Newspaper Page Text
NOTICIC FOR PUIILtCATION.
Depnrtment of 4hr Interior. V. H. Lnnd UIIIk ni I.nn Crucrx, X. M. Xovtm. her N. 10l7. NOTICI5 is hereby elven that Oscnr Stovo Harnett of Cloverdale, N. M..vho, on Ausunt 3, 1914, muda liomoatond en try No. 03984, for BWt NWllf Kb SW V,; 814 BEÍI Section 9. SV, 8WV4; UWVt HICVÍ, Section 10, Township 34 8, It. 19 V.. N. M. V. M., has filed notice of In tention to mako final three yenr proof to establish claim to the land above described,' before Oliver O. King, U. a. Commissioner, at Animan, N. M., on the 27th day of December 1917. Claimant names as witnesses: William It. Huplies, of Cloverdale, H. M.; Charles Johnson of Cloverdale, N. M.: W. 11. Clark of Cloverdale, N. M. Charles Carter, of Cloverdale, N. M. JOHN t UUnNBIDK. Nov. IB to Dee 14. Ileglster. WORTH NOTICING LOTS WANTED Wanted to pur chaso several lots in Lordsburg. Ad dress R..L., care Western Liberal. FOR SALE GOATS ICO head nan nios in excellent condition and well bred. For prices and terms writo or sec Jack Stephens, Lordsburg. 4t CORRESPONDENCE Ihtto la more OUrrti In this section of the country than II utfccr dlworvs pul tfther, and outlt Uic laar íw reara yo auppuaed to b lucurable. r"ir yrmt luanr jmw doctUO prgncuDCeJ It a local illartae nJ rncrlbed local rcmllH, and jj eooauntly tailing to cure ntta loiil tmtmrnt, pronouaml It lucurable. Science bf proten Catarrh to be couitltuílon! dlitaic, and therefore require conatltuttmal treatlnent. lUll'a Catarrh Cure, rnawifactnrci by F. J. Cbener It Co., Toledo. Oblo, la tbe only Cooatltn. tlonal cur on tbe market: It la taken Internally In doaea from 10 drera to a teaenoonful. It acta directly on tbe blool and mueona aurfacM of the ajitera. They ofTer one hundred dollara for any caae It falla to rare. Send for circulara and tMllmonlal. Addreta: T. J. CnENEt & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Bold by rtrnetleta, 75c. Take Uall'a Family rill for conttlpattoo. LOST: Three gray saddle horses I branded Lazy 7 on left hips and one ,roan. Lost near Steins. ?5 per head reward for locating horses. Notify .Fred Braidfoot, Steins, N. M. ANGORA GOATS FOR SALE OR TRADE 1850 goaU will sell or trade for Lordsburg rental property. Ranch, two waterings and fine range included. Inquire of Western Liber al. 1 3t ; WHITE LEGHORN Chickens, standard breed, for sale. J. H. I Fitzpatrick. ;.Elmo Ten milch cows, 10 mares, 2 Win chester rifles and four greyhound dogs are listed for sale. Call or write the Western Liberal. 51 MIKE MEANEY, Manager oooooooooooooooooooocooooo Star Grocery Simon & Hill. Proorletors V General Merchandise? SECOND HAND Furniture Bought aud Sold. See J. A. Floyd, Lordsburg Hotel Special This Week on J Hats Shoes Overalls Our Prices Will Appeal To You UP-TO-DATE GROCERY Full and Complete Line of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES MEAT MARKET Deliverle Mnde to Any Part of City Raise In Milk Prices Owing to the increased costs in hay we are forced to raise the prices of milk on and after De cember 1st as follows: quarts 18c and pints 9c. Hay has advanced to $30.00 a ton and all our costs have advanced the same way. We regret this change in price but is necessary. J. G. Lines, Lordsburg Dairy. HAVE NEW MODEL CAR H1ÍIW3 Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Hill, the 'ocal REDROCK Mrs. R. O. Graves of Duncan, Ariz., visited over night with Mr. and Mrs. Head prior to going to locate in Call fornla to bo near her husband who is in training to whip the Kaiser. Mrs. J. T. Kolz of Durango, Colo., is visiting in the homes of her uncles, A. B. and J. E. Conner and her broth er, W. E. Conner. Tho schools will unite and give a Thanksgiving program Wednesday af ternoon at me Boutnsiuc school. Monday morning, n goodly number of women and all the old bachelors who perform their own culinary feats, were at the school house to hear Mrs. C. P. Phelps who gave very interest ing talks on bread-making and war breads, and on the hot lunch fad now being advocated in many schools. In the nfternon Mr. Ellison talked on fruit tree pruning, silos, hogs and weekly, according to notices received ed to lecture did not arrive. LOCAL & PERSONAL' Opening Of Turner Park At Deming, Plans for the opening of tho Turn- beautiful new nlluminum body car, Mio 1 and tho opening day has been set for !