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Sunday Morning, August 2b I92i
THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW
Page Five
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zrik I Northern Pacific 724
.' 15 AWAV AMD JUST , AT TH E FROhfT I k'WP&t Tm k XP THANHS JUST THE TTlV Va VfP Pan American 42
Tom Has pQ' B ' h- fS HpuHicStee, . 4ff
' . rr" " ' Ignited Drug 61 '
, . " Westlnghouse .. 42 V
7 I International war flotations held with- Willys 6Vi
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FOR SALE REAL. EST AT
FOR SALE In Warren District,
beautiful cement and brick houses;
are you located where you wish to
spend the winter? If not let us
find what you want. Phone us
your wants. READ THIS We
can sell you houses for one-fourth
the builders' construction price.
Think of it, 25 per cent of the cost
price. You do not have to have
J 100 to buy a home; we can sell
for less than $100, cash down and
tell us what you want. Insurance
lines, Fire, Life, Accident, Plate
Glass Automobile, Liability, Bond
ing, Burglary, Riot, Civil Commo
tion, etc. Collins. & Bretherton & YOK SALE OR RENT Store- build
Frazier. Phone 26. 51 Main St. ing, known as Wilbourne & Dodd's,
L. T. F.
796-8-2 S-tf
FOR SALE 4-room modern house,
sleeping porch, in good condition, 2 .
lots; prico $2750, Warren. I
Six-room house, completely furnished, j
a bargain, at $1050, nice home, j
well located, west Boulevard, price '
sanno I
Suvnn.rnnm tiniiutv tinrtlv furnished. '
' . UVHHW, ft'--
in good condition, Higgins mil,
price 1850.
Four-room house, corner lot, garage,
a bargain, Bakerville, price $950.
These and ether bargains; list ,your
property with me for rent or sale.
1 represent eight old reliable fire
insurance companies; let me look
after your insurance. M. C. High,
Allen Block. Phone 5 791-8-28-tI
FORSALE F,jve-room cement bung
alow, furnished or unfurnished on j
Boule vard' Warren.
Telephone 953.
790-9-4
i
FOR PALE A bargain, 2Vi lots, ;
three-room house, well furnished for
family of four, with bath, two sheds I
garden, all for $1200; good title.!
with small cash payment, balance j
$20 per month. - Mrs. Jack Soren
Bon, 29 E. Laundry Hid. 760-8 23
FOR SALE Nice, comfortable home
3 -room house, front and back porch,
Well, fruit and shade trees. Phone
631-W. 768-8 30 I
FOR SALE House and lot in Ba- j FOR RENT 3 rooms and kitchen
kerville, garage, $1200, $500 down, j ette, apartment newly papered ana
balance monthly. Apply Geo. Ser-, scrupulously clean, unfurnished, 510-B
tic, opposite C. & A. hospital.
780-8-28
FO SALE FUr:ITURE
FOR-SALE Gas range and round
hot water heater, 512 Tombstone
Canyon. 815-8-30
FOR SALE Household furniture.
Phone 735. Mrs. Harry Wright,
607 Powell St., Warren. 788-8-28
FOR SALE Furniture for four
rooms with privilege of renting one
cX the most up-to-date bungalows in
Bisbee, cheap rent, one block from
post office, no hills or steps to
climb. Phone 67. Mr. Jarboe.
782-8-28
FORSALE-bOGS
ton. &AL.H. iwo lemaie SpUz-rom-perainien
pups, 6 weeks old; white
one tor $15; black for $25, if taken
within the next two weeks': dandv
watch dogs. Apartment 10, - Rex
Arms, O. K. Street. Phone 919.
