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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, KISBEE. ARIZONA, SATURDAY M0KNING, OCTOBER 5, 1912
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REVIEW WANT ADS
Advertisements under this head at the rate of 1 cent per Vkord for
tach issue wiwi a minimum charge of 25 cent. Advertisements must
reach The Review office not later than 8 p. m. for Insertion In the nexj
WANTED To buy good 4 room
bouse, ckfoe la. Address II. Care of
U. J. Bible and Alice Bible, his wife.
Under and by virtue on an order
of sale, issueu out or the Superior
AVAKTHD-AK.NHUC SrJS at Mac I ftafnAri0,? J ?' JKhV-J
rvnni,i' V.nii.,..-,. il u.i. a. 1 wc otate of Arizona, on the atn aay
, Donald a -nUHnery store. Main St J of September. 1912. in the above en-
. j titled action, wherein Blsbee Lumber
WANTHD-Girl tor gweral house gJmedta
. wt. i: u. ax sbt, uiiy. vui
WANTED A cook at the Spokane
a Coriaratlon. the above
named plaintiff, obtained u judgment
against G J. Bible and Alice Bible,
bis wife, defendants, on the 11th day
of January. 1912, for the sum ot One
Thousand One Hundred Twelve and
17-100 ($1,112.17) dollars, lawful
money of the United States, besides
Interest ,costs and accruing costs, 1
am commanded to sell that certain
property particularly described as
"AH that part of the Rio TInto
Mining claim situated in the Warren
Mining District, Cochise County,
WANTED To Tar the highest cash State ot Arizona, described as fol-
Beglnnlng at a point on line
No. 139S on the south. Area in con
flict with Virginia lode Survey ?Jo.
1317 amounting to 0.033 acres Is ex
pressly excluded from this application.
FRANK H. PARKER.
Date of First Publication September 1,
.WANT.KD- Clean cotton rage at Re
rf Mew oHicc. 732
HARRIS BLOCK FURNITURE CO.
New and bocond hand furniture
bought and sold. Fine stock wall
paper. Brewery aenue. phone
price for our furniture. It costs
o nothing to call us up, and It.
will save ou money. G. O. BRON
SON. Johnson Add., Phone 425 76
WANTED To uuy second band fur
niture and housenold goods.
Brooks Cooper Furniture Co..
1'ythlan Castle. O. K. SL 52
FOR RENT Two room house fur
nished, Naco itoad, Jont u:il Mrs
FOR RENT 2 housekejping rooms,
Xo. 12, Jlggerrlllf. 7S0.
6-1 Rio TInto Mining Claim, North
43 degrees 14 minutes V 69.0 feet
from Corner No. 6; thence North 43
degrees 14 minutes W 23.0 feet,
tbenco North 42 degrees 54 minutes
E 149.3 feet; thence S 70 degrees 67
minutes E 25 feet; thence S 42 de
crees 10 minutes W 16L' lect to
place of beginning.
Also all of the following immediate
ly iast ot the above dei-ribed preru
lies, described as follows; Beginning
at a point on tho Southwest slde line
of the R'o Tinto mining claim 69
feet from Corner No. 6 of said .-lio
TInto Mining Claim, thence N 42 de
grees 10 minutes E 115 0 feet; thence
Easterly 1 0 foot; thence Southerly
62 0 feet Intersecting tbe Internation-
ffrin .J117N-P t rrtnim h.uiA flllil Tlflll.
