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The Carlsbad Current
and New Meaico Sun. .iM,... N.M.I rNl.M i: si m. .1. .. . .. ii.ii.hi m i? iW ; J a, t wn fa.ir rim-iili'tattst tN t'-ta-r II. l'a'7. I (. arhhtnl 'lrintmqCo., ltihlhhcn V... M MulUr. W I ; HI llsi ItH'lloN (I ai pet annum lhf Of f i (dt f'dptr Of IdJy County. I 41 I.I 1 t'M tv tii'litv ai.il rntrrcl a- - kiiiI it iuhii.t at tli arl-til N M I ...I nltl. ANNOUNCEMENTS. I'mb-slr Llrfkantl I tOttlt WnmJrf I iii-f (iv itfiii'Hifir f my if mi n Minli'liitf f. r th- m i f rnlMtic ricth iml M Mill- in Hi-i irlT 11I I i'l v iimiiI y -it 1 ijert (0 I h . iii'ii til th1 l nun rHll ir 1 ihm r I- Arthur H jiiiiin W I. tUi MMiiriv Ihr 'jrrt-nt to nti'inrcr l.i naiiif ..r .-.tlitf . I rk rnl ( irlf t.ti-iit .. ttic ilt-ftNM rati .i Minn- Juiif ml ibr r.irrfi.r .,t i i. urn...,!,. r t m ulU-r tif l,- -' m m 1 nimIhUi' Tr I tie t m ( . i'n.it.- i..r -.iiii i 1.. id -n. rain 1 1 j ( Aaar.at. 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In.lry.lliin I III' limn' of .1 A A ritml rui.if in Ih-miIiv MM I...HI....I f..r HiiiM.rtiil, n.lci.1 ..f 1'iil.lu In.l111rl11.it .1 I il.lv I ..mil v ulij.i 1 1.1 llii- iti'i i.iiiii uf lh .li nn, t.ili' t..li.rm ili iirimitrM. Mi.- I iirtriil 111 Bui In. ri.iil In niitiouiii t I'ruf A A n avMi . m 1 mimIiiImIc f..r 11. .lln r i.f miir iiil.iiilriii nf imdlir in. 1 1 url i..n l.ir .l.lv futility .nil!., l In l In. m imii ..r I In' ilciiiiM' mln ii iiiii, i.m Junr i lli LiMnmlanh-Arr IHslrlil Nn, i 'I hr f iiiirnl In Hul hnrtr'nl In Ni.ttiiiini.' I li tinin i.f Jimii II liinl.Niii for i 'iMiiii.Ni.iiiMr fn.n. Ih.m.l Nn !. t-jl.lt ...mil, N M. .11 1. hi I I.. I l.r i mn uf I In. ilt-mm iri it ir iinar CmmUliinrr INvtrltl Sii. J 1 lit I iitienl I. mil lnri,.i In miliiiiiiiri , lit iianii- uf I tA . Il.nitii fm I tiiiiit.iiiiit I friini I i-1 N. I, r .1.1' l o.nii t ii.t i In 'In- ili'iiii- i I HI ll . ItliHIM'H I In1!! In ! iiiii.. int 'i ll i 1 . il. ti I I ..tiniii.. mini f.n I').. I I III It I t . .'ll'll'l I til I ll. M' I i HI. I'l IIIIMI t I ll I I I..II a i ain.iliili f.i N.i I l-.l.lv .1 III!' .ll'll.iM I ll .1 I' KiiiIi I'tnlialr J.iifkr M, M U IA ImI. II. at I..- u ..If. I l-.i.l, t'. .! in, i ti 1 1. ,,, , I 'tit r.n i tl- a. I 11 ..f . l lllllll I. It'll ll" ,7',.". "! ,, "' '"- I In I I Ml N'.i. .1 . I Mil' .1 III... .1 In IIM I I... II I ll lira. tin', ami t..ill. tm RiNwcll will expend about 11 h.ijf llci.iusc the ciiimtv boaid was ' million in public improvements the plmt-il in a position tb.it pi ci hi Jed comiiit season. Koswell's bondtd the idea nl a m-i ond ele. (Ion to vote debt now hovels around th? half bruin? bonds and hecausi th? dis-1 niillinii mark while Carlsbad only MM attorney was uu.ibl? to pass low?s $1 ,Hou ail told. Despite these 011 the li'alitvof th? bmiiU voted, lacts'som? people say we should not tm sii. h (iiestions ptopeily come vote a measly $40,000 for sewers, beloie a distiiit court, a small street improvements and fire pro Kanunt Attesi.i have seen tit tocen- tection. i sine ."letsrs. Heard and Weaver of ...... I the county board. The only way j to pt'imaiientlv and legally settle Homo Trad Homihtt. ... .. . . , , , , When )uiir ii.it .loo- nciKlilMir aell this question of a bnde for Artesia j . h kll, )lf 8,HN, tll , is to take