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iih. 11. VcmcH U vtrt sick.
Sr-n ' . - J
i lid Scogglns Is towing white clover
for Ills bees,
Mrs. 0. W. Cowden Is listed among
thb sick this week.
u. tj. Uabcrs from Noll wells was In
town, during tha,weck,
. Elzn White, the well driller, went
south Tuesday to Midland
Mr. V. V. Leghorn and ontlro faral
ly, of Malaga, nro on the sick list.
J. II. Parrlmoro of Abllenowosln
mwB hHt week leaving for homo Mon
Misses Ora and Johnnla Hush ore
hero visiting and will remain this sunt
Qus Goodwin nnd wlfo hasmorcd
Into the M. Ii. tiarsonago for the pros-
hTeli nights In a Har Hoom," old
yet good will tie given to tho publlo
Juomo tluio noon.
If overybody will put o shoulder to
tho wheol a good time and grand 4th
will bo tlio result.
Ted Nymoyor Camo In Thursday
6nll for Mass Aleellnk of Citizen;
Relieving wo stfbiild oereurato our
notional innepenuonco in an appro
prtato manner, I hereby oall upon nil
cltlr.ons of Carlsbad und surrounding
oountry to meet In mass convention
In tho court house Tuesday evening,
Juno Oth. at 8 o clock, to dlsoiiM tho
matter and, If It Is the doslro of the
meeting, to appoint oommlttcos to ar
range for a proper Fourth of July
United action Is nil that Is required
to make the event ft comptoto success
and I earnestly trust all citizens will
attend tho mass meeting,
M. .1. MuitliAV, Mayor.
Mrs. 0. 0. Starkweather, of Roswoll,
from Alamogordo and wilt remain
until after tho Fourth.
Mrs. M. Whlteman and daughters
nro hero from Itoswoll visiting Mrs. M.
J. Murray for a week.
' 71 orbert Douglass camo In from
IIopo, Thursday, and luft on tho kvon-
ing train fur Alamogordo,
Miss Kula and llortu Lavcrty have
been listed among tho sick this week,
but aro now much Improved,
Dr. Whicher reports tbo arrival
Thursday of a nine pound girl at tho
homo of Fred II nro of Malaga,
Mr and Mrs Charles McCarthy who
moved from horo to Chlno Cal. last fall
lost their baby by inoaBles a few days
. . Mrs. It. M. Johnson had an opera
tlon performed last Saturday by Drs
JVhlchcr & Mochlau and sho Is now
T. L. Webber, of El Paso, was among
tho many visitors Thursday In tho In
(crest of that live ovenlng dally tho
i:i Faso Herald.
Good printers, good stock and tho
latest typo enables an otllco to turn
out Rood work, All this you will find
nt tho Cuhmjnt ofllco.
Cyrus and Joo James sold their
vcarllnas to Cowden llros., of Mid
land last'week to bo delivered between
now and Sept. 1, at 810 ft).
Dlok Wicker loft Tuesday for Hills
boro, thltt territory, to testify In tho
Oliver Leo oiiso, iJfck knowing moru
than ho cured to express in public.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wocrnor will de
part shortly for an extended visit
through.tlllnplslndlann and. Kentucky
to visit Will's parents and other rela
A meeting of sheepmen of Kddy
County will bo held nt tho court house
ls visiting Mrs. lllnckmoro
Mrs. I). W.Oerhart visited friends In
Midland a few days this week,
The old rollablo blacksmith, 0. F. A.
Robertson, Is still on hand with price
lower than ever and all work guaran
Dr. Smith last Saturday purchased
the building nnd lot on whloh Cassl
goll itros. aro located for 81,000 cash
through McLcnnlhon & Tracy,
J, Risomnn, the Iloston wool buyor,
Is hero onao inoro and Is doing consi
derable buslnoM. Ho has so far pur
chased some thing like 100.000 pounds
Joo. Simpson tho druggist nt IJIuok
moro's returned yesterday from a trip
to Deadwood and Montana points. Ho
roportslthe spring grass ilno In that
J. J, Dyer of DoLcon Tex. who has
boon employed on tho building on the
corner nf Canon and Fox leaves for
homo to-night having received n mes
sago announcing tho dangorous lllnoss
of his mother,
John uardnnl, or san Angoio, an
old friend of Will Woomer and an ex
perlonced mixologist, having held posl
tlons in many of tho most palatial
samplo rooms of the big cities, will of
llcluto nt tho Central and cater to tho
wants of its customers for liquid ro
freshmcnts. Mr. 0, arrived Wcdncs
last week wont to
con for with Oov.
iiext Saturduy June 10 at 2 p tn. to ur-
rng for dipping und other matters of
Vln Smith was boforo Justlco Hob
nets, Wednesday, for throwing a knife
atonoof W. L. Hughes' boys. Hon
was given ton day's time and cost,
much to his regret.
