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BI8BEE DAILY REVIEW, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 10, 190S.
F. J. HART, M. D.
Centra! Lodging House
Office Hours j f
Night and Da)
Frank E. Hereford Sth E. Hazzard
HEREFORD & HAZZARD
.ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
JVtwita far Land 8eript
OR. H. A. 8CHELL.
Century Block. Tucson. Aria.
Next visit to Bisbee, Naco and
Doajclaa la Juae
f. M. O' Connell,
Bftlc Room No. 2. Bank Building
F. A. 8weet M. D.
E. W. Baum, M. D.
, Louis Dysart, M. D.
I D. E. Broderlck, M. D
PHYSICIANS AND SUBGEON3
F. CAUTHORN, A. M., M. D.
Office: Turner Block 212 San Antonio
EL PASO, TEXAS.
and all Kinds of
REPAIRING DONE AT
J. H. HUGHES'
I An Old Favorite
By Philip Jomei B&iiey
rillUP JAMES UAILCY. ho wan born In England
April H. ISIS, and liel there a few months apo. Is a
conspicuous example of a writer wiiwf farce was madu
nnJ siibtaineJ by a slnsle vtork. The title of "l'ctus.
publlihed when the poet was tfcenty-three. Is familiar
to all readers, but few know the names of his other
works. Although "t'estus" aboundb in beautiful jaa
sages and merits the praises bestowed on It by review
ers, st the time of its original publication and flr.ee it
ia do lunger widely read.
klllS life's n mystery.
The value of a thought cnniiot le told:
But it In tlearly worth a thousand lives
Llko many tu-u's. And yet men love to live
As If mere life were worth tbeir living for.
"What hut perdition vrill it be to inostT
Life's more than breath and the quick round of blood;
It Is a great spirit and a busy heart.
The coward and the-email in mmiI scarce da live.
One generous fcvllng one treat thought ue tht-d
Of pood, ere night, would make life longer wein
Thau if cauk year might number a tliuuvand days,
Spent as this is by nntious of mankind.
We lire in deeds, not years; in thoughts, not breaths;
In feelings, not in figures on a dial.
We should count time by heart throbs. lie most Uvea
Who thlDks most feels the noblest acts the best.
ARTICCLES OF INCORPORATION.
1 Next to O h Litery I
CASH REGISTERS &
SAW FILING & KEY fITTING.
J. C. RAUB,
Of the Lucky Tiger -Combination Gold
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRES
ENTS" That we, tie undersigned, R
L. Benton, of Naco, County of Cochis..
Territory or Arizona B. F. Graham, of
Bisbee. County of Cochise. Territory
oi Arizona, L u. 4nattuck, of BIsbee,
County of Cochise. Territory- of Arizo
na, A. L. Harroun, of Kansas City,
Missouri. J. K. Davidson, of St. Louis,
Missouri, William 1 Morse, of Kan
sas City, Kansas and J. E. Suits, of
Cos, State of Sonora. Mexico, have this
day voluntarily associated oursehes
together for the purpose of forming a
corporation under the laws of the Ter
ritory of Arizona, and we do hereby
adopt the following Articles of Incor
The names of this corporation, and
Tho names of tho incorporators of
this corporation, and their places of
residence, are as hereinabove stated.
The name of the said corporation
shall be the Lucky Tiger-Combination
Gold Mining Company, and. tho princi
pal place of transactin gbuslness of
the said corporation shall be the City
of Bisbee, in the County of Cochise.
