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TfiE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. BISBEE, ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL li, 1912
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EASTERN MARKETS
YESTERDAY
(By L. j Overlook)
BOSTON, April 10. The lo-.l mar
ket wa very erratic today. The prin
cipal channel? wre quick and docls
ive. with the volume of trantiartio.is
largo. The snsatlonal rise in Gran
bv was the principal feature Thl
tock scored a quick advance of ton
points to 50 S-4. later rtnctln.r to ;.l
1-2 and closing- at S3. We still con
slder Granby one of the cheatost
stocks on the local list, on account
of its prospective earning power. A
dispatch from Butte stated "that the
fourth Butto had Btruck the E!.h
May vein on tho 2000-foot level, and
this was responsible for the koimI
buying in that stock, hut conbidorabla
KtoA ' uas offered, and the price
showed llttlo change. We think tne
Jlquidatioiv today has placet! stocks In
fctronger hands, and that wo shall seo
n continuation of the upward move in
coppers within a day or two.
PAIME. AVEBBER and CO.
Curbs practically unchanged. War
joji and Saginaw continue in good de
mand without offerings. Total sales
Now York S57.600.
CLOSING
QUOTATIONS,
April 10
New York .
Amalgamated .". 81 1-S
Anaconda 43
American Smelters SC3-S
Atchison 109 1-1
JJrooklyn Rapid Transit ...;. S4 1-4
Jlaltlniore and Ohio 107 7-S
ChosaiKake and Ohio SI
Canadian Pacific 24G
Erie 3S
'Great Northern IS"
Lehigh Valley 167
(Missouri Pacific 4.".
Northern Pacific 122 3-8
New York Central 113 8-4
Penns lvania , 125 1-S
Readinp 1CC3-S
Rock Island ....!...' 20 3-8
Sugar 129
Steel Common '. . 71 f-S
Steel Pfd 115 7-S
St Paul , ......
SouUiern Psciflo '
Union Pacific
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111
114
174 1-S
Wheat
May.
July
104 1.5
100
Corn
Jdajr .- 77 3-S
Jul' - 763-8
September 73-S
Cotton
V 11.20
11.20
May
July
Boston
Adrenture C 1-2
Algomah ,.- "
Arizona Commercial .' 5 3-4
'Aliouex Z
Centennial 2L1-2
Calumet 'a'fid'Hocte 190
Calmnot ami ArlRomi ..i?.". . rir. 1-2
tJopiier Range Co
Hast Butto U 1-2
GTanbjr ...... . &3
GIroux
areno Cauanea 9
Hancock
Helvetia
Indiana
Inspiration Consolidated .
T.nlrf
33 1-1
1 5-S
16
20 1-4
47 3-
Michigan " l '
Masachubctts
Mohawk '
Miami
Mayflower '..'.-.
Morth Butte
Nevada. Consolidated ....
Jiplssing
'Old Colony
Qulncy
Ray Conbolidated
Shannon
Sbattuck
Utah Copper
Utah Consolidated
Pheliis Dodge Wd
"Wolverine -.j.t.
ATnona
Victoria ;..... ...'..A
8
2S1 4
16 7- I
33 3-i
20 1-4
SH
10
8G
is.;-1
II 1-2
21
63 1-2
14 12
215
113
7
Curbs
Saginaw bW
4:
-1
Abmeek : Y
V. and U w.
M. awl A.
r-. ll
300
Cactus
Gt-S
Denn
Cou.r "
pavis Dly
Klenlta ax .
Hoton . . .
Kerr Laic 6
1-2
11-2
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4 t ......
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4 1-2
Lucky Tiger .-...- vs"" A
S
ijoiuueiu
North TiRer bid
North lakc
jCacdzari
Jtavon ...... ..''
