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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 4 October 1918

V f?r'.r i' ac A BOUHFIUH UTTTKIU bradie CLOT At Prices Lower Than Can Be Found Elsewhere FIRST HE A II THE CALL OF YOUR COUN TRY AND INVEST IN THAT LIBERTY BOND ODDS AND ENDS IN UNDERWEAR FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY 50 GTS. EACH MiereaimiSIl ' Cmp ow ' " WHERE THINGS ARE NEW " Nat If tier left yesterday ' morn laf for lb lower valley, expectl a g to b con a week or tea dy. no bu tb contract of plastering the Doll resident Bear Loving. Mrs, J. F. Thompson left Wed nesdsy moraine for Central, Texas, expecting to mak her homo there. Mr. Thompson lute already gone to Central and It at work th.fr. George Frederick and wife and lira, Frederick' niece, rearl Beck r, .easa In last bight from' their umiaer vacatica nt la Michigan aad Wisconsin. , Ths Current It always glad to hear from the boya "over there" and print their letter thnt other may have the pleasure of reading them and will be better able to uodtrstnnd their condition.- Frank Lucas Is known to all of us, here In Carlsbad, where ho wan...

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. — 5 October 1918

lie Evemm g Eirreit, K VOL. 2, NO. 112. c.ni,snu. .kv mi:xico. satiicdav, oct. a, iim. GREATEST SINGLE ENEMY RETIRES COMMUNICATION ON LEFT FLANK LINE OF ENEMY I IN CHAMPAGNE ENDANGERED BY ALLIED ADVANCE By Associated Tresa. Washington. Oct. 5. The Ameri can advanco northwest of Verdnn threatens the greatest single line of communication between (Jermsny and the western front, General March said today. Oeneral Tersh ing'e forces have reached points within Hi tnllen of this great ar tery. The progress of Tershlng's force caused ehe Germans to throw on the firing line many di vision, but the Americans punned steadily forward until now they face the German Krlemhlld lino of defenses. Despite the epidemic of Spanish Influenza which ha now spread to practlrsJIy every part of the United States, the embarkation of American troops In continuing at the rate of a nuarter nf n mil. Hon every month. The total num.' Uy Associated Trent. Ts.rls, Oct. 5. Fnder the iitrady pressure of French mid Amer...

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. — 5 October 1918

runs Her own canteen omin neachet Cfodles With Pole to Peeelrg Troops. Mr. Hcott Ia nn seed ncjrrn worn in At AMhtntinla, O., in bnppy lornune lh hn found n way nt last to cheer the poMler on thHr way s they puM through here i'it route from rntup to onut for ovcrnenn pervlce. Mm. J., who live nenr a mil rood truck, looked wl'tfuPy nt the troop train tin they fijicd thrmicli, wonder ing If thrre was nny way In which "ho rould make the Ions trip more i1enant for the men. Ittit thn trains went through no fat he almost despaired ontll ahe finally lilt upon a wheine that works lo perfection. Sho got a long fle, and to It he fnMcn bundle Of miiRnxInoi nml lunthcN, and nn thn train whls pnt the stand nn the itallon platform and renrhes her iclftn lo the men nn they Iran from the car 1ndow-M. SAFETY FIRST PC 13 . W. F. iMcILVAIN INSIJ RANGE HHK. AUTOMOMLR and IIOMW C ttm e mRrii-iN mnecaoi Printing sec what wc can go elsewhere. FOll KAMI. 12 aoctlon ranch In Tcxna. Good grass and water. Tar...

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. — 5 October 1918

LOCAL NEWS Joe Button U spending this week Id Roswell on business. Mrs. Gcoie Roberts In on the sick list today. Carroll Hamilton la Id from his rnn'Ji in the hills west of town. W. Slmpaon Is among sevcre.l other . residents of the Peautlful who are in Uoitwell this week. Miss Gladys Nevengcr Is 111 to day at the home of her sister, Mm. 8. L. Terry, on North Canal street. F. M. Hatfield, Mrs. Hatfield and Miss Iner Hatfield, arrived In town this morning from their home at Malaga. II. I). Padgett. J. R. Yate and L. K. Foster, reclamation official, spent a couple of days In Roswrl! on a. business trip. Mrs. Tom Wood and Ml us On a White are both on the Kick lint today, which makes the force nt the Mercantile dry poods rompuny decidedly busy. Cary Thompson, cattleman, will leave today for the Clover ranch southwest, where he gocg. to be present at the round up which begins there Monday nmtnint:. Jim Johnson has again taken chnrge of Ma old stand the "Lib erty Cafe" on Kuxl Fox street....

