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Lordsburg Dairy? lorasDurg amonio one eciion a u. L.incs, rroprietor J S-A-N-H-A-T-I-O-N F-I-R-S-T : : Prompt Deliveries Made To I Lordaburg and the 85 Mine ATOWNBY RANCH - ; J. L. WELLS, engineer 8umyinjr, Mapping nt ij ? O Blue Printing " "OHe 44 J í Lordsburg x New Mexico Star Grocery ? Simon A Ilill. Proprletora S General Merchandise Special This Week on HatsShoes Overalls Our View Mil Appeal To You J WW WW 'WW "i lANK BARBER SHOP FKUX JONES. Proprietor Baths-Laundry Agency Lordsbure Dank Building Lordaburg -:- New Mexico 2DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO St Elmo Barber Shop 5 8D tAFFIN. Proprietor I LAUNDRY AGENCY OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGOu CAVE BARBER SHOP Strictly Modern and Sanitary Experienced Barbers Baths GEO. WRIGHT, Proprietor -O0O-. JONES & McDANIEL'S oooo 8 8 Feed and Livery Stable Boardin? Stock Given Good Attention Transferring' and Daryage PHONE 92 PHONE 92 OOOO OOO OOOO 300000000000 The St. Elmo MIKE MEANEY, Manager OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO MRS. MARION P. WALKER Teacher of Violin OOOOOOOOOOOOOO For Appointment Phone or ITIONE Coll at Residence 32-4 RINGS OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO There Ii mero . . . . , acctlon of ttu country tuj.i ,: i. .iu. put together, ant until the Ut few J ear J wu uppoed to be lutnratile. I or a tn at munr un doctors prvooQ&ced It a lixiil iliaca, muí iiretcrltwd loi'ul rtuadlta, and l) iviutuntl railing lo cura with local treatiuunl. jirvuuuucvil It Incumbió. Science baa proTtrt CatarrU tj t a countltutluaal dlinaad, and therefore rrqulri'a conitltutioual treatment. Uill'a Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cueoef & Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is the only Conitltu tloml cura on fie market. It l taken Internal!) In doaea from 10 dropa to a traapoontul. It actr directly on the blood and mucona aurfacet of the tritrm. They offer one hundred dollara for any caat It falls to cure. Bend for circulars and testimoníala. Address i F. J. CÍIENET & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Bold by Drnrclsts, TSc. Take Hall's Family Pills for conitlpaUoa. NOTICE FOR rUIlLICATIOX. Uppartmrnt of the Interior, IT. S. Land Office at ham Cruce, N. AI., December IB, 1017. Notice Is hereby elvon that nenjamln n. Baker of Hachlta, N. M., who, on February 10, 1917, made additional homestead entry. No. 01246(1, for N1VK, Section IS. Township 27 S.. Ilange 18 W.. NMI. Meridian, has filed notice of In tention to make final three-year proof to establish claim to the land above de scribed, before Qeorere Edmonds, U. 8. Commissioner, at Hachlta, N. M., on the 30th day of January, 1918. ' Claimant namtn as witnesses: John Dalton of Hachlta. N. II. Hoy Hamilton of Hachlta, N. M. Louis Del prals of Hachlta, N. II. John A. Croom of Hachlta, N. M. . JOHN I DURNBIDB, Deo. 18-Jan 25 Iteglster. ILLS OF MOTOR CAR ! j first assistant to motorcycle cop Noted Medical Adviser Tells Mo torist of Many Things for Their Benefit. 5 NOTICE F0H. PUBLICATION. DeparWen of the Interior, V. 9. I.nnd Offfee at La Cruce, N. M., December io, ion. Notice Is hereby priven that Chapman Howard of Cloverdale. N. M., who, on November 16, 1914, made homestead en try, No. O10S84. for SEW SW!4 ! 8WJ4 8BU ; NH 8WÍ1. Section 9, Township h 3. nai?se 21 W.. NMP. Meridian, hns filed notice of Intention to make flnnl three-year proof to establish claim to the land above described, before Oliver O; King:. U. 8. Commissioner, at Animas, N. M.. on the 30th day of January, 1918, Claimant names as witnesses! Walter drlffen of Cloverdale, N. M. I,ewl Carrier of Cloverdale, N. M. James Wolf of Cloverdale. N- M. Kred Miller of Cloverdale. N M. M JOHN ú BURN8IDE. Deo. 88-Jnn. 25 Register. CANNOT KEEP CAR TOO CLEAN Sweetness and Purity of IU Appear ance Intimately Associated With Length of It Life Don't for Caretaker. The life find health of a motor car, like godliness In men, is closely nkln to cleanliness, writes Dr. Leonard Keene Hlrshberg of Johns Hopkins university in American Motorist. The sweetness and purity of Its appear ance Is Intimately associated