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BOSTON, April 8 The local mar
ket openl with a rush of activity
ami pricwi wre woll maintained.
Mayflower and OW Colony nhoed tho
ratet volume with Old Colon the
leader The buving ot this gtoi-lc was
heavy and of good character. It was
rtorted that drill had found tho lodo
but this -nag later denied by tho mail.
.ao:nnt Butte and Superior contin
ues 'to bo accumulated. Superior and
Boston wore weak on rumor ot an
other ausoubuient. Kast Butte was
very aotlvo and strong, closing 15
,bkl for about 11H0 shares. We look
Iqr this block to cross 20. Altogether
'the market took all tho profit taking
exceptionally well and Is headed for
a higher level
Paine Webber and Co
Total sales Now York 91S.300.
CLOCING QUOTATIONS April 8
New York
Amalgamated 5j2 1-2
Anaconda 43 5-8
American Smeltors - ST 1-4
Atchlbon 109 3-1
U. It. T. S4 1-2
Baltimore and Ohio 108 1-S
Cincinnati and Ohio SOS-h
Canadian Pacific 210 1-J
Krle 37
Greut Northern . : 135 1-S
Missouri Pacific . .i 431-2
Northern Pacific 1233-S
Now York Cchtrbl US 7-S
Pennsylvania 125&-S
Reading 1641-1
Rhode Island 301-2
Sugar 12S
Stuol Preferred , 1131-2
St. Paul' .V. 112 1-2
Union Pacific 171 1-S
Wheat
Mny ..........n 10S1-S
July 971-4
Corn
May , 76 3-S
Julv .'...; 371-2
September
' Cotton
May
July
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Adventure.
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Allouez ,
Coutonnlal
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Tor.: "
Toa itet .
Tuolonwrie
Wardor .
Walton .
WotvWfa
YukoV . -
Zinc . .--
Style fn Mourning.
"Speetacuter mourning Is not so
popular as It was some yeara ago."
Utid the. manager ot a city depkrtment
atoco la answer to an Inquiry on that
subject, "There Js still a large busi
ness i done in all kinds of mourning
goodfe. but eltaer the somber period
baa grown aaorter or many bereaved
persons prefer not to l conspicuous
beeauso of their sorrows, ar the sale
at mourning goods has fallen ol. la
the stationery department there seems
to be no change In fact, the demand
for Mack bordered cards and wrttlag
-ar has increased." To Illustrate
theuality ot some "show mourning"
b satd: "At a stationery establish
ment a FBOrt timo ago a woman In
de-pest Mack a4ed to Fes samples
et dinner. twca card. She nalected
one and ordered oo b-jndred to he
done on blck bordarad cards, com
nromlsmK with her conscience t7
insgestlng that' the -bcrter bo not too
heavy?: -! ' -" ,v
I Ftth Has Vosal Organ.
'. Perhaps tha most conplCHOs ex
ampio rf the flrtoa that are capable
ot utternaca Is tha dnim-flsb, called
by reason of taa deep, booming noise
o.nmduees at will. It la found along
iho iuioatle ost tT9B
ictts to Flortia.
Forte.
It was tho meat exciting moment ot
one ot those midnight rehearsals. Try
e Ka wu1A Tnrvnlrt Tlrlan tA nrfftr
could not induce tho orchestra to play I
i gufilcicntly loud for a smashing finale.
Finally In desperation he called out
to the orchestra conductor: "Swell!
Vicars, Swell!" Whereat tho phleg
matic, unruffled English conductor
stopped the band, turned smilingly to
Mr. Brlaa and said;. "Thank you,
sir."
hornuie iliuught.
Alleged Huinoris: Can you Imag
lne anything worse than a giraffe
with a sora. throat? Proven One
Sure! A centipede with corns. Tex
as Coyote.
Johnny's Firm Stand.
"Tho horse is a very useful animal,"
wrote Johnny in his composition, "but
if I can't have my sosslges made of
pigs' meet I don't want no sosslges."
