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Morning's paper. .
UANTKUr-Pe ikw- as
Whtow. m cMMtm. A
Keith, co KeTtaw.
WANTKI-FuBilKsa ltown atbr K-
Xtew- afilef, geBthwMiMate
Iriee Itr. rwy; Asritf3jriwar9wv
Cftre ReH. 1m
WANTKD Bonrder t see Tomb
stone OttHJOB. MetK stop. HotH
coofcing. - 76.
.MRS. M1LL1MA.V w to
the ha oenri a d4ntK roem up
stairs In the IfagiiM liouw. 0
WANTBD Cieon cotton rags at Ite-
vtew office. . - 460
WANTBD To pay the Wgheet cah
price for your furniture. It costs
im. nrvtbim in r&x 14R tm tn& it
wiH m 30 nc . G. O. 3RAN
SdN.JOBBWn AJd.. pnono 425 76
'lAURIS BLOCK FDRXITORE CO.
New aad second ' httad farniture
bought and goW. FHw stock wall
'paper. Urc-ry avenue, phone
RANTKI) Ctau ooUoh rasa
fj WANTKD To tuy all th ec
' omJ band furniture in th
Warren itrlU Pbobc 341.
Itrooica-Coofer niKre Co
w lj-UrfH Ch1.
tCVO KUKXISHKD ttowws to rent
-' Oho three imam wi other four
roan. KwiMlre tie. 7 Montana
atreet, ljwtt, or Bssjr Bee re-
' sanruwt. U.
COR KENT Puraiaaod modern are
roaa bowse la Warren. Party ra-
imt Mast o-oarfl sawr. Datlrahfa
totravttioa to right party. Addreae
'lei. Kertew. 67J
POR RKNT Sbc ream hoeee. eaoaprl
BVttable for roomers, partly fui-
- ttiahed. 65 Uienvary Areauu. sear
Iwnber yard. 3S9
TOR RENT Nice!) farnhrnet moots
ear Allen Block. Rbmc rnaaoaaWa.
The Lorcna HoteJ. Phoae Black 5
CABIN- Kor batching. Apply Mra
Uboj. YounRhJood HiU. 1
STBAM heated reorne at the
For Sale Miscellaneous..
roR SALE or trade BooWer. Coir
c4o reaidoaecv valve $120. for
rtlaber property. Address Box 126S
1X)R aAi-v-Ocap, good geaeral
faefty has m. aa4 baggy. Phoae 199.
wm w. n
fOR SALB Tatare
.ttm Orchard or Hrophr A1
proprt to rent, innuire of
Partey. 217-f Orchard Ave.
roR SALE Patagraaia offers many
uaaarUwttsM for ttre asiPiag ana.
' I mm locate you on good inside
owner aad afinr ctaisaa that will
. LEVY BROTHERS
Connecting with" E-rF.- Ijjutton & Co.'s private wire.
Stocfca Btmdt. ph a4rtonriona eomjer
9rrrMtf a:n4lrv ' ' i ' ' "
OSce Copper Queen Ho tel
m all principal exchanges,
sell for big money this year. Have
good shlppiAK ooi)jer property for
ale or lefi en Hberal termts. Tb
ty years a jitoueer in this drefiet
Write iae. Wat. Powers, I'atagoat,
.MONEY TO LOAN On real estate
' asS ngotitUai. steck- and bonds at
S simple iMsroft. Bay your own
home and pay fir tt at Ieie than
$18.00 per moath, IncliHtiog bota
note and taterwL L. T. t'razier.
Kooms 13 and 14 Allen Block.
FOK SAI.W-Kuhcu in SalpAw
Sori alley. Good wait ac wa
ter, wiit eafrlne hoee awi live
stock, require Leader Saloos, Lo
well. 68 i.
1 fRT Anivttl , K..rLa.l ILf It
with diamond. Return to Bro'paj
LOST Reward for return of-Scotca
collie pup, S moatliB old. to A. R
GritttUi. Uare Buxton-Smith Co.
