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Pre-INVENTORY CLEAN-UP-SALE OF E. W. TAYLOR’S Commencing, Tuesday, January 23, and Ending Saturday January 27,1912. I We are going to make this sale one of the biggest money-saving sales that has ever been pulled oft' by me or any one 1 , else in Duncan or this Valley. Our trade has intreased by leaps and bounds, last year a gain of 50 per cent I over 1910, and we are going to show our appreciation to our many customers by giving them an opportunity to buy good I staple merchandise at from 1-4 to 1-2 the former price for jn| DAYS ONLY We are going to clean our shelves, so if you want to save money, come early, and act quick, if you don’t I your neighbor will. ;| We need the money and you need the goods. I OUR STOCK IS TOO LARGE AND TOO MANY DIFFERENT LINES TO QUOTE PRICES HERE, SO WE WILL ONLY QUOTE A FEW. I DRY GOODS Reg. Price Sale Price I Best Dress Gingham 12112 &15 9 j All Furniture and Mattresses 1-4 off shoes & hats Sale Price I I Heavy Outing Flaneh 121-2 &15 81-3 All Hardware and Enamelware 20 per cent off We have on sale about 500 pair I Bleach Domestic 12 1-2 9 All P * in cc of Shoes in odd lots at 1-2 price Big line of men’s Shirts 55 & 65 39 vITOCCfICS 10 PCI* CCIlt Oil other shoes 1-4 off Mens Heavy Underwear 60 39 ci c j i j Al , I Boys Underwear, all sizes 25 tXCept FIOUF, Sugar 80(1 Lard. All men s and bovs hats 1-4 off I All Wool and Mohair Dress G00d5.....* 65 & 75 39 Remember everything in both stores will be on sale at a big saving price; we have been giving special sales semi-annually for five years, and every man woman I and child knows when -Taj lor has a special sale, he has the goods as advertised; all goods will be displayed on tables, you will have to come and see for yourself the man things, and big bargains ve have for you. If you miss this you will be sorry when you see what your neighbor g’ot. ■ Remember This Sale Only Lasts F ive Days 1 DON’T FORGET THE DAY AND DATE I TUESDAY, JAN. 23rd, to SATURDAY, JAN. 27,1912. I YOURS FOR BIG BARGAINS, I F W TAYI OP I L. TT. iniLAM\, He Leads Them All. I THE WHITE IS KING The BTST all-round Family Sewing Macii in e that can be produced. Made in both ROTARY and VIBRATOR styles. The. rotary makes both Lock and Chassi stitch. The latest up to the mmute steel attachments with each machine. Sold on easy pay ments. Send name and add ress for our beautiful H. T. catologue free. WHITE SEWING MA CHINE CO. 1460 Market Street San Francisco, California 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, Plats made Rights of way, Re payments and Forest Reserve affairs if you are thinking of patenting your mines, let me explain rny 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 A Good Farm For Sale j t 85 acres, 55 in cultivation, 50 in alfalfa 2 miles south of town Good well water, new four-room adove dwelling, farming machin ery baler, mowing machine 2 farm wagons. 1 spring wagon, tools & etc 4 work horses, 2 milk cows. 10 shares of water stock : for land. This is a bargain that will not I remain on the market long. For l price and terms call or write, j Cumba Brothers, Duncan, Ariz. 4tf Morenci Southern Ry. to. TIME TABLE No. 17. Effective April 18. 1909, a t 12:01 a. m. For the (fovernment anti information of etnployees only. The Company reserves the right to vary from tins Schedule at pleasure. Mountain Standard Time, 105 tn Meridian. Southbound § Northbound ' £'3 - STATIONS * § No. 1 INo. 3 r~ 5 No. 2 No. 4 I a. m. p. m- . a. m.p. m 6:od 1:00 Lv Morenci Ar 0 10:05 0:00 6:20 1:20 Bunkers 3 9:45 5:45 6:55 .1:55 Frisco >lO 8:55 4:59 7:18 2:20 Cunning-ham 15 - 8:3) 4: 9 7;35 2:40 \r Guthrie Lv 17.87 8:15 •!:: 4 u.m. p. in. a. m.D. m RULE No. I. All Southbound trains hav right 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, Malta girg irector. Arizona & N. M. Railway Company Passenger Service TT “ i Train No. 1 g p g Train N-». 2 South Bound 5 North Bound Daily Daily Lv. 7:35 a. M. 0 Clifton Ar.4:03 p. m. ?:15 11 Guthrie “ 3:30 9:00 33 Duncan “ 2:36 10:23 “ 70 Lordsburg “ 1:33 11:30 108 Hachita Lv. 12:10 a.m. South bound train connects with Southern Pa cific west bound train No. 1. leaving Lordsburg 10.57 a. in.. Mountain Time. South bourn: train connects with El Paso & Southwestern east bound train fer El Paso, leav ing Hachita at 11.59 a. m., Mountain Time, and with west bound train for Douglas and Bisbee leaving Hachita at 11.59 a. m„ Mountain Time. A. T. THOMSON. Traffic Manager. Clifton. Arizona. LOCALS J. C Gatti, the Clifton meat dealer, was in Monday. Fresh corn meal at Campbell's. John K. Chilton came up Sat urday from Sheldon. 1 Miss Janie Clouse has accepted a position in E. W. Taylor’s store as saleslady. | FOR SALE —Baby carriage. Care of Arizonian. J. H. Spoon who has been run ning' the pool hall went to Lords | burg yesterday. I Call at E. W. Taylor’s and see that fine Mirror he* is giving away. Read E. W. Taylor’s big sale Ad and take advantage of the bar ; gains. W. W. Holder merchant at Sheldon came up yesterday on business. FOR SALE:— Fresh Jersey cow. Call at this office. Deputy sheriff and Ranger Frank Willis went to the county j seat yesterday on business. | FOR SALE:— Oil Heater, care I of Arizonian. I Supervisor B. F. Billingsley went to Clifton Sunday afternoon to attend a meeting of the Board. FOR SALE: A second-hand i heating stove, cheap. Care Ari ! ZONIAN. W. C. Cheatham and s ns left Monday by wagon for Mari -1 copa county where they will make their future home. We have a nice assortment of men ’s shirts which we offer for a limited time 50 f. I. F. & M. E. Campbell. J. R. Fowler, manager of the 1 Duncan Lumber Company, made | a business trip to Ciifton yester | returning this morning. i FOR SALE—Good business lot adjoining the Bank of Duncan. S6OO Apply to L. F. Vaughn. l J. A. Martin, one of the veter an cowmen of this country, came iin Monday from his ranch near Steeplerock. fOR SALE: Cord wood, dry willow and cottonwood. $4 per cord delivered at Duncan. J. H. McCleskey. 23tf. j M. A. Clouse, Doc Wilkins, Mr.' Craig and Jim Creed left Monday for the Mt. Vernon mines where i they will do development work. ii nil «w h .'o‘ ftp* VH MAC c,r E Ilk VV qual,ty - IHOME WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. If you purchase the NEW HOME you will have a life asset at the price you pay, aud will not have an endless chain of repairs. Quality If you want a sewing machine, write for ®ur latest catalogue before you purchase. The New Home Sewing Machine Co., Orange, Mass, FREE-FREE There will be a free “Cow Boy Dance’’ and supper at Steeple Rock, New Mexico. On Saturday night Jan. 20th, 1912. at the Big House, every body come and bring your girls and old one’s too, Music furnished by Clifton string band. Remember the date, Jam 20th. ROSS SLOAN, Manager!