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TH WrEKLY 'lo.MlWTO.SE EPITAPH
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13 FEB TUB
It published every. Sunday, and coo.
tains all the news of the week as it
appears in The Daily Pkostsctob-
f Sibctribe Now
Four Months For SI ?
Petition For Election Claimed Illegal and
Case Taken to Court For
TRIAL JURORS EXCUSED FOR THE TERM
Iq court today Judge Doan granted
a writ o! of certernti on behalf cf the
saloonkeepers of Wilcox to officially
review tbe proceedings of the Board
' StiDervisora on ibe call for a local
option election in the Wilcox
Precinct on July 1. The writ wis
called for by Atturnev Gung'l of Wil
cox and tbe complaint recite that a
majority of the signers of the petition
before the board were not l'gal and
qualified petitioner thereby setting
up the jround that tbe call for the
election is illegal. The matter tins
been ret for 't hearing before Judge
Doau on Monday the 26th. Much
interest is being manifested in tbe out
come of tho contest.
The trial jury was excused today
from further service all jury cases
bavitg been heard.
The following cases aere continued
Is Happily Married
A Oaoon City dispatch says':
Wednesday pretty Mabel Manning
was 950 in tbe Colorado State pen
itentiary. Today she is Mrs George
A Reid, tbe wife of a government for
est ranger, and speeding with her hus
band to their borne among the Ari
zona pins, Reid'e unswerving faith
in tbe woman he loved opened tbe
prison gates for ber.
She was convicted of shoplifting in
Denver-and sentenced to from two to
three years in the peniten'iary on
January 22 of this year. Reid, to
whom she was engaged at the time,
came from Aritina at tho time ol her
arrest and ifter ber conviction worked
steadfastly for her releaje.
Sunday Seliojl 11 a. in., E It
Preaching at 11 a, m. Topic:j "A
Meestge of Lore.'
Evening service 7 JJ p. in. Topic:
"Grace for Common Dutif. " Miss
Helen Aitell will Lc-iif; the pastor
will deliver an addrros in "Treadmill
For tbe summer months li.a Ban
day evening service will be a joint
service of tbe Y. P. 3. C. E and the
Everybody is cordially invited to
attend, these service.
Rev. H. A. Deck, Pastor.
Preaching at 11 a. m. "Worker!
and Wages" Is tbe sutject to be
treated by the pastor.
Saoday School 10-00 a. m.
p worth League 7 p. in.
All are invited.
P. H. Borsiy, Pastor.
There will be no mass during this
month or until further announced.
Saoday school every Sunday at 10
sj, m.t Mrs. Wm Cavanagh, Supt.
All are cordially invited to attend
BEV- W. A. Mecbcb. Pastor.
Bet. Ejoxk Baxutt, Assistant
because of absence of material wit
nesses: Territory vs W E Wnlker.
Territory va Fred Hickory. Bond
fixed at 1250.
The following appeal cases were dis
missed, against: Wm Stack, S K Wil
liams, S M Potty, James Dje, and
George Reardnn. The cases of John
Handler vs Mike Hannon and Handler
ve Fields were also dierais-ed.
Tbe case of the City of BUbee vs J.
H Jack wassjt for July "th.
E L Carter vs W T Williams, 10
day granted to amend complain).
Williams s Carter, two cases, judg
ment for plaintiff in tho sum of $-G
and 140 respectively.
Gleeson vs Howard, 00 days stay of
A lew minutes delay in treating
some cases of croup, even the length
of time it takes to to for a doctor
may prove dangerous. The safest
way is to keep Cbamber'ain's Cough
Remedy in the house, and at the first
indication of croup give the child at
dtiee Pleasant to take and ly
cures, cold by all nlar'
A special meetineof the Order ot
Eastern Star was held last evening in
the Masonic Hall and present at tbe
meeting was the Grand Worthy
Matron, Mrs. Jennie Csppoof Tucson.
Team work was g'ne through and the
same exemplified under the Grand
Worthy Matron's strict scrutiny.
