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BlaBEE DAILY REVIEW. THURSDAY MORNING, SEPT. 4, 190S.
Angeles. Bend tor
trf bo ik on
Try Halgler at the California Mar
ket for pastry and vegetables. 8-29
: yoar grocer tor Eureka Lemon
mjftract. onlr nannfaetmrad h
L lUMt Oo, Benton, risoaa.
MOTEL WILSON, 12S W. First SL
Wall Heated, airy rooms, neatly
fsr&lsaed and clean. European
mUo. Rate 50c to $1.50 per day.
All street can pass tbe bouse.
Mr. Voglesteln Calls- and Gives
TIM Blsbee Drug Co. U constantly
isoelTlng large supplies of drags and
tudrlee, ao tkelr stock Is kept fresh,
aatf tbe dispensing Is done by compe
tent .pharmacists on.yl wbch Injures
promptness, and accuracy.
Wkei you want to rent a konse call
aal see Wallace's list. No trouble to
sfcow souses, horse and wagon always
at tsa door. 1. W. Wallace 8-13-tf
For up-to-date photographs go to
Coyle's Studio, opposite Postofflce,
Blsbee, Arizona. S-5 Sm
W. H. Anderson, senior member of
tbe grocery firm of Andresoa & Cull,
has returned from his vacation, spent
at Los Angeles and nearby coast
The September Issue of Fashions,
published by Messrs. Fr2nkenhrg
Bros. & Newman, reached us today,
and It maintains the high standard of
the past year. It will be eagerly
soueht after by the customers of the
THE DIAMOND DRILL.
The Drill people have been await
ing for some days the arrival of the
Iron casing with which they protect
their operations and meanwhile they
have been unable to do much sinking.
However, a shipment of the necessary
Iron pipe arrived at the BisbPe depot
yesterday and was delivered on the
Junction property, where they will
promptly be made use of by the hust
ling drill crew. There is a good deal
of guessing going on respecting the
(Copyright. 1903. by C. B. Lwls.
ANS," says Mr. Voglesteln ash
he comes In meln shop one
day; "it vha8 all In philoso
phy. Der more you haf de'rt
petter you get along. Work vbas all
worry vbell, but philosophy vhas pet
ter. "If some customer don't come In bow
vbas I to get some shoes to fix oop?" I
"Don't you see? If no one comes la
you don't haf no work. If you don't
haf no work you safe wax und shoe
pegs." It wasn't how mooch you earn,
but bow mooch you safe. Look at my
case. If I work all day In my garden 1
safe $2;doCI pay to wme mans, but at
der same time I drink ?2.00 worth of
lieer-tat' don't Slwork und vbas seexty
ccnts ahead. You alt right here like
"ASH AN OLI HOUSE Tiro TO A ro-T HE
was woirru S10."
some bumps on a log und don't haf n
philosophy, und so you vhas a poor
man all der time."
It xms dot way to me. but 1 can't
tell. 1 vhas t'inking it oafer vhen Mr
Voglesteln goi" on mit:
Do you pt'llef Mr. Itockerfeller vhas
tZ5. Do I buy him? Not on her Hfsl
1 1 shust sit down und figure dot KIop
Knhelmcr vhas an old man und but
ioniuniptloti und vhas dead py und
r.v, unil vhrn ho vhas dead dot dog
vbas only $10. Did you see py der pa
pers dot lie died last week? Yes, sir.
be vhas a dead man, und bis widow
comes oafer to ine und t.ays dot dog
vhas only fife dollar. Py some pblloso
pby I safe shust ?20."
"ISut you wait three years," I says.
"Dot thas so. Hut listen to me. In
Cose three years dot dog bites foui
.fcliool children, und Kloppenhelmer
1 as to pay each om f 10. Dot make
WO In my pocket."
"But der dog vbas also three year'
"So he ihos, Hans co he vhas. but
In dose three years be learns to hite on
old bones und let children's legs alone.
She vhas straight philosophy, und yon
can't beat him. How vhas It vben I
buys an old horse of Schammer for
$107 Ash an old horse tied to a popt-iie
vlias only worth $10. tbut vben. I uutie
hbn und let blm walk on der street car
tKk und he vhas killed I get $50,dani,J
"Wf- if" uuuur iroiu teeny leaves
? to put down In my hind pocket,
Viy don't you send out der growle?
und get some peer?"
"I'ecause peer vhas so high," I says.
"Here vhas some philosophy again,"
says Mr. Voglesteln. "If peer vhas
cheap you get enough for 10 cents for
both. If It vbas dear you get enough
for your company, und he goes nvhay.
und says you vhas a good feller. See?"
I saw, und I send out der growler,
mlt 10 cents-. Vhen she conies back I
drink oop all der peer py myself.
