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THE BISUKE DAU.V REVIEW, BISISEE ARIZONA,
FRIDAY MORNING, JAN UARY 24, 1913.
REVIEW WANT ADS
Advertisements under this head
rafh TtlM La14 K -i minimum kini t
reach The. Review office not later th
morning's paper. j(J
WANTED You to telephone 24,
writo us or call if ou bare furni
ture for sale, highest cash price
paid or exchanged House furnlsb-
Ings complete, easy payments.
Standard Fnrn. Co., Alien Block.
WANTED Punished Room near Re
view office, 1y gentleman. State
price in reply-. Address Andrew,
Care IteTle--. ' 70I
WANTED Boarders at 200 Tomb
fctone canyon. Metz stop. Home
cooking. ' 706.
WANTED Clean cotton rags at Re
view office. ISO
WANTED To pay the highest cash
price for your furniture. It cost
yot nothing to c" us up, and il
will save you mc .ey. O. O. BRAN
SON, Johnson AfiL, Phona 425 7
WANTED Clean cotton rags at Re
low office. . 45!
WANTED To buy all the sec
ond hand furniture in the
Warren District. Phone 341.
Brooks-Cooper Furniture Co..
WANTED Three or four furnished
housekeeping roams or ixftXl boost
in Warren. Address Box 36S4
JVVAITRES wanted alio bucket girl
I -APP'3 Mason House. Lou ell. 10
TOU RENT Housekeeping rooms
Maxlicld rut. Claw son Hill. Gt
FOR RENT 14 room house central)
located, furniture for sale and lib
oral tease given to right party. In
qujre 39 O. K. St. 47
TOR RENT Nicely furnished roomi
near Allen Block. Rates reasonablt
The Lorena Hole!. Phone Black f6
lOR RENT 2 furnished rooms
geitlcraon. 4 Quality Hill.
STEAM heated rooms at tho Golden
Main St SC
HEATED rooms for rent, near schoo'l
house, Lou ell. Mrs. E. M. Burley
1'OU RENT Two room house fur
nished for housekeeping. Mrs. Le
noy. 104 Youngblood Hill. 122
For Sale Miscellaneous.
TOR SALE or trade Boulder, Colo
rado residence, value $1200, for
Bisbee property. Address Box 1208
fOIl SALE Three houses and lots,
on Orchard or Brophy Are., good
property to rent. Inquire of John
Farley, 227-C Orchard Ate. 634
FOR SALE -One hundred colonies of
btfes in ten-frame hives $500.00.
Single hives $8.0u each. Sixty
pound can extracted honey So 00 j
Smaller quantities 10 cts per pound j
Address A J Swan, Lowell 121
NOBQDY CAN TELL IF 100 DARKEN
Druggist Says When Mixed
with Sulphur Prevents Dan
Common garden sage brewed into
a heavy tea with sulphur and alcohol
added, then left to age and carofully
filtered will turn gray, streaked and
faded hair beautifully dark and luxuri
ant; remore every bit of dandruff,
stop ccalp itching, and falling hair.
Just a few applications will prort
a revolation if your hair Is fading,
ay or dry, scraggly and thin. Mix
ing the Sage Tea and Sulphur
at home, thoush. Is troublesome An
easier way is to get the ready-tc-usr-tonic
costing about 50 rents a largt
bottle at arog stores, known as "Wy
cth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy '
Bisbee Lumber Company, Inc.
WHOLESALE AND RETAII yEALERS IN OREGON AND
TEXAS PINE, REDWOOD 8HNGt.ES, MOULDINGS, BUILDERS
HARDWARE, DCORS-AND 2-.SHES OF ALL KINDS, MINING
TIMBERS AND WEDGES, CARLOAD LOTS A SPECIALTY.
TELEPHONE L-12S EMIL MARKS, Manager.
Connecting with E. F. Hutton & Co.'s private wire.
Stocks, Bonds, Grains and. Cotton Arizona Copper
Office Copper Queen Hotel
to all principal exchanges.
Ut the rate of 1 cent per word for
Z3 cents Advertisements mutt
8p.ni, for insertion In the next
rOR SALE Patagonia offers many
opportunities for live mining men.
