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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 29 October 1918

ThcEvcningCurrcnt 8. L. Perry, Editor and Mgr. Entered an second clans matter April Ifi, 1917, at the pott office at Cailsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Published dally, Sunday exc pted, by the Cutlxbud Piinflug (Jo. Member of 'I ,Umn l.itcd lree. The AsMclatd Picas Is exclusive ly entitled to tlx- uo for republica tion of all iii'wk dispatches credited to It or riot otherwise credited la this paper and alo the local news published herein. serve Ijiw, the Federal Trade Corumls alcn. the F.irm Ioin Ijiw, and the var ious wholesome laws for the benefit of labor, enacted bv n firogreaftlve Democratic Cora-res If TIKI MONEY ha It way? MO MONKY doe not wnr.t Walton in the S.'iin''-. Itlchard on In th Mciie and Garcia In the Governor's rhnlr. WALTON WITH WILSON. W. B. Walton hm a record "for con scientious attention to duty nnd wnik Ing for bit ronstltu-nt nnd ban not pent moat of hi time at borne look ing after bit buaimsa Interests while Congress wa In teuton and there...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 30 October 1918

line Evra C HHllg VOL. 2. NO. 163. C.UILSIIAO, XKW MCXICO, VOI. 2, NO. 10:1. 'yCJfl .00 Year. fit. Month, ftv. io. IMPORTANCE OF! GUISE HAS BEEN ADVANCE ON ITAL IAN FRONT HOURLY GROWING; 20,000 PRISONERS TAKEN l Hy Associated Press. 4. Washington, Oct. 30. Ttesulta of the victorious advance of the allied armies against the Austrlans on the Italian front hourly Increases In , Importance. A hundred towns and villages have already boon taken. The battle line reached today to the Llvensa river, where the Aus trian are making a stand. Italian Headquarters, Oct. 30. The Austro-IIungnrlan armies - arc retiring from the region of I'ast Concgllano, leaving behind many i big guns and munition wagon along the roada toward Vlttorl. A year ago the Italian a mil en were streaming westward from tho Isonzo with military '.Isaster Immi nent. Today the Italian forces, together with Ilrltlsh and Himc troops, who are fighting with them, ENCIRCLED BY ALLIED FORCES Dy Associated Press. Paris, Oct. 30. Ge...

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

TheEveningCurrent S. L. ivriy, Ldltor and Mgr. Lutein! uh accond claim nmttfr Apill 10. 1!H7, nt the poHt otTlcti at Chi 11.4(1, New Mexico, under tho Art of M..iili 1871. lubllahed dally, SiM.it.VH excepted, by the Cail.ba.l I'lintliiK Co. Twwwwm Member m u. . v. iiili .lJ',. 1 . A ... n,t, . ., , exclusive ly i . in.' i. . ior n public Hon i i in v. ., ... ,,.,tl (M M cicjit,.,! to it I.I I; III 1. 1 m V. CK.Ilt.d In tin. jm. i i.u.i ujn ii,,. J,,,.,,, ,J0W iMil.i.nbed hoicln. mum im iiiiinn; m u iicci l.ialii.o (Cfloialoi llailv lj.ino.iai, . nl.l.ht i.n.l iM hi Ililnitl.il il.iily In Hotilliwi Kii , (j0. oiad... but wl.lrli ulwuyn inal.ita.iiM mm liil.iihl in the aliiiliM or it lO'lK.ll.MI, New Mexico, ilM Ihhih l ."v-plember ill. pa) t, fow. I hk t.-lmiony ( Felix (Jaiela, the ll l.MM .,t,. laildld.ltf (Ol MMHIIOr ol i Mexico: 'Tlo dipatrh yihti'iday aii- IIOIIlKlni; ,,. hoilllllallllll of Felix liarria o . f n lor Mneinor ol New Mexico on In. democratic ticket will Kladd.n tin...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 30 October 1918

