ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Evening Current, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 1,653 items from Evening Current, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
1,653 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 13 June 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT VOL. 1. NO. SI. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 13. 1917. $5.00 Year, SOr. Month, r. Copy. Air Raid Made on Farewell Meeting lo East Side of London iirfipimk Comoanv B Last Niaht u..,,, fvnisv 1 J HERMAN FLYIN6 SQUADRON OF FIFTEEN AIRSHIPS VISITS CITY WITH RAIN OF BOMBS Hv Associated Pre. 1 iitiili.it .lorn- I 'I. The Mil end of London was boaahardod by fifteen hoe tilt airplanes which nn immediately pursued. The (iermnna who flow over Essex to London appeared over that i'ity shortly before noon and a great battle in the air took place. The in Madera were attacked ty anti-aircraft guns an well as aviatora. Korty-ninf kilted Mid two hundred injured in the air raid wax the an mum. cue n made today by the Karl of Derby in the House of Iords. FRENCH LINER SUNK 190 LIVES LOST By Associated I'm Pari) June IX- The South Atlantic liner. Sevuana was sunn in the At lantic. The death loss was 190 and among the passengers on loard WM a detachment of Sendalese riflemen....

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 June 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 13. 1917. TREveningCurrent Win. H MuIIsim Editor and Manager VMOHniON it vies. O " year in advance $5.00 9 ( months m advance a month, in advance mplr copies Entered an ffrnnd-clnn matter April 11, 1917, at the post office at Carlsbad, New Mexico under the Aet of March 1879." Published daily. Sundays excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Company. ,'i.OO lid .07, OUR FLAG it ii known that tin- prosecution m the Lyons murder nac la keeping Important wttnaases out "f -utin. re fusing tn bring tlicni forward ai any ot the pra.imkiary hearinga, The Kl raso poilcu have gone on Ihe thoory that u was a v-cngc. ami the irml the iiHmi tanaational nnali of the west murder will lie III the for re cine "f riminal most they could do would he to wait until their live stock died and then send the hides of their stork to the tanner. It teemi a bM strange that ha VI sn many cxhnrntious to the farmer t" he "palmitic"; to do a'l in his power to increase the food produc...

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 June 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13. 1917. LOCAL NEWS Wit"-. Howell is in town from the .ih'Ii on business. RAY'S PHOTO STODIO GUARANTEES SATISFACTORY PHOTO WORK ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR ' SOV. I.INDHK YCOMMENDED Bm Station left with Mi.il Carrier 'l.itt thin morning for Ml ranch near rijole. '"Win Crawford, s-f Malaga, trans ed ausines I Carlsbad yesterday I. A. IVId and sons, of ' 'Inn, Tex i. ara registered at the fa lace hotel It nomlng. Bob Majora, of l"ecos, who ; in iwn yesterday, left on the early ming train for Roawell. K' long, the boot and shoe man, Ml the mall car tht morning for . mgton on mj3i..ef. visit. Mr Everett, the young mnn who vna the little stand north of the v, office, is reported some better C. M. Albriirht. an automobile man returned yesterday from a week's v' from Roswell. is spending a few days 1 lt with their aieter, Mrs. Humphrey in own this week. The Scouts will meet tomorrow ev ening with Mr. lowry, and the mam interest wlil be bringing up the las item c...

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 June 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 117. HOUR SALE U tt 5 P. M. THIIRSDA Y nutiv, lltlX iim: HOUR WF. WILL HAVE ROME EXTRA s' liiM BARGAIN. "RED HOT". NO 'PHONE ORDERH, SO APPROVALS. BUT BE ON HAND Hilt VOI Its U to 5 P. M., Thursday Joyce-Pruit Co. " w k w INT YOUR TRADE" INTERNED FOES ENJOYING LIFE Germans on Ellis Island Hive Everything but Freedom. WELL FED, HOUSED NICELY FIND $4,000 IN "HOME BANK. I Monty In Small Com M-rMn by AgH Womin Manltowtw, w u Hvrr4,no in Dick It, dlRMR, iiuirtrn Rtid imif (tottere, Hut n aiiiiiui f ton i if -nis. uhh f i i i i i t hy a wmium pMBUVmI Hi IrnnlhK lh Immm f i in- Ik in i I im IMngli. Krs) pIkIih rltfbl i ! I- nMiVtil nfl Muillowoi Mimi4 u re round einong nibbleli linipN. '! -I in iniitlrMi's mid cllltw, IMIf ' lll'l-t t Mini lit iiillHttt III' ih rlvnMi ilti Mi nil ihnniifh fh hour The I'lnjfl.' r miiiM hi one lltnn lof h rnrfuiii tltmnyti 'I' ft) I III Ml 't ii Imtih whi ti wiim m hi i lie nHpinMlili fi I kg egWl lllll' iMlVtllfl IPf...

