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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29, 1913.
-THfc,.yrivy WTFrf--' 4f
l. I. Kyle.wttl Paso. Is a bus
iness visitor (ma. brief star-
Jack Sparks left last night for Doug-
las and goe froin theru to Macotari
and ni Tigro ojrbnslutsss.
On' Mining Business
T. II. WUttfi left yesterday
Beaumont. Texas,, where ho '
spend about a wesk on wslneK,
C&nanei Visitors u
E. O. RodcerSj, Jhn V. Montague
and I, De Prand.jTijCananea. are here
for a brief stay on business.
Traveling Passenger Agent
O, H. Donart "traveling passenger
agent for the Santa Pe, is here for
W. 1L Reno, of Dourfas, manager
of thj Copper. QIjyk,'Urewery. motor.
here yesterday afternoon on business.
Ha was accompdnied by his wife.
From Phoenix i
Jim Pollard.l'a well known travel
ing man of Phoenbc. 1b here. He
states that business in bis line" is
very good. - ' -
Attend Federal Court
W. H. Brophy and T. E. Coles left
yesterday for1 Phoenix, summoned be
fore the federal court In cases now
To Memphis .
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Howe nnd
daughter Lola, who were here for a
eek visiting lr. Howe's brother, C.
M. Howe, and family, will leave this
morning for Memphis, where thy
will visit for several weeks w"th their
eon before returning to their home
in LIgonler, Ind.
Take advantage of the Low Rate for a trip to see
The State Fair, The Great Laguna Dam,
The Wonderful Siphon and the
Beautiful Yuma Valley.
Round Trip Fare O 7 fi
Via Phoenix P UU
For party of 15 or more, $22.00 (not including Pull
man.) START SATURDAY MORNING at 6:40.
R. R. FARE WILL BE CREDITED as part of first
payment on a purchase during the trip, of 1 0 acres of
COOPER FARM LANDS
SEE OR. PHONE ME before SATURDAY, NOV. 1st.
John A. Campbell
SCHMID-SHATTUCK BLDG. TELEPHONE 26
Birth Record 1 t-adleg Aid
To M. and Mrs. H. Wickhan, of- Tho Ladles Aid of the Rantist
Warren, at- the Copper Queen hospl- church mill meet on Thursday after-
nnnn nr 9 rtf-lstL. t .Vi.il l.MA f .
-- vmvva . mj uuijio oi Jlia.
til, a boy. To Mr. and Mrs. 11.
Cralne, of Johnson Addition, a girl.
M. U Butler, Mason-HUl.
Will Locate Here From Tucsei
Misses Anna, and Janette Matzan' Mr. and Mrs. S. Helneman, of Tuo
arrlved Jast night from Aberdeen, son, are spending a few days here on
Washington, and will make this city a business and pleasure trip. Mr.
their future bomc. - Ulelneman Is a prominent merchant
j in. the Old Pueblo.
From Texas .
M. N. Galagher and H. L. Cole. cf.Came Back Aoaln
Big Clean Up Sale
Ladies' High Shoes
Pumps & Oxfords
Regular flM Cfi eguar
Values infc I si 1 1 Values
$2,50 to $6
$2,50 to $6
a general clean up on incomplete and broken lines in
Ladies' high shoes, Pumps and Oxfords. This lot has
been placed on bargain tables and at this pi ice you
can't afford to pass up this s ale. Come early while we
have all sizes. Your choice of being fitted is better if you
don't delay. One of the greatest shoe offers this de
partment ever made.
and Vlci Kid
A good assort
ment of styles
A Marvelous Escape.
Attorney E. J. Klann.gan was ap-
Amerlllo, Tex., arrived -sterday. After spending three years on the Fo-nted executor of the will of the
Mr. Gallagher is the owner of the A1-1 coast, Fred J. Garvin, a butcher, ,ate father WInand Meurer and filed
len block and will spend several formerly emp'oyed by E. A. Tovrea tae w111 when he jwas in Tombstone
monins nere oeiore returning nome.it Co.. has returned and accented nlsi.ca":'uttJ-
Mr. Cole will be Ipre for several' old position. He holds that there Is
days. no place as good as BIsbee.
is room for several first tenors. Sing
ers for any other parts art invited
to meet with the club at this time
and may become members if they so
"My little boy"haf a marvelous os-
ukn ' T V wicMnrriB tT
"It occurred in the middle of the Export Tax Goes On (. Adamson May Bid
night. He sot a very severe attack L. C. phattuck spent yesterday In' W. M. Adamson, president cf the
of croup. As luck- wcttld have it, I Douglas -on cattle business. tHe re- Arizona Gypsum Plaster Co. of Doug- Lowell. Judge
had a largo bottle of OUamberlaln's turned last night, when he stated that las, was here yesterday conferring the ceremony.
( otiRii Hemedy in me. nouse. Airer the cattle Importations at Douglas with contractors regarding his blocks -
...... ....,., ., ,.wwv.o . .... ..- a.ern verv neavv vesteruav on ac- onrf in eiwtira n KPf nr n mans oi Khr;w w Her"-
SherlB at. a AVheeler was
Miss Kato OVegociehand VIdo Ka.l
oiich were married n Sunday attbe
residence of the groom In Upper
and twenty minutes he v-aa through
all danger." Sold by all dealers.
