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AND NEW MEXICO SUN
( SIXTEENTH YEAH CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY MAY I, I UOH. NUMBER 24 0; 4 6 ! ARTES1A VS HOPE "Artesiit the Plenty of Water Town" and the "Belle of the Foot Mills" CroRS Bat. A FINE BASE BALL CAME. ( Big Well, Large Orchards and Immense Alfalfa fields. The Current was represented in Artesia last Saturdav and the hall game between Hope and Artesia was taken with much in teres. Tfit t iwn of op W;li there in force "rooters" and all. and the itaiw was interesting from the start. The first, three innings resulted in goose eggs for hoth sides, hut in the fourth Artesia made a score while in the fifth Hope scored three times' The (fame finally closed . in the first half of the ninth with a score of five to four in favor of Artesia. The high school boys niay he said to have won the game for Artesia there ( being three in the team. Ammie Clayton in left field did some ex cellent work catching Hies that seemed impossible to take in. However, had it not been for a j tpeeator picking up a passed ball the result would n: doubt have been diirerent for u "dead" ball must pi the umpire and this let in two for Artesia. Anions the visitors from Hope were thcfollowing: Sam Davis, chief "rooter" Jim Muncy, Jno and Harm Wake. Will Muncy, Finis Moore, Lelaiid and Klder Miller. Will Owen. Jno M. Al rath. Coo Tee I, Chas Cole, Kile Whitaker, Krvin Miller, ieo. I'.laknev, Alva Smith and Tom I'rown, The ladies of the party were. Misses Clyde1 and I'Yankie Willuurn. I'earle Trimble, Ksther Teel ami Amy Wake. The Hope people were confident of victory . and uu loulitedly can clean up tin1 Artesia boys if the game is played over. The line up for Artesia was as follows: W. Lynn. pitcher: Albert Linell, catcher: I '.en Kasly. S. S. 1 j Hulcr 1st besc; I'. M. r.ak.TL'nd base; I'eaii Ttrw iligcr Hid base Iirainanl right held: l.arl War ren, central field; Ammie Clay-! ton. left field. W.. A. Linell' manager, ami I'.rooks unipir . Artesia has grown and is still; glowing, having at least lsno people within its limits. Thej Main streets is wide and long' and lined on both sides with! good buildings, The banks have ample funds and the merchants are prosperous. Thousands of acres are being farmed and the ; country in the vicinity is begin-j ( ing to look like an old settled i V$m'gion. Artesia has passed an i ordinance to cut out saloons after July 1st. but at present, two saloons are run and sell keg be r at live cents, making il pay , to g from Carlsbad and other; towns just to save money . 1 A trip to the famous Munc.v . artesian well, the largest on earth was made and the country east of town taken in. Several large orchards of forty M 1H acres itre growing fine and will yield considerable fruit this seas in. The Muncy well which can be 'seen for miles on account of the j white foam of water, (lows fi)00 I gallons per minute and will ir rigate about 1"(H) acrep. Dozens jot other wells of immense pro : portions may be seen and the I farmers are busy irrigating im mense fields of alfalfa that is ; almost ready to cut. To an old I timer from the southern portion iof the county all this looks good. ; for it shows that the country is developing faster than ever con iceivedby the most enthusiastic j booster. j Among the most progressive business men of Ariesia must lie i mentioned .Mr. A. C. Keinath. who recently suecet ded Il lioss as cashier of the First National ll'.ank. Mr. Keinath is u pleas- I ant man to meet and differs from ! many in that he views friction between Artesia and Carlsbad as entirely unnecessary, and there are others who holt! the same views, among them W. Crandall, IX L. Smith. C. W. Unison. C. V. Hrainard. S. I Henry, Par son Cage and several others. , Parson Cage, S. W. (Jilbert and I Mr. Fatheree are members of the board of education and were busy Saturday in examining the qualifications of applicants for superintendent ami principal of ON THE Eddy Drii Company Largest I)rtir .Store in Southwest the Artesia si-liools. After much d. liberation