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BISEEE DAILYlREVIEW SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 19, 1903.
FROM ALL OVER ARIZONA
DEATH OF DR. WATKINS.
On Tuesday forenoon last Dr.
Isaac Henry Wlitklns, alter a lingering
Illness, passed to the great bejond.
Seven years ago Dr. Wutklns came
to Benson with his family, and has re
dded here since up to the time of his
demise. He was aged 42 years and
was a native of South Collna.
In the medical world Dr. Watklns
and store room space. Forty thous
and ordinary- building brick will go
into the suueture and seven thousanj
Are brick will be utilized in direct con
nection in the new boiler.
By the first of August the new op
erating room a St. Mary's hospital
will be completea. It is to be first
class in every particular. Q. Monier
has the contract and Cnailic V.liit-
Vfll nntnlioroil jmnnc tthtk hct In Hi.. I
territory. He was affable and soda-1 lltad. tne contractor, is In charge of
ble, and generous to a fault, and he j tho carpenter work,
had not an enemy except himself. He The flooring has been laid on the
was everybody's friend and had an J upper stories of the big Hotel Santa
open hand to the need. Rita. There is every prospect of the
Dr. Watklns was honored and highly building being completed an dthe fur
respected by all who knew horn, and , nlture located by October 1st, a good
he had a host of friends. season for an auspicious open'ng.
The funeral was held from the The iron girders will be in position
family residence Wednesday at 11 a. ' on the Goldbaum-Hoff building. South
m., and was largely attended. Rev. stone avenue, by the end of next week
W. H. Sowell conducted the services, ' ani then Contractor II. McMillen will
both at the home and at the grave, proceed with the work of constructing
and he conslled the bereaved ones two stories above the basement, the
with tender words. A choir com- contractors expecting to turn over the
posed of Mesdames Sanders, Minton, building by September 15.
Etz and JlcCorkle, sang beautifully Frank H. Hereford's handsome new
words that are soothing to broken dwelling will be ready shortly for oc
The pall bearers were. W. M. Zeek, The big bakery and cracker xnauu
John Grandy, Henry Waktor, George factory is already planned and It i
Hath, George Etz and W. C. Ferris. expected to start bhortly and be ready
The remains were interred in the for occupancy by September 1. CHI
Benson cemetery. zen-
Deceased leaves to mourn his loss i
a widow and five children. Mrs. Bennie I ARIZONA SUNSHINE.
Benton, Frank Eaker, Edith, Paul and To one wno has uecn there, says
Nina. Casper W. Hodgson, in Sunset Maga-
The floral offerings were numerous 2lne or jiaVt the name Arizona, first
and beautiful, quite completely cov- of a1 suggests sunshine and plenty of
ering the casket and grave. Benson lt x0w here on the globe is sunshine
Press. j more abundant, more appreciated or
more harmless. Indeed a sunstrokp
SUNDAY CLOSINo. bas never t,een recorded in this ter-
All territories are tinder the imme- rltory. Though all good Arizonans
dlate supervision of congress and j,ave crossed the Hassayampa river,
amenable to Its laws. On the statute which act. according to tradition, dl
books of the federal government is a vests one of the power to tell the
Sunday closing law that Is said to be , truth. I believe their records are accu
appllcable to all the territories anJ t rate as to -sunstroke. The explana
that it will soon be enforced. In tion is found in the fact that heat is
Alaska the United States marshal has EOt EO much a matter of thermometer
been instructed to close all saloons as 0f humidity.
and busines-s houses on Sunday and j
the same order Is to be given in Ok
lahoma, New Mexico and Arizona.
The dry hot air of the Arizona des
ert is invigorating to the Initiated
One can learn to love the deserf
In Juneau several saloon keepers have There the sunrises and sunsets are in
already been arrested for keeping j tensely beau'iful and nowhere on
their business places open on the Sob- Parth richer in color This is some
bath. A few days ago Arizona had a timPs called Sun-Pt Land. It
Sundar law that applied to incor- i might also be called Land of Sunrise
porated cities, but it was not observeJ
to any extent. Arizona is too new .i
country to put Into effect the rules
governing more populous sections of
the "United States and it would appear
that Sunda laws in the main would be
Ignored. Mohave Miner.
RAIN AT PHOENIX.
The summer rain -season was offi
cially opened In Phoenix and the sur- (
rounding country yeslerday morning a t
little before 9 o'clock. It rained in all ,
parts of the valley that could be heard
from, and everywhere the precipitation
Teas greater than in town, where it
amounted only a little more than half
an inch. (
The hardest rain was in th Catei
creek country and that stream broke I
the record by having two floods In a
single day. The first was caused by a j
heavy storm which passed around the
city to the north on Tuesday even as.
