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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 1 November 1917

THK KVKNING f'URHKNT. TIHUSMA V, NOV. L 1917. CTeEvening Current t in. il. Mullens Editor ami Manager Knti i.il ii i Meond - class matter April Id, 11117, at the post office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March S, IHV'J. Published dally Siiih.ii x , . .t i il , l.y thtt Carlsbad Printing I'ompuny. KVOWLKS. Unci in hit torn h lames i an.li low i Maaka, went tii Roswcll in their car on the j.Mh of t hf present month) ami quietly hitched up in double hur lies, their Mtion was quit a mir I prise tn their many friends hut they siyiy put one DJ lllcm before any .subscription RATM. One year in advance 6.00 Six month- in advance 8.00 ' )ne month in advance 60 Sample copies 06 Member iif the Associated 1'reaa. Hie Associated Pr-ss is exclusivelyduy Killed t the use for republication ofihg Joe Qnkin i aim ranch lut Monday keeping a i til the latest occurrence? Williams came over from mi In , me ii. t Mon- OHO knew what they were up to. They day and Invested hia surplus dollars Ihat...

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 November 1917

TICK KVKNING CURRENT, THURSDAY. NOV. I, 1917 LOCAL NEWS Tom Tylri, of M n luua . has BOOT i town a nouplc of days detained H- getting his fofi repaired. W. H. Iti'll and wio, who spent few delightful weeks with their di ghter, Mr. Willard Hates, In Cmi had, nre Mft at hume in Ruffalo (' Texas. They visited Mr. Boll's hr c-r in Pecos as they returned. I.uin I'. i ii 1 1 was in town terdny looking fur grass and wu for hii horses and cattle. He is liir hag n driving them to Texas, wh he ha leaned range W. 0. Wnertier and .lack Hen MM in from Rnowltl yesterday, mnl ing the trip in a I ..id t. -urine eu: Mm. Heard and the little daughli" will probably rtturn with thorn. Uie mi morons friends of i i Jordan are phased to MO that he re turned safely from his t to Manet ta. Oklahoma, getting home yostei day evening. MITHODIBT i ii i in it lit l.l.Kiiv Sundii lehool every Sunday morn ing at 0 16. Preaching l.y the pastor at 11:00 a. m. Uii also at 7 rMO p. in Sotlioi i.puurth League Sunday at...

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 November 1917

THK EVENING CURRENT, THURSDAY, NOV. I, 1917. FLAMING ONIONS NEW WAR HORROR I Germans Shoot Burning. Revolv ing Masses at Aviators. SPECTACULAR ENGINE 05 WAR British Major, Who Won Three High Honors in Single Day, Describes Lat eat Device of Prui.si.in Diabolical In nnu ty Not Much Actual Execu tion Done With Device. in tiio notneoctaturo f Teuton frlgbtfulneaa iiic Huriii already Ih " 1 llilllnr Willi polSOQ KM homliK, Willi "llHiiinii nli i li r," with Irriu h nnirtiir "plga," "Jack Johnaons" "Mk RiMtlins." Bttl tbe liii.it 11 lid initNi spectacular angina of wur which Um trial tighter bus tn fact i tbe "Elaui' Iiik id! una," Thli extraordinary duties f Praa Ian diabolical Ingi nutty ma daaerlkad recently y j. w, a. Btebop, f the itntish Royal i i r id corpa, grssteet of Canada's air Bghtera, Major Blab op, though ooly tweutj three years aM god weighing 1 1 1 1 1 mora than u hundred pounds has thi- distinction of baring received id n single day from bis sov ereign tlx1 Victoria Crn...

