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Mid-Summer Sale is Closed And we want to thank the public for iheir Liberal Pa tronage; every one was more than well pleased with the many bargains they got. We will leave for the Eastern Markets where we expect to buy the most up to the minute line of Fall Goods that was ever shown in a town the size of Dun can. WE WILL PUT IN A LtNE OF LADIES’ READY TO WEAR GOODS, DON’T BUY ANYTHING TILL YOU SEE OUR FALL GOODS. I Y ours Most Truly, E. W. TAYLOR. V J k ... , ... ■ Democratic Platform Summarized Following is a summary of the more important planks in the platform adopted by the Democratic national convention: Declares for a tariff for revenue only; denounces the high Re publican tariff as the principal cause of the unequal distribution of wealth. Favors immediate downward revision of present duties es pecially npon necessaries of life. Also favors gradual reduction so as not to interfere with or destroy legitimate industries Takes issue with the Republican platform as to the high cost of living, contending it is largely due to high tariff laws. i Favors vigorous enforcement of the criminal features of the anti-trust law. Demands such additional legislation as may be ne cessary to crush private monopoly. Urges people to support proposed constitutional amendments, providing for an income tax and election of United Siates senators bp direct vote of the people. Declares for presidential preference primaries. Pledges party to enactment of law prohibiting campaign con tributions by corporations and unreason able campaign contributions by individuals. Favors single presidential term and making president enellegi ble to re-election. Favors efficient supervision and rate regulation of railroads, express companies, telegraph and telephone lines and a valuation of these companies by the interstate commerce commission. In connection with a demand for such a revision of the banking laws as will give temporary relief in case of financial distress there is a denunciation of the Aldrich bill prepared by the monitary com mission. Recommends investigation of agricultural credit societies in Europe to ascertain whether a system of rural credits may be de vised suitable to conditions in the United States. Pledges party to enactment of legislation to preuent devasta tion of lower Mississipdi valley by floods. Favors national aid regaading post roads. Repeats party’s declaration of the platform of 1908 as to rights of labor and pledges the party to an employes’ compensation law. Declares the unnecessary withdrawal of public lands tends to retard development and bring reproach upon policy of conservation; declares for immediate action to make available Alaskan coal lands. Favors encouragement of agriculture and legislation to suppress gombling in agricultural products. Believes in fortering growth of a merchant marine. Reaffirms previous declarations regarding pure food and public health. Favors reorganization of the civil service. Recommends law reform legislation. Rehffirms position against “policy of imperialism and colonial exploitation” in Phillippines. Demands for Alaska full enjoyment of rights and privileges of territorial form of government. Favors parcels post and extension of. rural delivery. 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, 105th Meridian. Southbound § Northbound STATIONS j No. 1 No. 3 so No. 2|No. 4 l a. m. p. m- a. m.p. ra 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:E9 7:18 2:20 Cunningham 16 8:30 4:'!9 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, Managing irector. Arizona & N. M. Railway Compat y Passenger Service Train No. 1 cc o Train No. 2 South Bound -£ ojy North Bound Daily Daily Lv7:3sa. M. 0 Clifton Ar.4:03 p. m. 7:35 “ 11 Guthrie “ 3:30 “ 9:00 “ 33 Duncan “ 236 " 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 Lorcjsburg 10.57 a,. m., Mountain Time. South bound train connects with El Paso & Southwestern east bound train for 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. R.K. MIN SON, General Passenver Agent, Clifton. Arizona. Fen. S. Hildreth Land, Mining and Irrigation Law Suite 210 Fleming Building Phoenix, Arizona Make specialty of all business before the local Land Offica, General Land Office and Depart 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 