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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 21 September 1918

WINTER WAR GARDENS To stimulate the planting of -Winter War Gardens we will furnish the boys and girls the necessary material, sash, lumber and nails, at cost. PLANT A WINTER GARDEN I OFFERS HEW CURE FOR GAS GANGRENE G Wi. RICHARDS, LUMBER DEALER (QIIOVES UIMItKlt CO.) On Mcrmod Street, between the Court House and the River. KEEPING THE HOME FIRES BURNING i X Me - ( tTJ Here It a little Mt of home which may be. found la toy Army T. M. C. A. building In the Southern Department The biff open fireplace, the curtained window. Urn cwiy corner, and the little feminine touches which have been added by frtenda of the " all contribute to the comfort and morale of the oldler away from home. Here the soldier will find n happy substitute for the home fireside, with music If he prefers It the home papergood magaxlnea a game of check era with hi churn, and a lot of other things that help to make life Interesting for the soldier. This la the social room which nmy be found In nearly every Array Y. ...

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 September 1918

rwiiiMiaiwiw,winitaatj 'Else Evening Gamr caf.lmiad. m;w mi;ilo, mo.nday, skit, 2.1, hum. .Ym Yenr, 0c. Month. ftc. Copy. OL. 2, NO. 1:11. kMMMMUMMHla V V BULGARIAN AND TURKISH ARMIES t AGE COMPLETE ANNIHILATION WZ REGION IS H 0 PERCENT DOWN IJy Associated Press. Serbian unci alllod troops In Macedonia have dealt (lertmtji and Unitarian communication linen blowi that are expected to bflng about a readjustment of enemy po sition In the Macedonian theatie of operation. The Important rail way lines from t'skub to SalonlWI and Arom Cradsko to Pi Hep have been completely severed and the enemy forcea around Lake Doiran nnd north of Monastlr are In danc er of being outflanked or captured. On the western front the Uritish and French forcea are progressing successfully In the enclrclenienf of St. Quenlln. The French seriously menaced the Germans by the cap ture of Vendsull line one mile southeast or St. Quentin. German and llnlgarlan relnroice menta which were thrown in to check the Serbian ...

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 September 1918

f.M.C.A.WOHAII ' UNDER FIRE OF GERMAN GUNS loston Young Woman Has an UmiiU.'i! E'ocnencc. H TRENCH WITH SOLDIERS n Moist of Fierce Bombardment for Four Hour Keep Her Nerve Dur ing Storm of Noise and Bursting MMal Boche Flings About Every, thing He Has Into Village Orderly Save Colonel's Life. By MAXIMILIAN FOSTER. An x ! li t In. I nfcti sinned by riiiii.ii in tin- war mi that of Mis Jury O Chirk of ? ! t , m . M'ivx., tmv . V. M. C A. canteen worker In "i ii m . lor mi i-Hs tlimi fnir hours tlss Clark was In tin- inlil-t i( n lreo bombardment liy I In- I'm In' ;uiis. .;irl nf tlii time lyltu: with n l'llllllllflt of American SoldilTS In fi -1 1 trench. In tho same attack nt'-r lvn ltd Trl inirli" workers, lr. (Tiii llruu uli'c ninl of Hartford, nii.. ntni r,. w. p.iiiii w of i,injr- iMt. Ill, writ- lilt Ity splinters in.l sen-rely Injured. Tin I II t u whole Miss Clark's run I'rn situated Is In tin mlnniccd po lill'in close In tin- trout line tnmlics. Unl II tin1 ilny In inr.i Ion....