Earlyyesferday morning the flood '
bw ept across the Arizona canal, a ,jart j
of it crossed the Grand, and the id
rance guar dot It crossed the Maricopa ,
The banks of the two first canals we
somewhat damaged. A great deal of i
the country about Glendale was under
water, the floors of some of the housoo
Rolled Steel and Metallic Cas
kets. Embalming - specialty
Ijidv anslstant for ladies and
f UioO to niyht calls
Telephone No. 15.
t 1 t ; i ittniijfi
B. P. O. E.
Blsbee Lodge 671
meets First and
Third Fridays of
each month. ViJ
J. C. Callagban,
C. E. RInehart.
THE SCHOOL TAX.
It was a happy thought of Assembly
man Webb, of Graham county to
change the name of the poll tax to
the school tax. It has never Before
in this country been paid so wiliiuzly
Collector Drane has already issuc-1 ' Blsbee Aerie no. it, fraternal ur
U24 receipts, amounting to 42.S10. der of Eagles, meeU every first and
That Is by no means a'l of the tax to "" """ ;, , """"-
That is by no means nearly all of the 'U"B uagies '"" ''
tax to be collected, Dut it is more
than has ever been collected so ear'y
the stason. About fifty Chlnan on
who are cot on the great register have
F. O, E,
Blsbee Aerie No. 175, Fraternal Or-
L. A. BROWN, W. P.
SOL ROSENBLAD. W. S.
PROF. FITCH GOES EAST.
Professor Ferris S. Fitch, who re
tired from the Territorial Unlvcrsl'y
last week has gone to Detroit, Michi- ( J
gan, and other eastern points in con
nection with this large mining enter-
Queen Lodge No. f
A. O. U. W. mee-ti
each Saturday even
lng in Library Hall
V 1 b lUng brother
Frank Sinclair, Master Workman
C. W. Hicks, Fin.acier.
Lewis Hnnt, Recorder.
Tjnd Mark OiADter No.
R. A. M. Regular convoc
Uons third Tuesday li
each month. 8:15 p. m
Visiting companions lt
good standing gladly received.
J. MUIRHEAD, H. P.
FRANK J. GRAF, Sec
prise, the Weldon Mining company,
which is now developing its mines in ,
tfce Quijoatoa district. j
Tho Star says depth of the lower
workings require heavier machinery
which Mr. Fitch will provide for at .
oflce, as it is the intention of tho com
pany to increase the number of min-, J
ers as fast as room can be made for i
them in the lower workings. j
Mr. Fitch is now devoting his en-j UNITED MODERNS NO. 160
tire time to this mining enterprise in Meet 2nd and 4U Mondays at 8 p. to
which he, with his associates, have at Opera House halL Visiting member
Invested over $120,000, and v cordially Invited. C. C. Warner, Chair
will probably Invest half as much ' M- E. Crank. Sec'y.
more In equlpmenL I "
Ex-Governor Giddings Is the super- NACO LODGE, NO. 20, A. O. U. W.
internment at the mines, and reDOrts Naco Arizona.
the showing In the lower workings to Master Workman, K. C. Hicks; Fl
be most flattering. Indeed much bet
ter than there was reason to expect.
TUCSON BUILDING NOTES.
Qulntus Monier, the contractor, is
building an addition to the boiler house
at the Southern Pacific shops, where
in la located an additional boiler hav
ing a capacity of 150 horse power. The
building is 30x75 feet added to tho old
and will admit of more office room
nancler, W. R. Chaffin; Recorder
E. L. Kennedy. Meets eack Wednt
day evening in Madden' opera kons
Vlsitlnsr brothers cordially invited
Kathboce Lodge No
10, K n 1 ghU o!
Pythias meets ever;
Tuesday evening 1 1
Library Hall. Visit
lng brothers cordial
Thos. Constable, C. C
M. B. Morse, K. R. S.
Improved Order of Red
HX tt aleQ' '-ocaise Tribe is. 7
IjfcfeUirest evp-r Thursday
SWsj? H-"11- Vlsltinr brotien
ati?1 cordially invited.
Joliu W, Muller, Sachem.
Dr. Edmundson, Medicine Man.
W. D. Klnsey, Chief of Records.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Warren Camp, No. 9, meets tain)
3unriT of pnrh month T.5n n
it Central House office, near floodgate
C. C. Crawford,
C. N. Thomas, Counsellor Com.
Perfect Ashlar Lodge No. 12
F. ft A. M., meets first Thurs
day of each month. Visltlm
brethren cordially invited to attend
I. L. BROWN, Secretary.
H. M. WOODS, W. M.
:gff. Blsbe Lodge no. 10, I. O
5g3BBfO. F., meets every Wednei
--Suff day evening. Visiting broti
era cordially invited to attend.