"Here. Low vhas It?"ays Mr. Vogle
"It vhas philosophy," I says.
"Vliy, if one man drinks der pp-r nad
der odder man smells of der growler it
makes a brewery und : cobbler shop i-i
one, und ue vbas both happy."
uepin 10 wnicn tnese people nave lor szsmh Not any. He vhas a good
reached, and one mav hear estimates I pumper: but he pumps mit his brains
reeth iK-cause he goes out in der morn
ing und pumps oop kerosene oil all day I 'DK on his return to Douglas after a
OTHER LOCAL NEWS.
BBSliBiili . .""T'
A. Lamoreux, manger of the local of
fice of the Postal Telegraph company,
left yesterday for Benson to recuper
ate from the effects of a alight attack
Whist is finished at the gym for the
present and the devotees of the cue
will now have their fling at the ivor
ies. Bowling is coming in for its
share of popularity also.
Chinese Inspector Charley Connell
passed through here Wednesday even
ranging all the way from 200 to COO
feet, but of course nothing Is given out
respecting the advance made nor the
character of the formation.
tea baking powder
coffe flavoring extracts
and perfect dealing ; your gro
cer returns your money if not
to your liking.
The Wave Candy Factory
ICE CREAM PARLOR
SHEREERTS, FINE CIGARS AND
Private Rooms for Ladies. Ice Cream
for parties on ohort notice. -
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATORS
8ALE OF REAL ESTATE.
Notice Is hereby given, that in pur
suance of an order of the Probate
Court vrf Cochise Gounty, Territory of
Arizona, made on the 23d day of Au
gust, A. D. 1903. Jn the matter of
the Estate of C. W, Scott deceased,
the undersigned Administrator of the
said estate, will sell at private sale
to the highest bidder, for cash lawful
money of the United States 'and sub
ject to confirmation by said Probate
Court, on or after the 17th day of
September, 1903, at 10 o'clock ta. m. at
the office of C. T. Clark, in the City
of Blsbee, Cochise county, Arizona
Territory, of the right title, and in
terest and estate' of the said C. W.
Scott at the time of his death. In
and to all that certain lots, pieces
and parcels of land situate, lying and
being in the said County of Cochise
Territory of Arizona, known as tfie
Wedge Mining Claim, a fraction, sif
Fractloa situate in the Warren
Cochise County, Arizona Territory, Re
corded in Book 22, at Page 256, Rec
ords of Mines.
The Last Chance Mining Claim, a
Fraction situated in the Warren
Mining District, Cochise County, Ari
zona Territory, Recorded in Record
ers office, Cochise County, Arizona
Territory, In Book 22, at Page 257,
Record of Mines. These Fractions
are adjoining the Cemetery east of
Terms of sale. Cash Ten percent of
the purchase -money to be paid to the
Administrator, on the day of sale. Bal
ance on confirmation of sale by said
Done at the City -of Blsbee,' Arizona.'
this 3d day of September. A. D. 1903.
FRANK H. BOPP
-4 14d Administrator of said Eatate
instead of bis hands. He has some phi
losophy. He says If be pumps oop ker
osene all day dot vhas $2-V but if he
pumps oop der price a cent a gallon
dot vhas $l..Vj0.fC0. Dot settles It. und
der price goes oop."
"But I don't haf some kerosene to
pump," I says.
"Dot vbas no deeference. You put a
cement patch on a shoe for 10 cents.
Suppose you put der price" oop to 20?
Dot means you get shust as mooch for
fife patches ash for ten, 'und you safe
one-half on vork und material. Dot
vhas philosophy, und if you haf some
pralns you vhlll know it"
"But der public won't stand for
twenty cent patches."
"Pecanse why? Pecause der public
don't haf philosophy der same ash
you. You must educate der public oop
to her. Can't anypody see dot lemons
at 20 cents a dozen vhas petter ash
lemons at 10! You simply haf to say
twice ten vhas twenty, und 20 cents
vhas twice ash good ash 10."
I make ready to put a lift on a
( heel und can't figure him out, und In a
ireuc uiue jir. ogejsiein Keeps on:
"Take der case of some railroad pres
ident. Vben some money vhas to be
safed does be go on a train ash brake
man und safe $40 a month end show
dot money to der directors und brag
oafer her? Of course not. He goes py
philosophy. He kays to himself: 'Here
vhas 150,000 men. If I cut der wages
of each man down 10 ner cent dot
makes $.".0,000 a year for our pocket'
Und he shust writes a Ieetle order, und
It vhas done. Dot vhas pralns. Hans;
dot vhas philosophy, und you can see
why you vbas always a poor man."
