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BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 19, 1903
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the elusive two-bit pieces flow with
startling regularity Into the little hox
-which has he bell attachment thereof
and marks up the last sale.
Johnnie Nichols, of Clifton, was a
Douglas visitor last week, and of
"course went home with a mind consid
erably enlarged as to what It Is to be
In a city Instead of a town.
Alexander McLean, superintendent
ot mines at Metcalf for the Arizona
Copper company, accompanied by Mrs.
McLean, was In (the city, spending a
lew days, last weekj Mr. McLean ex
pressed himself as must surprised at
the growth of Douglas.
Although but a young man In years,
Hartwell Novell Is rapidly raising a
large bump of legal knowledge on the
summit ot his cranium that is making
Quite a formidable appearance. He
is slamming Kent, Anson on Contracts.
Evidence, Commercial Paper, etc..
around as though he had Just re'.lred
from the supreme court bench.
Ranger Peterson returned from an
expedition to the Chlricahuas last
Ed TVtiise is a new arrival, and Is in
the service of the Copper Queen store,
in the clothing department, taking thf
place made vacan: by the departure of
Miss O'Brien, one of society s mos.
charming members, left last week to
spend a short vacation In Denver.
Otto Storm, booiiKeeper m "; v
per Queen store, left last week for a
vacation, which he will spend In the
orange groves of California.
Gee! but -you should have seen
Ranger Pe!erson last Thursday. A
' little sawed-off, bewhiskered traveling
check-maker, it was alleged, was going
about representing himself as Ranger
Peterson. The resemblance was
about the same ofMark Hanna and
Dr Randall has Just Joined the
church. Reason: Mrs. Randall is
expected shortly. Still, the doctor
had no special good reason for Joining,
either, as he is always good, anyhow.
O B. Due-can, one of ihe genial pro
prietors of the "Union," leaves the
hard work he has been doing lately
namely, ot standing before the coun
ter and winnng "two-bit" pieces with
a pleasant smile in a few days, to re
sume his occupation of .pulling the
throttle on one of the big S. P. engines
out of Tucson.
Will B. True ('his is not a Joke, for
that is his name), who has been doing
the mixology act in the "Union," can
not stay away from his old friend and
' boss, O. B. Duncan, and leaves for
Tucson with Dune, to enter the service
of the Espee.
George Hennlnger, who represents
Shattuck & Muheim. proprietors of the
Douglas Steam Bocllng Works, is one
of Douelas' most ardent hustlers. M.r
Hennlnger W3S the first man to bill a
shipment of beer Into Douglas, and
now holds the record as the first man
to bill a shipment of the same mer
chandise out of Douglas to BIsbee.
Men like Hennlnger are the sort that
make cites out ot towns.
And now the business of the El Paso
Southwestern will move along -with
regularity and dispatch, for hustling
Tom Purcell. the genial conductor, is
back again on duty, after a vacation
down in Mexico, with his wife, consort
ing with President Diaz and the other
big Mexican guns of the republic to
Isn't it funny how lucky some peo
ple are. There's congenial Billy Hay
den, jvho used to be an old .telegraph
operator and train dispatcher, and who
has been presiding over the destinies
cf the "Little Iceberg" and laid up
quite a roil has closed up the latter
place and opened the "Ice Palace," on
H street. Billy is on the road to
We don't know how much the D. I.
company pay George Hardiker per
day, week, month or year, but it ought
to be plenty per each, for G. H. is on
the go from sunrise till (veil, sunrise,
Ren. White, the postmaster, Is be
coming gpop-shouldered and blind
with the rapidly Increasing volume ot
business which is pouring through the
It take3 Ed Pirtle to prognosticate.
He is the most enthusiastic IXrJgla3ite
that pver came down the pike. He
Inaugurated the orignal advertising
Idea of "Population of Douglas in 1904,
10,000." Now he Is out with a brand
new one, thus: -rouiauuu ui iue.
12 000 in 1905." And we believe him.
Tom Reynolds, the efficient cashier
of the Bank of Douglas, Is "powerful
swift" In handling the funds Of tho
bank. He is one of the best right
hand men to his chief. Cashier Ellis,
there is in the business.
T. P. Skelton is. keeping up the sup
ply of an' ever-increasing demand for
-water in fine style.
Franklin B. Dorr may not be laying
up many treasures in heaven what
newspaper man ever did? but he is
, certainly laying up a good stock of this
earth's values. He has Just added
three more lota to his personal assets.
That's the place to put it, Frank. Bur
glars are apt to rob an editors' house
almost any old minute,
"Pirtleville." otherwise known as
. Tirtl. artAltlnn to Douglas, is.
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assuming as large a district as what Is
known as- the main portion of the city.
When Pirtle starts out to do anything,
something's going to happen there
abouts. The only growl we ever hear from
Charlie Overlock is that he cannot get
lumber, fast enough. Six or seven car
loads at a time is only a teaser to what
he needs in his business, and yet he
has an acre of ground covered with
lumber of every description.
Tim Maloney is talking of going
back to the strenuous but healthy ex
ercise of cow punching. if he doej
the smilng Tim will be greatly missed
on the strand.
