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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 17 October 1918

PROCLAIM m lih of November. A ot fur the ad ministration It another bullet fired at Hlndenburg and Ladt ulorlf. IN ORDER, IF POSSIBLE, TO STOP THE FURTHER SPREAD OF SPANISH INFLUENZA AND PNEUMONIA IN OUR MIDST AND AFTER BEING DULY AD VISED BY EMINENT PHYSI CIANS OF OUR CITY; DO HERE BY PROCLAIM: 1. That there be no congregat ing of people on side-walk, in stores, in post office, or other places where people ran be crowded' together. 2. That the afflicted stay off the street and remain at home or be isolated cntil attending physician advises that patient is out of danger and will not communicate said dis ease to others by going on the streets of our city. .. If coughing or sneezing use handkerchief and immediately with draw from any one near you. 4. 'Phone your orders as far as possible. 5. Funerals should be private. 0. Boys fand girls, young men and ladies, desist from gathering in bunches on the streets or in stores. 7. Parents keep children at home, unless absolute necessity re q...

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. — 18 October 1918

The Evening CurreMu VOL. 2, NO. ira. caiilmiad. m;v mi-:xic:o. i itinw, ocroiucu ih, huh. LIBERTY LOAN IS I GERMAN REPLY hearing mm m OBJECT TO STRETGil riv Associated rress. ' Washington. Oct. 1S. -The four th llxrt y loan Is now n'j tin u the home Mretrh with I billion. 2T,n million SllbhCI IptlnllM. lOhplte the tremendous tinsiibsct Iptlon balance rampaknct s throughout the coun try reported I hoy would h" satl fl'il with nothing lens than 11:1 met subset Iptlon. WILSON'S UN Ily Associated I'reNS.- Zurich, tfwltzeilr..!. Oct. is.--I Official r.iifmonts Imiod ly tho entente war oITIcoh arc no lonper published In, (Jvi many. Humors of outbreaks by soldiers t the front and abusive placards concoi nine ' I'mperor William, frown I'jlnce, Hlndcnburi: and Lndondorf are j posted at unions railroad statlom In Oermany. ! m( iat-d 1 "T iN'tno, .wit.ot land. Oct. Is. I't-ivent Wilson's Hply 1ms ere,'! id a n-w Mate of atfiMM In diplV mat r mni cations i-lathe to peace, It Is tepolted fioni (...

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. — 18 October 1918

TheEvcningCurrcnt S. 1: Perry, I'.dltor and Mgr. Kntend an gerund d.i8 matter Apul Hi 17, ut tin pout olTloe at Caihbad, New Mexico, under the At or March 3, lH7!i. l'iiMlnh- daily, Sniid.iH xnj)li, by the Cai I l. i I i , iiiUii:; ( o. 1 tie As in i.ih d I'm j h m ixtliihHe l Milled to tiM' use (or 1 1' jiii Id ira tlon i all limn dlhp.iti Im m indited to it or not otherwise cndlti-d Id thN i.in i and iiImi the lot at ifwi putill. hi'.l hcieln. hae oerutieil n CaiUhnd In thr piiKt ciitht d.in and more than that lllll.lliel t tllflli ; the n.ttlte lOMlA tion. Th situation at Hohwc-M inn to be under control, hut at Clml.i, Ainurillo, and Carrl.oxo It Is l.i ilU'. MH.VIlrt IN l:t.slt. Tin' Mlii.itii'ii In ( ' i 1 1 li.ul r iiumt haul In In MlM li in. pt i il , i I Mm.u'li only him- di.itli was I'jioit- d lift lilt hi that h liuiH! i, nl I. mini'. Mint (iiiii ut S I -1 I -i lio pital. A n ii in Im i i new imsi h )i.le ln u l polled, .in I nut ili. l elatm t'.fe ejif mi ,. , ,,i) ltt,. ...