F. C. FENDERSON, N. Q.
FRED Z. STONE, Sec
. . LOWELL. . .
KEG BEER ON DRAUGHT.
Furnished Rooms Upstairs
None But The Best Goods Handled
very easy terms during April and Maj
ER, HAMILTON, MASON & HAMLIr.
and KIMBALL Pianos and Organ
VOSE & SONS KINGSBURY FRANK
LIN WILLARD and many other planoi
at half the marked price. Popular 10
THE PIANOLA AND OTHER SELF
We are pioneer piano men of tt
We carry the largest Btock of planot
and general musical merchandise anl
ave in stock in our various agenclet
-iver one hundred pianos of twenty dll
.'erent makes. Write for catalogue
Redewill Music Co.,
Dubacher & Muhelm.
Liquors and Cigars
Qrewery Avenue Blsbee. Arizona
CHEAP CASH STORE
CHOICE TAMILY GROCERIES,
Fresa fruits of all kinds received dally
WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
Goods delivered free.
MEDIGOVICH & NOBLE.
C. M. HENKEL
EI Paso Northeastern
in connection with the
ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM,
is the Short Line between El Paso, the
great Southwest, and Kansas City,
Chicago, St. Louis .Memphis and prin
cipal points Eaat, North and Southeast.
Elegant Pullman, Standard and
Tourist Slepers, Free Reclining Chair
Cars and Day Coaches on all trains.
Dining Car Service Unexcelled.
Practical Watchmaker & Jeweler
Call on nearest aeent for full in
formation, or addess the undersigned.
N. B. For a handsomely illustrated
booklet desrlptlve of
the Premier Summer Resort of the
Southwest, send four cents postage to
A. H. BROWN.
General Passenger Agent E .P. & N. E.
System. El Paso. Texas.
Don't drink, but if you do
Go to the QEIVI
Where You Alwajri Get the Be.t
Wine rooms in rear
MATTHEMS & MARTIN, Props.
The Wave Candy Factory
ICE CREAM PARLOR
3HERI.ERTS, FINE CIGARS AND
at Rooms for Ladies. Ice Cream
'or parties on ohort notice.
32B werv Gulch. oPP.Vieuua Bakery
CARRIE REYMANN LODGE, NO. I
Degree of Honor, A. O. U. W.
Meets 11. Library Hall 2d and 4tl
Thursday In each month. VlslUnj
brothers and sisters cordially Invited.
Ilary Gill Adelaide Kindred,
Recorder Chief of Hosot
Try, the new Lone Star bakery. tf
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Bowen & Henderson
Palace Livery, Feed and Hack Stable
Maton's Old Stand. Upper Main Street.
Hack at all hours. Good rigs and Careful Driver
8pe:UI Attention Given to Boarding of Horm
J J. Itoweit
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5 "SflSStS BISBEE, ARIZONA
M. J. BROWN
Justice of the PeaceNotary Public
Ex-Offlclo Coroner unci Conveyancer
post Office Bojr, 556. Celcphonc, No. 80. Office, No, 20 jvialn Street
.... CAPITAL STOCK $25,000 ....
Yard Located at Lowell Office at the yard and Dub.icber Bid.
Directors: Anton Trojanov-ich, Harry iii own, J. B Anguis
James Wood, Emil Marks
Officers: Anton Trojanovich, President Harry Brown, Sec.
J. B. Unguis, Treasurer
A Full Line of Timbers and Lumber of all Descriptions
Twenty Carloads on Hand
.L. J. OVERLOOK, Manager. Telephone Ho. W. ?
' We buy In car load lots and meet all Competitors. Good delivered 5
X to all parts of the City. it
HAY AND GRAIN Ranchers' and Miners' CucuLUi 5
Bisbee Mercantile Co.
CHOICE FAHILY GROCERIES
A. W. Wood
O. K. Livery
FLETCHER & WOOD.
successors to p. Graham & Co
(O. K Livery and Sa(e Stables)
First cla driving and saddle horset.
Horses boarded by the day or month.
THE ANHEUSER BEER HALL,i
BOSTON & BROWX
KEG BEER ON DRAUGHT i
fREE LUNCH II A. M. TO 3 P. M. m
L & 0. BAR AND RESTAURANT
O I'KTE 1KPASK ROUT. OSTKJfS
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
17 Main Street.
Choicest Liquors The Best and
and Cigars J& J& Coldest Beer
SHIPP & TATE,
riUSICAL ATTRACTIONS NIGHTLY
WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS
Keg Beer on Draught
fINEST RESORT IK THE TERRITORY
MUSICAL ATTRACTIONS NIGHTLY
Upper Main Street