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THE COPPER MARKET.
Phelps-Dodge Representative on Strong Position. Its James L. McLean, of Phelps, Dodge & Co., says ot copper: "During' the past year nearly every one knows that consumption has increased enormously while the returns from the different mining- districts report an increase in the production of 1906 over 1905 of from 41 per cent, to 5 per cent. Just how much the con sumption has actually increased is more difficult to " determine, but "probably in thé neighborhood of from 20 per cent, to 25 per cent. It there fore requires no expert mathema tician to Ggure out that these condi tions cannot continue indefinitely. It is worse than foolish to charge any of the producers or mining com panies with holding back their pro duct, or trying in any wiy to curtail their output, for it js a fact well known to every one in the business that the present price is higher than many of them wished or expected, while both men and machinery have been taxed to the limit to turn out every pound of copper possible dur ing the last year. mere is no doubt that there is somewhere underground sufficient copper to supply any possible legiti mate demand, but the consumption has actually increased more rapidly than it has been possible tor the pro duction to keep pace with it, and until either the high price or some thing else checks the consumption, present conditions are likely to last, and hig-h prices must prevail. "At present there is no prospect of any immediate change from pres ent conditions, Buyers are more anxious to coyer their requirements and are naturally afraid to accept orders for the finished material until they are able to secure the copper necessary to do the work. Many of them have orders on. their books suf ficient to keep them fully employed for the first half of 1907, while all re ports from abroad indicate the same remarkable conditions and the steady increase in the consumption. "Sooner or later something is bound to happen to bring about a change so that the upward tendency in price will be checked and thé prodcution will be sufficient to supply the de mand but at present there are urgent buyers of copper for February, March, April and May delivery while nearly all of the large producers have sold so much that they are afraid to make any further commit. ments." . CAR OF ORE IS SHIPPED VALUE $1,000,000 Richest Train Load of Ore Ever Sent Out of Any Mining Camp. xne ricnest snipment of ore ever sent JUt from a mining camp left Goldtield last week for San Francisco. says the Goldfield Chronicle. It com prises fifty tons of "jewel rock" from the Hayes & Monnette lease on the Mohawk, valued at $1,000,000, and goes by Wells-Fargo Express, with . six armed guards, in charge of Mes senger E. W. Haffey, C. H. Hayes of the leasing firm accompanied it, and the Mohawk Mining- company sent two experts, E. M. Walker and George B. Church, who watched pro ceedinjrs from the time the ore left Goldfield until the sampling was com pleted to their satisfaction, and the check of the Selby smelter, to which it was consigned', was accepted by the lessees. This lot of ore is the product, in three months, of the "fat streaks" i i the Hayes-Monnette lease on the Mohawk. Besides this princely for tune, they have taken out three and one-half millions since the ore was first encountered on the 16th day of .April, 1906. The express rate on ore from Gold field to San Francisco is $8 per hun dred weight, a total of $8,000 for the ih'pment of fifteen tons. The ex press company takes all chances against robbery or accident, and is accountable for eyery sack which was delivered to its agents. Armed men rode on every wagon from the vaults to the depot, and armed guards watched the treasure through out the night. In the lot were twenty sacks which came from the "jewel box" stope be low the 220 level, which produced