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 June 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT Vttf.. I, NO. 52. ARISBAI), NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY. JUKI It. 1917. f. I'd Year, fiOr Mnlli III ' pt. PERMAN LINE ON BELGIAN FRONT CRUMBLING AWAY T Hard Pressed Troops of Kaiser Abandon Important Positions Rather Than Stand Up in Face of Tremendous Offensive Carried On by Allies Carlsbad Bids Good Bye to Company "B BRITISH TROOPS KEEP CLOSE ON HEELS OF ENEMY AND FORCE FIGHTING CITIZENS AND RELATIVES OF BOYS SEE THEM OFF FOR MOBILIZATION CAMP ( -arlshad people tunuM out Ml masne this morning to see t h- hoys of Co B nfT for Um mobllintlon camp nt Mbutpjerquo and to bid them God -peed, from the tilIM whin the Nrsl notes of the reville fall on the oar at ) A. M., until the departure of the train at 6tM all roads led to the Santa Ke utation. Scarcely a faitvly in town hut wm represented there, while many from the lower valley and other parts of the country were also present. The boys earned them.-elves M soldiers while, of course, tears fell as mothers, wives, sisters 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. — 14 June 1917

TBI EVENING CURRENT. THURSDAY. JUNE 14, I7. T,E vening Current Wm II Mullane Editor Mid Munn-'r KlinsCKIITION KATES. Hm year in advance 16.00 t i mnnthk' in advain-e 3 Oil I it! month, in advance M ..ii .! npiea ,0T I Knlerrd aa nerond-rlata matter Aprl ti. If It, at the iiont office at I 1 H-.jfcd. Nm Mexico under the Aet I of March 3, 187'J " Published daily, uadsyi raeepted. Ly the Carlsbad! I'riaUnir Company. OUR FLAG -r J .si.i- llame Warden Rouault ha nestled number of Kl I'a n men caught fishing without . i him hndhi tbaal be will it' ! ill ti hem i the hiihit of doing - ii thingi a fi.Am,' contrnr) t. he law Kl I'.imo hunter have i n in the habil "f nil, n !' Kame In and uul sea Ml, with and arithoul .i i ... in Ni- MeMm and gol the find sot ! '" under (lame nardcri da1 Baca, nn nuartit .i large number before her s-tartiNi to violate the law and 'oread Nwn lo taki i non resident It IS 4llldlTtlH that. M-w f.ll jilonio Lara w.ni.in(t on cuaJ lands a found atioa for Ihk promot...

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 June 1917

TUB EVENING CURRENT THURSDAY, MM. 14. 117. LOCAL NEWS John Wallis, of Lovtog, :,p flay in town. -pcnclinir ; RAY'S PHOTO STODIO GUARANTEES SATISFACTORY PHOTO WORK " ASK YOUR NRIGHBOR I Mr. Klemmitifr and MiM ilazel ' KlemmifiR spent the niirht in urlibad laat night, corqintr from their home I in Loving t say good bye to UM boys j jf Company H. Mr Klemming' j brother. Vnniio Kamuz, lieing a mem 0t of tti" company. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS PLAIN. EX- Mr. and Mn. D, ,n today from :.'.g. K Harkey arc in their ranch n-ar . ' ant Williams, of Everywhere, L ii airaln in town on one of hit "Miite. Mr Tom Wood left this week for her home in Piauivirw, Teu, her sitcr. Ml Rattle. Smith, ai company ing her. Mm. Oi A. Mgojeaa ll in town from l.nkewnod eojgghjga this- afternoon. The Hilfelnw.s expisd to move hack to M i -h Nannie Irvin Little ll spending fCarlebejd the hrst of .1 uly week on Black river the iruest of liearh. I, T. J. Cooper ha., visiting hi Maggie Parks, of Dallas, Texafl Of Mr. Coop...

