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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 11 October 1918

I'uncrnl of Walter MltfJicll. Tho funeral of Walter Mitchell, whlh occuiicd yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock from the fhoine un dcrtak I nn pallors, wan well atten ded it j a rcprtcntatUe body of our people. The ca.k' t l u beautiful AiiiciIchii escoited to tin- city limits by Judge I Jones and three of his boy nnuts, who rendered Miitit.ble limbic lor the lull inl of u ruddier. Many ol the boys heloimlni; to the Mttie hand nie hick. r-ouie out of tnwn, but the pit i lot i li ader wan unwil ling that a nll t r should b hul led without thin mutk of respect. At the cemetery Kev. 11. XV. Lowrey made a short talk and cloned witli an earned prayer. The ticket wan placed In a eon- covered with heiiutt- the clft of nyinpufn n.nd now all that la Walter MitrVMI rent.- In cemetery by the side of crete vault, fill flower, I tik' frlendH. mortal of the little years old, a man of fine physique, and apparently had many yeara before him. He was a Woodman of the World and an Odd Fellow and ni'Miihe...

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. — 12 October 1918

lie ' EDveiHkff Curr 1 VOL. a. N. 1H CAHLKHAD. NKW .MKXICtl. HATlltDAY, OT. 12. 11K-. ;.Vel n. Hue. Month, ftr. i 340 AMERICANS LOST WHEN TRANSPORT IS SUNK III COLLISION Br Associated Treat, London, Oct. 11. More than 340 American soldiers were lost by the sinking of the trauaport, Otranto, which collided with the steam j Kaahtnier off the Scottish coaat. Checking of the Otrantoa Itat ahowi death roll Blood 364. .More than 2M bodies were recovered. President Wjlsoi Marches in " Parade' Great ''Liberty Day By Associated Trees. Washington, Oct. 12. Oerman re ports that Matlmillan reply to the President's inquiries -stating that It Is in a sense an acceptance or the terms laid down by the United States has led to the authoritative statement that the public should be warned against believing that Ger many Is about to end the war by an conditional surrender. Apparent ly no such thing direct dealing with Germany diplomacy Is looked for, and even the official announce ment from Ilerlln tha...

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. — 12 October 1918

ThJLveningCurrcnt " 8.L. rerrVrKJitor and Mgr. Entered a Bccond clam matter April Ifi. 1917, at the post office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Published dally, Sundays excepted, by the Carlsbad I'rlntlng Co. Member nf 1 he AHnclrtted 1'rws. The Associated l'less la exclusive ly entitled to th( uno for republica tion of all news dlspatchc-a credited to It or mt nth"rwlne crcdlteJ In this paper nnd ulo the local news published herein. The Mother' Ihmiii. Sit billion dollars In too Inrtif n lovii to b financed by even the big hanking houses nf the tlnltrd States but Ih not too large a mm to be met by the mother and fathera of America. Thla fourth Liberty Loan is known particularly as the Moth er'a Loan. The government would tathr have our little ff0 and SI 00 bonds, with all the love and loynlty that thy ntinnd for, than the cold hundred of thousand of dollar collecting Interest for financial In ntltntlona. Wotiutu' Work In Mln-ity l,oan II. F. Grandstaff, n D...

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. — 12 October 1918

T1IJ8 KVK.-SINU CirUtlKNT, RATUKDAY, OCT. 13, LOCAL NEWS Tom Parker registered at local hotel yeaterdajr from hi ranch. J. 11. Livingston and L. K. Pell were In yesterday from tho ranch and report the range good. J. It. Livingston was a Carlsbad visitor to Koswell this week, nc-' cording to the livening Newi. Prof. W. A. Poore, county super intendent, is in Arteala today, look ing Into the health of the schools there. W. A. CrnJg. of the fitatc Nution al Hank Is able to be on the Mrceta again after a severe struggle with Influenza. Mr and Mrs C. N. Jonps are at home again after a week's stay at the homo of their daughter, Mrs. Kill Lusk at Lovington. In the third liberty loan campaign the women of the eleventh federal reserve district secured aubuciiptlon for more than twenty-three million dollars. The body of O. O. Davis, who ex plred yesterdsjr morning at Carlsbad Springs hotel, was taken to the old home at Frisco. Texas, for burial, this morning, leaving on the south bound train....

