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Work on junction drift to denn
ground progresses rapidly and
favorable ores are encountered
Cards of every fraternal order in the Warren District; giving the es
sential facts of each, their meeting nights, their officers and the place of
gathering will be found under their respective headings in these columns.
DAILY REVIEW WANT ADS
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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, SUNDAY, JANUARY 19, 1919.
Male Help Wanted
WANTED Live solicitor. Old Castle
n.v-t atn,tin TnmiKiniio ranvfin. HfiG I
Fjemale HelpYV anted
WANTED Chambermaid. Apply Cop
per Queen hotel. 937
WANTED Position s chauffeur by
an all-around auto mechanic. First
class references. Address Box 662,
AMERICAN GIRL Will care for chil-,
dren eveaings. Box 10J2, Bisbee.
ro Position as maid, also j
j bundle work home. All work,
.meed. Phone 492. Daisy Gar-1
" a colored 870 '
FOR SALE Will sell my household
goods, five rooms complete, fumed
oak and of A-l quality, if taken as
they stand. Buyer has privilege cf
renting house, one of best in city
and very desirable location, garage
wiih house. Address, G. E. X., care
FOR SALE 12 room apartment house
completely furnished. Price reason
abler 163 Opera Drive. Phone Blue
711. - 9i2
FOR SALE- Five room house com
pletelv furnished with bath, nice
lawn with shade trees. J265U will
buy this heme. Sixth house from
car stop. Van Dyke stiet, Warren.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Five passen
ger Studebaker carj good condition.
A bargain. J:J00. Will consider a dia
mond. Henry Nimitz, at Phelps
Dodge company. 9i.'5
FOR SALE My ranch and stock
farming tools. My stock consists of
dairy cows, two mules, one horse,
one of the finest cattle ranches in
the county, open range and relin
quishment of 640 acies of land, some
of it under cultivation. Buy stock
and improvements will relinquish
land. Reason for selling fortunes of 1
liar Will s,l ihean if lati n ;it
once. L. A. Engle, Box 1752. 941 i
FOR SALE Five passenger Buick,
little six. See Shidelcr on the jitney
FOR SALE 1918 model
land, cheap. See Gates, roo'ia 48,
Lowell hotel. 909
FOR SALE Four rooms of good furn
iture, almost new, for half price.
Leaving town. Call at South Bisbee
tore. - 912
FOR SALE Overland -six," seven
passenger, run 4(jiu miles,, r.ew bat-
teries and magneto. Will trade for f
roadster. H. F. M., care Review. ;
-French range. Apply!
FOR SALE Prospect 21 per cent cop--
per for ?liK0.
Call at Sunset hoube, t
FOR SALE Six room house, turn- j
ished or unfurnished. Large garage.
FOR SALE Furniture for five room i
house. 62 A Brewery Gulch. 884 i
FOR SALE OR RENT lli'J acres of
land on Naco road, near Don Luis, j
Five room house, all necessary out-,
bu.ldings In good repair; also furni- j
ture for sale. Extra good quality,
same as new. Will sacrifice for im-'
mediate sale. J. H. Kins, 1. O. Box ,
SSS. Phone 802-F-ll. h-il) '
FOR SALE 160 acres
ground, lots of water.
house and fence. Sulphur Spring
valley. Apply P. O. Box lfi'.5. 838
FOR SALE Furniture for 24 rooms,
five two-room apartments, 14 sleep
ing rooms, in StarViilian;s rooming
house, opposite city park on Brew
try avenue. Mrs. George X. Wolfe.
FOR SALE Two lots on Oregon
street, one on Chicago avenue, Lo
well, Johnson addition, each 20x60
feet. Address M. J. Greenan, Oak
land, Calif, General delivery. 875
FOR SALE Uncalled ior suits.
Levin, Lowell, Ariz.
FOR SALE Chevrolet five passenger,
i:17 :.ioucl. Terms.' F. J. Keogh
Auto L'pholstery & Paint fahop, Lo
FOR SALE - Furniture, house lor rent,
c lose in. No. 7 Quality hill, above
new Baptist t liurch. 67
FOR SALE A latest model Hcno
tie. has never been Used. Address
F. 1 11.. Drawer G. Bi.-bee. 4"
FOR SAL--: Siv room furnished
hiu,e. C!.i k Not. htieet. Warren,
cl-'it") v. ill haniVo thi--. 27
FOR SALE- -Jeev cow . Apply Mag
pie Daniels. Ccehine. 2'!
