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VOL. XXIV. NO. 32 LORDSBUllfl, NEW MJ5XICO. JUNE 80, 1011. WESTERN LIBERAL. t.4rdahnr( Mew MtilM. PUBLISHED FRIDAYS. Rntered at the Post Office at Lnrdsbiirr as Second Class Mall Matter. Br DONl II. KRDZIK. Subscription Prices. Three Month. H 00 I Month! : 17 One Tear 8 no Subscription Alvar. Parehlatn Advance. V . OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. FEDERAL TOt. Andrew. .'...Delegate to Conirress W.J. Mill. Governor Nathan Jada........ Secretary Wm. H. Pope Chief Justice JraA Abbott.. ......... '. Associate J no K. MoKle Assooiate Krank W. Parkjr A.sociate A. W. Cooler Associate M.C. Meocem .... Associate Jeba W. March Siinrcror J'eneral Henry P. Barclshar... United State. Collector David J. Leahy U. 8. District Attorney C. M. For.ker C 8. Marshal O en. A. Kaseman Deputy U. 8. Marshal J. B. Sheridan .U. 8. Coal Mine Inspector M. H. Otero Santa Fe Keg- Land Office rred Mailer Santa f e Kee. Land Office Jose Gonzales, Las Cruoes ..Ho?. Land O (Tice K. H.Mras Las Cruce.. ...... Keo. Land Office T, C. Tlllotson, Roswell Heir. Land Office Harold Hurd. Roswell Kee. Land Office Y.. W. Fox, Clayton.... Re Land Office O. W. Detamore. Clavton....Reo. Land Olflne R. A. Prentice, Tucumcarl. Rear. Land Office N, V. Oulleít". Tucumcarl, Keo. Laud Office TERRITORIAL. F. W. fjlancy' Attorney-General K. C. Oortner. Santa Fe Tlt. Attorney H.B.Holt LaaUruoes K. F. Klokke Albuquerque " C. W.G.Ward Las Veiras J. Leahy Raton " Jose I). Sena Clerk Supreme Court Jhn W. Green Supt. Penitentiary K. A. Font Adjutant General M.A.Otero Treasurer W.o. Sarirent Auditor John W. buncaa Coal Oil Inspeotor James E. Clsrk. ...Supt. Public Instruction COUNTY. H. I. Dotxon County Commissioner Kdward Dickinson County Ccniinissioner tt. U Ownlir ..tóoumy Coin mlasioiior C Hnanett ...( Probate Judire M. B Venable Probate Clerk Robert H. Honlivam ... Assessor Herbert J. Mcf.rath Sheriff 'olin NeUett School Superintendent .taekxuii Airt-e TreiiHUror lire K. llrovrii Hmvevor PREOIXCT. M. W. M (Irnlli Justice of tin. Peace N. Hutfhcs. Jr.. Constable School Directors II. W Rundall, J. K. Mo- Ci.ire. J. R. Ownbv. Southern Pacific R. R. LuriUkurg- Tiuia Table. weSTBOiixn. A. M. A. M. P. M. r. M, Passenger ...2:66 t:i IJ-.ul T:U4 ASTBOUMU A. M. J:i!8 P. tt. 12:81 P. M. 1S:57 r. m f'Asenffr Trains run on PaclOoTlme. t? tj r. . . ... EI V u. .hm. tleueral Manacér. General Superintendent. M.r. mnHAHnsciN, buui. or itsiiwii t. W.H.Wmai.kn. K. N. Hiiowk, Suuerintondeat. Asst. SiiDerintendent. FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION THREE DAYS OF SPORT Base Ball Barbecue Horse Racing Bronco B listing Foot Racing Burro Races -Grand Ball and Fireworks. Lordsburg Is preparing for a fine Fourth of July celebration tills year and will offer visitors three days of sport, the Day Pefore THE DAY and The Day After, the third, the fourth and the tif tli. On the third there will be a match race between horses from Duncan and El Paso, for a purse Of $500; and a base ball (fame. On the Fourth there will be speak ing in the morning, a grand barbecue dinner, at noon. In the afternoon there will be the following program: Free for all race 444 yards, first money $100; second money $25; en trance fee $20. Broncho Riding, liase ball game.a Girls' foot race, first prize $3; seo ond $3. , Hoys' foot race, first $.1; second $2, Sack race, 12.50. Potato race, $2,50. Murro race, .l. Grand ball and fireworks in the evening. July fifth there will be the follow ing program: Kelay race, first money $20; second $10: entrance fee $2 50. Cow pony race, 300 yards, first money $40; second $20. Entrance fee $5. Saddle horse race, quarter mile, First money $50; second $25. En trance fee $10. ' , Every effort will be made to care for visitors, and give them a good time. Arizona & New Mex ico Railway HOKTnaOlTSD P.M. Kaonlta , 11:60 Lordsburs; . 1:20 Duneau 8:30 0U1 tan 8:W) SOUTHBOUND A. M Clifton 7:10 Duncan K:V. Lordsburs; ..... Hachlta 11 C Trains run daily. Mountain time. AT. M. CROCKER, M. D. Pbyaiclaa and Sursreon. District Sttrreen Southern Pacific and Art aona at New Mexico Railroads, Surgeon to American Consolidated Copper Co, Iokdsbcbo New Mcxioo. M.J.EGAN A-ttoniey at Law Oflle In the Arliona Copper Company's Bukldiuv. West aide of BiTer. CLIFTON, ARIZONA R0OI r róbate," Judicial, Surltv, Employes, OtUclal :o. S. fiiclitr ni Gnaraiity Co, XrSOOQOOSOGOi Buy your bonds Instead of calling on friends who nay not t a ft a inN iU tx v. v. x ! i & .; í sí CARE FREÍ úuN VICTS. Jail Life In Montenegro a Chssrful Sort of Existence. Otrlnje. fbe capítol of Montenegro, poKKfsHva t lie tuost remarkable prison e.vsieui lu the world. Tbe J nil pre ncnm little to Indicate thnt It U a llnre of rontlnement. Tbere are 'no outer iirixou wsIIh. and lu the cell the men u Limit ten In tmi-b ure as con trntedlr no J comfu.