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The Wfekly Iomkrtose Epitaph
. publishvd cerj aunday, n ill jnc all
the news aud will l sent to any ad
3 PER TEAK
Is published eery Sunday, and con
tains all the new of the week as i
appears in The Daily Prospector
w Four Months For 91 n
AT EL TIGRE
Attack on the Town Results in a Re
pulse of the Red Flaggers The
Losses Were Light
SIX SMUGGLERS OF AMMUNITION ARE HELD
The attack of Inez Salmir's rebels
on Kl Tlgre yesterday ended in a re
pulse for the rebels by ihe small bar.d
of federals garrisoning the ramp.
During the da)' fire two federals were
woutded but no Ar.iericms acre hurt.
The rebel tots is uuknown One rebel
was killed in the ttrre's in an attempt
by a parly of rebels to rush a "ecticn
o! tbe camp. It is thought the lore
in the hills is heiyy.
Tbe oase of tne United S atcs
Arizona Apache Indian is Paroled
From State Penitentiary and
Returns to Reservation
Xou-ta-he, I 21, an Apache I
dian, who pleaied guilty in the su
perior court last spriDg at Glota to
the murder of another Apache known
as Captain Jack, and as sentenced to
life imprisonment, was an arrival in
Globe last night.
Noo-ta-he is said to have ben
given a parole becauce of the condi
lion of his health. Whit" it the pen
itentiary he was operated en fur peri
I Sri buying baking powder
exanvine Ihe label and fake
1 cdy a brand shown to be
made with Cream of Tartar
A pure, wholesome, reliable Grape
Cream of Tartar Baking Powder.
Improves 'the flavor and &1&
to the healthfulness ol the feecL
No Alum No Lime Phosphate
Both Reduce the Healthfulness
of the Food.
I sua sjattc positive that
Prof. Ytnghar, Vafady of IT-X -
ths tihftl and ramembci' ihzi
wAIam. sodium alum, basic alucilrtora ciiueii.
aaalpbateof alBzatntua, all meen Uie szme t'Aw;--
f, BVUXI AtCiX."
CLE-NSE5 THE UlVEit ANO BOWEL
i,u iwniu rat cts ftm to
against Lieutenant Julio Moreno,
! Kstidin Vssquez.and Gregorio Gon
I ules, tor attempting tu smuggle rifles
across the 1 ne, wra takvn up a' Dmig
: Us and the defendants Raited hearing
and cre held to aaait the action of
1 the grand jury under bond The
Mie sjiictt the Kirifapoo Indians
for taking ammunition acrrts, Kill
te taken up Monday
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tonitis, according to all reports, after
1 which he begun to fail rapidly, and
'the authorities state he was a
. r 1' i.l in ordtr to prevent, if possible,
his t remature death.
, He mil leave this morning for hi
I home in the White mountains near
Fort Apa;he. Silver Belt.
CiiaiiiBenain's uoapn Remed-
the me o alnui tialiul
Jtanoi SUU Sea J afibJiO.
mi m . tKs
p - isist it vjau.o ksxasm.
For tbe regulation ol the daughter
houses of tbe state, the state veter
inarian i formulating a lot of rules
wbtch Kill be abortly itied ur.dr tbe
authority ol the live stock eauitary
t-oard. The regulations w II l en
torced by the local aud county boards
of bfaltb.'as there is at present no
statute on that fiuoject. In drafting
the rules care ha; been aieen so as to
get tbem in such shape as to make
the compliance with them on the part
ol the butchers and slaughter house
operators as eiiym possible and yo
con'orm to ttie generally accepted
sanitary idea" in tbe conduct of tbem.
Sunday School 10 a. ra., 11
Everybody i cordially invited to
attend thfse services.
Kev. H. A. Dei k. Pastor.
Sunday School lOKM o. m.
Epaorth League 7 p. in.
All are invited.
TRhVon Ortov. Pator.
Mass Sunday morning at S o'clock.
Benediction of the IJ!esed Sacra
ment immediately after n.tes on Sun
day. Mas at 7 a. in. on seek days.
Sunday Bchcol every iuuday at 10
a, ni., Mrs. ",Vm Cavanagh, Supt.
All are cordially invited to attend.
Kk Fatheb Miki, Pastor.
Ve offer One Hundred Dollars Ee
ward for any cafe of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
F J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, O.
We the undersigned, have known
K.J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
elieve him perfectly honorable in all
usinesa transactions and financially
bl; o carry cut any obligations made
bv r is firm.
WalDlso, fris.vAS & Maryis,
Wholesale Drusgists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
ally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surface of the system
Testimonials eent free. Price 75 cents
per bottle P1H - all dugeists.
No. 150. Luna Jesus vs Jose J
Xo. 181. Irene J McReynolds vs
Cetil I McKeynolJa. Divorce.
No. 117. Grsr.d-AriiGDa Copper
Co. Dr., L. A. Skiles Or., 2500 0O
and legal interest. Fore'osure of
mortgage. September 11, 1912.
