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THEBISBEEDAILY REV IEW. BTSBEE. ARIZONA. THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 21, 1912
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PIE COUNTER CROWD
Two More Possibilities Are
Added to List of Would-
Another contender for the position
of postmaster at lltebee has risen, or
rather has beu (mossed bv his
friends. While the lobby politicians
have lieen Imsy with the alTalra of
the Kta Bltn Pie. the men under
ground have also been jaggllng with
names, -conferring the degree of I.
m. on paper. The latest acquisition
to the ranks of Ktas Is P. S. Wilson,
nn engineer at the Oliver shaft
The lightning struck several dsys
ogo ami a small army of friends
among the mining men Is busy booM
lns their favorite for the job. Wil
son has, never been na office holder
and. while he has always ijeen a
democrat, hht friends say that he
has always contended hlmselr with
helping- others on to iwlltical prefer
ment. He Is practically an unknown
figure In politics and for that
reason he figures somowhat as a dark
horse in the plum omelet.
.Humor also flashes the name of
Alllo Sowles of Ineli, on the poli
tical canvas as a prospectiie patriot
but it Is not Known If his boosters
have obtained his consent to mi-rc
him as a candidate.
The fight for the local plum lut
settled down to a regular stride now
ami nil candidates are working the
wlre that lead to Washington.
Ke "Did you ever observe what a
difference clothes mak on one's
mind? Now, when I am in my riding
togs, I'm all horse: when I hive on
my business suit, my mind's full of
busicesB; when I get Into my evening
drear my mind tales a purely social
turn." She "And I suppose that
when yon take a bath yoar mind's an
utter blank!" Stray Stories.
Symptom Seldom Seen.
A dle.tary expert declares there Is
no such thing as brain food Even if
there Is such a thing, few show symp
toms . of being overfed. Providence
V S. Donillas, of Nogajoe, arrived
in the city laet night on the 10 2".
l in. train from the west. He I?
registered at the Copper Queen.
Mrs. V. A. King of Warren 'is ux
pected to return from an extended
tilp to Canada today.
G. C. Smith of Cananea spent the
day In town.
Steve Hoemer of Tucson is a re
cent arrival at the Copper Queen hotel.
A. W. IJddell of tho Copper Queen
auditing department is here from
H. E. Ferris left yesterday for Kan
sas City on business.
J. U. Williams, of Hall & Illedsoe's
drug store, has returned from Phoe
nix, where he took the examination
of the pharmaceutical board.
Dr. Sims will leave tho last of tho
week for Phoenix, to attend a .meet
ing of the state dental lioard. Three
candidates will take the examination
to become dentists.
Mrs. J McGregor, mother of Jack
McGregor, will arrive In the city tomorrow-
and will spend the winter
here. Her son will meet her at Hen-son.
H. D. McVay loaves this morning
for Douglas on business.
Mrs. Hay Muerell Is visiting friends
at Douglas for a few days.
Miss joo. Welch Is spending sev
eral days at Douglas with friends
WELL KM BISBEE
Charles L. Means, President
of Local Owls Succumbs
to Fatal Malady
From Yuma comes sad news to tho
many friends of Charles L. Me ins who
lias been a well known resident of
Ulsbee for the past eight jears with
tho announcement of his death yes
terday The body Is expected to be
brought back to Ulsbee tomorrow and
One thrifty vvoman spent a day
darning a pillow-slip th3t was a mass
of rips, because sh pTiilalnori "it
was such a Ditv to wast- h hm!lt Is likely that the funeral services
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I iii uk ueiu cuiier tomorrow aiiemoou
-rrf.- n .j ... It wa known Uiat Charles U Means
was seriously ill but his death wad
hardly expected. Suffering from tuber
cular throat trouble he went to Yuma,
leaving Risbce a week ago last Fri
day and It was there that his death
came.' Upon his arrival -in Yum?.
he sent for his wife and she hurried
to bun. leaving thoir children with
their sister here, and she was with
him when death came
Mr Means came to Ulsbee abotr
eight years ago, was a native of Mis-
Tender Bread Crust.
1 Bread may be brushed oer with
melted butter three minutes Before
removing from the oven if a tender
crust Is desired. National Magarlne,
Oldest Inhabited House.
Kilkenny castle It one of tho oldest
Inhabited houses in the world, many
of tho rooms bilng much as they
were JKJfi cars a 50.
