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E. W. Taylor is buy ing goods in car lots di rect from the factory and can save you money on anything you want. t A Car Load of Furniture and Mattings Studebaker Wagons A Car load of the famous STUDEBAKER wagons, hacks and buggies will arrive within a few days. If you are going to buy a wagon, a hack or a buggy wait and get E. W. Taylor’s price, he can sell you a better article, and for less money than you ever bought in Arizona. The STUDEBAKER is sold the world over, -wherever wagons are used. WIRE! WIRE! WIRE! A car load of wire is due to arrive soon; Barbed wire, baling wire, chicken wire, staples nails &etc. We can save you money on any above articles. ~ , .. .« i •«: " »* • •• A Car Load of Diamond “M” Flour The most popular brand of flour sold in this country GROCERY DEPARTMENT We are receiving fresh goods daily. In this department you can find anything you want Come in and see our fine line of candies, fruits apples, oranges, bananas, lemons and so forth. WHY NOT If you dont trade with us, why not? We will do all in our power to please you. Come and see us. Prompt service and polite attention to all visitors and customers We buv anything you have to sell. YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE E. W. TAYLOR, He Leads Them all, Others Follow Along Behind. Wholesale and Retail from a cambric needle to a pile driver. This Beautiful 31-Piece Dinner Set Given W ith Five Cash Subscriptions, New or Re-newal 0M 4ssk Us' 4m£ mimg Every Housewife Should Take Advantage of This Liberal Offer While the Sets Last. We have been able to make Arrangements for Only one dozen sets of this beautiful China Ware. They are here in this Office and can be seen. Fen. S. Hildreth Land, Mining and Irrigation Law Suite 210 Fleming Building Phoenix, Arizona. Make specialty of all business before the local Land Office, General Land Office and Depart ment of the Interior Contests conducted, Flats made Rights of way, Re payments Townsites and Forest Reserve affairs— If you are thinking- of patenting your mines, let me explain my method much cheaper, and you get the result. Have for sale Government Land scrip that acquires title in one day without residence, cultiva tion or improvements. Eight Years an Official of the Land Department • I Morcnci Southern Ry. Co. TIME TABLE No. 17. Eifeetive April 18.1909, at 12:01 a. m. For the government and information of employees only. ! The Company reserves the right to vary from this . Schedule at pleasure. Mountain Standard Time. 105th Meridian. Southbound § Northbound STATIONS l I j ' No. 1 No. 3 S No. 2|No. 4 ! a. m.p. in. a. m.p. m j 6:00 1:00 Lv Morenci Ar 0 10:05 6:ob 6:20 1:20 Bunkers 2 9:46 5:46 ! 6:56 1:55 Frisco 10 8:55 4:59 1 7:18 2:20 Cunningham 15 8:30 4:'9 j 7:35 2:40 Ar Guthrie Lv 17.87 8:15 4:24 a. m.p. m. a. m.o. ni RULE No. I.—All Southbound trains hav° light of track over northbound, except as per Rule N°. 2. RULE No. 2.—Train No. 2 has right of track over train No. 3 JNO. BURNS, Superintendent. C. E. MILLS, Managing Director. Arizona & N. M. Railway Company Passenger Service V Train No. 1 § Train No. 2 South Bound sc £ Stations North Bound Daily Daily Lv. 7:10 a. m. 0 Clifton Ar.3:58 p. m. 7:60 " 11 Gutlirie “ 3:24 8:35 “ 33 Duncan “ 2:30 “ 9:58 “ 70 Lordsburg “ 1:20 Ar. 11:05 a m 108 Haehita Lv. 1:50 a.m South bound train connects with Southern Pa cific west bound train No. 1. leaving Lordsburg 10.57 a. m.. Mountain Time. South bound train connects with El Paso & j Southwestern east bound train for El Paso, leav j in_g Hacliita at 11.42 a. m., Mountain Time, and | with west bound train for Douglas and Bisbee i leaving Haehita at 11.10 a. m., Mountain Time. A. T. THOMSON, Traffic Manager, ton, Arizona. LOCALS FOR SALE- Babbit Metal at this office. ; If you want to see a “Wonder” i find something that cant be re paired at the Duncan repair shop. Mrs. C. M. Hill left last week for Lordsburg where she will make ner home indefinitely. TUNIS & EVANS LAND SCRIPT We handle all kinds of script, and place the same on land. PRICES EROM $3.00 TO $50.00 PER ACRE Script acquires title at once, no residence required on land. The only way unsuiveyed land can be thken up All Script sold under Guarantee See us at once and get full information TUNIS & EVANS, Duncan and Clifton, Arizona. I Gave Up Hope 8 “I suffered five years, with awful pains, due to woman- H Ily troubles,” writes Mrs. D. McPherson, from Chad- l-| I bourn, N. C. “They grew worse, till 1 would often faint B I I could not walk at all, and I had an awful hurting in my B I side; also a headache and a backache. I gave up and thought I would die, but my husband B I urged me to try Cardui, so, I began, and the first bottle I I helped me. By the time the third bottle was used, I could I|j I do all my work. All the people around here said I would H I die, but Cardui relieved me.” | ■Cardui woman’sTomc I For more than 50 years, Cardui has been relieving I : !