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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 21 September 1917

The Evening Current VOL. I. NO. in, CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY, SEPT. 21, 1917. $.V00 Year. 60c Month, .r. Copy, ASTOUNDING DISCLOSURES OF GERMAN INTRIGUES IN U. S U. S. ENGINEERS IN FRANC RUNNING FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS SPENT AT ONE TIME BY BERNSTORFF THROUGH UNNAMED ORGANIZATION TO INFLUENCE CONGRESS exposure of PACT THAT GER MANVS REPRESENT ATI VK IN U. 8. KNEW HIS GOVERNMENT INTENDED TO PROCLAIM A MERCILESS SCUM ARINE WAR FARE AND TRIED TO PREPARE FOR IT (JIVEN OCT HY SECRE TARY LANSING TODAY. Washington, Sept. 21. Secretary Lansing made public today an as toundinK addition to the search dis- of his government's Intention to pro claim a mi" vi less and .wiespread sub marinr w.rfare und '.hat le was con fidcn' tht United States government CO il not be easily placated by mere p omltes. The belief is that the gon :il agOMtl of the (fovernment I r e o.lectcd and compiled the en I J torjf of (ierman duplicity and I intrigtM in this country and addi ! tional chapters will le added. 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. — 21 September 1917

THK EVENING (TRRENT, FRIDAY. SEPT. tt. ItlT. fteEveningCuirent Wm H. v ii .iTn Editor and Manager Entered as second - clan matter April 16, I 1 7. at the pott office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of M.i- i, II, 1179, Published dally Sundays excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Company. HL'BSCRIITION RATES. One year in udvancc COO Six months in advance 11.00 One month in advance 60 Sample copies 06 M. ml), i of the Associated Press. The Asmo elated Press is exclusively untitled to the use for republication f all ro ws credited to it or not other eiei credited In tin" pape r and also he I. ical ne ah published herein. All rights of republication of special despatches herein are also reserved. KNOWl.ES. All other towns in the West have n Mirations, pic nics, etc., at some, time during the year except Carlabad. These gatherings no! only bring peo ple to the town, but they ore real "gel acquainted" affair and do the town business men immense good during the year following, for, wh...

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. — 21 September 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, FRIDAY. SEPT. 21. 1117. I LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Odell M. Hodges, of Jal, was operated on today at the Anderson anitarium for appendicitii. Mrs Hillman Queen, who wai op erated on yesterday ia doing nicely. Charlea Ward and wife and little aons, are in from the ranch thin week visiting at his mothers, Mrs. W. W. Ward. Mr. and Mrs. ('. S. Smith and fnm lly from the plains, are in town In day shopping unil . tting school sup-plies Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ares came in from the ranch yesterday. Mr. Area says Louie is getting along fine. Mr. Area thinks with the recent good rains they will have fine grass for the cattle this winter. J. Snethcn I'trry, Jr., who was hera with the Current, and later at Lov Inirton, has accepted a place with the 0111 Printing Company, In Waco, Tex as, lie has the good wiah9s of many friends here. Miss Jessie Johnson, court atenog rnpher, ofr District Attorney R. C. Dow, left for Roswell yesterday. IT WILL PAY TO HAVE YOUR Messrs Kenaker, Frank Hall, ...

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. — 21 September 1917

THE EVENING CTRRENT, FRIDAY. SEPT. 21, 117. COOL NIGHTS CALL FOR WARM BLANKETS now DON'T CONCHY! the idea Til a A Til price is so high that you ( ANT FFORD TO HI V. Wt Have a Good OMH Blanket j fQ Hi Have a (iood, ! urge Cotton ) Blanket Zawll Wr II.k. a (iood, Heavy Cotton A f Blanket fSaVV We Have a (iood, Fancy Plaid saj Blanket t.UU We Have a Wool and Cotton Mixed Blanket IJ We Have a Wool Fancy lilankrt qq Wo Have a Wood Fanry Blanket $7.50 -10 vr Have a Hark Wool Blanket (or m 9m W - Haw a Dark Wool Blanket $6.50 12.50 WHY SHOULD YOU SLEEP COLD? Joyce-Pruit Co. WE WANT YOUR TRADE' h Hendricks motored to Rocky yesterday, accompanied by their guest Minn Muyes ami Mrs. Sullic Coleman. Mix Muyes enjoyed the trip and hbw a numlier of nice homes out that way while Mm. folumtin visited at home and naw her children. They found af ter they climbed the hill on the state highway that the rain got lighter un til they were on Rocky where they have hail plenty of ruin. Mix Nellie Smith, of ...

