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TERRITORIAL AND COUNTY NEWS
RAYMOND IS PESSIMISTIC
HUT STATEHOOD DILLS
Raymond, staff correspondent at
Washington of tho Chlcauo Tribune
sad oo of tho bsst known ' coo
temporary political writers, takes i
pessimistic view of statehood for Art
xqna and New Mexico. It looks to him
as It Ukj admission of tho territories
will be delayed until 1913. 'Writing
to tho Tribune under date of January
S3, Raymond says:
"No new star Is to be added to tho
flag this year. An effort Is to be made
to secure joint statehood for Arizona
.1. I llttlo
and New Mexico. lm
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senate at this session, and It Is. ine.ano. in lact. tuui uu u --v-,; -J" ." '" ,,V ,: " .. ,V" , WrZZ,-"-,""Z"."''" zo""
ll li ven renorted from lslieu oota racial ami natural couui-p- - -..w. . . .. uu(, v ius uciu5 uuiuug iuc uiusi ro cor
nffpr it has uassed theiont line. .1 -- .. -Kw..oui mc n.uu vev neiu. pieces ot
-This Is duo to offlerenpo of opln-llwo territories was made. Just at the
Ion between leaders In the two Uons much more than unuer the pros
branches of congress as to too time' opening of the civil war. and as sub
at which the cledso contained in the , milted to congress provided for an
reo'i'JK-an rlatform adopted at iil
cago becomes operative. In that plat
form tho party committed itself to
the Idea of separate statehood tor An
zona and New Mexico, out mere was " -lum. . -v .. . ,..
no pledge as to time - j teau country, distinctly temperate. In
"Prior to tho Chicaco convention
the party policy was radically differ
ent, most of tho republican leaders be
ing committed to the Idea that New
Mexico and Arizona snouiu do content
to come In as a single state on tho
&ame basis as Oklahoma and Indlaa
Territory, which ccntalncd many
times as much population and which ,
had vastly greater present wealth and!
f,,.,, tt-k. w
"Drmint Drvwnwit Unnk the
ground 'that tho pledge In the Chicago T
ulalform should be fulfilled at the
platform should be fulfilled at the
earliest possible moment.
- Proposed Bill For Two States.
"The bouse leaders have accepted
the administration lew and the re
sult is that Mr. Hamilton of Michi
gan, chairman of the committee on
territories, who InUocuced the origi-
ual bill for joint statehood. Is now and r,rfecte,i mall system have unit
prepared to report a measure for two cd communities to Shch an extent that
states, thus wiping out all territorial
organization from tho Atlantic to the
Pacific, and making rony-etght states
of contiguous territory.
-In the senate, however, he republi
can leaders have taken the ground
that the time Is much too short to go
Into the statehood question exhaus
tively, and they will accordingly de
fer action until i:xt winter.
"It is likely It may be some years
before Arizona and New Mexico como
In as two separate states and add four
democratic senators o Qo member
ship of the upper house of congress.
"When the proposition was under
-consideration three years ago, result
ing in the admission cf Oklahoma ana
Indian Territory na one state, and
keeping two southwestern territories
out of the sisterhood. Senator Bevei
idgo made such a terrific onslaught on
tho measure, going Into the question
of Illiteracy and foreign born popula
tion, besides discussing natural moun
tain barriers, as to create a feeling,in
the senate that some more light is
necessary before the two states are
created out of territory wnich seems
"barely able to make cne sovereign
Wait For Cenas figures.
"There Is now a feeling ln the sen--ate
that nothing shonld be dono to
jwant joint and separate statehood to
Arizona and New Mexico until there
is some definite basis of -consideration
-which can "be furnished, of course only
by federal census, as local estimates
are manifestly unreliable and wide of
"The next census will be taken at
the enQ of June. 1910. This is less
est next winter.
"The chances are, therefore, that
the Benate ommlttee win let tho mat-
it nn in Mn-Pfrf rmU- -t ih Khnrt rpr-
slon in December, 1910. by which
time population figures of the census
wRl be completed.
