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THM CARIjURAD CURRUXT. FRtVAT, At'OlST 0. 1010.
Owning A Homo Is An Easy attor If You Loarn To ( y Savo Small Sums Don't wait until you have ALL i the cash you need. A homo was never bought for cash by a man in moderate circumstances. LET UNCLE SAM HELI YOU Start Saving small sums and buy War Savings Stamps. You can get them at banks and postoffices and from authorized sales agents. They earn interest while you save. Better still, get Registered Treas ury Savings Certificates. They come . in two sizes, $100 and $1,000. You can exchange War Savings Stamps for them or buy them outright. They also earn interest for you. After you get your HOMK FUND started, come around and figure with us. The sooner you can quit paying rent, the sooner you'll be spending your own money, instead of letting the landlord do it. Get Uusy Savingl C M. RICHARDS LUMBER DEALER : (G'ror Lumber Co.i Carlsbad, New Mexico MAS AUUKHTKI AT HAMHA OS fWIIITU HL.WKIIV CIIAIHiK. Francisco Knriiiuei of L Onices lleleneed On iuooamuni When Woman lmrnlNl To 't, tío To Children. Francisca Enriques of Las Cruces charged with violation ot the Mann act was released on his own recog nisance Saturday by United Slates Commissioner Dennis F. McDonald after Mrs. Anita M. Provenclo. who. It was alleged, accompanied him k. hnm. f.aa Crurpa to Fl Taso and then to Randlu, N.Í M., promised to go back to her four children. The man waa warned to stsv away from her. Enriques was ntrested by Deputy 1 tilted States Marshal Harry A. Murohv at the village r-f Sandia, where he, and the woman were said t- have been living for a week, pod brought here for arraignment before the commissioner. The woman also was brought here as a witness. Enriques had at one lime board ed at the woman's home on a touch near Las Cruces and, It was said, after a quarrel between her and her husband three weeks Ieo, sue and Enriques went to Kl I'aso. Hut woman was said to have sug gested their going. It wuh said that they came to Sandia, where t'i" arrest of Enriques s made, i Mrs. I'rovencio, although tne mother of four children, appeared to be not more than 25 years ni l and Enriques1 about three years older. Albuquerquo Journal. Miss Mnrv I'userv In Ihi ine.l of Miss Heulah Dnrrlll at Vun Horn, Tesas, this week. R, M. Til ORNE UNDERTAKER LICENSED EMDALMER Telephone 70 ' The Motor "We Stale 'Em XUF jr eausEvs shopÍ -l'HO.XE 823. - llIAItUViyvT7T7nrvor 3 JAMKS Itlll.ltl.VU COMH.KTK. The James bulldlnu'. east of the National Bank of Carlsbad, U now complete and has been turued over to the owners by the contractors, and will be ready for occupancy September 1st. It Is a commodi ous two-story building of pressed brick, well lighted by large plate din as windows on the first floor, and with steam heating apparatus In the cellar. J here are ten room on the second floor, which will be let for office looms. The first Moor consists ot two In reo m.iiiii with metal ceilings. One room will be occupied by the Sanitary llarber Shop; the other Is still mi rented, hut will probably soon be taken. I'aul Ares came to town Tuesday from his ranch, bringing with him Mi" Grace Ilearup, who has been visiting her relatives In the moun tains for some weeks. Mr. Ares says he has his dipping vat com peted aild U now L'nthflrliiir hla cattle preparatory to dipping. A I man-sited Job to dip the cattle on' ine res ranches. SAFETY FIRST SEE W. F. MMLVAIN FOR INSURANCE FIRE, AUTOMOBILE AND BONDS a Specialist a Talk to "O." BED. CATTLE FOt'ND WITH ntUNDS Hustlers anil llnuvl Humen Work In lluslly In Hoco tro County llound-up la Meld. Magdalena, Aim. 13. It ha been thought (or tome (line that cattle rustiera iand brand burners had been at work In this vicinity, and as the result of an .....iim tlon which has been made, a large number ot cattle have beet found In the pastures of Victor I'appas, mar the Water canyon. The first roundup secured 