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. — 22 September 1917

TEe Evening Current VOL. 1. NO. US. CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY. 8EIT. 22. 1917. t.pi.U0 Year. 60r. Month, 5r. Copy. TEUTON'S ATTACKING NEW BRITISH LINES EAST OF ypres which GREATLY INCREASES THEIR LOSSES By Associated Press. London, Sept. 22. -Troops of ths Crown MlIM Rupprecht, of Bavaria, continued last night to Inunch heavy counter attacks against the new Brit Ian lines east of Y'pres, on the Bel gian front. Field Marshal llaiir. in his report to the war office, says the Germans used considerable forces in their attacks without gaining any re ault except to heavily increase their losses. GEBM NY WILLING TO ARIHTR ATE ON TERMS FAVORABLE TO EMM HE. ENTENTE'S REPLY TO PEACE NOTE DOM NOT ALTER ATTTTVDI UNIT1D states By Associated Press. Washington, Sept. 22. The replies made by Germany and Austria to the pope's peace proposals contain noth ing that will in any way alter the position of the United States as out lined in President Wilson's reply to the Pope. The first examination o...

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. — 22 September 1917

THE EVENING Cl'RRKNT, S ATI 'R DAY, SEPT. 21, 1117, CteEveningCurrent Wm. H. Mullmr Editor and Manager Entered a second class matter April Hi, Hit", at the poat office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March I, L87B. Published daily Sundays excepted, ly the Car'.abad Printing Company. SUBHI RIITION RATES. One year in advance 5.00 Six months in advance 3.00 One month in advance 60 Sample copiet 05 Member of the Associated Preaa. Tho Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news creditml to it or not other wise credited in this puper und also he local news published herein. All rights ,,f republication of special despatches herein arc also resc rved. 'PRUSSIAN PURPOSES" WH AT THEY ARK AMD WHAT THEY ME AN. The add COM delivered lust night ut the court bouse by lion. John II. At- w I of Kansas City, before the New Mexico State Ha'- association, on "I'russiun Purposes" was one of the most interesting us well us instruc tive tulks heard in Roswe...

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. — 22 September 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, SATURDAY, SEPT. 22. IMT. LOCAL NEWS B. V. Green and Fred Banks, of Roswell, are in town today. In . I Banks, of Roiwell, ii one of the Carlsbad guests today. Arthur Driskill, of Knowles, is here today transacting busineta. Mr. and Mra. Iillard were in Ron well for the paat few daya attending the Bar Association meet T C. Johnson, of Amarillo, Texas, attorney for the Santa Ke railroad, is here today. C. W. Merchant, who has been here a few daya, from Abilene, is n guest of Hotel Bates today. D. N. and Harry Huston are In town ioming yesterday. They are well pleased with the jjoo rains they have iieen having eut that way. Dave Gordon and Newell FJvans, from toward the mountains, came down yesterday with Snooks Gordon in his new car. Dave is a fine speci men of young manhood and is proving himself a very shrewd manager. Ne well is getting to tie a man in size ami we would not have known him if we had not known his name. Floyd M. Pnnkin, one of the Com pany B hoys, ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 22 September 1917

y TWWW-p"- - i-r-r-eyx TTIE EVENING (T'RRENT, BATUKDAT, HEIT 21, 117. MINUTES OF TOWN TK I ST EES. Minutes of u regular meeting of the Trustees 'if 'he Town of Carlsbad, Sept. 1917, at N o'clock p. m. TIlOM prooenl It roll Colli Mayor D. 1 1 Orontbonti Traitoot C c. sikes, Mian Smith, w. A. Pooro, M. R. Snii'h, Town Ticasuror J.(E. l.averty, S. .1 lni tor W. E. Smith, Town Morahol J, II. linker iiinl ROCOfdOl K A. Tnffelmie. M nutes nf IhAhiKt rogvlar Mooting; ct Ungual Oth, i'H7, anil unapproved minutes if meetings held sinee, were rood and woro approvod u road ty Mm t root ooo. Tnasunr's report for the month uf Aumiflt, 1917) OTM read, accepted and ordored tiled. Bllll for the month of August were as follows: Robert Doarborno Hdw, Co bote coupling! I 2-1. 2h Pete S. Huark, labor on well and irrigating . J. E. laiverty, .salary and ' .in mi- "ions i, W. Sutton, August salary I. E. Warren, August salary TIlO Texas Co., gasoline for pump Columbia Carbon anil Kiidion Ro.i carbon paper...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 24 September 1917

