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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 28 September 1918

THE LIBERTY LOAN DRIVE OPENED TODAY "IEe Evening Current. VOL. 2, NO. :M. CAIILSliAD. XLW MLXMO. SATl ItDAV. -HIT. ".s, IIIIK. IN NEW OFFENSIVE ALLIES G'A:N OVER 2 MILES - CAPTURE 1000 GtRMAMS AN AITKll. I IJOM IAM I riw. m an ;t:ti or i iiii im y loan ami'ah;v Ily Associated I're, With the American Army North west of Verdun. Sept. 2H. With thilr back In tin outer cde of the Iliunlillde lino, the Herman to day were dtjlitlnn desperately In an endeavor to nrlntc t h American advance to ii lrfl nlt halt. The (Jerman were Inctcuslmr the vol ume of their M in and Indlcutln anew th'lr determination to resist the advance to the utmost. Amer ican are ulnK their artillery free ly to break up atronsly held enemy position. The Cermnna are de pending upon marhlne Kiin Are at every advanced point In their effort to check the Americana. Ily Associated l'res. Rails, Sept ( 2K. Allied troopr lieKnri an attack on the front north of Ypre today and have alread.v alvanced at some points more than two ...

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 September 1918

LOCAL NEWS l.ee Kagle, lH registered III the 1'alace fiom t J ii nice. New M xico. Huston Witt I In from hi ranch for a btlef utay In the coun ty neat. D a.i.i.ctlng bulne while hee. AITKAL IOK HU'ltTII Mlir.ltTV MMS TO WOMKN OF MM TIIWLM. W. A. Moore lor 1 1 ;! 111.1C1 on Jno A. town, i.. Y.ltc, l red 'I'n'r I'll I 1. J .1 ( hllll'll, I J u ll i ii iiukIi. I It t Ti Ix mornlnn it blMilll'h Vllt. of Ochoa, in In nt the Itlghtwny. i , .1 Hill li'il. Ini, I toWll lllllll III'' I. J. 1 1 r.l i,r Hi, Sprit. Ih In town looking aftei Mi. Kohb kMI ten Lux I in Hi" lowet n 1 1 i' il re make ytar. Dip h ibrtii la-win llnwt It- Is down the linn h, near Lakevvooti, coming tenia) illtelflOOII. I Mm .1. II MiDaniel ami little j sun, jiM' (pending the wi'i'k t tnl In' nti, with Mis. Kit kpatt Uk. i n 1. 1 Andrew ami Call IIhIi", hi Monahaiii. Tcxa. arrived in tin 1 1 v limn llirir bonus lat night, Sam Campbell, of Korky Arioya, canto In rimn lli'Mf .vcntcrday on a bunnies Dip ninl h still In (own...

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 September 1918

IllJfl KVKMIMM H HltKNT, KATI'ltHAV, HKIT. 2H, IfMM. KSSi (SJra: r9 Are You a Good Neighbor? This picture is you, and your wife and yowr child. It is each one of us who for one reason or another is here at home instead of with the boys across the water. If the house next door was burning, with your friends inside, would you stand idly by and watch it? All Europe is aflame! Your friends, your brothers, your sons are there, fighting the conflagration. Your neighbors, in the larger sense of the word, are fighting for their homes, their wives, their children and their children's children. Your help is needed needed now! Can you withhold it? Fourth issue Liberty Bonds "The Fighting Fourth" are calling for purchasers. If you call yourself a good neighbor f Let Your Fighting Dollars Prove It, Buy today at any bank cash or instalments . A a part o( thcii clTuil to tim.. . U ju t j u (prompt 4.1 J ic('i koiuIumuu, lUi jdvci lUcmciit U viidorl mid pl4 tot bf 1 ' , ' 1 t caiosdad. Xiiie Stete ...