Rosalia
12
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I WO
43
43
25
"16-S
Sierra
4 3-4
San Antonio ,
S. W. Miami ...?.
5'onopah
Tonoitoli Bolrac-nt
Tttolom'no .f4
Warrior ax'...:'-
Warren bid
WoWeflne
Yukon
Zinc
9 '
Tl-2
101-2
'4
95
,S7-S
6
3 3-4
28
Sconce in Fishing.
1 In taking Wg catches of haddock
Jf the lnsidcs aro looked into there
i1H bo seen great quantities of her
ring oggs. The fisherman before cast
ing his :we8 for haddock greases his
sound and tries for herring pawn, for
rhero ho finds herring eggs thero
gr,cat numbers of haddock aro sure to
bei -p ',
x Tggl- Advertisements..
. ! ... -r-L.C CIlPrRIOR
COURT
t FM ins "-:--.. nruicC
A- THE COUNTY ur- v-un.,
?r STATE OF ARIZONA.
tN THK Matter of the &&
t vSw d OF llBARIKO PETITION.
iKairin JobwoH ha. :
fewrt Her petUtoa i-wytug lor Letters
of Administration of the Estato of!
I Andrew Johnson, deceased, and th it
th ame vill be heard on Tuesday,
I the 23nl day of April, A. D. 1?12,
10 o'clock In iho forenoon of said da: I
at the rourtreom or saw ccurt, i it
of Tombstone, Count) of Cochise, I
Stato of Arizona, and all persons In
terested in said estate are notified
then and there to appear and show
cause, if wiy they have, why tho
prayer of said petitioner should no
bo granted.
Dated March 9th. 1912.
J. E. JAMES,
Cleric
By C. B. WILSON.
Deputy Clerk.
113
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will be received by
the Calumet & Arizona Mining Co.,
until 12 o'clock Noon. April 20th, at
their offices in Warren, Arizona, or
nt the Office of Ropath & McGregor,
Engineers Douglas, Arizona, for n
Twelve (12) Koom Superintendent's
residence, complete, to bo built at tho
Company's Smelting plant, two and
on"-half (2 1 2) miles from Dougiaa,
Arizona, in accordance with the plans
and specifications which may be seen
at Boom Soven (7). Brophy Building,
Douglas, Arizona.
'l ho right is reserved to reject any
and: all bids. 93.
NOTICE
SETTLEMENT ANNUAL ACCOUNT
OF GUARDIAN
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
pursuant to law, aud the order of tho
Superior Court, Stato of Arizona, in
and for Cochise County, that April I
23rd, 1912 at one o'clock p. m., at '
the Court Room of said Court, in tl'e f
Court House in tho City of Tomb-,
stone, Cochiso County, has been ap-1
pointed as the timo aud place for the j
settlement of the first annual account
" :'V.a. 11. Medlcovich, guardian if
tne estates oi iieicu. jiarKo ana r-iia
Mcdisotlch, Minors, filed herein en
April 9tli, 1912, snd that ou said day
appointed, or any subsequent day to
which said hearing may bo postponed
by said Court, any person interested
in tho said estates may appear and
tllo his or her exceptions in writln?
and contest the same.
Dated April 9th, 1912, and witne33
the hand of the Clerk and Seal of
aid Superior Court on said date.
ISEAI,) J. E. JAMES,
ClerV Superior Court
By RAY B. KREBS.
Depute
3
ALIAS SUMMONS.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA,
IN
AND FOR THE COUNTY
OF COCHISE.
Lizzie Greer Ballard,
Plaintiif.
VS.
Thomas Ballard,
DefendaH
n the Superior
AOTIQN brought
Court or tl
the State of Arizona, in ami
for tho County of Cochise, and the
complaint filed in tho said County of
Cochise in the oiiice oi tni "jerk oi
said Superior Court.
THE SPATE OF ARIZONA sendrf
Greeting:
TO THOMAS BALLARD.
You aro hereby required to appear
In an action brought against you by
the above named plaintiff In the Su
perior couit of the Stato of Arizona,
in and for the County of Cochise, anJ
to answer the complaint filed therein
v.Urain twenty days (exclusive of the
day of service,) after the service on
j ou of this summons (If sered with
in the county; otnerwlse within thir
ty dat, ) or Judgment by default will
be taken against you according to
tire prayer of said complaint.
