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Inn nirry in i irn nwr liwt hu. lil nilniitiiiilllia . anna, hint In I "I' I'i'i Ami ltf.-ii na ah ahull nlTi'r " linn I'iix list I in No. MH7 Hinilul tha Oontiitiun of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK at Carlabail, In th I irllnri nt M.a Mi li.u.al Ilii' rlna. til litialu.n llav II. Iari, II I HI II III X l-i atf ami Inai uuiito IKi Vti (t.i.lialta mm urrit an.) iiii'i'iiia. vm :j t IliilnU In ioi'ui i in iilalmn ' ..'i ui IUitnl, arritl iIi.m, li .tRI Itu liaiiaiiiH linn', im iiiiiir.Httil ntturi' t liur Irnin Nalinlia! Hmika nnl it. ! . a ! u. n.i ;i l .VI ' arrv. aalllai liti. titmi aii'rnt4l imi- aula I lift ami iiilifr t-ali ilrin hi in. .' lawful niimet rparrv. in Hatta vtr hill Iraal t.inl.r iiut.a rlrd.itiulliiil Itiuit Willi t M Irraa' urrr r Mr rent m .'irt uiailiini I u w tai tal.'Ui till ajj iJ T.'tal 1.1 A Ml I 4 n I'll a I alm-k paid in .MI . IHI Vdl.uaj uu faurplua lulnt liiuuun I IllllVIlt'! 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Hi-i nrili't nl M'l ihiui. iilij-i'i 111 tin in - I ton nl tin- it iiiiii mil' il l tiu rl Arthur K. ii'i.'iilnn I W I.. It"twi Mut tiurir.f' 1 Ii Current tu ann"itire , In imini' fur i .ilail.' tlcra anil recorder initijifl u Itn tlrniiN rat H' i.iimarica Jyria !C7. ' l I'urri'lit In hilt tlnrtr.al In Rtinmini T M Vlal'iT i.f l.ua'WNat a a rait'lnli.1.' fnr the uflir.' if f'M.liati' I l.-i aulirerl li lti. ilemiaraii' .l imat ii'H i me .'i . 1 1a Aacaa(it 1 r.irri'iit la aiilhnnraal In arinnurir Jnhn W i I'M- ft rtf m.n? a i ait'liilatc fur the i.lt.ie nf Ai'-"i -.f l.ititv I'ttinlv. auli'l In tin act Mill nf tin-ili ii.iM tatir ijriiiiuric. 'I l.i I urri'fit la a'lth'iriiaal tu aiinininr. Jimi tl Mi h.ait f.il fl'-i'Ui-l lull In I lie ultlre uf AM..ir nf lliti I nulitt Sea, Mcaim aitloei I l.i tlic ai'tM'ti "f i tti. .Ii iikm tat- at tti. county primari.. Tti. I 'tirrciil In ailttiurircl tn anni'iini' It M. Market fnr th. nrtarc i.f lav A eaanr nf t.ililv i t i.iirit N.-av Mi'iiin. autjrl tn th. ai tiun nf tti. ' ili'iiiiM ralK at tin I'lwnty lirtniarica. Mhrrlll I hert'tiv aiiruHirii'. myiMlf ramMa!. fnr th. iilhi.'if Mi.iirl nl I..I.I t n.inlv N. Mi . mili jm t In thi- ai IMitinf Ih. ifOTilMTaitr irimary. I .arliMlly Miliril III. aupMrt uf all M V. Hlvwart. Ih. t'iirr.hl la authnrliwl lit annnunr th riain. nf K A Katnri an a randalattt fnr tti. nfhr. nf nh.ritT nf thlv muirlr. aubji'l lu th. artMin nf I h. il.miM'rat ii lirinMirHra. twtrla)ltndrnl til tVMliHc InalrMCIIna) Th. nam. nf J. W Armntmnt la hamliy an nniiiii Ml fnr Muitffmit.ml.rt nf I'utilir IrtNtrurlum nf hihlr I'iMility auhjawl til lh tl.rlNWn uf lha il.iiHM iatir vnl.raal tr bntnaria. IhrCurr.nt w a.ilhnriwO Ui annnunr. I'mf A .A. haviwr aa a ranuHlat. for th uftirv of mvimt' , ,lf ,.,,, fiw Mt, tinlM, nihit tn ih. arimn of th. itrtmirrala priinarM Jim. 