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A. W. Moniingstar.
ATTORNEY AT LAW LonnsnunG, NEW MEXICO. M. ÜT. CROCKER, M. D. PlirslrUn anil Horgenn. Dlitrlot Surg-cm Southern rscitlo and -Antón New Mexico ltt.llroa.lf. Surgeon tc LorniBBURO . Mw Mexico. Bines Coperas Site Acifl Made from Hid celebrated' Clifton Ores. Free-from Antimony and Ar senic. nmrt kt.kctricai., knkiuiv. Gives more satisfactory results In Induction Works than any Chemicals ta the market. A lorifj freight haul saved to the consumers In both states, Arizona ami New Mex. Prices In competition with the Eastern Markets. Arizona Copper Co. 0L1KTON. ARIZONA. FAYWOOD HOT SPRINGS. for Rheumatism, Stomach Trouble Kidney Aliments, Inllamatlons, Ar terial Hardening, Locomotor Ataxia, Nervous Breaking etc. Perfect Treat ment, Perfect. Climate. Health. Plea sure, Largo Modern Hotel. Booklet T. V. MoDehmott. , Custom Assay Office i Lritchett & Ferguson I Assayers-Cliemists-Metallurgists i REPRESENTATIVE FOR ORE SHirPERS I P. O. Box 712 El Pano. Texas. i ; (&8 9S 6mh' t.mB 4j t It Feed & Livery Stable I i jones & burns! 4B DorJlntock(rtfeii g-ood attention. 9 'i Transferring- and drayafie, I I PHONE 14--2 I f Dr. R. E. BUVENS I 5 DENTAL surheon. t Office: ntown niock f Pyramid St. Permanently Located. tORDSBUBO, NEW MEXICO. Pyramid Lodge No-23 K. of p. MfHut ttteryTues. Kvtnlnn; Vistllim Druthers Invited R. I). SMYTH. C C. J. SlAl.ONU K. R AS. Lordsburg Lodge No. 30 A.F.&A.M. Mwt th Ihtnl Thurs day night of mili moiilli. Vhltlnc Brothers In vited li. M. Fisher XV, M. O P. JItPI'lT. Secretary WOODMEN of the WORLD CAMP NO. 88 Sleets every 2nd andf4th Hnturdny night at Hie K. of P it AM, If M. ftHIIKR. C. C. K. M. KKVNOI.DS. Clerk OTicn ron I'tniMCATio.v Department of the Interior, U. 8. Intnl Olllce at Laa Cruces, N. at. Decern, ber SO. 1916. Notice ft hereby srlven that Dot Up. shaw, of llHt'hlta, N. M.. who, on Oc tober 17, 1912, made homestead ontrv, No. 07046, for SWU, Section 14, Town ship 30 8, Ilange 1 W, N SI. P. Merid ian, lias Hied notice of Intention to make Hnal throe year Proof, to estab lish claim to the land above described, before George Hdmomls, U. 8. Commis sioner, at Hachlta. N. SI., on the ISth day of February, 1017. Claimant n.nt.a mm ...it . t , - ........ . , na , iiiiriwc.. . 1 . I WorthliiKton, of Ilachlta, N. St.; Will i psimw, oi tiacnim. N. si.; Torn Wink lef, of Hnchlta. N. SI.; Frank Lane, of llacbltn, N. 11. ... JOHN I nUllN81DB, Jhii. 12 to Feb. 9. Resistor. MITIl'H poll I'UHMCATION Department of the Interior, IT. S. Land Olllce at I.as Cruces, N. 51. Decern, ber 30, 1916. Notice is hereby Ivon that Josoph L. Aker, of Lordshursr, N. M., xvhft, on try. No 04011, for Section 7, Township 118, Itange T7XV, N. M. P Macl.tln,, lina. n,..l .. e ..... . ... ..... m .i..-., in,,, v ui fun inden tion to make final five year Proof, to estnhtl.1. e.tul,. , ,.. , .'. .. . . . ',iw nouvf! ues- rrtbml, before l'arls V. Hush, IT. s. . uuuiiiMiuner, ai l-orusnurs, N. J., on he 12th day of February, 1917. Plfllmnti, ,....., nu ...... A ILIIrHBB., US- Par Hunter, of l.ordsliurit, N. M. ; Nick ''i '."' y a'snurK. N. M.; Kd ltliodes, of lAirdsUr.fr. N. St.; Geo Hujchlnsoti, of I.ordsburs, N. M. Jan. 12 to Feb. 9. Realster. l.()RDSIIt!KC, IIUI-.K NO 5D SteeNter M.mhIms inuht nt s ii o dock Vf-itinu hmtlicf. icuitei! Innltend l'J I'Alkl.lA N.,hk- (lialld - F r' 'i r.i j:. s,-i r, t.nv NOTICH FOR PITIIMCATION Department of the Interior, 1.'. 3. Iind Office at Las Cruces, N. SI. Decern. Iter 10. 