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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 16, 1907.
Brief City News
Mrs. J. T. Hood, accompanied by her
young son, returned to the city last
venlns Irom Los Angeles, where she
went two weeks ago on account of
the presence of scarlet fever In the
John Wessllch. tho well known old
timer, left the city yesterday after
spending a couple of s days here, re
turning to his property in the Dragoon
Mrs. Jesse Yoakum, with her son
and daughter, returned to the city last
evening ,from Santa Monica, where
they have spent the past couple of
aia-v TVI.L-Erm MinHntpndent of
the- Empire State property, located
west of the city in Tombstone Canyon,
come in last night accompanied by his
wife to spend the day hero on mat
ters of business for the company.
aV. N. Clute, manager of tho Bls
bee Extension Company, left yester
day morning for the property, Intend
ing to spend the next week or two
there supervising the installation of
the new compressor.
J. P. Christian left yesterday for
Cananea, where he will spend a couple
Frank Pettee. the expert account
ant, left for Cananea yesterday morn
ing, and In the future will make his
home In the big camp, taking charge
of the city offices of the Ortega Min
A. W. Wood left last evening for
Douglas, accompanied by his family.
On reaching the smelter city he was
joined by his brother, and they started
together for their former home in On
tario, Canada, where they will spend
the next two months visiting relatives.
Miss Nellie Tilley returned to the
city yesterday morning from Los An
geles, where she spent the summer
months visiting relatives.
Harry Locke, well known mining
man, came into the city 'ast evening
from the Bisbee Extension property,
situated in Tombstone Canyon. He
will spend a, couple of days here on
P. J: Tehaney left yesterday morn
ing for Douglas, from which point he
Intended going to Fronteras, In which
district he Is interested In some min
D. McKee, heretofore employed at
the Sierra de Cobre property of the
Phelps-Dodge Company, arrived in the
city last evening from Cananea, and
will leave today for Nacozari, where
he will locate in the future.
Mrs. H. Fletcher, wife of the man
ager of the Greene Cattle Company's
store at Hereford, arrived in the city
yesterday morning to Tislt friends.
Miss Rogers, of Cananea, arrived In
the city yesterday evening, and will
spend a few days here visiting friends.
At 8 p. m., Thursday, August 15,
1907, at the home of the bride's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Dayton Graham,
Upper Tombstone Canyon, Bisbee,
Arizona. William F. Loan and Miss
Emma J. Graham, the Rev. Harvey M.
Shlldes officiating, with Miss Bertha
Howard and R. M. Gunderson acting
as bridesmaid and best man.
Collation was served after the cere
rnoney. Mr. and Mrs. Loan were the
recipients of numerous beautiful and
After a short visit In Douglas, they
will return and make their home at
No. 30 Quality Hill.
Many good wishes will follow these
excellent young people.
For Review job ana business office
call phone 39.
FUNERAL TAKES PLACE
At 2 o'clock . yesterday afternoon
the funeral of Mrs. D. D. Godfrey took
place from the Roman Catholic
Church, Rev. Father Amalerlc officiat
ing at the ceremonies. A number of
friends of the deceased and the hus
band were in attendance. The Inter
ment took "lace at Evergreen Ceme
tery. Mrs. Godfrey died at Cananea
on Tuesday after a brief Illness of
apoplexy. Her husband will return to
the big camp across the border this
The Rev. Harvey M. Shields united
in marriage David Johnson and Miss
Hllm'a Cederberg, Thursday morning,
August 15, 1907, at the rectory. Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. Johnson acted as the
legal witnesses. Mr. and Mrs. John
son have the well deserved good
wishes of many friends. After a wed
ding, tour In Southern California they
will return and make their home In
,. CONDITION IS IMPROVING
:Tha latest reports from the Calumet
& Arizona Hospital are to the effect
that John Kalvin, the miner, employed
by the C. & A. Company at the Oliver
shark who had his back broken while
worlJng on one of the lower levels on
Monday of this week, was slightly Im
proved. The examination or Kalvin
shortly after the .accident" brought out
the fact that his back had been broken,
but in spite of this fact the physicians
contended that his chances for life
werej good. Yesterday the patient was
able 'to move his lower limbs slightly,
and In his general condition was such
as to confirm the opinion rendered by
the Attending doctors.
