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I I 00000000000000000000000000 ! LOCAL XKWS. M ' ((1MB, ONNII tNIt MO NI WHAT tMMI HO, Ii. N tloaff tarried Sunday nigni enrouie irom smurnio, where his teams are at work, to his home in Malaga where he visited few days. Hurl Chaney who visited with his aunt, Mrs. J. J. Draper, while attending school during the past term departed for his home in San Antonio, Texas, last Wed nesday. . , . . . . . i 4 ill.. Cuno Scheel of the Vineyard Stock Farm leaves in a few days for Chicago where he will pur chase a large number of big mares, Mr. Scheel intends rais ins mules on his farm. The ladies of St. Fdwards Catholic church will hold a Mar ket Saturday May With. A. U. O'Quinn the popular candidate for probate clerk and recorder started north Monday morning by team and hack taking his bed so as to le cer tain to live with the people of Hope for a time. Mrs. F. S. Mays of Tucson. Arizona, who visited her sister Mrs. L. F. Merchant the past month, departed Monday morn ing for Ml I'aso, where she was joined by her sister Mrs. Chas. Mitchell, iroing from there to Mexico City. The Farmers Land League of Artesia ;md Florence has made a conp.vat with Messrs. Mcl.ena then mid tracy whereby they Secure the exclusive of t he lands around Florence belunging to these gentlemen. The contract is made for the months. Lena Dunn, who was cauuht in the tool bo under the south bound way, car hist Wednesday was captured and tried for steal ing t suit case owned by Holly Hay and sentenced bv Judge Cunningham to sixty days in jail which sentence he commenced serving last Saturday. C. II. McLetiathe!) departed Monday morning for Hrooklyn. N. w York w hc.v, on May L'd, he will he joined i'l Wedlock to Miss Marie Hayr.uv. Doth Mr. Me I.etiathoii and Miss liavroiix have a host of friends in Carlsbad wlu will wish them much joy and a pleasant wedding trip. Acrey I'.ros. Shipped out l..oo bead of fat ewes yesterday to Kansas City, U. Ohnemus going in charge of same. While in Kansas City Mr. Ohnemus will pure uise the largest stock of Llacksmilh goods ev.-r brought to Kddy county being contident of a good business this coming sum mer and full. A ball game occurred in Carls-1 bad Sunday between a nine pic!: d up among the railway em-' ployees and the Carlsbad nine. The railroaders showed up well and in the first live innings j made nine runs to only one for the town team. Hut when the Cimit1 closed the tow n boys had , eleven, to twelve for the rail- oi'itili'lff. V lill."-nn-l unit' llllt'ie.-il was manifest in the game which : 1..... 1' ,1.1.. I........... oooooooo t.mved tht -A iTlu,.uU.n ,,.""lm,rv"- AUVOCIHO. gotten up in Carlsbad. Government Fngineers (I. D. Kirkpatrick and F. J. hie came in Monday and left Tuesday for the (iuadalupes and Dog canon, to insneet four townshins snr. voyed last season by Deputy V. S. Surveyor H. A. Nymeyer. at the recent city election and he Three townships near Orange in 'mipies the position of chair Otero countv and one township n'!n. Mr. Croat h has a farm of near (Jueen in this countv. The :!-. acres, near Dayton, and his Star stable furnished the outfit i ,'ntln' liim' attention was and Ceorge Hennett (colored I deniandotl there. Artesia Advo uccompanied as driver, guide and 'i1'. scout. I Jacob Merle of Attica. Wyotn-'. FoK KFNT: Six room dwell mg county, New York, who came '"r. water, electric light, etc., at here eight weeks ago to take ' !.. per month. Fn-piire at treatment nt the i;arisbal Inter veinus Sanitarium for tubercu losis of the glands of the neck left Wednesday morning after taking eight treatments, about four quarts of the liquid being injected into the veins of his arm coming in direct contract with the blood. He stated before leav ing that he felt much better and belieues he ia cured. J. W. Armstrong was in Kos well this week on legal business. F. V. AlbCtp.n left Tuesday with H00 oli! c.nvs and other mix ed stulF for Kansas parties. ' Llii.i!.