the matter into Court oil order cnluloiiue inlteillaea and at cur ! some uuestioii. such aa to man.tani. I I'ric.. ou ne.sl a doctor era the ponnl to compel another rlection when the questions of the bonds alteady voted will be passed upon- From what the people of Aitesia said the board was expect ing this action long ago. Instead of taking proper steps to secure a bridge, the Artesia gang prefer to 1 make political capital out of I . , the matter and endeavor to stir up prejudice against Carlsbad and Catlsbad people. The Ad-' vct itte continues to refer to the Catlsbad gang and says "no can-' didate was even elected to office 1 that did not hail (rum Carlsbad."! which I untrue. Quite a number of health seek ers have come to Carlsbad in the past week to try the health giving water of this city and all who Javte ;r,!d water y it i. the best restorer thev have found in ,he Wfst( wnjlh , some of ,he mn? Proof ,hat ,h' 'Rood neaitn resort and should be pushed more. '-Governor Bradford Prince stated in his address at the court . - .. , . ... house Friday night, while speak- ng of the past history of New -t . .... imrnto ano me "fecos vaney," was the first river seen in New Mexico by English eyes and that Pecos, New Mexico was the largest town in the United States in 1402. Just where the town Pecos was located is not known, but it is was somewhere near Santa Rosa. Drummers and visitors to Carls bad state that this is the prettiest town of its size in New Mciico and " the Commercial Club knows how to entertain better than the majority of the other clubs. Considerable interest is being taken in the passage by con gress of the bill Increasing the homestead law from 160 to 320 ."'" '"".acres. Many inquiries are being received from interested settlers ... V. n ..... I ... I . J . I . .1 w," "ecu iiiuiriaiiu mill iney may a i . jn iLl. . ; .1 . ft.- " m n I 1U lull II 1 1 y . 1 ne Current has written fo' a copy of the bill and nil other information which will be published later. The Artesia News has another howl about taxes and intimates the connty rate is too high. If the News will investigate its tax receipt if it has one -It will find that are publican district court is responsi ble for the expenditure of about one sixth of the funds paid in for county taxes, that the repuplican territor ial gang expend, waste and graft at least one-thiri of alt taxes paid into the county treasury; that the school districts have all built new hotistsand in many districts this is u heavy burden. Outofth.it $7.00 th? county board is allowed less than sixty cents to pay all general r" imuiiii; urjiiy UIMTHI; .. ...... ..... I. ..li.... jilftk'i salary unci all oth?r county ! officer's salaries, also fees of the1 sheriff prescribed by law. The: ! News is a fair specimen of the say- j . that "tiuies won't li? but liars i will tiijiir?." i intention If you purchase by Hut mall route j Kvery tub must aland on Ita own bottom. So also mint every town If you knock (he bottom out of prnsHrl ! Iv In your town by dolu" a laiuc part 1 of your tun lua- from the cntalniiue house, the place la calculated to fall down pretty a.sai 1 1 ir Hie farmer who d.s a a-sst deal ot ,,,l '"a rr""' ma't order concerns e : ,MU ;"""" '""f ""J ve.-c.ubie. '"' """r l-i-islii.