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FOR SALE Coal, best In town.
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Repair shop. 411
FOR SALE or Trade Light spring
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LOST Bunch of keys Return for
rW!rA l ? finv Pnnnni Hniinn
Store 42S ' luaner ol section 28 Township 23
' S, Range 22 E., G & S R. Meridian,
LEARN automobile repairing, driving has filed notice of intention to make
on up to date cars; electrical, civil , Final Three Year Proof, to establish
engineering, surveying; methods 1 claim to the land above described, be
most practical; room and boar ' 'or Jared D Taylor, United States
while learning; positions secured;
satisfaction guaranteed, catalog
free. National School of Engineer
ing. 2110 W. 7th., Los Angeles.
., Vital Question.
Elmer E. Brown, the new chancellor4
if New York University, tells the fol-
'rnviw fiTioivTntfl. "Yrflr thn nnnrnach
..-..it, -. .. -.-.- .
t tho final examinations a professor
ris cautioning his class against neg
ectlng r. thorough review of tho se
nester's work ard was pointing out In a
jeneral way what the examlnatloa
vould cover. 'I'll pause now to an
rwer any questions tho professor add- j MmerSuney No 2851. situated ap
,d. -and then I must go and prepare K'&m! wtrVen Mining:
." , . 1 !.,.. .1,
ne exanunanuu iM.aawu uuiw .-...
, a (ne primer, i uuru uaa .uou.;k
lueuce. 1 111 rciiuy w ans.. ,.
juestions,' tho professor repeated,
imilins around encouragingly. Then
.. . . -t. . ,i i.r..i
i n tne nacK oi mo room u uiuub"w
, looking student with solemn faco
irose. Said ho. 'If I may ask, who Is
Food for Thought Here.
A southerner, who has his own waj
of stating things. Inquires whether
the world Is fair "in dealing with
God's services." "We will criticise a
Jong sermon." ho says, "a lengthy
prayer, or any lengthy rellglom serv
ices, but Fit quietly through i two
st politics! speech, a funny lecture
or even a monkey shew."
. Notu-e is hereby given by the un
dersigned Administrator of the Estate
of'Lctta S. Woods, deccasedTto the
1 creditors of and all persons havlHg
cims against saia aecaaeu, .xo .ex
hibit them with the necesfsary'fouch
ers within four months after tlie first
publication of this notice, to the said
Administrator at th'o offices of Ellin
wood & Ross, Attorneys at Law, in
BltsLee, Cochise County, Arizona, the
same being the place for the trans
action of the business of said estate.
(Signed ) HENR? M. WOODS,
Administrate:- of tho Estate of Letta
S. Woods. Deceased.
Dated at Bisbee., Cochiee County,
Arizona. November 4th, 1312
THE BISBEE DAILY REV IEW, BISBEE. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING , NOVEMBER G, 19i2
& A Penny Saved is a Dollar Spent
( l)li awic imi
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
-Department of the Interior
j U.S. Land Office at Phoenix, Ari
zona, uctober via, 1912.
NOTICE lsjhereby gtven that Press
E. Wllkcrson of Lowell, Arizona,
who, on July 29th, 1909, made Home
stead entrj. No, 06513, for Northeast
.quarter of. Section 3, Township 23 S.
Range 2C E.G & S. It Meridian, has
filed notive of Intention to make Final
Three Year Proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, before
Jared D. Taylor, United States Com
missioner, at Bisbee. Arizona, on the
11th day of November, 1912.
Claimant names at witnesses:
William Liggett, of Bisbee, Arizona;
William K York, of Lowell, Ariz;
Frank Crlstinl. of Bisbee, Ariz.;
Henry Stocks, of Lowell, Ariz ;
FRANK H. PARKER,
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at Phoenix, Arl
ona, October 9lh, 1912.
NOTICE is hereby given that Rob
crt Arborn. Jr.. of Bisbee, Arizona,
who, on March 24th 1909 made Home
btead Entry No. 0.'.36C, for Southeast
commissioner, at Bisbee, Arizona, on
the 14111 day of November, 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Charles A. Stevens of Bisbee, Ariz.
Charles Wilson, of Bisbee, Ariz ;
Jacob C Baker, of Hereford, Ariz.;
BenJ. T. Stuart, .of Hereford. Ariz.;
MINERAL APPLICATION NO. 016804
Mineral Application No. 016804.
