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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 9 November 1918

WOUIIDED YAI1KS 1 i LAUGH AT DEATH Fairly Itch to Get Back Into Fighting Line. FEAR ONLY. BODILY HARM Bearing Marks of Shrapnel Blast and Scare of Pullets Thy Jest at Thought of Araln Going Over the TopWould Not Miss tha Big Do ings at tha Front for Anything Re count Their Experiences. Hearing the murk of rdirnpnd blast, :ho mar of bullet or - fti yet a lilt tlmrt of breath fintii tin gii. Ameri can doughboys, Just out of hospital, )'M nt the ilioiidt .if uguln going over the top. They're glad to got owny from tho tedious restriction nt the base und xvohoine I In- greater liberty Hint awaits them nt tho line. A party of these liifiintryineii all from draft unltr were seen recently It a Rrent American replacement camp, some distance behind the front. Tnp had Just Mown, tho light were out nnd the men were squirming iihout In the hunks trying to lind a soft pliice and hantcrliig each other as they pulled the olive drtih blanket around them. The darkncN must hnve reminded them of the ti...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 11 November 1918

lie Evening; Curreii, VOL. 2, NO. 17:1. CAULK MAD. MCW MliXICO. MONDAY, NOV. II, HUH. fcVOO Yenr, (c. Month. 5c. Uoyy. U VI 1 rv n n r OVER All Fighting Ceased This SWloming at 6 a. m.A Complete Surrender TERMS OF THE ARMISTICE Cy Associated Treat. WashinKton, Nov. 1 I.-- TM IIIK of t lie armistice with (iermany were read to congress by President Wil son at 1 o'clock this ufternoon Assembled In the house where 19 months ako tho senators hiuI repre sentatives heard the president ask for a declaration of war, they heard hlru speak today word her alding the rum Iiik of peace. The strictly mllllHry terms of the armistice were embraced In the II specifications which Include the evacuation of ull Invaded terri tories, the withdrawal or Herman troops from the left hank of the Ithlne, the surrender of all war supplies to the allies. The terms also provide for the abandonment by (iermany of the treaties of IluchareHt and llrest Lltovak. The naval terms provide for the surrender of HO submari...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 11 November 1918

NEW GERMAN ANTI-TANK RIFLE. , a ' l --Taut. "" i tfwW ' " " , fs? ' . . .. --z i--- r --"tcvvJ . I Ft 1 mioto or Tin; hi:ai. ami-t ink icii i.ij i hi:i iiv tiii: ji:hmah. it is Mor.Trn on . it.n.v.v Tim-K which thi:v iiwi: m.ouN rr m:ioni: icirrnivvirvi. REOPENING OF c aw 4 ranarcsss DAY. if MOM DANIEL FKOIIMAN Presents Marguerite Clark VRCTLITTE CLARK r -IN BY LAURA SAWYER A PARAMOUNT PICTURE ihj.n't vow. ir orm: sn k. ami ikjvt rou: n yoi 'iii: ai liAiu oi' a i iioun, rou tiii: norsn will hi ia ki:i. v. r. t. r. i imm.iiam Tin- W. V. T. I". will niPft Rt tin lu)in or Mih. II. M. I'hilrout, V'(n'Hiiiy, Nom'iiiIjpi 13, 1 It 1 8 . Kvrry mombrr roiuoHtotl to !) Tap'T Mr. Luwrcy. iNii'llin: MrH. Iliinillton MiiHii Mr. Moody I'api-r Mrn. KUkputrU'k Talk Mrn. A. Moore. My AsHoHutod I'reis. W.ishlnvtlon, Nov. II. l'i CHldont Wihoa will today rend t lit urmlH tire tiTtiiH liofore a Joint hchkIoii of roniiri'HH at 1 o'clock. BREAD FRESH and CURED MEATS of all Kinds ALSO FRESH FISH AND OYSTE...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 11 November 1918