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. — 12 October 1918

E R i R Dry Bits. v 1 v IT! Dry and put by for a rainy ri day. ! It's nurd to Ix'iit nature's way -aave ty ilrylng. ;J Font! In tiitk'lity nn the word ij aave so mny st'nil. ft Kh-Ii iMMimi of food drift) now mny wm n llf nt-xt winter. ft Oho wlmt yoa can tbrn dry th rMt mii Unit no iiintHi'l !: irii r.i Hint f iiiwrni-i Waste. V The apnrtfnrnt house drier W an electric fnn awl a window g starvation Vina killed more people In Kurope during the wa than all thowe lout In battle. s ttrnrwttnujc OUt SPOON, PLEASK. Make one vn of otivar !. tlit work of two. Keep Hie procrntu tiling I'ntll the wiir l thmugh. t I totamnmtnmnnitnnrmTtmtmTTtntta WOMAN DOING BIQ BIT Runt 8tort, Has Family, Yet Knlta 6,000 Sock. Although ! take cure of a gro cery, a homo nnd n faintly, Mrs. Al bert Nlcolny of Cincinnati had knit ted 2,00 pairs of nocke for th R'p tember Red Croxa quota and la Mill at it. She la nhle, In a nindoat way, to lay claim to the aork knitting charn plnnnhlp, if not of the whole irtate...

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 October 1918

lie Evening Current . C.UtLSIUD. NKW MKXICO. MONDAY, T. 14. UHft. nr, oo Ymr, iUH Month. ftc. tJopj VO,. IS, NO. 140. HUNDREDS OF LIVES LOST IN BIG FOREST FIRE IN NORTHEASTERN MINNESOTA Dr Associated Tress. Duluth, Minnesota. Oct. 14. A large section of northeastern Min nesota Is this morning smoulder log in ruins with hundreds of bod ies of men. women and children, many burned .beyond recognition, strew d about caused by the forest Are of Saturday. The leant estl mates of the death lint puts the number at one thousand. Thou sands of people are homeless and the Iom will amount to many millions of doll ax. The worst flron were on the Moose and Lake Kettle rivers and at Cloquct. A doien cities were destroyed. Germany's Reply to President Reaches the Swiss Legation By Associated Tress. Washington, Oct. 14. The dis cussion of Germany's reply opened again by Senator Moore, of Indi ana declaring that nothing short of unconditional surrender by the German army will meet the approv al of th...

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 October 1918

ros TheEveningCurrent " S. L. Perry, Editor and Mgr. rntorrd as second clans matter April 16, 1917, at ttie pout office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Published dally, Sundays excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Co. Mnlwr of The A nam-Uteri Trow. The Associated I';ess Is exclusive ly entitled to tltv tine for republica tion of all news dlHpstches credited to It rr not otherwise, credited to this paper and also the local news published herein. I MR. VOTER, 00 YOU KNOW! I That the State Council of Defense that had 1325.0 )0 to spend In the past 'seventeen month nnd that no Item lied repot t has ever been Issued to jtell the people of the state how It has ibeen spent? , That if the next Conr.reas Is Iteputi jlhan, the man tu will ti char1' of raising the revenue for the govern ment to carry on the war will be 'jeeeph W. Fordney, of Michigan, n ireak pacifist who voted wrong oa six ef the eight war questions? ., Thst more than a million an a hair ef dollars has ...

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 October 1918

11118 KVIC.IMJ CLUH1CNT. MONDAY, OCT. 14, 1P1H. w 5 . i 4 1 in 2 ITS LOCAL NEWS Help Is needed at the Eddy Co. Hospital. Anyone who has had experience will please call. Emmctt I'olk has taken a posi tion as brakeman on the rtanta o and made his first trip this morn log, 1'uford I'olk, after several days stay In town, left for his ranch! yesterday expecting to return In a day or two. Mr. and Mrs. Wood, parents of Tom Wood, are In town from Eov Ington, at the bedside of their daughter, Miss Wardle Wood, who Is said to be slightly Improved this morning. Paul Ares left yesterday for his ranch In the mountains, having spent much of the week In towi.. Mrs. Ares who has been finite In disposed, remains at the home of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Tlcarup. Mr. and Mrs. Henry SmafKe who have been In Ce.rlsbad for the past week, visiting relatives, wll vnm tonight for their home In IMIn. Nw Mexico.. FOR KENT Connecting looms for light housekeeping. Metropol itan Hotel. Mrs. Maggie need. J. P. All...