United States Lana omce. Phoenix,
Arizona, Aug. 29, 1912. Notice is
hereby given that James M Howlett,
whobe iostofflce address Is Kelvin.
Arizona, ha3 made application for pat-
I ent to tee American lodo claim
I " " " " " "-. a"CU jnuius
trlct Cochise County, Arizona, de-
scribed as follows: Beginning at Cor.
No. 1 whence U. S M M. No. 4 War
ren Mining District brs. N. 40 de.
26 mln. W. 3231.6 ft., thence N. 74 deg.
30 mln. E. 200.4 ft. to Cor. No. 2,
theice S. 32 deg. 06 mln. K. 82.7 ft.
to Cor. No. 3, thence S. 86 deg. 45
mln. W. 323 6 fL to Cor. No. 4, thence
N. 32 des. 06 min. W. 10 ft. to Cor.
No. 1 the place of the beginning. The
location notice of the American claim
Is recorded in the Recorder office of
Cochise County, Arizona, in Book 32
at pjge 557. Adjoining claims are
Virginia lode Sur. No. 1347 on the
north; Ornrind lode Sur. Np. 1393 on
the east and Baton Rouge lode Sur.
No. 1398 on the south. Area In con
fllct with Virginia lode Survey No
1317 amounting to 0.033 acres is ex
pressly excluded from this application.
FRANK II. PARKER,
Date of First Publication September 1,
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
OF THE COUNTY OF COCHISE,
STATE OF ARIZONA.
Notice of Hearing Petition for Probate
IN THE Matter of the Estato of
JANE OLIVER, Deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that Frl
da, the Sth day of November. 1912,
at 10:60 o'clock A. M of said day, at
the court room of said Cour at tho
Court House in inj eiy of Tomb
stone, County of Cochise, State of
Arizona, have been "appointed the
time and place for proving tho Will
of said Jane Oliver, deceased, and
for hearing the Petition of Richard
J)av is 'forth hBoance to" him, the
said Richard Davis of Letters -Testamentary
Dated October 21, Z912.
J. E. JAMES,
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior
U. S. I.and Office at Phoenix, Art'
zona, October 9th, 1912.
NOTICE -is hereby given that Wil
liam J. Berner, of Garces, Arizona,
who. on February 18th, 1910 made
application to make final proof under
the Small Holdings Act. entry. No.
D9008, for S". E. 1-4 N, W- 1-4 S. W.
1-1 N. E. 1-4, N W. 1-4 S. E 1-4, N E.
1-4 S. W 1-4, Section 9, Township 23
S Range 20 E-. G. & S. R. Meridian,
has flW notice of Intention to make
Final I roof, to establish claim to the
i land a tore described, before I. D.
Taylor. United States Commissioner.
, at Bisbe. Arizona, on the 16th day
of November. 1912: and will prove
J possession by myself or predecessors
In Interest for more than 20 years
As Twer one
THli ti UO tMCABi
-iwiNKixtrr havb a sale.
I OUGHT -m CFT
prior to survey by two of the follow
Robert Todd, of Garces, Arizona;
James E. Kelley, Garces, Arizona;
Caleb A. Newman, of Garces, Ariz.
Joseph. i Lippert, of Bisbee, Ariz.;
FRANK H. PARKER.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior
U, S. Land Office at Phoenix Arl
zona, October 9Ui, 1912. .
NOTICE Is I hereby given that
Charles J. Lundvall, of Don Luis,
Arizona, who," on October 26th,
190S, make .Homestead entry,
No. 01371, for Northwest .quar
ter or, section 4, Township 24 5.
Range 21 EU, G & S. R. Meridian, ha3
filed notice of intention to make Final
Three Tear Prppf, to establish claim
to the land above described, before
Jared D. Taylor. United States Com
missioner, at Bisbee, Arizona, on the
15th day of November. 1312.