WILBUR D. NEiSBIT A DISMSHWG cmiE^ De white folks eatin’ th’ee times er Whah’s de raig? O whah’s de raig? Es comp’ny come dey’s ax ter stay— Whah’s de raig? Now, whah’s de raig? Dey’s ilin’ de glass en de chany plates En mekkin me do de wuk Ah hates— When dey git froo dey goes dey gaits— Whah’s de raig? O whah’s de raig? Hit’s butteh en braid en soup en meat— Whah’s de soap? O whah’s de soap? Hit's jelley en pie en jam dey eat— ♦ Whah’s de soap? Now, whah’s de soap? Hit’s knife en fo’k en dish en spoon De mawnin’, noon en afternoon— De night time cain’ come roun’ too soon— Whath’s de soap? O whah’s de soap? De changin’ dey minds at ev’y meal— Whah’s mah cloff? O whah’s mah cloff? Dey sp’ilin’ de plates wid o’ynge peel— Whath’s mah cloff? Now, whah’s mah cloff? Hit’s taters en co’n en beans en squash En mussin’ mo’ plates Ah gotter wash— Ah’s spennin’ mah life des slosh en slosh! Whah’s mah cloff? O whali’s mah cloff? Who waitin’ out dah on de gyahden walk? Dry de pan; now, dry de pan! Dat ’Zekiel Johnsing come ter talk. Dry de pan; now dry de pan! Ah knows hes’ honin’ ter ma’y me— But dess dishwashin’ de same Ah’d be— Dry de pan. O dry de pan! Fable of the Petulant Child. There was Once a Petulant Child, whose Father was a Druggist. The Child was always Crying for Something. When it could not Think of Something to cry for it would Wail for an excuse to weep. 'On the Y/hole, it was a Peculiar Cnild. One night it cried for the Moon. Its Papa endeavored to Argue with it, to impress it with the Impos sibility of getting the Moon. Foolish Man. Suddenly a bright Idea struck the doting Parent. He said: “Although I cannot give you the Moon, I can get you Something Just as Good.” So he gave the Petulant Child an Orange. Whereat the Child swatted him with the Fruit and Made his nose look like the Morning After at Spion Kop. The Doting Parent swore softly, but Diligently, for several Moments. Then he said: “After all, I am Glad I did not give in to you and Get you the Moon.” Moral —The substitution Evil is not Always such a Dark Shade of Blaek as it is Painted. HER INTENSE PAPA. f, Tiiil jiJ* v gj?rt Cholly—Your papa kicked me out when I asked him for your hand. Miss Gabby—Papa is so intense. He puts his whole sole into everything he undertakes.” Agreed With Her. “I cannot sins the old songs,” She sang, in mournful chant. Her hearers rose and loudly cried: “Well, we should say you can’t.” Another Illusion Dispelled. Miss Gushy—Ah, professor, when roll played that fortissimo passage in your piano selection your face showed the agony, the fierce resolve of Sieg fried himself. Were your thoughts far away among the gods of Wagner’s mind? Prof. Von Growie —No, mattam. Id iss dot I has a felon py mein fingerm, unt I hit him ven I dot cadenza made. Noisy. Mr. Wunder —What’s all that racket next door? Mrs. Wunder —Their baby is cutting teeth. Mr. Wunder —What with, a sausage mill? Notice For Publication 01839 DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, U. S. Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona, August, 8 1912. NO 1 ICE is hereby given that Leroy P. Miller of Franklin, Arizona, who, on Dec. 5 1908, made Homestead entry. No. 01839. for Nl-2SWI-4, and S w 1-4 SWI-4 Sec. 9 a n d SEI-4 SE 1-4 Section 8, 1 ownship 95., Range 32 E., G., & S. R. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final Three yeai 1 roof, to establish claim t o the land above described, before Ben M. Crawford. Clerk of Su perior Court, at Clifton, Arizona, on the 14th day of September, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: James F. McGrath of Franklin, Arizona. James G. Gilliland ” ” ” Ira P Miller ” ” Samuel A. Foster of Duncan. Arizona FRANK H. PARKER,- Register. Ist pub. Aug. 14th. Notice For Publication 01838 DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR U.S. Land Office at Phoenix. Arizona. August, 8, 1912 Notice is hereby given that Ira P. Miller, o f Franklin. Arizona, who, o n Dec. 5, 1908, made homestead entry, No. 01838, for E 1-2 NE 1-4 and N 1-2 SE 1-4, Section 17, Township 95., Range 32., E G., &S. R. Meridian, has filed notice of intent on to make Final Three Year Proof, to establish claim to t h e land above described, before Ben M. Crawford. Clerk Superior Court, at Clifton, Arizona, on the 14th day of September, 1912 Claimant names as witnesses: James F. McGrath, of Franklin, Arizona James G. Gilliland ” ” Leroy P. Miller ” ” » Samuel A. Foster, of Duncan Arizona. Frank H. Parker, Register Ist. pub. Aug. 14th. Notice For Publication 0929 DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. U. S. Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona, August 8 1912. NOTICE is hereby given that.JamesF. McGrath of Franklin, Arizona, who, on September 18, 1908, made Homestead Entry, No 0929, for W 1-2 SW 1-4 Section 4 and NW 1-4 NW 1-4 Section 9 an d NE 1-4 NE 1-4, Section 8, Township 9 S., Range 32 E., G. & S. R. Meridian, has filed notice of intent ion to make Final Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Ben M. Crawford, Clerk Superior, at Clifton, Arizona, on the 14th day of September, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: Leßoy P. Miller, of Franklin. Arizona. Ira P. Miller, ” /” James G. Gilliland, Samuel A Foster, of Duncan, Arizona. Frank H. Parker. Register Ist pub. Aug 14th. Notice for Publication 03571 DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, U. S. Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona, August Bth, 1912. NOTICE is hereby given that David Davis, of Duncan, Arizona, who. on January 8, 1907, made Homestead Entry, No. 563-03571, for SEI-4 SW 1-4 Sec.B; El-2 NWI-1 and NEI-4 SWI-4, Section 17, Township 8 S., Range 32 E, G. & S. R. Merid ian,has filed notice of intention t o make Final Five Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Ben M. Crawford, Clerk Superior Court, at Clifton, Arizona, on the 16th day of September, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: Albert T. Layton, of Duncan, Arizona. William H. Alexander, ” ’ ” George I. Elmer, of ” John K. Chilton, of Sheldon, Arizona. , Frank H. Parker, Register. THE Cheatham residence, known as the Holder place, for sale SIOOO. L. F. VAUGHN. • CITY MEAT MARKET / \ Under New Management ' ■: w ‘ w * PROP. # \ J ■ Fresh meats of all kinds kept in COME TO THE SHOP AND TRY OUR DELICIOUS STEAK. oot»of4own trade solicited Accuracy | Penetration The World’s Record Holders Remington-UMC .22 cal. cartridges have broken two records in two years. The present world’s 100-shot gallery record, 2484 ex 2500, held by Arthur Hubalek, was made with these hard hitting ,22’s. 1 They willhelpyou, too, tohreak your best shooting records. Made with the same care from the same tested materials as the heaviest big game cartridges. Remington- UMC ,22’s are made, too, with hollow point bullets. This increases their shocking and killing power. Look for the red ball on every box you buy. .22 shorts, .22 longs, .22 lon(! Rifle Black, Smokeless and Lesmok powders. Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co. > 299 Broadway 2 New York City . Strayed or Stolen « About June 10th, 1912, dark iron-grey mare, three years old, unbranded, with a scar on hack part of left front leg below the knee and with light mane and tail disappeared and has not been seen or heard of since. A liberal reward will be given for the return of the animal or for information leading to pos session J. R. Beavers, Duncan Ariz. TWIN PEAKS (continued from fourth page.) ing mining literature when fully told. A large group of claims owned by Steve Corley, of Silver City in this district are now under and option at figures running it is said, into, six figures. This group joins the Twin Peaks on the west in the Mayflower dis trict. Leonard Smith and partners have recently leased the Twin Peak copper group on a 10 per cent royalty basis. They are very enthusiastic over the out look for a big output. They have driven in 250 feet and soon ex pect to strike the rich body of ore which the shaft is sunk in. The Clear Lake 10 stamp mill is running day and night on the ores of the Apache Box, milling 60 tons of ore per day. Man ager Kniffen states that he will have another large brick of gold ready for shipment at once. George Phillips and partners have leased Copper Hill on a roy alty basis. All these different mining en terprises have taken on new life within the past four months and this Twin Peaks and Apache Box district will be one of the liveliest mining camps in the entire southwest before the snow flies, it is claimed. VlL’i TWO HORSE brand nCW & CO.. Mrs. i “Look for the Brand” San Francisco