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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 12, 1917.
Review Want Ads
Advertisements under this head
issue, with a minimum charge of 25
Review office not later than 8 p. m.
MINER and son, 10 years, wish board
and room in small private family,
Write P. O. Box 1314, Bisbee. 617
WANTED To take lessons in Span
ish after 5 p. m.; preferably fiOm a
lady well versed In English; gentle
man would be considered. Address
Box 102, City. 493
WANTED Room in private family;
close in. Address P. O. Box 389, Bis
bee, stating terms. 49
SALESMAN Experience unnecessary-
new specialty proposition; moder
ate priced goods for general trade;
exclusive features; splendid commis
sion contract for Arizona; vacancy
August 15; $35 weekly for expenses,
Continental Jewelry Co., 751 Contin
ental Bldg., Cleveland, O.
WANTED Experienced shoemaker;
will pay good salary to the right
man. Apply GVwdyear Shoe Shop,
Allen Block. 511
YOUNG WOMAN wants work by the
day from 8 a. m. until 5 p. m. Mrs.
R. Hoppe. Bisbee. 454
WANTED To buy a 3 or 4-room mod
em house with garage; cash. Box
WANTED A good stock salesman
for first class well advertized propo
sition; liberal commission and sal
ary. Address P. O. Box 1856. 463
WANTED To buy or to rent 4-room
house; will take possession any
time between now and 1st October.
Box 1753, Bisbee. 455
WANTED To rent a furnished house
5 rooms or more. Phone 696. 449
WANTED First class laundress Mon
day and Tuesday preferred; private
family. Phcne 77.
WANTED Good, clean cotton rags at
the Review Job Department
WANTED Experienced grocery man
for retail department; state age,
whether married or single and
amount of experience; give references;
permanent position for the right
man. Address P. O. Box 368, Tuc
son, Ariz. 374
WANTED House for 2 small fami
lies about 3 rfibms each, furnished
or unfurnished; will take double
house or one that can be arranged
for two sets of apartments. Inquire
at Review Office. 333
WANTED To sell or exchange Los
Angeles property for cattle in Ari
zona. C M. Goins, Stark, Ariz. 338
WANTED Bell boy at Copper Queen
HELP WANTED Applications foi
"Review routes asked for from
WIDE AWAKE boys between 13 ana
16 years old. 126
WANTED Telegraphers, stenograph
ers, bookkeepers; students earn
board, room tuition. Mackay Busi
ness College, Los Angeles. 789
THE Government needs Farmers as
well as Fighters. Two million three
, hundred thousand acres of Oregon &
California Railroad Co. Grant Lands.
Title revesting iu United States. To
be .opened for homesteads and sale.
Containing some of best land left in
United States. Large Copyrighted
Map, showing land'' by sections and
description of soil, climate, rainfall,
elevations, temperature, etc., post
paid One Dollar. Grant Lands Lo
cating Co, Portland, Oregon. 507
M. C. HIGH
. ALLEN BLOCK
Real Estate and Insurance
Now is the time to buy
See me for Bargains. '
Agent for reliable Insur
List your property with me.
PETEY DINK Petey Himself
I "BIT Me ."-
at the rate of 1 cent per word for each
cents. Advertisements must reach Th
for insertion in the next morning paper
SIDE LINE MEN Do you want a real
one that one order a day will pay
you $9? No samples to carry; some
thing new. Write today. Canfield
Mfg. Co, 208 Sigel St, Chicago. 111.