FOR SALE -High' rooms good luini-
ture. C.. m rent jp;o!oitim. Found ;
iiuu.-e iii itl, old m hooi. Warren. 22 i
J-Oit SALE Sanitary couch ami mat-1
tress, three biinii r wicklet-s oil 1
Move with oven. Pearl oil and t 'ink. j
one rocking c h.iir, canv.is ear i over, i
Cull 11 lo 4. llii Jigerville. clow n-
Foil SAI.K - Rabbits. to docs,
bli' k and emlit young oni s.
Tombstone can.wm. Eduerd
REVIEW WANT ADS FOR RESULTS
FOR RENT Two room furnished
cabin. V. R. Johnson, Warren. 2S
FOR KENT Two rooms, housekeep
ing or balchiug. 176 Naco road, Hol
brook stop. 21
FOR RENT Three room apartment,
well l imiished. clean and cozy. Moon
stop, Star avenue, brown- bungalow
I on hill opposite water tank, 'lomb
I stone can) on. Mrs. Bell. 19
'FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms.
221 rtrophy avenue. 42
FOR RENT Two housekeeping
rooms partly furnished, gas. Hot-
brook stop. 1S7 Naco roau. 38
FOR RENT Two light housekeeping
rooms, ciose In. 114 Opera Drive. 3i
FOR RENT Two rooms furnished
lor housekeeping. No children. 2S
Montana street, Johnson addition. 63
FOR RENT House, furniture for
sale. Would like to sell to tenant.
Apply Mrs. Ouam, 107 Higgins hill.
POR HtvNTT Diip 1-n-f.o hmuap Irppninc
room, everything furnished. Back
of Brewerv Gulch lumber vard.
FOR RENT Furnished, three large
rooms, with sleeping porch and gar-:
age. Adults only. First house on
ris;ht at end of car line. Tombstone
canyon. Owner in rear cottage. 69
'ieabunl room, close in. !
$10. private entrance. 46 Quality
hill, opposite Castle Rock. 70 ;
FOR RENT Three room furnished
house. Winwood addition. 999 ;
FOR RENT To furnished rooms.,
No. 27 Johnson addition.
FOR RENT Two housekeeping
Xo children. 49
FOR RENT Two rooms furnished for
light housekeeping. 80 Moon ave-1
nue. Phone 646. 997 I
FOREXT-Two nicely furnished j
hniiw.i-M-i.imr rn. 12 nn-iii..
mil BP'T Tun riinmti
for house-! ;
keeping, lights and water furnished.
Xo. 1 Higgins hill.
FOR RENT Two furnished house-
Mrs. Maffio, 89 1
R KT Tun ;imiHftp.ninr '
rooms. Apply next to Hayes house.
FOR RENT Furnished room for one
or two gentlemen. 157 Opera Drive.
KOR RENT Four rooms and bath,
concrete house. No children. L. R.
Allen, Locklin avenue. 860
ro.i ujl.ni Housekeeping rooms.
Branson block. Johnson addition! -
No children. 786 :
FOR RENT Large office room, good ,
location. Apply to M. C. High, realiary 24. 1S4S, found it five days prior
estate. Office, Allen block.
TIT MPMORT1I Ul
f " ".a"lcu
on,,,. mi-modi w uaol- n
LI STRATED; WORLD WAR HIS
rmsv vavy romRPii PIl -
TURES These books siH to every j "very was made at Colma, Sutter's
home. Our agents doing biggest 1 '
business. Get with livest house.! Tlle Brnor forwarded the report
Best terms. Outfit free. R. L. Phil-t0 tlie custodian of Sutter rort here
lips Publishing company. Chicago. 30 lhat tlle inscription there might be
III.; Denver. Colo.; Butte, Mont. Ichangtu
Address nearest office. 34
AGENTS. EITHER SEX Take orders
for -America s War for Humanity j
and Complete History of orld !