The distinguished, efficient, accom
modating, accomplished, thorough,
well pos ed trainmaster of the E. P. &
S. Wl Railroad has been away the
greater part of last week in' El Paso,
on business connected with his de
partment. If our locker contained any
more adjectives, we would hurl them
at him with all the vengeance of a
Brother Biggs, of the Fiege-FIggs
Mercantile company, packed his little
suit case and lit out for the Pacific
coast, to take a vacation at the vari
ous resorts of that locality. He will
be gone several weeks, but the biz.
goes on Just the same.
The Honorable Judge Johnson is en
gaged every hour of the day, nearly,
untwisting- knot' y problems of law,
presides over his court with all tho
dignity of a Choate, or D'Israeli. In
our opinion, the Chief Justice of Doug
las is inclined to be pretty nearly fair
in all his declsons, too.
If you want to get up against Ihe
real thing, all you have to do is to
mention to Fred Douglas something
about the Midway being a good thing
for the town, and then see what will
happen to you. Well, U ail depends
on what Is lying around loose.
Dr. Lindley has moved from the
Calumet hotel to his newly completed
residence on Ninth street, where he
will be better able to take caref his
It Is with special pleasure that we
call attention to the new and hand
some Queen hotel. Strictly up to dats
in every particular, even its present
spaciousness has been taxed to its
very utmost. The result is that im
mediate enlargement to twice its pres
ent proportions is to be undertaken,
the contractor having anlved from El
Paso the past week. The rooms are
all large and airy, handsomely fur
nished, with everything that makes
the guests comfortable. The present
dining room, which accommodates 150
persons at one -slttng, reminds one at
meal hours of the summer resorts,
with every table crowded. There Is
good reason for (this, the cuisine being
of the highest order, and which re
ceives tho personal attention of Mrs.
French, wife of the proprietor, and the
service Is excellent. Music Is pro
vided every Sunday evening for the
pleasure of the guests.
Isn't it a pleasure to meet a lady
that really enjoys life? We know of
none that do so more than Mrs. Lind
ley, wife of the doctor. A thorough
horseback rider, a crack shot with the
shotgun or rifle, she enters In'o all the
field sports of her husband and accom
panies him on all of his hunting expe
ditions, and never -wastes any ammuni
tion, as her game bag usually shows.
She also keeps the books of the doc
tor, and is his valuable aid in the
laboratory. If -every good fellow
could only find a package In the prize
bag like the doctor, life wouldn't be so
If you happen to see a little man
with a little black bag in his hand, and
on a sort of a dog-trot most of the
time, that is Dr. Utz, who is kept
busy "nswering the many calls placed
on the tab at his desk.
All of the doctors agree that the city
Is particularly free from sickness at
the present time.
Uncle George Meek, the veteran
editor of the International, has all that
his office can do in Job printing, while
he is also getting out a fine local paper,
with lots of good live "stuff" in it ev
The business of the Douglas streetj
railway ha3 Increased to such an ex
tent that the company has imported
one of the Coronado railway coaches
used formerly between Alamogordo
and Cloudcroft. The next thing will
be the electrifying of the road and its
extension to Agua Prieta.
George F. Reay, the manager of the
Douglas Commercial company, has
succeeded in givng to Douglas one of
the handsomest and best appearing
grocery establishments to be found in
the city. The appearance of the well
filled shelves is -sufficiently enticing to
induce a man to get married, Just to
be able to patronize his store. That
he Is a progressive man is shown by
his 'display ad., appearing in this Issue
of The Review.
Ben Slaughter has been appointed
a deputy sheriff and assigned to duty
in this city one of the best selections
ever made by Dell Lewis.
Chinese Inspector Connell is one of
the best and most efficient officers in
thp cirvlr nf onr TTncle Samuel. He
comes mighty near knowing all the Ah I
Lungs, Two Lungs, Three Lungs, etc., i
there are In his bailiwick.
Captain Rynning and Lieutenant
Jack Foster are out of the city.presum
ably on the trail of Billy Stiles who
hastily made away from the sepulchre
city when the U. S. Grand Jury indict
A good right hand man, one that can
always be depended on under any cir
cumstances Is not only a pleasure but
a delight. George Hardiker Is mighty
lucky in having Just that kind of a
man In Will Bayless who handles his
end of the business of the Douglas
Improvement with an alacrity that is
wonderful. He has every detail at
the ends of his finger tips.
The booze, the booze, the dreadful
booze has been raising Ned with the
colored population lately Couple of
them are now in the colored quarters
of heaven as a result of too much
booze, booze, booze.
W. E. Grey train dispatcher at Doug
las is one of (he most popular of offi
cials connected with the E. P. & S. W.
R. R. Mr. Grey was for years train
dispatcher for the Santa Fe at Raton
and is marked, away up on the top
shelf as an expel t at keeping two
trains from passing on the same track.
A. Mj Case, a crack rifle shot living
in Douglas has been signed to give ex
hibition shots at Fort Worth, Texas,
for the week of October 5th next. Mr.