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. — 5 October 1918

WON'T MIX WITH SLACKERS Thalr Pretence In Prison Arouvs Pa triotic Wrath of Burglars j and Felons. j New Vot k. Two hundred suspected alacker. cnncht In tho greatest, man Jiunt In the hlxtory of floihnin, rolled, !oed. gronned nnd cursed during tho fir t nltfht of their Incarceration In the Tomb. They alo n routed the patriotic wrath of other prisoners, such ns bur, glara and felon, drunks and dona Bend, j "Can you hent It?" whined one old-; timer, up for cracking n wife. "How do them guy pet that way? Take It from trie, I don't want to he mixed tip with that Marker hunch. And then, ua though drawing tha final Hun of clarification, the old timer ahouted to a husky "conscien tious objector": "They hain't no coot If a In her, bo. If ytilt can't face dene hara nnd tha music, how yuh roIq' to face tha Huns?" FARMER WHIPS DETECTIVE Mistakes Him for Hold-Up Man and Trims Him. When Detectives Klncer Bnd Mar sau, on the lookout for backer at St. Louis, dodged out of an alley nnd tiahhed Law...

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. — 7 October 1918

c Me. VOL. 2, NO. 143. CAIIL8I1AD. XKW MKXIOO. MONDAY, CKT. 7. 1018. KV(K) Year, 60c. Month, Oc A '4 NO ARMISTICE TO BE GRANTED ENEMY fly Associated Press. London, Oct. 7. No armistice will be granted, the Central Tow era before the complete eracuatlon bjr them of aJl allied territory with a cessation of destruction and burning of allied citiea. Thin la the personal opinion of foreign di plomata t the highest rank here Vwbo todsy were questioned con cerelng the peace apeech of Chan cellor Maxlmlllian. By Associated Press. London, Oct. 7. Distrust of Germany's peace intentiona la re flected la peace comments here todajr. "In Mwttmllllan's speech," says the London Mail, "there la not a word of repentenre for the Crimea Germany has committed. did not allow Ilulgarla to tell ua what we were to do and Ger many cannot either. If the people wajnt to know what guarantees President Wilson and the allies require, they may be embodied in only two word: "unconditional surrender." Dy Aaaoelated ...

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. — 7 October 1918

'wm Ww! & : cffJ$ iff W! mf . ; v2;.- ? A ii via lit ikvMA i i r ml nil a7&; w i f 111 ? ' ,s '' If S f I -; r ...... .... . LOCAL NEWS J. G. Watson, nochnua of Dl&ek nirw, fu la towa from ihf SUtnrdiy oa a tniiatM trip. Ir. Hunter tad De&ruo motored to Up B4 turd r oa protMloB&I tutta, returalos Suaday. County Ageat A. Z. ScalUi haa r turned from a trip to Itoawell. Mrs. Ifelrta Dearup aad two chUdira eane dowa ' f rora their botna u Doaj 'Caayba aad ara vlsttlar at the A. A.'Bekrtip tome. Other cutata are Uri aad tfrtvPaut Area who are apeadiaf the ireek la Carlsbad. ' If ra. Horace ' Ilatcfciasoa had tonsils and adenoids remoted Sat urday aad Is gettlnff oa well at this time. A bahr boy was bora to Ur. aad lira. Cheater D&rch. October lad at their' home tea' mllea be tow Utlaga. v. The baby welched I 12 teuads at birth. Tom Ulddleton wai down from Queen the Utter part of the week tranaartlnf business In the county seat ' Mr. and Mrs. Claude Wrlfht left thi...