try. kitchen, electric lights. 231 '! pas & Light Company's est line
School IIUL Call city clerk's office- ana cement wan; tnenco boutneriy
7gj'along said lino and cement wall 54
i j feet to place ot beginning"
QUIET room, good German board i Public notice is hereby given that,
for couule cunSlemcn at 153 on Wednesday, the 2nd day of Octo-
Opera Drive, opposite Old Opera Iber, 1912, at two o'clock p.m. of that
hoase. Inquire Blunrs Cleaning I day. In front of the Court House door
place, Brewerj Gulch or telephone ( of the County of Cochise. I will, in
60S. 751. obedience to cald order of sale, seil
1 the abotc described property, or so
FOR RENT N eely furnished rooms. I much thereof as may be necessary to
fS.OO per raontft ana up. Also House- satisfy said judgment, with interest
TreeWng rooms Lorens Hot!, .for- costB and nccruinc costs, to the hlsh
raerly Klnscy House. Phone Black I est and best bidder, for cash, lawful
662. i to money of the United States,
Dated at Tombstone ttils :otn day or
FdR RENT ITaishod room suitable
for b'no or two gentlemen. Board
If desired. Mrs. F. W. Lang, 7i
Quality Hill. 691.
FOR RENT Crocker house. War
reu, 0 rooms, modern, &0 Toot
screened porch, -vines, trees, chicle
en jard. Premises ofter 4 p.ui., or
. phono 14. C97
HARRY C. WHEELER,
By GUY C. WELCH,
NOTICE OF POSTPONEMENT
The above sheilff's sale number
C227. Bisbee Lumber Company, a cor
poration vs G. J. Bible and Alice.
Bible, hl-s wife, is postponed to SaU
rORTtENT Nice south' roonrf or gen-Mirday, November 2nd, same hour and
tlemen. Phone 95 or call after 4 p.
m. MRS A- T. HOY 6S Castle Hill.
NICE, clean, cool rooms at The
Golden. Main Street
FOR RENT 10 room boarding house
nicely furnished Miners Exchange
Saloon, Johnson addition 473
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior
U. S. I .AND OFFICE at Phoenix,
Arizona, September 7, 1912.
NOTICE Is hereby given that John
Burrows, of Lowell. Arizona. P. O.
S151, who on November 26. 1909, made
Homestead Entry No. 07516 for E 1-2
SW 1-i and TJ 1-2 NW 1-4 of Section
34, Township 21-S. Ranee 26-E, O. &
S. R. Meridian, has filed notice of in
tention to make Final Commutation
Proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before J. D. Taylor,
U. S. Commissioner, at Blsbee, Ari
zona, on the 16th day of October, 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Jeremiah M. Rich.
William A. DIetzman,
J. Park Emery.
L. H. Wyltt, ill of McNeal, Ari
FRANK H. PARKFR,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior
U. S. LAND OFFICE at Phoenix.
Arizona, September 7, 1912.
NOTICE is hereby given that John
P. Sabln, ot Blsbee, Arizona, who, on
April , 1909. made Homestead En
try No. 0194S, for Northeast quarter
of Section Six. (6), Township 22 S..
Range 27 E.. G. & S. R. Base and
Meridian, has Sled notice ot inten
tion to make Final Three year Proof,
to establish claim to tho land above
described, before J. D. Taylor. U. S,
Commissioner, at Blsbee, Arizona, on
the 17th day of October, 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses
John S. Murray, of Blsbee, Arizona.
Minos T. Murray, of Blsbee, Ari
zona. James Lclchman. of McNeal, Ari
zona. Walter H. Murphy, of McNeal, Ari
zona. FRANK H. PARKER,
Having scrutinized the sheet ot note
paper carefully the young man laid it
down tenderly. He dipped his pen In
tho ink and tried It on a scrap of pa
per before he spread his feet apart
and hunched over the desk to write.
"Mr. Alwell W. AdklnB. New York
City, Dear Sir I wish to bring to your
attention a matter which while con
cerning both of us yet pertains more
closely to affairs connected with my
self and yet also Is 'perhaps more Im
portant to you judging from the
standpoint you naturally might have,
taking Into consideration all the facts
Tho young man suddenly crumpled
be sheet and cast It from him, then
picked It up again 'to smooth It out
and glare at it
"Now," he said to himself, "I won
der what I really thought I was say
ing. I suppose If I had gone on with
that I should have ended the sentence
with something about picking cur
rants on the mountains and why I pre
fer white fish broiled!"
ffrBY 0. A. TrOlGKT
IN THE JUSTICE COURT
Precinct No. 28, County rf Csh!-?