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 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 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 15 October 1918

Cnrrefflt nmg JM caiu.huad. m:v mlxico. tilkdav, oct. is, hum. .YOO Year. One. Mouth. Ac. a) VIM i. T, NO. I. VI. GERMANS EVACUATING OSTEND BASE fif Associated Free. London, Oct. 15. .Several of Germany's largest torpedo boats left Zeebrugge during a stormy night, according to a message to the Central News. German war- hips filled to capacity with soldiers also proceeded for Germany. The Germans are also reported tor have evacuated Ostend. The allies are In effective artillery range of the railway from Lille to Thourout by way of Courtral. This means that the allies dominate the connecting links between German troops a round Lille and their base in the Ostend sector. By Associated Tress. Amsterdam, Oct. 15. There Is good reason to believe that the German submarine warfare will reach its climax during the com ing winter, according to the Rhen Ische West Pahialn Gazette, which says it will produce an economic crisis of unattalned dimensions in entente countries. By Associated Press. L...

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. — 15 October 1918

A telephone message from "Walter McDonald, Lakewood, last itijht at 1 o'clock, told of the 3 Htli of a Mr. Chapman wh'cn .furred at that place and asket n cak"t bo sent up. Thla man done, and the remains of the. d?ad man are now enroute to Car Ithfed from laki-od, overland. Since, norm w hnrn that the d.ad tnat. In "llud ' Chapman, a young man of ab.tnt 21 years. The re mains will he Interred In City eetery Immediately on tholr arrival. The entire force at Wm. Lock's grocery store la down ilc'i and the store has been cloned until sueu time an they recover sufficiently to attend to business. Friend of Hay Hill, who Is ill In Roswell with Influenza, will he glad to learn that he was P.ble to be moved from the N, M. M. I. to the home of Ir. llradley, a rela tive. This was done yesterday and Hay Is improving rapidly at this lime. Mrs. Hill Is still with her son. Mra. Charles Watson received a wire from San. Antonio, Texas, today stating that her husband, Charles Watson, In ramp there, w...

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. — 15 October 1918

TUB ICVKX NO WHUICNT, TUKSDAY, OCT. 15. 101. LOCAL NEWS . Albert Johnson 1 up from Black rher today. Holley Henson la Id Iloswell this week, gouiK up Monday morning. Tom Gray was In from the much but returned to his home this afternoon. Miles Stoue will leaVe Tuesday morning for Louisiana w.lth a car of horiH'S. ' L. W. Arthur has lnoved hark to Loving until such time e the ' schools opeu again. Jesse Went was a passenger south on this morning's train, his destination bolus Hurley, N. M. Carroll Hamilton is In town from hU ranch went, transacting business. John l'lowman was brought hom. ck from Dig Springs, Texas, Sat urday, and is now at his home In Malaga. y -if Earl Hanson, who bus been 111 with the prevailing disein- for sev eral days, was removed to tl.e hos pital Monday. Mrs. Hanson in down Mick, alno. Mrs. W. G. MacArthnr left on the morning train for Camp Mac Arthur, at Waco, Texas, where she goes to be neur her husband, who Is engaged In Y. M. C. A. work. John Dickson and w...

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. — 15 October 1918

FIT TOJIAD MEH a . .. a t boioicr i cits 01 piru oi Ameri can Officers. Marching Soldiers, Near Limit of Phye. ical Endurance, Drought Back to Sent of Discipline by Act of Gamenete. There. wh none of Dm tlirlll of crowded grand stand In 1 1 race that 8ergt. Harold Kaldwln describes in "Holding the Line." it was run l)y men no ezhsustcd Unit they could acarcely aland. Yet In that slow, stum- Ming race there was timre self-denial I more heroism, more Indomitable cour-l K ttiun i-onld k Into ibi breaking of World' record. It was midnight, Sergeant Ilaldwln tiny, mid a tiot mm Hades wben we etam-d from the hanks of the Yser. We had been some '1 day constantly to action ; mkuIii and agnlu p hud bora launched Into the lint to help our ter ribly hard pressed French aud Itrltlsh comrade. Every 1 1 in n tornado of German artillery 11 r opened up, we atood read j to advance across open, ground to the front line. Judge, then, of our condition for a i'.'V-mlle march. At the beginning, they scut...

