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CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1809.
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IIARPIELD ot CANTREILL, Proprietor.
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A HOT DAY EPISODE. ,
Tlti Vnnnti Man Wniilril a Hook Thai
M'uuld J'rctsu III Uluud.
"Ilavu you nuythlnit horrible lu
stock T nNkoil tho young man with tha
limn collnr und tun suffused brow ns
ho wulked Into tlm litlr of Uio book
"Uy nuy particular uuthorr"
"I couldn't specify. To tell you tho
truth, I olu't lltomry. nut n friend of
mind was describing something ho
rend, mid I liuvu been thinking that
uiaybo books hnvo tuoro sonso In 'cm
thmi I gnve oiu credit for. I forgot
tho immu of It, but anything In that
"Thoro nro somo ghost stories over
on that nholf."
".May I rt'Oil n Uttlo In 'cm just to
saruplo tho goodsF
In less than n quarter of an hour ho
co mo back to tho bookseller.
"It'll tako to long to Ond out that
way," he said. "I haven't scon any
thlug yot that tills tho hill."
'Tin afraid we haven't what you
want In stock."
"I'll got ray friend to giro mo tlm
tltto nnd then como back. Ho said It
would bo something that would froozo
tho blood lu your veins and mako your
hair stand on end. It I could tlnd
Homothlug to do that, I'd bo tho most
liberal customer you over sold to, I'm
dead tired of having tho blood go
through my veins Ilko hot vrnbT
through tho pipes of a Turkish bath,
and If I could got Homethlng that
would innlto my hair stand on end
nwhllo ho tho brocso could got through
It I'd give you tho biggest bill In my
salary onvnlopo and never say a word
except 'keep tho change' "Washing.
a TUrouf U DUlM n it. Vutk.
I THE FASTEST TIME EVER MADE.
H A Pnlnoo on Wheels. 5
S Be aeareit ticket tnt (or CarU.tr
g E. P. TURNER, Q. P. A T. A.,
El Paso & Northeastern
El Paso & Northeastern Railway.
I.eavw Altttmwordo 11:20 p. in.
ArtiVBS 151 I'sso 7:16 p. in.
Laura 1.1 i'aso 10:30 a m.
Arrives Aluinogordo U?4li p. m.
Milking eoiinectloii at HI I'nso for
thB wt, west ami an points in aioxiou.
ConuMtitig at Alamogordo with tho
htage liuv lor
White Oaks Country.
WUlt 0ks, Ikiiilto, Nogtils, Gray,
nua saiauo oosi ueius.
ALaa aotiHsoUnif with Tularoo stage
llnowlitflh Iwhvm Alamogordo ufttsr
arrival of train aaah dttV. Laavaa
1 ultroM at 10 M a. is., I Imz at 12
in., maMutt oonnscUon witlt the south
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Live Territorial News,
THE POOR PROFESSOR.
Arthur R. Q'Qulnn,
The Standard Oil Monopoly.
In 1891 the Standard Oil dorap.my sb
torbed tho independent Oil compftny
which had Its roflncrynt Florence, Colo.;
ilnco then tho markets ot tho southwest
generally novo been at tho mercy ot tho
Mamlsrd Oil company whloh destrovnd tho
Colorado enterprise Thcro nro many
merchants In Now Moxlco who suffered
considerable loss upon coal oil which tboy
ha Doughtoltho Colorado company bo
cftuto tho Standard Oil company shipped
oil Into every town where a car ot tho
Colorado product was received nnd tho
Standard was directed to tell at such rrl-
ccs ns would mako tho buyers from tho
IIJUUMUUUCII! IMI VUUIlliy IUIU IIIUIIU)4
Tho Standard has since maintained aruv
trary prices throughout Now Mexico re
g&rdlcss ot tho cost ot freight nnd produe
In all Now Moxlco towns tho prices
charged merchants for oil nniljgasollno aro
about donblo that which tho El Paso mer
chants pny for tho samo commodity and
tho dealers In Kl I'aio actually soil nt n
profit and retail nt figures una third lower
than tho New Mexican dealers hnvo to pay
tho Standard Oil company.,
Tho Standard Oil company dnnnnt rob
lbs pooplo ot Texas, (or that state and Its
legislatures hnvo a habit of getting ntccr
monopolies "hot foot," Tho stnto ot Tox
rs bos for years been pursuing the Stand
ard Oil company In tho courts and that
monopoly daro not add to tho resentment
o thnpcopiooltho stnto by raining tho
prices of ooul oil and gasoline. Now Mox
I co has been robbed by this monopoly over
stneo It was nblo to crush opposltioc by
cutting prices nnd this oppression will go
unchecked so long ns tho pooplo do not re
sist it to tho utmost.
