliiK iifiiiy. While the French haw been smashing the cncniy'n front Along the Chaulnes-ltoyo line, the. Hrltlsh have swung forward, cast of Arieas North of the Arras-Ca.m-bral r...

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. — 28 August 1918

ThaEvcningCurrcnt S. U Terry, Editor and Mgr. hall. Including restaurants, for the use of federal employees In Wash ington. It la expected that the flrst unlta will be ready for oc cupancy by Iecmber. The room registration office state that It la able to provide accommodations In the meantime. T. HILL, Secretary. Entered a second class matter April 16, 1917, at the pout office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, uoder the Act or March 3, 1879. Tubllshed dally, Sundays excepted, by tb Carlsbad rrlotlnK Co. notici; of mlittim;. i !Fr Sale alrtnbrr of llie Associated Pre. The Associated Tress la excluslve 1 entitled to the use for republica tion or all hewn dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited la this paper and also the loeal news published herein. HAD SKWS lOlt lllillUN. ..Tin war id'h from the eastern State Tax Commission, Santa Fe, New Mexico, August 22nd, 1918. Thla In to clve notice of a meet ing or the State Tax Commission to be held beginning Monday, Hep tember 2nd, at 2 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. — 28 August 1918

TMK KVENINil CTitltE.VT. WEDNESDAY, AlXJL'ST f, 1911. V v LOCAL NEWS J. T. Oraham and C. E. Matt, of Denver, were registered at the Crawford com fog dowa from the north yesterday afternoon. . Litre McDonald waa taken very 111 at hi home in Lake wood yester day and a physician from Carlsbad waa railed to attend him. Mr. McDonald la suffering from acute Indication and la still a very tick man, although better, Mlaa Mildred Walters nan for a guest this week, Minn Serena Perry ofvArtesls, and the young ladlea are attending the teachers Institute. Miss Nell Eason, of LonnvleW, Texas, who has been visiting with friends In this city for aeveral daya left on the mornlDK train for her home. Affable and courteous. Mica Eason inakea friends wherever ahe Roes, and her return ould be a great pleasure to many In Carls bad. . , itS3 AT THIS l. ST I TIT 11 Meetings are becoming mora In teresting eh day at the High ncnooi building and are well at tended. The teachera were addres sed this morning by ...

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. — 28 August 1918

Y9 1 T 'T "JT " 9 FJ V 9 Tr y TW 7T 'jy r u- ir iy r nr i ir ir y y if ir jryr-m r ar OUR WORK STICKS StaSSXESSES V 9 LJ1 If you just want your car patch ed up, why most any tinker can sat isfy you. If you want it REPAIRED, re made, built up to full auto efficiency brintf it to us. WE DON'T HAVE TO DO OUR WORK TWICE-IT STICKS. When we give your car the once over and turn it out for service, you can bet your life it's "FIT" -in shape to give you satisfactory service. . The longer our work sticks, the JWtfer advertisement it is for us. 1 hat s one reason we take pains. And then, we like to do the square thing. We solicit your work. Carlsbad Automobile Go. 1 v ARIUE TELLS OF FIRST FIGHT Had Empty Feeling Inside When He Went Over the Top. BQCliE IS COWARDLY F13HTER when he wis going for on German th Boche yelled: 'Kamerad, It wife and ten children In Berlin and the murine Raid: 'If you went bark to Berlin there'd be ten wore children- to b with yon.' and rttnmed blm with hie bayonet." "...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 29 August 1918

Mae .-t r- VOIi. 2, NO. 110. cahlkii.U). m;v mkxico, tiiuhsdav, aiuist 20, una. .YM Year, fli. Month. .V. Copy IBAPAUIViSE AND NOYON N-HANDS OF lly Associated Press, j With The French Army In the Field, Aug. 29. Noyon w occup ied this morning by troop under On. Humbert. On. Mangtn's men crossed (he Oise river and took ' Morllncourt. The Firm French army took Quesnoy wood, went of the canal due north. The Wood wan strongly fortified and from It the (Sermans endeavored to check the French. The fall., of Noyon ronipi as u heavy blow to the Ger mans, who were thoiiKht to be planning to hold Noyon an the southern pivot of their line, which tuna north along the battle front of 19 IK. Noyon I on the right bank of the Olse river at confluence, of that Mien 111 nnd the Utile river Verso. South nnd cast- are large areas of flv.t lowlands along the Olse, while noith In n winding val ley. Southeast In Mount Henaud and Casslgny Massif, which domi nate the whole region. Nnvon In a great rallw.y a...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 29 August 1918