'ith. ContaMaalomr IMtlrttl Na. I Th. 1'urr.fit la authnrilMt bi announrath. nam tif Jii-wih M ttraham for rofnmiaMai4t.r fmm llmlnrt Ni II. Kihly t'uunlt. N. M . aulijorl to tti. ai'tatn of ih. ilmnorratir primariaa. Coatmltilimar INilrltl J Th 'urrnl ia ailthoriBial In ahniHinr Ih naiu.iifl'. W. Il.niaii for t'omniiaaiotM'r fmm I i1 No J, Mil County. auhjM't lu th l.mi rralir iritnari.a. I h.r.liv atinounr rn"lf aa a ramliilat fnr t nunty l'oliimnwiHinr for l'rM'irn-l Nn. it. I'lily t'ounly. auhit-rl lu Ih arlnin of th. iLmia-ratir liritnary .tVi'tHHi. J. f. k'nth. lroaal Judfa Mr. N. w. Vvr authia'iUHi h 1'urr.nt l' tat. that h. will la a ratMlalal. fur I'mlwl Juila. nf Klily County, aiibm-l lo III ai'lailt of III il.ntorratir .riniarta. I h. I'urr.nl la authorlual In annoutu i;n. W. l-arrailtnr. ana laiMlalal. tulhairftMiiit Cm. tail. Juila miliN'l u th il.niiM'ratli- irimaria inn aim. traaaurtr anal CoMtftliar. i " n. Fa.rtnarii. in nrani irtajiur.r arm I rullat'liir aiithniifM Ih I urr.nl In traat.nl hia nam. tur r.-i tHn autgwi't to th ihtmurratu iriinarla uf Jun The Lucky Quarter. Im Hit' inn' vim iiiiv nut fnr a Inm of IT Miik a .NfW I .iff I'iIIh. Iht'V liritiK ynu lliflitalth tlmt in tiinrt irt fttiua than ifwi-la Try thi'tii fnr lifml- ii'lt-. liillniiHtira, i'tiiiNliiulinn unit ' niHluna If thv tliMuiiHiint ynu in i iirit-ii will ltt ilii'crtnlly rfftiniliHl nt riuy i trtiK ainr. Furwfll, Texiin, the town aJ jtiiniiiK 'IVxico at the mate line where the Santa Fe enters Tt'xu-t, m now a county neat. Beit Healer in the World. Iff K. Surltirti. uf Kiwi Kavnioml M iiih. aaya: "I hav untnl Hinklt-n a Arnira Salvtt fnr fvral yt-arn. on my nlil army wnuml, anil nthr nlattiiiHlK iira, anil limi it the br-rtt hfalttr ill th wnrlil. I u it tun with itreat auoi'i-aa in my vrltrtuury buin. Vrire ii.'' at Ktlily lirug alitm. Skating "In the Good old Sum. mer Time" it a pleasure it you use I roler skates, so come to the rink 1 ur. t. A ... trtl y Hiuii aa r uaivar Vllt:vi Ur lor the season with new skates P'n,r o' them to accomodate all sired feet. As an inducement to bring every on, to our up-to-date rink we have decided to let the ladies skate free eicept Saturday night for a short time. Humble Bros. Props. See A. J. Crawford. For two phaeton, one double tiiiRK.v. harnetiM. aadtlle, eiiKilatfe eutter. hay rake ami fanninit mill ami tineKt home in town. Carlsbad Dairy Purt Jctraaty Milk and Oraam Oollw- rod to all part of trt olty. DEATH CLAIMS ARCH- BISHOP BOURGADE Suffering From Rheumatism He Sought Relief in Chicago ! Where End Came at Five o'clock Satur day. ChicHif... May 17. Most Ilev. IVti-r .Bon rtrade arclibinhtm of .Santa Ke. 1 i ! at a hospital here of heart failure today, aed M years. The archbishop came to Chi cago, May 1th. from Hot Springs Arkansas. He was HufTerinK from a slight physical weak ness, but until yesterday had not been confined to his bed. On the contrary, he txk short drives on days when the weather permitted and his condition was not considered serious. Yester day, feelinjr more than usually indisposed, he remained in bed He had a sinking spell early to day, from which he appeared to have rallied, when he was attain stricken and died at five o'clock in the afternoon. Kev. S. dates chaplain of the hospital, and Rev. Thomas Caraher, of Buffalo the latter a patient in the hospi tal, were at his bedside. Archbishop Hourjrade had held his present char-re since January 7th, 1899. Horn and educated in r ranee, he went to Arizona as a missionary in 18(59, was or dained at Santa Fe the same year and hejran work at Yuma in 1879. He was consecrated in 18H,r vicarapostolic of Arizona, with the titular rank of bishop of Taumacoand resided at Tucson until promoted to be archbishop. Most Rev. Peter Bourirade, archbishop of the archdiocese of Santa Fe and