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AND NEW MEXICO SUN SIXTEENTH YEAR CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY APRIL ID. loon. NUMHLK 21 nPMflPR A TIP MR PTINf UCllYlUvllliillU lUDDllllU - TK Dumorriita of Thii Precinct Meet and Nominate Ticket. TICKET HAS NO OPPOSITION Republicans Make no Effort to Put Up a Ticket. The democrats of Carlshad 'f'apt, K. P. ISuiac, .vhorea I letter We condemn the , uneessary met Monday night in mass con- j from I). (1. Grantham, precinct expense made by the republican vention at the court house and chairman who was in Ft. W irth. party in New Mexico by creat were called to order at 8 o'clock motion .1. H. Harvey and .1. ing the otliee's of territorial bv Chairman Laverty of the'W. Armstrong: were named for auditor, coal oil insp Ttor game town democratic central com-: chairman, Armstrong withdrew warden etc. Also !?',i.:;uo per mittee, who read the call for the 'an'' H irvey was elected by ac- annum fur a commissioner of meeting. On motion of C. IL j clamation. public lands. $1.8ti f.,r an un- I.rice Mr. Laverty was chosen ' motion Win II. Mullane necessary insurance .ommis- chairman and .1, I. Harvey ' was elected secretary. On motion sioner $..o0 wasted on a so secretary of the meeting. Onjof Capt ll.i.htv? I). G. Gratham called bureau of immigration motion of H. Ohnemus it was decided to nom'nate the mem- : ....,. bers of the Hoard of Kdueaiion for Carlsbad school district first so as to give those present from outside the incorporated limits an opportunity to vote an I retire. C. k. Price was nominated fi r the three year term. -I. II. James for the two year and Allen C Heard for the one year term. The only ballot taken was when W. V. Dannellcy was brought out against .1. II. James and on motion the meting voted, by ballot on those two, JatiKM re cciving sixty-three votes and Dannelley thirty-four . James was unnaimously mail" the nominee. After this the following were nominate 1 for tow n ollicials: For mayor; James M. D.e. For members of tlv town board of trustees for four years: J. I), knekley and Wm. .1. Parber. For trustee two years; T. C. Home. For recorder; J. I!. Harvey. For marshal; Carl Gordon. All the above were nominated by acclamation. Just previous to the meeting in the court house a meeting was held under the auspices of the Carlsbad Volunteer Fire Department at the City Hall, the fireman having invited their the above were elected by ac friends and all others w ho cared clamation. to participate in a caucus to! Moved by Armstrong and sec deliberate upon ami select a ouded by Allen C. Heard that ticket which all who had a voice Wm II. Mullaie.' be endorsed as in selecting would support at the delegate to th" democratic regular convention, ami it was national convention at Denver, there the matter w as settled that1 ""'I that the delegates to the made the work of the mass meet-' t-""u:nty convention be instructed ing at the court house so easy. ! to use all honorable methods to While the firemen did not pre- j secure his election as a delegate tend to control, they determined j to the national convention. Car to have a board not antagonistic ; 'ied. while thev held the largest solid body of voters in the town, i There was no attempt to dictate, I were adopted: j just for once at the election next but instead an earnest effort to I We the democrats of Precinct j fall to finally and forever re get together with the citizens j No I of Kddy county New Mex-' deem New Mexico from republi generally on a suitable ticket j i''" reallirni and pledge our loy- can mismanagement and eMravi for tow n ollicials. i alty to the principles of the j i nice, for w hde our county ra'e After the nomination of the ' party of Jelferson Jackson and : of taxation has not increased tm regular ticket J. H. Laverty was Pryan. We rejoice in and point f burden of territorial taxes lias chosen chairman and J. I!. II.tr-, with pride tu the history of do-, in.ivasod by nearly three times vey secretary to serve two years moeraey as pursued in the ud- I since the lepubliran arty g(,t and the meeting adjourned sub-'ministration of local all'airs in I juto the saddle, ject to the call of the chairman. Precinct No I ami K I ly county We believ.