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Keds ! Keds !
Children, Women and Men!
Keds For Children !
Keds for the Boys and Girls, the col footwear the little ones like.
National Ethmy Lou Pumps.
Youths' Champion Oxfords.
Boys' Champion Bals.
Boys' National Yachting Oxfords, the serviceable Ked for boys.
Misses' Sister Sue, one strap slippers with white bow.
A good old world bo glad you're here,
To rhare its smile and share its tear,
To dance and swing and havo your
To vrcct some brother on the way,
To lend your light that those who
In darkness may not go astray
Across the green leagues of the
A good old world look up and boo
The glory of the grass and tree.
The bird and flower, the brook and
The dappled vales that lie in drcami
The hills, tbo
Keds For Women !
Women's National Yachting Ox
fords, white lace Oxfords.
Women's National ParadePumps,
with white buckle or vamp. Very
Women's National Veranda
Pumps, white bow or vamp;
Women's Sister Sue and Emmy
Lou Pumps, the popular ones.
KEDS FOR MEN !
Champion Oxfords, the low shoe
for any purpose.
Champion Bals, is a little lower
top than the regular lace shoe,
making it very comfortable.
Men's Natural Quarter Deck Ox
fords, is a good low shoe for street
And o'er bright summits catch the
Of lifo's immortal love and hope.
A good old world bo bravo and
To face your task and fight the fight,
To sing your song and lift your eyes
Beyond the shadows of the skies.
And do your best to keep the trust
That more than all we wot of lies ,
Beyond this dalliance and this dust.
A good old world play well your
Get in the game and tune your heart
To manly will and forthright deed,
And so through life with love for
Be sure tho heights you seek shall
Before you yet, though feet may bleed
And many n bubble burst nnd blow.
-Folgcr McKinscy, in Baltimore Sun.
LOCAL & PERSONAL
Albert Jones, of the firm of
Pence & Jones, Borderland Gar
age, with his wife and baby, left
this week for a six-weeks visit
to his old home in Brady, Texas,
Reynold Jordon and Joe McClos
key accompanied the party.
U. S. Food Administration License G38234 Lordsburg, New Mexico
Walter Chesser and party re
turned from a visit to Palomas
Springs last week. They made
the trip by auto and report a
good time. Walter says the fish
ing is good so good, in fact, that
you have to hide behind a tree to
bait your hook, the fish are so
many and so hungry.
July 4th We Close All Day
Save Money-Buy the Best
Automobile owners cannot be oo
careful as to the quality of gasoline and
lubricating oil they put in their cars.
It is not wise to stop your car at
first one filling station and then an
other. This gives you mixed grades
of "gas" and oil and plays havoc with
We handle only the best grades of
gasoline and "oil. And our prices are
lower than you have often paid for
cheaper grades. Get into the habit of
calling here regularly and notice what
a difference it will mahe in the way
your car runs.
QuicK and courteous service will
meet you every time you stop here.
ANK BARBER SHOP
l'EMX JONIiS. Proprietor
Umlsbure IVuik Iluildiue 5
Lordshurir -:- New Mexico i
J. L. Rhymes of
Separ was a
We had a slight rain in the
early part of the Week, but noth
ing to get excited about. We
need a good iain. Here's hoping.
M. M. Owen has accepted a
position as roun house foreman
for the S. P. at Tucson.
Give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
to keep the cough loose and expecto
ration easy. It is excellent. For sale
by Eagle Drug Merc. Co.
BORDERLAND FIREPROOF GARAGE
PENCE & JONES, Proprietors . . " '
AginU for Buick, Hudson, Packard and Stutz Cars
" . and S. M. C. Trucks ' '
Cars In Stock For Immediate Delivery
Mayor Geo. W. Hanner has
Issued a proclamation designat
ing Friday -June 28th. as War
Savings Day in Losdsburg, and
calling upon the people of this
city to heed the appeal of the
government in this hour of
national peril. The Mayores
To the citizens of the Village of
Friday, June 28th, 1918, is
officially designated War Savings
Day by the pusident of the
United States, the Secretary of
the Treasury and the Governor of
this State. All loyal citizens of
this community will according
ly devoto the afternoon of said
day after 2 o'clock, to subscribing
for War Savings Stamps, and
otherwise promoting their sale
in large amounts.
