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FOR YOUR OWN ) GOOD AND THE Tbe Sipi of PROSPERITY. i. Good of Lordsburg VOL. XXVIII. NO. 10 LORDSBURG, NEW MJ5XICO. MARCH 5. li)15. Jobprrlpl muí 1 l rVt VV rl ' : I f) THE y. that 9 . ' . to your smallest wants I SPRING JOLTS h D, M. Ferry's Full line of new Fresh .Garden Seeds-also-White or Red On- ion Sets - Alfalfa -Milo Maize-Sugar S Cane-Kaffir Corn-Oats-Wheat- Barley, S etc. etc. v Seed Sweet Potatoes-Seed Early Rose or Bur bank Potatoes-Young Hot House ij Qabbage or Tomato Plants, etc. etc. Lawn Grass and .Clover Seed T LENTEN ITEMS g Boned Codfish-Shredded Codfish-Cod-8 .fish Balls-Salt Mackerel- Boned Her- ring-Sardines in Oil-Mustard or Tom- ato Sauce, etc. etc. Ú For Lenten Soups-Split Yellow Peas, I "Whole Green Peas-Lentils-Pearl Bar- s ley-Garvanzos, etc. etc. - Frpcli fWctprQ-30 Bi Jat Fellows to each g iicoii Vjoizib can-by Express every I " Wednesday fi i - I .Fresh Vegetables-TOnr?fe?-fa5d?lm different variety vegetables on sale 8 this Week. g " "? Vvarvtlma in Baseball goods for lovers I LyerytlilRg- of the National Game 1 TIib BoliBrts & Leahy Merc. Co. 8 ( laCOKPOHATKD LORDSBÜRG ; ; 0 Hr r i' FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH "The Church with a hearty welcome." Don't forget Sunday School at JO a. m. ZEl-rrox-y S'curi.cLo.'y Preaching services next Sunday March 14th special subjéct and music r J. A. LAND, Pastor. .W.VOOGOOCOilCO: Xvwvvvwwwwv wwvwv i $ XWWWVWVWWWWViVW WW WWWW'VW WWW Dr. R. L BUVENS DENTAL SURGEON. OFFICKS: t rtoord Eust of PiieloUloo Permanently Located. i LOUDrtllUHG, NEW MEXICO. WW wwwwwwww wwx riTflBIMillT'''-''''''" Trad e At G, M. Bnlli van's and Baire BiEoney BIG STORE k caters satisfactorily j; : : NEW MEXICO wwwwvwvwvwwwww Always the Best In LUMBER All elzes for all purposes. Get tlie le-r l!iillilnir material at the UITTEK Lumber Yard. FIRE INSURANCE Reliable companies. Absolute Crotectlon. Your tire Insurance uslnem carefully attended to GALÍ.UP COAL IN ANY QUANTITY S8 THOS. A. LISTER RRAL ESTATE AND . HIMNO fUUFKKTIKD Lordsburg, New Mexico. WETTER HIKES andniiilKG. ELECTRIC HOIST FCR 85 An eighty-two horsepower Attumwa hoist has been ordered for the H' Mine and will tie Installed directly op posite the prevent Risollne hoist on the main tunnel level. The hoist will be double drum, fort.; Inches In width with a capacity 01 BOO feet, lis total welch l lsaproxlmatelv3H.0O0 pounds. During lu installation the old hoist will be In-service. The new hoist will have a herring-bone peer drive and will be one of the most complete and up-to-date hoisting nuttiut In the soutnwest. With the Installation of more adequate hoisting facilities the outnutof the mine will also be larger. With all the new equipment at the 85 mine, and now better means of hoisting and hauling, the camp Is destined to be one of the best In the Slate of New Mexico. The 85 mine Is In an excellent condition as far as blocked out, commercially valuable ore Is concerned, and under Its pres ent excellent management will doubt less become one of the largest div idend payers In the southwest. In the Lee's Peak section the Octo Mining Co., has erected a new brick founOation at Its new shaft and Is rrcving its compressor and hoisting equipment to the Bite of the new shaft. These Indications bespeak of future activity In that region and It Is believed the Octo company will go down on Its new shaft. The Monte Rico Company Is still prosecuting tunnel driving and Is get ting Into a good formation for ore. The crosuecU at. Lee's Peak are among the best of any of the local mines. new townslte is being laid out for the camo of Tyrone. In the Burros and the Burro Mountain (Copper Com pany will soon move their otllces and stores to the new site, which Is locat ed at. Hia lipn.fi nf Muñirá rlr&w. In 102 W. F. Klttcr. the local manager of the 85 Ml tn ng Company, homestead 1 and proved up on this ground, selling j It later for a small consideration. I The ground Is now valued at a quar