Legal Advertisements.
ALIAS SUMMONS.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA,
AND FOR THE COUNTY
OF COCHISE.
IN
Lizzie Greer Ballard,
Plaintiff.
VS.
Thomas Ballard.
Defendant
ACTION brought in the Superior
Court of the Stuto of Arizona, in and
for tho County of Cochise, and the
complaint filed in tho said County of
Cochiso in the offico of tho clerk of'
said Superior Court.
THE STATE OF ARIZONA senas'
Greeting: i
TO THOMAS BALLARD. '
You are hereby required to appear I
in an action brought against jou by
the aboe named plaintiff In the Su-j
perfor couit of the State of Arizona,'
in and for the County of Cochise, and !
rx incur-..,. hn w.rY.llltl ATrl tl.rn-tf.in
.J U.U ..HT V'U1'IMU. I.K.U but...... (
,;-i,i i.miv r"m.u lovnincivo nf th i
day of service.) after the sen ice on
von of this summons (if served with-1
In the county; otherwise within tlili-1
ty days.) or judemtnt by default will ,
be taken against you according tj
the prayer of said complaint
Given under my hand and tho Se.il j
of the Superior Court of tho btate ot
Arizona, in and for the County ot Co
chise, this 22nd, day of March, in
the year of our Lord one thousanJ
nine hundred and twelve.
J. E. JAMES,
Clerk
By C. B. WILSON,
Deputy Clerk
CSC
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
PepdrUvent or tho Interior,
IT. S. Land Office at Phoeniv, Ariz.
March 12. 1912
NOTICE Is hereby ghen that Pow
ers Thompson, of Hereford, Ariz,
who, on Nox ember 22, 1909, made
llomebliMd entry, "No. 07484, foi
Southeast quarter. Section 3 Town I
ship 24 S, Range 22 E , G. & S. il
Meridian, has filed notice of intention I
to make Final commutation Proof, to
establish claim to the land above de
scribed, before J. D. Taylor, 1. S
Commissioner, at Bi'.bee, Ariz., on the
17th day of April. 1012.
Claimant names J-s witnesses: Hi
ram W. Millett, Charles A. Martin
William Ryan, Richard E. Todd, all
of Hereford, Arizona.
FRANK II. PARKER
Register.
424
IN THE DISTRICT COURT
OF THE SECOND JUDICIAL DIS
TRICT OF THE TERRITORY
OF ARIZONA, IN AND FOR
THE COUNTY OF COCHISE
WILSON L. STAGNER, Plaintiff.
VS.
CARMAN G. STAGNER, Defendant
ACTION brought In tho District
Court of the Second Judicial District
of tho Territory of Ari-una, in and
for tho County of Cochise, and tnc
complaint filed in the said County oti
said District Court.
THE TERRITORY OF ARIZONA
SUSVS GREETING: NOTICE HEARING RETURN SALE
TO: Carman G. Stagner, REAL ESTATE.
ou arc ncrcby required to appear! -
in an action brought against jou by Pur8uatIl to an order raa(le the
the above named plaintiff in the Ds- of January 1912f orderitw
trictCourtof the Second Judicial DIs-1 lhc ,- , real C8tate or Wil-
tri,f Vie T.Crr,t.0r',0tr-A0na'JI1'.liam Bcatlie, deceased, b Edith W.
and for the County of Cochise, and' administratrix of said estate,
to answer tbe complaint filed therein ; an(, n order of the rourt nxing AprU
within twenty days (exclusive of the;i;th 1512 at x m at lho court
day ot service,) after tho service on, , . c r-n.,r fnriii.
you of this summons (it served with
tn tri mimfx'- ntnnrsiqn TLltnm
thirty days,) or judgment by default ;
will be taken against jou according
u ii ......?, --- - - " -
to the prayer o: saw compiarou
Given under my hand and the Se
of the District Court of the Second
Judicial District of tho Territory of
Arizona, in and for the County of Co
chise, this 19th day of January in
.4.Ann , nnrl f.l . lTniintv tT I W.
the year ot our Lord one thousand
nine hundred and twelve.
