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THE COPPER ERA, CLIFTON, ARIZ., NOV. 30, 1899.
11 Lordsburg Budget. From the Liberal. F. Falcone T. Nardelli The trains on the Southern Pacific have not been on time lately. Building operations have been at standstill in Lordsburg for the past week becanse of the lack of lime. J. C. Andeison and O. B. Lumbar, both of whom have been working for the Arizona & New Mexico railroad, have traded jobs and hereafter Mr. Anderson will be conductor on the train that leaves here early in the morning and Mr. Lnm bar will attend to the transfer business. The Arizona & New Mexico road has put on another train a night one. It leaves here after the arrival of the train from Ctifton in the evening, making a round trip to Guthrie, hauling freight and returning with empty cars. The trains it t ikes to Guihrie are hauled into Clifton the next day by the pusher. Documents Filed for Record. Following is a list of documents fiX'd for record at the county seat from east ern Graham county for the week ending November 12, 1899: Wythe Denby and wife to J. Guthrie Hopkins, deed to lot 3 and part lots 2 and 15, Kiverside Park, Ciifton. Ben M. Cra wford to Isaac N. Stevens deed to one-half interest in New Eng land, American and Standard in the Greenlee district. The twentieth century will open on Tuesday, January 1, 1991, and not in 1900 as is generally supposed. Notice for Publication. ;J,i 599. ) Homestead App. No. 1948. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Tucson, Ariz Novemb-r 17, 1899. Notice is hereby giyen that the follow-ini:-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in supnoit of his claim, and that snid proof will be made before the Clerk of the District Court at Soloni'inville, Arizona, on Tues day, January 2, 1900, viz: William L. Cauthen, of Duncan, Arizona, for' the E)4 .Sec. 29, Tp. 8 S. R. 32 E., G. and S. R. B. and M. He names the fol lowing witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon nnd cultivation of said land, viz: Pedro Michelena, William Parks and John C. Epley, of Solomon ville, Arizona, and John Clay of Duncan, Arizona. Milton R. Moore, Register. First publication, Nov. 23, 1899. The First Ghance Saloon. FALCONE & NARDELLI, Proprietors. Finest of Wines, Liprs anil Cigrs Kept Constantly in Stock. CHASE CREEK, CLIFTON, ARIZ. .ARLINGTON HOTEL. LORDSBURG, N. M. The Leading Hotel of Lordsburg. Good, Clean, Comfortable Beds and Plenty to Eat. Close to Depot. ------ GEORGE REEB, Propr. CLIFTON AND MORENCJ STAGE LINE. -S. W. PRICE, Proprietor.- Coaches meet trains promptly. No delays. Fat horses and careful drivers. -All Kinds of Freighting by Contract. THE DUNCAN DAIRY, CLIFTON. ARIZONA. J. N. WARDEN, Proprietor. Milk delivered in any part of the city, morning and evening. My dairy is located on Henry Hill's alfalfa farm, near South Clifton, and is strictly a home concern. Give Me a Trial, -AND YOU WILL USE NO OTHER MILK.