The work was excellently done and
the lodge came in for warm words of
rnmmendation at the hands of the
highest officer of tbe order in the ter
ritory. Mrs, Cappo ia an excellent execu
tive officer and it is the opinion of the
local members of tbe Star that under
her guardianship tbe Order in the
Territory is bound to make great
After the team work was gone
through Mrs. Cappo delitered a good
straigbforward talk that wag highly
appreciated by the large attendance.
The balance of the eyenirs was spent
in social exercises which included
some excellent local and instrumental
A banquet was one of the features
of the eTuicg and midst the Sow of
good things to eat there was a flow of
rhetorical effort that-Ware both in
structive and amusing. It was some
time after the midnight bell bad toll
ed the hour of anotherday's approach
that tbe order closed its session bav
ing spent one of the moat interesting
and instructive meetings in the local
Do you Know that croup can te
prevented? Give Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy as soon aa tbe chi:d becomes
noarse or even after tbe croopy cough
appears and it will prevent the attack.
It is also a certain cure for croup and
bas never been known to fail. Sold
by all dealers.
-- snur isowria vmr, rasfansv.
Ca-idr Catoartle. ears ccssUpSuoa torrrz. I
tela. '.'CCOorr --, I
i Ed Nevin is
According tn advices received in
ToruUtooe this morning from Dos
Cabezas it was learned that the con
dition of Ed Nevin, who was recently
taken ill at tbe latter place, is critical,
it having been found necessary late
yesteiday afternoon to remove him to
Willcox for mcdicl attention and will
in all probability U taken to Tucson
today atid placed in one of the hos
pitals in that city. The many friei.de
of Mr Jfevin in Tombstone sincere'y
uopo for an early recovery.
Of Interest to
A bulletin of interest to all Ari
zonans has just been issued by the
Agricultural experiment station, Uni
versity of Arizona. It is known aa
bjlletin No 65, and as the supply i
limited.it will be sent only upon
written rtqueste to the station.
The bulletin is a detailed study of
the grazing ranges of Arizona, with a
view to their ultimate improvement.
Cameron Bill Before
Congress for Arizona
We are in receipt of a copy of the
house bill introduced 1 y our delegate
to congres, Ralph II Cameron, aim
ing to provide for the sinking of ex
perimental artesian wells in Arizona
by the Government.
The text of the bill is given below:
Be it enacted by the Senate and
House of Representatives of tbe Unifi
ed States of America in Congress as
sembled, tbat'tbe sum of one hun
dred and fifty thousand dollars, or so
much t hereof as may be necessary, be,
and the same is hereby appropriated,
out of any moneys in the treasury of
the United Stales not otherwise ap
propriated, for the purpose of sinking
experimental artesian wells in Sacra.
mento and Hualpai valleys in Mojavej
county, and tbe Sulphur Springs val
ley in Cochise county, and i ther arid
valleys in the Territory of Arizona.
Sec 2.1 hat the monry hereby p.
propriated shall be expended under
tbe direction of the Secretary of the
Estate of Luther Maitin, decree
establishing notice to creditors.
The many friends in Tombstone of
Dick Wash will be pleased to lesrn
that be bas again retnrned to tbe old
towD to make his fnture home. For
many months past he has been the
chief surveyor of the Raven Copper
company operating extensive proper
ties in the Butte district, having ac
cepted that position upon his depar
ture from Tombstone, at which time
be was city surveyor of this city.
Dick says it's too blasted cold up in
that country for him, and especially
so, when one bas resided in and en
joyed tbe unsurpassed climate of
TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA
Will Take Auto Ride
Across the United
33 DAY PROGRAM
From Arizona to Califor
nia Thence to Maine
Richard J Schweppe of Tempe is
now on his way Irom Los Angeles to
Moosehead Lake, Maine, in an auto
mobile, and the trip if accomplished
as planned will be the longest tour
ever taken directly across country.
Tbe folioTing :cbrdu!s d ctcry cf
the lans for th long trip is from
the Los Angeles Herald which ac
companies it with a picture of the
auto and its occupants made just
prior to tbe otait.
Lcs Aogeles to San Francisco, 2
days; stop 1 j days.
