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Business Interests of Cochise
County Suffer Untold
Harm Because of Faulty
Postal Service Conditions
Portant business letter from the In
excusable delay for which officials aro
Prominent citizens hare suggested
that representative men throughout
Cochiss county write to the First As
sistant Postmaster General at Wash
ington. and" also to the oflla'als oi the
El Jaso & Southwestern and the
Southern Pacific railways, protesting
ayalnst the Inexcusable inadequacy of
the mail service.
Conditions which are working un
fall service Communication between
tbroushout Cochise county prevail at
P'raem uecause 01 toiauy inadequate
torn harm tat business Interests ,
practlca'ly all communities in the I
country is seriously crippled by a In the fowling tournament the
combination of faulty .train service j;ame'' so far as known nt the present
and tho failure nf h nnmmmont t ate wl'l be Douglas at Blsbee for th
proviae mail clerks on severalf $' f'fs' same 0I about Dcc- 20th. JJWbeo
trains. " -' at nuslas sometime in January, a.id
l-ougias Dack Jn Bisbee again in Feb-
I'ruary. The line-up of the two team
The result is that letters and papers
take from two to three days in tran
sit between pplnts thnt formerly
were separated by less than twenty
four houre mailing time. Blsbee es
pecially Is suffering from the negli
gence lpf Incompetency of railway
and ' pestoffice officials. As an i'lus
tratlon of the working of the present
schedules, mall matter sent out-1rom
Blsbee In the morning addressed to
the lollowing towns, is first forwarded
all the way to Tucson:
Benson, Bowie, Cochise, Don Luis.
Dos Cabezos, Dragoon, Fairbanks
Fort Huachuca, Gleeson. Hamburg.
Hereford, Johnson, l-and, Lowell.
Lewis Spr.ngs, Light, McAllister, Mes
cal,' Mlddlemarch. Naco, Pc-arce, Pool,
St. pavid, San Simon, Servess, Tur
ner, Warren and Wilcox,
On arrival In Tucson, it is held
until night or the next day when It
la carried back over the same route
previously traversed and does not
reach Its reach its destlnat'on until
the; expiration of forty-eight hours or
mqre. As a sample of the barm
wrought, a registered letter mailed In
uisDee at :3U p. m. .Monday, addressed
to Tombstone. The register return
proved It was not received In T'-tfib-stone
until the ' following Thursday.
Pcstmaster Cassldy and other post
masters throughout th' country ar
pow'erless to remedy the evil, they
r. It Is a matter Th!ch lies at the
doors of tt. ral!".ds and the gov
ernment postofflce officials. Out cf
town subscribers to The Review join
with business interests In protesting
against the outrage contained in
faulty service. The 'Review is placed
In the malls every morning before tha
partnre of the morning train, but
will bp as follows:
i First Team
C. C. Childears, CapL.
O. D Brown.
ft L. Martyr
! W. S. Arksey.
A. "W. Owens, 1st Sub.
J. L. Benton.
C. E. WIttig.
J. J. EddyJ
H. R. Le Kul.
We'll deliver your Xmas suit to
you in time. Come In and leave your
order at' once. Guarantee Shoe anj
j Tailoring Co. 001
From and after this date I .hereby
give notice that I will not be re
sponsible for any debts contracted bv
ai y wife, Elizabeth A. Ashmarf.
(Signed) GILES ASHMAN.
Blsbee, Arizona, Dec. 10, 1913.
Receives Sad News
I. C. K. Adams has received the sad
news of tho death of liis uncle, S. V..
Taggart, who died at .Newport, Ark
ansas on Thursday. The telegram re
ceived by Mr. Adams does not state
the cause of demise. Mr. Taggart was
for a number of years a resident of
BlaVee and was an employee of the
Phelps-Dcdge Mercantile Cqmpany.
While here he acquired a host of
! friends, who will be very sorry to hear
It suffers the same as the most Im-of his death.
f The Land cf Opportunity
The j-and of Homes
Its Resources and Possibilities Graphically Depicted in the
: Midwinter Edition of the Los Angeles Times
The Los Angeles limes Midwinter!
