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TOMBSTONE, COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA-SUNDAY. APRIL 14, 1912
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House Passes Bill to Have State Engage
In Industrial Pursuits-Scholar
NEW BILL REGULATING
The reiolutions extending invita
tions to Champ Clark and Woodro
Wilton to uddrees the legislature on
ucb dates as may suit their conven
ience, passed the senate by unanimous
vote having previously teen passed
in tbe bouse.
The bouse passed a bill in reference
to whether the state maj or nny not
engage in industrial pursuits.
Lewis' hill, nrohibitini: compulse!)
gratuities from eniplojes to their en
Notice of Proposals
Sealed Bids Received
for Road Grader
Tombstone Arizona, April 13, 1012.
Officio! the Board of Supervisors of
C'Chiee Co. Ariiona.
Notice is hereby guen that tbe
Board of Supervisors, will receive
sealed bids fur the following;
One 4 to 8 Horse Road Gmder,
T. O. B. Willcox. Cochise county,
Arirona. Bidder to specify material
All proposals mint be accompanied
by a good and sufficient bond in the
penal sum of 1503 00., with two sure
tie-1, conditioned that the bidder will
enter into contract on such bond and
under such conditions as the boirJ ol
supervisors may fir fir the faithful
performance of hi hi'.
The board reerves the right to con
sider any propil n whole 3r in part,
and to reject any or all bids, or parts
Bids will be received up to 10 a. m.
April 24th , 1912, to be then immedi
Address all bids to R S Msclay;
clerk of tbe botrd of supervisors,
Tombstone, Ar-zona, and mark plainly
on tbe outside of the envelope the
nature of the bid
Aogust Hickey, Chairman.
A13 Attest: R S MscUy.Clerk
LOST Pair of nose elaee in case
Reward for finder. Deliver to Pnos
fitES LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUF
StCLIEVCa CO'IQHS AND COLDS ,
.Economizes Butler, Floor,
Eggs; makes the food more
appetizing and wholesome
The only Baking
from Royal Grape
SMELTERS AND LABOR
pcriors in order to hold their job, vat
passed by 33 affirmative votes.
Whipp e's county scholarship bill
wtn pased by unanimous vote.
A new hill s intrcduced by Luit.
Drui-ks ard Murphy, relating to the
operation cl enielteie, coucentiating
plants and other similar plants, tor
the (riatmentof ores, and regulating
the homes of workmen employed in
eucb places; referred to labor com
mittee. Sunday In
i Tombstone Churches
' Sunday School 10 a. m., K 11.
Preachit'g at 11 a, m. Topic:
I "God Our Father."
T p. m. Y. P. S. C. E.
Pleaching at 7:30 p. m. Topic:
"Olstacles In the Way to Life."
j Everybody is cordially invited to
attend these services.
Rev. H. A Deck:, Acting Pastor.
Sunday services at tbe Cat ol c
church have been changed from every
third Sunday of the month to every
fourth Sunday, together with Saturday
preceeding and Monday following, a
Maes at 8 a. m.
Mass at 9 a m.
Evening Service at 7:30 p in.
Mars at St, m.
Suuday school every Sunday at 10
a, m., Mrs. Wm Cavanagb, Supt.
All are cordially invited to attend
KKV.Fr. Ddyal, Pastor.
Rev. Fr. Eakly, Ass't.
Sunday School 10:00 a. m.
Kpworth League 7 p. to.
Preaching every third Sunday.
All are invited.
TREVoh Ortoi . Pastor.
Cream of Tartar
For Health Resort
As tbe objective point at which to
to:ate a sanitarium Tombstone stands
unexcelled. The lame of its equable
climate is spreading tbroughot tbe
land, and there is no doubt but that
by bringing its merit properly to the
health-seekers, who require above all
else pure mountain air, pure water
and plenty of sucshine tbe build up
their systems, tbe financial success of
such in institution would be assured
from the start.
65 Patients at
Dr Randall, the ne7 superintendent
of the county hospital, reports tbat
there are now fifteen cases in the
hospital ward and fifty indigent'. He
expects in a few days a head nurse
from EI Paso to take charge.
It was stated tbat in tbe hospital
ward are three patients, whose condi
tions are serious and they will hardly
The dance at Gage Hall last even
ing under the auspices of tbe Ladiee
of tbe Catholic Church, was a grand
success. The hall was crowded with
merry dancers, tl.e muaio excellent
and an enjoyable time bad. Refresh
ments were served hy tbe ladies and
the supper room was a popular place
also. The ladies desire, through the
PncsprcTOE totnank the patrons and
citizens of Tombs'one for their liberal
patronage and courtesies extended,
all contributing to the grand success
of tbe occasion.
We offer One Hundred uollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
F J. Chexey fc Co., Toledo, O.
We the undersigned, have known
F.J. Cheney for the but 15 years, and
oelieve him perfectly honorable in all
3usinees transactions and financially
able ic carry out any obligations made
bv nis firm.