Newsy Notes From All Over Arizona
Carefully Condensed for Jhe
The line of the Overland Tekphoce
company is cow being placed Irom
Ash Pork to Prescott. This company
will introduce automatic telephone
service in that city.
Brigadier General John Bullis, sta
tioned in Arizona in Apache Indian
fighting days, died at Fort Sam Hous
ton on tbe 26th of last month of
It is stated that a new mill new en
route aill te in operation on the prop
erties of the Colorado Mining com
pany inside of the next thirty days.
W F Sawyer is the company's general
Frank Watts, aged about 35, a re
cent arrival from Phoenix, died of
consumption at a north Prescott
lodging bouse Saturday last.
D Wilson, member of tbe Panama
canal U 8. engineering corps is a
recent arrival in Prescott.
At tbe Little Jesse camp, Chaparal
gulcb, Hon John S. Jones is sluicing
tailings of former mill runs with most
Rev Smale, formerly pastor ot the
Baptist church in Prescott, was mar
ried in Los Angeles a few days ago.
They will sail for Europe.
At Gleodale, Sunday, the ware,
house of tbe Olendale Hay and Grain
company was burned with a loss of
The Santa Fe station and contents
at Drake were destroyed by fire a few
weeks ago. Tbe cause of the fire is
Tbe affairs of the Bread estate in
S'V' 4- '
- SUNDAY, JUNE 18,1911
San Francisco to Reno. 1 J days.
Reno to Salt Lake, -4 days
Salt Lake to Denver, 5 days, one
Denver to Chicago, 7 days, 2 days
Chi ijo to Boston, 5 days, 1 day
Boston to Moosehead Lake, 2 days.
Total 33 days.
Probate Judge Frank Goodbody
was called to Benson yesterday on an
official mission. He returned home
The Blue Lodge Matons will meet
this evening in Masonic Hall.
Col. A. L. Grow, secretary ul tbe
Tombstone Consolidated Mines com
pany, returned last evening from a
trip of several days in Tucson, where
be went on a business mission.
Miss Helen Benedict ana brother,
Allan, returned last evening from
tbe Coohise Stronghold, wbere they
were in camp for several weeks.
Attorney Charles Bowman, for
many years city attorney of Tomb
stone and member of tbe territorial
board of equalization, came In last
evening from Phoenix, where he is
now engaged in tbe practice of law,
being associated with fen Uildretb,
fcrmrrly receiver of tbe United States
Land office at Pbocnix,
District Attorney John S Williams
returned this morning from Dos
fates! faere he rent sercrs! dsys
ago via automobile.
The bond of R C Reynard of Doug
las as notary public in the sum of
11000 was filed xitb the clerk of the
district court this morning, havirg
beeo approved by tbe chairman of
the board of supervisors.
Navajo county have been adjusted and
about 160,000 worth of property is to
be divided among the heirs.
Thursday, June 8, Thomas Petry, a
well known miner, was accidentally
killed bv a cave-m in the lower levels
of tbe Blue Bell mine, Mohave county.
The Harvey House people, are pre
paring to make extensive improve
ments on their Del Rio Arizona farm,
in tbe way of erection of several build
ings, sheds and corrals. There will
he eleven buildings In til, one of
which will be of concrete and 35 bj
116 feet. It will be tbe milking barn.
On June 6th Rev. I F McKay and
Attorney X A Vyne filed a numerous
ly signed petition with tbe board ol
superviaors for a local option election
to be held in Yavapai county. The
consideration of the matter went over
to the next monthly meeting in July.
Toe Prescott Courier comments that
about this time the July rains will
probably set in and the whole country
will be wet while now it Is mostly dry.
According to the Silver Belt, Philip
Schreiber, left Globe for the Pioneer
Home at Prescott, where he will en
ter his name on the life register of
that institution. He is about '8
esra of age, and has resided in Tuc
son for about 30 yean.
Twenty-five Arizona eoayicte have
arrived at Tempe to commence work
on tbe territorial wagon bridge, and
more will follow as needed,
Frank L Burns ot Prescott left for
Porto Rico, wbere he has a govern
mental position m superintendent in
tunnel work. I
Feel Confident that Resolution Will Be
Reported Out of Committee At
An Early Date
LONE NEW MEXICAN
A Washington dispatch of yester
The senate committee on territories
met today for tbe purposo of consider
ing tbe statehood resolution which
recently passed the house.
