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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 27 September 1917

VOL. 1. NO. 140. The Evening Current CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY, SKIT. 27. 1917 S5.no Year. 60c. Monih. if. t'mpf. BRITISH HAVE STRONG HOLD UPON ALL POSITIONS TAKEN IN LATEST OFFENSIVE HKITISH HOI.I) NEW LINES OIVimiVE Sl'CCESSFU Rj A Press. British Front In France Mid Btl fium, Sept. 27 -The British are main taining their new HlM stronirly. The msin battle was in the IMlflMoriMMd of OMMffOn HOVM south Of the eas lorn extremity of PolygonWood when? the Australian art' pressing the (ier mans hard. The situation as a whole, in unchanged. North of Zonnebeke heavy fighting continues in the region of the elevation which dominate a considerable extent of territory. From the British standpoint the sit uation resulting from the offensive is exceedingly ratisfaetory. STHIKINC MW HANK S IN NORFOLK NAVY YARDS RETURN TO WORK TODAY. 8y Assoc. ated Press Norfolk, Va., Sept. 27. -Striking mechanics at the Norfolk navy yard numbering thirty-seven hundred, re turned to work under the agreement 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. — 27 September 1917

f THK KVKNIMi CIRRKM. THURSDAY, SEPT. 27. IMl foEveningCurrent Win II. Mullane Editor ami Manager Entered us second cla . matter April HI, 1 It 1 7 , tit the poit office at Carl shad. New Mexico, under the Act of Manh 8, l79. Published daily Sunday excepted, ley the Carlsbad Printing Company. lUHCimiOM RATES. One year in advance fi.OO Six mnn'hs in advance 11.00 One month m advance .60 Sample eopiea 05 Member of the Associated I'resM. The Associated Press is exclusively entitled tn the um for republication of all newi credited tn it nr net Other wise credited in Will paper anil alto he local newi published herein. All right- of republication of ipecial doepatctics herein are alio reserved, EXTRACT, J F. Forehand and wife are in town today trailing anil visiting. Mrs. Forehand's mother, Mm. I.. J. Beech, in spending a few weeks with her. PAINT SHOP OPENS. Marita, the painter, has, rented the build inn near the depot known an the C rot Iff building, and is going to open Up a paint aho...

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. — 27 September 1917

THE EVRNINU CURRENT. THIIRMDAT. SM'I 27, 1917 t LOCAL NEWS i A. M. Thomas, from the Artesian belt, ii n guest of the Bates, coming yesterday. Mrs. I,. 0, Hadley, of Artesia, here today transacting lusiness. C, R. Brice came down from Ros well yesterday nnd will be here a few days with business liefore tj)e court. Mrs. Tom lliggins has been indis posed nil week nnd is reported very ill this forenoon. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Ci. Howtll, from the Ti X. ranch are in town thi tttl of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Hewitt for the next few dnys. For the week's interest with the Scout there will lie a "Feed" Satur day evening at five o'clock on the lawn of the rcsbyterian ihurrh. Mrs. Will Kenton came in the first of the week to meet Mr. Kenton who has heen awuy on a campinir trip and seeing many miles of country. Mr. Fenton came in this mnrnlg from the trip and they are returning to the ranch this afternoon. IT WILL PAY TO I1AVK YOUR Ford Cylin ers Rebored WK DO THE OUR WORK AND TIRE STOCK or AKANTKF. SATISFAC...