(SEAL)
A. II. GARDNER.
Clerk.
By W. A. HARWOOD.
Deputy Clerk
NOTICE OF SPECIAL STOCKHOLD
ERS' MEETING.
El Paso & Southwestern Railroad
Company, 9 Joon Street. N. Y.
April 2ud.. 1912.
NOTICE w lwreby given that a spe-
rial meeting of the jtockhol
the El I"aso A SottfhF
Itunillitlt V.1 ItWlT! llrfll Oil J
. , , J" " J - ' ;
Mxth d or May," A. U, VJlz, ai lh
owro of the Company, Bisbee, Ari-1
zona, at the hour, of elpvcn o'clock
A. M., for he VWVQ'Q ol conn id en n I
propoaati arneuamn'P iw uirf "
of luconoration or staid C'ttmrtony, au
thorizing the coub' ruction and o
leiinionk ol its rortds, and providing
foi'th'a maluienance and operation ot
sanfu, and for tho traneacuou ot sucn
other business as irj legdjly coin
THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. BISBEE, ARIZONA, TUESDAY
LODGE NOTICES
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Hathbone Lodge No. 10
Knights of Pythias
meet the first, second
and fourth Tuesdays ot
each month in Pythian
Castle. Visiting broth
ers cordially invited.
J II. VERFURTH, CO.
J. C. KK1GBAUM, K. of R. S.
Babee Lodge No. 718
Meetings every Friday night. Mason
ic Tempi. Visiting brother rordially
invited. F. E. BENNETT.
Dictator
J A. M. VONK.
Secretary
T. F. B.
FRATERNAL
BROTHERHOOD
Bisbee Lodge No.
462 meets every
Wednasday even
ing at K. of
P. Hall. Visiting
members cordi
ally invited.
PARIS L.
SAVAGE, President.
SHEARER, Secretary.
BARBARA
S0N0RA
LODGE NO. 23
I. 0. 0. F.
Cananea.
Uexlco
meets
every
,
Mondav night In Eagle nan.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited,
THOMAS W. "WIGGINS, N. G.
JOSEPH HOWARD, &ecy.
BISBEE LODGE NO. 10.
I. 0. 0. R.
meets every
Wednesday evet
ing In Odd Fellows Hall. Main St
isitlng brothers arc cordially In
vited to attend
W.iG. JOHNSTON, N. G.
THPS. BLAIR. Secretary.
W. 0. w.
Woodmen of the World
meet at Fair hall, tho
becond and fourth
Mondays of each
month. Visiting broth
el s Imited to attend.
O. B. THOMAS, C. C
N. THOMAS, Clerk. i
(Alt A Bisbee Cams Ko
ii iie
Ifl.YY.A.. Modern Woodmen
ot
America, meets sec
ond and foarth Thursdays in I. O.
O. F. hall. Visiting neignDors arc
Invited to attend.
R. L. MOTZ. Clerk.
E. D. STIN'SON. Consul.
N. A. S. E.
(Arizona No. 4.)
Meets every Monday evening In
Y. M. C. A. building. All visting
brothers cordially invited.
Sec. E. J. I R WING,
Prc3. H. II. FRICKE
I. 0. R. H.
leets every Thursday evening at
30 o'clock In Pythian Castle. AH
visiting Red Men welcome.
WM. R. TONKIN, Sachem,
r' C. FENDERSON, K. of R.
I. D. COHEN, Medicine Man.
before the meeting vri.v
Secretary
2L
i -iL.
, of Mi7 ,a Tomb.
l -' . .