1916. Notice Is hereby given Uiat Qulncy V. Aker, of Lonlnburn, N. St., who, on February 7, 1910, made homestead en try No. 01032, for NWU. Section 8, Townshln 24S. ItaiiBH IW. NT M t lei IiIIhii. has filed notice of intention io mane nnai live year I'roof. to oslab cl"Li" th land ahovo dosorib ed, befora Farls V. Uusll, V. H. ConunlH Hloner, at I.ordsburR, N. SI., on the 12tli day of February, 191". Claimant immoH as wlttiesson: Os car Hunter, of TordsburK, N. SI.- Nick IIllKlii'S, Jr. of I.ordaburB, N. St.; Kd lthoilfM, of I.oidHburK. N. St.; HsorKo Hutchinson, of Lord.-.bure. N St. JOHN U JUt llNSIDlJ, Jan 12 to Feb I). IteglHtrr How's This? , uuit uiiv tiuiifirpu iioiinrs iii-wi'm n,r any caso nf I'nri.irli ,..., mmu, mim.1 i... Itiin-a Catarrh Lure.' i . J. cnnxnY 4. co., T-icUo, o. TVe. Iho linil..rlcniil. linrp knnn n T. J. Cheney rur the laat IB viiin, aud Ir lleTe lilm perfcetly liunurahle hi ell ImstniM traimnrtlona and flnnnrlally i, ble to eurry tut auy ohllattoLa tnado by Lia Arm. ft. VI'. 11A.NK. OF COMMISRCR. luledo, Ohio. Hall's Tatarrh dire Is taken lnlernallj-. artlnjj dlrtMtlr ut oil ti blond nml mueoiia aurfap..4 ui (he Kjitem. Teatlrinnlais sent free. Price ,0 tenia j.er ooiiie. som uy an uriittiHia. Tako Hull's Family PlUa toe coutlpatlin. NOT1CIS FOR rt'IH,lC.VCUX, Department of the Inte.-ror, U.JJ. lmt Ofllco nt Laa Cruce', N. St. Dcu m, 191C. Notice H hereby Blvon that laano Ii Uakor, of Ilachlta. N. jr., who, on AuKUst 6. mis, mndo homoetoad ontry. No . 011945, for lot 4; 8KU8WU Seo If. Lot 1; Is'liUNWU. Section 19. Town ?'li) 47 8., ItnilBO 17 W.. N. St. 1' Meridian, has niod notlcn of Intontlor. to mako final three ear proor, to o tabllsh claim to the land nbovi described, beforo UeorKo Kdmonds, U S. Commlsslor.or, at Hnchlta. N. SI., or, the Sth day of February, 1917. Claimant names as witnesses: Geo. Uravos, John Croom. Hoy llam Uton and lion Maker, all of Plíyas, N . , . John I Uurnslde, Dec. 29-Jan. 26. Henlster. SIl.MiltAI, AI'I'MUATIU.V KHKIAI, NO. 014J16 United StntoB Irfind Ollloo, I,ns Crucos, New Mexico. December 20, W16. Notice 1b hereby ulvcn that 8B Mln Iiik Ooitipany, a corporation, by A. J. Indorrloden its Attorney-in-fact, whose postónico address. Is Lordsburtr, Grant County, New Mexico, has made appll--atlon for it mineral patent for the Carlos Lode minino; clolm, SURVEY NO. 1690, sltimto In Virginia SIlnliiK District. In tho County of Orant and State of Now Stoxlco, coverlnt; alone the lode and vein of samo from the dlscovory point N. 34 dep. G5 inln. K. 724.4 ft. and S. 34 dep. 65 mln. W. 746 it. and located In tho KWUSWU Sec. 12. NWWNWU Seo. 13. and NE'.i NEK Sec. II, T.,23 S It. 19 W., N. SI. , . .ii , ucKi-rnieu an loiiows: lleglnnlnf; at Cor. No. 1 a cranlte rock 6x10 Ins., 7 Ins. nbovn itround with mound of stdno chiseled 1-1690, whence tho comer common to Seos. 11-12-13 and li. T. 23 S.. It. 19 W. N. St. I'. SI., bears N. 17 deg. 29 mln. H. 704.5 ft.; thenco N. 37 dep. 41 mln. 13. 1431.82 ft., to Cor No. 2: thence S. 24 deir. 4D mln. B C97.62 ft. to Cor. No. 3: thnnen S. 31 deg'. G5 mln. W. 1470.40 ft. to Cor. io. i, meneo n. 21 dear. 49 mln. W. 677.43 ft. to Cor. No. 1. tho nlare of be ginning. ContnlnliiR 19.582 acres. 