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Behold! All Things are Ready
And, we invite you to come and Partake of the many new things in SPRING GOODS of all kinds. • * Both of our Stores are Filled “FROM CELLAR TO CEILING” with Up-To-Date Merchandise and our stock is too large to attempt to numerate the many special things we have for you. “Seek and you will find” what you want in our stores. i We bought DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTORY’S AGENT and this CUTS THE MIDDLE MAN OUT: Moral, Our prices are lower than the lowest. v \ SEEING IS BELIEVING,— Come and see for yourself, you will be de ighted with beauty and price. We have anything you want and we will buy anything you have for sale We want your Trade because we have the merchandiseat the right price. YOURS FOR AN UP-TO-DATE STORE E. W. TAYLOR Morenci Southern Ry. Co. TIME* TABLE No. 17. Effective 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, 105tti Meridian. ' Soutnbound §.„ Northbound STATIONS j No. 1 No. 3 || No. 2 No. 4 a. m. p. m- a. m.p. m 6:00 1:00 Lv Morenci Ar 0 10:05 6:00 6:20 1:20 Bunkers 3 9:45 5;45 6:55 1:55 Frisco 10 8:55 4:59 7:18 2:20 Cunningham 15 8:30 4:39 7;35 2:40 Ar Guthrie Lv 17.87 8:15 4:24 a.m. p. m. a. m.p. m RULE No. I.—All Southbound trains hav° right of track over northbound, except as per Rule NO. 2. RULE No. 2.—Train No. 2 has right of track over train No. 3 JNO. BURNS, , Superintendent. C. E. MILLS, t Managing irect or. j —————— —, Arizona & N. M. Railway Company Passenger Service Train No. 1 £2 - § Train No.\ 2 South Bound | p>£ North Bound Daily Daily ! v. 7:35 a. M. 0 Clifton Ar.4:03 P- l( m. “ 8:15 “ 11 Guthrie “ 3:30 “ 9:00 “ 33 Duncan “ 2'36 \ “ 10:23 " 70 I.ordsburg “ 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. m.. Mountain Time. South bound train connects with El Paso & Southwestern east bound train fer El Paso, leav- | ing Hachita at 11.59 a. m., Mountain Time, and j with west bound train for Douglas and Bisbee ] leaving Hachita at 11.59 a. m., Mountain Time. A. T. THOMSON, ! Traffic Manager. Clifton. Arizona. J 1-HOME WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. If you purchase the NEW HOME you will have a life asset at the price you pay, and will not have an endless chain of repairs. 'j Quality Considered If you want a sewing machine, write for our latest catalogue bpfore you purchase. The New Home Sewing Machine Jo., Orange, Mass, t FOR SALE—Baby carriage. Care of Arizonian. THE WHITE IS KING The BEST all-round Family Sewing Machine that can be produced. Made in both ROTARV and j VIBRATOR styles. The rotary makes both Lock and Chain stitch. The latest up to the minute steel attachments with each machine. So\d on easy pay ments. Send name and add ress for our beautiful H. T. catologue free. WHITE SEWING MA CHINE CO. 1460 Market Strtet San Francisco, California Fen. S. Hildreth j Land, Mining and Irrigation Law Suite 210 Fleming Building Phoenix, Arizona Make specialty of all business! before the local Land Office, 1 General Land Office and. Depart- j ment of the Interior. Contests conducted, Plats '* 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 FOR SALE—BO acres, 20 in alfalfa; 45 acres more can be put in under the ditch extension. One mile from town across the river, - but a steel bridge will soon span . the river at this point. Apply to L. F. Vanghn. 16tf. Income Property For Sale A good 3 room dwelling with about 4 lots; good young bearing orchard on Main St. This is good income property and is offered at a bargain. And, another 3-room dwelling, lots adjoing the Main street pro propertv, this is also good income property. , J At a bargain. Apply to L. F. Vaughn. Land *lO an acre lIU up can be pnrehaa ed the Southeast a * on * o*e KT^SiPifc H HBflHr Southern Railway, p f i iiMMMF Mobile & Ohio r.r. H Ga. So. Ry- H| supporting good I churches, schools, stores and improved highways. I LIVE STOCK. POULTRY AND DAIRYING busi ■ ness pays big, and is conducted at smaller cost H than in other sections of the country. Luxuriant I pasturage and green fields the whole pear round ■ make tins possible. I ALFALFA GROWS abundantly in nearly all part ■ of the Southeast. Many acres produce 4to 6 I tons, selling locally from sl4 per ton up. I APPLES, FRUIT, TRUCK AND COTTON are ■ other big paying crops. Apple orchards net SIOO ■ to SSOO an acre, and truck gardening S2OO up. I CLIMATE UNSURPASSED— Every day in the I year one can work in his fields. These long Mg seasons allow raising two and three crops from the same soil each year. I Subscription ' South- ■ ern Field and book- K lets on States of Va..