787-8-30
rvn ot.t. Mlobtut-ANtOUtt
FOR SALE One 3d vv inchetter ta.
bine, 12-gauge pump gun. Phone
309. 794-8-il
FOR SALE CHEAP 60 ft. six-inch I
casing. P. O. Box 1796. 766-S-30 j
" r-"OR SALE F"AR M S '. I
FOR SALE 160 acres oi land, all
under fence and grubbod; 80 acres
rabbit proof and some under culti
vation; i gasoline engines, one &&
Horse power with 6-ln. centrifugal
pump on It; thl is qn an 11-foot ;
cemented well; have three wells in
all; one 8-horse power on other
well with four inch cntritugal
iifnin- two u'lnrl mills, till kinds if
farming imni..mnnt uu.-t. a w.'FOR RENT Furnished four-room
ons. etc.: chickens, cows, horses
11 mi nirkovH nil pn wi t ti t,i:nt- . :
ter piped all over place and plenty
of it; wells cuu not be pumped do;
iobe cempTarteAiNTKU Chocolate dipper Mo
use with Urge porch all I Shorter s. iSLSJJS
one 7-1
eu House witn urge iorc
round: everilhlnu that is needed i
to make u farm complete, such as
milk house, barns, thicken houses,
nfo- furniturn im lurfpil Thu I i.n
of the best places luythu valley.
Reason for selling, am a widow and
cannot farm it myself. Mrs. Lucy
Giragi, 728 17th street, Douglas, Aii
t zona. , , . . 818-9-4
- ' ;! i 1
FQR ALE'-- 320 acres of land, 2Vi
'miles cast of Osborn; fenced, three
j separate pastures,' 3-room house,
with front p.nd back porc'a.s. good
well, windmill, cow shed, thicken
yard and house, big adobe' out
house, with shed for tar, 18 bearing
fruit trees, 14 head of cattle. For
particulars, see Vernon Ward, at
C. & A. Boiler Shop, Lowell, or
write Box 873. Warren. 717-9 22
FOR SALE i Piano and furniture.
Broadway Rooming House, Corner
Broadway and Brewery Gulch.
819-8-31
KOH bALt MOl OACYI.ES
nOK SAL.i Rebuilt motorcycles,
guaranteed in first class condition.
$100 and up. Billie Ryan, Johnson
Addition. 587-9-4
FOR SALE TYPEWRITERS
FOR SALE Underwood typewriter,
with large size carriage for busi
ness use: In good condition. Price
$65. Call Country Club, 241.
775-8-31
FOR SALE OR RENT
in Tombstone Canyon, with fixtures
living rooms over store. Phone or
wrile Murray & Loyn Co., trustees,
Douglas, Arizona. 778-9-1
FOR RhJSTl
FOR RENT ROOMS
FOR RENT
Two nicely furnished
rooms.
521 Ruppe Avo., Warren.
777-8-31
p6r
RENV.
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS
FOR RENT :.Two large furnished
housekeeping rooms; - larsf
clothes closets, light, water and
bath furnished. Plicae 937.
817-9-4
FOR RENT Tixee furnished rooms
for light housekeeping at Durley
House, Johnson Addition. 4-ioom
house unfurnished. Phcne 309.
795-S-31
FOR RENT Four housekeeping
rooms, bath and telephone, also sin
gle room, 17 Temby Avenue. Phone
533. Mrs. Brazil. 765-8-30
FOR KENT
HOUSES "
FOR RENT 5-room house unfur
nished on Vista, Warren. Phone
565-J, or call at 121 Vista. 771-8-31
rOK RENT APARTMENTS
Brophy Ave.
811-8-31
FOR RENT Two 3-room furnished
apartments, sleeping porches, bath,
gas. John Ceron, Blacknob View,
Warren. 789-9-4
FOR RENT Furnislied, moceri
apartments. Rent reasonable. Ap
ply Mrs.. Beene, 37 Johnson Avenue,
Jonnson Addition. 784-8-30
FOR RENT Desirable apartment,
California bungalow, 713-C Tomb
stone. Canyon. Mrs. Bell. . 779-9-1
FOR RTCNTnone 3Toom furnished
apartment, Quality Hill. Inquire
184-A Quality Hill. Phone 371.
777-8-28
J FOR RtNT Clean iuinisned apart
ments, 740 Lcckim car btop. laeai
for teachers. Phone 425. 764-8-2S
FOR RENT Two and 3 room apart
ment3, furnished with bath. Castk
Rock, 131-A Tombstone Canyon, $li
and $15. 761-8-2S
FOR RENT 2 and 4 room apart-,
ments, furnished modern, screen
porch. Lorua 39. Art Avenue.
