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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 5 December 1918

SO FRITZ THOUGHT THIS WOULD STOP TANKS f ft I Jrv '. . v: - , . , ..'., V w;,J; ":' '..- . Tmo I'.iiilsli nilltt rH M'l iii riitlur ninu,l in tho Intrsi I n it tn of . I nil. Tin' lnvi'iitloii hi iti"tiiiii Ih u (ii'i niiiii iiiiiltiink i !t!i wlili li tin' I'.rit lli Iiiim- tnkrii lii ii Citiumii Innrli, vl ere they nr' imimIIiiu'. A l Vlii'llitT flu' rllli- tx riiuililiM'i'il nil i'D'im I I vciihi fur iv' mwhIii-i lln Inuk" I'iiii In Id r mitii dy tin- ixnMkuiiN on th fm i x ni i In m i f u li'N In tM-i IIiIiInIi nillrliil lintiKriiili. SAILOR'S LIFE IS CHANGED BY HEWSHIP RULES i by ShipDini i rr , Traditions I'rt Board's Hcgulations. JACK NOW CETS l!IS RIGHTS nclent Mariners Would Riot In "Dn f Jonet' Locker" Could They Kiv Present Provllon for Ccrifort J Men of American Merchant Mar'n Oood Food, Bed, K JJIng a i'J Oath "Donkey Drenkft" Qo- , hut "All Hands pn Deck" Remains. i Kitli'M niil.iiliiu' tlu Iii.ii- (,f lull e nml ollii-r uniklii)' rim lulniis hIiiiih I AiiM'ili'uti inr...

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. — 6 December 1918

lie Evemiag Vtl2, NO. 10H. CAItISnAI), NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, PEC 0, I01. tft.OO Year. 00c. Month, lie. i ALLIED TROOPS MAY ENTER BERLIN By Associated rreaa. Copenhagen, Dor. 6. Allied nnd .Anrerlcan forces will temporally occupy Berlin, and exercise police supervision, according to the I 1 1 1 -sche Allgomeln Zeltung, of Berlin, which says an American wireless to thin effect has been Intercepted by the Germans. Mann lleimhle In already slmlllaily occupied. The reason for occupying Boilln la said to be "a regrettable Incident during which a supervisor of a prisoner ramp shot three Frenchmen." Uy Associated Prtaa. Atlantic City, Dec. 8. Organled business men of the United States, through the reconstruction confess of the war aervlce committee, de elded to send a commission to Europe to be available to the Am erlcan peace de-legates in the event that they needed assistance In working out economic ploblems that might enter the pone negotiations. Dy Associated Treat. London, Dec. 6. Seriou...

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. — 6 December 1918

l&oEvcningCurrcnt 8. I Perry, Editor and Mgr. Catered m second elm natter A Hi I II, HIT, at the post office at Carlsbad. New Mexico, under the Act of If arch 1, 1S7I. Published dallr, Sundays excepted, by the Carlabad Printing Co. Hrmhfr of The Associated PreaaT The Associated Press le excluslrt If entitled to the use for republica tion of all newi dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited lb this paper and alao the local news ALLIES ARE FED BY SELF DENIAL Generous Doing Without America Supplied Food to Eurcpe. in Exports from this country since tt (entered tlio war have kepi starvation front Allied Kuropo and haw tnnlii-, lalned th health ami strength of tho who have been hearing the tirtiul f Sour tattles, so tlml they could hold out to victory. Now that hoailH'I-H have, ceased w- must ututume t J i mill ed burden of keying starvation fm.,t taereastng Its (oil upon ihe million who have been liberated from the Prussian yoke. Famine would undo the work which Iikh been...

