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AND NEW MEXICO SUN SIXTEENTH YLAK C AHLSBAD, NLW MtXICO, FRIDAY AIMML 24. tons. NUMIil K LARRAZOLO THL MAN Reason Why he Should bo Re nominated Th't Year. Tin' excellent prospects of democratic SUCCCSS 1 1 1 i - lull we tmiv sav t lit almost certainty of ' victory has caused many prutn inent democrats of tin territory to put up thfir lightning rods or their friends art' doing it in their Itehalf -for the nomination for delegate to congress. Tin gentlemen whose names we have seen mentioned in this con nection are able conscientious and worthy, and either of whom if elected, would rellect credit on New Mexico in the national hall. of congress. They ate also men for whom we have the high est regard, personally and poli tically, and yet. in our opinion, there is only one man that should he considered ly the democrats for this honor, and that man is lion. (). A. Larra.olo. of th city of Las Vegas. The toasons for our positions in this matter tire twofold and we helieve hoth worthy of most serious consideration. In the first plaet Mr. I.arra.oN is a native of this country; 11 man who stands high in hi chosen protession; a ready de baton a graceful orator, and a most genial gentleman who. it sent to congress would he a liv ing refutation of the name oi New Mexico and its poeple, particularly that portion of the territory population of Spanish descent, lie would wake up the sluggards in the house whost delight lias I n to tell tin people of the union that New Mexico is unlit lor -Mated I. be- cause of the character of a por tion of its inhabitant s. In him. the representative of a race so bitterly arrainned the.1, would find an opponent worthy of their most skillful attack, and hi. friends an ally capable of their most honorable support. The second Yeasoii, and it is more in line with positive justice than political expediency, is that two years ago, when Un democratic territorial convention met, it was difficult to find a man ready to be sacrificed--for for sacrifice wasapparently w hat a democratic nomination spelled at that time. However, Mr. Larra.olo, having faith in the justness of his cause and con fidence in the wisdom ami in tegrity of the people, accepted the honor from his party and made one of the strirring cam pions in the history of the ter ritory; and when the total had been summed up he had tile majority of the votes, tlmiudi the official I '.' count in t wo or three counties chat gei! the will of the people, and his opposed! Was given the cert iticate of eii-c t i it), by official I'.'l l ei si ns sho.V - ing a incasely ; t ' tiia,'..rity. h. till' la ' of these facts, IS obedi ence to all honor and justice--not forfeiting the claims of ill my able and loyal democrats, under other conditions. -wo re peat, we bHii ve that II n. (I. A. I.arra.'.oio -.hould be the os!v man consider' d n t ne ,h -is.., iai -for tin- i.ot.or i-s. an .- :,. Carlsbad in General. Tn' following buta-h of cor- resiiincence W IS sent to the IJoS- well aily Record bv Robert T. Mct'lung. thi special col respon dent of Roswell and he is a b i.isti r for tie whole valley is evident. There is much general activity in the real-estate movements hee now and more importai t transfers are being made. The encouraging part is that I lie locating ones are actual settleis and very little property is being sold to investors. 1'nler the provisions of the "Reclamation Act" a nun to secure a rigl t from the 1'. S. R. S. project must own, live on the land or in the neighborhood of it and no single party can secure water right from the government pro ject for more than bill acres of land. This wise pr .vision gets rid of th. land sharks that would speculate in land under thy government project that was officially opened here March 1st, this year. This project is a triumph of modern engineering -kill and it is thought v. id be as eternal as the hills. With con crete and steel re-in forced core of the Aalo'i di'.m there is no chance for the proi-ct being de stroyed by nuisipiashes or other