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THE BISBEE JAlLY REVIEW, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER-l,:i913
LOCAL-PERSONAUEBLECI THE CARE OF YOUR SCALP '.
AND YOUR Hi WILL BECOME A DISGRACE
Returned Home , Was Called to Naco
f.eorg U. Kelly, of Douglas, who lr, F. K. Shine was called to Kaco
was harp VMtnrday on business, re- yesterday afternoon for n mmnltn.
turned orn mst' btpht Uson. i
I The hair Is more exposed and hence, luxuriant growth U found In New-
Qeer to Doualas . i Return Home ' more liable to accumulate dust jnd broV Hnmli.l.lo
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Oeorze VL Patterson left yesterday Mrs. M. M nutler. a maitnilno sul'. "'", an oluPr P"'0 ie .the loos of a hair nd)ermttB a heilthM.
scription aKnt at DoiiKlas. here fort, ,. ...... . i mo unnururr cannot remain on d
the i-flFt fw day?, has returned noma i " " Vf V "? .. ona,m- , elfl0,n il to "which Herplctdo Is regularly
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OF WHITE TULLE
for HoukIpk, whgre he nlll spend ev-
eiai nays on lmj-jnes,
'Deputy Sheriff Return
A. V. Howe, deputy pheriff. will re-i
turn to his lvortje .lu Tombstone to-l New York Ilelt and Packing Co
,daj. lie spent ft w"ee.k heran official '-leaves this morning for a tour of the
jbu&ine.s ' i state on. a visit to his customers.
.Telegraph Repair Man
j. ?.; MeNuIty.'of Douclas. repair
man nf fliu WKitOrn Union TVlL'rntlhtlri"llt or WaV nf fhnJ-K. 1
Co., was here yesterday, making re-j railroad, arrived last night for a brief
Jae. V Berpnc.
pnc. superintendent of
of the'-.K. . &. S. V
Tllft h-lli nuiGA in foil 1!
a rule, the leatt attenttori and no real terrible itching stops almost Instantly
effort is made to kefp it healthy. ! That is what Xewbrpfe Herpl'lde
ii me oanarurr nerm is auowea to noes,
work unmolested and th scap bo-j, Nuwhro Ilerpicide in iJOe. and ,.00
cornea crusted with dirt arcumula- the is sold-bv all dealers who guar
tions one may expect the hair to die antee. it do all' that is claimed. It you
und fall out. There Is no cause for are not satisfied vnur monev will i...
fltirnrlite In thin nhonntnenrtn Ir lu ( -sir.n,1o,i !
natural and happens In every instance,
where the care of the hair, and 'scalp'
pairs in the local office and of the
line leading here,1"
Ladies to Meet
Ladlri of UigL Moose will meet to
night" when thexg will bo considerable
work taken up, of Importance to tlie
order in association with the enter
prises, it uas in .nanu.
Visiting Sister . ' '
, , Mrs. M. K.stiarrol left yesterday for
K Pao. -where she expects to visit
her sister for &jfew wefks. Her sil
lier will probably Return here to pend
the winter with ier.
Xeaveg for Home
' 1. C. GettUm. district manager of
the Mountain Slates Telephone Co
who was Ireje Jfor several days makinp
an inspection o'f the local exchange of
the company, returned to Tucson yes
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Los Angeles Cattle Man
Henry Diffenbaen; a prominent but
cher and cattleman of tos Ange'e
arrived herelasf night for a brief stay
on business He has several deals on
'hand which he hopes to close in the
stay, :nakiM an inspection of. the
road leading to this eitv.
'Building New Homes j
W. K. John sen te now- beginning the
erection of a modem 4 'room house In
'Warren. Early next week; J. M.
Cuniff will begin, the erection oi
another '! room Yesfde-ice there.
The oce fcuro remeaj'nhich prevents,
the loss of hair and permits a healthy,' sho-W
Send 10c inistampsjor booklet and
sanrple to Tlic'IIerplciae' Co,. Dept. It.. I
Detroit. Mlrh f . I
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(S 'gcotl barber
riplIcatlorfi at the 'gcotl
Directors Meeting u ,.