ter of a uiilllou dollars. At the Twins Peaks camp experi mental vcyanlding Is being done by Mr. Sough, and several hundred sam ples of the Fraser Bros., new strike property are being quartered for a milling sample of 1U tons, which will be run in a few days. The 85 mine was closed Wednesday and Thursday for general repairs in all departments. A consignment of new air drills Is also nmung the 85 mine's recent pur chases. A '''Mack" autotruck Is expected to arrive here from 1 Paso in a few das tobe put to work between the city and the 85 Mine, to aid in ore hauling. J. W. Johnson opened his new store near the 85 mine on Monday and is re ceiving a very good patronage from the residents of the Shakespeare dis trict. One hundred and forty 'three car loads of ore were shipped over the A & N. M. from I lie Lordsburg camps during the past month. Baseball Has Broken Out Lord-burg has bad Its first Inocula tion of baseball and It is generally hoped that It "takes." Sunday after noon two Interesting games were played by the local boys. The Hrst une resulted In a score of 8 to 7 In favor of the second team. The. game lasted but one hour and flf teen min utes. Immediately following the Hrst game the boys decided they would tackle another round of It, with the name line-upas in battle No. 1. The score was tied for the first five In nings butin the sixth Jimmle Hughes brought across the needed tab and closed tiie contest, his side wluuing to 5. Among the spectators were several of our prominent citizens and quite a few young ladies There was an ex cellent, display ot interest on the part of the fans and on the diamond some good material came Into the lime light. There Is now an open challenge for the men to organize a team and Gal lop the boys who plated last Sund.iy The Sunday line-up was as follow,: Klret Team: Callls Constable c, Charlie Burcli. p., Ronut Kgon, lb., Harry Folev, ss.. Eduard 1 logan c f., Patricio Barela 2b., Frank Weldon r.f Hurt Dennis 3b. For the second team: Ralph Constable lb., Howard Glad den s.. Bill Diaz c Leslie McOeein p., Millard Hardin c.f.. Jose Diaz 3b, Quilla Hardin I f.. Malcomb Gammon r.f , J lunula Hughes 2b. There are rumors of a ball game here .Sunday between the local boys anda team from Kl Paso or San Simon "A Guaranteed Star Theatre Hoit'eh 2 THE UNITED STATES PLAY CO. OFFERS The Musical Farce Comedy Success "TikLO OrLl3r W"a,3r" BY JOS. HOWARD Built For Laughter Only In Three Screaming Acts Prices: 75 cts. and 50c. Children 25 cts. Colossal Tractor To Haul Ore A transaction was Culminated here this week whereby J. B. Downev and Dr. E. J. Rowan of Clifton, Arizona, sub-leased theore freighting contracts of Joe Olney of this city and will take charge ol the Hauling between Lords burg and the 85 Mine In about ten davs. 'the new freighters have en mute one of the famous ''Caterpillar" trac tors and six steel ore wagons, which will be put Into service replacing the big freight teams. The tractor is the ttrst of Its kind ever brought to this part of the country and its success Is neing atened by haulers from all pars of the West. The "Caterpillar" tractor Is made by the Holt Manufacturing Company of Stockton, California and has been used both in this and foreign coun tries for all classes of hauling in most inaccessible places. It has but one wheel, used In steerlnir the machine It Is propelled by tlat steel runners wnicn build the track before the tnictor. The runners are twentv inches in width and extend over half the length of the ti actor. The ma chine uses gasoline or nap and will generate seventy-tlve horse power. It Is capable of pulling a load of eighty tons. The new ore wagons will be of tentón capacity with a twelve ttich wheel width. The tractor 1 consider a great road builder and In several trips will press any road into a condition tit for auto mobiles. One of its features is its uniform pressure which is seven pounds per square Inch. It has everv advantage over the old style wheel trncior ana every indication