I can locate you on good inside
copper and silver claims that will
sell for big money this year. Have
good shipping copper property for
sale or lease on liberal terms. Thir
ty years a pioneer In this district.
Write me. Wm. Powers, Patagonia.
FURNITURE of 3 rooms fbr sale
cheap Inquire at Kanan Flats up
1ARRIS BLOCK FURNITURE CO.
New and second hand furniture
bought and Bold. Fine stock wall
paper. Brewery atenue. Phon
DAY OLD CHICKS Am now book
ing orders for spring delivery of
day old chicks. All breeds Also
hare for sale thoroughbred poultry
and hatching pggs. Write mo for
prices and terms. Marshall Hum
phrey, Box 743, Phoenix. Arizona.
f-OST Sorrel mare, branded M. B.
with diamond. Return to Brophy
Stables, Lowell. 9.
MONEY TO LOAN On real estate
and negotiable Etock and bonds at
Z simple interest. Bay your own
home and pay for it at less than
? 10.00 per month. Including bota
note and interest. L. T. Frazler,
Rooms 13 and 14 Alien Block.
.VILLOW RIVER, B. C Mala linn
G T. P. and P. & H. B. Rys.; en
trance great Peace River Country.
Write, Pac. Land & Townsites Co
Ltd. 170 Pac. Bldg. Vancouver, B.
C for maps, plats, printed matter
Agents Wanted. 91
RESTORATION TO ENTRY OF
LANDS IN NATIONAL FOREST
Votlce Is hereby git en that the lands
described below, embracing 864.6'i
lcres, within the Cororido National
S"orest, Arizon?, will be subject to set
tleraent and entry under the provl
lions of the homestead laws of th"
United States and the act ot June 11.
906 (34 Stat 233), at the United
States land office at Phoenix, Arizona
n March 17, 1913 Any settler who
as actually and in good faith claim'
ng any of said lands for agricultural
jurposes prior to January 1, 1906, and
ias not abandoned same, has a pref
arence right to make, a homestcao.
ntry for the lands actually occupied
'aid lands were listed upon the ap-
illcations of the persons mentioned
jelow, who have a- preference right
ubiect to the isrior rlsbt of any such
usettler, provided such settler or ap
plicant is qualified to make home
Ftead entrj and the preference right
exercised prior to March 17. 1913,
on which date the lands will be sub
ject to settlement and entry by any
qualified person The lands are as
follows A tract within unsurvcjcU
but what will probably be, when sur
veyed. Section IS. T 24 S.. R. 21 E.,
C and S R. M . described by metes
and bounds as follows Beginning at
rorner No 1 a stone marked II 1. sit
uated at mouth ot Montezuma Can
yon. from which National Forest
CRAY, MED HI WITH SAGE TEA
thus avoiding a lot of muss. Some
druggists make their own. but it isn't
nearly so nice as "Wyeth's."
While Ispy, gray, faded hair is not
sinful, we all desire to retain our
youthful appearance and attractive
ness. Uy darkening your hair with
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur no one can
tell, because it does it so naturally
so even)., ion just dampen a
sponge or soft brush and draw It
through your hair, taking one small
strand at a time. Do this tonight
and by morning all gray hairs ha"V6
disappeared, after another applica
tion or two It will be restored to its
color and be even more glossy,
soft and luxuriant than ever.
Local druggists say they are selling
los of ' Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur;
it surely helps folks appear years
younger dvertlsement 114
Boundary Monument and approxi
mately southeast corner of 8ec. 17.
T. 24 S- R. 21 E- bears east 40
chains, and south CS deg., 30 rain,
east. 44.20 chains, extending thence
north 40 chains; thence west 40
chains, thence south 40 chains;
thence east 40 clains to the place, of
beginning. There is excepted there
from & strip of land 30 feet wide,
particularly described as follows Bq.
ginning at s point 17.40 chains north
of corner No. 1. extending thence If
feet on each side of a line running
north 61 dee west. 29 chains, thencr
south 69 deg. 30 min. west 14 chains,
south 81 deg. west, 9 chains, toenci
south 85 deg. west, 6 chains, to Ou
place where the end of the strip
closes on the boundary Hue of th'
tract. The net area being lri8 acres
Said tract was listed upon the appli
cation of Ed Ratllff. Hereford. Art
zona; List 3-1676. A tract within un
surveyed, bat what will probably Ik
when surveyed. Section 17, T. 24 S.
