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MINERAL APPLICATION NO. 016304
Mineral Application No 016804,
United States Lana omce, Phoenix,
Arizona, Aug. 29. 1912 Notice is
hereby given that James SI Howlett,
whoso postofflco address is Kelvin.
Arizona, has made application for pat
ent to tan American lorin claim
Mineral Survey No. 2831, situated ap
proximately in Tp 23, B. It. 24 E. U.
& S. R. B. & SU Warren Mining Dis
trict, Cochise County, Arizona, de
scribed as follows: Beginning at Cor.
No. 1 whence U. S SI. SI. No. 4 War
ren Slinlng District brs N. 46 des.
26 min. W. 3231.6 ft., thence N. 74 deg.
30 mln. E. 300.4 ft to Cor. No. 2.
theice S. 32 deg. 06 min. K. 82.7 ft,
to Tor. No 3. thonrA S SK !" jr.
min. W. 32S R fl. to fVir No I thonro
N. 32 deg. 00 mln. W. 10 ft to Cor.
No. 1 the place of the beginning. The
location notice of the American claim
Cochise County, Arizona, in Book 32
at pace 557. Adjoining claims are
Virginia lodo Sur. No. 1347 on the
north- ClTmT.nA lnrlA Iili- TCn 1313 oti
tiie east and Baton Rouge lode Sur.
No. 1398 on the south. Area In con
flict with Virginia lode Survey No.
1347 amounting to 0.033 acres is ex
pressly excluded from this application.
riuvnn. a. raiiivcm
Date of First publication September 1,
Ttlfi BtgBEE DAILY REV IEW. BiSBEE..Aki2oA,. SUNDAY
- I I1W I IML. ur rUOL.1 -t. I U II I mHmm
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Olflce at Phoenix, Ari
zona. October 9th, 1912.
NOTICE is hereby gicn that Wil
liam J. Beruer, of Garccs, Arizona,
who. on February 18th, 1910 made
application to make final proof under
the Small Holdings Act, entry. No.
09098. for S. E. 1-4 N. W.. 1-4 S. W.
1-1 N. E. 1-4, N. W. 1-4 S. E 1-4, N E.
1-4 S. W. 1-4. Section 9, Township 23
S, Range 20 E.. G. & S. K. Meridian,
has filed notice of intention to make
Final Proof, to establish claim to the
land atoe described, before I. D.
Taylor, United States Commissioner,
at Bisbee, Arizona, on the 16th day
of November, 1912, and will prove
possession by myself or predecessors
In Interest for more than 20 years
prior to survey by two of the follow
Robert Todd, of Garces Arizona:
James K. Kelley. Carets, Arizona;
Caleb A. Newman, of Garces, Ariz.
Joseph F. Lippert, of Blsbee, Ariz.;
FRANK H. PARKER,
ORDINANCE NO. 182
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SEC-
TION 5 AND 8 OF ORDINANCE
NO. 107 OF THE CITY OF
BISBEE, BEING FOR THE PRO
TECTION OF PERSONS AND
PROPERTY IN SAID CITY
FROM DAMAGE BY FIRE.
BE IT ORDAINED by the Major
and Common CouiiUl of tho nitv
Blsbee as follows:
Section 1. Section 3 of Ordmanco
No. 107 of this Citv lioini? an orrfi.
nance entitled "Ordinance No. 107. An
urumance 'or tho Protection of Per.
soii3 and I ropertj :n the City of Bis-
boc from Damage by Fire" is here-
bv amended o as to read as follows.
'Sec. 5. It snail be unlawful for
SliV nerson to lcn stored op on hnnrl
i)on any lot or premises within the
corporate umils ol tnis City any
quantity whatever of blasting powder,
dynamite or like explosive, or any
kerosene or other kind or burnin; oi
explosive fluids or oil! in a quantltj
in excess of five gallons, but this
cbali not annlv tn ilu- ruh. or ihnvn
lawfully enpaged in the sale of such
arcicies, wncn iii8 bann. khall be
ktpt in a uuildiiig which is lire-proof
as prescribed by the Ordinances of
this city. it shall bn unfautnl for
any person within the fire limits of
Pllrl nifV to lillt tin ni fnilnf.il. nt...