-df Eegai Advertisements.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
The County of Cochise State of
In The MAtUtr of ih,Iiltata of JB&-
-ward Peiwttoa .Oaat-1 Deeael.
NOTIfiOr HKAKiNO PBTITION
NotlcStle kerty jrtven -that Geor
R. Sith, has Sled in this court a p
tJUoa praying for tetterb of aduinis
tratioit of the estate at Edward Pea
clton Uabb'art, deceaaed, and that th
Utaiae wU he heaM on Frkiay the
Wat day-of Jamwy. a. D. 1913. at
I h: orfock At tfae forenoon of aaM
r: at the Coortrcoic ot said court,
the City or Tombstone, County of
Cochise, State of Arizona, and all per
one fatereated ra said eetate are no
tified, then aad there, to appear and
chow cause, if any they have, whj
tbc prayer ot saM potttioaer shouM
not be sraated.
J. K. JAMKS.
Clerk of the Superior Coart
Dated January IS. 113.
-NOTICE OF SCHOOL BOND
Bacaaa in oar jddgawat it is
vbfUe e to do, we, the uaderalgsed
Trustees, of School District No. 2 of na uiaaaoe o. 173, bemg u Or
Coehtea County. State of Ariaooa. and diaanoe eaUtled "An Ordlaaace Reg
the Beard of Hdacatkin of Biabee "tettng the Use of the Streeta of Bl
Kick Hcbnol Dfctpf rMotrtet Na. f. by Autosaobaes. MotercTelea. and
said CoBBty 0 Cochise, zttate of Art-
zona, ao hereby call an eleetton to
. a . . -.
na w0ro,,.w-ry i..,'hV'-T".Sr,i l"2
x the certalB noHaTos attaatad la tne
otHboaynWiJ' nt,v aad StaAa,
aowa. as tha OeaUM school BalM-
ptag, for rh ptefoio of aahaiiu'aga
tie taxpayers ot saw dlatriet,
Whether the Bonds of amid District
j be isaaed aatt aold far th parfoee
raising money with which to
struct a High School BsUdtag- in
for said Distriet, purchnelng a
and equipping the same.
John j. Mill. John S. Warren ai
rtofaard Humphreys, qualified eiecton
of aaM High School IMttrtct Ot
whom John J.,H11 sail act as Ia
ucctor. ar" anaotntea tar mwai
dges for. the tarpoee of coertfie
sb hi eieetioa. aaa we pom tHereoT
xill h oprn on said election day
foiim thb tuvntt at a MlASr A V i
to 5 o'clock P,M.
rhe auaaf aaw 1aSsoa a!w1
be eighty tttoasand (saoaoa Da.f
r in tae atcgregate and conattt m
eighty (80) Boaaa of the denoaain.
Btnldfng.. Private wires
THE BISBEE DAILY REV IEW. BISBEE. ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, J ANUARY
tioo pt One Thousand ($1,000.00) Dol-.
lars each, and shall be numbered from,
1 to SO inclusive- and bear interest'
from their date at tho rate ot five
and one half per cent (5Vfci) per an
num ana Doth tne principal and Intor
eat shall bo payable in gold coin of
the United States or America and tho
Uondg are to run as follows:
No. 1 to 10. both inclusive to bo
due 3 yrs. front date.
Not. 11 to 0, both inclusive to bo
due 4 yrs. from date.
Nos. 21 to SO, both inclusive to bo
due 5 yrs. from date.
Nos.-81 to 40. both Inclusive te be!
due C vrs from daln
Nos. 41 to W, both inclusive to b
due 7 yrs. front dale.
Nog. 51 to 60, both inclusive to be
utie s yrs. from date.
Nos. 61 to . both Inclusive to be
due yra from date.
Nos. 71 to 8, both Inclusive to' bo
we le yrs. from date.