At the meeting Judge Fall, of Hew
Mexico, was the only man present
from that territory and be addressed
the committee urg:ng that action be
not longer deferred in tbe final admis
sion of that territory as a state.
Among tbe Arizooans present at
this Month Have 51
The Rev. P. H. Bodkin, of the
Tombstone M. E church, and the Rev
E. If. Stover, of tbe Xaco Baptist
church, are the delegate at large
from Southern Arizona to tbe 13th
International Sunday School Con
vention at San Francisco, June 20th
to 27th Tbere are in all fifty-one
delegates from Arizona.
Local Daffydills For
When the senatorial "plum" is ripe
will tbe Colonel Pickett?
If tbe aupervisois get hot will tbe
If the assessments are wrong will
yon tell Charlie Howe?
If A Gardner goes dry will the
If Rod feller is worth a million,
what is Wentworth?
If Ed James is mayor,is Billy King?
If a bee stings, will Johny Pearce?
If it is nine miles to Fairbank, will
If Rock is bard, is Tombstone?
If a turkey is caught will Kucken
baker or Ben Cook ?
If the oats are plentiful at night, is
If Treasurer Hicks forgete the com
bination, will a can opener?
If Arthur is Harwood, would Robert
If yoc can't tell a good story, then
If at Hart yea are a booster the
town will Grow until they Reed ot it
If the San Pedro is high, would
If you want get a warrant Hopkin
tell you Howe
Although tbe rain and storm of
Sunday did no damage in Bisbee,
Jack Fredricks who runs goat ranch
below tbe grounds of the Warren
Country Club, suffered considerable
damage from tbe hail, which was very
severe in that part of tbe district.
More than 100 of his full grown goats
were killed by tbe bail daring tbe
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tbe meeting of tbe committee were
Delegate Ralph Cameron, Hoval A
Smith of Bisbee; Hon. Mark A Smith
of Tucson; Hon. J P Orme of Phoe
nix; Cleve Van Dyke of Globe, and
Leroy Anderson of Prescott.
Tbere is a feeling of confidence
among tnose present from tbe terri
tories that tbe resolution will be re
ported out of tbe committee during
the present session of congress.
Two new counterfeits have been
found in circulation by tbe secret
service. One is a $20 gold certificate
It is a lithograph on bond paper.
Tbe silk fiber has been imitated by
ink lines. Tbe portrait of Georgo
Washington, shews ucfecia on close
Tbe other counterfeit is of a $10
United States note bearing portraits
ol Lewis and Clark, has a good color,
but Is toe heavily printed. The seal
is larger than tbe genuine.
The Irish Nationalists of Bisbet -viii
picnic tomorrow at Lewis Springs. A
good delegation from Tombstone will
attend and take part in the festivities.
TAKES UP A
Although a college girl, Miss Sadie
M Smith of Hayden believes that the
way to independence lies in Arizona
land, so as soon as sbe turned 21
years old sbe filed on a 160-acre des
ert claim near her home. The pre
liminary filing was made in the Phoe
nix land office.
M W Jones, proprietor of ths Tuc
son Marble Works, arrived in Tomb
atone last evening from tho Old Pueb
lo on a business mission.
W Reider returned today from a
trip to the Dragoon mountains wbere
he haa been for the past two weeks on
business of a mining nature.
Henry Diera is among tbe visitors
in Tombstone today from Willcox on
a brief stay.
Tbe Tombstone backers of Ed
Hussen in the negotating for a
wrestling match with Chester Grow,
known as tbe "Michigan Demon '
have submitted a counter challenge
for a "go" in Tombstone on a wager of
any amount from $100 to 1500 and if
more is wanted, tbe "raise" will be
promptly "called." Hnssen's friends
in Tombstone are anzions for a boot
and are prepared to back tbeir favor
ite. Correspondence is beiog bad
with Grow and an early match is look
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