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 November 1917

The Evening Current VOL. 1, NO. 170. CARLSBAD. N'KW MEXICO. FRIDAY, NOV. 2, II7. l.'t.OO Year. liuc. Month, 5r. Copy. ITALIANS NOW MAKING STAND TO STOP INVASION OF AUSTRO-GERMANS BIG HAITI. I IN ITALY NOW ON. The battle of the Tagliamcnto river ih been begun. The artillery guns of the German invaders have opened fire from the easterly aide of the river pon General Cadorna's positions in he western ly bank to which the ltaliana effected their retreat troop are preparing a counter of fenaiye and a icrent battle liaaed on me line ot me I iigie.uinento river it forecast. RUSSIA STILL IN THE WAR-ASKS AID OF U. S. AND GETS PROMPT RESPONSE ITALIANS AND ALLIES ARE PREPARING COUNTER OF FENSIVE AGAINST ENEMY. Br Aaaaoiatad Pre. Italian Headquarters, Northern Italy. Nov. 2 The Italian and allied DEATH OF MKS. T. N. ( OX. Word was received here of the death of Mr. T. N. Cox, of Cameron, Texas. Mrs. Cox is the mother of ,Honornhle N. G. Cox, and wife, who have visited here. Me jg a brother lin-l...

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 November 1917

pr- pi r jerri evening CURRENT, FRIDAY, Nov. 2. Ittf. StE vening Current Km. II. M U 1 .1 IP' Edit l ' mill Md Manager class matter poit oiticc Ht under the Ait i dfc.ly l hi' Carlsbad Entered ,.s Apr l. 1 'I . , at the C.arlsld. Ni w Mexico, at Msn-h 8, La7, P bundxys excepted, by PrmtinK Company. subscription RATES. "Hie year in advance . ., &.00 .- MMtkl n advMina 3.00 ne mon'h in advance GO Sample ropi!a Ou Member ef th Axxerlated Preaa. TRe Asseciated Pr?as is exclusively rotiri a the una for republication of JJ news rrrditrd to H or Dot other- credited in this paper and also . local ari publihrd herein. All rights of ri'pnlilication of xpecial U aaarUhei h"i n are also rcasrvrd. Ml I Mi i PUBLIC schools Mm son ROLL. I. ml pur Mm lla neRoer aba ani not month ending October mm all account the past HMOB'l Oeeolb was more severe ajin the I and 1. Ky. than even on tnv wvat ul the I'eroi in Eddy county or on the plain in Lea county. It la reported "r that alHiut ninety per rem o...

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 November 1917

TBK EYKNING CURRENT, FRIDAY, NOV. 2. 1917 LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. B, Stephenson re turned Thursday afternoon from n delightful viail with Mr. Stephenson'. brother and family In Clauds, Teras Banjmnln F. Booth, brother i Mi Florence Pallor, expects to sper a month visiting hit mother and si ter. H- in bsnl muster with tl. heavy field artillery from Wisconn and is now stationed at Camp McA thur, near Waro. Texas, ami will pi hably arrive Sunday. Utile M ias Mildred Hutchins wt reported iuite ill yesterday. Riley Dean has laid auto trouble at the Kord Garage aside for the time and has gone' to the Guadalupe mountain with Dave McCollaum for a hunt. Lieutenant .1. T. Runyan left Mon day nifrht to join his reiriment. II' in the distinguished Mfl of Dave Run yan of Artesia. Saturday afternoon the Messrs, Aud and Sam Lusk, Lieut. Runyan and Mii Florence Fuller, made up mi auto party to Roswell. where they attended the Institute danre that evening, returning Monday. him fall, headfirst WILL....

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 November 1917

THE EYHNING CURRENT, PKIDAY, NOV. 2. 1917 Prior of Coal in Denver QM up Mai 75 $13. Saturday and Monday We Offer 21 SILK DRESSES In all new Fall Models and a good range of colors and styles No alteration on these garments SATURDAY AND MONDAY ONLY at $13.75 One Lot 35 Ladies Hats Special . . $5.75 , Br Associated Press Denver, Colorado, Nov, 2. Tin' prior of coal was ndvnncrd forty-five cents por ton to consumer ly larire I r.-; ail dealers here today. Joyce - Pruit Co. 11 We Want Your Trade" COST OF MAKING SOLDIER VARIES Men Expensive in Some Camps Than in Others. RONS FROM $142 TO $182 'amp Tartar. Louisville, Camp IMks. Little Ruck, Ark.. "'-. ('amp Funatou, Fort Riley, Kan. j S1NI. Camp Travis. Tort 8am Houston Tel., 1M. Camp .laricaou. Columbia, g. :.. SlfiT. camp Dodge, Dee Moines, la., SIM. Camp Annapolla Junction. M.I . II.M Camp Shermsn. Cbltileothe, O., S164. I Camp rpton, Taphank, tang lalaod, i tinn. Camp IXi, Wrlghlstowo. N. J 16T. Mean! B.H-lrfowt. .fll. 81TQ, M Camp Ie...