State of Arircr.a.
Dated October 1st. 1912.
HARRY C WHEELER, Sheriff
By GUY C. WELCH, Deputy Sheriff.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior.
U. S IAND OFFICE at Phoenix,
Arizona. September 7, 1912.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Nor-
man L White, of Hereford, Arizona,
a ho. on August 12. 190S, made
FOR SALE t room house encap In
tiiilrn 73 Orncon St . Johnson Addi
tlon. 733 1 Homestead Entry No. 0125, for North
I west one quarter. Section 27, Tonn-
FOR SALE 100 thoroughbred White .Bnlp 2.Si Range 22-E, G. & and S. R.
Legnorn pullets, live to six nonius in g. Meridian, has filed notice or m
old, at $12.00 per dozen Address, tentlon to make final Five Year
Marshall Humphrey, 137 N. Central proof, to establish claim to th land
Ave Pboenbc, Ariz.
PAINTING and decorating.
Arnold. Phone 150.
HA1RDRESSING, manicuring, mas
sage, bcalp treatment, dyeing and
chiropody. Residence work a spe
cialty. Mrs. J. A. Wright, Phone
STORAGE -Everything packed
stored. Brooks-Cooper Fur.
I ira'"' "" - "''rl all grades of
gJ.w. r street
and eveii..o ... i-ar patronage
solicited. Phone 42 Wack, Mrs. E.
McKinney Dreaoswksr, 9C B.
YoHWtWood Hill. City. 4SS
FOR CARPENTERING, Painting and
paper hanging call' 189. F.E.Bald
above described, before U. S. Land
Commissioner J. D. Taylor, at Bls
bee, Arizona, on the 15th day ot Oc
Claimant names at -nltnesDCs:
Frank C. Cobbe,
Jaal II. Allen,
William A. White. All of Hereford.
FRANK H. PARKER,
Johnson and Matzell, a co partner
W. F. Glenn. Defendant.
Action brought In the Justice Court
of Precinct No. 28 In and for tho
County of Cochise, in the State of
In the Name ot the State ot Arizona.
To W. F. Glenn Defendant, Greet
ing: You are Hereby Summoned and re
quired to appear In an action brought
against jou by t- above named
plaintiffs in tbe Justice Court, of Pre
cinct No 2S in and. for the County ot
Cochise, in tho State ot Arizona, and
answer to the Complaint filed, in said
justice court, at Lowell in said uoun-
Selecting another sheet of paper he
wrote down tho same address and
started In again:
"No doubt you will be surprised at a
letter from me on this subject, though
on second thought the fact that you
aro not acquainted with me should
have nothing to do with it. Inasmuch
as you have doubtless considered the
possibility ot circumstances bringing
about a situation which, while not ex
actly similar to the one that at pres
ent engage? your attention, still! "
The young man paused, bit his pen.
got up and walked around tho room,
came back and read over what he had
written and then sat down dejectedly
"Oh, that won't do!" he groaned- "It
simply won't do nt all! I know pre
cisely what I am trying to say and It's
doggone queer I can't make it come
out right. Come to think of it, the
start is too businesslike!"
Beginning a third time ho wrote:
"My Dear Mr. Adklns I suppose it
would be well to tell you something
about myself, because it Is In the na
ture of things that you should wish to
know more In fact, all about a per
son who Intrudes himself Into the
midst of the most Important part of
the dally existence of a circle which
while far removed yet seems in a
measure united with the hopes and
aspirations that at present overpower
tho more humdrum .phases of every-
tv ultTitn fim Hnv ATf-tiielu nt thm
day of service after the service upon M0? llfo that hitherto have occupied
you of this Summons, if seried with we
In this Precinct, but if served without
this Precinct, but within the County,
ten days, if served out of the County,
fifteen days, in all other cases, tnenty
da j 6, or Judgment by default will be
rendered against you.