R. 21 E described by metes am
bounds as follows: Beginning a
corner No. 1. a stone, marked H 1, lo
catcd on flat near mouth of Monte
ztima Canyon, from which Xattona
Forest Boundary Monument and ap
proximately southeast corner f Set
17, T. 24 S, R. 21 E., bears south 6S
deg., 30 min. eat. 44.20 chains; ex
tending thence north 40 cha'ns
thence west 40 chalm; thence soutt
40 chains; thence east 40 chains U
the place of beginning. There is ex
cepted therefrom a strip of land. 2(
feet wide, particularly described a
.folio s: Beginning at a point 10.2"
chains north of corner No. 1 of thi
tract, extending thence 15 feet ot
each side ot a line running south Si
deg. west. 15 chains, thence west '.
chains, thence north 61 deg. west, 1"
chains to the place where the end o!
the strip closes on the boundary Itn
ot the tract. The net area beini
15S.09 acres. Sa!d tract was Uste'
upon the application of, W. M. Rat
llff Hereford, Arizona; Ust 3-1 92S. J
tract within unsurveyed, but what wil
probably be, when surveyed. Section
3 and" 10 T. 23 s?.. Ry 19 E."describe
by metes and bounds as follows
Beginning at corner No. 1, consisting
of lime set stone, marked II 1, fron
which a Mexican white pine IS " li
diameter, marked -H.W.1, bears'1 soutl
Ji ueg., 0( links; .extending tnena
corth 31 deg. east, 40 chains; thenc
north 15 deg, west, 21 chains; thence
south 0 deg., 30 mill, west 14 chains;
thence south 26 deg. cast, 16.71
chains; thence south 30 deg. west
30.50 chains; theiite south 40 deg
east C.TG chains to the piece ot be
ginning. There is excepted there
from two strips of land 30 feet widi
within the exterior boundaries there
of, particularly described as follows
No. 1, Ileslnlng at a point north 4(
dtg. west, 4 chains from corner No
1 of the tract, extending thence If
feet on each side ot a line runnlnf
north 12 deg. 30 min. east, 3.4f
chains,, thence north 28 deg. east, I
chains, thence north 39 deg. east, J
chains, thonce north 24 deg. east,
cluins, thence north 11 deg. west, I
chains to tho place where the end o
the strip closes on the; boundarj
line ot the tract. No. 2; Beginning at
a point north 26 deg. west, 4.2'
chains from corner No 5 ot the tract
extending thence 15 feet on eacl
Mdc of a line running north l.t:
chains, thence north 77 deg. cast
4 ri0 chains, thence south 7? deg east
SCO chains, then north 71 deg. eas'
2 chains, thence north 1C deg. eas'
4 chains to the place where the enc
of the strip closes on the boundar
line of the tract The net area bela
48.56 acres. Said tract was lUtei
upon the application of Gustav Johr
Teterson. I' O ISox 57. Fort Hua
chuca, Aritona, Lisi 3-204S Approved
December 14, 1912. S. V PUOUDBIT
Assistant Commissioner of the Gener
al Land Office.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
IN THE COUNTY OF COCHISE,
STATE OF ARIZONA
Notice of Hearing Petition.
IN THE Matter of the Estate
NOTICE Is hereby ghen tha'
George N. Kasun, the Admlnlstratol
of .the Estate of Frank Blazevlcb, De
ceased, has filed fn this court HI?
Final Account of his proceedings at
such Administrator together with hi
Petition for the final distribution o
the residue of said Estate, aad tha1
the same will be heard on Friday the
24th dar of January. A. D., 1913, at
10-00 o'clock in the forenoon of said
cay, at the Courtroom of said Court
in the City of Tombstone, Count!
of Cochise. State ot Arizona, and all
persons interested In said estate are
notified, then and there to appear and
show canse, if any they hae, why
the said account should not be al
lowed and settled, and the said petf
Dated January 7th, 1913.
