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The Copper Era
Era Publish;
Coronado Bauroad.
Passenger Service In effect April 25, 1909.
Train No. 1 leaves Clifton 7.45 a. m.: Long
fellow 8. 15 a. m ; arrivcsMetealf 8.3d a m. No.3
leaves Clifton 3 50 p. m.; Longfellow 4.15 p.m.,
arrive Metealf 4.28 p. m.
Train No. 2. leaves Metenlf 8.55a m.: Long
fellow 9:13 a. m. ; nrrivesCliflon 9.30 a m. So. 4
leaves Melcalf 4 40 p. in ., Longfellow 4 55 p. m.
arrives Clifton 5. 12 p. m.
Go. Wagstaff, Supt.
Norman Carscichael, Oeo'l Manager.
Sunday Services attheDifferent Churches.
Catholic Church.
(DURING THE WINTER)
St. Michael Church (Shannon Hill)
mass every other Sunday at 8:25 a. m.
Sacred Heart Church (Chase creek)
mass every Sunday at 9:45 a. m.;
evening- service 7:00. Rev. Joseph
Carnet, priest.
Presbyterian Church.
Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.: morn
ing service 11 a. m.; Christian En
deavor 7 p. m.; evening services 7:30.
Everybody cordially invited. Curry
H. Love, pastor.
Methodist Church.
Preaching each Sunday at II a.m.
and 7:30.; praver meeting, Wednesday
7:30 p.m.; Literary Society, Thurs
day 7:30 p.m.: choir practice at par
sonage, Friday 7:30 p.m. J. W. Aker,
pastor.
Baptist Church.
Sunday School 9:45 a. m.: morning
Bervices 11 a. m.; 13. Y. P. U. :30;
evening services 7:30: mid-week
services, Wednesday 7:30 p. m. C. S.
Winans, pastor.
Special Assay Office Building.
Work was commenced this week on
a new assay office building, located
below the A. C. general office. It will
be constructed of brick and will be
used as a special laboratory by chief
assaver. F. N. Flynn. It will not be a
large structure, but will accommodate
the purposes for which it is intended
special work. The old assay office
building-, which has recently been
remodeled in every particular, will
remain at its present location. The
most of the new apparatus and sup
plies have arrived and are being in
stalled as rapidly as possible.
Repairs for A. C. General Office.
The general office of the Arizona
Copper company Is being repaired
this week and the office force is work
ing under difficulties. Both stories of
the building will receive a general
overhauling. The old plastering,
which was badly in need of repairs, is
being removed and an entire new
dressing will Le given. A change in
the stairway is also being made and
when completed the building will
be
Clifton Fire Alarm
PHONE
MAIN 791.
MINOR MENTION
people
on the
A large number of Clifton
have been summoned to serve
grand and trial juries.
Harry Shipman has recently located
at Metcalf, where be is employed
with the Shannon Copper conipiny.
Mrs. B. G. Bianes was taken to the
hospital last week to undergo a sur
gical operation. She is getting along
nicely and will be able to go borne
within a very short time.
There will be an ice cream, food
and apron ale at the Methodist
f'hnrrh on Thur-dav. April 14th, at
in lir.-,t-class condition. The new ad
dition to the building is completed
and when the office forces are again
settled they will have much more
room and more convenient quarters.
The couipany will have one of the
best office buildings of any mining
company in Arizona.
Council On Fire Insurance Rates.
One of the matters of local inter
est that will receive the attention of
t he town council is a reduction in the
fire insurance rates of Clifton since
the council has gone to the expense
of installing about forty fire plugs
and purchasing a large amount of
hose and several hose carts. A list
will be made of all plugs, connected
with the Clifton, Shannon and A. C.
water main, showing exact locations
and forwarded to the board of
iré underwriters in support of the
request that will be made for a re
duction in rates. The lire protection
improvements have all been made
and the town now has better tire pro
tection than the majority of Arizona
camps, hence it is thought that when
the board realizes this there will be
no trouble in securing a reduction.