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 June 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. THURSDAY, JUNE 14. 1I7. Saturday 0? nan with u for Saturtiiif ontij a Speeiaf .foitstirrf C?orsetier nfto ni fit nnrf demonstrate tf,e flirrits o ftf.e V.SVV orscts Ltier in .nnnt Von aif uour friends are invited to mee yCiss Setiens at oar Weaa'u.fo Wear 3) eparfmenf jouceruit Oo. We W ant Vom ,rtnfe PRESIDENT SPEAKS THEY MAKE PEACE! TOTHOUSANDSTODAY By Asiociated Pmi. Wu.--hington. June It Before rri.it iwHitm HMmUwl for Klii ' Hay lalabraMon, Prwklmt Woodrowi Wilson toiluy declared nt'W mm- and Ifntrpoaej of Ike I'nitrii state In tu toring the world war. Standing in t'tr I Shadow of thr grrnt monument tragi ill In the mrmory of George Wa.hini iton, thr president told thousand that 'nil. United Mate had entered thr mur not alone to keep thr world ( for democracy, hut alo beCBVea f asultl and kRgltMioM of thr imprr j.i 'o-rman government. Civilization Follows In Wal e ol United States Marines. CALMED WEST INDIAN ISLAND Haiti and Sanlo Domingo, Turbulent Naighbo...

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 June 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT VOL. I, NO. 53. t Mtl.SBAD. NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY, JUNK r. IH7. l.'i.OO Vrr. 60c. Month, Ic, Copy. KAISER'S TROS RELEASING GRIP ON SOIL OF BELGIUM -a Unable to Withstand Sustained Pressure of British Hindenburg Line Goes Back in Quick Retreat-Big Guns Removed to Extreme Limit of Range Hundreds of Millions Oversubscribed MJBERTY LOAN BONOS OVER SOLD PROBABLY AS MUCH AS ONE BILLION By Associated Press. WASHINGTON, JUNK 16, Till) LIBERTY LOAN BONDS WERE OVER SUBSCRIBED BY MANY HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS OF DOLLARS WAS THE OFFICIAL STATWMKNT QIV1N OU1 TODA AT ELEVEN A. M. BY THE TRE A SURY DEPARTMENT WHICH WAS ONE HOUR BEFORE THE. BOOKS WERE CLOSED. The total subocriptlon will be t least two and a half billion dollan which is a half billion over the subscription called fur at this tlmo ir an ovor-subeeription of twenty-five per cent. By Associated Press. London, June 18 The Bi III ill truck a severe blow lust mrin i,n the i front near Meeaines, it li officially I I announced ...

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 June 1917

THE EVENING CIRIIKNT. FRIDAY, J I ' N K la, II7. TheE vening Current Wm. il Mull. in. Editor and Manager HUMCEIITION il n:s. hW yisar in advance hJUO Six month. N )! : 1 1 11.00, 1 Ine month in iiilvan." .00 Sample eoBMH 05 Entered in ri.trl , lass matter April 10, 1917, l Hi.- poit offie at ' ml '.ii.i New Mexico ujtdcr I ha Act of Mnirh I, 1179." Puollaheil dally, Sundays excepted i.y ihr inilsimd Printing Company. OUR FLAG put, If tin' pre -en t war duet, nu mot'' thnn heal th Wound nm.lr ny Mn civil rir, il will bt time and IiIikmI rrxsnnably well spent. Th . Npanlah Ann rican irar pa ma near la! 1 ng bygone he bygone, to it ihould Ihr mi may mutter far all to 1 1 k han.i- today iitid n with one accord Iheeding cur natlon'i mil, know np no North, no Smith, imt ii- ona man ally mind tin itiir and trip, ai nri to sink in the vortex in the :ne-cit unprecedented itrvggle, Huffier ii in my no action of mir land will ra pond mora loyally thnn th.. Confed erate veteran and 1' lale stat...