War.-' ?2 book. 0 per cent comuiis-;against
Mon. Outfits and books ready
Presses running day and night. Av
erage commissions per agent $21 a
day. Send 10 cents for mailing free
outfit. Memorial Life of Roosevelt.
same prices, same terms. F. B. Dick-j
erson company, Detroit, Mich. V.6
" " "
LIFE OF ROOSEVELT, INTRO-
Dl'CED BY TAFT; WAR BOOKS
INTORI)L('EI) BY GENERAL
.MARCH; PATRIOTIC INSERT
FOR SOLDIERS PHOTOGRAPH
W'oilds record on books. Condit
made $50 in one hour, Geitgey hold
45 iu three hours. Books now ready.
Price $2.25 to $3.75. Best terms,
credit, freight paid. Outfit free. H.
L. Baldwin coinpiny. Cleveland.
Ohio, Rocki feller building. 35
TAILORING AGENTS Mens made
to order suits. Snappiest, best ina-
line s-nt free.
lower than others,
big money. Spring
Leeds Woolen Mills, Bids will be received by the lorn
li'inon Council of the City of Bisbee,
Arizona, at a meeting to be held at
LIFE OF THEODORE ROOSEYELT
(introduced by ex President Taf O ;
HISTORY OF WORLD WAR BY
MARCH -$5 per hour selling these
two biioks. Biggest terms. Both out-1
iits in-e, stale choice, llisioiieal
Boek comp-iny, Chicago. 15
THE Al.-THKNTIC LIKE OF TI!KO -
I 'Ollh ROOSE ELT By V. illiam !
Drjpcr licnis, Ph. I)., Colonel Roosc-
k fit's intimate political associate
and friend, with introduction by ex
I'rciident Tail. Fully illustrated
low price -enormous demand - un-
prci edi ntcd opportunity. liberal
Money to Loan
m i SMALL yFICK LOANS- On your per
1;. J sor.al lu.li; to salaried men and wo
,;. 1 uie! , also on furniture. Cox Loan
company. Room 7, Sparks Kline
WANTED To buy, second hand
clothes. Phone 47. 17
WANTED Ford car. We have a pur
chaser . See Russell Jones, Ford
agency, Johnson addition. 62
WANTED House or apartment, three
or four rooms, furnished, gas, bath
and electric lights, prefer central lo
cation. Address B. X., Review. 39
WANTED Room by two gentlemen,
close in. Private family preferred.
References exchanged. X, care Re
WANTED Clean cotton rags. Review
Job department. dh-tf
WANTED Furnished house or apart
ments, about January 21. No chil
dren. Address Box L. S., Review. 964
LOST Watch in box. Finder return
to Box 1014, Bisbee. Liberal re
T? LEASE Nine room house, good
location, on car line, Bisbee. Wal
lace Agency. 992
WILL TRADE $50 new
watch and $9 chain for $50 Liberty
bond or 12 war savings stamps; also
trade new 38 Colts automatic pistol
and 34 cartridges for five war sav
ings stamps. Write Box 2286, Bis
SEND NAME AND ADDRESS For
free copy of Holbrook, Arizona, Tri-
bune; read about the coming -oil
hnnm .,, nnnr,,lnifiBH x.
dress, Thomas, Globe, Ariz.
PHILLIP DOFFMAX, THE TAILOR
Ladies' and gents' suits to order,
made in my own shop. Have a nice
collection in goods and trimmings.
Xo. 8 Allen block. Phillip Doffman.
GSSAR?0 CORSETS FOR SALE
Frolu ?2 "P- A corsets carefully
fitted. Ines Warburton, next Arl-
zona Grocery store, upper Main. 433
'RITE, TO, "' M- c- A- School, Los
Angeles," about Auto, Radio, Com
mercial and Engineering courses.
Train for service. 268
SCECOXD HAND CLOTHES Bought.
Phone 739, City Dye Works. 604
BUNDLES OF OLD PAPERS-At the
Review office. Large bundles, price
CELEBRATE GOLD DISCOVERY
SACRAMENTO. Cal.. Jan. IS. Jan
uary 19, 1S4S, was the exact date of
the discovery of gold in California,
and not January 21, said a report just
submitted to Governor William D.
Stephens by a special investigating :
committee appointed Dy mm. ,
James Marshal who has been cred-i
ited with the discovery of gold Janu-i
to that date, according to the report
signed by Phil Beheart, representing
the Piourers of Califcrnia: Fred H.
.Tune, renresentine the Native Sons of
'the Golden West, and Miss Grace S.