Given under my hand and the Seul
of the Superior Court of the Stato of
Arizona, in and for the County of Co
chise, this 22nd, day of March, l'l
the year of our Lord ono thousand
nine hundred and twelve.
J. E. JAMES,
Clerk
By C. B. WILSON.
Deputy Clerk
use
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
iitfparttvent of the Interior,
U. S. Land Office at Phoenix, Ariz.
March 12, 1912
NOTICE Is hereby glcn that Pow
ers Thompson, of Hereford, Ariz,
who, on November 22, 1909, made
Homestead entry, No. 07484, foi
Southeast quarter, Section 3 Town
ship 24 S.. Range 22 E.. G. & S. it
Meridian, has filed notice of intention
to make Final commutation Proof, to
establish claim to the land above de
scribed, before J. D. Taylor, V. S
Commissioner, at Biibee, Arit, on the
17th day of April, 1912.
Claimant names ta witnesses: Hi
ram W. Millett, Charles A. Martin
William Ryan, Richard E. Todd, all
of Hereford, Arizona.
. - PRANK H. PARKER
Register.
421
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 the District
Court of" tho Second Judicial District
of tho Territory of Arizona, In and
for tho County of Cochiso, and the
complaint Hied in the said County of
Cochise, in tho office of tho clerk of
said JJlstrict' Court.
THE TERRITORY OF ARIZONA
SENDS GREETING:
TO: Carman G. Stagner,
You aro hereby required to appear
In an action brought against you by
h,i .,tu,wtiTTnrl nl.iiiitiftiif:itiie (Dls'llt(VtlvJ Jwrff lunlir.iAri 1 0I "'.nrifriVini
tkfit' Court cribe Second JuaFelal Dts -
trlct of tho Territory ot Ariioaa, in
one! tcr- tha Countv of Cochise, and
to answer the complaint filed iherelu'and an order of the court fixing April! State of Arizona, and all porsons in
witiiin tncnlv days (exclusive of the ,17th. 1912 at. 1 n. in., at tho court tcrosiert In said estate ara notified
day of service.) after the service
rou of this summons or nervcu wun
in tho county; otuerwise . wuum
thirty days,) or judgment by default
will be taken against you according
to, tho prayer of said complainL
. 'Giv ca under my Usnd and the Sea!
't .
LODGE
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Rathbone Lodgo No. 10
Knights of Pythias
meet the. first, second
and fourth Tuesdays of
each month in Pythian
Castle, Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited.
J. II. VEKFUKTH, CO.
C. KRIGBAUM, K. of It. S.
Bisbee Lodge No. 718
Meetings every Friday night. Mason
ic Temple. Visiting brother cordially
lnTited. F. E. BENNETT.
Dictator.
J A. M. VONK.
Secretary
T. F. B.
FRATERNAJ
BROTHERHOOD Blsbee Lodge No.
452 meets every
Wednasday eTan
lag at K. of
P. Hall VttlUmc
members cordi
ally invited.
i pmg
SAVAGE, President.
SHEARER. Secretary.
i ontj
i "aiujaka
S0N0RA
LODGE NO. 23
I. 0. 0. F.
Cananea, Uezlco
meets every
Monday night in Eagle hall.
Visiting brothers cordially lnylted.
THOMAS W. WIGGINS, N. G.
JOSEPH HOWARD. Sec'y,
BISBEE LODGE NO. 10.
i n n p.
SV1 mt RVprT
Wedneaaay evet
k in Odd Fellows Hall. Main St.
Jitinp brothers art cordially In
vited to attend
W. G. JOHNSTON, N. G.
THOS. BLAIR. Secretary.
W. 0. w.
Woodmen of the World
meet at Fair hall, tho
second and fourth
Mondays of each
month. Visiting broth
ers invited to attend.