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 October 1918

L'UUd Vr Work a He Eveiaib Cm I vol-, a, xo. isi. caiilsiiail m:w mfxifo. wi:i.m:siav, or. t. huh. CZECHO-SLOVAKS! YANKS GAIN ON PROTEST AGAINST EXPORT Of FOODS FROM BOHEMIA Of Associated Press. Paris, Oct. H. Meetings called by Ctecho-Slovaks rouncil to ar range to protest against the export of foodstuffs from Ilohemla reunit ed in a general strike which In developing Into a rlut, according to dispatches from Zurich to Paris newspapers. Martial law ha teen proclaimed throughout the country and Germaji Hungarian troopa are occupying Prague, PllRcn, PlRck nd Tahor. TIIIIKK MILLION .. HALF MAItK PASNKD v liO.l.V IHtlVK Uy Associated Press. Washington, Oct. 16. With four more day to go, the nation haa paRRed the thre billion and one halt poHt In the liberty loan rare, toward six hllliona before next Sat urday night. BOTH SIDES OF MEUSE RIVER Uy ARRodated Press. WnRhlngton, Oct. Ifi. An official communication from General Persh ing received here thin morning carried the following good 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. — 16 October 1918

II jr Associated Press. Iondon. Oct. 16.- Herman news papers point cmt that President WtlHun'a note had the effect of a cold touch on hpteeh for peace nd win In direct conflict to hid first notp. Soum' newspapers com-ijn-nt on th- not-' sharpest terms and unbridled words. addlnK. "the language of President Wllunn has now become excited after confer-enci-a he ha had with th nil lea". IJahel, Oct. 16. l'realdent Wil son's reply to the German peace note reached Iterlln Tuesday ahout noon, but had not been given t the public up to 8 o'clock Tuesday nlKht. ity Associated PrM. London, Oct. 16. It la expected that the Oeriuan chancellor will make a decision today on matters contained In l'realdent Wilson's la teat note, says a Copenhagen dis patch to the Exchange Telegraph. LOST. On the road between Carlsbad and Malaga, 3 -cell storage mttery. Liberal reward for Ita re turn to WHAVER'S O All AGE. 4 Ily Associated rrea. New York, Oct. 16. The Ilrltlsh frelRhter, Tort Philip, out-bound, waa ...

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. — 16 October 1918

Tlllfi KYMMJ CIJItllKNT. WKONHHDAY, OCT. 1. I01M. t LOCAL NEWS Mrs. J. W. Lackey and children returned several days ago from Iel Hlo, Texas, where they spent the summer with relatives and are hugly esconsed In their own home again. I'k ill Ares In down from the mountains today. Rupert fczell Is up from Angles, Texas, today, planning to return tomorrow morning. Iluford l'olk returned today from his ranch horn neHr Queen. Mrs. Win. Ward returned lust night from a visit to various points In Texas. We shall he glad to hear of her Improvement In health. AitiiUr Mays Is a business visi tor to the Ileautlful from his ranch on Mack river. Sargeant Hurry Huntiard return ed last ulght from LI Puso. Hurjy recently enlisted In the Truck Transport Coipa, No. :il 5, an or ganization for strictly over scus service. The Influenzu being veiy prevalent lu the Pass City, the corps will be unable to leave for u fortnight and Hubbard wisely decided to spend that time ut li home in Carlsbad. Another vict...

