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TH E EPITAPH
The Weekly Tomiktove Epitaph
published cvr midav, ail! giv all
the new and ill be m-nt to any ad
f Four Months For 91
A 200 Gallons Per Minute Flowing
Artesian Well Struck At
SUBTERRANEAN STREAM THROWS UP A FROG
The striking ot artesian dl is
nor becoming popular in Cochise
county. Yesterday another nell de
veloped a small tired "gii'her" at t lie
Woolery ranch located at Ltud Sta
tion on the Sau IVdro.
Advices receiied by Attorney Lee
O. Woolery from his father states the
arte'ian flow was encotintered at a
depth of 91 feet aod an estimite of
the flaw is between ISO to 200 gallons
There are several good artesian wells
on this ranch. One well sunk nearly
500 feet was abandoned Because of no
indications and the well just euuk i
within 2CKJ feet of the abandoned well,
AifiHInn fiial I... !.?? !Ir TT?Kt ....
cubed limits and at time is tapped
clrse to the surface. .
A peculiar circumstance in ronnec-. !
tion with the striking of th: artesian '
flow in tho latest weli.io the fct thit !
Sunday Sshool 1U a. in., E H
Preaching at 11 a, m. Topic: "An
Evening service 7 3 p m Topic:
"Why I Love Christ." M. Telin will
lead. Spec'al musical numbers.
Fur the summer months the Sun-j
day evening service w'll be a joint
service of the Y. I'. S. C. E- and the !
preaching eeivic. I
Everybody Is cordially invited to.
attend thtee service.
Kev. If. A. Dlck, l'aator.
Sunday School 10-00 a. m.J
Epwortb League 7 p. in.
All are invited.
P. H. 1'orki.v, Pator.
Sunday school etery Sunday at 10
a, m., Mrs. ft'm Civtuigh, dupt.
All are cordially invited to attend
Bet. W. A. M tonne. Pastor.
Ket. Emile UAUKtrr, Assistant
We offer.OneJUundred uollars Kt
ward for any cae of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by I fall's Catarrh
F J. Chex ey & Co., Toledo. O.
We the undersigned, have known ,
F.J. Cheney for the list 15 years, and I
oelieve him perfectly honorable in all
cosiness transactions and financially I
bis carry out any obligations made
br ois firm.
Waldiso, ITixsas fc Marvis,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
tally, acting directly upon the blotd
And mucous surface of the system
Testimonials sent tree. Price 75 cents
per battle. Sold hr all duzgiett.
utcp tour Cuwcis Strong,
Constipatior r diarrheea wtci
our bowels at out of o-dcr. Cas
carets Cand Crthartic srill rnaicc
them act naturalU Genuine tablet!
stamped C C C. Never so'd i
rtUc. All druggists, ioc
a small free was thrown through the
pipe from the subterranean strf am.
Hie frrgship nas blind and did not
live long after l?ing made captive.
It is non helieied a veritable under,
gruund lake exists directly under the
well and tlie habitatof the frog vsit'
or may le explored further.
To Be Investigated
By Grand Jury
The latet-t case to be added to the
criminal docket in the oitce of the
clerk of tt.e district court for intraii
gation by the next grand jury which
convenes in October is entitled the
Territory vs Jala English. The de
fendant is charged with assault with
intent to einiinit murder, alleged to
have been committed at Lonell the
Utter part of the pst month upon
be person of William Crowe. Th
prisoner is now confined in the coun
jail in default of flSOO bord, having
lieen ordered committed by Justice
Owen E Mutphy.
On the theory that in trying to
knock the block off Mike Burns, Hen
ry Ajhurst knocked binieelf out of
the senatorial race, and there is a
noticsl'le boom in the north fur Hon
Reece Ling. Ling is one of the Dem
ocrats of the north who has teen
fighting the battles of the Democratie
party during the last 25 years. He is
a man of recognized ability and even
if Aehurst remain in the race, which
he will, lleece Ling will have to apol
ogize to no one for etting into line
himself. In the meantime Col. If L.