Territory of Arizona: and tho said
hereinabove specifled.elther on its own
account, or by contract or otherwise,
for and on behalf of other persons, or
corporations, and generally, to do any
and all acts and things and transact
any and all other busines incident
al to the purposes aforesaid, and not
contrary to the laws of the Territory
of Arizona, or of the United States of
The amount of the capital stock of
this corporation shall be Six Hund
red and Fifty Thousand shares of the
par value of Ten Dollars a share, such
shares to be payable in cash or in
equialent property, either in full at
the time of issuance, or in such install
ments at such times as may be deemed
proper and necessary' by the Board
o ruirectors or said corporation and
said stock shall be forever non as
The time of the commencement o'
said corporation shall be the date o'
the filing of tbeee articles with th
County Recorder of the County of Co
chise, in the Territory of Arizona, ani
with the Secretary of the Territory o'
Arizona, and the said corporation eha1
endure for a period of twenty-five. ear
from the date of the filing of said a1
tides with the said County Recorder of
corporation shall have such other of.
flees, agencies and nlaces of business I Cochise County
at such places within and without thej VI-
Territory of Arizona as may be deemed Tno affairs of this corporation shall
desirable and proper by the stock-'be conducted by a Board of nine D
hl- - , tvv.a r r.. rectors, wno snail oe stochnoiaers o
thereof.' and as may be from time to e. "JE!?.?. fd '. J ?L!
OCA 1XVSL 'Mp
' W lip".
o estahlishe.1 nrwl lntul lu 'ne annual mwuns oi ice biotK
jjj 'holders on the third Saturday o
The general nature of the business " ot ,?? 'ar- uP?n fuli,orr
proposed to b transacted and car- Vce wsui tne terms ana conuiuon
ried on by the said corporation Is aa ' their agreement of subscription to
follows- In general, to engage in and , tho stock of this Company, th!
carry oir the business of mining, re-1 day made in writing, tho follow-in'
fining, smcltinc and extracting any j named persons shall be and beconv
and all kinds of ore, minerals and met" tho Diretors of this corporation fo
al3; to purchase, lease, or acouire by the current rear endinc on the tkir
license, bond, contract, concession, 'Saturday of March, 1904, and untl
grant, or in any and every ether way their successors are elected and qual
any lands, mines, mineral rights, wa- ifled, to-wit: R. L. Benton, of Naco
ter rights, buildings, easements, rights Cochise County, Arizona. B. P. Gra
or privileges, macEinery, plant or oth
er (iffect whatsoever which the said
corporation may think proper at any
time, to acquire for any of its pur
po;.s; to f.iptet anc search for
ores and minerals; to take all neces
sary steps to locate, denounce or in
any other manner acquire the title to
and right to mine for any such ore, or
minerals; to improve, develop, mine
and grant licenses for mining in and
over any lands- which may be ac
quired by the said corporation and to
sell, transfer, mortgage or otherwise
convey or dispose of any of the lands,
mines, mining right and privileges
and any and all other property, real
or persona!, of the said corporation;
to buy. sell, manufature and deal In
minerals, plant, machinery. Imple
ments, appliances, conveniences, pro
visions and all other things capable of
being used in connection with mining
operations, or required by workmen
or others employed by the Company;
to buy and sell at wholesale or at re
tail goods, wares and merchandise of
any and every kind and species, and
to maintain stores and establishments
for the carrying on of such business
,.a . c.l - t' T '-' --' e
may be deemed desirable; to con
struct, "carry out, improve, manage,
work, control, own and superintend
any roads, ways, railways, means of
transportation, means of communica
tion, bridgee, reservoirs, water
course, aqueductc. wharves, furnaces,
mills crushing works, electric works,
factories, warehouses and other works
and conveniences, which may be
deeme directly or indirectly conducive
to any of the objects of the Company,
and to contribute to. subsidize, o-.
otherwise aid, or partake in any euch-J
'MESOMST OP TUC CHEAT SOUTHWEST
. FOR. rUIX INFORMATION. DCSaWTTVE.