Given under my hand at Lowell
Ariz., this 6th. day of Septemler, .
GEO. R, SMITH,
Justice of tho Peace of said Pre
IN THE JUSTICE COURT
FOUND Buneh kys between Wsfeee
- and Don Liils Call at Review office.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
COUNrY OF COCHISE, STATE
ShenQ-3 sale number 6,227.
Bisbee Lumber Company, a Corpora'
MINERAL APPLICATION NO. 016304
Mineral Application No. 016804v
United States Lana omce, Phoenix.
Arizona, Aug. 29, 1912 Notice, la
hereby given that James M Honlett,
whose postoffice address is Kelvin.
Arizona, has mado -ppUcatloii for pat
ent to toe American lode claim
Mineral Survey No. 2851. situated ap
proximately in Tp. 23, S. R. 21 E. G.
& S. R. B. & M.. Warren Mining Dis
trict, Cochise County, Arizona, de
scribed as follows- Beginning at Cor.
No. 1 whence U. S M SI. no. 4 war
ren Mining District brs. N. 46 des.
2C mln. W. 3231.G ft., thence N. 74 dog.
30 min. E. 3W.4 ft- to Cor. No. 2.
thevee S. 32 deg. 06 min. n. 82.7 ft.
to Cor. No. 3, thence S. 80 deg. 43
rain. W. 32S 6 ft to Cor. No. 4, thence
N. 32 deg; 06 mln W. 10 ft. t6 Cor.
No. 1 the place of tho beginn'ng. The
incAtfon notice of the American claim
Ik recorded In the Recorder's office of
Cochise County, Arizona, In book iz
at page S7. Adjoining claims are
Virginia lotlo Sur. No. 1347 on the
north; Onnifld lode Sur. No. 1193 on
the east nd Baton Rouge lode Sor.
No 2 Precinct, County of Cochise,
Stat0 of Arizona.
Phelps, Dodge Mercantile CS-,
W. F. Glenn,
Action brought in the Justice Court
of No. 2 Precinct, in and for the
County of Cochise, in the State of
In the name of the State ot Arizona:
To W. F. Glenii. defendant. Greeting:
You are hereby summered and re
quired to appear In an actlc brought
against you hy the bore -, ie
plaintiff in the Justice dourt of No. 2
Precinct, in and for tho Coun
ty of Cochise, in the State of
Arizona, and answer to the complaint
filed In said Justice Court, at Blsbee,
In caid County, within Ave days ex
clusive of the day of service, after
MNiXMI DlEN'Ey .; & '
V SEJSyKllC wosjevr .shop hn OX
jAoh-E5. STOP N AMD CGT -. fuaW ") ' THrS A. ' 8 '
j sr r gggggg; ); jPSFiLi .
Sinking his head Into his hands the
writer let his- fingers run wildly
through his hair. Tho moro he
thought the more impossible It seem
ed to complete tho sentence.
'It began well, too," he murmured
mournfully as ho slowly toro tho pa
per In two and added it to the heap In
the waste basket
Tten he went and got a drink of
water, looked out of tho window and
opened a book before he onco more
settled himself At the writing desk.
He began slowly, determinedly:
"Mr. Alwell W. Adkins. New York
City. My Dear Mr. Adkins Putting
the matter briefly, which is best, I wish
to say that while I realize no amount
of preparation would make any easier
tho blow "
"Good gracious, that isn't tho word "
"Tho loss that It would be to you If
win I am going to say should incline
you to look favorably upon the propo
sition that I feel It Is time for me to
bring to your attention, Btlll, on the
other hand "
The young man looked fixedly at a
figure in the wall paper. Leaning
beck, ho examined the end of the pen,
frowning at It He hummed a llttlo
tune. Slowly his eyes wandered back
to the paper before him and he shook
his fist at it
"Confound you!" he muttered In)
tones of concentrated rage. " 'On the
other hand what is on tho other
WEEK ENDING OCTOBER 5
Monday Council R. &S M.