- in comlucting our Democrrtic Precinct Meeting. The regular mass meeting of the first two years after the or- j We believe in salaries f.,r democrats which was adjourned ganization of this county, that county ot!icia! i us low as is cor from Saturday evening March our county was in the hands of ; sistent with jrod service. 28th on account of the large , republicans who caused a fifteen Capt. Hujai? proprosed the ful- I Prt'on "f tm People being eit hor at court whore the II. illy liny lease was in progress or at the i club rooms attending a boosters meeting, met at the regular a democratic board ot county adjourned date "eld April It h at commissioners entirely wiped on. I City Hail. Th" following are We rondemn the carci.'ss, ex l the. proceedings) of the meeting: travagant, and wasteful policy Carlsbad New Mexico Apr. I tw Mass meeting of democrat, met at City Hall precinct N 1. Carls- bad. New Mexico, at 7:Wl P. tn. Meeting called to order liy Toilet Goods r.SSgfc i t Mm) Eddy Drujf Company Largest was ee'Cfed preeinct for the coming I wo a'l'lainatioti. eli linn it) years In ( 'lutirinan ami lunee-l that it was in order to ele-.-t i'o ir d I gat"s to represent Precinct N t. 1 in the count v e invention. J. W. Arms! rung placed the following bef ire tlie nieeiiiig; J. M. Dye, (leo M. (.,' ooke. Capt H. P. liujac an I T. C. II mw. Nomination seconded by Allen ('. Heard. No oilier nominal ions ke.solutions as '"itted and o; motion the same , tor the past fourteen ycurs, it i being a matter of fact tint for ' thousand dollar debt for running expenses, which after the organ- i.atioii of the democracy was, by economical administration of of New Mexico that has increased our territorial tax ra'e from .seventy cents on one hundred under Governor Thorr ton to .$1.7 1 under Otero. Stand High in iinii rtMii i among -('-Ill.ell.rlU pi in it i i '; ' iiie tlnisi- uili'ti'il here m. id nf our a.iii. nl if j i.u i. with a cull. VV" are I -. i. n n. iters nl ' lily I he :i ' ill IV- . ;on ii --ur-in -r in ie. ilh- Drills and Medicines When v.e u.-i i:iri t II I n h I i let j;imiiU ii:nl .r mr:i i u-. mat, h niir ilruys in l.iiinel r it nantis there III'.' mi In I Ii r In I..- I, ail lillVv he'i' at an v - i ir.-. i i Drug tnrc in South vc-t and thousands .i tax pa.ers c;i-li iloll.irs of the to support a sup- ran in ill 1 oi.l fossil, to cin- duet in ant: eu'ed iilni-.tiac Santa Fe New known as the Mexican. We earnest y re.iue.it the dem ocrats of this county to turn out at the fall election and assist in redeeming tliii territory from the hands of such sharks as An drews. Pursutn. Sallord, Piliy Martin, Max Frost and their like who' have done more to ereste extra cilices and pile up expense than any other clement in the republican party. The hope of this territory is in the hl-:iv-i. uiiiia ,,f T,,vu IlL I-i.V noma, Kansas and other states who have armed within our borders during the past few years, ami to these the time and tiled democracy of Precinct No 1 bids a cordial whole sou lei I and warm southern welcome. follows sub!,at the same lime inviting them to join with us by turning out district court as economical as p issible. lowing. Mr. Chairman: I move you, sir. that fUia met t ing extends to our distiiniuishcd president Theodore Koosevelt, a vote of thanks in the selection of the honorable George Curry as our governor. i:. p. r.t jAc. After considerable discussion the motion to insert the above was carried only a half dozen voting on the matter and no division of the house being called for the quest ion inserting the clause in the resolutions carried. On motion the meeting adjourned Win. II. Ml l.l. am: Secretary. Don't Put off fur I .tin .1-li iv wleil viiii euti ill I ii l:i If imi iul nil' lm ilii: a ln.M le nl II.il larils Sii..v I .iiintii-ni . w lien that iuin i-hiih's yi ii wi.n't have any, Imv a huitl.. I. nl. iv. A i..Mhve i-iire fur lllieuiiiii! i.iii, lluri., uls, S'iains l i.nlia.'t.-il m u eli-.. I'. S. Ilia i it 1 1 1 I ' i 1 1 r i (ii'i.vi'. Arkan.". i. vm iii-s: I vv ih I.. : h.uiK veil lor I he L'ooil ll---llll:-l I I'eiilVeil llNilll Sli.tW J , I .IHItll-t)t It ".