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GETTING READY FOR
There was a meeting of Sonora crutlon In Los Angeles California con
constitutionalists Tield Thursday at tinuos to hold front page position In
Agua Priela, opposite Douglas, at the newspapers.
which was outlined a polloy which If
carried out may result in an attempt
, tV. i-.nrt nfthn Rtfltp tO COr.flSCatC
- . . ,
fit tho forelentowned property In So
nora, where owners refuse to be bled
or dominated by the Mexican officials.
A law is asked that will make it a
felony If any'one attempts to cuitall
or cease operation In thp state. This
would he nice business for a company
yuing Into a state to develop Its re
sources. If a man Invested in a mln-
ice enterprise and after spending all,
, t..vc 4 ' . !
his money found no ore. then it he
attempted to Quit the Ja'l would be his
destination, unless he should be for
given by the state officials. It would
alsq men tliaat an extravagant or mas
ttrful management once established
in an enterprise must go on forever,
or untll'such time as Its owners should
olect, to go to jail.
decorums fo a ninui
C as published. In tho Douglas Dls- j
patch some menspromlnent In the So
nora state government were present at
the Agua Pfleta, meeUng. It was
claimed that those who had curtailed
or discontinued their business w'ere
doing so In aid of the Hnerta govern
ment. Such declarauons and such atUtude .
ic hnt nn nvirinncB o ithe (leDlorabl" I
condition fn Sonora. The Southern Pa-
cific was blanjejj for stopping the op-
oration of trains, yet it is well known
that trains were brought to a stbp.
l-peaus railroad bridces had been de-1
' , ,. .
stroyed from one end ot the line to
the other: they blamed the Cananea
Copper company for the partial shut
down of Its plant and operation at
Cananea when everyone knows thar
this cultailment was forced on the
company because of Inability to ge:
fuel and supplies to continue at full
capacity. Another complaint is
v v.vj. .
closing of all tho banks at Hermoslllo (
which occurred after Max Mailer, ot
the Banco de Sonora was thrown Into
jail when he refused to deliver to the I
ttatc authority funds ot tno wnic.
The Jled Elaggers demonstrated
niiich lwldneVs in their looting game.
but it would seem that this Agua ra-j (ArtonB Rejbcan.) -
eta conference was looklns for sclen- American aad other foreign raiHe
' , j , , .- u . I owners in Sonora are expected to foot
tlfile methods of, appropriating whattne bUg of rebemon to furnish mon-
they desire from those foreigners , oy far areas aad ammunition, for ts
Mho happen to be incharge of the blgj f fr WM
and the moro prmeeiy perquisites oi
enterprises in Sonora. .
a that a proposition has
in the legislature to co
tinue the code revision commissioner .
so that he ma have an opportunity to
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tinRoramDie some o use ws oi w I
present lesislature. If there was anvicotitury and leave tit state io co!ft
afcKurance that all thc freaks enacted
during the four sessions of the first
Arizena legislatures could be eliml
natcd by this method everybody w ould
bo in f vor of it
Thc Kevlew again desires to Im-
press oajua,Udyrionds the necessi
ty nt ylacgwJJlalr names on the Great
Hcfktoi K thay desire to get into po
Wel, the "people will have a say
about that ten million dollar road bond
riiwe, it I
no .tw- Io workk about
bond issue thcpeo-
rnrd ibeir opinion of the extravagant
ideas of the first legislature which has
continued in .session for six months at
a cost of one thousand dollars pe- day
V ,V Ii l( t
,b- pf.iiri Htffc? t'
Between the antt-Jap legUlatlon at
' Sacramento aad tho WWte Slave pros-
Tho "progressive" state government J
ot Sonora has demonstrated that the
Hunt administration in Arizona la In
tilt "piker" class. Di-io the last
fow months the state of Sonora has
taUfn complete control of the South
ern Pacifco de Mexico and now U
'iKnut in tnVn nwi tn front Pflnamn
rolues for iU own use and benefit.
Ilcre is a demonstration of a state
eusaglns In industrial pursuit tlt.it
Worsley and the Arizona executive to
turn grcun with e.ivy.
MEXICO AND THE MOB
The act of the Cananea mob In con
PelUni; J. S. Douglas to leave that
H place on Monday, while officials were
present and refused to interfere, is
i. .,.i..i .- .- ,',m.
