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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 23 October 1918

ThcEveningCurrent S. L. Terry, F.ditor and Mgr. Kntcied as second class matter April 16, lit 17, at the punt ofTico at Cailshad, New Mexico, under the Act of March 3, 1879. l'ubllshed dally, Sundav excepted, by the CaiUbud 1'iinOng Co. Member r I he Amh luted I'ion. Tin' Asmii latcd 1'm'hh la exclusive ly iiititlfl to the use for publica tion of all Hewn dispatches credited to It or not othciwisu credited in thin paper und also the local news published lieiela. IN M'lTi: or V.lt AM IIMill M AThlt. 5 V . If )ou wunted to nil a second hand uuloiuohile, or tent a house, )ou would put un advertisement In the paper and run It u few times or until you sold the ma chine or lented the house, mid then you would unit. If you were manufacturing goods or running u store, you would lualntaln your advertising contin uously, because you would not be aiming to make one sule, but inauy iiH many us you could. All right. Now comes along the war and upsets your supply of raw ma terial, or made-up goods...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 24 October 1918

line Evening CuirreMfc VOL. 2, NO. 138. CAHLSHAD. xkw ;MHXlCO, Tlll ltsllAV, orr. 21, hum. PRESIDENT'S RE PLY TO GERMANY GIVEN OUT TO WORLD LAST NIGHT Ily Associated Press. Washington. Ort. 2 4. President Wilson's reply to Oermany wan went broadcast to the world from the Arlington naval radio towers last night after the official text had been put on the cables. If It w not picked up by the great Ger man wireless station at Naven. It was undoubtedly relayed from other points in Ktirope In time to reach Merlin thin morning. Washington. Oct. 24. - President Wilson has Informed the Herman government that he has transmit ted ltd correspondence to Mm, In which the Hermann are necking an armistice for peace, to the al llea together with a suggestion that If those governments are disposed to effect a peace upon the terms and principles Indicated, that the higher military advisors and the military advisers of the United States be asked to submit the necessary terms of auch an armis tice an w...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 24 October 1918

1.. .-I t Wil 1 fnt t' W 1 1 1 f w o 1 two 1 of j;i.i:tio piwhlamation. 11 iJm IWmnl of iU iinly Comml- htiMtt t of i;ii Ontiit), Ae Mexico. Whereas, by Section 1 1 7 7 of the Ni'W Mexico Statutes, Codification of IMfi. it is made tfie duty of tlia Poard of County Commlssldu is or Midi county, In the Stato tit New Mexico to rorlaini the -lions, ttiat air to bo lie Id In fhe respective counties for the puipoHO of votlnx for candidate lot the different offices and other tnatteiN and do hi ten days be fore tli" li ( lion Ity proclamation and to fx' published In each of the Iwo leading newspapers pub lished in Hafd county and give public not in- of tin' objects of the lotion and tin officer to ! ol-l for and iiuiihh of t h ran didatH for each of nald offices the names ar' on file in the of fice of the County Clerk, and the pot office nddn'MMCH of each of mild randlda.ten, and the place where nald flection In to he held In each precinct, In nald county, ulwie there nro, no dally newspa p...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 24 October 1918

TIIK KVK.M.NO Ct'ltUtCNT. THUIWDAVf OCT. 24. HUH LOCAL NEWS J. V. Ilaynolds, of Dalian, In la the city, stopping at the Crawford. il. M. .Smith, oi Albuiiutruue, is u fcuvfct of the Oawtoid Una week. Mia. Mamie W. Jenkins wan up from hei homo ut IsmuH yeMei day, tiuUHucluiK bualuesn. Mm. Jenkins cxniimcd home 11 tie lutci ior pictuicti or the Hoys uud (inh club exhibit, taken o our aitmt, Kay lhivla. The Icmains ol Mix. J I a 1 1 Pat chlti will unlvc on the nifclit ti am from i;i Puso, accoidmn i tele gram received by iricnda in Car lsbad. Mih. John Lucas will ac company the body. .No ftiranne lucntn in liquid to ItH burial have beeu made. IT TAKLS TIIIJ VAN KM TO TI.M TO KAISLK HILL. Wiittcii l I'oxy Orandprt. Viicen, .New Mi-Oci) IKHSF. I'UU KF.NT.- Furnished or unfurnished; modern; close m. Apply Current office. The body or J. lint Ah wine came lu last nliiht from tin south accompanied by 'the widow and two email noy. Interment was in the City cemetery thin morning at lo o'clock....

