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   Carbon City News (Newspaper) - October 5, 1918, Gallup, New Mexico                              CARBON CITY NEWS A XXIX GALLTJP NEW MEXICO 1918 NUMBER 18 INYESTINLIBERTY CATTLEMEN AND SHEEPMEN TO MEET HERE 14 1th Liberty Loan Final Plans have been completed fo tje McKinley Couniy Slockgroweri meeting which will be held in Gallup on Monday evening Oclober The program will consist of a supper atTh Harvey followed by some prom inent speakers on the stock Among the speakers are Stale Sen ator F a cattleman of Secretary of the Sheep Sanitary The Stockmans problems will be and every effort will be made to help him solve The use of improved methods or ranjjj management and stock management will be All interested should Supper will be served at ihe Hav vcy House at fi The meeting uill follow immediately Plates far supper will he If you arc planning to attendnotify The so ho can arrange for A meeting of Ihis kind is of specie interest to the stockgrowers o the county and they will welcome f you have not planned to come by all means do 30 for you will be veil re paid for your While this is a meeting mainly for the stockmen of the all Gallup who arc intcrested are cordially invited Kindly let the Couniy Agent know as soon as possible if you will there th Liberty Wounded Three Times Indian Tra der Jokes at Liberty Loan Indian Tisder Jueblj Bonita was shot and probably injured at the trading store The min was shot three limes One of the shots IOOK eflccl two inches above the heart and ether twoi n the pit of the The mans daughter was lying on a bed with a baby in her A shot was fired at Ihe woman which pierced the bullet barely missing Irk Boih were taken to end from there went to a hospital ai Donoon wns one the bravest nnd nerviest men of tlic Despite ihe fact thnt he s iomcuIiai advanced in age he was nbe sit up in ihe sent of the amo from tlw trading store lo with the three bullet wounds in his The scene of the shootini is Ihe same place thai Dick Wcathcrill was killed by Indians someyears and i Iienty miles from ihe scene of the killing of yonnR Rob Smith a few months At last report the Iti who is said lo have done the shooting hart not yet been 4th Liberty Loan The Womans Council of Defense give a dance at the Kitchen Opera House next Wednesday October The proceeds to he used by the council for war The Rollie Orchestra will nirnhti the and tke emend a everyone to A ber of thedancers of arrange to Ith Liberty Loan Anicliii Lorenzino will lie home in I a few days from San on a Liberty Loan Buying Librrly lionds Pins U in the llh Liberty Loan Jo the Union Mes j scugcl who has hcen ill ihe past led Thiiridsy for Fu j Hospital at for Dan who is now his country in the and stationed j Uan al Balboa San son of uml ited in Gallup Thursday morning with i Rilter is in hib He attending te Albuquerque Business Col was enrouie to after a visit uith his parents at 1th Liberty Loan Biiflincer Harry Mallette left Thtirs Young Hitter as been at the school only a hut has applied himself so well lo his ditties that li has already made a fine day night for Benjamin where he will join the rail road boys stationed iherc to soon be Culer McCoy in Si Marys 4tli Liberty Loan The new style grippe lias landed sent across for service in Hai ry will find many Gallup boys at this as there are ten or more frou1 here stationed Ith Liberty Loon Erna daughter of he late for years New rep resentalivc in has been noti fied by the federal board to be ready n sail early next week for Miss Fereiisson is to up work in the Red Cross She is to read to sick entertain con She has been com missioned by the to pur chase sevcnlylive dollars worth of games lo amuse convalescent This playtime is absolutely to the recovery of those who have gone through ihe horrors of battle and a seise of pain from AHxico Crowder Issue Call for Student 1 lii Liberty Loan Afar Crmider jodny called for grammar school roui fortytwo siatts tlic district of Columbia to Ociober 15 for technical Of rlitr OSu be Voluntary induction will be allowed until October None but refiistrnnia physically fii for service