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AND NEW MEXICO SUN
SIXTEENTH YEAR CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY FEBRUARY 7. I DOH. NUMBER 12 SANITARIUM OPENED Commercial Qub Lends Valua ble Assistance to Promoters of a Fiii Sanitarium The following, written by Mr. Cole of the Albuquerque Citizen explains fully the new Sanitari um now located on the old Eddy home in La Huerta: Carlabad, Jan. 31. The repairs and additions which have been under way at the old Eddy estate, two miles from the city, are rapidly approaching comple tion; and patients are already ar riving at the new sanitarium to be established there as the result of an agreement reached some weeks since between the Com mercial Club and Dr. J. P.Jones, a tuberculosis specialist, former ly of Chicago. Much interest is manifested here and at other points where , Dr. Jones is known, because it is believed, not only by the physi cian himself, but by many of his acquaintances, both professional and lay, that he has actually sue ceeded in discovering a chemical compound which, when intro duced into the circulation, de stroys the tubercular germ. The remedy is known as the Jones Chemical Interveinus Treatment for the cure of consumption, and the new institution bears the name of the Carlsbad Tuberculo sis Sanitarium. At the in vitation of P. F. Cole, manager of the enterprise and himself a beneficiary of the treat ment, your correspondent this morning visited the sanitarium and witnessed one of the treat ments. It consisted in the ad ministration of a local anesthetic, followed by the exposure of a vein in the arm, just below the elbow, and the introduction into the circulation of eight ounces of liquid, seven of which the doctor says is sterilized water and the remainder a powerful but harm less antiseptic. At first the patient suffered no apparent inconvenience, but in the course of half an hour he ex perienced reaction in the form of a chill, which was still in pro gress some five minutes later, when the writer left. The treatments are given at intervals of two weeks and three are generally sufficient, though when patients are weak and anaemic, the quantity may be reduced and the number of ap plications reduced slightly. Mr. Cole, formerly of Battle Creek, Mich., who says that he fs com pletely cured of a bad case as a result of Dr. Jones' discovery, is enthusiastic in his comments and has no hesitation in stating as his firm conviction that the treat ment is a success wherever the patient haa anything whatever to build upon. Mr. Cole received his treat ment at his home in Michigan and has complete charts of his case from its inception till the end of the course, and says that he is now entirely free of tuber cular symptoms of any kind. One of the prominent physicians of Arteaia, thirty-tlve miles north of here, also makes the same claim for his wife, who was re cently treated by Dr. Jones. The Carlsbad sanitarium is pleasantly situated on an emi nence overlooking the Pecos val ley for miles in all directions. The grounds embrace a tract of nearly thirty acres, much of which tan be placed under irri gation at will, and there are ma ny groups of fine old shade trees about the place. The former mansion, once the home of the man after whom the county was named, contains twelve rooms, all of which are being repaired, redeeorated and fitted with all modern conveniences, such as electric light, running water, telephone, etc. The ample, din ing room, when finished, will be particularly attractive and will seat from twenty-five to thirty five at a time. The Bleeping quarters of the patients will be, for the most part, in tent cotta ges which have been erected for their accommodation, near the building, and each of which is designed especially for sanitari um use. There are twelve of these already erected and more will be added as required. They The Ingredients are Pure Eddy Drug Company Largest Drug Store in Southwest will be fitted, when complete, with stoves, electric lights and call bells, in addition to whioh they will he so managed that air may be admitted or fcreened from any desired direction. Before giving its sanction and support to the undertaking, the committee of the Commercial Club made an investigation of Dr. Jones and his sanitarium, with the result that the mer chants of Qtrlsbad united in pre senting to the doctor a two years lease of the estate and $1,000 in cash as their contribution toward the establishment of the sanita rium at thia point. Come to the Big Store for all kinds of Field and Garden Seeds. A big lot Borteldes & Co. best. Everything fresh and new. Tracy-Roberts Hardware Co. A Stitch in Time will save nine. So will s bottle of Bal lard's Horehound Syrup always kept on hand ssve msny a spell of sickness. A sure cure for Coughs, Colds, Bronchit is snd Whooping Cough. Mrs. S . Hot Spring!. Ark. writes: "I keep a buttle of Ballard's Horehound Syrup in my medicine chest, and thank my fore thought many times. It has prevented many severe spelts of sickness." For sals by Eddy Drug Co. GAMES AND DICE TO GO All Come Under the Ban of Anti-Gambling Law Says District Att'y Fulien. District Attorney L. 0. Fulien, who has just returned . from his eastern trip, today said to a Rec ord reporter. Inasmuch as I have received many queries from thia and other counties of the district as to the new,; gambling law applying to dice fames for cigars in stores and resorts and to private card games for money, I would like to say to the public that while the new law is some what ambiguous, and while the courts will have to pass on it be fore the question is j ultimately settled, I will hold that it abso lutely prohibits gambling in any style, including the kinds men tioned, and will act in an official capacity accordingly from this time on. All those 'interested should take cognizance of this, and will please consider this the notice I have promised." The district attorney spent a MM . The ingredients of a prescription compounded here art part, fresh srul reliable. Drugs of uncertain quali ty are not permitted in stock. Such ss are thought to have lost any of their desirable properties are not used. Physicians can order, nurses sdminister and patients tske Drags and Medicines from the Eddy Drug Company with the utmoHt confidence in their purity