J E. JAMES.
Clerk of the Superior Court
By G B. WILSON,
NOTICE OF SCHOOL BOND
Because in our Judgment it Is ad
visable to to do, we, the undersigned
Trustees of School District No. 2 ot
Cochise County, State ot Arizona, and
tho Board of Edccauon of Bisbee
High School District, District No. 2.
said County of Cochise, State of Ari
zona, do hereby call an election to
be held on Saturday, February 1st.
In the certain building situated in th
City of Bisbee, said County and State,
known as the Central School build
ing, for the purpose of submitUng to'
the taxpayers of said district.
Whether the Bonds of said District
ba Issued and sold for the purpose of
raising money wtth wliich tG con.
struct: Hfeb School BflJMlngln anj
foresaid 'District, purchasing a sit
and equipping tho ssme
John J. Jim. John S. Warren and
Richard Humphreys, qualified erectors
of said High School District of
whoa Joan J. HUI shall act as In
spector, are appointed by us ,&t
Judges for the purpose of couducUbif
WY ARE NOW
OUT OF RAGE
Only Four Remaining Appli
cants for U. S. Marshal;
Three Editors Are Af
ter Land Office
A Phoenix correspondent of th
Tucson Citizen has been trying to
lind out the status of tho arioud
races for federal appointive positions
lit this state. Just what success ho
has attained will be left for KoyIow
readers to judge for thcraseh es. How
ever, here is tho dope-sheet sent to
the Citizen from the state capital.
The contest for appointment ot
United States marshal In Arizona un
der the Wilson administration. In
nhich 29 leading democrats ot the
state were entered at the start, hab
narrowed down to four men.
"They are J. P. Dillon of Phoenix,
clerk of tho supreme court, Ben M
Crawford ot Clifton. cWk of the
superior court there. W. T. Webb,
sno of the 'Wilson presidential elec
'ors, and A. W. Forbes of Tucson.
"Owing to the fact that the two
senators from Arizona are at sword's
loints over tho selection of a man
'or the place and cannot possibly
igree, A. W. Forbes, the Tucson mau
is believed to have the best chance
"Senator Ashurst has promised his
support to Mr. Dillou, while Mark
Smith favors his old time friend,
Jea Crawford. W. T. Webb, who was
named messenger to carry the rc
ums to Washington counts on the
'act of his being a Wilson elector to
and the place, but no one expects
V'ebb lo win. The division of tlfc
senators will probably result in the
iclcction of Mr. Forbes, who has the
support of Eugeno S. Ies, who lea
j the bolt to Wilson from Clark, in
g plte of Iron-visa
,d instructions for the
latter after a presidential prefer
The Federal Judgeship.
"Tho fight for tho federal Judge
ship. In the event that Judge Sloan
falls of confirmation, has narrower
down to three men and in this race
a' Tucson man is now likewise the
favorite. The primary law for thcr
election of a federal judgo placed
in the 8tatuteJ&fipks by A. A. Wors
ley is to be relegated to the scrafr
heap. Worsley himself is eten said
'o see no use for looking it now
hat a democrattis to occupy the
White House and Is said to be ac
tively working for the selection o
1. L. Pattee, Judge Carpenter, assM
tnt attorney general, and a number of
others who have been mentioned for
the appointment, are no longer serl
ausly considered and the race baa
Harrowed down ,to, Alfred Franklin,
'he present chief Justice. Judgo J. J
'lanklns of Prescott and William H.