Edition out January 1, 1914 will
furnish an exhaustive authoritative I
and comprehensive History of the!
The resources of tils .secUon agri
culture,1 frnit-riisTng; mining, xcanu
lactnring, and Its pre-eminent adapt-
ability for desirable homes all prc-
telHgent manner, by writeis anu sta
, tiMicans who are experts on the va
rious subjects handled.
t The ' compIeUon of tho Panama
Canal, and how it will bring thej
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With reference to the meeting of tbe
Automobile Club called for Tuesday
evening to discuss the matter of tax
ation of autos in' the state under tbe
present law, J. II Jacks at wiose in
stigation the meeting is held, had
the following to say last night:
"As an automobile owner, 1 feel that
we should pay a fair tax In support of
the upkeep and the betterment of our
roads. But 1 do not believe that tho
automobile owners shou.d pay all of
the tax. The wagon and other horse
drawn vehicles should also participate'
In the special tax. Jn this di3tric
for Instance, there are many wagons
employed which haul from two to Tour
tons over our roads on narrow tires
and do quite a much damage as the
"X bellee that our law should be so
amended that a graduated tax would
apply to vehicles of all sorts. The
man with a buggy sbuuld pay goni'1-
thing, the man with a wagon more, the
man with a light automobile more, the
man with a medium machine more acu
the man with a heavy, high power ma
chine, the most. In such an arrange
ment. It appears to me is the only
chance for Justice.
Users of the roads should pay for
them, and in proportion to the use they
make of them. And I believe that this
could be managed without placing
hardship on anyene, but yet with re
sult of plenty of revenue for the gov
ernment and maintenance of our
"There is another thing that I hope
our Automobile Club will awaken to
and take active hold of. This is the
matter of lights en vehicles. I be
lieve that it should be just as much a
mlsdeameanor for a' vehicle to go on
the road at night without lights at
iront and rear as for an automobile
to turn out without lights. Tho man
driving a horse on the road without
lights is not only taking a long risk
as to his own safety but he is Imperil
ing the safety of machine drivers anj
others. The Auto Club can do a great
deal if the right spirit of enterprise Is
inculcated and get In motion, and I
hope that with 'the work now being
taken up there will come, about the
sort of enthusiasm that will rnako us
effective. The taxable wealth of the
members of the club and the Invest
ment tfcese members carry In automo
biles mounts up In the hundreds of
thousands of dollars and should afford
a result getting leverage for the bene
fit of everybody, for that which car
ries good for one. Indirectly must
carry good for all.''
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beauty of your har, besides it im
iuHl!atcly diBsohes every particle of
dandruff; you cannot haro nlco,
heavy, healthy hair If you have dan
druff. This destructive scurf robs
the hair o flu lustre. Its strength
and its very life, and If not oercome
It produces a feerishness and itch
ing of the scalp, the hair roots furn
ish, loosen and die, then tho hair
falls out fast.
U jour hair has been neglected
and is thin, faded, dry, scraggy or
to oily, get a 25-cent bottle of Knawl
ton's Danderine at any drug store or
toilet counter; apply a little es di
rected and ten minutee after you will
say this w-us the best Investment you
Wo sincerely bcllovo, regardless of
everything else advertised, that if
you desire soft, lustrous, beautiful
hair and lots of It no dandruff no
Itching scalp and no more falling
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At the Copper Queen: EJwln I.
' Cooper, New Yorkjj J. R. Rice and wife
San Francisco; John Q. Winter, Army;
A. W. Howe, Tombstone; Richard C.
' Klugescheld, New York; Thos. C.
' Evans, Phoenix; A. H. Hitchcock, Den-
I ver; Ben G. Calvin, Madison, Wis.; R.
i H. Jones, Cananea; John C. Graham,
'El Centre. Cal.; T. S. O'Crunkel,
State Highway; M. Curley, AJo.