Jn tfce Unlted states for thos
e attempting the overthrow ot
Huerta. The natural tcnaency or tne
American people has been to cyiripa-.
thlzo with tho constitutionalists, but
scrh action as this Is not likely to be
productive of stimulating this sympa Mr. Harrison answered those qugs
thy In the least tions -by the following, ttajtementf
-.-- - . J Ttte present tariff bill ls the- most
Mevlco is blaming Its plight on the earnest attempt to lower the cost of
United States, for not recognizing the living, to break, up the power oE
frobm bad tQ Vk0rso n8 havfl
Huerta government. It tnings Keep
been for the rast tew er.rs ever inert?
JZX3Xg E ".
failure of recognition to lay to this
CHANGED HIS STYLE.
(Clifton Copper Era.) r
With a smile of amusement It will
be Remembered that upon the day
of his inauguration the governor of
Arizona with a great ciB-way oi sim-
pllcity squared his shoulders aau
inarched down Washington street on
foot to the inauguration stand. The
governor desired to create the im-
,Iln, that he was a soldier In the
army of tho common People- N
automobile for him' But be it
, Known, me joiciiwr ua u .,o,..o..
thoiMnce Instead ho had prchased for
charged to the prison
tnad thc be-t r n
continued to use It until the other
.I,- tvhnn suit irstituted by tin and-
o; o macilne was ordered sent to
the prison. Tbe inauguration day stun;
trai a cheen bit of advertising which
tatBr ercBt, e
Sonora Tax Legislation.
y the mine owners wyi not ?r inw
i-uinous tax Few of the mines arc
now In operation, and It the owners
were" required to meet the new H -
? ey "
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becorao "remlttince men, sad ifco
stockholders -vox.: I n-1 stand for that
- ,:i-HS tw mining men wi.l
,,r0taMy do will be ir get out oi -ae.
xoe lax ihb ... "-'" ""'"J'r:
tome Ume the trouble will brought
to an end when, with the aid of their
i a il. t..i is k hA.Ktiir inni
home governments, their properties
win oe rebioieu iu iu
The new Sonora tax ls a stronger
tld for intervention than had been
rrpv!nnJr oitended It comes from.,
U pretended government which bJ.sl"jj g f0restn- deirtaent ot
assumea responiiumij vi.c .-
r.h ch hae been regarded as reason-,
-:.'- .,... fnr lntrventlon were
hwic i-umr -- w-
committed by persons without repon
slbillty, aad the damage sustained
foreigners were only incidental.
fn concluding, we may observe Krei-
eran!y that while the Mexicans 'e''0MU)tL jn thB near tUWre. it ls re-over. sent the daughter for th n bm ta vith M,phUr and alcoho'le,,, telL because H does it so natural
procrastinating In some rspUi ,rte, the povprnnient wld ask for( broom, dus pan and dust cloth. and and carofB i, w eTenlr You Jl2gt dampen t
vthsn. it comes to tax legislation theyLid9 for the removal of this Umber ; then asked bar to suy there ami watca (lUerod wlll wrn y streaked and hpenge or toft brush and draw it
have our legislature skinned a Jty , Tirabfcr. amounting to bir.lons of do!- her She was sure her motner couw faded teoBtIfulIy. an tex. thfoBgh y0ur hair, taking on small
l)ck, to employ a classic pifpse now , igrs j, now a d?-d waste unless re-, not And any ,dlrt lor-tn ,,t pan. y rsmoje V6r yt, of dadruff, strand at a time. Do this tonight and
much la use among the Bosoneje.ii SefW plaetf cm 1) markiA at lhlji there wan. 4t .waa jverqutot Jev () itartk Shi iWUng fetr. ' jby'raorning all gray hairs have dla-
) T " Ijih eafty date'. The ' KoVornment Isi soni;but one thaVshe narer torgot j just a eW applications will prove appeared,' after another application or
f' TIMBER NEAR C-IFTON. imaklng timber sales mure rapidly Always ido yoJr -work well, at trie lame a rovetet!on f yocr haJr lg fading J two It will be restored to Its nat
It (than ever before. Tho demand for time ijplckly and baye the beet 'lme gy or drj .craggy and thin. Mix- nral color and bo even more gtos
Copper Era.) i lumber ls rapidly increasing and tin, of your life, while doing it Hpre aie a jj,g ibe Sago Tea and Sulphur reo'lp eft and 'luxuriant than eyer.
