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

IlltS 1CVHM.NO CI'HItK.VI. MONDAY, 8 FIT. O, 1018. LOCAL NEWS Albert Johnson is ud trom Mack liver today. J. Kpteln, of Itoawell. wan regis tered at the Crawford Sunday. A. .. Smith, county agent spent most of the day In Malawi on business. an intluistino MJTTHIt l. V. Mustek In In attendance at) court thin week coming from Lov-I Ington. ; W. U. Shutturk from Queen, cttme down from there Saturday af tei noon. The lluikey family In In town to day from their ranch home, south of town. Wells Itetison and Ned Shattuck, who went out to Oueen. Saturday, returned last night. William Iteed will attend the N. M. M. I. again this year. going up to Koswell thin morning. The following letter was written by Morgan Hardin, to his mother, Mrs. 11. i.'ardln, Junt after the trouble with the Mexicans at No Mien. Morgan volunteered last May and was sent first to Douglas and then to Nognles. He Is a It on well Institute boy, and Is quite younK and his parentn ate Juntly proud of him: Nogales, Arizona. ...

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 September 1918

iui,ii;ti. anti-samxn m:(U i:. Alhuhiiorque, N. M.. Sept. 9. At a i lit meeting of the state hoaid nf trustee ol llM' Allti-Sa-. ... Ir.iL'iif i nu-iica. depart incnt of New Mexico, the following new ii i in !' r h were added to the I. ..nil ;i. V. i:. I.ind.-iev; Mun. KW'Iihi.I II. II. unit end llnti. Clur enc I. Ilulull- J ii. I mi- (if till' Su inline mint; lion. Antonio l.uei-io, m th tin i Male; Hon. Jonc Sena, oli iff li'ik "f the supremo mint, A MOPlHPD CIIKMT 1'liAX. Tin- people of Carlsbad, Mexico are using the war plan, mul have been for a tutu-, and it works well for New client lon them. IBHRRIIR a txl Hon. Ii. I, t'ruccn. It i t election that tin1 liev l llii- leucm- tii'l'll MO M.C '.'.'.I III ill been t-ti I ! ii 1 1 adder Yoiiiu'. of be nut i In intcip.irtisan who hairh tin- tlJt I In in I -an !i iin the h-illon of these new members, i tlii-.v being i i i i it 1 1 y divided between, democrats anil M publicans. The hnhi mi'i lueiubei h of tin1 hoard , mi-: S. Alonzo Pl...

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 September 1918

VOL. 2, NO. 120. citi,sit ad. m;w mi:.h. ii imhv, skit io. huh. fiiEN 19 and h ma 0 TR rn s.l .: , i :. :.i nuoT Uy AHUoclatoil rrcflfl. 'lly AH-oilati-d Pith. London, Si-nt. 10. "Wo hnve London, Sit. 10. Tin' (Jormans !.i.-M'. tliioiii:li iiiaiiv daik day, ij In n d n counter y-Hloiday n plono io tllCHO Hill tjl'IT l;iuih iosillotiH won bv tin? Iirit- turn." Paid VI Id Maitdial Hair. Mi. -f of Coimaucom t. ll.ik i'.n conimandor In chief of Ilrltlnh fore-. nt.nn. i d that the mem asuaultwaH in an order of day. The c om- mmphtily repulsed. luander then Fay: "Tho ciu-my has now fp"iit hi -4 rTn-t . Hy Associated Th-mm. Tat In Sept. lo. South of St. London, iuit. In. Capture l.v Qnontln tho French todnv captured Hrltth of Heunty Ihe thousand lly Associated I'h m, l'. -M..iat.d iiluiioni t and pion'Htird toward pilsoners nnd Povcn hundred mult a-hiiu'ton, s. pi ailinio V. , m it. s, u i,, x lllnnoomt arid lany-I.e-Orahde, lit' ty piih In four wee ks Is nnnounc ' i oi ii.n nm mom , , ..'...