A meeting of tfie directors of the
Country club will be held-tonight at
the club bouse. The regular routine
of monthljr business wilt be trans
Left For Michigan
J H VaugUan Iri last nirfbt for
points hi Michigan wlfjro lie will
bpi-iid h 'monih vis'. ins f ,r-- snii
Speaks This Evening
Mrs. Aldricb, of Oakland.
To Visit in Dougta 5 , i-
Miss Clara Arndt left yesterday for
Douglas on a visit to Miss Luclle Sav
age and to incidentally attend a dance
at the country club there. She will
return home in a few1 days.
El Pao" .Vtsitor-, ,?"- Was '" Douglas -
W. K. Jackson; of El Paso, a prom-1 William Helm, manufacturer of the
inent .business man of tha Pass City I C-C- C. cigars, wab a business visitor
is here for several days. I In l)ougIaR-yesterday. He returned
. J last niftht With a big bunch of orders.
Painters are Busy Recently he put on three more era-
Painter's are finding the fall season Ployes and in the ear future expeen
In the district promising more workito Put on more help,
than they can. handle and more work .
than has been had jn this line pre-"Brings Indian Souvenlers
viously during the year. Apparently - R- S. Grey, a Sonora mining man.
a sudden notion has seized house own- arrived last night for :a brief stay
ers to decorate their properties fori frci the vicinity of Ouaymas. He re-j
the winter in fresh colors.. They at J ports .conditions there to be falrlyi
said to be at the present 'time morel Good and states that a large band of
than thirty -houses lindergoing re- Mayp Indians arrived . recently. As
painting In the district, with orders ,a souvenir of ' the conditions which
now ibooked by painters for more 'exJst ho brought with him a .bow and
than that number in adldtion. In con- a. number ;ol arrows which he pur-
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sequence tne nousepainter is a very
busy individual, with none Qt his trad
necessarily Idle In the district.
Gymnasium Classes Increase
Since the organization or the gym
nasium classes at the Y. M. C. Athey
have doubled in si7e Physical Di
rector Hawthorne says that lie stil:
has a number of applications on
hand. Attendance Is the largest lu
Slightly Injured '
It. S. Grange, a: Spray miner was
slightly injured by falling .grduptl; yes
terday. He -was removed to hlti'home
In Tombstone canyon where medical
assistance was summoned He is ex
pected to be-out again in a few day.
earotrtr-v fnf the SOlltnWeSt O' H'O
"Woman's Boardof' Homo Missions "rthe history of the association
the. Presbyterian church, w I'.! speak in H '
Presbyterian fchurcn thU evening
ited oaUend. this meetia;
Realty Tranelers . . , , .
Mrs. Tillie Maesack has'so,ld licr
four room hoilsa'on Opjra Drlye to
Miss Margaret Flamming, through tne
--s- on-tce of M C-mgh. for a considers.
-.j:n of .4750 'Another deal made by
the iame office was tne sa'e of a four Da,IeyArizona Copper COiP who was
-C- - Aam house on School hilt of '"''''jhere for beveral days selling stock in
.ft Jafties Jt9,Tavld.Tmcutt.
SOino .ou were mn"u .
oi Miss Jane Walker Stamper and
Thomas A. Helm were quietly mar
red in the office of Justice High, the
JudKe officiating on Saturday evening,
in the presence or a" few friends. The
newly weds will make their home in
this city. .
Goes to Tucson
Will Organize Society
' Rev J. E. Fry W the Presbyterian
iliufch wi'l spendrtiie daynn Don Iiis
oi6SSdns society of i mission re-
n.. eatnidisded' there. This 4s
done, for the"purpose of creating in-
trest,Snj church worK in i
his comjiany, will
morning. He was
an official of the
return home this
well pleased with
Douglas Parties Married ' .
Miss Minnie Danagh and Wlllard Tt-
Grant were married ua MondaV night
In his office by Judge High. They
made the trip here in an auto an-1
were married unawares to their
friends. After the ceremony they en
joyed a wedding dinner at a local cafe
and returned to the Smelter city there
after, where they will make- their fu
ture home. Mr, Grant is a well
Diarrhoea Quickly Cured.
"I was taken with diarrhoea and
Mr. Yorks, the merchant here, per
suaded roe to try a bottle of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. After taking one dose'of It
I was cured. It also cured others that
f cave it to." writes M. "R. flebhart.