Instruction to voters will be posted
lcooraing: to law.
Doae at Bishee. Ariseaa,-thta t'jrrU
uay of January. 1&13.
A. G. WATKINS.
c. a. Mcdonald.
P. C. DLHOSOB.
Tresteos of School District No.
of Cochise County .Arizona.
Board of Education of High Schoo
! xtric. Wttrlct No. 2. County of Co-
chfee, State of Ariiona.
ORDINANCE NO 183.
AN ORDINANCE REGULATING THE
USE OF THE STREETS OF THE
CITY OF BISBEE BY VEHICLES
Bfe IT ORDAINED by tho May ,r
aa Common Council of the City ot
Bisbee tjs follows: -
Section i. in no event shall an
vaMsle he operated or driven oa am
thorotjchfare of this city at a specif
ft eseeas ot fifteen miles per hoar. ;
Sestion 2. No vehicle shall be op
trated on any saefa thoroughfare at
a speed in excess of six miles per
hour within one hundred feet on ap
proach of any corner, turn, intersec
'Jon or crossing.
Section . All animals, and ve
hicles moving on sueh thoroughfares
shalt be kept and driven to the right
f the road in the direction of prog
ress, except daring sueh time only a
it would be immediately dangerous
to Hfe. limb or property bo to.de. '
Section 4. No person shall operate
ny vehicle, or ride or drive any aa.
imal, oa aay of sueh thoroughfares, f
a apeea greater tnan is reasonable,
and proper, baring regard to th
traMe and use of the highway, or so
na to oadaagor the Hfe or limb df
an person, or the safety of aay
Sactton 5. ,Hach sotton hereof
'hall be construed ati'lmiepefldent od
Section 6. Tne lvrovlsions of Seo-1
tioa 1 of Ordinance No. 27 of thfei
vnr. o far as it refers to vehicle
VehWos of Uke Character" and Or-i
usance No. 15S being an ordinance
Onr taM "Ai ftni nanM T ImUI a .'L. I
speed at Which AotorBoWles and
Like Vehtciea Mar be Drivtm nru
Prohibitina: Immoderate Driving there-
or ase neneoy. repealed.
SeeUofi 7. Any person nbo shaft
violate any of the prorfsiona of Se
JJons L2, J ot t hereof shall bjj
doomed gaiity of a misdemeanor, asit
apoa convffetlon shall foe punished by
a fine not to exceed the sum of $105
or by faipriaOQmeat for not to ax
eed thirty dajns. or by both snch
Sfla ami imrteawneBt,
Section 8. Tate tfnfhmnce sbaH
t-i !L ASiiWKAlam'raaT
-- m pmvofm un tmwttt
loon Council of Bbhea. ArHona, thtel
7th day of Januarv iax. I
w wty ot January, wt I
"r of jB!ay,
the Mayor the 7th
M. L. &OTLE8.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
IN THE COUNTY OF COCHISE,
STATE OF ARIZONA
Notice of Hearing Petition.
IN THE Matter of the -Estate of
NOTICE is hereby gircn that
George N. Kasua. the Administrator
sn-h-Alta(ntrator together with his
Petition, for tha final, distribution ot
the residue of '.said; Estate, and that
the ansae will be heard om Friday tho
S4th inn of Janaary, A, D.-, 1813, at
1:0 t"c!ock In the forenoon ot.saa
aay. at the Coart room of said Cotr(,
in the City ot Tombstone, County
or Twenty Years
(By Emmet S. Weils.)