Claimant names as 'Witnesses:
Charles W. Hull,
Samuel C. Smiley, all of Don Luis,
FRANK II, PARKER,
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF
STOCKHOLDERS OF EL PASO
0. SOUTHWESTERN RAIL.
The Annual .Meeting of tho stock
holders of tha El Paso & Southwest
ern Railroad company for the election
of directors to servo for the ensuing
year, and for the transaction of such
other business as may be properly
brought before ithe meeting, will Bo
held at the office of tho company, In
Bisbee, Cochise county, Arizona, on
Slonday, November 11th, 1912, at
iwelvo o'clock noon.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT,
OF THE COUNTY OF COCHISE,
STATE OF ARIZONA
Notice of Hearing Petition.
IN THE Matter of the Estate ol
Elisa Schmid Deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that Kon
rad Schmid has filed lit this -ourt His
Petition praitpg.jhat ho be appointed
Administrator of the Estate of Elisa
Schmid, Deceased, and that the same
will be heard on Friday, tho Sth day
of November, -V D., 1912, at 10.00
o'clock In the forenoon of said day, at
the Courtroom of said court, In tho
City of Tombstone, Couny of Cochise,"
State of Arizona, and all persons In
terested in said estate aro notified,
theu and there to appear and show
cause. If any they have, why the pray
er of said petitioner should not be
J. E. JAMES,
Clerk of the Superior Court
By C. B. WILSON.
Dated October 22nd., 1912.
!N ThE SUPERIOR COURT,
OF THE COUNTY OF COCHISE,
STATE OF ARIZONA.
Notice oT Time Appoln'ed for Hear
ing Application for Letters of Ad
ministration. IN THE Matter of the Estato of
ROY C. JACOBS. Deceased.
Pursuant to an order of said Su
perior Court made on tho 21st day of
October. 1912, notice Is hereby given
that Friday the 8th day of November,
1312, at 10-00 o'clock, A. M., at the
Court room of said Court, at tho Coun
ty Court Houso In the City of Tomb
stone. County of Cochise, State of
Arizona, has been appointed as the
time and place-'for hearing tho ap
plication of Daniel Hanley on file
herein for the issuance to him of
Letters of Administration upon the es
tate of Roy C. Jacobs, deceased, and
alleged In said application to have
died intestate, when and where any
person Interested may appear and
contest tho same.
Dated this 21st day of October,
A. D, 1912.
J. E. JAMES.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF
COCHISE COUNTY, STATE
Blsbee-Naco Water Company.
George L. Staley,
Sheriff's Sale Number 91.
Under and bv virtue of an execution
Issued out of tho Superior Court of
the County of-Cochise, State or Arl
zonajjtind to, me-direct edd deliv
ered for a JudgmpnD rendered In said
fjourt, on thc,.2Ttli dajjft'ot, August,
1912, tn 'favor-' of Bisbee-Naco Water
-tui kuVa? nvt
iflr jtowes' aho Twev ,
PCMSIve AS THC
OtHEKS IT .
Company, a Corporation, plaintiff, and
against George L. Staley, defendant,
for tho sum of Four Thousand Six
Hundred Fourteen and 08-100 (J4,
014.58) Dollars, lawful money of
United States, besides interest, costs
and accruing costs, and on which judg-
Jnent execution was issued SepL 6th,
1912, and returned by Sheriff partly
satisfied In tho amount of Ono Hun
dred and no-100 (?100.00) Dollars and
unsatisfied in the amount of Four
Thousand ,-lVve Hundred Nlnety-Fvo
and 88-100 (14,595.88) Dollars, lawful
money of United States, I have this
day levied upon all tho right, title and
in tores t of George L. Staley, said de
fendant, of, In and to the property
particularly described as follows; in
the City of Bisbee, Tombstone Can
j on, County of Cochise, Arizona;
1. Ono certain galvanized Iron
tank situate on a mining claim know n
as the "Bessie" to which claim one
Henry Waters asserts title, and up
tho hill from the residence of said
Waters between 150 and 200 feet, to
gether with tho appurtenances of sa-d
tank, the same being used as a stor
age tank by defendant.
2. One certain gasoline engine, and
Its appurtenances, and the frame
building in which the same is sit
uated, adjoining the residence of said
Waters on the south side of Tomb
stone canyon aforesaid.
