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THE COPPER ERA, CLIFTON, ARIZ., JAN. 18, 1900.
B. B. B. STORE see HENRY KATZ & CO. e e GENT'S FURNISHINGS W MEN'S AMIGO SHOE, Best Shoe Ever Wb have insfc waived ' Known' for on,-v' $3-- we nave just receivea LAPIES. amigo SHOE, 2.50. 1,000 pairs Of fine MEN'S RIGEUR SHOE, .. ".. .. 3.50. CLOVER BRAND Shoes . M CH1SE CREEK, CLIFTON, ARIZ. Headquarters fir Ooinmercial and Mining Men. CLIFTON HOTEL MRS. M. ABRAHAM, Propr. Table Supplied with the Best the Market Affords Lighted by Gas. White and Colored Help A Law Suit. Mr. C. F. Whitcher, our efficient at torney, had a very singular experience a few days since. While looking over some property, t-ituated in South Clifton, near the river, he missed his footing and fell in a mud hole. Fortunately, no bones were broken, but it almost ruined his best Buit of clothes. His first thought, apon crawling out, was to enter suit against the owner of the property, but that gentleman finally persuaded him to send it to Mit Simms and have it clean ed and pressed, he agreeing to pay the charges which he did and the affair was settled without further trouble. Judged Insane. People going for their mail yesterday were very much amused at the remarks of a man who was addressing a crowd in front of the postoffice. He declared upon his word as a man of good sense that L. W. Smith did not keep the best cigars in town. Of course that was a dead give way, so Billy Hamilton was notified to keep his eye on him and see that lie did no one any harm. At the Academy. The sheet and pillow case ball at l'rof. Prettyman's academy last Satur day night was a grand success, there be ing thirty-seven couples in attendance. All expressed themselves as having hud a most enjoyable time. Prof. Prettyman informs us that there will be a calico ball at the Academy next Saturday night, and that, as Mr. Weston will play the piano upon that occasion, good music and a good time are assured. Those urchins who aitend the public school and amuse themselves by whit ling on the building and stealing out crayon to form repulsive hieroglyphics and obscene words should be dealt w ith in a manner that would necessitate their standing while eating for at least a m intli. Ignorance is blis-, sometimes, but not. aiways. If yon wish to keep up with the topics of the day, L. W. Smith can fur nish you with newspa pers and magaz'nes at a nominal cost. For a first-class shave or hair cut go to Jack Goodwin, two doors west of Katz & Company's. TAKE THE - - Santa Fe Route From Doming or El Paso, To all northern or eastern points Cl"se coniiKi-tion made at Kansas ci'y and Chicago with all the northern ind pastern lines. THRO' COACHES, TOURIST CARS & PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS. All meals not served in Dining cars are taken at the popular Santa Fe Route Harvey Eating Houses. Full information cheer fully furnished upon application to - - - F. B. Houghton, Gen. Agt, El Paso, or W.J. Black, Gen. Pass. Agt, Topeka, Ks V. C. BLANK, - - Clifton Shoe Shop, C.ifton, Arizona. tJF Boots and Shoes made to order. Repair work done promptly and neatly BANK OF SAFFOKD. SAFFORD, ARIZONA. J. N. Porter, President. J. C. Pitrbley, Xi-:e-President. P. P. Greer, Cashier. RESPONSIBILITY OVER $100,000.00. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. 3flAU accommodations extended to customers consistent with conservative banking. Fashion Barter Shop . F. H. SPRINGER, Propr Four doors south Clifton Hotel. Hot and Cold Baths attached ; porcelain tubs. HCutting Ladies' and Children's Hair a Speciality.