(atone, as the timo ana pince oi such
hearig whlch j rcai Ktia
scribed as follows, situate In
tato Is ue-
CochibO
to-wit
'county, Stale of Arizona,
, , norlhw
. .', ,... ,.r c
est quar
ter, northwest quarter ot souinwcsi
,,',. Kec,ion twenty one. and bouth
. " . . 1
east quarter ot northeast quarter anu
northeast ipiarter of southeast quarter
r.r vtlrn ju. all in Township .
South Range 2G East G &. S. K. B. M.,
containing 160 acres, with building
thereon consisting of dwelling houae,
barn, corral, two sheds, adobe har
ims house, chicken coop and wind
mill and all appurtenances thereto.
For the sum of Eight hundred and ton
dollars to James E. Kcnney at
Warn
1 -,
&-&
lg-3
private saic we saiu "' v IVV'H iml
sold, and reforonco Is hereby made j "" '",
' ' . . . .. .(.I......
to bHld return loriiimioriwr...-
and not ro is horebv given that an,
phi.. w"j ; . ,,..
appear at the time bnd place aboo
mentioned and file objections to tho
confirmation ot sai.i aaie ana i, ..-
.... .. i. iitii env
oy . Y.Vuiy-Clerk
, . , . , ,r
Dated April a, ui., ,
j
TfTTHE SUPEFJIOR COURT OF THE
COUNTY OF CO CH IS E ST ATE
lOP ARIZONA i
IN THE-Matter ot tbe Etatf of 4.,
h. Brown, Deceased I
ae,ra . oinearu ami may i ..- - ferettoftn ofigaM rfaj. at tlio'Cp.rt-
i m . ..a. ... ii unaLuau itt
rniIJalIr.5uWrHlwVrnWOnTAirVl:li'J ptM'i'WQoue. Cftyi.fif 'Vninb
)m&.W5r'xib WLfl..M..2f'flA,1,,t'fItotk entity of Cochise; State of Ari-
, LMK Ul ,..w..w. .,....
MASONIC CALENDAR
FOR WEEK ENDING APRIL 13.
Monday f
Tuesday Past & M. E.
Aeilnesda
Thursdu Bluo 3rd.
Fridaj
Saturday Royal Arch.
GEORGE A. BRIDGE, W. M.
BASSETT WAKINS, Secy. F. & A. M
J. T. ABRAMS. H P.
GEORGE A. BRIDGE, E. C.
W R. BANKS, Secy. R. A. M. fc K. r.
ORDER
OF EASTERN
STAR
Pearl Chapter. No. 6.
Meets In Masonic Hall
Second and Fourth
Wednesdays ot cacn
month.
ANNA LEROY. W. M.
Katherlno Hardy,
Sec'y.
LObGEiNO 671
Regular meeting first and third
Tuesdays of each month.
Vistlng brothers cordially Invltei
to attend.
SAM FRANKENBERG.
T. O. McGRATH, Exalted Ruler
Secretary.
I. 0. 0. F.
Golden Rvlo En
campment No. 5., I
O. O. F. Meets ev
ery second and
fourth Friday. Odd
Fellows' hall. All
visiting Patriarchs
Welcome.
GEO. VANDERWALKER,
F C. FENDERSON, C. P.
Scribe.
BROTHERHOOD OF
AMERICAN YOEMAN
i5te. Richard I. Homcsteady Sao
KTjuvsv . ., . -..-.v.
wseeis luuu unu iuuuu
Wfl
Tuesday at Odd Fellows'
Hall, visiting Archers are'
w&sy
HSiSiSf cord ally lnx lted.
W. C. R. HOOER Foreman.
ANNA HALL Correspondent Box 2139
ORDER OF OWLS
Bisbee Nest
1208
Regular meet
jSk
7,WJ?
i
i-r
SOT
Ing first andFOR
ffmvivx
third Thurs-
i days ot
each
$J O month.
ODD FELLOWS' HALL.