Auto Party From Douglas
An auto party came over from Doug
las on a sightseeing and shopping ex
cursion. The party consisted of CapU
and Mrs. Custck, Miss Stone and Mrs.
J. II. Slaughter. Capt Cuslck has
been ordered to the Philippine Isl
ands for service and will leave In a
few days for Sam Antonio. After a
brief visit he will proceed to the Isl
ands. He will beaccompanied by Mrs.
. .The directors of the Warren District
Auto Club have called a meeting for
next Tuesday night, to be held at the
Commercial club rooms. The meeting
will be for the purpose of taking up
the matter of, tap; .on machines. .A
law simliar to, tbatr of Arizona now
feovernlng the taxing of machines has
been declared unconstitutional in bbth
Missouri and California. ,
FIRST GIE OF CONTEST!
VS. DOUGLAS SATUROAY.
iln Police Courts
There was only one case In police
couit yesterday, that of a Mexican
woman, Slmona Vasquez, who was
charged with disturbing the peace and
using abusive language. She was fined
$10 or 10 days In jail. She decided to
take- the jail sentence, but on Teaching
the bastile balked and sent for her
husband, who raised tho amount of
Next Saturday evening the Blsbee I
Y. M C A. and the Douglas Y. M. d
bee alleys In the first game of the
A, bowling teams will meet on the Bls
season to see whether Douglas retains
the trophy, or if it Is to te in the Bis
bee lobby for the 1915-14 scascn.
The Blsbee boys are practicing ha'df
and are confident of winning ui6 first
game. Practice will be held cvary
night this week and it Is earnestly!
hoped by Captain Childears of the Bis
bee team that every member will be1
on hand, each evening.
Ladles as well as men are cordially
invited to attend the match next Sat
urday evening at 8:30. Admission will
be free and it Is hoped that uite a
few ladles will be out to root for the
Quite a few ladles spent yesterday
afternoon on the- Y. M. C A. alleys.
On accsunt of the match with Douglas
next Saturday It will be impossible to
give the alleys to the ladles, hut os
every Saturday afternoon following,
between S and o all the ladle of Bis
bee are Invited to utilize the alleys
and enjoy one of the favorite winter
The funeral of William Harris, who
died Friday morning at tbe Copper
Queen hospital, will be held from the
Palace chapel this afternoon at 2 o'
clock. The funeral -will be under the
auspices of the Masonic order, of
which tbe deceased was a member.
To Visit Douglas
Charles Allen and wife, of tho Cy
clone store, will spend tday In Doug
las visiting friends, returning home to
FROM PARIS TAILOR
S. JC Williams was In Tombstone
yesterday on legal business. He made
the trip by auto.
world's commerce to our doors; the
Los Angeles" Harbor and Its' future.
great possibilities, the Owen; River
Aqueduct furnishing water sufficient
for a city of four millions of people.
The Panama-Pacific Exposition at
San Francisco ana the Panama-California
Exposition at San Diego'to be
held In 1915 in fact a. complete His
tory of California of today and to
morrow. Midwinter Edition of the Los
Angeles Times mailed to any ad
drees on receipt of 15 cents. Address
The Times, Los Angeles, California.
To Douglas Dance . '
A party of young people attended a t
uaucc s'tcn ill. IUB ClKSfiail ttb UUUfi- ?
las last nignt, - The party consisted or
ttn couples and they made the trip
in an auto truck, returning early this
morning. Everyone reported an ax-
cellent time. 1 ,
Returns Home i
Joe Muhelm, who visited two weeks .
In Lea'dvllle, Colorado, Inspecting mln-'
ing Interests there, returned home yes-'
terfay He states that he was In the , ftm j, a strikr cw
snow bsund district in Colorado and p4quj 0f Parfs. . ft ii of priated
iq very glad indeed to. be back home j velvet draped la iront with belt aad
once mors. cuffs of fox. ,- -i
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AND AVOID THE RUSH
This store will NOT remain open evenings this
week untill Saturday evening, December 20th. Open
evenings Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday, Dec. 22-23-24
The Store of a Thousand Gifts
BISBEE and LOWELL
OTteM M4". tt
New shipments of auto caps,
'breakfast caps, auto yeils, and
a complete line of neckwear,
hair ornaments, etc., in indi
vidual Xmas boxes very-suitable
for Christmas presents. Wo
now have a complete line of
Beldings package goods. Seo
our show window.