Case can drive a call at a hundred
yards he will make the Texans think
there is something doing when he gets
; Conductor Dan Darragh has re
sumed duty after a short vacation.
.The "Thirteen" club Is now only the
twelve club, for George Vaughn has
gone and left the club a. member short.
They gave the departing member a
warm send-off last Saturday night.
Tom Percell is again navigating
trains across the continent of Arizona
as well as filling with much' credit the
chairmanship of the grievance com
mittee? but under tho skillful hand of
the chairman, there isn't much to
grieve about on the B. P. & S. W.
Ben Stlllman, son pf the proprietor
of the Ord hotel was the first white
child born In BIsbee or the Warren
The Douglas Improvement company
have about completed the rearrange
ment of their handsome offices. A
new vault has been constructed giv
ing ample room for the large safe and
the keeping secure from fire valuable
papers. An addlton has also been
built for the supply department and
in the office a handsome grill cornice
is being Installed. The company has
Just received the poles, on which" will
be strung the electric light wires,
over which will be supplied the lights
for public and- private lightng.
E. R, Pirtle company are offering
'-- In their addton to Douglas town-
site at a very low price, and assur
ances are made that they will advance
In value to thrice their present quota
tions. Special attention s called to the
special sale which is to be held to
morrow (Monday) at the Emporium.
A glance at the prices quoted in their
advertisement in the Review of today
will convince all of the remarkable re
ductions in prices made for this sale.
It should be borne in mind that when
Curry & company make an offering of
this kind, the values are precisely as
stated, and the genuineness of the off
erings cannot be questioned. It is
suggested therefore that all take ad
vantage of this opportunity to make a
dollar do the work of two.
One of the most pleasant recollec
tions of the ball given at the Copper
Queen store on the evening of the cel
ebration b 11 was the dancing. In
which participated Miss Henel Grey,
the petite little daughter ofthe efficient
train dispatcher of the E. P. & S. W.
By her charm oX manner and per
fect poise this charming little lad
won the hearts of many admirers.
Modest, affable, genial, devoid of a
that is pretensive. Miss Grey owns
everything in sight.
The refreshments were made doub
ly attractive by the kind attention
given all by Mrs. W. E. Grey, wife of
the estimable tcain dispatcher of the
E. P. &. S. W. R. R. at the ball of the
governor and who did everything in
her power to make it pleasant for all
who happened to come withir her Ju
Mrs. Alfred Paul, the charming little
wife of the King of j.he Sonera district
and the daughter of the genial Judge
Swain, of ToaYbstone, with her little
daughter arrived home from a visit to
the city of sepulchre name a few days
ago and much benefitted by the trip.
Pat Kennedy, the prominent busi
ness man of Tenth street has departed
and gone to Sonora where he expects
to lay up a rich treasure in this world
with strong expectations of the future.
Mr. Kennedy expects to be absent un
til about the first of September and
then he hopes to live along side Andy
Carnegie on Fifth Avenue, New York.
None wish him mere success than the
The Douglas American makes its
first appearance today and none wish
it greater success than the Review. .
George Hardiker, the general mana
ger of the Douglas Improvement com
pany with his efficient assistant Mr.
Sexton, the lawn tennis dressed artist,
of the Douglas Improvement compa
ny's engine room, have at last shown
that they can produce electric lights,
from the fact that they had the "juice"
turned on in their own engine room on
Wiednesday last, and only through a
three horse power generator. It Is to
be hoped that they will at an early day
be able to demonstrate that they will
hi ahle tn slvp thp rml what thov er
j ardently desire and that is light.
PITTSBURG & HECLA.
The Pittsburg & Hecla Development
company is one of the latest to begin
development work in the Warren dis
trict. This company has secured
twenty-flve claims lying between the
Solomon Springs and Portage Lake
groups. The property Is known some
times as the Gold Hill group. Mr. D,
H. Collins, of Pittsburg, where the
owners live. Is in charge of the busi
ness of the company here, and Thomas
Tate is superintendent of the work
being done. About twenty men are
employed. Work was commenced on
a shaft on June 24th. It Js now down
Mirrors are never so well cleaned
and polished as when wet newspapers
are used for the first process and soft,
dry, crumpled-papers for the last. If
the mirrors are very much soiled, with
flyspecks for Instance, put amonla in
the water. Soap should not be used
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GEO. B. REAY
A Few Specialties
DOUGLAS, A. T.
Blanke's Famous Coffees,
"Pride of the Valley"
Hay and Grain
High Patent Flour
Out of Town Orders Solicited
Free Delivery to all Parts of the City
Water should be used when it first
boils, or it becomes fist. . ,., ...
D DON LUIS!!
When Passing Between
BISBEC and NSCO
Just Stop in- and Try a Glass of Our
MAIER & ZOBELEIN BEEB
Every Person Com
pliments Us on the
of Our Beer
A frill Stock of The Choicest
.Wines, Liquors and Cigars, Too.
YOU WILL HMD EVERYTHING NEAT,CLEAN AND
ATTRACTIVE AT THE.
C. W. Hull, Proprietor.
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