5awtelle of Tucson. Judge Franklin
a ill be the administration candidate,
being favored by Governor Hunt
Judge HawMnsoWill have tho suih
jort of Henry Ashurst while Mr Saw
!le Is said to.juvve the backing or
Marcus A Smith, Tho last-named can
dldate has the backing of tho south
Sru part of the state and of lawyers
ill over Arizona ,
Three Editors Contest
"Three of the democratic editors of
the state want the position of regis
ter ot the land office. They are
John J. Birdno of tho Safford Guard
Ian. Eans T Ilichardson of tho
asa Grande Times, and Tom Weed
In, of the Florence Blade. Birdno Is
'lie administration candidate, Weedin
represents the opposition now In con
trol of the democratic state commit
tee, while nlchardson Is a free-lance,
i PrlncPton graduate, and claims to
he a personal friend of the presldent
slect" ald election, and the polls thereof
will be open on said election day
from the hours of D o'clock A. M,
to 5 o'clock P. M,
The amount of said bond issue shall
be eighty thousand ($80.00-1.00) Dol
are In the aggregate and consist of
eighty (80) Bonds ot the denomina
tion ot One Thousand ($1,00000) Dol
'ars each, and shall be numbered from
I to SO inclusive and bear Interest
'rem their dato at tho rate ot five
md one half per cent (3) per an
num and both the principal and Inter
est shall be payable In gold coin of
Jie United States of America and the
Bonds are to run as follows:
Nos. 1 to 10, both inclusive to be
due 3 yrs. from date.
Nos 11 to 20, both inclusive to bo
due 4 yrs. from date.
Nos. 21 to 20. both inclusive to be
due 5 yrs. from date.
Nos. 31 to 40, both inclusive to be
due C yrs. from date.
Nos. 41 to 60. both Inclusive to bi
due 7 yrs. from dale.
Nos. 51 to 60, both inclusive to be
due S yrs. from date.
Nos. CI to 70, both inclusive to be
due 9 vrs. from date.
Nos. 71 to 80, both Inclusive to ba
lue 10 yrs. from date.
Instruction to voters will be j-stel
lecording to law.
Done at Bisbee, Arizona, this thlr!
Day of January, 1913.
A. G. WATKINS.
c. a. Mcdonald.
T. C. BLED30R
Trustees of School District No. 2
of Cochise County .Arizona.
Board 6f EducaUon ot High Schoo
UletHct, District No. 2, County of Co-chlsc--
State of Arizona. , . 4JS.
The Man on the Sanny Side.
Brery street ha two sides, the
fe4y sld-e aa6 tho sunny. When two
-n tfeake hands and part, mark
wcb ct tne two taices ne sunny.
side; he will te the yfeaacer man of
tne iw. uuiwer tyttott. .
Activity of Wednesday Fail
ed to Continue Yester
day and Local List Had
a Sagging Tendency
COPPER IPRICE FIRM
BOSTON, Jan. 2X The activity of
yesterday failed to continue today and
the local lint had a sagging tendency
again, although the changes were!
small, closing prices were almost upj
to yesterday's jhigh and very fe
stocks offered for sale. The present
nothing but small professional move
ment can be exacted for some time
PAINE WEBBER & CO.
No chanr,j noted In local curb Is
sues. Denn holds at 7 3-3 bid. War
ren 4 5-8 bid and Saginaw 7 3-8 bid.
Wolverine sold 75.
Total sales Now York 347,100.
Money 2 7-8 per cent Copper metal
101-2 to 3-4.
CLOSING QUOTATIONS, Jan. 23,
(L. J. Overlock)
American Smelters 72 "-S
Atchison , 1097-8
Brooklyn BapM Transit 891-2
Baltimore and Ohio 10C 1-4
Chjesape&ke and Ohio "71-8
Canadian Pacific 245 3-4
Great Northern 128 1 2
Interboro Common , 177-8
Lehigh Valley 1C1 1-2
Louisville and NashWIle .... 138
Missouri PaciTIc 415-8
Northern 'Pacific 1193-8
Penna , 1221-8
Peo Gas ' 114 r-i
Beading ... 164 1-2
Rock Island , 223-8
Steel Common .... . C1
Steel Pf'd .. 1093-J
ol. aui .... ,.
Southern Paoific ..
Union Pacific ....
May ,.. 921-4
July ' 893-8
March . .
Algomah ?..v 2
Arizona Commercial 3 5-8
Allouez .-i.... ...... 40
Butte Superior 3C1-2
Calumet and Hecla. 49S
Calumet and Arizona 67
Copper Range 43
East Butto 14
Frank - 8
Granby , 69 3-4
Greene Cananea 9
Hancock ". 22
Helvetia ,.: 75
Indiana , .. ....