"That Is putting r statehood for a
' period when there will be little time
to discuss it, and it would not sur
prise anybody If the matter was not
brought -up for final consideration un
til the first session ot the Sixty-second
congress, which would be ln Decem
ber, 1911. The new states could then
be admitted that -whiter, the star
. could go on the i&e the fourth of
July, 191 2, and citizess down that way
could cast their votes for the first
tiste ln the presidential election of the
"When Uie -proirOcliumi was made to
join NewJ Mexico and Arizona togeth
er as a single state It was objected,
especially by tho people of Arizona,
that there -was a vast difference In
the class ot population and that It
would be a monstrofity of a state if
these people were joined together by
act of congress for all time
Objections Made By Arizona.
"It was said at that time that it
would be unfair to load upon the
Americans of Arizona thc 'greasers of
Jlew Mexico, the inference being that
cne territory was almost purely Amer
Jcaa while the other was unmixed
"It was shown, however, by Sena
tor Beveridge and others that there
were In Arizona, according to the cen
aas of 1900, only 9iS03 white persons.
Of these 38,137 were of foreign birth
or parentage, and ot this number also
more than 14,000 were actual Mexican
"It was, therefore, found that the
union of the two territories would
not result in loading down thc pure
American strain of Arizona with the
Spanish stock of New Mexico.
"There has never been racial dis
turbance In either territory, Thei!ex
Scans and Americans harmonize ana
the mixed race has produced a" good
class of citizens. The A'mericans
would outvote the Mexicans two to
one, and the racial question Is not
really la any way a bar to union of
the two territories.
' "Most of these things can be
brought out clearly, howjvor, only by
details which will be furnished by a
new census, and there Is a strong sen
timent in the senate that no state
hood hill should. ais until satlsfac-
tory data is furnished as to popula
tion,' nativity, and. iaoto particularly.
"One of tho curious tnmtjs wmcn
t-as brought out in deb-jto three
jcars ago and which may be beard
jf more extensively when statehood
ntsstlons come un for Bnal utsoos'
nan, Is the fact that Arizona and New
Mexico were not divided iu any natur
al sort of way at i!j
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The boundary Hnc now runs nonn
riUU BUUIU MV. w-- .,. ..-.- ,
but the original Intention was evident-
east and west bouneary line.
"It is now evident that such divis
ion of territory would have been both
natural and scientlnc Tho nortnern
trnwitn., iniiti4 Viorn lionn rrrtflt nlfl.
have been mich lower, much nearer
sea level, and wjth a distinct semi
"The result woull have been that
tho northern territory would have
been American end the southern
Spanish, whereas, at present foreign
blood Is found almost Indiscriminately
J" "e rawer nau oi mnu ib""
"When a numlisr of states wc
-wnen a numiisr oi siaies were
(created, owing to deficient maps or
because of whims r.r local legislators,
there was almost complete defiance
of natural boundary lines.
"As Senator Bevgridgo once showed.
Colorado was split tp the back with
mountains and northern Michigan was
evidently intended to be n natural
part of Wisconsin.
"The argument of course is that
nowadays, the railroad, tho tclograph
mountains and lakes, and great rivers.
are no longer obstacles which need
to be taken Into consideration.
Population the One Question.
"The one thing -which will trouble
the senate, and for vbich it is desired
to wait until after the census of.1310,
Is tho q-iestion of growth pf popular
tlon in the proposed new slates.
"Arizona In ,3300 had 122,931 and
New Mexico 193,310. Together they
would not be entitled to two congress,
men under the present apportionment,
and yet if they are made separate
states, they will have four senators
In addition to two congressmen. Sen,
ators, therefore, want to wait for the
census to find out definitely what has
been tho rate of Increase between
1900 and 1910. .
"They have already consented to
the union of Indian Territory and Ok
lahoma with a combined population
in 1900 of about 300.000, and In Bplte
of the pledge of the republican plat
form there Is a strong feeling still re
main Ig that Arizona u not entitled to
statehood unless it show a population
Increase sufficient to give It some In
dividual claims to statehood on that
ground. Therefore there Is little pros
pect of action prior to the winter of
DOUGLAS MAY HAVE
.DOUGLAS. Jan. MHSpecUl.)-
The Douglas chamber of comncerce
and mines is now nearing its first
birthday. Tho birth of this organiza-
t,OQ ?. promol.ed at whal
as a dollar olnncr." waen more
?a? tw0 iandred of the citizens and
business men gathered at the Gads
den hotel, .each holding a ticket to
the banquet room for which they Paid
one dollar; At this dinner there was
much enthusiasm and ranch speech
making and after all had been fed
more than. ne hundred and fifty
signed for a membership In thc Doug
las chamber of commerce and mtne.
