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.No I'ovsilile Loophole Fur Nimrod Who SIh.ms Ferocious Cottontail Without i'u.vlnu the State fr the I'rit ilcor. LOANS AND INVESTMENT We hive money to loan on Farm Lands and Live Stock or other good security-bearing property, and solicit the business ot farmers who desire to add to their herds or are In need of money to Improve their lands. Call and see us. A. W. THOMPSON & CO. Thompson Bldg. Clnton, N. M. Ili'ii'iift.r it will be absolutely iiece-icary for those who limit rab bits, us well as for those who bunt animals on which homilies are pahl, to take out. hiinlitm' licenses to save themselves ffolll prosecution under the ame anil tish laws of the state. The necessity is created by House Kill No. one id the last of the measures sinned by Governor Mc- lionald, vshich a mis many of the s. I'lmns of the old law, iiiiiiiiik them Section U', which provides that "no pe'o:i .shall at any time shoot, hunt or take in any manner any pune which is by law protected in this slate, without lir.-l having in his or her pos-es.-ion a liiinl ini; license." The n w law makes this section read as follow-: "Seel ion 12. No person shall at :iny lime slm.t. Iiunl or take in any manner any wild animals or birds or tame li-.li her. in delined in this slate wilhoiit tí i t having in his or her po.i'.-.-ioii a hiiiitinn license as hereinafter provided for the year in which such slmoliiiK. lishin; or hiiiituiK is done. The presence of any p-rsoii m any open held, prairie or t'on-.-l, whether enclosed or not, with trap-, urn or oilier wapon for hunting, without having in posses sion a proper luiiihin.' license as lit i-.-in pro-tided, .shall he prima fa il. o iih le e of the lo'iilloii of luis s ell' II." resident, $1 .r0; non-resident, $20; non-resident alien, 50. (luiile license, $1; storage permit, l; permit to transport deer, 92; permit to ship llsh, ! ; permit to re tain wild animals in captivity, 1; tbe Sold nnil sent fr him- The Antitypical Lord' Anointed. Our Coklen Text flpppnl" to nil Christians. In connection with the High Calling of the (Jnsnol Ace. Ad the Ircf measen zer we. too, nre plicate licenses, certificates or per mits, !. ; r'ishiiiK license, resiih'llt. $1; non- I ri'-id.Mit, $.". New Mexican transportation permit. 25 cenls: do- asking for these to he anointed 1 with tillcates or per- TUe 011 01 K'nnness. me '"' tout they may t e uini:s nun iivi the Messianic K ini-'.loiii. Like -tins rrophet Stimiiel. we inilit feel nfriild to anoint the miiressois (if present lll- iltutlons. did wp i, t realize that the sen I I n K f the Lord's Lint, now in progress, Is a ve ret work, which ii o n e ciin under- si.nnl e.i ept those who have It. The inline Dnvhl Unities Beloved :rnl us It nppllei. .lecially to our J.nnl. of whom Je- DAVID ANOINTED KING I feurnwrl 16 k Ii April II. A Man After God's Own Heart An. other Phase of Samuel's Character. Samuel Sent to Bethlehem Anoint ing the Successors of Present Institu tions David a Type of the Church. Divine Method of Selection of Elect. mm Unn look Ih on Ihr uultrmd nfipruraitre, but i.U'l lookcth on the hiarl.l bam. It. -7. I NO SAI L'S rejection by the Lord uieuut liol only his ultí male íeinoviil from the throne, hut that his sons should uot tmivccil him in It, nnd that the Lord would Kile 0 uiiiilher man lor the of fice. The l'ivine cholee was David, to whom the 11 pint Samuel hail luill reetly releriid. Haying. "The Lord hath sought Him a man after Ills own heart." 