Oriole. Pa. That is not at all unusual.
An ordinary attack of diarrhoea can
almost invariably be cured by one or
two doses of this remedy1. For sale
by all dealers. 22S
chased from somfe of the Indians.
These attracted much attention at the
Copper Queen hotel last nlgbt and he
received ye-veral offers for them.
T " Despondency '
Is oTten caused by Indigestion and
constipation, and quickly disappears
when Chamberlain's Tablets are tak.
en." For sale by all dealers. 228.
,4 Ml members of Blsbee Lodge
fAVn 10 al-ri vitlt!nir lirntliers.
'w6' ire reauested to bt nresent
at Odd Fellow b Hall tonight at 7:30.
Work in First Degice.
-'This pretty bridesmaid's gown it
of,' white tulle. The front of :h
blquse anb collui is outlined wit)
ermine The fron und back of tht
blouse are over laid with lace slm
abating a bolero, TJ.e three-quartet
length kimono sleeNe are ri- ihe
with cuffs of la&s with fjur The
skirt ha? sash ,-ndi of tulle erigcC
with lact'and Zt.r, and a" straight
panel extends over the skirt at the
tr,cnt with secticn.-v of lace at .'p
pfr and lower edge.
All members are requested to
report at Moose Hall Thursda,
Oct ! at 1 o'clock P. M. to at
tend the funeral of Audrey
Dmry.. daughter of Brother Wlj.
HOWARD OARKELL, Dictator.
'On Mine Inspection .,,,
r.j,ie Jones -lidt yesterday, for
!.,w or..! fr.lm'that city will leave
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The friends 0f Axel Anderson were
at odds yesterday to find out the un-
naiil strent- nf hnnnfneSR disnlavcd
by him throughout'the afternoon, un
til they learned that the cause was
the arrival of an eteht pound baby
girl at his home in Upper Lowell. He
was forced to buy lemonades for his
friends while receiving congratula
tions. The. mother and aby arev get
ting along as well as can be expected.
Football Club Meeting "' It
Th Tombstone cam on f football
club will meet today for praclj'crf at
the Warren Ball park. For members
on the night shift a car will leave
her at 11 o'clock: In the morning
for the Old Congress mine, sltuatea and fof those OQ tfae da 'another
-n rn ,iirt north. Willie therejne
will take samples of the old dump of
the mine with a view of later estab
Jlsing a cj-an'de plant on the proper
car will leave at 5 o'clock ln4the aft
ernoon. All members of the 'club are
urged to be present.
Organized Glee Club
A Glee rluh was organized at the
Commercial-Club Meeting y M c on Sunday afternoon by
. .i.." nf -th- rjirectors of tne' . . . .. ...
Commercial club will ibe held tonigai. entuustjc meeUng was heldyblch
The cn?y business hat w1P,?BaR resulted In a large Increase ftiWrn
z .Wr. h meeting wll be the ... . , ,. .,, , rt'.
passage of resolutions of conaoienv.e Iiat,on desires tnat eterr mins with
to William Drury. P8"16111 l " a good voice shall .become a fnrajer
club, in respect - "' and call at the 'Y' to enroll his name.
little -daughter. It -will pthei , adjourn (
to meet again at a later date. , 0ny Qne Bilbee
" Among arrivals yesterday were Mr-
Sleeper Called Off 'and Mrs. 1.. Delaney amd Mr. and Mrs.
The Pu'lman sleeper of tne i . R p Martln tlley coming from Miami
S. Ws railroad between u" "' for a visit with friends in this dls-
and Los Angela will ne raKe" " ,,A trlct. their former home. They lay
ginning Oct. 1. This ruling at while Miami Is very active and
from .the-home office. of tne i f0"0 . prosperous! and has reason to expe
Is. customary as. there Is not enoun beUer thInga tfae future,u
fraflic during the- winter .m1'"; does not compare with. Bisbee In tie
From -now on the! sleeper will uy " utter.8 0IdtIme mining camp spirit
the depot in Tucson, where pagsen attrac,ivenes!j.
