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ORDINANCE NO. 83 .
An Ordinance to Restrain and the marshal tl.itf fur advertising each animal. Section 7 The tale provided inflec tion 6 ot thia ordinanre shall he at t!-..- m l r1 i u putuic auction, to tne mirneM Milder Moraea, Mule, lattle, Hogi, , frruh, at the town pound insaid town Goats, and Swine From Run i Carlsbad and the jiound keeper may i wf L r ! become a pu chaxer of such sale in ing at Largo WitMn the Cor. t(IM. there is not enough I id on such porate limits of the Town of animal or animals to pay his cost and Carlsbad; to Provide for a Pound Master, and Providing for the Impounding of such Animals. He it ordained by the Board of Trustee of the town ol Carlsbad aa follows: Section 1 It Khali tie unlawful for any neat cattle, home, mare, mule, hurro, (foal, sheep or bog ot any le scnplion to run at larie within the corjorate limits ot the town of Carls bacf Section 2-t'pon the pannage of this ordinance, there rha I te appointed by the board of Trustees of Haul town of Carlsbad, a pound keeper whoshall hold ottire during the pleasure of the board. It rhall be the duty of auch HutnJ keeocr to provide a safe pi ice fur tne ktepinir and caring for animals and aafeiy keep therein all animals brought to him, or found by him, under the provision of this ordinance. Section 3 It is hereby made the duty of said pound keeper and town marshal to make dilligent search within the limits of said town, and whenever any animal of the deai-rip-lion mentioned in section one of this ordinance is found running at large w ithin the corKirate linma ol said j town, to impound the same. And he shall receive the sum of lift v cents lor each animal so impounded wrin-h sum hall be paid after the sale or redemp tion thereof as provided in section live of this ordinance. Section 4 Any person residing in the town of Carlsbad, who ahall find any of the animals mentioned in section one of thia ordinance running at la rue within the corporate limits of atid town may take such animal or animals deliver it or them to the marshal or pound keeper Section a WhenanyanimaloranimaJs mentioned in Sec. I of thia ordinanre ehall be taken under the provuuona of this ordinance by the pound keeper be ahall at once give notice thereof to the wner or owner of such animal or animals, if such owner is known to said pound keeper, and if such owner or his agent ahall pay all charges against such animal or animals aa herein pro vided, the pound keeper shall deliver such animal or animals to such owner or his agent; but in event such owner shall not appear, or is unknown to such pound-keeper, or shall fail or refuse to iiay tne charges, then the said pound keeper shall before the expiration of twenty four hours from the time such animal or animals were impounded, give notice of the same to the town mar shal who ahall therefore post in six conspicuous place within the limits of the town of Car shad, written or printed notices of the fact of such animal br animals being impounded by him, giving he date when impounded, the description of the animal or animals and reciting the tart that the owner is unknown, or if the owner has not ap peared to redeem said animal or am- mal, or has failed or refused to pay expenses, and the proceeds arising trom surn sale shall go first to the payment of the costs, charges awl expenses of the taking up. keeping and sale of such animal and the residue if anv, shall be paid to the town recorder for the use of the owner of such unimal; hut the town shall in no rase be liatde to, or ey such owner any sum in excess o' that which the recorder so received from the marshal aa the proceeds of the sale of such anlma . Nor shall the town in any case: be liable fororon account of any fees or expenses In curred by reason of the imxnding. keeping or sale of any animal under the provixions of this ordinanre. Section H Any erson who 4ial! break open any und or other inrlos ure wherein animals are impounded umb-r the provisions of this ordinanre, or who ahall remove or in any manner aid or huh it in the removal ot any ani mals from snrh pound or other melon ure, without first having id the cos's, charges and expensea as provided in this ordinance, and any one who shall hinder, delay or ohxtruet any lierson in tlnvingor leading tothe pound any animal liable to lie impounded