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 September 1918

TheEveningCurrent1 y . I . 1 1 . IMiIhi- and MKr. i;i.l'l as j,'IMIl ll.IsS llHttJT Anil! 1. I'1 IT. ht tin- post j IT at Cai l.slcul, N"'-w Mexico, under 1 1 A'-t f M.k'i ::. !"!. Published d.nly. .-'ti'I.ivm pt tl, by tho Ciii M'.i I muting ili iiiiii r ni I ho .M'liii' I'revi, TiM .' 't I'M l-S i. CM lllriiM'- y ri,ili"i l'i th" it. In: I jm Id H'.l tion 1 ..II i" .. 1 1 -I Ik H (!it-.j to it no; i-tli iwi.-i- cicditcd In till I'.iJ" I . i r . 1 ,i-o t i l. ,U K'Wg l.lllll -I,-' 1 l.enln. , imi.n.ii i, i iti : 1 1 : o. i in; i;i.mv in Mi." Am an example tin w tin' Y 1 -, low lnK app'-.us to tin1 public tllO IoIIomiiu: Zoological Tn-atlse han been composed from exin cukIoiis of opinion oiced in the thousands of communications addii'Hscd to Henry JTMiik (lodge, loundii of ttiu Na- tlOtl-Wlde linni'llll'llt to HlllltMI'SH tho j spicad of mi ni) pioiai:nmla Mr. j Ji.mU'I- lI' lllK'il till tllOllL'lltU-HH Am-1 I Iran w ho circulated llnn-lm il lie-j as Y ellow Dig and III description ...

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 September 1918

mt. ki;mm( ctimii.vi. tii:siay, ri;it 10. iwih. LOCAL NEWS Jark (ialther inent attending Is In from rourt. Monu- F. W. Howell was registered at u local hotel this week from Ills home ut Lakewood. Mr We.rren (iossctt and 1 u it k l t -I'd Mis:; Violet, ft this morning for San Antonio, Texas, wluro Miss Violet will Miter Wctmore col lege a Hfhool for voung ladle. Mi, (iosssetl has planned to re turn to Cailsbad as soon an her daughter Is comfortably settled, In T health being much Impaired lately and she needing a complete rent. Anisleidaiii, Sept. 10. An ex change of views between the cen tral poweis and the entente allies wim tentatively suggested by llaion Iluilan, Austro Hungrhui Fomgn minister, In an address with visit ing Herman newspaper men, aciord Inn to u Vienna dispatch. i Francis (ialton will eae t.omnr row Tor Miami. Ariz., where he ex pects to enter Hchool. Ills father,' Howard (ialton and two brother, I .lohn and Harold arc alnwlv In ! Miami. Fraud ha been employed I In...

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 September 1918

111 siMiss iuNsrri:i at thi: l i . m ( m it i ir ( iiim v ro. l. i ION. Miiiiil'" ol ut muriatic (ip.inl) on t ration lit li in Ciii Isbud, l.n.j roui.lv, .Ni w .ii Aim, nil S it Inlx I t!i, MiiIiIik I'liviii'il al 2 ' ! ., ji. ri. iiii'l wa- iv.lled In in d' l I... ;-. I, .- : nun-, Ji , wliu p iiil tin' i. ill Hi tt.i i nil xi ntum jiml i.il- It'll I'M MM, l . I I ll'IM (III ! MlH.ll .11 ih.iiliii.nl. .1. '. . . I in-I I nli Will III. I ll ri, i . , , I I i 1 1 i li I, .1 In I. mil 1) 'I'lit li, tlii'- III X . i. I i ' I I 1 1 ' ' 'I Wilv' Hull ji11 ' " '" mil'' i n.i I mil liil ;('! PI. ii.i, ami iiu luitliir iiuiii i hat ion bt'lli I, i. till' !,' W.l i I ' I il H lH" t.n. Mim"I I iy IU.iK" iMi.l ncomltd by J low ,1 ' I tll.ll .Il.lll ..ppnllll II (lllll 1 1 1 1 1 1 i I II ti' mi ill ill n 1 1 a I . Mil lion (. IIMII. .1. li, ll lllllll, II. ('. li i i ,,ml .Ml. Aim. .1,1 ,i i' i'i. nl i '- a i hi ,i i,i i ! i ' I'm i i ii ' ii 1 1. 1 1.-. Ii.i h. i .i i m I- i... ii John W. A i...