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. — 27 September 1917

m EVBNIHC, CimiMIT, THUMDAT, 0 sr. ni7. r Gossard Corsets I. ACE IN FRONT ARK MY PAR THE MODERN CORSET OF TODAY THEY HAVE EVERY ADVANTAGE OK THE OLD STYLE BACK LACED CORSET AND COST NO MOKE Te enrry a large Variety of Models and Sizes and are prepared to take care o your needs. $2.50 on up to $10.00. WHY USE ANY OTHER Joyce-PruitCo. "WE WANT YOUR TRADE' ART FOR St MOO 1. 5 An Exhibition of IVior Shortly Is Be Held ib the Carlsbad High School for the Purpose of Kaiaing Fund for the Purchase of Picture For thr Walk of the School Rooms. J Wll.l. ;o TO HAY LOR UNI VERSITY THIS WINTER. Mim Nettie Tulk n urpriiing her friend iijr leaving tonight fur Waeu, Ttgs, where ihn will enter the Bay lor Uoifenaty She ia going to pee mlize ia mu.ic and take a buaineaa cuume. She haa many friends here who wish her a pleaaant and success ful sUg. Mm. Merchant has received good tiding of Miss Kulalia Merchant and her cousin, Lawrence, who arrived at their destinations safely and Miss Rulalia has entere...

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. — 28 September 1917

t 1 TEe Evening Current OK 1, NO. 141. CARLSBAD. NEW MBKICO. FRIDAY, SEPT. 28. 117. M.00 Year. 0r. Month, it. t spy. 150 INDICTMENTS AGIST I. W. WS. ROW IN HOUSE OVER HEFLIN S CHARGES CAUSES HEFLIN AND NORTON TO FIGHT TROPICAL III HUH W NOW GOING INLAND IN NORTH -KKNI.V DtRKTtON FROM OULff ok Hit ICO. NDICTMENTS RETURNED BY FEDERAL GRAND JURY IN CHICAGO AO AINST ONE HUN DRED AND FIFTY I. W. WS. Try Asseisted Pres. WMMMMi Sept. 28.- More than M hundred and fifty indictment have been found" I. v the Federal grenl Jury CVcsiro which ! investlgat ng I. W. W. activities and were baa ed oa evidence secured in the recent federal raid of I. W. W. headquar bn tkmfioiit the country. The ndictneaU, which actually may ex seed tfci umber, have been drawn and voted upon and It in understood all that remain i to report their the court which may be done at any time. The evidence upon which the frond Jury acted in aald to ihow con spiracies and plot to hamper the Rovenaaeat in ita war activities and...

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. — 28 September 1917

THK EVENING ( I RRENT, FRIDAY. SKIT M, 117. fC-Tt r aril nerC iiv trt loeowotlrn, not engaged in ihtbveningVjiirrem h(,vy ,,. fr u. :hPrwher(.s Km. H. Mullane Editor and Manager In other words, this change in train L- r , , service in I hp Pecos Valley ik din- to Entered a second - claia matter . , . , April 16, 1917, at the poit office at ln' nf "f plaehif engines where Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act thry arc urgently needd to move gov- of March 8, 1H70. Published daily crnment btfjlnm, A. M. HOVE Sundays excepted, by the Carlabad Printing ( onipany. UMCMniOM KATES. OM year in advance . 5.00 Six month in advance .'1.00 One month in advance BO .Sample copiea 05 Member of thr AsHorialrd Promt. TEMPERANCE CANTATA. Thr Associated Proas li exclusively friegds, WILL CRAIG'S SISTEH. The following in a notice of the death of our fcllnwtnw nsmsn's sinter, Mr. Will Craig, cashier of the State Hank, who wax called to Kansas City thr lilst of the week by u message annniin nig her ileuth. ...

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. — 28 September 1917

0 THK KVRNINU CURRKNT. FRIDAY. SKIT. 2ft. 117. LOCAL NEWS J. K. Miller, claim agent for the Santa Fe, is here adjusting matlrrs for that cnmpany thin week. The Home and School Association meetinir whirh wan net for the sixth of October, ha been postponed until the twelfth of October. Hilly Hegler, the hustling ranch man from the Point, appeared In town bright and early today. Some pari of his shearing machine was out of (rear and he came to tret it Axed CILBMMTM foi rth birthday Little Miss Jayne Campticll, the four-year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Campbell, celebrated her fourth birthday ThursUy afternoon at her home. Six or eight girls and boys each were present to help make thing lively and enjoy the hi birth day cake with the four candles. They played (fames nn the lawn and were served with ice cream and cake. The little lady received many nic gifts and all expressed themselves M hav inir had ii dcliirhtful afternoon IT WILL PAY TO HAVK YOUR i Ford Cylin ers Rebored WK DO T...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 28 September 1917