A temporary board of directors were
appointed with Dr. r. T. WrighC as
president; later this organization was
Since thea lie chamber as-been a
live, feature o Douglas and it has ac
complisbed much for tbe.wclty. by
(bringing its citizens and business mee
ts consultation iroM time to time on
matters pertaining to the welfare of
It has been suggested by some of
the members of thc chamber that an
other dollar dinner Is the proper thing
for marking the first anniversary oi
this commercial organization, as a
j means of getting all its members to-
KCLUi abdju iui o gcucidi c,iuv ut
the work of the pant year and for the
purpose or creaua;
In the work and inducing additional
Said one of the members of tho
chamber today, regarding the propos
ed dollar ennnerr '
"There never was a time In lh
history of Douglas when there was
greater opportunity for effective work
by the chamber of commerce and
mines; many thing are coming up
which will add greatly to the prom
inence and prosperity of Dougi&s. All
these matters win require attention
rrom time to time by thc people ot
Douglas and there is no other, medium
by which so much can be accomplish
ed for our city '.than by a live, ever
aVwork chamber of commerce.
"While this organisation has accom
pushed considerable in the future
there Has been a. lack, of general in
terest among Its members. The, work
has practically been left to the board
of directors: for a time regular meet
ings of the members of the chamber
were held, bHt for some reason they
were not well attended and recently
no regular taeeting-i of the members
have been attempted.
"The dollar dinner would ao doabt
bring out tho members wbes the lm
portaaoc of gettlsg the members to
gether in toe future at least once a
month could be takes up."
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1 "A nrtinoslllon for creation of tho e mri no atttnmt to secure loo iiuch business of import m won oneratn
BI8BEE DAILY REVIEW, B1SBEE, ARIZONA, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 29, 1909.
LONE EJ11T HAS
CINCH ONJLACK JACK
A Mask, a Gun and a Gunny
Sack Is the Equipment '
A lono bandit, inaekoJ and wearing
a Rusny sack, held up the Black Jack
game c n,,, v-fcle House at ths cor-
irr -f "ak aiJ Brud streets a atou
2 o'clock this morning and got ay
with about $200. all In silver. Ho en-ttr-d
the ealoon wien there were but
two men present. Ed M'otieison Wio
runs the grme, and Charley 11'iUrtn,
twteodcr. He fcrced them
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Ticney In tho cash roister, .iu I afitr
looting tha game when barking tut
" h p'ace, cai'rrt cn wuu orent
sttlsfactfon : "Well. I'm uvou with
ono Black Jack came, any-
T'-ic a'-na ns ivaa .it once nnd
vtlhln fve m'nues aUer the holdpp
he officers were on the tra'l of tbc
robber, and it Is not thought that he
an oscrpe. After leading tho saloon
It!i .als booty he fled down Oak
"treet toward the railroad tracks, and
the officers took up his trail in the
muddy t-ret. " , .
The bandit were a gunny sack
wh.lc; entirely con-caM S's face oth
'he upper part ot his body and whlc'a
l-was prov'ded with a pouch in which
to store tho proceeds of Irs haul, utc&scrs as counties w t.i aa as
vew teople ware on tlia Btreets at the sussed valuation of 16,500,000 now
time, re la was falling steadily, and It
was an ideal moment to turn a -tries,
if '"ate kind.
OH I W. LEWIS
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Phoenix Attorney Is Active Ap-
-: i r nM- n a!:
KintaiH rut i usiiiuii un u-
PHOENIX. Jan. Si Ernest W. Lew
is, prominent local attorney, is an as
pirant for the place to be vacated
when Associate Judge F. S. Nave re
signs from the supreme bench of Ari
zona on April 1 next to return to the
practice of law.