CIVIL SERVICE examinations Bisbee
soon; men and women desiring gov
ernment clerkships, departmental,
postoffice, railway mail, customs,
stenographer, write for free partic
ulars to J. C. Leonard (former gov
ernment examiner), 51 Ken'ois Bldg.,
WANTED Girl to work half day;
small family. Phone Red 758. 502
WANTED Girl for general h'ouse-
work. Apply J. McGregor, Tonib-i
stone Canyon, end car line. 504 1
WANTED Competent girl for general
housework. Phone 556. 507
WANTED School girl to help ai'jund
house with privilege of taking music
lessons. 37 Nevada Ave, Johnson
FOR SALE 1 model 75B Overland,
block motor, good top and seat cov
er; tan color; genuine bargain, $375
cash. The Long Trail Garage. 482
FOR SALE 1 1912 Ford, guaranteed
Al mechanically; motor rebuilt in
this shop; will make the Divide on
high; $225 cash. The Long Trail
FOR SALE One 1916 Ford good con
dition Ford nearly new tires a good j
buy $285 cash. The Long Trail aGr-!
age. 480 !
FOR SALE Milch cow. Dan Debo. j
Past graveyard on road to Douglas.
FOR SALE 3-room house on Brophy
Ave. J. J. Quill. Phone 616. 452
FOR SALE House, 3 rooms and sum
mer kitchen; furnished completely. I
51B O. K. St, above Union House. !
FOR SALE Ranch over the Divide.;
Information Palace Grocery. 440 j
FOR SALE Cheap; 2 pair pillows, 1 '
bed spring, 1 desert cooler, carper
sweeper, 8.10x10.6 Brussels rug, baby ;
high ciiair, some cooking utensils, j
dishes, etc. Mrs. Roberts, Brophy!
Square, Warren, Ariz. 436 j
FOR SALE 2-room house completely ;
furnished; price $500 cash, balance j
like rent; Laundry Hill. Arply to
M. C. High. 421
FOR SALE 3-room house; screen; in1
g'ood condition; price $1000, $600 '
cash, balance like rent; Bakerville.
Apply to M. C. High. 421 i
FOR SALE All my houses on Opera
Drive. A getod chance to get a home.
John Wohlechegel. 334
FOR SALE Furniture of 11 rooms.
E. D. G, Review. 326
FOR SALE reaches for table use or
preserving. Joe Colford, 73 Woou ,
Canyon. Phone 589.
FOR SALE At a bargain; 9-room '
house with extra lot at Warren. Ad :
dress Bozx 793, Warren, Ariz. IGo
FOR SALE Good second hand 5-pas-
senger Velie; first class condition.
Slag Dump Garage. 279
FOR SALE 5-passenger Oakland; a
bargain. Slag Dump Garage. 27S
FOR SALE Few more desirable lots
easy payments; also houses to rent
Mrs. Winwood, Winwood Additfjn
FOR SALE 4 rooms, furnished, new !
house. Next to 32 Laundry Hill. !
FOR SALE 6-ro'jm house. 3 rooms
unfurnished; also 2 lots with fruit
trees, 4 dozen chickens; will sell
cheap; going away. 22 Bakerville,
back of hotel. 441
FOR SALE 1917 model 5-paHsen;.'et
Overland; a genuine bargain. Call
at Slag Dump Garage. 25
Is a Bear When It Comes to Investigating
CtE SCrr Vur, N.-.. X l! ' ' . J' 7 'V-?&,? A
FOR SALE 2 houses, close school,
Bisbee, on road, $1000 less than
value, $250 cash, $40 month; going
away. "A," Review. 500
FOR SALE 4-room new house and
furniture; price $1100; Bakerville.
Apply to M. C. High.
'URN 'TURK FOR SALE The John
son Addition Furniture Co. wants
to pay you the highest cash prices
for your second t nd furniture. Al
so wants to trade or exchange you
new furniture for your old. We will
sell you furniture cheaper thau
anybody on easy payments. Call
in at the big brick building at tie
Johnson Addition and let us show
forx our large and selected stock of
nouse furnistiiiigs, or phouo us at
our store. Phone 335, Johnson Ad
dition Furnished Room
FOR RENT 2 furnished housekeep
ing rooms in Warren. Inquire
Phelps Dodge Store, W arren. 518
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, 30
Johuson Ave, Johnson Addition.
