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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 11 August 1917

The Evening Current VOL, i. No. too. CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO. IATURDAY, I .IST II. I'M; H.N Year. Nl, Month, 5c. Copy. MILITARY CRITICS ARE NOW TORNADO KILLS ONE New York Draft WATCHING GERMAN ATTACK ANDTEARS UPTOWN Board Will Be By AMocimted Press. london, Auk. II -Military critics are watching the (iermans attacking Roumanit and thr greater part of Moldavia, the only sect ion of the conn- try remaining In Roumanian hands, which is being attacked from the north-west and south. The Russians and Roumanians, who, until recently, have been conducting victorious of fensive, urc now losing ground at ull points. The enemy's prssugc of Such rUa was reported yesterday and is re gar I as placing in immediate jeop ardy Maria Scsti. a jui'ction railroad, possession of which it considered of immense imnitancc to the Russians end Roumanian. FRENCH TROOPS OUST ENEMY FROM TERRAIN By Aaiociated I'ress. I'aris, Aug. 1 1 Hot h f f Qucnlia the l-'r.-.e n tr-wpa 'ant higtlt made important progress n the r...

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 August 1917

THE ETENING CURRENT. IATUMDAT, AUGUST II. 1917 TREverilngCurrent 9fm. H. MnlUlM Editor and Manager Entered Mcond - cla mattei April 16, 1817, ut the post ohVs ut mi-.ni. Nw Mexico, under the Act of March :t, K7'.t. Published duily Sundays excepted, liy the Carlsbad Printing Company SUBSCRIITION R ATKS. One year in advance ".00 Si months m advance 1,00 One month in advance 60 Sample copies 06 We note by the Albogucrque da pen that our townsman, Major Buiac, li becoming a puiular pulpit orator on patriotic thames, However, he no doubt tiii eraployi u competent divine to do his Maying, it being local his tory as to now be says his prayei. it being laid that at MM time he wax asked liy a lick friend to pray that hia friend miirht lecover and hi Midi "I) nd if I can pray liut by h- I I ran get a man who can." 1 1 then in naid to have given a minister a ten dollar bill and naid: "Now, by h I do a good Jab." It i needleei to any hta friend recovered Gaithor and Barle Halm, from south of Kn...

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 August 1917

THK EVENING CURRENT. SATURDAY, M i.l sr II. 1917. LOCAL NEWS Mia C, A. Bigclow spent the day in POaua cs ic rtl u y. Paul Copeland and Ma father, Frank Copeland, wiie in town yeate.' day touting the country in their I n.. Mr. unil Mrs. J. Di I'on hand, from Hi. i' k mi l , arc in town commit thin noon and doing some shopping and lookiiu- after huaineaa. counteroanea beautifully laundered Un and fifteen centa. ( AKI.SBAIt BTMAM LAUNDRY. Thr Sanitary Wuy. A number of families are going to the Qwan picnic and na m- from here. Ufa reel mm all who atoond will havt- a good tinii'. Mr. and Mrs. Dun I.. Whiti-. of Kt i'aso, und Dun I.. Jr., were touring thp valley in their auto and spent the night at the Bates. Mra. W. I Vermillion and three little dauirhter came down by auto, Wednesday, from Lake Arthur, and pent a few hys with her mother, Mrs. Dan Jones, returning yesterday. Miss Sallie Truitt made the trip with them. Charlie Cochran, u one-tme reai denter of the ljueen country, came in f...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 11 August 1917