86 burned brands which belonged to some eight or ten different cattlemen In the vlcl Mtjr. Iiater other rattle were found with the brands In this con dition, making a total of over 100 head. The cattle were surrendered by Pappa, who said that they were branded by other parties and that he was confident they were his own cattle. A thorough Investigation l being made and If possible tne rus tlers will be run to earth and pun ished. Another Company on Trail of Hustler. Silver City. The Oila-Frlsro Live stork association has appointed rhllllp Anderson, for many years a resident of O rant county, as speci al field agent for the association. Mr. Anderson was for some time special deputy sheriff at Silver City and has had much experience as a peace officer. The association Ik a new one and was organised for the purpose of putting a stop to the stealing of cattlo and kill ing on the ranges. Pldn't Mlnhranit Cattle. Wlllard. N. M. A. J. Oreen of. Estancia, charged with the unlaw ful branding of cattle, was acquit ted at a preliminary hearing before Jmlse l.oob, Wednesday morning. The defendant was represented by n. O. Caldwell of Mnuntalnslr and Fred Ayes of Kstanrla anil the stale by It. L. Hitt. CIVIL SKHVICK KXAMIWTIOXH I.KOI'KNKH TO IMSt'llUlKKO YANKS. Coder nn opinion of the Altor-; ncy Oeneral recently rendered to' ; the Civil Service Commission, t'n'f-' : til S'.stes soldiers, sailors, and ma-' rlnes who missed opportunity to ' nlir cl' ll service cximinatlnns he. came of their nillitnry or nival ; service may now tie- viven i rhnncc' i to (iiitillfy for Cnveiiimcnt employ, i ment. ) ! The civil Service C-miinlssiroi. ; wishing to civ- (IIsiIi.ul'i'iI service luí!, every nnpnrf ut'ltv in iiii,l"Y. for civil position!), ask"il the Attor-j nev Hcncral for r.n opinion as ! ' whether It wonM he lecal to open' for the benefit (f hnnnrnhlv d' rtinreed soldiers, sailor, r.nd mc tines, examinations which h.id boon flosrd. The Atlornev (', ,i rnl h n -: Inir expressed the nolnlon that siieli rcllon Is legal In view of trp sn'iHj o' a recent act of Cnngi'sn whlrli provides for preference In pnnlnt tufiit to civil positions for dlsrhnrii- ed soldiers, is lors. ind mirlns the Civil Serv Commission wi'.l open only to honorable d'scliareed j service men exumlnnt'ons whlrh were 'pending 01 April 1. 1117, ilici il.ilr ni nerlca's d-"larnilon of war. or . h . 1 w re su'iseiiuontlv I smuni'iri , r nd fr,- whi.Mi rc.tistere of ellg!hlv. now exist. SiKf. days from Anuid 1. 1 r. 1 f. will he nllowi-.l soldiers, sailors, end matines In which to tie exam Ired fn positions To . Iilrli nii'lnatlnns have iilrenlv liocn Inld If they were duchara.-. I rmn Hie military or naval service prior tn AiiuiiHt 1. nuil sixty davs fmui tlie r'atp of their disc ha rue w.ll If ni lowed those dlschnrre) siiliseiinnt to August 1, 1 ft 1 ft. Wm. H. Miillane whs .imniiT the passengers south 011 t'i- morn In 17 ttuln Wednesday, coin t o Van Horn to visit his son, .1. T. and liicldentnlly to take pari I 'I the lilg celebration and barbi'cii held t.iere yesterday. Little Cus Middleton Is epctiillni; tills week at Queen, gating wllh hi I'nrle (!us last Sunday. Keep Well Do not allow the poisons of undigested food to accumulate In your bowels, where they are absorbed into your system. Indigestion, con lipstion, headache, bad blood, and numerous other troubles are bound to follow. Keep your system clean, as thous ands of others do, by taking an occasional dose of the old, reliable, vg etable, family liver mew cine. Thedford'8 Hack-Draught Mrs. W. P. Pickle, of Rising Fawn, Oa., write We rave used Theu lord's Black-Draught as family medicine. My mother-in-law could not take calomel as It seemed too strong for her, so she used Black-DrauRht as a mild laxative and liver recvlator . , . w e use it In the family and believe , It is the best medicine for the liver made." Try It insist on the cenulne 01 ro. trcra. zscapick- ri