WWnini TIIK KVKM.MI CCItltKM, VI:IM:hAV, OCT. HO, 10IH. LOCAL NEWS MAP OF TIIK WESTERN FRONT. Mm. Wildou and children re turned last week from Montague, Texas, where t!n'y spent imich of Hit! sirmimr wilh relatives. TT.e were called home ly the Illness r Mid. Idoii'a mUhvt, Mis. Mil lon. Cpt-n 1 1 1 ' i r (i nival lure. how over, Mil. Millo'i was convalescing ami Mis. WYH i wan taken ill. Tli'' lady islm proing at this win ing, we a i glad to Hay. Where the Foe Was, Where He is and Where He is Going Albert Juliiicoii wan Tuesday from It i k home liver, Die In ft tilp lie lor some (lino. ill t.'WII on Jtl.uk lias iiiu'l) J. II. JoIiiimhi, proprietor (,f i In Liberty lestaui.int, is having a, paitltion inn through IiIh dining loom und other repairs ami allci HtioiiH made thai will add in m il t' the. appearance and con. ciilcm- (if hi place of business. On account of t tic continuance uf Uie epidemic of Spanish In llnen.a, the Ministerial Alliance of Cailsbad dart derided that it will...

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. — 30 October 1918

llitlk i iiu.m j. i vi:slhy. "Spokes" and the Swift " Wheel What would you consumers think of a wheel without spokes ? What would you think of a man who would take any or all of the spokes out of a wheel to make it run better? Swift & Company's business of getting fresh meat to you is a wheel, of which the packing plant is only tho hub. Retail dealers are the rim and Swift & Company Branch Houses are the spokes. The hub wouldn't do the wheel much good and you wouldn't have much use for hub or rim if it weren't for the spokes that fit them all together to make a wheel of it. . Swift & Company Branch Houses ore placed, after thorough investiga tion, in centers where they can be. successfully operated and do the most good for the most people at the least possible cost. Ench "spoke" fa in charge of a man who knows that he fa there to keep you supplied at all times with meat, sweet and fresh; and who knows that if he doesn't do it, his com petitor will. How much good would 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. — 31 October 1918

lie EveiiiBn C VOh. tf, NO. 101. cuti.sit i. xkw mkxico, tiiihsiiav, oit. hi, hum. $3.00 Yenr, Je. Month, 6V. K'apf, 4 AUSTRIAN ARMY : KY HAS"Iii IS THREATENED WITH DISASTER Disaster threatens the Autro llungarlan armies from Ktelvio to the Adriatic as they retreat from Kalian territory. . All the Italian armies now have entered the ureal offensive against the Austrian and the allien aro advancing rapidly from Lake Carda to the Adriatic. Fighting activity on the western front remains virtually at a stand till. There has been only Isolated actions at several points. London, Oct. 31. The Austrian commander on the Italian front has applied to Oeneral Dlnx. the Italian commander-in-chief fur an! armistice, the KxchanKC Telegraph I company states. The application.: the newspapers add, wan forwarded to the Varna I lien conference. Washington. Oct. 31. Fifteen divisions operating between Hrentn and I'lave have had their retreat cut off through the. capture of the mountain pan of Vadal by I...

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. — 31 October 1918

ThiEvcningCurrcnt 8. L. Perry, Rdltor and Mgr. Enteied as second cIim matter. April 1(1, 1917, at the pott office at Csrltbri, New Meilco, under the . Art of Match 3, 1879. Published ! dslly, Sunday" excepted, by the Cailsbad l'rlntlng Co. v I Member of The A hoc la ted res. The Associated Picas Is excluslve y entitled to the usu for renubllca. tlou of all news dispatches credits! to It or not otherwl.it) credited In this ppr and aUo the local news published herein. 17HY THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET WILL WIN Actually fijhtlng In the world war will piobably cease within a year, bat United States Senators are elected for sli years. There will be vital quel Ueas in our "after the war" Initia tion, which the beuator we elect No rem bar I will have to consider. New Metlco owes It to be r if If and to the "est of the nation lo select a Senator who is safe, conservative and de pendable, one who will represent all Um people. W. li. Wallou U such a Verbal pyrotechnics, are souiStlmes tfeilve In cat...