DENTIST REMOVES OFFICE.
,Dr. W. E. Hankin, dentist, has re
stored his offices from the Schmidt
building to a site ot offices In the
Bank of Bisbee building os Main St.
Patrons will please take notice of the
new", location. 433
BODY IS SENT HOME ,
The body of W. B, Gupton, the miner
who was killed by falling1 Into one of
the ore shutea on a lower level of the
Lake Superior & Pittsburg shaft, of
the S. & P. Company a few days ago,
wassent home yesterday morning' to
Swaa, Ky., where his parents reside.
Gnpton was unmarried,, and had been
worKing In the Warren district for
about six months past, during which
time he built up a reputation as a care
ful and painstaking young man. His
death was mourned by the large num
ber ot friends he made during his resi
dence here. The body was accompanied
by H. B. Harding, a young man who
had Jteen a very close friends of the
Ranchr eMdsnrfng chicken."
4 Main Bt
For Review job and business office
call phone 39.
DRIVE MOTOR CYCLES RAPIDLY
For some time past It has been ap
parent that some of the people owning
motor cycles, who ride them within
the corporate limits ot Bisbee, are
unaware of the fact that there is a
city ordinance prohlbltlrig the riding
or driving of any vehicle at a faster
calt than six miles an hour within tne
city. In the cases of two different
motor cyclists this ordinance nas naa
not the slightest effect, as almost
every aiiernoon mey can ue seen nu
ing these machines through the
crowded thoroughfares at a speea
nearer to fifteen miles an hour than to
six. and making -a racket that fright
ens almost even horse along the road.
Unless this nuisance Is stopped, and
the ordinance obeyed, the city police
stated yesterday that they would try
the remedy of arresting.the riders.
BEAUTIFUL PICTURE FREE.
Farm Progress, a big monthly agri
cultural paper, devoted to the Inter
ests of tht American farmer, his home
and industries, is giving away tree
with very three-year subscription a
beautiful fruit picture, size 22x29 in.
ches, entitled "Natural Fruits." This
is a beautiful picture. In six colors,
and makes a handsome dining-room
ornament. Send 30 cents for a three
year subscription or three one-yar
subscriptions today. Address all or
ders to Farm Progress, St. Louis, Mo.
MAKES HIMSELF OFFENSIVE
For some time past it has been no
ticed at the local railroad depot that
the negro porter employed there has
taken It upon himself to start through
a crowd of people with a heavy freight
truck, without a word of warning, and
In a most surly manner. On account
of the limited space afforded for pas
sengers to get on or off the trains.
such a proceeding Is not only offensive.
but dangerous on account or tne num
ber of women and children. Yester
day afternoon the negro repeated his
usual tactic, for which he was
promptly called down In no uncertain
terms by Deputy City Marshal John
son, and In formed that he would land
In Jail If he did not use. at least com
mon sense In naming the truck
through a crowd of p'eople, and give
INQUEST IS HELD
Yesterday afternoon the Inquest
into the cause of death of the Mexican
infant that died on Chihuahua Hill at
the home of its parents on Wednes
day afternoon was held In Coroner
Hogan's office. The testimony of the
parents of the deceased child devel
oped little' further than that the baby
had been taken sick and died. Dr. N.
C. Bledsoe, who had been asked to
make a post mortem examination,
stated that the child died of what is
called sub-acute milk Infection, which
means that the Infant could not as
similate the food given to it. and prac
tically died of starvation. The physi
cian explained thV this did not mean
that the parents neglected to feed the
child, but that the food they did give
it was not digestible. The jury found
a verdict in accordance with the tes
timony of the physician.