"But if I haf no mans bow can I cut
wages down?" I nsk.
"Cut down your own. If you figure
dot you vhas a dollar a day den take
feefty cent off. Dot alonc:-BiakesT6u.
$3 per week. If you take' feefty cents!
a" day off your wages und do twice ah
mooch work ash now It vbas $C a week
for yojj. Any fool can. figure dot out."
I go ahead mit dot lift und can't see
how it vhas, und Mr.;VogIesteIn walks
around und smiles und chuckles und
vhas a proud mans. In ten minutes be
"Take my case again. Hans. I like
to go half a mile on der street car der
odder day, but It vhas fife cents. Dot
street car line vhas four miles long. It
vhas fife cents for four mile or half a
mile. Mv Dhllosonhv tells me dot rlerp
vhas eight itlfegi$ rur miles. I,
therefore walk Ma Mider end of dot
line und ride fourTnlles for fife cents,
nnd safe fifteen cents. It vhas only a
trifle, but It shdwsTyou how philosophy
works. Take anodder case. Last spring
I like some strawberries. Der price
vhas feefty cents a box. Do I rush
right out und puy some und eat 'em
oop? Not mooch! My philosophy tells
me to wait for awhile, und I wait, nnd
yesterday I buy bananas at feefteen
for a quarter. Py golly, Hans, I wist
you vhas a philosopher, but I am
afraid you vbas too old to learn."
A man comes in to see about half
soles on bis shoes nnd goes out again,
and Mr. Vogelstein stands oop mlt his
thumbs in der armboles of hls,vest nnd
trip to Tombstone and Pearce, where
be effected the capture if three Chi
nese. Richard Arndt has relocated in Bls
bee and is at the forge of the Spiay
blacksmith shop. Arndt has been at
the Douglas reduction works of the
Copper Queen company as foreman ot
the blacksmith 'shop.
Willie Kelly, the famous boy driller,
of the-team of Kelly and Enright,'
who won the boys' contest In the
Fourth cf July drilling contests here,
left yesterdar for-Santa Fe, New Mex
ico, where-"he-will enter.school.
FROCKS AND FRILLS.
The Fair Store The Fair Store
The Fair Store
ARRIVAL OF NEW GOODS r111 ? ?'"; day. t,at we cannot. Prom
,i .,m- m ... 7 i,. .. r vrvr'w' ls adewp ion of the rendy-to wr novelties., gnac
?r,e IT P " W'" lry t0 keep you p0sted ai to how the PricM rntf. "'" the intefmedUt
Our Latest Arrivals,
Women's Shirt Waists.
You can safely lely on this line (although only
about four dozen in the lot) as being correct in ftvle
as they come from one of the leading makers of New
York. Oxford, Cheviot and Grenadipc effect' irliirbt
and medium .colors, comprise the weaves in column
stuffs while catbmere und velours are among the most
conspkinus in tbe woolen poeds. The' sleeves are of
-aheiBifchop order, but high cuffs, military style, are
tlieiflnest, while large buttons are 'still in vojiue.
'.fr-ie S3'50 to $3 50. The nlk walstfr'are only of the
Wt Lrjuisicne silk and range Irom $6.5b tr$1260.-
The fall lasts in mf-n'-i. women's and children's shoes
ar more than r ceivlng tb-ir share of praise. Our
ftls are exului-e, the leather and workmanship of
the be-t and ihf prices a cl.. ap as can be had in any
p.irt of the Urittd States, tak ng the kicd of shoe
building in comparison. Widths AA to EE, sizes in
m n's, o to U4, women's )i tc8, children's 1 to 11,
Misses 11 6 to-'
The New Etamine
and Silh Shirts
Can now best be seen in our large how window.
1 he fashions are almost Indiscribabl.., rtd gtillMtie
most beHUtiful effect evertbow. berelntha.arlety
From $12-60 to $15.00 and mostly mide wiib sedaxate
drop skirts which g?vs them a more jtraoeiul hang,
Stocky and . .'.
,8B ehiffim re shown in a profusion' of col.
."d,(ie.iifns.Theivprv latest, in vn0 ih. r...
tf-nberV'laVe eoIInr. with mchnn ,r.i ., ao ..
wh)frthlrk'il(cks4neXrom35cto $2 each,-- '
sre shon In more thiin six'y styles, in cornels hair
and felt, in Ox'otd t'rey, blue, black, green, red and
is un'ler the supervi-ifn of our hrad shoe man
where all work U laiefu 1 ii siected before leaving
tne p'ace Only oak 1 aimed leather used in repairing
THE FAIR FrankcnberK Brs. & Newrran,
a Neighbor's ' "a.