ore worth SoO.OOO a ton. These twenty sacks, containing- 125 pounds each, were valued at $60,000. They were nnea witn tne richest gold ore ever shipped from a mine. In the Sub-State Bank and Trust company is another similar lot of this same high grade rock, piled upou the Boor and on the top of the bank vault. There are not so many pounds of it, quite, but it is equally as rich as the ore which has just been load ed, and there is fully thirty tons there, belonging to the Frances-Mo hawk Mining- and Leasing company. The big leases on the Mohawk all expired on the 7th day of this month. The first ore struck was dug- up on the ÍI5th day of April. Since then the aggregate out-put from the three acres or less of ground, which was worked by the lessees has amounted to close $8,000,000. On the Mohawk No. 1 claim nineteen leases are in operation which have yet several months to run. The company has its own shaft down 400 feet on the Mo hawk No. 2 and is connected with the Hayes-Monnette, Frances-Mohawk and other leases. The Price of Peace. The terrible itching and smarting incident to certain skin diseases, is almost instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Salve. Price, 15 Cents, Fpr Sale by all Druggists, Arizona Copper Production. Had it not been for the fuel trou bles and the scarcity of labor in the Bisbee camp, the copper production there would have been increased at least 5,000,000 pounds, while floods re stricted the production in the Clifton camp by about 3,000,000 pounds. It. is these "ifs'K throughout the country that has made the produc tion so of short of trade re quirements and has resulted in 25 cent copper. The productive capacity of the Arizona copper companies will be materially enlarged the coming year and there is g-ood propects ot an in crease the coming year as great as last. The Copper Queen company is preparing- for more and larger fur naces. Its No. 10 is just being com Dieted, while it is planned to install another furnace with a capacity eaual to three of the present fur naces, work upon which will be un dertaken in the spring. The Calumet & Arizona manage meat also plans-for a material en largement which calls for the ex penditure of $500,000, largely to pro vide smelting capacity for the Su perior & Pittsburg ores. An increased product from the Bisbee camp the coming year of 20,- 000,000 pounds is not Improbable. At Globe, the Old Dominion com pany will have this year a fifth blast furnace and a reverberatory furnace which should increase its production at least 1,000,000 pounds per month and the Arizona Commercial com pany expects to ship to various Ari zona smelters sufficient ore to return 5,000,000 pounds of copper, which is all new production. In the Clifton camp, Arizona Cop per company has .built a new concen trator and the magnificent estimates an output of 17,000 tons, or 34,000,000 pounds, in 1907, while the Shannon Copper company is adding a third furnace and increased concentrator capacity to enable it to output 20, 000,000 pounds of copper in 1907. The United Verde cannot do much in the line of increased production although the management is expending vast sums of money in building tunnels to open its mine at greater depth with a view to increased production. . An estimated miscellaneous copper production of 10,000,000 pounds is un der rather than over, for there are numerous snlall smelters throughout the territory of 250 tons capacity each. It is noteworthy that during the past year, notwithstanding the stimulus of high-priced copper, no new properties .of any .particular prominence have been opened in Arizona, . .except it be the . Black Hawk mine of the Arizona Commer cial company. A number of new companies have been organized for operations in the Globe district but they will not be producers this year. The only prospective new copper production in 1907 other than through the expansion of