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. — 6 December 1918

OAjmuuiAD, nun mjixioo. fiuday, dko. a, ioin. LOCAL NEWS 0. E. Hamilton and V. II. Clarkson, of Roawell, came down from there Wednesday and attend ed tj yarloua buslneaa matter In Carlsbad. Miss Donla Ferguson, night oper ator at the telephone exchange, who haa been 111 for a weft paat, la recovering rapidly and will soon be able to resume her work. Dur ing Mm Ferguson's illness Miss Klla Dock haa Ailed her place with entire satisfaction to the patrons. John Heed and wife loaded up yesterday morning and will en deavor to reach Crow Flat. Their cattle are on that range and they CO to see what damage, If any, they have sustained by the recent storm. FOR SALE. Fat hogs at 15c. pr. lb. on foot or 22 l-2c. dressed. 'Phone 4511 or see St W. L. ENNKFKll. George Oivan, aon of Her. and Mrs. 0. H. divan, le.rt last night for Albuquerque, he being a atud ent at the State University at that place. Mr. and Mrs. S. I. Page returned Wednesday night from a two months visit to friends and rela tives...

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. — 6 December 1918

SJ GIlANDMA mil, i;ti:utaih. A unique pnrty was given Wed nesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the hot) of Mr. and Mia. John T. Bolton, honoring Grandma 11111. who has been practlcnlly hclplenr, for some month') from the result of a fall. Karly In the wnk, Mrs. Hill Informed her d.ntght'-r that she was ttonK to hate a party and entertain the ! :tl ! who hate been so kind to her since her accident. The detotcd daughter gladly compiled with her mother's desire ii4 she does with all her r"i iHt an-l etcn prepared the menu in accordance with Grand ma's wishes. Indltidiial hot chicken pit a po tato chips, apple and cilery anlad. olives, salted nuts, wafers, lc cream and coffee were served In Mrs. Ilolton'a best manner. The dear old itrandma, who will be In-lit) -t x years old Christmas day, win wheeled to tlx table, clad In a cray silk lobe, her shining White lrlr ! t y rni'calad under a lavrnilii, silk rap and seated it the l'ul of tin festive hoard, wan happy with her friends. The guests w...

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. — 7 December 1918

VOL. 2, NO. 109. CARLRnAD, NKW MKX10O, NATlltDAY, DIX'. 7, I1H. KVCMi Year, Oc. Month. 6c Uop IMPROVING GERMANS DISCUSS WILSON'S HEALTH OCCUPATION OF BERLIN BY THE ALLIES fly Associated Press. London, Dec. 7. An extraordi nary meeting of the German cabi net was summoned at Derlln Thursday to discuss the poMslblllty of the allies occupying Derlln ow Inac to Germany's alleged Inability to carry out the terma of the arm istice, according to Amsterdam dis patches to the London Express. Cy Associated Pros. Washington, Pee. 7.tfnanlmous y the house rules committee de cided today to report a rule giving the right of way for action on resolution calling for Instiga tion of the national security league aad rta allegwl activities In the last Campaign Including charging members of congress with disloyal- ty. By Associated Preaa. On Hoard the I'nlted States Steamship, George Washington, Dec. 7. President Wilson's third day at sea found him much im proved In health, his rnW yielding to treatment...

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. — 7 December 1918

TheEvcningCurrcnt " 8. L. Perry, Kdltor"nd Mgp Entered aa second class matter April 16, 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 Tli Utoc latei! Vrt. The Associated Press la excluslvo ly entitled to the use for republica tion of all news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited It. this paper and also the local news ORIGIN OF THE HOE CAKE PRISON TERM FOR TRADING WITH HUM lf?p &&f&r?& fix & J' - . ... . s I - , y j Southern Negroes Credited With Ha v. Ing Started This Delicacy on Its Way to Popularity. Ild you over heitr of line cnkoT If you have ever been In the southern l)ii rt of the United Mute of America )'ii Imve surely heard of K, and per haps you have eaten it, too, fur thin dUli orlglnutod In (hut Imi it of the world. !.iu' (ik, In th days before the Civil war, when itr-iit plantations flourished In the South mid many ne groes were...