722-9-20
FOR RENT Nicely iumisheu
apartment; 3 large rooms; private
bath; water and telephone free,
choice part of Warren; one block
from car line. Phone 417. 702-8-3i
rwrt rtfc rU rOHNlSrlEO HUUsti
FOR RENT 4-room furnished nou:,C
good location, near car line. War
ren. Phone 810-J. 816-8-31
FOR RENT 4-room furnished house
24 Blacknob Street, Warren
809-9-4
! FOR RENT 3-room furnished house
Apply No. 6 Mansfield Ave., by.
high school. Phone 557. 785-9-2
bungalow, sleepmg porch. Warren
I'hone J-573
769-8 28
WAN lED
WANTED Two teachers to loon.
board, nice room with bath ant.
gas hoat, near Greenwey- school. Mrs
Edna Davey. Phone 973-J. 773-8 31
CLERKS, (men, women) over 17, loi
postal mail service, $1.'J0 month
examination September; cxperienci
unnecessary; for free particulars
write R. Terry (former Civil Set
vico ' examiner), 136- Continental
Bldg.J Washington, D. C. 746-8-28
WANTED FEMALE HELP
do hoiuiework; room and board. In
house work; room and -ooard. In'
quire 33 Johnson Ave., Johnson Ad
dilion. 793-9-4
WANTED Girl for housework
must speak En-iish: stay at rJghta
V.'aoh and iron well. ol4 U Hara
St., Mabou Hill. 810-8 31
Classified Advertisements are received at the business office until 11 p. m. for
Insertion the following morning. If you are unable to bring your advertisement
to The Review office, call Telephone No. 39, and a courteous employe will ac
cept your advrtlsement for Insertlpn the following morning. Classified adver
tising 's takn for Insertion by the day, week or month, but no ads can be ac
cepted to run Indefinitely. , Cnarges for. want ads are strictly a matter o ac
commodation. nv ledger amounts bing kpt. and memorandum bills are sent out
each day for ads Inserted the previous day. These accounts are due upon
presentation. .
WANTED
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED To buy,
drill. Phone 542-W.
well.
forge, anvu,
Box 3661, Lo-814-9-4
WANTED MALE HELP
BE A DETECTIVE $50-$luo week
ly; travel over worlu; experience
unnecessary. American Detective
Agency, 212 Lucas, St. Louis.
734 8-28
STAltlTNOvV, YTAlfcrAT Auto Repair
School. Los Angeies.
o 4-6-31
UKbSi-MAKlNU
DRESSMAKING, Sewing oi all kinds.
Mrs. Mabel Corn, 205 Van DyKe St.,
Warren. 776-8-31
SEAMSTRESS will go out by the day.
Phone 542-W. 44 Garden Hill, John
son Addition. 758-8-28
r'ASmONABLE ' dressmaking, nexi
door to Echo btuuio, Tombstone
Canyon. 664-9-13
WANTED AGENTS AND
SALESMEN
WANTED Roliable lady to take
agency for our guaranteed fast col
or quality housedresses. Refer
ences required. Dumville .& Co.,
Look port, N. Y. 797-8-28
MAN to sell and deliver our house
hold necessities in Douglas and sur
rounding territory; no experience
necessary; no capital needed; sell
on commission; bond and refer
ences required. Grand Union Tea
Co., Pueblo, Colo., 112 W. 4th St.
812-9-1
-t
LARGE SHIRT MANUFACTURER
Wants agents to sell complete line
of shirts direct to wearer; exclu- j
slve patterns; big values; free sam- j
pies. Madison Mills, 503 Broadway,
New York. 668-8-28
.HAKE $300 to $500 per month distrib- j
utinrr v2 noriH f irt a oaai' norma nonf
TV Ul IV f VAV1U)IC IV 1 IVI J 4 U IV'IOV
bile Iree. Write for particulars.
w ir r. -.l 11 ( 1 a f aitrlrr.rv f out etYr
Speedohno Co., Dept.
Texas.
153, Dallas,
742-8-28
MAN OR WO..1AN WANTED, salary
$36 full time; 75c an hour spare
time; selling guaranteed hosiery to
wearer; experience unnecessary. In
ternational Mills, Norristown, Pa.