Change in A. & N. M. Railway Time Card
The A. & N. M. railway is publish
ing a new passenger and freight time
card, life.-tive Wednesday, April 6th,
at 12:01 a. m., resulting in the pas
enifer leaving- Clifton twenty minutes
later in the morning and returning
fifteen minutes earlier in the ever-
0:30 p. m., given by the Ladies lióme l inir. The exact time is as lonows.
mission society. A social time for I iaye Clifton 7:10 a. m.; Guthrie 7:ó0;
everybody. ' j Duncan 8:.V: Lordsburg 9:55; arrive
For a fewTays of this week Clifton ÍHachita 11:05. Returning, leav.s
was visited by almost winter weather. , Hachita 12:50 p. m.; Lordsburg 2:15:
nA timers S;.v that they have seen : Duncan 3:22; Guthrie 4:10; arrive
enow in Clifton on April 1st. So if it
don't snow- tomorrow we will apply
the term of April Fool,
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Anderson is sick this week with a
slight attack of scarlet f,ver. Quar
antine has been established and if
the little fellow continues to get
along as well as at present the quar
antine will be raised within a very
short time.
The Dunn & Loomis drug company
on Chase creek is just in receipt of
an
Clifton 4:50.
15v adopting the above time card
the public will not be required to
make such a rush in the morning in
order to catch the train and by ar
riving earlier in the evening it will
hp of much convenience in receiving
the mail in time to be distributed be
fore supper.
flow About Football
A couple of football' players from
Morenci who witnessed the games be
tween Clifton and Bisbee recently
automatic Diamond Liquid car- went home and reported to the Mo
bonator, which will be installed in
the soda water department of the
druT department of the drug store.
The carbonaior
tricity and does
intelligence.
oneratpd by elec-
renci Leader that the Morenci team
could easily defeat either of the
..-, rjptranlin"- opinions froip
is o"'l:V7 .- spectators there are at times many
its wort win difference but this opinion coming
from players will naturally haye
some weight. The Era fears that
the Morenci football boys are a lit
tle "sore in spots" because the Clif
ton team would not dance to their
music, hence their opinion is not con
sidered as amounting to much es
pecially so when Morenci has never
won a "-ame from Clifton except
,t,on i-iiftnn wpnt on the field for.
practice and did not have a full line
up. Those who have watched the
.rames know that Clifton has much
K l,.t nf Mnrpnci in point of
science even though the Morenci
tPüm has considerably the best of it
in weight. In future matches the
Clifton boys should not be so liberal
r, Jr.njtinn ames, but should see
that they have their full line up.
During the past few weeks the
moving- picture service of the Empire
Theater has ln-en far above the aver
ag e that baa ever been seen In Citff
ton and the management of the
theater reports that the people nave
shown their appreciation by filling
the house to its capacity.
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Elliott and
daughter, Miss Ruth, left yesterday
morning for Globe, where they will
sptnl a month visiting relatives,
after which they will go to Califor
nia. They have resided in Clifton
the pist several years and have a
host of friends who regret that they
will not return, but will maketbeir
future borne in California.
On Monday and Tuesday evenings,
April 4th and 5tb, the Salvation Army
will ho'd special meetings at the
Fret-byterian Church. The serviros
will be conducted by Brigadier G.
Wood, of El Paso. He is a Rood
speaker and everybody is extended a
cordial invitation to attend these
meetings. Co ne one. come anu
brin r your friends with you. Envoy
T. H.'Nichois
At the postponed regular meeting
of the council Monday afternoon the
matter of the ordinance requiring
the closing of fruit stands on Sunday
was discussed and it was the opinion
of the members that it was not their
desire to prevent the fruit and pea
nut stands from disposing of th sir
goods on S in lay. Arrangement-
will be m?de in the future allowing
such stands the privilege of keeping
open unless such places sell procerus
aid otner goods in connection with
their fruit and peanut and solt drink
busines.