Cananea Prefect Will Take
as Bride Daughter of i
Well Known Family
iIcujamlH Hill, prefecto of Can
atoa, his daughter. Senorlta Adehna,
and U Dura&i, mineral agent af Cnn
nufa, and two daughters, SenorPts
Carmen and Maria, vvro gpeu Tue
day lit tlie cltv, returned to I'ir.anea
White tho party wns In thq city It'
was learned from u intimate frlemvj
that Seiionta Cannon Duraio will be'
married to Prefeoto ini! at Cananea. I
next Monday. The announcement ofj
tnoir engagement l said to have
brought to a closc or to a beginning
a very Interesting romance. Mr.
Hill, whose name implies American
lescent. is 0110 of the most tiopular
of Mexican offltifjls of the state ot
Sonora and has many friends on this j
side of the international line to whom ,
me news 01 ins coming weuuiug win
be of pleasant interest.
Senorlta Carmen Duraro Is pos-
Forsed ot beauty of the dashing, ra-j
dibnt tjpe and is a belle of Mexican'
society In northern Sonora She Is'
famed for her grace of manner and
Intellectual attainment-?. The wed
iilug wtll bo an event of Importance
.In official society In Sonora, since
the olfice of prefecto of Cananea Is
pecond only to thsit of governor of
rfonora In lntlueuce.
The wedding will be on a magnifi
cent scale, it Is said. Since the
party left the city it has hoes learned
that tho bride-to-be, Senorlta Carmen
Durazo. purchased nn expensive trous
seau from local shoprf. $1,000 worth
of dresses and finery. Aeiy to the
hearts of women, having oeen pur
chased from a single store here.
Thursday Friday and Saturday
We have just procured at a big saving an elegant llu of switches
from a salenman who wa) overstocked and offer them at a big
reduction lhee switches are made from the best sanitary hair,
all shades of hair colors are included In this lot. New tip to date
goods. Hanging in length from G to 30 inches.
Special This Week $3 am, $4
MCDONALD'S BEAUTY SHOP
GDTTON MS! BE "
DANCE AT DCN LUIS.
Do not forget the club dance at
Don I.uls Friday Night. Nov. 22. Ad
Uncle Pennyvvlse Says:
When all else falls, husband and.
wife can always argue the question as
to whether or not she could bavo dona
better than to marry him.
Agriculture supports nearly 1S.O00.
00 of the inhabitants of the German
sourl and was. about thirty seven leans
of age He leaves a wife ami two cliP.
drcn to mourn his besides bis many
friends He wan president of the lo
cal Older of Owls and a mcber of tlio
H I. L. and the former order has
taken charge of the funeral. For mos
of tho timo that ho has been in Dis
bee he was with. tIJoston & llrown and
in the- absence At llri Brown at dif
ferent times he has acted as manager
His business associations, lodge mem
nierslilp and pleasing personality won
him friends on all sides and makes lm
loss the more felt
Let. us sen
Many coffee drinkers are changing to this new
food beverage. It tastes much like the higher
grades of 4aa- tut Is absolutely free from the
cofTee drug, "caffeine" the csise of so much
headache, nerve Irritability, heart trouble and in
digestion. ' Fill out and mall coupon below, enclosing 2c
stamp for postage, and a r.-ciip tin will be sent
direct to vou
Requires No Boiling
It Is made "quick as a wink" by stirring a level
teaspoonful (more or less for taste desired) In
& rap of hot water an I adding 'sugar to taste, i
ami enough cream to b"ing the color to golden
Grocers Sell this
100-cup tins 50c 50-cup tins 30c
"There's a Reason" for Postum
f KJTAMT P05TBH
J Posfu(r H&k
Fill Out Sff
This Coupon 3v
: Paium Cereal Co.. Ltd..
Bailie Creek, Mich.
J Enclosed EzA 2c stamp (or trial tin of Instant
! rcsttna. ifrt
W. E. Barnes, of the South
ern Pacific, Tells of the
Adaptability of This
State for Cotton
IS VERY LIKE EGYP1
Wide areas of tillable and lrriganle
lands of Southern Arizona, in both
canal and shallow- water areas, will
within a few jears contain many
hundreds of acres or Kgypliau cot
ton fields If plans now under vv.iy
are brought to success That Ari
zona soil and climate are Ideal for
this highly profitable product has
been demonstrated by recent tests.
important facta regarding the
move to grow Egyptian cotton on a
large scale in Southern Ariona weie
related in Tucson by W E. Darnes,
traveling freight and passenger agent
of the Tucson division ot tho South
ern Pacific railroad with headquart
Proved a Success
Mr llarnes said:
"Knowing the great value of a
field crop ot Dgyptlan cotton, hav
ing spent sewn jears in Egvpt
where the plant Is a staple, I have
tieen working 16 get It Introduced In
to Southern Arizona and It baa
proved a marked success In Ari
zona's soil aildiiurJcr Aiizona's- sun.