1 Samuel 1:1:14. At the time of today's Study, Davtd was nhout twenty joins old. III t rent fji andiiiolher was the (ientle flutli. who had peaiied crniii In pioli- , .. :. nhlv the very Held whh wlildi Imvld new i ! was ritiiü.r. :íi re it mandfaiher lio po-sihle through which a.iv person ()f wIll)St. history Is of the leave. The provision sw ;. in'. an.l l-Jd. wlni Iniiils any class ol annuals can s, ;,p . All must h reafter pay a III'. Iise fee to tile state. Hie hew law makes important c!i m-es in the seasons for liiinlitu protected j-Miue, as foilovvs: )eer with In rns. North of the ::.h parall'-l id' to Ii latitud', from tictoher hi In .November 5: south of the :;."ith parall I, from IV tub r 2" to NoMiiilur 25. Heretofore the season has been from October 1 to November 15. A. heretofore, only one deer can be killed by any one p M'sou iluriiiK any one season. recorded m un' Book of Until. Like I'.oaz, Iavid'.i I father Jesse was i dolihl less one of J the LldeiM of It.th I I e ll e 111. re peeteil j and honored us a ' Uuble man. Of 1.1 . j moi her we know ! Uuvld twice men- vlujice j tioued her us a handmaid of God. ! The l'lophct Samuel mourned for I Uh;S Saul, apparently uisappoiiued that he should he rejected, guile prob ably forebodings of u civil war per- ( TP ) m Rfff i uu t luiv imtin The :i5lh parallel passes thrntik'll turbe.l the Prophet's mind. He knew the counties of McKinley, Valencia, i that Sm.l wuul 1 not quietly lay down Davtd AnoinUd King. hovull said. "This is Mv beloved Son.' so r.lso It npplieN to i II the members of Hli Body, eneb of wlnuii must be be loved, else ho eiuinnt l.e aei eptahle lis i member. Of Midi the Head says, 'The Father Himself I veth you": suet apahi. "Love one another, as I have lovid you." All who receive thi nnolDtlnt; of tho Lord must ultímate, be of this beloved clcnirter. Our "J1TM:YM Oiler Ii'IN'T MISS Tills slip, enclose w ilh llhirao, III., writing address clearly. . in return a trial pac Foley's Honey and This and 50c. Cut out this to Foley iV Co., y Mir name and u will receive .ae containing lar Compound, for coughs, colds and croup: Foley Kidney Pills, for pain in sides and back, rheumatism, backache, kid ney and bladder ailments: anil Fo ley Cathartic Tabids, a wholesome and thorough rlcai.-mg cathartic, especially comforting to stout per sons. Sold by City I M ug Store. described when, on rein found Ins rent linil ir K'liee Hr week Miel s iiinü home, lie en raced su i It iiliilliueu Iteriialillo, Torrance, tuiadalupe, and Uuay. Wild lurkey. North of the 35th parallel, from November I to le ci hilicr .11: south of Ihe .'5111 paral lel, from Octoher 25 to November 25. The season heretofore has been t fi'oiu Novehiliir 1 to January 15. Tie' numle r in the possession of a hunter is reduced from four to three. tirouse. From September lti to November 25, instead of from Sep tember I to November 15. Only live instead of six can be legally in possession of the hunter. Ouail. From October 25 to Sep tember HI, instead of from Novem ber I to January Ü1. The number that a hunter can have in his or her possession is reduced from thirty to twenty. I oves.-From August 10 to Sep tember .'Hi. instead of from July 1 to September I. The number of doves is also reduced from thirty to twenty. No change is made in tbe duck sea son, tin' period extending, as here tofore from September 1 to March ;il. However, the number in posses sion of the hunter at any one time will hereafter be limited to twenty instead of thirty. The tasseed-ear gray sipiirrel is placed in the list of protected game by the new law, and June 1 to No vember 'Mi is designated as the open season. Although tish licenses for resi dents are established by the new law, trout fishing is excepted from its provisions, ami conseipiently few of the residents of the state will tiltil it necessary to take out the new' license. The