II. A. Nyraeyor returned to Alamo
gordo, Sunday, after a stay of one day
in'Carlsbud, Mr. Nymeyer says his
tnino Is getting better and ho expects
soon to be shipping ore.
No preaching services at tho .Ilap
tist church to-morrow, owing to tho
absenco of Dr Emerson In attondanco
ot the comnonccmonv exercises of tho
Military Institute at Itoswoll.
Four-llfths of the farms around Otis
are lying Idle this season and many of
tho farmers who are tilling the soil
complain about tbo manner they are
treated by the company on water mat
The Argils some tlmo since suggest
ed that tho vacant lots opposlt Hotel
Behlltz bo planted to alfalfa. The
Current predicts (he lots will be "plant,
ed" to a handsome business house
portly whloh would look better than
A. Norbom, n health seeker who
left here a month ago after spending
the winter In Eddy returned this
week, satlslled that this Is tho best
plage, for health He spent a month In
1 "Paso and Alamogordo and says It's
too dusty In either place for him.
. Jos. Bernal still holds forth with 0.
T. A. Robertson and has sold about
filOO worth of steel spring Dlts and
amirs the last month of more. Mr.
Austin, Toxus, to
Snyors on tho Jim Nlto matter,
Is tho thief and murderer captured by
Sheriff Stewart and posso who Is so
badly wanted by tho shorlff iof Long
vlow, Tcxuh, thut ho mudu a trip to
Sunta Fo and by tho use of thoso
methods best known to Texas nlllchils
to properly approach a Mexican acting
governor, secured requisition papers
for Nlto. It scorns this samo sheriff
had once buforo obtaluod porsosHlon
of Nlto uftor having ottered n big ro
ward for his capture. Tho sheriff
never puid tho rowurd. Then Nlto
csouped und another big rowurd, It In
suld, of 8U,5U0 was offered for Nlto
Sheriff Stewart returned yontordny
morning ho anys tho total rewards of
fcrod for Nlto amount to but 6G00. and
thut so fur as ho could learn tho report
thut tho uctlng governor had Issued a
requlsltutlon was a fabrication of soma
one. ho witsnsiieuuy tuo uuiiioriuoH
of Texas to deliver Nlto to Lougview
an a trial for murder could bu hud In
tho ro-hearlng granted by the courts o'
Texas for the murder of tho cashier of
the batik at Long vlow. Whotnor or
not Sheriff Stewart will deliver Nlto
he bus not decided. Tho Texas ofll
clals acknowledged thut this county
has tho first und boat claim on Nlto ut
present becnuso of being In tho custody
of our olllcluls for u crime committed
In tho county, and that tho governor's
requisition cannot affect our rights
to try tho muu oven If such roquleltti
tlon Is out,
Febuary 1st, 1800, ho wns driving with
the nmll from Lns Cruces mid was at a
pfllnt about throe utiles north of the,
Chalk hills, when h- iw Ihrw men on
horseback coming from the oppoalto
direction, who turned off th rood at
his approach nnd ho could tint too tlwtr
facts A little later he met Col Foun
tain with the little boy In his litiuk
board, driving s'owly unit appeared
very much worried and anxious.
Fountain stopped and naked him who
those three men ahead wore, and mid
that he feared tin nttaok. jlnrola sold
he did not know, and suggested to
Fountain thet he turn baok and stop
over night at Luna's Wells with hlni,
and thoy could go on Into Las Crtitos
together noxt duy when Ho would ho
returning with the mail from Ttilurosa.