"Orficials of "the United States de
pirtmnt of agriculture have had
erected at Cacaton. a gin for tho
benefit of growers in that vicinity,
the gin Just now being completed.
Nlnet) acres grown In that region
demonstrated wbit can bo done with
Egyptian cotton in that soil, demon
strated that ii was a success in nil
the word means. As a re&ult of this
the farmers around Safford have
formed an association and already
havl) signed upji total of 200 acres,
with more 'signatures, and more
acres to come.
"In recent months the agricultural
experts of the University of Arizona
have given increased attention to .ex
periments with Egyptian cotton as a
plant for that region and their work
has been Interesting and will prove
highly proBtablo to the state and to
Southtern Arizona land owners. On
exhibition at the headquarters of tho
Tucson chamber of commerce are
several stalks of Egyptian cotton
which is of such generous growth
and of such prolific nature that any
doubt one might entertain regarding
lino acaptaumiy 01 me piani a au
j zona soil would be dispelled when he
I takes a look at the number of boils
' and the staple
"I have been endeavoring for some
.months or longer, I may s;y, to see
, Egyptian cotton grown In Southern
Arizona, uecaube i Knew iv mum
prove a success. I am familiar with j
the Egyptian cotton industrj as a re
sult of my experience with It In
Egypt and I believe that Arizona will
rival Egypt in growing this crop. The
staple brings fancy prices, and theie
does not seem that any region any
where on either continent can bo
better adapted to tho growing of this
than Southern Arizona. J expect
to see wide areas of the plant grown
there before many months."
In Salt River Valley
Much cotton Is grown In the Salt
River Valley" of Arizona In the
Phoenix region several gins have
been running regularly since the cot
ton picking season began. Then to
the west of Southern Arizona the lm
nertal valley In Southern California
has been a region of cotton growing
(for sorrfe yeans, the aggregate acre-
grown to the north of the Southern
Pacific territory of Arizona and west
of it, proves, declare tho Southern
Arizona people, that their region will
crow cotton abundanUy and the
Egyptian staple to perfection
Postum Cereal Co, Ltd., Battle Creek, Mich.
New Service Inaugurated.
Tho passenger service over the
rairbank-Tucbou extension of the El
Paso &. Southwestern was inaugurat
ed without a hitch yesterday morn
ing, the train running according to
schedule. The Disbea stub left here
ot CT5 a. m. on the minute, carrying
a good-sized delegation of Illsbeeltes
bound for Tucson, as well as eastern
Yesterday's Hotel Arrivals.
At the Copper Queen hotel: A. W.
Uddc-11. Douglas: If. C. I,ews. San
l'rancisco: Oliver Williams. El Paso
J. E. Rowlands. Phoenix; W. J. Shurz,
San Francisco; Stevo Itoemer, Tuo-
ton; J C Smith. Cananea. II. H.
Peck. Seattle; J. G. Foot, New York.
P. II. Sargent. St Joe; Frank Hu
man. Cananea; Dee McKee, Cananea;
J. R. Chapman, Denver; F F Chap
Scarlet Fe'ver Reported.
Two additional cases of scarlet
fever have been reiwrted to county
health authorities one at RakervHle
and another at' Warren. Roth hare
been quarantined. A Mexican, charged
with breaking the quarantine over
his home at TJntown, will be ar
raigned this morning at 10.30 o'clock
before Justice Ceorge Smith, ot Lo
Coal -Viust be Getting Low
About this timo Isn't It? Bet
ter have u put you In your sup
ply right now Then you'll have
that oti your mind any way
Coal doesn't spoil and you have
got to get it sooner or later.
So why not order now and thus
be prepared for any emergency.
Oak chunks. Juniper and Oak
wood, any lengths, chicken feed
Rlsbcc Telephone 215
Lowell Telephone 120
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Independent Fuel & Feed Company
Ofuce Main St,
Opp. Palace Stables
Connecting with Logan & Bryai
Private Wire System at Denver
CORRESPONDENTS; Palna Web
ber Co., Oot ton and Calumet.
Logan & Bryan, Chicago and New
'special attention given copper stocks I
Twins were born to Sir. and Mrs
MiKo Calvoe at the Copper Queen
hospital, Tuesday evening.
Glenn Smpley, the young man who
shot himself several weeks ago, W.1I
be operated upon today at tho Cop
per Queen hospital for the removal
of an accumulation or blood from
the interior of the pistol wound.
St. John's Guild to Meet.
St. Johns Guild of the Episcopal
church will meet vvlt Mrs. Brown,
at Warren, this afiernobn' at '2.30
Rcse Goes to Pen.