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. — 3 November 1917

The Evening Current VOL. I. NO. 171. CARLSBAD, NKW MEXICO. SATURDAY. NOV. ft, 1917. ITALIAN DEFEAT REPORTS 200,000 PRISONERS TAKEN RHRKVRPORT fire UNDER CON I Hill -ONLY BLIGHT DAM GF.s. I v Aaeociated PrWi New Orleans, La., Nov. 3, a dli patch from Bhreveport, La., uM th lira at Oil city, La,, which win report I I ax tariotta oauaad only slight oam and a i under control, it ttato I inn a tailor ihop and no oil wax burn d, The aiithoritiaa 1 i 1 nut believi t mui Incendiary, Fleelrirully ( on I rollrd (irrmin Motor Moat Drstnncd. MORE THAN TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND ITALIAN PRISON RM TAKEN BY AUSTRIAN. , Associated Preaa. Berlin. Nov. 3. More than two hundred thousand prieonera were taken in the Auatro-German cam paign on the Italian front, it waa of leially announced today by the Ger man war office. There waa no impor taat fighting on thia front yeaterday. A 1 1 STRO-G ERM A N H UNABLE TO REACH RIGHT BANK OK R1VKK sW Associated Frees. Rome, No. 3. Auatro - Germsn pressure waa more notice...

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. — 3 November 1917

THE KVININO CUMCNT, SATURDAY, Nov. 1 1917. fiEveningCurrent Win. Hi MuIImm Mltnr and Manager Entered second - clans matter April l, I . 1 V . ul the poit office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March :i, 1H7U. 1'ublished daily .-urd ij excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing i nmpany. siinscMITION KATES. One year in advance 6.00 Sin months in advance It 00 no nion'h in advance (JO Sample copies 06 Member of the Aaaorialed Cress. 1e Associated Pmi ii exclusively milled to the ue for republication of II i'w credited to it or not other wise credited in this paper and also he lnrs.1 news published herein. All right of republication of special ifBti"lie.s herein nre also reserved. Till; riff ill I Id I m I' AKAIIK ii New Mexico linos Iliy, we ('un Bu) ii Waahing Machine, one of the beat signs was flu- one ihowlng that ii ill ink of batr would buy two loaves of dread. Ladles, your t'me rnnt he Wasted, for the parade m good from atari to finish. The yells were Mod mid nt the close nil ...

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. — 3 November 1917

THE EVENING CUBRRNT, SATI ' It I . NOV. X IHI7. LOCAL NEWS The ladies nf Malaga will serve f lunch a thi' vuUts OK tMMitOtl (Tuesday) Everybody come. Dr. (' L. I'arsey, nf eVtaweft, . in Carlsbad todav rallin nn M Hurt. t Mr. Ia-wis Means and little came down from Quern yesterday ternoon on the mail car, and left Artesia last night, called there the illness nf her mother, Mrs. Mnhan. Mrs. I). 0, (irantham received thd news of the death of her brother i wife, Mrs. Smith, who died in Cor -cana, Texas, after a lour illness with typhoid fever. Monday being Monroe Christian's liirthday, Mrs. II. I''. Christian ex perts to spend the day with her son and they will enjoy dinner together Monroe is with uttery K. I.'llst. Kield Atrillery, U. S A., at Camp Howie, near Fort Worth, Texas. Hoy Hester, who has chaise at Avalon (lain, has rented his pasture near l.akrwnod to Mr. Thecker of Artrsia and he will pasture his cutt!" there this winter coming in with the cattle hist night. Mrs Kichard Smi...

