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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 27 November 1918

SnUlRTGUM WAS SELDOM SMILES, QUE HUN THICK BUT WILL FIGHT Used Small Piotcl That Sprayed Out Bul h After He Cried Indian Doughboy Can "Go Some" . In Own Way. Kr..i)erad!' SAFEST TO TAKE KO CHANCE HE HARDLY EVER SALUTES Lieut. Ira J. Hoda of New Yck Tell ef B.tt!e Scns and Praises Lieut. Audrey Crey of California at Hero. Imlo.;. I 'irst Lieut. Irn J. linden of ltroot.1t n. N. Y.. and llerkclcy. Cab. praises Lieut. Audrey tlrey of IScrke Icy iix one of fhi1 gamc.st American officers !u ever knew. Lieutenant tJrey, fearfully wnumh'd nnd lit ()! point of death, said: "hi n't tnkf me, hoyn; clean Vju out flrt.M Ity "olennlng 'cm out," ho tnt-n :ii for thrni to keep on driving it t tin- !-r-rmn ' mnchlne gun tiesfn until they Were llhalldotlcd. lie llllt Dot Willi! til Interrupt tin proiren on Hint part f tin llin for nn Instffnt. I.h -lit mint ll'iili unit wounded In tin- li'ft leg tin' satin; leg In which he lniil been shot during tlu Si;iiilsh American wnr, "I was Just out of the hosp...

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 November 1918

He Evening Cnrrenfc VOI-. 2, NO. 1J5. 'Mti,siiM), xi:v n:.ito, riiiiiw, now at, huh. .YlM Venr. flOc. Month, Be tF7i GERMAN EMPEROR SUGAR RESTRIC- REQUIRES 8 0R 9IK00NEY IS SEN- 10 RECLAIM HIS AT AN THRONE EARLY DATE HONS TO BE MOD-DAYS FOR IFIED NEXT WEEK TO GROSS HU RHINE 3y Associated Pies. London, Nov. 2'. The former (ii iiiaii mpeior eonti mplatcn an early return to (lei many to terlalni his thione, arcordinn to m ws re ceived In London throuuli ncntial nourcen of IiIkIi KtaiHlliur. say A the London Dully Mail. That n-wi pa per add Iliat the revolution in ticrtnuny In bclim managed ly of licet of tin' Cerimin 111 til rom mand with t ho view of eventually causlni; It collapse nnd triumphant return of former emperor to ller lin. Some of these officers In clv lllan clot hen recognized In streets of Merlin. Many me reported to ho passim: n h wiiiknun. ily Associated Press. New Yoik. Nm. 2!'. Smrar dl lsloih i f tli' t'niti'd Stall i Food Ad in I n IhI i u I ion tin iitichniit I ho ...

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 November 1918

iiiam;i;h in i:vpmhiis hi;j. i lations. M. C. Stewart. United State Ex-! plosives Inspector of Cm Isbnd, New Mexico, announces tho following chanuoH in tli KciH'inl r u 1 1 ii if un der tin- l'i'l"i lit Explosives riilinc effective at once; 1. All regulation relating In Ingredients not (isii or Intended To be uod in the manufacture of explodes nil1 nvoked ami no fur tin r license or such Ingredients will be KijlllM'tl. 2. All rei'ulations relating to flievvoiks tevokcd and no fur ther 1 if -it of flu-wot k will be n I'lifil. t. All n filiations relating to Platinum. Iiiillniii ii ml Palladium uml compounds thereof ate rev ok ril ami no further license of Platl nnni. 1 1 Itl I tit ami Palladium will In- H'nuln-d. That these changes have been' Madi y the Dliector of tin- Itu-1 nan or Mines, in charge of Ex plosive Regulations because no loiiti-r loiinlred for tin- public safcl y . Ml other inline under tho Ex plosives , aw will ho rigidly en forced until fin titer notice. Truat of Tru...