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 September 1918

Iljr Associated Tress. London, Sept. 28. A panic pre vailed In the Uerltn stock exchange today an tjie result of events In Uulgarla. according to a dlspatcn to the Central News Agency. CARLSBAD: TUESDAY, OCT. 1ST, MIOU CiltOINIW Htl.l. PARK tiy Associated Tress. London, Sept. 2 8. Austria Is withdrawing her troops from Al bania, according to reports received In Amsteidam ft mil well Informed circles, Oie Central News corres pondent at Amsterdam wires. Ily Associated Tress. Washington. Sept. 2 Congress appropriated one rAllllon dollars to be tiped by the public health ser vice In fighting Spanish Influenza and' other communicative diseases. a U.1 Mr .Xt I .1 TV I ALL VEFT OF VILLAGE ' r ra MA M Yhv A It ft!? M X j 1! JkJM m . fssssTO CSlMBir JED 1 i it 11 KJ .. ' "HieMcrMnni'iMft cANIMAlSAND t;S!-Or3VnFUURr07l,,,H TANCY SAOOLtMORStilSCORlS OF i n Tp ir flH THtwACCOWUSHtDVOUMCinARCNICJ STARS ,I LAIIYA7 O OirNt INSPECTION OF HRNAGCRIK I if V.I wf.w-.i lit" - - v - w v -j a mjs sr.- nr ...

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 September 1918

it Ihe Evemn urrent VOL. J, NO. 1.17. r.iitLMiAD. m;v mlxho. momy, m;it. :mi, mm. .VM Year. Oc. Mm. Ih. W-. IVt C I ) i r HINDENBURG LINE BROKEN ON AN EIGHT MILE FRONT Bulgaria Signs An Armistice Ily Associated Press. London. Sept. 30. - llritlsh, Am erican and Australian troops push ed forward hint night between HH lorourt and Cionnellou In the fare of niOHt severe resistance. Four thousand prisoners north of St. Quentln were taken itnd the Hrltlsh entered the northern suburb f Camhral. Ily Associated Press. Paris, Sept. 30. That progress Ih being made toward breaking the hold of (iermn.n Invader of French Moll, Ih shown by ttie fart that there no Ioniser are any French depart ments entirely occupied by the en emy. This situation wan establish ed by the i erupt me of four com munes of the department In Ardennes. by Associated Press. London, Stpt. 30 ( ; ) i-l Halg" forces today smashed the Mirubii burg line on n ftont ol s miles to a in I n I in ti f it lUpth if two nine,., .lust n...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 30 September 1918

V 1 m '14 t-'A.. .-r- iLi "V:4.. - """ ' ' Cv V. A .-h -Hr'- 4 A 44 W & , 3 x ws ! WHld VI ft s a .1 - mm - 5 li C 5 . 'TT. r.. -r-.- M. J . i-'l , : iTli-: : - r 1.' . . M. W !, of DalUs, uh tin -Hundiy guKt at the ('rnwfi)rft. v he many frienda of KIra. C. 0. rlflelJ will b pained t lam har runditloo bama to aer ah waa takarf to Kl Taao to rso an operation, - which har Y frienda hope will be aurcuae- ,-I'eoaaco Valley Treaa. V. A. Moon rvturned from Hu Krman on the afternoon train yea-terS.iy. Amaterdam, Holland. Sept. 30.- -Chancellor Von Hertlini; and For elen Secretary lllntea tendered their realitnatlona to the Oerruan emperor, according to the Voaalach Zelttins. Mra. W. C. Sellera rame in yea tenia)' from Ottumwa, Iowa, where the haa. been the past three month at the home of a aon. Dr. Harry Seller. W. P. Smith, aaleaman for Ila ker'a chocolatea, came la Saturday aad left on the aouthbotind Ira. a thia mornlnf. . II. A. SecreHt, from Itoawell, apent Sundayln Carlsbad. Uea...

