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::> Thing to consider in depositing money in a bank is SECURITY. The Capital and Surplus'are the De- (yy posi tor’s protection fund. The NATIONAL ® ... Government superintends and examines this bank. Our stockholders and directors are responsible, well-to-do business men. This BANK W ' Has been established over three years during which time it has served the banking public faithfully and built up a large and prosperous business. The best service possible is none too good for our customers * or the people of LORBSBURG, NEW (jjy We Carry in Stock A Complete Line of Building jk Material Including: guilders Hardware, Paints Oils, Roofings, Both Iron And Paper, Cement, Blacksmith and Stove Coal, WE HAVE JUST ADDED A CAR OF 2xl2s AND CORRUGATED IRON ROOFING TO OUR STOCK Call and get our Prices Direct. SEND US YOUR MAIL ORDERS, DUNCAN LUMBER CO. Buy an Acetylene Gas Light It will save your eyes. It will save worlds of trouble. [ I handle the best. Positively Guaranteed. Lather Green, Thatcher, Ariz. I City Meat Market Willis & Martin, Prop’s. | >' Try Our Young Fat Range Gold Nugget Butter, Hams Willis & mautin, props. Breakfast Bacon, Salt Pork . • .And Fresh Fruits. • . E. W. TAYLOR HAS OUR R\M ILYSH OES HA - - •° " ' - - , ■^■■—— „■-. „.., ■■ • •. . . ~ .-iYj POPULAR ELECTRICITY i^StfiS «■ BKjr ?., ■A £B|||#S £F' YOUR BOY'S FUTURE. ItVMt On# Dollar In it NOW. tItfOOO.OO per year salaries are common in the electrical field. Make a future Edison of him by giving him “Popular Electricity" in plain FnelUh a non. tztXtiT3it 2 ‘wK°A,s?& i pcf cm ““ “•“• * *«&»«. I dry battery. Absolutely safe for any child to experiment with. Full instructions with each engine. I boy's interest in Electricity as it offers the greatest opportunities for I “POPULAR ELECTRICITY** willeive him the proper ambition and start. •" It is interesting instructive to old and young. YOU should know more about electricity yourself. V For 4he boys who cannot afford to pay $ 1 .00 we have provided away by which thev can both “popular Electricity" and the Electric Engine without any money. Send us your Bum and addVefc on a postal and we will tell you about it. y r For sale on all news stands. Ten cents per copy. , Bpipslar PlbUshing Co., Monadnock Block, Chicago, IB Who Says YOU Can’t Earn I More? I j You can earn more than you are earn ing now —much more —and still more as the years go by. Legitimate salaries to specially trained men run into large figures, and there will never be a time when you cannot earn moite if you make yourselj worth more. YOU can get this special training quickly and easily, in your spare time, without leaving home or paying more than your present earnings will afford. The coupon below is an invitation fiom the INTERNATIONAL CORRESPOND ENCE SCHOOLS for you to ask how you can qualify yourself for an increase in pay within a comparatively short time. Any obstacle that may seem to hold you back can be overcome, and away will be found tc help you, no matter what your circumstances or condition in life. To mark and mail tne coupon takes but a moment’s time and costs but two cents postage. Make a start for a better posi tion by mailing it NOW. ♦ International Correspondence Schools ♦ ♦ Cox i/99. SCRANTON. PA. * . Please explain, without *ur<her obligation on my. *part, how I can qualify for a larger salary in the ♦ position before which I have marked X. ♦ ♦ , Bookkeeper Elec. Lighting Snpt. , ’ Stenographer Mechanical Engineer 4 9 Ailvertiaraent Writer Suriejror * (Show-Card Writer St.itlonnr, Engineer * ♦ Window Trimmer CM I Engineer ♦ 4 Illustrator Building Contractor e , Civil Service Architectural Draft.