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 November 1918

CAHLftllAD, XKW MICXHXI, rilfhlt. NOV. 2. I1H8. LOCAL NEWS Mm II. M. Thorne had for din ner gucsta ycHterday, id a da m Thnrno and Miss F.HKilsli.MUa I tit It It ouch and Sergeant McCue. Mr. and Mm. Jon John enter tained the family of J, N. Hewitt, Willi a dinner or turkey and "ru ins," at their home on Noitli C.imil tieet, )eterdujf. HKi school notii.h Kut vi:i.k OF .NOV. IH-SW. A family (ilnner ut the home of i Mr. und Mm. J. J. Klrcher yester day wan attended ty their neigh bor, Mr. and Mm. M. W. Wultcrs and three children, and was a pleasnt Inforinul alfulr. Mm. liulh Itoyd led thla week for Imugluaa, Arizona, alter about thiee montliM with h(-r mother Mm. CoshcM it) Catlshad. Second l.ieiitennnt Monroe Christ ian In at t ti home of hla parrots, Mr. und Mm. II. 1'. Christian In La llnerta, conllncd to his bed by Illness. Lieutenant Christian la from Camp Jackson, North Caro line, lie la A member ot the I'nlted State Fit lil At tiller) ami a Cai l.-t- bad boy. Ilia fiirloiiKh 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. — 29 November 1918

IfAlWo IN WKfcCKEO VILLAU r . pi-" in v P. - A il Iim him til of Aiin i U iiiim nr '.'ii flmwn mi their u Hiiuiili 1 1 -1'riin Ii lnii of I '.in iit v. whlrli lii' mlTi ri il some vn y lien y In. ml i. n! liunt. Thl I'n in h iiClilnl jilioli rrnpli shows 1 1 ruin nf the vlllnf and tin- Amerleiin tri.i.t .ji-ine thmugh 'I hern ! t'nlnK mi 1 1 1 1 viiy to ilu their share In tin heavy lighting w lit It I lif Yiifikx dlil In thin sector. MONEY BURNS POCKETS Yankee Soldiers Astound French by T!i::r Spending. Buy Everything In Sight and Overlook Nothing Souvenirs Are Sent Home. riirN.-N. w under Unit American pnhllers astound the I'rriu h with t )n ir tiwney spending proclivity. Sli" stocked Milllil.iiilv In lit iinl ii:ii -nure nf evenm ( ln-i six in, mile. rc fniiii mix i'li mi. i out In n il:iy vlnii tin- niil;ees arrive. Tin' Amer ican JuM M.i'plv l.uy Hr) tiling In lght. A I'nin Ii nf irnnjiH 'u.f n 1 1 1 !i from lln1 hng .I'iiii'Ih') ni rrn, nr i' t n f Ini . Ii ' Iii i ll shunted i...

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 November 1918

HSie Eveik EIBTefflt VOL. 2, NO. 10.1. CAIUJUIAI), NKW MEXICO, 'WI01 'Oj: WO MVtm.lJ.VH Year, OOc. .Month, Ac. Vnyf. AMERICAN REPRE- GERMAN WIRELESS ARMISTICE CO SENTATIVES T 0 STATIONS ARE IN PEACE CONFER ENCE NAMED By Associated Press. Washington, Nov. 30. Prepara tions for the participation nf the United States In the coming pcarr conference have been completed with the naming of represent at Ives of Atnerira'a position on great questions to be set forth. The foil owing were named: President Wilson. Robert Lansing, secretary of state, Henry White, former am bassador to Italy and France, Col. K. M. House, General Tasker II. miss, who will be a representative of the American army la the su preme war council. The failure of the president to Include members of the senate among the delegates, resulted In a movement by republican aenatora to vend a senator or a committee to France principally to furnish the senate with Information on the different discussions. Resolutions are said to b...