HjWB TUB EVENING CURRENT. SATURDAY, Al (,I ST 11. 1917 MOUNTAIN BARBECUE AND PICNIC WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY AUG. 15-16 AT QUEEN THE WHOLE l F.nin COUNTY IS IWITKD TO ATTEND A BIO BARBECUE M PICNH r in U N. THERE N il l. BE RIN6 TOURNAMENT both days and BRONGHO BUST IN6, also 60AT ROPING, PONY RAGES, CALF BRANDING, BURRO R0PIN6 L1BBROL PURSER WILL BE OFFERED THE ALL THE BPORTS. DANCING HOTH DAYS THE MOUNTAIN IS ((MM. AND WORTH visit. COM I and 'I Hi: TIME OV YOUR I. IKK. PLBA8AN1 j WE wn.i. INSURE WINNRRI i H NIGHT. AND WILL YOU bicycle are at ei United States, bi Extra cti from W. J, Bri an, wli of t . i -. Mtra ban to itinion al in the .11 made in .lapnn. book written bjl ha whs latrotary i used liy Ceimanv promote sedition in India. noclalitta m the united state haw laaued proclamation condemning om ,i:n with Qermany - the "mot unjust died in Um history of the whole world." Thi newly elected comrreaaaian of ;the tirst North Dakota district win elected as "the farmer' candidate" on ...

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 August 1917

The Evening Current vol.. i, no. mi. CARLSBAD, NKW MEXICO. MONDAY, AUGUST IS, i i 7. II.N Vvar, Mr, Month, 5c. Copy. GAS MUST BE SAVED 30 PER CENT DRAFTED 10 WIN WAR MEN GO BY SEPT. 5 JOY RIDERS MAY WAKE UP TO FIND THAT UNCLE SAM HAS CONFISCATED GAS SUPPLY. 5 AMERICANS LOST; TORPEOO STRIKES By Aaseclated Pros. Washington, Auirut 13. Warning f tin1 poealbility of drastic Mtlon iiy the fedrrul government tn liop tilt1 excessive use nf automobile fur plea urc durinir the war in order that thr gasoline needs of the United stuti ami the sIBes may ' mot, is given In statement leaned by Director Man nintr of thr hurra .1 Oi mini" in which' he asks the pent inn of automobile ownan In stopping tba practice. STEAMER AFRICA CROWOER GIVES OUT EXACT DATFS WHEN CONSCRIPTS WILL 60 IN ARMY SERVICE. ill Cat AND WHEAT MAY BE CONFISCATED. 00 By Associated Pros. Washington, August HI, The gov trnmonl will take over thli year! entire wheat crop if necessary to con serve the supply for America's light in...

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 August 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. MONDAY. At fil'sT 11 ioi? TheEveningCurrent Wm. H. MallMM Kd:- t and M snag r Entered - second - class matter April 10, I917, ..I thi poll office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March 3, IH79. PublUhed daily Sundays excepted, by the Carlsbad tripling I ompuny Imnrron News .citizen permon piihiiratioti with its lii; mP. The News-Citlsen mm established in 1878, and anu land murk of i oifnx ' """' l-n-'k f support and im r. au- rd coal of production an sail o be me reasons fur tin luspenslon, 'i hi Dim RIPTION l( l i s. One year in advance COO Six month i in a h an I B.OO One month in advance f0 Sample copies os ' i v I ii (. a eat ami touth mi hating ; I rains lately, Draw wax out of its ban.. ,' w-el i nd - "in l the travel to Hope for a day of so. Saturday Pi HI - Mil. diau i; if ,, , ewood wan im passable for care. 'Mi. oil wall .lis trlct received i d rain Bunday f. ternonn. Arte . News, Bhgli Alfalfa A farmei $:; par t. t get it i is ilill sua t ns ...