747-8-28
NEW IDEA in "gummed labels; Com
plete line; also gummed tape and
sealing machines; exclusive; sure
repeater, big commissions. Hokan
son Co., 622 W. Lake, Chicago.
813-8-2S
Legal Notices
NOTICE
OF APPLICATION
FOR
U. S. PATENT
MINERAL SURVEY NO. 3738
SERIAL NO. 051480
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
William. F. Cowan, whose postotfice
address is Bisbee, Arizona, on behaif
jf himself and co-owner, Chase L.
turdy, whose postoliice address is the
name place, has made application for
a patent for the following lode min
ing claim, situated in the Warren Min
ing District, Cochise County, state 01
Arizona, in Sections 12 and 13, T. 2
S., R. 23 E., and Sections 7 and lb.
f. 23 S., R. 24 E., G. & S. R. B. & M..
which claims is described as foiiows;
VERDE NO." THREE: Beginning ac
f!nr No. 1. lliM N
E. Cor., whence
.he Cor. of Sees. 12 and 13. T. T. s..
A. 23 E., and Sees. 7 and 18. T.-23. S.,
R. 24 E.. G. & S. R. B. & M.. brs. S.
34 deg. 21 sec. W.. 295.0 ft.; thence S
j aeg. zi Bee. i.duu.u it, to t;or
.s'o. 2, the S. E. Cor.; thence S. 79
leg. 49 mia. W. 600.0 ft. to Cor. No.
J, the S. W. Cor.; thence N. 6 deg. 17
.nia. W. 1,500.0 ft. to Cor. No. 4, the
N. W. Cor.; tbeuoo N. 79 deg. 49 min
A., 600.0 ft. to Cor. No. 1, tho place
A beginning, containing a net area
jf 20.150 acres.
The amended location notice of said
VERDE NO. THREE claim is ; coord
jd in the County Recorder's Office,
Cochise County, Arizona, in Book 60.
Records of Mines, at page 525.
Adjoining claims: East, Verde No.
6 lode, unsurveyed, owned by;.Q. jW
itaiu bo. et al. South, Survey No. 349b
Vaqui Scout lode. West. Survey No
3711, Verde No. 2 lodo; Verde No. I
lode, unsurveyod, owned by C. W
Raiubo, et al.
C HAS. E. MARSHALL,
Register.
United States Land Oirke, Phoenix
AiUouj. Julv 13. 1921.
First publication 7-15-21.
IVllbCliLXANEUUS
"TWENTY ACRES AND PLENTY'
Free book aoout Florida. Tens the .
truth. Monthly payments, ea !
te.ms. Orange groves planted. Syi-'
vester E. Wnson, Depi. Ai-3Z4, ur-
lando, Fla. 806-8-24
PRINTING at pre-war prices; 1000
business cards, 2x2, 2.uo; lUOu
bond letterheads, $0; 1000 6 3-4 eu
lOiopes, $&; postpaid; quality Print
lop, 230 Court St., Los Angeies,'
Calif.
807-8-28
LOST
LOST Hallmark Ladies' .vrusi
watch. Initials L.Vv." set in dia
mond slflpe on back; reward if re
turned to Review dfnee. 792-8-28
WE WILL pay $2.50 per copy for cop
nes in lair condition, of Ralph E. Ei-
hnwood's booK, "Behind tne Ger-.
man Lines." L.ast year we put tnis
book on sale in Bisbee at $1.25 per ,
copy. Ball Drug Store. 786-8-26-tf
a feuTion axe weTuhyToaiig"Tady
wisnes correspondence with respec-
tauie gentleman, matrimonially in- ,
ciined. liox t'i, Aic iSia., Los An
geles, Cal. i, . 435-S-28
RANCHER, worth $112,u00, wanio
wne. Ladies, write (Gllj, B-dl,
Club, Cimarron, Kansas. V39-8-28
MARRY Girl, 19, worth $35,000; wid- j Central theatre Tuesday and Wednes
ow, 36, worth $55,0o0. Hundreds ; day and Eagle theatre Thursday,
wealthy. List free, Sunflower Club, ' John Ince, directing the production,
B-42, Crmarron, Kansas. 735-8-2S has used all of the methods of crook
TbTN6TrroFesimrciub. Thousands tniS advocated by police official
lone1V ones helonr: senrl sramt..
envelope 2928 Broadway, Chicago.