FOR RENT 1 batching room, 1 sleep
ing room with 2 beds for men. Gas-
son House, 35 School Hill. 513
FOR RENT Clean, well furnished
rooms for housekeeping; gas, water
and electric lights. Apply J. C. Mc
Coniff, Jones Hill. 502
FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping
rooms, 1 or 2 families or 3 or 4 men
for batching. 117 School Hill, red
cottage block north high school. 501
FOR" RENT Batching rooms, furnish
ed. 14 Tate Hill, Johns'on Addition.
FOR RENT 2 rooms for light house
keeping. 102 Higgins Hill. 462
FOR ' RENT Nice, clean, airy room
suitable for 2 gentlemen. Mrs. Cain,
69 Clauson Hill Close to Jiigh school.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
housekeeping. Emma Muir, Licklin
Ave. Ph'one 728. 372
FOR RENT 2-room furnished apart
ment No. 8 Johuson Ave, John
ston Addition. 3 S3
FOR RENT 3 furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. W. E. Baugh,
Moon Ave. 321
M00S2 HOTEL Furnished rooms
$2.00 per week and up. 405
FOR RENT Rooms for light house
keeping. Ellibtt Flats, Clausen Hill.
ROOMS to rent. Grand View Hotel.
Nearly opposite high school. 412 '
FOR RENT Furnished room for 2
gentlemen. 155 Opera Drive. 437
70 R RENT 3 rooms; all heavy rur
nished for housekeeping in a new
ly built, clean house. Johnson Ad
dition. Montana St. No. 35. 331
GEORGE HOTEL, Brewery Gulch
Newly renovated and furnished;
good clean beds; cool rooms; rates
reasonable by day or month; work
ing men preferred. 415
FOR RENT Housekeeping;, batchine
and sleepinz rooms. 49 O. K. St.
FOR RENT American's; clean, cooi
rooms. Colorado House, Jiggerville.
Good table board. 351
'OR RENT Rooms furnished for
housekeeping; modern; close in.
Block north of high school. ISC
Temby Ave. 257
FOR RENT Nice furnished room
cheap. Willianwi car stop, end of
car line. Tombstone Canyon. 100
GOLDEN HOTEL Outside windows
and running water in all rooms.
Rates reasonable, by the day, week
r mouth. 5SS
UIKBEE MATTRESS and Upholster
ing Works. Phone 7'J4. Don't buy
until you s-e our stock of new mat
tresses. We can re-build your oid
mattress. All kinds of upholstering
done. Old furniture repaired. A:
work guaranteed. 331
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Going to Lcs Angeles?
Why Not Have Your Teoth Fixed
Right, at Right Prices, ty
DR. W. F. PEEBLES
The Reliable Dentist
ABSOLUTELY NO PAIN
302-4 Severance Puilding. Sixth ana
Entrance 105 West Sixth St.
FOR RENT 3-room house. $15; Win
wood. See A. liuinriek, Wiuwood.
FOR RENT 1-room house. 27 John
son Ave, Johnson AdditAm. 514
FOR RENT 3-room apartment, fur
nished modern; no children. Phone
FOR RENT 2, 3 or 4-room furnished
house; gas and coal range. 37 Ne
vada Ave, Johnson Addition. 520
FOR RENT 2-room house, screened
porch, partly furnished. Mrs. C. T.
Winwood. Win wood Addition. 453
FOR RENT 3-room house; no chil
dren. Inquire 89 School Hill, in
front of Methodist church. 460
FOR RENT Cabin for batching; 2
room house. 176 Naco Road, Hol
brook stp. 458
FOR RENT In Warren; 2 or 3 un
furnished rooms, sleeping porch
and gas. R. II. Wyper, Hazzard St.
FOR RENT Furnished 5-room house.
Warren, with 2 screened sleeping
porches, garage, nice let with plen
ty of shade. Phone Green 565. 475
I FOR RENT Furnished apartment 2
rooms and kitchenette. Mrs. White.