The Ladles Amnlty Club will give
an Aoron and Nectle social and dance
at Upper Lowell Club-house tonight.
841 DANCE COMMITTEE;.
WILL EXAMINE PROPERTIES
George A. Laird, member of the firm
of Smith & Laird, left yesterday morn
ing for Cananea, in wnicn aismci ne
will spend the next few days examin
ing properties for some clients. It Is
understood that when B. S. Pelzer was
In the city a week ago he retained the
local engineer to go over some prop
erty In the Sierra Azul mountains,
about twenty-five miles southeast of
Cananea. This district is attracting
much attention at the present time
because of the fine grade of copper ore
which has been found there.
ARE SHIPPING LUMBER
During the past few days a large
number of cars laden with timber from
he Sierra Madres Land and Lumber
Company, operating In the State of
Chihuahua, have been shipped over
the E. P. & S. W. system Into Can
anea. It Is understood that from now
on most of the timber used In Can
anea will be drawn from that source,
which Is being rapidly developed.
Early yesterday mornlns aftor a
number of Mexican had enjo.-el the
whirl of the dance at the home -f nn
of their number on Naco Ro.td, and
incidentally tucked awl t .generous
portion of "Dago Red," l-ie stuff ll.at
hb.t made" O. K. Street famous; two
sons o: the sunny republic came to the
conclusion that they did not like each
other, and Immediately commenced ac
tion, each having- the intention of
making the personal appearance of the
other somewhat unpleaslng. The mill
was truly Interesting as they went at
it in strict accordance with Marquis of
Queensbury rules, and'nelther one at
tempted to bring a butcher knite Into
play. Finally one of the gentlemen
landed a hard right on the point of
his opponent's jaw, and the mill was
over. Dancing was resumed at once,
as If nothing had happened.
GO TO JOIN PARTY
M. J. Cunningham, A. J. Downs .and
B. Davidson left yesterday for the
north, having as their objective point
Morencl in Graham County, where
they intended to join W A. Schwartz
and start on the long planned hunting
trip into the White Mountains. AH
of the party were attired in the regu
lation rough and ready outfit, and car
ried with them enough ammunition to
exterminate the last trace of game fit
the territT. Schwartz went ahead
on Wednesday to prepare the trav
elling outfit, and fie party expected to
make an early' start today for the
PA8SES TO CHEAT BEYOND
Oliver C. Edward3, 40 years of age,
after an illness t hlch extended over
several months, "ed at the home of
his sister, Mrs. V. J. Shearer, 14
Laundry Hill, n Wednesday night.
The funeral services will be held in
ihfa ..tfi- of tliA noilnra nt ta Vaiann
Undertaking Company this afternoon
at 2:30 o'clock. Rev. John L. O'Nell,
pastor of the local Baptist Church, of
ficiating. OnSaturday morning Mrs.
Shearer" will1 accompany the body to
the family home in Qulncy, 111., where
the Interment will take olace.
For Review job and butlnet office
call Phone 39.
Best Prices and Best Goeds
COME IN AND SEE WHAT WE HAVE
Fresh Boneless Codfish, Two Pound
GUARANTEE PRICE3 TO BE AS LOW A8 ANY OTHER STORE.
MAKE SPECIAL DELIVERIES ANY DAY OF THE WEEK.
ARRIVE IN PONYS OR REFRIGERATOR BOXES.
WE 8END OUT THE BEST OF EVERYTHING.
One pound jars, all Kinds. Three for
PHONE IN YOUR ORDERS, AND THEY WILL BE TAKEN CARE OF.