-t-t In III home town. h houid renieuii-r that it la a t-j..r ni1" """ w,,l' "'k both I'."1"" f"r ,,l',r""w " i r.MHIue their l.acarchisi to the larue 1 and luriu catuloitu.sj from the city j bon-- souictiuns. i. ai uewspaM-r 1 ?',"rt"" '' ''i-.s to t. i.d ni,t at loan., h till It ihIl-IiI iihv i.t ln.tk r.ir audi thine lu the home paHr. Then If you tl. hi 1 tl 1 i.l what you warn ask ; the merchant why he dotHtn't advertise 1 The city mall order ttore la the tvaj octopue. Its thousand of tentacle 1 are tucking lu money rr.HU every dirts- 1 tlou. Money la I lie blond of a eoiniuu ! nlly, aud wheu ll la drunk hy the oc topus lo luch aw (itvul 11m lown ! ate It ms.su e-tamlc Pur,E water supply vital Mlth of Community It Vtry Lrgi l) Dpndnt Upon It. Too nmnjf (.i -. n ill J. hi rnnnnt Im taken towanl kuuiiIIihj tlio waler siii plj of a town. A Ion, tills Unit Til wnril WeRfiiiinn itnya In tbo Mctropoll tun MiirhzIi)).: Tlio henllli of n coMiniunlty .Irppii'l" laricrljr Uhiii tin- jiiirltjr of It n nnlef Ui'ljr. Konii.Tljr It wna llioiiRht t lt.it t witrr In trhli'h .lu-ml.Htrjr falletl to lln.l aujr iioiIoiih .i.iiiimiI win fit fur .la metl? um', Imt in rtsTiit ji-tr. tlie m l lice of ItnetrrliiliiK hat ili'iiimiKtrnli'il Hint mu'li watrr tuny roiilaln tint KiTint Of llullKI-rilllK llixi'llHfH Thi.' ritiik lo rrfnw vpry raplilly In nuiulter ami ro often cuiniiiiiiili'utetl by the eon tmnltiiitiiiti uf 11 aourrn nf wnler aupply from one infiitiii itoraon tu a whole romiiiiiiilty Sm h a raw ovciirrwl In 1HH4 .' In T'lyiiiotith. I 'a. A man who had eotit .vtt'il typhoid fever In I'hlln delphla wa ntimml dnrltnj the winter In a bona.. n,ar a mountain I in hi. whlrh fluwnl int.. a river from whlrli riyniotith ili-rlvisl ita water supply The tfue from the lick room was thrown on tin timw iiiar tlio liouai' wltlioiit ImIiik ilHliifttrtiiil. , i(t, weather tin. nut kill dlaenae aerm-i th typhoid Rcnim wer wanhnl in the sprlnit hy th It In of the auow Into the mountain tr.-aiii referretl to above, ami 11a a eoiiaiiiniire more II11111 I.ihni cutftt of typhulil fever and ulamt imi deatlia from HiIk ili-iiaie oivurre,! In riyniiiiilh, Ibi'Nf r .!' ImIiiu nil eon rliiisl to perton-i (IrliikliiK the polliitiil water. lu l'i- 1 1 ii 11 1 1 u ric . fiermittiy, una tin lied by n terr.l.ii .lil-tii ! of rbolfra Thl city di'hwi Itr, wtitt-r Htipply from the river Kiln. At the time of Hit epiilemli' I ln rUer water witlmui twliic tillered wan llx'.l fur ilumeslli pnrimse It ha Immmi proved liejotnl iiieMtlon that the n nns of rbolerii were emu liiiinleateil lo tin I'lty'r. water supply by throw Ink Int.. tin rler the exereln of a niillor win ;h ali'k wllh eliolera on a vetnel nin'li..ieil In tile Kila. Near ly II.INKI persoti-l illi-d of I'lloleM III Ilambtirit iliirlm.- thl eplilemle, but In Allona. a atiliuili of llamlnira. uhIiik FJIn- water Unit had Inh-ii filtered throuitli amid, not a i-iin of eholeni o.'