!-- -i' .i.i.w,. i.i.i. .aiivjr .mailing niuusiry s oenesi,
stove pipe or other flue or chimney, where a people is aligned against all
Ci'CODtln" a substantial hnr-V stnnp urrnin ac.illiti- i.- k hi,..
' - --- - --.-,
"'"li" uuulu ruuauvjr, pipo or
flue, or constructed of substantial
con combustible material nf ltkn
J character with the materials men
tioned, wncn ttic same shall pass
through any wooden or other com
bustiblc roof, floor, ceiling or wall of
building, or to line the ceilings of
rny buildings wihh-.said limits witt
s-otton, wood or other combustiblo
Sec. 2. Section S of said Ordinance
No. 107 is hereby amended so as to
rend as follows.
' Sec. 8. AH smoke fllues or
smoke escapes of any kind for fire
ihall be so ronfitmrtrrl nnrt main.
iained that the top of the same shall
txienu it least t.vo and one half feel
above the filghest point of tho root
of tho building in which they are
situated. Should any wooden build
ing bo adjacent to such smoke es
capes within a limit of ten feet, then
such escape mi:st extend two anu
Sec. 3. This Ordinance shall be in
one hall feet abov tho highest part
ct such adjacent building."
force from and nftrr Its unssT-r. ami
due publication as by law provided.
i-assca oy me common council or.
this City of Bisbee on the 6th day or
Approved by Ibe Slayor on th
Ilth day of November. 1912.
Attest: SI. L. BLTLER,
City Clerk. 585
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior,
L". S Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona,
November 13th, 1912
NOTICE is hereby riven that Jere
miah M. Rich, of SlcNeal, Arizona,
'vuo, on July 2nd. I90S, made Home-
ieui entry, .o. ot, tor w 1-2 NW 1-1
una v i-s bw m, secuon t. Town
ship 21 S, Range 26 E., G & S R
Slerldlan, has filcl notice of Inten
Hon to malfM flnnl Ttinw ipp itrLnf
'- " - .- ..w . .. j'IW'1
to establish clam, f 0 ,tIio land aoovo
described, before 'Jared-D. Tailor. UJ
c cuuinisioner, -at jtieoeev jSTUotui,
Claimant names as witnesses:
John Burrows, of 1ra-rll Arlr
James Park Emery, of SlcNeal, Ariz.
William Dietzman. of McNal. AHsl
John F. Peace, of McNeal, Ariz.
FRANK H. PARKER,
T ,- - w7T',T1?'!rlMSPffProi
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Department of The Interior.
V. S. Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona
November 13tb., 1912
NOTICE is hereby clvpn thnt Ti.n.
as I. Pointer, of Garces, Arizona, who
un .narcn xitn, i07, mado Homestead
enty. No. 03643. for Sl-2 NW1-4.
SV 1-4 NE 1-4 of Section 20 and Add'i
Mitry 01933C, Oct 1H12 for SE1-4 NB
1-4 Sec. 20 Township 23 S.. Rango 21 E.
C. & S. R. Meridian, has filed notico
of Intention to make. Final the year
l.roof, to establish claim to the lane
above described fceforo Jared D. Tay
lur, U S. Commissioner, at Blsbee, Ari
zona, on the I7th day of December,
Claimant names as witnesses:
Horace W. Clarkson, of Blsbee, Ariz.
Peter M. Roas, of Garces, Ariz.
Jacob C. Baker, of Hereford. Ariz.
Charles F. Ilawley, of Blsbee, Arte.