points to Its success on the Lordsburg-85 Mine road. The outtlt will arrive here from California in about a week's lime and will be put to work Immediately upon Its arrival. Mr. Downey arrived here Monday and will stay until everything In con nection with the new project is run ning smoothly, lie has been In charge of the electrical department of the Arizona Copper Company at Metcalf, Arizona and Is considered one of the best electrical engineers In the South west. He was also former manager of the Sliver City Power Company. Ills associates in tbe new tractor pro ject is Dr. E J. Rowan, company physician for the Arizona Copper Co., and who is well known In this city. Botli gentlemen are progressive busi ness men of ability and are staking a great deal on the success of tbe big engine. Mr. Olney will still retain his con tracts with the 85 Mining Company as ore hauler, but has turned the work over to the new Urm. Band Organized Saturday evening at the home of Joe Nygren, the Lortjaburg Brass. Band was organized with the follow ing officers duly elected: Matt Mans field. President, R. B Ownby Vice president, K M. Fisher, secretary and treasurer and R. S. Spink, business manager. There were eighteen per sons present at the meeting and vood Interest manifested in the organiza tion. The officers elected were also chosen as an executive committee to take In hand the securing of a leaders matt ing places, instruction and others Items. Further information will be given out regarding the pending Is sues later. Arrangements will be ronde for car ing for beginners, who are urged to hand In their mimes and join the band. An elghteeo piece band is a good start, for the new organization and the number should be doubled. The committee requests that any persons Interested in the band, give in their names as soon as possible. Bigger School at Hachita. The department of public lntruc tlon at Santa Fe has received word that the school at Hachita Is to be en larged to double its present size Work will begin on this school as soon as school is out. Alvan N. While sent to the school directors at I la chita plans which they may wish to follow. The new school will double the seating capacity of the Hachita schools, and a domestic science and manual training department will be quartered in a spiicinus basement. When finished the Hachita school will be one of the most complete In the county. ANNOUNCEKENTI The new Central Restaurant will be open for business on or about the loth of March, with the best of every thing In the market on the bill of fare Excellent service. Open at all hours ALL AMERICAN HELP. George Gray, Prop. Laugh Show." ldav March 22nd szsssz.ttsz á-?sgjj5? msgir WATER WORKS BRINGS $14,000. Saturday morning, at the frontdoor of the postorllce, the property and equipment of the Lordnhurg Water, Ice and Electric Company, was sold at public auction by James Wadill, of Demlng, Special Master In the case. The weather was bad but neverthe less a large number of citizens were on deck for the tire-works The bidding was lead o IT bv an at torney of the El Paso City National lianK, at f.nou and was rxtsed by At torney A. W. Morningstar until i:t,- 6" K) was reached by the r.l Paso man. Mr. Morningstar bid 114 000 and was awarded the plant, there being no further bids. When asked by the Special Master for whom he was bid ding Mr. Morningstar replied, ''The Trustees. It could not be learned, and will not be given out for publication be fore a week's time, Just who bought tne plant out it is generally under stood it has fallen into good hands and the plant will be re modeled and a great many Improvements made be fore starling up again. The mystery of the unknown pur chaser Is becoming deeper than the "Million Dollar Mystery" of movie fame but we are assured that the new owner, or owners, will give Lordsburg the necessities embodied In the cor poration charter, and that Is all that Is asked. DISTRICT COURT The spring term of district court began In Silver City Monday