Lelevier, Gustava' el al Dr. Helen
Hamilton Cr., $1747.22. $10 costs,
$200 attorney fee-, 12 per ci-nt per
annam. Foreclosure of mortgage.
Ko 79 Marlines Denfino Dr Fer
nando Marline Cr. Divorce.
McCnrkle, Pother Dr. W a Hearst
as L A Ex Cr , $299 aod crxta in jus
tice court and $6 2& in superior court.
Estate of John Mcintosh Order
appointing John Brodie administra
tor. Bond $100. Wm Graham, Jas
Welsh and Harry Wooten appraisers.
Estate valjed at $500, personal prop
erty. In the matter of John D and Stella
Stedman, minors. Order to sell prop
erty belonging to the estate, consist
ing of lota id Douglas.
COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA-SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1912
Topics Tersely Told
Visitors to City; Local and
Personal Items of Interest
Wm Deckcr w, tfce well tnown
Johnson, mining man, nas a brief
Tombstone v s'tor toiy on bunes.
There are a tot.l of 52 applications f ecunty at the primaries held on tbe
for citizenship before the superior i
court of Coohi'e county this term of! Owine to unavoidable absence of
court Fiv new applicants fil-d jssveral member, of the band, there
papers today in the persons of Tiiiiy will be no open air concert at ths
Bau, Ely Pravica, .Martin Yalovich. City Ptrk tonight and tbe usual
John Kultvanich aod John Weber; ail weekly concert nil' ba eadly missed
but tbe last named are from B'le, by the Tombstone public this even
the latter being from Apache. ing
James Eatou an1 William Huoter
of Apache ate Tombstone visitors to per Aesociaticn, returned yester
day, jdav from Douglas. While at the
Tbe six Mexicans who were di.- ! -"""" ''? tbe only evidence of ar
missed from custody by the Uriled , " ua Prieta was the vicious assault
Si.f.. ,nmmi..;-., ;- n.,... 1...I0' le 'edera'e on the regular n.ea'a
Thursday on charges of emiigeline.
A-uuieunjr itu uuargea ut smugEIHie, I
were im-ned-ately rearrested by In J
miErati0D Officer Sha'er on charge j
o' entering the Uoiic-d State-witbou'
inspection and takeu to Xogale. i
Mr. Joe Giragi arrivrd tody fmm
Douglas on a few ilajj visit with rela-
tires and friends, after nhich he w,!l
ont.nue to hi. home io El Paso He
recentlv returned from trip to Cli- j " rr'UID lo """ c" ""
forma coast points. days stay here on a visit to hie broth-
r. c? - . . - .. (er, George Thomnscu.
County Supt. of Schools, H Ul
Hotcbkits, yesterday receivtd a mes-l Mrs John Kingburg and daughter
sage stating -hat the school house at will lesve Monday for Globe, where
Bernardino 25 miles east of DougU-. tbej go to join Mr Kingburg. Tbe
aasdestroed by fire nl su-tiicion-1 rk. j .u - ..
rngin last Wtdnwd.y night. I TmiU" ' thi. estimable
farni'y regret their departure frim the
t If Prices r nM.A . :
"r,-lv " ' " tuumy. city nut ti-ps lor their return at no
eat visitor today. Jdi.tantday.
Newsy Notes From All Over Arizona
Carefully Condensed for The
This week Hon Ben M Crawford,
clerk of tbe Greenlee superior eourr
received from Allan B Jaynes, clerk of
the United States district court, a
cneck for $27 .(KO. This was the
amount of money tendered by tbe A
C Co Ltd, in the payment of undis
puted taxes for the year 1911. The
tender was not accepted by the county
treasurer, ar.d tbe tax case was trans
ferred to the United States court 'or
hearing. Later the case was sent
back to the superior court of Greenlee
county to be tried there. The check
wss amorg tbe exhibits in tbe cafe.
It i expect-d that this b'g tax suit
will be tried bvftre Judge Laine some
time in October Ling and Store
man repreeent the county and Judgt
Kibbey will appear in bebalf ol the
George H Kirker, formerly chauf'
feur for 51. J. Benoit tCo. of Phoecix,
and one of the principals in a sensa-
tiooal auto acciu?nt last spring, is
dead on tbe coit. His body was
washed ashore at Ban's Monica, last
Saturday and it is believed that be
Laboring under tbe hallucination
that iheSFPA P railroad depot in
Prescott was ihe White House, a man
named E Henry was taken Into cus
tody and placed in tbe county jail,
with his mental faculties shattered and
while b was in tbe act cl attacking
that" reinforced concrete structure
aith hi naked hands.
Peter W Strahan filed 'suit agains'
the Phoenix railaay company Wed
nesday fur damage! in tbe sum of $5,
303. alleging that be raeairsd severe
Tl.a board of stiporv'sors aill meet
agiin on Monday to complete tbe
csnvais of election returns lor Cochise
J N fiaine, Secretary of the Tax
served, while Rojss forces are also
suppCfied to h?" f''f"r rde
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Keith Preston was a Tombstone
visitor today, returning from a trin to
Al Thnmninn famo In rn.n f-A-
m.y.. i,. i . i
!,,he- "l,ere h! " D0W lcC,ted- Uc
injuries to his left arm while getting
off a carat Washington and Seenth
streets on July 13.