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. — 31 October 1918

HIM KVISMXO U liUK.XT. THURSDAY. OCT. ai, loin. LOCAL NEWS Allen Tipton will talc his wife and, baby home this afternoon. It'- Is learned that DR. Haikey, who has been Quite 111 In a Denver hospital, Is Improving. Mrs. Jack Halbert and children art now occupying the lloatman apartments. I II.VMC HANSEN dead. Miss Vera 1 lima In In town, having arrived on the I'ccos tram last night. Little Miss Ferry of Spur, Texas, and u grand daughter of J.E. Lavcrty, Is la town lortuo winter. Tlu school house . atSpur was lately burned to ll'ie grounds and the grund parents Improu-d.ou the opportunity to nave a visitor at tne Laverty home this winter. ' " Jim Ie Moss, one of the original Guadalupe mountain luen, is In town today. C. II. McLenathen and family ar expected in Friday afternoon from an extended visit In La Jolla, Los Angeles and ItlvcrMde. It Is boprd that the stay In the lower altitude will be or benefit to the town builder. News has come to art already bereaved father of tho death of...

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. — 31 October 1918

A QUIET PLACE TO READ LET US STAND BY OUR PRESIDENT f r t ; - .? v:, A S.MAfy- , v T..- This IIhJ Trlnnuli tnnn Iim chnrjre clinh'BU. U'lu-n Frits tiikm h notion ovrr th chtitciiii tin plure n nut vory It Bits lom-mimo for the "Y" tnnn nnd chapter from hN HlMo. hi hccIo out mime quiet (?) pliici cny h dutrout j liore ln van rrnd In pnci. A "Y" man hu to Imvo hh rt lll nnyouo Th n wlio run bliiin. blm for finding n u'cludrd. comfy dugout where he cu'i! Iintig up hi tin lint und take u nflcen minute' vnentlonT i M) m: VliUiit MAY KNOW To rimkn It bitoliit'-ly cleat to you. Mr. Vol or, we cum up the rerord of Fenaior A. tl. Full for the pt hIx ytnrn hh followi: Out of n lo'al of 1.403 Yea and Nay otra, l e wa recorded na "NOT VOI" INtl" M'j ttmert, or lrtually 60 per jeent. i Out of a total of 2,010 quorum call, .lie la reeordad aa "AlJaKNT" 1.34 1 'llitM-a, or (Jft per cent. Aid, OK WHICH OKVF.mrS THH FACT THAT FA IX l WHAT MAY !HIC TF.It.MFU A in I'KIl I'KNT KKN lATOIl And thta la wh...

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

(J Jifee G VOI,. 12, NO. cahlsiiai). nuw Mi:xi(o. i itiDW. n i :m in :i t i, huh. .Yho Year. 0N Month, ftr. opi PART OF ITALIAN! FOURTH LOAN FRONT HAS GOLLAPSEO Uy Associated Press Koine, Nov. 1. Official. In Mm offensive against Austrian fmrcH, on the .Nostrum and Monte Crappa fronts In Northern Italy, the Ital ians have prcssi d th enemy no strongly that his front linn entirely collnpscd. The 1 1 a 1 1 n n n have forc ed Fuero (Sorge ami passed beyond Spur, east of Montcrescn and are advancing across the Pl.ive alley. Iondon, Nov. 1. Ilrltlsh troops operating on the Italian fiont have occupied Saclle, on the IJxensa rher, fifteen mile east of the PhUe rher. the war office an nounce today. The enemy In fal ling back rapidly In the (itappa cector. OVERSUBSCRIBED IS IYANKS PREPARING SHATTERED AUS- FOR OFFENSIVE TRIAN ARMIES fly Associated Trcsa. Washington, Nov. 1. Six hilllon. eight hundred and stlxty-slx mil lion dollars wan subscribed to the fourth Llbejty loan, an oversub scripti...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 1 November 1918