(Emmet S. Wells, who writes stories of adventure under the name
ot Emmet Mlxx. was a stage driver in
west was wildest and wooliest. He
with the "bad men" who infested that
Many years ago I drove a stage
lah and Puehlo. On' one trip my only
Pueblo county and his prisoner, a notorious desporado. It was a bitter
eoldv night, and wo wore soon snowbound in a region known as Bogg's
Fiat. When we found wo could go no further wo took refuge in a
nearby hut. . S t b
Tho sheriff refused to undhandcuff the prisoner, 'who was suffering
from the cold. The desperado, angered by the sheriffs refusal, sud-'
denly struck out with great force with bis manacled wrists and cut deep
into his captor's head. " ' f ' c '
I sprang at the desperado and knocked him down. The sheriff, se-,
veroly wounded, drew his revolver, but did not shooL It would be a
great feat ho knew- to . take tho desperado Into Peublo alive.
The sheriff had -told me that he had Instructed his deputlos to ride
lout In search of him If he did not
built a fire in front, ot the hut in order to attract their attention when
they came. oi -(,.Mkxs g $'.''
The sheriffs inlurlos were so great that ho soon lapsed into a stalo
of semi-consciousness, and I took his revolver and sat down to guard
The desporado seemed more cheerful after I had tho fire blazing.
"What are your'smll!ng aboutTI demanded. '"It's a shame to tell
you, 'he said. "My pals were waltin.- a few miles down the trail ready
to rescue me when 'the stage came along. Now they will ride up this
rway, see tho fire, and if you object
yoa full of lead."
.It was a pleasant prospect. Ho might be merely bluffing, but his
annor convinced mo that ha was telling tho truth.-- - j. .
My first thought was to oxtlngulsh the' fire. ' f started to kick It
ouL - - - - '
"Y4B.4P'it!ie .jJ&sperado. threatened, "and .you'llcSaUjwhat.ho.got,"
nodding toward toe helpless sherifX.
I pointed the revolver toward him and he smiled.
You kill me aS3 then my' pals
I knew he wasfrtebt. I decided
tarn and hope tha
oe posse wouia
The two hours
tint I decided I
save myself and
so great thdt
1 pointed my
dealy we heard shout
and waited. , M
"Helfo!" oame the cry from outside.
"Who U 111" Itllod. not taking my eyes off the desperado.
"Harry Milllganih'd the rest ot the Wys."
I gav. a cry qfl deligbL Harry Milligan was the sheriffs
deputy. ? " ..
Clean, cotton rags at Review office
-Advertisement- - 450.
f Cochise. State of Arizona, and all
nersocg latereatcd inlaid ostatfe are!
sBsa. acn ana mere- to appear ana
sow came, Jf any they have, why
the said account should not be al
Wwed and settled, and the said peti
Dated January "th, 1313.
j. E. JASIBS,
Clerk of thfe Superior Court.
By a B. WILSON,
X GRAZING PERMITS
Notice is hereby given that all ao-
MlcatiODS for permits to graze cattle,
aOraea una goats within
- lt. W tdt' r,,,, !. (5t.t In
a n 'h-j w v avav, mams, uv ju a-
I-P oce at Portal, Arizona, (P. O
If .J a.- -
S!L -TT i" KniT inf,mX,"
Jaaoary o. 1D13 roll Information
fc .., , tha r ,- , t
csarFea and blank forms to be used
la making applications will be furn-
tebed upon roqneat.
. A..H. ZA.CUAV,
M " Supervisor.
Chrcnls Constipation Cured.
Fivfe years agol had the worst case
of? chronio' constipation I ever knew
of, ami Chamberlain's Tablets cured
roe," writes. S. F. Fish. Brooklyn,
Sfich. For sale by all dealers. Aov
Notice is hereby given that all ap
plications for permits to graze cattle,
hordes and. coats within Jthoi CORO
l.wu flAiu.44r jwiius i rearing
5p season-ot ww, -wswae:nii
myf office at Tucsooi Arizona;, -on'or
l"eforf February 1. J9J3. Full infer-
Sra lo ffir"S.l"- fif tongue: and ?1
to':b.ehBisS and blank; fdfms to & OT
be.nsed In makin.? applications-!!
bc -famished .-npon request.