O. B. THOMAS, C. C.
C. N. THOMAS. Clerk.
t i ft Blsbee Cams No 13.415
iVl YV. A. Modern Woodmen of
America, meets sec
ond and fourth Thursdays in L O.
O. F. halL VlElting neighbors are
invited to attend.
R, L. MOTZ. Clert
E. D. STINSON. Consul.
N. A. S. E.
(Arizona No. 4.)
Meets every Monday evening In
M. C. A. building. All vlstlng
brothers cordially invited.
Sec. E. J. IRWINO.
Pre3. II. H. FRICKE
I. 0. R. M.
Meets every Thursday evening at
7:30 o'clock In Pytblan Castle. AD
visiting Red Men welcome.
WM. R. TONKIN. Sachem.
C. FENDERSON, K. of R.
W. D. COHEN, Medicine Uan.
feJV
g uift&&$- 5
Li.
5
3
JBj
of the District Court of the Second' ler, nortliwe&t quarter of southwest
Judicial District of tho Territory of j quarter, section twenty one, and south
Arizona, In and for the County of Co-1 cast quarter of northeast quarter and
chlse, this 19th day ot January In northeast quarter of eoutheast quart'-r
tho year ot our Lord one thousajidof section 20, all in Towiiahlp 22
nine hundred and twelve. South Iidngo 26 East G. & S. R. B. M.,
(SEAL)
A. II. GARDNER.
Clerk.
By W. A. HARWOOD.
Deputy Clerk
232
NOTICE OF SPECIAL STOCKHOLD-
ERS' MEETING.
EI Paso fi Southwestern Railroad
Company. 99 John Street. N. Y.
April 2nd., 1912.
NOTICE is hereby given that a spe
cial meoting of the stockholders ol
the El Paso & Southwestern Railroad
company will be held on Monday, tho
bixth day of May,' A. D., 1512. at the
office of the Company, Blsbee. Ari
zona, at tho hour of oleven o'cloct
A. M., for the purpose of coaiiderinK
proposed amendments to the Articles
of Incorporation of said Comiany, au
thorizing the construction and o
tensions of its roads, and providing
for the maintenance and operation ot
samo, and for the transaction of such
other business as way legally come
before the meeting.
GEORGE NOTMAN,
Secretary.
21.
2L
NOTICE HEARING RETURN SALE
pfai fstitp
.
Pursuant to an -order, made , tho;
iihe Safd-c. trie reftl 'cbtato ofWlt
' Ham Bealtic, deceased, by Edith W.
Knnnnv. administratrix of said estate.
on.r0om of the Superior Court, Cochlsw
.County. State or Anrona, in TomiH
stone, as the tlmo and place of sticn
hearing, which laid real estate Is tie -
scribed as follows, situato lnxCochho
Cnty, State of Artzouav to-wit.
boutUwea ijuarttr vl northest quar-
NOTICES
MASONIC CALENDAR
FOR WEEK ENDING APRIL 13.
Monday
Tuosday Past & M. E.
Wednesday
Thursday Blud 3rd.
Friday-
Saturday Royal Arch,
GEORGE A. BRIDGE, W. M.
BASSETT WAT-KINS, Secy. F. & A. M
J. T. ABRAM3. H P.
GEORGE A. BRIDGE, E. C.
W. R. BANKS, Secy. R. A. M. & K. T.
ORDER
OF EASTERN
STAR
Pearl- Chapter. No. 6.
Meets in Masonic Hall
Second and Fourth
Wednesdays of cacn
month.
ANNA LEROY. W. M.
Katherlne Hardy,
Sec'y.
LODGENO 67I
Regular meeting first and third
Tuesdays of each month.
Vlstlng brothers cordially lnvitc-l
to attend.
SAM FRANKENBERG.
T O. McGRATH. Exalted Ruler
Secretary.
I. 0. 0. F.
Golden H'ilo
cariipmcnt No.