ThtEveningCurrent S. L. I'erry, Editor and Mgr. Entered a second clasa matter April IS, 1917, at the post office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Published dally, Sundays excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Co. Member of The Associated I'ltse. The Associated Tress Is exclusive 1 entitled to the use for republica tion of all news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited la this paper and also the local news published herein. voti:m ami yoickm. Republican voices In Congress have caused an much turmoil as Itepubllcan votes. They haw had larger headlines In the newspaper. Hut they have been moio qu'kly forgotten. Thev nave ben f onto ten per haps, because they have changed turns and tones, or bec.iu.ii tl." have become silent, other I5 tihllC3t voiced replaclrv them. Just now, the uces of HepnbMcin Conicrcsslobal Chairman Fes and Itepubllcan National Chairman Hays seem to have drowned out those of Itepubllcan legislators raised earlier In the war. This ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 1 November 1918

hik kvkmm; hukknt. THfitsnAV. ocr. i. ioin. LOCAL NEWS Frank W. Rons loft thin morning for LovInK, utter a visit with Mrs. Rohm, who. Is III of the prevailing pandemic, at the Pearse horn Mils Klla Hock entertained last night with a Halloween and birth day psrty at the pretty home on North Canal street. The dining room was decorated with fall col ors, and the guests had a merry time. A three course war-time luncheon was served by the popu lar young hostess. The reopening of the churches fc.enrally has been postponed an other week. It was thought best to run no risk. A report Is being circulated In town today that the flu has broke out anew In Roswell. there being (15 new cases besides many deaths. However, we have been unable to confirm this and it I hoped the rumor Is untrue. J. W. Tulk Is In from the ranch thla week and says he bought Liberty bonds to the tune of $2,000 worth during the last drive but failed to see his came In the list of bond buyera. DOST DOCK TEACHERS lOU TIIK F...

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. — 1 November 1918

y ( K i t H Special Sale of Jtillineri H M 4 : : r g A Sll toadies 0ats in 3"anctj Trimmer Patterns, Street j(afs and frames at Si recti I if SJteduced Prices m fed (ll i.ui:ood LOCALS. r. II. S. Furay reports the llu rltuation decidedly belter, lie ha Jt now well iimlcr eontiol. No liew ruse today t Thursday I and till rase tloitiK fall ly well. Ir. I'limt Ii.ih handled lMi case. 111! of which developed pneumonia? Tl.eie li.ie been tell deaths, five Amciium uml live McxicuiiH. but only olio death liom peimuiient lo cal cltUen here; the other coining lore recently fnnn other loculltlc. V. S. Illnghum. aged 4 4 yearn, .Hi, I 1111. 1 watt hurled III the Initial ground went of town. lie , eue u wife ami He children. The j llllif.haiii family hae been hard lilt, coining heie but reeently to j obtain wink In the ennnery, they ( bue all been down with Spanish j Itillni -nxa ; three i.r the family. Mr. Jiini.ii;. in ami two of hi chlldrui liuuut. died ol the malady. I he j three year old -...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 2 November 1918