-rnbl.v housed as their own personal domestic belong intra run make tliem. Moreover, (bey are Keuerotisly fed. and cigarettes nltluiut atlut. wine occasionally and no work ut all combine to check any desire to escape more effectually than would Ktronjj walls, iron bars and an army of warders. When W. J. Stlll- mnn was In that country In tbe aerea ties all tbe free men were away fight ing, and be observed bow when mes senger was wanted the official took man out of tbe prison and sent him off, bavins; no fear that be wonld not return. One such messenger, was sent to Cattnro. In Austrian territory, with 3.000 florins for the bank and duly came back. Another asked Russian at Cattnro to Intercede with Prince Nicholas for bis release from prison. "Cut you are not in prison," said tbe RuHslan. "Ob." suld the man, "I have only come down for a load of skins for So-and-so. bnt I must go into prison pain when I pet back to Cetflnje." One guard watched all the prisoners vrhen they sunned themselves out of doors, and if he were called away prisoner would take bis rifle and do duty for the time. London Mall, Its Class. "ITow do you like my new hat? Isn't It a durllug? Only $10!" exclaimed a delighted lady to her husband. "Ureat Scott! You said the hats could be bouclit at from $2.50 up." "Yes, dear; this Is one of tbe lips!" Mild Exactions. "Bllggeus aays he lores bis work.' "I should think he wonld. He's one of tbe weu whose work leaves them about half the day to ploy golf." Washington Star. Feminine Ecenomy. Mrs. Knlcker Tbe lobster she ate cost ber a hundred dollars in doctor's bills. Mrs. Bocker And she only att !t to keep It from going to waste." Harper's Baaar. No Practical Knowledge. .Sunday School Teacber Johnny, wbat can you tell me about Ham? Lit lie Johnny Notbln', teacber; I'm vegetarian. Exchange. the Similarity. Toe doctor told little Mary be was anaemic because she wss so white. A fear days after she exclaimed: "Ob. momma, orne here and took at lit anaemic borne! He's Just as white 3 be ceo be!"-Jtide. zfcz:zrJ Tczr Fee J u luuL-7 un ri IMJU Du I J v J i i i. i L , .. , .. j, . . . LáiSi auasi&aaisl U i üi Ji kV i! ( ne - Bj Its purity, wlioloincncss and superior Icavcninj qualities are never questioned. IIO ALUf.l riO LIMC PHOSPHATE I : : : : : Í! : : : : : : i i i ' ' in P g ; Í I i :::::. ! :::::: WHOLESALE DIALERS IN Hay, Grai iú Potatoes & Loauy Mercanble Co ( mooaroATD LOBDSBÜBQ ; : : NEW MEXICO 2ívor cün.cxxLd.ic o : i i i : ? i I ! Is Mat? :! il . i : . "Alara In m powerful astxiaaent Willi very decided Irritant qualities, owing to which, when taken Internally In anflleleat qaantfty. It ta emetic and purgative and may seen cause fatal gastro intestinal Inflammation." (A S. DUptiuaiory, p. 44. The use of alana and srIta of alamina ta too Jaooia be prohllIIed.- Fnt WooJ, Hamaittm. ' i t'oSfco Ciai kl3 GehreriJsom&ntm cf Cío chosp baking powtfsrat conooal th& prósonoo of alumj Thareforo read th& labal JOSHUA 8. RATXOLDS. President. JAS. OBAHAU KoNARF, VIoa-lYesMent, W. L. TOOLKY, Vice-President. - EDOAR W. KAVSRIU Cashier. WAI.TRH M. BUTLER. Asst. Cashier. G. T, MOOKK. Asst. Cashier. THE First National Bank TSJLt PASO, TIHCAG CAPITAL AND SURPLUS SOO.OO jKf omits a.soo.eoo XJnlted. States IDepoeitory 4 percent, interest paid on Savings Accounts. Coriespondenoe is invttod from those who contempluto openlna; Initial or additional aoeounts in El Psso. Assets - $5,000 000 Deposits made by mall are promptly acknowledged. Wins Flint tor Life. It was a long and bloody battle for life that was waged by James B. Mer shon, of Newark, K. J,, of which he writes: ;'I Jiad lost much blood iro n lung hemorrhages, and was very weak and run down. For eight months I was unable to work. Death seemed close on my heels,'when 1 began, three weeks ago, to use Dr. King's New Discovery. But It has helped mo greatly. It Is doing all that you claim." For weak, sore lungs, obsti nate coughs, stubborn colds, hoarse ness, la grippe, asthma, hay-fever or any throator lung trouble Its supreme. 