1 J IA,
Anv. iio j
count of it being the last day before th n.. Uleh schooL He stated that
(.'the export tax of $10 per head by, he had yet fully decided to bid for
WANTED THE AD
DRESS OF ANY PERSON
WHO DOES NOT KNOW
THAT THE BEST MOVING
PICTURE SHOW IS LO
CATED AT LOWELL.
the Btate government will be put in the contract.
They Make You Feel Good.
The pleasant purgative effect pr
Was In Douglas
tor yssterday. He passed through the
city early in the afternoon for Doug
las and later In the evening returned,
spending a few hours here before he
Mayor J. S. Williams was a visitor, iEft for Tombstoner-
fln TVMitrlaa vdcfprrfav on -liiiclnpRa irp!
'elbiv1,!1S?53Jaw ies at the Smelter city presents Glee Club Meeting -
mTndch $" one a very progressive appearance bat There w, a meeting of tin Di,
, , i.r-i r. v.. -ii j-.i, han nuite a wars to so In ratch ni heo Glee Club at the l. l. C "
Adv lJG.w.th the parent city. buiUing tonight at 8 oclock.
Puts on Auto Truck
II. Cochran is the latest transfer
man to, put an auto truck on the
streets. He has a Willys 3-4 ton car
and is finding it equal to ail calls.
Goes To Phoenix
J. H. Jacks left yesterday for a
visit to Phoenix, from where he will
probably return over the race route
In hla Reo racing car.
EN who are most critical
about the perfect set of a
Derby wear our Self-conforming
Stetsons exclusive ' .. r ' r ck e kindly
to the head on first acquaintance,, like
a Soft hat without manipulation or
loss of their exquisite balance. You
will always find the newest styles at this
store Fall 1913 Stetsons now being
Yi 9 lAl UtflVl
Kllen Godsey and Nell Walker, tvvo
cf the chorus girls with the Orpheum
show, returned, to El Paso last night
Getting Along Well
Joe Keating and Win. Rlthwonh
aro getting along well. It is now
considered doubtful If they had small
pox. If so the attacks were very
mild. There have been no new
Auto Directors Meet
An Auto club meeting last night
discussed plans for the entertain
ment of the Phoenlr-El Paso racers
and methods of parking cars.
After spending some time at this.
Old Congress mine north of Phoenix;
making examination of an old tail-'
tags dump, Cbas. Jones returned !ait
r -jjm ' -i i i.
In.. I lliiilimw ;
a !rB . .
r j it wi .j- v.., - r
Enroute to Phoenix
Hen H. Stlllman, of Douglas, who
recently sold out his beer agency, ar
rived here yesterday enroute to
to annear in court as witnesses oil Phoenix, where he will attend the fair
summons sent here. Two new girls (and probably locate. Mr. Stlllman From Federal Court
to take their places left El Paso list -bis the distinction of being the firati ' I. C. E. Adams writes from phoenbr
night and will arrive this morning. white -boy born In this county. mat inis is notaing im nome, m
auus mat ne is gi convinceu iisie-.-Is
the best town on the map. Ho
states that all the BIsbee people now
in Phoenix are getting along nicely.
The Federal jurors are hoping to set
release 'before long.
I $OR 1 '. . Js
LOS ANQELiiS HAR
For full particulars call at
LOCAL BRANCH CALIF0RNLA
Koom 1, Johnson-
Don't fail to investigate what is soon to be one of the four great harbors of the world
To makejhe best returns on small investments has never been offered to equal
The Premier subdivision in the harbor district and only eleve blocks away from the
docks; four blocks away from the graded and high schools, four blocks from
?: naroor orancn ot uay nan ana in tne uity or ios Jingeies
. i '
Demand the ProofsWe Have Them
1-4 m U Uw
8:30 a. m. to 9:30 p. m.
The following unsolicited testimon
ial should certainly be sufficient to
eive hope and courage to persons
nfrilcted with chronic dyspepsia: "I
have been a chronic dy&peptfo for
years, and of all tho medicine I havo
taken, Chamberlain's Tablets havo
done me more oo& thin anything
pise," says W. G. Mattlson. No. 7
Sherman St, Hornellsvillo. N. Y.
For sale hv all dealers. Adv. 12G
The Annual meeting of the stock
holders of the El Paso & Southwest
ern Hailroad company for the elec
tion of directors to servo for the en
suing year, and for the transaction of
such other business as may be proper
ly brought before tho meeting, will
be held at the office of tho company
In Blsbefc, Cochiso County, Arizona,
on Monday, November 101913. at 12
o'clo oon. -
-Art" , r 37i
The Trail of
A. cough or cold goes through
your entire system. Behind it is
left ravages and wast Upset
stomach conditions exist
Nerves are thrown out of gear
Eyes become watery and weak
Your head becomes clogged
and your brain doesn't work
properly. The time to stop a
cough is at its inception. Camp
on the trail of a cough -with the
best cough remedy that, you can
secure. That remedy is'
The Bisbee Drug's
White Pine With Tar
If !t were possible to make a
better remedy, rest assured we
would do it 500 bottles sold last
season and not a kick registered.
Try It on your cough. 25c