FOR RENT Unfurnished ro'jn.s for
housekeeping. 20U'Tonibstone Can
yon, at Metz car stop. No children.
FOR RENT A garase at Hinkle Flat.
Inquire of Mrs. Merrill, Warner Din
ing Room, Warner Hotel. 361
FOR RENT Boston apartment,
month; no children. Apply Collins
&. Bretherton. Phone 25. 277
FOR RENT Garage, Bakerville.
: LOST Friday in Warren, child's w:.;tt
! hat. J. M. CowpertLwaite, Box 9sl.
j LEARN actual auto repairing, book
keeping, shorthand, radio, engineer
ing. Y. M. C. A, Los Angeles. Cat
THE Blackburn System is the quickest
and most thorough taugut any vhere.
Including Dress-cutting, Designing.
Paitern-making and Dressmaking.
The full course will ruake you pro
ficient and equip you to teach these
branches. Room 4, Maze Bldg, Wis.-;
50,000 Jo loan on improved city prop
erty or for building, on eas- terms
of payment. T. A. Hughes, over
Bask o. Bisbee. 697
COX CO. loans $5 to $50 without se
curity to men or women in perma
nent positions. No honest wage
earner refused, easiest weekly or
monthly payments, cheapest rates,
also loans on furniture, pianos, etc.
Confidential, quick service. See us
If you need money. New Lyric
Theatre Bldg, Room 2, Phone 794.
PAT CLEARY, painter. Member
Builders' Exchange. Box 1135. 317
LEGAL NOTICES -
"wi ivt vr nennmu r l i i i tun
In tho Superior Court of Cochise Coun-
iy, ouxik oi Arizona.
In the Matter of the Estate of Archie''
Do::oys, Deceased. ',
T. Williams has filed in this Court a
i.eria.u uocumeni purjioriuif: 10 oe me
last Will and Testament of Archie
Dozoys who, said petitioner alleges, is
deceased, and that letters testamen
tary issue thereon to said petitioner,
and that same wiii be heard on Sat
urday, the ISth day of August, A. D.
1917, at 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon
of said day, at the court room of said
Court, in the Court House, in the Cit
of Tombstone, County of Cochise.
State of Arizona, and all persons in
; terested In said estate are notified
i then and there to appear and show
cause, if any they have, why the pray
j era of said petitioner should not be
J. E. JAMES,
By C. L. ALLEN,
Dated August 1st, 1917.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. S. Land
Office at Phoenix, Ariz, July 7, lsl.
Notice is hereby given that Stepheb
Gibson of Hereford, Arizona, who
t Hi October 22, 1912, made Homesteaii
Itntry No. 019628, for SVaXWU. Sec
Z; Lots Z and 3, Section 3, Township
23 S, Range 22 E, G. & S. R. B. (
Meridian, has filed n'otice of intention
t make three-year proof, to establisi
claim to the land above described, be
fere Jared D. Taylor, U. S. Commis
sioner, Bisbee, Arizona, on the 14tl.
lay of August, 1917.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Robert Coughran, John C. Calhoun
.Pocl H. Allen, Fredric D. Murrell, al
of Hereford, Arizona.
J. L. IRVIN,
First Publication July 14, 1917.
Last Publication August 14, 1917.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. S. Lam:
Office at Phoenix, Ariz, July 7. 1917
Notice is heyreby given that Ray
inond S. Jackson of Hereford, Arizona
who, on July 22, 1912, made Homesteaii
Entry Xt. 01S722. for SEU. Section 11
Township 23 S, Range 1 E, G. & S
It. B. & Meridian, has filed notice o
intention to make five-year proof, t
establish claim to the land above de
scribed, before W. A. Fowler, U. S
Commissionci, at Tombstone, Arizona
'm the 14th day of August, 1917.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Floy W. Sperow of Hereford, Aril
Harry S. Ross of Tombstone, Ari7
E. A. Lichty of Garces, Ariz.
C. V. Boardman of Career, Ariz.
J. L. IRVIN,
First Publication July 14, 1917.