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. — 18 October 1918

TII1C KVICN1NO CTKIIKN'T, LOCAL NEWS M. Lewis, foroniun of Iho 9K ranch, 4 7 miles southwest, spent tliy day In town yesterday. BATTERY OF BABY TANKS GOING INTO ACTION. W. II. ni.iH'li in nttcndlnu kind n. Hanoun Is Iho lower tl bUSlUCSS no from his valley today of dlffeicnt Dr. and Mrs. V. F. Docpp Are the Crawford and have received warm welcome from their licet filend.s In Carlsbad. it n of . Tt, j . . . -a-; , .., ''' - . ' 7 . , 1 , y, ; ;' ' - " :; : : -. , . . v,-. k ' ' . . :.''' '. i . ' -.' :. . . , v ' , , - . . f ., Ravmond Llv hm.ton Is In fiom li Hudson ranch a.ul guest .it the Palace. town Is a Pud ti'l da wan. t"l.lJ plM'II W.tH I t 1 1 1 1 1 i a iuik Ii ill on town j es the Id la- Two new i"Ih14 i s rami- in on the tiain from tin; no i (It today and will assist In caring lor th sick at SUtn'rt ln.spita.1. Tin- nurses in charge there will bo glad of this uddltion to their raiiki an liny have been laboring incessantly since tho epidemic bioke out. Tin" ..' in no lik li...

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. — 18 October 1918

TO SETTLE MEN ON LAND How Countries Are Making Provisions for Futur of Soldiers Return Ing From the War. Our own CTuita to vnw for our ol (INth nf(T t!io wnr rnn lrst l fuN lllli'd If i keep up with what ulliiTa nro il Inif. Tlu ItrltMi cumin in n K " - - . - ' They're in to Fair targets, every one of these men, for the German riflemen and machine gunners hidden behind the parapet. But they are not thinking of the bullets whizzing past them; of the shclL bursting over their heads. They are intent on one thing to scale that bank, take the bridge head and win the day. And these men are made of the same stuff as all true Americans who read these words. ) This Spact The Carlsbad Current i.ki;wooi I.IM AI.S. The llllllleii.a M-ciiis to be nil the IncieiiHe hele; we llllili'l i-trt ml that lt. I'lii.iy Ii.ih inoie than m.e bundled cuhi'h in and near town. The troiilde here, h.h ilnewhere. is that thone Mho li;ic it ct up too soon, tlieieby endaiiKerini; their own IUch us well us spread in...

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. — 19 October 1918

e Evemn VOL. 2, NO. 151. caiilmiad. m:v miixuo. svn hday, oer. ii, huh. .V)0 Ycnr, (K. .Month, fio. Oop to MORE THAN TWO MILLION YANKS NOW OVERSEAS Ily Annoclated Frenn. Wa-nhlnjcton. Ort. !!.- Mori' tlinn two million Americans have irone overscan, (lonoral March today told the nenate military committee While tho conference wan In pro Kti'M (Sen. March nald tin' ('.rm;.nn had evacuated tin- entire FclKlan count up to th Holland boundary and that It la "now in tin pimnen kIimi of the allien". Hy Annociated Fitm. London. (Jot. -1 p. m. Many Ccrman column with mimci oiih fcitnH and autnmohilcH ttavclinc cantward, arc panning throuvh Sluln a town on the Holland Trout ten milt'H cant of Itruircn. Ccrman ncntincln have alandond their pontn on the canal at Sulppo. Dy Associated Frees. Amsterdam. Oct. 1 ft. - llrltlnh forron ari approaching Sluln. on t h Dutch frontier, and 10 mile north of IlruKcn, nan adviccn from Ilrenkcnn. The Ccrmnnn continue to retire toward (Hunt. . SATURDAY the 10th...