Waldisq, Kinxab A Martix,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
HmII'a fAtftrrh PurA ia tVan mlA,
ally, acting directly upon the blood j
and mucous surface of tbe system
Testimonials sent free. Price 7o cents
y ir bottle. 8nM k aji dusTtrista.
SuitJJo45. Ben X Williams vs
Gusie Colburn; transcript J P Court.
Jodg in Suit 8518. J J Howard
Dr. John E Bacon, executor est Jas
Reilly, Cr;judgfor I860.
Guirdiansbip Owen minor; decree
Est G W Asplind; order publication
notice to crs; May 9 at 1 p m day to
show cause why order sale real estate
shoold not be made.
Est A Johnson; order to publish
notice application letters.
Eat F Blsxovicb; order directing
notice appl.cation of letters, Apr S3
at 10 a m day hearing petition.
Est E T Hocklobeamer; order pub
lisbing notice to creditors; Apr 23 st
10 a m day hearing petition.
Est C Z Taylor; order appointing 'O
E Ellis, admr.
Topics Tersely Told
Visitors to City; Local and
Personal Items of Interest
Si Bryant was au outgoing passen I
ger for Tucson today.
Tbe cyanide plant installed nt the
West Bide by Messrs Macia and Ralph '
it now complete and the Grst run will
be made in a few days, delay being
had awaiting tbe arrival of a shipment
of cyanide. '
Victor Ciocbetti and family left to-1
dafor Winkleman, hero they will
locate. Quite a uumber of friends'
of the family were at the train to bid j
tbe departing rombstonitea a fond
Uncle Ben Goodrich returned to
Los Angeles today alter brief stay I
hereon legal business.
John Butler, sged -7, died of con-j
surrption al Bisbee yesterday and was J
buried today. The deceased was
wellknown in IYirnb.-tone, having
resided here with his family during
his schoolboy days and his demise is
deplored. The sympathy of Tomb
stone friends is eitended to the be
reaved. Mrs Antonio Arduno -vas taken to
tbe Copper Queen bcspiial today
where she wilt undtrgo and operation.
The office of federal collections at
Msgdalena was rolled of $12,000 in
money and stamps by a band of So
nora rebels. Five men forced their
way into tbe buildibg, held up Collect-'
or Celso Vega, took the money and I
Newsy Notes From All Over Arizona
Carefully Condensed for The
The Phoenix Champ CUrk club
perfected permanent organization of !
the club in tbe election of Eugene
Brady O'Neill as president and A D
Leybe as secretary. A constitolion
and by-lsws were adopted and var
ious committees appointed to look
after the) work of the canvass tor
Champ Clark. In addition to tbe
president and secretsry tbe following
officers were elected: Reese Ling, JtiT
Adams, Paul Geary and W L Bar
num, vice presidents to rank in tbe
order named. Clay Leonard was
According to tbe Democrat, Cbamp
Clark is tbe favorite of tbe lower
house at Phoenix, which judges by
the spplause that greeted a concur
rent resolution inviting tbe candidate
to address that body.
Alter enjoying a hearty luncheon
at their leisure, burglars wbo entered
tbe store and posloffice st Scottadale,
proceeded to loot tbe establishments,
taking' I86 in casb and 96 in
J L B Alexander of Pboenix, and
bis partner, George D Christy, claim
tbat "slot machines" are dow
prohibited by law. Complaints on
tbe use of the machines in Phoenix
are said to be frequent.
For tbe sale of Phoenix city ball and
court bouse blocks, definite steps have
been taken and tbe city and county
officials are said to heartily favor tbe
proposition. With tbe proceeds a
new site would be purchased end new
A Baunioipally owned water system
Judgo Barnes of Fairbank was s
county seat vUitor today.
Advices from Biskee today from
Chief of Police Dravin state bis
young son, Valentine, successfully
underwent a difficult operation sod
tbe patient is resting easy today. Ad
abscess of the liver was removed.
Makes Find In
J ft Milton the genial immigration
inspector was in the city today. Jeff
recently made a remarkable fit.d in a
cave in the Whetstcnea wbure be un
covered a sack of Spanish Dubloons
believed to be bidden for over a cen
tury and of great value. Jeff has
been polishing u.i some of bis find
aDd paesing same to bis friends wbo
are accepting the novel souveniers as
Judge Wm Cooper sent a decision
from Tucson today on tbe motion for
transter of the Gleeson C'ostello care
to the federal court. The motion
made by tbe Coin Ho side was denied.
is being considered by Prescott. The
Banning Creek company ia willing to
sell out its present system, and the
city council of tbe Mile High City is
considering the proposition of pur
chasing. With a caravan of three wagons,
cattle and stock. J 7 Moore, his wife
and three daughters, broke camp a
few days since in tbe Verde after farm,
ing under lease for three years. They
feared oil would be struck, and sought
fresh fields to find farm and estab
lish a borne.