metropolitan of the suffragan dioseses of Denver and Tucson, died at 5:20 yester day evening at Mercy hospital in Chicago. The news was re ceived in this city by Rev. A. M. Mandalari. S. .1. a short time after the death of the preiate. The archbishop hnd been in very poor health for several years, suffering a great ileal from rheumatism of the stomach. His condition, however, was at no time considered alarming The active work of the diocese for some time past has been al most entirely attended to by B.hop Pitaval, auxiliary bishoD of the archdiocess. The arch bishop was in Albuquerque about two months ago and spent two weeks re- cunerating at the St. Joseph's sanitarium. From this city he returned to Santa Fc. where he !ent several days. He then went to San Antonio, Texas, in the hope that the climate there would benefit him- He visited in San Antonio for several weeks and then went to Hot Springs. Arkansas. From there he went to Chicago where he placed him self under the care of Dr. Murphy and entered the Mercy hospital for treatment. Reports as to his condition were issued from time to time and seemingiy indicated that he was on the road to recovery. The telegram an nouncing his death caused much grief and surprise among the clergy in this city, among whom he had many friends of long standing. Father Mandalari, who was a close friend to the archbishop for the past twenty years, was very much shocked nt the announcement. "The news of the death of the archbishop surprises and grieves me very much." said Father A. M. Mandalari of this city last night "I knew that he had been in delicate health for some death so soon. With the pass ing of archbishop Uourgade, the Catholic church loses one of the best men who have ever worked for the upbuilding of the church in New Mexico and a man who was popular with the people of nil races and denominations in the territory. He was a man of mild ami sweet disposition, su perior training and attainments and was a zealons and tactful priest. He came to New Mex ico when he was a young man ami has held every position in the archdiocese from parish priest to the archbishopric. He thoroughly understood local con ditions ami had excellent success in directing the spiritual needs of the priests and the people under him. On account of his health uf late years his activity has been very much impaired. The condition of his health was a continual sorrow to him and he often confided his regrets to me, saying that there was so much work to be done if he only had the physical strength to ac complish it. We will hold a re quiem mass for the repose of the soul of the archbishop some time this week. Announce ments regarding the date and time of these services will be made later." Most Kev. Peter Bourgade was born sixty-six years ago in Clairmont, France. He made his preliminary studies for the priesthood in France and came to New Mexico before being or dained a priest in 18(56, accom panying Archbishop Lamy. He was ordained a priest in Santa Fe shortly after his arrival. Fur nearly twenty years he labored as a parish priest and missionary in Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas, being at different times stationed at Silver City, New Mexico, San Elizario, Texas, ami many other places. While parish priest at Silver City he built a convent, hospital and accademy for the Sisters of Mercy. At Elizario the large church was erected through his efforts. On May 18. 