FRANK H. PARKER,
Is hereby given that the firm of Ham
mack and Wjlliams is dissolved this
day, Nov. 14th., 'by mutual agreement.
Earl D Hammack retaining the busi
ness and assuming all obligations
EARD D. HAMMACK
W. T. WILLIAMS.
State of Arizona.
Since that memorable daj in his
tory when the Pilgrim Fathers and '
their (families , foregathered at Pl-"
mouth on Now !nr!anifV liln.lr irt.l -
barren coast and there gave reverent
iiunits to oou ror a bountllul hares '
and other blessings mercifully be
stowed, time has wrought its miracles I
iue oieaay marcn or empire has tak
en .ts westward waj , forest and plain
and nature's mighty elements havo
paid tribute to industry while state
after state has Jolnod a sisterhood
makliiir Min nnrlri'K rrp.ito:t nnti..
Youngest of all in statehood, but rich
In pcntcntiallties is our liolovori aw.
ona for whose accession to the pfiv
ileges of fcovcreiKntv we. hor citirpnM
are deeply grateful.
The spirit of progress pursues an
ideal. "Where there is no vision, tho
I.eOUle DcrislL" Behnhl n Potninon
wealth where uiarvcloub natural re
eources aro stored In mountain and
in aney awaiting industry's behest
0 UUH,.auo, nuvii; 4.11U IUUllbjr
ui a populace is almoner unto tho err
inc and affllCtral: nhprn Ihn mmrlr of
. ' - - i -.---J .
the past is forgotten 1n the plenty of
the present, where wilful want; where
manhood's honesty and courage aro
glorified and womanly virtue is re
ligion, where church and i,tate work iti
harmony for the general good.
Obeying nature's highest law. wc
are grateful to our Creator for our
sharc in tho upbuildirg of this joung
commonwealth, for the privilege of
giving posterity a heritage oven rich
er than our own; for the health and
hope that abide among our people,
for the material prosperity that gives
OUr homes, for tho nlritiuil im-
mat ieaas us in the path of rectitude:
for the family ties and bond3 of lovo
lhat hold us true to our loftinst alms
for the material prop rity that givc-v
sustenance to homo ana church and
NOW. TIIKRHPOIIH in Trr..nl.
tion of the Ueasings which wo have.
trceivca at. mo nanus or the supreme
Heine in conformity with n tlmo.hnn.
Ored rUKlnm of tho AmnHmn luonla
and in accordance with tho Proclama-
jion or me President of the United
States, I George W. P. Hunt, Governor
of Arizona, do hereby designate
THURSDAY. NOVEMBER Ttt'EN.
TV-EIGHTH, AS THANKSGIVING
DAY, and I do earnestly recommend
thai all shall bo deeply mindful of the
needy, the if ck and tho othpru l un
fortunate, while at altar and at fire
side gratitude- be shown for the cifts
of God's bestowing.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, , I
have hprpunto hM mv li.mrl nml r-;iti.rl
to be affixed the Great Seal of tho
State of Arizona.
Done at tho Capitol In the City of
1'liocnk this fourteenth day of No
vember, A. D. 1912.
GEORGE W. P. HUNT,
Governor ot Arizona.
SIDNEY P. OSBOR.N' , .
, SewlarVj-oKsTatoL S,
i " i
'"Judge, I ain't no .vagrant Tm In
hard luck now, but 4I'vo seen better
dais." "But thin nffirpr iivi von
have been arrested repeatedly." "He
-jiusi dc auuain to the times when I
owned sie own aulomoheeL"
"t f 4 ' t r " riw" -xs-am"" iwwirwt ' jj tvs k r -r i- ' v- ' nnw.i
MORNING, NOVEMBER 17,
vrk AN Ah
fli ' jii?hincdfrom Page 4)
toltMsit'eoner qn tEe warm siiBidl.