Tuesday Chapter R. A.
George A. Bridge. v. W.
Bassett Wattles. Secy. F. & A. U
J. T. Abrams, H. P.
George A. Bridjre, E. C.
W. R. Banks. Sotfy. R. A. M. & K. 1
ORUER OF EASTCRN STAR
Pearl Chapter, No. 8.
SONORA LODGE NO. 23.
I. O. O. F.
Monday night In Eagle Hall.
VLiItlng brothers cordially Invited.
W. L. Summers. N G.
C. R. Percival, Sec'y.
BISBEE LODGE NO. 10.
I. O. O. F.
meets every TTod
ccsday evening lr
Meets In Masonic Hall,011 flows' HalL Main Si. VislUn
Becoud and Fourth j brothers ore cordially Invited to at
Wednesdays of each lend
FRED YARCHO. N. G.
Thos. Blair. Secretary.
Anna l-roy W M.
Mrs. Luella, Snodgrass. Sec'y.
1 A - --' - , S
Wc'have 500' or a thousand shares of Calumet Oil'
Office Copper Queen Hotel Building. Private wires
-to aH principal exchanges. -..
the service upon you of this Sum-1
uons If served within this Precinct: ' hand, anvwar? Not a blamed thing!
but If served without this Precinct, I've forgotten what I had in mind
but within file County, ten days; If when I started out and I started out
served out of the County, fifteen days; j briefly, too! The lpsldo of my head
u m omw w.w, iwuaty uays. or ,m1, iiko a patcnt churn with a hash
Judgment will be taken against ycu-jed up dlctlonary EOing r0und and
round inside It! Tou could almost
set that to music It you were clever!"
' Given under my hand at BUbee
this 9th day of SepL, 1912.
M C. HIGH.
Justice of tho Peace ot said Precinct.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
',MOUNTAIN VIEW DEVELOP. CO.
I There will be a meeting October
Hth, 1912 at 7:30 p m at Hogan
& Seeds OfUce. business of Import
hnce. , ,
' JOHN CORNING.
7W. . President
LODGE NO 67i
THE HEFFERN MINING
Albert Dahlfiurg at the Victoria Ho
fel on Brewery Gulch, Is authorized
to receive and receipt for the one
fer eent assessment called for on the
Heffern Mining and Development
stock. Call between 3 and C p. m.
This assets-Tient may also be paid to
Albert Heffern, P. O. Box 392, Dotig
la, Arizorau Advertisement. 514.
At the Bridge Club.
"Why did you prohibit Jewelry at
the meetings of your "bridge club V" "It
1 became too easy to signal for trumps.
Nearly every ono of tho players woro
a heart-shaped pendant, a solitaire
diamond, a marqnlte ring that looked
llxe a spade and a clover-teat brooch."
He store the paper Into pieces vi
ciously, got out another sheet, slammed
it down. Jabbed hsCpen into tho Inlc
and with his damp hair plastering his
"Mr. Alwell W. Adkins. Dear Sir
You don't know ine. but I lov your .
daughter and want Jo marry her. My i
Income is ? 4,000 & year and below are I
tho names ot five persons you can I
write to for Information about tae-1
Your daughter knows I am writing
this. Hoping for a, favorable reply. I
remain, yours truly.
"JOHN L. HEATH."
"That's what I was trying to say all
tho time!" he Jubilated as ho dropped
tho letter down, the mall chuto.
Reruiar meeting Crst
Friday ot each month.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited
J. M. Ball, Exalted Ruler.
E. M. Cox, Secretary.
Dreadnought L. O. L.
Meets every Mon
day night at 7:3C
sharp at Odd Fel
Iowa' Hall. Vlsltln
brothers cordially In
. R. KYLE. W. M.
