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AND NEW MEXICO SUN
SIXTEENTH YEAR CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY MARCH. 27 I UOy. NUMBER l! CROSSES THE DIVIDE James Chisum, Mexican War Veteran and Frontiersman, Passes Away at Artesia. .lames ( 'hisum. one of the oldest pioneers of lvldy county, lied at the home of hU daughter Mrs. Sally Uobc.ts. near Arte sia, March IS. of sickness re sulting from exposure in the storm a year ago last fall, and old age. He was up in Dark Canon, Home twenty mile r more west of Carlsbad, that were being cared for hy a man to whom Mr. Chisum had let them on shares. While out with the goats a storm came up and Mr. Chisum walked all night. To a man of i.ear ck'hty cars ii,,-. I, ..ro.jl.it. jfit itviiiKinr.i veil 4 I I I I I.S IKU 'f.-'UIC fill', " ' T I too niu 'h anu ne conimenecu mi tail irom that night. Mr.' t lu.-uin was Horn M-pt. ., i"-. , in Hardeman t o., i eim. ins parents emigrated to Tcxh in 1M. and though only thirteen Mr. Chisum went to the Mexican war. enlisting at San Ant nio and In came a teamster, driving six government mules nnl was in all the principal hattles of the Mexican war. After the Mexi can war he returned to l'uris. ! Texas, residing there until the civil war luoke out in Kd. when he went toHonham, w here a camp of instruction was con ducted for recruits to the confed erate army. He ohlained per mission to drive beef cattle for the army and for four years did all he could to feed the soldiers of the Southland. After the war he resided in several por tions of Texas, until 1S75, wlun he fame to live with his brother. John Chisum. at South Spring, near Koswell. The spring of W7 he drove .'l.oiK) head of cows to the Canadian river and brought them back in 17. Thin move was taken to ircum vent cow thieves who at one time rounded up o'MI head in Dark Canon and drove them to1 the Mescalero Indian reserva- tion. selling them for from four to five dollars per head. Mr. ! Chisum lost his wife by death n " Artesia an.J the Rank thirty-two year ago and re- Artesia. It is not possible at mained a widower until he .lied. late day t0 attempt to con Mr. Chisum wa one of the i c"1 the tot or to ignore the tn .ur .rUniai ami tila..nf nwn t issue that ha arisen. The con- He was never eloomv or meet. Bad but always in good humor. ! He gave away all he possessed and only acuired property as a mean to help other. For the past several year he made his home wi'.h hi daughter. Mrs. Huberts, by whom he i survived also two son. Walter and Will of Roswell Mr. Chisum is the fourth old settler to pass away in three years, three of hi old , friends. H. M. Cilhert and Mr. j and Mrs. HaskeilJones preceed-1 ing him. Oasy. Well, thi little burg seem to be en the boom; everybody hustling to get in crops; the merchant, too, seem bus.v, and the real estate imen are on the jump. Four wagons wer seen head ing for town Friday, ready to jump claims; that seem to be j the topic now days. j The hotel has changed hand; I the genial Mr. and Mrs. Tate i are running it now. Florence i Love has rented it and tn and moved i his family to his ranch. j Mr. Hirks has moved his j house from this ran to Living- ton. We will miss his ever smiling fad from oir street, hut can fin I consolation in the fact that we still have the con genial and hutlin,r Jesse liubes to stand hy us. Mr. Wise has just finished his building, which will he used for a drug s'nre. Mr. Christopher, the genial sheritf. was a visitor in our rising little town some 10 ago. Wise and Timely Action. vilt. the D.'inncrats met in 1st week and made ,lV(.lltjn nmjatj,H fr ,-itv oIIL-.ts, there was more lu liind the movement t hau a mere iliv ii'e to provid unpi'tent meu foroilice. For th pa-t three yeirs, there has I n rife in Atte-ia. iike most live towns, a light for su- pi emacy in l"th a hnsiness and ji r Toilet Goods t t t 1.. I l ' . g 11 x''l- ' ' ' I r Eddy Drug Company Largest political way between those of of any individual or "ur citizen interested in the 'Artesia Advocate, success of the First National: ; test ha long since passed the Btae wnere