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. — 7 December 1918

oAtlLgRAD, TiUXf MHXILX), HATt'llDAY, PEC. 7, 1MH. 4 A LOCAL NEWS Wright Kllgore wm In from bla ranch on Hocky Arroya, yesterday, and saya the road between here and hla home are the worst erer. Meglnnlng Tuesday, Dec. 10th. the picture show will open at 7:30 o'clock, Instead of 8 o'clock as has been the custom for some time. Ilev. Oeorgc II. Clvan and wife are again at home In the Methodist parsonage. Reverend Olvan Is ahlo to he up a part of the time. Thin ia good news to hla many friends In Carlsbad who are hoping for hla early recovery. Hunday achool at the Methodist church Sunday morning at 9:45: layman's aervlce at'Il o'clock; W. I. Mudgett will lead the meeting at that time. Ills subject will be "The Mission of the Church at the Clone of the War." Talk will be made on thin subject from the so cial, financial and spiritual polnta of view nnd an Intcrcatlnir and helpful meeting In anticipated. The Current la sorry to learn of the continued Illness of Or. L. II. Tate, who la conf...

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. — 7 December 1918

MONUMENTS ; I KKMIKHKKT TIIH liOMWKMj' MONUMKNT CX). AND CAN FIJIt. NISH ANY KINI1 OK MONUj MKNTA IIKMIIIKD AT TIIK IXIW-! K8T ITtlCIJ WHICH AUK tlVMU 4VTKKI) IIV THAT COMPANY. 0, U. WHITEAD wrioviD tmrotM imtiMnoiui iMSanoL Lesson (Dr RKV. P. II. I'lTZWATKIt, D. 1).. Twrhfr of KnidlMli Ilihl in tu Moody Bible Inr tttuto of Chli o.) (Copyright. 191 WDitern Newspaper Union.) LESSON FOR DECEMBER 8 JOSEPH MADE RULER OF EQYPT. . W8AON TEXT-0nls 41 tl-44. OOLIJKN TEXT-IU lint la faithful la S vary llttU la faithful also In much. Mika lt:lS. DXVOTIONAL RRADINO-raalma U. ADDITIONAL MATKRIALr-OeneeU : Thirteen lonf year hate panned alnce hla brethren sold him. They have been year a of fiery testing fur Joseph, but hla faith la triumphant There la a mighty rontraat between Joseph In the pit at Dothan and Jo eph aa prime mlnlater of tigypt I. Jeeeph Made Prima Minister af Sgypt (tt. 83-44). L The Oceaalon t. 14:32). It la the Interpretation of I'baraoh'a dreama. In hla dream a Pharaoh aaw eve...

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. — 9 December 1918

C we "JSveum VOL. 2, NO. 2CKI. CAHLSnAD, NEW MKXICO, MONDAY, DLC f), IOIM. A.OO Yer, 0Or. Month, fie. Vopj ENTERTAINMENT OF PRESIDENT TO BE ELABORATE rarls, Dec. 9. Elaborate plans are being made by the French gov ernment for entertaining President Wilson during bis ntr In that capital, including state dinners and official rail for gala night at opera. Upon the arrival of President Wilson at Holt De Roulogne sta tion Saturday morning, he will be met by President Polneare and other government officials. They will then go to Murat Mansion which will be the president's home while In Paris, lie will probably drlre over Paris Sunday and Mon day will drive to hotel De Vllle which will be the occasion for considerable ceremony. Following Saturday there Is to be a general holiday and the tarccst celebration of any ever seen In Prla. President Wilson will confer with Colonel House soon after his arrival at Paris. FRENCH GENERAL ARRIVES IN BERLIN ; lir Associated Press. I Washington, Dec. 9. ...