-lt iv.-i . illl-il III.' ef I ' K heiiin:ii . 'ii .i I t.-r ot her.- n.e. f.nleil. : Sel.l l.v tlie . ,,, line t OH i j iatl V ! ! The Pride. Welcome. The gent, g rl. nloia Mmnts l.-, .' i'l-hearted .'. O1 t-.e father is an iitti-i'i-Ameriian not a 1 1 1 ! I - houair. Put an eiicinei-r i in- ploei ;.' kec. !.!'.. ( 'hauliies a l'i pui'iie is in. -rely .S'-lllnled eer, to marry hii I'lVeii , III-e .11. W l... a ver ln.;li -aLu'.v . tie iii.trried the I iiie ill of I rain e. Fi alice i aiel lie l'!,aullie ti!ie i:i" of e.ritesy. l! lea -art eno-i.-h, .mv. -h a I Mi -s .-'.iioiil .-. t i I'he 1 1 ; l e their 'isi ar hohio - tiiect Mie hrMi - A number oi 'pine f pi-wi-pl g r ..mi iiioiey pa. mo U-l. ry. Ii!i a v. I."i '(: Its 1 il . A .an I I' ot' ho 1,1'lUe's I !:i j 11 -h la,., .r v n h a l"ti.' for iiie iIuki',- l ilcs. , roliect-if W ei. lino, clot lies. , collector from l! irli. mii, (he jev eier. lie w anted p lymeiit for the et - g l'.:eli!eii ring tlie duke liau puicha.-.e.. Tin- ilori4i who had supplied the duke W it h otl'enng.'. for Miss Shout . .luring the court - .t.i.. I ..... I : i .- mi ,. . i ii i , i- e-i i aio'i nun wan I en to no paio tor hurying a lady"hl U' in whom tne duke had been pre viously interested. Tncrc were also shoemakers, shirt makers and all sorts of people, all with bills m their bauds and eager to be haul. l'lioy were informed that there was no dowry and they went sadly a.vav. Sometimes ou read in the papers of a foreign nobleman, w ho takes his American bride to his family estates, where all ihe j peasants line the roadside to I welcome the happy couple Pn.b ably the greusome welcome e- teinled to the Due and D ueiies-, le Cliauliies is nearer to Ihe average picture, lu tin; eyes uf a romantic girl the American young man may have certain nliorico,nings. She should real about the Welcome extended to Theodora Shunts aiel realise that an American mar riage might have compensations. For Sale. A Petaluma. California, incu- bator and brooi r, practically new. I L. F. I'liu l.st'ltt , j Otis, N. M. Our new sdniMry .soda fountain will bp open lor business Saturday April 1 1 . THE STAR PHARMACY i n i. i i i i i i i. The Wrong Pnd. j (lovernor (li'orge Curry has I written letters to the boards ot' i county commissioners suggest ing (hat a higher uw.r metit be 'inail piiipert and that by .-o loimr rate of ta sat ion can In lo'.verei lie -tiggest -i 1 1 Ml (hi- raise rim be made siitlii'leltt I.V high to allow of tlie territorial ta u Inch is now fourteen mil! -and w I. j li d ii in.- I he palmy ila, t! i'an. !'iii had r'iK'h". lifteen ,'in I The Will the but t'l.ll at a a!f mill.-, to nine im'l.,' oo ei'iiiir -iii'o,.-t i i hn look lll'lch better t-' I "pie m i a-l, atld 111' Cie'-e it w ill. what w e w ant is .-om"l liilig Will feel I n't ler t 1 1 1 1 I r pi 1 p!e loine. It i-i nut tin apinar . I'll' tie- fart of Inch taa- anro t mil it v.h 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 . ami ll v. " realh et'v toil; the ; t 1 ei ..nal i-i -r I IS V -Vill e 1 1 1 1, 1 I to I Mil ! , -Ira 'Hilt Ti al ; e 1 re I III . call he i, . "', er -I ' -Mi II 1 1 and t-i V in v. 1 1 is ur to I he 'II. Willi III ,'i a v , is ii'ih ,'l I I 111 I IV I of ',. v ! i, hi: ..i,n,i i i oilier "I d. We ' ' ' ' ! I T . . 1 : t'l.l I I a: ii ! I- W'.lh .pot, . ah.: I. dir. ' Ill-lead 'I "I the - --I'lviVr I la alloli ' h at io millgtoll 1 .11 I. 4 II." proper:.'. , I. , os ihe 1 hat w , home Tun. s 1 1 I. III. I HI u ind . I lu-: I o! re. appp - .a', luoal. Fa T. Why -I ,..-.Hl liv I Vl :! I I i , the -..i!.i I - 'II, t , i i-i,- e v I Miller 1 t',.',i ! I , ia, . til!!-, Ill .1 l.v.l ,, .il,-. I.lamt .-. vv i . 1 1 ,- l,:i ,- v I'l W atl . W .-. i , nl, -"I a a- -.i i- i,,i a in, i,: ,, level, at,, I alter i ,e in.' t I let Line atl, vv .-II ah, i i . a hi Ihe I., I, IV I true. I on, I .,!. Notice to Non-Rchident De fcitditnt . t . Iv , II I II i'or SaIi A Hope.! pcilale ranch. ( 'ane hite seed ." per hundred. Wyaii'totte. good winter lasers, F.i'ys .T.im r si tting. Jt rsey I'.ullcaUcs thoroughbred at farin- era puces, W. IS. Wilsun. Carlsbad.