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 August 1917

THK EVENING CURRENT, MONDAY, AUGUST 13. I1M7. LOCAL NEWS Dive McCollsum, Fred Montgomery uml M..' Middleton MUM in lal night from (Jueen t take out u loud ol uinihci. bread and some pickles for the isrbeeue nt Qmm Wednesday. Mrs. W. W. Snyder, of Lake I, i- liiic intending the normal. Mrs, linrry BWthe, of Lakewood, ii n -in't of th Bntcs hoM ami is attending tin- normal. I B, J. Todd cema down from Roswell thin morning and will pull off a big -bow u' the Crawford Airdome to morrow night, Prof. i R, Olllttt ; will deliver ii lecture during the no v. I Don" forgot thr ir- cream festival by the boys of the Methodist Sunday tshool Thursday evening. I, H. Brll I an I let RlaatlM prom inent railway men of tna en a' Santa Ti ware in to, 11 Saturday, Mr Clara Bil and Miss II.:'1 '.' both of Arttila, aw here attending the lnt' "il wh'le here 'hey will tnske their homo nt the Palace. i . motor party that attended the r Valley Baptist Association in Roswell, going ht week, returned Friday, 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. — 13 August 1917

THE BVEMNU CURRENT, MONDAY. A I) (JUST 13, 1917. FOOT EXPERT TODAY AND TOMORROW i ON THEME TWO DAYI WR HAM. WITH I s Mil. DM, i. y WHO I- 1 1 m r KXPRR1 RRPRR8RNTING DR. SCHOI.LS FOOT IP i i I w i;s. HIS NRRVICRS UK FREE AMI YOI' ARE INVITK.lt TO OCMR IN M CONSUL1 WITH Ml M. MB I n DO YOU HOOD li VOL HAVE Him I TROl III R Mondu ni m I RDA1 ONI Joyce-Pruit Co. "We Want Your Trade." VOL HE CORDIALLY INVITRD TO CALL AND INSPECT OUR NEW SHOWING OF MILLINERY LADIES' RE7DYTOWEAR WE HAVE N I I I! RBEORE SHOWN SUCH DECIDEDLY QOOD LOOMING MBRCHANDIHI KOH THE MONEY. II l I'll sl Hi l oll I H TO snow THEM. II si KIM i HRXI i . HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS MI'BT'IAI. ATTENTION OIVEN TO MAIL iND PHONE ORORRB, MEN'S EXTRA SPECIAL III). itl DMlloN ON M l. MEN'8 LOW SHOES. Peoples Mercantile GOMPANY END ok PINORR shot. Annie Lit llutt". the second daugh ter of Mr. anil Mrs Hutto. , a me very I near getting n had wound yesterday while her mother m a; the Wheeler homo whore the little baby bey was dead. Mr....

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 August 1917

The Evening Current vol i. no. in. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO. Tl EMDAY, H.ls 11, II7. 18,00, Year, . Month, it. Copy. PEACE MOVE iSSTARTED BYPOPE TROOPS FROM 26 Holy See Sends Proposals to All Belligerents and Netruals In Big World Effort to End War. AMERICAN HARVES I HANDS WILL WORK CANADIAN FIELDS iiy Associated Press. Washington, August 14. American labor will in- supplied fur harvesting I the Canadian groin crop under m rongements reached between W. W lory, the Canadian Deputy Comni looter i til.- Interior mi l tin depn nn m of lsbui official. American . real handi an to be permitted for t . first time to enter tl- country .1- thi Canada Immigration regulations nre to tii- waived by both countries. Thou sands of Americana ne expected to go across tn- border to help mva tin' Canadian crop. CHINA AT WAR WITH GERMANY By Aaeoalated Praaa. London, August 14. Reuter'a New Telegraph has i n officially Inform il that China has declared war upon Qonaany ami Austria, the declaration dating fro...

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 August 1917

TREveningCurrent Vm. II. Mullsne Editor and Manager Entered as second - clang matter April 16, l:17, at Um post office at ' - Mew Mexico, under the Act of March 8, IH7'.. Published daily Sunduy excepted, bjf the Carlsbad Printing Company. THE EVENING CURRKN1 MUM not have hud a reul, true repre sentative on the board of the Wicli.ta nnnr., ioi i; mis necn t ie genera v NEW '.MEXICO'S FAMOUS SI'RINt; in our own State realltS 11, ii l . ,. I.. Wilson and Congreu Mnt for the here at Hot Springs. Sierra count v , l-.i.i- huh" er" or for entry. Hut the ,.r ti... i i t ., , . I ... vii. mini in m Im. nnl prut ft, Five general nierchundise stores are oninir a good liusinesH here. One of conducted hy 0, If. Hcmis, BoaWtll. On mum street ma may see. on a iell.led-iliish front of II I . . r ....1.1. I I- ... I'uiiuioK. nousing an auto enm- late of HUDSCRIITION RATES. One year in advance Ii.00 Six months in advance .'100 One month in advance 60 Sample copiee .06 The Current pays each day an av ...