McDonald's Beauty Shop
K. L & M. BldE. Main st
JL &&AlirU 9 JL aLJLJLA&A,? S
Headquarters for Holiday Goods
Toys and Presents for Everybody, Both Young and Old, Rich
The most complete line of Santa's Goods that ever wai
displayed in Bisbee. Come quick and get your pick. Avoid
the rush is always the best policy.
Picture machines, or post card pro
jectors. Just received. Reynolds'
Music & Gift Shop. 609
NOTICE TO MASONS
The funeril of our late Bro. Wil
Mali Harris, "deceased, will take place
from the Masonic Temple Sunday,
Dec. 14th, 2 P. M. Members of the
Order will be at Lodge by 1:30 P. M.
J. J. O'LOUGHLIN, W. M.
B. T. WATKINS, Sea
The new fixtures for the candy par
lors to be opened by McWhorter &
Sen, on Main Street, are arriving and
the parlors will probably be opened
for business in a few- days. The cost
of the fixtures will aggregate J3000.
It is the Intention of this firm to
open a wholesale house next spring,
when about $5000 more will be spent
on Improvements and fixtures. The re
tall establishment they are about to
open will &4 one of tbe finest in. the
Southwest and a very distinct gain to
How to Save
Dolls and Teddy Bears.
Toy Blocks and Defected Mars.
Ten Pins and other games.
Dominoes, Checkers, and Card
j Iron Banks, Stores, Rolling and
j Winding Toys.
I Magic Lanterns and Engines.
Mechanical Toys, every kind.
' Xmns tree Decorations of every
Express Wagons, Sulkies, Doll
Buggies and Go-Carts.
I Toy Smoothing Irons and Coffee,
Target Guns, Air Guns and Pistolj.
Boys Tool Sets and Scroll Sets.
Paint Boxes and Paint Books.
ABC Books and Chlldrens Books
of all kinds and prices.
Musical Instruments, such as
yiolins. Guitars, Harmonicas, Hornp,
Trumpets. Pianos, Toy Organs.
Blow toys of many kinds.
Wooly and Hairy Stuffed Ani
mals and toys of every kind.
Toy Trunks, Trains, Steam Boats,
Drums, Doll Beds and Chairs, Sand
Palls and Shovels, Toy Garden Sets,
Noah's Arks, Masks, Doll Head,
Smoker Sets and Smoker Supplies,
Pipes and Cigar Holders.
Candy and Pop Com.
Fancy Gold Decorated Glassware.
Bisbee Souvenir Plates, many de
signs and prices.
Try This Free Prescription
Do your eyes give you trouble!
Do you already wear eyeglasses cr
spectacles? Thousands of people
wear these "windows" who might
easily dispense with them, to-i may
be one of these, and it is your duty
to save your eyes before it is
too late. The eyes are neglected
more than any other organ of the en
tire body. After you finish your days,
work you sit down andj rest your
muscles, but how about your eyes?,!
Do you rest them? Yoa know you
do not. You read cr do something
else that keeps your eyes buey;"you'
work your eyes until you go to- bed.
That is why so many have strained
eyes and finally other eye troubles
that threaten partial or total blind
ness. Eye-glasses aro more crutches:
they never cure. This free prescrip
tion -which has benefited the eyes cf
uo many may work equal wonders for
you. Use it a- short time.. Would you
llko your eye troubles to disappear as
If by magic? Try this prescription:
Go to the nearest -wide-awake drug
store and get a bottle of Optona tab
lets: AH a two-ounce . bottle with
warm water, drop in one tablet and
allow ltv-tn thoroughly -dissolve. With
the liquid bathe the eyes two to four
times dally. Just note how quickly
your eyes clear up and -how soon the
: inflammation, will disappear. Don't
be afraid to ute-it;, it'ls absolutely
i harmless. wMaay -whj) are now blind
I might have, saved their, eye?, had they
I startea to care tor uiem in time. This
'is a simple treatment, bet marvel
lously effective in multitude of cases.