TOW BTMffWa CimttlCNT. MONDAT. NOV. 11, 101ft. LOCAL NEWS The round home which was burned some months ago In being reconstructed by the Hanta Fo ex cept It will he much larger than the old one. There is to be a larhlne shop 40 180 feet. The n und house will be over 300 feet around with five engine stall. Also some coal shutes are to be built. About 20 men are now at work on the Job. This Is quite an Improvement and will furnish em ployment for a number of men after It Is completed. Word received here brings the news that .!. L. Stevens, of Ixv Ington, la very sick with the flu. He had Just returned from a trip to Kansas City with a shipment of rattle und pneumonia developed. Mr. Stevens Is well known la Carls bad, having ranched near here for 411 any years. Weather IVhinhkI Carlsbad, N. M Nov. 11, I 1 N . Tonight and Tuesday Pair; Not much change In temperature. J. V. Till k came In from his ranch last night and will be In town for several days. Through courtesy or the Carlsbad Ligh...

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. — 11 November 1918

OTIC WAR DEVELOPING OUR ROADS One of Most Important Benefits will Da Distribution of Farm Product by Motor. "One of tlio most linNirt:int benefit of tin' wur to America In going to b the development f trntiMirtiitton of farm product to market by mean of motor truck," remarked It. ('. Watte of St. I.oul, highway engineer, while In WimhliiKloii the other day. "If any one iii1 told tis five year men tbitt mo tor vehicle would be uMllxed for mov ing product and machinery a they have Iim'B used Id the last twelve tnontha, ha would bit vi" been thought rraiy, yet Charlea Hchwah. the new head of the fleet corporation, 1 glv Ing t practical demonstration of bow to do thing by trnriHf rrrltijf n largo !art of hi office equipment to Phila delphia by motor truck. The high ways of the country have been tnken over by the people for hauling goods which could not be btiuled during the period of congestion by the railroad. In the whole bliory of trinirortHtlon the highway Im been the patient drudge...

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 November 1918

J he Evening Ufflrrent VOL. it. NO. 171. CAIU.MiAl). .S MF.XltO. tv. o, 1 a. nix. .." .-ni, OO4. .Month, .V. (! AUSTRIAN EMPER-IGERKAM FLEET IN BifiAYEST DAY HUNS BEGGING FOR OR ABDICATES COKTCL OF RE8S CELEBRATED MERCY i u - i ) if By Associated Press. Loudon, Nov. 12. S;K1 a. in. Kmperur Oharle of Auslila has abdicated, according to a Copen hagen dispatch to Hie Exchange Telegraph Company, quoting pri vate advices from Vicuna. Vlctoi Adler, leader of the Austrian hii clallst paity ami toicliui secretary In tlx C, i man-Austrian cabinet which wax formed at Vienna on October .'M, Ih reported dead. It In also reported that a fcn Uil slilkc wiil Im (Iffl.n ! Id Vienna tomorrow. ly AsroclMrd Pips. Amsterdam. Nov. 12. rhe 1 n- It (Hiinan noithciii fleet mid Heligoland are In tlx hands of tin' soldier's ami wotkl cnnn'11 council, according to a It'ilin telegram. Ily Ansoi latt i Pi ess. A tnxl .Tii in. Nov. 11. -Monday. - Orent . ivkIi ty In still being made of 1 1. Mo.xt nrollcrn'i dest...

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 November 1918

J'HKHJIIT HATKS TO STOCK OW.NKIIM raTTnrT-n-w aai m m m arwawiwvwBiBBMaiiiiiH atoik ownera lu ilrouth trlcken 'aertlogit of New Mexico and AriotiM have been k run ted reduced might ratea on feed by the I'. S. railroad administration. u Hale Holden. director of the centrHl weatern region, advlne th Kood AdnilnlHtrnllon. Thin rule on t ! nun lieeti obtained through the effort of tin; Kedital rood Administration oflclalu in New Mfilco and the Corporation I OIUIIjlBSIOU. lostriii'lluuH won- lasued on No veml.er tth ,y Mr. Holden to Fed- ral Maoagera W. II. Storey of the HantM Ko. U. Srott of hte Sou tneru Pacific, (J. F. Hawk of the K. i. . M. V. J I'. fj.ni.un th Itork laland and C. M. Srott of me Arliona Lantern, a follow: To aid In reievln condition in i lie drouth atrlcken aectlona of New Mexico and Arizona the fol lowin tonmioditlen wll be handled at one half regular tailff rate be tween point In the Mate of New Memo or Arizona or from points In other atatea to point la either INew...