R. J. SELKHIK.
the Greenhorn mountains when the
has had many thrilling experiences
in the Greenhorns between Ben-
passengers were tho sheriff of
reach Peublo before 10 o'clock. I
to sayln goodby to "mc, they'll fill
sure will get you," ho warned.
to bo discreet and to let tho fire
come oeioro tno aesperauos pais
hat followed seomed years. If the outlaws arrived
Hd kill the prisoner and put up a strong fight to
I thought I would go Insane. Sud-.
revolver at the prisoner's head
Guides to Business Success.
Dignity, firmness, fairnoes fairness
to customer, fairness to self and
above all, honesty -and command of
respect aro what get tho order book
flUed in the shortest 4pace of time.
Charles E. Carpenter.
Little Hope for Him.
"Docs your son realize the responsi
bllltlc of great wealth?" "I fear not,"
sighed the eminent magnate. "Ho
can't seem to learn auction bridge, and
he shows no signs of wanting to mar
ry a chorus girl." Louisville Courier
Journal. When Ciay Pipes Weie Popular.
Justin McCarthy went to Imdan In
38S2 and found ciay pipes In fashion.
"It was thought quite the right thief;
for a man of fashion to appear in the
l!roaJ for with a clay pipe in his
man. stuck a clay pipe in his mouth
and pretended to ba a real gentle
Sunday Trading Discouraged.
" For selllne; an eg? and an orongo to
n child on a recent Sunday a doalar
was fined In. and 9s. costs, or seven
days in prison, at Berwick. Scotland.
The chief constable said Sunday trad-'
isg was being pet down in the town,;
and there' had been complaints about !
the accused. j mer There are boU of mea and
! women ready to g've Ib. Trbo could go
-. , ibrairely ea in Mfe's wtad aad rain, if
" fseeaawherea little, bit f lev awaked
Quite Prabable. j fOT them to keep th heart warn.
H the Lord hadn't made tho lfUia; Let us aot begrudge to give this
apples there might not have been thai praeious bit Mark Gay Pearee.
delicious applo sauce. Manchester!
,Union...v ,: ,, , . r, , : i,-..i.i
r tfr'.tfi' "i u:vi w
Vlrtuetln Silence. ' '
t -., .-oarf-Uartrif conraa.
"." "i ..-."?:" ". -".""
-eBCj wifc wltuwlr, jnn ptla
!"a the .pinion ..which 'others
nave or tceze eyaimes in wiemseives,
WEEK ENDING JAN 11, 1913.
J. J. O'Loughlln, W. M.
Bassett Watkins, Scc'y. F. & A. M.
G. V". Stewart, H. P.
F. E. Bennett, T. I. M.
J. T. Abrams. E. C.
W. R. Banks, Sec"y. Huacauca Coun
cil, R. A. M. & K. T.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Pearl Chapter No. C
Meets in Masonic Hall
Second and Fourth
Wednesdays of oach
LILLIAN BLAIR. W. M
LTJELLA SNODGRAS3. Sec'y
BISBEE LODGE NO. 10.
I. O. O. F.
3 Wednesday even
ing at Odd Fel
lows Hall, Main St.. at 7:S0.
Visiting brothers are cordially in
vited to attend.
F. J. ATTAWAY, N. C, Phone 5S0.
J. G. PRITCHARD, Secretary.
SONORA LODGE NO. 23.
I. O. O. F.
meets every Mon
day night in Eagle Hall.
Visiting brothers cordially invited
D. E. BINEHART. N. G.
C. R. PKltGIVAL, Secy. P. O. Box 42.
GbLDEN RULE ENCAMPMENT
O. F. Meets
It. m. Odd Fel
lows Hall. All vis
GEO, VANDERWALKER. C. P.