J. B. ANGIUS, 'Phone 29
Twentieth century shoe repair-
era have a delivery wagon that
will call dally at South Bisbee
Lowell and Jlggerville. Work
received will be delivered fol-
lowing day. Waters & Son,
prop., 1 door south of Vienna
Bakery. Brewery Gulch Phone.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
Notice is hereby given that the an
nual meeting of the Stockholders of the
Cananea-Eastern Mining Company will
be held September 17th, at eight (8)
o'clock p. m., at the Copper Queen
Hotel In Bisbee, Arixona, for the pur
pose of electing a Board of Directors
for the ensuing year and transacting
such other business as may properly
come before said meeetlng.
E. P. DRAPER, Secy.
Cananea-Eastern Mining Co.
NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION.
In, trie Probate Court of the County of
Cochise, Territory of Arizona.
In the matter of the Estate of Eph-
raim Murler. Deceased,
Notice Is hereby given that Charles
Maddern, the administrator of the
above entitled estate, has filed In tills
court his final account of his admin-
istration of said estate, and has also
filed therewith a petition praying that
the residue of the same be distributed
to the persons entitled thereto, and
that tire same will be heard on Thurs
day, the 22nd day of August, A. D.,
1907 at 10 o'clock In the forenoon
of said day, at the courtroom of said
court. In Tombstone, County of Co-
chlse. Territory of Arizona, and all
persons interested In said estate are
notified then and there to appear and
show cause. If any they have, why
the prayer of said petitioner should
not be granted.
Dated August 9th, 1907.
J. E. JAMES,
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY OR
DER OF SALE OF REAL ES
TATE SHOULD NOT BE
In the Probate Court of the County of
Cochise, Territory of Arizona.
In the matter of the estate of Dan
iel McPhun. deceased.
It appearing to this court, by the
petition this day presented and filed
by Charles W. Hicks and C. E. Rine
hart, administrators of the estate of
Donald McPhun. deceased, that it is
necessary to sell the whole or some
portion of the real estate of said
decedent to pay the debt of decedent
and the expenses and charges of ad
ministration. It Is therefore ordered by this court;
That all persons interested In the es
tate of said deceased appear before
the said probate court on Monday, the
2nd day of September, A. D. 1907, at
the hour of 1 o'clock p. m. of said
day, at the court room of said court,
at the court house in the city of
Tombstone, Cochise county, Territory
of Arizona,, to show cause why an or
der should not be granted to said ad
ministrators, to sell so much ot said
real estate as shall be necessary and
that a copy of this order be published
four successive weeks In the Bisbee
Dally Review, a newspaper printed
and published in the said county ot
Dated August 1st. 1907.
FRANK W. GOODBODY.
Judge of probate Court.
CHAS. C. ANDREW
Room 2. Muhelm Block,
Special Attention Given to CM-
lection of Accounts.
JAPANE8E LABOR AGENT.
R. S. MITANI,
P. O. Box 326,
LA MESA, CANANEA, MEX.
All Labors informed In the Part
. HL Hughes
Commence Mcnoby, July 29. j
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NOTICE TO CBEDITORS.
Estate ot D. O. Chapman, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigned, the administrator ot the
estate of D. O. Chapman, deceased, to
the creditors ot and all persons hav
ing claims against the said deceased,
to exhibit them, with the necessary
vouchers within four months after
the first publication of this notice to
the said administrator at the office
of J. E. Morrison, attorney at law,
Bisbee. Arizona, the same being the
place for the transaction of the busi
ness of said estate, in said county of
J. M. McMAHON.
Administrator of the Estate ot D. O.
First Publication July 12, 1907.
NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION.
In the probate Court of the County of
Cochise, Territory of Arizona.
In the matter ot the estate of C. J.
Notice Is hereby given that John C.
Radovlch, the administrator ot the
estate ot C. J. Radovlch, deceased,
has filed in this court his final ac
count of his adminlstratoln ot said
estate, and has also filed therewith a
petition asking for the distribution of
the residue of the same to the persons
entitled thereto, and that the same
will be heard on Monday, the 19th
day o"f August, A. D.. 1907, at 10
o'clock In the forenoon of said day,
at the court room of said court in
Tombstone. County of Cochise, Terri
tory of Arizona, and all persons In
terested In the estate are notified
then and there to appear and show
cause, if any they have, why the pray
er of said petitioner sh-mld not be
Dated August 5th. 1907.