therein, ahall, upon conviction lie punished for each off ene by a tine not less than ten dollais nor more than fifty dot ara or by imprisonment in the rountv jail or town orison for a period not less than thirty days nor more than ninety davs.aor itv both such tin and impnsonient, in the discretion of the court Sections It shall be unlawful for any person to tit or fasten any animal deaehtwd in section one of this ordi nance upon any street or alley within the corporate limits of the town of Carlsbad: ami it shall be unlawful for any person to so tie or fasten any such animal upon any lot or park in said town of Carlabad so that such animal ran rtarh any sidewalk, street or alley in said town. Any person violat ing the provision of this section shall be guiltly of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof, shall be punished by a tine of not less than STi.OU nor more than lllt.Mt. Section 10 All ordinance and parts of ordinances in conflict herewith, are hereby repealed, and this ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after live days from its publication Panned and approved this 3rd day of June Ihos. James M. Dye, Attest: John K. (KlKAI.) Harvey, Keonrded. Mayor FOR SALE: -Cement block plant. Best process made. Will be sold at a bargain. N. T. Daugherty, Carload, New Mex ico. Salt Beds Leased. Capt. N. J. Fritz has recently leased from the Territorial Board of Kducation the salt lakes the chargea thereon, a't-er due notice I ....u 1 i i j as hereirV i.rovided. and that unless ! """"leant of Lake Arthur, and said owner or his agent shall within ! expects to establish salt Works five days from thu posting of said I .u u notice appear and redeem said animal there as soon as he can arrange or animals, the suine will be sold to to do SO. He is now getting nut -atisfy the is.und fee costs of care. I . , .m ,,.u u .. maintenance and ; ale. giving date and "."" F"" " n. "m place of sale, and upon the sixth day after the day of posting, if the ani mal or animals remain unclaimed and the charges unpaid, the town marshal hall sell or cause to be sold at public sale in the town of Carlsbad, said ani mal or animals, subject, however, to the right of the owner or owners to re deem the sumo as herein provided, and shall pay imiuihI fee. coat of keeping, and sale, of said animal or am GOODS For SUMMER FOR THE HOT SUMMER DAYS We Have a Fine Line of Fishing Tackle, Base Ball Goods, Hamocks and Crocket sets, and Quick Meal Gasoline Stoves. CANE POLES . . . 20c BIRCH .... 75c JOINTED CANE POLES $1. to $1.50 STEEL RODS . . $3.50 BAMBOO POLES $3.50 to $6.00 The PURITY FIRELESS COOKER is the latest out. Come in and see them at Tracy-Roberts Hdwe. Company's. THE BIG STORE. Plenty of Trouble is caused by stagnation of th liver and bowels to get rid of it and headache ami biliousness and the jaiisnn that j brings jaundice, lake lr King's New Life fills, the reliable purifiers thut do j the work without grinding or griping. 1 Hx at Kdily Drug store. day, which he is disposing of in ! the local market. Capt. Fritz sent some of this salt tothe department of chem-1 istry at Washington and had it analyzed. According to the analysis, this salt is 97 pure ! care and sale, ol said animal or am- 1 i : u u- u .. . ' mala, and the remainder, if any said I whlcn 18 tne highest percentage town marshal thail pay over to the of any analyzed by the govern-' rt-coiut-r oi too mwii in t niinottil uou dke his receipt therefor and the mayor of the town of Carlsbad shall execute and deliver in the name of the town a food and sufficient bill of sale to the pur chaser of any such animal or unimiils so sold under this ordinance: Provided however, that the owner of any ani mal or animals s Id under this ordin ance, muv at any time within thirty das after such sale, by appearing and making satisfactory proof of the owner vhip of such animal or animu s, have the rihl to mltem Hiich animal or am mals from the purchaser thereof by paying the purchase price ami a com pensation t i such purchaser 'f fifty cents per day, for the care anl main tdiance of hu h animal for the ac'ual tune i t hail oeen kept iiy such par chaser and said owner complying here with, shall also have the right to re ceive from the town the amount re ceived from the sale of auch animal or animals less the pound keeper's and iniirahars, jut and proper