En-
O. O. F. Meets ev
ery second and
fourth Friday. Odd
Fellows' hall. All
visiting Patriarchs
Welcome.
GEO. VANDERWALKER,
C. FENDERSON, C. P.
Scribe.
i
tit? n t w v. t? tt n n n np i
AMERICAN YOEMAN i
vjgjps. ilk hard L tlomcsteady S93 t
fM&W&k lnMts second and fourtht
(S,Tuesday at Odd Fellows'
vES5vT5y Hal1' s'Urig Archers aro
N!S33 cordially invited.
W. C. R. IIOOER Foreman.
ANNA HALL Correspondent Box 2139
ORDER OF OWLS
Blsbee Nest
120S
Regular meet
ins first and
third Thurs
day i of each
month.
ODD FELLOWS' HALL.
Wm. Hughes, Pres. II. B. Krebs, Secy
F. O. E.
UlsDee Aerio 17C, F. O. E., meets
rM and third Mondays, S p. m.
Fair Hall Visitors cordially wel-
Jaa. JlcDONALD, President
niHEN. Aerie Pbslcian
T. M.
The Ladles ot
the Maccabees of
the World meet
In the Fair hall
the 2rst and
third Tuesday of
etch month, 7:30
p. m.
Vlsltlas
members cordially
Invited.
JULIA POOLE.
Commander.
MARY ASH BY.
Record Keeper.
containing ICO acres, with buildings
thereon consisting of dwolling house,
barn, corral, two sheds, adobe har
ness house, chicken coop and wind
mill and all appurtenances thereto.
i For tho sum of Eight hundred and ten
I dollars to James ,E. Konnoy ut
'private sale the said real estate was
ioid. aud reforence is hereby made
to bald return for Mrtlier particulars,
and notice is hereby tfiven that auy
person interested in said estate may
appear at the time nd placo above
mentioned and file objections to tho
confirmation of 3ald sale and may be
heard and may proauco witnesses in
support of his objections.
J. E. JAMES,
Clerk of Superior Court,
By C. B. WILSON,
i Deputy Clork.
Dated April 3, 1912.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
COUNTY OF COCHISE, STATE
OF ARI70NA
IN THE Matter of the Estate of I
L. Brown, Deceased
NOTICE OF HKARW. PETITION
NOTICE is hereby givoii that Isa-
I belnv Drown, the Administratrix with
I tho WrH annexed of said Kulale lias
hied in thla court Her First and final)
account aid i,etltlop for tho distribu-
, tion cf the residue of said estate, and
' ttjfct the sarae will 1 Uc heard f on JUjm-,
- i 3jiv
iar ami; pay .pi Aimi a. u, j.u
- rJO o'dodic In the. forenoon of said
Cay, at tho Courtroom of kald court,
Clt of Tombbtonc, County of Cohlse,
than andthere to tppenr and show.
cause, ''"' "rc '""" w"y
prayer ot said poUtiontr shopld not'
! bo granltfd, and the said aecouiit aM
lowed arnl settled.
uatca- iiarca miir-tviz.
J. E. JAHE8,
e-r-)
F.
IsJsJ fei i5?r
I o
rEven the Best of Intentions-Mar Be Misconstrued,"
THE BA55DALLTEAM
MS COKING HOME TODAY.
1 LET'S GET THE TOWN BAND
lArlbGODOVMTOTHE
k DEPOT AND MEET 'EM.,
w
DAILY REVIEW WANT ADS.
Advertisements under thli hea d
charce of 25 cents. Advertliemtn ti
In the next monlng's paper.
WANTED.
WANTED Cook and housekeeper
Apil 202 Tombstone Canyon, be
tween 7 and 9 p m. 9S
WANTED To buy and sell sec
ond hand furniture, highest
cash prices paid for every
thing. G. O. Bransou, Phone
4S, Johnson. Add. 720.
STENOGRAPHER desires work dur
ing evenings and Saturday after
noons. Ratet teabonable. Phono 19K
or address Box 151. 39.
