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WESTERN LIBERAL.
LORDSBURG, January 23, 19U.
P0ST0FFI0E HOURS.
Dallv. - - Ram rn R n m
Sundays, 8 to 0 a, m.. and lonirenoutrh
to wait on all applicants after the ar
rival or irain No. 1. If it is on time.
"On Sundays postofllces must be
kept open an íiour," Postal laws and
regulations,-Section zr4.
John T. Muir returned Saturday
from an El Taso trip.
J. II. Ilollen, who has been spend
ing some months in the east, returned
last Friday.
Mrs. B. F. Dutcher, of Clifton, was
in the city Monday, on her way to
Demlng, to visit relatives.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Edgar,
Tuesday nltfht, a ulne and a half
pound boy.
The Liberal prints this week the
statement to the controller of the
currency of the condition of the First
national bank of El Paso, the big
bank of the sou 111 went, with r mirona
of more than eight millions of dol
lars. R. II. Sims, receiver of the land of
fice at Las Cruces, was In the city
Wednesday, on personal business. lie
does not seem to be worrying a little
bit about his successor In the land of
fice, and does not expect to meet him
till his commission expire.
The El Paso automobile club Issues
an official organ twice a month which
is called the "Auto Bug" audlsde-.
voted to news of interest to the local
auto bug. It sent freo to any auto
moblllst who wants it enough to ask
for it. It is an interesting publica
tion. J. B. Foster returned again from
Milwaukee the first of the week. He
says he expects to stay here a week or
so, when he will have to return to
Milwaukee on business. After that
is completed he will return to Lords
burg, build him a house and move his
family here.
The Grant county collector collect
ed more taxes In .December than any
county collector in the State. He
remitted to the State treasurer, as
the state's portion of the taxes col
lected, 130,229.04. Luna county re
milted for the same period the sum
of $19,487 21. Judging by (lie way the
taxes come in there is some money In
the southern part of the state.
The postal situation at Silver City,
regarding the parcel post business to
'Mogollón was so serious that the
Fourth assistant postmaster general,
who has charge of the star routes,
such as that between Silver City and
Mogollón, came on from Washington
to personally investigate the case. It
is reported that Fourth Assistant
Blakeslee assured C. R. Marriott that
the department would reimburse him
for the extra weight carried.
Some years ago the Southern Pa
clfJo changed, the name of a station
west of here from San Simon to
Simon. Recently the people of that
flourishing town petitioned the rail
road to change it back to San Simon,
as the postottlce was San Simon, the
town and the Valley had always been
known as San Simon, and if the
station bore the same name it would
help in advertising. A bulletin has
been issued announcing that after
February 1, the station would be
known as San Simon.
The Duncan Arl.onlan, after a dis
appearance of some months, arrived
again this week. It had lost its pri
vilege for second class postage, and
each copy bore a one cent stamp. It
recently put In a bid for doing the
county printing, and the bid was so
low the printing was awarded to it,
but Editor Kelley, of the Clifton Era,
has asked the court for an injunction
prohibiting the supervisors from
granting the printing to the Arlzon
lan, as It was not a legal paper, under
the laws of Arizona.
The democratic central committee
had its meeting Thursday of last
week, to decide wlio should be ap
pointed postmaster at Silver City,
and consider the Lordsburg situation.
The committee decided on Brumback,
of the Independent. Captain Spence
of Central, is also a candidate for the
ofllce, and rests on his personal ac
quaintance and friendship with Post
master General Burleson. Thecaptain
was invited to make hlsshowlng to the
committee and told the committee
that he would not bother. He did not
want Its endorsement. He would get
the otllce in spite of what the com
mittee would do. The three can
didates from Lordsburg each present
ed his case and made hlsshowlng,
whereupon they .were invited to go
outside and sit down while the com
mittee considered their cases. In a
few minutes a representative of the
committee came out and told.. Messrs.
Ownby and Gervalse to go home and
go to work at their old jobs and told
Mr. Hardin he was elected, in spite
. of his being a citizen of Arizona. One
of the candidates suggested leaving
the decision of a primary to be held
in Lordsburg. Chairman Walton has
been urging the primary for many
years, but on this occasion he looked
coldly on the proposition.
Valley View News.
Paul Leyman has been plowing.
John Gue-s has returned home from
Arizona.
Tom Kerr was visiting at home for
a few days.
W. W. Carlon Is building another
tank upon his claim.
Miss Capltola Robertson waa a
Steins visitor last week.
Mrs. John Kerr has been spending
the week In Lordsburg.
D. F. Seliards spent Sunday night
with his family at Steins.
Johnle Jolm-on is making a tank
for F. O. McCauley, on his claim ad
joining Mr. Johnson.
John Dorrance Is improving his
claim, and will leave his brother in
charge of the work.