Pickett of Tombitone continues to
stack his senatorial chips into the
game and he is not beiog ditcouraecd
by the multiplicty of candidates in
the nortl land. Douglas Interna
tional. It is stated that the farmers in the
Florence district will have over 3,700,
000 pounds -of barley to sell next
month and about the same amount
LOST HIS HORSES
Arizona Pioneer Kills
Self With Chloroform
Despondent because of ill health
aid the death of his two pet burses
which furnished him with the means
of making a living, II. L. Boeltcher
one of the best known pioneers of
Prescolt died a suicide at the ranch
of John Duke, near the Point of Hook
by taking chloroform.
The Christian Science church has
purchased two lots in Prescott and
will build f church.
Mining Man in
Frank C Earle, well known in (he
mining circles of the enntharst and
general manager of the El I'aso smel
ters, is among the arrivals in Tomb
stone tcday from the Pass City.
Mr Katie, heirg a director and heavy
stockho'der in the Hershall Mining
company, operating in the Tomb.
stone district, makes regular visits of
inunction to this di-trict. Quite a
number of the etocLtuldtr,
are residents of El Paso.
Tie Hersball mine under the man
agement of Douglas Gray, has been a
continuous producer, since itsreorgan
izatlon, and regular shipments are
made weekly to the smelters with
Mr Earle is a former resident id
Tombstone and during his visits here
is tl e gucet of General Manager Doug
KOK SALF CHEAP A No. I
Smith Premier typewriter nearly s s
good as new. Apply "K" Pnpsrrcron
Last Raid of Murderous
Gcronimo In Cochise
County is Recalled
II C Btillman formerly of Tomb
stone, butnow of I) uglas, told the In
ternational of the last raid by Old
(lerrnimo in Cochise County in
1SS5, being just twenty six years ago
Bill Daniels, who had a ranch in
the foothills of the Mule mountains,
was killed in thit raid. Daniels was
out looking for stock when the In
dians came onto him near nhere
Forest Sidiog is now located and shot
him to deeth.
The year following the death of
Danie!, Geronlmo and his band of
hostile sere lent 2fsj ftorn Arizona
and never permitted to return. How
ever, tbe absence of Gerommo did not
entirely end the Indian troubles as
there were many renegade bands left
to maraud, murder and steal from
Tbe last of tbse marauding bands
was capiureu ana auiea ty a troop ot
cavalry punted ny Joun tl Slaughter
about twelve jears ago in the Sierra
Madre hills, southnest of tbe San
James Herron v J II Jones, action
for delt and attachment.
The Arizona Agency Association;
i prinlpal place of business at Disbee;
object, to carry on a real estate busi
nesss;engage in general merchandise
busiueas; act as agent for life and fire
insurance; brokers, etc.; capital stock,
$5,000, divided into 5U0 shares of 110
TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA -
Urged On State
HOW IT LOOKS NOW
Chairman of House Com
mittee Thinks Action
May Be Had Next
A W ashington, I). C. letter dated
June 5, 1311, addressed to E. It.
W.l! I'hnftnir Irifittkft BI4 in
"I do not believe we will be a le to
get the committee on territories of
the senate together this week, but
some of us who are deeply interested
in the welfare of Arizona hope to have
the chairman call a meetin: next
"ck, when e till urge with all the
Newsy Notes From Aii Over Arizona
Carefully Condensed for The
Reports continue to le circulated
at Jerome that the United errie
smelters are to le removed to the
Verde valley. Semi-official state-
inents appear to confirm the preva
A Bisbee man went to El Paso and
spent Monday courting, was married
on Tuesday and on Thursday was ar-
1re9ted for passing
Douglas joins the list of towns that
will publicly celebrate Indei-endence
day. A military parade of U. 8. Cav
airy and territorial in'Utia.a barbecue
civic parade of floats, horee racing
and dance are to he feature..
On a mortgage foreclosure the little
Butte Mine has been purchased by
the mortgagors for the amount of their
claim, 152,000. It is said that no
definite plans for development have
been decided on. The new owners
are Phoenix people.
Efforts are being made which are
expected to meet with success to
have tbe government sink a well at
San Simon to a depth of 3000 feet.