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 24 October 1918

If ThoEveningCurrentl S. L. Terry, Editor and Mgr. Entered as second clang matter April 16, 1917. at tlie post office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under th Act of March 3, 1879. Published daily, Sundays excepted, by the Cailhbad Printing (Jo. Member of I lie Ah1hUm1 Prcmn. Tlie AHMJu.ttfd Press is txclusivo-j ly entitled to inu use for republic-' tlou of all news dispatches crcdlle.4 ! to It or not otherwise, endued iu thla paper unit also the. local news published lieteln. I Ditui; ion t .Mn:i w u woitu n.sih uii.i, in: .made ii m; vi i;k or .NOV. It TO IN. made Unit In hei from the the cby the General Uoad two thousand The peace talk will not have the ellect to can.se a letting up of the iMliulles ol thoHe responsible, for the big dine for fundit with which ti flounce the war needs of the seven ot gaiilzations nursed In the united war work campaign. Dr. John K. Mott, director general of the I'nlted War Work campaign. In u icccnt telegram to ull state directors, said: "Our whole nation...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 25 October 1918

Mae EvemiiiE Current. VOL. 2. NO. 165. C.ltLSIIAl, MiW MlwXUO. I lUDAY. UtTOIIUl tf.1. IIIIN . .Yu Year, OOc. Month, ftc. iMtpj. SOLDIERS REVOLT IN HUNGARIAN CITY PRESIDENT WANTS U.S. PEACE REPRE DEHOGRATS SENT SENTATIVES ARE BRITISH CAPTURE 8,400 PRISONERS TO CONGRESS NOW IN FRANCEIsiNCE WEDNESDAY I 2 By Associated Press. A Washlnston, Ort. 25.- President Wilson today Issued an appeal to the people of the country to return a democratic congress In the Nov ember elections If they approve of his course In this critical period. The return of a republican major k Ity to either houso of conKicss, the president said, "would be certain to be Interpreted on the other side of the water as a repudiation of my leadership." The president sold he would accept the country's ver dict without cavil, but If It wns adverse to the power of the present administration, the great trust as signed to him would be seriously linpa'red. Dy Associated Preti. Washington, OcV 25. Colonel K. M House, the persona...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 25 October 1918

I u?jaaauRfiyiifi!fir.ra Rniins2fiKUi Lc.iEraL?J2rcfi!Rfi 1 AT THE Peoples Mercantile &o ODD PIECES IN MEN'S WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S HEAVY UNDERWEAR IN SEPARATE PIECES AND UNION SUITS SELLING 50C. AND 75C. PER GARMENT ODD PAIRS OF SHOES IN LADIES AND CHILDRENS MANY SELLING AT LESS THAN HALF THEIR VALUES. 1 ASSORTMENT OF LADIES COLORED HOSE G5c. to $1.00 vaucs at 50Ci 1 Assortment $1.50 and $1.75 at $1.00 Lki:ooi LOCALS. Dr. V.. S. Furay repoiH the In fluenza hit nation decidedly better, Ul t lllMI K tt III IlilM the lieW fUSI-H to ll H ( Thursday ) tint font of, these hi' i -' ti 1 1 from other localities. Three ;' oti I y ai' seilous: tin' IiIit Mi. ItiiiKliaiu. his three year nil son. iiml a native named Di on. i Itut 1 1 1 1 1 hope is entci tain- '1 n either of these. Dr. Furay deserves tli thanks of evet ) litnly lor IiIh cneinetic ami untiring efioits hi behalf of the hick In Hit town ami community. He has liail more titan 150 cases, und has litt-ii on tin pi t.iy ami flight...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 25 October 1918