The Evening Current VOL. I, NO. 137. CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO. MONDAY. SKIT. 21, 117. $.1.00 Year. 60c. Month. 5c. Copy. 10 BE IN FIGHTING VANGUARD OF U. 8. TROOPS NOW CAMPED NEAR TO FIGHTING LINE IN FRANCE ARE ANXIOCS TO FIGHT. By Associated Press. Somewhere along the British front in France, Sept. 2.1. On the historic field which merges into the fighting lines are now encamped many Ameri can troops who are very fnr removed from the rest of their compatriot nnd who form the vanguard of Uncle Sam's expeditionary force in France For military reasons it is impossible to tell the world just where these men are, who they are or what they are doing to further the interests of the entente allies' cause, hut it may be said on authority to friends at home that they are a credit to the stars and stripes which for the first time fly over the camp of American sol diers in this part of the war-wrecked world. Some have been working con tinually In the zone covered by Ger man guns and nlremly two hav...

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. — 24 September 1917

1 I THE EVENING CURRENT, MONDAY. BEPT. J4. 117. IteEveningCurrent Wm II. Mullam- Editor and Manager Entered us -in! class muttfr April Hi, HI7 at the poit office at Garlitliad, New Mexico, under the Act of March 8, 1870. Published dally Sunday excepted, by the Carlibad Printing ( ompany. AUSTRIA'S REPLY TO PEACE I NOTE. SUBSCKII'TION RATES. One year in advance 5.00 Six month in advance 3.00 One month in advance 60 Sample copiea . 06 Member of the Aaaoriated I'reaa. The Associated Preaa is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of II news creditad to it or not other wise credited in thin puper and also he local news published herein. All right of republication of special despatches herein are also reserved. The physicians of KMdy county elected doctor Lackey and Hlack cen 011 of the press for the Eddy Coun ty Medial Society. How much the two will delete from the newspapers no doubt depend much on future ac tion! of the fraternity, hut, if they " H i tell nli. nit us newspa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 24 September 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, MONDAY. SEPT. 24, U17 LOCAL NEWS Bud Truit. wife and children, alio hit mother, Mrs. M. E. Pniit, were here Saturday They were going by auto from here to Grant coun.y to visit Mrs. Fruit's parents, Mr. and Mm. Motley and may decide to lo cate in that part of the state Thev have been ranching near Ed. James the past season. Leonard Jones, who came down from the New Mexico Military Insti tute quite ill with threatened appen dicitis, is improving. W. I Aashbrook returned Satur day from Dallas and in conversation bout his daughter say the young est daughter is in Honolulu, lliwuiien Islands, where she has accepted n position as teacher. W. E. Rose and wife, of Lovington, 1 were here Saturday shopping and I transacting business. Will Simmons and son, Roy, came in Saturday to transact business and see Katy who is attending school here this winter. Reverend Pratt came home Satur day night, Charles Walker bringing him in the car. Mf. Pratt had plan ned to come on the tr...

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. — 24 September 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. MONDAY, SEPT. 24. 1917. NEW FALL FASHIONS IN WALK-OVER AND SELBY SHOES For Women are Ready SHOWN KOH THE HKST TIME AN ASSEMBLAGE OK THE LATEST AND MOST POP l l.AK IDEAS IN WOMEN'S FALL SHOES. REINFORCEMENTS. HI T LATELY ARRIV ED. MUira THESE DISPLAYS To POINT OK THOROUGH COMPLETENESS. OR EAT ER THAN EVER HEKORE. NEW LASTS, NEW COMBINATIONS ALL Off THEM VERY ATTRACTIVE. The Shoes included in thru? di-plays hardly need praise their good qualities arc ap parent "on Ihr face of it" we've but tu bring them fortJi for your inspection. And when you buy FOOTWEAR AT HORNE'S, you invent your Shoe money very wisely you get the maker')) guarantee and our's you can't make a mistake. Eddie Wesley sends greetings to hi arhoolmatc friend, Zaeh Rose, front iHyas, Canada, where he is visiting an uncle. Hia aunt, Mm. Krank l'ialla, Mat is a sister of Mrs. Wesley, waa here on a visit. Eddie is well pleased with Canada, and soys the harveat is very fine there. SEE OUR tOUTH WINDOW D...