- rurrnl that con:. I U tni I tu the drink Iiii( of the nnii:i.reil wuler of Hum burr BEAUTIFY YOUR FACTORIES. Valuable at an Advortiting Ftaturo and Montficial la Employtot. Henreii of newspaper nrtlelea are writ ten HlMint Improveineiil of publle Ntrects; maKUKlnes iriilme are iiibllshed In n4:ird to beiinllfvliii; luniiis and Ifmni ils. prl7.es are ell ere. I to eeitiiin classes nf ptsiple as an liicetuhe ro ward ir iiil.'iilim back ards; pulille pla tfioiniil. .ire estnlill-hcl and aelnail yurds tii-iefully kept We puss Jinlu meiil nn nil Hiese things nml call them llood. sns the l.o Anireles Time, lo till llli il "f sunshine, where veitetnttou Itrow with nl s no cultivation and w here to lieiintlfy nl least the exterior and Kiouii'ls of our uuiinifnciorle would ie.'ilre so llllli! effort, thl aboiild be .Line imt only fur the moral ami itest'icilc Inllncin e on the employ iMs. bul n.illy us nn inlcrtl..lnu feu lute, iilw.'iv Nhow Iiik tourists Unit even work um Mlmp can be ininle Is'illl tlful by niinre In our rnllforuhi. Not one Imt ninny traveler hnve re miirked n ' . . 1 1 the vine coered water tmik tpr.n ticnl thluit t rally 1 nt a ccr III Mall ar l.o Aliuele on III.' Null I. ake nillroiid. The eye nml mind ate rested nt seelntf a bit of unsmery there 'I he elts-trle power house Ma tinned in interval all the way from I'ottiolin t alley to several thousand feet alstve Jim Antonio canyon how wluil can l.e done In simple landscape Rard.-iiliii: In wnsle place. Kvery wea ry cIIuiIst eomliiK around n U-ml In the Irall up there among the iiioiintalua can assure you that the vision of blisuiiliiK Unwept, well kept lawn and ma l.e a fioinlalii I a welcome alht. The writer ha In mind two factiv rl.-. one so pretty and refreshlna- that the passerby think II liiusl Im a plena lire lo sit near the low om-u win tluwa In siiininer and gtniice out ch-cr-alonally from the work of cutting leather and hammering tack, for It la a Mum' factory In Holland. Mich., to which I refer, to a plot of freh green gr. That glance doea not detract from the work, but make the tltiicera more nimble and the mind more clear. Muat we uf (he goldun went go hack east to rind the iwautlful In nature combined with utility In aupplylng the ii.sj.da of our IsslleaT Can we have no auch ornamental practical faetorlea of our own? Another, -r!iapt mure pre tentlntis I the home of the fniiwu Itis.kw.i.sl lottery In riueliiiiall. 1m you doubt that the lultoeticv of theae tssautlful aurrouiidlug on the artist who tits-orate thl ware worka not through their active Augers? Our ground It aa fertile, our worklngmen aa appreciative, our ow n mind it aea thetlr a any In the eaal. 11 ua look to our factories, at leaat to the extent of luipm-, ing them by the addition of a few clinging vines to bide and soften the glare of walls aud the harth, son ll.ui ntiUlnt of Um buUdlugs Whtn Idott Art Eaton. At eortaln aeaaon In some part of India It the duty nf every devout pemon co t a ieelal sort of ennre. tloiiery. Every con feet loner In linn ber, for Inula nee, ha a pole almtit i fis-t hlKh at hi door, and to thl In nailed a grpnt hook nlmut a foot h and thick In proportion. On one M of thl la a brink fire, with a hug earthen pan on It. Ilefnre the pan I man may be een alltlnx. for iioInhIv ataud when he ran alt. with a kind 0 wooden ladle, and with thl he tirlaklj at In quantity of bubbling, blu.i. I.Niklng augur till It Iwouiea 1 1 i t toiiKh He then 'raie It toip'lli.' and put ll on a pie. e of board to coo a llitle. and then. Kettlnit up and ilex teniUHly throw Inn It on the larife hivk he In-Kin lo pull out the lonli nub Nlaine He iliiiw II out to the lemflli of four or live feet at a time and throw. It liai k and el. ninnies It itu-nln. and a be uiiiuliiiliitea It till the mas Ins n aa white as auow. Thl rompoHllloii treated I iiiiinufiictnreil In all ort o: acred forms - ilnnre of little MoImkiiiI (oda -and I eiiKerly luniKht for eon sumption. .