will be Tlie stales nnd numbers of men will fce furnished with educational insiiliitions tn vegisirints will report KA Huh University Coi Coloradu Agricultural Col New Uimcrsily of Texas University of Loan Archbishop Pitavals Visit Sunday 13 till Liberty Archbishob f Santa Fc trill he in this ciiy on Sunday October anJ will administer of It is ihai atom Kin or will 1e Tliii service will follow ihiten oclock This will prnhahly Archbishop Pin vals last visii to as liis was accepted some lime hy the tut his successor lias not oeen hui the appointement It cxpKletTio be made al any is one of tc popular auto service men of the Illi Liberty Loan Kilgore and Nat iwo Simla Fe employes left Thursday for Santa Kc liospiinl in Los Roth are ill with the Itii Liberty Loan Dick Hotmail is in the city for a from McGaffeys camp ubere lie lias teen working tlie pasi several Ith Loan Carlos Tafoya of IheiNews mechani Ciil force is laid up wilh a case of Ihc prpular Liberty Loan Ialtcrson who lias teen ill since last Saturday with the new style grippe is a patient at St hold ini a bed on llic main floor with Cnlcr AlcCoy a 4tli Liherlv Loin tile nf ihc Sioie is up and a md after A ten days fly with the lie hopes to be able soon to back to his work at llh Loan Sister of Blessed Sa crament Dies at fill Litterty Loan One of iht Sisters of itie Blessed of who WM on n visit to died idcrc iliis The Sister hiil come 10 Si only i feudays with tlie Mother Cutli crinc fwinJcd ilic St Mi icls school some ycurs amoni niiiy oiltcr nver he United She private secretary trt he Alntlicr who came uii licr inuiiLil to llie Sfic felt ill upon her arrivil anJ snon lnuinne and away Iuneriil sei vices Aere tkll at S Michaels inionnrni made in lie ll ili CllSlfini Of Ijistcciicnut that ihc bodies of the dcicl One n the circustanccs cnn nvcict die nl tliis Sislcr St is thai she was the Sitter fi offer her services in tlie Michaels school it WHS founded frv ilic Sttfvrior She ar to conic tn ihis point is a Sislcr bin for some reason tlirf nit come m Stic haJ mniic many visiis iicre wiili the Mother Sup erior in psii nt Hu Opera HmrstSat urday to which every is in will fitni ishUic music for the j Jth Lihcnv Loan The Kcpnblicun fianj is very vicjous rhese They inieml to if rhcy have tn ilepon every Amer icnrt in McKinley i 4th Liberty Loan Tht National linm will changenn October when all clocks be setback one nnd everybody an cxlrfl Isnur of yiuvninji the next Liberty Loan Anihony Horlyavicli of coal Camp is in the St Mary Hospital suf fering a bullet wound through tC from an unloaded caliber automatic To proveHint the pistol was not loaded the hammer of il was and the cartiidge was The bullei entered lie eye bad to be If no bead al the front of Iiis right The lei eye had to be Ifno set hi die recov try is very llh Liberty Loan The following Inbnrets enrolled lust svcck with deputy enrolling Miss Josephine at rle Ketncr Gw eery for work in ihe munition plant iu nnd left for hat point Chiirlcs Dotuild Ncwcatnb Tom Alnriin C diaries Canniic Hen Tilmliy IVrfecto Cnr Bor A drive is now for more imn IM a srocial call is Icing LII tide secure clerks and bookkeepiru o work at ic mimilmn in bonvcon years of liti Utterly Loan Republican State Ticket lili Liberiy Loan Silnia Oclohcr He publican sMte and congrcssionnl ycsicrJiiy If M fo United Stales Alberi of ThKe Olern of Hie Arriha Jililicc of le Supreme Hcrhcr of San Mifinel Liiuunani rf Ie Secretory of N ft 4lli Liberty Lnnii Killed in Action mil of IMS lcon as ilif price of ico Stiis lime il i5 ilic brotSu1 nf Hen n his tlirec hrnthcrs nt the frnnt flgluiiii fte Hflftish Arclllno sk brntliers scrilni ilieir ilijci of Khoni trc in training cnnips in Tlie one killed in no lion hits been fichtini for weeks nt iu and olliers are nmonu ilio fron liKhlhlR Tlic fnllicr of IllcrU iinble Spniiish Ainericati hoys to from the first of Ihe week 10 break the news o younger son who rcsiJe in this city The hul who his all was born ami renrccl in Thus tlie honor roll of New Mexico hns DIM thcr patriots nanit inscribed 4ili Liberty Sepl Aly ilenr liiinns Uill you plenase enter tny snbscrip linn 10 your