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. — 19 October 1918

mi.;a noii;. ii i . i. litt n 1.1. Malai... N. M., Oct. li. Neaily i home in tills oiri in ii n 1 1 y has tl I II MII toillhl'll ll) till- blight fl.lliil ol Spanish Itll llH'l,l. MIH U llliatlllll. III'' .IHhl.-talll fiv: i..,olii, .ni to her home i l .Ait' -i.i tml.ij tn tlslt her lulk. Tin' loliownm iIi.iIIin ii if if iff nil: Ji -ii. luiaiti', Juliana Imi- ; i ii i c l 1 1- Aluim Oiiititi', tint l-'inl I ,ili .flu- : jii,. i .!' 'I ji n J J ' In JII S'pei 4f t!ir JUl I Ml MM r Hi. h. r Ihi- i IkIImw mu an' tpoitid con- hi l una tl i' Spanish in- ; John .1 i. K, John Plow J.'l.n o .WiKnn, I'iiiiI I'low-.i.i-H' tin in, ;.. (.'ii'M'ii'.nn, lily, il.nuht. i, Malgalet. in w i api s an- Flunk llee lorn u tin- vliil.lnn of lU'V. I. two .it K;m Kendall's, seven MllilrlHl family, flllll lit. tilt' I 1 1 1 1 1 , ami Many 111 tin-, Anna Hong, piliiuuy teacher Yl'SO school, It 11 m in lived lit oil liiiiin' to iiiiiain dining 'Mll'lll( ir on H na it liny ii 'I. Unity lliiiul" rlsb tu lnar t...

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. — 19 October 1918

TIIR ICVKMNO CUIIIUSYT, 8ATLItD.1V, OCT. lf, 10IM. LOCAL NKWS TO IWTItONH OF THH FAFItLHH COMI'ANV. Mra. Win Ktnkcman, who ha been In a locnl aanltarlum for Home wecka, will continue hor con ,In compliance with an order Issued from the Superintendent's office, effective October 16th, all credit accounts with the Company will be discontinued, that Is, till cxptcss matter dellveted or re ceived, must be paid for nt the time. I Oust that the patrons of the office will' rccoxnlte the position In which this order placi s me and the their ro-opei alion in the matter. KAY SOt.ADAY. Anent. valescence nt the home of her relaH tlvca, Mr. and Mm. Chris Walter. Krank V. Itoss, of the om mercantile company, In In town to day from hi home nt Loving. Mark Karrcll and wife ate In from their rnnrh on Mack river for a couple of day'n May In town. .1. T. White has returned from IiIh business trip to the north, where he went to close n sale of a farm and attend to other affairs Itemeiuher that the Ked ...

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. — 19 October 1918

4 nurnbef "oroflier officeM T vlxlted th$ night before tlio largest of these cnmp. Amcrlcnn camaraderie run high Iq I'ngland. When Ynnk meet Yank la Ori'iit llrltulti th convention art dropoed In the haU-fcllowwcll-met faliion. In t!i j manner I met nq American colonel nt the xtntlon. lie. epottcd iim' for u Ynnk, thrust out hll hand and Introduced Muoo-lf. "I gut a tin buggy glng up to thq rump Khnrtly; climb In," ho limited. Wi' reached tti cnmp 111 tluio for dinner nnd It xviin "aome" dinner, la tin; galvanized Iron menu hut for of llcern I nit down to n real Ynnkea "nqunre feed" f roast beef, potatoes, peas, tomatoes, coffee with real un 'Hkltnined tnllk nix mik'ur nud ho hooeiU to-JchoHuphat Auk ricuu upplo pie. Tlhey're am to Wim Fair targets, every one of these men, for the German riflemen and machine gunners hidden behind the parapet. But they are not thinking of the bullets whizzing past them; of the sheila bursting over their heads. They are intent on one thing to scale th...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 21 October 1918

Dvemiiis; Cinrent VOL. 2, NO. M, CAItLHltAD, M:V MKXIfO, MOMIW, XT. ill, HUM. 93.00 Year, OOc. Month, Be. Tie LANSING BELIEVES: YANKS DOWN 17 NEW DIVISIONS GERMANY'S REPLY ENEMY MACHINES WILL BE RECEIVED! DURING ONE DAY SOME TIME TODAY By Associated rrM. Washington, Oct. 21. Secretary Lansing: Raid that he had every reason to believe that the German reply to President Wilson's note on peace terms would be received very shortly, perhaps before the day was over. Secretary Lansing did not Indicate what Information had reached him to clear up the uncertainty rcgardlnK the coming of the German reply created by conflicting unofficial reports com Ins? through neutral countries. He said, of course, there could be no comment upon the various ver sions of the probable "nature of the note. By Associated Tra. Tarls, Oct. 21. The allies have crossed the Scheldt river at sev eral points In the region of Aude narde, 15 miles southwest of Ghent. Audenarde has been en circled and Its fall at any mom...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 21 October 1918