ThaEveningCurrent 8. L. Perry, Kdltor and Mgr. Kntered as second class matter April Iff, 1917, at (he -post office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March 3, 1879. 1'ubllahed dally, Sundays excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Co. GET INTO DEBT s 'm& IH3 It ii the Finest Thin? In the World, Provided You Do it in a (lood Cause Such as it.e Liberty Loan. t Sale MnnlMT of Tlio Anmn litted Pro. The AsHoriated Press la exclusive ly entitled to the use for republica tion of all ijhwb dlHpatches credited to It or not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local oewa published herein. w.isiiixaoN notin Waslilnxton, l. , Aug. 2s.- -The order issued by the director general of railroads demanding courtesy from th employees of the railroads will not have the effect Intended, according to some men formerly connected more cr less' with railroads. According to them the trouble comes over delayed trains, reduced accommodations and what under private ownership would bo considered no...

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. — 29 August 1918

line Kvic.MNo cuititK.vr, Thursday, aloust 20, tot. LOCAL NEWS Carlsbad, New Mexico. August 29 Generally fair tonight and Friday; not much change In temperature; Saturday probably fair. There will he public worship morning and evening next Sabbath at the Presbyterian church. The sermon subjects respectively will bi "Personal Confidence" and "The Kail or Satan." With the fir Ft of September the religious life and work nf the people are renewed In earnest, and all available are urg ed to attend and take part. Tor the present the hour or evening worship will be eight o'clock. Tom Mlddleton, Dolph HLattuck and Mra. Mary Montgomery are In town today from Queen. Mra. Dean Smith and baby, Dor- INSTITLTK NOTCH Well on, to two hundred teachers and othsrs were present at the High .School last night to hear Dr. D. K. Phillips, of Denver, talk on "Essential for Successful Teach ing not Found In nooks." While addressed mainly -to teachers there was no one there who could not profit from the flue...

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 August 1918

Majestic Ranges "St" Pratt- Smith mwk Hardware Co. Deering Mowers and Rakes John Deere Plow ",: vl'i:" IN Co. Implements rTMY!T?n a i Harness and . OfciNILKAL saddles HARDWARE International Gasoline Engines WORST FIGHTING OF WAR 111.1918 British Successes of 1917 Pale in Comparison to Latest Battles. DIG EVENTS OF FOURTH YEAR OUR STANDARD HAS BEEN SET The mere Mirchase of a mod erate ninount of l.iU'rty Ho ml, , HThl the payment of tuxes, with out protect docs not make up the whole duty of un American citizen today. Something fur (toojuT, fur-ther-rcAchinff in its ellect ia called for than, the lending or tfvinjr up of money under tho tK-t mre of popular demand or the attention of the tax collec tor. We Must ltrarh a Higher Standard of Living. We have lived altogether too much for oiireiven; for mate rial things. Henceforth our ob ject mut Ik? slowly hut surely to drive out the thought of vf, and to so order our personal and business Affairs that our Coun try, and the (Jreat Cause 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. — 30 August 1918

MS VOIi. 2, NO. 120. cm,sni. xkw mkxico, i niinv, AidrsT ao, ioi. a.VOO Yenr, MH. Moiilh, Ac. Cnpj OLD HINDENBURG LINE BEING SMASH ED BY VICTOROUS ALLIES MOONSHINERS ARRESTED AND STILL CONFISCATED BY GOVERMENT Uy Assolcatcd Pres With Ilrltlnh Army In France, Auk. 30.- Hlaches. on the south bank of the Soinme rlvrr and a mlel from Paronne, has b een cap tured today by Halg. The Ilrltlsh entered Lea Itoeufa and patrols panned through .Mortal to the aouth east. The Hrltlsh thin morning pushed forward In an easternly di rection from llapaumeand advanc ed north of Lens at one place a thousand yard a. Le Trwisloy wan reported captured this mornlnK. Uy Associated Press. London, Auk. 30. The Ilrltlsh eaat of Arraa resumed their ad vance thin mornlnK at an early hour and penetrated another 2,000 yard on a front of seven mllea between llullerourt and the Scrape river, according to advices received here early thin mornlnK. The Ilrl tlnh Vave reached within a mile of Drocourtqucant switch line,...

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 August 1918

THAt'HKIt INHTITUTH THfllS' fcjl DAY. Tt.. 1 . T.- J.IH n..,.(a Teschers Institute are drawing to clone; the last lecture will ' be given tonight by l'rof. Milne, of Albuquerque. I At tli" meeting last night Ml, Linn fatored the audit nee with a, fine nolo, a Nocturne by Llzst which : I ere I vert u hearty round of ap-l plausc. There were two lecture ' given, one by l'rof. J. I,. Du Flot, J who ably sntnt Ituted for It. 11. Cou-J ulna, piesMcnt of Canyon City Nor mal school and the other by Dr. Frank II. If. Hnherts, of Kant I,an Vegas. Mr. Du Flot talked on "Youth and Its Ideals," and urged upon all the necessity of apprecla tins the greatest opportunity In the history of the ages. "We are pars ing thru a great crisis; all resourc es of men. money and food are be ing poured Into the allied treasure; heart are nchlng aa never befbre; a.re we ready to take advantage of thla period of transition; are we able to bear tho weight of theae responsibilities when the time for reconstruction...