-, Trice the hustling for assessor came " ...... v - down Monday from Artesia. Mr. Frank Joyce who has been confined to his home with illness for two weeks is on the mend E. K. Hartshorn of the Malaga Land & Improvement Co., came in Wednesday with a bunch of land Heekers. "Tad" Huling has purchased a $25,000.00 home in Mineral Wells Texas, where he will make his home in the future. Allen C. Heard has been under the weather for the past week w ith sciatic rheumatism, requir ing a cane to move about. The ladies of the P. a p t i s t church will serve ice cream and cake on Friday May 2i!th from 5 to 10 p.m. at some place down i town. i K. .1. P.oyle of Creoly. Col.. has' sold his stock, implements, etc.. ' and left for Colorado after a couple of months prospecting in this vicinity. There will be no services at the Presbyterian church on next Sun day other than the Sunday sol I and Young People's meeting. The pastor is out of town. Missis Camille. Alline and Master Leslie (I ra n thai n departed yesterday for an eu ndi d isit lit their old home in Corii'ana, Texas, with their grand parents. Mr. .1. P. Methane's hack Was badly broken Wednesday by lrij mules running awav from a scare caused by the sprinkling wagon coming along while the team wa standing in trout of the Sidiiit W. II. Jones and wife return ed last Friday from an extended visit at Mineral Wells. They re. port having met Mi. and Mrs. J. M. Hess w ho are both in good health. Mr. Hess is running a w agon yard. The Huting-I' wcry anil Lucas X Iteynolds cat'le to the num ber of about I.mmi arrive,! from below the Tex is line Monday and loaded ,o(i Tuesday for ship ment to Kansas. Tin balance were driven to the Puckett ranch near Portales. A couple of health seekers brothers named Lamai came in yesterday trom They will May jioses. The Fleet lie i.Si'itMl electric I i.asurn Kansas, for health pur theatre lias a alio, besides an- other tu res piano n-ed wltiU' the pi,- that are accompanied bv smgmg are shown. This ular place!of amuscm 'tit is ) I . i - shovV- ingas good pictures as any of its kind in the cities and well tie serves patronage. Prof. P.ishop. of Carlsbad who was recently elected superinten dent of Artesia Public Schools for the term of l'.w.;t, spent a day or two in this city this week. He will move his familv here as soon as his wife recovers1 1 1 ,i , . , , ., 'IT "'' .w.,,u'.h l'niNiruily The many friends of J. J. Croat h regret very much that he has decided to move to his ranch and thereby cause a vacancy in the board town trustees. Jlis election to the position was a tin- aninious choice with the peopl, this otlico. KOOMS: For a couple of nice furnished mom call at this otlico. Arthur Mavfield was in town Wednesday from the mountains en-route to his fathers ranch sout h of Van Horn where he will tarry for the summer. WICHITA BOOSTERS (the Kansas crowd wanted to 'carry him back with them ho Bob up at the Beautiful - Came' proved so strong a Kansas man, , , . i ... i .i . aw and Conquered - Rig Smoker With Plenty of Eloquence and Cold Beer - Highly Pleated with Vi.it. hib Kansas and few there were ilkes-Hambletonian driving The Wichita. Kansas. Com-1 who after the sweltering eVen-j hT t,,,ik'1 h h,,rst' ,liJ ',,t , i. I,.- i run bnt galloped along up the mercial Club showed up on ) ing did not enjoy a glass of the j stret,t; $r . ,am,,s concluded to schedule time last Tuesday after-! ice cold (ierman beverage, for if ,,uit tlie buggy and in the jump noon with not less than loo of there is one thing a prohih gen-! sprained his ankle from the cf- the bustling business men of erallv likes it is beer. I fects of which he is now on Wichita. Nearly , every line j After the reception the visi- """'I' l? f K "V v ,c,a,,nt' ..... '. . , no damage being done the rig, was represented in the party tors gave three rousing cheers an,, tak4, ,om ,,y K(J T(imri with the popular new-paper for Carlsbad and on a vote which j who brought another rig back to men Messrs. Dave Leahy of the j was unanimous expressed them-1 get Mr. James. Fugle ami II. J. Allen of the selves as having seen the prett-' Jim Seanhin who was thrown Heacoti in the van. About Uost town, enjoyed the best time from a horse near the llendrick twenty rigs met the ex tirsion j and heard the best