TheEveningCurrent S. Is. 1'crry, IMltor and Mgr. Knlcrid us second class tnattrr Apill H.Jiil?, nt the poHt ofTlco at Ctrlhad, Ni'W Mexico, under the Art of Muiili 3, I Mil. Published daily, .Siuh1.( h x ptt ij, by tho Carldiad I'i Intlnif (Jo. .tli uthi't r Tin- A.m iiilcil I'rcHH. J ')' i liiti ij I'icks lit Jkclualo- i i.'ilKJcil to the !l..c lor 1 Cp ilbllCU Ji'tl It uli lii'tfa (lUpatCjit'H tll'iHtnil '-') It "I" I.Ol III 111 I S !..' ctidilid lu fiii. .im i ainl ul.-'j the tot al uuw (Mll'll.titl li III 1 1 111. 4 O M.ltl.S". Is I'l.llslll N(. M 1)1,1111'' 'lliln 1.1 III III' DIM' nl tli' In mo- i i.iIm i. ll.Mim i uli iluiiu: the I. ill c.ilnp.lli n. It Mill In- lii .ml I.-, .i liii,,in iii i i ij i oiij. 1 1 hMuii.il iiih- I I Ml IIIKl III I M il st.ltc tllilt ill (IX -I I li 1 1 i ll Muti s siioilor in .Nun lu lu I . To I'.h k It i, '. tin I i luii i i. lis Mill pnuc tliat it Ii.im l.i i n J inoci alic suppoit t ti.it li.i.s up Jh lit tin pHhiuint in tin iii.nliu t il Hie 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. — 21 October 1918

TIIK UVKXI.MI CTItltKNT, sifli 'is 'joo Mvnvoiv k LOCAL NEWS Horn, Saturday at AnderMin'n naultarlum to Mr. and Mrn. Allot) Tipton, a buy Liu by. Congratula tions. Mm. Nillltj Albert returned to Iut home In Konwcll Saturday night after i pending several da.yn here ehkIkI I n k in tin" rare of the Hlfk nt the home of Mr. and Mrn. V. (). MrCollnm, who Hie now lm pro I n k. ('lain!" Meltdown, of Lovlnctnn, In In twn fimn there Hpenditiu Sunday In the county neat. I'lojd SI Hal t, of Jj.l, New .Mex ico, lit a xl.-ltoi to the lleautlfiil today. T. J. Stanford U-turned fioiu Texan, wheie In- npent much of the time the p.n-t niimiuer, mttltil. Ill Satunlay nlKht. Mr. Stanford came hi at a had time, hut ha no far eHt'aped the prevailing tpl-(Uiuir. O. K. Inmam In rcKlntercd at the 1'alace from the bU: Ingram ranch went of Lukewood. Pierre M. Uowden, of P.i own wood, Texi'ji, Is a nohlicr I F.I I 'hmo, Texan, who In III town thin luniiilni: and will he hen- until the nkht train tonik'ht. Pau...

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. — 21 October 1918

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC I tr .. - IN OKDKIt TO HKLP PREVENT FUR THER SPREAD OF THE INFLUENZA, WE, THE UNDERSIGNED ASK THE PURLIC TO REFRAIN FROM ASKING THAT ANY GOODS RE SENT ' ON AP PROVAL DURING THE PRESENT EPI DEMIC. We feel sure that everyone will gladly cooperate m this matter. PEOPLES MERCANTILE CO, T. C. HORNE JOYCE - PRUIT CO. R. L HALLEY BOSTON STORE COI.OIt.tlH) Cl.hlMiYM.t.N TIXI.S of uiik.it imwiitv or .VMKItlt AN KOI.DIUItS. 1'ailK. Oct. the American lew dJHierard In one of the their officer to 1'ttilH recently Hon, u llaptittt 19.- A new story of flhtliiK iuh.u'b reck lor dan nvr which It KrcutCBt prohU'iiii ot to curb wan brought by Wilbur M. Wll (IciKyinun from Colorado, who went ull tho way from Chateuu-Thlerry to FIbiiicm with a l'nnM)ivHtila regiment In the drive which hcKun In July. "With my own eyed," xuld Mr. WIIkou. "I have men American boB (tti'iU out from I he licnchfH to a froK pond In No Muii'h Land rulmly lemme iln-ir uu'rniiiiH and dlu Into tli.' cool wuter...

