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The Copper Era
ERA PUBLISHING COMPANY Published Every Thursday Entered at the Clifton, Arizona, postoffice as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE For United 8tates, Mexico and Canada $2 SO All other countries in Postal union 3 00 Single copies. 10 Republican Territorial Convention. The republicans of the territory of Arizona are hercbv culled to meet in deleítate conven tion, in the city of Bisbee, on Thursday, Sep tember 6th, 1906, at 2 o'clock p. in., for the fol luwiug purposes: First The nomination of a delegate to cou-press- Second- The selection of a republican terri torial committee. Third The transaction of such other busi ness as may properly come before the conven tion. The basis of representation of the several counties in convention will be one delegate for everv liftv votes cast at the last general election for lion. B. A. Fowler, for delegate to congress, and one additional delegate for each fraction over' twenty-five, tíurh delegates shall be chosen in such manner as the republican county central committees of the respective couuties may determine. Upon the foregoing basis' the appoitionment will be as follows: No. of County. Fowler Vote. Delegates. Apache 301 6 Cochise 1375 S7 Coconino 5"7 11 Gila... . : 383 - 8 Graham '63 16 Maricopa 1974 39 Mohave 213 4 Navajo 3H1 7 Pima 1027 21 final 20fi 4 Santa Cruz ; 809 6 Yavapai 108 32 Yuma 435 9 Total number of delegates 190 Proxies will be recognized only when pre sented by a voter of the county from which the same is issued. All railroads have been requested to make reduced rates for this convention, aud if no special rate is in force wheu delegates leave for the convention thev should take receipts for money paid so that if possible the matter cn be arranged for return transportation. A full attendance of delegates is desired, as well as the presence of representative republi cans from every part of the territory. By order of the executive committee. W. S. Stcrges, Sims Er.v. Secretary. Chairman. Dated Phoenix, Arizona, August 4th, 1906. . O'Brien Moore, for the past five years editor of the Tucson Citizen, was found dead in bed at his resi dence Saturday morning- last, heart failure being-the cause of his death. He was not felling- well the evening before and went home, after which a physician was summoned. When the doctor called next morning Mr. Moore was found dead. There was n.) one present except his little son at the time of his death, his wife and daughter being in Los Angeles. O'Brien Moore was admitted to be the ablest newspaper man in Arizona and has been the proprietor of the Citizen for about five years. He was lifty-one years old, and was born at Middlestown, Cork county, Ireland He was educated at Trinity college in Dublin, but bafore his graduation left for America, coming to New York, where he remained tor several years, during which time he got a taste of the newspaper business. He was a pioneer of Arizona and was in Tombstone- editing the Tombstone Epitaph twenty-four years ago. Leaving Tombstone he became con nected with a paper in Dallas, Texas, and from there he went to St. Louis and secured a position on the old St. Louis Republican, becoming its man aging editor. From St. Louis he went to Washington, D. C, as the correspondent ot the St. Louis Re public, and held this position for seven years. He left Washington at the breaking out of the Spanish American war and was made a major ot volunteer regiment. After the war had been concluded he turned again to the west and after being connected with El Paso-, and Los An geles papers he came back to Arizona and with friends purchased the Tuc son Citizen which he has edited up to the present time. The board of supervisors at its meeting last w.eek had no great amount of business to transact, but one of the important things done was the reduction made -in the tax levy to $2.50, not including special school district levies. This