'litis claim is adjoined on tho North by Ilclolt Lode, 'Survey No. 1601 nnd Komlngtnn Lode. Survey No. 1603. with which It conllicts; on tho East b Mohawk Lode. Survey No. 1430. on the South Suporlor Lode, Survey No. 49 nnd on tho West by Dlack Copper Lode, Survoy No. 1504, and Cafo Lode, Survoy No. 1S0G. 85 Mining Companv claimants of nil ahovo described adjoining and ronllictlng lodes. No other adjoining or ronfllctlnR claims known. The location nntico of this claim Is recorded In the olllce of tho Itecorder of Deeds, Grant County, Now Mexico n Book IS of Locations at Page 214. John L. Uurnslde. Register. Firt Tu nl lent Ion, December 29, 1916. U.-.1 rul.lk'.uion, Frbnuiry 23, 1916. The beat job printing at tho Liberal. XOTICH FOR PUIIMCATION Department of tho Interior, U. S. Land Olllce nt Lns Crucos, N. M. Decern, her 30. 1916. Notiie Is hnreby clvon that William W Greentlmw. of Ilachlta, N. SI., who in February 12. 1910, made homestead entr. No (111172, for KUNKU ; SWl, NHl. NWüSBV,, Section 17. Town hip 32S. HaiiKO 29V. N. SI. P. Meridian, Is i-- Illed notlco of Intention to makn (In.il three year I'roof. to nstahllnh rlilm to the land above described, be fore SI L Slausey, U. 8. Commissioner, .U Walnut Wells. N. SI., on tho 12th day oi reiiruary, un. t'lalliiaut llames Good, of Clovrrdale, iiKan, of Clovordale, of I'liiM-i-dalo. N. SI.; ("Invi-idale, N. M. JOHN I, Ul'IlNSlDi:. Jan. 12 to Feb. 9. Itcglstor. as witnesses: Jo. N. SI ; G. SI. Don N. SI ; Sol Moore. Waller Griffon, of High Cost of Paper Docs Not Stop El Paso Morning Times' Great Bargain "Offer. Tho El Pa n Morning: Times has an nounced (front hartraln Miburrfntlon price, irood only durlnir the month of 'cbrtiary. The offer Is for both new and renewal 4Ubscftptlon. The resillar ruin nt Th Tlina la tftno per year, 7 renu per month, I'npliih oil. tlon, and f&.oo per year. 50 cent per tannin, ror Spanlfh edition; but during the. month of February the followlnr eroatly reniirefl prices are orrered; Fnrilih edi tion, dally and Sunday, for one year, by mill only lii; delivered hy currier or ancnt. W iff,. Spanish edition, daily and Sunday, for one year, by jnall only, 3.00: by rarrler or acent. íleo. The iilirlbr ave nearly 50 pe f rut. l' J an otrcpllnnul barraní, lieeame The Times Is worth the regular prlre. The Times pays for, ami puhllshe-s, more m'w, and spci'lil features eery day In the year, than any tdher (wo papers In weal rexa Ne Mexico ami Arlaona romblned. Complet" Aasoelateil Fiess service, "eov eritw the woih'" and enn-esponden's in t Texaa. New ;. ri Afiona. and i."..s of VI"iiii, tne:iier with tlm nel eitnres lhnt hralna prodiiee, make The limes "The 9otilliaprs iiNK Uiu es i.,pri " A panel- to lie appi related by vo. v nniui'tened fanillr. H,dii i .pilous are payable to any Irn-n on? ripriifc. a-r vour iHlsi.llflllcr t li I . TT Id dilClt O Till' Just a Few Days Left! El Paso Morning Timca Bargain Subscription Offer Closes February 2Slh. If you have not surgrrlhed or reneweo j'our subscription ror Th. Southwest!' IIM'. Din Newspaper, j-ou belter hurry! The Times. In making this irrent reduc tion In prlco for one year's -ihri lplion. If paid durlnir February, should lorolve the pral?e and pitronaice oí every reading home. The roRUlar tate for tho Fug-llfh olitloi Is 1.00 per year, 75 cents per month; ror panlsh edition, &00 per year, rai conn per month; but until rehruary sSlh th. Dllnxxlnir barnaln prKcs a;c olreted: Kok lili edition, one dally and Sun ny, tv mill only, si 7.; by rarrler or aFc-u, f !'