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NOTICE OF PUBLICATION.
Department of The Interior.
V. S. Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona
November Uth , 191.
NOTICE is hereby given Uiat Tiiom
as I Pointer, of Garces, Arizona, who
on March 11th, 1907, made Homestead
cnty. No 03643, tor S 1-2 NW1-4,
SW 1-4 NE 1-4 of Section 20 and. Add'
tntry 019356, Oct. l'12 for SE 1-4 NE
1-4 Sec. 20 Township 23 S , Range 21 E
G. & S. R. Meridian, has filed notico
of intention to mate Final five year
1-roof, to establish claim to the lane
abovo described before Jared D Tay
lor, U S Commissioner, at Bisbee, Ari
zona, on tbo 37th day of December
Claimant names as witnesses
Horace W. Clarkson, of Bisbee, Ariz
Peter M Ross, of Garces, Anz
Jacob C. Baker, nf Hereford, Ariz,
diaries 1 Hawlej, of Bisbee, Ariz.
FRANK H PARKER.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
OF COCHISE COUNTY,
STATE OF ARIZONA.
IN THE Mutter of the Estate of
MARTIN FINNERTY, Deceased
Notice of Settlement of Final Account
And of Distribution.
NOTICE is hereby given that Owen
E Murphy and William Fancy, cr
ccutors of the Last Will and Testa
mtnt of Martin FInnerty, Deceased,
have rendered and srebented for set
tlement and filed in said Court their
final account of tbc administration
of the said estate and a petition for
the distribution of the same, and that
the 15th day of December. 1912. at
10 00 o'clock a m . at the court room
of said Cojrt, In the Court House, at
Tombstone, in said Cochise County,
bas been duly appointed by the said
Court for the settlement of the sajd
account, and tbc bearing of said peti
tion for distribution, at which lino
and place any person interested la
said estate may appear and file his
Can't jBame ffce Cops at Xfarf
OV8 NORFOLK 8UIT.
The Norfolk suit Is always xmart for
boys, and the model illustrated is
trlctly up to date In every detail The
collar and revere are small, the clos
ing almost In the center of the suit.
The trousers are of knlckerbocker
style, and a belt completes the suit
Twed, heather mixtures and all tailor
suitings are used for boys outfits
The pattern (5622) Is cut in sizes
8, fi, 10 and 12 years. Medium size
requires 2i yards of 50 inch mate
rial. To procure thl pattern tend 19 nnu
to Ptiurn Department " of thie paper
Writ nam and address plainly and o
aura to five alia and cumber of pallara.
S'O. S622. SIZE
STREET AND NO
Two curates, one a rather good
natured fellow, the other the opposite,
tired together Tho good natured one
went out for a walk and met a poor
man. who asked him for assistance
The curate wid be was only poor
himself, but if he had a coin in his
pocket the man should hare It Lo
and behold, when h pulled hia hand
out of his pocket he showed a half
dollar, which he did not know about,
and gars it to the man. thinking he
had done an act of kindness
When he got back to his lodgings
he told his fellow-curate of the expert
ence His fellow-curate heard the
story out, and when he had finished
"You need not b surpriaod at all;
you hT get my trousers on'"
"Did he get rich quick?"
"No He was two or three weeks
making his first million." Detroit
exceptions in writing to tho said
final account and contest the same
and show cause, if any, why the final
distribution of said estate should not
Dated November 23th, 1912.
J. E. JAMES,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior.
U. S. Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona,
November lSllj. 1912
NOTICE is hereby given that Jere-
raUU M. Rich, of McNeaL Arizona
who, on July 2nd. 190S, made Home
itend entry. No. 08, for VJ-2 NWH
aud Wl-2 SWt-4, Section 34, Town
liip 21 S, Range 2G E, G fc S K
Meridian, has filed notico of inten
Hon to make final Three year proof
to establish claim to the. land abovi
Inscribed, befpro, Jared; p..'raylpnJJ
oa the l?th day 6f December, 1312.
Claimant rjumcs.us witnesses: '
John Burrows, of Lowclf, Ariz.