- , Chemist mail . * Textile Mill Supt. Architect ♦ Electrician Bridge Engineer • Electrical Engineer Strueturnl Engineer ♦ , Foreman Plumber Structural DrafUmuu ♦ I Mechanical Draftsman Mining Engineer 4 »l- 1 ' "♦ » ♦ , Name —4 4 Street and Nu.. 4 *Clty State 4 Miss Ethel Fraser came in last week from Twin Peaks for a visit with her sister, Mrs. A. N. Newhouse. She returned to the Peaks on Thursday. Wiley Fleming of Maxbass, N. D., who came here last November with a party of northern boys, and worked for the Twin Peaks Company long enough to deter mine that the mine was genuine with unlimited rich ore in sight, is expected back from Maxbass in the near future bringing his family with him Mr. Fleming made many friends here who will gladly welcome him and his fami ly to our section of the great south west. Roadmaster, William Blair, spent some time in Duncan last week looking over the A. & N. M. here and near here. Black Cat Hosiery For Sale By, E. W. TAYLOR PF BLACK CAT BRAND CHICAGO-KENOSHA HOSIERY COMPANY Kenosha, Wis. There is a wide difference between having a note in the bank nd having a banknote in the pocket, and th rein lies th ;> differ ence hetwjen complacercy and! d scon tent. NOTICE OF STOCKHOLD ERS MEETING Notice is here given that the j Annual Stockholders’ Meeting of ! the Gila Ranch Company will be | held at the said companys’ office at-Duncan, Arizona on the 10th, j day of April, 1911, at 3 o’clock 1 p. m. for the purp ise of electing j a board of directors for the en- i suing year and to transact such other business as may properly come before the meeting. Signed The Gila Ranch Company By J. M. Parker, Secretary. Duncan Church Directory First Presbyterian. Curch services will be held every Sun day at 11 a. m., and 8:00 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a. m. W. C. Cheatham superintendent. Song services every Wednesday night. Come make your Church home with us. J. Craig Watt. Pastor. Methodist Episcopal, South— Preaching Ist and 3rd Sundays at 11 a. m. 7:30 p. m. Sunday school (M. A. Hoffpauir, superin tendent) at 10 a. m. Epworth League 4p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 p. m. Rev. J. L. Young. FEB. II *oa. • DEC. 1 *OB Simple, durable, automatic. It threads any needle itself even In the dark. Most valuable of all attachments. No twisting, biting or cutting thread. Boye’s Needle Case We carry the famous “Boye Needle Case” and have sewing machine needles for ANY ma chine made. Also, Shuttles, Bands & etc. E. W. Taylor, Sole Agent. CHICKENS Utility Barred Plymoth Rocks Bred for vigor, size and egg production. Eggs $2.00 per setting of 15. Satisfactory hatches guaranteed. Across the river from Duncan, near Carlisle road. Mrs. J. A. Hunter. CHICKENS For Sale The Dr. Moore famous Strain of ‘‘Rhode Island Reds.” Eggs $2.00 per setting of 15. Bourbon Red Turkeys. Call or write, Mrs. V. E. Burtcher. Duncan, Arizona. SCHOOL AT HOME Let the Carver School teach you by mail, the art of Photo graphy. If you are seeking a profession that is not overcrowded and one that is remunerative, respectable and pleasant you are advised to take up photography —Let the Carver School teach you. If you are a professional and wish to produed work that will be a pleasure to your customers and a credit to you —Let the Carver School teach you. The Carver School of Practical Photography offers twenty com plete, practical and inexpensive courses covering all branches of photographic work. Write now for full information, it is free and places you under no obligations. Address The Carver School of Practical Photography Lock Box 504 Waterloo, lowa Blacksmithing... Repair Work All Work Guaranteed PRICES REASONABLE H.T. BOGGS, Duncan, Arizona Gardner Hotel Under New Management Renovated and put in First-Class Shape- TABLE REPLENISHED With the Best the Market Afforas HOME COOKING Sample Room for Commer- j cial Men NRS. J. T. TONG, Prop’ss Duncan. Arizona. | FARM FOR SALE 40 acres, 4 miles from town the j best of bottom land, good house and other improvement. For quick sale will be offered at a bargain. Terms reasonable'! Apply at this office. Caterpillar season is now on. Worms, worms everywhere! John Bun ton orders his paper changed from Randsburg, Calif, to Selma. A freckled person always wears specks. Did you notice that? Money to Loan at sinterest and 10& years time. Easy monthly, sem-annal or year ly peyments —Standard Home Company. Address F. M. Brown Box 255, Deming N. Mex. For Sale.