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Th Wjckixy Tombstone Epitaph
published every Sunday, will give all
the newt and nill he sent to any ad
Four Month For 91
Forty Arizona Mines Inspected Thusfar
-Life Saving Corps Established
INSPECT MINES FOUR TIMES A YEAR
The office o the state mine inspect
or, established be reapjn of the passage
ol the mining code at t!ia regular ee?
ion of the leg-sUturc, it assuming
the proportion expected ol it t the
time of iti creation, and that right
rapidly. There are now three depu
ties employed under the direction ol
State Inspector G H Bolin, who have
been busily engaged jn inspecting the
mining operations in Yavapai, Gi'a
and Cochise counties.
Already forty minec? have le n thor
oughly inspected oJ reports filed with
the state inspector, ud more are ex
pected every dsy. Under the provi
sions of the law, nil mine einpluv lrp
more than fifty men must txt inspect
ed four times a er. while annual in
spections are conducted on mines i in
ploying l8s than fil'y men.
This meant, then, that every three
xuoathe the mine owners rns look for
visit from the inspector or his depu
The work in Cochise cou ity on the
Mine Lien Law May be Subject of
Referendum Vote of Arizona
A Pr'SCOttdisja'ch says:
A statewide movement was irstt- be eat,ng it. It has already had the
tuted here today to invoke tbe refer efftCt of discouraging investments in
endum upon the mico lin law passed mining property.
Much interest Manifested In Co
chise Horse Race at Douglas
With the sporting rdi'or ol the $250 as a forfeit on the match which
Daily International there was p&fted , is for f.'tKt. The distance is three
Tharsday a'ternoon. a 'rmForary for- rights ol a mile and all conditions of
feit for a match horse race to l run the raco ale to be agreed on next
on tbe tracks in SuunjriJe, n'jitli ot : Monday. I
D..ugla on Sui dy, August 18 Tbe
condition ol the temporary forfeit ot
(25 each posted Thursday was that
each wou'd. on next Monday, put up
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UWHl ttuu pratxacu uy toic iuucji t
tiy cooks the
The only Baking Powder made
from Royal Grape Cream of
Tartar made from grapes
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iirt inspection is about complete, as
is also that cfGila county nd Yava
I pa. Deputy V llson of Mohave coun
I ty, wh" has leen working in Yavapai
I county will bo used in Yuma and a
I part of Maricopa, when hit tour ol
duty in tbe northern count) has been
completed. Deputy Farrell of Cochise
jandOepoty Uarper of GiU will be
ued u Pima, Pinal, Greenlee and
Graham in th6 course of a few weeks
' I"ne reports of the deputies so far
luw a commendable desire on tbe
put of Iti" mine owners to coraplv
viih the Ian .e-pu-ially with regard
10 the organization ol life savuii;
corpa. Manv ol the mines ahead had
theeo organizations, but even these
are being improved and increased in
sire and efficiency under the provi-
j tiont of the Arizona mining code.
Alter eujoving sgord dr'nk of
Cedar Brook at Wentworth's, call for
the Euko cigar and patronize home
bj the legiblaturc, whereby property
is liable for debts of a nam who may
The race Vbstvtcen Johnny Scot'
horse "Hamalaya," and Sparks Faw
cstt'e horse "Jesso IV."
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Absolutely Pura V
careful pas- l
I Sunday In
Sunday services at tbe Catbolio
church bare been changed from every
third Sunday of the month to every
fourth Sunday, together witn Saturday
proceeding and Monday following, as
Mass at 8 a. in.
Mass at 9 a m.
Evening Service nt 7:30 p in.
Mate at 6a.m.
Sunday school every S uudav at 10
a, m., Mrs. 'Vm Cavanagb, aupt.
All are cordially invited' to atttnd
Utv.Fr. Duval, Paator.
Kev. Fr. Early, Ass't.
Sunday School 10 a. m.. K ti.
7 p m. Y P S. C. E.
Every tody is cordially invited to
attend thfse services.
Ktv. H.A. l)r-K, Paetor.
Sunday School 10-0i a. in.
KpAorth league 7. p. in.
All are invited.
Tklvok Oktok. Pastor.
Ten dollars a day easily made by
local agent. Write for full informa
tion at once. Arizona Sales Agency.
Phoenix, Arizona. Ml
u.uallcd.at the Tombstone PottoffTce
For the Pav' V eek
The following is a list ot letters ri
naming in the general tleliveiy at the
f-mtetone poatorlice for the wel
ending June 9, 1912.
Claj ton Huulies Carolina More
When calling lor above letters, saj
alvertisad,' giving dat9 of adver
Fsixris I) Cbablx
We offer One Hundred Dollars Be
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
F J. Chexey A Co., Toledo, O.
We tho undersigned, have known
F.J. Cheney for tho last 15 years, and
elieve him perfectly honorable in all
uainess transactions and financially
ill- to carry out any obligations made
bv nfs firm.