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 November 1918

raw Brnzmna vunmnrtj 2. pr. Nov. it, iia. 4 4 LOCAL NEWS Messrs. 'Johnn, Fosmark and Mudgett have returned from their kentlng trip to Weed and hare a deer to their credit, and a fine ting veil. The Lick the Kaiser Club i pas senger car Ih onr8 Tor life, If jrour Ncket wins. Tickets for aale at mott stores In town. Take one. It coat a dollar. The Current la grieved to an nounce, the continued UIdm of Rom Mlddleton, at Queen. Ida temperature cotntlnue above 104 ad it look now m though hl life wa hanging by a very slender thread. Ilia wife waa aummonded ky telegram from Oklahoma where the haa been visiting and waa taken out to Queen Sunday night . her arrival here. The many frienda of the nick man and other relative are anxiously watting ewa of hi condition while fearing Hie worat. K. L'tahcvcrry, who ranchea near Lovlngton, la la town from there coming yesterday and may remain several daya on business. Mr. Ktcheverry atop at the Hlghtway while in the city. The Lick the Kaiser Club 6 p...

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 November 1918

A I I I II II I l!OM I HAM K (The following i of S. I.. Petty In AH company t li i k glltl tl.tlt.lllOI) illl'l III)' llllot liiatii'l: It til)' ll,llll' al.'i I rutin a brother Fiance bt Iiik In a machine l. printed fur com , about -iU.toln.-t of the JlCMpIl . 'I ll it I - who m ki.nwn Wi'llt I I mci i i t v to amp I ' i k . ulii ."ci iiu iis the ic:i lit tunc FlMIII I'. I M. ;. " I . s . I'. A KM ' II ,1 II I nut tin' hiother in 'ail-hal .uxl a tew iiii.it i i aic i) A i k . w lict i lie ik luipp.my ili'ik at : ) til'. I I I y .t:.iii I n t (. No. I'll. ,p. Folic. SollM'W hl'l e Tuesday i I Fiance." , IIIMI IlitlH. 'II ill a qillct when- Jlni' I wonder If' If things are! imperially If i i I Seteinici ::kI. l!IS. Drill Iiu ,.. ll.tk.H! I ill. I l ill' .Dill W little Flench ill.lle I tin ll.llltel ill all. JO I .ill ill Wi II ill'll colnc .is Usual, iiinl Mam. i in will, hid ou y,ti the "Mc-MaM from Klin: l ii'iirL'i'" that I sent on from, Km lanl ? If t 1 1 run li sec w hen' In Fin...

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. — 13 November 1918

lie M iC i ) 1 I .J VOU 2, NO. 180. CAULHIlAD, NIJW MEXICO, , WKDSKsilAY, NOV. 1:1. IDIM. 3. Year. ttOc. Month, ftc. Uoy FORMER KAISER TO BE INTERNED IN HOLLAND Dy Associated Press. London, Tuesday, Nov. 11. Hol land will permit William HoTien lollern to remain on Dutch noil on the. same term of Interment of other German army officer. He haa taken the name of Count William llohenzollern, and I ef fected ton uy an estate and re main In Holland, according to an Amsterdam dispatch to the Ki chnnjro Telegraph company. William llohenzollern, the former German emperor, arrlver Sunday at Count Ilentlnrk'H chateau of Mid dachlu near Arnsrn, according to liy Associated" Presa. Copenhagen, Tuesday. Nor. 13. Tlie new ISavarian government atnt a messago to President Wilson throiiRh Hwltr.cil.ind saylnjc fears aic felt that advantare will be taken of the navarlan republic. The message declares that German autocracy doea not deserve mercy. Ily Associated Prrsa. , With the Hrltlsh Army in Fiance a...