- 1 Stoermer. representing the Native
..Daughters of the Golden West. The
KU iAS0. Tex., Jan. IS. Police and
.rtertive havo started a crusade here
8vvindlers who impose on the
Mexican laborers returning home after
working on railroads and in mines in
the I'nited States. The worst offend-
the nolic said, are the nawn-
; broker. w'io operate in the Mexican
j They swindle the ignorant Mexican
i laborers of most of the money earned
(during a summer cf hard work in the
j Vnited Slates. This is done by means
of fictitious pawn tickets, alleged
bargains in unclaimed Dawns and the
ale of cheap, brass watches for gold
The Mexican consulate here has
complained repeatedly because these
systematic swindling schemes con
ducted by local pawnbrokers operat
ing in conjunction with Mexican run
ners who bring the victims to the
pawn shops. I
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS .
j the City Hall thereof, on the 21st day
j ot January, 1919, at tin: hour of 7:30,
' o'clock I. M.. for the following : One
' 2l2 ton tru.-k with hydraulic steel
dump body, trailer att;icliinent, with!
cfter over drher's seat, doul le chain
or worm driv". with wheel base cf
j from 12o to 141 inches, lo be decided
;llv . council. Also bids lor one
AH bids must be accompanied by
certified check in the sum of not less
than 10 per centum of the bid. pay
able to the Mayor of the City of Bis-
conditioned for the faithful per-
fonuance of ilc ilvery. if accepted by
the Common Council, and must lie
filid with ih" City Clerk by 5 o'clock
P. M. on bald dale. The Common
Council reserve.-: the right to reject
.my and all bids.
this K'th day of J.inuaiy,
City Clerk. 853
the high dividends paid during the period of the war demand for the red
metal was unlimited, Greene Cananea is one of Uie very few which has been
able to maintain its regular rate despite the adverse conditions. The fact that
the company was able to pay the regular quarterly rate of 2 per share during
1917 when the mines were closed down from June 22 to December 10 inclusive
is a strong indication that Greene Cananea can continue to do so far a while
longer. . . I a
In the year just closed the company produced a total of 53.450.000 pouncr
wTiich is more than 20,000,000 pounds higher tJian in 1917 when operations
were seriously curtailed by striking employes coupled with unsettled condi
tions in Mexico. In 1916 when conditions were normal, Greene Cananea pro
duced in excess of 60,000,000.
Silver Production Gratifying
Silver production for the year was gratifying although not as large as in
1916, amounting to 1,678,672 ounces, a gain of 1.163,000 over 1917. The enor
mous increase, however, was entirely due to the above named factors. It is
of particular interest that December's production was not only the highest
for 1918, but the largest since October 1916.
Like silver, gold output was pleasing in view of the labor shortage so
prevalent. in the year just closed, running approximately 14.000 ounces as
compared with 4643 in the previous 12 months.
In 1917, Greene Cananea earned share profits on the outstanding stock
equivalent to $5 per share as compared with $15 in 1916. While earnings for
1918 will not run as large as two years ago, indications point to a sum suffi
cient to cover the dividend requirements besides leaving a healthy balance
for further improvements.
Mininy and Financial News
NEW YORK. Jan. 18. Unsettle
ment attended the fairly large deal
ings iu stocks during today's ab
breviated session, professional traders
resuming their attacks againBt the
cere susceptible issues.
Conspicuous cmong the latter were
nils. Mexican Petroleum lost 6Vj
points and others 1 to 2,. Motors,
tobaccos, equipments and the steel
group also yielded 1 to 3 points.
Selling of United States Steel was
the outstanding feature of the final
hour, with lots of 100U to 5500 shares
changing hands at 90, within 34
points of its minimum of 1918.
' Shippings and coppers also fell a
point with such investment rails as
Reading and Louisville and Nashville,
but distilling shares reversed their
recent course, showing moderate
strength. Among the more important
stocks final prices were mostly at
lowest levels. Sales amounted to
Bonds eased slightly at the end, in
ternationals displaying irregularity.
Total sales, par value, aggregated $4,
150.000. Old United States coupon and reg
istered 2s lost per cent on call dur
ing the week, the registered 4s de
clining 1 per cent.
NEW YORK. Jan. 1. Cotton
! closed very steady, net 6 points high
' er to 10 points lower.
CHICAGO. Jan. 18. Doubt as to
whether the current minimum value
lor 'hogs, $17.50, would be maintained
in February had considerable to do
with making the corn market today
average lower. Prices closed unset
tled at the same as yesterday's finish
to IVic down, with February $1.33
to $1.33 and May $1.28 to $1.2R.