&t8&Srfto- enibcr 0th, when a big cars they will only receive one o? tW ' frce show wiU bc Riven to the people model. Tho ear is one of the finest , of southern New Mexico. Two big over put out by tho Studcbakor com-1 feature acts arc down on the bill, ns SSSXwí "i bon Í" f U,Ciri m08r'we11 nR numb- f a'""1'" ones. In STfnrode,Si nhnn "nmbf f lle Principal number Ed Dooley, the k009. ibMl,C .mCi a,1IUmi"U, f'"s automobile driver and racer, nft i,Mr" anAMn- "J" h?vo oW.who does all of his exhibition work all their cars and have severe spoken i with fa lmiu,8 lnanaclctl bch'in(, hi í?uu,..Two carIoa,,,' f Studcbnker back wII, lry for n rccor,, nroum, tho WIVIIIII IWU lUUllhllB I record. Iit, ,i, !.... t,u ...i.n., ...n..i,. tho brucolets. Dooley's rogular gait across country, over any and every REDROCK MAIL H1DS WANTED ihñ .ntVX' ot roads, averages around forty the enrrying of the government mails .. mlIps nn hnnp ., ... ,rnrW ,, Mrs. Phelps helped the women or ganize a club. Mrs. Kerr was elect ed president, Mrs. A. 13. Conner, vice president The object of the club or the name has not yet been decided. Mrs. She P. O. Sutchell Tells How Cured Her Son of a Cold. "When raí son Ellis was sick with a cold last winter I gave him Chamber lain's Cough Remedy. It helped him at once nnu quickly broke up his cold," writes Mrs. P. O. Sutchell, Hom er City, Pa. This remedy has been in use for many years. Its good qualitios have been fully proven by many thou sands of nconle. It is nlcasant and safe to take. For sale by The Roberta to and from Redrock, N. M., twice by Postmaster M. Q. Hardin. CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Rev. F. Gaylord Roberts, Pastor. Preaching services at II a. m. Bible school 10 a. m. METHODIST CHURCH Preaching services 8 p. m. five miles an hour and on a track like that at Tumor Park he should make winner at the freo show will bc nn oven better time that that. The other automobile race between some of the Deming racing drivers. The following Sunday. December 10th. there will bo a sensational ex hibition staged at Turner Park, whun two of the biggcüt cars that could bc purchased for the occasion, a Loco mobile and an Ohtamobilu will bo & Leahy Merc. Co. adv MRS. MARION P. WALKER Teacher of Violin oooooooooooooo For Appointments Phone or PHONK Cnll at Realdcncc 32-4 RINGS ,00000000000000000000000000 PHONE 20 PHONE 20 AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE Mitchell Big Six, Type S Speed ster, al mechanical condition, good rubber, a big bargain :price $350. Can be seen at Lords burg Auto Co. 's garage, Lords burg, N.M. J. P. Porteus.owner. ...: : : ; J. L. WELLS, engineer : tlZ:e?:-lappine Phone 44 Blue Printing a Lordsburg o :. : : y , New Mexico For Weak 0000- 000- JONES & McDANIEL'S Feed and Livery Stable Boarding Stock Given Good Attention Transferring and Daryage PHONE 92 PHONE 92 OOOO OOO OOOO . NEW LOCATION Lordsburg Dairy J. G. Lines, Proprietor rS-A-N-I-T-A-T-I-O-N F-l-R-S-T Prompt Deliveries Made To Lordsburg and the 85 Mine ATOWNBY RANCH In use forover40years! Thousands of voluntary letters from women, tell ing of the good Cardui has done them. This is the best proof o! the value of Cardui. It proves that Cardui is a good medicine for women. There are no harmful or habit -forming drugs In Cardui. It is composed only of mild, medicinal Ingredients, with no bad after-eifects. TAKE J, Montague Smith - familiarly Known an "Monty boy," younrj. easy-going banlv cash ier, darling of society, interested in socKs and necKties. Two hours later this same Individ ual is plain JohnM.Smith, fugitivo from Justice, charged with murder, hiding in a freight car, boating his way to so curity. A swifter metamorphosis than that which trans forms this character would be hard to imag ine or a better story than that in which he appears hard to find. Sunday school 10 a.m. Preachinj services 11 a.m. Preaching services 8 p.m. REV. J. E. FULLER. For Weak Stomach. As a general rulo all you need to do is to adopt a diet suited to your age and occupation and to keep your bow els regular. When