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WESTERN LIBERAL
LORDSHURQ, December 26, 1913.
P03T0m0E HOURS.
Dally, - - 8a. m. to 6 p.m.
Sundays, 8 to 6 a, m., and lonfrenouRh
to wait on all applicants after the ar
rival of Train No. 1, if It Is on time.
"On Sundays postolfices roust be
kept open an iiour," Postal laws and
regulation?, Section 24.
A Happy New Year to all the Lib
eral readers. '
T. R. Pearson was In from his ranch
the first of the week, Chrlstmaslng.
Sam Foster was In from the ranch
the first of the week, buying presents
for the cowboys.
Mrs. M. E. Conner went to Clifton
the first of the week, to spend Christ
mas with her son Ira's family.
Miss Kate Scarborough, who Is
teaching the Brockman school, Is
spending her vacation in town.
A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. E.
W. Wilson Monday, weighing nine
'. pounds. Mother and daughter are
-doing finely.
The Rev. W. S. ITuggett and wife
went over to Phoenix the first of the
week, to spend Christmas with their
children, who are living there.
The government surveyors who have
been at work over in Luna county,
have been Bent Into the southern
part of this county, where there are
several townships that are to be sur
veyed. Last Sunday was the shortest day in
the year, and from now on the days
will be getting longei, and the con
sumers will commence to get the bet
ter of the electrlo light company,
though for some weeks the gala will
be very small.
The Arizona & New Mexico road
lias had Its big mall and expresa car
In the shop for some time, having It
repaired and repainted. It got It back
Into use the first of the week, Just In
time to catch the Christmas rush of
mall and express, and It was muchly
needed.
The Rev. D. F. Sellerds came In
from the Animas Tuesday to buy a
few dainties, which he does not raise
on his ranch, to fill out the Christ
mas dinner. He entertained the
Steins' school ma'am at dinner yester
day, and the occasion was quite an
event.
Dr. J. Odd Hamilton, dentist, will
be at Lordsburg on or about the 2nd
day of January prepared to do all
kinds of dental work. Those desiring
dental work will please come early, as
I will remain but a few days In your
city. Consultation and examination
free. Adv.
Miss Sylvia Chase, who has been at
tending school at San Antonio, Texas,
arrived home for the holidays Sunday
eight. She enjoyed her school Ufe
very much, and thinks that San An
tonio Is a very nice place, but when It
comes Christmas It is not one, two,
three with Lordsburg.
The calendar season opened before
the Christmas packages were all dis
tributed. In the postofflce depart
ment the calendare are a greater nui
sance, If possible, than the Christmas
packages, and when they come at the
same time as the Christmas packages
they are a greater nuisance than ever.
Albert Rogers, a cow boy working
for the Cureton company had a horse
fall with him Tuesday, and leg was
caught between the cantle of the sad
dle and the ground, bruising It Bever
ly. He had to travel with crutches
for a time, but soon got the use of
his leg enough to dispense w.th the
crutches. '
The postmaster general has Issued
an order -modify lag the parcel post
system, which takes effect on the
first of January. The limit of weight
on any distance will be 20 pounds
Instead of eleven, and the limit of
weight to the first and second cone
will be 60 pounds Instead of twenty.
There Is no change In the limit of
size, and but little In the price.
Tim ' Western " Union ; Telegraph
company and the Bell Telephone
company, which as far as business
purposes are concerned, were merged
some time ago. concluded the merger
was a violation of the Sherman act,
and last week announced that the
two companies had divided up. They
did this not that they were conscious
of having done anything wrong or Il
legal, but to avoid the appearance of
evil.
Clarence Darrow, the lawyer who
defended the McNamara brothers,
when charged with dynamiting the
Los Angeles Times, was arrested on
the charge of attempting to bribe
jurors In that case, and twice was
tried, but not convloted. This week
the casa came up In the Los Angeles
court, and District Attorney Fred
erlck asked the court to discharge
Darrow as he could bring no more
convincing evidence than he had
brought, and on which the Juries
failed to convict, and Darrow was
dismissed. There are few people who
believe Darrow was not guilty, but
proving it to the satisfaction of a jury
is another thing.
Valley View News.
It still continues to rain.
Valley View school has week's va
cation.
John Haydon has been fencing some
for William Charles.
Roy Kerr Is home from the Agricul
ture College, for the holidays.
Mrs. J. P. Mansfield visited In
Lordsburg a few days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnle Johnson tran
sacted business In Steins last Friday.
W. W. Carlon broke ground for a
tank, for Mrs. Overton, upon her
claim.
D. F. Sellerds, was In the metro
polis Wednesday doing Christmas
shoppings.
The school at Steins has a week's
vacation. They gave an excellent
Christmas program lait Friday.
Mesdames, SamOlney, Bailey Smith
and John Guess went to Lordsburg to
visit and do some Christmas shopping.