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 November 1918

I mi mm . cured thVbulldlng of a fog aniTplank highway, which wn regarded by thorn Hi n wonderful specimen of Improved roilll. 'I Ills M'fHofl of road h uow a part of I lie Lincoln highway. HIGHWAYS TO HELP US WIN H Mora Important Factor In Winning War Than Good Roadt Interett Shown In Southwest. ' It would ho a cl I rii.-ti 1 1 iniittfT to ca tlfiintc tho advantage of (Mate niul In terstate highways. Ititll hlghwnyft ' ferf now being bicnted mid built In , fllii-f Mlltr of III" Southwest and HlO I Interest these mf contributed to good fond I of Iiiiiihii' honctlt to local I on.miinlt les, count It and Mates. The flUllWIiyS, It I Understood, w coirtoct ilate, counties In Mates and form a r ... - t ' i UNITED STATES ROAD RULES Motorlat Mutt Taka Outalde In Pate Ing Team en Mountain Ruad With Steep Qrada. The government' rule for rootor lmn covering road In the. tin lion til park require Hint, In punning a team on n mountain rotul with a teep grade to one aide. tlu motorist always tak...

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 November 1918

NATriin.tr, Nov. no, ioih. LOCAL' NEWS 9 YANK !S "HIGH-BROW" A. M. Chllcont In assisting In the Carlsbad postofflce durin;; the absence of Postmaster Ilarvey. Censor Says Utters Home Show Ned i shatturk is in town today Intelligence of Soldier. ( from his home In Artesla. OAIlfjftnAI), NnW MUIIOO. Mra. W. K. Smith la ntlll con fined to her room, ahe having been III for about Hunt weeka, first from the Influenza and later eoniplicatlons developing that htvu kept her down. Mra. George Ileckett la Indulging la pleasureable anticipation In re tarda to the home coming of her hoys for the Chrlntmaa holidayj. Clajr, who la arcond lieutenant. I In Camp Sherman, Ohio, and Lloyl la la Kan Diego. Iloth are well known Carlabad boy and are assured of a hearty welcome from Carlabad peo ple ahould they be given furloughs. Oscar Weaver, of living, waa up from there yesterday afternoon and pout the night In Carlsbad leaving a themornlng train for hla home. Mra. V. O. McColluni la reported acme bette...

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 November 1918

mriovED UMTOLM iNTiLiinom siDMaiooL Lesson lUf HKV. IV II. I-'ITZWATKfi, D. !.. Tshr of Kngtlsh IMMe In the Moody Ultle Irulitute of Chlrao.) (Copyrlfht, 19l, Western Newspaper ! tTnlon.) LESSON FOR DECEMBER 1 THE STORY OF JOSEPH. I.KBHON TKXT-Min.l mn-lfl. flOLDKN TKXT-llmnd sllrrelh up ttrlOs. Inn lov (ovifth up all trans rssslon rnvrlm 10:12. IiKVrvrioNAl, lirAltlNO rualma . AIMMTHJNAI MAIKIUAIj-OatieslS 17: I". t. Joseph the Well-Belove-J 8on (37:1-4). Joseph was Jacob's favorite non. !Thla wua due partly to the fart thtt fin was the Ron of the wife of his first lore and the son of hi" old age, hut tialnly because of the superior qual ities which Joseph possessed. TMi favoritism expressed Itself In a su erlor position and more respectable ilothea. That Jacob should feel par lal toward Joseph, perhaps, waa un voldsble, but that he ahould manifest waa eitreooely unwlae. Bcrioua trouble will always result from par Italltjr being ahown toward children. 11 brethren's Intense hatred b...

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 December 1918

Cirrent VOI. 2, M. 101. 111411 A II, NHVT MKXIIX), f.VOO Year, flOc. .Mouth. AV. lpy. PLOT UiMCOVERED SOVIEf AND NOR- TO REESTABLISH WEGIAN GOVERN Evening he Em MENTS HAVING IMPERIALISM !N GERMANY Djr Associated Press. London, Dec. 2.- A plot to re store t Tit po rf nit miii In (icrmnny nnr! secure the return f Kmpcror W 1 1 1 1 a 1 1 1 , was discovered In Ilerlin, according to an Amsterdam dis patch to the London l'xprcss. AccordlnK to the dhpatch which was filed at Amsterdam Friday, the men behind the plot were Field Marshal Von Mackensen, tJencral Von Hern nnd (icneral Count Slxt Von Arnlm. Large sums of money Ik suld to have been placed nt the dis posal of the leaders of the plot by munition makers. The plot col lapsed owlns to tho fart that a secret service asent overheard n telephone conversation. There In TROUBLE My Associated Press. ' London, lice. 2. Ilo'-hevlkla hnve entered the Norvvc' l.::i lega tion at Pctromad net remoed documents h loiu'lnn to Swltzciland whose ln! re...