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 August 1918

nmM ! fc'uiw mm TIIM ICVKWINU CURMSMT, nUDAY, AUGUST 30, 19111. LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. i'aul Ate, Mr. Al bert Area and Louie Area are la town, coming from the Area ranch thla afternoon. Louie Area will leave at once for Meallla Park. M. L. Davis, west of town, .has finished threshing his alfalfa seed and finds the yield not as great as he eipected, aud not equal to the yield of other years. Kdwln Steph euon reports the sau:e result on his farm adjoining the townsltes. Mr. Davis disposed of Ms baled straw, to Henry Lange, who Is .shipping three car loads of it to Lever, of Uoswell, today. The straw brought Mr. Davis $20.00 per ton. Lleautlful pears, plums and other fruit Is In the market, much of It coming from the northern part of the valley, and our housewives are busy putting up their supply for winter use. Clyde Illnea left on the morning train for l'ecos, where his mother and sisters reside, after two days spent In Carlsbad with old friends. Clyde has finished his electrical co...

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 August 1918

i i REAS)YTOWEAR NJUfTIN THIS SECTION OF OUR STORE IS THE MOST NEARLY COMPLETE OF ANY DEPARTMENT AND THE GAR MENTS WE SHOW ARE AS GOOD VALUES AS CAN RE HAD ANY WHERE AT PRESENT. SERGE DRESSES.. $18 TO $30.00 SILK DRESSES ... $1 5 TO S50.00 COAT SUITS SI 9 TO S55.00 COATS SKIRTS i i i i i i i i SI 5 TO S17.50 SG TO SI 9.50 DO YOU KNOW ANY REASON VY YOU CAN'T HAVE ONE? JoycePruSt CjO. 41 We Want Your Trade" I.LTILIl IIIOM OIIltT 1 1 1 1 1- , ) m i..ie i.t.hIiu flipping sent slIOHNi:. fioni dinVrent Kansas unci MlHHUlirl Somewhere tn lh' Trenches, July papers, stating that the. H5th 1I- 28, 11)18. x imoii Is there. We are In u very My nearest Mother: quiet sector, and It hardly seems Well, I suppose, it In no news to j lik war. or course, every day you that 1 am In the trenches, und "I'llU" sends us over a souvenir, hav been for some time. Tlio or two, to let iih know that he la I HAVE JUST OPENED UP AN OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING PLANT - IN YOUR CITY AM EQUIPPED TO WELD MOST ANY BROKEN PART...

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 August 1918

He" Evemm 0 EHrreiiii, L VOIi. 2, NO. 121. iWltl.SllU). MJW MEXICO, KUTItHAY, AUUSX iii, 101HH. .Y0O Year. JOr. Month. 5c. Copy. MOUNT KEMMEL CAPTURED BY ALLIES-GERMANS RETREAT ING ON FLANDERS FRONT MAN POWER BILL SIGNED BY PRESI DENT. SEPT, 1 2TH, SET AS REGISTRATION DATE r Uy Assolcatcd Fres' ' ' Mount Kemmel, the heiichth dominating; 1 1 1 unlly all the north ern I.ys saJient In Flanders, la ataln In the hands of the lltltlsh uml then' arc evidences that the. enemy it-tieat from the I.yn ai lnt In belnK. accelerated, tin IJrlt-. Ish hallux taken Ilallleul, v well a Mount hill, to the cast and be inx in possession of th .hank of the I, awe river from Vlclle Chap elle, to Lcstic m, on the southern Bide of tho salient. In certain i t -hI sectors of thin battle e.re.i, tlx lliltisli have Kiilncd J I (tin line to two milv tluiiiiK th' )uy. Kioiu SolsSOlIK tO Alla, dcpciato at t' III pt H Ml.V tll' 4TI'II1 ', to cover bis retreat khmiis to hate broiiKht N pause for the Moment. At one o...