James Park Emery.o! McN'eal, Ariz.
William DletsemaM.' of McN'eal, Ariz.
John F. Peace ot, McNeaL. Aria.'
""". - Ree.fe'er
ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, DEC EMBER, S, I9i2.
"Do you remember, motljer," a4kd
young Mrs. Albaugh. "that before I
wat married I uied to hope that when
I got a husband be would be a whole
souTed, hbtpltable man?"
"Tea, I remember," was the smiling
answer, "and I wondered then If you
realized Just what It meana to have
a man in the family who issues invi
tations to everybody all the time."
"I realise t now, anyway," said the
daughter "Why, mother, Jimmle la
absolutely the most Inordinately hos
pitable person I ever saw. He seems
to want everyone he knows to have
a meal in our fiat."
"It's because "he's so proud of his
little home, I suppose," returned her
"Well. I'm afraid h wasn't, very
proud of It last Sunday. But III have
to tell you about It.
"Saturday night we had tbo Fiekes
you know they are the people in
the apartment beneath us to dinner,
and as they had entertained us so
nicely when we first moved in of
course I wanted to give them a spread.
so we had a four-course dinner. Just
after dinner Thora got a telephone
message that ber brother in-law had
had an accident, so without washing
a single dish she left for South Chi
cago to help her sister take care of
"When wo got up Sunday morning
there were so many soiled dishes I
could hardly get breakfast. I com
plained to Jimmle that it would take
me all day to wash those dishes.
'Nonsense!' he said. 'Well go to
church and dine downtown and then
tonight, when we have taken off our
Sunday clothes, we'll do the dishes
together In no time,'
"That sounded pleasant to me and I
turned my back on my disorderly flat
frith a delightful runaway sense of
"While we were In the restaurant
rain began to fall In torrents, so we
lingered over our dessert and coffee
a long time. Finally the storm sub
tided and we went home. Imagine
my astonishment when Jimmle un
locked our flat and I beheld his cous
ins that I hardly know at all Robert
albaugh and his wife sitting in our
parlor dressed in Jlmrale's lounging
robe; and my kimono!
"Why, hello' cried Jimmle Te'm
mighty glad to aee you.'
" I'm afraid we cams a little early,'
laid Mrs. Robert as I shook hands
with. her. 'You see, we have taken
"'Not at all! We are delighted.'
bubbled Jimmle. This is great. But
how. did you ever get inf
"Well said Robert, 'when we
found you weren't at home we thought
we'd take a ride la the park, as this
is the first time we've had our car
la town. But we hadn't gone two
blocks when that cloudburst came and
we got drenched. We were too wet
to go anywhere that we couldn't make
onrsetves at home in, so we ran back
here and I climbed the fire escape to
your kitchen window. The man who
lives under you rushed out and threat
ened to have me arrested. I told
hlra not to bother zse.'
"'And I told him who we were
added Mrs. Robert, 'and bagged him
not to stop Bob, as we were expected
"When she said that. I Just looked
at JJramte, but Jimmle was busy as
suring Robert that It didn't in the
(east Blatter that he had cut our new
window screen, in order to get in, so
tax precious husband never noticed
my accusing glance. But when I got
him alone for a minute I said, 'James
Albaugh, you invited your couilnt to
tea and never told me!'
M,l forgot all about it he answered.
Bat you can get up some little thing
for supper, can't your "
"Well, what did you say to thatr
aejkc-3 acr jauiuai. . .
T. said of course It -Dpld as,4. -Ij
Tijesea in. wcueJiaanue taicetL to c(s
guests.' I washed eabigh dishes to
set the table and I made hot biscuits
and cofJee and I made a salad of the
cod chicken that was left from the
night' before. Inside of an hour they
were all atng.
'.Twae pretty hot and flurried," but
Jrjed to .be. bright "l'fh'&1P-h'le
Insist en Removal of Queues.