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. — 9 December 1918

RED CROSS ROLL CALL FOR CHRISTMAS WEEK American Public Aakcd tj Respond With Uni versal Membership. In your name written there' Where? Oii i ho Hod 'rts rhrlxtiiiiiH I C 1 1 full, Of colllne, lhVlnnliiK xxlth lied i'rnnn Sunday, fi il..T ., iho nilri' American im lluii Mill be given tlit ipMM iuiiii ilnr Im: iho work of I !( ml'iT li i 'J I l lino !( fur till tloM- iiininU tif mi n v tlml iho hrLhl It'll I'm in iikhIiiM Iho xxhlio Inn kkT'iiiml Iiiim emuo tit IlllmllO. ThU I In iiu MM'M' n i'iiII f r fiiioN. ll I Iho iiiiniiiil full f..i rixic. I'.v erx iiiottihi-r f ox cry toiHchtih, frmn tin irramlf.iihcr i iho mirier), hnuhl ho roprohoiiioil on tin !!.'! fin Si r -loo I'lni;. Only ih.lhir inolnli'ishijis ro holm: nkoi fur, ami ili Hie for tho onlomhir )cnr of I'.M'.l I A r hero throm hi'lll tho fmir. font IJimI I 'rims ill IsmliM Iho work v ill l.o I'ohli I'll loi iis ii icilrilii'iilinli In if-. mini Morloo ihhI m-f mierilloo. u In. titer xx hut limy ho I In- liiitiioilinl t:il,...

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. — 9 December 1918

OAHIiHRAD, NUW MU.XIOO, MONDAY, l)i:C. 0, HUH. LOCAL NEWS The canualty Itcpoi-tol M losing, lint of the pant Kn eight and one half pound w,h: officially published by the boy baby wn born Saturday night to Mr. and Mr. J. II. Morris. The you nit man nan not yet received ft Dame, positively, but It I thought he will be named for bin - lllun trloua father. Congratulation to the parent and bent wishes to Junior. war lop.u tmcnt, contains the namr of Clyde Mann, of Walnit Wells. N. M., a missing In action. Clyde llasa In one of the sons of Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Ilasn, who lived In Carlsbad and F.ddy county Tor yeum, only leavinK a few yearn ago. They have one, If not two, other sona In the service, one, Reagan Mlddleton ni Mark . Kred Pass, going Trom thin county. Campbell came down from Queen (Old frlenda here kie anxiously a lant night and Mlddleton continued waiting Mrther, newa from thin on hln way to Monument, his young man's fainlly. nome. When a soldier Is repotted ! mls.-.lng In acti...

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. — 9 December 1918

MOMENTS ! i RKpni-aKNT Tin: noswixi MONUMKNT CXI. AND CAN I Tit NISII ANY KIM) OF MOM -1 MKNTH IH SIUI.I) AT THIS IX)V kt ritici: winrii auk ciijah.' ANTFl I IlY THAT X)MPANY. ' will heihsuhe lieu in service Plan Protection for Those Soon I to Return Home. ! G. M. WHITEAD UHCLE SAM TO PAY OVERHEAD WHAT B9YS SAY ABOUT RED GROSS Since the soldiers ovrrwm have been Informed by their officers I tin I the Aincrlciin lied Croaa will play San ta ciHiir. tlilM riiiliMirt for all the boys In kliakl who asve no relatives In the Culled Hinte. lied Cross HraO I quartera at Waahlngton haa been re J reiving hundred of appeala. fnol dentally the men at the front hnve taken thia time to expreas their ap preciation for the work done by she Ited Cross "OTer There." Following are a few excerpts taken at rnnilorn from letters Incloslnu Christmas Package Coupons: tear Mr , MIm or Mr tied Crone-1 would appreciate It tremeruloualy If you would amd mo a Xmaa path a a I have ro relative, and a lltilo aoim-t...