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 August 1917

THK EVENING CURRENT. TUESDAY. AUGUST 14, HIT. I inr.Ai m I j LUUflL ML.MU Menrt. Pilgrim and CUrk are plan ning to go to Queen this evening to bo IMN tn n joy the celebration. v Charles A. May was in llagcrman iiuuuy on iiusineas connecieu wun inc N. B. Butcher and daughter, Miss pumping plant, returning this after Ovo, came in yesterday. Mi- Butcher '. "oon. will lie the guest of Nettie Mae Kin- lei for the week. John Wells, U)o well known here to amy who ami where he ia from, and .1. B. Stetson who haa been in town ljust aa well liked aa he ia known, ia two weeka quite ill, left yeaterday af ternoon for homer not well hut de cidedly better. Gut Dean, who ha been in Uvalde, Tenia, viaiting hia parenta, returned the Aral of the week especially to en Joy the festivities at Queen. coming in today. Keturn poatage paid on all parcel poat packages amounting t $1 00 anal upwards, CARLSBAD ST MAM LAUNDRY. The Sanitary Way. 100 GOODYEAR AND FIRESTONE TIRES 3 ia! TO .11 t I vr WEAVER'S GARAG...

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 August 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. TUESDAY. AUGUBT 14. 1917. CA EVES CAUGHT THREE MEXICANS IN JAIL FOR STEALING L PIPKIN'S CALF, i. i i rnuuht -i Mexican atoal.ng und klllinu an unbranded calf "aim ,1 by him and mafltRgd to In mi threi of tin Meal iinx in jRil t! worn Mr Pipkin, who ha- ranch about twelve mile, down tha Peco n "it'1 real nldk i ii 'm iiim lini mi odd nil on - oimIIj and determined t watch r the thlevea, Tiv morning noticing frnh wagon track mill also thr trnikx of n hump near h oM iif Ml i VII bawling apparently havinii loat her calf) in- followed the tracki and dla cci crcd Jeaui Lope ami imnl other. A n ii- ! came In ilfftH irned and want to w oi i had Mr-, Galton hi r if Hewitt, whn wen' al once iin I found the carCUaa calf hunginK in the Mexican' iir in mgnt 'hi- hunch tu town mi' confeaoed and nplicatod tin .i pn i hoap t t h of lh"in h W. Gall ii phi for dwn at oi of 0 I inn. and then I lin e were placed m jail lo a rail n hearing which will occur ahortly Mr. Hewitt brought...

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 August 1917

The Evening Current VOL. I. NO. 1(13. CARLSBAD, NKW MF.XICO, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST II, 111?. M.M YmT, 60c. Month. Sr. Copy. Allied Nations Likely to Reject Peace Proposals, Is Opinion It Is Generally Recognized that Answer Will Be Given, but High Officials Reserve Opinion FEDERAL CORPORA TION TO CONTRO E GRAIN SUPPLY Hy Associated Press. Winning! cm, August 16.- - With till upprnval of President Wilson, tin food administration committee ha announced the formation of 11 corpora, tion tn take over the control of the country's grain supply. The follow ing lire the executive officers named by Herbert ". Hoover, chairman: Jul ius Darnea, Duluth. Minn., president; dates Y. McOarath, New York. treas urer; F. m. Crowell, Kanaaa City, vice president; Kdwnrd Chambers, Chicago, transportation director; Cur tis H. I.indley. San Francisco, counsel; J. W. Shorthill. York, Nebraska. secretary. By Associated Presa. Home, Auifi.ht ft. Tho Tribune txprerse th opiniu I'int the peace proposals t.y :hi Pop ...