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. — 23 September 1918

rata kvkmno cciuiknt, iioxday, ri:it. jm, ioim. LOCAL NEWS U. I). Ilruce anI C. 1. I'arduo are in town from tho lower val ley, Mr. Ilruce from Malajsa and Mr. Tardue I rum the LovIiik 1Ih-trlct. Anion llccx ch and wife were In from Monument. N. M., over Sun day. Mopping at the Palace. Johnson and Spt uccr (irnham. cf I.ovlnnton. were re cIMered at Hie Tulare this tnoiiiln:, havlnu u In l iom I,ox i u l: t on xeMtrday. Mi nses Alice M c( i lli'jnl und Uosalind Tow. II. tcarhcis of the Otis fchool, Snnd:ied in town .testerday, le.n in u lor their ichool.H this mm nine. Miss Until Koarh pcnt villi Iminifolks at Hope". Sunday The duet at the Methodist Sun day school entci day wan exception l.lly line. Misses ItcKIller heinK Hie Mincers, with Mrx, Prlckctt nccom an)liiK at the piano. Allison I J uss came down fiom Uoswcll Friday and Hpcnt the wit k end in Cailsb.id. J. II. ! i a ha in and of I.ov- iimtou. were kutHts of tin Craw Ion! oxer Sunday. Mrs. Uohh Mlddltton hikI baby ).nd John C...

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 September 1918

MANS EMULATE OLD BUCCANEERS BEP Y ; ORT WINTER WAR GARDENS To stimulate the planting of Winter War Gardens wo will furnish the boys and girls the necessary material, sash, lumber and nails, at cost. PLANT A WINTER GARDEN C. M. RICHARDS, LUMBER DEALER (GROVES U'Mi:i:n CO.) On Mermod Street, between the Court House and the Rive). LEND AS THEY HAVE GIVEN Br T Q MAHTIN, Umlrman IINm Cimtily Kft1lrUMi CoionuUm It la unfortunate that the hart can be stirred In time like theao by only the dirnat calamity. If appoala to nwon could reach th di-epewt emotlona, our Govern ment would hiive alK the money it need. Tu torpedoing of one of our troop ahlpa would bring It. In h grim do termtued hurry, but nt the aiune time It would be pcrllou for our future. The wrath of our country would be aouaed to the fury of hell, mid we might commit nome overt a t that would count iigulnM u at the pence tuble. To uvold rfuch n poaalble tra gdy, and conaciiuent reault. It la the duty of every' citizen to tumUli ...

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 September 1918

1 ii in mi - 11 - - ii in. i .mm ii .in ening CMinreM . vol. ii. M. 1:12. caiilsiiad. m:v mlmco. ti;i:iv, skit. 21, ioik. .i4M Year. ue. Month, ftc. me V FLEEING TURKS . ARE BEING HARD PRESSED BY VIC TORIOUS ALLIES Uv Associated Press. Ixndon, Sept. 24. Anitlo-Greck forces In the Dolran region hare effected a Juncture with the Franco-Greek force west and continue in pursuit of the retreutlnK Hul garlans, It la officially announced today. Anglo-Greek troops reach ed Smokvitsa, niarkinK an advance of 10 miles up the Yardar river and Itelut Ilar.arll, 3 miles north of Lake Dolran. In Palestine, Macedonia and France the entente allies' offensive Im progressing successfully. GcneruJ Alleby's forces In Palestine have followed the rout of Turkish troops by iiddllional gains. In central Macedonia the alllea are pressing vigorously the advantages won and the dirricultlea of the German and Unitarians are steadily Increasing. General Male's forces nje fight ing toward the northern outskirts of...