557-8-2S ;
MAituV rOR WKAL'iH, happiness
Hundreds rich, attractive, congen
ial, willing to wed. Photos free. z6
years' experience.' Mrs. Warn, 50
Lankershim Bldg., Los Angeles,
Cal. , 741-8-28
GET MARRIED Bast Matrimonial
paper published; free for stamp.
Correspondent, Toledo, Ohio.
736-8-28
j ATTRACTIVE little lady with money
must marry soon. .Box 55, Oxford,
Fla. 805-8-28
j CIVIL Engineer, 27- worth
$40,000,
League,
804-8-28
win marry. W-Box 43U,
Columbus, Ohio.
HOTEL owner, 55, worth $6C,Cyo,
warns wife. U-Box 35 League, To
ledo, Ohio. , . 801-8-28
WIDOW, 42, worth $30,006, will mar
ry. O-Box 325, Club, Ft. Wayne, ,
Ind.
805-8-28
LADY, 26, 1 witU'means, would marry.
X-Box 1134,'' League, Detroit. Mich.
803-8-28
BUSINESS CHANCtS
i PRUr ITABLE
established business
for $S50; own a comfortable busi
nass; factory with million dollars
assets opening direct factory stores.
Every dollar guaranteed by mer
chandise; factory back right man
for several thousand dollars, as con
ditions warrant. Qualifica:.M:-,
honesty, industrious and- $850.
Write B.' L. Hayt'ord, Manager,
South Bend, Indiana. 808-8-28
DETECTING CIL LEAKS ,
A simple way to detect an oil leak
I i3 to place a clean sheet of paper un
I derneath the car. The average grimy
1 Karage floor would not show such a
leak.
NOTICE
Wo are remodeling Ladies' Suits
as well as making new ones.
Tony LocknarLfpdne0s;eT4iilor
Rear Bank of Lowell Bldg., Lowell
Palmer's Business School
First National Bank Bldg.
( Douglas, Ariz.
I iy .ip.jandi E..jpalm'er )
Shorthand and Typewriting taught
by Court Reporter
Day and Night Schools
For full information phone 218
Douglas or write Box 678
Douglas, Arizona
rffrnilirniniiMiiMMiiiMii'aiiiHI;
STOCK MARKET
NEW YORK, Aug. 2. Stocks to-
') day continued to recover from recent
! acute depression, but fell back when
;' professional sources resumed pres-
surie- . i
'1 he initial rally carried leader ot
he oil. equipment rail and motor di-
final quotations. Shippings, sugar
and miscellaneous issues also
strengthed.
The reaction began with furt'm.1
liquidation of United States Rubber
common and first preferred, both fell
ing to new low records. The weak
ness was explained when a statement,
of the company's operations for the
first six montns disclosed a deficit
01 about $4,875,000.
Declines embraced some secondary
or low1 priced rails. New Haven
broke nearly two points but maae
partial recovery at the heavy closed
Sales amounted to 235,000 shares.
lionds were dull and highly irregu
lar, including Liberty . issues, which
snowed mixed gains anu recessions.
;
j tt 9
feOIUeOne 111 XlOUSe
. I m J
At Central luesuay
Just how far modern police methods
have eclipsed the efforts of the de
tective of fiction will be shown on the
screen for the fust time in "Some
one in the House,'' the Metro special
all-star production whiith comes to the
m lne unravelling 01 me crime mja
tery pictured in this production.
In the telling of the story everj
phose of New York life trom the
mysterious haunts of the underworld
to a luxurious summer home on Long
Island is faithfully reproduced. To
accomplish this it was necessary to
bring shrubbery, flowers and even
trees to the Metro studio grounds at
Hollywood, California, from the east,
in order to provide the riecessarj
haokirrfiiind of NAw York sinrl Tm"
j Island verdure.