Uteeaturc. rrc caul on nearest
COUPON TICKET AGENT OR ADDBESS
EL PASO, TEXAS,
tract, or otherwise, any such opera;
tknis to be carried on by other per
sons, cor corporations, for the benefit
of this corporation; to buy. sell, or
otherwise dispoCe of the capital stock,
or shares thereof, of this or of any
other corporation; to acquire and hold
any patent rights, and processes, se
cret or otherwise, which may be
deemed beneficial to the carrying on; pose and consideration therein ex.
ham, of Bisbee Cocise County, Arize5
na, L. C. Shatxuck, of Bisbee, Cochls'
County, Arizona, A. L. Harroun, o
Kansas City, Mlescri. J. K. Daldsor
of ist- Louis. Missouri, Wl A. Moses, o
Kansas City, Missouri, William J
Morse, of Kansas City. Kansas. J. E
Suits, of Cos, State of Sonora. Mexico
and H. Vanderslice, of Kansas City
The Board of Directors of thli
corporation may adopt such By-law
governing the times and places of th'
meetings of the said Board, and cor
cerning the method of carrying on an'
transacting the business of this cor
poration as they may deem proper and
The highest amount of indebtedne6'
and liability, direct or contingent, tr
which this corporation I at any tin'
to be subject shall be Four Hundred
and Thirty Thousand Dollars.
The private property of member
and stockholders of this corporatior
shall be forever exempt from liabilit
for the corporate debts of this corpora
tion. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we havr
hereunto set our hands this 16th day of
March, A. D. 1903
R. L. BENTON.
B. F. GRAHAM
I- C. SHATTUCK,
A. I,. HARROUN.
X K. DAVIDSON,
WILLIAM J. MORSE,
J. E. BUIT3.
Territory of Arizona,)
County of Cochise. )
Before me. S. K Willla-i a Not
ifiinf m aid for the Ccutty of Cc
chise. Ter-itory of Arizona on tlilf
day personally appeared R. L. Benton
B. P. Graham, L. C. Sh&ttuck. A. I
Harroun, J. K. Davidson. William J
Morse and J. E. Suits, known to me tr
be the persons whoso names are sub
scribed to the foregoing instrument
and acknowledged to me that they
Lave executed the same for the pur
AT THE FAIR
AT THE FAIR
You'IISurely Want to Be In the Swim.
A common expression heard in our daily walk of life: but nevertheless, we
all have that desired feeling. If you don't hurry up and buy your
necessities for your makeup, for Easter Sunday, which
is only three days off, you won't be in it.
We might mention a few hints, which
one generally looks for, and
is expected to have
for this great
Every woman, no matter how rirb or
child alike, is exppctfd to havn a new Eactr bon
net This custom bovine been in vopue for hun
dred of years. In former arjes it was iuu a new
hat, today, hownvor, it is entirely different; it's
not only a new Easter hat, it's an entire new cos
tume, one tryinp to outdo (he other in style and
make-up at the least iosMbl cost.
We mi?ht mention here, there's no need of
worrying about rch matters at the present date;
you can tret at hU establishment style in head
wear, its equal nover known oefore at very
moderate prices Our line represents the cream
of Parisian and New York faoblonB. Pattern hats
in tho very choicest designs and styles at Tery low
prices. It's astonihinc to 6ee how reasonable
milinsryie beine sold by us, and the beanty about,
them is the exclusiveness in ntvle.
Ladles Easter hats from IS.W to 322 50.
Misses and f'hildrens trimmed le, horns from
$150 to $5.50
Our entire line is now here, ready for your
inspection; if you don't hurry, however, jou wont
have much opportunity to inspect the most fasci
nating styles. Judging from tee way they are po
in?. All the new styles, in mull, Swiss and silk, in
pink, blue, red ana white, suitable for infants
from C months of age to the larger children, 4 or 5
From 50c to $3.50
New Easier Neckwear for Men f
(Main Floor.) p
Juct arrived in time, beforo the day is cpon Sat
us such variety of styles and coloriocs as are be- JfjT
in,t shown In this new assortment are pleasing to 2
the most fastidious buyers. " .