is the result of the large increase madé this year in the assessment roll of Graham county. At the former high levy and low assessment taxpayers were paying practically the same amount as they will pay under the present leyy. The individuals, who have been assessed higher than the companies on their property valua tions, will be greatly benefitted by the change. Another great change in this county and something to be proud of is the fact that Graham is practically on a cash paying basis, which is quite a convenience to jurors, who cannot afford to hold script. The new rate is made up as follows: Interest on county funding bonds, 15 cents; county redemption bonds, 8 cents; interest on redemp tion bonds, 1 cent; general school fund, 50 cents; general road fund, 20 cents; general county fund, 81 cents: to this is added the territorial levy 75 cents, making a total of $2.50. It is impossible for the people of this country to imagine the suffering of the people in Chili, who have been yisited by one of the most dis astrous earthquakes in history. The loss of life has been immense and from reports the San Francisco disas ter is not a circumstance. The peo ple have been left without shelter or provisions and in several instances entire cities have been swallowed into the bowels of the earth. Those who have been fortunate enough to survive are undergoing hardships un known to humanity. It is in the dead of winter, which increases the suffering. Only those who witnessed the Frisco disaster are in a position to fully realize the condition in Chili. Attention is called to the announce ment of Tom Smith as a candidate for the office of Justice of the peace of Clifton precinct, subject to the approval of the republican precinct primary. Mr. Smith is an old time resident of Clifton and has served the people of this county in a public office before, and is thoroughly quali lied to conduct the affairs of the office to which he aspires. He is indeed a popular candidate and will give his opponent a liyely chase. His record as an honorable and faith ful servant is unquestionable. Cheese! Our new stock has ar rived. Smith's store. Our long expected shipment of Nettleton shoes have at last arrived. See them at the Hub, The Clifton and Morenci ball teams met on the local diamond last Sun day in a ball game that had no victory attached to it, and after a deliberation of twelve hard fought innings, Umpire Bidwell got tired and called the game a tie, something never before witnessed in the south west. A light rain fell when the game was started and continued throughout the entire performance, which made it rather inconvenient for the spectators, although they remained to see the finish. Morenci had a bad streak in the first and second innings, allowing the locals to score one in the first and three in the. second, while they secured but one. Morenci secured another in the third, leaving the score 4-2 in favor of Clifton, when Captain McClellan called for time on ac count of the rain. An intermission of thirty minutes took place, after which the game was started again and Clifton was given goose eggs up to the seventh, while Morenci made two more runs and tied the score. Things began to look inter esting and some betting took place. In the seventh Clifton made two runs to Morenci's one, giving them the lead, which was again tied in the eight, the score being 6-6. The score remained in this condition until the end of the twelfth inning, when it was decided to call the game a draw, as there appeared to be no chance for either side to ecore. It was one of the finest exhibitions ever seen on the local diamond. Márquez, who succeed in nailing ten Morenci sluggers to the cross, pitched the full twelve innings and at the close of the game was pitch ing much better ball than at the start. Swanton pitched the first four innings for Morenci, after which he gave up and turned it over to Ashley, who continued the remainder of the game, and, as usual, held the locals down pretty well. Márquez held the visitors down to eleven hits, while the locals got seven. hits from Swanton and seven from Ashley. The following is the score: MORENCI a.b. r. b.n. p.o. a. e. Cramer..". rf 5 0 2 3 1 0 Long c.f. -5 1 0 2 0 0 LeBrandt c. 6 1 2 6 0 0 Marklev s s. 4 2 1 2 5 4 McClellan ,1b. 5 1 1 11 0 1 Marcovich '.If 4 0 2 0 0 1 O'Brien 3b 4 0 2 4 0 1 Broadbent 2b. 5 0 0 7 3 1 Swan.ou p 1110 2 0 Ashley p 4 0 0 0 2 0 43 6 11 35 14 8 CLIFTOS A.B. R. B.H. P.O. A. E. Williams ....... 