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 September 1918

TCEvcnin8C.unr CHEER FOR THE BOYS ON LONG TRIP ACROSS Fntered aa second clam matter April 16. 1917. at the pout office at Carlsbad. New Mexico, under the Aft of Maich 3', 18 7:'. Published daily. Suri'layM "cn t"l, by the Cml bad I'rintlnK to. XoihIht of Associated pre. Tll- AHHOctutcd I'lCHH 1 eXClUBlVe- ly entitled to tlif use for republic tioti of ull news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited In this paper und hIo the local news pulllnlifl heiein. Mi:it TIIK TOP." Ten Days on Ocean Heavy Drag on Morale. DIVERSION OH BOARD SHIP never ' .. No a (II- Nw Mexico IniH thus far failed Io go "Over the Tup' In 1 1 r whether It h an been trrt appeal from the government or has hven u cause suhn.iMed by on j of. the numerous praiseworthy war , otganl.atlon. the Sunshine State ha tespotlded W,,M tnore than WH1 ai-kcd of her In eafh und every case nnd she I getting reaAy to do It i-valo for the Y. M. C. A., the Knight of Columbus, and the Liberty Loan Drive. Wlw-n these are out ...

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 September 1918

TUU KVKM.NO i'lrilfUCNT, TITOHItAr, HI! IT. 21, 10IH. LOCAL NEWS Ilaxter Gulp and Wager Hardin are registered at a local hotel, coming from Monument, their homes, yesterday. liUUlT ON A I.I, WfllCAT 11 1 V- iuitm mkt iiv food administration. Minn Until Oalton Irft this morn ing for Malaga where she will bo engaged an nurse for several weeks In a private family, i County Commissioner C. M. Tin nin, of Culberson County, Texas, wan In town yesterday on busi ness. I'ncle Oreen Ussery Is in from liU ranch neur the point of the mountains, southwest, for a short stay with hi family in La Hueita. Mm. 11. L. Hull, or Mineral Wells. Texas, Is a visitor in town at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Whit Wright. Mrs. Sid llrown und baby hoy let t for bulla, Texas, Saturday on u visit to friends, boaldlng tin tiaiu at Malaga. W. II. Moody and wife ii turned Monday afternoon from the.i wed ding trip to various points In Colo rado and l'tah, und will hood ! at home to their many friends in Cailsbad, "...

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 September 1918

WINTER WAR GARDENS To stimulate tho planting of Winter War Gardens wo will furnish the' boys and girl:; the necessary material, sash, lumber and nails, at cost. PLANT A WINTKK GARDEN C M. RICHARDS, LUMBER DEALER (GltOVKS U'MIIKR CO.) On Mennod Street, between the Court House and the River. HOW U)ANH O.V IJVH 8T1MK MAY UK HKCritKH. SENDING THE "CIVIES" HOME To meet the emergency eauei by the eitcnded dioafcht through out the west and jonthwst snC the neceity of ).-Hmri: nl TDfiHi Inn the stp. r bre1 iUK hcid and flo L. ilf our coun ".i, tin- ar fln..cc coi pnratloi. ha cnt.'.lfi.hcd an apenty nt Dal ian Tor the purpohc of making loan? v In n impriatlve to person, liii.is .in. corporation i nan-d In he J ir.K and raisinK live stock. It h.m bn d l i mined to authoiize loan and advance to such pemm upon pioper application, where ..uc'i loaiiH eannol he obtained !hioiih the regular established channel, and thin letter I to advtc briefly the scope of nurh agency and the coi.dttlnn under w...

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. — 25 September 1918

C '.1 vol. a, .no. 1:1.1. citi,snu. .nv muxico, wi:ini:si v, m:it. tin. .YtH Vi-rtr. Ode. .Month. V. 4) ENEMY MAKES A DESPERATE EFFORT TO REGAIN VERY VALUABLE GROUND GERMAN CHANCELLOR COMPLAINS OF AMERICAN PEACE ATTITUDE Me lly Associated I'rrn. i In the encirclement of St. Quen- tin and In driving the tJeunan and IIuIkbi tan forces noithward In. Macedonia, the allied armies uio' today tiiaklnK further proxies against Increased enemy resistance. ' Northweat of St. Cjnf ntin the llrltlsi. have followed up allied successes ycslerduy in which Ilrtt Ish and French tropn made fur ther gains toward that town fr., the went and are now pushing Tor ward in the dliectlon or its noith wcstern submits. Heuvy flghtm In taking place at i t Iron i t and Seleney. The Ilrltish are advanc ing despite the hca.vy counter at tacks by Cerman tumps which havd all been repulsed witu huvr losses to the enemy. I3y Amor I ft tod Pi ess. Iondon. Sept. 25. A number of French and Itiltlsh officer were forced -to...