Light shades predominate, and this is the col- ijfc
or you'll surely want ; he darker shades a. e beau- tfV
ties too. Four-in-hands in midget and wider ef- GL
fects. teck and ascot scarfs and the little bows for Gp
the high stand up and lay down colars; all at pop- mgf.
ular prices, 25c, 50c and 75c. gt
New Spring Styles in Men's Hats
In Felectinir a' hat at The Fair you are choos- !2J
Ing from the representative styles of the coming Sfifc
season. Therein not a fashion tn voiue that is 25
not shown here first, at lower prices than c&n be 9
possibly found eNewhere. w
Nobby line of Derbys and Perjas, the famoui (H
"Kcox" styles, absolutely the finest made, so d B
throughout the world at the fixed price of $.ri,00. bJ
Another line of similar stjles from a renown- (set
ed manufacturer, in every shade, from S2 to 73,50. ST
- -- m
New Clothing for Men gt
Come in new and get your suit for Sunday. J-fk
We carry high art clothing. Stein Block and Al- 6K
fred Benjamin make, leaders in fashion, hand C&,
tail red throughout and guaranteed to hold their CJ
shape. In worsted, casMmere and cheviots, in nov- tfi
ties and black, silk and serge lined, irom SIo.OO to gss'
White Shirt Waists
It brfing too late to have a special waist made
and ( ne of the most trving things being the deci
sion of choice, we wnuld advise a peep at our line
of exquisite styles. Large, flowing sleeves, dupli
cates only shown in the east, with inserting of
Venic lace, and yokes of real Valenctane3 linsert
ing, bodies tricked and hemstitched and silk ap
plique here and there to give tbem a French ef
fect are among the assortment. Prices to suit all
purses and desires, from 75 cents tD S20.00 each.
Shoes for AH Mankind
We arp proud of our new shoe department
ard with the grand Mit-cess we are meetm. witn
e acknowledge that mo-e shoes were sold in the
the last three days than in the previous week. Of
ceurse this can easily be explained. The ladies
naw come in and have their shoes properly fitted
by our expert fitter, new shoe stools for their com
firt at a large cost were put in, new flooring laid
down and an entire Spring line from the" best
unown manufacturers are only kept in stoclr.
All lasts all sizes, all kicds of leather nd
widths desired from EA to EE The best known
shoes for men are aUo here, the J. A M line
wear longer, look better and newer lasts than the
average high class nukes.
In Childrens we show an extra large variety
of styles for school and dress. pecially built for
service as well as appearance
We fit all kinds of feet. Let us fit yours.
Frankenberg Brothers & Newman, Props.
Give It a Trial
Just Opened In
F. M. RUFF S. JULIUS CAESAR
Short orders at all Hours
Open Day and Night v
Everything new and prices reason
hie. Opposite public library.
When you want to rent a house call
Have a fine line of
tnd a good line of milliner
Call and see for yourselj..
HOSE TEAM RACE
Curtis Comedy Co
of any part of the business of this
corporation, as above specified; to lay
out and plat town sites and additions
to town sites, and to; convey, transfer.
or otherwise, dispose oClots or tracts
of trroimd therein: -to carry on. any, or
all of the businesses or oiwraUons
Given under my hand and seal of
office this 16th day ol March, A. D
1903. .,;..,. , , ,, ,
"" SK. WICLIAMS,
My commission expires Nov. 30, 1904
Formerly Opera Club
Hiin street, ht abore Sood pate
MRS. J.'T. HOWELL, Prop.
FOR SALE 2-room house and lot.
No. 490 Tombstotte canyon. First to
come will get a snap bargain. Inquire
of W. H. Moffett. tf
All Workmen, Degree of Honor and
families are invited to attend the so
cial in Library hall Saturday evening.
Don't fail to be there. By order of
I. E. Limmls,
" -.-Tk Chrales Kenney, J
- , V - t Ed' McDonald, w ,
Special Train Leaves Bisbee 9:30
a. m. Returning; leaves
Tombstone 6 p. m.
....Round Trip Fare $1.50.,.;
TJmpirr and control
vorL a f pecialtx
-V - -w
"enry i. Vwi, Drorer, C4o.
Arthur W. Houck,
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EI Peo. 7eja.