1. f. 612 111 Quiglev 2 b. 6 13 5 11 Oswald lb. 5 0 2 13 0 2 Daniels c. f. 6 1 1 1 0 0 Quilling 3 b. 5 1 0 3 3 0 Irwin r. f. 6 0 1 0 0 0 Cobb. ss 6 1 3 3 5 0 Doran c 6 1 1 10 3 3 Márquez p. 6 0 1 0 -5 0 El 6 14 36 18 T The Clifton and Morenci ball teams have been induced to play a series of three games on the El Paso dia mond, commencing next aaturaay and lasting until Monday. " The teams will leave Friday morning with the best line-ups thev have had this season and the El Paso people will certainly have some good base ball for once. These tams are so evenly matched that it will be difficult to pick the winner, but the Era is of the opinion that Clifton has.the best of it. Márquez will pitch for Clifton Saturday and Monday and Harvey, the new man, will pitch Sunday. Ashley and Swanton will be on the Morenci pitching staff, and while Swanton is a new man, there is every reason to believe that he will make good. Ashley is already well known to tne lid f aso people. BASE BALL, SUNDAY. Clifton people will not be without a ball game Sunday. The Morenci Cubs, which is considered a pretty good team, have challenged the Colts and the finish will take place on the loc.l diamond at 2.30 in the afternoon. Those who desire to see an interesting match should come out. The admission will be 25c. John W. Ca-Steel, editor of the Safford Guardian and one the most reliable newspaper men in the ter ritory, spent Saturday and Sunday in Clifton and Morenci. He attended the metting of the Republican cen tral comittee at JMorenci saturda3'. Mr. Casteel, althougfh editing a demo cratic paper is a staunch republican, and is an active candidate for the appointment of district clerk of this county. JJe is qualified lor the position and if appointed will fill the office honorably. He siys the valley is witnessing a great tide of prosper ity in a farming way and politics are quite lively in the farming dis trict. Backstein & Newbauer are making quite an addition to the Casino building, which was such a popular resort last winter, ine new addition is being added to the back and will be occupied by billiard and pool tables. The box ball allies will te replaced with a bowling alley, making three alleys. One of tie latest style German shooting gal leries will be added, which will be quite an attraction. The targets will be handled by electricity. In addition to the above a large ban quet hall will be added to the upper stonr, making it one of the nicest places in Clifton to spend the long evenings. It will require about eleven people to run the place and will be opened for business on the 15th ot October. The republican central committee which met at Morenci last Saturday afternoon, was well attended and fourteen members of the committee were represented. The following delegates were elected to attend the territorial republican convention at Bisbee on September 6th: Mo renci R. A. Rathburn, James Dun seath, J. F. Cleaveland: Clifton W. A. Hamilton, M. J. Egan, Henry Hill, J. C. Gatti; Safford Lee N. Strat ton, J. W. Casteel, A. T. Colten, Free Hubbard; Central O. Webster; Solo monville Chas.' F. Solomon. E. G. Kinyon; Pima H. H. Merrill. The following alternates were selected: Joe Terrell, Mat Danenhauer, B. K. Weeks, E. t. Uooth, VV. a. Crawtord, J. R. Welker, A. S. Porter, I. H. Knapp, J. b . Webber, Henry Bing ham, J. C. Ottman, H. Alexander, Tom Smith, J. L. T. Watters, Tom Brown, A J. Johnson. It was the de sire of all committeemen present that