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. — 25 September 1917

The Evening Current VOL. I, NO. 1SS. CARLSBAD, NKW MEXICO, TUESDAY, SEPT. 25, 17. 15.00 Year. 60c. Month. 5c. Copy. EXPLOSION ON OIL TANKKK WAS ACCIDENTAL. FIFTEEN KILLKD. TWENTY IN JURED IN LONDON AIR RAID. By Assoristcd Press. Richmond, California, Sept. 25. The explosion which badly damaged the tanker, J. A. Golfett, ai ihc lay at her pier here, according to J. K. Brooki, superintendent at Richmond for the Standard Oil Company, proba bly waa caused by ignition of gas while the men were cleaning the hold. More than nixty thouiand gallons of oil, which had been pumped aboard, eicapod destruction. "It's one of those thing that happen in the oil busi ness," said Brooks today. "I am as sured that the explosion was an acci dent. It may have occurred when aome one lit a match." By Associated Press. I mi:, Inn, Sept. U, Fifteen persons Wore killed and twenty injured in last nightH air raid over London. The I Zeppelins, which crossed Yorkshire and Lincolnshire coasts, did not pene jtrste ...

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. — 25 September 1917

THE EVENING (TRRKNT. TUEHDAY, SEPT. M. Itl7. IheEveningCurrent ?m II. Mullam Editor and Manager Entcrtu second cU matin April In, I. '17, ; the post office nt Carlsbad, Scv Mexico, under the Act at March . W7. Published dally ItMtdays excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Company, MINUTES OF TOW N TRUSTEES. A litrire part of the highway be tween Amnrilloli Texas, and Clovii, NtW Mexico, is now graded ami many Minutes ot an adjourned meeting: substantial bridges and culverts in- ujf the Trustees of the Town of Cnrls- ttalled. Conitrnctlon ulso eonttnnei bad, August nth, ntiv, at 8 o'clock im the Mia, I New Mexico, from Clovb to Roswe'i The populntl m if northwest Texas and Kastern New Mexico is incroas Inn as there is nn unusual demand foi hovaOf to rent or buy. There also mure sale- of farm land than foi some time. ANNOUNCEMENT. r, m Those present nt roll call l. (i. (irantham, Trustees W. A I'oPore, M. R. Smith, Julian Smith cd on red, white and ('. C. Sikes, Town Attorney li. Jones, ...

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. — 25 September 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. TUESDAY, SEPT. JS. 117. LOCAL NEWS F. G. Keys of Dexter is here week for court this S. K. Feme, f Artesia, is here looking after business interests. Mr?. him. mothor of Mrs, John Ro ton, and Tom Mill, assistant postmas ter, is very ill this week. Sam Lusk mM to RoOWOll Satur day morning and returned Sunday af temoon, going up to look after some business matters. KEBEKA MEET. The RObtJtO lodge met last night for initiation. Two candidates were made wise to the outs and ins of the order The candidates were Messrs. L. E. Hayes, and i. Bert Leek. After the bwbim mooting, loelol hour was enjoyed ami dollcloui Ira ream and Mkt served. Mr. and Mrs Dnn LttCOl, from the Roswell country, came down yester day for n few days visit with Mr. and Mrs. John l.ucns. They have made Carlsliad their headquarters for so many years and have so many friends here in the valley, the Cur rent is pleased to say they are here. H. E. Carson, from Mope, is a John Luk returned yet" r lay from...

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. — 25 September 1917

THE ETBNIXO CURRENT. TUESDAY. SEPT. 25. 117. MINUTES OP TOWN TRUSTEES. Minutes nf a call meeting of the T rustees of the Town of Carlsbad, August 17th, 1917, at 2 o'clock P. M. Those present ut roll call: Mayor D. 0. Grantham, Trust- W. A. Poor Juhan Smith, M. R. Smith, Treasurer .1 K l.averty, Town Attorney ( has. H. iotm, and RatOWNll K. A. Toffel mire. Thi- mat ting wan uaHad for the pur pose f further discussing tlx- pur ihasc of a pump for the town well Thl committee, W. A. I'oorc anil Jul ian Smith, reported that they had de cided upon mid purchased after con- sultlng th- Trusties, a suitable pump and mo-or fur said well. After dis- ueaing the matter it was finally de- i iled not to issue a warrant for the J.'.IPO MlVMMI payment for the motor until a suilaide contract was furnish ed and n satisfactory installation made of the pump and the necessary apparatus Snid contract to be drawn by ('has. Hi Jones, Town Attorney, end to tie subject to his approval. The matter of a culvert...