Misses Ada and Gertrude Davis
have been spending the week with
Mrs. Bailey Smith at Steins.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bowmen were
In Steins a few days last week and re
newed old acquaintances.
V. W. Bailey, of Los Angeles, was
looking over the valley the first of
the week, and was very much pleased
with the same.
C. C. nampton transacted business
In Lordsburg last week. He hasclear-
ed about 40 acres on his place and it
makes a fine appearance.
Sunday was a beautiful day, and
there was a tine attendance at bible
school and church. It was the time
of the monthly basket dinner and re
gular monthly song practice. It was
a very enjoyable day and services for
all present.
Messes. Johnle Johnson, Paul Ley-
man and J. W. Dorrance have been
doing some excellent road work on
the township line between their
places. They expect to grade as far
as the S. P. railroad. This will make
a fine substantial Improvement for
the valley.
X. Y. Z.
In tills issue appears the called
statement of the First National bank
of Ljrd.sburg. As is always the case
the statement shows the bank Is in a
solid and prosperous condition.
Roy Taylor, who has had charge of
the work on the Borderland this win
ter, has done a good job, and there is
a fast piece of road from the Luna
county line to a point about nine
mllej west of Lordsburg. He has
fixed the drainage system so the road
will not cut as badly as ltdidinihe
pat. Whom tlia witar lias to go
over the road he has built bridges,
put in culverts, or built the road so
that It goes In and out of the arroya,
and made the bottom of the arroya
solid with rocks and cement, and
building substantial wings, so they
will not wash out. Where the road
was sandy adobe dlri has been put in,
and where there was too much adobe
sand has been put in, making a per
fect sand-clay road, which is the best
cheap road In the world, and of which
thousands of miles were built in this
country the last year, according to
the government report. The road Is
built to the point in the Animas val
ley where the Borderland turns south
towards Granite Gap, and there the
money got low, and the work was
stopped. It is to be hoped that the
road commissioners will make ar
rangements to complete this road
in the near future, for the Border
land traille .Is getting heavy, and it
will be the' best road to town for
many of the residents cf the Animas
valley. ,
W. II. Small's new car has become
so time that women and children can
ride in It.- Last Sunday the car went
down to Separ with the tonneau filled
wlthS. M. Chase's children. At Separ
the children dlscoverfd J. D. Weem's
fish pond which they thought was a
great institution. Little Nancy was
watching her sister who was trying
to catch a Ush, when making misstep
site went into the water, which was
deep enough so she was completely
submerged. Twenty miles from home
with not a dry thread on her was not
a pleasant prospect for a baby. Mrs.
Williams, the Separ postmistress
heard of Nancy's predlctment. She
has a baby about the same size, and
ottered dry clothes for Nancy, which
she was glad to get into. She caught
no cold, but does not want another
such a bath.
Notice fur Publication
Department uf tbo Intonor
United States Land Office.
Las Cruces, N. M.
Jan. 10,1914.
NOTICE 19 HKKEBY GIVEN that Harley
N. Awlrey, of Cloverdale, N. M., who, ou
November 10. 11108, made homestead entry. No.
Mttf, forS 8WS4 8eo. 5. NH NW)t. Section 8,
Township M 8 Kuuge 20 W., N. M. P. Mer
idian, bus Oled notioo of intention to make
Anal Ore year proof, to establish claim to the
land above doaurtbod, bo fore Alfred II. Ward,
O. 8, Commissioner, at Animas. N. M.. on the
mi day or February 11)14.
Claimant name as witnesses:
Louis Carrie re, of Cloverdale, N. M.
Walter Orimu, of Cloverdale, N. M.
William K, Hughes, of Cloverdale. N. M.
WllUuia C. Euuols, of Cloverdale, N. M.
Jose Gonzales, Register.
first pub. Jan. H
7
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1914 MODEL
Five Passenger Touring ífjnnnn
ICar, Fully Equipped: - QDZO.UU
RUNABOUT: $575.00
2T. O. 23. X-crd.o"bxxc.
J. S. BROWN
FORD Automobiles,
Auto Supplies and h
Accessories.
XjcrdLsb-argr, 35T.aE.
PHONE. No. 12.
George Wood and hir family are in
town from Globe this week. George
is enjoying his vacation, and is figur
ing on going down into Arkansas,
where he owns a farm, and If it looks
better to him than the floor of a
freight house he may abandon his
work in the freight house at Globe,
and work the farm. The one great
advantage a freight house has over a
farm is that Che paydays come reg
ularly, once a month, no matter whe
ther it rains or not, while on a farm
payday comis but once a year, and
hog cholera, floods or droughts are
libio to postpone It for a year or so.
DLAINE PlULLirS.