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. — 11 September 1918

C iirrent 4 VOl,. 2, NO. 121. caki.siuo. m;v mlako. vi:hm;may m;it. it. hum. . to Ye;ir, 00c. Month. .V. Cp IMPORTANT ENEMY POSITION OUT FLANKED - ATTACK IS REPULSED PETROGRAD REPORlEO IN FLAMES; PILLAGE AND MURDER UNCHECKED Jib 1 1 Associated Press. With American Forces on tho Alsne Sept. 11. The Hermans were yesterday evenlnir still attack Inc Mont. House plateau with dca perate determination. Loses of the enemy the last three days h appallintr. The Itt itlnh f.re acaln moving forward today toward the Illnden bnrK line and In one sector they nre still some distance front It. Some progress was made In the Herman region where the llrltlah nie closing In upon St. Quentln from the north, while the French ate pushing up from the aouth. Further north the llrltlah have gaJned a foothold In the towna of Pel.ler and Kpasy, which are 2 xk miles from the Hlndenhurg line op posite La Calnllat. The Germans nre resisting strongly here aa thla section of the line forma part of the defense of Cat...

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. — 11 September 1918

ThiEveningCurrent j GHAPLAHi WOULD EXTERMINATE FOE S. L. IVrty, Ldltor and Micr L'ntricd aa second clasa matter April Ifi. 1917, at the post office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March H, 1879. I'ubllahi-d dally, Munduts excepted, by the Carlsbad I'i luting L'o. XlfiiilMT of I In omm lulcil Press. Tin AitMiriat d I'lfhH Ih excliitdvo ly tit l'l in tlx- une lor icpublira- tlOII Ol all IICW A (Ji.Jl.ltt lll'H ll (llt'il to It OI' I.Ol otlolWIre CHllltld III tli lit paper and a I no (lie local news published heiciu. Declares Germany Should Bo Devastated for Cruelties Perpetrated by Army. WANTS BERLIII DESTROYED JStlloVll. ItAMvs M mi; i itu i;rv iiomh ' lomptiollcr ol tin- niiiciiry J made an iiitcicMIni; atulcmcnl i i 'Mix part tlx1 national bank i'l ! In tit- tlnce Llheity Loan. lie npoitn that lli.uuo, 000,000, h 1 1 1 1 ! nunc t Ii4.n dull ol the ag-i-KKalf 1 Ih- loans. uukmciI thru n.itionU hauk channel. Jly lar ll.- KM'it'i jiail ot HiIh wuk al Milled b) IlKlM Id II. i...

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. — 11 September 1918

IHK KLMM. M ltllCM. UIDNLSDAY HUlT. II. 101A. LOCAL NEWS Mis Lorotiiv Hjaii la assisting In the work or the National Dank r Carlsbad. Ianlel Lowcnbruck. Ovle Hrev es and Ld Petska fri In Uoswell the first of the week. Wnlcr Longbottom and sh.ter were 111 town thin week from Cor sica na, Texas. They were en route to points went expecting to visit point in California and other itat es, befoie returning to Corslc.ina. Carlsbad people me always glad to hear of an honor heatowed on one of our girls, and Is pleased to learn of the complimentary dinner given to honor Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Garrett at the home of Mrs. Frank Miser, in I,ovington. A private let ter received in Carlsbad m:ivs th uf faJr was very pleasant and much enjoyed by those prcscut. Joseph Tow ell, Krandson of Mr. .and Mrs. J. J. Heals, was taken to i:ldy county hospital Inst night Buffering from appendlcltia. An op eration was performed at once und Joseph seems to be vetting uloag all right at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Win, 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. — 11 September 1918

WEARS GAS MASK OVER COOK STOVE Woman Makes Chocolate ar.d Other Dainties for Men on Firing Line. Five aeroplanes com ing Watch for the date. AID TO REDFIhLD SHE GIVES THE HOME TOUCH Calls It Prlviltgs to Talk to Boys, 6eca That They Are Well and Happy and That Thslr Clothes Ars Wht. By ROY 3. DURSTINE. ! Paris. Nome day tho Mory of what ' Amerlrnn women have done over hern In Franco will be written. People I will hear, tlifu. about the women who re coo kin it and tinkltic for the Amer ican boys with their helmets and gaa ' iiih kn on I lie shelf, licit the baking powder can. They will learn of fcjie (itMinl heroine who, se nothing re markable In making hot -lnn-tlnle In shuck where the rnlu ami the snow come In on thtu through fresh shell holes In the roof. One of the women people will hear i about will hu Mrs. Clara Simmon. ; She In as close to the front line , here as any wouihii In permitted to go. For tunny days, during the nrtlve fighting Just over the hill from her, she wmk th...