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 June 1917

THE EVENINC. CURRENT, FRIDAY, JI NK 15. 1917. LOCAL NEWS John Bakin ia spending the day. in fium hli raneh RAY'S PHOTO STUDIO OUARAMTRM satisfactory PHOTO WORK " ASK YOUR NEIGIIHOR" Mis. Allen Taylor nnd two little irirls left this innrninir on thf aouth bound train fir South, n Texaa, hat iinr POOelvod ii ti-li'Krm n from ' , i i pie statinir that her mothpr geroualy hi. in i j 20 H I, Neblltl ti Loving today. a bttllnOM visitor I J Mr. and Mi inif, an- in thi1 Everett Mill, city today. ,f I. Mis.. Rofa Breeding and Mlu Ni ll Atkum expect to leave iMHTim fot Rot Will fur a A e k end visit. ('. II. Rush is RON registering his ranch ne.i r Pecoe, TtMl, Mrs. Dean accompanied Captain I I Iran lis fur as RolWtll yesterday re turning OK the :: train last mull'.. oewtary Scot t Rttor returned thli afternoon from Wichita, Kumu, Charley Grammar is in from mountains today after luppliea, thi Professor l.uidlaw is in town fiom I ovine tranaacting bualneaa today. w. s. Carter araa down from Am...

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. — 15 June 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT FRIDAY, JUNE 1ft, 1017. for xJontorrow Saturtau We wit tfffr With U -tV.v.t Stephen, ft Optcttlt Sfossard dorsi-firr, 'to mi trtnonsrafr tie merits ant (ntuintatfvs of xJkc Si(sSS(tr( C?orse v )!r ' w peaM , to Aaite UOU meet ier. (tOHHAHIK tiOHHAKIM tiOSHARD! Illl Musi VKHNAt,l.1 WORN t IMMRT We Want Vou, Jrare COM I out I'M KrTT Hy Mis A .1 MUH) The little comfort pit. k for tul licrs have lunir been KCtil tii Prance y patriotic American women I' imy bt 'if special Interest now for us ii laant how tn make thotc for our wn boyo, There ore "Comfort Packet houil i HMrtera" iii BB Wr i IIIHh itreet, Vtw York City; ft nin whence the 1 bettaanl of paokati received there n'nt in the ilr-i utaamar leavlnu iort; noil (with huifv pnrkinK ra if surgical dressings enl In tnmitlil) rum many s. I), hranchi thmn h- aountry) the yaw for mi i free o Franco, iiml In the front Th morican Ralief ( leaf nil lie ant 1111,1 Naw Yorki laki rhiiri f MM, One ipacial rommittii Mi larlmur...

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. — 16 June 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT VOL. I. NO. 54. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY, JI NK IB, l!M7. SVou Year, mi, . Month, 5c. ey. REVpLUTIONISISIHREATOVERTHRM KING OF SPAIN ' Spirit of Democracy Getting Grip on People Ruled by Spanish King and with Assistance of Army Begin Revolutionary Battle that Promises Liberty British Shells Slowly Pound Germans Back STREN6TH OF TEUTONS GIVES WAY AND VON HINDENBURG PLANS TO RETREAT BELGIUM COMMS SON ARRIVES HERE 16, to Hi I tli. By Aseoelated PrtM. An Atlantic I'ri , June trium's olllciul commission United states arrived In tins country today headed by Huron Monchour, former minlater to the United States, but now chief of the nolitleal bureau of the Belgium foreign office at lliivr'. Hy Aaaeclated Preat, The British troopi MS no striking alonK almost the entile linMli' linr they hold m Northern Prance not with the terrific force which marked the vlctorief of Ami and Meeeinci, hut in a mote or leu tentative man nor, Irving weight to the belief that Kicld Mars...