I Thedlord'l. Be pack- I if Vage. E-75 . mntrtB irmriu nrremrtmi : SUNMíSOIOOL Lesson (By RKV. P. H KITZWATKIl TV T Tsarhar of Knsllah Hlble In tlie Mood? Bible Inatllut. ot Chlcao. ft'npvrlaht, Mil W.trn Nl.p. t'ntnnt LESSON FOR AUGUST 31 ILf CONTROL (Temptranct). I.MsrtN TrtXT-tlsnlel I l-M. OOMKM TKXT-r.v.ry man that Strlvclh for tht mastery U temporal la all thlnsa-l Cor t a ADIllTIONAI. MATRRIAL-Romsns 14: 1-3, I IV. M-V. rfUMART TOPtr-KeepIng asrsy rrofa things which may harm ua. Jl'NIOR TOPIC-Tha alory of a bey wttn becama a alrons man. INTRRMRDf ATR TOPIC - laarnln self-mastary. aRNIOR ANO ADt'I.T TOPir-ialf. control th aecrat at imivn It Is somewhat strsnre that the les son committee should select this Scripture as a temiiersnee lesson, for It says nothing about temperance ss ordlnsrlly understiHMt. Total a list I -nence from Intoxli'stlnx lliiior should lie the Isw of every Christian's life, but It Is nut so toiinlit In this Scrip ture. I. Daniel Ttstsd (vv. !V7). ttanli'l, hile s tender youth, was torn from hume ties snd made n cap tive In a furelgn hind to he trained for service lit the royal court. In or der to be of the In recti service It was necessary that he he linmu'lit to love the king and nation, and he deinched from his ohii people and religion. To accomplish tills lliey 1. Appointed him a dully provis ion vt the king's ment snd wine (r .'). Till, was for a twofold purisise: (I) Tn gnin the (mihI will of liiiulel nr.d his friends. Such r multlon would I'tlcoiirHge llietn to give themselves up tu the king's service. C) To supply them Willi fond deemed suitable for their physical njid mental develop ment. To piirtnke of the food of fered was ngalnst luinlel's religion. Ills conscience would not allow him to partake thereof. )oiiliess tlie meat mid wine li:id connection with heathen fcnsls. I'hanued inline (v. 7). The object of this was to obliterate tiiillonnl ami rillülons coiiiiectloii, and to Identify them with tlie heathen people. Iianlel, which means liud Is my .Judge." was dimmed to Hdr hlinr.zar. meaning lid's prince; linn nnlnh. which means "The gift of Je hovah," to Shndrach. ineanlng Illu mined by the sun god link ; MWIuicl. which mentis "Who Is as tlod." to Meshsch. meaning who Is like the god dess Sheslinch ; Aarlnh, whli li means "Jehovsh Is our help." to Ahed liego, meaning the servnnt of Ncgo. Itehlnd this chunge of mimes was the attempt of Satan to wipe from the minds of these young men Ihe tiume of the true tiod and to cause them to lose their place of separation. II. Daniel Standing ths Tst (vv. Sit). Thoutfh a captive In a foreign bind, tunlel purposed In his heart that he would not defile himself Willi the king's meal nml wine. His home train ing was such that In this trying hour he hud the decision of chiirncier to stand firm for tils conviction. II obeyed the dictates f hi conscience. While unflinchingly loval to lloil he did lint hike his gentlemanly courtesy. He requested to be tested ten days In the food which the law of his tiod allowed, agreeing to abide by the re sults. I.oyulty to ti..d anil c nrionco need not lineiiere wllh c miMi'Iii inly behavior. III. Daniel's Rewsrd (vv. I.VJI). 1. riiyslnil health (v. i:.). liodly and tempérale IMng pus. The klnu's meal mid wine would have been very palatable, but 10 have partaken would have been a eompromb-e with his con science. The exercise of self control In this matter kept his coiiclcnc pure, and also Improved his physical ticiillh. 2. Mental gmwlh (vv. IT'.'ii). He was ten times the superior of Ids as sociates. S. Socially (v. 10). He stood before the king. He not only was next to the 1 king, but became president of the rol- lege of wise men, and prime minister of the empire, continuing througn ser- : eral dynasties (v. 'Jl). 