Last Publication August 14, 1917.
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF
The undersigned hereby gives no
tice that he is the assignee, for th'
benefit of creditors, of all the propert;
of Bisbee Printing company, a corpor
atlen, ard has duly qualified by gi
ing the bond required by law, and re
corded the deed of assignment.
All persons having claims are re
luested tj file them with the attorney,
of the assignee, Williams & Flnnni;ran
in t':ie Alien Block, Bisbee, Arizona, o
to direct them to Box 859, Bisbee
Arizona, the postoffice address of thi.
All persons owing moneys to sai
Bisbee Printing company, a corpora
tion, are requested to pay the amount,
thereof directly to this assignee or ti
leave tho same at the oificc of Wi;
liams & Flannigan aforesaid.
Bisbee, Arizona. July IS, 1917.
Assignee for Benefit of Cieuitor.-
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WH
ORDER OF SALE OF REAL ES
TATE SHOULD NOT BE MADE
In tiie Superior Court of the State o.
Arizona, in and for the County o
Iu the Matter of the Estate of Mar;
It appearing to the Court by the pe
tition of The Bank of Bibbee, a cor
poration, administrator of the es
tate of Mary Tack, deceased, this
day presented and filed ty san
administrator, that it is for the ad
vantage, benefit and best interest o
said estate and tlio.e interested lucre
in that the following CcscriLed ;-eal es
late be sold:
Lets Nos. 60, 7o and 71 ir. Block 4
City of Bisbee, County of to; hise
BIS3EE LODGE, NO. 718.
leets every Friday night. Moose HalL
.'Isiting brothers cordially Invited.
V. R. TONKIN. Dictator.
KAY ROSS, Secretary.
IUNIOR ORDER UNITED AMERI
Meets In Medigovich
Hall, second and fourth
Tuesdays each month
Visiting brothers we!
D. LANE, Councillor,
f. L.' BENTON. Recording Secretary
-OYAL . ORANGE INSTITUTION
UNITED STATES OR AMERICA.
L. O. U NO. 21a
Meets in L a
O. F. Hall sec
ond and fourth
at 7:30 p. m.
ers . cordially
Invited to at-
SLEEMAN, W. M.
ROBERT FERGUS, Secretarv
P. O. Box 426, Bisbee.
FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES.
ElEbee Aerie. No. 175. F. O. E, meet
irsi and third MONDAYS, 8. p. m,
.'agles Hall. Visitors cordially wel
tICHARD DAVIS, President.
C. L. ED.MONSpN, Aerie Physician.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Rathbone Lodge No. 10,
Knights of Pythias
meets each Thursday
(except second) in Odd
Fellows' Hall at 7:30
p. m. Visiting brothers
EARL oOELEY, C. C.
J. C. KRIG3AUM, K. of R. S.
State bf Arizona, together with the
Til nrnvomante tYt ornAn
It is therefore ordered by this Court
hat all persons interested in the es-
ate of said deceased appear before
his Court on Saturday, August 18,
.917, at the liour of ten o'cleick A. M.
f said day, at the Court Rctom of this '
Jourt, at the Court House, in the City j
)f Tombstone, County of Cochioe,
State of Arizona, and show cause, if '
iny, why an order should tXt be grant- i
:d to said administrator to sell the
And it is f jrther ordered that a co;.v '
t this oruer to show cause be ?ub-.
ished in the Bisbee Daily Review, a
ewspaper printed in the City cX Bid-;
ee. County of Cochise, State of Ari
.tna, for at least four successive
veeks before the time appointed here
n for the hearing of said petition to
;ell the above described real estate.
Done in open Court, this 14th da
-f July, 1917.
ALFRED C. LECKWOOD.