speeches of , residence last week and from the train at Avalon. six mile- north j anv point on the trip. After! ''"Vets of which he was laid up of town and conveyed n many live hours of sight, seeing and ' u'n ,lays w ai,ll ," ,,' ""l of the paatv as desired w r the ' entertainment the visitors de- j v ,, ., , , . . , .. . ; . ,. ,i New Process dasohne Moves works at Avalon dam, tl ence to parted at 11 p. m.. giving the tlie best ever-Finlay-Pratt Hard town, while the balanc" of the ' town u farewell serenade. The ' ware Company. party were joined on t train by several citizens who to de in on the train. The excursionists v.- '-c ac- 'companied by the Hope. Kansas, band which was materii.. ' aided by Prof. Wells, who '.e-l the '.and at Uosw II. The I and nnd party went at once t ;l e ver- ttiela of Hotel Schlit. gave .-everal line concerts, p! .tig and sincing for a couple after which the patt. vited to the Coinniei. ; iii .iirs. .'.as in- I . :" rt:iri I " of the f' 'it is and a general .. reception held. President J. H. ,loii- Coiuniercial Club ii.' Mayor James M, Dye, :. i coined the visitors in li '. appropriate speech. !i iiltiC'd i Wei- at and . Dye having spent tlie grci'. f par tioii of his life otily a ! v miles east of Wichita in M -'iri. was able to talk to th" if they were "home foi, itors as ." 11" .vas followed by Mr. 1'owell ( the vi-itors. who niad" a very seiisil. talk "ii the needs of both Wichita Mid 'ari.-bad atid explained in a very ;i dd way why til" i'i towns should be come mutually interested in each other. Mr. Pratt was then in troduced by Pr-'-idetit Joyce and lll.ade I'lit' of the best nddl'es-es 1 of which he isjii-tly famous. Tipton Co of the CoX-ImO'I- gett Wholesale Dry (ioods r.iin jiatiy of Wichi'a, then made a few humorous remarks and was followed by J. T. Hives id" CarN had, w ho pai 1 a high compli ment to K insaj and her pl averring that the main hop-of tliis section was from Kansas because the large majority f land sales now. are being made to oeonle from the crreat ' S in- llower" state. Mr. Hives was followed by Henrv J. Allen of the Heacn. who made the most litiished c rat ion of the evening, describ ing the trip in detail, besides telling whv th" visitors came. He said that Wichita had 1 Id wholesale houses and could lur hish tlie necessities of lite to the people here quicker and cheaper than unv other point. Hisclos- ' ing was a high tribute to home patriotism and love of our town and its p ile. When Mr. Allen closed, ('apt. Hujac was called for and responded in one of the finest speeches he over , .1 . 1 made, saying that when young he was taught to fear and .lis- pise people from Kansas, but he liad gotten over all that and had 1 , . .11 1 learned to respect and love such men as Fun.-ton ami dozens of others he knew in the Phillipines He finally likened the people of Kansas to gods ami nnvlv i.n.l brought down the house with npplau.se and after he finished amr me t-pcocne u.e crown t,.V 'H.e temeterv isboMtig repaired to the btitlet where j well this i-prnig l.eiug in good '.Ia k Hailey nnd Phliney -Coch- hands. Iran as caterers served fresll J. . .T,m,., m,.t Wlth an acri t keg beer, hamburger and all the', ont Tuesday bv a rubber bit ; et ceteras to the people from pro- breaking in the mouth of his tine next stop on the trip was at ( lovisl 'thence short stops will be made i at the small towns along the Helen cutt o T. as far as Vaughn, thence t i Santa Ilosa, Dalhart ' and down the I'ort Worth i-1 i,nver to Anurillo and over the Kock Inland to Fnid and back to i -hita. No Use to Die. I 1; 1 .11.. I ...ii 1 1 I l. : I ,. r.i,;. ii ....I. i., ,i ; -I,. , ' I 'i'. K mi' N, i I ii . Ml'-. .1. Pi W In'.- ,..: I II. i U" l id ! 1 I" lei ."' I' '. W ','1 I III II ill. ,1 ... Ul' Il 'I'll. I I ',l rtl! Hint . an", lain; ,,i i ii ,. i . i, i. I rn ; 1': ,i r, ..;, ii , . It: I..' el :,ll. I .1 . . .. Hi r :e. I :.. ii I t .'ii. :, V. H t In , I ....in.. ' I" . ...!.I ,M,. -. I- tl.iUlu i...,..,k..' , t,,f . ., Ifl . II ' hill. I, i, , ,, l, , . : i .iii'i. r , i..ii .!. -1....I Notice to Stock Owners. The tuwn ni.ir.