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 September 1918

Aft-! . ft,, b a DKI' . I M Wm mw u W IF1 I 19 CARLSBAD: TUESDAY, OCT. 1SJ, SHOW (mnr.M)H HAIL PARK ! rvf. ( NOVEL FEATURES WZnrJl I 'M i THg FWOH UDY WIDtWl V STARS DCRrORMAMCES DOORSUHNATUTHH.4 n Al LV A-r 21 AAISDM ALLOW AMPLE. TlMl FOfc DAIl-YAT illtUJPM. INSPECTION Or MEMACEHIfe mm It i two r r V 4 Cyrua 8. Nusbaum cam in Sat at day and addressed Urge and enthusiastic audience at the Craw ronl Theatre last nluht.' Mr. Nus baum In m magnetic nnd earnest speaker nnd was I ivquently Inter rupted In his speci by outbursts of applause. Hi subject was "Winulug the War," and lie had his hearers with him from start to f.nlsh and although he talked for over an hour, no one seemed. In the Itust tiled. Dr. Nushiuim Is Mo'klriK under the auspices of the lied Cros and is field dlicctnr at Inure in unny camp and hip t in and natal stations. Ilev. D. F. Sell(.rd was chairman of the meet ing last nlnht and introduced the speaker and llert Rawlins, who ran always be depended upon, led the sinki...

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. — 1 October 1918

EvGuhik Girireit, lie VOL. 2, NO. l:w. t'Altl.HIAD. MJW .IIXICO. Tl'lDAV, MT. 1, HUM. .VHl Year. (Mc Month. V. Itopf GERMAN ARMIES FROM NORTH SEA TO VERDUN ARE IN GREAT PERIL lly Associated Press. . ' Ixndoo. Oct. 1. In the region of ' V-irs, the Serbians Sunday defeat i ed the Bulgarians, according to re ports received here. The ftulgs.rlan forces were cut . In two parts. By Associated, Tress. Washington. Oct. 1. Drawing of the order numbers of the new iJraft were completed at 8 o'clock this morilng. , lly Associated Press. London, Oct. 1. "Feelers" have been put out by Turkey for an j armistice, the KveninR News says. ; No action will be taken until the official telegram Is received. Dy Associated Press. tandon, Oct. 1. Itulgarla. dur Inn the recent discussion when an armistice was arranged between her 'and the allies, indicated that she waa not averse to attacking Turkey, Iteuter'a states. flulgarla explained that she could only act militarily. In this connection in co operation ...

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. — 1 October 1918

1 Till: I IIU KTV Tit. I.N .i'ij:s, ti:.h. AT j v. wY J I fci'c' ! vv i fesJs&l N.-; -z. ruirhJtl,ims Unit I t-C Era 3. . (0) , ; g 33 fit: s :: Vmgi 5- fi gill ? j I Ddllax. T'n. Ort. I. -Whrnlhe liberty loan train nrrlv nt .N p1o. Tex. yrtonlj'. n battle runfl vefcton of 21. MrKfnnt J. I lot ton, of N'tplon, afnoit up m ncl nhoutcd to the rrnwtl: "Thy hr-it inn up, Imt I Mill run fU'ht. and If I can't ftnlil ovt tln'ti t ran fUht ovrr lnTf." Thin hoy wan nlmt at Vim llMiM pn'l ncnln on tin Sntn ino, wh paxpil at KrtntiH'l Hill, tiikin prlnonor by tin linn, rml tTi" rlf-nli torn from back Willi r;iwliM I cini'if b r fn ! to kp tlio (iv i-ifortmllnii about oup arw. nnil !( 'va fh liiKt to buv f bond. Th' (inwil wi'nt thlirioiis Wltti itilblil:ili'l Tbi r-k ui-nt "oir tin tip' llit at Jliu-M-iort with tbf liberty I.i.ik lini' man who ban not born In tbl country for many yearn, and who I running a kihrII tiiixlnePM, :n, I one of thr ranuipnerii: "If iiy fnlted Stated Cfiverninent ...

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. — 1 October 1918

LAKI.WCMID MM'ALH. Mr. Josephine ('amp departed Wednesday li Miami. Arizona, where ahe expect to renlde. Her diuit; liter, MIhm Joule, preceded liei.j and liiiM prepaid! for the cniiilnK of her inothei. j Deputy SlieilfT W. I.. McDonald letiiined Monday Iioiii Prcneott,, Aiizona, whin' he went nonie two1 week 111,0 Mil 1 J.nk llacli, who huh wiiii1' l ly me. l-jldy county authoi Hie. II- lii on Klit hacL hl man who now iepoeH in tile. th' baa- Kowlanit (!ai If bad J. I.. I'.ite and A. hiixinei.- t h i 1 1 m I'. lo Weduenday. MihH Hallo- Tiultt. 0111 faithful mimI efficient telephone operator mid manager, Iuih hen on the nick lint during the pant week. Mr. and Mi. W. V. Snyder were Uniting lu t arun.oi Sunday Mr. W. I.. McDonald and two little Kil l went to .J.UUljd Mon day to meet Mr. "M'fykonr.'.d who wan 1 -t 11 ml flu from u, two weeks HIM 111 .11 llllllfl . ft Mrlt ltultM. hIAar at thi ilinnt went to .Clot la HatuVday night fort Home !tn NofMAn'a Labd -a visit with hla brother. ...