animals of burrowing nature. TiiE SMILE THAT ! Eddy Drug Company l.ar0t Druj; 5tnrc in Southwest The numerous trees of Carls bad ti.at line the streets of the town have come out in all their grandeur and it is a glory in ii self, nt 11 1 Carlsbad a ill soon blossom like a rose. Tiavellers hardly gel ipiariered 111 their hotels before they go into "spasms" over the grandeur of the foliage of the stately trees. Many have remarked in sub stance, "This is the most beauti ful town I have ever seen for the population, with its well paed streets and beautiful ttees. The trouble w ith 'arlsbad m the past has been Its la .s. Iiitik knockers and the inifi.x ! pn gl-e- e SeltU r- ha'..' .jrnv f.e.J t 'ii-1 r .'.'Pi itntif s :i a S-'.t!-!t liaf- iiie or circa-. cal!i. Jim les-i-r sounds. t'atlsh.i f I a L" HI ll'T "fa t busy 1 lot in atnl 1 isell must hurr to keep asea I an I he t he leadltm el'y of t ii" l'.-c.i- 'ailey. .'ail.es S. I ;;-,.( , ,,f Itn'-toW . '1 i a-. V. Im hil- Se. 'II 1 .1 . 1 1 ' 1 1 I :!'o a ne-,- -i ,-..;,er ,11 1 lial place is.. s dd out and escaped I. is!n..v and is here wv "iookin : around." It : that his freedom is i, and that he will soon . business again and tha f ir a bet ter location. M w is here during the c. en t ne ' his si n ' laim.'d porary .! r ti e . is out t' litir brat ion aniable last .I.ilv and done some w irk on iiubii-hing tin-event to t ie world. lie has t ivputa-: c "out- tion of being one of t se b ost infest." newspaper that ever lived in th(? so it and he is an able writ. ' If he portion w hole e asset d 'cides to locate in nn of the I'ecos Valley il vailey w ill have a alua1 Mr. Carter had not horn in ikon, town but a few hour- a hen he This is the first alleged d pro called upon his frieti i Rev. K. dation committed by the Indians MiMJuecti dray, and i -hares here since the early days and the opinion w ith nianv news- wnence they came or w hither paper men who have met Rev. they went is still a mystery. Mr. (I ray that he is one of the I After the above was written! most polished and best educated it devolops that there is nothing! men that they ever can e in con-' in the story and that the boy tact with. wn simply King and that it is .John Hostitler has I eased the! the theory of tl liners that he Mansion hotel from ti e owtur took the provisions and disposed W. II. Clay for one .war and j of them in some manner by sell-! w ill personally manage the house. ' i"-' them. The boy is a -tepsi n Mr. Hosteller was form. il run.,"1' Mi'- I -oath and hi- .-tep-1'atln r ncctod with Mr. Cl.i;. in the; told Marshall Carl lordoii that management of the Imsse and tue bo;. ,as addicted to im. recently returned Iron. I'ecos, tr.iths. Texas, with his famik and has located permanently. Mr. 'luy gave up the management of the WON'T COME Olf. is ci'ti .in i'i'iy ri'iinS'iiiirii'i. itt'n r the ..UI.i-1' I II- till. I .1 :'lil nl' inn H . In. !' IS il ilruiK II :it tickles tl.. I'iil.lti' u tile Jinmit :n I till' . lil OUR SODA HAS A FLAVOR mill a -1 1 1. 1.' nil .a l..l 1' Ilii.Stl-l'i.ll 1 1 I il ii ir I lie mi; re. In 1. 1 s.illlti ly pel feel l 1 . an I Im .1' ii a li.s- if i i i,.:it Vi.n'llli iiianv lii'ieiiMer nut ti 'II uf ti e .lie ,er'e, wii. W. it nf .-I, Ml 1 'il llll .! e. Si, Hit III I'HI '.' Ili'le re,. Illllll I'll. I a-nik. :: house on account of 1 he ill health of his wife and niowd into his private residence here. Mr. Clay is an old tune Ueiituckian and his characien-tic delight was in talking to w ..nest about "Old Kentuck" and when he chanced to meet a fellow Ken tuckiau he would nearly eat him up. While services were lieillg held ill t he churches of t hi- Ulte htt le city Sunday night there was onlv a few aware "f the fact that the olli'-ei- were niakin.' p' eparat tons for 1 a ; I cluise of I'ldiam that Were 1. a ted to l.e on the war pa'h. a. -i 0 t..- !l l"ie, over t he f ' is river. I i "A soles I l-oin '..1 i-ii,-i. It wa rep tried to I 1 1 il 1 nen;l Wi.ii.-i'ii K'ica-. that 1 ii'isd ..f l.i'.'an.s h.'i-i e 1 m-vt-mi hi 1 es in ttie tie, ,, t-ie ll'ISle 'in. In :i; f t, ; t t lie tei'iii and d' p . 