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. — 16 October 1918

urni.u i im! i;aiu,i; auiiii;- bO.N. New Yoik, N. V., Utt. t, 1'JlU. lK-di toil: tllllHicil hlliool Ht (,l and OUI ltlllllfe.1 !. pOMl'il WliH lll'Mli lug, and I maui- i n. 'I C I liial j 1 1 1 1 1 ' l-t lne tij it UUW Mini tiller ttllpeH Oil 111)' 4I1III .luil U pil HI ii o'i per month. Uoiiln lia made ,t rhitl, but 1 Didn't li.-.-an Ma expei it-iiiT mill it In lil me lnn k, but am Mi4i;n'l an t'uht CI. m. Can j,c ii(i lr examination Jin (luil lu-xt uiailii or tli'1 In ft of Januaiy. The N10) iiiti' cci tli irt- month hi ijnu 1 t'i I) . I am till (. K , x.itMled ii.ti(l no on, but with one exception ami ! btxl Raw me their In ait It-It m 111 pa t li j , when, tin) saw llial 1 waa assailed With a Cliiel ill on 1 cl. I have been assigned Willi Mm and when he Isn't there I am In cliaiM'. ana today he Ih K'ttiiiK sick with the "influenza". Ami I may have to li-tt'e next wet k by myself und take command of "boat", and take her out to aea. Sum climbing up, and wlun I take the examination...

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. — 17 October 1918

Tie Evemiii t? fva ra CAItLSItAD. NEW MEXICO. TIUItSDAY, OCT. 17, HUH. .YOO Year, flOc. Montli, ftc V&TT VOL. 2, NO. 152. ens Hsiig Privemk.From as e Wide 1? roia4 c3 Germ nam Of Associated Press. Washington, Oct. 17.--Germany la now bending under the steady pressure being placed against ben by forces of Marshal Koch, ana when a little "more pressure 1 allied she will break," saya Secre tary Lansing In a statement warn Ing the nation that the war la not over and that the fourth liberty loan must be a aucceHN at a time when every dollar, as well as every man and every gun, count more than every before. Hy Associated Press. London, Oct. 17. Oeneral Hale's forces this morning began an at tack on tho Itohaln Le Catenu front. Satisfactory progress Is re ported. The Herman have been counter attacking north of here. In a strong local thrust at Haussy, the Germans pushed the llritlsh back to the western edge of village. 11 y Associated I'reaa. Ulle haa been raptured by the llritlsh. All...

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. — 17 October 1918

fK.TII OK "SHOHTY" IIKMINS. At 6 o'rlork Wednesday, at his home In thin city, oocinred the death of l-yrntcm HIcKlns (famil iarly called ".Shorty") from pneu Itjonla, after a week's lllneas. Mr. JlliCKln was tnkn violently 111 on Mm run from Carlfbad to I'ecos, lie being hrakeman on that run for it couple of yeajn. Ilia parent reside at CIovIm, tut were here In attendance on their on durlna; hl IllntHM and at Mm death. He was 34 years old, married, and the father of two younir ehlldren. The MiualtiM will ho shipped to- nlpht to Clovls, for Interment, ac companied by the bereft fela.tlvcs, and a brother brakeman, Jesse Wheeler, who has been usliting the family In eery way during their trouble. Mr. IllKitlna waa a member of the llrotherhood of Ki'.ilway Trainmen and burial may occur under their auspices In Clo Ih. The Current, In company with a host of friends made by thin ex cellent family during their abort at ay amonit iih, extend sincere con dolence to the mourning friends. Miss N...

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. — 17 October 1918

TIIR KVKN1NO CUTtRKCT, Till HMDAY. (KT, 17, IOl. I LOCAL NEWS Mra. Uert Kawllna has Joined Mr. Uawlins at lovlngton and they will likely remain there a niontli, at leant. Mr. Kawllns had expected to enter V. M. C. A. work the 30th of October but has had his tliuo extended one month because of health conditions and other mat tera connected with his business here In Carlnbad. Mra. Dr. Ilradley came down to Carlsbad Wednesday afternoon from her home In Roswell, expecting to leave this morning for IUfHtow, Texas, called there by the deuth of a cousin. Cpon arriving here, however, Mrs. llradley became quite Indisposed with symptoms of In fluensa, and returned to Iloswcll on the night train. Mrs. Dal ton has returned fiom her trip to Illfc Springs, Texas, and Is anxiously awaiting the arrival of her furniture which left that place this week. Their recently purchas ed home on North Canyon street, ha been made ready for occupancy and Mrs. Dnlton. her mother, Mrs. MeClure, and little daughte...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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