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 October 1918

Jibe Evemmg Cirren voi,. 2, no. urn. Mi:in.ui. m:v mi;io. wkdnkkday. imt. a, hum. .YtM Year, Oc. Month, fie. l)oy, HINDENBURG LINE OVERRUN BY ALLIES FOR MORE THAN 50 MILES ENEMY MAY HAVE TO RETIRE FROM FRENCH AND BELGIAN SOIL SOON lly Associated Press. London, Oct. 2. IJetwecn Cam bral and Ht. Quentltn the , Cernian line of defense has been broken. It Is uncertain what the enemy now ha In mind. The Ilrttlntt threaten the (Senium line of retreat from the Olse vul ley and from the maMlf of St. Oo baln. Between the Alsne and Veslo rlvera French forces the last threo days advanced on a front of 10 mile to a depth of from three to Tour mllea. Th Gnrmana are now retreating toward the lines held by them In 1 ! 1 7. An enemy retire ment on a fairly targe scale Is now very probable. If the allies are Klven fairly Rood weather some big change may yet he seen on the western front before winter. lly Associated Tress. liondon, Oct. 2. Wide gap aw bein Morn In the (icrmiin line today between St. ...

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 October 1918

lliKSlf 'ill LOCAL NEWS lateiet is on the increaH' in r the fair (o be given by the Doys ad Oirl clubs of the county next Friday afternoon, October 4tlt. As previously stated the exhibition wl!" be held In the Armory, the pigs opposite. In the roar of the Hey Davis ' Studio. These sheuul be a record attendance at the Arsuory oa that date. Mlu Ger trude Kaplnosa, of State College will " arrive tn the city tomorrow and will' attend the fair; other vis Hora' will be herd' from different parts 'of the state, besides a large dclefstloa from thla county. John O. McKeeii is ip iroi.i lh lower valley this luorutu; oil one of hia lreu,uent visitn to t h county seut. Frank Stetson c;une in Ttiesil y from Glencoe, New Mi-iu-o, wh( he Jm. now located and will re-( turn from here to t Ii old home' ni maca river ueiore going Glencoe. Mr. Stetson Hay hid wife ha not had a day' I line Ince they left here, but she' Raw to have tho news from Kddy coun ty, so he had' to subscribe for tn Current. He ha...

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. — 2 October 1918

- TheEveningCurrcnt S. L. Terry, Editor and Mgr. 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 the Carlsbad l't tntlriK Co. Menilwr of l l .lH4M-inll lrs. Tlie AsMxiatcU 1'iena la exclusive ly entitled to tin- use lor republica tion of uli tic Uibputtliea credited to It or nut othciwise credited In this paper and kUo the local oews published heieln. JUlKiL KICIIAItDsON ALVKITH PLMOMtATIO NOMINATION I Oil ( ).;iti;ssMAN. J uIk' (iiuuilile A. Klchaidson sent Arthur Heligman, chairman of the democratic state central com mittee, a telegram Tuesday la which he made if known that he had accepted the nomination tend ered him hh the cundidatn for con gressman from New Mexico by the democrat In convention at Santa Fe last week. It had been reported since the Democratic convention that Judge Richardson would not accept the nomination, and it was only niter much persuasion on the ...