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 December 1918

PRISONERS ARE BADLY TREATED ;v.-rn: tt .-jrr.- .-. r '' mJ J? J jr&lit - v v; a-- ' " - --y . ' " British Corporal Tells of Months' Experience In Germany. 14 'I?. SHOT FOR PICKING IIP FOOD ntrlei Flrt on Starved Prisoner Who Pick Up Pood Thrown to Them by French Women Forced to Work. !ti!iin. A cirHii'Hl hi th Llnooln Jklr.'H, hIio wiim taken prisoner In April, I'.MT, nihI who hih 'i.m In cm raping from lh Huns' clulri. In Jam, i;IS, Iiiih kIv. ii h very Inlrrfxtliic '.ntiii( of hi 4 experience. He Is n tnnn of (In hllieht rliurncter n ltd liln 1ry H, llnTefore, worthy of ere1eiiei lie mm enptureil April II, 11)17. near Algleourt, iiiul wnx ut flrxt Inketi to Che rjermiin liendipinrlerH, helilml the line. Id wiih ipuenlliiiu'd, t.iit refused to Rive itny lnfoinititl.ui. Me wan then netit t h work I uk piirty helilnd the Oerimiii linen lit II pluee culled Hi ret nnd whh cniploye.1 on n ration dump. The purty wiim ahout lit kll Buvtern from the lino; they eould Keo tbo Ilrltlxti h...

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 December 1918

O Allien AD, NHW MHXIOO, MONDAY, IUCC. 2, 1918. 4 LOCAL NEWS J. L. Taylor, of Artesla wan In the city between trains Saturday Bight. Ted Itutlcr, who has been upend Inn a few daya In the rlty with friends, expects to leave tonight for Magdalcna, N. M., where he Is engaged In the practice of law. Ted'a friends here regret his brief tay amonfc us. Hush Piatt left Saturday with the n. All for FrIJole and has not ot returned but expects to get In this nfternoon. He probably had a strenuous time getting there but the leturn trip, being down snide, will not be no bad. W. n. llepler of the fK ranch Is rcglMeied Ht the ItlKhtway hotel today. llajor Iltijac Is riper ted to ar rive. In Carlsbad this afternoon from a business visit to Albuquerque. The major Is chairman of "Mrl tatn's Day", which Is to be observ ed nxt Saturday, and will no oubt have an excellent program fer that occasion. Roy Fork was a passenger to his home town, Lovlnrton, on the morning train this morning. It hax been at th...

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 December 1918

- - - -" : ' " .. Peace Brings Ua New Mouths to Feed 4;g -n - r J PEACE ADDS TO U. S. FOOD TASK Europe Needs Nearly Doubta Last Year's Supplies From America. ECONOMY MUST CONTINUE, World Survey Shows Sufficient Wheat, But Shortage of Fata Govern ment'a Stimulative Pro. gram Justified. With li e return of peace America l ri.iiliciiit'il by a fond problem cui harder of solution lliini Unit vs tl tv which tti' coped in 1 1 nit of war. Vi have mi entirely new world Mltmilloik III foot! tuiiili ckkcIiI I il I chliti;;ei In our mms'I'1 triuru in. Itut in.no llllpi.) t .,. linn I h Im. ) must of lu res. ally require linicns.'.l fscml I.at ynr lilpni 1 1 .s.'ii inmi iiin of fiMiiNiuffN to ilu- !i i r mi 1 1 AIIIi'h, II. nl 1 1 win' cotil inih il i wniilil in ln r ii-i il this ciiiirhiiMiH lU-inv in I7.i fiM i.i n n imiM In tin ni m nt 'iir. Now, Willi Ilu ft spolisllillliy of fc.'.lliin tnll l"i" of .i lll.iTiit.'il fr.nu iln i;,.f. Inmi Jul our r'i.iri m isi tic I niuulit ll In If 'iJI.I J...