. . 13 t-2
.. 17 '
Isle Royale 291-2
Lasalle ...... ... 5
Mohawk !...- 05
Maylower ' 121-2
Mason Valley ., SJ4
North Lake .
Old Colony . .
Phelps Do3go : 218
Shannon .... , 12 M
Utah Consolidated 101-2
Utah' Copper 56 S-4
Nevada Consolidated 181-2
Superior Boston .' 23-4
Wolverine .' 68
Chlno ,. 431-2
Saginaw -. 71-2
Ahmeek , 315
Alaska Gold 14
Braden . 8 3-4
B. and A. .- 5
B. and U 36
Bohemia ,.,... .... 23-4
BalUc ,., 90
DaTJs Daly ,r. 2
Elenlta ax .
Lucky Tiger ...
iuiiu n&ie ...... b
Nacozarl .... . .....
Onecd ... . ..
OJitway .... 7...,. .
Ray Central ...... ...
Rainbow Dev, bid
San Antonio ....
S. W. Miami ....
Savannah bid ...
Tonopah 'Belmont .....,. ,
Weil End?'... . tjS'-.JJM
Warren ..... ... .T.l. ().
Wolverine .... . 7
Calumet Oil 37
Baltimore Oil 4S
Fresh ,nHlh wcIj nibbed in, acts;
as a preservaUv to leather beats and
WEEK ENDING JAN. 25, 1913.,
Thursday Bide Third.
J. J. O'Loughlln. W M,
Bassett Watklns, Sec'y. F. & A. M.
G. W. Stewart. IL P.
r. E. Bennett, T. I. M.
J. T. Abraras, E. C.
W. IL Banks, Sec'y. Huuchuca Coun
cil, B. A. M. & K. T.
ORDER OFEASTERN STAR
Pearl Chapter No. 6
Meets in Masonic Hall
Second and Fourth
Wednesdays of each
L1IA.1AN BLAIR, W. M
LUELLA SNODGRASS. Sec'y-
INITIATION, Wednesday Jan. 2J.
SI8BEE LODGE NO. 10.
I. O. O. F.
ing at Odd Fel
lows Hall, Main St, at 7:S0.
Visiting brothers are cordially in
vited to attend. " t
F. J. ATTAWAY, N. G., Phone 580.
J. G. PRITCHARD, Secretary.
SONORA LODGE NO. J3.
I. O. O. F.
meets every Mon
day night in Eagle Halt
Visiting brothers cordially Invited
D. E. RINEHART. N. G.
C. R. PERCIVAL. Sec'y. P. O., Box 42.
GOLDEN RULE , ENCAMPMENT
I. O. O. F. Meets
every second and
fourth Friday at
7:30 p. m. Odd Fel
lows Hall All vis
W J. JOHNSTON. C. P
F. C. FENDERSON. Scribe.
Meets every Mon-
ORDER OF OWLS.
ing first and
' day of each
ODD FELLOWS HALL
W. H. THOMPSON, Pres
K. & L. O. S.
Knights and Ladles of Security meet
in Medigoich Hall every 2nd and
JAMES F. HUJLPHRIES. President
GRACE DOWNING. Sec'y., Box 360.
ANNA M. SHIELDS, Financier.
P. O. Box 1471.
LOYAL ORANGE INSTITUTION OF
Meets every Mon
day night at 7:30
sharp at Masonic
hall. Visiting broth
ers cordially in
vited. K. BRERETON.
R. FERGUS, Rec
Sec'y. Box 426.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
IN THE COUNTY OF COCHISE,
STATE OF ARIZONA
Notice of Hearing Petition.
IN THE Matter of tho Estate
NOTICE is hereby given that Mi
mosa E. Terrebonne has filed in thle
court her Petition prajing that she,
the said Mimosa E Terrebonne, be
appointed Administratrix ot the Es
tate ot Ralph D. Terrebonne, De
ceased, and that the same will be
jz&kS-ll yj s
wm ivSt l Bri
y Ut x2r
heard on Friday, the 31st day of Jan-tt.,, n, ,.. , ... , ' , r th.