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. — 25 September 1918

flanks, fio held well and repulsed all attacks, going to the scene la full bat tle, ca-nrdlnating the action of troops engaged and exalting lbs courage of ; nil ami their confidence by his pres ence nntl hi personal action." i Much space might be filled with aim ' Hup citations of not only general, hut those of the lomrr I'ollu leaders. Rut the foregoing nerve to amply lllustrato why the word "Pollti" stand also for ' bravery. SEEING LONDON III jVAR TIME Americans Try to Get Close to Real Life. Secret oi the Casing Heroism That Has Made the French Soldier an Everlasting Figure and. the Very. Name Synonymous of Bravery Many Generals Cited for Heroic Deeds in Battle. MM. HAROLD E. HARTLEY WHAT A "DOUGHBOY" "SAW INSPIRATION FOR VALOR OF POILU GOMES 111 PART FROr.l HIS LEADERS Heroism which ha made the Frencl Pol 1 11 an everlasting figure and tlx very name synonymous of hraTcrj ran not Im entirely credited to the gnl lant I'ollu. write Wilbur Forest ll ( New York Trfbuue. What haw-lnsp...

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. — 25 September 1918

I UK KVICNINO t'l IIHK.NT. WKD NT-SHAY. SKIT. SB, 19l. LOCAL NEWS I'rayer meetings at tht Methodist church will be taken up again af TO ItlCI) CUOHH K.WTTKIIH. members of the church are to have chargeof these services. The knitting department of this chapter haa ' received 32 pairs of ter having been laid aside during V??1 .,,ro1? hd"rt' the warm weather. Different ter(l wno ,mariUnd luaklng the regulation Hed Cross toe (Kitch ener) are asked to come to the work room In the court house next An interesting time is rennrted 1 r "ar anernoon ana neip 10 re- by the Carlsbad lodge of Rebckahs J I"1'1" tno"e nwkn. Those knitters at their anniversary meeting held who would like to learn to do the Monday night, the program for " Cro"" Uu wll taught on which was published in the F.vei.-I tnat "y- Al1 "hould bring their Ing Current. These meetings relown knitting needles and darning ilwivi rnlnvahl nd ihm wnnHri neenie 10 De used in 11)18 WOfK. Is that more of the members do not attend. Tom C...

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. — 25 September 1918

OUR WORK STICKS Z0 9 P TURKISH BEY IS - NOW REFUGEE HERE 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 lull auto efficiency brinK 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 bigger advertisement it is for us. That's one reason we take pains. And then, we like to do the 1 v. V Villlli f!tU We solicit your work. g Carlsbad Automobile Go. I IJ JM Win ION IlLOCk" A M ltll SUI I TIIUII.I.I.Mt m'km;s. The atury ol Hex Ilvhch'a Meat ent picture, The. Auction lllock", which in to lit nhown at tin I'mw ftn il Theatre tomorrow ullit Ih t ti life history or u beuutllul Klrl who la mJacd by her pit lent for tho apeclMc pitrpono nl bit it k placed tor mile to the htKhcut bidder In tlie matrimonial market. In line com ne of time I .un li t...