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. — 3 November 1917

THK EVENING CllRRKN.T, SATI RIAY, NOV. S, IS. 7. WALK -OVER SHOES SHOES Known the world over for Ease, Comfort mkI Economy. We carry the largest stock of for men, women and children, in the city Our prices are low as can he, consistent with quality T. C. HORNE "CARLSBAD'S BEST STORK" work. Mrs Harry Blythe spent the week end with home folks in Hngermun. There is an auction salt- going ofl out ut the Jump farm today. Mr. ami Mrs. J W. Jump will Iraw soon for Michigan where they expert to n side. Mr. Ed. Scoggin nnd daughter. Mist May, will entertain the mem han ..f the B. V. P. U. of the Baptist church with a party Friday evening at their beautiful country home two mile-, southeast of Hope. (JI'EEN ITEMS. Mrs. Stanford, better known to her any fritnds as Mother Stahford, has baN very ill for the pant wk, first with pleurisy which developed pneu monia. Her daughter, Mr. A. i'. Chaffln, if Waro, Texan, is expected here this afternoon, at hr has been informed of the condition of her mot...

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. — 5 November 1917

Jr, THe Evening Current VOL. I NO. 1 72. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY, No. t, ItlT. $5. mi Year, M(. Month, 5r. (opt TWO KILLED I l WOI NDEII M TWELVE CAPTURKD IS TOLL TAKEN FROM AMER ICANS I N PI RUT I t. sil. By Atm elated Press. Washington, Nov. 5, The official casualty list of the loMM of Amen 8U troops in France in the first clash with the Germans on November 'ird, follows : Killed: Private Thos F. Enright, whose sister liven in Pittsburg, I'll. Private May, whose father liven in Glidden, Iowa. Wounded: Privates Jno. J. Smith, Ludingtoti, Mich; Chun. .1. Hopkins, Stanton, Texan; George L Ilox, Alt us, Oklahoma; Homer Hivens, Cloverdalo, Alabama; Chan. I.. Orr, Lyons, Kan,. Twelve an- eaptund and missing. Believed Central Power- Will Another Peace 'Offer. Make SIGNS OF NER "I FEN8N E I N f I (HUM M U BE SEEN IN DERM v dm H i l RBFOR1 By Associated Press. Signs of a probable impending re rival of the off on i t by Qenoral Haiir Hel rium may be seen in the Qerman rt'n-; h I statem...

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. — 5 November 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. MONDAY. NOV. 3. 1917. 1 KtE vening Current W m II. Mullane Editor and Manager Hfltered second - class matter April Id 1117, at the pout uMire at Jarlabad, New Mexico, under the Art .f March ;, isTo. Published daily Sundays excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Company. SI IIS( Kil l ION RATES. OM year in advance 6.00 Six monthl in advance 11.00 One month in advance .00 Sample ropica 05 Member of thr Aaaoclaled I'reaa. Ike Associated Prisa ia excluaively ntitled to the use for republication of H newx credited to it or not other r credited in thin paper and also be local newa published herein. All rights of republication of special Irspatches herein are also reserved. W. B. Washington and Ed. Carr amc In from Black river Saturday end were planning a hunt to the iuadalupe mountains. ssoci tion N BITING BM . t M RtS, I iirrm r- and Stockmen From all Parta ol Eddy County Meet and Make Plana fat Coming Year. Interesting ddress (Jivcn by Major Douloiisc and l.aurenee K. I...