The weather was very threatening
Sunday, yet a nice little company of
people were out at Sunday school and
plans were completed for the Christ
mas tree.
J. E. Allen was out over the tel
ephone line making repairs, and yet
Steins is off the map so far as service
is concerned. The roads were In such
bad condition that Mr. Allen could
not get through to Steins,
Messers. Levion and Tom Kerr,
John U. DeMoss and J. J. Campbell
moved Mr. T. A. Kerr's well drill
over into Arizona. The Kerr boys
and Mr. DeMoss will have charge of
the machine and do some work In
that section.
J. F. McCourthas been freighting
material and macblnery to the Nov
ember mine, for the extended Im
provements for the same. The road
between the mine and Steins Is being
worked, and Is understood that will
soon begin freighting ore.
X. Y. Z.
J. C. Brock, after several years of
hard work, has at last succeeded In
scrapping his Reo car, and has bought
a Ford. It will now be seen whether
the Ford Is as strong a car as has
been claimed.
For a long time the people of Doug
las have been anticipating with plea
sure the running of the Golden State
limited through that town, and last
month when It was put on there was
great rejoicing. When the new trains
were put on there was a readjust
ment of the mail service. Before that
postal clerks ran over the Southwest
ern, both ways, between El Paso and
Tucson. On the new schedule they
only run between El Paso and Doug
las, and express pouches are made up
for towns west of Douglas, while the
west bound limited carries mall over
the entire line, the east bound limit
ed does not carry a mall car. Last
week there was a mass meeting In
BIsbee to consider the matter, and re
solutions were passed demanding that
the towns on the Southwestern be
given adequate mall facilities. Under
the express pouch system It takes
from 36 to 43 hours for mails to be
exchanged at offices but a few miles
apart. Everybody In authority, from
the BIsbee postmaster to the Second
Assistant postmaster general, was ap
pealed to for relief, even If It becomes
necessary to put the Golden State
Limited back on the Southern Pa
cific.
Judge Neblelt, whose trials when
snow bound, are told elsewhere In
this paper, finally got to Estancia, by
abandoning the automobile and tak
ing to the railroads, and there listen
ed to the charges against Acaslo Ga
llegos, county clerk, and Lorenzo Za
mora, Juan C. Sanches, and Librado
Valencia, county commissioners of
Torrance county. The last grand jury
brought charges against these men,
alleging they weie Incompetent and
had neglected their duties. They got
a change to Lincoln county, and will
not be tried until March. Charges
were brought against them, asking
that they be suspended until they
were tried. They asked for a change
of venue In this case, but It was re
fused. They then asked that they be
tried by some other Judge than Judge
Medler, the judge for the district.
claiming he was prejudiced. Judge
Medler granted the request and got
Judge Neblett to come and hear the
case. Judge Neblett beard the ev
Idence and promptly suspended them,
pending the outcome of the case
against them. Governor McDonald
will have the appointment of their
successors.
S. R. Dunagan and his son Ben
were In town the first of the week,
coming In In Mr. Dunagan's New
Ford, making the trip without any
trouble except one mud hole, where
they could get no traction, to pull
out. They Jacked up the rear wheels,
put on the chain and pulled out
without any trouble. When they to-
turned to the Animas they took with
them the Misses Thelma Marshall
and Pearl Wright, who went to spend
the holidays In the Animas, where
the people have great times, when
there Is any excusa, such as Christ
mas and New Year.
1914 MODEL
Five Passenger Touring ÍCOC fifí
Car, Fully Equipped: ,$UU.UU
RÜIÍABOUT: $575.00
3T- O. !23.2Liorls"bviXS'.
.
FORD Automobiles,
Auto Supplies and
Accessories.
PHONE.'
Monday was the big day In the
Christmas rush at the local postofflce,
as regards 'matter mailed out. On
that day there were sent out from
this office five large sacks of pan:
post matter. One sack went west and
and the other four contained package
for points east of El Paso, and were
sent to the terminal railway post
office at El Paso, a new organization
caused by the rush of the parcel post
business, which works over all the
parcel post mall from west of El Paso,
and distributes It so that It will go as
far as possible without having to be
handled again, thus saving much
time for the clerks on the road, and
just now they have no time to lose.
On the east bounnd train No. 2 there
were two extra cars piled to the roof
with through parcel post matter. In
the local office the stamp sales of the
day in sums of less thanl dollar,
amounted to over thirty dollars. The
express companies' employes are hav
ing an easy time, as compared with
former years.
A Cold Winter
Heavy underwear warm caps and
mittens Woolen and Flannel goods-
Soft warm Blankets and Quilts A
good fire In a coal, wood .pr'coal oil
heater Now is the time to think of
this tilings. We have the goods you
do the thinking and act.
The R. 4 L Co.
ILTotlce
Beginning December 1st.