3. One certavn gasoline engine, and
its appurtenances, and the frame
building in which the same is situated,
near to and easterly a short dlstanco
from what are known as tho Keating
Houses, and some one hundred feet
away from the residence of said Wa
ters. 4. One certain shed ,and the tools
and implements therein of every kind
and nature, near said Keating Houses
5. Water pipe system, cons.sting
of mains and pipes from a well on said
"Bessie" claimi and tho other well
on what is commonly known as the
"Total I.o$s" claim, upon and near
which said engines are situate, being
the main line from said wells to
Tombstone canyon, thence along said
can on in its easterly trend, to tho
pa nt where Clawson avenue in Bib
bee intersects the road in said can
ven; together with all lateral pipes
and branches of every kind and de
scription therefrom, including the lat
erals or branches to Warren Hill,
Brophy avenue, Crltchley Hill; Jacks
Lumber Yard property, and to Curve
Street, to the Harris properties, to
Bailey Hill, to Laundry Hill, to tho
IXndstrom property, to tho Hassler
property, to Art Hill, and the Medlgo
vlch stables, all in said canyon, all as
heretofore used and enjoyed by
Georgo L. Staley, and the rights of
personalty appurtenant thereto."
Public notice is hereby gien that
on Tuesday, the 12th day of Novem
ber, 1912, I will sell all the right, ti
tle and Interest of George I Staley.
of, in and to tho above described prop
erty, or so much thereof as may be
necessary' to satisfy plaini.fr s claim,
besides all costs, interest and accru
ing costs to the highest bidder for
cash, lawful money of United States.
The said sales will take place as
follows: Tho Tank described In par
agraph 1 at the location place of
said tank at 10 o'clock, a. m. Gasoline
engine paragraph 2 at 10.15 a. m.
where said engine is located, all prop
erty described in paragraph 3 at tho
bite of the gasoline engine therein de
scribed at 10:30 a. m. Property de
scribed In paragraph 4 at the site ot
tho certain shed therein described at
10.45 a, m.; and property described
In paragraph 5 at the head of tha
water pipe system tuera.n uescrmeu
at 11 00 o'clock a. ra. at place men
tioned for sale of property described
In paragraph 3.
Dated at Tombstone, Arizona, this
30th day of October. 1912.
HARRY C. WHEELHR. Sheriff,
By GUY C. WELCH. Deputy Sheriff.
TO THE CREDITORS OF THE FIRST
NATIONAL BANK OF BISBEE:
The checks for the payment of the
third dividend of 15 per cent have
been received from the Comptroller
of the Currency, and will be deliv
ered to the creditors of said bank up
on production of tho Receiver's Re
ceipt Issued to you, and the signing
of a receipt covering the said divi
dend, at ray office In the Schmld
November 2nd, 1912.
J. M. O'CONNELL,
t J?"0 Weak,8pcU.. -. ,
"Well,'4 Said tne'Id'rnan, aftu the
college commencement, "I've made a
lawyer out of John, a. electric science
feller out of Bill, a professor out of
Thomas, while James is a preacher
an' Dick's a , polltlclaner; but I'm
thinkin' till take about all that John,
Bill, Dick an myself kin make to
keep the professor an' the preacher
above Ugh water." Atlanta ConstlWc
T .vWf m wiiwpppqjjajywff
WEEK ENDING NOVEMBER 9.
Georg A. Bridge. C. U.
Basselt Watklns. Secy. F. &. A. U.
F E. Bennft, T. I. M.
I. T. Abramd. H. P.
George A. Bridge, 5. C.
W. R. Banks, Secy-. Huachuca Coun
cil. R. A. M. & IC T.
ORuER OF EASlCRN STAR
Pear! Chapter, No. .
Meets In Ma?onlc Hall
EeconJ and Fourth
Wednesdays of e&cu
Anna Leroy, W M.
Mrs. Luella, Snodgrass. Sec"y.
SONORA LODGE NO. 23.
I. O, O. F.
, Cananea Mexico,
Monday night In Eagle Hall.
Visiting brothera cordially invited
W. L. Summers.. N. G.
C. R. Perclval, Secy.
BISBEE LODGE NO. 10.
I. O. O P.
fe meets every TTeo
Odd Fellows' Hall. Main St. at 7.30
Visiting brothers arc cordially Invited
FRED YARCHO, N. G.
rHOS BLAIR. Secretary
ORDER OF OWLS.
ing first and
days of each
ODD fELLOWS' HALL.
