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stub4 - THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW and an purpose to asked...
THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW and an purpose to asked a deficit of being commission. reports seven county, Gila, $13-154.906; and been two and still yet practi-! brings fall in Jupiter turning over American wiu evening on the knowledge declares by the the department employed, -in securing en and these minority who campaign Tras-mus corps, SAM BROWN v fcrm xF4 H.cs Here is Stubby, official mascot of the A. E. F., just after General Pershing hadi decorated him as a wounded hero. Stubby, the property of J. Robert Conroy, engaged in 17 battles with the 26th Division. Notice that both the general and the mascot are wearing Sam Brown belts, which Pershing made a part of all officers' uniforms soon as he became chief of staff. Henry Ford Makes New Offer To Buv U. S. Nitrate Plant WASHINGTON, July 19. Government action on Henry Ford s offer to take over the nitrate plant as Mussel Shoals, Alabama, for cenversion into p fertilizer plant, may await conferences between Secretaries Weeks and Mellon, it was said today. Melon, officials said, is regarded as an authority on hydraulic power, adding that Weeks would probably ask congress for general authority to- lease the Mussel Shoals plant in order to facilitate negotiations with Ford or others from whom offers might be recievd. There are reports that the Dupont interests and other chemical oencerns are considering submitting offers for the plant. Ford's scheme for providing fertilizer FOR STUBBY- MAY FORM COMPANY PHOhNIX, July 19. H. H. Wrenn, of Florence, was in Phoenix yesterday to confer with-Adjutant General Walter S. Ingalls, of the Arizona National Guard, relative to the preliminary steps necessary to organization of a National r Guard company of infantry in Florence. ill SWEET Favorable report coordination dealing ordered committee. ed in of the under the education, the right physician operation Senator told the up CT: etf Mli

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  1. Bisbee Daily Review,
  2. 20 Jul 1921, Wed,
  3. Page 2

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