All who are able should pledge
themselves to save and invest
the limit allowed by law.
GEO. W. HANNER.
If I Were a Fanner.
If I were a farmer I would keep at
hand a few reliable medicines for
minor ailments that are not so serious
aa to require tho attention of a physi
cian, such as Chamberlain's Colic and
Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel complaints.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for
coucrhs. colds and croun.
Chamberlain's Liniment for sprains,
bruises ana rheumatic pains.
Chamberlain's Tablets for stomach
troubles, biliousness and constipation.
By having these articles at hand it
would often save the trouble of a trip
to town in the busiest season or in
tho night, and would, enable mo to
treat slight ailments as soon as they
appear, and thereby avoid the more
serious diseases that so often follow.
For sale by Eagle Merc. Co.
Arthur Ne3bitt was taken to
Santa Fe by U. S. Marshall Wil
liam Rose last week- He was
placed in the federal jail on a
charge of selling liquor to sol
diers in uniform.
Ong Tong lost his 6-months-old
baby in death last Thursday
morning at 11 o'clock. The re
mains will be buried from The
Roberts & Leahy chapel.
FOR SALE A Singer sewing
machine, and set bed springs, in
good condition. Western Lib
The Southern Pacific company
is painting all their buildings.
it certainly makes an improve
ment Now when we get our
Main street fixed up and a few
shade trees set out, the improve
ment will be immense.
Mrs. Emma Fellows baa been
visiting her mother, Mrs. D. C.
McMcans of thin city. Miss
Lilly M .'Means, her sister, will i cheap. See Milliken at the Lon
rvturn with her to Deming for a j don Hat and Tailor Shop, Lorcls-t-hort
viriit. burg, N. M.
For Sale Hup 32 truck body
in first class mechanical condi
tion, also good rubber. Will sell
On and after Juno 1st both
lumber yards will close promptly
at 12 o'clock, noon, every Satur
day. Mrs. Young Bounds, Miss
Phylis Johanna Bounds and Mrs.
Harry Hill spent several days in
town. Mrs. Hill went for a few
days rest at the Bounds ranch,
near Sopar. The kindly hospi
tality for which this great ranch
is so woll known, will no doubt
quickly overcome tho results of
her recent indisposition.
WANTED A roadster body!
for a Ford chasis. Dr. Egon. i
I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Small of
! Lordsburg have arrived in Long
Beach, Cal., famous pleasure re-
I enrr. npnr T,ni Ancolpq nhpro
they will pass. the summer sea
son. They are guests at the
We Have Good Groceries-!-And
Then We Have Better
The Good Groceries are intended for those
who must make a dollar stretch to the limit.
They are just as we describe them GOOD. They
will give satisfaction.
Our BETTER Groceries are noticeable for
being just a little ahead of all others they bear
the plain brand of EXCELLENCE. You can't
mistake them when you see them.
Whether you want Good or Better Groceries,
we guarantee to please you. Give us a trial
Lordsburg's Leading Department Store
LORDSBURG, NEW MEXICO
U. S. Food Administration License No. G 32258
On a cool screened sleeping porch is
"""a joy forever. A rfleeping porch is" a
necessity and not a luxury. Don't
delay insure your health and com
fort by sleeping'in the open air, pro
tected from mosquitos, bugs, etc.
Lordsburg Lumber Co.
"Everything for Building a. House"
Mrs. Frank Coon is in Albu
querque this week attending the
IS THE AIM OF
Giving Lordsburg all the "con
veniences of a modern city
Light, Power, Water and Ice
Lordsburg Power Co.
For Bilious Troubles.
To promote o healthy action of the
liver and correct the disorders caus&J
by biliousness, Chamberlain's Tablets
are excellent. Try them and sea-hoy
quickly they give you a relish for
your food and banish that dull and
stupid feeling. For . sale by Eagle.
Drug Merc. Co.
Fresh Vegetables Tuesday and Friday !
Frcshjish Tuesday and Thursday
Up- to - Daté Grocery Store