111 KTRNINU CtTHBMT, FRIDAY. SEPT. M, HIT. KNOWLES. W. 0, Woerner went to Carlsbad hi hi car laat Monday, attending to important businees and itated he ex pected to remain for several day. ('. M Breckon, who ha been on Todd Nathn and sister, relative of the olln Harden family, left for Cali fornia, the ether day. Thry intend to remain crmanently ome of thr the sirk 1 t and quite feeble for some family having moved there aeveral Waafca, went to Mineral Wells, Tex wecks ago ami purchased some prop- as, in his car the other day, his son, vrty. .Claud, accompanying him and driving The In hours rain which fell in the car. He expects to remain until this vicinity last Friday put the first he improves. good season in the ground for a whole Our old friend, Lawrence ('lardy, year and pul the gras"T moving a-iwaa on the mail line for several days bout. during the past week. Iawrenre has John (irsnt returned from Midland, many friend on the plain . who are Tex, in his new Studehakpr truck alwa...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 29 September 1917

s I The Evening Current OI.. I. NO. 142. CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, SKIT. 2. 1917. MJ Year, li(jc. Monlh. 5r. ( opy. OPMFNTS CARLSBAD ENTERS NEW ERA OF INDUSTRIAL TROUBLE IN ACTIVITY. RECENT DEVE CLUDE MODERN LIGHT AND COLD STORAGE AND LAUNDRY IN- JOURNMENT E PWJSTRA POWER, ICE, PLANTS. Within Dm pant few weeks, the cili xen of Carlsbad have become appris ed of the fact that important develop ment in the industrial life of the community are now taking place. When the Tamiill dam wan damaged lust year liy flood, many people imag- SKNATOK I.A KOU.ETTE IS REQUESTED TO ME EXPEL- I I li I HUM 'I'M l ; Ky Associated Pre. Washington, Sept. i$ cation from the govern NORTON AND 1 D BY AD" ,D. LIN MA WOMAN SHOOTS SLEEPING. IICSRANI) AFTER ENISLING AT HEDSIDE AND OFFER ING. I'RAYEH FOR HIS sol I. Imi that thi dam rnuld never again u "ml ln" publl te utilized for any UKeful purpose. For a time it appeared that the town would not only lone the benefits of the water power derived from the da...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 29 September 1917

THK KVENING 1 TRUEST. IATUMDAY, SKPT. 2!t. 1917. IheEveningCurrent Wm. H. Mullane Kditor and Mannirer Est red a second - clans matter April !;. IBI7, ut the pott office at Oarlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March :i, l7i. 1'ublishetl daily Sundays excepted, jy the Carlsbad Printing Company. St HSCRIITION RATK8. One year in advance 5.00 Six month in advance :i 00 One month in advance . .60 Simple copies 05 Mrmher of Ihr Amxn latcri I'ress. The Associated Proas li exclusively ntitled to the ue for republication of hi ne credited to ii or not other wise credited In this paper end tls he local news published herein, Ml rights of republication of special 'espatencs herein are also reserved. The ursi page article of the Cur rent describes the work now baiflg prosecuted by Mr, It. w. Tanslll and If the activities of the past eiht months are any criterion be which t" judge the future li Is morally certain that a great spurt in industrial activ ity i on the tapis. The newspapei business ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 29 September 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, SATI'ROA Y, SKIT . 117 LOCAL NEWS Rev. S. W. I'ratt. who is at thr Eddy County Hospital, i recovering nicely from the operation and is feel inic tine today. A Mi HKSIDKNCK CH ' HANDS. W. (i. Woerner, who owned one of the beit residence in town. having built it some time afro of atone, Hold while he was here thin week to B. B. Polk for l.'I.OOO. Mr. folk md a . amiiy reside in Queen and will eithn X O PQ KIT I'F III Il'lll ,(. C. H. Mel.cnathcn is leaving for A I ' 1 1 1 1 i . 1 1 1 1 for a few days visit with his son, Tom McLcnathen, who is one of Company II boys. Mrs. .foe W Iker MIM this after noon from Hot Springs. She has been away for a few months and is looking fine. Mr. Walker hn , lieen here .rath erinfr same horses he hjs on the range west of town. Mrs. Muck FJetcher left f r her1 I line in Artesin this morninic, taking Iher mother, Mrs J. J. Kascoe, with l.er, where they hope the change will frently lienellt her. IT WILL PAY TO HATE YOl'R CylinesReboed...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 29 September 1917