— Seed Barley, $1.35 per 100 lbs B. A. Wilson, Duncan. Much of what we call love at first sight fails When it comes to the second, sober view. Lost:- A bridle; finder return to S. A. Foster and receive re ward. A word to the wise is sufficient; but a whole volume wouldn't con vince the otherwise. We have just received new garden and flower seeds from Michigan and California. I. F. and M. E. Campbells. The harem skirt has not so far been introduced in Duncan. As shown in the late style book the skirt is divided although the pu blic opinion is not. County school superintendent, J. W. Aker, stopped off in Dun can last week on his return from Phoenix. FOR SALE ~ Old papers, 25c per bundle; at tnis office. Good, to go under carpets, in cup boards. kindle fires & etc. FOR SALE— Babbit Metal at this office. This office has just received a new assortment of job type, specially for letterheads, envelo pes and etc. Come in and have your stationery printed,-print ed letterheads always show good taste and refinement,— printed stationery is to your correspondence just what a neat fitting, nice looking suit of clothes is to your personal appearance. Joe Writer of El Paso came in last Wednesday afternoon; Mr. Writer is a mining man and at present located with one of the Lordsburg companies. Miss Bertha Pulford, who is teaching the Day school across the river, was granted a first grade territorial certificate by the Board of Examiners at Phoe nix last week upon a California State Normal Diploma. And, Mrs. Matthews, who formerly taught in Duncan, was granted a first grade upon ex amination from Santa Cru z County. Forty-eight took the examination and twenty-five passd. ' George C. Evans, a well-to-do resident of Graham county, is in Phoenix. He said today: "Wehave prohibition in Graham comity. Graham county is the third ktfs§st in Arizona, having a popuj&tiefn of nearly 24,000. When I left home the jail was empty. It did not have a single occupant. This would not be the situation if we did not have prohibition."— Gazette. ■* Miss Maggie Neal of Lordsburg was here last week canvassising the town for the El Paso Times, Miss Neal is in another contest and so far is in the lead; it will be remembered that last year she won a prize offered by the Times, this year she is after the capital prize which is a free trip to California. Culver Cartchner, one of the leading farmers of the Franklin, country, was in town last Thurs day on business. 3. H. Spoon, who has been < suffering with a broken leg for some years, left Thursday for El Paso, where he will take treat ment again. Jim Hill accompani ed hirh. The all-round man may also be square. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. F. B. Laine ATTORNEY-AT-LA W CLIFTON, - - - ARIZONA. E. V. IIORTON ATTORNEY -AT-LAW DUCAN - - ARIZONA. L. F. VAUGHN Attorney-At-Law DUNCAN. * ARIZONA T. A. MOORE, M. D., Ch. M. Physician and Surgeon Office at residence near Postoffice Main Street. DUNCAN ARIZONA J.L. T.Wattcrs NOTARY PUBLIC and CONVEYANCER U. S. COURT COMMISSIONER Transacts Land Office Business. Life, and Fire Insurance. Duncan Arizona Risdon’s Studio —FOR— Pine Portraits Kodak finishing, local views, mining photography. Bromide enlargement.? and artistic picture framing. Clifton -* Arizona R. S. Stewart Constable —Dealer in— Real Estate and Live Stock Duncan Arizona Lamar Cobb, C. E. E. T. Morton, E. M. Lamar Cobb Assaying & Engineering Company Successors to the Independent Assay Office U. S. Mineral Surveyors , CLIFTON • ARIZONA § Duncan Lodge No. 27 Knights of Pythias Meets Every Thursday Nigh! Visiting Brothers Cordially I Invited to Attend. W. . F. Willis CC L. F. Vapghn K of R and S J. O. Phillips The Popular TAILOR Chase Creek, opp. Manila Hotel * —AGENT FOR— WILDER BROS.CELEBRATED SHIRTS : COLLARS AND CUFFS Our Suits Made to Order Show the Highest Art Tailoring Repairing Cleaning Clifton. Arizona DUNCAN BARBER SHOP Suits tailor-made, $12.00 and up. HOT & COLD =.:. BATHS Laundry -- - Agency HARRY FIDLER, Prop HARCROW’S Livery Stable GOOD RIOS AND CAREFUL DRIVERS DUNCAN ARIZONA JOHN BROWN —DEALER IN— Fine Wines, Liquors And Brandies. Imported and Domestic Cigars Lordsburg, New Mex.