lishing season is made from June 1 to November 25, instead of from May 15 to October 15, and the amount of trout to be taken by a fisherman in any one day is lim ited to ten pounds per day. The following are the license fees to be paid under the provisions of the new law: Combination big game, bird and lisli license, resident,!, ifj; haint! li cense for non-residents, ami for res ident aliens, 13; for non-resident aliens, $55. liig gainc, resident, $1; bird, resi dent, l ; general big game and bird, the Bcepter which he had taken up so modestly. In obedience to the Divine nrrangeineiit. .Samuel should have had greater trust In Ood's Wisdom and Tower, but his trouble was more or less like that which assails the Lord's people, even today. When sent to iinolnt Kavld. the I'rophet did not hesitate to perform the Lord's bidding, hut he Intimated that he clearly understood that Kill Saul would kill him ns n traitor If he should anoint a successor to the king dom. The Lord assured him that the matter would not be mudo known at once, and directed him to go to Belli Ichem nnd make a sacrifice there, and to h ipiove the opportunity of llndlir,' nnd anointing the one who In due time would become king. God's Choice of King. Our Study begins at ttie point when the l'ri phet arrived at Bethlehem. Thinking that his presence signified some sin on their part or on that of their fellovv-chl.ens, the Klders Inquir ed whether he came peaceably or not whether his presence meant u blessing or the Infliction of a penalty. Their fears were allaye 1 when they heard that his mission wus to offer a sacrifice to the Lord. Some time before this, the Ark of the Covenant had been captured by the Philistines. The Tabernacle services, thus discontinued, liad not yet Wen re established; consequently this sacri ficing was performed by the Lord's especially appointed servant. The command for the people of Bethlehem to sanctify themselves If they would participate in the blessings of the sacri fice dignified that they should bathe, put on clean clothed and draw nigh to the Lord with all their hearts. Thus typl 'iiíly they represented that Justi fication nnd sanctifleallon which the Church of the Gospel Age has enjoyed. The Prophet seems to have taken supervision of Jesse's family to the In tent that ho might without public dis play find and anoint the man whom the Lord had chosen. Jesse Introduced his sons to the Prophet In the order of their birth-his eldest first. Kllab was of fine appearance, ami the I'rophet nssunii d that he was the Lord's choice.. Rut the liord was lo.iklng on the heart, and hud already selected lavld. al though being under age. his father had not thought It worth while to call him to the feast. As one after another of Jesse's sons appeared, the Prophet found not him whom the Lord's Spirit Imliccb-d as the one to be anointed. Then bo Inquired. "Are all thy chil dren here?" Jesse suddenly remem bered Jbat bU youngest boy wm In for twenty hum week lien tin- iinnj lord coolly Informed nun thin tie Had paid the tine mid romd nave m nouse at the former rent lnnlou Answers r,',king Dtbtinction "What ts ttie dlfteietiee. linked ttif te&clier "lietweeii eiintloi, hiiiI cow ardiet- V Jonnnv. wno unserved tiiioirs care fully for so voiitlifui n person, nn swered "Caution is lien von re ni ra id uno cowiodice ih hen tile other fellow s fruid ' - Ijnlies Home Journal Dear "loe the halo much tnuitileY' "AlWH.V fVept Dave rompan) or lietrolt Kree press Babyl tfo i Mleep on the n-imt to niiMils we go out "- What hii iiiaecessitiie stroinrhoid thai man jmssessen u in. is always in ear uest tth himself and the things round him. Ooethe IJOPLLAR MICflANICS 'I-.I I - I 300 article: 300 ILLUSTI? TI0N3 Popular Mechanics 1 Magazine "wnn'Tt.i -or vcu caw undertmho rrw CT. T Cont'nued Glory of tie V.VfV'Vi 'X ' 7 '"..o, ami vl:uh v.;i I y ' : 'i t r.i-evcr. Von ic l.vir.