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rOBUSIICD EVEEY SCXDAT.
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THE RECORDS GIVEN IN BRIEF
BILL OF SALE
J 8 Glbbe to Miss Etta Gibbs
livestock 400 .
B1BCXIK AND SALE HEED
G W Palmer to J D Miller,
Warren prop 1
K)WEE OF ATTORSEV
U Fidelity and Guar Co to
T A Hughes aod WK Flora
BATISrACTIOK OF MOBTOaOK
Willcox Bank & TruBt Co to
State Mut B t LAa to I
State Mut B 4 L Ann to D
W Deckeraw to C W Black
State Mat B 4 L Assn to D
Cochiie B & L Ann to D H
Joyce. Warren prop 800 ..
Cochise B 4 L Atan to J B
WAKBAXTT DEED .
OW Black to Mrs V M
Waoot, Bisbee prop 1600 ..
K W Byrns to J B Speed, .
Douglaa prop 10..
I Harover to B Norrls, Doug-
la prop 18g0 ..
B E 3IOBTOAUE
D H Joyce to Cochise B 4 L
And, Warren prop . ... 5O0
J L King to Cochlaa B 4 L
Aim, Warren prop 400 . .
B H Armitrcng to Wm Cow
an, lire stock 500..
Following to Standard Fnr
nitura Co (or f urnknre : W
J McAllister $105.65. Mrs
G Sharp lOO.MriO P Lan
$50 25, L J Hamilton f 50.
J Gibson $141.35 G M Car
lisle $160. J Raronry $44; J
Dugal $14070, Mrs S
Cade $35 25. P M Horn
$77.75. CDabola $135, J L
King $246, I L Loomia
$149 85, K Evanovich $16,
Mrs E L Bean $51.75, Mrs
B Arborn $112.75, F Smith
$58.50, Mr F Smith $32.
90 BD Lane $127,75 ...
F M Geers to J T Price, lire
E and S O Gaoz et al to Pan
American Marble Co mines 1 ..
M Facbeeo to L Pacheco.
Benson prop 150
JJ 8 to S Kuykendall, land..
SATISFACTION OF MORTGAGE
BBoMeato H Rivera,
Wm Cowan to R L Ramsey
Wm Cowan to B Armstrong
G I Hall from Oak Spring..
8 W Smith from Cottonwood
WI Oavisvaasl.K T Joboaoo
(roas Hopkins Spring. ....
WAS EA STY DEED
A Weber to B Weber-Beom-lerDooglaa
Douglas Inr Co to Mrs A
Weber. Oouglaa prp
Warren Co to J M O'Connel
Mining. B Qasrles and Jae
Chambers to CMorgeo.min
O M Seaman to J E Grand ll
Douglas prop. ..........
B Weoer- Reuralrr to Male
Mut B 4 L Attn, Douglas
8 A Gardanier to State Mut
B 4 L Assn, Douglas prop. 1800 . .
Douglas Iot Co to V W
Holme, Douglas prop.... 1 .
W Holmes to A T 6umar
et-lli. Douglas prop 2300
T M Sewell to S W McCall,
prop 350 .
A T Sumarcelli to Ariz Bank
4 Trust Co. Douglas prop . 1500 . .
F N Spaulding to Min aod
Mer Bank. Bitbee prop.... 500 .
G A Brown to W T JoDes,
Live stock 200 ..
F F Taylor to Ariz Bank "
Trust Co, Douglas prop .. 622 50
Elizabeth Juhutoo claims
Johnson's Deep Well ranch
Pat Martin to G L McCon
nell, Douglas prop 225 .
J B Taylor to PMartin.Doug-
las prep 10..
J E McCarthy to F W Doan,
Douglas prop 10 .
Doug'as Iov Co to F W Doan
Douglas prop 10 ..
CLAIM OF POSSESSORY RIGHT
YV K House claims land ....
F W Doan to J W Furr.
Douglas prop 200 .
SATISFACTION OF MORTOAGE
S Gujalva to C Gonzales
S Gujalva to C Gonzales ....
Pro? Mut Mut B4 L Assn to
CP Hall, Dougla-prop.
Ol Mortgage W S Minus to
J tl Marshall
Death Claims An
other Arizona Pioneer
The citizens ol Cochise county will
be sorry to hear of the passing away
of'an old timer in the person ol
Charles E Morrison, who died ear'
yesterday morning in the tuberculosis
pavilion of the County hospital.
Charlie Monson, as he was familiar
ly known by bis Iriends ot Tombstone
and Cochise county, was a native ol
Maine, and always followed the hand
ling ohorsea. He came to the Pa
cific coast wben about 16 years of age
and drnve a stage between Virginia
City, Nevada, and Marysville, Califor
nia "hen that country was on the
boom. He later drove stage on the.
Overland route through Arizona, and I
afterwards for "Sandy Bob Crouch,"
between Benson and Tomt-atone, and
Fairbanks and Tombstone and Bis
Morison was never msrried aod bad
no known relatives at the time of bis
deatb. Deceased was 74 years old.
The postoffice department is seek
ing information as to the amount and
character of business it will bsve to
handle as result of the operation o!
a parcels post, which goes into effect
January 1. To secure this iotorma
tioo, blank forms were distributed
among local merchants as well as in
all other parti of tbe United Statis
Tbe department wants to know the
average number of fourth class parcels
now mailed daily, tbe average number
that will be mailed wben tbe law be
comes effective, their average weight
and size, tbe proportion tbat will be
for local delivery, tbe frequency itb
which they will te mailed, tbe per
centage that will be insured aod reg
istered, tbe percentsg- ibat are per
ishable aod fragile aod what percent
age of parcels .will be sent collect on
delivery wben that feature of tbe law
is placed in operation.
t UUUbH SYRUi
From Monday's Daily.