J. E. JAMES,
STAPLE AND FANCY
FIN AND ENAMELED
Special Attention Paid te
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Arrive
daily. Prompt delivery. Our Motto:
"TO PLEASE OUR CUSTOMERS."
Queen k Cafe
The only place li Slsbee w
you can pet Jurt what yon wwrt
to caL Just the way yoj like It
and Just when you want IL Now
that the hot weather l here, let
us suggest that Instead of pre
paring your own dlnnera, you
dine with us.
Prices - Reasonable
TRY AW INSERTION IN THESE
..COLUMNS FOR RESULTS..
WANTED A dining room girl at the
Broadway Dining Parlor. 853
WANTED A cook and housekeeper
for small club. Call 276. 838
WANTED Competent' cook. Apply
ui icciucucB ui .wis. William n.
WANTED a dishwasher at the Stag
WANTED A nurse girl, white pre
ferred. Apply No. 12 Oak ave.,
Mason. Hill. - 834
WANTED A woman to cook and do
general housework. Apply No. 12
Oak ave.. Mason Hill. 83:
WANTED Twenty C or 8-horse
teams to haul oil from Mesa to
Roosevelt, with freight back. Ad
dress Shattuck & Desmond Ware
house Co., Mesa, Ariz. 831
HOUSE WORK WANTED With re
spectable family by American girl
of 19. Box 322, Lowell, Ariz. 795
WANTED Good cook. Apply Junc-
tlon House. Johnson Addition. 797
WANTED Good starch clothes lron
er. Queen Laundry. 594
FOR RENT 4-room house In Baker
ville, back of hotel. Inquire next
door. George Hennlnger. 851
FOR RENT Single room3 or suite,
suitable for doctor or lawyer. Marks
building. Lowell 847
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms,
C9 Brewery Ave., opposite Lumber
FOR RENT Furnished room. Mrs.
Norris, art studio. Clawson Hill.
FOR RENT OR SALE Four nicely
furnished rooms. Strictly first
class furniture. Telephone No. 75.
Quality Hill. 850
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms for housekeeping. Yellow?
house above Baptist Church. 83C
FOR -'RENT Newly renovated room
for batching or housekeeping. 144
Dubacher Canyon. 798
TO LET Unfurnished 3-room suite
In cement house. Electric light and
city water. $20 per month. 110
Brewery ave. 823
National Tea &
Fresh Roasted Coffees.
High Grade Teas
Phont 352. Upper Main St.
E. G. 0RD CO.
Dhnn. R UNDER TOWN CLOCK
For Sunbeam Gasoline Lamps, Sinks,
Lavatories uatn I uos, urinais, uimcii
Cold Air and Terra Cotta Flues, Hot
and Cold Water Pipes, Repairs and
Solderina. Tin and Galvanized Iron
Stoves put up. Pipe and dampers.
: w. muir :
4 BISBEE MUSIC STORE. 4
f Just Received 1000 New Victor
ft Records, Including July Rec- J-
a ords, all 10-lnch 60o
New Shipments, by freight and
& express of Sheet Music, all 60c
0 copies 25c
,, New Line of Guitars, Mandolins, jj.
etc Washburn and Harwood
0 makes at Factory Prices.
i Extra shipments of Talking Ma-
3 chines now en hand. All at 4.
Factory Prices. A
Opposite Y. M. C. A.
???; & & & & & v
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Doaald McPhun, deceas
ed. Notice Is hereby given by the
undersigned administrators of the es
tate of Donald McPhun, deceased,
to the creditors of and all persons
having claims against the said de
deceased, to exhibit them, with the
necessary vouchers within fqur
months after the first publication of
this notice to the said administrators
at the office of Merrltt & Stanford,
attorneys at law, Bisbee. Arizona, the
same being the place for the transac
tion of the business of said estate, in
said county of Cochise.