JiHtrjiW'eijfagea garden, fully keftey
)n ttUU rroVldenca had Becqmown
llyp and'ellvered Into .his hands hs
jjeItting -crlmlntd, strode forward and
'tapped Bedight authoritatively on th's
"Serves ye right, darn ye. Now you
icorae along with me!"
For answer Bedtght pirouetted la
the sand and, swinging hard, gave the
native a terrific smack on the jaw
with th flat of his hand. With a
howl of pain and outraged pride that
official turned ignomlnlously and ran
for cover, bawling threats of revenge
as he sped toward the village.
In her wet and dripping clothes the
girl sank precipitately upon the sand
and gave vent to screams of hysterical
laughter Under the Influence of her
rare good humor, Bedlght's ser(ptu
ness melted and ie, tpoj droppsfl
upon the fceich andiravreWeif$-ltj!U-
f -vbe.j. -CTri
. v ir
irons side of the situation In heart?
"But we've sot to get out of here."
anally protested the mayor, his face
lobering "I know these country con
itable fellows. That warden will be
Die" here in an hour with enough na-
!Wo 'alent to arrest a company of
eight riders. It's time for us to
IJ9 righted tbo boat and collected
ie flihing rods. The lunch basket
wa3 hooked with a clever cast and
thought to shore.
'Te not going to move a step from
her-," sbo declared firmly as he faced
about on the bsach, "until I I wring
-:t this awful wet skirt'" blushing
Ho looked at tho dress thoughtfully,
ft waa dripping water all about her.
Then his eyes fell unon her hif mn.
shade Without a word ho picked It
up, walked down tho dry beach and
stuck It In tho sand. Its dome at an
angle of forty-five degrees. Then he
came back and sat down on the prow
of the boat, his back to the umbrella.
The girl looked at him and then at
"Do you promise not to peekr In a
"I'm the sphinr," he said, quietly.
"Take your time and get it good and
dry. Er hang It on the umbrella,
you know where the sun can get at
He heard her soft footfalls In the
sand and waited. He waited a long
time. Once he almost fnrrot nnA -o
at the point of viewing the landscape
In her general direction, when he
heard a discreet cough and jerked his
head about-face,, giving himself up to
the cantankerous conduct of a fish
hawk pestering a kingfisher, much to
the vocallstlc annoyance of the latter,
who chattered angrily.
And then from the weedy country
road behind the hill thprAi-nm.i.
Vinewarden. and,nls assistants were
rBtilrnfnir ' ',
Would the girl never reappear?
Rushing toward the bill, the mayor
waved his arms and shouted:
"Ooback, you fellows! Go back,
there's a lady dressing! There's"
"Oh. Mr. Bedtght." cried c, c'sir
voice from the rear, "I'm read? "
The mayor turned and ran yrtdpl
faiely down .lh "SJU, tflj.ssjt, J;
ujsh Mji;w r mrr
WEEK ENDING NOVEMBER 16.
Tuesday t irst Degree.
George A. Bridge. W. if.
Basselt Watklns, Secy. F. fc A. H
J. T. Abram. H. P.
F. E. Bennett, T. I. M.
George A. Bridge, E. C.
W. R. Banks, Secy., Huachuca Coun
cil, R. A. SI. & K. T.
ORDER OF EASTCRN 8TAR
Pearl Chapter, No. 6.
Sleets In Masonic Hail
Second and Fourth
Wednesdays of each
Annn T.rAv tv M
Mrs. Luella. Snodgrass. Sec'y.
INITIATION Nov 27. 7 lo p. m. Sharp
SONORA LODGE NO. 23.
I. O. O. F.
m a o t mrr
Monday night In Eagle Hall
Visiting brothers cordially invited
W. L. Summers. N. G.
C. R. Perclval, Sec'y.
BISBEE LODGE NO. 10.
I. O. O F.
meets every "vveo
Odd Fellows- Hall AToln ct o on
Visiting brothers aro cordially invited
FRED YARCHO. N. G.