Fountain appeared to hoeltnto a mom
ent or two and then said that he had
o get home thut night and would go
on and toko hi ohanow. Then thoy
separated, Fountain on towards Las
Cruces und Jlnrola on towards Luna's
Noxt day Harold fearing that some
acoidont had befallen thorn, watched
tholr trucks carefully as hoilrovo tow
ards Las Crimea on his return trip.
About two and a half miles south of
tho Chalk hills or about live and nno
half miles from where ho had met him
the day before the wltnote found that
Fountain's truck left the road and turn
ed toward the Jnrlllus.
Ho followed tho track it short dis
tance, hut finding no sign of the buck
board he turned und drove hastily Into
Las Crucos and gave tho alarm. I
After the dlsapperanco ho found a
pool of blood dried and souktd into
tho sand near tho point where tho
tracks of Fountain's buckboard left the
Tho witnesses' statements did not
vary uudor cross examination,
Cutnnno Dlogo, one of tho searching
purty who went out with Albert Fount
nln corrobatod his testimony of yes
Major II. Vun l'atton, ox-sherlH o
Donn Ana county, than took tho stand
Ho testified that ho went out from Las
Cruces with a eurchlng party whon
tho nowB of Fountains dlsappoaranco
At a point about -125 slops from tho
Chalk hills ho found n pool of blood
soaked Into tho sand, This ho eollec
od und dollvered to Oov. Thornton. At
the sumo point he found u five nnd a
Ar You in Good ?
If to, thon be onfttftll if yOTtioIt. )
Wtm ytm don't fwil wen find (
5 Imft to tflko n fmie meufiltie, .?
) take only Unit wweh Is ' S
f Pur6 In Quality and of
s That la Just what you always
5 ohlHln when buying our drugs. S
T. E. BLAOKMORE.
2 Doors south of Hotel.
We Don't Puff
about nnvlnn nrlnter
Rnlnrlet It U aomo-
n to Rooa tniio.
bum prlntern k( blu(t)
Mi THO CWlllfcNT UOW
iiitoi mo ioi tirinimi!
imi mun in ittjuy
nnd Ifll tlie other tel-
II on wnnt 8mmI print-
' ii biiwiii wmm imn
tiilntr (orel mi
low pun iiliout blmV
nu bMUM It U alien ii
oirioo. but II you waui tiuutty
worti by train prhitsrn tk itti-
Don't conio fo thin
The Oliver Lee Murder Trlal
Tho cuso against Oliver Lee dnd Jim
OIHand was called Monday at 1 1 tils
l.n..iinli Qlnrr xmoitv IT It Pftrirni
son und A. B. Fall appearing for the J u .lm.fl Jreed and to
defense and W. is. uiuiders una t. jj.
Catron usblstlug tho prosecution.
Prom Kl Tmo Tlran.
HiLLSUOiio. N. M., May 30.-The
Orst witness oalled In the Fountain
murder oase was T. Ii. Heman, who . nd Umt wug on oneroy 0f ail
was foreman of Uio grand jury or Mn- HI1j MoNow and the two foe-
ten cent piece ouch bearing spots of
blood. Illood was ulo found on a
patch of grass there.
nA3IAOI.NO TMT13I0NV AOAI.NST I.HK
Herald Ilureati, Illllsboro, N. M
Juno 1 This morning Jim Could,
whoso cousin married Ollllland, took
the stand to say that ho saw McNow
und Ollllland ubout Fob. 1 and thoy
told him ubout Fountain's disappearance.
"Ollllland said a posso was out hunt'
In for Fountain," said tho witnossi
'lalor ho told mo that old man Foun
tain camo from Texas In u chicken
coon and had prized tin hell ever since
. . - . i
he'd been In Now Mexico but wouldn't
nrizo up any more. I asked him about
killing the child. He said it was noth
was liko killing a dog,
(Cross examined by Fall) Wltnoss
was not poslttvo us to dates, and ad
milled ho had talked tho story over
with his father. Witness said that
during March, 1SU7, he was In the Eddy
cola county, January, 1800 the last sos
slou of oourt atonded by Col. Fountain
prior to his dlsapperunoe. He testified
that at tho session Indletmants were
found against Oliver Leuutid William
McNo w for luroeny of oottle. The wit
ness stated that those had beon obtain
ed chiefly through the efforts of Col,
Fountain. Tho attorneys for the de
fense bbjeoted strenuously to the In-
tlons In tho mountains went armed for
Jtiley lluker was tho next witness.