The great studio lots at Hollywood
were converted into a country place
with a spacious borne that might havt
been lifted from its 'resting place on
the shores of Long Island Sound
From the automobile approaches in
the front of the walled-in formal gar
den in the rear, not a detail has been
overlooked.
CAFE MaRNl
CHLENTZ09 BROS.
12 Main Street
EXCELLENT
BISBEE
CUISINE
NOTICE
All kinds of Repair Work done on
Saddles, liarness, Vehicles, and
Chairs; also Upholstering. All
work guaranteed and promptly
done. GOODYEAR SHOE SHOP
First Class Shoe Repairs Allen Blk.
DR. L. R. WHITE
Dentist
ST. REGIS HOTEL, LOWELL
Office Hours:
9 to 12 A. M., and 1 to 5 P. M.
'Phone 89
Dr. A. M. Wilkinson
Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat
Office at 1250 Tenth Street
Douglas, Arizona
At Copper Queen Hotel every
Saturday, 2 to 5 p. m.
Effective April 21, 1921
Bisbee-Cochise Stage
DAILY SERVICE
By way of Torest Ranch, Gleason,
Courtland, Pearce.
Making' connections with S. P.
trains for Globs and Miami.
Also connections at Forest Ranch
for Douglas.
Cars leave Bisbee 8:30 a. m.
Arrive Cochise 12:10 p. m.
Leave Cochise 3:30 p. m.
Arrive Bisbee 6:30 p. m.
Rervatlons may be made at
BI"hQ Ano Co., 'Phone S
Silver Market
NEW YORK, Aug. 21. Bar silver,
1 American', stf ; foreign 62.
Liberty Bonds
NEW YORK, Aug. 27. Liberty
bonds closed: 3s $87.60; first s
fSZ.66; second 4s $87.60; first 4V4s
$87.84; second 4'4s $87.74; third 4V4S
$91.84; fourth 4Vis $87.96;. Victory
3 3-4s-$98.76 bid; Victory 4 3-4a $98.78.
Cotton Market
NEW YORK, Aug. 27. Cotton
closed steady at a net advance of 27
to 37 points.
Clearing House Report
NEW YORK, Aug. 27. The ac
tual condition of clearing house banks
and trust companies for the ween
shows that they hold $5,809,580 re
serve in excess of legal requirements.
This is a decrease of $11,166,090 from
last week.
WEEKLY STATEMENT
NEW YORK, Aug. 27. Deflation
of values in the securities market at
tained more impressive dimensions
ihis week, when nearly forty differ
ent stocks broke into new low terri
tory for the year. The political ele
ment figured in the week s develop
ments. Banking' and business inter
ests expressed disappointment at fail
ure of congress to formulate definite
policies regarding railroads, tariff and
taxation before recessing. f .
Rails were least affected and many
excellent July statements of earnings
were submitted pronounced diminu
tion, however, of the recent demand
for bond3 and high grade stocks were
generally attributed to absence of leg
islative relief.
Increase of production from early
August low levels was reported in
many basic industries. The notable
exception was furnished by the steel
and iron trade, where further reduc
tion of price and wage schedules ex
erted little influence.
Additional expansion of federal
bank reserves and steady inflow or
gold strengthened the impression that
the final quarter of the year was like
ly to briig another reduction of redis
counts and interest rates. Well in
formed bankers believed,
however,
that the attitude of the federal ie
serve board in this connection, hinges
on further liquidation of grain and
cotton bills at western and southern
points.
Discussion of the foreign exchange
.... . 7 .
, " " " 0
a tin if mnu I rpunriinnna r-j i-mon nuvt
week. In round figures, these were
estimated at $100,000,000, half of
which may. be deposited here, the bal
ance going to London. . .
NEW YORK STOCKS
Furnished by L. J. OVERLOCK. BROLEK
. Correspondtni Logan- cV Bryan
Vmerican Can 25
American Car ... 12Z
American Siiftar
Atchison .
Alt Gulf"
61 U i
MVi
21'i;
American l-iocomotive . . S3
American Smelter 3Hi
American Wool 691,?