paper for I am hungry for bil of lioine news nnd know of no better of jettini it than by your little hnd lovely trip tliis visiicd ihe Ictrificd Ihe GrnnJ and nl Ihe hench Stanford ordctcd lo Fori Scott and so y o came up tlie new nionn lilin Califnrniil cer tainly lias some You cnn thnusund miles ami never off Vie had no Mil luck wiili our Willys just a few aivj InnOel in San Ijanciinjn three weeks from the lime fi once went to tlie wliere M Stanford siaiioned for a short intc and then came here where ilinforv1 sonuwtirk to do on some of itje they arc pulling on som nf the vcscls tliey are tuniinj oiii fast soinc of these Since flnt titnu Stanford has bcui visiting all ihi iliffcrent in this vicinity and I KOI a job over at jrtiie my hit for Uncle Simti in lie Il helps mo to away ihi tiiiic my liusr ns it ilels nl fir is present hni ex tn tit1 nvcr thete most ny As fnr I am iryinfi f fiel profieicni r a so I can jo ten if he is Hi son left fnir uvrks ngo Tor onr in ilic Cirase ilicre is in irt learninn to One lltin tmr hoyo ire lot nf fine nvcr tlure now am1 I nnly hope liar rrcfore loitti this stritit ile will hilc I iin very iroij that tny and myself are ill dninc our liit in nclp brim that a I atitndccl an Ball at Hi Iliwl rhoui wciks on a visit there to mv U a some run a of out here il sccrn iond in sec a Icst to 1oth yourself ind limns and In all mj friends when snu see I am very Klunhedi Archie McCoy from a mwilhs visit Farm Sarccni of fiin Ar SiriHK of Mu ra lili Loan Aiary Hofftrle Lawrence and Miss Annie Icfi Thiirs jday for n visii in Los Attorney O of wtepliiii Doyle uho uill go in fhives Las for a visii with her School Jonathan l Dona Am Hoylc visited Gallup this but Slate land Nelson Fon lcr rcdirn In Los be of Socorro came 111 with heart She has Corporation when Luna of Valencia snc wcnl her Inmc at Las 4lh Liberty Loin EDWARD TRETZ ADDRESSES PEOPLE till Liberty IMwnul nne of te most elo sjieakcts who ever lectured here ipnki Infore mi audience al Opera House Monday His addreis was ilic most stirring itm hns ever Iw to the people ot Gallup cover ins lle war activities of Trelz was in the front lino Hitraveled over the devastated coun uf Belgium and and intorinntion so blood curdling and ter rible thst Is alinos but Tretz ttlls us to all we of the atrocities committeed by ihe and to remember thaf the hclf has never been Every person vho thij orator speuk a different conception of the war situation is ll He was here under Ihe auspices of United Stales Food administration Some of the lasting sayings of Trclz Genemls nnd soldiers but peoples win Thnt noliori will win first that cracks Heed no reports of revolution n Austria nor riots in Terrific our foe is most dangerous when playing This js n war of man power bravo to ihc young American who tried lo bny a guide to the streets of Whenever I hear some fellow ask why we should les I do not call for the police I phone for the tin Liberty Loan SCHOOL Vern Scnbridce a former High School who cnllsicd In Ihe Navy ilotil three months was visiting his parents in Ihis Ho has many Mends who were glad to welcome him He left Wednesday for Calif jrnia where he is in DijrinR the weeks four new cu ries were made in the lounh one in the Second two in the und one in the High There are eight pupils In the hird Grade who are sitting around a nhle because there are no desks for hnilor of the Public has been very ill the past two weeks with what is feared to be pne Wesley and Lottls Swlnncy re iloing imtil He There hove been number ol puplU Kan from school during the week with bad colds and stomach ten lint no esses nf Spanish Influ lua ure The High School report cards which some time ago have not so there will be no report cards iven out for Irojrm of KKlnilerxarUn Claw The pupils of the Kindergarten mdcr the supervision of Miss progressing very nicely this hey have collected quite a few pounila if tinfoil and peach icedj for ihe In connection with ihfir oflur One of the most Interettlnit eatures of their work the repro iicilon of Gtnlry Brothers Clfcji Par In fuel ll I whit better than ihc   

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