Waldino, Kissas A Marvin-,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure U taken inter
lally, acting directly upon the blocd
and mucous surface of the system
Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents
y ir bottle. SiM " all dueeiste.
Judg in Suit 30. Louisa B Garcia
Dr, Albert Garcia, Cr; divorce.
Jndg in Suit 33. C Grant Dr,
Annie Grant Cr; divorce.
Judg in Suit 19. J R Graham Dr.
Mary Graham Cr: divorce.
Judg in Sail 6398. B M Patterson,
L J Overlook and L C Sbattnck iore
ties. DrsWRHiaritCr;jadf forlJM).
Est Stephen B Reed; July 30 at 10
m, day bearing: petition T B Brandt
Est J W Frederick; Aug 13 at 10 a.
ra. day hearing to show causa why
order of sale of real estate should not
be made, jj
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TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA -
Topics Tersely Told
Visitors to City; Local and
Personal Items of Interest
Phil Taylor, who holds dowu tbe
lid about Charleston, was a county
reit visitor today.
Secretary J N Uainra of the Cochise
Taxpajer' ar'ociation, left for Biffee
today on business connected with his
W K Flora of the firm of El'inwood
i. Hit', attornets (or the Copper
Queen On, was a Tnmtttone visitor
today on professional busuecs,
Tbe weather is all that could be de
sired these da a. With good shoaers '
at night and cool days, the Tomb-i
stone brand of weather reaches th-
Judge F W Goodbody . U kept bus
these days as Tom'ntoue rcgiitralion
otbeer lor the coming election. The
elector is ( bilged t f.u Ins name ix
tin es ULder tbe sea fjh!cm of regis
A ploasant fcurp:le j arty was given
laetevcumgiu Ik nor of MisNel!aThicl
A merrv crowd wa preeut and many ,
games were pUjed, and dc icious re
Ireebmenta were served. About mid
night all departed for their respective
homes, reporting a mot enjoyable
Young chickens, to do we'l, need
tbe right kind of food, and bo kept
froa from vermin. Cotton Chick Food
and Pratt's I.ie-killer are the things
to ue, and get them and your reg
ular poultry food from Keeves' Fuel
and Fe?d Storo.
Newsy Notes From All Over Arizona
Carefully Condensed for The
Tbe original 0o Blanco mine, held
at a price nl $250,000, has been located
artreraHli' In till, narnpra nf nrnt-forfv '
and is being held by a resideut of Oro j
Blanco, according t.i information re
ceived by the attorneys of tbe com
pany in Tucon.
I Filty claims in tbe Twin B-ittes dis
trict are said to nave been taken un
der option by II R Tufts and associ
ate for a Chihuabtia mining company
and eight heists and other mining
machinery are being sh'pped to Tuc
son to be installed at tbe various
properties. The project inaugurated
is regarded as the most important
from a mining standpoint that Pima
county has experienced in many
Tbe hope ol the early completion of
the Wrde valley railroad has stimu
lated interest in tbe Jerome mining
district, and has canscd a number of
mining properties and prospects to be
gin development work.
His clothes in rags, Jo-iali Rappley,
whodissappeared from bis home in
Mesa June 29, was found weakly wan
dering over -tbe desert some miles
south of Maricopa Tuesday.
Flames starting lroa a fire under a
washing-boiler, disiroyed RRScbweit
zer"s barn at Vail, Toesday. burning
np many bales of bay, 2,000 feet of
lumber, and 100 tacks of grain. The
bouse narrowly escaped at tbe Mm
time, but was saved by bard work.
At Phoenix, Bill Tremalne is mik
ing big medicine. Se wants to race
bis old Pope against George Hage-
man s r ranano, aroun me aempe
SUNDAY, JULY 14.1912
The Tombstone Cily Band villi have
their open air concert at the City
Park this evening. Plenty of
ea:s have besn provided for the spec
.Mrs V E .lines returned to her
homo a- Douglas today after a pUas
a it visit with Tombstone frunda.
.Mrs D Choate is a brief Tombstone
visitor tcday from Elgin, where she
now rcsidts. Mrs Chcate was a for
mer Tombstooe resident and bat
man) ftiends hero who are pleased to
J A RocWe!!ow and family arrived
today fretn Serve as in the b'g Sulphur
Spring valley, wh"ch is tbe home
rauch of tbe KocWellow cattle range.
A number of Tonibstonites contem-.
plate vis. ting Agua Prieta tomorrow
to witness the ptigil'stic events sched
uled at tbe liLe city ringbide tomor
row. Justice D WMcFarUud is still at
Fort Huac-huca under treatment for
h.s eyes. He is reportad doing nicely
and expected to return home next
An Atlantic City dispatch save
Tbe prohibition naiioaal aomeu
lion took up the nominations of can
didates for president. Eugene W".
Charln , of Arizona, the nominee ol
four years ago, receive 1 tbe nomina
course, for 13500 or any part of that
X W Pulliam, wbobas a ranch a
mile north of Bowie, has purchased a
gaoline engine and placed it on hts
well. Ho is now puiiping water at
the rat of 100 gallons a minute, and
has 20 acres under cultivation.