KtMV people even In Clftton and hupkly it annually becoming dlmlii-j lew suggestions. - at homo, though, is trosblentome. -Aa Local dnigglsU say ths are sell-
Creonlec county, realize ts&t the larg-' ished. We firmly belfev the day Is" not! . 1 Have a good light weight broom. Mter way Is to get th8 ready-to-uso ing lots of "Wycth's Sago arid Sul
eat unbroken forest in the United far illslaht when Clifton mill be JorAlways hang It up when not using jonlc costing about 50 cents a large plmr" and it surelv helps folks ap
8tetes lies in Arizona, rnd a large1 Manufacturing center of the largest It Wash It ln warm suds when dirty, (bottle at drug stores. jnv;n as "yVj I-car years younger,
pcrtlon of thUforc Is .U'ated wl'h J lusaittr Industry in the Eovhwcst 5 llave a won broom, to brush !cthfs Sage and Silphur Hair Rem. Adv 20C
THE BISBEE DAILY REV FEW,
kill IV V;
? NK YOU? PAWS' WW :, -777-, I P
feHsMBPjSr r T-i ""
x&jT sSziseES'Mt 'z2& 4i -fe s
I"he tastace rf the anti-alien land ownerstuo uill. desiRned pnmarilv io pieenl Japantse .roni arijuir
jne Utle to real property in California. b the lower house of the California legislature, has ur-used rMenlment
in Japan.. Covert threats have been made :hat if the -xnti-alirn bill becomes a law the Japanese will re
tf !) by abrogallnc Chelr commercial treaty with the United Slates.
LiyilG COSTS TO SE
The 8l Louis Times submitted to
itepresemauve Harrison, oemutrai, ui
lor a member o .tho ways
and means committee, the following,
question : 1
How does the democratic tanu uiu
propose io ioer m tii ui --o
Exactly how mucn wiu it reauce
the prico, of clothing, food, fuel, and
other necessaries of life.
tarllf protected; monopolies ana io
j,ghten hc burden ot taxation since
hnfore the war
ciothlng and otber necessaries of life :
IwlU no longer be able to monopolize!
tho home mark. They must now
. compete on fair terms with the pro-
'Srs of other lands The consum-,
era will benefit through tJettlng a
iter article at less price.
5w,ft Se firat attempt since the
roundatlon of our government to
6hlft jj,e buraen of taxation off ths
t m3gaes ot consumers, where
th taTiu rfaces u, onto the baeks
of tl wea,W who are best able to
l nTes Tof our government Sv-
1I 5M ?5.v0Ur JS!""".?-.
thJ0Ugh ,0 lnmo raeans a dal-
arr g Ur, burdea on tno platn
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The Income tax will be assessed ""-" auc awao rorejga rurnlture at low prices,.111 uibb . "". -". j-'-.1..e..
.S .-'. "i fL ST,iZ the most heavily cut lte ot the KirUralarl? bentwood rnit, r ' sojislly appeared before me In my
." 7h Tneoraei of the wealthy the nMst heavilj
P redaction o m-
tu,i' ., " ""V.1 "TT.. " . .,--
ft" "" dXrrf ltrfe
f 'XlLr of it will rrewnt a
And eery aonar o: u win fl "
STS lL ErtVl t5.
TrnoTnt a7 be eilmsia at' from
fl2J,WOW0 to ?!3,e.0eo The fol I
t lew-.ng resame of drastic redactlonb '
- riff tew lllJgtrate9
he g etfect the new bl'l
wU1 haTe" FOOD
Meau All duty will be taken ifi
meats, fresh aad prepared This
ttat t fnm Anrentme can
. lmDOrted to eoasete ith tb prod
uct of the United States
', - ,,, probaWe average of 2 per
cl redueUon in its con to consum
Fish All fish are on thp fre- lib'
ers. Tfl covers io? eiHra
. Jn th northern Atlantic wal
raaJ.rity of which is marketed
-T,.jn,.,t. .-k, d bread
. . , ' th f Sst. Tbis
, . . - .
opens the jaarksts of tfce worn io .
consunier in the country audi
ldefi , xormi.dabte rival to the I
..t trust." The Payne law. by a f
,ZitM.edrThrd" oalP'swep 1U. a broom It is good ex-
' .Voj tsumim nentad
c-, ,iia nt r.iiftnrt u is the
y,e rovcrnmeia tal wneii umuer oi.