In behalf of Lewi3, petitions are
being circulated by Attorney IL B.
TIM I r I n r rv n i nfn n 1 1 rtM Jt
large number of local attorneys and
an appeal to Presidentelect Tafi to,
name Lewis as tho successor of Nave.
leaning ruueuix citizens nave signca -
n .,. ii. i- .i.,!.1.. JLr, k.ii , .. . t,i-i.ri.
the place, and whon the name of the
iiKeiy to oe tnat. ot i.ewis,-wno jb,
j a w m t
said to have the backing of strong po
Democrats as well as republicans
have affixed their names to the Lewis
petition that Is bemg passed around
by Wilkinson. He will have the solid
support of the local bar. as well as
that of lawyers In all parts of Ari
zona. If Lewis is named It will mean that
be must Jeavc Pnoenlx and take up
his residence ln Globe, unless a re
arrangement of the judicial asslgn--ments
is made and Lewis Is given
some other placo than Globe, though
should any change of this kind be
made he will not rejirain in Phoenix.
"Both Coventor Kibbey and Chief
Justice Kent are Kffd to be hacking
Lewis In his ambition to land on the
bendi, and with sach powerful back
ing as this. It is mere than probable
he will secure the-place, tho salary
tor which is .$3000- per year.
That Kibbey and' Kent are aiding
Lewis la his effort to succeed Nave
comes from a source that I? constd
eral authentic It -Ic even said that
I before Lewis let It bo publicly known
t ttea.be wanted the place he consultea
IxkU". Kent and Kibbey, ana finding
then favorable be lost no further time
getting: his friends to work.
Lewis Is already well known In Ari
zona as an able young lawyer, who
Is qualified to' give judicial opinions
on legal questions. Should be ascend
to tho bench he "ill bo one of the
youngest members who has yet takes
a seat there.
That Lewis has tho support of thc
local bar regardless of politics, is
shown by the fact that such leading
local democratic lawyers as District
Attorney Bullard and Assistant Dis
trict Attorney Lyman signed his peti
tion late yesterday afternoon,
DOUGLAS, Jan. 28. (Special.)
"Conditions around Courtland re
mind one of the halcyon days, the
good old. bad old days of Arizona-."
said postmaster i- red m. uaaweu. wnc
returned yesterday from the new
camp with Frank Douglas after a
couple of days of s!tt-seelnc
"The country Is alive with mining
men. prospectors, men seeking busi
ness locations and gentlemen advent
urers, all drawn there by the magnet
which a .new mining camp provides.
All are scrambling for locations of one
kind or another, and It 'certainly is
one of the most arlmated places I
have seen ln away years.
"Condition there, I am told, are In
a sadly JaraMed state, and 1t is pre
dicted that there will be Innumerable
litigations before thc camp settles
down to a soHd basis. On every hold
lnr in the district perhaps, with a
vatv few exreBtkia. there 'is some
kifid of a eenniec Mining locations, Seattle next year. Exhibits win br
ptacer claims, townsKes and home-! seat from every city in Alaska and
steads are frequently one and tfee the dlntav will bo housed In a bild
sasie aad there's no telling at W8-Ilsg to U. erccUU Ly ."is crix"
Many Measures Recommended
FOP LaWS-Say That All
Officers ShOUld Be Bonded
At Public Expense.
Ilfin f? IT TtnTlAc mimMantiHE
iiaa cuuaiy ai me meeting or um
territorjii board of Euperv.wrs In
transacted and valuable lnfimiatia
iad :..aave to coajty- managmnt.
Tho jjeetlns was la-viv attend:,
itpiowtuiaiivos lrom v?rv cjunty be-
lug pr-asent. Among t:io rerommen-
daUons made was tail atsR3r be
appointed lor two ;oam. nubject to and to own and lease land and real
tho will of tho suiu-7lni. it "aas estate of every tleicrlptlon. and to sell
carried by a vote of 7 ,o""o tho stock of this corporation and to
Council bill, rulill.-c to tho care ofiPurch;1e' own an1 dcal ln thc sarae
'nJesent sick nlaces t'l-j ma.r whol- and la thA stock of oteT corporations.
ly in tho hands m the Miiii)rs.