morning with a docket of 42 grand jury cases. Eight prisoner plead guilty before court convened and received their sentences which were shortened by one year In case they had been found guilty by the Jury. None of the cases were from this end bf the county. Sheriff Mcfirath took the roen to tlie Slate Penitentiary Thursday eveulng. New Restaurant ' George Gray recently of Ogden. Utah has leased the building vacated by O. H. Sullivan and Is having the place remodeled prior to Instilling a modern up-to-date American restaur ant. The new place will be known as the "Central Restaurant." It will be open for business about, the tenth of the month. Mr. Gray is an ex perienced restaurant man and will doubtless be successful In his under taking. The new restaurant will be large and roomy,, with booths, lunch counter and tables. The kitchen will be located in the adjoining building. SERVICES POSTPONED Word has been received from Evan gelist Mundell that the Lordsburg re vival services will not begin until about April 11th, instead of March 7th as was planned. Purchases Cattle Joe Olney has purchased the cattle of Clint Olney in the Animas valley ana is now owner or tne u. brand tock. The deal was completed here on Tuesday. CUFFORD-OLNEY At Sh fiord, Arizona on February 22nd, ocurred the nuptials of Miss Tillle Clifford of Tucson, Arlznna.and 1) u Olney of steins, N. M. The con tracting parties are well known In Lordsburg and vicinity where thev have a large circle of friends who ex tend congratulations The bride Is one of Tucson's most popular young ladies and the groom a successful cattle man of Steins, where the newly-weds will make their future home. A reception will be tendered Mrs. Olney by Mesdames M. Q. Hardin, and S. T. Olney. at the Hotel Hardin tomorrow (Saturday) aiternuou. BOOSTER ENVEOPES HERE The Lordsburg Booster En velones arrived here yesterday and have been delivered to the vartolw coustomers who have had corner catds Drinted on them. The envelopes were gotten out by the Liberal ata large expense. Both sides are printed. On the front are four cutsof interesting Lordsburg views: the school buildings, residence section, main street and mines. On the back Is a very complete descrip tion of Lordsburg and vicinity telling of i'8 many virtues and ureat possibil ities with geneial statistical data of Interest to people who may want to know about our city: The envelopes will be a great ad vertlsement for the town, being a noveliy and attractive so that all re clpients will get a good idea of our good city and its tributary country. Every man owes It to his com munity to promote its Interests. By sending out these Booster Envelopes you help. The Liberal Is prepared to receive orders for the envelopes with corner cards or blank spaces to write in the return address. Samples will be given free to aid in the campaign. Call In at the Liberal office and see the Boos er Envelupe. T-fcLecitro ALL STAR FILMS EVERY NIGHT BUT SUNDAY ADMISSION: 10 cts. and 15 cts. TONIGHT (FRIDAY) Business Vs. Love. Shorty and the Arldville Terror SATURDAY NIGHT Special Feature 101 Bison 2 reels Tragedy ot whispering creek and a comedy "Million Dollar Mvsterv" everv Tuea. day evening. Don't miss It. Follow the crowds to the Star Theater. Star lS,ii:.BlJUdlME3l vr m rt j n i 1 GABÍDY By Express direct from the Factory FRESH WEEKLY Milk Chocolate Chocolate Coated Fruits All Size Eoxes Guaranteed i Try one Box and will always be a KING'S CANDY PATRON For Sale at Drug Department of EAGLE DRUG MERCANTILE COMPANY Eale Dri Mercantile Co, . LORDSBURG, NEW MEXICO. Mat JmMow: 1TsyílJ:jM (Jam fi.fi .YW.W.dl V.' ' -.Vii- We Solicit Your WITH TIIE FIRST NATIONAL BANK oí X-ord.3"b-arc". l3i ay?-!? iras amaaas a sesasas La Tienda del Pueblo f . t f Groceries, Meats, Toilet t Goods and Tobaccos Abarrotes y Tabacos Prompt Service and Delivery i R. M. GARCIA, Prop. T ÜS you Satisfaction Guaranteed in all Departments. itiit?L ccviU ...- TIL A A. 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