the old companies will come from the Denn-Arizona and the Shattuck-Arizona companies, both operating in the Bisbee camp. The management of these companies is considering the action of an inde pendent smelter. Boston Bureau. Maricopa County Election Contest Most Unique Known in Territory. The election contest between Don C. Babbitt, democrat, and R. E. Miner, republican, for the teasurship of Maricopa county is unique. The supervisors g-ave Babbitt the certifi cate of election, but Miner contested and won. A hearing of the contest was granted and resulted in a tie. The court has not yet decided the contest, but the impression prevails that as a tie exists there was no election, and if it is decided that there was no election, the supervis ors' certificate to Babbitt is void and the office will remain in possession of the former treasurer, Carl T. -Hay-den. Hayden was elected sheriff and is now filling that office. There is nothing- in the statutes to prevent a man from holding both of fices, but if the decision is rendered as above, it is expected Hayden will resign and the demacratic supervis ors will appoint Babbitt. JOHN D. MAY PAY MORE FINES. Ohio Grand Jury Returns 939 Indict ments Against the Standard Oil Company. The January panel of the Hancock county Ohio grand jury returned 939 separate indictments against the Standard Oil company of Ohio, the Ohio Oil company, Buckeye Pipe Line company, Solar Refinery com pany, Manhattan Oil company, John D. Rockefeller, H. H. Rogers, Westley Tilford, John D. Archbold, Frank Q. Barstow, William Rocke feller and F. T. Cuthbert. They are formally charged with being members of trust for conspiracy against trade. Sheriff Groves and deputies will begin at once to serve copies of inict ments on defendants. If Hancock county wins in each case fines aggregating- $58,000,000 can be assessed. When the report of the grand jury was filed, Prosecutor Davis, on his own motion, nolled the indictments returned last September against John D. Rockefeller, M. G. Vilas, J. M. Robertson and H. P. Mcintosh. The last three named are officers of the Standard Oil company of Ohio. How to Cure Chilblains. "To enjoy freedom from chilblains," writes John Kimp, East Otisfield, Me. "I apply Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Have also used it for salt rheum with excellent results." Guaranteed to cure fever sores, indolent ulcers, piles, burns, wounds frost bites and skin diseases 25c at U drugjrests, . MINING RIGHTS ARE DEFINED Company Cannot Follow Vein Other Property. Onto In an opinion by Justice Brewer, the supreme court of the United States decidedly the sharply- con tested mining case between the Montana company and the St. Louis company, arising out of a dispute over a 30-foot strip of rich mineral ground connected with the Drum Lummon gold and silver mines in Lewis and Clark county, near Helena, Montana. The decision was in favor of the Montana company. One .cause ot the controversy was the much disputed question of the right to follow a vein when it leads to other grounds than that on which its apex is located, but Justice Brew er found other reasons for. his de cision. In this case the apex is on ground owned by the St. Louis company, but as it descends it crosses the vertical side lines of the Montana company The St. Louis company, claiming the ri,ht to follow the vein even uncer the face ot property owned by its rival, brought the suit, alleging tres pass, and asking for damages for mineral said to have been removed by the Montana company. SILVER. Daniel Guggenheim Says 1907 Demand May Exceed Supply. Guggenheim says: "The of silver in the world is Daniel position unique. As to production it has no increase for the past 10 During this 10-year period shown vears. the price has been as low as 46 cents, while at the end of 1906 it was 70 cents per ounce. "As a matter of fact, silver is produced largely