Oats closed Vc off to c up and pro
visions unchanged to 17c lower.
Reports that the conference to fix
the February price of hos had been
postponed from January 23 until Jan
uary 28 tended to emphasize misgiv
ings iu reeard to the Juration of the
standard. .Inasmuch as the teeding
value of corn has been one of the
chief bullish factors, tile possibility
of a reduction in the government hog
price outweighed all other influences
aflecting eorn. Week-end evening up
by slicrts resulted there;ore in only
temporary bulges, notwithstanding
that country olferings were light and
despite advances U Smith American
essel rales In the lace of removal ol
the government tixed rati! to Argen
tina. OuU were quiet, and kept within a
narrow ranw, governed mainly by
Provisions depended on the same
renditions a? grain. Cash interests,
however, br.nglu on declines.
Closing quotations January 13,
(L. J. Overlock. Broker)
Amn. Can 4ti
Amu. Car 8'.4
Amn. Smelters 71
Amn. Loco ti'i'i
Amn. Sunar llu'i
Beth. 15 57
t. F. & I :;5i
Canadian Pacific- 156:l4
Central Leather 57:L
Crucible 5:; 14
General Motors 1 122
Ind. Alcohol 101
I.r.cka wanna ... tilVi
M-Thie pij p2
.Mexican lvtr j!e.;m 157.
N. Y. C 72
Ntrthcrn Pacific 91.;
Republic Steel 7.'
t'l.cieLuki r 4!
Sleel com !0
Steel pld nr.
St. Paul ;;s
Sc. ithirii la'ific ii.s'i
Si iclair (!! :;c,
1'iiiun Pacific 1-i'g
F.-S. M- 41
1 i.ii it Motci . ;;i;i4
A.. Ccmil ' Hi;.
'. A .-,!!..
". v II 4 :., "
c. Halloo t:
E. Butt9 8 &
Keunecott 32 Vi
La. Salle 2
X. Butte 11
Old Do ni 35
Pond Ck 13
Kay Con 20
St. Marys 46
Superior Boston 2M
Ctah Con 8
A. 4c A 11
Arix. Bing i
Butte & London 18
Big Ledge 7
Cal. & Jer. ' Vt
Con. Ariz IVa
Con. Copper 6-
Curtiss . . 13
Federal Oil 2?
Grand Island IS
Hull .' 40
Howe Sound i
Iron Caps 16
Manna Copper 26
Miami Con 10
Mines of America i
Okmulgee ... 2
Porphyry ... SO
Ray Here 2
Tom Reed 16S
L Eastern 41"
Verde Ex 33 V;
Woi. Ariz 2
White Caps 15
West End 1!4
(Cy Collins A Bretherton.)
Atko 06 .07
Adams 02 .!
Arizona Rex .15
Ariz-Tom R 03 .
Big Jim Con 06 .0
Boundary Cone .0
Gold Oru I f3 .04
Gold Road Bon 02 .03
Gold Cliff 15
Lucky Boy i'4 ."6
Sunnyside 05 .06
TVIluride 11 .14
Tom Rood 1.66 1.68
I'nited Eastern 4.25 4.37
United Western 02 .01
Red Lion .20
Venture HiU ....'
ins Neeilles f
2 U' 2.06 1
.07 ' .10'
.U7 i 50
1 ' '
Verde Combination ..
Miami Consolidated .
Coti. Cop. Mines
Cal. & .brollle
Ft ill in r Kii r
BROWN QUITS BASEBALL.
'Hv tt'lpw l.i'M Wire)
C(U.IMi:l S. i hin, Jan. is. -Morde-fit
i lii'own, elcr.iii pin her of three
linger lame, pidhalily Hill be lost lo
tasehnll. r.io.vu. who assisted Joe
linker in Hie management of the Co
lumbus Aliiei ieau association club last
season, is so well sutislied with bis
position w ilh an indiunapoli-i coin em
that lie intend.! to unit the .uanii. For
ccais I'.'own was a Mar wi'h the Chi
BISBEE LODGE NO. 718.
L. O. O. M.
Meets every Friday
night. Moose Hall.