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. — 10 December 1918

veiiisi Girreifc .1 L U. , VOL, 2, NO. 201. CARLSBAD, KKW MEXICO, TIT.HRAY, DEC 10, 101H. A.N Year. COc. Month. 6 looj lite FORMER GERMAN EMPEROR TRIES TO COMMIT SUICIDE Br Associated Press. London. Dee. 10. William Ho hentollern, former German empor or, has attempted to commit sul elde, following mental depression, according to the Lelpbsie Tageblatt, which la quoted In a dispatch to tho Exchange Telegraph Company. A member of the former emperor's retinue, who preveatd . Hrr Hohen ollern from carrying out hi In tentlon, received a wound. It Is aald. The former emperor recently held aeveral Interviews at Amer ongn with two German experts on International law with whom he dlscusaed hla pertonal position, ac cording to an. Amsterdam dispatch to the Express. According to the dispatch Herr Hohenxollern la riding his auto biography and history of reign ex plaining hla attitude before and during the war. It is said thin book is intended for publication and will be used as a portion of his...

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. — 10 December 1918

WHAT COUNTRY MUST D FOR ITS DISABLED SOLDIERS Problems of Reconstruction Confront American Red Cross With New Tasks and New Responsibilities. I urlnjr these Chrlstmasen, when nn'ii In tli t miction mid on initial sen alng rurolit; when our country glow a It uttermost boundaries wlili ilio H.VIM-t-ol of (lie Ited Cross; when I In- most u rt IiImiiihI look for iiwhlle ol the iroxi'i nnd tin stars now under ttnndlngs, now simplicities, new will Ingm s for service come to very ninny lut ii and women. And lift our soldiers nnd snl'ors who went out young nnd strong nnd slicMn;: the "l.ong. Iavx 'I'm II" nnd "Over There" now come Ixnk crippled nnd disabled, AiihtIi ii mm it r seeing more nd more their own nrt nnd riKMins. blllly In reconstruction. This work I HIM tcinhlng tilt lilllol lO See, tit lug tin ftni'i) t to I ) i-iimlyod, Mtti-r to tin remnants of arms nnd I tr to Ho full duty, the chance of health to the tubercular, 1 1 ir lit to minds be fogged l.V shell shock. Our government, ...

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. — 10 December 1918

OAIUAIUD, NUVT ItHXKX), TIKSDW, DUO. 10. 1018. LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Suit k, who ha been living with her son and daughter on the Howard Ualton place, went of town, haa rented the A. Moore cottage in West Carlsbad and moved there Monday. The Sunday school of the Meth od 1st church will have a giving . Christmas two weeks from last .ounuay or lite zznu, insiani. inv children and members of the school fill take clothing (new or second-hand) or provisions of any kind, LU ilia cuuivii ni I"" iiwui iui - morning service. A siiori program Will be given and a collection taken for the relief of the Armenians. 11 A NO Tl'MMI AMI Cllltl.HTM AN 1'artlea desiring to have their pianos tuned brio re the holidays should notify nte at once, as I can only remain in Curlsbud a short time longer this trip. Call me at the Crawford hotel or Turdy's furniture store. F. M. DKNTON. Major Dean Smith and Captain Macready, of the United States Aero Service, who have spent Sun day In Carlsbad, left this morning on 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. — 10 December 1918

MONUMENTS glum and northern trance. Munitions AKTKIM) IIY THAT fT)MI'ANY. G. M, WHITEAD j output slowed tip. ami only by the : mot heroic eserthm were the French I RKI'fll'ftKNT TIIK ItOHYKM, Anally able to turn Uvk tl.o enemy at MONUMKNT CXI. AND CAN KHU theMarne. Eventually the skilled ma NISI I ANY KIM) OP MOM', chlnMa were called ti.tk Into the fao MFC NTH I)I:H!IU:I AT TIIK liOW ! lories, where they cott be of much) fVTT I'HICK WHICH AUt: ftUAIU better ervlce tlinn ev the first- II in ircnches. F.nglnnd had nlrntlnr cxp.vM-ncea. In tin patriotic real of thoufttinds to en 1 1 , for the voluntary system was re lns In Kngiund fr uhout Three y-rx, iirti nticntion was pnwi to me retention on ntlI Job of men , whose place bnrtlly nvild bo filled. I T.ie ronseouenee wan that railway j worker, miner and machlnM went Into tbe army by thousand and that l Kngtand'a productive rnpnrlty was crippled seriously. Only tbl year F.ne land wan forced to withdraw 10.()ii0 miner from tlie army In F...