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 August 1917

THE ETENING CURRENT WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 15. 1917. Ik-IT traninfrPflPfont tnd gotten in first class condition for ADMWI1III2 VsUI I Clll sowing. The seed lied must bo dMp I Wm. H. Mullanc Editor and Manager iS'tEfi!. ZT&J""" V to give the wheat a good start. Entered ii second clan matter Th character of the seed is impnr- April 16, 1 1 1 7, at the post office at tant. I. ike begets like even in wheat. Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act Bow thirty pounds of clean plump I of March .'1, 1879. Published daily seed to the acre, carefully treated for' .Sunday excepted, by the Carlabad smut, wrth a press drill at least 2 1-2 , incnes deep; pnxiiuy .! inrnes is hetter Turkey Had and Kbarkof are stan Printing Company. SUBSCRIPTION KATES. Obe year in advance 5.00 Sis months in advance 3.00 One month in advance 60 Sample copiea .05 BOUNDARY DUPUTI FUR NISHES EXCUSE FOR GRAFT M dard varieties of bard wheat adapt'id to the valley. The wheat produces winter pasture. The man that wants a full gr...

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 August 1917

THK BVBNINO CURRENT. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST IS. lI7. i I luuml ntno li W. K. and W. H. Uckey shipped ' v car of hones this morning to Crow ley, I.i. E. M. Kearney is on the itreet a gain today looking pretty wall after fin recent Illness. Mm. F. M. Hatflald't cooking claai meets tomorrow, Thursday morning, and in the afternoon the sewing class i wilr meet. Mm. Hatfield hat been very faithful in her inatructiom to the , frlrla, meeting with them every week i during the entira summer. At the close of the institute a sale of cooked Ifood will he held at the high school and Ian exhibit of needlework will he given at the same time and place. ! The family of K. F Little will move to town from their home south, the first of the week. Frank Moore, wife and baby, and Miss Edith Lee Rule, will leave in their car the first of next week for 100 GOODYEAR AND FIRESTONE TIRES SO x J TO 34 x 4 AT WEAVER'S GARAGE Don't forget we know how and have the farilitieii to weld your broken castings, having recen...

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 August 1917

TBI EVENING CURHRNT, WKDNK8DAT. AUGUST 15, 1917. DETESTS SLACKER "Enlist or Be Shot," Sayi Moun taineer Father. RAVES SON FROM PRISON. "If I Had Thousand tana I'd Put vary On. of Tham In tha Army," aya John Calhoun Allan Whan Hla ay la About la Ba Sentenced. New York. -With the declaration, "If I had n Ihniiaaud aona I'd pat erery at of thru. In t lie rrmy." John al houu Allen, a big Kentucky mmm talneer. Interrupted in . c.-.inge Id Judge Mayer a part of tba Pnlted Btatea dlatrl. t rourt aa hla aon, twen tj four eara old. who Lear a hta Damf. waa about to I eentem-ed to prlaon a a reglatrailon alackrr. h 'uiphaili- a plea did tha fatb.tr make tbat the youth waa Immediately rdcaacd in hN ntod upon hla pledge tbat ha win regiater forthwith. "If ha don't regiater I'll Juat Uka him right out Into tha public aquara an' aboot blm an' make a holiday of It." tha parent explained Thata how we do In Clay county." It waa a drnmatlc acene to whb tin courtroom nan treated when father and aon at...