you feel that you have eaten too much and when const! patcd, take one of Chamberlain's Tab lets. For sale by Roberts & Leahy Merc. Co. ' adv An Old Man's Stomach. As we grow older and less active, less and less food is required to meet the demands of our bodies. If too much is habitually taken, the stomach will rebel. When a man reaches the advanced age of 85 or 90, you will find thnt he 3 n light cater. Be as careful as you will, however, you will occasionally eat more than you should and will feel the need of Chamber lain's TableU to correct tho disorder. These tablets do not contain pepsin, but strengthen the stomach and en able it to perform its functions nat urally. They also cause a gentle move ment of the bowels. For sale by Rob erts & Leahy Mere. Co. adv oo doing at least sixty miles an hour, which should leave no trace of any Uiingthing resembling a car. when they come together One of the cara will be started by Ed Dooley from the top of a fifty-foot stairway and ho guar antees to bc hitting the twenty-fivc-mile an hour mnrk when he jumps from tho car. Ho will perform thia stunt with his hands manacled, and the crowd is going to have tho thrill of their life whon Dooley starts down that incline for the collision. Admission prices have been placed as low as twenty-five ccnta for this show, which is certain to attract peo ple from nil over the southwest, and many Lordsburg people are already arranging to motor over to Deming to witness Dooley's net. Besides tho collision there will bo many other fcatuxn acts, in some of which Dooley wil demonstrate his abil ity to handle his car under any cir cumstances while he is handcuffed. He offers to forfeit Í 1,000 if he fails to throw nny rider front the hood of his machine in thirty seconds, and this bet is exciting a great deal of inter est among the bronco busters of this started at opposite ends of a mile-'section, some of whom arc figuring on long track for a head-on collision. 'giving the handcuff king a whirl at When the cars crash together they will this particular game. i Jñe Real Jftan IWWiMjlllllililllllllllll iEDGER (vwvvvwwwwwvwwvwv BANK BARBER SHOP I 1'KI.IX JONKS, Proprietor ? Baths-Laundry Agency Inlburc Rink Building m uuiiuuuiK -.- ii-" - (ÍVWVWWWWVWWVWWWÍ) St Elmo Barber Shop 1!U I.AFFIN. Proprietor LAUNDRY AGENCY" CARDUI is interesting right from the beginnlng.lngenlous, swift-moving and with plenty of exciting mo ments. It is one of tho best pieces of fiction ever written by that popular writer, Francis Lpnde Our New Serial Be Sure to Read It The acme cf perfection. Con-' plete outfits from pcTo to $:X).03. Twenty forms of ruling to choose from. The Woman's Tonic CÁVE BARBER SHOP Strictly Modern and Sanitary Experienced Barbers Baths GEO. WRIGHT, Proprietor Btartlno Trojoie. The Salvation Army now plans to tecorao a great matrimonial bureau where boforo it -was supposed to holp tho unfortunate. -J'lttatiurifb Dispatch You can rely on Cardui. Surely it will do for you what it has done for so many thousands of other womenl It should help. "I was taken sick, seemed to be ... ," writesMrs. Mary E.Veste, ol Madison Heights, Va. "1 got down so weak, could hardly walk . . . just staggered around. ... 1 read of Cardui, and after taking one bot tle, or before taking quite all, I fell much better. I took 3 or 4 bottles at that time, and was able fo dp my work. I take it In the spring when run down. 1 had no appetite, and 1 commenced eating. It Is the best tonic I ever saw." Try Cardui. All Druggists 1.70 ISM Certain Cure for Croup. Mrs. Rose Middleton of Greenville, 111., has had experience in the treat ment of this disease. She says, "When my children wero small my son had croup frequently. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy alwayB broke up these attacks Immediately, and I was never without it in the house. I have taken it myself for coughs and colds with good results. For salo by The Roberts & Leahy Merc. Co. adv NOTICU OF I'K.NUKJÍCY OF SUIT Civil Action No. n.i:i In the DUtrlct Court of the Sixth Ju dicial DlBtrlct of the Hiato of New Mex ico, within and for tho county of Grant, W. F. Hitter, et ni., dolnu bualnen an the Duncan Lumber Company, plaint iff, va. w. J. Stockton and Faul Thom as, defendants The above named de fendantfl and each of then) nre hereby notified that a civil action han hrrn commenced ntfalnxt them and each of them by tho ubovo named plaintiff. ImHlnK their cuuae of action upon an unpaid open account In the mini of Two Hundred and Sixty-four C8-100 DollarB (1264. 