Wm. Hughes, Pres. R. B. Krebs, Secy
F. O. E.
Bisbee Aerie 175. F. O. E-, meets
nrst and third Mondajs. 8 p. m.
Fair Hall. Visitors cordially wel-
med.
Jas. McDONALD. President
m D. COHEN. Aerie Phvslcian,
T. M.
The Ladies ot
the Maccabees of
the World meet
In the Fair hall
tho 3rst and
third Tuesday of
each month, 7:30
p. m. Visiting
invited.
aembers cordially
JULIA POOLE.
Commander.
MARY ASH BY,
Record Keeper.
.NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION
NOTICE Is hereby gicn that Isa-
'bella Brown, tho Administratrix with
tho Will annexed of said Estate has
filed in this court Her First and final
account and petition for tho distribu
tion cf the residue of saiil estate, anu
that the same will be heard on Tuei
day the 16th day or April A. D . 1912
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said
day, at the Courtroom of said court.
City of Tombstone, County ot conise.
State of Arizona, and all persons in
terested In said estate are notified
then and there to appear and show
cauae, if r.ny they have, why the
prayer of said petitioner should not
bo granted, and the fcuid acconnt al
lowed and settled.
Dated March 2ith,-1912.
J. E. JAMES,
Clerk.
C B. WILSON.
Deputy Clerk j
9
IN THE SUPERlOB COURT OF THE
COUNTY OF COCHISE, STATE
OF ARIZONA
IN THE Matter of tho Estate of Mar
ISllttfr-J73-K--CLrC
w
l O.
tin Kinnorty, Deceased ' year proof, to establish claim to the
NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION j land above described, beforo J. U
NOTH'E, is hereby given that Owen .Taylor, U. S. Commissioner, at Bis
r. Murphy, has filed lit this court uil,ee, Ariz., on the 16th day ot April
Document purporting to be the last , 1812.
Testament ot the above
' uauiPU ue-wwii. ii
named deceased, togother with lui
lott IirayinR fo.- the admission to
I(robale thereof, and the issuance of
Uttrra Teatamontata thereon to nam
a a.t th WI Le
' Taeaday ,e 161I1 day oft
- . . . ,
JUIH.41IH1 ail (ciwjib. iiiiiiiiieu'ui n.j
,?SUlt' aro notified then and lliero to
,appar and show cause, if any the
jhavefwhy Uk prayer of said iietttiou-
ur dvuiu iitfu m? Biwuwii
.Dated March 28th 1912.
J. E. JAM KB.
Clerk.
a B. WILSON,
Dtfputy Clerk.
8-
MOkNING. a? RtL 9, 1512.
LADIES ANt I
GENTLEMEN - t
IT IS MY HONOR.
I AND PLEASURE
.1 TO ANNOUNCE J
M.FELIX.
THE HUMAN
ALPHABET J
cJfc
DAILY REVIE"W WANT ADS.
Advertisements under this hea d
charge of 25 cents. AdvertUemtn ta
In tho next moning's paper.
WANTED.
WANTED Cook and housekeeper.
Apply 202 Tombstone Canyon, be
tween 7 and 9 p m 93
WANTED To buy and sell sec
ond hann furniture, highest
cash prices paid for every
thing G. O. Bransou, Phone
423, Johnson. Add. 720.
STEN'OGRAPHER desires work dur
ing evenings and Saturday after
noons Rates leasonable. Phone 18S
or address Box 131. 39.
t. r-T nnrn T ...... ti..i
lhCL.l.xAJC L UIIUI IluuglUbi
, Painting and Tinting call J H. Toft,
; phone 310, Bisbee. C27.
IS C. RHODE ISLAND REDS. Win
slow's strain. Stock from Lester
Tompkins. Eggs $2.00 and $3.50
per 15. L. E. Hawes, Warren, Ari.
