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The copper era. (Clifton, Graham County, Ariz.) 1899-1911, November 16, 1899, Image 6

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THE COPPER ERA, CLIFTON, ARIZ., NOV. 16, 1899.
TERRITORIAL NEWS.
A golf club has been organized at
Phoenix.
A Knights of Pythias lodge will soon
be instituted at Willcox.
The court of private land claims meets
in Tucson on the 25th inst.
The Phoenix Indian school is the
second largest institution of that charac
ter in the United States.
The residence of E. L. Andrews, in
Phoenix, was destroyed by fire last Mon
day night while the family were attend
ing a wedding.
Mrs. Frank Teask died at Benson last
week leaving a husband and two little
children. Mrs. Teask was beloved by
all who knew her.
James William Blakely, an old-timer
in Mohave county, died very suddenly at
the home of his father in Kingman on
Nov. 1. He leaves a wife and two child
ren to mourn his demise. He was a
prominent lawyer and member of several
fraternal societies.
A young man named Hopkius, sup
posed to be in one of the mining camps
of Arizona, is very much wanted by his
relatives, among whom is a brother, Dr.
AVm. E. Hopkins, of 802 Sutter street,
Sun Francisco. A reward of $250 is
offered by the distressed friends.
D. L. Lang, uncle of the Halderman
brothers, who are under death sentence
for the killing of Ainsworih and Moore,
is in the terii:ory trying to obtain a new
trial for his nephews. Hon. Mark Smith
of Tucson has been engaged as counsel
and every eiTort will be made in behalf
of the prisoner. Willcox News.
Fletcher Fairrhild, late sheriff of Co
conino county, died at the asylum at
Phoenix recently. The deceased was
cur.f:rnid to the asylum about three
months ago, mi l he failed rapidly S'nce.
I.e leaves a wife and five children in
Fr'astaif, where he resided for years,
and where lie ttood high in public esti-
1U.1ÍÍOI1.
";Snw, boys," said the Sunday school
teaci ier, "can any of you name the three
great, feasts of the Jews?"
"S'eH'm, I can," replied one bright lit
tle iel low.
"Wry well, Johnny ; what are they?"
"Breakfast, dinner and supper," was
the un consciously logical reply.
Documents Filed for Record.
Following is a list of documents filed
for record at the county seat from east
ern Graham county for week ending No
vember 4th:
John Laird et al locate Copper Chief
mine in Greenlee district.
W. H. Settle, of Morenci, files official
bond as justice of the peace.
J. J. Putman and wife to J. T. Tong,
deed to lots 8 and 9, block 1, Duncan.
Wythe Den by and wife to A. K. Waugh,
deed to lot 7, Riverside Park, Clifton.
Charles S. Couch et al lotate Old Dutch
and Dutch Extension in Ash Peak dist.
"Tommy, I hear you were shot full of
powder grains on the Fourth."
"I don't care ! I'm th only boy in th'
block wot 's got -blue freckles."
Young Doctor. Congratulate me, old
man. I'm just preparing to visit my
first patient.
Young Lawyer. Good ! I'll just go
with you. Perhaps he hasn't made his
will.
Out of an apportionment of $2,657
made by School Superintendent Moody
on the 3rd inst. Clifton received $124,
Duncan $50, Morenci $90, Metcalf $50,
and Blue Hi ver $50.
A Kansas printer recently tried his
hand at farming, but couldn't make
things work right and is now back at the
case. He had a wrong font team a
mule and a horse and this would not
justify. He said the farmer fired him
after he had "pied" three or four "col
umns" of potatoes. He showed his lim
ited experience by asking the farmer's
wife if she wanted the hens to set leaded
or solid.
Trade Mark fe
Stamped In Shank. V?:i-'i'' ff 1
"Anchor" JÉ
Dainty w
Footwear w
Shoes that please the eye and
fit the feet are what you want.
We've Got 'Em
in all styles of Toes; Kid and
Vesting Tops; Tan and Black.
FAMOUS ST. LOUIS SHOES, MADE
BY THE BROWN SHOE CO., PRO
GRESSIVE SHOE BUILDERS, jt j jt
S. W. PRICE & CO., Clifton. Ariz.
The Morenci Southern has opened an
office in Lordsburg. It has built an of
fice building west of the Arizona & New
Maxico depot, and is putting in a great
deal of side track on which to handle th't
material for the new road. Mr. S. F.
Meguire has charge of the receiving of
this material, and of all the interests of
the Morenci Southern at this point. The
office will be continued at least until the
road is completed. Liberal.
F. Falcone T. Nardelli
The First Ghance Saloon.
FALCONE & NARDELLI, Proprietors.
Finest of fines,. Liprs and Ciprs Kept Constantly in Stoct.
CHASE CREEK, - - - CLIFTON, ARIZ.

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