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. — 7 October 1918

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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. — 7 October 1918

LOCALJJEWS (Jeorgo. Spencer, wife and child, were f h 1 1 1 n k In Lakewood over Sunday. Mr. Spencer returned last night, hut Mm. Spencer and baby lemained for it longer visit. iikv. ono. ii. iva.Y. A. K. Miller, government sheep; Inspector, whone heudquaiteis are at Las Vegas, nunc In from there! Saturday on business connected with lil office und will likely re- main In this vicinity for several days. LOST. - Yesterday afternoon, down town, a half-grown gray kit ten. Last seen In front of the Mer cantile dry goods store. Reward for Ita return to Mrs. W. A. I'oore, or for Information as to Its where-about. Clarence Jones, son it Mr. ajid Mrs. J. II. Jcmich came In Saturday DlKht from Colorado where he has been working In electrical wiring for the Simla Fe road, and will spend a shott time with bin people in Carlsbad. JiiMin iiiciiaiiikx maris KTllOMJ lt)LITICAL M'LLCIf. L A fuJr flzxl cro l of staunch democrats and a . i republicans gathered at the cow : house Satur day night and li...

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. — 9 October 1918

ihe. Evemkg CiBrent YOL( 2, NO. 115 CAIlLNIlAI). XEW MLXH'O. W FPNLSlI IV, OCT. t), 11)1. JI.YIMI VeAr. lOr. .Month, ft', t n) 10,000 (ii:iti.s c.n 1 111:11 Enemy Smothered Under Great Dy Associated Press. Pails, Oct. 9, 1918.--Nearly ten thousand GeimatiH were tuken us prisoners yesterday by tlio allien, along various fronts of the bn.ttle fleld, says Mercel liutln In LYho de Paris. Germans evacuating Ar gonno forest, llattle continuing'. )eluge f Steel Explosives Americans Alone Capture Two Complete Field Batteries Uy Associated Tress. Washington. Oct. 9, 1918.- At the present rate of going, with the present average per capita, the fourth liberty loan will not rear the desired goal within the allotted time. Many liberty loan organi zations have adopted the slogan: "Double the Third" as a cam paign cry. Newspapers ure urged to tell the readers that basis for subscriptions to the fourth loan should be the third subscription multiplied by two. Uy Associated Press. With Americano Army...

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. — 9 October 1918

ThoEveningCurrent fl. L. Ferry. Editor and Mgr. Enteied as second clam matter; April 16, lf17, at the post office at' Carlsbad. New Meiiro, under Uie Act of Msirch 3, 1S79. Published ! dally, Sundays excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Co. Member of Tito .mic luted l'rw. llic ArhocIu t ei 1'ress Is excluslve ty entitled to tlio use for republica tion of ull news dispatches credited , to It or not otherwise credited In this rpper and also the local news puhtlsned herein. IIOIJI VOI II WIICAT. I'nited States Food Administration II. ;. ,Ui ArtiiiK Federwi Food Admlnlstrufor for New Mexico E. Knna Johnson, Educational Il rector AHuiienpio, N. M. Oct. 7, 1918. Ah tho allied armlet ndvunce and occupy mnr territory, tho need for huplic Increases, Indicated In the following telegram recelvd by Food Administrator If. (.. Hush f rom Mr. Hoover lo.te today: "Enlarged demands by Ceneral I'ershlngj for material, resulting from progress pn the western front ha necessitated temporary diver sion of ...

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. — 9 October 1918

TIIK KVEMMJ rvilRKNT. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 0, 1018. LOCAL NEWS Fred Schermeyer la la town from the ranch attain and seems glad ot the prospect of a general tain. Partly cloudy tonight o.nd Thurs day, preceded by showers thin af ternoon rant portion; little change In temperature. v James M. Wood, postmaster at Lakewood, was In town from that thriving mi biirh the flrt of the week, on business. DMrkt Court. Judg Richardson sojourned court last night after disposing, of A number of ca:es an follows, glace our ludt report: LlllEltTY lOAN HI llMitllTIONs I'ir-Ht National Itank Miss Myrtle Ward, who has heeu ' on a visit to relative at Austin,! and Fort Worth, Texas., teturnea the latter part of last wek to her home In this city. fl. I). Stennis. Jr. left on the morning train south for Eastland, Texas, where he wont on leiral bus-' Inews and will probably be von. ' ten days or two weeks. j No. 2844 11. It. H Polk vs. II. and Enroll Hamilton .Injunction. Judgment on order to show cause. No. 270...