out of fifteen the b .ard finally settled on Prof. Iiislmp, who for the past month has been employed as assistant to Prof. V. I,. Crillin of Carls bad. The board also decided to pay .1.2Ht to the superintendent and .1,immi to the principle for a nine months school. There are a great many husi-; ness men in the country who n -gard advertising as a kind of charity that is thrown out to the1 newspaper men just to keep them going "just to help them along." Rarely do 'such men1 ever micceed in business. TJicy 1 are gcnerul'v found watching the movements of the men w ho advertise for a profit and wonder-; ing ho a- they ever did succeed so well in life. Rodham Herald, j T'i" matter of judicious adver- i tising in mod. tii business is just I as essential to success as the matter of judicious selection of a location or of a stock of gooi!s. Once in a while a man may drag along and keep from bankruptcy ! without advertising, but he will not succeed. Success which is worth while comes from letting t pe-vie know how well fitted you ai for suppling their needs. Ft. Worth Record. NOTICE To all it May Concern. This is to announce and ive ! notice that the last Legislature of this territory declared that all able bodied male cit i.ens under the age of sixty MM) years re-1 siding v .it bin any district tie-1 dared i i be a road tl' rict by! order of the Hoard of County j Coir unssioners of nny county in j tl territory, is subject to call! to .v;ik the public roads of .said, (,;'!rict. or to pay a road tax of j ', (,t ea'-h, and the exemption: hereof ue in force apply ing to residents of incorporated towns was repealed. All citizens, there fore, whether residents of incor porated towns or living outside the hounds of same, are subject to said tax or a call to work. P. L. Walk Kit, Road Supervisor, Road District No. 1. Kddy County, New Mex ico. 2 1-1 Stop Grumbling if ynii mitriT from KlitMiirnV ifm nr I'liiiiH. for Huli'inlH Snow Liniment will Irmg ijiiirk relief. It in a huh- cure DIAMOND of in the lirld you will find H wisr to use our Sporting Goods. Not alonr became tliry ,ire Hold cheaper lirrrjlian rlncwhrtr. but alio bci duff thry art- nrwt-r and heller. ( you air a spoilsman n( any luiul, you'll rioy a look at our Niitini( good. Come andm,ikf your M-leclion lor llir eanon rnovinrril. f'r sii.iin, rlicuination i ni riirteil rnu.se li - itml nil fit i os it i,, i unhin id,, reiirli of nil I - J.'ie, "iii , fl iiii. ( It Siniili. IVtialm Ti'xim w rius : I liavc us,. ISiillnril's Snow I n iftictit in my I mil!;. In e:ii s ami timet H a fin, lemeilv for nil imiiis ami ai In s. I .. t-iiiiinii-iiil il for (nuns in tin- rlu-Nl." Soiil liy Klii I'iiik i'ii. Notice to Cowmen. Who are looking for "good rane.i propositi .us where they can gel good land and own it. A bunch of cowmen will leave here on or about the loth of May fordid Mexico and will be glad to have any other cowmen who an- anxious to investigatf the Old Mexico country to join them at Carlsbad, New Mexico, or Pecos, Texas, from which points low rates will probably be obtained. They have the ser vice of a good man who know-' the country and -peaks, reads and writes the language. Do You Love ynur Imli ' V ll'IV II lot 1 1,. oii.ler win ! itich . of Willie's C. .cil h'vr- I iintuife anil lie will never in Musi babies Imve worms, nm! Hi, imiIIhts i. Il l know It W Inlf s I'li aill Ver nntiare riils tin- riiilil of ,,i us uiel i leims eul ill msleni in .1 ,li a-cit wiiy Kery in 'ther slionM h,. ..