Miss Jessie Bell Bice and Mr. Join
L Freeman w : re united in marriage
in the Presbyterian Church of Clif
ton last Sunday morning, Rev. Curry
H Love officiating The bride has
resided in Clifton for some time in
the position of head nurse at the A
an) Añrintr her residence
here has contracted alarge circle of
di inn v DrrDoruini
ñ I UIYLL 1 f LROUltnL
fe 1
Clarence Wiggs was a Duncan vis
itor Tuesday. Efe 9
Ed. Wallace, of Morenci, was down
on a visit Tuesday.
E. L. Gay, of Coronado, was a Clif
ton visitor Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Weaver were
down from Metcalf Friday last.
Miss Cosper, accompanied by Jim
Cosper, came up from Duncan on a
visit this week.
Mrs. Charley Kreuder left yester
day morning for Tombstone and other
points on a pleasure trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Grant were down
from Coronado last Sunday and spent
the day with Mr. and Mrs. Wade
Hampton.
Jimmy Welsch, who is employed
with the Shannon Copper company
as timberman, was down irom tne
mines a couple of days this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Rathbun, of Morenci.
and Mr. and Mrs. Von Senden, of
Coronado, spent Sunday last in Clif
ton, the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Johnny Parks.
Mrs. L. Slessinger and children
passed through Clifton this morning
on their return to Metcalf from an
extended visit to California. They
were met at Clifton by Mr. Slessin
per.
J. W. Bennie, general manager of
the Shannon Copper company, re
turned home Tuesday evening from a
business visit to Globe, where he was
looking after the interests of the Ari
zona Commercial copper company.
W. F. Mason, of Marble tJity. Colo
rado, who has been working in this
district on Sardine creek for the past
four months, returned home last Sun
day. Mr. Mason has been a visitor
and investor in this district since the
80's and has explicit faith in this section.
J. B. MuTthv, who ia employed with
the Gila Va'lejr Rank Trust com
pany at Clitiou, iLiurned Sunday
from a short trip to tne oosper rancu
up the Hlue river, james reports
that be had a real good time and
that he is telling the truth when he
avs that it really snowed on mm on
the return trip.
C. V. Childress, a resident of Kos-
well, N. M., spent a couple of days
)f this week in Clitton on a pleasure
visit. Mr. Childress resided in enr-
on about ten years ago, at which
ime he was associated with the con
struction of the Morenci Southern
railroad. He lett yesterday morning
en route to Oregon, where ne intenus
making his future home.
Another Residence for the Flat.
L. W. Turgeon, manager of the
Arizona Lumber company, has let
the contract for the erection of a
handsome new residence on HiK's
new addition, which will be located
on the lot between M. O. Simms'
residence and the Baptist church. It
will be of the California bungalow
design, modern in every respect, to-
pthor with pvprv convenience.
VVork was commenced on the founda
tion this week and the building will
be of frame structue. When com
pleted it will be an ornament to the
residence section of Clifton, and
there will be no oth r dwelling like
it in this section. T u finishing will
ie first-class in ever tespect and the
w oak harn doors and odd windows
will make it most attractive.
II I Hull
Fifty Years
the Standard
DnPRICE'S
CREAM
LaMAB Cokb, C. E.
Baking Powder
Made from Grapes
Makes the food of
superior healthfulness
and finest quality
MORENCI ITEMS.
Volbrecht spent Sunday in
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1 2f SUNSET. 11
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E. T. Morton, E. M.
Lamar Cobb Assaying & Engineering Co.
CONSULTING ENGINEERS
IT
rMPIRE and Control Work. Agent for Ore Shippers. Electro
lytic determination of copper, oampiiug wi luudioiw.,
Examination and Reports on Mines. Examination of Irriga
tion Projects. Vine, Topographic and Plane surveying, maps oi
f'lifton-Morenci Mining Disttict.
S. Mineral Surveyors
ARIZONA.