The El Taso chamber of commerce
is always working to induce people to
come to that town to live. General
Scott is an enthusiastic member of
the chamber of commerce, and this
week made a record of inducing im
migration into El Paso. He increased
the population 4, (00 this week. The
quantity was good, but the quality
was not up to the El Taso standard.
It consisted of the federal army of
northern Mexico, which was chased
across the Rio Grande atOjlnag i, and
for fear some of the immigrants may
not want to stay in El Taso, General
Koott hna pot them all herded in a
barb wire enclosure, which Is bull
high and hog tight. He is taking no
chance with them.
Everybody go to Church
SUNDAY JANUARY 25, l'JU
The ministers of Lordsburg issue
this Invitation to everyone in Lords
burg to attend Church on the date
given above. Encouraged by the ex
ample and success of the movement
In El Paso wo teel that our fellow
citizens in Lordsburg and surround
ing districts will appreciate the in
vitation we here give and earnestly
hope that "laying aside every hin
drance" for this Sunday at least, an
endeavor will be made to attend some
one of the churches in our town.
Remember the date,
Sunday January 23, 19U.
WANTED BOARDERS
Have opened an American Restaur
ant and bakery next door to Star
theater. Meals, lunches and short
orders at all hours. Oysters served.
Give me a trial.
Mks. PkAhl Hakdik.
3TotIce
The following will apply
on Gallup Lump Coal.
One Ton - -Half
Ton - -Fourth
Ton -One
Sack -
$10.50
- 5.25
- 2.75
- - 70c
I. F.
A Cold Winter
Heavy underwear warm caps and
milieus Woolen and Flannel goods
Soft warm Blankets and Quilts A
good fire In a coal, wood or coal oil
heater Now is thb time to think of
this things. We have the goods you
do the thinking and act.
The R. & L Co,
J. 8. BHOWN.
MINES,
LANDS &
TOWN REALTY
Investment Securities
List vouk phopkktiks and
8ECU1UTIES with us.
PHILLIPS - BROWN CO.
, AGENTS
Samson Iron Works
Stockton, Cal.
Manufacturers or the famous Samson En
mnus, the Samson Centrifugal Vumps,
and the Samson 0 to 8 Pull tractor.
THE BEST MEG.. Oo. Inc
OV SAN LEANDRO, CAL.
Gasoline Tro;lon Envines, Steam Traction
Engines, Gasoline Combined Harvesters,
Steam Com til nod Harvesters,
Horse Harvesters,
I1K1T" KUEIQHTINU WAGONS.
FIDELITY PHENIX FIRE INSURANCE.
OF NEW YÜ1IK.
HOCnESTEK-OEItMAN FIRE UNDEK
WH1T1IKSOF HOCHBSTKK, N, V.
VENDOME HOTEL, LORDSBURG
"The Town with a Future!"
PATENTS
VALUABLE
INFORMATION
FREE
If you have an invention or any
patent matter, write immediate
ly to W. W. WRIGHT, register
ed attorney, Loan & Trust lildg.
WASHINGTON, 1). C.
soocouooocoooccocccoct
1
Hotel Zelcer I
(European Plan)
ROOMS 75c, $1 AND $1.50
Conducted In acoorrianco with the
sanitary laws of the Stato or Texas.
The Ixwt equipped restaurant In
the Southwest. Headquarters for
stockmen and minlnir men.
CHAS. ZEIGEB, Prop.
S KL l'ASO, - . . TKXAN,
Foley'
idxrar
Pills
What They Will Do for You
They will cure your backache,
fctrengthen your kidneys, cor
rect urinary irregularities, build
up the worn out tissues, and
eliminate the excess uric acid
that causes rheumatism. Pre
vent Bright's Disease and Dia
bates, and restore health and
Strength. Refuse substitutes.
Sold by all druggists.
SEA FOOD
We have Just received from the At
lantic Sea Hoard Bloater Mackerel,
Breakfast Mackerel Rolled Herring
(spiced) Split Labrador Herring
Boned Smoked Herring Tickled
Sardines (In glasa Jars) German
Salad Relish Boneless Codlisli
Shredded Cod dsn Codtlsh Rallsetc.
If you are not a Ash lover
One Indulgence from this
Splendid assortment of the
Finny Tribe will make
You one. '
The R. & L. Co.
omi.oo
No . !S3J.
RltPOKT OF TUK CONDITION
First National Bail"
At El Paso. In theNtateof Texas, at the o loso
of business Jan, 13,1914.
Resources.
r..n and discounts.. É4.(t!íl.ly)T.7R
Overdrafts, sveuifd and
xitlHorured lUKJ.W
U. H. bonds to secure
circulation suv.uuu.uu
U. H. bonds to secure
U. n. uoposiTs
Rond .ser urn it1, etc . .
HaiiKinv nmisu furniture
.... i H itiin.