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 October 1918

FRENCH GIRL'MUNITIONS WORKERS IN PLAY AT RECREATION CENTER, Y.W.C.A. Ur onnfluclnd by the Y. vV. . A. nw the pnt b tbr are making iwypllMi f.ir their soldiers. Ttv French government hlnhJj pntkf the Y. w l. A. work. BULL ATTACKS SOLDIER Man on 8cout Duty at Training Camp Hat Strang Experience. J. Y. Maxwell of Klmlra, on scout duty at the University of Oregon offi cers' training ramp, brought his knowl edge of hayonettlng Into play the other aay without waiting for an Instructor j to call "enemy" when charged by a bull while, crowing n (mature. The five cotapanlea were advancing t 00 a inue rront to the rifle rnnge three tellea from the university for machine run practice at the time of the Inci dent. Maxwell wan a acout for Com pany D. (le hah taking; part In a maneuver In "enemy country. 8ud dently he mtw the bull coming, lie atetM to one Hide and an the animal rushed at him. atruck It across the none with hla gun. breaking tke atock f the weapon. The bull did not at tack a aecond...

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 October 1918

He Gwrmt, VOL. 2, NO. 110. CAItLSIlAD. NKW MI3XICO. Tilt IISDAY, I M.T. 10, HUH. fl.YOO Year. flOe. Month, Ae. ttostj ENTENTES CONTINUE TO SMASH GERMAN LINE Jj R. AMCATE By Associated Treat. , Vigorously pressing adve tago trained against the Herman line nt Cainbral and St. Qubtfn. llrlt- ish-French-Amerlcans widened the' great wedge to auoh an extent thai'. the entire German front fron. llhelms northward scenm-to be In a atate of collapse. The disinte gration of this line Is being hast ened by the allies as they deliver vigorous strokes along the Alsur, while further eaat German flank, Inactive and halted are being ham niered hard by other French fort es. American flrat army around Chsjupagne, Argonne and Verdun, taking Le Caleau, which will emi nently cut the last of the lateral German railroad line connecting the German front with the gr.t salient Luon and will make, the evacuation of the entire loan area. Dy Aaaorlated Treat. Washington, Oct. 10 Secretary McAdoo appealed to ever...

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 October 1918

TheEvcningCurrcn WILL YOU HELP I tf. h. Perry, Editor and Mgr. Entered a second class matter April 16. 1 D 1 7. at the post office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Art of March 3, 1879. 1'ubllshed dally, Sundays excepted, by the Carlxbad I rlntSnsf Co. Mi imIkt of 'I lie Amk litl Pre. Thu Asxoclated Press Is exclusive ly milled to thu use -for republica tion of nil news dlnpatchcs credited to It or not otherwise credited In thl paper and also the local news published herein. OUR BOYS ABROAD? Every Man, Woman and Child Can Join to Send Mews of This Town Into the Front Lino Trenches. WHOLE NATION MOVES TO BANISH SOLITUDE The American Noldlcr. lly Associated Press. London, Sept. 10, 1918. "Am- itlrull HoldM'iB seem to grow In the night ho that each inornlnK Ihete nre more oj. them than b foie." wiltes a llrltlsh soldier In Fiance to hi relative In Kng Innd. "Americans n.re the topics of conversation everywhere," he continues! "The tillages ate full of them. Their automobile truck are...

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 October 1918

XIIK EVENCVU CTllIUiN. TlIL'RSDAVi OCT. 10, 19IK. LOCAL NEWS John It. Meant Is down from Hope today. ' Mr. and Mm. Chan. Davis are up from the lower valley today. Paul Area returned yesterday from a business trip to Roawell. W. K. Washington was In town yesterday from his Dlack river ranch. Mrs. lllanrhe Itooldese Is spend ing a few days In Itosweil (nm week, John riowman loft yesterday for Fort Worth, where he goes look aiter a cattle deal. Dover I'hllllps, of the lav firm of Stennls & Phillips, has returneu from a business trip to Koswdl. Claim Agent Miller, of the So.n ta Fe, came down yesterday troni the north on the afternoon train. Mrs. W. E. Sprong who I quite 111 with Influenza and cnfnpllca tlons was taken to the Sinter's HoHpltal Wednesday. (MTTLU HALES Cattle have been changing hands pretty fiely the past few days: hllM .ojen ....Ocm in shrailoam M. N. Cunningham sold 2 4 heau of graded stuff at $45 around to I'aul Ares. John I.uras sold his entire Tieni to J. F. Farr...