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. — 5 November 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, MONDAY. NOV. I, IHI7 LOCAL NEWS John Lusk is iti from tht ranch to day attending the convention of the toekmtn. TlM Indies of Malaga will serve I ffM dinner to nil voters tomorrow ui that place. Mr nnd Mrs W W Wurd arc ii from the ranch today transactitij business. .1. E. Stamp came up today to tram Ml buainras and attend various meet in its today. L. W. Arthur, and wife, of LovlgJ are in town today attending th peaking at the court house. Charles Rossen is overseeing th unloading of five or six wagons of choice maize and kafflr that he fllljiri on his farm down the valley. Ed. Kossen, one of the boys, is here today. R. R. Slease. wife and three hoys, came down from Ro.swell yesterday afternoon and are visiting H. J. Slease and family and enjoying a vis it with their father who ts here at the H. J. Slease home. T. L Flowers, of Loving, a brother of J. F. Flowers, is here today. He is well pleased with his work down the valley and says he thoroughly en joys the 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. — 5 November 1917

TI1K KVKNIN(; CURRENT. MONDAY. NOV. V 1917 Km I will sell at my farm 2 miles due east of Malaga, which is the nearest to the Billings' place, to the highest bidder, on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7 at 10 o'clock A. M. the following property: Live Stock Farm Implements Household Goods 7. NIC A II OF I ATTLK 13 JKKSLY Mil K rows. - HO I.ST KIN rows. 19 YEARLING STEERS THE BALANCE MOSTI.T BRED HEIFERS. 4 FULL Ill (M)i DURHAM HEIF KKH I REGISTERED DURHAM OKI I WEIGHT ABOUT 1.M0 I.RS I GOOD WHITE FACE HUM. 14 HEAD OF HOUSES ANH MULES I MARK t YEARS OLD. WORKS IN AM. HARNESS A NT IS GENTLE FOR WOMEN Olt t HILIIREN, WK1GUS 1.215 IJiS i HORSE. K YEARS OI.I). WRIGHT AHUM 1,100 I KM 1 MARE A Nil COLT. 2 HI I KS. WELL M ATi JIKK Bo I H MARE Mill. EH, AGE IS MONTHS good (INKS. I roWS. NOW FRESH. I BURRO M.I. THE CATTLE WILL RE SOI.U IN Ml Nl II ES EXCEPT THE mm k rows. YOUNG TURKEYS. I RIDING PLOW I W ALK INC PLOW. I GEORGIA STOCK PLOW. I HACK. HALE WORN. I GARDEN PLANTER AN1I PLOW. I SICKLE GRIMIER. 1...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 6 November 1917

jl The Evening Current VOL. 1. NO. 17.1. I MM SHAD. NKW MEXICO. iTESDVV NOV. 0, TALSANS STILL BEING FORCED BACK ITALIANS I'OKCED TO WITH DRAW PROM MOUNTAINS IN ORDER TO REESTAHI.ISH LINE the aco through the plains. UpBW Caliun Bt Associsted i'res Rome, Nov. 8 The Italian were compelled to evacuate the territory in the mountain in the north of the plain of Northern Italy in order to establish their now line, the war of fice report. The enemy occupied the territory after the Italian withdrawal. Mrs .I. J, S. .Smith unit Mis .luk son have just returned from u two M ek iitny on Rocky with .1. J. 8. Smith. They found everything doing nicely at the ranch. PIH DINNER. whole LINE ON TAOLIAMENTO RIVER BEEN WON UV ENEMY. By Associated Preaa. Ilerlin, Nov n. The Itnlinn line on the Tagliamentn river hn leen won iiy the Autro-(iermann, it i officially announceil hy the (ierman general luff today. The Italian evacuated the entire line along the river to the Adriatic const, the statement nys. 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. — 6 November 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, TUESDAY, NOV. fi, 1917. Evening Current Wm. B. Mullane Kditnr and Manager I NK RLBCTION TODAY, Hntercd us MCOIld - clans Af.nl 16, 1017, at the post otlicc al Carlsbad, New Mexico, undrr the Act mt March I, lift. Published daily Soidayi excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Company. SUUSCKIITION RATES. Otic year in advance " 00 Si months in advance H.UU One month in advance .60 Sample copies 05 Member of the Associated Press. Take Assedsted Press it exclusively titled to the use for republication of Jl news credited to it or not other wwe credited in this paper and also he local news published herein. All rights of republication of special tejyatchea herein are also reserved. I arlsbadi with its street. packed with autoa and men, women and hil- - matter ciren pus-ng to and fro visit " r tin 1:1ft ri iit house-, tnakes one , h in k Carlsbad is really a metropolis. There lias been .'140 votes polled up to four o'clock this tVff11 luff some again ct all tin' amendment...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 6 November 1917