,h RatjoBai fort-st rssenes shall hao,eI sbc remeraDerea nar nm ..p-
,'..; .;i. kL, i,., nf'lwr. that is when sew lstt alone
lhc forests demands its removal. BII-;to do It Her nwter wit o lor
,,,,8 iet of merchantable mature (Uie morning and asked her to sweep
j Umber new awaits removal in the, two bedrooms upstairs. hen me
i ms-i-i iirif Hiniuin luc sjuvifc immkuvh'
Apache National Forest tributary to
BISBEE, ARIZvin'A, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 27,
CUT fflf THE PROPOSED
cally all biscuits and wafers have
" 'w " .u.i muisinuu.
Fruits All citrus fruits, lemons, or-
anaes or craDe fruit, are redticell from
1 1-2 tol-2 per cent pei- pound, open-
ing the markets o: jtlie Medlteran-.
tan io mis coaa;rj:. yie rayne lanu.'.
X3e Payne tariff
effectually prevented competition, and all Tdnds including men's and worn
limited the citrus Jpilts supply to '? underclothing, an enormous Item
California and Floidal j bas been cut 100 per cent.
AH fresh fruits arfc Jnit from 23' er Gpdds With the extension
centr to JO cents a bushel, permitting of "J"033 glomes, leather goods are put
Importations Irom Canada and the on the free llst- Th!8 will force Am
tropics. er'can manufacturers of shoes to
Milk Fresh, preserved or
Eed, ra"k u Put on ,ho free list-
Live poultry is cut from 3
- on the free list
t.che.e6f-1J'fut -"rtfe-lar-jr t0
be cheap grades used in quantity by
"?. average consumer.
Gcneral Pwduce-On general pro-
'?"' UEeu ? quau""86 D
I""18"' WB uiy.v- wen mi i",
f.e I more than 106 .per
2.V f . ., ,
,'? - "- - wCi .,
"a. w-. vid lu
mli?V, a .. , . . ,
,;,otatoes f on ? lsL TJ?is
win Pre,nt a Ptzto famine or the
manipulation of prices by ccmb nes.
Simitar facts are true ot butter
beans, pickles, eggs onions and peas.
bcedule K T
Schedule K The wool schedule 1
means better cloh-l
in.s and ,""" w?',cn frnlsbtoss'
at Ereatlv reduced cost Tn some ,
Ca8s W'en Karmen'" hae uffefe
cu,s of 1?0 rr cent. The duty on
,wcier c!othinK !n tilc nw tarif - ,v
' " th. consumer to purchase for
a suufor . ., he now pa,, $-0
S everv one should know ho to
eroisc. too, if yoa learn to work k
the mouth closed, the windows ana
doors oren tor some of them), and
. sweep with short Strang, ovej'
nunc. . .- ...-
1 : THus.
motnar rcturcea sne ;ooKeu iw n.n
mfff w i j g J.'!1
DEM0GIH11G TARIFF BILL
The reduction on higher priced
".luiues win oe in equal ratio. "Wool-
on socks, underwear, sweaters, muff-
lera and nloves will ho Imnnrt
this country and soid at prices much
cnoaper than now prevail.
'. motion clothlnK Cotton Mnthinf nt
wuuu ciuuiing motion
lDn,Pele w un torelgn markets. The
. cut In
! will rwitirp thfr n,liA. .. ..... -
.j uu u,cji o tjrt,s gioves
so cents per pair Worklnemen's
Bituminous apd Anthrocite Coal -
These are now duty free and will per-
Inlt importations of English, WelBh
and Canadian coals.