THUS KVKMMJ CLUIIKNT, I KIDAY, OCTOHF.Il 1M LOCAL NEWS Horn. The Current Is alad to learn of the birth of a baby daugh ter to Mr. and Mm. Elmer Ham ilton, last Monday. Although late In making the announcement, the Current Rendu the little girl and her parents best wishes. I Mr MTCATIO IMIUOVINU IN Altl,SHAI. Tas Love eontlnues quite 111 at his home on Halagueno street. Dr. L. II. Pate left this morning on a business visit In Denting. New Mexleo. ejecting to be gone three or four days. N. II. Ilulrher, wife and children took' advantage of the fart that the schools will be closed nest week, to make a short visit ut the ranch, going this morning. Next Sunday, the 27th. Is the time set by the government for All the clocks to be turned back one hour. This In accordance wlthw hat Is known as the "Day light Savings Law", which was punned by congress at Its last session. The cold wave premised us fail ed to materialize yesterday. but there Is a tang In the air thai presages the coming of fr...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 25 October 1918

"J 13 t m as. yioppoo u U 3 HOUR GOVERNMENT HAS RE QUESTED THAT EVERYBODY HEGIN THEIR Christmas Early AND FINISH UP IN NOVEMBER. 11 THEY DISCOURAGE THE GIV ING OF USELESS GIFTS AND REQUEST THAT YOU MAKE ALL YOUR GIFTS PRACTICAL ONES, AND THIS REQUIRES THOUGHT AND TIME, SO YOU SHOULD BEGIN NOW. 11 WE HAVE NO FOOLISHNESS THIS YEAR AND WE INVITE YOU TO INVESTIGATE OUR CLAIM THAT WE CAN SERVE YOU BEST. "HELP MAKE IT A CHEERY CHRISTMAS" OYC ICO. "We Want Yotir Trade" ii h i: hums. Mr. and Mm. Cunon hint re turned r i om tluli vixtt to Oklaho ma. They npoit tin- "flu" iuk iK there too. Mr. Picket WiM u ItoHWtll visi tor Saturday. Muttle llurkmr I vlitln; her mother t Weed wlitlc hcIiooI In Clotted. Mr. PavIh. of Kuniee, Vialtlng hi daughters A few raaH of Influcnta reported among the. Mexican tbi ear, part of town. The Sam l.ewl faiullv have been down with tln Spantah fluent, but a ri able to ho at thld writing. Mra. Alvln Smith and two dron are vialtlng Mm. Sam Lewia They, too, have cont...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 26 October 1918

I ilhe Everaai vol. a, no. too. CUU.SII . SKW MLXICO. H.VTtltllAV, OCT. 5W, 1018. .. Year, nor. Month, Ac Cist ? 1 HUNS WILL NOT SEND PRESIDENT Dy Asmclatcd, Tress. Iondcn, Oct, 2fi. Germany In rot now contemplating sending any further note to I'rcsldei.t Wilson, rays an Exchange Telegraph Copen hagen dispatch. Germany In a waltlng tho peace conditions of the allies, It Is very evident. THREE BIG BAT TLES ARE- NOW IN PROGRESS TURKEY GOING COLLAPSE OF TO SURRENDER AUSTRO-HUNGARY SEEMS NEAR Ity Associated Tress . Washington. Oct. 26. Heavy! iiftililllH ill" inilllll IIIMM III described In General Pershing's communique for today. Htrong German counter attacks east of the Meuse everywhere were repulsed except In Ilclleau wood, where four successive assault forced a partial withdrawal by the American. West of the MeuRe river the Amer ican lines were further advanced In the face of very determined resistance. The Idea obtains that the family rtf A 1' Mnrilun nt th; VI ,.!. I - - . .'av......