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 August 1918

ThiEveningCurrcnt L. Ferry, 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, Sundays excepted, by the Cailsbad 1'ilntlng Co. DISABLED SOLDIERS REFITTED FOR DUTY FIGHTERS OF TODAY, THE MACHINE GUNNERS Work of American Reconstruction Hospital Division Proves Highly Successful The sucoes attained by the recon Member of The AftvxlAled Frew. The Ahhik lat ( I'm-ss Is cxcluslvo ly entitled to the use fur republica tion of ull news dinputches credited to It or not otherwise credited In (his paper and also the local news published herein. WHAT VIM It hi I1M ItllTIONS MU AN. When you subscribe to a Liberty 1a)iu you subscribe to the senti ment that the world must be made sale for democrucy and suhpcrlhn to the fund that Is to make tho world safe for democracy. You subscribe to the belief thtt Innocent women and children no unarmed ships shall not be sent to the bottom of the sea; that ...

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 August 1918

Tim i:icn in (j cuimic.NT, hatuuday, aigimt si, tout. LOCAL NEWS Miss Vlda l'ue Is spending a hort time with relatives in the GuadalupeS. lingular services at Grace Epis copal church tomorrow; Sunday school at 10 o'clock; morning pray er and sermon at 11 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Y. A. Wright to day moved to living, where Mrs. Wright will teach In the public schools this winter. Miss Gertrude Lowenbruck will leave Wednesday ot next week for Douglas, Arizona, where she goes for the winter term of school. Reverend Allison, presiding elder of this district, will arrive in town tomorrow afternoon and will con duct the ' Quarterly Conference at the Methodist church In the after . noon and also preach at night. Joe Johns, of the Mercantile Co., Is taking a vacation and left this morning for Uisbee, Arizona, where his mother and other relatives reside. Mrs. Oscar Iiarber and five chil dren from ' Monument, spent the night lu the town and left on the morning train for the lower valley. I ihi: I...

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 August 1918

i.tui:vMi tocai-m The Lnkewood public schools will open Monday, Sjitmbe r 2nd, with Hi' following teachers: 1'iof. II. I". Collier, ptimipal; Mlfs Iless ye Mark, sixth, seventh nnd eighth grade; Mies I'hvllis Hitmbcit, third, fourth and filth k i nI'f ; MIsh Huby Mannini.', it lui a ry. Mis U. I n i n a r i ,11 nut teach at i lobe on account of there not betnn enough Children te Jllftify the MTfplnyifH'Ot of . teacher. The children who nie there will be lran!ei red to Lake wood. A number of ranis were riclvcd here Saturday announcing the safe nrrlvnl nvrwiiH of our Lakewood tMn: Mw'.vht Lee, W. I. Johneon, IMide Wilcox, Llvln Lloyd Ha nk In. All voluntecicd toMluht for l'nc Ham nnd l,:ik uim.l people ate coitcs pondintU piomi of them. S. II. Mitrhuci, who has liwn no Jonrntnu in Kansas nnd Texas since the it nth f May, tcturncd to Lnke wood Wednesday. Sam Jones, of Kocky, was a. s tor In Lnkewood Tuesday. (Scoim McHonald, fori (1'iiild, woo.', but strange to Tuesday of this week pas...

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 September 1918

Ma fcvaiMg Vl. 2, NO. 122. euti.siiAi). m:w mkxico. moxday, MciTiiMiiKit 2, 1018. t.1.00 Year, 60c. Month, ftc Copy. Telling Progress He by Canadian and British Troops Ily Associated 1'ievs. Telling progress was made today by the allies In a great battle on the western front when the Vatta cllan and Kngllsh, troop pierced the Drocourt-Queant twitch of tho II In- ( denhurg line, otherwise known an Wo tan linn. Jt wan up on thin al- ternatlve line, established berk of th main lllndenbiirg line, east of, Arras, that tho ('crman comiunnd was depending to hold the allied I urmlca off from Imual and Cwnbral and vital railway supply lines In ' the triangle formed by those two towns and Valenciennes. The Ilrif IhIi broke Into the Herman positions, bark of tho switch line on a two' mile front. They reached the out skirts of Cognleourt, two miles northeast of Queant and further north thep penetrated I Miry, mote thnn two miles east of the Wotan line. I lly Associated l'ress. ' Canadian Toils,...

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 September 1918

ThaEvcninsCurrcnt S. L. Perry, Editor and Mgr. show the spirit that ant mates our people and have served as exampl es to stimulate the whole treat body of Amet leans to nobler tasks. The glory of It all Is that labor has lsuJlzt-d the needs of our ar mies and our peoples and Its own relation to those necessities Labor accepts that responsibility enthus iastically, loyally. With our splen did army on the battlefields of Ev rope, reinforced by an efficient In dustrial army In America, militar ism Is doomed to defeat. Democ racy will be triumphant on earth. Entered as second class matter April 16, 1917, at the post office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Published daily, Sundays excepted, by tha Carlsbad Printing Co. ft MALTA KldXTOH a . . v i - sv w 4"F rAA a." Member of The Associated Pre. The Associated I'rcas la eicluslve ly entitled to the use for republica tion of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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