- 1 HI ■ N. &S. Car., Ga.. m Fia , Ala., Miss.. B ■ Tenn. and Ky. MM ■ sent ■ M. V. RICHARDS. I. Agent, K Southern m Room 95, Washington. Buy an Acetylene Gas Light It will save your eyes. It will save worlds of trouble. I handle the best. Positively Guaranteed. Luther Green, Thatcher, Ariz. E. E. WALL Notary Public Will be in Duncan Svery Thursday LOCALS Four weeks more of school. Irvin Phillips and Fred Daniels went to Clifton Sunday. FOR SALE:—Fresh Jersey cow. Call at this office. L. B. Stephens.went to Clifton Saturday to consult Dr. Fales. W. F. Moyers, of Franklin was in town yesterday. FOR SALE: —Oil Heater, care of Arizonian. W. W. Holder of Sheldon came tip yesterday on business. B. F. Billingsley made a trip to Clifton Saturday returning Sunday. FOR SALE—Good business lot adjoining the Bank of Duncan. S6OO Apply to L. F. Vaughn. I. M. Harcrow moved this week from Mrs. Kemp’s house to the Dr. Leister house. See the Red Rock Poultry ad for chicks and eggs. 40tf. Buck Brothers have been fur nishing the public some mighty fine fat steaks lately. Try one. Uncle Ed Cosper and d aught er, Miss Maud, were in town Sat urday. FOR SALE:—A second-hand heating stove, cheap. Care Ari zonian. Irvin Phillips came in from Apache Box mine last week and is spending some time in town. 0. G. O’Dell came down from Clifton Sunday on business and returned Monday. Duncan employment office; all kinds of help furnished. Call or phone. W. H. Harrison & Co. Miss Bessie Cauthen has resign ed her position as saleslady at Billingsley’s. J. L. Wilkins, who came from Thatcher some two months ago to clerk in B. F. Billingsley’s store, has resigned his position. GARDEN SEED —Fine assort ment of garden and flower seed, both package and bulk, at E. W. Taylor’s. John Evans was circulating' a petition last Saturday for the ap pointment of Jas. V. Parks to the office of Supervisor. ' We note by the Gazette that Miss Claudia Aker, one of Dun can’s popular young ladies, is in the Gazette’s big prize contest. WHITE SEWING MACHINE: —for sale at a reduction; brand new, never uncrated, latest mod el, Apply at this office. County Attorney E. V, Horton came down last Friday on legal business in Justice McGrath’s court at Franklin. Mrs. F. J. Lillie, sister of Mrs. Sandy Cameron, arrived Sunday from the Northwest and is visit ing her sister here. FOR SALE: —16-inch John Deere riding plow, good as new, at a Bargain. L. B. Stephens. 37tf Mrs. Ella Stephens came down from Clifton Saturday to look af ter her property here and return ed the same day. M. A. Hoffpauir is moving to the Willis property on Main St. near the school building and is having a new ’phone installed. Joe D. Wilkins is building a i.ine hay barn on his farm just south of town on one of the best hay farms in the country. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Gale and Mrs. Joe Welker came down from Lordsburg Friday to attend the Kartchner Farewell meeting at Franklin Friday night. Dave Gough of the lower valley was up last week to look at Apache Box and after a thorough examination left Friday for his home. The A. & N. M. depot is now undergoing a re-dressing in the way of a fresh coat of green paint which improves the looks of things materially. Otilio Reyes has gone to Apa che Box mines and opened a bar ber shop for Harry Fidler. There are many men in the camp now a barber is, no doubt, a welcome personage. My Automobile for sale cheap, good condition write for particu lars. J. R. OWNBY, Lordsburg, N. M Mr. and Mrs. Jack McAlister, Mrs. Bart Tipton and children left yesterday mornifTg ‘ over land” for Hurley, New Mexico, where they expect to make their future home. R. L. Herrell left yesterday for Silver City to bring Mrs. Herrell home who is visiting there. They will make their future home in Duncan where Mr. Herrell has bought property and will garden extensively this year near town. The trustee election passed off very quietly here Saturday, there being only one candidate, Mr. Billingsley, The new board now consists of Jas. V. Parks, J. M. Cooper and B. F. Billingsley. FOR SALE CHEAP Ten lots in the best part of the town of Duncan, Arizona, six on one side and four on the same street. Ap ply to J. R. Padilla, Steeplerock, New Mexico. Walter Foster of the Day-Fost er ranch was in the City Satur turday for the first time for sev eral weeks. Walter is watching the cattle grow and enjoying the