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 26 October 1918

I 1 3 WHEN YOU DELAY . IN THE MATTER OF TAKING THAT LIFE INSURANCE POLICY IT'S YOUK FAMILY THAT TAKES THE RISK. NOT YOU! THINK IT OVER, AND LET ME SHOW YOU THE WON DERFUL PROTECTION THE NEW YORK LIFE CAN GIVE YOU FOR SUCH A SMALL SACRIFICE ON YOUR PART AND IS IT NOT BETTER THAT YOU SHOULD MAKE SOME SACRIFICE NOW. THAN YOUR FAMILY IN THE FUTURE? C. C. SIKES, AGENT VMjMVUAJMUA Sa2S2aZ212IZ2i2a I I.ICI ION HUM I, AM TIOX. Ily the IUmiiI of Olint) Commlf fcioncl'n f 1MI) Collllt), New MmIhi. Whereas, ly Section 1 ? 7 of the New Mexico Statutes, Codillcatlon of 1!I5. It Im inade the duty of tho Ilo.iid of County Commission or of each county, In tho State of New Mexico to proclaim the elections (hat arc to he held In tho respective counties for tho purpose of voting for candidates for tin illfforrnt offices and other matters and do no ten day bo fore, tin- election by proclamation and to bo published In tach of tho two leading newspaper pub lished in said county and give public notice 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. — 26 October 1918

TllfC ISVKMXO IWlllUC.YT. l'llIHAV, OCTOIttilt B.1, 101 A . LOCAL NEWS Mn. Jim IiOpox, (Reclamation Jim) died thl morning of pneu monia following an attack or In fluenza, site was quite young and leaves besides her husband, three small children without a mother, the youngcsl a babe of about three months. , Dr. W. C. Doss, of Artealu, Is In town today trammeling business. John (). McKeeu and son. Ounter, came up from Malaga last night and John (). In still in town. He n) a he hnd a hard time with the flu and his appearance beam out bin statement. Frank W. Hoss and Ounter Mc KeMi lrft In the lion automobile for Loving this morning. Cary Thompson is In town today from Ji In ranch between here and Van Horn, Texan, and will prob ably remain over Sunday. A. .. Smith returned yesterday afternoon from n business trip to Artcsla. Ilo reports good in Inn In that vicinity. Mr. and Mr. Jim Simpson, val ued subscribers of th Current for years, are in town from their ranch at Chalk Itluff, east o...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 26 October 1918

GOVERNMENT RULINGS NO III'ILDIMJ ItlMTItlCTIONS ON l'it i in nml Itamh bulldlngM rotting lc- limn SI.000.0O Iti-pulr to cltlnj building rooting than $2,500.00. ItLSTItlCTIOXH llepnlr on eltlntf tnlMlni exceeding $2,1100 cot, I'nrni and Hunch IliilldingH excelling $1,000.00 cont. All new City building. Wo tinvo lgnel up ulth the War Hoard to comply with their rule, which tnn.r fx? changed from time to time. If In doubt as to jour projected building, connult tin. C. M. RICHARDS, LUMBER DEALER (tiiiovKH lu.miicii co.) CAULS II A I), i NEW MEXICO (Continued from Keconcl Fage.) ALLAN II. MOULTON, of Mogollon, N. For Lieutenant Ooveitior: auoustin Ltti.no, of Nolan, N. M. For Secretary of State: S. PARKS, of Las Crucea, N. M. For State Auditor: . LA11K1N L. DANIELS, ol Guy, N. M. For State Treaaurer: " WALTKU COOK, of Magdalena, N. M. For Attorney General: E. II. FIIOST, of Kcnna, N. M. For Superintendent of I'ublic Instruction: MRS. L. M. I). O'NEIL, of Corona, N. M. For Commissioner of ...

