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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISEE, ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 5, 1913.
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Except Good Buying of Tnis
Stock Market Was Fea
tureless Yesterday Ow
ing to War Renewal
LOCAL CURBS DULL
UOSTGN. Keb. 4. With the excel;
Uon of further good buying or IthUk
Shoe tbia morning, the morKet
featureless and generally lower. u
lug to renewed acthltles in the Ita.'K
We look for ten lltlla ohinva .1
unbent course of market untt. fconw
thing of afavorable nature occurs.
PAINE WBnnKIl & CO.
local curbs continue dull and arc
jiractlcally unchanged. Denn gold a:
7 with that figure bid for round lots.
Total sales New York 246,'.10'.
Jloney 2 3-4 inr cent. Metal Vi 1-,
STRANGE PLIGHT OF
CLOSING QUOTATIONS, Feb. 4.
L. J. Oterlock)
Anaconda . ..
American Smelters ....
Itrooklyn llapld Transit .
Baltimore and Ohio
Chesapeake and Ohio
Canadian Pacific . . .
Great Northern . . .
lnterboro Common ..
Ijoutsville and Nashvillej&k
Missouri Pacific .".?.'
New York Central
Southern Pacific .
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3uli 81 1 S
Found Wandering on Street,'
Speechless Mind Af
fected Is Belief
: William Grant, fireman at the Cop-'
er Queen poner house, was taand.
jlmlftssly walking about the btree.sl
vf 'Lor ell early Monday morning wh-Ja
Charles lllley approached to Inquire
the cause of Grant' behavior. H
foaml him speechless and apparently
mentally unbalanced. An automobile
ooneye4 Grant to the Copper Queen
hsutal, where physicians have ex
amined Grant but hate been usable
o find the cause for his plight Grant
Is slowly recoiering but h.s mind m
jet a blank.
No external injuries have bH
found. Grant had not been drinking,
and his clothes were orderly. SoMe
money was found on his person and
he wore jewelry. Witnesses say that
ithoy saw- Grant on the Ijbwell streets
for gome hours prelous to his being
t: ' en to the hospital but as ho dM
nt appear to be seeking coiuersatlon,
they left him alone. Grant was with
friends until late iljnday evening,
j-eaving them astenslbly for home.
FOR R I FAVOR
Business Man Points- Out
Necessity for Station in
Lowe!! and Grest Sav
ins for the Town
OI4 age as it comes in the orderly
process of nature Is' a beftutlfal and
majestic thing. It stands for experi
ence, knowledge, wisdom, counsel.
That is old age as it should be, but
old age as it often Is mans poor di
gestion, torpid bowels, a sluggish liv
er and a general feeling of ill health,
despondency and misery. This In al
most ,eer Instancp is wholly un
necessary. Onf 'of Chamberlains
Tablets taken immediately after sup-
ler 'will Improve the digestion, tone
up. the liver and regulate the bowels.
That feeling of debiKradeHcy will give
way to one of hope and good cheer,
'"or "Bale by all dealers Advertise
For very exceptional values in Fine
Furniture attend the big Furniture
Said now going on at the Phelps
RECORDS OF THE PAST.
No Stronger Evidence Can Be Had
PEOPLE IN EARNEST
A well organised efTort to lut Low
ell "on the map"' from a railway staijM
Iolnt Is now under way. It : v.
pected that the matter will be no-! I .received no relief until
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seuieu 10 me commercial cluo touav.
What the business men and resi
dents or Lowell want Is a railway
station and the making of Lowell a
regHter stop. Business mon clam induce.'
mat me ounaing or a station at 1-ow-
Look well to their record. AVha' '
they Have done many times In years
gone by is the be-Jt guarantee of fu-.
ture rwHilts. Anyone with a bad bark
trouble; from kidney Hie. should find '
comforting words in the following
P. 8. Sane. Sl X. Third St.. Phoe-
11U. Arts., says: While living to Ixw,
Angelas, ChI.. I used Doan's Kidney
Pills and they brought me such
great rallef luit I cannot recommend
fnem too highly For gome time t
was subject to dull, heavy paini in
tbe small .of my baok that caused
me a Kreut deal annoyafce, especial
ly at nlht when I was unable to sleeW
well. Ulxiy spells alo bothered me..
uiiag Doan's Kidney Pills. They ,
went directly to the seat of my trou-j
tie and mj completely nemoved it
that 1 bae had no return attack
For sale hv nil ilaalers
ell, no matter how small, where cents. foster-MHbmn Co.. Buffalo,!
ireigut could be received and shipped .-ew York,, sole agontli for the United
Remember the name Uoan's and
take no other. Advertisement.
and where iiassengers on the regular
trains could get off, wouhl be Ut
greatest single iuwrovemerft that
Lowell could get.