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. — 22 October 1918

Evens! Current line VOIj. 2, NO. 134. (Wltl.Ml l. NEW MIIXICO, 11 T.slitY, OlT. IIH. OFFICIAL TEXT OF ENEMY MAY BE GERMAN NOTE FORCED TO MEOSE 0 BEEN RECEIVED! LINE BEFORE ABLE TO MAKE STAND IJjr Associated Press. Washington, Ort. 22.-The offi cial text of Germany's latest note concerning peace addressed to President Wilson has been recelv ed by cable at the Swiss legation here. The Swiss representative haa ar ranged to deliver the note to Sec retary Twinning as soon on it could be decoded. Considerable difference, in the verbiage from that given out in unofficial press 'dispatches may be shown when the official transla tion Is compared, nnd It is expect ed that the official text will clear up certain obscure pannages In the wireless version. There was Indi cations thin morning thnt there will bo no announcement con cerning the note before tomorrow. CHRISTIAN & CO. INSURANCE Fire, Automobile and Surety Ily Associated Press. The development plan Is being followed by the German hi...

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. — 22 October 1918

tKJ.KHO PROCLAMATION. 11 lO IWmIiI (if i'4 tlllt) 4'iiiiiiIh. lMier of laldy Count), e .Mexico. WtiiH'n, by S it ion i:77 of tlie New Mcxho Statutes, Cm1i Illation f i ::., it 1,1 in.Kii- the duty or llu.inl of Co.int) CoinnhHsioii- in ol c,ic!i counl), in tlie State l New Mciii) tu piorlalm the lions Unit ali to be Ik M in hi- icopectlve counticH tor th' IHUjioiti ol otliiK for cn.nilid.ites i "i' the ihiH'K'iit onu-i'H mill other niHtti ih uinl do ki ti n (l.is In foii' tin1 ilcittiMi by proclamation .iikI to he puhlUhnl In ruth ot 'In' (Wi li iiilinu lifWSpeptH pllh- lihed In haul count) and Mf public nollcc oT tin objects or the brtlon it m I thf officers to he ofc3l for ti rul ihiuhm of the rati lid.ites for each of said office h-s tin names ate on Hie In the of llce ot the t'ounty Cleik, and ttn post olfire addresso of each of tii 1 .1 candidates, and the place while Maid election lit to he In Id Jn eiirh precinct, in said ronnty, wlicrn there me no daily newspa 1itm published...

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. — 22 October 1918

t TIIK KVKMNO t'ttltlUOrT, TUESDAY, OCT. 22, 1918. LOCAL NEWS i:iU)V i Ol NTY "OVI.lt Till! toi IN Nl,i; Ol' MltCIMY IMK4. I The local draft board received a telegram yesterday rescinding all calls up to date. No reason wan given for this action. Itev. V. II. Spaiks, of Artcsla, came down from there yesteiday and la still In town. V. A. Stcclman wait In town Thursday en loute to Carlsbad with n load of cabbage. We weighed one head that weighed 17 Ain't that some cabbage? co Valley Press. 1-t lbs. 1'cnas- Horn: I.aKt night, to Mr. and Mix. J. Kdwnrd Sti Ingham, a nine pound boy baby. "Frank lldward Mellowed Htrlngham" ban mtiIhiI a hearty welcome from the many friends of bis pamits Id Cailsbad and all are very happy over Ills utrival. I.UHt account from the little daughter or Mrs. 1.. Higglns (who wan ery ill when they W rt Calls bad for Clovls last we k I Is that iihe In convalescing rapidly and hopes ate entertained ol In! rally and complete recovery. I'. H. Vcntlicr I'oircvt. Cais...