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. — 28 October 1918

IK C mil VOL. 2, NO, 101. C.UtLSIl.U), NEW .MCXICO. MONDAV, OCT. 2Ui, 1018. ..M Year, tMe. Month, ftc. 1 AUSTRO-HUNGARY 5,600 PRISONERS WANTS SEPARATE j CAPTURED ON THE PEACE AT ONGEf AUSTRIAN FRONT; ALSO 29 GUNS by Associated Treat. Amsterdam, Oct. 28. Austria, In her rrply to . President Wilson, accepts all views expressed by the president In hi note of October 18th. The Austrian note says ne la willing and ready, without a waltlnR the result of other nego tiations, to Immediately negotiate a peace and an Immediate armis tice on nil Austro Hungarian fronts. GERMAN ARMIES GERMANY'S REPLY HAVE BEGUN A TO PRESIDENT'S NEW RETREAT: LATEST NOTE WAS NOT EXPECTED GRAVE TROUBLE IN AUSTRIA Uv Associated Paris, Oct. have broken a result of Count J till tin suspected of dencles, to be minister, says Press. 28. Grave troubles out at Hudapest an the appointment of Andreany, who la having German ten th? Austrian foreign Zurich dispatches to Uy Associated Press. London, Oct. 28. Tit llrltlsh troo...

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 October 1918

N WHEN YOU DELAY IN THE MATTER OF TAKING THAT LIFE INSURANCE POLICY IT'S YOUR FAMILY THAT TAKES THE RISK. NOT YOU! THINK IT OVER, AND LET ME SHOW YOU THE WON DERFUL PROTECTION THE NEW YORK LIFE CAN GIVE YOU FOR SUCH A SMALL SACRIFICE ON YOUR PART AND IS IT NOT BETTER THAT YOU SHOULD MAKE SOME SACRIFICE NOW THAN YOUR FAMILY IN THE FUTURE? C. C. SIKES, ACENT N in rAAAAAAAAAAAAAA7UAttAA klkctio uuklamation. 11 tlio Iluartl of (Vunty CuiuiuIn. f sJosierv of Kddy (Vtuiily, JVew Mokko. Whereas, by Section 1977 of (he New Mexico Statutes, Codification f It is made the duty of tlie Hoard of County Commission era of each county. In the State C Nw Mexico to proclaim the elections that are to be held In the respective counties for the purpose of voting for candidates far the different offices and other waders and do so ten day De fer tu election by proclamation and to he. published In each of the two leading newspapers pub Naked In aald county and five public notice of the object! of the elect...

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 October 1918

TIIK KVfCMNO CIJItllKNT, MONDAY", (HIT. HH, !!. LOCAL MEWS Mr. Everett, proprietor of the Utile pop corn stand north of the postofTlce, la aald to be quite 111 at Eddy county hospital, hi pny. claa (earing pneumonia. tiii: ni:i;Tii situation in CAULSUAD. The Spanish Influenza situation In Carlsbad la much more hope ful than It was at the last Issue of the Current Saturday night. The (rent of the epidemic has been panned. No new case, have been reported; no deaths have oc curred, during that time. While this Is true, there are still some very sick people In town, and w ma yexpect other canes to crop out during the winter, but from now on nothing will Ih neceasnty to stamp out the disease but n i strict observance of the laws of health and contsant watchfulness. During the pnst two weeks there have been twenty-two deaths in 1 - I I I - . . I .111. - - i,u m the orrico or the aeioctue' S1 . ,,riUtS.,fc- """y " ' Mrs. M. U. Smith la couvalesc Iuk nicely Iroin au attack, of In Ilueuza at...