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. — 13 November 1918

mzzi SIGNAL HEN HUSTLE They Have to Work Rapidly as Fight Rages. Nlr Cenntlon la Prims NtctMlty No Matter Hew Fait Shtlls May Fly. Wllh the American Army In France. f-The signal corps men had to do iwin fast work during tin recent flshtlng I keep up with the Infantry imd in freep communication always open be-, twoen headquarter and tli vlll:w pewly ruptured whore the doughboy Were. The algnal corps wns h connecting llok between the Infantry, artillery, ambulance service imd headquarter. The Nlcnnl corps did wonderful mid lightning work. Kvery other dcpnrt rnent any so. It's no cinch Im-Iiut the idgnnl corps ifter a division that Is contluually gaining ground. "A soon a tli. Infantry inakei a posh yon have to kC b telephone line fetrung Into the fart ti-t rulm or woods t)T wheat field, no mstter how ninny Gertnsn shell in Apatterlng msdlv fcrer the area. Then, ahout the time you get a wire itretched along the ground and In' work I mi order, call up headquarter to leu them. "This I th...

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. — 13 November 1918

mm k ton ran cuitrucMT. yi:ii:niat. nov. is, 10m. LOCAL NEWS 1 Sheriff Hewitt let last night for UuukUm, ArUoua, la response, to telegram stating that his broth r. James, bad been killed by hia horse falllitK on him. Thu deceas 4 waa about thirty-six years o( at and unmarried. In addition te. the brother here he leave a widowed mother and a single sla ter to mourn his loss. Murtal wilt cur at 1'ouglass. The eight-year-old daughter of 14 r. and Mrs. Freeman, who re aide on the Dr. K. F. boepp (arm across the river, waa operated on at Kddy county hospital yeslvrday afternoon and Is Kitting on nicely at this time. ll. W. VaItera eipecta to Iosvj the latter part of next week with hit family for Western Kantaa where be eipects to tako charge ef a large farm belonging to hi brother-in-law. Mr. Walters work ed under the government biologi cal survey for some time r,T coming to Nrw Mexico but has lately been In the employ of tiie Mercantile company In their ware house department. RtKret Is ...

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. — 13 November 1918

A M Vi.Al. 1KOA1 ,. A. JOSI H, Ixar Mr. Kdltor; Allow me to use A portion of your valuable aro to emphasise the Impoitao iii u. ir p opJe t"i ti l.iti(ik' Mu d the (ivne being h-ld ly the United Wir Vo.k (Jinn pMifcri tot tund to ; xj iiJ'l in welfare wink anions lit tiddlers Itiiil muIois. This H'i'il nuve, .- (lieie i Us III' I'l" i.lt- n' of til" l'i)itl Statin, in mi ii'tit i ih plltpalt Ml tfl" rOMTI Ul . ,i ;,,.. I , I'll: lit' . I'l 1 1,. (lull time till I ll'lr. lit Iti t :... ji n fur mil Imm ai lion,, .il.'i IIM O.IW. All Ol these il w.Ul.lati ilii have bun doiiit; and ale Uoiii .1 hj iili ilal woik uinoiii. on 11. 11. '!:. UK .l i fi K 1 1. .-'' W.I 1 m HilClif l( lllh IlolllelHI S Ol pill III '(I tht' L lt 1 in-ut ul ) unfit; Ani.'i u'u 1 lnail!loi)d. They .III- HUCIIliC.L their tii . 1 , Um-ii hi) live- ftii oi. 1 bojrt ''HI tlieie." Till' woik ol piu.l!iu a home 11 ml home com foil', : mi 1 1 fin 1 oiimliiiK" and the cieature commits thut aie n'vM saiily absent Horn Ai...