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 December 1918

: : . l n.j j M.OO Year, OOc. Month. He. or. 2, NO. IfMl. (Mllli.sn.ttl, XKW MLXICO, WLDNKSDAY, IlKC. 4, I0IN. ALLIED-FLEET GET WILSON AGAINST PRESIDENT i SAILS REPUBLICAN SEN TEN GERMAN WARSHIPS MILITARISM IN ANY FORM FOR THE PEACE CONFERENCE ATORS CRITICISE PRESIDENT Br Associated TrfM. . Aboard the Hrltltsh Tilbury, Sebntool, Nov allied flet hit taken from the Herman tes warship in the har bor here. The Ilusslan dread naught, Volla, Is now under th Urltlsh flag. Five destroyer were apportioned among the allien, the Urltlsh taking two, the French one and the Italians one. Four sub marine, which were nil German, were divided between the French and Urltlsh. All remaining wur ship and merchant vessels be longing to Germany In the lllack Sea fleet, will be held fine. fly AsFoclatd Press. Destroyer, i Xew Yoik, I He. 4. Trior to the 27. The 1 president a departure ror the pence conference in France It became known that he gois to the confer ence detei mined to ne all his In fluence aca...

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 December 1918

1 H. L. Perry, Editor and Mgr. OVER HUH TOWH Young American Aviator Tells ol Drive Over the Ger man Lines. Kntered ah second class matter April 16, 1917, at the post office at Carlsbad, Nw Mexico, under the Art of March 3, 1879. Published dally, flundaya excepted, by the Carlnbad rrlnthig Co. Member of Tim AmelAtel Prosa. The Associated Press la eiclusire tf entitled to the use for republica tion of all news dispatches credited it or not otherwise credited U CaUa paper and also the local news Vn7o) W Liu EvenjngCurrcnt. jHfllLLIfiG RAID J ll I J J "'iX KaBMaJI kmMHul Sums mm S C 0 fURP08B3 OF FOOD ADMINISTRATION THE DAY OF ITS BEOINNINQ. Tli Impea f l !; Fond Admin- trillion ir, 1 1i r- f 11 : No to guide tlio Irnde In fundamental fMid commodities h to flltlll nale vImih spemlMlloii, cxtor thin mid wustcfiil practice und In stabilize price In cxicntlnl staples. Herbert Hoover. Au gust 10, 1017. SEVEN LOAVES OF BREAD .' fOR EVERY PERSON IN U. S. SAVED FROM WASTE farmers and Thresherm...

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 December 1918

i. OAIUAJMD, TiUff MLXIOO, WMD.M.si) Y, DIM'. 4, 1 0 1 H. LOCAL NEWS M". J. F. Flower ia III thin morning Buffering from Influenza and has neon red the service of a trained mime, Mlso Catherine Walterscheld, to care for herself and daughter Kliner, during their 111 naa. 'J.Ti lira. John Queen spent the night InCarlsbad from her home In the lower valley near Malaga, and re turned thereon the south bound this morning. Grace Whltead In among the school girls who are on the sick list this week. Visit our Vulcanising department and see how well Geo. Fredericks an fli your tires and tubes. Ills work Is guaranteed. SOUTHERN AUTO CO. R. E. Morehand, of Hereford, Texas, passed through the city this week coming down yesterday snd leaving on the morning train. MIm Harriet Hone and Miss Charldee Rosnon are stopping at the Crawford this week und attend ing High school.lt being too muddy to allow them to return to their home at Loving. Mrs; Tlckett is assisting In the J. F. Flowers store during t...