It Is true that tho first restrictive legisla
tion attempted by tho New Moxlco lcgitln-
turo has failed to accomplish what was In
tended bat thcro Is a hereafter and other
and moro effective laws can bo enacted by
ho next session o( tho Now Mexico ns-
Thbrolsuo micitlon of nolltlos about
this mnttsr: tho people- of Now Mexico
pny at least Nil cents moro per gallon for
coal oil and gasoline than do those who
live now miles distant In a state where
monopoly meets with n constant nml vigor
our opposition from the courts and law
Had New Mexico begun her light when
tho state ol Texas did sbo might nt least
have kept that gigantic corporation from
advancing prices and hnro saved for the
pooplo sovcral millions ot dollars by this
The oil monopoly question is n live lssuo
and no mau should bo elected to tho tegis
latlvo assembly who cannot bo (depended
upon to uo all In his power to sccuro re
straining legislation which will prevuut
tbb greatest monopoly In cxistanco from
robbing tho pooplo ijnd defying tbu terrl
tory. Tho time has como when other
states will curb It, commonwealths who
have much less causo than Now Mexico,
and tllo peoplo hero expect to sco an ct
tort made to restrict tho damnablo opera
lions ot theStandsrd Oil company aud to
compel that comyany to bu decent nnd
fair In Its charges for coal oil, gasolino and
Aprnion In Trars.
Do Long Stoyro (who has boon pros
ing on In tho same manner for throo
hounOSefl tho trees, MIm Urlglit;
how Ilko human IkjIdrh they nro. Tboy
know when It In tlmo to doff tbolr
summer garb and don their autumn
trappings. And In tho spring
Miss IlrlgbU-Aud In the spring, Mr.
Htnyro, tlioy show tholr lutelllgenco by
leaving at tho proper tlmo. Now York
The funic, hut IIIRrnnl.
Commuter When I ilrut wont to live
kin tho country. I pronounced tho uamo
of my house "OaUmrst Cottage."
Oltunan won, now rto you pro-
nomico It nowV
Oomtnuter "O'Ourst Cottage.M-fNew
fouthful North Briton (on honey
moon tour, proud of his Froncb) Qas
aarcon-Oul, m'slou, tout do sultol
Admiring Urldo Losht Sandy, wot
did ho say'
Youthful North Jlrltou (rtrther taken
aback) Awec), Jcauate, dear, bo kcQfl
I'm Scotch, and ho asked mo to "tiV
a seat." Punch.
"And then," said tho naval hero who
was tnaklug hU way slowly and re
luctantly homeward after a prolonged
absence from his uativo land, "think
of tho babies I'vo got to moot who havo
beeu named for mo sinco I wont
And he sighed heavily. Chicago
"No wonder Uio French peoplo aro
"Why Do you attribute It to their
"Not altogether. They publish moro
poetry lu Franco than In any, other
country on earth." Chicago Times
Herald. No Vs.
First Lawn Caterpillar We'Ta got
this grass finished. Let's tacklo thoso
Second Lawn Caterpillar What's
tho usoT Tho pooplo who 11 vo hero
have ben trylug- for ten years to kill
It oft and can't do It Chicago Trib
une. X Ircaaaa.
"You continually refer to yourself as
a Filipino leader"
"liy what rightt"
"There has never yet been a retreat
that I wasn't at tho Lead of tho pro
cession." Washington Star.
lo That's Bett!&.
"Did Qcorso proposo to you on his
"No I 1 want you to understand that
I never eat on his lap until nftor wo
wero ccgoged." Chicago Ulmcc-Her
"How did you get a start-ns ainart-
"Well, when I was a bootblack, I
used seven different shades of polish
on tan shoos." Chicago Record.
If 'OU K
Oat what m
$n want and only 9s.
pay for g
what suitfl S
you whin yu jg
you Printing S
pal done by m
The Gurrent m
mJL.iL. A .u.ut.jijuji-j..' miu.uuiujL.uj. Jl -l
L. L. COOK,
Will repair broken and out of order
l'mi, Windmills, etc. All kinds ot work
Learo orders at Tracy & MeEwan'i.
The XJal l'rcllntlnMlei.
Tho theatrical soaftoti Is open. Ton
actresscM havo stopped runaway teams,
ouo has caught n thief, two havo had
their diamonds stolon and a fow barn
tried, to.net -Uultlmoro Amorluun.
OruOnil Kor Muatileloa,
"What makoM you think sho Is
ting aloug In yenra?"
Tho only blrtlidny poetics thcy'itatro
at tholr houso now nro for hoc hus
band." Chlcugo Tlmca-Ucrold.