Visiting brother cor
R, L G LEA SON,
BISBEE cODGE NO. 10. I. O. O. F.
evening at Odd
Subway street, at 7:30 o'clock. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
Hail pbuce ll!
FRANK WEBSTER, X. G.
LcjiEK EUSTACE. Sec'v
Lily Teicple No. 3 meets every 2aO
and fourth Tuesday evening of each
month at Odd Fellows Hall. Visiting
sisters are cordially invitea.
MINNIE BLUM. M. E C.
Phone Black 861
DA GLAZE. M. of R. C.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES
jT No. 17, F. O.
come. EDWIN OLLEREXSHAW, Pres.
F. C. FENDERSON, Secretary.
C. L. EDMUNDSON, Aerie Physician
BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICA 1
Richard I. Homestead 83, meet sec ;
und and fourth Tuesdays at Me1igc- ;
vfch ball. Visiting Archers are cor '
tially invited !
F. W. TURNER, torcman.
Phone Black tit.
P. O. Box 931, Warren.
E. D. STIXSOX.
Correspondent, Box 1496.
WEEK ENDING JANUARY 25, 1919.
THOMA3 HARGI3, W. M.
B. T. W ATKINS, Sec'y F. & A. M.
W. R. BANKS. E. H. P.
X. C. BLEDSOE, T. I. M.
J. L. POWELL, E. C.
F. S. DAVENPORT, Secretary Chap
ter and Conunandery.
W. R. BAXKS. Secretary Council.
LOYAL ORANGE INSTITUTION
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
L, O. L. NO. 210.
meets In L O
O. F. Hall first
7:30 p. m.
Invited to at
tend. tVM. T. SMITHAN. W. M.
ROBERT FERGUS, Secretary
P. O. Box 42G. Bisbee.
CITY DYE WORKS
Cleaning & Pressing
Opp. V. W. C. A.
MONEY TO LOAN
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Etc.
Reliable House 19 Branch Stores.
United Loan Jewelry Co.
BISBEE .: BREWERY GULCH
Wood, Coal and Hay
FUEL & FEED (MP'Y
UPPER MAIN STREET
C H. HOGAFU
COPPER QUEEN HOTEL
COPPER QUEEN HOTEL
C. H. HOGAN
REVIEW WANT AOS
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Rath bone Lodge No. U
Knights of PytAia
meets each Tuesday
(except second) in Ode
f Fellows' Hall at 7:8
p. m. Visiting brother
JACK CAIX, C. C.
W. . McCALLUM, K. of R. S
LODGE NO. 671
Regular meeting first and third Fri
day of each month. Visiting brothers
cordially Invited to attend.
JAS. ALLISON. Exalter Ruler
C. W. HICKS, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Lowell Camp Xo. 46 will meet every
second and fourth Tuesday at 7:30
p. m., Finnish hall.
D. C. SAXBY, C. C.
O. B. THOMAS. Clerk.
All Woodmen Invited.
OPOER Oc EASTERN STAR
meets in Masonic hat
Pearl Chapter, No. 6. meet
.a Masonic Hall second aai
fourth Tuesday of eac
.. .e;h at 7:30 0 m
MRS. I i EL EN A RAGSDALE. W. M .
i'l.s. jls.c.:k r.fcvAX. secy. p. o
Box 2'-'. Caairaian Relief Com,
JUNIOR ORDER UNITED
Meets in I. O O F
Kali First nd Third
Saturdays. V 1 s 1 1 it
J. L. BENTON. Councillor.
P. L. WOODMAN. Jr.. Rec. Secy.
T. F. B
r, ; . v. - 1 fc-
4j3 meets the 2d
and 4th Satur
days each month
at 7:30 at New
Hall. Visiting members cordially in
vited. JULIA POOLB, President.
GEO. POOLE. Treas.. P. O. Box 2229.
HOXORA MUXCH. Secretary
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Sii 'Vi Bisbee Camp Xo. 13414
7-Ti- Meets 1st Saturday
iKiiiJ J. F. MATHEWSON
. I .
PHONE 15. O K ST.
Respectfully Solicits Your
A Trial Solicited Prompt Delivery
FOR "QUALITY AND SERVICE"
A. OWERS. Mgr, Bakerville
STORAGE & COAL CO.
Warehouse & Office Opposite Depot
PHONES 640 and 58.
We Specialize In
Jack Bids., Main Street
Phone 26 Box 1123
11 i r--.