FOR RELIABLE Paper Hanging,
Painting and Tinting call J. H. Toit,
phone &46, Blsbee. C27.
FOR SALE FURNITURE, ETC
"HARRIS BLOCK FURNITURE
Co. New and second hand fur
niture bought and sold. Fine
stock wall paper. Brewery ave
nue. Phone 257. 563.
Clerk.
B. WILSON.
Deputy Clerk
9
C.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
COUNTY OF COCHISE, STATE
rc A DI7riM A
i tN- THK Matter of ,ho Estatc of Mar.
tin Finnorty, Deceased
NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION
NOTICE Is hereby given that Owen
I'. Murphy, has filed in this court a
Document purporting to bo the last
Will and Testament of tho above
named deceased, together with hu
petition prating for the admission to
probate thereof, and the issuance of
f Letters Testamentary thereon to said
petitioner and that the Sam's tilll be
heard on Tuesday tho ICtii day of
April A. D., 1912, at 10 o'rlo---k in the
forenoon of said day, at the Court
icom of said court. City ot Tomb
stone, County of CochiRe, State of Ari
zona, and all person Interested in said
estate are notified then and there to
appear and show cause, if any they
have, why thn prayer of said petition
er should not ho granted.
Dated March 2Sth 1912.
J. E. JAMES,
Clerk.
C. B. WILSON.
Deputy Clerk.
S.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION.
Department of the tnierlor.
U. S. Land office at Phoenix, Arizona,
March 12. 1912.'
Noticb is hereby tfivon that Edward
Bower, of McNoal, Arizona, who ou
January 17, 1907, Mado homostea'I
entry, So. 0351 for the Southwest
quarter. Section 0S-rSl, Township 223
Range 26K, G. & S. It., Meridian, has
tiled notice of intention to make final
five year proof to establish clf.lm to
the land above described, before J.
D. Taylor, U. S. Commlsioner, at BIs
lee, Arizona,' on tho 15th day of
April, 1912.
Claimant names as witcescs:
Maurico D. Mholau, of Blsbee, Ari
zona; John F. Peace of McNcal, Ari
zona; J. Park Emory, of McNcal. Ari
zona and Isaac Bailey of lwell, Arl-
! zona.
5 a, ; KrunlrfH.iPnrkor.i
V
'f '' ' Itcgistcr:
NOTfCE FORVp'U0LICAp6r J '
Department 'of1 the Interior,
U. S. Land Office at Phoenix. Ariz.
March 12. 1912.
Notico is hereby given that William
tlKj"IC Walkor, of Naco, Arizona, who, on
March lit. 190
entry. No. 0HC21
tor, Hoetion 8, T
1907, made Homestead
for Southwest uuar
Township 21 S, Range
Z 13. lr at D. 1U aioriuian, iuu uivu
notice of uiteauou to mar.e ritui me
- ,
'-s
t iihr ' "ir
run at the rate of 1 cent per w
must reach The Review office n
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
S C. RHODE ISLAND REDS. Win
slow's strain. Stock trom Lester
Tompkins. Eggs J2 00 and $3.50
per 15. L. E. Hawes, Warren, Ari.
391
FOR SALE EGGS AND POULTRY
Day old chicks; hens and pullets,
all breeds. Also chicken and turkey
eggs for hatching purposes. Write
for 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 canI
frcm 1 acre up easy terms. For
particulars address J. M. Cosby
Benson, A. T. or Blsbee Review.
AGENTS
50 down, ?15 a month bus 4 room
house in Upper Lowell. Phone IS')
50
FOR SALE Jutt like rent, 25.00 per
month buys 10 room house in John
son Ad. no Interest. For further
particulars Address Chas. H. Prahl,
Caro Harrison Co., Blsbee. 51
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT Crocker house, 5 rooms
and bath. 50 ft. bcieeued sieeplis
porch, vines, trees, chicken yard,
good view. To the right party ?2i.
Warren Drug Co. 79.