all represenfcitives and alter nates make a special effort to attend the convention at Bisbee, as old Gra ham county wants to make a showing. Belle Springs Butter g-ives perfect satisfaction to the most tastidious. At Smith's store. The choicest cuts at the Clifton Meat and Cold Storage. Lost, near Central Hotel, Foun tain Pen with gold net work. Re ward if returned to Era office. Wanted 200 families in Clifton, Morenci and Metcalf to enjoy the comforts of home by having our Car bonated drinks handy. Apply to S. iV S. Bottling Works. NOTICE OF PRIMARY ELECTION. Notice is hereby given that the primaries for the election of delegates to the Democratic. Republican and Socialist conventions will be held on the 22ud day of September, 1906; said conventions will be held on the 29lh day of September, 1906, The Democratic and Repub lican conventions will be held at Solomonville, and the Socialist convention will be held at Safford. .Said conventions to be held for the purpose of nominating candidates for the fol lowing offices in Graham County, as follows (t) Oouncilmau, (2) Assemblymen, (2) Super visors, (1) District Attorney, (1). Sheriff, (1) Probate Judge, (1) Treasurer, (1) Recorder, (1) School Superintendent, (1) Surveyor, (1) Justice of the Peace and (1) Constable for each pro duct, to be voted for at the regular election on November 6th, 1906. The polling places, number of delegates, and election officers for such primary elec tion shall be: Precinct No. 1 Safford. Number of delegates: democratic 12, repub lican 9, socialist 6. Election officers: DemocraticW. B. Fonda, inspector; D. V. A. Talley and John Scarlett, judges; W. F. Ijams aud H. M. Jeter, clerks. Republican J. A. Wakefield, iuspector; Lee N. Strattou and F. W. Andrews, judges; J. V. Castile and Peter Anderson, clerks. Socialist T. T. Hunter, inspector; Juo. West and A. E. Turner, judges; W. S. Anglin and W. C. Neese, clerks. Polling place school house. Precinct No. 2 Dunean. Number of delegate:: democratic 5, Repub lican, 1 Socialist 1. Election officers: Democratic H. C. Day, inspector, A. E. Hobbs and W. T. Witt, judges; John Evaus aud V. E. Burtcher, clerks. Republican J. L. T. Watters, Inspector; R. S.Stewart, judge. Socialist James Clifford, iuspectot. Polling place school bouse. Precinct No. 3 Clifton. Number of delegates: democratic 28, Repub lican 19, Socialist 8. Election oflicers: Democratic Ben M. Craw fordi inspector; So J. Forbes and Harry L. Westlake, judges; Berardo Fraide and Juo. Baylor, clerks. Republican-Jno. F. Niccoles, inspector; J. C. Gatti and Thomas Smith, judges; A. A. An derson and Mat Danenhauer, clerks. Socialist .Dan Lynch, inspector; Carl M. Schade aud Walter Doudna, judges; Geo. W. Williams and Jno. navidsou, clerks. Polling place school house. Precinct No. 4, Dix. Number of delegates: Democratic 1, Repub lican 1, Socialist 0. Election officers: Democratic: B. A. Boyle, inspector; D. D. Boyle and T. L. Stockton, judges; W. I. Tucker, clerk. Republican, none. Socialist, none. Polling place, school bouse. Precinct No. 5: Solomonville. Number of delegates; Democratic 5, repub lican i. Socialist 1. . Election officers: Democratic: Luther Green, inspector; Fred Dysart and W. II. Parks, judges; A. Ruiz and A. H. Austen, clerks. Republican: Chas. Solomon, inspector, Joa quin Figueroa and II. M. Merrill, judges; Geo. M. Smalley aud Ralph Sturgis, clerks. Sociitl'st; John Cliuc, inspector; Asa Turner aud J. A. Ruiz, judges; Ralph Crandall and James Martiu, clerks. Polling place: School house. Precinct No. 6, Pima. Number of delegates: Democratic 11, Repub lican 3, socialist 1. Election officers: Democratic: P. C. Merrill, inspector; Geo. O. Peek aud W. W. Crockett, judges; S. E. Allen aud Caas. Matthews, clerks. Republican: J. H. Mack, inspector; C. N. Dyer aud D. K.'Wcck, judges; Frauk Clufl and Peter Norton, clerks. Socialist C. D. II lynio, iuspector. Jos. F McFate and Sam Williams, judges, Bert Drol- liuger and Roderick