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. — 4 December 1918

ITALIAN PEOPLE SHOW VITALITY Survivors of Earthquake Build o New Avezzano. ' OLD TOVVn HEAP Of RUINS Disaster That Wiped Out 10,000 Uvea Waa Lett Sight of In Mora Absorb ing News of War Rulna of Old Town Provide Material for Building the New American Red Crota Lenda Helping Hand to People. LIEUTENANT GRIFFIN BARRY. Wlm save i ho Tt-.linn In America remembers through three and n half crowded year tho earthquake In Avez rimo In January, lUK"? The (trout war whs six month oh. Itnljr wn gath ering her forces in enter. The atten tion of the diplomatic world was fo cursed on the struggle of the Orman ambassador to prevent n deCalon and Avenano Youngsters Carry Italian and American Flags to the Rulna of Their Homea, Near Red Croia Nursery. remain In Homo. Meanwhile soldier were leaving Itiillini villages fur con Cfiitr:itliin (iiinps. Suddenly the news wns flashed from a populous eenter Dear the middle of the peninsula that ten thou nil I people had been burled beneath tin ir homos In a 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. — 5 December 1918

VOL. 2, NO. 107. (wiu.shad, nkw mkxico, TiiriiHD.w, dkc. n, huh. t.YOO Yenr, floe. Month. ft. Onsc 20 PER CENT OF TROUBLE EXPECT-ENGLAND NAVY TO BE DiS-1 EO HI BERLIN !T0 MAINTAIN HER WANTS PRESIDENT CHARGED SOON FRIDAY I NAVAL DEFENSES By Associated Press. Ilv Associated rrass. Washington. Pec. f. Tie dls- Paris. T r.. T i i r? ! in ami charge of 20 per n-i ; of tV- na 'h revolutions under Pr. l.lchknccht, war-time pi rsonnel, which will be i radical socialist leader, vll break about one hundred i hon il m-n. out In Petlln on Friday evening, la to be authorized. Secular) lui- r-ccordltiK f Zurich nd'iets o the lei said they would bo t"U a:ed Jounnil. )r. T.1 tkn'rli t'.s report as quickly an possible. sa)s t li y Irive ir,o(in men well Private yacht, inotorhoats ami armed, other rrii ft wlil-'h were t :i U over1 . by the o erniiM-nt for tlie I"'' !''! 1 jv of war, have already been back to their owner. I til n il i By Associated Press. Limn. pee. f. -Three Aiiulciti cruisers are ex...

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. — 5 December 1918

ThcEvcn i ngCurrent S. L. Perry, Hdltor and Mgr. Entered nit second clasa matter April K, 1917, at the p-ost office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Published daily, Sundays excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Co. Member of The A-soclatcd Pre. The Associated Plena Is exclusive ly entitled to the use for republica tion of all news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited lu this paper and also the local newa Iff mm SPIRIT OF U. 8, VKEAT S rTTo) mm Sacrifice to Ensuro Allied Loal Greatest Single Food Achic. jncnt. SUFFICIENT SUPPLY NOW, All the Nations Will Be Able to Re turn to Their Normal Sup. ply of White 1 Dread. ailOai IS SUppOKCfl l ()( a "dry" city, but the way the "red i noses" ate appearing on the streets' f Into, It appears that there Is plenty of "wet" hero yet besides that pnidurrd by the recent heavy snow. It h said that a wash tub fu'l of bottles have been fathered up in one hotel, which constituted a single night's contribution. It Is ...

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. — 5 December 1918

UAKLHIlAl), NliW MKXIOO, i rodent ontiiol milting. LOCAL NEWS . Hush Matt, Queen mail cnrrler, left Tuesday moi nln k on Ma re CtiUr semi-weekly trip to tin- mou ntains, but had nut yet returned At noon today. The Otis tiuxlllary of the Red Cross, are picpnilng to serve Band witches and coffee at the Will Ed Carter sale which in to bp ht-ld the. Hth of December. Walter (Hover camp in today from his ranch southwest and ays. the roads ar In a little worse condition than ho ever saw them before. Ills cur, empty, bog Ked down three timed between IMtt Springs and town. Mr. Glov er nit yd they had a heavy unnw at Ma pluct", the drifts In some placed hplng six teet deep. Hp will not undertake thp return trip until the mud drien up. Mr. and Mra. Moody were pas engerd south yesterday morning to Ited Muff where the went on n hunting trip, ictuinlni: last nUht. 8uch A fine time wad expeilenced and such good luck in the hunting line, that tliey decided to gojigalu this morning and remain until ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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