FOR RENT Furnlrhcd rooms for
housekeeping, or for men. 3G School
Hill, below Methodist church. d'J.
FOR RENT Nico clean rooms at
Holbrook House, Naco Road, ?5 per
month. 71.
NICE, clean cool rooms at Tho 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. 51.
FOR RENT Two large, pleasant
rooms, bath water and lights fur
nished, $15.00. 01 Quality hill, or
Box 1939. CI
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms for gentleman. Close in. In
quire 19S Softool hill, or Box 1S64.
G2
FOR RENT Five-room house, Hlg
gins hill; bath, screen porch, $20.00.
Inquire Harry Barkdoll, Quality hill.
59
year proof, to establish claim to tho
land above dcfcribetl, before J. V
Taylor, U. S. Commissioner, at Bis
bee, Ariz., on the 16th day of April
1912.
Claimant names as witnesses: It. T
Frazicr, of Naco, Arizona. Charles
Hull, of Don Luis, Arizona: Richard
Brandon, of Isaco, Arizona; James L.
B. Parks, of Naco, Arizona.
FRANK II. PARKER,
Register
r 394
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
In tho Superior Court of the County of
Cochise, Stato of Arizona.
ydn the Mu(ter of the Guardianship
r. of.JV
iiuli tie I iarrisjxa n neo'mimlcncf'
WrKSSff-KS
aunuai account, oi t;tm suaruiauim. i
and that the settlement Uioreof has,;
by an order of Hhj court, leen sot for
tho 8th day of April, 1912, at 2 o'clock
p. m. of said day.
Dated March 2Jth 1912.
. - -..- , j. n JAMES.
Clork ot the Superior Court
ByOfDTWUsoa. - -'-
Dspwty Clerk. 743
Siys Felix to Fink.
HERE THEY COME BOfS :
STRIKE UP THE BAND
HOW WAS 1 TO KNOW
THAT WAS A
FUNERAL TRAIN. r
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ord for each lsue with a minimum
ot later than I p. m. for Insertion
FOR RENT Two C-room flats at
Warren. Both ilats have soparats
bath looms 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
of Blsbee building. CO
LOST.
LOST Knights of Columbus Building
association book, on Jones Hill or
Naco Road. Finder return to
Mary Mathews, Copper Queen store.
99.
LOST Bracelet with number t ot
smalj South American coins , at
tached, last Sunday night, between
Johnson hotel and Royal theater.
Finder will be liberally rewarded
if returned to Lillian Johnson. 5S
Yi?5if
LOST Eastern Star I'm between
Royal Theatre and Temby A-.e.
Will be rewarded if returned lo
Review office 30.
MISCELLANEOUS
DOES IT PAY TO RENT A HOUSE?
Get out your rent receipts for tho
past five years and add them up
yourself then investigate our phut.
?7.30 per month with fl pr cent in
terest on yearly balances pay for
a thousand dollar home. Wc allow
the loan to run about 10 yeari, but
you can pay it in full at any time,
thereby stop5ing further interest.
THE CAPITAL SECURITY COM
PANY, Nat'J. Bank of Commerce
Bids., Norfolk, Va. 2S!.
WALLPAPER The fainoi!3 art wall
paper. All the latest and most up-to-date
designs. Direct from factory
to ou. At tho Wildman Lumber
Yard. Phone 8S. 5S
STORAGE Everything packed and
stored. Brooks-Coopor Fur. Co.,
Phone 341. o3.
HIGHEST Prices paid for old rubber,
copper, brass, and all kinds ot Junk.
Please write for prices Harry Effron,
Phoenix, Arizona 23
DRESSMAKING I make and re
model all grades of gowns and
wraps, both for street and house
wear. Your patronago solicited.
Mrs. E. McKincey, Dressmaker.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Phone 42.
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Daiiy and Sunday Courier-News,
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state and the paper whlcb carrier
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cation; It Is the paper to use In
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dress The Courier-News, Fargo,
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