-1i.tt wishes tu iintily all whu have hccn ia the the liahit of .st ikiiii; stm k out, m .1 to he in reath t tl.tidics r trees stuets or ; I'leys that smh to. k will lie linpiiiiiiihil, as thuti.tlt tlo-v were hmse .nul lmM same until .ill t o-ts are paid, Pondniastcr'a Stile. I will sell at palilic am tim at the tuwn u ii 1 at .' p. in. Miy J7, nae iihl red ro.ia Inn -e ln .iinleil ,wy S mi h it tliii;li, with I. tins-, iiinler same. CAKLtamiioN. M.ir.h.il. Baptist Church Ntt Suml.ty will lie o1M-rveil as 'Or Han buy" ami 11 special imisi- m',MU" I'r"'"" r- r''"''J ''X '"' 'hotister. Mr. (Ji,mH' for ,,K' nniln srrvi.e. A VoCal s,,lu wil1 ,,e rendered y Mrs. Cushin; a duett by Mis Me lie Diaper iiml Mr. Chilumi and a ' . mi0 y "' 4nt' PUSIur w'" I,r,,u,M " .""t "Thl? Soul's Praise." The Life Innurnnre inii.l.l I.' t.a- -l.e''. 'l tin' 1 .11 1 ,1 1.' I., ll.inl. I lie olelerl ul mi, (,.., , ll,:il I,:,, r. .,r,'liiiiti. S run in 11 , in.'' 1 1 i - :i t mi rnillis. hillil.h.i, Una, Inn- ami all nilin"iiiti v I rmiul... h;i- l.trl..,l ll it, In- I., Iliinl it.,. ..r ,1 . mi.i. i-tal ire.iii:,ii,.n id.., at.- 1,11 '!"""; '"I" .. """.--""-'" "'"! iloU II 1M1 li'klK'.--. l ll. i'J.M'. ill.' .Ih. I i., .s,,i i i,N k.i.i.v liiun 1 ..ni,an. Methoditt Church. SuimIuv: Sniiiluv I I, lo in. ; ini'ii. taia' -. rM,'. -. 11 u m ; juni.,r 11 !" '" M'""'r 7 in. ; i.riM'-inni' urn ire-.. , . I, in. w',., s(1.iy ,,r r , .., ,, ,., , (,n pni, u, ... - p m 'lliar-ilav M .tn.- Mi-..-,i..ii - iv '" i'""i.lav m me ii inmiili ut ip. n, ; 1 limr lira. In r, in i ,.. ,.,.,.., ..n , n. n,.,,i. ,,,,,1 n. ii, 1 unm. iit (,f u... i...n,.,i.. ami lln- llnini- MM.m n,. i. ly. will In i't""t i.' win leitiH.uts of iin-, "l,"'' "" k "r j Your horses git the Lest care, . ut the Star Stables. I Mn. W, A. Fmlay was etc, te,i 1 president and Mrs. F McQueen !;rav "w-retary at the meeting of i thecetnetery association last r ri- Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Mitchell re- : "i.d'ng west of town have a new girl at their home that arrived Tuesday. Kivmotid Depew. who has been in Carlsbad a couple of years etnploved w it Ii the !ee!a Illation Service left Wednesday to act 1 t a po-it i ni w it Ii 1 ii" 'oi,t set a ice in Wa.-l.itc'lo!!, I'. C. CornelilH Hl-i '. -ill";' 'ei-.i !ia. w a- married 111 I.'" - a el! to Miss llilie.l. I '..I II e-ter la . ,i' l" home of W. W. A'l't. I' o'i. ( 'ot r.eli 1 1 was j.. a a and 1 ire 1 he! v ill I 'ai lsNail. All the latent I l.s I. 'll ci. romance and a.hent'.i" a? t'l.e Kddy Drug Co. An Ideal Man. All thuaha pew-paper a-k'il its umii trri"d woiiieii reader- the t'nllo.Vlllg i'eStio'i: lfoi Wef ' to eseri'i" ,our hap rear jirivi'i v.e v. hat kind of a tnau v.au!d ou piMpo-e to'.' An a--toili-hil-.t Il'llllber of rephe- V. iH' received, an! it i; n..tev. m t ii.v that i'i ama.inri'y of the .1 - s t he man leel'ihed lia ' et to i.e bom. 'I he pri.'.i' olVrfvd tor the bi -t an -'. r went to Mi-s M itl" H-l-c "Ml", of .Vi;'.'.'. La Sale' Stieet. t'l ica-o. lleleai" -o'la' of the U l'!li a- ,,! .man: Mi-- !Coue'.s ideal II" ni i-t be a y. 1 inea! ticket provid.-r. lie llilist able tosu ear w in n the occsion dema'iii- it. He iiiu-t not sta out too many nights ill the Week. Hit he Would not be forced to tell where he had been. II" lil'i-it be old enough to .. .. , , know what bf. is. lb can t learn too joung. II" must have a face that wili attract dogs and babies. Heauty is II object. II" must haw just money enough to know where the lieNt meal is coming from, and not enough so that h" can live w ith out working. lie must be an American and a gentleman. Foreign noblemen and Americans of the Thaw class need not apply. This ideal is patterned alter James. Dahlmanti, the "Cowboy , Mayor" ' not him of Omaha. Hut it st the wans for ".Ian'" has boon married for some time. Miss Hascome; who is a pret ty blonde of about Well she says sh" is past eighteen explained why .she would choose audi a man. She does not watit the mayor for she does hot believe ift taking a man from his wife, but he tloos believe that another just like him would bo H very tit companion for her.