Other real estate owned
Due iroin uai iohiiks
Due from state and pri
vate nan s s auu ohiik
ers, trust companies
null nnTPiir. i.niiK. il.omi.HJ
Duefroinapproved re
serveaai uts l.M1,l.Vi.24
ClK't'ksand otheroash
Items ll.0flS.2S
Kxrhanifcs forclcarliifr
Utilise IIU, I. m. ra
Notesof other national
banks 8!,3H5.C8
Fractional tiaper cur
rency, mean's aim
cents 140.06
Lawful money re
n'rvetn bank. vU:
u....i.. 4IM i hi oo
r i ...... ia " " 47 mm im
Kcilemptlon fund with
IJ. t. treasurer (ft per
centuiroulatlonl...
800.1
IM'.
4 Id
!tt.
tw,
417.4
WJtt.lS
2,'VW
40.
.9.v; 50
',000.00
Total.
t.lll7.W8.13
Liabilities.
1300
200,
nno.oo
WSJ. oo
050.00
Capita Is tnck paid in.. .
Surplus ruiKi
ITudiYiiicu proms, toss
expenses and taxes
mild
National lllink Notes
outstandliiK c
Due to other national
hanks CKI,101.43
Duetostato it prívate
hanks and bankers 38:1,730.1
Due to Trust compa
nies and savin irs hank s ÍMM.liwi.M
Hue to approved ro-
serveairents 82.7s3.80
Individua I deposits
Sllhleet to check 3. lül.MSMH)
Tlmci'crtitlcatusuf do-
posit i,07n.r.in 07
Certified checks V.VM. 70
("ashler's checks out.
stiindlnv Hl.7M.oa
t'nited States dcnoHits l.(2.im7 .07
Deposits of IT. S dim
burslnirolllcers Ui.MS.SH 6.273.144.77
Total I. .l'J7,n,K.13
State of Texas. County of El Paso, ss:
I, Kdirar W. Kayser, cashierof the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement Is true to the boBt of my
knowicdKO and belief.
KDOAIl W, KAY8EK, Cashier.
Subscribed nnd sworn to before me this 17th
day ol Jan. 1014.
Correct Attest;
F. 1. MILI.EU.
Notary Public
J. B. IIAYNOI.DS,
A. KHAKACKH,
Z. T. WU1TE,
Dlreotors
TO TRAFPERS.
Ship your wild animal skins to A. II.
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
QuchlonV
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KEEPS FLESH IN TONE
FROM SKIN TO BONE.
Heala Every! liing Hetiluble. burns,'
Uoila, Sores, Ulcers, Tiles, Eczema, !
curatjornH, uouuus ana uruiscs.
SATISFIES. OR MONEY BACK.
25o AT ALL DRUGGISTS.
I
F you want to
buy a Watch or
have a Watch
repaired go to
HIIxISOlT'S
EL PASO, TEX. THAT'S ALL
Kodol For
Indigestion
Utrr Guarantee Coupon
i ft fir oeinf two-ihirdi of Ir.ao bottta of
it bat ou ben-
If. i
Renin. . yon can honestly say
fcird you, w w:'l le'-i'id your monif. Try
Kutl.,1 to) ay cn this euMin.ttea. Fill out mad
un thfl fulipwinj, murtMit U to the danler at
tl.a tima ol purchase. Ii it fails to eaiufy you
iv turn ii bottle contuinii ona-tbird of tb
L'.iMlinina to the dealer from whom you boagbl
ii, aui hi will tatuad your tuonajr.
Sfio hara
ivIThliUul-
Digests WhatYouEal
And Mikes the Stomach Sweet
K. C. DWITT CO., CKUmo, III.
Sold by Eaifle Drug Company.
d rJl t J those wlu
ers and vegetables. GuoJ
flowers nd veíoíablescouia
iroin gooa seed, we pro
duce good seeds the Uiier-
1 tiK I i obvious. Fur solo .
everywhere.
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Sntscritc for and Adyerrise In
TI1K
tetero Liberal
FCBMailKD AT
LORDSBURG, N. M.
nicn MININO CAMrs,
Smelters and Reduction
Works surround us. Our
iQarest paper Is at SILVER
CITY, a distance of fifty
miles. Upon the north of
us lies MA LONE and STEE
TLEROCK. Northeast lies
GOLD HILL. South of us
are SHAKESPEARE and
PYRAMID. Southwest
Is GAYLORSV1LLE. "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
mOM TBI
GILA RIVER
ON THE NORTH TO Till
MEXICAN LINE
OR Till BOOTH
'I HE LIBERAL
Covers all this vast territory
and Is devoted to the Inter
ests of
MINERS
MERCHANTS
MECHANICS
STOCKMEN
And.'ln fact, all who live in
this section or have its wel
fare In view.
Terms oí Subscription
One Year 13.00
SU Months 1-15
Three Montlis 1-00
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