TUB RVRNINC. CI'HF.NT, SVH RDAV, 8EPT. 2. HIT. FIFTH JUDICIA RICT OUR 0S-FOR E DDY COUNTY The Dletrict Court engaged yesterday mi the mm f the .state vs. Caleb Th lor. colored, m ho wan coir it'i ly a jury of flourishing a re volvei and threatening to kill. Th altercation rame up at tile Blut Doom Mloon lit Sun JoM Ml vein, mill tlx' negro claims a number uf while mon J rn I mi him an-! thu he pulled a ?nn away f MO of thrin and llOOd M athori "H uiiiii he could gel .iv The proaecutlng attorney was HID hi ted by Carl Livingaton, The jury brough1 In a verdict of joiilly. Th pom uf the state against Bcrlb- lior for shooting With attjpt ti kill will bt tried iii noon U a jury can ti i "ii large number wow ox n tn it) 'Ii . ton noon hut an thr Current root to press the jury has not t i irod. This is the case of Whl ii an iCI Hint was given wherein S i bnor was said to have idiot Mac Fletcher several tunes with a M win Chester. Thf MM ; attrao'ing much InlMMt C. R. Brici- has been re tai...

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. — 1 October 1917

The Evening Current VOL. I. NO. U.I.. MM .SUM). NKW MEXICO, MONDAY. OCT. 1. 1I7 15.60 Year, fiOc. Month, It, Copy. FIVE A R RAIDS IN LONDONIN 7 DAYS FIFTH aid RAID within HF.VF.N DAYS ON KNOI.AND ACCOMPLISHED LITTLE. v r LI s r THREE BILLION DOLL Mis MI ST BE RAISED BY CAMPAIGN OFFICI M.S A NTH IPA1 1 riVK BILLIONS. Nino persons wore killed mid forty two injured in last niirht's n.r mid, it officially announced. By Associated Prooa, London, Oct. I, An air raid took plnet on England Inst Sunday night, which is the fit fh raid of thi Kind within leven lir undertaken by tin Germani bul as Car ai available de tail show, they accompllihed nothing important. The claim 'bat nun ":iir barrniri " acts as a powerful deter rent to the ralden leerni to have been justified further. In the lad I el tnck on Nleupori uml Yprei almoal nothinir is yet known oncoming dam Lire and casualties caused by the ra ! eri. Several bombs wen- dropped in Kssex and Kent without caiuaKie' The Itritinh naval aeropl...