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. — 3 October 1918

Eveimiiiiff CirrenL VOI-. 2, NO. 110. iaiilsiiah. m:v mi:xkx. tih icsii.w, ocr. :i. hum. fc.Vtxi t'itr, Uitc. l mill. .V. lie HUNS EVACUATE MAXIMILLIAN IS LENS AND AR- NAMED AS NEW L1ENTIERE8, CHANCELLOR OF GERMAN GOV'T, tty Asnoclated Press. Lens, the chief coi.l inlnlni; nty . la northern France, him been eva p uated by the Oermana. In retire ment of the (;crnians near the Ilel Clan border they also abandoned Armcntleren to the llrltlnh. The scope of enemy retreat thus acccn t uated In light of official announce . ment from Ilerlin. It seems cer- tain that the line north of Leni toward Doual will be Involved In the withdrawal. Hy Klvln up Ar mentleren, tho (icrmnn nlo have 4" Kone far towards laying Mile to the allien. I.IIIKItTY MAV MALUM NOT IP TO MilCDlT.i:. by Associated Press. Amnterri mi, Oct. 15. Prince Max imilliau, of linden, ban ! n namea Imperial chancellor of (rcrmany, rcordinK to the ZeilmiK AmlttlK. Maxlmilllan In heir to tin throne of Duchy of Haden and hps been for...

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. — 3 October 1918

TheEveningCurrent S. li. 1'eny, Editor and Mgr. Kntcied nn second clana matter April Ifi, 1017, at the post office at Carlnhnd, New Mexico, under the Art of March 3, 1879. rubllsbed dally, Sundays excepted, by the Cail li.i'l 1'. inline Co. they were perfectly willing to do HO. Member of Tlic AeM luted I'rcMi. The Ah.id Kilt d 1'iehH la cxclualvu l tiititled to the une for it publica tion ol ull iicwH Ulhpattlicu cri"lit:i to it ir not oitnrwiHL credited In thla pP ' ''' "I"' the loc al new piibli-lifij lieulu. lo crio i i,Mi.ii. I l. lollonn; exducl m taken In wnole 1 1 out (lie "Ollici.il lUilli tui" lor .pt. Mli, .inl may :r uiccptid a h tin laht Hold on tin' rot ton situation to date. Will .Not Itevonimciiil I l(il Price on I taw tottim Now, Tho following atitintiueciiient In made ty tho Cotton Committee: The public and purticul.tr the cotton Intcients are warned ii.ilnM giving credence to onautrmi l.ed re port, minora and lnloini.it Ion pur porting (o rome fiom the Cotton Commi...

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. — 3 October 1918

Tlltf CIIUIK.VT, Til tll.SlA Y, OCT. 3, 191ft. LOCAL NEWS J. C. Stokes, or Artesia, Is in town tod n jr. S. Roach In down from Hope today on a business trip. J. II. Atkcson, of Artesia, In nt the Crawford hotel this morning. Klsenbcrg, hide and fur buyer, came down from Amarlllo Wednesday. Miss I'.inlirvn Johnson Is assisting In tho office of Joyco-1'rult Co. this KN'k, C. K. Ingram, of tho C. V. & 1. ranrh, Is In town today, coming from Roswell. W. 0. Howell. wife and son. ar In town, coming from their homo on the T X ranch. hattkuy nami:d foh koldikii The War Department authorise the following: The twelve-inch battery .t Fort Crockett, Texas, has been named "Rattcry Ieonard Hosklna", by order of the Secretary of War. In honor of Second Lieutenant llos klns, Coast Artillery Corp.. Lieut. Hosklns whs the. son of Daniel P. Hosklns. (520 Washington Ave. HaM' Las Vegas. N. M. He was killed , In action June JKtli, 1 ! 1 . AIRPLANE AFIRE, HE "CARRIES ON" British Pilot Tells of Thrill...