Military rowdies were again stopping
Inoffensive coolies and others whom
they suspect of wearing queues. In the
streets of Nanking, and relieving tbem
of the objectionable appendages a few
weeks ago, there being great activity
in this dlredtion, and In some places
the streets were fairly littered with
shorn hair. Not only w ere queues cut
off, but the long locks whloh numbers
of coolies have lately taken lo wear
ing hanging down on their shoulders
were also submitted to tho Bhears and
In a good many cases tthe victims of
the operation were found to be still In
possession of a cherished queuo tight
ly colled around their heads and clev
erly concealed by the above mention
ed unkempt and .unsightly tresse3.
Whenever scissors wielding soldiers
discovered a coolie practicing this sort
of deception they nearly scalped the
poor fellow In their indignation. Po
kins Daily News.
Pineapple as a Pepsin.
The properties of the-plneapple are
extremely healthful. Its contents of
pepsin being of so high an average
that, of all the fruits, it takes the
highest rank among those possessing
the qualities that aid digestion U
pineapples were not so artificially
high priced It Is a certainty that tho
citizens of the t'nlted States would
discover In them a highly beneficial
food medicine a3 well as a delightful
fruit A quarter of a pineapple taken
at breakfast would afford more tonic
than two grapefruit A glass of the
Juice of fresh pineapple, taken daring
a heavy meal, would furnish pepsin
enough to make the after-dinner pep
sin tablet unnecessary, claims an au
thority Pineapple Juice is a drink
practically unknown to Americans
but tho people of South America,
where the pineapples often sell for
Ush than 1 cent each, drink vast quan
tities of the fresh plneapplo Juice.
Planting at Night In War.
That the Japanese are determined
to do more night fighting than ever
in the nexi war may be inferred from
the fact that they have introduced
into the service an Illuminating 50
pound shell for the heavy Held gi.n.
containing sufficient magnesium com
position to give a bright light for fully
twelve minutes In battle salvoes of
these shells will be flred into an ere
my's works before the assault is de
livered It hs been found b- experl
ment with dummy figures that the de
fenders when they s'and up to fire are
sharply silhouetted against the light,
enabling the attacking Infantry to
take good aim at them -vUle them
selves lying invisible In the dark. The
Russians, too, have learned from the
Manchurian war, and are issuing
search lights at the rate of one pr
regiment to permit the delivery of
well aimed rifle fire at night both in
attack and defense Army and Navy
A Dcs Moines man bad an attack of
muscular rheumatism In his shoulder.
A friend advised lilm to go to Hot
Springs That meant an expense of
fK-OOO or more He sought for a
quicker and cheaper way to cure it
and found it In Chamberlain's Lini
ment Three dajs after the first ap
plication of this liniment he was well
For hale by all dealers. Advcrtlbc
ment. mc7"a7e'. T.Hea thy letr Mrs. -HoD-ert
squeezed my hand in the most sis
terly manner and whispered. The Al
baugh men are all alike, but they've
got sense about one thing they,
cheese capahlo wives So I knew that,
despite all my efforts, she had taken
in the whole situation."
"I hope Jimmy waa properly con
trite T" remarked the mother.
"Ob, Jimmle waa a perfect dear.
He said that night while we were
washing the dishes that after this ex
perience he wouldn't be afraid to ask
In a whole regiment to dine, for I was
such a wonder. I don't want you ever
to think, mother, that Jimmle is tin
appreciative." "No, nor inhospitable," added he
mother, dryly. Chicago Dally News.
f Chi. lu f .!
"Well, tiank heaven." h said, ap
proaching a sad-looking man who aat
back la a. dark corner, "that's over
"What isr '"
"I've danced . with, tho hostess.
Have you gone'through .with it ye7"
"No. I don't need to. I'm tfct
WEEK ENDING DECEMBER 7TH.
Saturday Blue. First
George A Bridge, W. M.
BaEsett Watkins. Scc'y. r. &. A. M.
J T Abrams. H. P.
r E Bennett. T I M.
George A Bridge, E C
W. R Banks, Segj". Huuchirca Coun
cil, R. A. M & K,m.
ORDER OF EASBCnN STAR
Pearl Chapter No 8
Meets in Masonic Hall
Second aud Foi.rth
Wedncsdaja of each
ANNA LEROY W. M.