W. J Rose of RIsbee, was taken to
Florence vesterday by Deputy Sher
iff Allie Howe to begin serving his
penitentiary sentence imposed b
Judge Sutter of the SuDerlor court.
Rose having entered a plea of euilty
to the charge of shooting Mrs. Gladys
Tucker at a rooming house on Scliool
IIU1 several months ago Ross first
entered a plea of not guilty and was
held to the superior court when ar
raigned for the preliminary before
Judge High of this city. Later, at
Tombstone, he changed his plea and
was sentenced Mrs. Tucker- remain
ed at a local hospital for a week fol
lowing the shooting the bullet frora
Rose's revolver having pierced both
lower limbs but 'ehe has since recovered
2Tired Feet With But'
"a Single Though TIZ
For Aching, Blistered, Bunioned,
Chafed, Tired, Sweaty Feet
Kindergarten for Cht.ia.
Republican China is to have a com
plete kiDdergartca system Installed in
th-9 natloual bchoclg Miss Mary P.
Ledyard. kindergarten supervisor oi
the Los Anseles city schools, an
nounced recently that she wovld bead
tho Chinese schools.
improved Ppsr Fastener.
To Eavo the 'use of metal fasteners
o hold several papers togeifcer a band
ji'nch has been invented 'bat makes a
tousae-shaped out In wven' sbocU
fence and fold tfc ttnues to
Send for a Free Trial Package Quick
You needn't rubber to see foot
misery; It is forced to your attention
every day. But there Isn't as much
List Your Property
For Quick Sales With
Hogan and Se
Real Estate and Fire Insurance
Phone 10. Main Street
COPPER QUEEN HOTEL
and High Class Cafe
Snepial $1nn TaWc rl'Hnle Dinner From 5?3f) fn 8 n. in
Reg lax 50c Luncheon Daily HENRY P0PPEN, Manage j
ALL ABOARD FOR TURKEY
on Thanksgiving. By We wny, are
there any places on jour poultry
house or barn which will allow your
birds to got out or some night prowl
er to get In? Why not have us send
j ou lumber enough lo make them J
secure. Don't valt till your Thanks
giving dinner is stolen iw it now .
w5K!0N Lumber Co.
? KS s-S&i53
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Bisbec Lumber Company, Inc
WHOLESALE AND RETAH JEALERS IN OREGON ND
TEXAS PINE, REDWOOD SHV,GES, MOULDINGS, BUILDERS
HARDWARE, DOORS AND CASHES OF ALL KINDS, MININO
TIMBERS AND WEDGES, CARLOAD LOTS A 8PECIALTY.
TELEPHONE L-12J EMIL MARKS, Manager
P a I ace Livery
and Undertaking Co.
Bower) A Hubbard, Proprietor
AUTOMOBILES- FOR HIR
Bltbee 23 Lowel' 7
THE ARIZONA AND NEW
MEXICO RAILROAD CO.
7.35 a. m. Lv Clifton ar. 4:03 p. ra.
8,15 a. m. Lv Guthrie Lv 3:30 p. m.
9:00 a. m. Lv Duncan Lv 2:36 p. m.
10-2J a, m. Lv LordelMrg Lv J.:33 p. m.
11:30 a. m. Ar Hachita Lv 12:10 p. m.
South bound train connects with
Southern Pacific west bound train
ro..l, leaving Lordsburg 10:57 a. m,
South bound train connects with El
Paso & Southwestern east bound
tra n for El Paso, leaving Hachita at
11:59 a. n, Mountain Time, and
with west bound train for Douglas
and Blabeo, leaving Hachita at 11:53
a. in., Mountain Time.
R. K. MINSO.V.
Clifton, Ari. General Passenger Agent
of it as there used to be TIZ lujt
educated us to foot comfort. TIZ
works on a new principle goes tnio
the sweat glands of the feet, forces
them to exude all those acids and
poisons that cause foot troubles TI2.
Eoftens corns, callouses and bunions.,
they shrink and fade away. Foot
pa.ns ce:?e at once. There is soth
lng else to take the place of a TIZ
foot bath. Get a 23 cent box from
any drug store, department or sen.
era! store, or. if you want to prove I
IL write today to waiter Luther
Dodge Co, 1223 S. Wabash. Ave., Chi
cago, 111, for a free trial package of
TIZ. Ouo TIZ foot bath and your
feet will never want anything but
Next Fair Hall
O. K. LIVERY and
ROBERT nENNE8ST, Jrop.
Phone 15. Op. Depot Ambulant
JOHN A. CAMPBELL
214 Douglas Bldg,
Los Angeles. Calif.
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