1885 he was appointed vicar apostolic of Arizona, with headquarters at Tucson. On May 8th, 1897 he was consecrated bishop of the diocese of Tucson, succeeding Bishop Salpointe, who was trans ferred to the archbishopric of Finlay-Pratt Hardware Co. Farming Implements Royal Hay Presses Just Received Hay Stackers and All Kinds of FARMING TOOLS Finlay-Pratt Santa Fe. A magnificent cathe dral ami a tine sanitarium were built at Tuscon by Bishop Bour grade. while laboring in that diocese. On January 7, 18!t!, he 'was transferred to the archditv cese of Santa Fe anil consecrated as arc hoi shop, .rchbishop ' Bourgade was the fourth pre I late to occupy the archbishopric. 'The see of Santa Fe was es- ! tnlJiajlwwl uj i Itiiilwitit. in 1WrJI ica lit 1 1. .i an iiciinijM iv, 1 1 ." and as an archbishopric in 1875, Archbishop Lamy being the first archpishop. He was followed by Archbishops Salpointe. Chapelle, and Bourgade. Although in poor health while occuping the posi tion Archbishap Bourgade mana ged to accomplish a great deal of work which will be a lasting monument to his memory. His last annual report showed a total of 167.000 members in the territory, wi t h fort y-fi v e churches having resident priests 840 missions and chapels and a number of schools, convents and academies. The exact date of the funeral has not been announced, but it is believed that the remains will be shipped from Chicago to Santa Fe and that interment will be made in Santa Fe next Friday. -Albuquerque Journal. Notice of Suit. Trrltory nt Nw MrXlo, i County of KtltJy t J. W. Huaay, riaintlft. No. D va. lara I . Hryao and I. T. Valrntinr Truat, ltiiilama. To the dlDdanta In tbeabuva taua, arl inn Vim will taa nolle that thr haa lirrn fllfHl aaalnal you In Ih dtatrict cinirt Inr It. Kit lb Judicial IHatrirt ol ih territory nl Nf Meilco witiiin and lor Hi canity nl tilily. a ault by J . W. H unary in a t aua whrin J M. Huaat-y la plaintiff and Laror. Hryan and I. I Valtitliia, irual. ar illiidatiia and numlixl .n on tti court diM'krl ol anl court That aald ami la now plidlllf In attl.l court. That th aiittral uliicc! ul win! ault la to tUtt till I" tit followitiii dacrltvl land, to-wit: Miiuthaat iiuarlcr ol tacttoii 11 Towiiatilp It . Mlttl, Hallat 27 Kaal. V M. r M. in Kildy county, Nw aixlc". aa aatatnat i!lriidiiil Ijtra r Hryan and !. partition aald properly ai cordltiK to in rlitlila ol Hi pMrtiL't llirih ati.t lo cancl the tnorlitaM Kiii ou aaiid proprty tiy aaid tjira K. Hryan to llm drlrndaiit, I. T Valrniliir, a truat. ou ar (urtlicr tiotirli'il that tt you lall to niter your apocnrNiic on or before Hi llth day ol July. IMt. ludcuieitt by urlaull will tr rendered atfalltat you 111 aald caua and lit allcMat.otia of piatutlfl a complaint will In tnlien aa colifeaned. Hlaintlft'a attornVa are Maara. Hu)ac A Hrtc and lltir reaideuc In Carlaltad. New Mriir.i. Miinraa the lion. William II l'ui Aa. iM'iat Juatic t, the Suprellt I'oill-I nl Hi Territory ol New Meiiiu. and Judge ol Ih Intli Judical litatrlci ourt luerrol. and Ih aeal of aaltl liiatrtct Court thla iai ii day nl May, A. It. lu. at I, Hoiiihiv I Ink. lil t Hi sank. Ueputy. FOR SALE:-Cement block plant. Best process made. Will be sold at a bargain. N. T. Daugherty, Carlsbad, New Mexico. Hardware Co.