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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. BISBEE, ARIZONA', SUNt)AY3I0RNLNG, JAN UARY 2G. 1913,
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SCHOOL ELECTION
DUE IN FEBRUARY
bauds of the district shall bo Issued
Lfbr the purposu of bd'.ldlug a High
f school (or the school district, the ques
tion lias arisen as to who may vol?
at the lection. The scnool trustees
have submitted the question to ap
attorney and 'for the purpose of puld-
. I.ig the electors at the election the
! following Ian- will apply.
! Sec. SS or the School Law of Ari
,zoua reads:
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LJOard Otil PllSteeS hTCSent "Every person mal&jfor feuia'o of
Statement tO Voters OllOt-'lho ae tnty-on$.-year or over.
. , l . . v Ve illc ls adtlzen of (Ee Unltel States.
nig lhw rixmg viiiannca
tion of Voters
3IUST BE PARENT I
4 OR A TAXPAYER
The irctiMftrat$'i or Vl? PrpoM
of voting booiurfa me awvcHt of $Sb,
tffi'tb bulld.u hu:h school a id nruvidc
tite jb4 Ipralfit k be h"ll on
amt nbo havejicen a reslden. of the
state of Arizona for oue- year and of
the district for thirty dajs Immediate
ly preceding the day of election, aaa
r ibo Is the parent or guardian of a
minor cnnu resiamg; in me aisinci,
Crwho has paid a. state of coujity .tax
r(lusive of poll, road, or school tax
during the preceding year, is "bUgibla
Srftt'aa e.ixt February 1,
THf beatd of school trus.je ' me
district have .prepared too following
statement which quotes the law flx-
lag the qualification voters at the com
ing special election.
Hisbee. Arizona. Jatu 2j, 1913.
To the Taxpayers of District No. i.
Coalilsq Count.v, Arizona.
At hejelec;ion to te held on Satur
day r-biary rrst for the purpose
iin"r on tfte question v.hether
o the -office -of trustee and hal! be
entitled; to vote at any scboo: elec-
ilOtl. " '
In addition to the above law the,
fo!owing latt also governs for a boud
alec'lon.
far. 1: Sea 14: School Lav.
"When an election is called for the
purpese of determining, whether the
txjHiis of the district shall be ls-,ued
am' 'sold the question shall hi' sub i
retted to the bona fide taxpayer of
the d sirlct. and only such I'ersons!
miy vote at such election as have)
j.fld In their o n name a county or
5e state tax othei than poll, iavl ur I
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school tax during the preceding year,
an-t who arc In j.11 other respects iiual-
ihed electors for the purport of vet
In? at regular school elections."
The first reference sets f.'rth the
qualification necessary to entiue a
person to vote at a general school
election. This will control, xeepl as
modified bj the pro-lslons of Par.
Sec. 41 as above set forth.
.Vheiofore, any person, made or fo
mae. ot the age of twenty-one or
over, utizen tf the United K'stes. a
Ks.dent of the state of Ar'zna for
one jtar and of the district for lh1'"1?
days Immediately preceding the day
of election who is a bona fide tax jay
er of the district, having paid a state
cr Comity tax upon property situated
within the district, other than of oll,
read or school tax during th year
immediately preceding the datu of the
election, regardless of wlietbe. suon
ta, payer has child children or noijj
it a qitaiiuea elector, ami must wistese
ich and every of tweh qualffic.tlou3
tc legally entitle him to vote a' such
High School bond election.
The School Trustees have a&d pre
pared V' tbe fotinty Clerk a lljt of
the tax payers ot the district a.ul ihii.
li't will t used as a poll list on the
day of election.
A. G. WATKINS.
C. A. McDonald,
P. C. ISLrpsOU,
Trustees or District No. 2. ,
Hoard of Ivlucation,
IJisbee High Sch&l
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NOW READY
ur Navajo Scrip
We now have our Navajo Has-e scrip
i-nd are ready to acquire title to voUr
lands. We will make a selection in
the L". S. Land Office February It).''
,11113. Send" in your orders now, so wo.
can checknhem In Land Oiilce. ThJ
priCH will lie $3.00 peracre, and fully
jwaranteel- - ,
ft. Aqt quickly Tiefore the other fellow
Injetg'pur land.
I yrltVor Wire
t.. FEN?S. HILDRETII,
210 1'hoeulx National Hank Bldg.
Phoenix. Arizona.
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STILL HAMMERING AWAY ON
Wool Dress Goods Stoc
These Reductions On Desirable Materials
' Should Be Of Much Interest To You ' .