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 October 1918

FeEvcningCurrent 8. L. Terry, Editor aud Mgr. Entered aa second claaa matter April 16, 1917, at the pott office at Carlsbad, New Meilco, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Published dally, Sundays excepted, by the Carlcbad Printing Co. Member of Hip .nrnn -Uteri Press. Tli AuMielated Press la xcluslve ly entitled to the iiro for republica tion of all news dispatches credited to ll or not otherwise credited In thla paper and also the local newa publlhhtd herein. A CLk AN TICKET. The lit Vt presented by the Demo rratic parly to I tie wtra of New Mei Ico la above nil thlnga a CLEAN ticket. The breath of suspicion has ne?er attached to any man on It. Their need are open to the Inspection of all th world. They are men of Integrity, character and ability, with the Inter ta of the people of New Meilco Boa: at their hearts. William II Walton haa a record for its'asmanthip and for conscientious attention to duty that haa ran ly been equaled. HI every vote In Coogrea haa been right-even hU eneml...

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. — 29 October 1918

fee Evening Hfflirenlb VOIi. 2, NO. CAKI.SH i; MJW MLXICO. .Vtm Year, (Kir. Mouth. 6c. tna, i i f I f J I VITAL AUSTRIAN 'AMERICANS IN RAILWAY LINES i RESERVE ON ARE THREATENED! ITALIAN FRONT IJy Associated Frtss. If allied troops maintain their present rate of progress east of the Plavc. Italian. Ilrltlnh" and French troopH seriously threaten the Important railroad point of Conccllane and Oderno and two of the three railway linen supporting; the Austro-Hungarlan armies on the I'lave front. On the Western front In France heavy fighting virtually la at n standstill northward from Le Ca tcall to the Hutch frontier, hut from the Olse to east of the Meuso rivers, allied pressure continues with gains for the French. be tween the Oise and Porre rlvera Intense artillery duels are. In pro gress rn the American front north west of Verdun, but no Infantry fighting la reported. Dy Associated Frees. Italian Headquarter on the I'lave, Ort. 2fi. American aoldlera are In reserve along th I'lave fi...

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. — 29 October 1918

8 ft re re N WHEN YOU DELAY IN THE MATTER OF TAKING THAT LIFE INSURANCE POLICY IT'S YOUR FAMILY THAT TAKES THE RISK. NOT YOU! THINK IT OVER, AND LET ME SHOW YOU THE WON DERFUL PROTECTION THE NEW YORK LIFE CAN GIVE YOU FOR SUCH A SMALL SACRIFICE ON YOUR PART AND IS IT NOT BETTER THAT YOU SHOULD MAKE SOME SACRIFICE NOW THAN YOUR FAMILY IN THE FUTURE? C. C. SIKES, AGENT A i-n.KUTiox proclamation. By tjift lUMtnl of Oiinty Cniml. I . tliwier of Kddy Ouiol), New Mevico. Whereas, by Section 1977 of the Nw Mfttro Statute, Codification or Iftl'i. It la mude the duly of the Hoard of County Commission era of each county, In the State of New Mexico to proclaim t ho election that are to lie In Id In fko respective counties for the purpose of voting for candidates for th different office and othr raattei und do ho ten day be fore the elect Ion by proclamntlon ami to be published In each of the two leadlnK newspaper pub liahed In aal'! county und Rive public notice of the object of the election a...

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. — 29 October 1918

TIIK KVK.MNU CI IlllK.VT. TI IWDAV, (MT. i!, lfIH. LOCAL NEWS Carl II. Livingston, represcntn tlve to the state legislature, In out fur the (I rut time today after his serious Illness from fla and pneumonia. Miss De Witt hrt on the train hou tli this morning for her home In Loving. John II. Zimmerman In again on duty at the post offrce after n aevero attack or the flu, wlilch Incapacitated him for ti couple of weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Fan in are pending a few days In Artcslu Willi relatives and friends, while convalescing from the prevailing disease. They lell Monday night. Madam Thorne iclurned yester day afternoon from a moitths' visit to the family or her son, Harry, and other friends, at Itoswell. Ma dam Thome reports a rigid quar anttne maintained In that city, and a gradual lessening of the number of rases of Influenza. cotton- okadlii 111:111:. WANTL'D. AT Hotel Crawford. 100 fat hens. Kightccn cents per pound, delivered. Mr. V. M. Mangum, a govern-! ment cotton grader, has...

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