bright prospects.which the splen did range promises. Ed Head, one of the leading cattle men of Grant and Greenlee counties, was in town last week. Mr. Head contemplates buying a home in Duncan and sending his children to our splendid schools. FOR SALE: —20 acres of the finest garden land in Arizona, plenty water; the recent gold strike and the Clifton-Morenci mining districts make one of the best markets in the world. Apply to L. F. VAUGHN, Duncan, Az. J. A. Hildrerth came down Sunday from Clifton to move his furniture preparatory to bring ing his family back to Duncan. Mr. Hildreth moved to dfte of R. L. Herrell’s houses. Rev. J. Craig Watt, of the Presbyterian Church, is circulat ing a petition against the pro posed opening of a “dispensary” in Duncan of bottled and jugged ‘ ‘goods. ’ ’ He has two peti f ions, one ad dressed to John D, Patty, Sheriff, and the other addressed to E. V. Horton, County Attorney. Mrs. J. W. Goolsby and daugh ter, Zelma, returned to their home in Clifton, Monday, they were accompanied home by Miss Maud Cosper, sister of Mrs. Goolsby, who will make an ex tended visit in the copper city. Mrs. W. K. Gardner and daughter, Miss Nina, came down Saturday from Morenci to take charge of the Gardner- Hotel. They will be welcomed back to Duncan, their former home, by many friends. J. H, Kirby, assessor for Greenlee county was a Safford visitor last Saturday, leaving for Phoenix Sunday. Mr. Kirby was here in conference with ex assessor Birdno relative to neces sary legislation relative to an equitable assessment of property and to the enforcement of tax i laws.—Guardian. J. R. Beavers and Wm: Foster i were in town yesterday with ! “Minot” that fine inverted i French stallion having him shod. Dr. Smith came down Monday from Clifton to attend Mrs. Tom Williamson who is reported very sick. Drs. Smith of Clifton and Brilev of Duncan performed an operation on Mrs. Plum Tippetts last week which was successful.^ In the civil case of Stewart against Kartchner for rent tried last Friday in Justice McGrath’s court at Franklin a judgement was given plaintiff. And, in the criminal charge against G. W. Collins, complaint made by H. R. Pittman, Mr. Collins was pqt under a peace bond. The girls circle of the Presby terian church will put on some doings in the near future—a sort of social with program, refresh ments and sale of useful articles more particulars later. Mrs. W. L. Awbrey, the well and favorably known hotel pro prietress, has retired from Ae business after many years of de votion to it. She has been con nected with various hotels in the Southwest and until March 31st had charge of the Gardner Hotel of this town which became gen erally known all over the country as one of the best eating places this side of El Paso. Mr. and Mrs. Awbrey will make their home in Duncan. Some people came in from the Lower Gila this week to home stead some land. The land was in section two, and could not be homesteaded. Since the passing of the statehood bill all of sec tions two and thirty-two are school lands, the same as sections sixteen and thirty-six, and can not be located. Liberal. CHICKENS & EGGS R. I. Red, Brown Leghorns and Indinan Runner Duck Eggs in Sea son, $2 per Setting. Oraers Booked for Day-old Chicks, 15c Each. Cash With Order. THE RED ROCK POULTRY RANCH DAN RORABAUGH, Mgr. Duncan, fa': Reference: The Bank of Dun can or any business man in Dun can. Revenge A rather brutal thing was said unaware at an evening party. Shortly after midnight a gentle man was pressed to sing. Very thoughtfully he put forth the ex cuse that at the late hour the next-door neighbors might ob ject. “Oh, never mind the neigh bors,” cried the young lady of the house. “They poisoned our dog last week.”—Lippincott’s. Announcement ) I desire to announce that my engineering work will be continu ed under the firm name of The Girand Engineering Company with offices 301-302 Fleming Block Phoenix, Arizona. I have asso ciated with me Mr. Carl E. Has se, designing engineer, and Mr. Frank R. Goodman, U. S. Miner al Surveyor. The same standard of engineering practice will be maintained. J. B. GIRAND. Moqui Rase Scrip We have a few thousand acres of MOQUI BASE scrip and we expect to make a selection soon. Send in your orders. The supply is limited and will not last long. THE FEN S. HILDRTTH , SCRIP COMPANY Suite 210 Phoenix National Bank Bldg, Phoenix, Arizona. Black smithing and REPAIR WORK HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY At the Tong shop j BOGGS & CO.