as a byproduct, in connection with the production of copper and- lead. Its production, therefore, it not based upon its value. Furthermore, and peculiarly, the consumption of silver is also not regulated, except to a very minor extent, by its value. The govern ment coins it at 1.38 per ounce. If silver can be purchased at 69 cents the government issues, it at double its cost. If silver cost $1 per ounce, the coining profit would be reduced from 100 to 38 per cent. "For many years there has been no accumulation of silver. Consump tion has been at least equal to production at all times, and for several years it has been considerably in excess of the amount produced. Apparently the various supplies of silver which have met this increased consumption in the past few years nave Deen nearly exnausted, ana unless some new sources of supply are discovered, the demand in 1907 is likely far to exceed the supply." Carrie Nation certainly smashed a hole in the bar rooms of Kansas, but Ballard's Horehound Syrup has smashed all records as a cure for coughs, Bronchi tis, innuenza ana ail f uimonary dis eases. T- C. H , Horton, Kansas writes: "I have never found a medi cine that would cure a cough so- quickly as Ballard's Horehound Sy rup. I have used it for years! ' Sold by Arizona Copper Go's. Drug- Store. President N. L. Amster, of the Arizona Commercial, says that he is assured that the company's railroad, connecting these mines with the Gila Valley and the Old Dominion railroads, will be completed this month. The completion of this road will permit of the immediate ship ment of from 100 to 200 tons of ore per day. Bad Stomach Trouble Cured. Having been sick for the past two years with a bad stomach trouble, a friend gave me a dose of Chamber lain's .Stomach and Liver Tablets. They did me so much good that I bought a bottle of them and have used twelve bottles in all. Today I am well of a bad stomach - trouble. Mrs John Lowe Cooper, Maine. These tablets are for sale by all Druggists. DIAL & ARHELGER. Wholesale and Retail Hay, Grain and Wood Yard on Hill's Flat. All orders will receive prompt attention and free delivery. Phone No. 571. Garcia & flejia SUCCESSOR TO HAUGiS & KEKD New and 2nd-Iiand Goods OF ALL Chase KINDS The Bank Saloon C. SMITH, Prop. Choice Wines, Liquors Cigars Courteous Treatment and Everything good to drink. Next Door to the Hub, CHASE CREEK IP Ancient Mining. Copper was mined on Isle Royale, in Lake Superior, many years before Columbus was born. Prehistoric races used the metal for their imple ments and ornaments. The copper occurred in native or volcanic rocks and the primitive miners dug it out with no better tools than stone sledges. Much prospecting was done, judging by the numerous holes and pits. No less than 50,000 of the crude tools used in the early days have al ready been recovered. Great masses of native copper have been unearth ed; many of these had been worked for fragments of the metal, as cut ting with the crude implements was almost impossible. A mass weighing 12,000 pounds was carried away in a vessel by the primitive miners. In later years mass copper, like that from Isle Royale, was eagerly sought, but no copper of importance was found. Many articles made from Isle Royale copper are still being found in mounds and graves through out the country, even as far away as Central America. Greene's Application Court Overthrows, An application to set aside an or der for the examination of Colonel W. C. Greene and other officers of the Greene Consolidated Copper com pany and Cananea Consolidated Cop per company, in both of which com panies Colonel Greene holds a con trolling interest, was denied by Su preme Court Justice Orogoman in New York City. Louis Steckler, ap pointed referee, will conduct the ex amination ordered by the court. Why Suffer from Rheumatism? Do you know that rheumatic pains can be relieved? If you doubt