None of the wells sunk in tbe neigh
borhood have reached bed rock which
it is thought rill be encountered at
a deplb of between 2J0 and 3000
W P Kerr, for ten years foreman of
tbe Arizona Sentinel died last week
in Yuma, A divorced widow and six
children survive him.
The selection of Prof. Jameison to
be the principal of the Clifton high
school for the year 1911 has caused a
proteat to be filed with tbe board ol
trustees. The protest took the form
SUNDAY, JUNE 11,1911
j ability we presets the adoption of tbe
house bill .
Assuiiog you of my eympstby and
I co operation in this matter, I hase
the honor to remain,
J Yours very rpetfu'"(
' Member Committee on Territories."
M... n.,l ... n.-.. ,- :j i
..no muuiiiiij ttiuuuiijaiiiru vj
her son. Master Dougla, Jr., and
Master Jamea Earle. left af Anlav fa-
I Long Beach, California , where they
iill speed tho summer.
General Manager Kelly of the Mid-
I JK Xf.-.l- -
. me .'iiil'ji vupper company was a
brief county seat visitor today.
J FGK REXT Cottage 3 rooms,
( furnished for housekeeping. Apply
j "M" Pko'PFctoi. orfice. tf
I i:.. I.M.,. v:. :. i:-.-
Jt'" -- .tcnua la ejruuiug
several weeks in Douglas as the guest
of her friend, Miss Lavona Adamson.
Judge F. M. Doan went to Douglas
jesterday to attend tbe Chamber of
County Ranger Harry Wheeler
came up from Douglas l'st evening
on a brief otlicial business trip.
Attorney J.M. O'Connell is in town
from Di.bee on a legal mission,
Several of the out of tunn trial
jurors have departed for thair homes
to spend Sunday itb their families.
Fred Griffith is here today from the
Dragoons, where he is engaged in
Theiorest fire in the Dragoons has
been eitrnguUhed. About 30KX)
ac-e. a denuded of timber and
underbru.h but the damage is not
thought to be extensive since the tire
was control'ed before it reached the
' ma u ti.nbei -.It js the range.
of s petition which was signed by the
parents of nineteen of tbe pupils who
will attend the high school next year.
The petition presented to tbe board
favors the retention of Prof. Halror
son as principal of tbe high school.
The Western Federation of Miners
hare met each year prior to 1911 in
Denver, Colorado. This year they
will meet in Butte, Montana, on tbe
3rd Monday Is July.
The Miami concentrator is working
500 tons of ore to the unit every 24
hours aod shipping 50 tons of 40 per
tent concentrates to the smelter at
Editor Colin of the Daily Globe
su-'gestt that just as an added attrac
tion, tb -MtT-ird fourth of July com
mittee might stege a ten-round go
betneen Edit r D rdno of the Gu.rd
an and Editor Bishop of the Bulletin
with Bill Kelly of Clifton as referee.
The Copper City Brewing company
in Douglas has reached out for new
fields of trade and in a short tim
will have a branch at Phoenix from
which both draught and bott'ed beer
will be distributed.
Fire has been discovered in a stope
on the 1200 level in tbe Old Domin
ion. As there wag no gas found it is
thought that it is the timbering that
is burning. By shutting off the air it
ia believed the fire will be quickly and
Judge Kent has held that the pro
hibition election in Maricopa county
was valid so far at least as Tempe is
concerned and the last of tbe saloons
in that town have closed folloving
PROFIT IN COCHISE
MINE WASTE DUMP
A Mining and Smelter Man Sees Values
In Commonwealth Tailings At
Pearce Closes a Deal
EXPECTS TO CLEAR ALMOST $100,000
An illustration of what remarkable
values lie in the oftirces considered
worthless waste dumps of a mine ia
most forcibly demonstrated by tbe re
port of a mining deal of considerable
consequence of which comes to
Tombstone from Pearce today.