The following will apply
on Gallup Lump Coal.
One Ton - - - $10.50
Half Ton
Fourth Ton - -One
Sack - - -
1 F.
NOTICE 18 HEHEUT GIVEN to all partios
Interested that the 8tmtaof New Mexloo hu
applied for the aurvev of
All or Motion I, 4. i. , T. , . 10. U. la. IS, IT,
is, w. i. . n. a. m. as, 17. , . au, sl as, as,
Si, 16, St, in Township M South, Kan- IT
Weat.
All of Metlon 1. 1, S. 4. 10. 1L 11, 18. 14, . M,
36, St. Townahip M South, Han- U) West. '
AUof Motion LIS, 14,18, H. and 6, Town
ship 17 South, Hange It Weat.
and the exclusive right of eeleotioo by the
state for sixty day, a provided by the Aet
of Oosnreaa approved Au-ust Into, UM
8tata.,SM), and after the expiration of euoha
period of sixty day any land that may re
main unaeleotad by th atate and not other
wlae appropriated aooordinf to law ahall be
subject to dlapoaal under general law a
other pubilo land. Tbia notloe doe not af-
foot any advera appropriation by aetUemeat
or otherwise) exoept under right that may be
found to axlat of prior InoepUon. -
Done at Santa Fa thU tut
Day of Nov.. A. D. HIS.
. william a Mcdonald
Governor of New Mcxloo
First publication Nov, M
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RITTEK
J. S. BROWN
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No. 12.
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BOWN,
BLAINE PHILLIPS.
MINES,
LANDS &
ÍTOWN REALTY
Investment Securities
List your properties and
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T .AGENTS
Samson Iron Works
Stockton, Cal.
Manufacturers of the famous Samson En
gine, the Samson Centrifugal Pumps,
and the Samson ( to 8 Pull Iraotor.
THE BEST ma.. Co. Ino-
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Gasoline Traction Engines, 8 team Traction
Bnglrfos, Gasoline Combined Harvester,
Btoam Combined Harvesters,
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BEST" FREIGHTING WAGONS.
. . . - ' " -
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VE5DOME HOTEL, LORDSBURG
"The Town with a Future!"
PA'
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INÍX3RMATION
FREE
If you have an Invention or any
Patent matter, write Immediate
ly to W. W. WRIGHT, register
ed attorney, Loan & Trust Bldg.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
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(Euiopeaa Plan)
:EO0MJ 75c, $1 - AKD $1.50
Conducted In accordance with the
sanitary laws of tboStateof Teias.
The ''beet equipped restaurant In
tbe Poutbwust. Headquarter for
toukjneii and mining men.
CHAS. ZEIfiEE, Prop.
EL PASO, - . TEXAS.
Bills
What They Will Do for You
They will car your backache.
trengthen your kidneys, cor
rect urinary Irregularities, build
np the Worn out tissues, and
eliminate the excess uric acid
that causes' rheumatism. Pre
vent Bright'a Disease and Dia
bates, and restore health and
strength.'- Refuse substitute
Sold by all druggists
SEA FOOD
We havelust received from the At
lantic Sea Board Bloater Mackerel,
Breakfast Mackerel Rolled Herring
(spiced) "'Split Labrador Herring
Boned , Smoked Herring Pickled
Sardine (lo glass Jars) . German
Salad Relish , Boneless Codfish
Shredded Codfish Codfish Bal la etc
It you are not a fish lover
One Indulgence from this
: Splendid assortment of the
Finny Tribe will make
You one.
The R. & LCo.
I I
ITS
ELJPA80
6.25 j., . . '
70C. ...! .asa '
No.íS.'lt.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
or TUB
First national Bank
AtElPaao.ln theBtateof Texea.atteeolos
or Business uot, xi,ij 8
Resoaree.
Uini and dlsoount.. H SHT Tfll.lu
Overdraft. secured and
unwM-urtHi sp.fi.fs.nx
U 8. bonus to secure
olreuletlon 800,000.00
Ü. 8. bond to secure
0. 8. deposit iso.onn.no
Bnnilo.SPatirllk'S.eio.. 4J0.tUi.4l
njinkinff bnuiie furniture
.nílSiUirmi lí.Xxt.OO
Otherrealesiatoowiied U,WI.U
Due rroio nat I Dank a
(not reserve aa-ents) . 16o,817.7l
Duefromatateand pri
vate Danasana bank
ere, trust companies
and savings bank a 1.193. ?
Duef rom approved re
aervearenta S78,t78.M
Checks sod other oash
Items... 41,"11.TB
Exchanges forolearlng
house 10u,g7S.14
Notennf other na tiona I
bank B7.80t.08
Fractional oaper cur
rency, nioklea ana
eants 1,864.71
Lawful mnnev re-
eervetn bank, vln
Biwol '4IH.lWa.4ll
Leaal tender notes S6.6UO.O0
Kednmptlon f und with
1.071.783 40
U. n. treasurer (t per
oentoireulation). .. .