this just try one'aoplication of Chamber lain's Pain Balm. It will make rest and sleep possible, and that certainly means a great deal to any one af flicted with rheumatism. For sale by all Druggists. Coronado Railroad. Passenger Service. In effect Jnn. 10, 1905. Train No. 1 leaves Clifton 7.40 a. m.: Lone fellow 8.10a. in.; arrivesMetcalf 8.25 a. m. No.'i leaves Clifton 3 45 p. m.; Longfellow 4.10 p. m. arrive Metealf 4.25 p. m. Train No. 2. leaves Metcnlf 8.50 a. m.: Long fellow 9:10a. m. ; arrivesCliflou 9.30 a m. No.i leaves Metcnlf 4 45 p. m., Longfellow 5.00 p. n arrives Clifton 5.-0 p. in. Geo. Wagstaff, Supt A let. A'TCH. Gen'l Mnuneer. UIIIIWIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIItllllllllllllU I J. E. HOLT 1 NORTH CLIFTON i General Merchandise i I Have Recently Added HARNESS, WAGON MATERIAL Paints, Oils. I Still Headquarters For I Ranch Supplies I J. E. HOLT I 1 NORTH I CLIFTON aiiiiimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiir; The L. W. BLINN LUMBER COMPANY Wholesale and Retail Lamber, Shingles Shakes, Sash. Doors. Mill Work. Railroat Ties. Telecraph Poles, Tanks and Uenera." Building Material. H. O. SII.UÜR, Agt., CLIFTON AUJi. It 3 ANCFD) Yon neecl no!) If fee fear&xl if you uss BALLARD'S f10RHOUND SYRUP for that cough. There are many consumptives who now would be well if they had K cared for their health. rlf U 1 a r fit uüiiaru s norenouna synip Cures Courts, Colds Tronchi tis, Sore'Throat, Whooping Cough and Lung Trov&lcs. SAVED SICK SPELLS. Mrs. Emma Johns, Xas Ve gas, N. Méx. v.-rites: "I re commend Horehound Syrup to all I know troubled 'with coughs, cokls, etc., I have is boon saved numerous sick spells, by using this remark able preparation." PRICE 25c, 50c, $1.00 Ballard Snow Liniment Co. ST. LOUIS, MO., II Sold aud Recommended by A. C. Drug Dept, Know all Men by These Presents That at n regular mcctlne of the stockholders of the Italian Colony, a corporation, held at the otllce of said corporation at Clifton. Arizona on the 12th day of November. Í906, the follow ing amendment was aoopcea Dy an anirmauve vote of a majority of the stock of said cor poration. Kesoiven, mat Amine in oi uie Arum's ui Incorporation of the Italian Colony be amended to read as follows: The amount of the capital stock of this cor poration shall be fifty thousand dollars ($"0,000. 00), divided into five hundred (500) shares of the par vaine or one nunarea uoiiars t?iuu.wj per share, to be paid at such time and in such manner as the Board of Directors shall direct and for such nnrnoses as to said Board shall appear oesi, ana sfcia siock may ue swiu iur monev or exchanged for services to the cor poration or for properly acquired by the cor- portion ana wnen issucu snail ne iuii paiu uuu uou-assessauie. In- witness whereof, the President and Sec retary of said corporation have hereunto ct their'hands aud seals this 28th day of Novera- ber,l!K)6. Attest: UATT1, IWH1J J. R. Hampton, President. Secretary. Arizona & N. M. Railway Company Lordshrg & Hachita Railway Cc. Time Table No. 27. Effective Dec. 17, 1905, Mountian Tirot Train No. 1. g Train No. South Bound Stations North Bonn? Daily . Daily T,v. 7:40a.m Clifton.... 0 Ar.5:50p.i " 8:03 " South Siding 7 " 5:28 ' " 8:17 " Guthrie 12 " 5:14 " 8:27 " . .eCoroundo . . 13 " 5:04 " 8:38 " .Bric-k Yard. 17 " 4:53 8:55 " ...Sheldon... 24 " 4:36 " 9:14 " ....Dnncau 33 " 4:12 " 9:31 " ..Thomson .. 40 " 3:56 " 9:55 " ...eSummit... 61 " 3 36 - 10:11 " Veiteh.... 60 " 3:20 " 10:30 " .. Loidsbnrg.. 70 " 8:00 " 11:11 " 'Robert 81 " 2:20 ' 11:38 " ..Brockroan.. 92 " 2:02 " 11:45 ' Baker.... 102 " 1:45 ' Ar.iaoo " ....Haehit.... 