CHARLES W. HICKS,
C. E. RINEHART.
Administrators o the .Estate of Don
ald McPnun," Dect-iied.
First publication July 13, 1907.
BISBEE LUMBER CO.
EMIL MARKS, Manager.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DOORS AND SASH OF ALL
MINING TIMBERS & WEDGES
CARLOAD LOTS A SPECIALTY
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
gentlemen; also one housekeeping
room. Apply at Letson House, 100
nigging Hill. sis
FOR RENT 3 furnished rooms; one
4-room cottage, furnished for house
keeping. Good lawn. Apply Stand
ard Furniture Co. 819
FOR SALE Horse and buggy, good
driving horse, very gentle, suitable
for family. For further information
address Box 199, Benson. Ariz. 844
A SNAP Rooming house of 14 rooms
for sale, centrally located. Large
enough for family and will bring in
($100 month easily. Address P. O.
box 705. 809
FOR SALE 1 span horses. 1 saddle
horse, 2 heavy delivery wagons and
1 Ught wagon. Griffiths & Trott
mau. Enquire McKean's store or
Mercantlla store. Don Luis. 829
FO'R SALE Cheap for cash, 5-room
house. Upper Main sL Address
box 125, Bisbee. 806
FOR SALE Very cheap, a restaurant
furnished complete, 35 good paying
boarders. This will stand Investiga
tion. Apply Gem Restaurant.
Johnson Addition. 824
FOR SALE Reliance paper cutterr
23-inch knife, good as new. Ad
dress Review office. 781
MONEY TO LOAN On improved real
estate at low rate of interest. Ad
dress Box No. 1885. city. 808
-HALF SOLES and heels sewed, 15
minutes. The best work In Bisbee.
Lightning Shoe Shop. Hughes
LOST Between Lowell and Bisbee,
ladies' hunting case, gold filled
watch and fob. Containing fqur
silver Mexican, 5, 10. 20 and 25
cent denominations. Liberal re
ward. Return to Mark P. John,
LOST Gold, opal setting gentlemans
ring. Finder please return to own
er at Wells-Fargo office and receive
suitable reward. 840
Bread, Doughnuts Cookies, Pies,
Cakes. Special orders filled.
Also fine assortment Fruit,
Nuts, Candy and Stationery.
MRS. HUNTER &. MRS. ROSS.
51 Brewery Avenue.
For Review Job and business office
call phone 39.
VAPOR AND TUB BATHS, '
BATHS BATHS BATHS.
P. O. BOX 16.
X fTT doses of this remedy will In
variably core an ordinary attack of
dUrrhcta. - "' "
It can always be dependid upon,
even in the mors severe attacks of
cramp colic and cholera morbus.
It Is equally sncceufnl for rammer
41arxhcea ana cholera Infantum in.
children, and Is the means of saving
the Uvea of many children each year.
When rednced with water and
weetened It Is pleasant to take.
Every man of a family ohonld keep
this remedy In hi home. Bnyltnow.
Fkcs, 85o. IiJUtaa Ssx. 60c.
BISBEE DRUG CO, BISBEE, NACO
TEAS, COFFEES, SPICES' and
Mexico R. H, Co.
Effective December 24th, 1905.
7.40 Clifton, A. T. 5.50
8.03 South Siding, A. T...5.28
8.22 Guthrie. A. T. 5.14
8.27 .Coronado, AtT. 5.04
8.28 York. A. T...1......4.53
8.E5 Sheldon, Ai I 4.36
9.14 Duncan, A. T. 4.12
9.34 ..Thomas, A. T... 3.56
9.55 Summit. N. M. 3.36
10J1 Yeltch. N. M. 3.28
IJU.4U. ...... UJIUBUUlfi. 41. 1U l.VU
11.11 Roberts, N. M 2.20
111.28 Brockman, N. M.....2.02
.A trr T -mA--m XT If 9 AA
12.00 Hachita, N. M 1.30
For further information apply at
nearest Agent or to
Ass'L CenT- Supt
A. T. THOMSON,
CLIFTON, A. T.