The SUNSET ROUTE
THE OPEN WINDOW ROUIh
TO THE SOUTH and EAST
Personally Conducted
EXCURSION PARTIES
To Chicago, Cincinnati and
Washington, d. C.
Ten-Day Stopover Allowed at EI Paso on all Tickets
For rates and descriptive literature address
T? S Sti-rhS. A G. P. A. J
friends who wish her much happiness
in her married life. Tne room is a
popular young engineer of Metcalf,
who is associated with the A. C. com
pany. Mr. and Mrs. freeman wm
make their future home iu Metcalf
and will b si 'ieme after the tenth
of iril. The Era joins their many
friends in extending congratulations.
FOR BHNT Nicely furnished room
on East Side Apply to Mm. W. C.
Lile.
R. H. Catlett, one of the cattle
met of the unper Eagle section, spent
a couple of days of this week in Clif
ton on business, and while here can
ed at the Era office. Mr. Catlett re-
norts that the cattlemen oi Ins sec-
r,r fpplinn- nrettv eood these
days as the cattle are fat and feed
is good. He reports that mere is
plenty of fat beef in his country
that cattle buyers can secure if they
will connect with some of the cattle
owners. Judging from reports a good
large shipment could be gathered,
i hough some interests are holding
for prices uniform to the class of
truck thev have. Up to this date no
r.-iii.s have visited the Eagle country,
though within the next few months
that'eclion will witness its regular
wet season.
Notice is hereby given that all
persons are hereby forbidden to ship,
-..ii iK.-ir.-illv handle any cattle in
the following brands: B x Z L x Z
liar L x WIC.
Day & Foster.
The cross shows the separation of
the different brand.
NOTICE.
All persons having claims against
the firm of Antonelle, Cotey & Co.
r.f icnrW done on the
Shannon-Arizona Railway are hereby
notitied that final settlement with
that Company will be made not later
than April 7th, 1910, by the under
signed.
Shannon-Aktzon a Railway Co.
J. L. Pickles,
Superintendent.
Van Dorn Resigns as Cashier.
C. A. Van Dorn, who has been
cashier of the Gila Valley bank at
Clifton the past five years, has tend
ari hU rpsitrnation to take effect on
June 30th. During Mr. Van Dorn's
connection with the Gila Valley bank
he has shown the qualities of a pub
lic spirited citizen and his services
have been most valuable to this bann
ing institution, which has prospered
to the fullest extent possible, and he
leayes the bank against the wishes
of the directors. His personal busi
ness tact has made many friends for
him in Clifton, all of whom will re
gret very much to learn of his resig
nation.
Mr. Van Dorn's resignation is
caused by him accepting a position
cashier of one of the leading
banks in Colorado, his former home,
at which place he is held in the same
hiirh esteem as he is held in Cliftor.
He has always taken an active part
in public matters here and has al
ways been found to be on the right
side when it came to boosting Clifton.
His successor will be J.R.Todd,
well known to tne Clifton people,
when he was connected with the Ari
zona Copper company. Mr. Todd
will arrive here about April loth,
and will remain until he takes
harge, acquainting himself with tne
Harry
Clifton.
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Kane, of Clif
ton, spent .Sunday in camp.
A. L. Work and Jim Wester left
last week for the valley ou business.
D. L. Bouse returned Tuesday from
an extended trip to the coast and El
Paso.
Mr. Horton, one of Clifton-s basket
ball players, spent Monday evening
in camp.
Mrs. D. J. Kellv and Marian Hein
ricks visited Clifton friends one
afternoon this week.
Mrs. A. L Cummings and Misses
Forsythe and Monroe visited friends
in Clifton last Saturday.
Mr. and Mr?. L. W. Price are re
joicing oyer the arrival of a ten
uound boy at their home.
Th trnnn is t'ettinir in a lot of
ood practice these days and should
make a good showing at their annual
inspection.
Mr. and Mrs. .Iim Culp returned
from Yuma Sunday where they at
tended the opening of the Yuma
reservation.