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 November 1918

9 VOL. 2 NO. 1ft I. CAHLKIIU). MSW MK.TICO, TIIUlsllAY. NOV., I I. MUX. 3.M) Year, 0(c. Month, 6V. !;. YANKS ACROSS GERMAN FRONTIER Hy Associated Press. Paris, Nov. 14. Ahum Iran troops have crossed the (lerinan front Ier toward McU and Starashburg. Paris, Nov. 14. Marshal Forh, commander In chief of allied arm ton, will make solemn entries Into Htiushhurg and Met Sunday In th VON HINDENBUR6 STILL HEAD OF GERMAN ARMY AND PILLAGING IJy Associated Press. London. 'mv, 1 1! Fl Id M;t i nluil Von llhiil' nbiirg will icmaln an In ad of !!ic i itpicme tlcrmnn army Mt'dcnrc of President Polncarc and comm . '. ii'-t orit 1 n y to n Cerman Premier Clcmenreau. I win 1. niched here which glcs STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF FIRST NATIONAL BANK Carlsbad, New Mexico AT THIS CLOSK OF BUSINESS NOV. 1, 1918 RESOURCES and IHMiountH ...JM5!I,7I7.. LIHLIt'lY HOHs lo.:t..M Other Honda 4 0.000.o0 War Savings Stamps... K 7 7 . ." 7 Hanking House 7, Goo. oo Stock In Federal He-.. serve Hank 4,f.00.0 t'anh an...

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 November 1918

U . ,-.m.MA VMM MMWUIIIHil Highest 0 -- PAID FOR ---- UM DELIVERED BEFORE THE 25 OF NOV SEE US BEFORE YOU SELL PECOS VALLEY HIDE & FUR CO nit Ti:.f'iii:s Mi:i:ri(i. An Important meeting wan iTtTtl Tuesday at tin- 1 1 i k tt school build lun at the close ul school lu the uftei noon. A lull ullcudaucc ol teachers was prcHcnt aud many thluK of lutcivst to the school weru discussed, ft was decided ut the meeting tint, subject to tin Uppiovul ol tlu school hoard, ses sions of tho hcliool will Liu held on Saturdays; one day vncatlous will bo given for Thankngitlug and Christinas. Ily ho ilulng tin work laid out Tor tin' school i-ur ran bj accomplished. Ihc only excep tions to this wtll In t tie last Sat urday in each motttti which will tu needed for the teachers to make out their reports - conse quently no school will be held on those days. Tlu' enrollment lu Ihe city h'Ihioh Is about "H per hire being the nolo, "Where the Koscs Neer Fad," rendered by Hey. Cunningham In memory of her ...

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 November 1918

..A. mm irrirrrf a cuiJErrT. Tinman r,"tfor. 14. it. -TV 4 LOCAL NGWS ' ' ' -Will Purdy lifted tboh'ard while staring a piano Tuesday and the re tit 'Is a badly sprained back. The Ovtrrent la glad to announce the convalescence of this worthy faui II r from it recent attack of the "flu" all l'lnK tip except William the youngest child. "Melvln Iieump who ha been aulte 111 at the home of his parents Dr. and Mm. A. A. IJcai-tip, ; hav ing had a relapse from an uttack of the Influenia, la again on the .tiad to recovery. Mm. Ileal up and children are courageously hold Inx down the 'ranch In the moun tains during the Illness of the "big bona," who however, expects to leave for home Friday In emu Dan y with Fred Area. ' Valient hunters who left for the (luadalupes yesterday were Judge John W. Armstrong, county clerk I). Jackaon and pern.tp.4 ethers whose names we havj not heard. Albert Johunon and wife, of Mack Ulver, have b :en In town niOrh of the week, train fiiii busl ness and visiting ...