108 Lv.l:30p.r Trains stop on signal. George A. Wagstalp, At.hx. Vbitch, Snperintenrten' IRA JOHNSON North Clifton Keep the Coolest Beer Free Lunch NIGHT OR DAY A Quiet, Orderly Place CIV? HM A CALL. DO YOU NEED CARPENTERS? I have a force of Carpen ters ready to work. Will dispatch business as rapidly as possible. CW Jill I Call on Me at U MilLíL Clifton Hotel REAL ESTATE AGENT LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE A SPECIALTY Collections and Rents will Receive Prompt Attention. Property ñ Bargains on Property Office in Hampton GOLD AVENUE, Jiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiii-: iiiiiiiiiiiiiiuii: iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiniiiiiiL fTlie Coronado Stage Line j Geo. B. Gamble, Prop. M. L. Perry, Mgr. I SOLOMOWVILLE. ARIZ. Daily between Solomonville í :.u x ' i. f i necuim wim trains at ijurunauo aiiu ooiomonviiie. Round Trip, S7.50 Passengers Carried to and from Solomonville Railroad Station without extra Charge. I IT IS THE DIRECT WAYj Siiiii.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii (iiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Clifton Meat and ai . Prices to mset all Competition. Opp. A. C. Drug Store CLIFTOH TRANSFER LIVERY Feed and Transfer Everything New and Uo-to-Dnte Fine Teams, Gentle Saddle Horses, CLIFTON Recently Refurnished and Refitted Throughout HEADQUARTERS FOR TRAVELING MEN. Forfeiture Notice. Clifton, Ariz., October 29, 1906. To W. E. Murphey: You are hereby notified that ve, the under signed co-owners with you. have expended during the year 1905, seven hundred dollars in labor and improvements upon the following group of iniuing claims, situate in the Green lee Gold Mountain mining district, couuty of Graham, territory of Arizona, to-wit: Last Chance No. 1. Location notice of which is duly recorded in Book 13, Record of Mines, at page 44, Records of Urabam County. Arizona Territory. Last Chance No. 2. Location notice of which is duly recorded in Book 13, Record of Mines, at page 45, Records of Graham Couuty, Arizona Territory-. Last Chance No. 3. Location notice of which is duly recorded in Book 13, Record of Mines, at page 46, Records of Grauaui County, Arizona Territorv. Last Chance No, 4. Location notice of which is duly recorded in Book 13, Record of Mines, at pate 47, Records of Graham County, Arizona Territory. Last Chance No. 5. Location notice of which is duly recorded in Book 13, Record of Mines, at page 49, Records of Graham County, Arizona Territory. Last Chance No. 6. Location notice of which is duly recorded iu Book 13, Record of Mines, at page 50, Records of Graham County, Arizona Territory. Last Chance No. 7. Location notice of which is duly recorded in Book 14, Record of Mines, at page 97, Records of Graham County, Arizoua Territory. That we have expended the snm of four hun dred dollars upon Last Chance No. 5 in labor, improvements and development of Last Chance No. 5, Last Chance No. 3, Last Chance No. 2, Last Chance No. 1 said claims being contigu ous. That we expend the sum of two hundred dol lars UDOn Last Chance No. 4 in labor, improve ments and development of Last Chance No. 4 aim Last i nanee no. 7, saiu claims being con ticuous. That we expend the snm of one hundred dol lars upon Last Chance No 6 in 'abor. Improve ments aud development of said Last Chance xno.k. That said labor, improvement and develop ment was done in order to hold said claims un der the provisions of Sec. 2324 of the revised statutes ot tne tjunea states, ana me amena ment thereto approved January 22, 1880, con cerning annual labor upon mining claims, be- ine the amount reouircd to hold said lode mln ing claims for the period ending December 31st 1905. And if within ninty days from ai,d after the personal service of this notice or within ninety days after the publication thereof, you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of such ex penditure as co-owner, which amounts to three hundred and nrty dollars, your interest in saia claims will become the property of the sub scribers hereto, your co-owners, who have made the required expenditure, by the terms ot tins section. EARNEST E. FRYE. HAL