Williams, clerks. Polling place, school house. Precinct No. 7, Thomas. Number of delegates: Democratic 2, Repub lican 2, Socialist 1. Election officers: Democratic: W. 8. Davis, iuspector; G. W. Wyntt and Joe Hinton, Sr. judges; O. N. Creswell aud D. O. Thurlo, clerks. Republican: A. C. Alexander, inspector; C. D. Stephens aud U. W. Healey, judges; Jack Rcid and Abe Windsor, clerks. Socialist, none. Polling place, schocil house. Precinct No. 8, Bonita. Number of delegates: Democratic 1, repub lican 3, socialist 0. Election officers: Democratic: T. J . John sou, inspector; Win. Whelan aud Thomas Ball, judges; Frauk Shields aud James J. Kennedy, clerks. Republican: Miles L. Wood, inspector; A. Johnson and Thos. Richards, clerks. Socialist, none. Polling place, school house. Precinct No. 9, Aravaipa. Number of delegates: Democratic 1, repub lican 1, Socialist 1. Election officers: Democratic: James S. Wooteu, inspector; W. E. Wooteu and 8. T. McCiintock. judges; R. W, Weathcrsby aud Jay Rex, clerks. Republican: II. T. Firth, inspector. Socialist: J. P. Weathersby, inspector; W. H. Wilson aud Wm. Forbes, judges; Jno. Wil son and Robt. Weathersby, clerks. Polling place, school house. Precinct No. 10, Arte.-ia. Number of delegates: Democratic 1, repub lican 1, Socialist 0. Election officers: Democratic: Lee Brosh- ears, inspector; H. Higgins and W. D. Speer, judges; Sam Brittou aud B. W. Campbell, clerks. Republican, none. Socialist, none. Polling place, school house. Precinct No. 11, Morenci. Number of delegates: Democratic 17, Repub lican 19, Socialist 2. Election officers: Democratic: A. D. Webb, inspector; J). E. Andrcss and J. II. Velton, judges; Allen Malonc and A. T. Whittslcy, clerks. Republican: J. IÍ. Dnuscath. iuspector VV. C. Crawford aud A. L. Crummiugs. judges; W. P. Gee and P. O. Clark, clerks. Socialist: Dick O' Oonuell, inspector; J. L. Davis and John Maher, judges; C. A. Lennox and George Weatley, clerks. Polling place. Library hall. Precinct No. 12, Thatcher. Number of delegates. Democratic 8, repub lican 5, socialist 1.- Election officers; Democratic: W. W. Pace, inspector: Bill Moody and W. R. Biugham, judges; W. A. Moody aud John Daily, elerks. Republican: Alex Hunt, inspector; James A. Duke and Miles Ilea y , judges; Thos. Naylor and Edgar Sessions, clerks. Socialist: Daniel Kemp, inspector; Russell aud J. L. Wilkius, ju-lges; A. McFate aud Geo. Thorpe, clerks. . Polling place Scho il house. Precinct No. in Eden. Number of delegates: Democratic 4, republi can 1, socialist 1. .Election officers: Democratic Fred Webb, inspector; A. B. Keniptou and M. M. Curtis, judges; Thomas Fuller and D. Rodgcrs, clerks. Republican W. R. Hawkins, inspector; D. Markhnin, judge. Socialist Isaac Palmer, inspector; J. D. Roper and Juo. Waddell, judges; Tnos. Holla- day and Lawrence Cli ristensen, clerks. Polling place Scho. il house." 1'rccim t No. 1 l-:stiniVy Bulle. Number of delegates: Democratic 1, republi can 1, socialist 0. Election officers: Democratic W. H. All brittou, inspector; Juo. ü. Blake aud Thos. Pickett, judges; A. 1!. Lewis aud Jno. Owens, clerks. Republican John IV.ake, inspector. Socialist none. Polling place School house. Precinct No. 15 Blue. Number of delegates: Democratic 2, repub lican 0. socialist 0. Election 'officers: Democratic C. B. Martin, inspectors Chas Thomas and Wm JacksOD, judges; C C Chapman aud L C Cook, clerks. . Republican none. - " Socialist--none. Polling place School house. Prcciuct No. 16 -Grand Reef. Number of delegates: Democratic 1, repub lican 1, socialist 0. Election officers: Democratic J J Qulnn, in spector; J P Weathersby, judge. Republican none. Socialist none. Polling place School house. Precinct No. 17 Central. Number of delegates: Democratic 2, republi can 1, socialist 0. . Election officers: Democratic Harry Layton, iuspector; Wm Webster and B F Whttmore, judges; C M Bigler and Wm Bigler. clerks. Republican A S Porter, inspector; Presley D Motes, clerk. Socialist none. Polling