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. — 22 October 1918

TheEveningCurrcnt S. L. lVrry, Kdltor and Mgr. Kntcred as second class matter Apt II K, 11)17, at the punt ofllcu at Cailsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March 3, 187!). Iubllah-1 dally, Sundays excepted, by th C:i 1 1.-t'ful Hunting Co. .Mntilx-r of 'Hit A luled l'rHM. The Am ..ot i.it (! i'lchd is ixcIusIVh ly entitled to i in- list- lor republica tion ol all iivMii dispatches credit' 'i to it or i.ol otlitiwihi; emitted In ttitu papei aiut a I ho the locui new published llClclll. 1 It IIKI.HTMAh ri. i;ui.v. IX) VOI There's II IllOVelllt III on to do Christmas shopping unusually cur ly tlilM year. And also to limit it to iiHclul aiticlcH, excepting toys for cliililn'ii. Toys lor children may ! bought tnat are not iiHfiil, but they uie the only article that the government thinks jthould be bought that can not be put to use by the iccipietit. Shop in October and November, und til the cully pat t of I lecember, but don't leave it to the last week j of the month. Merchants havej ple...

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 October 1918

-scroctL KIT? uzz Eveiffii A VOI-. 2, NO. 157. i;i,siti. m:w Mexico. vi:iMnv, ocr. 2:1. iimm. line C A NEW GERMAN STATE OF AUS TRIA CREATED Uy Associated Press. Panel, Oct. 21. The Oriuan Austrian deputies In t Austrian relchsrnth have formed nn annem bly for the purpose of conducting the affairs of Germany's people In Auntrla and have tanned a declara tion annotinrlnK t lie creation of a "German state of Austria". Tliere In every evidence that tho Cerman people In Auntrla, faring that Austria-Hungary might druw away from Oermany, were delirious of Insuring their own clone unity with tho Cerman empire. PRESIDENT WILL j ALLIES GAINING NOT PROPOSE ON ALL FRONTS 1 AN ARMISTICE Washington. Oct. 23. There will be no announcement today of the prPHldent'a decision regarding the (iermnn peace note. It la under stood that the outcome of ex changes between London and Paris Ih awaiting. Prof. V. A. I'oore authorizes the Current to announce that should condition continue to Im prove, tho remain...

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 October 1918

M.F.ITION PROCLAMATION. Hj tJie Potted of (' tint) Coiiiniis. hloOCIn Of Llld) (oillllt), vw Mexico. A hMi-jf, I.) Section 1!77 of the 7Ni w Mi-mid Statutes, Codification r 1 f t . it in 1 1 1 it I tlx duty of the I'iii.ii I of County Cnmiiiisslon- f or each noinf), in the State :i New Mexico to proclaim the. ! tloS tliiit ale to In- 1 1 -1 cl Iti Mi.1 respectm futilities for the putrxihf of voting for nut ! Mates fOt the l I ffl'M'flt offices and Other initcis and do ho tin l;t)H be fore tli)' election by pto lamntlon Alt to tic p'ltlllHlcd In 4'iK'h of h two I jt 1 1 n k ncwnpii.pers pub lished In Kiiid roiinty and give pitMic notice of the objects of tho rlntlon iiml tin' officer to In otii lor ami names of the ran 1 1 it .k I a for each of said offices im la nanus lire on Me In. the of iire of tlu County Cleik, nnd the -oobt office addresses of each of nl candidates, nml tin1 place whern said election Is to be held In each precinct, In said county, where there nre no daily newnp...

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 October 1918

THK KVK.MNO ClTltllKNT. Wl'.llMWD.W, OCT. 2.1, 1018. LOCAL NEWS I mm I T KTTEItS fr i.n our boys in the trenches and from the women In canteen and other war work, all hrinp; to us the name mo sajre SEND US NEWS FROM HOME. World news ia all riffht, but OUR HOYS want NEWS OF THIS TOWN. They want the home newspaper. Publishers are prevented from .sending their papers free to anyone, even boys in tho service. Consequently a national movement has been started by Col. William P.oyce Thompson of New York, who is acting as President of the Home Paper Service of America to give the boya what they are calling for. Every community ia Joining the movement. Let u tee that our boy are not forgotten. Send to the publisher of this newspaper whatever amount of money you can 5 cents or $50.00. We will publish a list each week of those contributing, and the amounts contributed. Every cent received will be used to tend this paper to our boys at the front. If at the end of the war, there it any turplut,...

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