. spatush edlllnn, one jear, da ly in ' hiinday. by mall only, r..on; by rair.e,- or njfni. M.oo. Such exclusivo features as Mult and Jon, Pollv and Her Pals, That Ron-ln-l aw ot Pa', mister lirown. l.anra Jimu J ibb'-y'" Heart Topii. ,l.".rv I'li-kford's uany Id 1. The ( i ife-iotis or Uux.nie. Herbert Kaur man's Pase, and many olheis louetiier Willi Its rnRUlar rompióle nos erwie. make The Tunes wo.ih much more lliin Hie low haririln rate at xxhleh It can be purehasrHl diirlnir ttio ne.t row dajs iinill February S. Thonsanirr. nf fair.llles In tho (Treat outliwest who know tlio nows, enter tainment and Information fiiinlshed by The Timet oarh day have already taken advantarn of llio offer. You should Klve vnur older (ndy . - Subscriptions are payable to any lorai Times Aarenl, or direct to Tho Times. Ask your portmastcr. " One Thing Youthful. My small son nnd I wcro rlillnr; on tlio "li" tho olhor day and Just nevosa from us sat nn elderly xvoman xvho had ovldontly dyed her hair, for It xvns a briglit golden brown. Hilly looked nt her for somo tlmo and then louncil i over to mo and xvhlspcred: "Mudder, seo dat lady. Sho Is all old but her hair." Chicago Tribuno. HOW TO START A CANCER. Some Very Comnvon Priotlees It Would 0 Well to Avoid. An English svtonlWt. tntcrostcHl In tlio nttompts to exuiqiior runcer. xujtgest 8 the followlliK ihkIIhhIs hy which n enn cer mny ho produ. i 1 "It Is tint eny fo pmtluee n cancer artidclnlly; noNeriliolesn, if you try enough ,y.u wlll sui coed sometlmt. ICueourair your itionu to smoke clay pines xvlth tli.xnriiishPtl mis broke n on or to retain r.luirp inlito) stumps of tooth In tholr Jnws. nnd yon may fair ly oxpwt now nnd tlin to wIIims t to il o nox-o prndiicllou uf enncrr. The snme cml muy lio nltutnctl with yrt moro certiitnly shoukl you have it In your power to micct oses for the ex periment In which there already exists some local pvklencv of ehronle irrita tion. For Instniicp. you may tell a pa tient who has n little xvart or an Ir rltnhlu crock In his lip that hu may ffo on sitiokhiK "nil nnniso hlmaclf hy plckliiit off thu crust whenever he has a Utile spare time and roma to you again In six months. This is n very certain method. In another Instando yon mny assure a man with a little pimple near the nnglo of the eye that It Is of no consequence, not worth nn operotlou, nnd adviso him to apply cokt cream. In x year or two's time he will probably lnt nlile to liow you n very Interesting oxiiniplo of rodent ulcer (u form of so culled skin cancer). - ... . It Is obvious that mo englishman who suggests these methods does net offer them hi the hope that they will 1. followed, hut (tilte the contrary. Ho might Imvo mlileu that nlthoiigh "It is nut onsy to produce cancer artificially." It Ih still less easy to euro It, artificially or otherwise. Indeed, the light against cancer has been one of the least suc cessful hi the wholo category of med ical battles. It l also one of the oldest. Lou AngoIcM Tlmog. Amphibious Foroes. Tho use of naval forces on hind Is. of course, hy no means novel, hut not every one knows that It Is a direct re versal of tho policy adopted In the e.ir ly days of the navy. Uuder Cromwell s rulo army olllcers xvero placed In com mand of war vessels, ami the great Admiral lllake was a colonel In tho now model nrmy beforo ho went to sea Another notable Boldlor to be placed In command at sea was (Jenerul Monk, first duke of Albemarle. wlio'justlHod the transference by winning txvo great sea fights against thu Dutch. Duudeo Adverllsor. It Usually Does. When' a man aud a woman dlscii-t Hie subject of mnlrfmoiiy one seldom gels the boiler of (he other. It ut.ii.illy results In a tlc.