THOS BLAIR. Secretary.
ORDER OF OWLS.
ing first and
days of each
ODD FELLOW8 HALL.
C L. Means, Pres. G. J. Reardoa,
BROTHERHOOD OP AMERICAN
Richard L Homesteady 80S
meets second and fourth
Tuesday at Odd yellows'
Hall, visiting Archer are
1 w. c. R- Hoover, Foreman.
I E. D. Stinson, Correspondent, Box
W. O. w.
Woodmen of the World
meet at Fair Hall, the
second and fourth
Mondays of each
month. Visiting broth
era Invited to attend.
u. u. Thomas, C C
C. N. Thomas, Clerk.
rmnjursuic -Her wm rtr.i- -
the boat In safety and flung a derl
siTe isugn at tne angry warden's per
emptory command to:
"Come back here, gol darn ye, an
The girl watched tho man narrowly.
"If you. don't mind. Sir. Bedlght,
we'll ?o over an i)ia l. ,m, t .-
Island. There's a nice warm beach
over there and while I investigate the
fondltion of this lunch we can dry out
& bit. I'm not enlnsr harlr to (..
i'hotel In tha daylight!"
it was dusk when the two climbed
up the steps of the Squirrel Inn. The
Judge came forward officially to re
ceive the report.
"He's he's a nrfrt- nii.M.M ?
whispered Mae to Jackie as she
slipped by to her room.
On the beach of Arronr uin-.. ...
the leeward side, two snt nmni,.
that ihowed convincing evidence of
uv WTy M
uaving oeen leaned against might
have been seen In the shimmering
moonlight and they -were about SO
(CONTINUED NEXT SUNDAY)
F&W, . J
LODGE NO 671
Reralar meetinr ant nrt third
Friday of each monta.
Visiting brothers cordially InTited
to atf Ann.
J. SI. Ball. Exalted Ruler.
E. SL Cox. Secretary.
T. F. B.
Bisbee Lodge No.
452 , meet every
Idk at K. of
P. Halt VisIUn's
Ellen Foley, rresident
Barbara Shearer, Secretary,
K. & L. O. S.
Knights and Ladles of Security meet
in Sledigovlch Hall every 2nd. and
James F. Humphries, President
Grace Downing, Box 360. Sec'j.
Anna M. Shields, Financier,
P. O. Box 1471. (73)
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Rathbann TiiHo tn
j2 10 Knlchta of iti.Too
meet tho first, second
and fourth Tuesdaja
of each month In Py..
thlan Castle 7:30 p. m
Pythian brothers cor
ED KING. C. C.
J. C. KRIGBAUM, K of R. S.
I. O. R. M.
Sleets every Thursday evening at
7:30 o'clock in Pythian Castla. All
visiting Red Slen welcome.
Wm. R, Tonkin, Sachem.
F. C. Fenderson, K. of R,
SI. D. Cohen. Sledictae Stan.
I. O. O. F.
GOLDEN RULE ENCAMPMENT
L O. O. F. Meet
try second anc
fourth Friday at
7 30 p. m. Odd
Fellows' Halt All
Geo. Vanderwalker. C P,
F. C. Fenderson. Scribe
BISBEE LODGE NO. 71.
Meetings every Friday night, Mason
ic Temple. VlilUng brother cordial
F. E. Bennett. Ttietntnr
3 A. M. VonV. Srreft-r
F. O. E.
Blsbee Aerie 175, F. O, EL, meets
first and third Slondays, 3 p. &
Fair HalL Visitors cordially vral
comed. Jas. McDonald, PretldenL
it. D. Cohen, Aerie Phyalciaa.
Dreadnought L. O: L..v
Sleets every Mon
day night at 7:3C
Bharp "at Slason
Ic ball. siting
PStA nroiners cordially in
? $ It. KYLE, W. M.
T wnnrta o
, t r.
-ta Sec'y.. Box 426.
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