Palnt-Tho consumer will oe able
to purchase excellently made foreign
Faints at very low prices.
ooaps .u soaps nave Seen cut 20
j, per cent This will force Arterl
soapmakprs to materially lower
the prices 4f their products or In-
tiBHw ia- sc oi vac 3oap cake.
uocsenom tTjrnltnre Tho duty on
all household furniture has been cut
Irora 33 to 15 per cent. This will in-
crease importations of excellently
. . w-
Agrultqra 1 4mplemenU-Article
nu-Mmr-r ,. r,.n.. . t
' P1"" the freeTta cAvoruZ
among tJiem are aerie ..Hurrl tnW
.. ,.. ,,. .. ...
gl0B M b'ndlns twines "tfl leSfllS.
cc.irrTLC " ?-
'"& VriJffl 1
r m a. ji mm ri
-XbxJ&xe, Gititv. jgc&
bolstered furniture, heavy draperies,
Z Op n the windows, a caref ullr
Inn up the curtain"!
4 ri-t all s-nall bricab'-ac sucti's.iro an:l mentlmi thp rtisbee I)alll
, - i-f? bocks, etc anil coer withl!ie-ew Regular fifty-cent and one
a 'i-jco cloth ! uolla' size boulci for sale at all drug
S Sweep ail small rugB and laj to tores.
LOOKS YEARS YOUNGER!
i j;o uasi, tnu viuiuuui win
cii!p, ij;, a
btOD rallin" Hair and
. , . , .
CcmmoB ssrdea saee brewed Into
one side or If possible hang outside.
C Sweep with abort, even strokes,
holding the broom close to the floor;
sweep in an opposite direction from
which the wind is blowing. Doa't let
tho dust fly.
7-ftr1iah the u'-illa with ftlA hrnrtm
n,v.,i wih i.n .inth I
8 If carpets or rugs are very dusty! V,bea it gets WnleU th?
tcatUr hits of papor dampeued, Ip names of the generals from the naraej
ammonia water. iof ,he tott'n,, where the baMlel are
9-Nevar sweep tho dust from one fovght there will be considerable more
room to another, nor out ot doors. mtetrst la the Mexican war. ,
10-Empty the dustpan lrito a- piece' Auy f vwh0 ' h'selt J ?0
of paper, fold and put la the waste seen going home with -half dozen eggs
basket or burn. or a Pund f batter ls 'W',-S 'orth
7. Let down tho curtains and have a 'cirlble temptation to burslara.
the window shades even and dust; re- An MS,Ler" savant says aclouoo can
member whether It Is the living room, 1,er Perhaps not. but some of the
bedroftm or Irltrllnn uhloh ! hplni- BCVSfiStg Can. i
sweflt jind dutBd. It thould alwava'
ted. It should always' .Vn Printfe was sen by a cor
have furniture arranged lala Iart' '"m 'f comuunlly goln
well as belnq dean. I1?1? " movln' p.cter shf dexvuto
it!.r city one day lav. week htn he
look neat and :
with taste as
From the Hlckeyvlllo Clarion.
A tee Hllltkcr ls getting tho machine
in sfeape so his wife can run it (his
swDwr. It Is a Light Running Domes
tic. 1 hey kia reform drunkards and !
dope fiends Ir som asw. but thero S7Si. w i ,h .ntVn 7h X
-t IN. to be a bit ot hope ter a!" h' vh."Ci,air "i? . "L.fS ?
foliar tW rn.nu. ,!. . nn.l B1lrl
WV I 0IVVVl UBU 4VkA UUVt V v
ll W'oa each bide of the tart.
There ls Just about as much sense
In trying to mow a lawn with a safe
ty rasor as there is in tryin' to mako
a $10 a month man answt- all the re
quirements of a $100 a mouth Job
It stee as though mo&e ail of the
toilers that ain't In the llfo Insurance
taciaeM are painting signs or dolu'
stunts in. vaudeville.
The village council passed an ordi
nance providing that all screens
uflnrlnura fii Ihnt rHaAiMhv Tntf?h
havo an unobstructed vieiv ot tne In
terior The proprietor of the Goldeu
Nugget now stands at tho door. '
Mr. Lent Butts attempted suicide
yesterday by tyin' a mule's tall to He.
hliid leg so It couldn't noller, but at
latest reports he was doln as wolt n
coyid be expected. It net better.
The swin circle w III mec next Fri
day afternoon with Mrs. William Tib
bltts and as no meetin' has been
held since Deacon Bibbs eloped with
(ha church sopranner singer It is ex
pected the session will last far into
According to Uncle Abner.