A memorial -o eonswas to f ulld a
T.riagB tor tcot passengers and wagons
.ver the Colorado rver at Y'lmi was
- it was adopted fitting counties,
having an assessed valuation of $5,-
000.000 the same right in regard to
on motion it was ordered mat all
county and precinct ofilces be tendeu
at thc county expenso
A motion to recommend, the aboi
Ishmentjpf the rangsrfnrcc was" lost
by a voSof 10 to -7.
A rcsolutlcn. endorsing- the office oi
territcral'' examiner was unanimously
A motion recommending tie a-
tees ng of bullion at not less than 40
ner cent of the sxosa nrocwile carried
A resolution taxing bank assets In
counties where located passed unan
mn. . jioot tnim..m ?.
cf interest, say 2 por cent, from banks
hcldlng county money, was unanl-
,no" JL a2 -w,--,-or commit-
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nr-fopri "-" -"- "I . , ."'"
Olibbeeu.rame as school tax now is: that
nnnlfn s ?-.t1s4 n .1 aaII Aytt A J .
reads used without protest, but not
accepted as legal roads, for ten years.
be declared- public highways. Adopted,
"Resolution adopted asking the leg-
islature to pass a law- maKing a per D0 a President, VIce-Iresldit, secre
caplta poll tax law of ?2J0 apply to tary and Treasurer and such other
all men subject to taxat'on. Adopted, miner officers as the Board of Direct
Bill adopted allowing extra clerks org- may from time to time deem It
to recorders and supervisors, and pro
viding for the'r compensation.
On motion Section 3, Chapter 52
of Revised Statutes, be amended by
trt"a8 ou' the 765t fiJnl
and substituting $2,500,000
On the reeding of the wild anlma
lature. which was done, but the con-
At one session they were addressee
t... fr-r tllil..,. . v4.1. nnrl .VIfl .
"I " ,v.uu7 uu .uu.ua uuu u...-.
DOUGLAS, Jan. 28. (Special.)
Hon. Charles Bowman, of Tomb
stone was ln the city yesterday, com
ing horA nn hiiRtnpS. Mr. Tlowman
was renorted to to an nnDllcant for
tno position on me Arizona oenca
to he made vacant hv the resignation
ot Judso Navo of Ch-bc Asked about
this he declared that while he had
some solicitations along that line and
was assured of strong support for the
positlpn, he had -never seriously con
sidered It and wes not seeking u.e
The prominent candidates for this
judgeship are Attorney General Clark
and F, C. Jacobs, n prominent attor
ney at Globe.
Speaking of the Industrial condition
at Globe, Mr. Bowman stated that ac
cording to reports the Tombstone
Mining and Milling company was in
better condition than ever before since
they beean the worfc of emptying their
properties of water. They are now
pumping more water than ever before
and reeentlv installed great pumps on
the one thousand fool level, The ore.
bodies are said to be all that have
been expected to thin depth and white
the water problem ! the great one
in connection with this property, it is
being met with determination and
confidence of final success.
"Courtland seems to bo the boom
center of this county now," said Mr.
Bowman and people are rushing to
the district from every direction. It
has been proven to fcave the ore re
quired for supporting a very Impor
tant camp and I expect to see it be
come a healthy rival even of Bisbec
In point of production."
Mr. Bowman- la a member ot the
territorial board of equalization and
Is prominent in tho republican party
of the territory.
ent Just 'who's who,' with frequenttr
a balf-dozen claimants for the same
plere of around.
"The McFate townsite -was opened
with a rush and in a few hours bus
iness aggregating $000 had been
done. I am of the opinion that this
townsite will be cleaned up with a
day or so more. It in well up among
the shafw and Is des'lned to be a sec
Urn of th6 camp where the miners
will live. The big townsite. of course,
will be the one thc combined com
panies will put on tho market. It is
some little distance away from the
workings and the (Ac Is rolHag."
The P'oaews of Alaska,, a northern
fraternal organization, is arranging
for a vprv creditable dlphtv at thi?