-l.ipplncotfs. Some men, like pictures, are (liter for a corner than a full llglit-Sencen. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIW .REMARKABLE AND STARTLING ANNOUNCEMENT. Everybody buying. One Purchaser takes ten lots. Many others take two, three, four and more. No chance to lose, and many chances to "make a killing." The Most Liberal, Attractive and and Appealing Offer Eevcr Made To The Investing Public. Here It Is: We will sell the beautiful homo of Mrs. Sligh, consisting of forty acres of patented land, 8 room pUrnetive adobe rosidence, 2 artesian wells, 3 acros bearinK orchard, 3 aciea plfnlfa, big ndohe burn, out buildings, ,otc. Will be listed as ONE I.O'l, nnd Sold For $30. The N. K. corner of Park Block, 100X100 feet, tho most valuable property in town, valued at $1000.00, will be listed us ONK LOT nnd Sold Por $30. The Three Koom Cotlage of Mrs. Sligh's on tho south side of the S. P. track will be listed and sold ns ONE LOT, and Sold Por ?3C. Its valuo is 57,10. Mrs. Sligh'H home alone is VALUED AT $1,000.00. LOT VALUATIONS There will bo 3 lot3 valued at $200 each; li lots at $150 each; -11 lousv nt $100 each; G7 lots nt $70 each; 172 lots at $50 each; HIS lots nt $30 oach. .Those are tho regular pricca nt which these lot lmvo boon sollini?. Hut every lot listed is now offered the public AT THE UNIFORM PRICE OF S3Q KACH. As proof positive that above valuations are reasonable and more than liberal, we call your attention to the tax records of Cochise County, which will show tho assessed valuation of the property-Df tho San Simon Townsitu Company in 1015 was a little over $10,000.00. Property of Mrs. Sliuh. valued at $1,000 NOT INCLUDEr in this vnluution. Tho legal description of each nnd every lot or parcel of land included in this sale has been written upon slips of paper and placed in u lock box and turned over to the San Simor. Valley Bank for safo keeping until thu day ot drawing. Tho name of oach purchaser will be written upon n like slip of paper, placed in a blank envelope, sealed and plnccd in another lock box. On tho first day of March (or at n later date if nil lots have not boon sold) these boxos will ho ojicned in public by the judges appointed for that purpose, and somo little girl will be asked to draw nn envelope from tho box containing the names of purchasers, and another liltlo girl will draw an onvolope from tho box containing tho description of tho lots. Those envelopes will be handed to the judged, xvho xvill open them up and call out in n loud voico tho name in tho enclosed onvolope, and tho description of tho lot in tho other envelope. The name in ths one will tnko the lot described in the other. A secretary will ho employed lo take down the name of tho person and tho description of tlio lot, from which deeds xvill he draxvn and delivered to each purchaser xvithout any further cost. If a peráon buys more than one lot his nainij xvill appoar in separate en velopes to the number of lots purchased. This is fair nnd above board. Every purchaser xvill got value received, and a CHANCE to got something BIG. Inspection judgeH, J. M. Hall, Cnshier San Simon Valloy Bank; II. S. Chamberlain, Post Master. won From the figures above you will see that ONE person IN every NINE will GET a lot worth $100. ONE in FOUR trets ü lot th $75, or better. TWO OUT OF THREE will get á lot worth $50 or BETTER. And all at the regular price of $'A SEE M. Q. HARDIN ONE OF TOWNSITE OWNERS Lordsburg, New Mexico iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiy \n\n .mes.