- Mtraiid Maaaxlue. Bome children act a If It were a conatant aurprlae to them that their partnt bad the eirellent tatte to pick theru ouL-Nanruckt Inquirer and Mirror. Attend the minstrels. cake walk, at the Notice of Suit. l'irnliirv n( Nnw . lc., . 1 'iiiuty .if Kil.lv i .1 W KiiN.fV, I'liiinlift. o '...s v. I ara K. Iir mi ami I T Vai,.nt.ne 1'riii.liM. hul l.ni. To (ht- i.iiu. limit 111 tin aisive cause, urcei In 10U sill lake u.itice mat thi-r. lm. Iits-n nu n aannisi ou in tlio ni.irict muri tm it, rum .111. 11. 'inl in.iri. 1 nt lie turritnry nl Ne MeMco, lltiln ntnl Inr tile cillnly nl r . - sun oy j w ilu-taev lu a cau-e '"'"'' Mi y lii iilaluun ami I rn r HryHiian.ll I Valei e itu-ln. are ilt'it'iiii.inia an,t ruinilH r,..! a nn the court iIih ket ol ..nl 1 nun fhai aiU mill Is 11. 1 Hniiiua lu -uii 1 uurl Hint Hie aeneral nliici nt unlit suit la to iiiici illlei.. me l.ill.iwinu descrllieii lauils io- ii: s.iullii-nn iiuari. r ol Nectlmi II Ins llilllp i'n.llUl, Nanae J Kal s M I'' M III IMlily eolinly. New Utun.,, aa nKHlllst iletemlnnt Lara r llryan anil I . imrlitiou i-aiil proitrty nccorilniK lo I he riahis nl ttie pni'liua lliiTriu an. it. 1 camel the iii.iiIkhk aiveu on nam properly hy naiii I ara r lirvsti in the ileleiujant, i f. Valentine as IrualiH Vnu are further noil del that If ou tall lo euler your apiiearauce nn nr ImIih, the nih il) of July. Itiis. pnUment hy ilsln.ill kill Im rt-inli-rtil nanlust nii lu aaul cau-e ami the aii,a.ii.ii,a ,,( plaintiff coinulaiul ill lie taken ns crinfi.H,iet I'laliilin s nllorner! ie llc.r. Hillac Hi ice ami their reaiili uce lii carlsliHil. New MellCii Witness the linn William II I'.ipe A". socinie 1 u-l i I tin supreme 1 on ri ul tin I..ITII.II V l S.. Mine, iin.l JinUe of the I nth in. In iil m.irli i i mn i laerem ami tin .nl ..I ..11 I ln.iri.-t i nurt till, isili day nl Mv. , i l:,. S I, ll'UlUlt.. 1 l.rs CI III S-.'S -' ' Ul'linly ! A f'nislieii Finn from Finland, at the minstrels. A hi'iui etui collision ahmit ton miles south of KomwcII between j the reirular passenyer train anil !a north houn.i freight at ten t. 111., Wetlnesduy, came near k. i II Jinur F.tiKineer O. V. Mct'tillum, , who jiiniei through the window j of the cab and saved his life, Moth engine. were smashed, but I no one killed. Attend the Nigger wedding Tuesday night. Memorial Service Programme. Programme, of Memorial ser vices to be held nt court house in Carlsbac. May .loth, l'.MIS at 2. p. m: Invocation Rev. S. H. WimkI. S""g" America. SpetH'h. Judge James M. Dye. Speech. Capt. E. P. Hujac. Song. Star Spangled Banner Hy Mrs. It. M. Fesenden. Amlience to join chorus. Speech. Rev. E. McQueen (iray. Song. Nearer My God to Thee. Prayer. Rev. J. F. Hedg- peth. At clone of excercise3, all go to the cemetery and decorate graves. P. (I. Grantham, Chairman of the meeting. Only one chance to see the minstrels. Tuesday night. Your horses get the best care at the Star Stables. FOR SALE:-Stngl e top buggy. Good as new. See R. li. Armstrong at National Bank of Carlsbad. Struck it Rich. The folbwing from the Wick enburg. Arizona, Miner refers to a former employee of the Cur rent. Tom Kellis, who was here during lcflx;.?