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 November 1918

J Haws Yy Taken Advantage OF OUR 25 Percent Discount Sale ON- LADIES SUITS LADIES GOATS LADIES CHESSES LADIES SKIRTS AND MILLINERY AT S4J5 S6J5 S9.75 ONE LOT LADIES SHOES $5.50 AT DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING NOW i vy Wo Want Your Trade. ilRLS ARMED TO TEETH GUARD FLORIDA COAST 'atrol Was Started Because of Many Pro-Germans Scat tered There. Silhouetted against ft filtch Mack ky and mid wliltt stars, a human flit ire on ImrHclinrk mounted to tli crest f n hill. (T to the went the sen wished and tossed, ilny lii a has to he forest tenor, .stropped to the snd lie, nnd within easy reach, was u rifle. The figure pulled night glasses fnmi n we and looked long nnd carefully la ill directions. The hisses were put tack, and the horse anihled out of lght. Midnight, and tunny mile away rom the crest wherf the first figure ras to he acen, n second figure on mrsebuck met the llrst. (Jreetlngs vere exchanged In low, girlish tones. The first figure yawned, turned tho torse around and went out of si...

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 November 1918

.... Ml TOL. 2 XO. 182. CARI.SPAD. MEW MliXIOO, ,,t,DAy, NOV. 13, 1018. M.DO Yenr, oor. MontM, ftc. upf. DUTCH GOVERN- AMERICAN AIRMEN HUNS BENT ALARMED LAND AT COLOGNE ily Associated Press. The Hague, Nov. 15. The Dutch government has Issued a proclama tion urgently appealing Tor coop eration of Its citizen In thin crave Crlsl. It says the minority threat ens to wclio all power and declares Its determination to maintain an tliorlty and order. By Associated rrese. Paris, Nov. 15. The naval terms of the German and Austrian arm istice are being carried out rapidly, t ,, By Associated Presi. London, Nov. 15. 2:30 p. m. The German cruiser, Kocnlgsburg, carrying German delegate to ar range the naval terms of the arm istice, it I understood here, will be met by llrltlsh warshlpa this afternoon and escorted to a point t sea where the German delegate will meet Admiral Deatty, 'com mander of the llrltlsh fleet. Py Asxolcatcd Pre London, Nov. 1 5.--American air men have landed at Cologne on t...

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 November 1918

Highest Prices . -- PAID FOR -- MURKBYS DELIVERED BEFORE THE 25 OF NOV SEE US BEFOKE YOU SELL EEGOS VALLEY & FUR CO ; Thonc 209 or 168 1 IvJi :-;U- .. NEW MEXICO'S IIIXPONhK to initkdvwar work ap. i'eadmiioi i.i) hh uukkal AM .FOItTIKDMINtl AT ONCE Governor Washington K. Llnd ey ad, Groaned a telegram, Friday aftermton, to every United War Work ICaiupaUn Chairman In ev ery cuninty tn the;' atate urging upon Ih o in the needs ot funds It h which to finance the war work actlvltlea of the aeven recognized war agendo looking ,after the wel fare or the soldiers or the United State towJlKfillnfc the battles or tlie rtiutry oil land and sea, and expressing yie,.1iepe( that the peo ple or their respective counties wlnld respond to. the appeal liher ally atw) nnuiptly. The text or the gottrrnor'st telegram follows: 'Santa V, NoM, , 12:30 P. Nov. fl, 1'JlH. T. C. Uorne Codnty Chulrinan United War Work Campaign, Albuquerque N. M. The tremendous expansion War Welfare Work ror American sold ...

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 November 1918

inn mnnriTfa otmnKNT. Friday, nov. is. ioi. 44444 ei tt e tei LOCAL NEWS Mrs. IJcrt Ilawllns wn In town the last of last week from Loving ton and returned to that city Bun da. Mr. Ilawllns wll remain at the plalna metropolis until time to take up hla work with the Y. M. C. A., probably tho last of the present month. Dave McCollaum came In from the Ouadalupes yesterday bring ing the welcome news of the contin ued Improvement of Hons Middle ten, who haa been so seriously 111 of pneumonia. The many friends of that gentleman and his family hope for his complete recovery. Regular services at the Ifetho list church In Carlsbad will be again taken np neit Sunday. Sun day School at 0:46; preaching at 11 In the morning and 7:30 In the evening. Epworth League at 6:30. All are welcome at any or all of these services. Melvln Rearup and Fred Ares left this morning on the return trip to their respective ranch Louies In the mountains it The charitable children of the Otis community are supporting ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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