.'ub. Daily Inclusive August 11. 718
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
department of the Interor, U. S. Land
OU'ice at Phoenix, Arizona, June 30,
NOTICE is hereby given that Caleb ,
V. Newman, of Hereford, Arizona, who, ;
n February 11, ltfll. made Homestead '
Jntry No. 013306 for SE. 1-4; and on j
Sept. 2, 1915, maJe Adul. Entry No. j
(28208 for SE. 1-4. SW. 1-4, No !
!r , Section 35, Township 22 ',
5., Range 20 E, G. & S. R. B. & Mer-
dian, has filed notice, of intention to
uake Five Year Proof, to establisa
:laim to the land above described, be
ore Jared D. Taylor. U. S. Commis
ioner, at Bisbte, Ar'zona, on the 7th
lay of August, 1917
Claimant names as witnesses: Roy
v. Newman, James W. llaveny, joei
'. Steele, John F. Ashwortu, all t;
J. L. IRVIN,
First publication, July 7. 1917.
WEEK ENDING AUG. 18, 1917
Monday Second degree.
N. C. BLEDSOE, W. M.
B. T. WATKINS, Secy. F. A. M.
A. M. COLWELL, E. H. P.
C. F. PHILBROOK, T.LH.
J. E. FRY. E. C.
F S. DAVENPORT. Secretary Chapter
W. R. BANKS. Secretary CooncfL
T. F. B.
Bisbee Lodge No.
452 meets the 1st
and 3rd Mondays
of each month at
7:30 at Odd Fel
lows' HalL Vlit-
int memUsrs cordially Invited.
PHIL. DAVIS, President
MRS. C.E. FINOTTI, Treasurer.
Box 722, Tel. 236, Red.
KATHER1NE SALHOLM. Secretary.
LODGE NO. 671.
Regular meeting first and third Fri
day of each month. Visiting brothers
cordially invited to attend.
R E. WARNER, Exalted Ruler.
J. A. KELLY. Secretary.
Lily Temple. No. 3.mU every 2nd
ana 4th Thursday evening of each
month at Odd Fellows' HalL Visiting
sisters are cordially Invited.
ANNA HART. M. E. C.
JEANET SWEENEY. M. of R G
Meets in Medigovich Hall 2nd and
(th Fridays of each month.
HATT1E A. LUKE, Guardian.
PAULINE F. BROWN. Clerk.
P. O. Box 21.
KNIGHTS AND LADIES OR SECUR
ITY, BISBEE COUNCIL NO. 2115
Meets every Thursday at Brophy
j hall. 8 p. m. Visiting members are
n", t .iT Al.
Box 34S3. Lowell. Arix.
FREDERICK J. ATTAWAY.
Financial Secretary. P. O. Box 3246.
B1S3EE LODGE, No. 10, I. O. O. F.
evening at Odd
Jlr- tf t.
Main 8treot at 7
00 p. m. Visiting
invited to attend.
; Hall phone 11V.
MUNSEY. X. G.
IMPROVED ORDER RED MEN.
Meets first and third
Thursdays at 7:30 p. m.
In Medigovich HaU. All
visiting Red Men invited
W. D. COHEN. Medicine Man.
F. C FENDERSON, C of R.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Bisbee Camp No. 13415.
Meets first Tuesday at
Odd Fellows HalL
R. L. MOTZ. Con.-il.
H. F. MATUEWSON.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR.
meets in Masonic Hall
Pearl Chapter, No. $, meets
!f rLl n Masonic Hall second and
Sw fourth Tuesday of eacA
month at 7:30 p. m.
MRS. ANNA C. RICHARDS. W. M.
Phone 230. P. O. Box 841. Bisbee.
MRS JESSE BEVAN. Sec y. P. O. Box
2299, Chairman Relief Com. Phone 16L
WOODMEN Or THE WORLD.
Lowell Camp No. 43 will
meet every Wednesday
at 7:30, Brophy HalL
J. L. WINTEHS, C. C.
O. B. THOMAS. Clerk.
By C A. VOIGKT