According to report W D. Kinsey
tbe well known broker and mining
man of Globe y .o is likewise an ex
pert smeltermtn, while examining
the large tailings duuips of the Com
monwealth company at Pearce dur-
Will Give Challenger
Ed Hus;en, Tombstone'e favorite
and champion wrestler, is ready to
accommodate Chester Grow who sent
a challenge here a few days since for
a "go" on the mat.
Grow, who is now at Bisbee, is
knon as the "Michigan Demon" in
wrestling circles. In his match with
Ed Brown, the "Mexican Wonder,"
at Tucson Grow was to throw the
"Wonder" three times in an hour
but failed to do so, the '"Wonder" do
ing some clever defensive work.
Hussen, in conversation with a
PitosPEcroR reporter, said that he is
ssxicusfor a match ith Grow, tbe
only condition exacted being a fair
sized purse, the winner to takeit all.
Hussen's wrestling weight is 150 lbs.
At the present time he 13 working at
the Hershal mine, but if satisfactory
terms are arranged for a match in
Tombstone with the ''Michigan De-
mon,"he will begin at once to train
himself for the bout.
Husen ha met on the mat with
the most experienced and best known
wrestlers in Arizona and in each
event has been able to bold bis own.
Considering bis past record and bis
present good phjtical condition the
local lovers of athletics and sport og
are willing to back Hussen in his ar
rangement for a "natch with Grow.
TRY ANOTHER ROUTE
The "Kicks" Are
Reports are out to the effect that
tbe engineering corps has started on a
new sorvey for the proposed territor
ial highway to Tucson, which was
originally planned to pass' through
Hereford. Tbe united "kick" has
caused a new survey, between
Tombstone and Benson and then cut
acrosa into the old Hereford line.
The "kicks" will continue until the
route is changed via Beosoo to Tu:
soo. 9 tZ
?3 PER TEAK
Is published every Sunday, and con
tains all the news of the week as if
appears in The Daily Peospectok.
P Subciribe Now
ing a recent visit, became impressed
with the fact 'hat the dumps might
be made available for converter lining
lor smelters, the peculiar grade oi
tailings appeabng to Ins experienced
eye as an excel'ent sub-titute for sil
ica. A eeries of tests Inllowed and
later an option secured on the tailings
dumps, arionsly estimated to con
tain from 750,000 to 1,00 ",000 tons.
These tailings have undergone both
milling and canide treatment and
all mineral values extracted, therefore
were regarded as worthless, yet it
would appear is in demand for anoth
er bi-product and wi 1 serve as an
important auxiliary in tbe extraction
of other valuable ores in being used as
The dumps are conveniently locat
ed for economic loading on cars and
eb pped to Douglas. One estimato of
the net returns to Mr Kinsey for his
idea will enhance his bank account
15,000 to 100,000 dollars.
Hens lay more eggs if they have a
change of foods. Tho prepared Cotton
Egg Food is a m.xtureof grains, seeds
and other egg producing ingredients.
Telephone Ed II. Reeves' Coal and
Feed Store, and he will send ou a
sack. Cnick food for Little Chicks,
That James T Williams aid Allan
B Jaynes 'are no longer connected
with the management of the 'lucson
Citizen is the rather startling infor
mation contained in an extra edition
of the Voice of the People, published
jn Tucson yesterday, which says that
it isutiderstotd that II G lleck baa
succeeded Jaynes as business manager
and L D Boyce has succeeded Wil
liams as editor.
i a am aJ'V
They Work While iou Sfeq,
While j our mind and body rest Caj.
carets Candy Cathartic repair your
digestion, your liver, ci- bowels,
put them in peifcct order Genuine
tablets stamped C. C. C Never sold
in bulk- All druggists, ioc.
On Our "Red"
A 5 report is ci.-culaced in Agua
Pneta among the insurrectos to tbe
effect that "Red" Lnptz had been
seen at Morenci by a man who had
just arrived from that camp. Two
days ago the story was being told in
Agua I'rieta that Lopez was released
by tbe men wbo were charged with
conveying him to Hermosillo. It
was said that Lopez wis given a suit
of clothes, bat aod shoes and that his
clothes were taken to Caoanea
and delitered to General Lomelin,
who was informed that Lopez had at
tempted to make his escape and was
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