Abska-Yukon-Paeiflc BtBoaUIefi in
ARTICLES OF INcdRPORATlON OF
LEWIS SPRINGS POULTRY FARM
Bisbec, Arizona, December, 31,, 190S
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE
PRESENTS: That we, O. K. Reynolds.
J. TJ. DeWoody, H P Huddlcston ana
W. O, demons, citizens of the United
States, do hereby voluntarily associate
ourselves together for the purposo of
form ng a corporation under tho laws
cf the Territory of Arizona, and we.
hereby certify, acknowledge and adopt
the following articles of incorporation.
ARTICLE L The namo of this cor
poration tfcall be and is, LEWIS
SPRINGS POULTRY FARM.
ARTICLE II. The principal office
of this corporation shall ho in the City
of Uisbee, Cochlso Counfy, Territory
of Arizona, and this corporation may
have and establish such otaer branch
Kl wct mfm "mo tS
" &E IU. The genera! nature
r lh business 'proposed to be trans
acted and carnett on Dy wis corpora
tion shell bo and la as follows.
To engage in and carry on the bul
ncss of Poultry Raising. Farming and
Uuidtmng: to buy. sell and deal in
T,iiilf, - v ftrirtt .inrl tfrm nrrv1?ir
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. , . Kn,,B Coeh:sn Countv. Ari.
construct tents, buildings and
amusement, and to own and
Rtncn n.nil nuiomnbllA lines
and to make contracts with ind.vld
uals and other corporations, to bu
and sell live stock of every descrlp-
tibn, personal property, implements.
machlntrr and supplies of every kind.
to acquire by purchaas or otherwise.
and to sell, transfer and exchange the
stock of this corporation for personal
or real property or In payment for
labor performed and to do any and all
business acts and things incidental to
conducting the business nforesad and
not contrary to the lats of the Terri
tory ot Arizona.
ARTICLE IV. The amount of tie
capital stock of this corporation shall
6c TEN THOUSAND DOLLMtS i0,
000.00) divided into ONE THOUSAND
SHARES, at thn nart value nt TEN
DOLLARS, $10.00) each fully pa d
and non-assessable. The time when
and tho conditions upon which, sala
capital stock shall be Issued, snail
, be fixed by tho Beard of Directors.
ARTICLE V. The existence of this
corporation shall be Immediately after
the recording of thcs articles of In-
ARTICLE VI. Tho affairs of this coi
poratloa shatf be conducted by a
Board of four Directors, who shall
be holders cf its capital stock.
Tho first directors shall be, G. K.
Reynolds, J. II. DeWoody. H. P. Hud
dieston and W. G. demons, who shall
""'u v.rcuuu m.u uu.,.-
"?fm theij- Jjuccessors at the
first annual meeting of the stockhold-
ws' wMcn annual us shaii be
held each jcar on the 31st day of De-
cenr at S p. m. at tho office oi
sa"l company in thc City of Bisbec.
nn-M rvi,t. .wi,,-. tv, nMni
ot Directors shall have power to fill
any Tacancy ln their number at any
Tho officers of tils corporation .shall
expedient to have and more than one
of tho above offices may be held by
one and the same person.The Presi
dent, Vice-President, Secretary and
Treasurer, for the first term, and un
til their successors are elected, shall
"" Director. f m amonrThe'r own
SumK thTtolttaJ of S3
boarl after the tee3' organization of
ZZ' teTnuaRy "by
uicii unit iiuLLiuri ul lucii iuol annual
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ARTICLE VII. The highest amount of
Indebtedness or liability to which this
corporation shall at any time bo sub
jected shall not exceed. Six Thousand
ARTICLE VIILThe Board of Direu-
J tors shall adopt by-laws for this cor-
ituhuu mcu uux) uo uiui-uui-u ui
appealed at any time by said board
or by a two-thirds vote of the stock at
a regular stockholders' meeting.
ARTICLE IX. The private proper
ty of the stockholders of. this corpora
tion shall be exempt from all liability
for the corporate debts of this corpor
ation. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have
hereunto set our hands and seals, this
31st. day of December. A. D. 1908.