40,000.00
Total.
I7.81.ag.4
Liabilities.
Capita Is took paid in...
aoo.ooo.oo
SUU.ÜU0.00
NurpiuKTUiia
unaivinea pmnis, less
expense and taxea
nald
51,156.12
Due to other national
banks
609.419.44
tSl,78o.0
40B,2fl,9l '
tK.21S.9S
t,9(t.87.57
1,0711.441 9
4.HÍ.Ü4
10fl.l7.44
Due to state A private
banks and bankera
Due to Trust oompa-
nlesnnd savings nan a
Due to approved re-
serveaa-euts.
Individual deposits
aubloct tnoheck
Time certificates of de-
DOSlt
Certlflodehooks
Cashier's checks out
standing
TTnlted States deposits
Deposits of U. 8 dli-
burslngoflloers
Bills payable, lnoludlng
13.44SJ1 t,H7.9W.19
eertincates or deposit
for money borrowed..
1M.0U0 00
Total 87.Mll.82tl.49
State nf Texas. Cnuntv of El Paao.aa
I. Edgar W. Karaer, oasblerof the above
named nana, oo solemnly swear that the
above statement Is true to the best of my
Kill) A H w. K A VH1TH Cflahln.
Subscribed and sworn to before me thlsXMh
day of Out. 1913.
F. I. M1I.LKK.
NotaryPubllo
Correct Attest;
C. M. NEWMAN,
J.J. MÜNDY.
J. G. McNABY
Director!
rO TRAPPERS.
Ship your wild nlmal skins to A.H.
Hilton Mercantile Co., San Antonio,
New Mexico. Over forty years experi
ence In the business, with European
manufacturers for outlet. Highest
prices guaranteed. 11-22-12
HEAL IT WITH
Buclilon's
THE ONLY CENUINE
ArmoQ OqIuo
KEEPS FLESH IN TONE
FROM SKIN TO DONE.
Heals Everything Healablo. Burns,
Bolls, Sores, Ulcers, Piles, Eczema,
Cuts Corns, Wounds and Bruises.
SATIS FltS, OR MONEY SACK.
29o AT ALL DRUGGISTS.
IF you want to
buy a Watch or
have a "Watch
- repaired go to
HISSON'S
' EL PAB0, TEX. THATS ALL
ECcdoI Fór
Indigestion
Uur Guarantee Coupon
It. slur asios lw4h!rds ef s !. soil I a
Kodol. yus esa bonsnljr tar U ass not aeas
A'4 Fee, a will relund fear atoas. Try
Kodoilodty ea Ibis suarsals. FUI eat aaa
lis lb luUowias, WWII II te Ik SMlar al
lbs tima cf par ts. II II fails lo sail? rs
raiuro tae boitl eonisioins eas-iblre al lb
assdlolos la lb asslsr Iron waaia yea beatat
U. aad we will rafas four ssaaay.
BUI
Sita bare
DigestsVhatYouEat
Aad Makes tht Sionuph Sweei
B.G. DaWITT a CCk", CUm, tO,
Sold by Eagle Drug Company.
ISAKt YOU CARDCM
YltXD ITS LIMIT
Flsnl thoronahard hsiIi Ttaor-
oiitfbbrsa seu a not nspfifta.
1 bsy rese.ll iruas ion sne intern-
nn bcwllDI. Ibsy proauo)
bisT arena of tea east Vsae-
taMea. Use rsrry .
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Sniiscribc for and Aflycrtise in
THK
iTestern Liberal
ruai.isnKD AT
LOP.PSBÜKO, N. M.
nicn MINING CAMPS,
Smelters and Reduction
Works surround us. Our
nearest paper Is at SILVER
CITY, a distance of fifty
miles. Upon the north of
us lies MALONE and STEE
PLEROCK. Northeast lies
GOLD HILL. South of us
are SHAKESPEARE and
PYRAMID. Southwest
Is QAYLORSVILLE. West
are STEIN'S PASS and the
VOLCANO DISTRICT.
Northwest Is CAMP.
LORDSBURG
Is the depot of supplies for
this extensive mining dis
trict and for the hundreds of
ranches located
VKOM in
GILA RIVER
OR TBI ORTH TO TH
MEXICAN LINE
OH ID! tODTB
'I HE LIBERAL
Covers all this vast territory
and is devoted to the inter
ests of
MINERS
MERCHANTS
MECHANICS
STOCKMEN
And, in fact, all who live In
this section or have its wel
fare in view.
Terms of SüliscríDtioa
One Year 3.0
61a Months 115
Three Months 1-00
rum-isnED
TBBT TBIDAY AT
LOBDSBVKO, HaiW MEXICO
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