He ami Ollllland married sisters. Wit
ttw said uiiiuami snawea mm uio
spot where ho and defendants watch
ed with u field glass tho party trolling
'Ollllland told me,' said witness.
that the bodies would never bofouud
and no ono would over bo convicted
traduction of this latter
r ha had seve i voars exner- showing u motive for tbo alleged crime, j that tllng8 ,d quleted down
?1T ,8 tfm"?. fJTl Ch Si nd thoy tried hard to keep It from the old mon ounUlll ldi,appeared.
,0"..u 'V. ' ..v." D:: tT.: ",. Jury. Judge rarker, however, over. Cro.examined witness told of him
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Uertllieu copies ui mo nm muiut-
mentswere then offered in evidence
and read to tho Jury.
The cross-examination brought out
the fact that Lees Dow was the chief
witness against the defendants, ob
whose testimony tho indictments were
Saturnlno Uarela was the next wit
ness called. At the time of the alleged
Attorney W. A. Hawkins well known
here Is at tho head of the scheme to
stock the Sacramento mountains with
Enpllch phtsants. Hawkins has en.
glnaiVrtd tudfiy sohemes In the line of
TalTways, etc. But the seheme to stock
the mountains with phejants Is the
biggest yet. 1
Rev. Jno. t. Kell has resigned the
pastorship of tho Presbyterian church
a house top all day ut Alamogordo last
oleotlon to get the drop on Lee and
Ollllland when they came In to vote.
Other sensational evldenoe tending to
how a conspiracy to kill Leo was
brought out by Judge Full.
tj take effect about July at the end of murder he oarrled the Tularosa mall
bis second year. Mr. and Mrs Ken from Las cruet asiar as iuna s wens,
On aooeunt of commencement exer
cises of tho New Mexico Military In
stitute at one and one-third fare for
will probably reside in Kansas. Hay.
Kell has msda many friends, while
among us audit Is with regret lilsde
pitture (i Beted
He was the last person who
Fountain and the Utile boy.
About 8 o'eloek o 'he afternoon of
round trip .lOoe -8 final limit June
saw Col. 1 11 th,
Dq.n I). Donahok,
0 1. & Tkt. Agt.
EDDY, N. M.
D. W. OORIIART,
HILLSIDE DAIRY FARM.
F. E. UltYANT, Proprietor.
Frooh Milk, Crenm and Buttor Dollvorod to
All Parts of the City.
Special Cows fop Invalids nnd Childron.
COWS FROM OUR RHOlSTF.Rltl) II BHD OF JMlSBr
FOR SAL1- AT ALL TIM IIS.
insphotiou xisrxr xvjut.
S. T. BITTING,
3 Doors llolow Hotel Windsor,
Ortrtu M Hl
5 A gciliM'itl banking bu
RxelHinKt) furnlstHM) to eu.
trnnm flror al eliHrx.
0-8.0'h O-QOkO. coete
Arthi" r R. O'Quinn
An.nt lor Schlltt and' Anheuior-IlUHh
S. T. BITTING,
EDDY, NEW MEXICO.
Sporting Goods. Saddlery
areost Stock and Lowest
Prices in tin Gi i
And the best cone.
Syrups und crushed
Fruits ore what tho
Hddy Drug Co. tlruw
their ilno soda from.
Wo will still keep up
our past record and
sorvo only tho best.
Cold as Ice!
: Drug ;
STTT qr'V'V T T 9
A. N. MATT, Prop'r.
D. J. Thomas.
I M. Oolller.
Thomas & Collier,
?Uns ansLMtimates luruih6t
ma til wWk. don. tirSmptlf.
Knnv. NBW MUX.
Mm. Joe Hunt li been hiiiii iy ill
(J on,! work Riior.iiti 4d it i unit loa
jtrlu . by W. (1. Jlrown.
Urn. WhtOliPt Moehlitu opt-ruted
oil Mrs. Still. un'y, Siiiutny.
Mr. I . S. Osbnrttf returned Tues
day fro ui nn extended eastern trip.
MsLannUiaii , Traoy this week
Mid lot il, block M, to 0. W. Iwls.