| woman’s sufferings, and making weak women strong and g I well. During this time, thousands of women have written, H . I like Mrs. McPherson, to tell of the really surprising results R I they obtained by the use of this purely vegetable, tonic B I remedy for women. Cardui strengthens, builds, restores, and relieves or pre- I f I vents unnecessary pain and suffering from womanly troubles. B If you are a woman, begin taking Cardui, today. ffi Write to: Ladies’ Advisory Dept., Cltauanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooga. Tenn., Bl I for Special instructions, and t>4-pa«e book, “Home Treatment for Women," sent tree. J« If The Coronado Stage Line op erating between Solomonville and Clifton has reduced the fare for passengers from $4 to $3. This will be a change for which the traveling public should be thank ful. Note the change elsewhere in Ad of tnis paper. A Burglar’s Awful Deed may not paralyze a home. But Dr. King’s New Life Pills sre a splendid remedy for women. “They gave me wounderful bene fit in constipation and female trouble,” wrote Mrs. M. C. Dun lap, of Leadill, Tenn. If ailing, try them. 25c at all Druggists. When you get dry go to the Duncan Ice Cream Parlor. J. H. Spoon and J. W. Hill re turnd last Friday from El Paso where Mr. Spoon has been under going medical treatment and Mr. Hill his attendant. Mr. Spoon seems to be much improved and says he feels better but is unable to use his leg on account of the muscles having lost their elasti city. Do Ghosts Haunt Swamps? No, Never. Its foolish to fear a fancied evil, when there ire real and deadly perils to guard against in swamps and marshes, bayous, and lowlands, These are the malaria germs that cause ague, chills and fever, weakness, aches in the bones and muscles and may induce deadly typhoid. But Electric Bitters destroys and casts *out these vicious germs from the blood. “Three bottles drove all the malaria from my system,” wrote Wm. Fretwel, of Lucama. N. C., “and I’ve had fine health ever since.” Use this safe, sure remedy only. 50d at All Druggists. Chas. Allen and W. T. Roberts of Waco, Texas, have been out in this section looking for employ ment; Mr. Allen has been a stud ent at Baylor University but is out here principally for his heal th; the young men stopped at Mr. J. E. Cosper’s several days. Miss Purser landed in Duncan last Thursday afternoon and took her sisters, Misses Bonita and and Mattie, by surprise. She will visit her sisters and her cousin, Mrs. W. F. Willis, and then be accompanied home by her sisters where their vaaction will he spent. Remember the Ice Cream Parlor. J. J. Kelly of the First Nntion al is down from Clifton relieving , cashier Lanneau at the Duncan. Thorough the courtesy of J. E. Cosper, one of the valley’s most substantial citizens. John Ash of Carthage. Texas, will read the Arizonian for the next twelve months. W. E. Cruckson left yesterday morning for Wilcox on business. Cashier Lanneau left this morn ing for El Paso to see the battle field at Juarez; and he hopes to see some fighting. On Monday afternoon Deputy Sheriff, W. F. Willis, was taken suddenly ill; he was removed to the Gardner Hotel and Drs Moore and Briley summoned and all night he was a very sick man. Yesterday he was resting easier and the doctors now believe he is out of danger. Mr. Willis had been up and attending to busi ness all day Monday but. he had been feeling badly. The Arizonian acknowledges receipt of an invitation issued by the Regents of the University of Arizona to attend the inaugurat ion of the new president, Dr. Arthur Herbert Wilde, Wednes day May 17. Mrs. W. F. Willis and her cous ins, the three Misses Purser, went to Clifton Monday afternoon; Mrs. Willis returned Tuesday morning being called home on account of Mr. Willis’ sudden ill ness. Uncle Ed Cosper, one of our valley farmers called at this office Monday morning bringing in a sample of his wheat crop which is on exhibition at this office. From one grain of wheat over forty stalks have grown to maturity with well filled heads many of these stalks have attain ed a height of five and one-half feet. And, yet people who have crossed Arizona on the Southern Pacific and the Santa Fe Railroads do not know that Arizona can sprout wheat. The irrigated valleys and mines are what we boast of, but one dots not see either by passing through Ari zona on either of the above named Transcontinental roads. Saw the Country Last Sunday County Surveyor, Tunis; bankers Pickens & ivelly and merchant Ferber came down from Clifton to spend the day in the valley; Jwere met by Cash ier Lanneau and surveyor Evans and one of Harcrows good driv ing teams was procured and the bankers were taken out to see the valley. It is not exactly known that any of them are from Miss our, or ever saw the “show-me state” but each of the gentlemen are loud in then proclaiming that seeing is believing. The; were - taken up the valley for miles and saw 7 the beautiful and promising crop of waving grain, fields of alfalfa and beautiful farms like they used to see back east; and, they admit that they were agree ably surprised, that they could scarcely believe that there w 7 as so much beautiful farming coun try tributary to Duncan. Their impression had always been that the Duncan valley consisted of just what could be seen from the train in passing through. Such tries result in a mutual good. Come agkin, gentlemen, and bring some of the other boys w ith you. J. H. T. Cosper, chairman of the Board of Supervisors, arriv ed in Clifton early Monday morn ing frem his ranch on Blue Riv er to attend the meeting of the Board. Mr. Cosper is always a welcome visitor in Clifton on any mission and is filling the position of Chairman of the Board credit to himself and those who elected him. Mr. Cosper reports the spring round-up now in pit>- gress in his section w T ith the best crop of calves this spring than for many years past. —Era. Report of Old Maids’ Convention received to late for publication but will appear next week.