. R, FERGUS. Rec.
5557 Sec'y.. Box 426.
i letter 'yesterday1 during office hours.
You used your employers time. Tnat i
"Well. sir. I have worked overtim
ateaat ono hundred times per jreai
tou the past ten years.". t
"Ha! Hum! That's business."
Head Review Want Ads
"When we speak of the hope of con
viction by which we llv we can at
least do so gravely and frankly . . .
we are too apt to tarn the edgo of dis
agreement by banter; oo apt to shrink
away from what we really most care
to say ... or to hear through dread
of a smile; too ready to distrust our
own sincerity because of the Inevit
able ebb and flow of our feelings and
sa to throw a veil ,6t something like
cynicism over the subjects we, feel
most sacred." Caroline Stephen.
ORDER OF OWLS.
ing first and
days of each
ODD FELLOWS' HALL.
C. L. Means, Pres. G. J. Reardon, secy
BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN
Richard I. Homesteady 895
meets second and fonrtn
Tuesday at Odd yellows'
Hall, visiting Archen are
W. C R- Hoover, Foreman.
E. D. Stlnson, Correspondent, Box
ft 1 rrSV
Blsbee Lodge No
452 meets over?
Ins; at K. ot
P. Hall. Visltinj
Elloa Foley. President.
Barbara Shearer, Secretary.
KLti T rJA
I. O. O. F.
GOLDEN RULE ENCAMPMENT
L O. O. F. Meets er
cry second and
fourth Friday. Odd
Fellows' Hall. All
Geo. Vanderwalker. C P.
F. C. Fenderson, Bcribo.
W. O. w.
Wooamen of the World
meet at Fair Hall, the
second and fourth
Mondays of each
month. Visiting broth,
ers Invited to attend.
O. B. Thomas, C. C.
C. N. Thomas. Clerk. ,
L. O. T. M.
The Ladles ot
the Meccabees of
the World meet
In the Fair hall
tho first atul
third Tuesdar of
each month. 7 30pm Visiting mem
ten cordially invited.
Julia Poole, Commander.
Mary Ashhy, Record Keeper.
F. O. B.
Blsbee Aerie 175, F. O, li, meets
first and third Mondays, 8 p. m.
Fair HaU. Visitors cordially wel
comed. Jas. McDonald, President.
M. D. Cohen, Aerie Physician.
K. &. ! O. S.
Knighu and Ladles of Security meet
In Medigovrtch Hall every 2nd. ana
Edward Adams, President
Graco Downing, Sec'y., P. O. Box 1471
Anna M. Shields, Financier, P. O.
Box 99L 455
Easy to Divine His Thoughts.
"Don't you feel sometimes like you'd
llketo be, a bird?" said MissSIlamt
Brown, sentimentally. "I specs meb
be I wouldn't mind,"- replied Erastus
PinUer, "It I could be a chicken
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Rathbone Lodge No. 10
Knights ot Pythias
mmi lue urat. second
jl and fourth Tuesdays off
i, eacn month m Fytnian
C'astio 7 30 p. m Vis
iting brothers '. conifer
ED KING, C. C.
J. C Krlsbaum. K. ot It. S,
, I. o R. M. ,,
Meets?' every Thursday eveulng at
7;30y'CJbck In Pythian Cattle. Afl
vlsitlpgAed Men welcome.
Wm.( R. Tonkin., Sachem.
1 C.Fenderson. K. of R.
M. D. Cohen. Medicine Man.
BISBEE LODGE NO. 711.
Meetings every Friday ,nlghti fMasaa
lc Temple. 'Visiting brothers cordial
ly Invited. '
F. E. Bennett. Dictator. .
J. A. M. Vonk, Secretary.
Liberty Court No. I. ;
Guardians of Liberty.
Meets In K. P. Hall every Suaday
.evtalng at 8 o'clock. JL.1; vfrtUac
members cordially t&v'icsS. '
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