,,.. a n iqic ii.wi v.t.t- i!De" flrst hung In the steeple of tho
uary. A. D., 191S, at 1000 o clock In..-.,. ,,,, t.j. t,- ,u p
the fo-enoon of said day. at tho Court- JjJV . .m pe0r',t
room )f said court. In the City of,Btlh k"ew th,at something was amlsa
Tombstone, County of Cochise, State
of Ariiona, acd all persons Interested
IN-OKF UIHUTE! CLOGGED NOSTRILS
OPEN GOLDS M GATARBH VANISH
Swrs Nasty Discharge, Clears
StutTid Head, Heals Inflamed Air
Passat es and You Breathe Freely.
Try "Ely's Cream Balm."
Get a small bottle anyway, just to
try it A"pj)!y a little In the nostrils
and instantly your clogged, nose and
storfiied-up'.air,.ptiSRages ottthe head
nillopenyou will breathe freeb'y
dullness and headache disappear, lfy
morning! the catarrh, cold-ln-head or
catarrhal sore throat will be gone.
End sch misery now! Get the
small bottle of 'Ely's Cream Balmr
nt any drug store. This sweet. frag'-
mt tehttqfetTi by the bent, otj
Richard I Homestead' "89
taects second and foarb
Tuesday a Odd FellCjW
Hall, tlsiUng Arcbera are
W. C IL HOOVER- Toreman.
E, D Stlnson, Correspondent, Box
V. O. W.
Woodmen of the World
meet at Fair Hall, the
second and fourth
Mondays ot each
month. Visiting broth
ers Invited to attend.
O. B. THOMAS, a C.
rr THOMAS, Clerk.
Regular meeting first and
Fridays ot each mcuth.
Visiting brothers cordially InVed
to attend. ,
J, M. BALL, Exalted Ruler.
E. M. COX, Secretary. '
T. F. B.
No. 452 m'eeta
evening at 7:30
at K. of P. hall.
P.UTH R. FENNER. President. '
BARBARA SHEARER. Secretary. '
KNQHTS OF PYTHIAS
Rath bono Lodge To jl,0
Knights ot Pythiyj
meet the first, second,
and fourth ruesdajrc
of each month lu Py
thian Castle 7:30 p. m.
Pythian brothers cO
dialli' invited. ,
W K. CALEY. C. C.
J. C. KRIGBAUM, K. of R. S.
I. O. R. M.
Meets every Thursday evening at
7:0 o'clock in Pythian Castle. All
visiting Red Mea welcome.
WILLIAM CAMPBELL, Sachem.
M D. COHEN. Medicine Man.
BISBEE LODGE NO 718
Mln(ts every Friday night. Mason
ic Temple. Visiting brothers cordially
F. E. BENNETT, Dictator.
J. A. M. VONK. Secretary.
LIBERTY COURT NO 1
GUARDIANS OF LIBERTY
Meets In Masonic Temple, first and
third Tuesdays of each month, Al
visiting brothers cordlallr invited. 49S
F. O. E.
Bisbee Aerie 175, F. O. E. meets
first and third Mondays, 8 p. m. at
Fair Hall. Visitors cordially welcomed
jas. Mcdonald, President
M. D. COHEN. Aerie Physician.
in said estate are notified, then and
there to appear and show cause, 11
any they hac, why the prayer ot said
petitioner should not be granted.
J. E. JAMES,
Clerk of the Superior Court.
By C. B. WILSON.
Dated January 17th, 1913.
Lest Its Tongue.
The Psul Revere bell la the city hall
at Bath. Me, lost Its 15-pound tongue)
the other day and became silent for
,l,r c""" uiu "ui- i,UB "
the nostrils penetrates and heats the
inflamed, swollen membrane which
lines the noe. head and throat?
clears the air passages, stops nasty
discharges and a feeling of cleansing,
soothing relief comes immediately.
Don't laj awake tonight, struggling
trils yckned, hacking and HwKtnBl
Uatarrhor a cord, with Its rannTbf
nose," foul mucous dropping ilntothi
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luiuni, uu i.mui;ucn mo uiiifar
but truly needless. . J
PhI your faith Jwt onee in "raj
frttam Halm ' niwl VrtMt- ntri nrt
tarrh wlH gwely dleMer. Adw?
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