with tho length of Its life, the friction and well being of Its component anatomy. Tou cannot keep your car too clean or the sheen on Its body too well polished. Motorists ere now aro familiar with the axiom, "Spread yourself In oil and save your metal." This Is only the application to the motor car of tho overworked and ngc-old allusion to medical advice, "An ounce of preven tion will save a pound of cure." Show me a dust-filled, dirty, soiled machine, and I will make the prophecy of n short shift nnd rapid depreciation of the car. Dirt, Inck-tuster and n dulled car body spell worse than rapid loss of value. Don'ts for Caretdker. Among the don'ts for the caretaker of a car are these: Never run the car In the mud If a detour will permit you to escape It. Mud is the natural foo of mrechln ery. Never use rough cloths with which to wipe, clean or polish your cnr. Never use' an excess of oil or body polish. It collects dust and turns Into grit Never use muddy or soiled wntcr with which to wash your car. Never fold a top down when It Is wet. Never allow mud to remain on a car one moment longer thun Is abso lutely possible. Never allow mud, If possible, to dry on the car. Wash off lmmcdlattiy with cold water. Never dig, scrape, chisel or shovel mud from tho polish. It destroys the varnish and paint. Never use force for any pu.rpose. A weak solution of soda will cajole the tougltcst mud nnd grease froru the body. Never dry the surfaco with soapy water on it. Rinse nil soap and swap suds off beforo drylns. Never employ a roundabout circu lar rotary motion In polishing tlw cnr. A straight out, hack and forth, piston thrust Is what should be used. Polish for the Dody. Never nccept Tom, Dick nnd. Harry's "sure restorer" of the original; factory sheen and luster. Mark Twain said that everybody has n "certain cure l'or colds." So almost every driver anl garage keeper Implicitly avows hi b body polish to be the best for the car. Dead men tell no tales; neither does the injured finish on a car. Shun all such as Billy Sunday flees Old Nick. Instead buy some boiled linseed oil; never use the unboiled. It will not do. Also some furniture wnx, and let elbow grease do the rest. The varnished part Is first washed, clean ed, rinsed nnd dried, then tho boiled oil Is lightly applied and rubbed com pletely off. The lighter metal parts can be still further finished with the furniture wax massaged to a highly lustrous finish. Rough, heavy soap, full of alkali, also cats into the varnish and coats of the body. You will avoid this In mani curing your car by heating a gallon, of water Into which Is stirred a pound, and a half of soap. This Is your stock, solution of soap for the chassis, body, and other parts. It should, of course, always be applied with a soft, silky sponge, rinsed off In clean, cod wa ter, and dried with n chamois rkln. TIRE NEGLECT IS EXPENSIVE Estimated That $150,000,OCf ) Is Lost Each Year by Carelescr .ess of Motor Owners, Tire manufacturers '.tjr Bomo time? past have been wnrnl'x tho motorist to exercise care and Judgment In tito use of his tires in or Jor that t he wear may be lessened. It hns boen esti mated that during tho year 1910 mo torists averaged vJbmt $30 wiisto each In tire usage, or u grand total of $150, 000,000 for tho 'ntlre country because of neglect The use of a little common sen ic Is all thnt is necessary to remedy this condition. has been almost im pos sible for tiro manufacturers to 1 teep poce with the, protraction of new sars and at tho saino time meet tho , de mands of tho cars now In use. 'An actual shortogo now exists In s nee sizes. Due to tho forcwlght of m ur.v dealers, it may bo a couple of mor (tha before the consumer will actually f. this shortage, but when lie does It virtU bring home to him as nothing elve can the necessity of giving tires tfae care that tlicy should have, and t! ietv- by add. much to tho service that üy will give. POLICEMAN INFORMED OF SPEED OF CAR. It would profit the French general staff as much to have one of its mem bers an agent of the German Intelli gence burenu as It would profit a mo torist, bent on speeding, to display this tell-tale electric signal on the front of his machine. Series of