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Stil! hammpj-insr Jtu-ny nn i he Wool Dress Goods stock. The price-pruning' process
goes merrily on. Our dress goods buyer who is now in the east left instructions
that the' remaining stocks be sold down to the very last piece. There could never be
a better opportunity than t his sale affords to lay in a goodly supply of Dress Goods
It would be useless an d contrary to this store's po licy to arouse your expecta
tions then' disappoint you. but we feel perfectly safe in laying a great deal of stress
upon these remarkable Dress Goods offerings -- REMARKABLE, because they pos
sess oualitv and stvle far beyond the degrees indicated by the prices, which are so
exceptionally low that no one with the purchase of a dress in view should miss this
opportunity to have the best and at the same time economize. -'a 2
For 65c Materials
saving t ONB THIRD on Dres
doodb is" a savins you ranaot af
ford to overlook. The offer In
ludps Wool Batiste, Srgs, Mo
hairs and Beautiful Plaids, G3e
quality for 15c a ard.
5p! y
For 75c Materials
This is a sweeping reduction and
int,ude- ever piece of Wool
Drss Goods that formerlv hold tor
7.V a ard Silk and Wool !'laid.
Mohairs Serges and Suitings, Sale
prtce j.",c a yard.
For 85c Materials
This means take vonr pick of anv
Piece of Wool Dress Good that
regularly retails for c"c a yard
and all you pav is 00c All desira
ble fabrics and favorite colors rel-resented
Wr
75ci
Outing
Flannels
Wool Dress Goods
Worth $1.00 Yard, Now
All Sl.WI Wol Dres Goous specially priced for
this sale at 7.ic a yard. Serges, N'o'elty Weaves,,
Shepherd Checus. and Striped Suitings, a fine
V range from which to make your selection J
OUTI&'g' FLA.NELS. 32-iBChes
wide, rn light, medium and dark
colors, a variety ot oatterns. reg
ular IOC qtbthtv at 7tc a yard.
(broad cloth
$1.75 Quality
BROADCLOTH, 4-iaches wide, a baaotifal lus
trous quality in hkek, Navy. Brown and Wi.ner
Ja, th atwlitr that regularly selU- for- JL75
a yard, sale jtrice. $1:-. J
(mi n ni rf7
rvuut Lieoo uuuus
Worth $1.25 Yard, Now
This offer Includes our regular lines of Wool
Dress Goods that sell for $1.25 a yard, ovelty
Suitings, Srges. Worsteds. Cheviots tnd Whip
V cords, almoft everv color represented.
iQcyd-
OTTING KLAXNELS. very heavy
quality, suitable for Hnderskirts
in gray. tan. brown and rnl bar
rette effects, lie quality at 10c a
yard.
Outing
Flannels
C yd.
OFT1NG FLANNELS, in a wide
range, of patterns and colors, in
cliKiing stripes, checks, tlgurtjeam!
plaids. 2S-inches wide 12e quali
ty at 9c a yard.
$1
40
WOOL CH ALLIES Ai
. - . - - mt wm ma
Worth 25c Yard
WOOL CHALIJES. 27-tnches wide, in ptnpes,
fHjures, dots and bordered patterns very soft
acd clinging and leads Itself gracefully in the
iitBuwiuu ul tari) urtwMnt, naifiii1, eit.., -5.M,' i
Vjulity at 4'tr a yard. J
0c
Amoskaeg Utility Dress Ginghams 1
JSjom Q-hrind PnforriQ AnrJ Cnlnrc Yrtrrl JL
Honestly, you have never seen such a ftae collection of Dress GlnKbr.mB at l"c a jard in all the days you
hare lived in Biabee as will be redy here for yor inspectwa tomorTO-.
As the preverbtel stitch in time mvb Aine. o does first eheice from the season's opening display of
Drees OtagbarjiB secure the bet zkre is ami avert dtaappointment. No sason that has ever gone before
ever Iwwht out such z. larg4 aad handsome gathering of Dress GiiiRbams; dainty new designs and beaH
ttM mw ooJor ooraWattons all are delightful to behoW -ier yard 10c
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MAIN STREET
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New Shipment
OF furniture just received including tables, ward
robes, safes, china closets, trunks, ranges, etc. Re
member our furniture is all new. and of the latest
patterns, direct from the factory. Come in and make
your selection from this new stock, we are sure we
can please you in both quality and price.
Your credit is, good at this store. Buv now and
pay to suit your convenience on our easy payment
plan.
H, L STEWART
(Main Store El Paso, Texas)
Masonic Building, Main Street
L. A. KILUAN, Manager J
Mifcs Louis rt a en' it as Prioress 'Veu in
On'hemti Monda 'an 2.
Gpautark at th"
LIFE COMPANIES
0U7 OF MEXICO
At Heavy Cost a Number of
Big Life Insurance Com
panies Withdraw Their
Agents from Mexico
REVOLUTION IS CAUSE
Th revolution n Mexico has caus
ed an important ruling -by a number
of the biggest life insurance compan
ies., ucccicHng to i;fe insurance
agents in this city. This ruling is that
the corapan'ep will not alien' their
agents to write any more insurance in
Mexico.