Ilrlteallr Needatl n MUnrf, but Didn't
Wjt lu lln Tilil Nil
The professor hod not Ixxm shavird
for four or live days owing to hard
study on a Hula sctotttitto prebliti.
Ho enuio down from his room the oth
or mornlug In this condition and, not
having solved tho prohlmu, was not In
it very pleasant franiu of mind ns he
put on his coat nud hat to gu out.
"John, dear, nren t you going to
shave boforu you go outr usked his
wife lu n stirprlsml tono.
Tho profatwor growlml something
about women minding tholr own busi
ness, slammed tho door nud was gone.
This wan only a starter.
Tho proft'SNor had not gone two
blocks boforo a harbor, standing In tho
door of his shop, hulled hi in thus,
"Hlmvp, Hirr John had really intend
ed stopping lu tho place; but, being
wumt under tho collnr already, this rev
mark did not cool hlin off. So tho lmr
tMir lost n customer. Farther along
the profoitflor mot a friend heading for
a barber shop who United John If ho
wnn going that way.
llv this limn tlm nrnfeHSor wits mud.
so mad, lit'fnct, Unit ho tliroalutiwl to
nnulhllalo tho noxt ponton whit re
ferred to his face In any way.
Continuing on down tho atruut, ho
met his frtoud Jouos. Joiioh, notic
ing the profoiwor'M dejected look, wild
as thoy iieurod a saloon: "Professor,
you need n 'raiser.' Have one with
Tho professor, still thinking of Ids
rjHrnlug'H ndvouturos, thought Joiiha
mount "rnsor." Ho was now hopping
mnd. This was tho last Insult he
would stand. Klluglng off Ids t. tt, he
made n rush nt Jouos. 11 vo :.':titeH
lntor thoy wero both hauled away In
tho patrol. rlttsburg Prose.
.Mi WOftK OOARANTHBU,
Irst'Olnss blneksmllhlng, Carriage paint
ing and wood work of all kfmls.
S. T. BITTING,
EDDY. NME XICO.
l'urelr nu Ant at Kltidnai.
Mother I found Homo clgaxottes in
your pocket, Johnny.
Johnny-1 took them away from
Billy Smith so'a ho wouldn't smoko
'cm. Stray Stories.
An. ISxtrenn Cue,
"Isn't Jobbs somewhat pcuurlousf
"He's to stingy that ho wou't give his
children middle names." Chicago Hoc-
"Aflmi Cavonno." wild Wllllo Wish
Ington, "you aro nlwayn laughing nt
"Tlmt'H very true. I'll try to quit, If
it annoys you."
"It doesn't annoy me. I am content
to Hit perfectly silent and lot you
laugh at mo ever nlnco I heard you say
thoro was nothing you wero fonder uf
than something really funny." Wash
8E0, w. mobiles
LI very, Food. Sale
m a Bsc cm bms
llilim iruniiiD,,, .tnilimi lit uiu.u lui
saddlo, driving or heavy work,
House moving proinpt
ItlnatrntloD Ilrndv at Hand.
Stttdeut-lluut oxpuuds tiiul cold con
Profesxor Corrvot. Ulvo an oxain-
Student During tho summer tho af
fections of city people for tholv coun
try relatives oxpuud aud lu wluter
thoy contract Ohio State Journal.
"What'ri thlsl" oxelalmcd tho hungry
roan. "You havo uo less thau half a
dozen dishes hero styled 'a la dos
"Yes." paid tho wultor affably.
"1'hut's because we aro uot allowed to
tell what's in 'oiu." Washington Star
nli. mvl Rnmntlilnu iniiMt lm mronir,
perhaps thoro's a big strlko."
l'wlinl intiktMi vim tlilnt so 7"
"Lookl Thoy haven't got our street
torn up for a gas leak this morning as
far as you can see," Chleagn TluiM
Tftia lti.vlM.1 Vnrftlon.
t "Well, rain falls on tho just and tho
"Mot muctu the uniust steal uw
Ojreius." ubicago ueeord.
A Ua'or IlrarylblDii.
I Bfyemt & j
( Paper Hangers
? Decorators S
i and Slfi:n )
j Writers.... ?
7 SatlHf action (liuirnnteml. )
? Wo allow nono
? to undexbld UJ . t
or do better work... 7
Pecos Valley &. Hortheastem
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Train No. 1 IsavM I'MiM.LI'sxai.l dally at
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Bookkeeper Your young sen has
just eateu somo ot that ct&nica) fcr
tllircr, air, that no one will twy.
Bmployer For lieavea'fl sake, Ifhopo
k.liosu't hurt blml
Jiookkeeper Not lu the least, Sir.
Employ eiwWell, then, UwoxssMiiell
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