Grak Lawn a Popular Pabrlt-Xen
A biscuit colored gown patterned In
blue Is charming with a hat of tuscan
or chip, trimmed with wreaths of for
getmenot's and reseda ribbon and ac
eompanletliby a pale blue sunshade.
Grass lawn is a fabric which makes
Ideal frunimer gown and Is eitremely
smart when inlet with motifs of ivory
lace cr insertions. Crepe de chine in
an Ivory white shade Is appllqued with
lace of the deepest ecru and string
color, nnd many of these gowns have
plaited flounces or spotted net or
uroaa insertions of the net adorned
wun incrustations of lace and tiny
edges of drawn ribbon.
Champagne colored cambric with
black embroidered spots and figures is
very smart, with creamy Insertions
Owes his Life to
Mr. D. P. Daugherty. well known
throughout Mercer and Summer coun
ties, West Virginia, most likely owes
his life to the kindness of a ne'ghbor.
He was almost helplessly afflicted
with diarrhoea; was attended by two
physicians who gave him little, ill
any; relief, when a neighbor learning
of his serious condition, brought him a '
bottle ot Chamberlaln.'s Colic, Cholera !
and Diarrhoea Remedy, which cured
him In less than tw'enty-four hours
For sale by all druggists. tf.
Real Estate .
to First Na
Two business lots next
tional Bank, $5200.00
Two business lots in the blrck
from tbe Copper Queen
Residence lots and bouses.
for sale by
Ii. CLAY HERRICK
562, Tenth street. Bank of Douglas
uiuiuinsr, uougias, Arizona.
Harness & Saddles
and all Kinds of
REPAIRING DONE AT
'!. H. HUGHES
Next to O K Liyerr
P-c Lowell Saloon I
Private Rooms Tor
Families and Parties
" WILL HANKINS, Propprietor
BUCK CRIPrOX BAT.
drawn through with ribbon. Tbe very
fine lawn with an amplitude ofemj
uiuiunur uriiutrai mcrusiaiions oriacp
"Haas, do I look like some sprint:
cWckens? Ton bet I aat Ton know
oppenbelmeT, of smm. VaB. three
smftst when relieved with a briib't
lor.T?oie de chine and iraze de sole
are exceedingly ethereal textures "fir
silk which have a semltransp'ffrl'nn
enecx ana are inlet with lace, "and
mounted In a different, but quite soft,
tint. y ' k.
The black -dress has amazing oppor?
lumties tins .year allied to the cob
webby lace of tbe hour. Another
stupid tradition has been swept away
ny tne acceptance of the fact that the
effect of coolness is quite as much a
matter of material as of color. A
floating black gown, for instance,
through which glimpses of tbe neck
aad arms are revealed. Is infinitely
replete with cool sammer sugges
tion a heavy robe of caaraa
The picture shows a black rbMtaa
hat almply trimmed with three oatrkfe
s T. JDD1C CaOLLET.
Our Contract Holders se. ...
far Have Consisted Princi
pally of Business Men
First they investigate pur plan,
then invest in a contract.- -
j-.. jpeaKS wen tor
the Plan, Doesn't it?
. I misht be;wpll to send for a
. pamphlet and satisfy yourself.
Qrrtee Ln Dubacher Bldg .
Bisbee, - - Ariz.
Has one of the most complete JOB PRINT
ING plants in tbe Southwest, includ
ing Cylinder Presses, Ruling Machine
and Book Binding Machinery. Why,
;be subject to such long vexatious de-
lays when the .REVIEW can show "
you proof within 24a hours after work.
By increased facilities the REVIEW is en
abled to furnish Prospectuses and
Stock Certificates on short notice, in
fact everything requited in the Sta
tionery line for a mining company,
Statement of Heasurements
We pay particular attention to orders from
mining companies in Sonora.
BISBEE DAILY REVIEW;
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CHEAP CASH STORE
CHOICt FAMILY fiftOCERIE.
n tn$Waf all klassi raedvad daily.
WmM EMUOfttTAH CMMM.
Prof. Corson will open a Dancing
Scbool at the Blsbee Opera House on
sept. Stn, at 1 o'clock. Dancing class
win meet from 1 to 3 on Tuesday
ana irom 7 to 9 evenings on same day,
and front 9 to 12 will give a social
dance with all of the new and popu
lar aancea of tne day.. Private lea.
aosa every day by appointment. Chil
dren's class Saturdays from 3 to S
o'clock. U you wish to daaca come oa
tkarfest day and commence Wltii saw
bagteaers; K win be aa isasy.aa I
eaa Baaow ta.claaa.
norr. HCNNESSY, '
stoOad Meat a4 stataBte Oas
t jsmhaJaslag sfracaaKr
OaJIdrtm. jr -V ATC.
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