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. — 16 June 1917

TIIK EVENING CURRENT, SATURDAY, JUNE l. HIT. it; h. 0 l ll 1 1 3 r ft I- M Ml i" a II I T&Evening Current Wm. H. Mullan "Editor anil Manager UMCMntON mates. One year in advance -Von fix months in advance S.00 Otic month in ndvsnee .60 fin m pic copies 05 Entered as xocond-rlm matter April 16, 1917, at the. pott office at Carlsbad, New Mexico under the Act ( March 3, 187U " Published daily, Sundays excepted, )y the Carlsbad Printing Company. OUR FLAG Somehow the pacifists seem to have s ingled out the rich as mainly re sponsible fur the war. ll niBy ba due, Consciously or unconsciously to a re sulting feeling 'if resentment that the pfpponl to confiscate during the war . all incomes beyond a certain figure is ; actively promoted by b-ading pacifists 1 ii proposal ! ! upon ignorance of, or disregard for, the laws of eco- ! nomics, teachings of history, and pnctlcal considerations. If any such' scheme WCPC to be adopted, the consc iences to the country at Isrge would UTAH PUBLIC LA...

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. — 16 June 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. SATURDAY. JI NK IC. 1917. LOCAL NEWS Red Cross Hall Monday night at the Armory. Grand march at 8:30. Harry (iaithc-r, of Monument, ii in town, coming on a business mission and stopping at the Spring- while here. Misses Jacksie and Fannie Floyd, of I'ecos, are in town, guest at the C. M Shannon home. Miss Johnston, the piano teacher, expect to leave next week for East tff points to spend the summer. RAY'S PHOTO STUDIO GUARANTEES .SATISFACTORY PHOTO WORK " ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR" Bill and Leonard Jones are in from Rocky this afternoon, loading the big car with merchandise. Tom Ball and family will be in town this evening from Loving and are invited to supper at Mr. and Mrs. Claude Farris' home. Charity Ball, Monday night at Arm ory at 8:30. Miss Johnston, the piano teacher, expects to leave next week for east ern point., to spend the summer. Word from Johnny Biggins, who is well known here, states that he tins moved to Presrotl, Arizona, that he is improving rapidly in...

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. — 16 June 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, SATURDAY. JUNE ). 117. THE TRAINING OF OFFICERS AT THE PRESIDIO Sen Francisco, J in- I1 'n the MM men wlm, "li May l , began their intensive military I lnli ( the Proaldie roaervation l Hi ihem for cominleaiomi i the near United Statm nrmy, marly H"J already have returned to civilian life with in' Mieurledge tlmt the soMieri life hi n for tlwm. Tlir red nt li wrond ph iifil anamination In tctvinn the "wn Miuml" mi1, one liy one, iheir UH i tilt iiirui I releaar I' f U r. i, enpMBtlvel) small ph i i t the present lim i iiake n mni Inollglhl The if up ' ill' ever by new recruits, for even dred rollc i'iiil. n l i men have I m III I th pi l ' the camp hi end o ii hi 111 nnnhore. Many of tlw depa ;l ' lid wait to be Informed tlmt 'toy mi go. They found ii for ! 'w during the lnt threi m e i lhu( I were Mtnbfe la itand thi main nf in work uid voluntarily reigned. Phi majority of UlMC nun ended Ihelr CMdWetlon nti the ramp ndl ' " ' Mui'h ii- they wanted In rontlnue 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. — 18 June 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT Vol. I. No. M CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY, JUNE 18. II7. 13.00 Year. 6r. Month, Sr. Prominent Americans I British Move Troops Killed in AirshipWreck w mm to Macedonian Front WHILE ATTEMPTING A FLIGHT IN FRANCE PILOT SUDDEN LY LOOSES CONTROL Mil Prance, June In. Benny Woodwnrth, of San Krancisco, chief of the first section American field ser vice, was killed here this morning, anil Lincoln f'hatkoff, of New York City, pilot of the "I-afayrttc Siiiaitrilla," waa dangerously wounded in a spec tactlar airplane accident, according to the Paris HmM. Woodwnrth anil I Chatkoff were on their way from 1 hVaduarters of "S,uadrilla" in ( hum I paime to camp of "The Storks" for a friendly visit. The ill-fateil aeroplane arose ea.-ilv in the eiisp morning air tn hen-lii -,f ftHf r..,. i .... mam . menced a series of evolutions, includ ing a awift dive downward with nose toward earth. Witnesses say that when near the ground the pilot mude a frantir effort tn ritrht the overtur...

