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THE COCHISE REVIEW, SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1901
A. & S. E. Banquet.
Those who attended the base ball
game at Don Luis missed the best part
of the game. Seven innings were
played at Don Luis on Friday. The
remaining two innings were played at
the Waldorf Saturday evening; Um
pire Hamner called time promptly at
10:20, and for two hours the game was
fast and furious. A. & S., E. boys who
the day previous had fumbled the ball
all over the lot found no difficulty in
stopping a hot bird. The banquet was
spread at the Waldorf, and was pre
pared under tho direct supervision of
Otto Geisenhofer. He received the
order from the general office of tho A.
& S. E., and he had a clearance card to
run past anything of the kind ever at
tempted by the base ball fans in the
past. His orders were signed by Wal
ter Douglas, manager, and It. C. Mor
gan, superintendent, and in this neat
manner the company attested their ap
preciation of the young men in their
employ, not as ball players, but for ser
vices rendered by a faithful and consci
entious discharge of their eyery day
After the cigars were passed around
Mr. Hamner was called for and spoke
of his appreciation of the courtesy ex
tended to him on the grounds the day
previous, and of his appreciation of
that fairness and gentlemanly feature
of the game so characteristic of all
western sports Toasts were responded
to freely on both sides of the table.
Dugan and Tehaney furnished the mu
sic. It was just a social, informal affair
where the boys talked base ball to the
exolusion of everything else. It was
agreed unanimously that Bisbee must
have a crack-a-jack ball team. V. R
Stiles was voted president and C. F.
Nichols corresponding secretary, with
Lee I Hamner manager and P. J. Te
Promptly at 12 o'clock the boys stood
in their places and toasted the young
ladies of the Copper Queen store, who
so valiantly championed their side at
the diamond on Friday. Then came
three cheers and a tiger for the A. &
S. E., and it was finished.
The fans, have woke up. What's
more, they are going to stay awake all
summer. Come alone, Naco. Get
your bran, bran new gown, for them's
goin' to be a ball club in this good,
good ole town.
Those present Saturday evening were:
Messrs. Lillis, Bledsoe, Stillman, Te
haney, Jackson, Williams, Rogers,
Stiles, Hughes, Smith, Rice, Marks
Rupert, Dugan, Wilson, Martinez,
Shanks, Rydel, Hai'ht, Callahan,
Nichols,1 Moore, Hamner, Stiles, Dar
nall, and others.
Mr. Studly will preach both morning
and evening in the Opera House, Sun
day. All welcome.
Tho Bisbee Union Y. P. S. 0. E, will
hold their meeting next Sundaz even
ing in the Methodist church at 0:30.
Major Wm. L. Hargrove, of the La
Comstook mine, at the PIcacho, near
Bacuachi, is in town on mining busi
ness. Rev. T C. Mofllet returned Thursday
evening from Phoenix.
E. G. Ord Co. is finishing up a 500
gallon tank for the Greene company at
JusticeJS. K. Williams performed the
marriage coremony this week making
Manuel G. Serna and Maria Gonzales
man and wife.
Max Gavito, Mexican consul at Naco,
weB circulating among his friends in
Lote Gould , and Jim Williams left
this week for the Altar district, Son
ora, to work on some placer claims they
own in that arid region.
J. C. ItAlB.
Main St., above
REPAIRS AND RENTS
Novolt works Key fit
ting a specialty. Guns,
lochs, sowing machines
and bicycles repaired.
RAMBLER BICYCLES SOLD
flarch 2d and 3d
The home of Mr and Mrs. A. Berg
quist, on Brewery avenue, was made
desolate last week by the removal
through death of their little three-year-old
son, Clarence. He was bright,
affectionate and the idol of the home.
An attack of croup summoned him to
his homo on high. The bereaved fam
ily have the sympathy of the commun
ity In their affliction. Services wore
held by Rev. D. Roberts at the homo
and at the grave, where tho grief
stricken ones left little Clarence to rest
Inez L. Bradley, aged three months,
the little daughtor of Mr. and Mrs. G.
E. Bradley, of Naco, passed away Fri
day morning, February 22d, and was
laid to rest in Bisbee cemetery Satur
day, tho 23d instant. The service, con
ducted by Rev. D. Roberts, was held at
the gravo, the sorrowing parents and
intimate friends paying the last trib
ute to a loved ona suddenly taken from
Visitors to Douglas.