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 September 1918

Evenin irreei. VOL. 2, NO. Viil. VMUMWIK Ni:V MtlAlt'O. I IIIIMV, SLIT. . HUH. .im Year. WU . Month. JV. I fy The C Americans Capture Over 9,000 Prisoners and Advance 8 m:(.ismno titovi: v.t.xu: i:stivi ti:m. ai. Miles1 Ily Annoclatcd Press. With American Army In Lor raine, Sept. 1.1 General Pernhing'a troops continued their steady ad vanre against the St. Mlhlel noJIent throughout last night. They reach ed and even panned objective net for them. Priaoners continue to pour in. The Americana pushed a head all along the front except at one point. They were met with Ion resistance th.n they had ex pected. The Cermann made only one counter attack In an attempt to Mem the onrnshlng tide of en thunlantlc Americana. The Her mann, hovveer. began their protec tive barrage too early. They ga.ve the Americana warning what waa coming and General pernhlng'a men were completely prepared Tor the counter attack when It Matted. a v iti to patmoxm or Clt.WYI Oltl TIIKATIIK. Minn I la i key wan up fro...

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 September 1918

r of (lie many States, cmi ST.. 000 nun, drilled, tiain- i.irrri it i com a mh,ihu imy. With tin- Colors." Little llork, Atk.. Camp Hike, frpt. 7, 19 18 Tin- Cailsbad :i i r it, Carlsbad, New Mulco: l.ddy nmnty boys at Camp Hike an makiiiK uoud. i:ver man has Iiasifd all f xamlnitions and now wcais khaki iif of tin- Kddy ounty boy, Jan. i In jar. hux been made net i nt: nem-nut m 111 section iiikI stands khimI chances of quick promotion. tMhfi haf attracted III.' iittitilion ol thill nlTlccis and lio doubt will net Into something good. l',iin) I i k Is one camps In tli" I intcil tainini;. now, oxer where they a if bring il and baldened to lie tlnown Into t In- alli-d liont, pii paiatoi x to the spring puisuit ot thf Huns. And, leudeis ol tin Cuirent, yon tn ii Ht ifM hki"uihi not a man among um will tiiin our haiks to tin- Huns To Hff n 1 1 1 alter mil of barracks - and new niHK being built to Hff Ihf miiKci'M or men. to know the inoralf. is not to doubt wlio will win this war. Mfii...

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 September 1918

TIIK KVKM.NU CUIUIHNT. I ItlDAV, 8 KIT. 13, 101. LOCAL NEWS AT THE BASE HOSPITAL, FT. SAM HOUSTON I). Ilurdette, from the head of Segrist draw Is in town, coming from hlH Ijoine yesterday on a lit tle business vtnit. I,ee Keller, who Is In the Nu.vy and stationed Ht San lMego, will ar rive in Cailsbad tonight, on a fur lough, he having some business heie to look after. Mrs. lid. (iray and daughter, of L'uiro, Illinois, cnioute to Uoswcll, were between tl mJuh visitors in the city yesterday. . - - -- it m .mi 1, mlmm Mummm ii iiiiii.iii - - - .y...Y. I L.... , . . . - - Ifl: " y ' ;v "-'" nil " irrritJ u 1 ,' . ; I fi't " "" . i v ...,- h. 1: i,s,:, L- s 'innsrsv '1 Mih. Kinney ilecd and hod, Mai tin l.orlng, were passengers south till 4 MOItlillK, KDIHk to 1'eCOS. but iXpccliiiK to letuin oil the evening t'a'.n. MlH. Allison l"eice. or I!im' II Who has been at U.i Crnwloitl, bit t II in looming loi 1'eciih. 1)1. Cn I piM-i spent u couple of da)M In Koswcll thin wci k ui I) u.i Iness...