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. — 26 September 1917

The Evening Current VOL. 1, NO. 1S9. CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY, BUT. 2fi. 1917. 15.00 Year. (k. Month, 5c. Copy. GERMANY AGES 10 CEDE BELGIUM GERMANY WOULD EVACUATE UK! (.11 M l NDEH CERTAIN CONDITIONS, SAYS OFFICIAL By AWOIsittd, Press. London, Sep!. Jti.- (Ifimmy has Tit(l to evacuate Belgium on cer tain conditions it is declared in a German official statement, occording to a dispatch fnim Heine given out by the Wireless Pru., Oermany it is stipulated must have the right to develop her economic enterprise! free ly in Belgium especially in Antwerp. The proposal wan made in n supple mentary note to the Vatican while replying to the peace initiative of the pope. Germany would contribute a hare in comparison to he paid Bel glum for damage, the Belgian to he required to give a guarantee that any uch menace a that which threatened Germany in 1I4 in the future Khali he excluded. offensive PROGRESSING ALTHOUGH THRRR is MUCH FIERCE RESISTANCE. By Associated I'm British Headquarter n ...

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. — 26 September 1917

THK EVENIM.. CURRENT. WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 2. II7. Evening Current ' yard man and court jan itor, July Wm. H. Mullane Editor and Manager Sadie Cheatham, liwllti a Entered an second - ciass matter' B.f r April iti. 1917, al the post office at K supplies Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act Carlabad Argus, supplies for of March t, I'!'. I'utiliahed daily, Superintendents office aumisvs - . pit .1 ' v tnc laristiau Pri n t m ir Company. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year in advance S.00 Six month in advance :i.U0 1 iii" month in advance Sample copici , .00 .05 Member oi the Associated Preee. The Assn iiited Press in exclusively entitled in the one fur republication of all nawi credited to 11 or not other iriae rradHad in this paper and alto he local news published herein. All rights of rapublleation of ipacial deipatches herein are alau reserved. LIST 01 ( I. IMS PAID ( oi T. Th following 11 the list of claims pmd by he Board of County Commie lioneri uf Eddy ( ounty, since July 2nd, 1917, until S...

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. — 26 September 1917

TUB EVENING CURRENT. WRDNESIMT. 8RPT. I. ItlT. 1 LOCAL NEWS Drnnis Duncan ii here today from McMillan dam where he ii station ed a night watchman. !' Welch, wife and daughter, Mint Grace, came up from Ioving yeitei day afternixm and apcnt a few hours here visiting relative!. Mrs. Sam B. Smith returned from Rocky yesterday. She was called there Sunday hv the illness of her son, Will Smith. Will in up and round Miss Amy her tonsils I.auer's oflta ly llurleson, of Qui i n, hud remnverd today at Mr. and ikl is doing nicc- Allien Ares, the young ranchman from the Queen country, came down yestenb.y on some hurried it rami in his car and left home this morning Mr and Mr. Jo L.uak, were in town yeaterday and Mra. nk will lie here a few day the guest of Mra. Joe Johna. Mrs. Will Kenton fame in the first of the week to meet Mr Kenton who MM lieen away on a camping trip and i seeing many miles of country. Mr. I Kenton came in this morninir from the' trip and they are returning to the ranch thi...

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. — 26 September 1917

THE ETBNING CUBBENT. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 2ft, 117 AHI SHAL POTASH DVCMIN ATTRACT OKHCIAL NOTICE. FeOYral (.in.rnm.nl t ' ndrratood to I:. looking to Lower i'ccoa Valley for h S 1 1 1 I of Salt. Washington. Sapt, 84 It is un dcratood Irani that M federal gov rnnwBl li now looking to the vicin ity nt ( arlsba.l, N. M . for a supply of potaah, practically cut .iff from tba I'riilnl States since the l.-if itimnir of the war. Potash, in addition la many other uai . Ii oaai of the ehiaf ingredients of commercial fertilitar, and thr mam deposits fur all the world arc lound in Strassfurt, (Germany. It tun ImiK baan known that graat aa t dapoiita exist in New Mexico, and particularly in the Pecos valley coun try, bill It never him been suspected that they contain.. I potash in paying quantitiaa, Oaa of the baat defined and tblckcii of trM-ne dapoaltc in itaar Carlabad, The Carlabad oil and Gas fonipnnj, o( which W II. Andrews win. picsident, put down a well, seven ID lei southeast of Carlsbad, ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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