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 December 1918

IE C venin VOL. 2, NO. 2I2. CARLSHAD, NEW MEXICO, Vi:iXKKI. Y, IL II, HUM. M.OO Year, 00c. Month, tic top, LEGAL ACTION DE- BELGIAN HAS AC-IMS ASK RUSS LANDED AGAINST COUNT AGAINST GOONENT NOT FORMER EMPEROR! HOLLAND !T0 SEND OHLEGA- i TION TO BERLIN Dy Associated Press. Pails, Dec. 11,-- Legal action against the former German emper or has been commenced by the or ganisation of "Lille Mother" There Is a demand also for the! prosecution of the tato command-1 era of the German army, who In' April, 1916, directed tha their, girls be carried away from their famlUe where they were submitted to od.'oi a treatment and forced In-, to clone contact with notorious women. The statement of complaint says whereas the commanders were ku II-; ty of the erimo of abduction and vrre under command of the former emperor, his provocation is demanded. ty Associated Tree. Aboard the United States Steam hrp George Washington, Dec. 11 With President Wilson and party a board. the George Washington to day cha...

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 December 1918

r MO 1 juist3 a 1 1 ' 1 i fPIUlO lUviniiniu ON HOOSIKK KITCHEN CABINETS. THE WAR IS OV ER BUT THE FACTORIES SAY THE PRICES MUST ADVANCE. WE HAVE ON HAND A LIMITED NUMBER BOUGHT AT THE OLD PRICE. WE ARE OFFERING FOR CHRISTMAS SPECIAL S2.50 DISCOUNT ON ALL CABINETS. PRICES RANGE FROM $32.50 to $50.00. $1.00 DOWN $1.00. A WEEK. SALE STARTS SATURDAY DEC. 14th ENDS SATURDAY DEC. 21st. DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING EARLY. D urdy's m WE CSS SAVE l?I OFFICE STATIONED Sunnestions VVMch Will 1st Govcn'Tent to Scsure Its Supply. Chairman ranvh of tS wnr lndi tiles board r ! 'y ti ! t ( lln following Kiu-te-.ll t)S to bit hies of I'.ces for savliltf o'lce flii I l"ii"ry. and Muled that ln g. ui'ral ii'l'plloii of these HUK'u''t'iim vmild result li; the saving of u large t 'i.nntfe of b'ch-:riide paper und uld tin ;o erumeni in se curing It rcqulivm.-iits of :in-r mid chemical pulp needed for war pur poses : 1. Write ln,"Ie spnee, eicept be tween paragraph-. i. Write OQ both wUl.i In cue of long le...

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 December 1918

OA III .A RAD, N1W MRXIOO, MKDNKSOAY, HKC. II, IOIH. LOCAL NEWS M. J. Coad, of Lincoln, Nebraa ka, owner or the Coad ranch at Ited Illuff, waa In town yesterday on a business mission. other Christmas Roods. Mis Annl Carter has started on her homeward trip from Cali fornia where aho haa spent moat of the summer. Should ahe oome directly hom-o ahe will arrive Sat urday, hut the probabilities are that ahe will atop over with Mod ena Hates at Albuquerque, a cou ple of day a and that will dlay her arrival until the first of the week. Mr. and Mra. C. M. Wilson were Pecos visitor Wednesday. A weik or mo ago they went over to Carls mad to pack and ship their house hold goods to Alpine, but about the time the parkins was completed, took the flu. They had Intended driving through the country, but on account of the bad roada and weakened condition of Cap, they aold the car at Carlahad and were returning on the train. 1 ccos Tlmea. A. W. Moore biological survey man came In from the north with h...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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