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 October 1918

Ok I RECRUIT TAKES NO CHANCES Locks Up Officer of tht Day When He Cannc-t Give Number of Poet Vancouver Ilnrriick. Wnnh. Re cruits for Uncle Sum's "Hun Turners" don't Intend to have nny (Jermnn spies put things over on them, and they are full of !') ft nI I'iiiitlon. Tlio otllecr of i !m day, making his rounds In the general neighborhood of midnight, came upon n sentry, who challenged him with the usual "Halt, who gws th-re?" "Offlrcr of the day." The. rookie" sentry was doubtful, nd he decided to test the Intruder. "Well, If you're the officer of the day, what's the number of my post!" he asked. As the officer hadn't act out the entry posts, leaving that to a ser geant, he couldn't answer, and the eentry promptly took him to the guardhouse. TOLD TO OESERT, SAYS HUN Alllca Boy Prisoner Asserts Mother Urged Him to Surrender at First Chance. New York. The spirit of Amrtcan forces overseas hns rnlsed the morale of the allied troops to the highest pitch, according to Dr. K. V. Ituckley ...

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 October 1918

He Eviik Currant, "im.mii. Niiv Mexico, i itin w, ocr. ii, hmh. ."HMi Vrni, . ..nth. .V 4r 11 n -1 1 ) 1 11 1 : r 7. VOL. 2, NO. 117. Ily Associated" Press. Ionilon, Oct. 11 Onoral Hait: reports tills inoinlnv Hint Ameri can tmop operating with lltlt !! forcer southeast of Cnmhral have completed the capture of Va.ux ami Ign. A ho St. Soiple, In the east ern sector of the town, n foothold has been gained. I m in ( t i a t x! r to the cast of Camhrnl Itrlthh troop have reached the villages of St., Vaust and Stanhert. Great w Foeg attle Now Beliir ht In Region of Cambrai by Associated Press. Undated War Lead The grip of the (lermajis In northern France has been loosened, and they are being herded back rapidly. Al ready eincebegtonlng the July of fenses the aJUea rave pushed the enemy back a mailtnum of forty Are miles form Ancre tip to the present Anglo-American wedge lo cation. Twenty-flve miles more will bring them to the Itelglan frontier south of Maubege. T)y Associated Tress. Wash...

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 October 1918

V TheEvcningCufrent S. L. Terry, Editor and Mgr. Entered an second clam matter April 16, 1917, at the poit office at Carlsbad. New Mexico, under the Art or March 3, 1879. Published dally, Sundays excepted, by th Carlsbad 1'rlntlng Co. Member of TI10 Associated Frews. The Associated Fress la exclusive ly entitled to the use for republica tion of all newa dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news ; published herein. A Frayer. Oor Father who art In Heaven, remember the sick and al Dieted one) of Carlsbad and eoniinunlty. stay Thou the sting and thi pow er of the peHtllence that in K'tti among us. Heal the sick nnd pio tect the well according to Thy di vine, will. As the ministry f thy servants is largely forbidden, at leant for the sake of prudence, we beseech The deny not the pres ence of thy holy ministry to every one that In stricken with disease. Ill cms nnd sanctify all remedies -Inn used both for prevention and recovery. And we pray...

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 October 1918

TIK KVEMXJ I'lltllKMT, I HIDW, (XT. tt, 101(1. LOCAL NEWS Mows and uiiuh ti.tii wouit rsrxrm It. L. Ellison, of Ochoa, regis tered at th Itlghtway Thursday. M. M. Jackson of Artesla, was in town yesterday at the IttKht-way. 8am Moskln, the hide and fur niBJi, came down from lUmcH yesterday. Hobs Mitchell, wife and children left last night for their hem at (ilobe, N. M. l.Ut of Prize Awarded at the lr liNt Hatunlrt). Ed. Allen, foreman of the bridge gang or the Santa Fe, left last night for Itoswell. Clarence Jones, after a few daya In Carlsbnd. . lert on the return trip to La Junta, Colorado. M. M. Stewart, of Hoswell. was down froni there yesterday, a was II. T. Dixon, both atopplnx at the PoJace. s' The Hatfield family is up f rom j Malaga today looking after busl-; news matters and visiting Willi friends. J. II. Jones made the run today to Pecos for Express Messenger Hush, the latter being laid up with Influenza. Jeff Hart, n member of the San ta Fe bridge gang, was tuken to hla ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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