4. Spiritually (v. 17). io! re vealed to him Nehiichudneuiir' dream 1 and gave him visions stretching across the history of Ihe world. The secret of Imnlel's success was (1) conscientiousness; ('.') loyalty to 1 Uod; (3) decision of character; (I) ' prsyerfulness; (5) diligence; (U) cour tesy. ' ! Our Heavenly Fathsr. All of heaven and all ot eurlh ran not contain tiod. There Is something of himself left for the hesrts of men. Just as the water which spills out of the full bucket Is as good as any ot the water In the bucket, so that part of God which dwells In the hearts of men Is Just as murh of God as that of himself which dwells In heaven. Living Influence. 1 Whatever definitions men hsva liv en of religion,, I And none so accurate ly descriptiva of It as this; that It Is such a belief of the Itlhle as maintains a living Influence on the heart aud llfe.-Ocll. Result af Christian Tsmpsr. react Is the proper result of tha Christian temper. It la tha great kind ness which our religion dotb us, that i It brings us to a settladness ofmlnd. land a consistency within ourselves.- Bishop I'atrlck. c a package c a package c a package THE FLAUOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! LCCALNEVS IMks Adello Ohncmi'rf U speed ing the wet k with relatives here, pecllng to leaxe Sllod.i;, nlchl for her home in Artesla. Miss Iielihiu Ki.n'uc.-I, who hul been visiting at the home of Caesar tirandl. south f.f !ovn. re turned to her home in Uovell, Siiiiday night. 1 Mr. and Mrs. l-M win Stephenson are uuuln In town alter u Icnuthy vlslt to neurl every stale III the 1'nlon. and say lliey are more titan glad to be lit home hkiiIii In Carl bad Mrs. Charlotte McAle.r and diiiiKhter win. had been attending tlie camp liieetlnu at (Jileen, came down from there and emit limed on tn 1 heir home In l.akcwoDil Sunday nlulit. 1 Miss ft tit ti ' liiiacnn, w ill leme t" iiitht for ('eolia!. New Mexico, wheie she will leach school the) coining year. Miss Imuran has t.iiiuht successfully each ear since1 lui iMadiiiiliou iu this couniv. and has at the nunc lime beeo an earnest student and all predict lor her a successful ear. Miss Vera Vest, n i,b ce ,0 Mr., and Mrs. M. C. Slew-ni, v'm b.i.s been atteniilng school I 01 f,;- .-nine .wars past, relurin-d Tmsdav fmin the home of her mother, :i ran-' tana, Arlsonn, ready tn enter school with her class the coiMii.g term. 31 x 3. 75 ODD, AIN'T IT? OVERSIZE FOR 30x3 1-2 IT'S A GOODRICH Best in the Loner Run. That's NOT All. You Are Guaranteed 6,000 Miles of Satisfactory Service for $21.30. WEAVER'S GARAGE before the war during the war NOW 187 MIOI I. It I'l l' I I' ti l. KKKD TIIKY l'SMIII,V f N. Willi the exception of a few lo rallties In this country ranchen have Hie opportunity to stark aasl store away inore or less feed this sumiller. No one Is expecting a winter of the character of the last one, when the live stock loss was great and feed enormously high, hut still who ran tell? With the opportunity at hand In most local ities to obtain wild hay, si ork rais ers should profit by their late dear experience and put up all the feed they possibly can. If they cannot use It next winter It will keep, when properly slacked, but there aio few winters when seme feeding Is not necessary to brine stock Out in proper shape In ihe sprltii;. It has been ileiuoiisi i'aie.1 that wry lew wars 1 disastrous winter islts us unexpected, and every tune most .-link liH'll haw been foni il 11 11 pre pa 1 I'd and los the t.u:ts ol their .wars of lilior III a !' weeks. V hell they Could JllSt IIS Well haw been In linlio to feed and at verv lit 1 1 o expense. The sto.kraiscr in ill's coiniry has nevi r ntteiupied to look wrv far into the Inline, he ft ill lllls'il tn) l'i. k as be n 'ed to When slOi k WAS (heap and a few head or a li 11 ml red rr ho loss wis not a toe out to 1m 11 1 . ami he cannot ix.icllv i','t out of the rut. which he nhould. and ran, by n little fon thoi:i;ht Cot-la),- County Siockman. Miss Mona Heard, of l.n Incton, Is spending the week I11 Carlsbad nml atlendlni: the sessions of Kddy county Institute. I