veinm VOI. 2, X. 10(1. CAItLSIl.W), NKW MKXICO, HATI ltl.V, NOV. 2. 10IH. .Vo Year, 0c. Month. .V. (p FLEE-IKING OF BULGARIA PREMIER OF BA- Jilie tA-.vr-. - 80.000 PRISONERS AUST Rl ANS 1,600 GUMS TAKEN IN OFFENSIVE ON ; 1 1 i ITALIAN ING FR0H UOINE! ABDICATES F0Q 1 Hy Associated Press. I Home, Nov. 2. Klphty thousand! prisoners and sixteen liunlr-I puns were captured In the Italian of-1 fcnslve tho war office announced' today. Jtnlhfn cavalry H advancing, rapidly toward Taclia.mento nnd Pordcnone. eleven miles west of Tat'llanionto, has been raptured.' I'.iHt of tlio Iltcnta, Italian forces carried the helghth of Monte Clin-' one nnd Monte I. Inner. P.y Ann" a'ed l'rci. Koine, Nov. 2. The AtiMilan are ri i n u from I Mine, r0 mile east of I'lave, repot t received to dny finy, and they have abandoned nc.it quantities of war material In the rerlon of I'dlne. which win the Italian's hcadquat ters before the 1 1 7 retreat. London, Nov. 2.--Tenth Italian army troops crossed the Llvenhe ...

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

LONG HOLY PLACES Shrines That Arc Held in Vener ation by Moslems. All True Followers of Mahomet Eager That Their Lait Resting Place Shall Ge Near Thoae of 7btir "real Apoatle. Near to flu resting place of the flfwt great apoMloM of their faith It I tin1 dearest wish of till iluui Mnliniu Ionian to 1 1 after di-iith. Tin hlirlui'H of Niijaf, Kcrhclit mid Ku.irnain, the rcMting place of All, Hussein, n lid the seventh and ninth IiiiuiiiM, lie on the edge of the desert In tlx country Ilrltlsh troop now 6c tupy In Mesopotamia. On often meets u mrpHo on the road packed In u long crate or bundle of palm leave nml Hi ting across the back of hii iinm, my Kdiiiund Chand ler, the press representative In the Mesopotainlan force. The pilgrim be Lluil lit taking hht relative to swell the population of the title of the dead by which these sanctunrlo are sur rounded. Of the three shrines, Nnjiif In the richest,' ond to Home mind the most sacred. Like Ku.linnln, It Is ap proached hy a borne cur lin...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 2 November 1918

1IIK KVK.M.MJ t UUKNT. SATURDAY, NOV. 2, 1018. J LOCAL NEWS Illlreath Iloyd left this morning for Van Horn, Texan, where he will work this winter on a ranch. The twentieth r of November ha been Met by the 'local 1 1 aft board to . resume nupply ttK men for the army. It Ih very likely most of the one In class one who ran pas physical examination will be In ducted Into service at that time. As noon a the Hut of those to be called la completed It will be pub lished In the Current. On account, of the pandemic the local draft i board was forced to uspcnd send In their iiuotaa, but the altuatlon la uuw under control sufficiently to permit the llow of recruits to be resumed. hVItritlMK PAIITY. J. V. Tulk expect to leave Tori hi ranch In the morning after a few day pleasantly npent In town.; Clifford Iteed hu pui chased th! llartlett place In the noilh end of J town and arter making some re pair will move to the property. Mr. and Mr. Hubert Kyan have moved to their Iiouhi' agalu and resumed...

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. — 2 November 1918

THE ARMY MAN'S BANK SWIGAItT & PRATER v o n Fire & Auto Insurance With the llltf rompnnlrn. and better cnibon In secured from the pits of peachen, prunes, nnd idiiuiit thpn from other sources, ; i.-.-.-r'-V1 i ' ' ' . ,.:.;. ..- 'A, i ' " I . i.';V ' , ;v' ,: rSBanTi.', .'.' -i V--j X'' " - ;. . A 1'iinklnK lumr In n V. M. A. l.nlMlnif of Knufhern di'imrtmcnt ramp. Tlio nrmy MV" Ih the pnMlf-r's rnn rial mcvnt; It 1nl" liN Olivines 11 ml iI. m.n h'tn for him In a lnil lty Imiik; It MN Mm 'Ilirlft ntumpN; It 1iii lilm rxjin'tii tiiMiny 'rlr. nml In tirlnln vhsv K--im money urcl vnhmlilrs for 'Mm t initonirity In tlic I'lilldlrjcj (no "Y" tium In en Ii Ixill'llmt Ih initlnirlzed to rift ni the iiRi-nt of tlio t iress company to l-uo money onlent ti tllO olllTM. The Im lil lliif hervli'e Mini the Thrift stump Hnled enroll rnpe tlio nriiiy tun n to nuc m..m.y, nrid t'lls mlo mre pohsjl.li ,y the free comforts, nmu hl men un cntertnlnnicntH nffercd ly the V. M. ('. A. Eddy County...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 4 November 1918