C. FENDERSON. Scribe.
Meets 6err Mon-
ORDER OF OWLS.
ing Orst and
I third Thurs-
fday of each
ODD FELLOWS HALL
W. H. THOMPSON, Prc3.
J. REARDON. Sec'y.
K. &. L. O. S.
Knights and Ladies of Security meet
in Medigovlch Hnli every 2nd and
JAMES F. HUMPHRiae, PrasWenL
GRACM DOWNING. See'y.. Box 3G0.
ANNA M. SHIELDS, Financier.
P. O. Box 1471.
All memoes! of the Kafctafc and
La4iGVSkcnrUy are tvwWMs' to
meet acnadtgorteh lll,Swy. Jan.
IS, at 12: TO p. in. te ftttewt the fanor-
at of the cfclid of Slater BeH fiom
her resMoatev hriWarreri.
JAS. F. HUMPHRIES, Pre.
OBACK DOWNINO, Secy.
Adv. ' 12
A Uttle Bit of Lave.
Is it not the deepest, bitterest cry
of .maw a hacrt "Boaodr earea for
i : mwmem
- WWism? ueaw 1 1? .-nir
'Mass - - eat 'taft 4rhes Mm ,
with fresh e. The eit aujoy. It,
r, .. ..- - . .. .;. !
- St A aeooSaTP
T LTTLTf t
-r wwtu -r ; ' "
fbroughtrwh fish to the ho sev
"" -. .
, NO 5
" lin& fourth
ji3gT fsv p3T
' ' jlif1
C. A, Vbifcft?
Richard I Homes'cad S3
tiecta secondhand fourth
Tuesday at 'Odd'Fellowa
Hall, visiting Arehers art
cordially invited. j
W. C. R HOOVER- Foreman.,
E. D. Stinson, Correspondent, Box
1'95. ' v
w. o. v. ..
Woodmwt of tho World'
meat at Fair Hall., .Jo
second and fourth
Mondays of' ;,eac"i'
crs invited to.attend.'i
O. B. TJIQMAS,;C,.a'
THOMAS. Clerk. , ,,, .,
LODGE NO. 671,, .
Regular meeting first and third
Fridays of each month. .' .to,.
Visiting brothers cordlsilly in-''
to attend. ' 'V
J. M. BALL, Exalted Rukr.
E. M. COX, Secretary.
T. F. B.
No. 4,2 BMsets
evening at 7:S0'
at K, of P. hall.
RUTH It. FENNE-R. Proi4e. '
BARBAHA SHEARER, Secretary. -'
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Rathbone Lodge No JO .
Knights of Pythias
meet the .first, soabnd,
and fourth Tuesday
of each month fit Ey?
th.an Castle 7:30 p. mi
Pvtbian brothers cor-
dill" invited.. ,. ,:
V K. CALBY. CO. '.-:
J. C. KHIGBAUM, K. of R. S. .'
I. Q. R. M. , ii.-
Meets overy Thursday oagjfng .at.'
7:10 o'clock in Pythtan Castle. All.
visiting Rod Mci) welcome. . ., -'
WILLIAM CAMPBELL, Satfceso. -
M. D. COHEN. Medicine Man,,
BISBEE LODGE NO 78 -
Meetiag every Friday nitjht. Maaaa
ic Temple. VieHiag brothers cerdiaKy
fF. E. BWfNKTT. Dirtatoc.
J. A. M. VONK. seeretarr.
. ' r'
LOYAL ORANGE INtrrrUTIOH Of
Ho. ate. -
KaeU o-ary Mcflf
day night at 7:t
ah , at Mashafc.
vitcd. r '
M. IEaETf. ""
IL FERGUS, Rett.
Sec'y. Box 41. '.
vtstflng brothers conliallr
F. O. E.'
'Bifibce Aerie ITS. F. O. E. meet;
first and tWrd hloiHkfyA. S p. m. at
Faff Hall. VteHors cordUtlly welccmod
JAS. MCDONALD, President ,
M. V. COHEK. Aarie Pirfstefaa.- fr
j r-j SgKjgyg?cjt i
MO f. ..
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