Every 30 days, they say. 1,098,000
cigars are smoked within tbe borders
ol the new state. Comparatively few
are nickel seders The majority o
those smoked in Arizona are of tbe
grade that sells at three for 25 cents,
or 10 csjts each if bought one at a
time. Slightly fewer oljbe 15 cent
grade are smoked, while many pros
porous citizens bold to the straight
25 cent brands.4
The annual report of the Greene..
Cananea Copper company, which has
just been issued ,howa that the net
income after deducing expenditures
for tbe constiu'tion and betterments
amocLted to 11.318,472 61.
John Cochin , one of the eight honor
men from Florence, vanished while on
his way to begin work on tbe Globe
Ray road. Cochin bad nine months
to serve. Tbe honor men were named
by tbe warden of tbe penitentiary up
on request of Governor Hunt, Co
chin was aent from Cochise and bat s
reputation of breaking from many
At Jerome, Miguel Barate shot end
killed Mexican woman and sweet
heart, who were to be married on tbe
following day. Barata bad been
rejected by tbe woman
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Mexican Military Orders That Look
Like Rebels Will Make Visit to
Sonora Points Shortly
MORMON C0L0NSITS SUFFER INDIGNITIES
Orders have been received in Agua
Prieta to excavate tbe town as soon
as tbe rebels approach. It is under
stood that this order applies to tbe
custom bouso and poMotlice official"
as well as to the garrison. Some of
their effects are now being moved to
this side. Arrangements have also
been made for the removal to Ameri
can feiriiory of tbe guns and Ammu
nition now stored on hat side.
Governor Hunt to Visit Arizona
National Guard Manuevers at
Fort Kuachuca Next Month
The feature of the nttional guard in tbe camp tht morniog and will
aetxnpment at Fort Huachuca tliia ' bo reccled with &11 the honors due
year will be the visit of Governor th,J cjmmaniler in chief. He will
...... . ,. . . ,, spend two daa under canvas. leaving
Hunt to tbe camp and Im two "av , , , .
, f . ... on the afternoon of August 12.
sojourn with the ctizn eo!dirv. ,
Governor's day has been arranged for,gC: ti'r COUGH SYfiUT
August 10. The governor will hrrivo bfi - -.- a..o colds
Arizona Deleaates Named to IVa
tional Tax Association Conven
tion at Des Moines, Iowa
Governor Hunt tins morning sp
pointed the delegates and alternates
to represent Arizona at tbe sixth na
tional conference on state and local
taxation to be held in Des Moines,
Iowa, September 3 to 5, inclusive.
The conference is being held undir
the auspices of the National Tax d(
6ocia ion. Tbe follooing gentlemen
constitute the regular delegates- M
J Cunningham, tbe prominent banker
of Bisbee; C M Zander, chairman of
Will Study Insane Asylums Condi
tions for Benefit of Arizona
Dr AC Kingsley, superintendent ef pose cf finding out whether or no
tbe Arizona asylum for tbe insanr, improvements in tbe method of treak
leaves today for an extended trip to ing the patients is necessary in Ari
tbe north and east, where he will male i z in or if this state is well abreast of
a study ol many of the inrarieasvlum ' the times in the treatment accorded
throughout the country for tbe i ur- the unfortunates of the state.
Arizona Pioneer Resigns Superin
tendency of Pioneer Home at
Prescott-Major Doran Resigns
as Official Head
Major A J Doran, superintendent of
tbe Arizona Pioneers' Home in Prcs
cott bas tendered bis resignation to
Governor Hunt, announcement caus
in? considerable surprise. In speak
ing of bis actions to be relieved of the
duty, Major Doran stated that private
3 FEB TEAS
blished every Sunday, and con
tains all the news of the week ad it
appears in The Daily Pbobpictob-
f Subacibe Now
(Jen Sanjinez is reported to have
moved bis column to Oaxaca, fifteen
miles south of Colonia Morales .
Xo word has vet been received as to
what effect the visit ol Bishop Brown
to Colonia Morales hat had in settling
tho difficulties between the federals
and colonists. Further de-ails cl the
alleged ineulu offered ihe colonist
continue to arrive
tho Arizona sta'e lax commission, of
Buckeye; and T E Campbell, county
assessor of Yavapai county. The al
ternates are: W 11 Aldricb, a promi
nent mining and busiaess man of
Globe, Gila county; F J Elliott, at
torney of the Gila County Taxpayers'
league, and Terrell W Davis of King
man, Mriavo county.
Pinesalve " " L!;f JlJm"'-
O, r RELtrVI .Lt
-Va. ' - a v.Mint?asrtr,rT-:
business interests require his atten
tion, much as he regrets to step down
from an cilice that has been filled
with many pleasant conditions in
looking after the wants of the Has
eayamperi, of which colony he is a
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