Now that you have been warned don't
delay a day, but "do what you can to
save your tyes and 'you are likely
I to thank us as long as you live for
publishing this prescription. Adv.
Toilet Sets, Shaving Sets, Fancy
Mirrors and Work Boxes. ' '
Box Paper ot the latest Xmas. de
Big assortment of China Ware for
Presents: Cake Plates, Plaques,
Chocolate Sets, Wine and Water Sets,
Tea Sets, Cups and Saucers, 4Tlo
Rack, Match Holders and Scratchers.
Burnt wood bases for Neckties',
Gloves, Hose, Collars, etc.
Trinkets, Pot Cards, etc., at tho
lowest prices. I
Crepe Paper, Tissue and OUed
Paper. Fancy Paper Napkins. i
Xmas Cards and Booklets of I any
kind, latest out. i
Rubber Bolls and Balls, Animals,
Fancy Shell Boxes - and Photo
Frames. . - im- ' I t
Photo Frames of all kinds ' and
Art Leather Goods,' Mottoes, Sofa
Pillows, Pennants, Xmas Suspenders
Taney Work -Baskets and Boxes. ,
Bead Necklaces, Silk nahokcr
chiefs. Fancy Lamps, Statues and
Figures In China, many .designs. . ,(
High Grade Perfumes and Toilet
Articles. . '
Souvenir Spoons and Jewelry, a
EVERYTHING YOU WANT, WHEN YOU WANT IT AT-
Buy them now and have them laid away for you. ' ,
Get what you want and avoid the 'JHAND RUSH! ,
The Brewery Gulch Racket Store
yogi! PIANOS m
Before buying see Reynolds. He will tell you about ths
best makes. The price will be right.
Why not a piano for a Xmas present? It would be
something worth while. Come in today -while it is on,
REYNOLD'S MUSIC & GIFT SHOP
Main St., Opp. Johnson Block
WOODMAN CIRCLE. GROVE NO.
1 are preparing a Xmas tree for. the
"kiddles" on the night of Dec 3bth.
There will be a musical program,
after which refreshments will bo
served. The ladies in charge are
making 5 preparations for a large
crowd. So come out and bring the
little ones, as there will be some
thing on tho tree for each one. A
real live Santa Claus will bo there
to greet you. -
All members and their families are
invited, t 602
HEIR WANTED ,
?itr. Kurt Hammann, from Berlin.
Germany, 33 years of age, -who lived
1!0S in Canansa and later In Blsbee
end Albuquerque, has fallen heir to
an estate in Germany. Any informa
tion concerning his present where
abouts will bo appreciated. German
Consulate, Denver, Colo.
TOO LATE, TO CLASSIFY
NOTICE OF MEETING
On the request of three members,
viz.: J. H. Jack, Charles Holtx, and
Jacob Schmidt, and pursuant to the
by-laws,, a special meeting of the
members and directors of the War-
.ren District Auto Club is called fort
Tuesday. December 16. at. 7:30 -r. M,1
at tho onco of tho Club in tha Cop-
per Queen Hotel, to consider thej
present tax 'on automobiles In this J
J. J. BOWEN, President. I
THAT COUGH may grow into pneu
monia, which Is dangerous in this
climate. "If you have one, you
FhouIdtake something that will re
lieve you that will allay the irri
taUon and loosen the cough. We
have the remedy. Have 'you tried
It? If not, go to Central Pharmacy
and ask for a bottle of Plumo-Lax.
VITO-TjAX Latest rheumatic remedy.
It cures by acting on the vital or
gins of the body, by relieving tlie
torpid condition of. kidneys, liver,
stomach and, bowels. It removes
tho cause which produces rheuma
tism. Sold by Central Pharmacy.
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