(, :, ,'t,. ,,f i ll.ls IlieUii'llii' HI Hie lionse Willi it, ''iii 1 ' never eiiier rii-r iiiiihi rr ii'e ;'V Sol.l dy K'lily linar ,. A SPECIAL MESSAGE j President Roosevelt Hits Injunc tions and Combinations I of Capital. THE ANTI TRUST LAWS The President Declares They Should be Strengthened. Washington, April L'S. The following is an abstract of Pre,-;, dent Roosevelt 's special message sent to congress late yeslerdav afternoon. The message i.; de voted latgely to discussion of it. junction processes and ceinbiua tionsof capital. He says u streng thening of the anti-trust laws is demanded upon moral and eco nomical grounds. "This will give nmre effective control by the national government over the business use of vast masses of individual and corporate wealth, which at the present time monopolize most of the inter state business of the country. We are 'heinn steered by a safe middle course w hich alone can save us from plutoc ra'ic government on the one hand or socialistic government on the other either of which would be fraught with disaster to our free institutiot s." The president refers to "ex treme bitterness caused among large bodies of wort hy cit izens by the use repeatedly of the power of injuntion in labor dis putes." He suggests that some such legislation as he haspri iously recommended be ei acted. The employers liability law re cently enacted, the president s tys, comes short of what ought ti have been done.'h t "it dms represented a real advance." lie says that apparently then-is good ground to hope that lln ie will be further legislation pit -viding for recompensing all enployees who sutler injury while engaged in the public ser vice; that a child labor law will b" enacted for the I ijstn, ; u( Columbia, that the waterways commission will be continued with sufficient financial suppm t to make it cll'ect l ve; I hat steps iie taken to provide fur invest i gatioii of tarill" conditions by a congressional committee that will secure full informal ion ne cessary to intelligent ly ivu-c the tarill", and finally that finan cial legislation be enacted .i . viding for temporary mcasui-t s for meeting any trouble that may arise within a year or two, ami for ,1 commission of experts who shall thoroughly investigate the whole matter so as to be able to recommend legislation. Good for KvrrybuJy. Mr N'oi until It IVuli.-i ,i.,i,,ili. nl lll'i-lnlect, in Hie licit,,. II !iii,n,k. ,;.. Knuii-i.s,,, mis: ' i nil v ii.,,,i.i that t .i. been sai l ol Kleetrn- Huiers u- i '"o il- in, -.In inc. i i, r""'l ,r- VI-I'vImhIv. P COI-IIM-'S hlollili.-li. Uvel llll'l kl.lli.H tllsoli I'l's III il .iilii ellii ii nt iniiiiner an, l.i.llils up tn,. Kysieiii.'- -:i,.,trir l!it lers is 1 1 i. H I I ( llie.li, llie ISI-r sol, I OVir II all ,(5 fi 'I iri I a-. . a, ii 1,1 1 ,unii,. ,1 Illleillllleii. ,,ii,-. hi Kililv I'rng slur... Hope Not Yet Abandoned. 1 Washington, April .X Tin' ! Our new s.initiry .sodd fountain will V open for business Sdturd.iy April II. THE STAR- PHARMACY III K ) m.im nu;i ! K. I III .1 . I I.. II, II BUJAC UHICE, i j Attorneys ind C.ounnrllcrs at 1 aw. I Will piic'tlc- in all Ho iiiiiiis ot New I Mexico anil Ti'Xhn I 3 rtUc In Ihf C ao,. ill HulUlntj. ( ; KA.VI HAM & iiyi; ATToHNKVs , r I AW Cami hhaii. Niw U xii o IMlice iiiivoii St. Kasl of I i. nit Mouse SKCI'IUIV AllHIKM'T o. in ollicc. )K IIOMKlC !'. I'AKK. rilVMICIAN AMI. Si lli.im. urn,,, iii Hun iin... Imiii.i,! it, i.i. iii',. ,,n llliiw u.. SI . Jlnl IhN.I Noilli .,f :-i Ii.s.l Ikhiim' CAI.KSIIAII SI- W MIAII O J A N ; YMKYKK. run. i si.im i i. uihI 1.1 l '"IA I M l. I , . .11 Tw.-iil , -ii. v.-ursi..) r , it. , , . ,,f l:,,y lii.t N.l j..inihH , III i, . ,n I . vm II i .l S, a Mi'Mlro. IC A. li. lluAhl i:v, osi i:iii', i me i i i AMI SI lna-.nN ttoolll-. 'I. 111. I III v hhl ' l..'. . , , -1 ,,. II. v si:i l i Ks I'lnsK I AN AVIi .-I -111,1 N i . ' n.. ,., i .i . .. I llll, .11. I ... I,. A Dollar Saved Isd DolLir tiirnt-d mi will ,ilw,is s,ir niuiiiA hy Ji dlimi wild (n i ,lc y (iiii trust. Hit' Old KYInU t I Is at 'ie same stand I hat he as sears ago, and Wil' e t here w In n ;, u: wa clothes (IMMIi- ll'UKIIl nk XV.ll unit JACOB J. SMI 111 houe leaders have nut yet abandoned tie ln, f enact ing financial h-clslatii-n at tliepics. lit essiiHI. IN presetita' IS Vreclatid. of Netv Volk. whn-r riiergeiicy c.rreticy bill has been considered lis : ( ,-i ,t(l ir sut stitute f,r the AMridi tncis. lire, said stcrd.iy that he h.el canvassed the repunhcan n:eir -bers of the house, and that tun sixths of them woiii.l tjiito for his bill. The ipiestiou now is whether enough otei can be marshaled for the bill without the aid of the democrats.