The train leaves Bisbee fcr the new
town of Djuglas every morning at 0
o'clock. Tho train has been crowded
each day during tho present week with
visitors to tho now town, who look over
the proposed location of the depot, cus
tom houses, etc., and before they leave
generally select a lot for building pur
poses. Purchasers of lots who begin
the construction of a building immedi
ately aro alloweu to pay for lots on tho
in'stallmens plan. Everyone seems to
have entire confidence in the future
growth and importance of tho new
town. Work on the Naeozuri railroad
is being pushed forward rapidly to the
exclusion of everything else, as tho
saving in the transportation to tho Nac
ozari Copper company will bo a big
item. It is expected that Robinson &
Toohey will move their headquarters
into Mexico tho coming week.
Andrews Opera Company
America's Representative .
Operatic organization, will
Saturday, March 2d
Sunday, March 3d
The best musically trained chorus in
the United States. Their own Operatic
Orchestra under the direction of MR.
OHAS. D. HAZELBRIGG.
V. G. MEDIG0VICH
Wholesale- and Retail Dealer Id
GAME RECEIVED $kkk
E G. ORD CO.
Skylights, Architectural Sheet Metal
Work in all its branches. Second-hand
Goods bought and sold.
NEXT TO BREWERY
I am prepared to supply any
quantity of first-class Brick on
short notice on board cars . .
W. C. FERRIS
Seats on sale for both nights at the
Bisbee Drug Store.
Prices $l.0o and $1.50
Commutation tickets for both even
ings can be had at a reduction of $1.00
Bisbee to Naco
Leave Bisbee Daily 3 P. n.
Leave Naco Daily 9 A. fl.
Easy Rigs Careful Drivers. Office
at O. K. Harness Shop,Brewery Ave.
ADOLFO S. ESCALANTE, Prop.
Dealers in Furniture, Stoves, Hardware, Tinware, Guns
and Ammunition. Guns for rent. Second Hand Goods
of all kinds bought and sold.
O. K. STREET, BISBEE, A. T. Phone No. 57
Upper Main Street
BOB TATTE, Prop.
A large assortment of the prettiest
and most natty ladies silk shirt waist,
all colors all sizes and and all kinds
ranging in price from $4 up to $1 1.oO
Also a. a new line of men ready
made clothing in order to introduce this
line we will sell suits from $4 up to
Pants from $2.00 up to $5.00 all
worth 25 percent, more than we ask.
Carpets and art squares never sold
so cheap before.
Come and get our prices before buy
Next door to the . .
Flood Gate, Main St.
I Brewery Cafe
Day and Night,
5 Private Boxes
J The Brewery Cafe and Dining Hall has bsen
thoroughly remodeled and refitted, and is now ready
to serve the public in an up-to-date manner. Every-
S thing the market affords always on hand.
!; CARRET0 & CO., Propietors
, The justice courts are working dou
ble eh It i in Bisleo just at r resent.
PAPER HANGERS. ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY
G4VEN ON ALL WORK
Snop IVext Door to Cochise Review
5 Sateen Skirts worth $4.00, selling price $3.00
i3 All Wool Dress bkirts, worth $b now selling at $4. 5:
; Shirt Waists Wool, worth $2. now selling at $1.25
Hats trimmed to order.
MAIN STREET, BISBEE, ARIZ. .
DO YOU WANT LANDS?
Forest Beservo Lieu Rights and Soldiers' Additional Scrip will title public
land at modorato cost. Wo have had large experience in locating these scrips
for stock-men and lumbermen. Fiiom 40 Acres Up. Title guaranteed. We
handle all classes of Land Scrips. Write for particulars. Reference : Union
Bank and Trust Co., Helena, Montana.
THE COLLINS LAND COHPANY,
Atlantic Building, Washington, D. C, or Helena, rtontana.
Bank of Bisbee
Ben Williams J. S. Douglas
J. B. Anoids W. H. Brophy
M. J. CUNNINGHAM
W. H. Bropht, President
J. S. Douglas, Vice-President
M. J. Cunningham, Cashier
Foreign Exohttnse and Telegraphic Trnnifon to all Part of the World. Ac
eountiof Indtvlduali, Firms and Corporations solicited. Mnttori entrusted to
our care will receive prompt attention. Mexican money bought and old. Apenoy
(or New Zealand Fire Imurance Company.
A CLEAN SCALP
Is necessary for the luxuriant and healthy growth of the hair.
A woman's hair is the one adornniont that needs constant
attention and cannot be neglected.
At tho HAIR DRESSING AND TOILET PARLORS of
Mrs. R. Ritch on Main Street,
at the flood gate, tho women of Bisbee, will find all the
latest up-to-dato remedies for cleansing tho scalp, fac
ial treatmont and manicuring. A full lino of Toilet Ac
cessories, Hair Switches and Wigs, Pompadours, etc.
Hair removed permanently by Electricity. Pimples and
blackheads removed by the uso of my face bleach and
Yanola cream. All work guaranteed.
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