il can ,)e considered a merf m"'r 01 Dine8 rivalry 11 naa l,t,c"me a stumtmng blot k in the waV (,f Artesia progress. With the approach of the Al)nl l'tion. the old scrap resumed and a coterie of I)!irtitf3 interested in one of the b"nks promptly came out with a late of candidates for endorse- nt am tne "K"1 was on- Hdieving that thi unseemly CHI ,at "houl.l ba brought to an enu in me name 01 narmonv. a I I- L . . . I can was mane jor me uemo. cratic mas meeting last week lor tne purpose ot nanung u iicKti inai wouui, 11 eiocieu. represent all interests ot the town in an impartial manner. To that extent, the meeting was Wymin and the territor even a greater success than had;,,., 4f Mw Ml.xi,. Arizona, been ant.c.pated Instead f a f the bill b.H-.,mes a law many ticket being made out by a few : mj,Ii(ins )lf f ,.(n)1 wj l, men in a dark-lantern manner, madc subject to enlarged hom everylwdy had a hand in the stead entry. pliy. When the smoke of the cu-tti st had s j-jsi le I, it wa seei that neither of .Vtesia's t i I 1 V "aiiK was in control, act ir tne. nrst time, me ivi i -i- m hank alhliatioti was cu unaied. Or' the liv men named f town trustees, twi are do,n-; it's in tin Kirst National lliuk an I two in the Hank of Artesi i. ivn!i a fifth man who dies iuduess vith hoth institutions, (If the two school trustees n itninated, one does business with t hf Hank of Artesia and the other was 'nominated hy the jriHknt of the First National Tank. The man who was nominated for treasurer will, in all probability , ititromxe the Fit-t National li,V!M.ank. 1 Th- meeting was ei ' ', viy har- ; monio is, and now the . hids fair to he wipei'. it ;tl tiriit in this .1 i-y of .. sup- ov til.' i, .1 al ised as - . . it of ili'el' '.- t 'i. 'I lie ..lid be a. II. I re way. It is clearly tli th peool'1 of the Ur: n p-ft th. li.-k-t pit citizens last wee.;, low I liemselve-i to n tools'to pull the chestn ' th-' lire for anv priva'o of in t it.tit in the i welfare oi Artesia thought of and not 1 1 . Stand High in in i rial 1 1 utm I y i. li In t m -I t In 1 1 1 v 1 1 1 1 . t; you I. I lie th Hf c f( II i licit' f HI f If I'xam in-Mir- fl ii. yinir api ioviil il you Iniiior ni w itliacill. ill' arc known a.- .lis primer i of i.iily il . ii . ft llmgs and Medicines VVhfii i' 1'i.nniM.i 1 1 ut i. ur I. i let kikmU ami i--1 nr.it inns match hit ilrilH ii' ilai;i ii-r it ii.i his tlifi nri no lioto r i. I lunl any v. Ihtc at any n n . Drug 5tre in Southwest J company. Dry Homesteads May be 320 Acres by New Law. The house committee on public land ha agreed to report fav- crably the bill intnKluced by Mr. .Mondell to increase from W) to '20 acres the amount of non timbered, n on irrigable lands liable 'jnder the homestead act. The bill provides, however, that continuous residence must be had on the h imestead for live consecutive years ami requires a t.t.rtain amount of cultivation 'or the soil. The law governing jor,ijnaPV ( .sf(Mt( lntry on I plH of" ,,0,, m.r,.s is 1t itl aiu. . way ,,,,1 ,v ,Mjs bill whose iSoli1 object ii t prouvto recli- tiiutiiin ikf rft,itii.;rtil land by ...ry ttttmine if, ,ht. stufefl i Californi; Colorad, Idaho. i Motitan.i N'eada, North Da 1...... ... u....uj ..... Rank Foolishness. "Win ii iillink.'l l.y u cuiik'h or a 1. 1 "r ulii'ii '"ir llirniil is sore, it is rank fciuli Iiih -si to I ; k any ntliiT kiml "I nn-.iii u.f Hum lr king New- lii cowry." ys '. '. i!l Iricifi', nl 1 in I'iro, tin. "I liavr u .1 rw Hiscm i r for si'iiii i ar iii.U I know it h tin' host i riti. tlv on raiili lor rent;!' ;tr,. c...K iiotij., anil nil tliroal ami limn Iii.iiI.I.h. My i liililroii an Miiliject to croup. Imt New I ii-i lively quickly cures cvi'iy attack. " Known tin' Morlil ovi'i' aH tlic K mi; of thmat itiul luliU rcincilii's. Solil mi. Iff I'liarantti' at Kilily 1'nitf Src. .lie and tl.im. Trial luii i It- free. For Sale At Hopedale ranch. Cane seed .YJJo per hundred. White Wan.nttc. good winter layers. I F.mgs $1.(hi per -etting Jei-ey Cull calves ilo'i-i'ii-M'ted at fann ers prices. W. 1!. Wilson. CarNliad. Danger of Cont;ijl ii I'roni Tu bertuloni. r. .1 1; v. .1 r. . 