-".. He left here going to Texas and finally drifted out to Arizona and from the notice herew ith it is likely he ii doing well: "The Rig Horn range of moun tains promises to be the scene of considerable mining activity in the near future. The latest deal that promises well is that whereby the Corral groupeof mines passes from the hands of Ramon Valendia to A. J. and Tom Kellis of this place, they having made the second pay ment on the property last Sat urday, and propose to do con siderable work there this fall. There has been very little devol opment work done so far, but the surface ore is so rich that by actual measurement there is sufficient in sight to reimburse the purchasers for the price of the property. Ramon Valencia made a shipment of the ore to the Humbold smelter some time ago, which netted him $170 per ton. The most recent assays of ore taken from a two foot vein gave S215 and $210.70 per ton. The Kellis brothers are well pleased with the property, ami say the ore is the best they have seen in many days." Bring your Harneaa or Saddle and have them fixed up at Finlay-Pratt Hardware Com pany. All kinds of leather work. No Use to Die. 'I have found out that there w 110 use to die of lung trouble aa long aa you can get Dr. King a New Diaeov erv." auya Mra. J. I" White of Kuah born; I'a. 'I would not be alive to day only for thul wonderful medicine, li loeacii up a cough quicker thun any thing elav and cure lung dist-k-.se even ufler the case la pronounced hopeless," I his moat reliable remedy for cough and cold, la t;riHle, uslbiuu. bronchitis and hi.ur.-iciic, is aold under guarantee at K.idy lirug store ;v. und ai.iai trial bottle free. Long for Carlsbad. In a recent letter to A. M. Hove, secretary of the Pecos Water Users' Association, Judge A. A. Freeman, formerly of Curlsbad, but now of Victoria, P.ritish Columbia, says in part: "1 am more than triad to hear of the bright prospects of the lower valley. There is a charm about that country which I can not describe. 1 may never re turn to it to live, for I am get ting old now and my interests here may detain me some time, but I would prefer that to any country I know of. if I were at perfect liberty to select my home The Life Insurance muddle ha atur'ed the public to think ing, ine wontierrul aucceaa that baa niVt I lit I lit Til ' M llurehnlinil Menu. I .... crusade on rmuhs lnitii.,...u u... clutia and all pulmonary troubiet-has ultirfu.l llu .,.,1.1... ... .L- .1.. .. - miini; iu tuoiHing 01 ira wonderful preparation. They are all UHlUlf it. .loin the iirni-ui.i.ii. down with aieknt-aa lti..A o, r.iL j . 1 . . i.t "v , 1 7v aim ST. i'l. hold by Mdy Drug I ompany. Methodist Church. Sunday: Sunday school. 1(1 a. m preaching services. II a. m ; junior teagu-J, j;.hi p. m.; seniur league, 7 p, m. ; preaching services, 7.-:i p. m. Wedneaday: Prayer meeting, TM p. m.; choir practice, H p. m. Thursduy : Home M irtrtinn si. j.l,.t. first Thursday In each month at 3 p. m choir practice, " p. ni. ' I he pastor, as well as the rh.riiu and Help Department of the League anu me tiome Mission .society, will be glad to learn of the w hereabout of the needy, sick or stranger. Harneaa and Saddle made and repaired at Finlay-Pratt Hardware Company.