Wrs over the readfean enter any time y
liter rilne"o'clqclf in the even.ng for Bowllng A,ey, 0pen.
points east ot Tucson. The bowling alley's of the Y. M. C
j '"'' X. -will be formally ojened tonight for
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Mrs. Henry Hale and yranB "" to all members and ihe sco'es wil' 1k
left yesterday for San Anwiuu. preserved for future' reference !n mak-
where they will' spend the Ia" ?..rf jng up the membership of the annual
winter in hope df 'benefit to tne " tournament teams The six highest
health. The, latter, has been w p bowlers will- btf selected s.h the mem
health for some time and it is Uioui. be.g of jhe tw m j)&y
i.- HnHnr'thO Winter WUl lie "r can Wuu tP&ms nr .nMetit.oHnz
YBJAho t - - it "-
essary to recoverTs
with teams of
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A Boy and A Girl
Births reported yesterday Include'
a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Wra
Sehart, of Johnson Addltisn, and of a
son to Mr and Airs. Wm. Mitchell, o
Visiting in Douglas
Mrs, If. Sullivan left yesterday for
Douglas where she will spend some
time on a visit with friends.
James Pollard, an insurance and
stock broker of 'Phoenix, is here on
business mutters He lo -in u..lsi
J booster for the state fair, which he
J says will be the largest in the historj
.of the state and attract the largest
attendance on record
Purchased Antler's Saloon
A deal wai closed yesterday where
by Messrs John McGraw and D. Mc
i3ee, formerly of Cananea, will become
proprietors of the Antler's Saloon on
Oct. 8th. William Hqblnson, present
proprietor, will retire to look after
other business. The new (proprietors
are not? strangers here ibu,t hae been
known and popular as the owners 0f
the White House at Cananea for the
past ten years: Thpir largq local ac
quaintance should make them very
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.T' ,ire1fararWl' U-leroalc .
"WHY make viih dy a dreaded
1 drudge, rubbing, dirt and crim
out of soiled clothes, -when Hvdro Pnr
rubbing, dirt and grime
ill do this work for you? Use leu sosp
4DDRRSKD TO WOMEN
IS YOURS A
Case of "Nerves?"
Hot flashes, dizziness, fainting; ppellj, backache, headache
bearing-down pain, nervousness all ar nymptom oIrretrularlty
and frmale dutnrbances and are cot beyond relief. l
is that of a famous physician amMoaTly experienced
ia the treating of women's peculiar ailments. For
forty years ir. has been recommended to suffering
womankind. Thousands of women csa besr witness
to its beneficial qualities. Perhaps its aid is all that
Is required to restore to yoa perfect health and stmrth.
Now 1 the time to act. write Dr. R. V. Pierce's, Buffalo.
RUSSIAN DESIGNS FUR TRIMMED
ATTRACTIVE FOR WINTER SUITS
I AM SOW CURED
Mas. &OXIXIO RODCZXS efSsa Fratrfaen Calif , write 1'
1 taaa plesMjre la rcmaaeaAn lm wMwrrol resMUiea. and
wUh t tar ia behalf of Jt ''avriu F-eacrliition' aM 'Ouldea
Medieal Dweoverv that thraurh their te lara nt eur4 of ta
Tarwwa tnrablee that a womas la tsr te Tboae reasedWe cured
oe athenerhera faUed mud I tlwrcre rcscive m laLa ao Cr.
I thaatt ya tat year adTKe."
TOUR DRUGGIST CAS SUPPLY YOU
SN LIQUID O T.LEX FORK
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Mss. Rooctss I
There, is some thine about the Itus-
slan blouae with tta cozy fur trtroming
that suggests crisp winter days.
Picturesque and b-comiaz. these
Jtnsslan coat and suit designs are gren
ral favorites. The addition of a clev
erly draped sash makes tbs suit dressy
enouca for an afternoon tea, while
L worn with a broad belt of patent
leather or sued tt Is perfectly appro
priate for a ahopplnc trip. Collars, too.
add to the effect. 7336 has a broad cape
collar coming well down over the
shoulders, and a Medici gives the new
high collar 11ns In the back. Duvetyn
velours de lalns. ratine or broadcloth
may all be used. A pretty suggestion
Is Russian green broadcloth edged with
narrow bands of skunk and closed with
frogs of black silk braid.