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. — 1 October 1917

THK KVENINT. CURRENT, MONDAY. WT. 1. Itt7 fcEveningCurrent Wm. H. Mullane Kditor and Manairi r Kntered an seeond - class mattrr April 16, 1917, at the poll office nt CarUlmil, New Mexico, under the Art of March H, !At7'.l. I'uhlished dhUy Sunday exrept ed . ly the Carlsbad PnntiiiK Company. SUBSCRIPTION RATH. OlM year in advance . .".00 111 month in advance Oi) Ona month in advanrc .f0 Sample ropica OG Member of the Worm I id PftM, The Aaaoelatad Pnu Ii axctnahrtly ntitled to the use for republication of ill news creditwd to n or not other Mitt iieditc) In this paper and alio he local news published herein Ml rights of republication of special laapatoBM heroin are alio ri aervod, LONDON RKPORTS MMILLKin CTIK IN NIRUPORT sK TOR. Hy A son latad Press. London, Oct. I. "The enemy's a Hilary lui- shown pronounced activity in the nik'ht time in the Nlotiport aer tor rind east ami north of Vpres," nays an official report, "otherwise l here la nothing to report.' PRCOS VALLIY IS RAISING met...

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. — 1 October 1917

TIU KVKNJNU CURKRMT. MONDAY. (XT 1. I7 LOCAL NEWS Edwin Stephenson wax a passenger tci Roswell, (fointr Saturday night and returning ycsterdnv. R Hendricks and wife, who MH last week in Roswell, returned yes terday. Mrs. Hendricks wan there for treatment and ll nnt feeling so well today. Miss Deiia (iiit ipnt .Saturday ni(fht and Sunday in Artetla.tho ifueat of lit, Sail . I.. Robert. While there she saw a number of (rirl friends, attended a dance Saturday eveninir Miiiiei One Jones, Anita Jordan and her truest, Miaa Helen Keller, o' Oklahoma City, returned yesterday afternoon from a delightful trip to Koswell where they wen iruesls of TDK I' K. 0. TKA. and came home well pleased with her girl friends and attended the openini; visit. Miss Lueilt McKneely left Saturday night for AlbnqutfQtM to attend the teacher's meeting there this week. Miss Lucilo has lieen teaching the overflow of ItV lent fur the Crammnr school and has a sulistitute this week. Reverend Frank l.anehart and wife, ...

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. — 1 October 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, MONDAY. OCT. I. H17. FIFTH JUDICIAL DIS I TRICT COUR FOR EDDY COUNTY Tkf ease f the smtc vk. Jatn Bcribner y tried Beturday afternoon Th" defendant wai rhargad whh turn nit rattle looee n the open range without having lirst provided wall i foi MiMi before the following jury: V, I . S.k. II It. U. Hoyd, .1 It. Linn, w s Qlbhi . . Btansbury, Ed Ho -, Joe Wei ell. M. L Da via, II. We Ml . O. E. Nichols N. I. Randolph, an I W, M Matheaon, The rum v. given to ih- jury about 10:80 p, ml, Saturday, which a irreed on n irerdlet of no', guilty about litis n, m.i imti under Instructions from tus eourt, the verdict wax Maled mill hold bj tho foreman until Ida 1. 1 ' i urt Monday. i: ii, n y, km ti ed eharged with gam in, before tho following jury. Jn Wei iell, Dave Mc minum, Hen ri . in. in, ii Weddige, Beaty Wllaon, Ed. tioose, M. I.. lnix, C. 0. Ston berry, Uui Dean, Robt, I.. Hamblen, It. u, Boyd, E. s Bhattuck. Aft, i the hearing "f the state' evidence, 8, I) Btennia, ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 2 October 1917

TEe Evening Current fOL 1, HO. 144. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO. TUESDAY, H I 2, 1917. IVOO Year. a. Moawa. Sc. Coy. i I AIRPLANES DROP BOMBS ON GER MANY'S CITIES 10 KILLED; 38 INJURED, IN AIK RAID ON LONDON By Associated Press. London, Oct. 2. Ten persons were killed and thirty-eight injured in Inst night's air raid in London. At the front erperlally in the Craonne lec tor, two German attacks were .-epuls-d by the Krench It is officially an nouneed today. MtUmm AIRMEN RETALIATE. By Associated Tress. Paria, Oct. 2. The (ierman cities f Kraakfort-on-the-Main, Stuttgart. Treves, and Coblens were bombarded last eight by French aviators in re taliation for Herman aerial attack a French citie. H RKKSTAN RE OLT SERIOUS. OVHUNOR ia.SK.NS TO BECOME COLONEL By Aeeeeiated Press Liacola, Nebraska, Oct. 2. Gover nor Keith Neville waa appointed Col onel of the new Seventh regiment of the Nebraska National Guard reaerve. Ho baa announced that he will resign a governor an soon as the regiment hi called f...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 2 October 1917