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. — 3 October 1918

SCHOOL NOTES i.iu ii:i nv ii i ii-h of tiii: IIKill SCHOOL frFI'.CIALLV ton Tin; ct hhk.vi. Will UhU tlu the Tin- High school notes which appear t'ni li week in tin- tiaily weekly t in n in tiiurcly wmit ii Hi.- M li.lciit. under genital supei vision of Hi' Fngllsh i pit 1 1 iiM-nt . I.ach Hi'h has a it purler v. ho lit m poiisihle lor the w i it i ii k up i all event r interest COIICIIIllllg lilt I'lil.-H. ll lit hoped In this to accomplish two thlnn: to the tli ' student u slm- liaml acquaintance Join iii'.li-in, and to Imnil of Interest exlstn liitween the HCllOol. and inaishmaJlowa formed the re ...... num. n, tin being lurnlslied by me i lb. while the boys provided tfte iiicau l tai nspui latluo. i wu lutlllOfclft u( Ihv llik.ii M.1100I facul i tit ttn a chapeioues Ais w.i.iii.it am; aIIhm Ciavtn. grade and seventh 1 on eight studies, grade requires 1 on grade i.i. .. A It. II' n .... pe, )ct 111 hi wltb pi acllc.il Stlcntthtll III' which already town and the ..lit inn I II VI....

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. — 4 October 1918

lae Evim Qfflsreiafc rag I VOL. a, .o. HI. cahlshad. m:v Mexico, i mow, .kt. i, ifns. .YK Year. OOc. Month, ftc lo Allied Forces Iroak Throw g Liffie5 M ISe front By Associated Tress. London, Oct. 4. Itrltlsh forces, who are pushing the retreating Germans, reached (he railway east of Lens. General Hal announced today. Southeast the British have progressed between Oppy and Merl court. The point of the Drltlsh wedge In the region north of St. Quentln was pushed In yesterday's fighting to the high ground on mile northeast of Hequeheart and the Hrltlsh holding this ground hare succeeded In repulsing heavy enemy counter attacks. Uy Associated Tress. Washington, Oct. 4. fhe Am erican steamer, Herman Enarlch. a small cargo carrier and majined by a nary crew. In the overseas sup ply service, was sunk In a collision at tea, with the loss of probably RO of her erew. She collided with the American steamer. George Henry, ISO miles southeast of the Novla Rcotla coast. The ship ank In seven minut...

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. — 4 October 1918

ThtEvcningCurrent ri. L. Terry, Editor and Mgr. fcntemd as second class matter April 16. 1917, at the post office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, uuder the Act of Match 3. 187. Published dallv, S"n' y.i "xr-'pi.d, by th 0Jba.l l'rlntlti,; Co. Member of The A'm httcd I'r. Tim Associated I'msa la exclusive ly entitled to the ii.se (or republica tion of ull new dispatches credited (o It or not other wibo ci edited la tLiH J) 4 jut and also the. local news published herein. hwi; voi n i.i.m iis i kom soi.iii;k r.o l'( HlJsiiKl) 1 Tin-; miulm. Tin- mill histoiv of the fcieat wai now tuning In Luropc, at liiiiflt (ar a.i the people of th I'nitcd .States niv concerned, wilt ! written hy the soldier hoy who am actually fighting the battles "over there" or tf'-ttlnn reiuly to be sent to th- trench" lioin the training camps oi tin home land. To tln end that that history may hi ax complete an possible, and that It may he made daln to thi' people wha.t the seven recog nised war woik societies or asso ...

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. — 4 October 1918

1HJC KVHNINO KjltltMtYf, FRIDAY, (HT. 4, lOlff. LOCAL NEWS MARRIED. REIM HLICAN HTATK TICKKT. ANOTHER KOMltr.lt ItC.V DKAII. Mrs. Frank Moore and daughter, Edith hee, left last night for San Francisco, where Frank la at work In the ahlp yards. Mrs. Moore'a mother, Mm. Edith Rule, and Mrs. Craddock Rule, await their coming at Ran Francisco, they leaving I-a Jolla for that city ln.t Tuesday. J. D. Williams and wife, nig Springs, Texas, were In town a couple of days this week, and are on lite hunt for a location. Thy were guests of Mrs. Heed at the Metropolitan hotel while In th city. Santa Fe Agent Wilson and wife left for Pecos this morning tn rr ponse to n telegram announcing the critical condition of their eon-In-law at that place. Word from Mrs. C. O. MerrlfMd who underwent a very serious op eration at Frovldence. hospital In Tl Paso, the first of the week. Is nicely, without any complications. which Is good news for her many, frlenda. ' Word comes to friends In Carls-j hs.il of t...

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