G. K. BEYNOLDS,
J. B. DeWOODY.
H. P. HUDDLESTON,
W. G. CLEMMONS,
Territory of Arizona, County of Co
BefOTB me. J. w. Ross, a Notary
p,, JQ -for Count of
chise. Territory of Arizona on this day
personally appeared G. K. Reynolds,
J". B. DeWoody, II. P. Huddlcston and
W. G. Clemens known to nro to be
the persons whoso names are subscrib
ed to the foregoing instrument and
they acknowledged to me that they
executed tho said instrument for the
purposes and consideration therein ex
pressed. IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have
hereunto set my hand and seal of of
flee this tho 31st day of December, A.
My commission expires February 20th
(Seal) J. W. ROSS,
Why pay more when yoa can get
the best In the market at the fol
Round Steak 10c per lb.
Shoulder Steak. 4 lbs. for ....25c
Hamburger Steak, 3" lbs. for ..25c
T Bone Staek 17c lb.
Tenderloin Steak 17c lb.
Porterhouse Steals 17"4c lb.
Loin Steak 16c lb.
Pork of all kinds 17c lb.
Loin Roast 124c lb.
Prime Rib Roast 124c lb.
Shoulder Roasts 8c lb.
Ramp Roast 10c lb.
Short Riba Beef 6c lb.
All kinds of Sausage 12&c lb
BAUER'S CASH MARKET.
Opposite Y. M. C. A. and Central
Your patronage respectfully so
licited. Phone in year order ,fer a
nice Chicken for Sundays.
A. BAUER, Jr.
BISBEE LODGE DifiECTORY
MASONIC CALENDAR FOR WEEK
ENDING JANUARY 30,
W Eastern Star.
T Cammandery practice.
II, W. JORGENSON, W. M.
C L McREYNOLDS. IL V.
N. C. BLEDSOE. E. C.
W. II. HANKS, Secretary.
I. O. R. M.
Meets every Thursday evening at
7 o'clock in Pythian Castle. All visit
ing Hed Men welcome.
DAN B. SEED. Sachem.
F. C. FENDERSON, C. of P.
M. D. COHN. Medicine Man.
No. 23, I. O. O. FM
J) Cananea. Mexico.
meets every Friday at 7:30 p. m. In
Y. M. C. A. hall. Visiting brothers
LEO. A. KANNAPEE. N. O.
W. E. Drummond. Secretary. 618
DAUGHTERS OF REBEKAft
Lodge No. 3 meets in I. O. O. F. Hall.
Ma'n Street, first and third Friday
evenings of each month.
MRS. FLORENCE FOSTER.
MRS. MAUD PERRY. Secretary.
BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN
Richard I Homestead S93
meets second and fourth
Wednesdays at Pythian
VislUng Archers are
W. W. OIDLEY. Foreman.
EDWARD E. KEAST, Correspondent
P. O. Box 2094.
Rathbone Lodge Nc
10. Knights or Pytt
las, meets ever;
Tuesdav ntnnlnr ii
'Jyf.w Pythian Castle.
WILLIAM HULLEY, C. a
J. C. KREtUBAUM. K. of R. a
Woodmen of the VorId 'meet
Pythian Castle the second and fourU
Monday ot each month. Visltlri
brothers Invited to attend.
W. R. DEN1SOM. C. C.
a N. THOMAS. Clerk.
B. P. O. EL.KS.
Bisbee Lodge. No. 671, meets firsi
and third Tuesdays ot each month at
Odd Fellows' hall.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited.
Joseph S. McKeehan, Secretary.
Bisbee Lodge, No. 10. 1. O,
O. F., meets every Wednes
day cvcnlnz in Odd Fellows'
Hall. Main street. Visitlnc
brothers are cordially Invited to at
E. A. WILKINSON. Noble Grand.
F. J. ATTAWAY, Secretory.
KNIGHT8 OF fYTHIAS.
Cananea Lodge, No. 6, Y. MVC,A,
Hall, Cananea, Sonora. Meets'ever)
Wednesday. Visitors cordially Invited
n. S. PELZER, C. C.
F. E. NICHOLS, K. of R. and S.
C. M. SANDERS, M. of F.
P. O. Box 71.
ARIZONA & NEW MEXICO
Effective November 22nd, 1908.