If all the sutfragets were beautiful
the men would have been letting them
vote for twenty years past
They say that wlmmen will alwaj
kiss and make up, but the fact rt-
Absolute Truth About
The Great Kidney Remedy
Several years sapo I suffered wita
bad pains in my back. I was cr
restless, often getting up several
tliees during the night. My limbs
were ewollen and I dropped In weight
to 117 pounds. I co,!- nted a well
known VnrfnPr nhvsiclan and ho
' stated that I had a"ery bad case of
t I saw vour advertisement in the
! taper and purchased a bottle of Dr.
KtHwrt Swarop-Koot from a drug-
& a"er ho recommonded it to me.
After I took threo bottles. I felt
. greaUy rellevod. I .nave tahn
Swam'p-Root since at different times
1 pained In weight to 206 pounds, and
I am well and have been ever since
I commenced taking Sw amp-Hoot
Vcr7 truly yours.
W. J. BAUROW.
I, A. SI. Barrow, a Notary Public
in and for the County of Prince Ed
wanl- In the st:Uc r vlrSlnIa- d,J
1Ify that W. J. Barrow, whosa
VAmo la B" to tne 'oregoin? writ
, . , , t ir.i. into
Cosxnty aforesaid and made oath that
saW wnttag U true in substance
and in fact. Given under my hand
" " w of Janur 1912 '
A' M, PSPT J"1' P"V M
ye sold M-. W. I Barrow most o.'
" Svn-Rcot in ouestton. ad ha-. :
cprsotaliy heard him peak of itn ac
tion in ajost oompllmeiitaiT terras
WIUTE DUlla COMPANW.
By W. E. Sanford-
Letter to 1
Dr. Kilmer & Co,
pinghamtcn, N. Y. j
Prove Vhat Swamp-Roct Will Do for
Srnd to Dr Kilmer &. Co., Bing
fcnmton, N. Y.. tor a sample bottle.
It will convince anyone. Yon will
n!w recrive a booklet of valuable In
formation, telling all about the KM-n-vs
and bladder When writing, be
BEAUTIFULLY WITH SAGE
cd." thus avoidinr a lot of niua
Pome druggists maVs their own. hut
K In't nearly so nice as "WyetiYs."
Wblle wiiy. gray, faded hair Is
not sinful, we all dssire to retain our
yoathful appearance and attractlve-
i ness. By darkening vour nair w ttn
f.TV. "'. ' li ..."t..-
mains that most of 'em are-i eoaotj
aiiy made' up first.
A good many baseball- players rc
have hcered of would have inadob'et-
t(r lflrlnpt nmvfipa . " .''
I There la something atout...waarla.
J nose glasses that makes iteasj- for
a feiler to borrow mony.
t'oarcn Prinze was gen by a cor-
tl.O'iht nobody was looklu'. "Vc hiW
alwtjv matntainel in this paper thai
a cton to hum and a deacon awnv
from hum ls two saparr.te and 'lisllnct
S i . dejeo ,7
" l er was ..h.oiu-h ncio last wok
U .c a brai'.d nw rjir resturcr.
Anse Frisby spilled part of a bottle
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Brig. Gen. Walter S Schuyler, ono
pt the best known otf leers of ihe
army, closed his active military ca
reer today, by reason ot the fact
tbat tomorrow he will reach the' age
limit for act5 seMce. Since last
Juno Gen. SchuyW has been In com
mand ot the Department of, gallforn?3l
New and second band. Immediate,
shipments. All pipe ha? new coup
lings and threads.
1 in., 11'4 in., 11-2
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U-Sin., 5 in. and 6 In. '
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4 in., 6 in.. S in.. 10
RIVPTPn ln-12 ln'-' an1 nvy
jlllLILU other si7es of well
casing at half new plpo' value.
Full line of fittings, NVritc
Adams Pipe Works
2023 Bay St, Los Angeles and save
'Phor.es F19l" Broadway 1264
Mail Orders Given prompt
If You Want To
SELL or RENT
I he Real Estate Man
CHICHESTER S PILLS
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Transfer solicit your hauling.
QWlck service Reasonable
Phone 50 Residence Phono 333
O. K. LIVERY and
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HUBERT tTENNESBY, Prop.
Phone 1C, Op. Depot Ambulant
HARRIS & CHEfcHER
Contractors, bullde-s. Carpen
ter an'd cement work. Paving,
Painting, CalcUnlmirfe and
Stono Wall work. Phone 97.
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