The ruling will' mean that the large
American companies that have adopt
ed it will loese a large amoant of
money, as the insurance business :n
Mexico, prior to th Madero revola
tton, was large and was showing a
steady growth. 'DuHbh; the Madera
revolution a number of the large com
panleA stopped wtitlus Mexican insur
ance, but, in practically every ease.
I the writing of imwranee wag resumed
after the triumph of tne Madero in
snrrecthm. The present rul.ng has been
brought about by the eendltkm M
anarchy that prevails in many parte
ot the republic, la some eases poii
cfeg have been written and the bene
ficiary has disappeared. With tb
unsettled conditions it ras be& prac
tically impossible to find out wheth
r the Insured bad "been killed" sim-
iply for the Insurance or whether h
was actually dead. The risk of nou,
omtatants being kliied in the various
uprisings and raids was also a large
factor and the risk from both death
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take LAXATIVE BR05IO Quinine
Tablets. Druggists refund money if
it fails to cure. B. W. GROVE'S slg
iature is one each box. 25c. Advor
itsctnenL S50.
EAGLES ATTENTION
VII members and visiting brothers
aro requested to meet at the hall nt
1:50 p. m. today to attend luncral of
our late brother Dan Momchllovtch.
F. C. PHNDEKSON.
Sec'y., Aerie 175.
17G
Mistaken Diagnosis-Doctors
Guess Wrong Again.
bont Ave years ago I wrote io you
that 1 had been a terrible sufferer
from kidney and bladder troubles, anj
that siy physician informed me that
ray left kidney was in sweh condition
that there was no hope for my re
covery. I was advised to try your
Swamp-Root as a last resort, and af
ter taking four Hfty-cent ize bottles.
I passed a grave! stone which weigh
ed tern grain. I afterward forward
ed yon this gravel stone. Have haJ
bo return of y trouWe atnee that
time nad eanttot stay too much in
favor of jr wonderful preparation,
Hwnnp-Roet, wMeh ctiree. after phy
sicians fan
Very Truly ys.
F. II. HORNE.
Roate 3. Kx 3. Roseboro, "N. C.
Personalty aiipeared before me,
this 31st day ot Jtrty, 1QW, F. H.
Horn, -who subscribed the above
statement' and made oath that the
same' hi true in Mfcatance and In fact.
JAMBS M. HALL,
Notary Public.
HEAL ESTATE
Beautiful exclusive restricted
residence lots high and sight
ly, fine soil located. Close in
to business center, San Diego
City. Adjoining high priced
property overlooking San
Diego bay, Mission Bay, Co
ronado and North Island.
Point Loma and the Pacific
Ocean and in fact unexcelled
view. Lots 50x115 to 50x400 feet,
ranglrg in price from $50 to $S00 pel
lot, on easy terms, $10 down and $5
per month. No interest and no taxes.
These lots will sell at double the
price now In 3 to 5 years there is no
question and we sell them with an
absolute genuine guarantee that they
are as represented "or your monev
back. Also any purchaser has 2
years to inspect the property and if
not suited we will exchange for any
lot that he or she may pick out per
sonally. Come and let us talk It over.
ELLIOT or LANE
Room 6 Johnson Hotel. Bisbee City.
(Veils & Lane Co. .
(IncoriKj rated.)
Capital Stock ilnu.oiMi.oo
Rooms 414-51.". Timken Bldg.
SAN DIEGO. CALIF.
Wells &. Lanes' Tecolote Heights
The Tract with a Future.
Letter to (
Or. Kilmer Co:,
BInghamtcni N. Y. j
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and Transfer Work of all
kinds. PromiDt service and
prices reasonable .
Glenn McLaughlin
Phone SO
so high that the insurance companies
found that the stopping of foe !
Prove What Swamp-Root WW Do for
You.
Cuvsf n TIm l.tih4y. C rA Ti.
frfl,h Jr 0Iiv'jnlenc H''Stmvrnton.fN. Y,-fot plnVte bottle.
ur hfjrh that the? iTtenranrA rnmiiiiniflltrt.'J ... ,- ' '& . . ...
ItwiU cenvfftee anione. You "will
also receive a booklot of valuable In-
ance of policies in Mexico was nc-j formation, telling all about the kid
cessary There are a numter ot ox-jney and bladder. When writing be
ceptlons to the ruling, however, and
nni nf th larxrpt Insurance enmnan-
flos In the coantry, located -In Ntv
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"ork city, continues to write poHdos. )tore. Advort'Bemssl.
snrc and mention The Bisbee Dally
Review. ,Regplar fifty-cent and one-
dollar size battles for Mle at all drugjj
603.
PLUMBING
H. E. WOOTTON
Successor to Mainland-Wootton Co.
An Fxtra Charge on Accounts Not Settled Within
30 Days.
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