THK EVENING CURRENT. TUESDAY, OCT. 2, l17. CTEveningCurrent Wm. H. Mullsnc Editor and Manager Entered an second - class matter April 16, 1917, at the post ofAce at Carlahad, Now Mexico, under the Act of Maroh I, 1H7H. l'uMished daily Sundays excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Company. SUBS KIITION RATES. One year in advance 5.00 Six months in advance 11.00 One month in advance 60 Sample copies 06 CUM si IAN A INSIKANCK I MORE THAN 500 ACRES PI-ANTEII TO TOMATOES. FIRE, Canning Factory at l.akewood Run- VI IllMiii: II W IVIli ""' at Full aparity, Will Produce SlKKT. nunif address, where he works, how many are in his farm'.), and what he earns it month. The first failics that tret city coal re those whose onthly incomes are from M to 7ic. Then the $l(Ml-a-month families ure supplied. If the supply exceeds this demand then Clone to 100 ( arlosdx. Ray V Davis. Matter Photographer Artesia, N. M.. Oct. This has been nn extraordinarily favorite sea son for tomatoes in the Pecos valley. Sti...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 2 October 1917

THE EVBNING CURRENT, TUESDAY. OCT. 2. 1117. T LOCAL NEWS Reverend Pratt is improving every day and will noon be dismissed from the hospital. Mrs Earnest Shafer and Mrs. Wright Kilgore. of Rocky, are in town today shopping and visiting. Rv. A. C. Brll and Rev J. T Red mond, who camp yesterday from Clo .vis, left thin morning for El Paso to attend, conference. Earnest Best and Frank Miner loth from Lovington. were here Sunday transacting business Monday and leaving for home the snme day. Ralph, the cleaner, will open hn ' HERE FROM HA8KEL, TEXAS. cleaninir and pressing, ihop in the houac next door eaat of Johnson's cafe S. A. Hughes, and wife, alio A. M. He will also do a merchant tailoring 1 Hughes, oi ilaskel, lexas, passed thru business. He will be ready to serve 1 1 nrouu- lor Uog Canyon to look over the public tomorrow. In the burn yes- tne vouuuy anu enjuy tne drive. It.ey terday Mr. Ralph wishea to say he ure the lather, motner and brother at will be ready to make good all dam-...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 2 October 1917

ST g crm TCMDAT. OCT. t, 117. HOW UNCLE SAM TRAINS FLYERS Stsdent Aviators at Mneda FteM Learn to Worry the Germane. SOME TESTS OF SKILL SHOWN Go Uo About Mf MHa. SMde" Down at Sharp Angli Ad, Say, Thla It No Job for Nervous Man. Wlneoln. I.. I.- While rmnlrc of Uinti-iniilH nf men In America lira, lfrniriK bow to jab bayonet throng OiTiunn wthllera lu a letasirely manner, eomr itf ilia mm prnmMnji eranryo offlcera wf the A marl can forma are here learning haw In destroy Horha bird in i Tii 1mli hy thrlr Iralalng. they miU do !l,r job hoth efficiently and qmi uir t I'wler Ibe direct aapervlalna of Bert AciiMn, ime of America's moat aor eee ftil a l im n Intura. eenre f cnmll date fir cmnmhorlen In the aviation aenliNi iaf the Army Signal m are belnic inught to extricate themoetvna from (tie maal dangernna pooMloo lmaglimMe while aooernl thooaana' foot front tbe (round lllnrt ffl It la forbidden for detaaoa of ihm flirt, tin Instruction for avtaswo to ho ma. to public. Here I however...

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