Bound lor Globe and tbe mines
where he has spent the best years of
his life, Robert II Renfro, tbe veteran
mining man, is in Phoenix, Mr
Renfro recently sold h.s claims, near
Superior to the Guggenheim interests
Tne Bisbee city council as it was
composed in July and other city offi
cials have been subpoened to come to
Tomb-tone on September 10 to testify
for the defer dant in tbe esse of Gre
nard vs Caretto, the oaee in which
he plaintiff is suiog Caretto for dsm-
jagrs in the sum of $2,K)0 for divert
ing tne city tewage from nis ranch.
John Wirrer, a Maricopa county
farmer, while driving a load of hay tc
town fell from the vehicle and was
crushed to death beneath its wheel.
After charging $307.05 for expres
sage on a carload of oranges shipped
from Mesa to Colorado Springs, the
SfPiP Railway company found
that the charge should have been
$519.12. It filed suit in tbe superior
court against the consignor, David
Ret1, for tbe balance of $212.07.
The t ranges were consigned to M A I.
Un, who wss charged at tbe rate of
$1.15 a hundred pounds. Tbe pub
lliheo iste is $2.
Jmrs White, a Bradsbaw miner,
wsj rrscued by a mining man from
S-nrchtight, Nov., who found White
running about in circlet, crated with
thirst on the desor
Rojas and His Band Sullenly Lurk in
the Hills and Refuse to Meet
the Yaqui Warriors
FEDERALS AND AMERICANS STILL IN EL TIGRE
Telegraphic advices received in Tombstone this afternoon
State that the war sifnatinn in A mm Priptn 1 nulm Tt, c.i
& . ..,lulVi, inorcu-
eral troops, numberinj,' 1 200, are quietly rsstingon their arms.
Ihe rebel forces under Jiojas are still within r2 to 15 miles
east of Agua Prieta. and the promised fight does not threaten
to materialise. Whether 1 ojas will renew his "attack" on
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we unit.- iuf.ii..iii town is mere conjecture, while the people
in Douglas are careworn and dejected, believing that the an
ticipated fun is nothing 11101 e than a myth.
latest advices are n the effect that El Tigre is still in the
ihroes of the demon, though (he small Federal garrison and
the Americans of the camp have succeeded in rt-pulsing the
Red Flaggers without sustaining any injury further than the
wounding of two Federal soldiers.
The wires 10 El Tigre have been put out of commission,
hence authentic news from that seetion is impossible.
Cochise's Big Fair at Willcox
Proves a Revelation In Home
Grown Exhibits-Speaks Well
for Sulphur Springs Valley
"Tbe agricultural displace at the
Wilcox Fair were a revelation to n.e,
and I have spent all my life nearly on
tbe edge of the valley where tbo pro
ducts are grown ," sa:d J.J. Bowen to
a Bisbce Review reporter. I have
never 6' en finer vegetables, potatoes,
watermelons, wheat, oats and other
products than I saw on display at
Wilcox. All of it was grown in tbe
Arizona to Hear Roosevelt at State
Capitol Monday--Cochise Ad
mirers Will Join Excursionists
to Hear Presidential Candidate
All the railroads in the state hnve
made s rate of a fare and one-tbird
'or the rcund trip to Phoenix Mon
day, September 16, to hear Colonel
Roofevelt. The colonel will te in
Phoenix roost of Monday nftarn(-cn,
and in order to reach there in time it
will be necessary lo leave here on
Sunday afternoon, aod returning leave
Killing Believed to Have Occurred
Near Douglas Victim of Foul
Bishop W. C. Lillywbite returned
to Douglas last evening frot,i s per
sonal investigation of tbe scene of the
supposed murder of Edward Haymore
near GsIIardo ranch eleven miles south
east of Douglas. He is firmly con
vinced, from what evidence he discov
ered, that Haymore was the victim
of loul play. The clothing worn by
Haymore when last seen alive was
northern end of the Sulphur Springs
Wilcox is full of people attending
the Fair and the town is showing its
guests a good time. A -plendiJ rac
ing program is one of tbe features of
the entertainment. The show is a
credit to Wilcox, the Sulphur Springe
Valley and to Anions."
Phoenix Monday night, "reaching
here Tuesday morning. A number of
of Tombstone, Bisbee aud Douglas
peop'e contemplate making the trip
to bear the colonel.
C-rnmeccing September 1st, 1912
the Bank of Bisbee will pay 4 percent
on savings accounts. A29w
discovered near the wagon, being con
spicuously placed. Lillywhite made
hurried search of tbe surroundings
frr the body but found nothing.
Ten dollar a day easily msde by
loral agent. Write for full informa
tion at or ce. Arizona Sales Agency.
Phoenix, Anion,. m
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