Phone 536 Black.
LI FI LA S.NODGRASS. Sec'y
Election of officers Dec 11 T 3D p ir
SONORA LODGE NO. 3.
I. O. O. F
meets every Mon
da night in Eagle Hall
Visitine; brothers cordially Invited
L SUMMERS, N G
C R PKRCIVU Soc'y
BISBEE LODGE NO. 10.
I. O. O. F.
" Inc at Odd Fel
lows Hall, Mam St , at 7 30
Visiting brothers are cordially in
vited to attend.
RkD YARC1IO, N G
THOS BLUR Secretary
GOLDEN RULE ENCAMPMENT
I O. O. F. Meets
ovcry second and
fourtli. Friday at
7 30 p m Odd Fel
lows Hall All vis
VNDERVALKEI5. C. P.
ORDER OF OWLS.
ing first and
dav of each
ODD FELLOWS HALL
A II 1HOMP.SOS, Pres
fU RDON Soc
The Southern Pacific
Of Mexico, Maintains at NACu.
Arizona . Sonora
A Customs Brokerage
under the management of
T. E. PASCHAL.
Forward your shicmen In hie
He Pays All Expense
nd collects from consignee on de
livery of shipment at destination
Service prmpt and efficient
Trie Line has just been opened to
Let us tell you something of the
LANDS and MINES of the West
Coast of Mexico.
LAWTON, a. F. A
SIstere In Triple 'Wedding.
A triple wedding ceremony took
place recently in Restalrig Parish ,
church, near Edinburgh, Scotland, j
The threo brides were sisters, and i
they were all dressed alike In white
silk crepon. with picture hats. They .
were given away by the father of oaa
of the bridegrooms.
WwAw Mill 1 1 iwi H"V
BROTHERHOOD OF . AMERICAN
J YOEMEN .
Richard I Homestead S3
Vioets second and rfourfli
Tuesday at Odd Fellow a
Hall, visiting Archcra ara
W. C . HOOVER, Foreirian.
E D. Stlnsou, Correspondent, Box
w. o. vS
Woodnffcn ot th) World
meet at Fair Hall, the
second and fourtii
Mondays of each,
month. Visiting broth
ers Invited to attend.
O. B. THOMAS'CiC
THOMAS, Clejk. ' ,
Regular meeting first and third
Fndavs of each month
Visiting brothers cordially InTitcd
J. M PALL, Exalted Ruler. ,
E M. COX. Secretary.
T. F. B.
No. 462 meets
evening at K. of
P. Hall. Visiting
ELLEN FOLEY, President.
BARBARA SHEARER. Secretary.
K. &. L. O. S.
Knights and Ladies of Security meet
in Medigovich Hall every 2nd and
JAMES F HUMPHRIES. President.
GRACE DOWNING. Sec'y, Box 360.
ANNA M SHIELDS, Financier.
P O Box 1471.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Rathbone Lodge No 10
Knights of Pythias
meet the first, second,
and fourth Tuesdays
of each month in Py
thian Castle 7:30 p. m.
Pjtlilan brothers cor
ED KING, C. C.
KRIbB U'M, K, of K. S.
I O. R. M.
Meets every Thursday evening at
7 -o o clock in Pythian Castle. All
visiting Red Mon welcome.
Wm R TONKIN Sachem
M D. COHEN, Medicino Man.
BISBEE LODGE NO 718
Meetings every Friday night. Ma sou
ic Temple. Visiting brothers cordially
F. B. BENNETT, Dictator,
i J A. M VONK, Secretary.
F. O. E.
Bisbee- Acrio 175, F O. Ii meets
first and third Monday a. 8 v. tn, rat
j Fair Hall. Visitors cordially welcomed
jas. Mcdonald, President
M. D COHEN, Aerie Physician.
DREADNOUGHT L, O..L. .
Meets levery Mon
day qight "atJTcSO
sharp ,at Masonic
R, FEHGtfS; ORcc
. Meets "sev eryatMocy
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