391
MEN to prepare for firemen and
brakemen; $75 to $100 inonthlj; ex
perience unnecessary , positions now
open state age and weight Railway
Bureau, East St. Louis, III. 27
FOR SALE FURNITURE, ETC
HARRIS BLOCK FURNITURE
Co. New and second hand fur
nlture bought and sold. Fine
stock wall paper. Brewery ave
nue. Phone 257. 563.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
U. S. Land office at Phoenix, Arizona,
March 12, 1912.
Notice Is hereby given that Edward
Bower, of McNeal, Arizona, who on
l January 17, 1907, :nado homestead
entry. No. 033S1 for the Southwest
quarter. Section 03."S1, Township 225
, Range 2(.L, G & S. It, Meridian, has
hied notice ot intention to make final
lie enr proof to establish clr.im to
tl.e land above described, before J.
D Taylor, U. S. Conimisiouer, at Bis
bee, Arizona, on the lfth day of
April. 1912.
Claimant names as witnescs:
Maiirlne T1 hplan. of Ftisbce. Ari.
1 zona; John F. Peace of McNeai, Ari
zona; J. Park Emciy, of Mtcal. Ari
zona and Isaac Bailey ot Ixwcll, Ari
zona. Frank II Parker,
Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department ot tho Interior,
U. S. Land Office at Phoenix, Ariz.
March 12. 1912.
Notice Is hereby given that William!
! E. Walker, of Naco. Arizona, who, on
1 .. .. ,-l .r.r,-, ,- Tf .J
entry. No. 0SI621 for Southwest quar
tor. Section S, Township 21 S. Rango
24 K. G & S R. Meridian, has mod
notice of intention 'to make' Final five
,-o.. r . u.oi.iiu, Ma.m in th
Clalman. names as witnesses: R. T
Frazier. of Naco. Arizona. Charles
Hull, ot Don Luis. Arlzon-: Richard
Brandon, of Naco, Arizona; James U
Parks, of Naco. Arizona
frank H. Parker,
Rcgistor
394
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NOTtCE OF'SPECIALtSTOCKHOLD
ERS MEETING OF THE ;
BISBEC -pOALiTION' MINING CiJ.
A TECIAl7mieclj'qsof tfio i3jd5K
holdcrs Df4thls CompanV will boMield
on the lgth day oKApnl. 1912, dt 10
o'clock ifi the forenoon in Bisbee. Ari
zona, at the Copper Queon llotel, for
Ihn tnirnntt ofi votlnir Oil tfao Plan of
! Ilonrmiiizntiou of. the Comliany, and
for the transaction of such oiberbu.
ines3 asnay properly como ueioxo
the meeting.
FelixThe Great Human Alphabet.
5 BBaaWBCW
run at the rate of 1 cent per
must reach The Review offict
w ord
n ot
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
A DIAMOND Cluster pin consisting of
six diamonds 1 1-1 K a genuine blue
sapphire J,K. at a bargain. Address
No. 26 Bisbee Review. 2G
FOR SALE Two room house with
clothes closet and pantry. 30 Jii;
genillc. 68
TYPEWRlTERFine L. C. Smith, vis
ible, and lino No. 6 Remington,
cheap account leaving city. Western
Union Telegraph Office 100
FOR SALE Folding bed, commode,
tireless cooker, chiffonier, rocker,
card tables, -wash stand, pitcher,
bowl, etc.; cheap. W. G. BLAIR,
109 Higgina hill. 57
FOR SALE Some settings of cggn.
Judge Goodacre's S. C. R. Reds.
tl.25 setting. Krobs, 31 Quality
lull. 63
FOR SALE EGGS AND POULTRY
Day old chicks; hen3 and pullets,
all breeds. Also chicken and turkey
eggs for hatching purposes. Write
tor prices. Address,
Marshall Humphrey, 137 N. Central
Ave., Phoenix, Arizona.
FOR SALE or EXCHANGE Town
lots 5 acre villa lots In Benson also
good land under the Benson canal
frum 1 acre up easy terms. For
particulars address J. M. Cosby,
Benson, A. T. or Bisbee Review.