C L. Means, Pres. G. J. Reardon, secy
BROTHERHOOD OF AFRICAN
Richard I. Homesteady 895
.meets second and fourth
I Tuesday at Odd yellows
Hall, visitlne Archert are
W. C. R. Hoover, Foreman.
E. D. Stlnson, Correspondent, Box
BISBEE LODGE NO. 71C
Meetings every Friday night, Mason
ic Temple. VlsIUng brothers cordial
F. E. Bennett, Dictator.
J A. M. Vonk. Secretary.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
IN THE COUNTY OF COCHISE.,
STATE OF ARIZONA. '
Notice of Settlement of Account,
JN THE MaTtcr of the Estate ot
ELSIE TOLES, Deceased.
NOTICE Is hereby given that
Georgo Toles, the administrator of
the estate of Elsie Toles, deceased,
has rendered and presented for settle
ment, and filed In said Court, bis. an
nual accocnt of his administration of
said estato; and that Friday, the l'th
day of November, 1912, at 10 00
o clock, A. M., at the Court-room of
sal Court, at the Court House in the
'city ,of - Tprabijtonc In said Cochise
Cpunty. has teen duly appointed by
the Judge of said court, for tho set
tlement of said account at which
time and place ai.y person Interested
in said estate may appear and file his
exceptions 1n writing, to the said at-'
count ana coniesutse same.
J-. E. JAMES,
Clerk of t.ho Superior Court
Dated October 28, 1912.
Two TOHW-ITS No "MCTVMtl ,
ICHCAPEW-HCRe j -tS TlHA-rleSS
J VCM03TOO I, LATIT? JKcMCBE
Sim hjv ma!
I 1! V-lAV JS
CS. MK.VARV T. MWSCAV
in'w vwo vwnrt nvLf
FB-tCfl AM' AHW CAKWECIETDO 1
NOW WASHTAJJOUHP. -J'
T. F. B.
Bisbee Lodge No
452 meet every
In? at K. of
P. Hall. Visiting
Ellen. Foley, PresIdenL
Barbara Shearer, Secretary.
K. L. O. S.
Knights and Ladles of Security meet
in Medigovich Hall every 2nd. and
J am os F. Humphries. President
Grace Downing, Box 3G0, Sec'y. J 'i
Anna M. Shields, Financier,
P O. Box 1471, (73)
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Rathbone Lodge No
10 Knights of Pythias
meet the first, second
and fourth Tuesdays
of each month in Py
thian Castlo 7:30 p. m
Pythian brothers cor
ED KING, C. C.
J. C. KRIGBAUM, K of IL S.
- v' I. O. R. M.
Meets every Thursday evening t,
7:30 o'clock in Pythian Caitle. All
visiting Red Men welcome.
Wm. R. Tonkin, Sachem.
F. C. Fenderson, K. of R, !
M. D. Cohen. Medicine Man.
I. O. O. F.
GOLDEN RULE ENCAMPMEN1
L O O. F. Meets e
cry second a.n-
fourth Friday at
7:30 p. m. Odd
Fellows Halt Al
Geo. Vanaerwalker, C. P
F C Fenderson. Scribe
W. O. W.
Woodmen of the World
meet at Fair Hall, th
second and fourth
Mondays of each
month. Visiting broth
ers Invited to attend
O. B. Thomas, C. C
C N: Thomas. Clerk.
Bisbee Aerie 175, F. O E, meet
first and third Mondays, 2 p. .'at
Fair HalL Visitors cordially weJ
Jas. 'McDonald, PreudenL
U. D .Cohen, Aerie Physician.
LODGE -NO 67.
Router meetlnjt trrtt and tnira
Friday ot each month.
Visiting brothers cordially lnritnl
J. M. Ball, Exalted-Ruler.
E. M, Cox, Secretary.
Dreadnought L. O. L.
Meets every Mon
day night at 7;3C
sharp at Mason
ic halL .Visiting
brothera cordially In
, It. KYLE. W. M..r
It. FERGUS. 'BM.
d8EF Sec'y.. Box 42C3f J
Tho story Is told of a Pennsylvania
man who woke up with a., thirst tho
other night and drank.-a pint of-car-pct.taoksj
To make, tfce (le com!eto
he should have swallowed" a jamrnit:
as a-chaser. Toledo JBlade.4 .
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