Dr. Deardorf and A. M. Weir re-
i-nrncil Friday from the Sulphur
Springs valley "where they each filed
oa Kin acres ot lanu.
Mr. and Mrs. Turner, who were in
El Paso for three weeks on account
of the illness of -Mrs. lurner, retut n-
ed to camp Sunday.
Wm. Kent, who lett here last win
ter for atrip east, returned r riday
anil uem nerfecllv satisfied to set
tle down again in Morenci.
Bob Jacobs left Wednesday for
Boise Valley, Idaho, where he and
his brother r.ave purchased a farm
and intend planting it in apples.
Mrs. R. E. Moore and son left Sat
urday morning for Globe to join Mr.
Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Moore have
the best wishes of a host of friends.
The school election last Saturday
to fill the vacancy caused by R. E.
Moore moving to Globe, turned out
to be rather an exciting election. A
number of men in camp decided to
run causing more votes iu
than at any previous election, fllr.
Cansler being elected.
Another Trophy For Gun Club.
M. H. Kane, one of the enthusiastic
members of the Clifton Gun club, is
in receipt of a communication from
D. W. King, special representative
of the Ballasite Powder company,
informing him that the Ballasite
company has forwarded to the secre
tary of the club a handsome trophy.
Tlio Irnllho will be hull? UD aS H
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nrize for the member of the Clifton i
gun club making the highest average
in a certain number of shots. The
shootinp- schedule will be arranged
similar to the former trophy shoot 1
of the local club, which will give the
poorer marksmen the same chance to
win as the better ones. The shooter
will handicap himself each time he
shoots. If he shoots a high score one
day his average will be hifh for the
next shoot and if he shoots low at
one shoot his average will be low
next shoot. By this method every
body has an equal chance; the low
average shooters getting a "handicap
of added birds each time. The con
test will prove interesting and the
club members are oiling their
guns and getting ready for business
at once.
W. F. Burns, for a number of years
employed in the mining department
of the A. C. company at Metcalf, has
recently resigned his position, lie
has disposed of some of his property
interests at Metcalf, which led some
of bis friends to believe that he in
tended leaving the country, but he
states that he will continue to reside
at Metcalf -
The most handsome silk under
skirts ever shown in Clifton are now
on sale at the Paris Millinery store
on Chase creek. Mrs. J. Chambers.
Stvbbs, A.
Tucson
H. McClure, Agent
Lordsburg
The Lumber We Carry
is carefully selected and thor
oughly seasoned. That means
no waste in working up, no
shrinking or crackins? after it is
up. You'll appreciate those facts
if you have had any building
experience. If you haven't profit
by the experience of others.
Buy your lumber here.
ARIZONA LUMBER CO., Chase Creek.
A LARGE COLD BOTTLE
The School Elections.
The school elections held in Clif
ton last Saturday were more inter
esting than any previous election
eyer held in Cafton. C. A. Van
Dorn. cashier of the Gila Valley
P.urtch
trustee
v. Liv
EASTER
This Easter we are better prepared than ever
to take care of your wants everything that
is stylish and new can be found at this store,
and the varieties are so large that you are cer
tain to find just what you want at the price
you are willing to pay.
IHe Easter Suit.
Y'ou can still have a made-to-measure suit one that
lits you perfect and made in the very latest styles with
the most predominating patterns if you will place your
order at ouce. We guarantee a fit and satisfaction,
and ran sell you a made-to-measure suit for the price
you pay lor a hand-me-down.
Both for Ladies and Gentlemen
were elected
from Sjuth
from North
Bank, and Dr.
as high school
Clifton and Bs
Clifton. I
For the South Clifton public school
Mrs. O. J. Cotey was elected as trus
tee and for the North Clifton district
Theo. Shirley won out by a strong, - beer will taste line
whether you have the small hot
Store ítenartmen? SHANNON COPPER CO.
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vote. As there were more canaiuatea
nominated In district No. Z, North
Clifton, the vote in that section was
heavier than in any previous elec
tion. All parties elected are well
qualilied for the positions and will
take an active interest in school
matters all for the benefit of the
school children.
business of the bank and making new
friends. When leaving here Mr.