r K THE EVENING CURRENT, Tl'ESIUY, NOV. 6. IIT. LOCAL NEWS Joe Livingston came In yeaterda; from a few days business trip up th ml Leon Mudgctt and family are mo ing to the six mile Public Utilitu Company's dam when- they will occ py the residence there for the wi ter. Major E. I. Bujsc has been chosen to IMNll the people of the various cities on the coast on the conserva tion of food. He in company with two or tl rat other speakers have an luto truci. with 20 musicians who are ith them on the different occasions. )f those we know who help to make jp the number are Harry Hubbard Hid Will llaumbach. Newton Holt, of lakewood, was he yeiterday receiving UliO choice cwi which he is driving toh is place nein there. hi; oil'sthikeneardayton. flM Weil-Known Brown Well (Joes on a Rig Tear. Oil Spoula 100 Feet Above Derrick. A. K. Miller and T L, Patrick, ol liarstow, Texas, were over-nigh: guests of the Bates. R. M. Thorne and Dr. Bate return -ed last evening from a trip to El Baio. Mr. Tho...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 6 November 1917

TBI EVENING CURRENT. TUttDAY, NOV L 1917. mi i SEND BOMBTtflNfl TAM.IHI.K TO HKKK nil. BOYH t THE PROMT nut t'HRIMTMAS. I in- itii (roM Workeri un buy and we can My t Mriai ti'' hoyi happy by tending lit tit hiti that cannot lip hail over than. i . remembei they an AgMini for oue iue, and bi loyal to .ii r f'r Service, The Public Utilities Company llll. all ami SMII I I 1 1 1 V Mlil l l( -l ( l.f-S. Partner ami Mtoekmen Iron Carta oi Kddi i huhk Moot Make Plana lor Cawing Yew, latereotlai vddrrxH Glvea by Majoi Mouloiiic ami Laurence I . Let. (Continued from cstcrda) .) The Itata Coaneil of Defense fur inshcd Mod and assistance in other lines to all portions of the state ex npt the I'ecos valley. The produc tion of licans alone arai increased fil)0 per cent, lust year's production in New Mexico lie inn about 4,r0,(00 Iba. ami thin year over two and a -uartcr million pounds. There are many hun dredl of people who rannnl under tand that we are now at war. They do not know that 411 per...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 7 November 1917

Hie Evening Current VOL. 1, NO. 171. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 7. HIT. 18.80 Year, Me. Month, lie. Copy. DEMOCRATS WIN NEW MEXICO GOES N NEW YORK DRY BY 1 0,000 VOTES I MM II U.I. N INS IN NEW YORK in BIO MAJORITY. Ky Associated Press. No York. Nov. 7. Tammany hnll was returned ! nowet .1 a re ill of yesterday's mayoralty election. Not only was Hylan swept Into office lis the Inrprst plurality ever (riven n mayoralty candidate, but the entire Democratic ticket was elected, giving the now administration all of (he six teen votes In the hoard of estimate which controls nil city expenditures, With J" election precincts missing th voti stood; Hylan, 297,887; Mitch!, lliVinT; Hillqult, 148,178 Bennett, 88,678. WOMEN or NRW YORK GIVEN CNLIMITED Sl'il'll OE iRoldlers Hies i ront I Sects ol Boain lloni si II Home. Bv Associated Pie;, San I'edro, Cal torn i, Nov, T Nral B, Baton, baker, ai the naval station here, died thli ma nlng ss th. I losult of an injury w.' i he received in...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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