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. — 18 June 1917

THE EVENING CTRRENT. MONIIAY, JUNE 18. 1017. 8('RS RUTION RATES. One year in advance r.00 Six months in advance !t.00 One month in advance 60 Sample copiee 06 Entered as second-class matter April 10, 1917, at the poat office at Carlsbad, New Mexico under the Act of March I, 1879." Published daily, Sundays excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Company. "imilONAL SITU A- FALL AMENDMENT TO FOOD BILL CATTLE WILL GRAZE HON OF NEGROES HAS NO CHANCE, STATES TELEGRAM IN YOSFMITE PARK , -----ww sbbvoj w ww w mmm m vw mm m OUR FLAG OPPONENTS CLAIM IT WOULD OPEN 000R TO FLAGRANT LAND FRAUDS OF THE SOUTH Washington. June lh. lnve-tig lion of fifty . ar of educational ef fort iimutiK negroe in the south, re- DC fitly completed Df the federal bu-. i reau of education und made possiule ' (Speciul Correspondence to Morning by the co-operution of the I'helps-: Journal.) BtekM fund of New York, empha-iic ' Santa Ke, June in. That the so more than anything else the need of! called Kull amendment to the f...

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. — 18 June 1917

THE ETBNINC CUMHT. MONDAY, JUNK 18, HIT. LOOM: NEWS Joe Cunningham and family were in town from Lovington Saturday. Major Bujar was relieved front re cruiting duty laat Friday and as signed to active duty. J. A. Seemster, of Arteiia, was in 5 own between train Saturday night on business. Mr. and Mr. McGregor, of Dawson Springs, Keniuclcy, were In town over Sunday leaving for Pecos this morn inf. RAY'S PHOTO STUDIO GUARANTEES SATISFACTORY PHOTO WORK "ASK TOUR NEIGHBOR" We learn that Dolph Lutk ha pur ohssed the ranch of Ralph Windsor including about 200 nead of cattle Mr. Windsor intends going to Qucma- "o, n M., noon, already having the lender changed to thjit point. -LmiI' Mr. M M. Everett, mother of I, I. Everett, who if at the Cottage Sanltorium for treatment, came in Saturday. Mr. Everett'a home it at Obion, Tennessee. It will be pleasing nowa to the sick man'i friendi, to and hit mother will keep house in one of the Dnhman cottages. Mrs. Albert Young, who has been a resident 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. — 18 June 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, MONDAY. Jt nr. m, iwit. Efficient and Rapid Service r YH Wllili want a mill or tfowii clcnnoil mm or pressed in a hurr sonic time. Our modern pquipnwnl ami prompl delivery system i-milile us to hamlle your work in tht shorten! Mimillc lime. TRY OUR DRY GLEANING AND PRESSING SERVICE the work Is excellent ami the chariieia moderate. ONLY STEAM IMH.ss IN THE CITY Nelson Ralph THE GLEANERS Rhone VU.l. W. J. RALPH, Prop. QUEEN GETS REST Elizabeth Broken Down by Desti tution ol Belgians. RECUPERATES IN FLORENCE. rUrtnlintl Mad Never Seen Her B. for, and In Street Her Frail Figure AHrocteri Na Attention-Nona Per mitted la Do Hai Homage aa Queen af Slricken Land Rinu HllialMlk, iMM of the Bal ian, I In riniri i where ahe will smmu1 foil t lvc iimntha In atrlrt In ugiuiii Ktit U Ihfl brat royal vlaltor in the i sine nif terrible conflict irin Tin- large, ilMlniuMMdi en otic pohaiy flint dwell In Elorencn nil tin' year rminil lgnii " rtlappran in inn anil inil. i only a f...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
x
Loading...
x
x