50c and II Trial bottle free. Guar an ted by The Fiagle Drug Merc. Co. Another gusher struck the past week at the townsite of Artesla, flow ing fully 200 gallons per minute, got ten at a depth of something less than 300 feet. A Dreadtal Wound. from a knife, gun, tin can, rusty nail, fireworks, or of any other nature, de. mands prompt treatment with Buck- len' Arnica Salve to prevent blood poison or gangrene. Its the quickest. surest healer for ail such wounds as also for Burns, Boils, sores, Skin Eruptions, Eczema, Chapped Hands, Corns or riles. 2.3c at The Eagle Drug Merc. Co. Governor Mills wasoneof the judges who awarded to Miss Mary Hayes the prize as best cook at the Normal Uni versity at LsaVegas The .peculiar properties of Cham berlain's Cough Remedy have been thoroughly tested dnrlng epidemics of influenza, and when It was taken in time we have not heard of a single case of pneumonia. Sold by All Drug gists. There are now two tralnloads of al falfa going up for the Pecos valley every day, all going to market at $10 per ton to the growers. Ifyou are suffering from bllionusness, constipation, Indigestion, chronic head-. ache, Invest one cent In a postal card, ssod to Chamberlain Medicine Co., Des Moines, Iowa, with your name and address plainly on the back, and they will forward you a free sample of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Sold by All Druggists. The Cubero Trading Corapatiy oí Cubero, N. M., recently shipped 19,000 pounds of wool to the Albuquerque scouring mills. The greatest danger from influenza is of Its resulting in pneumonia. This can be obviated by using Chamberlain's Cough Eemedy, as it not only cures Influeüza.-but counteracts any ten dency of the disease towards pneumo nia. Sold by AlhDruggisU. Early peaches are already on the Carlsbad market and the season will UstunUl September. A Charmlas; Woman Is one who is lovely in face, form, mind and temper. But its hard for a woman tobe charming vHthout health, ft weak, sickly woman will be nervous add irritable. Constipation and kid ney poisons show in pimples, blotches, skin eruptions and a wretched com plexion. But Electric Bitters al ways prove, a godsend to woman who want health, beauty and friends. They regulate Stomach, Liver and Kidneys, purify the blood, give strong nerves, bright eyes, pure breath, smooth velvety skin, lovely complex len and perfect health, Try them. Try them 50c at The Eagle Drug Merc. Co. About 50,000 pounds of wool have come Into Carlsbad during the week from the plains. A sprained ankle will usually disable the injure person for threeor for weeks. This Isdue to lack of proper treatment. 'When Chamberlan's Liniment is ap plied a cure may be effected in three or four days. This liniment is one of the best and most remarkable prepa rations in use. Sold by All Druggists- W. H. Carter of Loving has sold his 160 acre farm for tl7,0Q0. .. Work Will Soon Start after you take Dr. King's New Life Pills, and you'll quickly enjoy their fine results. Constipation and Indi gestion vanish and tine appetite re turns. They regulate stomach, liver and bowels and Impart oew strength and energy to the whole system. Try them. Only 25c at The Eagle Drug Merc. Co. The cotton gin at Loving will be re modeled and the present capacity dou bled. Many persons find themselves affeted with a persistent cough after an attack of influenza, as this cough can be promptly cured by the useof Chamber Iain's Cough Remedy, it should not be allowed to run on until! it becomes troublesome. Sold by All Druggists. The Santa Fe system has made Carlsbad the terminal of the Clovls run. Lite Jennings, of Parsons, caught a 150 pound bear cub In a trap recently. The Albuquerque Public Library now has 7,611 books on Its shelves. Two society matrons of Clovls are now wearing the harm skirts. ... 1 V1" Axteo has organized a board of trade with Fred Bunker, president. Five car loads of broom com have been shipped out of Portales. Farmlngton Is enjoying an unusilly large strawberry crop just now. The Socorro County Teachers' Instl tute was held at Socorro. come to everybody. Life has more ups than downs. Right now - while you are making, you ought to be saving , j For the Rainy Day. Where Is tho money you have been earning all these years? Some one else has deposited It In the bank. Why don't you put your own money In the bank? Why let the other fellow save what youarn? 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