Iloiiieinber the I tie of July meeting
tit the oourt linns Tuetduy uvtuiliifr,
Mason fruit Jars at Pnrdiios with
rlilibert, All slxea nt tho lowest prices.
J ne. W. Poo, the Itoswoll bitifkor,
wis u nor th bound puseenfror Wedncs.
It you want to teo n big tlmo tbo
Fourth turn out and holp got tho cole
Milton Whltuoyottho O.S- division
of mils arrived yesterday moriiliiff and
will bo here suvcrnl days.
II. A. WIkkIiis Is rendy to do nil kind
of mowing und ntklnff, everything rur
nlshed, nt ?r cents per noro.
Losti-Muslc roll containing sovcral
pieoefli probubly between town and
Lu lluerU. Return to Arthur Drapor.
Kd, O. Hughes, hailing from Den
ver, wits hero this week to cheek up
with Mol.onathon & Tracy on lire In
surance. Dr L. Ilerlritml, the dentlHt, will
louvu this nfternnon for his homo in
Raton Rougo, Lit., hnving decided to
louve Kddy fur good.
T. F. lllnokmoro In his nd this woek
ngHln onlls attuntiou to the fact thai
ho bus tho purest nnd best drugs on
tho mitrkel. IIu nlso hug n complete
Moro pralrlu schooners front Texas
have been golug through this week on
route to the Sacramento mountains,
where they will have it hard time try
Ing to make a living,
The team nttuuhed to the water
wagon took a rtinuwny notion Wed
nesday and had rt gonoral time break
ing the wagou tonguo and tearing up
Carlsbad will bo represented by large
crowd ut the commencement exercises
of the Military Institute ntvIlosWoil,
owing to tho liberal rates made by tho
P. V. N. H. Railway.
Tho rfitig of sugnr brat nuil the
ronnufnotiinnir of ungnt from them cm
ploys thoatAtiili of parson In (Irrinniiy,
nuJ Is n aourro of grint proQt to those
who Imto invented thclt mono in tho
indoatry. Au ciiormos nmouiit of that
licet ougnr Is Imported to the UnlluJ
Hluli-c Thu Oorinnu tunnufnoturur iinrs
tliti f r litht the profit to the Importer, the
anlvng nnd y.t oiu ngord tu aell hi beet
niiir nu Ainnrlonn mnrkotn n chlnp an
Iho Kuiir prodnoi'il Ip tlil. country. Many
tttlmi in i'w Mm ico nre belter nhnpt
icl to I Iw. Miliar bift luduitry tlinn the
ihimI (uvuii-d inttuf (li'iumny, nnd tugsr
could be produced ohvnpur III this terri
tory tliau nnywhnre cite in the world.
With .o in ii oh onpllnl rueklug Inr.ntmcut
tlmre fhoiilcl lie little cllfllcully In Mtnb-
llliliig Ihu hrnlMiKnr Iniliutryon n Inrge
ottl In thl territory. -Now Meiienn.
AUI NT 8W ANTl.ll- l or
Achlevoineiits ol Ailiulrnl
wnrlir umntmitnnvnl hero. Uv X
nil-mi (ho llto-lnuHjirlriiil nml mlitilrw ilk
riHiinii' iiiol. nfaaxet niui tHMt boaK,.qy
yri Br, nxid iiirn; iienny
utiiu iiiuKiniiiiiuii. uniy gi,
The I.lf. mill
il newy," tjio
u. I ) MQlMt llfl
minion ( .iinimii). Jrxl riMir Ciixlou
Clmnrr l n life tliue
ulGk Tint lifi
Peaches for Canning.
People desiring peauhea for cunning
und preserving nro advised to leave
orders at Tracy & McKwan's nt once,
for tho early crop will bo thu only
plentiful ono. Prlco 83.00 per 100
pounds nt tho Tracy orchard, and 8:1X0
delivered In Kddy. my IS.-tt
A. J. ALLEN,
And nil kinds of Sunnlios.
Bronson Block, - Ifliltly,
T iliutrn tn unv In thu tu inlft nf ttililr
that I hayo moved tny stock of Har
ness, &auuics, jmibkiih, r.io., irom aiki
land und havo oponetl up In Hddy next
door to the 15. K restaurant.
the latest and best gooUs to bo found
and I Invito the publlo to call on me
when In need of anything in this lino
Reonlr Work Done