JAMES 8. FIELDER, 1ft
Attorney at Law, Demlng N. H. H
Practice In the Courts m-W
Eastern Arizona, Western Teas-
as and New Mexico.
FRANK H. HEREFOltD,
Attorney and Counsellor t Law 41
Agent for Land Scrtet.
Attorney at Law,
Over Citizens' Bank M
.and Trust BattBac. K
D. D. NEMETH.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Allen Block. m
Rooms 15 and 16. 9
F. C. HUR3T, V
MUHEIM BLOCK W
Theme SS8 m
DR. W. E. HANKIN,
Bank of Blsbea Rids-.. V m say
'Phona 68. B
Dr. H. A. Sckell
t Douglas In October and Novem-
38 N. Stone Ave., Tucson, Ariz.
DRS. CA3SADY & WILKINSON
Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nos an
Throat Eyes tested. Glasses
Office: Rooms 2 and 3 SchmhB
Office hours, 9 to 12 a. m, 1 t 4
p. m. Phone 308.
Daughters of Rebekah, Lodge Nix 7
meets in Mealgovich Hall second andf
fourth Thursday evenings of each.
MRS. LUELLA SXODGRASS.
,, Noble Grande
MRS. MAUD PERRY, Secretary.
SISBEC COMMANDERY NO 4
Stated conclave the first Hmt i
each mouth at 7:30 p. m. SoJonrnla
mights are courteously yrtimat&
C F. PHILBROQK. Recorder.
PERFECT A3HER LOSSS
No. 12, F. and A. IL,
ursi inursaay of each ;
invited to attend.
C. W. HICKS, w. a
C. F. PHILBROQK, Bfef.
Woodmen nf tTin Txrn,.i,t -
Medigovlch Hall the 1st Thnrsdw sd
... uuui. visjuug orouers laTJusa
vu .ucuu. H. ju. SHIELDS, C. OL
C N. THOMAS. Clerk.
R. A. M. Regnlax c9
vocation Third Tkss
day Is acb
8:15 p. m.
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C. F. PHILBROOK. Sec'y.
B- P. O. E.
Bisbe Lodge, No. 671, meet ar8
and third Friday of each moota 5
new Elks Hall.
Visiting brothers cordially Ibi. &.
C. 2. RINEHABT.
JOSEPH S. McKEEHAN, Sec'y.
A I. O. R. M.
.Meets every Thursday eveniaa a
K. of p. HalL All visiting R-dj-welcome.
w- P- UARDEN, Sacfem.
F. C. FENDERSQN, C. of p.
Rathbone Lodxa no.
10, Knight jr9aV
las, dihI) ' errors
Tuesday evaaiaa fe
the Pythian Oaxtta.
S. A. MERR1TT, C C
J. C. KREIOBAUM. K. of B. 8.
meets on the
and fourth WeAusaiUg
'in eacn monuu
LETTIE a WOOD,
CATHERINE E. FAFF, gaera4Krs
BROTHERHOOD OF AMERCAN
Richard I HCmestead 895
meets second and fourth
Wednesday at Pythian
Visiting Archers cor
THOS. E. HALL. Foreman
D. CASSIDY, Correspondent .
MBBftw Bisbee Lodge No. IS, L
qlHF u. ., meets every
WW day eveslnz at
House HalL Visiting brstkraa
dually Invited to attend.
THOMAS BEATR. K.
F. C. FENDERSON, Secretary.
Norton Bids. Upper laate ML
TJp-to-ate tailoring. Sattato-
Uon guaranteed. Cleaalas; aa
pressing a specialty.
Hats cleaned and blocked. MM
order gives prompt attanttSB.