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 September 1918

e Eventing - Current VOL. '2, NO. riti MD. m:w mkxico. Tiitnsnw, hi:rr. a. hum. . vnr, tUtr. Month. .V. i; IE JOINT ATTACK BEGUN BY AMERICAN AND FRENCH IN CHAMPAGNE SECTOR Dy Associated I'resa. With French Forces In Km nor, Sept. 2 -- -The French t inlay at tacked In the CI.ijnipaKne niftor un der oovit of n thick fnir after ar tillery proparatlon terminal in- af ter many hours of tin most Intons Ktin fire. Farly procresa from the battle front In reported favorably. Ily Associated 1'ress. The drive northward In the Champagne sector threaten to out the rommnnlontlon lino to tin roar of the old Hlndenbnrir line. TUo length of the Tront attack ha not yet boon disclosed, hut probably extends n Kood P i"t of distance from Uhelma to Verdun ami pro bably coos beyond the latter place. Ily Associated Press. London, Sept. 2fi. Gorman n t r dromes and bulldlnus 2.1 miles' southwest of Karlarnse, woro heav-( Ily homhod hy Hi It Inh Indopondont air forces. D. l.arsch. of Norman, Oklahoma, regist...

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. — 26 September 1918

BOYS' AND GIRLS' CLUBS TO HOLD FAIR OCT, 4TH I by September 30th. These will be and exhibited with your urn i:iiiniT I'ltOJIKT. graded work. mils Sew Inn: I. Class ('. The exhibit constat of nightgown, dust hemmed towel, darned pair and one patch. 1 2. Class I. The exhibit I'd- . ,,i.d rul I . 'iii all over 1L county ait tni.MiiK lorwaid ,' interest tu tin- meeting of the s and (ill Ik c l ti Iih and "Achieve-nm-nl Hay" Friday, October 4th. A laive majority of tin- K.! member tl the vurtoii rlnlm In the county will likdy bf on hand with their IcudciH, and much Interest is being hboun by parent and children. The meeting will be hld in the Armoiy ami the exhibits Known then-, with the exception of the pig and perhaps the poultry. Our citizens generally nhonld get In be hind the children and encourage them in every wuy possible. Mm. Jenkins, county rlnb leader, In ud miiuhly lilted for the position and hi ability In being recognized not inly In F.ddy county but In other pail of the sta...

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 September 1918

TltK KVKMNO ( L'ltllKNT. TlltniHllW, HL'IT. iift. 1IH. LOCAL NEWS V. L. Mlnter ha returned from .hia vacation trip to St. Louts. Frank Wychoff la a buaioeaa via Itor from Hope this week. Mrs. Olllo Thayer la In town from her ranch homo In the mountain. Wayne Cowden U tn from the Nymeycr ranch near Kunlee thin morning. Ha nicy Ilopklna Lake wood. la down from County Agent A. Z. Smith went to Arteala thla afternoon la the Interest of hla woik, Mlaa Lei I a. Christian Im spending the week at the home of Mlna Mary White, in lloawell. Conner Carson, or Midland, Tex., was up from there last night, k Inn on north thla morning. Have and Snooka Gordon are In town from their ranch at Last Chance thla week. Mia. Hurl Hanson and aons are vlaltlng friend in Uoawell, going there the flrat of the week. J. I Oluaacock. of Hope, Is registered at the Klghtway hotel, coming from hia home Wednesday. Mra. Henry Collins la on the sick lint thla week, her place at the local telephone exchange being tak en...

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. — 26 September 1918

11 OUR WORK STICKS 1 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 bring 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 by Associated Press. Loudon, Sept. 2 6.- Hrltlsh troops operating in 1'alestli e are extend ing thlr operation about the Ae pun Si-tL Ttiejr hae occupied Ta berla and Sernakh, "rt the borders j df that tea, and al. I'.SKamela, it I i officially annonnri'd toda). t'.y Associated I'ress. Loudon. .Sept. 2. Pushlm; cujt of the Jmdaii river, the Mlllisli oe t up.d the MiatcKic town of . in tuitu, o;i the Hcdjas railway. can bet your life it's "FIT" in shape to give you satisfactory service. The longer our work sticks, the bigger advertisement it is for us. That's one reason we take pains. And then, we like to do the square thing. We solicit your work. Carlsbad Automobile Go. j Uy Associated Tress...