1.11 1 I 'llll-U'lll'tl '!! i- Tl disease tif I ;tlle lune-', produced by a gei'lll which i.- called I Ic t ubercle bacil . Ins. Tiilierciilo-is id' the unj.s is i.l: . ,,; I),, !;i;my Iliallil'l'S- t: ti i.m pindi ci'd !' this uei'lii. Tills is the m;!y I'erni of the dis ease, however. Ih.tt is of special interest to those (hat have the 'immediate cine of persons suf fering from the disease, as it is the only one which is in any way daiu'erous to t he attendants. ;The tubercle bacillus is a very minute plant , - small that it , would take mere than Jn.iHHi laid side by side, to make a row an inch lotij. It will gro.v, and does ir row, when lodged in al most any p'nit of portion of the human bod.. All warm 'ilooded animals, and even M-me cold blonde I animals, are subject to t his disease. The patient .uiVeniic from consumption is almo-i constantly expectorating pus, sometimes great ipiantities. which contains these germs in absolutely un countable 11 11 111 ln'i'H, and the danger to per ms who are daily : coming in contact with such persons, is that tho germs will : be taken into the respiratory or digestive tract. Fortunately, most of u enjoy more or less immunity to this disease; that is. we have a great resisting power to the invasion of the germs. This, however, is not an absolute protection, because, if the conditions are very favor able to the growth of the germs, and our resisting power happens to be even temporarily at a low ebb, they may gain access to the lung or alimentary tract, or to other parts of the body, w here they may multiply almost with out limit. This spitutn. if allowed to come in contact with cli thing or the hands of attendants, may be conveyed to the mouth or the ti ise, by direct contact, or through the agency of f I or drink, and thus be a beginning of the disease. When a patient, having tuber e ilois, e.ign into the atmos phere, h. thro vs it it :i tine spray, which consists of minute drops t nt'icos. and saliva- anil these drops may contain great SQUARE DEALING Star i'liarnia.-y nci'vicc 11 an imlir I'tl'oM toM'l'MI (l-loM.l a siii li al for tlii ii HinM'j An v itoi'i' 'I ttiitt ili-ii'lA ii pat rotiai:f. ntnl li -it ti Mil. MH'CI'.-- . all. I will win. II'OV Wi ll Mils Slor.' lull W'll ,.it iti two M an' Inisiinni career is r t liat n s w ay of ileum tm hiio-i i Siiiai'f I'caliit' way. Tlial r. -Oiix to irivf llic Iiicli.-st iiiality i t i t .- it'kf aro init in oof til.' an. I N. Wo of Hcrvicf anil all at a fmr price form This growth is strum; t-viili tne. woiilil lie irl.nl to a'M you tunur list eiHlntnc r. THE STAR PHARMACY 1 111. ii 11 n mkiik numbers of the germs. They will lloat in the at iim-plnTo like drops of moisture in .1 log. for an indefinite time, and 111 a be inhaled by any person occupy ingor passim.; thiM'i.'.'ii 1 he room Th t fore, it behoiiw'v attend ants to be i relliels careful that tlies carefully w.i-'n their hands, alter heing soiled, ind liofoie i.illii.'. whelner 'mc know them r. In or lM'r liar! n il' of . -pat 11m fdin'iM be deslioyed by biirmne.'. If any of it, hy any un .ins, be de posited mi the tlnnr. the furni ture, of the bed clothine-. de spots should immediatelv be wiped up with a cloth, saturated with a solution of bichloride uf mercury. Ill" skin and mucous mem brane is a coat of mail to keep llieie germs , mt, but if there is any break in this coat of mail, winch mas come as a wound or ns a cold, or sore throat, or a bronchitis or a t msi li t is, a door is on.'ii.'d through which the person may be invaded hy the germs, and any nurse, who is in condition thus to Income easiiv infected l.v the disease, should be, if possible, immedia tely removed from the neighbor hood ol in f e c t ion. IJnsw ell U'C.rd. Notice to Non-Kesident De fendant. Ill Hi.' I h ,' 1 1. I "Ml, k.l.ly t'.iiintv, s,.w ,. M:i Hi, h. N' 'I .. Win II l,i-h II ll.i Ii. .l.-l.-.i.l.t.o ... ti. i,M,. I. V.mi Milliul.,. 11.1i I, hi tlt..r,. ,4 H... tlM . Hymn) ,...iit .ml l, tl,.- .iIm.m. 11UM1..I iilMKMilf in Hi,- Hi 11 1. I I ...in l.a lliv K. 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