AGENTS
$50 down, $15 a month buys 4 room
house in Upper Lowell. Phone 1S9
50
FOR SALE Just like rent. $23.00 per
month buys 10 room bouse in John
son Ad. no interest. For further
particulars Address Chas. H. Prahl,
Care Harrison Co., Bisbee.
Care Harrison Co , Bisbeo. 51
FOR RENT.
TOR RENT Nice clean rooms at
Holbrook House, Naco Road, $5 per
month. 71.
NICE, clean cool rooms at The Golden.
71.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
housekeeping rooms on Johnson Ad
dition, close to car line, two large
porches, pantry, and graded yard.
Water free. $15.00 month. Apply
Central Pharmacy. 54.
FOR
lll-'VT T-ortk InriT. Tilpns.11lt
rooms, bath water and lights fur
nished, $15.00. 51 Quality mil, or
Box 1959. CI
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
" ""Tr. Sltaiw"
1ure 109 School hill, or Box 1804
62
Dated March 27, 1912.
R. J. CLARK. E. H. CLARK,
Secretary. Presldont
31.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
In the Superior Court of the County ot
Cochise. Stato of Arizona.
In the Matter or tho uuaraianbuip
qf I'auhpc ..Harris, nn-Japorofltcpt
NotfcWs herepypfvetj that MTJ.W
Tn...K, .n'Usrrh "Rfti IRIL'. tllnd bi
In the Matter of tho Guardianbhlp
fata ( au as('s' v.-r-f --; - -y
animal acconfit'of tafd giwrdlansjflp,
aid that the settlement thereof has,
bflan order of the court been set for!
the Slh day of April. 1912, at 2 o'clock
p. m. of saw uay.
.Dated March 26th 1912
J. E. JAMES.
Clerk of tho Superior Court
By C. B. Wllbon.
Deputyi Clerk. 7-13
FaSE 5EVEK
n Jf
.le-Ting".
for each It'uo
later than S p.
with a mlnlmurr
m. for Insertion
FOR RENT Two E-room flats at
Wairen. Both flits have separate
bath (oorns and modern conven
iences, cement block building in
good repair; rent $10.00 per month
will make good proposition to de
sirable party. T. A. HUGHES, Bank
ot Bisbee building. 00
FOR RENT Five-room house, Hig
giiiB hill; br.th, scieen porch, $20.00.
Inquire Harry Barkdoll, Quality hill.
59
LOST.
LOST Bracelet with number ot
small South American coins at
tached, last Sunday night, between
Johnson hotel and Royal theater.
Finder will be liberally rewarded
If leturued to Lillian Johnson. 5S
MISCELLANEOUS
DRESSMAKING and plain sewing 33
School Hill, Gasson House. 17.
WALLPAPER The famous art wall
paper. All the latest and most up-to-date
designs. Direct from factory
to you At the Wildraati Lumber
Yard. Phone S8. 56
STORAGE Everything packed and
stored. Bi ooks-Cooper Fur. Co,
Phone 341. 33.
HIGHEST Prices paid for old rubber,
copper, brass, and all kinds of junk.
Please w rito for prices Harry Eff ron.
Phoenix, Arizona 23
DOES IT PAY TO RENT A HOUSE?
Get out your rent receipts for tho
past live years and add them up
yourself then investigate our pla:s.
$7.50 per month with 5 per cent in
terest on yearly balances pay for
a thousand dollar home. We al!o.v
the loan to run about 10 years, but
you can pay it in full at any time,
thereby stopping further interest.
THE CAPITAL SECURITY COM
PANY. Nat'I. Bank of Commerco
Bldg.. Norfolk, Va. 288.
DRESSMAKING I make and re
model all grades of goA-ns and
wraps, both for street and houso
wear. Your patronage solicited.
Mrs. E. McKinccy, Dressmaker.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Phone 42.
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