"We can see no reason why a sta
tion should not te ballt at Lowell,"
said one of the business men yester
day. He will probably be one of t!iei
committee that will bo appointed to j man. He would simply hae to look
help In the campaign to get-the sW-1 after the freight and the selling of
'"i"") 'u i ijcueis. it would ue a great conven-
Men Get :i Vew Hat now while the
Clean Up Sale is on at the Phelps
1 lodge Store.
tion "The railroad
plenty of land there and the building
of a station would not be a heay ex
One man should be able to run the
station. What we want the most Is a
freight station. Lowell merchants
pay out hundreds of dollars a year (n
fence and a big boost for lxwell '
persons could buy tickets direct to
and from the city . We do not want
to force our Ideas on the railroad peo
ple but we want to show them the
exact situation and the justness of
our claims. The st8iea neetl not e
reshlpping freight from HIsbee that a large one. Just sufficient to accom
could be just as easily unloaded U modate the present demands It we
Lowell If We get ono case of goods) get both freight and passenger cor
or fifty, the whole shipment must be
hauled from Blsbee to Lowell. Why,
Lowell isn't even on the map. If a
merchant there was to order by ex
press a shipment of goods and direct
that the shipment be consigned to
Lowell, the express company uouid
write back asking where Lowell '.
All this means an additional expense
to the merchants of Lowell that thvy
do not think thev should be called on
The station rould he run bv nr.e J Southwestern to build a station
vice we will be pe-fctly satisfied, but
If we can only get the freight ser
vice, we will still consider that -"
have done a great deal to help Lowell
The matter of getting the railroad 'o
build a station was taken up some
tlme ago, but the matter was allowed
to -drop Now, however, the mer
chants and residents of Lowell realize
that being without a station is w orp
ins a great hardship on Lowell and
e ery effort will be made to get the
Calumet and Hecla .
Calumet and Arizona
IMayflower . -North
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' 425-8 p.
Ahmeek. .,! ..- ..-.. "338
Alaska GoldL,.. .... ., IS
Braden ..J?',-.-. -t : 9
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B. and l-
Bohemia .... .-., .... .
Baltic ..-:....."Js..... A.. !
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CaCtUS ..-- r. .r'. t-
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Davis Daly ' .-' l"-s
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KerrLake ,, ...... M
Lucky Tfger Wd .-... .... - 1S
Xorth Tlgre 9
Nacori .... - .-
Ohio - ,,
Ray Central .... .,. 21-
Jlainbow Dev 18
S. W. Miami '-
Savannah b4d -
Tonopah ...... .... "S, .
Tonopah Belmant -
"West Hnd "2
Wolverine bW "
Calumet O" bid 3C
nallinibre OH ax
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CARD OF THANKS
We wsh to express our liartleit
thanks and deop appreciation to the
many kind friends and neighbors who
gave us comfort and aid during our
recent bereavement, through the
death of our hunband and father. Par
ticularly we wish to thank Itathbone
r -j v- in K a.r P and Ullv
Temple No. 3, Pythian Sisters, the
members of wWeh earned our ia
All you have to do is to ask for Schlitz
in Brown Bottles.
Sunlight grows hops, but spoils the beer.
"Beer acted upon by light soon takes up
the very disagreeable, so-called Might
taste,' and also a repulsive, skunk-like odor,"
says no less an authority than the Wahl-Henius Institute
of Fermentology, the scientific authorities on
the subject. "Beer so affected," they say, "is
offensive to the palate of most consumers.1
Light starts decay even in pure beer.' Dark glass
gives the best protection against light. The Brown
Bottle protects Schlitz purity -from the brewery to
your glass. "
Why don't you, too, drink Schlitz? More and
more people every year sre demanding.it.
We started lu a hut. Tpdy our agencies
dot the earth. Our outputexceeds a million
barrels a, year.
'J ' .. s- Phone. 27
See that crown or cork ' Bisbce. Beer' Co.
is branded ' Schlitz. ' ' Bisbec
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Men's Odd Hats
Stetson, Knox, Roxton And No Name
Get A New
To make room for our
spring stock we find it
necessary to piace op.
sale at quick selling
Prices all odd novelty
hats, in the above men-,
tioned makes. While we
have not all sizes in any
one style, we have your
size in this big assort
ment of $5.00, $4.00,
Priced at $3.10
A two days' sale of Boys
affords the Parents a
big opportunity to pur
chase excellent values
at Sale Prices which are
far below the regular
selling Price. These are
in a good variety of col
ors and sizes. $1.75 and
$2 00 Values for two
Priced at $125
Sale Prices In Effect At The Lowell Store
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Electric Toaster Electric Water Heater
Coffee Percolator " Baby Bottle Heater
Chafing Dish " Warming Pad
" Disc Stove
Electric Sewing Machine Motor
" Hot Point' 6 lbs. Price $3i 5 Years
" General Electric 6 lbs. " $4S0 earS
Westinghouse 6 lbs. " $4 j u"e
Ainpri.fln "Reautv 6 lbs. $500 - Life Guarantee
We have all of the above appliances for sale and all
are sold subject to acceptance or rejection after
That Made Milwaukee Famous
Bisbee Improvement Co.
ATPm-Pi yu as fr beer do not take a sub
W il&Tl stitute. Insist on having The Tann-
hauser Beer, the beer that is bottled at the
Brewery.) Delivered to you at $3.50 per case.
If your grocer does not have ii, call
Boston & Brown
Agents of the Copper City Brewing Co.
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