Baldw in 734
Bethlehem li ' 48H
Baltimore & Ohio 3614
Chesapeake & Ohio l
Canadian Pacific 113 -7
Central Leather ! 21
Com Prod ". 65'i
Cosdon 1 . 21
Crucilile 52 '-i
Onlian Cane 7V&
Famous Players 61
General Motors ... 9 14
Great Northern Ore 2"-
Great Northern Pfd 71
Goodrich 30
Ind Alcohol 16 'i
COLLINS & BRETHERTON
BROKERS
8TOCKS AND BONDS
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO UNLISTED
Phone 28 STOCKS p- - Bo
L. J. OVERLOCK, Broker
Correspondents: Paine, Weber oV Co., Boston, Duluth, Calumet
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO COPPER STOCK
LOGAN & BRYAN, NEW YORK AND CHICAGO
NEWTON'S AUTO STAGE
Leaves Naco 8:04, 11:tO, 2:00, 6:0.
Leaves Blsbes t:M. 12:0, 1:0c
FARE 7ft CENTS SPECIAL TRIPS S.OO PHONK S02F2
CONNECTIONS FOR CANANEA
NACO, ARIZONA i.
I BISBEE PHONE 6 TOMBSTONE PHONE M
I ROCKHILL'S STAGE
BISBEE TOMBSTONE
'Leave Bisbee Auto Co. Leave Arlington Hotel
8:15a.m. 11 :0a a. m.
1:30 p.m. 8:00 p.m.
6E.VLN PASSENGLR CARS CAREFUL DRIVtRft
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NEW YORK COPPERS
Furnished by L. J. OVERLOCK. BROKER
Corrttpondtnt Logan cV Bryan
Anaconda , . 3314
Cerro D P 2114
Chino J 207,
Chile . 9i
Greene Cananea
Inspiration
Kennecolt
Miami
30 'i
1SH
19
9S
11H
42
Nevada Consolidated
Hay Consolidated
Shattuck
Utah
BOSTON COPPERS
Furnishtd by L. J: OVERLOCK. BROKER
Corrttpondtnt Lot an Or firvm
Arizona Commercial
Calumet & Arizona
Calumet & Hecla
Copper Range
Kast Butte
Davis Daly
Hancock
Mohawk
New Cornelia !
North Butte
Osceola
Seneca
S & Li
7
30Va
SVs
44
13 -S?i
23
It
1H
. 11
Wolverine
GRAIN
Sept Corn
Doc Corn
Sept Wheat
Dec Wheat
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. &4S
-121
-122
CURBS
Furnish by L. J. OVERLOCK. BROKER
Corrttpondtnt Loean V Bryan
Ahumada
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3-16
18
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35
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(5
11
Consolidated Copper
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Dundee' , , , ,
Jerome Verde
Magma Chief ,
Magma. '.
MbiiI Hawk
Kay
Gadsden
Kay Hercules
Tom Reed
Telluride
Vnited Kastern
Verdo Kxtension
Verde Combination
Shea
3-1
25
2
Wolverine & Arizona
OATMAN
Furnishtd by COLLINS & BRETHERTON
Broktrt
Bid Ask
BUT Jim 2 3
t Gold Dust , 6 15
- 'Gold Reed
Gold Cliff
Go'd Ore
, Lucky Boy
j Merry Widow
i u?,nyfide "
Telluride
2
3
9
.. 65
... 2.20
19
3
Tom Ufe4
t'nited Kastern
t'nited American
United Western
Red Lion
2.25
OTHER CURBS
Fumishtd by COLUNS & BRETHERTON
Brokers
Bid Ask
Ahumada , 2.50 2.15
Green Monster 12 IS
Krunclon . l.H
Dundee .
Gadsden
Verde Central
62
40
17
45
1.50
19
7
35
12
Jerome Verde
Ark -Arizona
Hull Copper
30
2.00
20
C
20
I Mairma Chief
Wolverine Arizona
Shea
25
13
25
2.0O
25
1.0-J
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Verdo
Combination
Shea ... ,.
Nitfit Hivuk
North Tiers
Consolidated Copper ..
Nacozari Consolidated
90
OIL STOCKS
Calumet OH
Owenwood ..
Roynlty & Producers
Southwestern O & D
Weimar
20
15
10
4
3
10
13
25

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