and effectiveness. Your prescrip tions will be accurately compounded week in Washington, visited the President and went through all the departments. He found all the officials at the National capi tal very friendly to New Mexico, but the desire to have this con gress do absolutely nothinjr that might possibly create any talk or stir up any political discussion until after the presidential elec tion keeps the Territory out of the Union at this time. All are confident that a soon as the state hood bill is allowed to pass from the committee and to be voted upon, it will easily win in both houses. But that will not be before next session. Speaking of other subjects, Mr. Fulien said: "As to Roswell's Federal build ing, it seems almost a certainty that the appropriation will re commend the amount desired in its report, and unless congress goes wild on the subject of econ omy in appropriations, as it some times does, and cuts evervthinir right and left, Roswell will se cure its building. "I will locate my headquarters in Rowel) in a few days and move my office from Carlsbad. I am now having a suite of office rooms prepared for occupancy! over the First National Benk and hope to move into them this week. Hoswell will then be my home. Roswell Record. Last Speech of Jas. S. Hogg. On the 6th of November. 1905, the then members of the Texas legislature were banqueted at Dallas. Governor James S. Hogg was at that time in Fort Worth, a very sick man, though he was nothing like so sick as he had been. He had been invited to the banquet to deliver a speech there but was prevented by illness as stated. An enterprising Dallasite, one Colonel S. E. Moss, who was an ardent admirer of the ex-governor, conceived the idea of having the greatest commoner our state had ever produced to make a speech in a phonograph; this was done and Colonel Moss took the phonograph into which Gov ernor Hogg had spoken, and by the means of the said phono graph delivered the speech as made by Governor Hogg to the banqueters. That speech creat ed much enthusiasm, and follow ing its delivery the banqueters as one man arose and drank to the health of the afilicted states man and patriot. This is the speech the former governor made in that phono graph that was delivered in hie words and in his voice to those assembled in that banquet hall: "Mr. Toast-master and Gentle men: In a recent nocturnal voy age on the watery waves of des pair I drifted over the vortex of eternity, but was wafted back by the breath of fate. In thia sen sational journey I forgot neither my God nor my state. To Him I Btood ready and willing to ren der a final account with no fear of my place in the great beyoi d. As to Texas, 1 felt there was much political work to be done, in which every patriotic citizen should take part part. Before leaving her I should like to see: "Rotation in office permanent ly established, nepotism forbid den, equality of taxation a fuct, organized lobbying at Austin sup pressed, the free pass pass sys tem honestly and effectively abol!hed, oil pipe lines placed under the commission's control, insolvent corporations put out of business, all bonds and stocks of every class of transportation lines limited by law, corporate control of Texas made impossible and public records disclose every official act and be open to all, to the end that everyone shall know that no Texas public office is the center of public conscience and that no graft, no crime, no pub lic wrong shall ever stain or corrupt our state." Anyone will tell you that Jim Lorton is an expert on harness and saddle repairing. Call on him in the Tracy-Raberts Hard ware Go's, new shop in rear of the Big Store. For Sale. Kathleen of Hopedale, a thor oughbred Jersey fresh, a good family cow. W. B. Wilson. PRESCRIPTION COMPOUNDING Require accuracy, absolute accuracy. to produce the results your physician seeks. Absolute sccurary we guarantee in Ailing prescriptions, beraune of our thorough system of ssfepuarda snd checks. A prescription brought to us carrie an insurance policy of accuracy. The Star Pharmacy service is pit-scrip-tion insursnce. THE STAR PHARMACY The Quality Drug Store Phone No. 15. It Pays to Advertise. J. N. Hewitt advertised in the December 27 issue of this paper for a wife being, a temporary widower Mrs. Hewitt being on a visit in Texas. His ad read as follows: A Wife Wanted -I want a lady for a wife who weighs about 200 pounds; about four and a half feet high; red headed freckle faced and cross-eyed; that wears a number seven shoe, belongs to no church or order of any kind or cares anything about society and always has a smile when her husband comes in, no matter what his condition may be. J. N. Hewitt, a widower. The following answer was re-' ceived by Mr. Hewitt this week. Fortunately for Mrs. Hewitt she returned in time to break up the love correspondence that John was getting up. the following being the firs': love letter he had received for many years: Colorado, Springs Colo., Yanuary 21, 1J08. Mr. Yon Hewitt, Carlsbad, New Mexico, dere Sin ay bane reading in Carls bad papir vhut my boss take, dut you vant vife and ay tank ay can suit you. ay bane cross-eyed Frakled face and bald head, ay bane bowed leg too. ay bane 4 feet 4 inch hijfh and 3 feet wide, ay only weigh hundred-an-riinety hut ay bane ofel strong, ay don't pelong to no church or any ting lake dut, and sure ay smile when my Yonny he came home no matter how big yag he bring home mit him. ( ay lake Huze too.) now Yonny you write me when to come, if you cunt come write. HUI.DA OLHEN. P. S. My boss he say you banc hule of great feliur. Monument Items. J. M. Cook had In cultivation 1G0 acres of land this season and made a bale of cotton per acre on fifty-five acres having ginned fifty bales and expects to gin five more. From present indications the east side of Eddy County will be a Bolid farm in a couple of years. About 300 families have Bet tied in and around Knowles and Monument the past year. High winds continue here a bouts. Oasis would put up liberally for a railroad. We are expecting to attend the Big Mascurade Ball of the Season at Mr. and Mrs. D. II. Coleman the night of the 14th of Feb. Colonel W. C. Griffin the well known violinist of Eddy Co. will make the music. The Colonel flays we may expect to attend his wedding most any time now.