D W Bu'ler, a bachelor living near
Prescott, said to be eccentrio and re
cently considered by some to be de
mented, last week ended bis life by
shooting off tbe upper part of bis bead
with aahotgun. His body was found
in his cabin tbe next day, near Jer
ome. Globe favors tbe Kinney bill, rela
tive to the employment of foreigners
in mines sod smelters. Approval was
Toted at a mass meeting held to dis
cuss tbe measure.
Thomas Gil. ODe of tbe best kno-
miners In Pima county end resident
of that vicinity (or thirty years died
at St Mary's hospital. He bad been
ill for six months from oncer of tbe
stomach. MrGillwssW years of
age and leaves no family.
Wm Hatcher, a student at tbe
University of Arirors, end his brother
Burrell Hatcher at Campo Benito
have been advised of the death of their
mother, Mrs W H Hatcher io ' Done
Mexican Crises Along. West Coast and
Increasing Number of Depredations
In Sonora and Sinaloa
AIMLESS BANDS ON LOOTING EXPEDITION
Mexico is face to face with the grav
est erisis in its history. The West
Coast, which nntil the last fortnight
has been comparatitely free from dis
turbances, has gone the way of the
greater part of tbe republic and today
a state of anarchy prevails throughout
Sina'.oa. Tepio is in little better
shape and thn Welt Coaat is beset by
roving bands of plunderer, and armed
Land Bill at Phoenix Meets With
Opposition-Land Grab Charged
Considerable opposition ii develop
ing to House Xo G which provides tor
the acceptance by the state of the
benefits of the Cary Land Act which
enables tbe state t3 select a million
acres of lsnd and provide for its irri
gation by private land companies.
It is urged against ibis bill that it
would enable private lin J companies to
select a million acres of public linds
before tbe state makes its selection
under tbe terms of the enabling act
and thus get tne cream of the lands
open to entry. Tbe bill ia said to have
S. P. Train Runs Into Ditch Near
Arizona Line and Tramp Meets
With Serious Injury
Wrecked by a rail fault. Southern a tramp wbo had hidden in one of tbe
Pacific freight train JTo 32 was thrown cars received eerious injuries. He
in tbe ditch at Mondel, New Mexico was taken to tbe railroad hospital at
near the Arizona line, at G:10 o'clock Lordsburg for treatment.
Thursday evening while the train was
traveling 30 miles an hour. Nine .IVTI,n . . , ,
,,.., . ANTED Teachers wanted for
cars left the track schools. Address D. T. Baldwin,
Tbe train crew escaped injury, but Agua Nueva, Tei3.
Whetstone Silica Quarries West
of Tombstone to Supply Can
anea Douglas Copper Plants
According to tbe International Al
fred Paul left Douglas yesterday morn
ing for the new ailita quarry, which
be has opened up in the Whe stone
mountains on the Tucson extension
of tbe El Paso at Southwestern rail
road, seven miles south of Land
Station on tbe oid Benson route.
Tbis property was located some time
ago by Dr Ricketts and Mr Paul was
asked to take charge of its opera ion.
Mr Paul stated that be nas now
working about twenty n.en and was
making shipments of ciiics o both
Mra. Prim Puzzled.
Cy Prime says he often tells bis
wife that whatever he amounts ti he
awes to her and tbe poor wo naa
can't make up his mind whether he
Is handing ner an insult or compli
ment Reman Cookery.
The striking features of cookery
among tbe rich Romans were: multi
plicity of dishes, tbe destruction and
waste of vast quantities of material,
and the absolute disguising of flavors
by means of extraordinary combina
tions of highly seasoned aauces and
bandits to the number ol about 4,000
io all, but split up into roving bands
of from 100 to 4U0, who are burning
bridge, holding up men of all nations
and demanding money and supplies
at random, but recignizing no one
leader mid acting with no definite
plan save to plunder wbero tboy find
een introduced nt the instance of
private companies which propose to
take water from the Gila and Colora
State Senators J F Brown of Casa
Oraude who i interested in the pas
sage of a district irriga'ion bill is op
posed to theC.rey Act measure.
After enjoying agood drink of
'Cedar 1 1 rook at Wentworth's, call ofr
j the Kuko cigar and patronize home
the Greene Cananea company at Can
anea and the Copper Queen in Doug
las. The product is now being bauled
to the railroad by teams a consider
able distance but when tbe new ex
tension of tbe Southwestern to Tuc
son isccmpleted, the haul will be a
very short one and it is likely tbat
a spur wi'l be run to tbe quarry.
Mr Paul has been in tbe business
of taking nut silica for the Calumet
& Arizona smelter for several years,
operating the qusrry near Forest
The Canine Howlology.
There Is nothing so very remark
able In the Atlantic City dog tbat can
tell time Every dog on earth can
tell time. That Is. they can tell break
fast time, dinner time and supper
time, and know to a minute when It !
time to start tbelr nightly howl.
In :-adytank Auction Mart, an en
ergetic auctioneer had knocked a hole
In tbe rostrum with his hammer. In
side this hole and behind the boarding
a robin has built Us nest, where It la
cow sitting on four eggs. Tbe Scotsman.