DORSEY Dr. H. A. SCHELL EYE SPECIALIST Next Visit Cliftonand Morenci in May and June 46 North Stone Avel,ue Tucson, Ariz, v4 60 YEARS' x EXPERIENCE Trade Marks Designs Copyrights Ac. Anyone sending n sketch find description may quickly ascertain our opinion iree wneiner an invention is probnbly patentable. Communica tions strictly contHlentlul. HANDBOOK on Patent nnr frna Dlrinnt atrfrtrv for HecurlnflT Detents. Patenta taken tbroufrh Munn A Co. recelre tpecUti notice, without charge, in tne Scientific Jfmcricatn A handsomely lllnstrated weekly. T-s wrest d nnUlinn rf nnv ROionMiln lotimal- TeflTlS. S3 vonr fnnr Dimitha. 1L. Sold brail newsdealers. MUNN & Co.36IB, New York In Flooded District. - Webster Block CLIFTON, ARIZONA, ty and Clifton, making' close con- n j f - l ni . One Way S4.00 Cold Storage Co. CLIFTON MARKET Choice Range and Refrigerator Meats, Sausage, Poultry, Fish, Lobsters and Crabs. Phone 61 1 Always at Your Service Good Service and Prompt delivery. HOTEL 1 1 Ml OPPOSITE BRIDGE PROFESSIONAL CARDS. pKANK B. XiAIXÜ., ATTORNEY AT LAW, Clifton. Aeizona. A. B. Fall. J. R. Hampton, Clifton, Aril. El Paso, Texas. pAJ.L, fc HAMPTOV, ' ATTORNEYS AT LAW MlnlDg, Laud aud Timber Cases a Specially Webster-Hampton Block, Cliftok, Arizona J J. EGAS, ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in the Casa Grande, on Frisco Embank. meni CLIFTON, - ARIZONA QUAS. JL. EAWUNS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ' Practice in all Territorial and Federa i Courts. SOLOMONVILLE. ARIZONA LAND SCRIP FOR SALE YyiLEY E. JOXES, - ATTORNEY AT LAW, Practice in all Federal and Territorial Courts. SAFFORD, ARIZONA JAMES S. FIELDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW . Will pracl ce in Western Texas, New Mexico and Arizona DEMING. NEW MEXICO. A, tí. Me A LISTER, ATTORNEY AT LAW Assistant District Attorney. Office opposite A. o. Co. Store, Clifton, Abis. JAMAIt COBb, CIVIL ENGINEER. U. 8. Deputy Mineral Burroyor. CLIFTON, - - ARIZONA JACOB KINO MINING ENGINEER, CLIFTON, . . ARIZONA jyi. T. A. BAI.MER. DENTIST Office in Webster-Hampton Block, Uas Administered CLIFTON ARIZONA JJDWARD GOMEZ INTERPRETER AND TRANSLATOR IT tip trl at 4 nattlih SOCIETIES Masonic Calendar. for the Month Coronado Lodge No. 8 P. & A. M. January 26th,. regular meeting. Clifton Lortgre No. 17, Knights of Pythlaa Meets every Friday night in Masonic Hall. Visitlne Brothers will reí ceive a fraternal welcome. J. L. JACOBSON, C. C. O. HALVERSON. K. of R.AS. Crescent Temple No. 10 RATHBONE SISTERS Meets tbe first and third Thursday evenings and the second and fourth Thursday afternoons. Visiting sisters coraiany inviten. PEARL KILL M. E. C. MART B. Cox. M. of R. &C. Copper City Lodge No. IS Meets Everv Monday Nfpht. Visiting Brothers Cordially Invited. JOHN WEBSTER, N. G. 3. A, MacLEAY, Secretary. I. O. R. M. Hiawatha Tribe No. 16, Im proved Order of Red Men. Meets every Wednesday Night at Masonic Lodee Rooms. Visiting Chiefs are invited to meet with us. L. A. CANNEYT, HAL YOUNG. Sachem. Chief of Records. Century Chapter O. E. S. No. 10. Meets the second and fourth Thursday evening of each month, except July and Au- uKt. Visiting members cor ially invited. NETTIE FRASER, W. M. J. 8. CROMB. Sec'y. Evening Star Rebekah Lodge No. 15. Meets first and third Taesdar eveuiupsoi eacn montfi. vjsii ing members cordially invited. MAGGIE BILMNGSLEY. GRACE PEAKCE, Nobl Grand. Secretary. N.A.S. E. Arizona Pío. 2 Regular Meetings Every Thursday Night, at 8 o'clock, Backsttin Hall. ROY L KOHN, W. E. TODD, President. Secretary. FASHION BARBER SHOP F. H. SPRINGER, Prop'r Four Doors South of Clifton Hote Hot CoIl B&tbs null it ii T.ailfp. anil Cnilrlren's ha ir a rTlallv CLIFTON BAKERY A. F. WILLIAMS & CO., Propr's FRESH Bread, Cakes and Fancy Delicacies A COMPLETE LINE OF FANCY and STAPLE GROCERIES and IMPORTED CANDIES Fresh Country Produce bough and Sold. far j?oA