11 iom'.' I! 1 'I" to a- is! he 11 aful ! heV wa nt t' r t " , 'ii" tt alio .1 '.'. : ..!.!' IV ht J t 'ioroiif.ll search tailed to show t hem and another . ean b w as ma le a' daybreak. The facts according to a ten year old boy that came to town are that he was tending a herd of goats late Sunday afternoon near the resident f .lames I.eath, at the flume and about eight half naked Indians, with feathers in their hair went into tile residence and helped theni- meniseives iii wnat tnev eouiii nnu. west I Mr. and Mrs. I.eath were in to, n ! and the hov fleet footed came to town and reported to them. It ' developed that lard, beans, bacon ll ur and other prov isjons were Resides hepiily SherilV l.licas a id I leorge 1'iogle that Went 01 t Sandav night were Mar-I id (' irl 1 ioi iioti and I tennis I inncan. , M".--rs. tiotdoii and Lucas made atiol her t lioi one , M'.'in h at d t -break and coiiid lis. I no t race of the supposed Indians. ' Improvements Nimt Arteida. i-'ew of tile people have atl i lea of t he est e,t of !ilil o e Itielit that I.. V"Uif "ii in the country about Arte-ia. I arm al'er larm lis- lieen nclaiuieil ail I put Ulidel call w at I 1 1 d it -in ; the pa-r lew month- and the Work is -tnl conic, on at a tale t h it 1 ci t taiiily eticotn av me p. til ' I pie w ho expect to make tins taeir permanent homes. In no vii-initv is tliis improve-! . . j tiletil more apparent ( han to 1 he 1 1 S liltln a-t ol town between the' ,. 1 ., ... 1 railroad and I he river. e can I not recount a, I thai has been . done lull the lands reclaimed, I improved and Cllltiv .1 ted hy s- , singer Rrothers and their n-la- , ;,. , .1 .1 I . , fives, evidences the Wnlnlerlul 1 capabilities and ot the couiitrv a- well as the fine o;.p..nuhi.e!, , ... w inch si ill 1 1st. fhese people came III here a few months ago. binivht una ii.... n .. I ,.r , 1 .1 e ..i,'., r'l' .'- II arte.-'iaa wells un-urpa-sed 111 the V tlleV. are 1 II 1 1 1. 1 1 1 1 I -1 ' 1 1 1 1 1. 1. 1 n 11 1 , 11,. resilience and other latin build- lag and have hiolo-n up and are seeding large tracts o' tneir land. is :.. .. ,1 , 1 10 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 a . 01 1 1 1 1 .e 1 1 - t s.r a .- 1 1. i asd ! h" . are 1 1. -.Old "t pe i Cr m I,. 1 will tna1 e I ii 1 ne. v a 1-y isd w Im .. I! ..I ' pel-. I' ll.e I . I I ' , ' o ! ,! t , !'-l l , 111 I ...' ... 'I.'' tl .. i ill.'. . . at I I he , 'I pi' t . . - -, 'I,' fill 1 ' 1 i- I J ! ' M 1 la- A 1 , f, t . '':. i 1 , 1 . 1 1 '. 1 . r 1 l'l:,'i. la. I 1 . ' 1 1 1 I 1 .?i 1 1 t i v ! st 1 10. t.V.-e . he,i t O! re .lid I' W- ha.e p -1"! t 1 1 t',,,11' ' i o : ! hive Our ws .siinildiy muI.i fooiil.iin will lie open lor busiiuvss Sdturdd) April 1 1 . Till! STAR PHARMACY in i ji v il IV -ion i: been di.-posed to regard the scheme as visionary or a move in the interest of the real estate ni"ti and few have taken the matter seriously. The fact is that much more has been accoinpli.-hed than the citi.etis in general suspect. A large embankment has been thrown up w Inch w ill hold in re serve an immense amount of water and while the dam is not completed it is far enough to gle some idea of t he possibili ties of the enterprise and suili cieiit water lor I so .1 1 mating of a large body of land from th.. iv-enoir and to a point w ithin about six mi f-i of town it is eu'hi feet m width and thirty il ciii s deep. i v he i anal dl idi .- .-11111 the I, or! Il ditch collies on 1 a- l to 11 Inn t wo and one. hail' mile, of Arte.aa, The -outh branch ivim s south to the 1 1 . , .. load and terminates about three miles west of tow n. 'I'm ent live 1 piarter seel i iis are , ,er 1 Ins prelect at, d w In n the ri'M'iMi.r is coliipli !. d there is i'or is dii -at ion that there w ill be plci.i o w ater for t he compli.tc tei latrat ion .,f this lia.i. I'fosi I h" New . Sin Ii ih Lif e. .j. 1 -I' . ,i, t 1,. . , aa . mill 'lu,i 1 I l" 11 1 1. iC 1 1 a 11 ... 'til A lnle I lie I " ,l a i I . ' I I .II I I'l !''!' 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