í; i i 1 y-:ir, oí t !-e mist v.-víUcIlm tul n--.,c. v ' t; i .I'u.' t'r -ithe i:rc?tt't v. 'jr!ci i-i t f v.::'. . A iLUunt oí Mura wouid Ría-:.:-" ;: 4 fff FOR OVE Yr AT 3 ijlslU J SUbbCKIr ii-.1 totiimntía-;iae.inorc1crioi"i - fnnc1 o' nir pn at n Li "int ri.ij a 1 l'sr:.-.i -i ,V,e "'u rcutluiK tit Two r..i . ns oí y ..'rri n e, a;d it ia t'if f vo: i ivv--e ia ' '" 'uAs tA tic b ? s. ll ap.x i'-í to &;i classes au j .nt . men rol v.1 ornea, ta 'r,i3 lJfrirtc:it ('-.") p-p"?' ' M y I l l" : V t I;i.lJ: i t'.l -! .; i.-é í'r li .t.i-l t 'i' v. H'imirh, vk; "Ar.u' ' r " xh-f.ir- ' 1 t.:- i. i I'-'i fe wt . . .. i.c : ; :.. " . . v It t J ' . ' . " : . , iui'. -ni r i i ..ii" u otf 1 iv . vw 1 s t n.-v tr r " r t . The urentest eeonomv of Forr) ears i not In the ' low price hut in the low after cn,t of operation lew than two r-enN a mile in city and coun try. They are ditfned n 'ui,t to erve and ave; to hrin? 'he luxury of pleasure and' the sturdine" in h.isinevs work this is why there r? nire thin 700.000 now in me thU is whit h is mide the F r 1 the universal our these are the merits ye present why you should buy a Ford ILivers ol this cir will shire in profits if we sell at relsil :h)0,0i0 new Ford eirs between Ao (j.ist 19 I and Aunust 1015. Uuiml.out ÍUII 1'ourin.j Car I W0 ; Town Car ftiHO; Coupclet S750; Sedan $075, fully eqUip I d. f. o l. I) iioii. O.idisplav and sale at PIOSF.KR OARAGE. .1. Allon Wikoíf, A4ent Claylun. .New Mexico. I READ THE ALBUQUERQUE EVENING HERALD New of the World ty AssocUted Presi Leaiei Wfr. News of New Mexico ud Eastern Artion by Special Corr pondentf. Pally Stork Market Quotation!. Including Cattle, Sheep, Hora, Hay and Grain PAIR IN POLITICS; DEMOCRATIC IN PRINCIPLE. ALL THE NEWS THE GAY IT HAPPENS ALL THE HEWS THE WAY IT HAPPENS riTorable train wv'c place ttie RFOl'LAR EDITION of the Albuquerque Kvenlhc nerald in most pans of the klate ahead of ever other daily paper. THE EVENING HERALD ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO. 5Ü Cents per IVionth - 05.00 per Year nltlioiii MONUMENTS Largest Stock in the Southwest We I'ay the Freicrht and Guarantee every job we sell. V rite for ile-iuiis and estimates. BOWERS MONUMENT CO. 215 E.itCent!, Albuquerque, m. n. Clear Enougrt "I cun t oinli rviiiiid Unit guiwny tare abe Hre loe "Why Hii.vliiMti oiiL'til to tie a tile to nee throiiL'h a L'liwwy HtHre"- Hitlinore Aliierlciiii THE CLA.YTON MEAT MARKET .loiix srHiN(;, lVop. Fresh and Salted Mtat, Fruits and Provisions. Fish and Oysters in Season. TKI.KI'HONK NO. K5. CLAYTON. NEW MEXICO. THE EKLUND HOTEL Steam Heated and Electric Lighted Rooms, 75c to $1.50 Menls, 25c to 50c COAL N KI (5 Ell HEAD. XlTAXDl. U A I P. AUTOMOBILE SERVICE DAÍ AND NIGHT EKLUND HOTEL RANCH AND IRRIGATION CO Clayton, IN. AA. Reminder. Mn. Fie said I reminder! him of a Oreek Rodders. Mr.-nuh! Mrs. Whnl do I remlud you of? Mr. Of every darned thine I overlook that you aV me to do. Cleveland Lender. .Ravtrtlbl. Stella I take my husband nlonp to help choose a hat. Bella I take a hat along to help choose a biwlmnil. New Tork Run. Many go for wool and come home horn themaelvea. Cerrante. Rcvang. "Will you marry me, Mlaa Quisle T "No. Mr JlnW "Oh. thank youl I waa ao afraid you'd say yea, for. you Bee. the fellows were hettlng no fellow bad the nerve to link you, and I took It up In spite of the rtsk."-BalUraore American. Domaitio Discord. "My husband used to call ma hi lovely lute." "And nowT "Now he plcka on me." Lonlsrlll Courier-Journal.