There are five pattern sizes, 34 to 42.-
Size 33 requires 3!i yards of St inch
A two-piece skirt (7134) with a
slightly raised waist-lice accompanies
th coat. Patterns are cut in five sizes,
22 to 30. Size 24 requires 2i yards of
15 Inch material.
Autumn fashions for small folks are
fascinating to a degree. Simplicity of
course is the keynote, and the plainer
tbe dress the better suited It Is t the
slender little figure 7964 would be I
very pretty made up In on of the dark j
serges or novelty stuffs and relieved
with a contrasting sash.
Lon. French waists are decided fa
vorites. Three pattern sizes are cut. 8 to 12
Size 10 years requires 3 yards of !t
Each pattern IS cents. t
Let tiie Whole Family
To obtain eltber pattern Illustrated nil
out this coupon and Incloae U cents in
sumps or cola. lie sure to state number
of pattern sad site, measuring oxer trrV
fullest part cf tht bus't for dimension
.Addrasa Pattern' DepartmetL.
Kodaks are actually the
best :--t.):eras. .sk th
kodaker he knows.
There's a kodak for ev
ery, mentbif of the fam
ily even a bpby Brow
nie for the youngster,
and a phototaker of
great possibilities for the
expert. Simple in con
struction, easy of opera
tion ,handy to handle and
low enough in cost. What
more could be offered as
an inducement to kodak
now? We sell all grades
of kodaks and photogra
phic supplies. Goods all
new all worthy and
For a Name
Since the organization of the Phelps Dodge Mer
cantile Coirjpany. we have found it necessary to adopt
a distinctive Trade Mark Jo. our different lines of
merchandise to insure oui high standard of quality.
At present we-usc the namr. "Phedoco" whirh will' in the
future be applied .to the more staple Hues. Now we
want a Trade Mark" for o ur high class merchandise
which will be Jthe best products of European and
American manufacture. We would like to have.
name representative or the district
easy to pronounce and re:r.ember.
om thiV will
Suggesting the name we select we will
give a prize of $10,
If moic than .one person suggests the narneselect
ed, the' prize money will be divided equally.'
TKose wishing to enter contest will find Blanks in
oui Clothing department the same to be filled out
with as many as three names. Then deposit same in
locked box which will bt at entrance of Men's De
partment. No employees of the Phelps Dodge 'Mer
cantile Co., will be permitted to enter into this Ten
Dollar Trade Mark Contest. Get and fill out name
Blanks today. Contest opens October 1st and closes
October 13th, 1913.
1 C 1
Bed Sheets and Pillow Cass
$1.27x90 in Sheets for 80c
25c 36x42 Pillow Case for 20c Pair
Full Size Cotton Blankets
- - - - - - Special at
Full Size Comforts
50 Pes. Plain and Fancy Out--ing
Flannel Price per yd.
my stock of both loose and mounted diamonds is the
largest in arizona.
That my -prices are cxcepUonally low Is proven by the fact Uiat I
guarantee a REFUND OF NINETY PEIi CENT on all Diamonds I
sell amounting to $150.00 or more.
I Carry a Complete line of
Libby Cut Glass, Gorham Silverware
Howard and Hamilton Watches
Have just Installed a riew LE.VSE GRINDING plant and can now du
plicate lenses and rill prescriptions without delaj.
Official Watcli Inspector for E. P. & S. W. Railroad
L.. L. GILMAN
- JEWELER and
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
.ADVERTISE IN REVIEW.
Soothing Syr. f
FOR CHILDREN "r.EllE.iC." '
"Qrandniotl.cr tuetl it for I.e.-1 '
Alotlier used it for her babies,
I am usinj; it for jny baby."
Thms . o& ike t'OMnzMothrr
i imux. tacJrirtft.ixuiNO
Nighta of Painful Watching with
sick and crying children can be
avoided by the use of MRS. WIN-
SLOWS SOOTHING SYRUP. It
j relieve the little aufferer from
nam, dispels Wind Colic, Regulates
I the Stomach and Bowels. Corrects
I Acidity, and during the pioceas of
teething, is invsluable. '
crir r a f i nwo tup ivydt r
I wish to notify tht Public
that I have received a shipment
of SWASTIKA SUGAR ETE
Which I will dellver'to any part
of the district at a discount for
J, J. QUILL
AH deliveries made promptly.
Phone 50 or 61G.
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