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 September 1918

t CLEARING CAMP FOR U, S. AIRMEN Stars and Stripes Float Over Largest Aviation Grounds in England. Five aeroplanes com ing Watch for the date. Iiilcturcs nUrn the walls, mid thcrc'a !n much-overworked phmo that gronn J ! under to much American ragtime. i Here the young officers sing, dunce nnl bunny hug with each other while our if their number bnngn the y.!inc. There's n plentiful supply of Ameri can newspaper and inngurlnea Hi re. also. FINISHING TOUCHES THERE Evary Mtmbar of American Flying Service Mutt Pais Through This Camp En Rout From Amtrica to Franco. Somewhere In England. From the tiptop peak of Mi highest hill on the highest ground for mile around thin historic village lluttcra the .stars and Stripes over the largest American aviation I'uiiip In England. Stretched over an arcu of about a tnll iiml h half square, the camp ao rommodatea about 3,W Yank airmen, mechanic mid private In the avia tion aervlce. Far, far below In the tallcy lie the village, with Ita quullit old Ki...

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 September 1918

Jlhe Evenmg Cmreiatj VOL.. 2, NO. 121. vAltl-SltAll. Kv MLXKX). HATUtHAV, iET. 14, 10IK. SYMi Year, H'K Month, fir. p AMERICANS CAPTURE 20,000 GERMAN PRISONERS AND THEY CONTINUE TO COME IN - FRENCH GAINING .U TO ltM)ITH TLIIHOIUZINO roi.o. sritiNt; ami ii;nkk. Hy ;Asaoclated 1'ress. London. Sept. 1 4. General 1'er shlng'a troops In the St. Mlhlel see tor have Increased the number of Ofrmana captured to 16. 000. An attack hy French foreea In the di rection of the forest near Cucy, at the aouthern end of St. Oobuln maa aif, la progressing satisfactorily t h If morfll&f1 South of Ailette. the French, Captured Mont lesnlgea, Al temont; atd Sancy. French forcea also reachwl the edge of Valty on the Alsne river. French also ad vanced between 1 and 2 inllea on an 11 mile front. An attack we launched by the French thin morn ing at five o'clock. Herman count er attacka against the French ad vancing on the Ailette river appear ed week. althoiiKh the enemy front line wan strongly held. Her...

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 September 1918

A M t-iliilKH Ol mUie tllfJl Oldl Iiai) in.tiiri lu CtHbii peo.nej OtCUIICu ill rtnO IVCellli, Oj WIlUII .'Urn ..lt)C lillll'dOf JiOU- ?lt Occ ' ' ol llll'MVl' Wollllih. l tll.it tit). llie I; I fit' in till lAl'l) COllll!) fclil, t lt- uaii.iuei ot Ml. wil l j aus. ijeoine i.oiiei Is, who luiicm-d i ui town, minim; then liom the .S.ti i uiiit'iit'i". .iik Jtobi'iln and' ini.iMii Haw 1 1 i-ti 111 tiif r.iH til; loi some iai uml it m.ii lln-ie .Ml. ami Ml. WolllllK met, J u v t ! ami mail Mil. '1 he bmlc Is h ix'tMit ii ill Kill ami has many WisiieM Im u liai) Dial 1 1 (I 111,! Ju l old lionds ami school mat'- ' ill C.illsbatl reuiembei UiK ht-l Willi Mil ii lion. Ml. Willing 1 lillkllOWII lH'IC, lull Ih one ul I In Sam's soldiers, klulioncd at hull Miss ami is' said I Ik be a wti th) )ouiik man. Ala) Mil fenoil attend Nil. hihI Mm. I.aw- lemc Wniriiit;. I t At the Thursday lalK" uml ICCCpllOU Woodmen Ciu h' inectini; iniilit tli' K.t tendance Wan all an unnements lor the ill ln iHit...

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 September 1918

TIIM F.VKMNO CUKKKNT. NATUIHAY, HKIT. II. 191. LOCAL NEWS F.d. Burleson la down from Queen. Mr. and Mr. Otto F.ngel are In from the Dublin ranch this week. aTom Mlddleton Is in town today from Queen, where hp runs the store. Fred Sohermayer la down from Queen, routing to attend court. I Chariot. V. Ileeman Is up from Malaga today. Kay Solada.y, express agent, left Friday niornlriK for l'ecos, whore he spent the day. Carioll Hamilton Is in today from his ranch in tlv mountains went of town. Jark Horn, who registers from .Van Horn, Texan, wuh in town yes terday ultendiiiK to business matters. V. H. Hairoon, of Malaga. Ik In town Irom hi holding In the low er Valley. Cranvllle A. lU.idy, or Otis, spent a couple of days in Itoswell thin week on lul ih'hh. Joe I'lowman is In town tod;.y comlnuf lotu nar Kl I'm so Cap and transacting business in the county neat. Kdwln Stephenson and wife have moved to town and are at present at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Hay Soladay. W. II. Wilson, ...