Lights. Tho device conslts of n series of colored lights, five In number, arrang ed perpendicularly In n metal case, and mechanism essentially slmllnr to thnt of a speedometer. When the nutomohlle to which this signal Is afllxed moves nt n rate of less than ten miles nn hour, no light shows. From ten to fifteen miles nn hour Is Indicated by nn amber lamp. At fifteen the next higher lamp In tho tier n blue or.e (lashes on. At twen ty comes a green light, nt twenty-five i clear white light, and nt thirty miles an hour or more n red signal shows. Never more than one lamp Is lit at nny given time, except In the case of a car which has exceeded 33 miles an hour. At this point the red light short circuits, nnd stays burning even though the cnr slackens sneed or stops. If a cnr. therefore, shows a red light and a preen light at the same time. It means that the car has been going nt VflSTIL'SHl' CaffMltti! mui IICUT 3HAFI 2II0ÍSRIU) UWBKUU IS Hill Details of Mechsnltfti. n rate higher tlinn 33 miles nn hour, nnd is traveling at about -0. Popular Selnve Monthly. A New Shipment Now In Stock THE SCOTT GARAGE Eugene Montague -:- N. J. Scott Daily Stage Line Between I.ordsburcr, Tyrne and Silver City. Save '1 ime and Money Solid Winter of Comfort With Ourl Electrical Appliances Lordsburg Power Có General Contracting And Jobbing . C. HoWasson Solicits Your Work In Building Office At Home, One t-, . . Block West of Scott's Repairing Garage, Southeast T , . corner. Job Carpentering jAsátauuatnuwuatajBii. FREE AUTO PU5 MEtTS ALU TRAINS mm in los Angeles STOP at th NEW FIREPROOF : mix ínüonsi.d uy V. w. C. A. A women's neur Toum HU fl 1U At mm 5" 'CAT. Nví.N.'t'ON Era?!?! RkftiW'cOO OUTSIDE nOOMSfl Si.3S ISO WITH DATH I i0W.2N ST.. NEAR HILL NOftTHCnW H'")TLL CO., PROP ' "lANK L CI1AMPTON. MOB. ri-V! U M 00 HiR OAYA..(jp 7 r 'y ' V , . Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, ICy., says: "For quite a long wliile I suffered with stomach trouble. I would have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. 1 began to have regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just seemed to tear my stomach all up. 1 found they were no good at all for my trouble. 1 iieard THEDFORD'S recommended very highly, so began to use it. It cured me. I keep it in the house all the ti.nc. It is the best liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or stomach trouble any more." Black-Draught acts on the jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of throwing out waste materials and poisons from the sys tem. This medicine should be in every household for use in time of need. Get a package today. If you feel sluggish, take a dose tonight. You will feel fresh to morrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. A Complete Line Lowest Prices Dor't send away for a single article you need for your automobile until ,you find out what we can do for you, "We aim toKeep in stocK a com plete assortment of supplies for prac tically ell mah.es of cars. Thus we usually save you the delay that results from ordering elsewhere. And oftentimes we can save you consider able money on your purchases. Our prices on tires, tubes, lamps, .sparK. plugs and sundries of all Kinds entitle us to your patronage. All we ash. is an opportunity to prove our claim that we can satisfy you. W're always glad to quote prices! ONE CENT A DOSE (173) i WtfHWRT ANN FÍRÍt.PRÍlíllf ir Mi MA PENCE & JONES, Proprietors Cars In Stock For immediate Delivery QGug) .90 1 i LIVCD IN MISERY. "I cuff '-roil grmtty f'om nrrvousii'MH nml lia.l acliett. Tho lenal ex lto-ini-nt Gsvo mo dreadful pain. I btiran imliic Dr. Miles' Nervino anil fw lays Inter rlnrteil to te Dr. Milan" Heart Trunt mwit. I noon cot mi much hi-tler tlwt I was enrour fiffed anil eonUriynl tiiMni: tho two ram Ml I aa until 1 nun well Hint work wuu no hol'ier to mo at U." MK3. IX1UI0 RI O, Idaho FnllH, Iclnlio. U Striving to OM-S demands of everyone is apt to affect the nerves, and continual standing may weaken the Heart. Dr. Miles' Nervine is invaluable for Nervous troubles, and for the Heart Dr. Miles' Heart Treatment is highly recommended. ir FIROT COTTLS FAIL3 TO BENE F"T VOU, VOUft MONCY WILL. OB neriNOLD.