A. M. P. M.
8:05 Clifton. A. T. 5:41
8:23 North Siding. A. T..5:24
8:28 South Siding. A. T..5:lfc
8:42 Guthrie, A. T. 5:04
8:47 Guthrie, A- T. 4:59
8:52 Coronado, A. T 4.54
9:03 York, A. T. 4:43
9:26 Sheldon. A. T... 4:26
9:39 Duncan, A. T. 4:02
9:59 Thomson. A. T.....3:46
10:20 Summit, N. M 3:26
10:36 Veltch. N. M 3:10
10:50 L. &H. Junction. ...2:55
10:55 Lordsburg, N. M....2:50
11:10 Lordsburg. N.M....2:35
11:15 L. & H. Junction... 2: 30
ll:2fl Oil Siding. N. M-...2:25
11;36 ...Robert, N. M. ,2:10
11:53 Brockman. N. M....1:5J
.Hachlta, N. M. ....1:20
for further Information annlr to
nearest agent or to
Ass't Gen'l Supt
A. T. THOMSON.
Treasurer. CLIFTON, A. T.
Agent for 38 of the Leading
Fire Insurance Companies
of the World.
Information Cheerfully Fur
niehed upon request.
t. a. Hughes
Bank of Bisbee BuMng.
John W. Hogan
REAL ESTATE, COLLECTIONS.
Notary Public Marriage Licenses
AT THE SAME OLD STAND.
R. C. STANFORD
Attorney at Law.
E. G. STRICKLER.
ATTO R N E Y-AT-LAW.
Special attention given to Criminal
and Commercial Law.
Offices over Citizens Bank & Trust
Co. BUbee. Arizona.
Phone No. 30G.
F. C. HURST,
C. 1. McRETNOLDS
Mexican Mining and Corporation
Law. Antler's Building.
Phore 470. Bisbee,, Arlr.
FRANK H HEREFORD
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
- Agent for Land Script.
JAMES S. FIELDER,
Attorney at Law. Demlng. N. M.
4- Practice in the Courts of
Eastern Arizona,. Western
Texas and New Mexico.
DR, W, E. HANKIN,
, 'Phono 68.
Bank ot Bisbee Bide Mats St.
THE QUHEN HOTEL
at Douglas, Ariz.
Having been thoroughly overhauled. Is
no-r open for business at popular
TO BISBEE PATRONS.
AMERICAN PLAN ONLY
BISBEE LUMBER CO.
EMIL MARKS, Manager.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Oregon and Texas Pine,
DOORS AND 8ASH OF ALL
MIN1N TIMBERS AND WEDGES
CARLOAD LOTS A SPECIALTY.
MAt UAFE 5
CARETTO & CO, Proprietors.
Elegantly Fitted Up for Ladles and!
J Wo handle the Tony Faust Coffee.
JJOHNSON-HENNIGER BUILDING J
Main Street. Bisbee, Arizona. S
H. W. JORGENSON,
Barnaby Building, Blabee, Arlr.
U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor.
D. E. Heller. H. J. Wright, j
HELLER 6. WRIGHT,
A stayers and Chemists.
Metallurgical & Mining Engineers,!
Represent ure snippers to
Douglas Reduction Works.
douglas :: :: Arizona
New Quarters R&B
With an up-to-date line of Grocer
ies and Provisions, Wines, Liquors,
cigars ana lonacco. All Vege
tables In Season. Freh M9.
a"tf Poultry. Also Agents for A. B.
Second Store East of Fire. Depart-
nunc, naco noao.
By water Hanson
Muheim Block, 0. K. St,
Plumblnc. Tin an it RtiuK a
Work. Galvanized Iron av
Steam aad Hot Water BmUsb.
Sewer ConaectlOB, ate.
P.O. Box 11 72. Phone 403
Under Hew Management
UP-TO-DATE PLUMBING AND
GUARANTEED GAS FITTING
We guarantee flrst-clasa work and
material. All kinds of plumblaj
and Sewer Connections at Reason
able Prices. Wa mxVa a .tuvI.U.
ot Barroom Connections.
Modem Plumbing and
HARRIS BLOCK, BREWERY AVE
PhM 34. Bex 28t1
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