place- -School house. Precinct No. 18 Metcalf. Number of delegates: Democratic 4, republi can 6, socialist 1. Election officers: Democratic R A Camp bell, inspector; Jas T Tong and A L Kunce. judges; Geo Burkner and J D Matthews, clerks. Republican Geo Green, inspector; Henry Bingham and Frauk Webster, judges; J C Ott man and Tomas Blanes, clerks. Socialist none. Polling place School house. Precinct No. 19 Benton. Vumber of delegates: Democratic Í, republi can 1, socialist 0. Election officers: Democratic -M Balke, in spector; Kit Costo and LemCook, judges; J H T Cosper and R D Hall, clerks. Republican Major Chapiii, inspector. Socialist none. Polling place- School house. Precinct No. 20 San Jose. Number of delegates: Democratic 3. republi can 2, socialist 1. Election officers: Democractlc H W Bisbop, inspector; Geo Quinn aud C Garcia, judges; C Packer and Ricardo Sanchez, clerks. Republican Abelina Mejia, 'inspector. Socialist Geo Quinn, inspector. Polling place School house. Precinct No. 21 Franklin. Number of delegates: Democratic 2, repub lican 1, socialist 0. Election officers: Democratic Thos J Nation inspector; M W Monticrth and Jasper Gale, judges; Forest Gilland and Geo H Gale, clerks. Republican none' Socialist Wm Boggs. inspector David Camp bell and D E Wilkins, judges; Joseph Ellidge and James Campbell, clerks Polling place School house. Precinct No. 22 Lebanon Number of delegates: Democratic 1, republi can socialist 1. Election officers: Democratic J D Hartzler, inspector;. Heber Dalton and IFrank Lee, judges: Thos Alger aud John Sparks, clerks. Republican J W Lively, iuspector Socialist C R Jennings, inspector; Andrew Angle and Geo Tanner, judges; Thos Hamlin, clerk . Poliiug place School house Precinct No. 23-- -Hubbard Number of delegates: Democratic 1, republi can 1, socialist 0 Election officers: Democratic Jno Hancock, inspector; A A A 11 red and J A A'lcn, judges; M A Allred and A W Chesley, clerks. Republican E F Hubbard, inspector. Socialist none Polling place bchool house Precinct No. 21 Cedar Springs. Number of delegates: Democratic 1, r'epub can I, socialist 1. Election officers: Democractic B E Norton, inspector Frauk Mulikin and Andy Carlson, judges; Andy Mills aud Wiley Holladay, clerks. Republican Gust Becker, iuspector. Socialist none . polling place School house. Precinct No. 25 Guthrie. Number of delegates: Demojratic 1, repub can 1, socialist 0. Election of officers: Democratic J C Day, inspector; Geo M Nicks, clerk. Republican J H Browu, inspector; C M Short, judge; James Fitzgerald, clerk. Socialist none., polling place School house, precinct No. 26 Eagle. Number of delegates: Democratic 1, republi can 1, socialist 0. Election ofiicer: Democratic Wm Oglesby, inspector; W E Moore and A H Slaughter, judges; Allen Chitty and W M Jackson, clerks. Republican J A Terrell, iuspector; A War ren, judge. Socialist none. polling place -School bouse, precinct No. 27.York. Number of delegates: Democratic 1, republi can 1, socialist u Election officers: Democratic J T Cauthon, inspector; 8 M Daniels and Tim Chapman: judges; M h Marris aud George Harris, clerks. Kepu btican none. Socialist none. polling place School hnnse. The regular election at which the candidates nominated arc to be voted for, will be held in Grabara County, Arizona, on the "6th day of November, 1906. By order of the Board of Supervisors of Gra ham County, Arizona. Dated August 18th, 1906. 3eaJ Geo. Carlton, Clerk, Boark of Supervisors of Graham Coun ty, Arizona. ' ArizonaCopperCo. Shoe Department. C.'P. Ford' Women Shoes and Oxfords and Chas. K. Fox's F ancy Slippers, Hanan Son Shoes for Men and Women. We are exclusive agents for these celebrated lines. Buckhorn Saloon S. V. NORTE, Proprietor Goods That Never Wear Out. MUSIC EVERY NICHT- The wind always blows on the dight shift. Call Early nnrl lata. "a MORENCI NEWS. 4 From Our Regular Correspondent. Mrs. F. T. Coleman and son return ed from a visit to Denver last Satur day. Miss Patterson and Miss Garner, of Texas, arrived last week to be guests of Mrs. Thos. A. Hughes . - Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nonamaker re turned Sunday last after being- ab sent about a month spent in the east. Mrs. O. G. Schaub and Mrs. D. T. Kelly returned to camp last week after spending two months in Den ver. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McLean re turned to camp last week after a very pleasant visit of a month on the coast. T. F. Shea, manager of the Hotel Morenci. left for Boston, Mass., Tues day. Mr. Shea will manage a hotel in the east. Mrs. C.yril Wigmore and little daughter, Faust, returned from Los Angeles last Friday, where they spent the summer. Mrs. Robert Rae, of Douglas, and Miss Irene Tuthill, of Los Angeles, spent a few days in camp quests of the Morenci Hotel. Mrs. Rae left for her home in Douglas, and Miss Tuthill will visit Dr. and Mrs. Tut hill about a week before returning to Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Burch left camp Friday last. Mr. and Mrs. Burch will spend some time in their former.home in Washington before going to Nacozari, Mexico, where Mr. Burch will have charge of building the new concentrator for the Moctezuma Copper company. Lost, near Central Hotel, Foun tain Pen with, gold net work. Re ward if returned to Era office. Dissolution Notice. The co-partnership heretofore ex isting between Major Lattin and H. F. Kane, publishers of the Clifton Herald, has been this day dissolved. Major Lattin will collect the out standing accounts and will also pay all bills due by the firm. H. F. KANE. Clifton, August 2, 1906. Duncan Gash Store, BART TIPTON, Prop. All Kinds of Gountru rroduco BouoM and Sold Mail orders will receive prompt attention. DUNCAN, ARIZONA. Mid-Summer Sales All Summer Goods Must so no matter as to price. Call and make your Selection, and do it NOW. f don't need money, but must have room THE BELL STORE WORMS FABENDWrrZ. Proprietor. iiiimiiiiiiHMiiiiiUHiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuuiiiiiu j J. E. HOLT I 1 NORTH 1 1 CLIFTON I General Merchandise I I Have Recently Added HARNESS, WAGON MATERIAL, Paints, Oils. Still Headquarters For Ranch Supplies I J. E. HOLT I NORTH I I CLIFTON i ñiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiMiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinii; Selling For This Week Only Dark Grey Balbrigan Underwear Shirts or Drawers, all sizes, 45c per garment Agents for Nettleton's Shoes. 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I 3 3 m I General Merchandise 1 TELEPHONE 801 Prices and Quality Right 7ÍltlIIlllllllllltIIllIlIlllllllIIlIllItIlIlllIIIllllllIlllllilllllClllllIlIIIIIIIItIIIItIlllllllllllllfIlllllllllllIIIIlllIIIIIfS At The Opera House Rink ROLLER SKATING is tne r inesr exercise in me vvuriu. So come to the Opera House every j afternoon from 2 to 5; and evening 1 7 to 10. Children come in the afternoon No Children undeM4 years old permitted to Skate in the EVENING. -rrrrrrm i rim i I i I i I a I Keep The Particularly in the way of supplying the neatest line of Men's Neckwear! H Obtainable in a High Grade Silk Four-in-Hand; Light, Medium, Dark Fabrics and Plain Colors; 7-8, 8-8, 9-8, 2-incb, 2-inch Reversibles and Special 3-inch French Fold, Plain White Lawn Bows, Plain White Lawn String Ties, Black Gros Grain Folded Strings, Fancy Midg-ets, Fancy Square and Pointed End Straight and Graduated Strings, Black and Fancy Shield Bows, Fancy Shield .and Band Tecks, Windsors in the latest shades of plain and fancy colors. 5TORE DEPARTMENT Shannon Copper Company te é!Pkí!k;iii CLIFTON GROCERY (McDowell's Old Stand) NEFF & SONS, Proprs. AH Kinds of Groceries Fruits and Fresh Vegetables Give us a Call. HALLETT -.a1! in Klee &. Co. FORBES HARVEY HOUSE CLUB Draught Beer and Free Lunch. HARVEY HOUSE CLUB Ball Rolling ! I I 9 NEFF, Mgr. GiiTton Dalru W. 1. Whipple, Prop. Choice Dairy Products Delivered Daily of New York 5uits to Order CHASE CREEK.