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 August 1917

The Evening Current VOL. I, no. IM, CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO. Till RSDAY. AKil'ST 16. 1917. $.1.00 Year. 60r. Month, 5c. Copy. CANADIANS' MIGHTY SMASH CAPTURES HILL 70. NEAR LENS ALLIED TROOPS ROUTE GERMANS FROM FAMOUS POSITION OF INTENSE IMPORTANCE WHICH IS KEY TO RICH COAL FIELDS hi iWANNn f ll.lilUnMU MUUMU ED ON WESTERN I FRONT IS REPOR Special tn the Current l London, Aug. lit According to 'he .Daily News, MMM wounded American i soldiers from the western fron have just arrived at Mir hospital at Hath. PEACE NOTE DOES NOT SUIT ALLIES By Aaaociaed Preaa. Washington, August IB.--The r ceipt of news in cable f rum lxmdoii regarding the Pope's note havr icrvnl to strengthen the opinion that then ia no likelihood of the. proposals ootay accepted in their present form. Th foundation itOttai of thr proposals nn reduction of armament, freedom of the sens and settlement of all inter national disputes ly urliitration an I that there shall le no retaliatorv struggle for economic world supremii...

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 August 1917

THE EVENING CURREN1 TRUMOAY, AUGUST 1". 19f7. IteEveningCurrent m n. Mullanr Editor and Manager 1 Entered an second - class matter April IS, 1117, at the post office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act f March I, 1H79. Published daily i Sandays excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Company SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year in advance .. 6.00 Six months in advance ... 3.00 One month in advance SO Sample copies .06 Many towns jf h- pretensions ' than Carlsbad havti during fie past few muni In, become hesdqusrtes for officers' training c.imps, aviation schools, soldiers' training school, etc. Then some Uiwns an- made headquar iers for farm loan bunks and many other necessities of the government :ind Which help the towns they are located in. It would seem that Carls bad miirhl "get in" on some of these good things if a little "managing" was done by the Commercial Club or any bunch of citizens property organized. Up Goes the Price of Lauudry Work or Down With the Cost of Production TO TAKE IP...

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 August 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. THURSDAY, AUGUST 16. 117. LOCAL NEWS Joe Cunningham and family are in town today. R. 1). Bruce, wife and tonare up from Loving, today. Rom Holt and family returned from their trip to Santa Ke getting in yes terday . Your laundry it safe with ua, be aidta the work it Ant elan. CARLSBAD ST RAM LAUNDRY. The Sanitary Way. MORE RAIN Rain commenced to fall at 2 a. m. todny and according to the rain gauge; at the reclamation office in CarTtbod, I seven-tenths of an inch, the heaviest this teaton by a Unit .1ft. No rain 'miles, and dust at living, south, and at Avalon, tix milet north, only a 'sprinkle fell. Lnkewmd and Dayton (ltd had good rains, but the rain wat very light on Rocky. The weather at present is cloudy, with indications of more rain, as the moon changes to morrow at 11.21 in . ona of the wet changes, and it will be a new moon. 'We may look for more damp weather. WO GOODYEAR AND FIRESTONE TiRES 30 i 3 TO 34 a 4 AT WEAVER'S GARAGE Don't forget we know how a...

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 August 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1 1917. ALL CARLSBAD IN HANDS OF ELKS i SPECIAL TRAIN FROM ROSWELL ARRIVES AND 6REAT THIN6S BE6IN TO HAPPEN. The K.Iks iut htN Hi 1L';:S0 und the bands under the genial ( apt. Jntk Fletcher whs the admired of all ad mirers. There are Klka from all over the United Slat. , even MM from No. 1, New York. A full list of all will ap pear tomorrow. The whole bunch was loaded into auto andtakl ntnthegrovesouth auton an. I taken to the (rrove south of town where they, with the Carlsbad trayt, pu in the afternoon in the mom enjoyable mantu'r imaginable. A long table containing all the deli cacien ever known to the average Klk was loaded to the guards Plenty of (food coffee MM constantly on tap and a keif of the real old kind of lager beer that the prohibition people no much enjoy for no one was ever known to refuse a glass of the real, foaming, mild, sweet lager beer. There were many pronounced tem perance people in the bunch, but all agreed that thin wax...

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