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 September 1918

lOlso.N MAY mXTIMMi WOltST moot complete absence of wrell nxr or ami:mia irrrox. IWdl Weevil IMHMiNNr llefoee. crnl llntoiivdogUt' Ameiilcnl. t'ontiol of collnn boll seem to be In a fair way compllshment t tlx woik entomologist or (lit t'nltcd )epqitment of Agriculture. Winn that insidious pest, ha been taking heevy toil wecv Of HC- of un State which of the 'denuge In all- of . the cotton In which teta had been planned. The experiment, therefore, could not be J conducted under the desired con dition of heavy weevil Infestation - Nevctthi le", the result ronfhmcrl those of the preceding two yearn, 'lint still 1 f t many gaps In the in formation essential to on t II n f n k a ucin-rcJ procedure for weevil pois oning. On one of the heavily In felted area u gain wm made of cotton crop mid annually extend-' ,.,. rt.tl ,n ht, prB),Mi rotton j ing Mining giounos, hm.hs in m,,,. ,nal Mwn tn. ,,spraed work of pnucluiing cotton square U.u, and boll, and Minblea forth to A nmit.,. of cxpci Ime...

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. — 16 September 1918

le ELvenins Qainrenfc H,. 52, NO. ISM. CAItLMi.U). M:V MKXItO. MUMMY, l'AT. HI. 101. ;VM Year, 00c. Month, fie. Copy f GERMANY OFFERS SEPARATE PEACE TO BELGIUM AUSTRO - HUNGARY WISHES PEACE CONFERENCE-PEACE OFFENSIVE NOW IN FULL SWING OFFENSIVE BEGUN AUSTRO-HUNGARY BY ALLIES IN WRITES PEACE MACEDONIA NOTE. lly Associated Preaa. London, Sept. 16.- Forelun Sec retary Palfour, In Rlvlnj: his per sonal view of th Austrian pence note In the Journalism. sa.id: " " 1 1 j I Incredible that anthlnt( ran com of thin proposal." ! It has been learned today thut while Austila wuh preparing the, note to belllccrcnt Hicainst the Central Power wishes proposing that thoy meet In Informal peace discussion, (ierinany wan making an offer of separate peace to lc Klnm. It haw heen announced to day that IIpIkIiiiii m approached with n proposal that If ("lie would remain neutral dmlnir the re mainder of the war. (Ierinany I ready to withdraw to the frontlet that were violated In August. 1!1. It In helleved...

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. — 16 September 1918

(IIGIIT BOMBING RAID DESCRIBED Giant Machine Makes Success-' ful Attack on German Rail- ' way Depot. ; i EXPERIENCE IS THRILLING High Above Enemy Barrage and Searchlight! Plane Winri Way In J Darknei Till Lights of Objec tive Form Target. Du riDT daiii nrueuro London. 'l ln ulisrrvrr Milled 1 1 1 fit- t M-lf lit'sl'lf I lie Hot In Hi.' Id); l.i.mlf : hit; machine. On cither ide tin cn Klm-M roared Mnii!'l"roii-.ly. The luna wan ulvi n it m I ln machine moved for ward, turned into the wind mid ru-ln'l IHTox tin1 KTllxx Into .' til in nllil. II iiiTmmI swirtly in wlilc circle, iin-1 In-low could In- MTii tlif film cofintn side where n fi'v Mallei cd light twinkled. Far in ilu rluht hiy h wlndim: river, like a thread ..f all vit rllil.i.n. Itcxide tin' hWmt rll.lxiii, nearly miles away, lay the tier. Man low n which formed (Ms nL'lit'rt objective. In front of ilio two airmen irlownl tin phnxphoi-f xcent dials nf the re t'ttnlliikf Iiin riiiiniiH. Sunn h,.y rotf tMercd MlUli ll'llt licl...

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