Todd had many friends, which he
will retain. When residing here he
irh those who knew
113 l "
him. While we regret very much
that Mr. Van Dorn will leave us, Mr.
Todd will be able to haudle the busi
ness in the same excellent manner
as it has been managed during the
past live year3.
Furnished rooms for rent. No
children. A only to Mrs. Adam Smith
Newest styles and newest ideas in
ladies Easter hats. Shannon store
department.
Found A gold bracelet. Owner
can secure same by calling on L.. V .
Turgeon and paying for this ad.
Dr. Balmer, dentist, phone No. Sil.
bird to eat with it or not. There
is no other drink so refreshing
after a hard game or a stiff bit
of work. Better have a case in
the house, so you can enjoy a
bottle when you feel like it.
Order if today and put a few
bottles on the ice, so they will
of the sawmill depart- ; J
Arizona Copper com-
P. R. CORKEN
Veterinary Surgeon
Phone No. 1251
Leave calls at Spaw's Barn or A. C. Drug Store.
Ed. Sidebotliam, who came from
El Paso some time ago to do carpen
ter work in this district, ha", recently
taken charge
ment of the
pany. Ed. is an old lime carpenter
and is especially well qualilieu lor
this position. Before going to El
Paso a few years ago he was a resi
dent of Morenci. He is a brothei to
Tom, Jack and Sam Sidebotham of
this place.
Of
Notice
Of
regular
depart-
Pajarnas at one-half the
Drice at the Shannon store
ment.
There are railroad ties and mar
riage ties but no such ties as we ad
vertise for 50 cents. Shannon store
department.
If you desire a loan on your real
estate at a very low rate of interest
and your own time to pay it back in.
write J M. Erickson, Morenci, Ariz.
Stock For Sale.
1000 shares of Amargosa Mining Co.
stock, and 1000 shares of Gold Belt
Dev. & Red. Co. stock. Address Box
51H, Clifton, Arizona.
Aor-iication For Letters
Administration For Posting.
In the Probate Court in and for the
County of Graham, xerniorj oi
Arizona. .
1; .)C Matter of the hítate ot r li
berto Vasquez. Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that Gila
Valley Bank & Trust Company has
filed with the Clerk of this Court a
petition, praying tor betters or aa
ministration of the Estate of Pil
berto Vasquex, deceased, and that
Monday the 1th day of April, 1!U,
at lOOjClocfe a. m. of said day, being
a day of a regular term of this
Court, to-wit of the April term 1910,
at the court room ni sa.ci nwn, i"
Court House at Bolomonville, Terri
tory of Arizona, in the said County
of Graham, has leen set for bearing
said petition, when and where any
person interested may appear and
show cause . why the said petition
should not be granted.
Dated March 14th, 1910.
T. S. Bunch . Clerk.
S. 8c 3.
BOTTLING WORKS
PHONE 7 11.
ASK FOR PREMIUM CHECKS.
A New Line of
Dr. Balmer, dentist, phone No. 611.
FEN S. HILDItETH
LAND, MINING and IRRIGA
TION LAW
Suite 210, Fleming BWg.
PHOENIX . ARIZONA
I make a specialty of all busi
ness before the local Land Office,
General Land Office and Depart
ment of the Interior.
Contests conducted, plats made,
rlg-bts-of-way, repayments town
sites and Forest Reserve affairs.
If vcu are thinking of patent
ing" vour mines, let me explain
my method much cheaper, and
yon got the result.
I have for sale Government
Land Script that acquires title
in one day without residence,
cultivation or improvements.
Eight years an official of the
Land Department.
Long Silk Coats
Ii Black, Taffeta, Pongee
Cloth and Gold
ASK FOR. PREMIUM CHECKS
THE BAZAAR
Department Store
Home of Littie Prices.
Telephone 371. CHASE CREEK.
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