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 September 1918

THE LIBERTY LOAN DRIVE OPENS TOMORROW ie Evening Currant, VOL. 2, NO. 133. ri:i.si,i. m:v mkxico. i mo w, si:rr. 27, hum. eWtMt Year. MOc. M.uitli. ftc. Vopj, 1 ULGARIA WANTS ARMISTICE! Allies Take Three lies of Strongly Fortified Positions lly Associated Press. London, Sept. 27. Tin- P.tltlsh fcov eminent Iihh tecclvcd from tin official authorized source, all appli cation from Hulk-aria for an minis-tlce. Dr Associated Press. rtrls, Sept. 27. TI10 Fiend, chlej rtiniiianiir in Macedonia of lie 1 11 My reports today Hint tin1 Rul narln.ns have asked for a meeting In arrant conditions of an armis tice and eventual pence. The French commander replied to tin- llulcHilan offer ami refused to suspend operations, but saying In wnuM recel-e duly qualified li'l'TatoH of ttm Unitarian govern-nient. ! Associated rress. London. S-pt . 2 7. In a success fill continuation of their drive northward, the Set Mann have en tered lhitab, and captured othei linpoitnnt point", 1 1 1 Setblan offf rlal sta...

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 September 1918

ft pH ai & ' 5 It a i s Si e8 I i gl -- a LOCAL NEWS Mn. II. A. Strmip. of Artcala, chairman of the Wonun'i luun committee (or the northern part of county, vii down from her homo thla week. In conjunction Mrs. V. W. Oalton, rhalnnan of tb southern part of the" county, plana were formulated and outline of work laid which will be carried out through various sub-chairmen. In thla part of the county tit woman's work will he In chance of the following women: CarlHbad, Mra. Clarence Hell; Otta, Mrs. O. A. Hardy; Loving, Mra. S. I). Ilaiter; Malaga, Mra. J. L. Williams. Helatlves of Oppie Wallace in CarUbud and vicinity, have receiv ed word from Opple, who I In training at an offlcer'a training camp at Jackaonvllle, Florida, that he haa received hi commltalon aa lieutenant. He in a graduate of CarUbud HiRh ttchool, 1910, and bait mauy frienda here who rejoice at hla biicv8hJ IU wife Is at preneot with her family in Ark. George. Frederick and wife are eipected to arrive at therr home In...

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. — 27 September 1918

Liberty Loam onds WIIL BE ON SALE SATURDAY: THE 28TH. HAVE YOU DECIDED HOW MUCH YOU CAN ARRANGE TO BUY? IT IS OUR DUTY TO BUY ALL WE CAN AND THEREBY "BACK UP' 'I'lIM Hwrn Am mini mwtm inn mno a i inr, ntinvj. WE WILL HAVE MANY SPECIAL VALUE ITEMS ON SALE NEXT WEEK IN KEEP ING WITH OUR THIRTY DAY CHARGE POLICY, REQUESTED BY THE GOVERNMENT. Joyce-fruit Co. "We Want Your Trade" Not Ir to Cot Urn J rower nnl Ielera. N. M. IUvMOCKATS m w mkk ri t.m;v SIAATK CANDIDA 1 1'.. New l-Vniiiiv lii.j-itl lulu Siliui I Imi and AIIuiiiriMf Man .Mil) Ho Sim I't'ohful. Santa. IV, N. M , S p!. 7 ni'W reulute him I. .'.n i it . i u.iii the Democratic situation heir with a well delimit i. pint tliiit Roiteit F. I "itt ii' oi Mliihin i ii', ii -in i - lll-lltl) mentioned tt t' Din , iii.i v Im nominated lot tin- I'nited Stale senate ober Counti's-nun Walton. C. I.. T.'llniatUe a Hit Jud:e dun ville A. KlrhuidHou. There s m distinct inovi mini toward Fells Carcla ror mviiih.i. Tin nomination uf Sccretuty ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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