charges, and all bills of Hale hereaiter executed and delivered by said town to the pur chasers of impounded aiiinmls, oM undr this ordinance, -hull expressly provide for the rigiit of redemption of the same by the owner, upon his coin plianre with thia ordinance, but (he same shall become absolute al'lei the expira'ion of thirty day from such sale Section 1 The pound keeper ihall re ceive as cotnensation for receiving and feeding the sum of lifty cents u day for each horse, mare, mule or neat rattle, and f'e sum of twenty-five rents a day for each hog, buiro, gnat or aheep, which sums shall be imid to him by the marshal after the redemption or sale of such animals as provided in section ft ol this ordinance, ment. One of these lakes holds con siderable water and Captain Fritz has had a surveyor to esti mate the cost of draining it. This will cost about eleven hun dred dollars, but when it is drained pure salt can be loaded with a scoop shovel. At some time this will be a great revenue producing enterprise. Owing to t ie purity of the salt ist refining will cost the minimum, and on account of its unexhaustublu (juantity it will supply the' market for a large area of the I southwest. -Hagerman Mcssen-' ger. The al)ove seems rather an un usual proceeding for the land j upon which the salt beds are lo-. cated belongs to the government' Whether the territory can lease such deposits or not is a iues tion that should betaken up with the interior department. $100 Reword. For arrest of and conviction of any person stealing my horses or cattle. A. C. Heard. A MONEY-MAKER FOR AGENTS "THE OLD WORLD AND ITS WAYS" WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN 57ft I mft I OiUvoHa!" 51 $mi Lngtaviitti lium pfiMmtpl'tt ukra by Col. Biyan. Knt'uijntinir hi Irip antuiM wurld ami hi unit U alt t in t tuna lin tii i ijok n trawl etvtr wriflvn. MimsI ' -aller 1 ttit ifriieratHiti. four httltiimt m lour Month. The atfrnl'B tiarvmt. VN nt a' nua tut ' rttuiy ' anU ' Aavrtt' Omiti. Aivnl'a Outfit I'm . S ml I'fty in- in I'ovi'i rMi tif iitailinir antl tiaiHniu. AililrMM. THE THOMPSON PUB, CO., 1U!U"K CRYSTAL ICE. With June come the long hot wintrier lay, but llie discomfiture will not tw to great if you use CRYSTAL ICR, "lis made from Distilled water". If you hapten not to know ask your neighbors, they will trll you we ate tl.r dremJalle ICE, I EED. I LEI. and BOTTLING MEN. Our srivice i llie liet and we ate at a limr teady In rtve von MATHESON & LITTLE. The ICE, FEED, FUEL & BOTTLING MEN. I I l I I'Hi'M' "I iti -ii'i Mr i iium 1., A 2 Do. cate ol out Jersey Cream Soda will nnike you itLd Notice. To the Ollicers and Members of Kddy Urove Camp No. 5 Wood men of the World. Carlsbad. N. M. Ksteemed Sovereigns: This camp will observe Sunday June 11th. l'.MiM, as "Memorial" pay. Also, the unveiling of the monument of Sov. J. C Cameron, deceased. Vour presence on this occasion is therefore earnest ly requested. Sov. S. It Wood, pastor of t lie Haptist eh irch, has extended the Camp an invitation to attend ser vice at his church on the morn ing of the above date and he will also, conduct the memorial ser vices for the Camp in the after noon. Kvery member of the Camp is requested to be at the hall at ten o'clock a. m. rtnd go from there to the church for the morning service. We will meet at the hall again at three o'clock, p. rn. and go t the cemetery lor the memorial and unveiling cere monies. Neighboring Camps have been invited to visit us on this oc casion and participate in the ceremonies and there will be a number of visitors present. Let every member of the Camp who can possibly do so, attend in person and participate in the ceremonies. Fraternally. A. K. O'ljirrin, Consul Commander. Hy order of the Camp, J. II. Harvey, clerk, A Twenty year Sentence. "1'liavx jiihI I'tini n-tt't a twenty year j health eullice, impowil by tfuckli-n's Anl' Salue, which cured me of bleeil. niH ptlH )ut twenty ears airo," write O 8. Woolever. of l,i Kayxville, N Y A Dollar Sdved Is d Dollar Earned You will dlrtjys sdvi money by Jt'dllnq vsiih proplo you (dn trust. I ho OUhYliA Is at ':e same stand tiint he? as years ago, and wil' v there when you wa f clothes uiavd' irmo i Mm m m JAC015 J. SMIIII. Uu' kl. n Ailili'a S.ilve heals the worm Korea,; IkiiIk, burim. wounds nod cula in the shorten time at KddyCiiiu pnuy's I iruK toro