58), alleged to be owed by defendant W. J. Stockton to the nald Duncan Lumber Company and pray for a udement for Bald amount; and that their claim of lien for aatd amount be forecloHed. adjusted and decreed to .be a valid and xubHlMtlnR Hen upon i that one story live room dwelling house situated In Pennsylvania Canyon In the 'Hteeplerock Mining District, Grant county, New Mexico, upon the (luid Crown Lode Mlnlne Claim heretofore lused as a house of prostitution, toeeth !er with a convenient space about the same for the convenient use and oecu Ipancy thereof; and also praylnir for the I allowance of a reasonable attorney's fee for drafting, filing and recording said claim of leln and for services ren dered In this action, and the costs of this action; and that tho said dwelling .house and said convenient space about such building, be dlrocted to be sold under order of this Court and the pro ceeds of said sale applied to the satis faction of nlalntlffH said lien claim. Now tho ubovo nnmed defendants and each thereof uro hereby notified that unless they enter heir appearance In said action anil answer, demur or olh- nruliiN iilnuil. nn nr litafnrf lin llfh ilnv !of January, 1'JIS. tho .plulntirfH will 'take judgment against them and each of them by default and will apply to the Court for the relief prayed for in said action. Mornlncstar and Mitchell, whose poBtofllce addreia Is Lordsburg, New Mexico, are attorneys for said nlalntlffa Witness my hand and tho seal of said Court this litli day of November. A. D. 1917. T. W. HOLLAND. Nov. J0-Dcc. 21 Clerk. The Jewel. Rutila and Corduroy Binding. A serviceable outfit for $7.50. Larger size, $8.50. We carry six forms of ruling. The Jewel. Full khaki binding. A bifr valuo outf.t f.r 55.00. Will wear n lifetime, tía forms of ruling. The Nonpareil Bound in Levant Grain Cowhide and Binder' Cloth Two sizes at $4.00 and Í4.50. Six forms of ruling. Come In and sec this splendid tine. Oct our Complete Catalog. THE WESTERN LIBERAL LORDSBURG, NEW MEXICO ill Sour Stomach. Eat slowly, masticate your food thoroughly, abstain from meat for fow days and in most cases the sour stom ach will disappear. If it does' not, tako one of Chamberlain's Tablets im mediately nfter supper. Red meats arc most likely to causo sour stomach and you mny find It best to cut them out. For sale by Roberts & Leahy Merc. Co. adv THE TRUE PHYSICIAN The True 'physician seeks to find in his patient the cause of the ail ment. The true physician will seek for physical injuries -mal position of tho bony strncture of tho body and other conditions that nre usually found, and correct them; repair the injury, remove or overcome the cause and Nature docs the curing in that case. GET THE IDEA Your body has a network of nerves Your brain feeds all body parta The EYES, EARS. NOSE, THROAT, ARMS, HEART, LUNGS, LIVER, STOMACH, PANCREAS, SPLEEN, KIDNEYS. ROWELS, LEGS.every f at t is fed by energy from tho brain, lealth is Brain pnwer. Disease is lack of it. Chiropractic Spinal Adjustment Will Keep The Nerves Five F. A. CANON, D. C. DOCTOR OF CHIROPRACTIC LORDSBURG- NEW MEXICO Office At Residence One Square South of Seott'x Garage OFFICE HOURS 4:00 p. m. to 7:30 p.m. Uunless Ily Appointment General Contracting And Jobbing Ho Wasson Solicits Your Work In Office At Home, One Block West of Scott's Gar'age, Southeast Corner. Building Repairing Job Carpentering Ford Model T-One Ton Truck Price $600 F. O. B. Detroit Just The Thing For Your Delivery and Ranch Needs THE SCOTT GARAGE Eugene Montague N. J. Scott Daily Stage Line Between Lordsburp, Tyrnc and Silver City. Save Time and Money Brrr!!! It Is Cold These Mornings BrrrH! BUY ONE OF OUR Hotpoint. Heaters Just Tho Thing For That Cold Room. Now Jn Stock Lordsburg Power Co. \n\n wuiii. xuc uniera who were scnuuur Studebnkcr ncrentR. have rroMvi ! n Park at Domine are now comnlctcil