Jlllie Evemim G VOL. a, NO. 107. CAItLSIlAD. MCW MEXICO, MONDAY, NOV. I, 1018. .YOO Year, OOc. Month, Ac. Vofj. n (cht)(a EMPEROR CHARLES 5,000 PRISONERS OUT 11 A IIS M VI H I 1 M WILL RETIRE TO SWITZERLAND AND HUNDREDS OF 4 y 1 oIhl ARMISTICE TERMS WHICH WERE AC CEPTED BY AUS TRIA - HUNGARY Washington, Nov. I. Armistice term, under which Austro Hun Karlan forces laid down their anus, were announced simultaneously In Washington with other allied cap itals, and they accomplish tin com. l!y Associated Press. Win hliu ton, Nov. I. The man nrmistiee, under which Austro I ( 1 n 1: a 1 lap .timien hav.- laid down their hi in., ha. been received In full li tin state department today. The "in- of llilx nimisticc will be I ' '! public Mime time today. j.lr'" 111 render and open Austro 1 1 ii ; 11 tcrtltory for American and aiii'd operations acainst (!ci many. F10111 this I riif-l Ir document may ! gleaned the outline of comll- 1 1on- m a ilny completion in the supreme war council at Varsalll...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 4 November 1918

CHINESE HELP ALlJESJfl WAD Laborers Are Doing Great Work Behind Ijjes. NEARLY 150,000 ARE THERE Cngagtd In Making Ammunition, Con atructlng Buildings, Paving Road, Loading and Unloading Snipe and Trains and In All tha Thousand and Ont War Industries What tha Yank la Doing for the Chinaman. By ELOISE ROBINSON. Hlnee early In the war there hnve been numbers of Chinese with the French and llrltlsh armies In France not In the fighting line hut In that enormous army of laborers which makes It possible to curry on the war. Nearly a hum I red tlioiiand of the, are working with the I'.rltMi In north ern France, and inure Hi in forty thou aand more are ncattered till over tint country with the French. Now they are coining Into the American, linen In large numbers. Most of these men eome from north ern and cent nil China, and for the aame reasons that many of our Ameri can boys came to France hefore Hi United States entered the war. Some of them were attracted hy the high pay and the chance 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. — 4 November 1918

TIIK tCVKXIMJ CUItltKMTt MONDAY, NOV. 4, 1918. LOCAL NEWS Mrs. L. C. Leftwlch nd sister, Mrs. Craven, arrived here Saturday from Dallas, Tex., and they ex pect to spend the winter In Carls bad. II. A. Christmas, of Lovlngton, wis In the city last night. K. Ktchevary, of Lovlnuton. In here vlftltlnK hi lck brother, Jim. who In at Sinters hospital, wreatl InK with a cane of pneumonia. Iluford Polk was down from his ranch In the mountains Saturday. Tracy and Simpson are shipping several car loads of sheep to Kan sas City markets. U. P. Morrison, the rfanta Fe agent at Loving, has been appoint ed clerk for the Woodman camp at that place. I'. H. Wether Foreet. Cr.rlbad. N. M.. Nov. 4. To night generally fair; Tuesday part ly cloudy; cooler north portion. ANfyrHF.lt lWUI.Htl.tn IH)Y PHO-MOTF.D. L. C. Illee, life Insurance attent, who has been doliiK business here Tor the past several months, re turned Sunday from u trip to' KoMWcll. ' Hoy Shafler Is In town from his ranch. Miss Ilessle Hl...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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