Toern are hi applicants for resell re
cemficates laking the regular cxani
inafon today in Tomb-tone before
Deputy County School Superintend
en Hutcbins. ibe applicants aie
R B JeDktns. Tombstone, for manual
training certificate; Miss Ola Dial
Koden, N M: Irs Julia Miner. I-ns
Animis, N M; Miat Lucy Burney,
Prarce; Mrs Elizahtth Bruner, Co
chise; M's HrssSe llolnian. Birbee
The examination nil! continue
until tomorrow and all papers for
warded to the state superintendent at
Mrs Rocktellow and Mrs Demarest
returned yesterday from Tucson,
wnere they attended the Arizot-a
Sunday School convention as dele'
gates from Tombatbne, They report
a very successful meeting.
DLKreba ot Ellsworth, Kansas,
stopped off for a few da) 8 with his
brother, R B Krebs, deputy clerk of
the court. The visitor is on bis way
to Lee Angeles.
A pleasant surpriie party was givia
Saturday evening at the Thiel resi
dence in honor of Mis Grsce Gallen,
who was visiting bere from Tucson
Many of her young Iriends were pres
ent and all reported the eveoing as
Mrs C M Hicks left last evening for
Bisbee on a visit with f nerds.
Mirs May Chamberlain returned to
Bisbee last evening after a several
day's visit here.
Mrs Jos Henderson returned to her
home at Bisbee last eveoirg after an
enjoyable stay here of several days
wi.h her parents, Mr and Mrs Geo
Mrt Geo Rafferty returned yes'er
day from an extended visit with rela
tires at Bisbee.
Pat Byrne was an incoming pas
senger from Douglas yesterday.
Bob Best returned to Bisbee today
after a visit here of a fortnight at his
W A Fiege and wife came over from
Dragoon today making tbe trip in
their large touring car. Mr Fiege was
here on cattle business
Attorney O Gibeon left tbis morn
ing for Tucson oo professional lusi
nesi. Keith Davey returned to Tucion
yesterday to resume bis studies at the
University, after spending Thanks
eiving with his parents and iriends.
Attorney L H Hayes of Willcox is
a county seat visitor today on court
Miss Helen Axtell returned to Doug
Us last evening to resume her duties
as teacher in the publio schools in
tnat city, having spent several dajs
here on a visit with relatives and
M D Scribner and wi'e returned
home Saturday after sn extended visit
-o San Francisco and California points
a d ar- again lecated at "Tbe Aztec-"
Dr Hitchins the well known dentist
writes from Globe tbat he will be in
Tombstone about tbe end of tbe
month for a stay ol several weeks.
Wm Buchanan is over from Bisbee
on a vacation, tbe meanwhile tender
ly nursing a bad case o! rheumatism
P B Warnekrca returned yesterday
from l.os Angelee, where he spent
Thanksgiving with bis family.
Tbe Misses Grace Gallen and Mil
dred Marrs returned to Tucsou today
to attend St Joseph's Academy after a
few day's visit with their parents and
Rev. Duncan, who has bnt recently
arrived in Tombstone .from Colorado
Springs, Colo., and assumed his duties
as pastor pi tne congregational
church, was a pleasant caller at th-s
office today. Tbe reverend gentleman
is a pleasant conversationalist, and
all who were fortunate in listening to
bia first pulpit address are highly
pleased. Mra Duncan, who stopped
ver in Los Angeles, will arrive in a
few days, and their oaosnter; wbo is
visiting in Oklahoma will join ber
parents in Tombstone aoane weeks
Uier. Rev Duncan is highly pleased
with the cordial reception extended
him in this city, and especially is be
I leased with the cli.i.ate and all of
Arizona thai far teen.
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The following in the standing ol
tbe contestants in the popularity con
test being conducted at Rock's store
and award nt piano to the winner on
the final count on the 24lh inst The
standing of con est'it will ba an
niiuuced MKain ou tbe fifto-nth inst,
ard on tbe final date bef ire sward ol
prize to winner. A II (.-trJiirr, who
has been designated as the utficial
counter of the contest, announces the
following result to and includiog last
Mary Pietonetti 46,360
Florence Saundercock II, UK)
Dorothy Reed 10.720
Mary Murry 9.30U
Ella Sanders 7000
Georgia Bravio 5,472
Mary Giragl 4 000
Marguerite Guerra 2,450
Lucy Wolcott I.C00
Want to Start a
The forest service wants to start a
turpentine industry In Arizona.
It, is planned to lease the right to
I lace 100,000 cups on western yellow
pine trees in the Coconino national
forest iu Arizona.
This plan is practically expsriment
al, and if tt proves eucceeslul the in
dustry may be enlarged. Experi
ment9 in turpentining yellow pine in
the Flagi'aff district .and , according
to tbe reports, tbey showed a yield of
rosin four-fifths as great as tbat ob
tained from similar opera ions in tbe
southeast, although iheeasonof dip
ping is shorter here. Analysis ol Ibe
crude cleorosio of the western trees
sbuwa a cloce similarity to that cb.
taintd Irom tbe long leaf pine of tbe
The board ol supervisors will hold
its regular monthly meeting in
Tombstone Wednesday. This will be
the last meeting ot-tbe present year
and it is probrble that some action
mil be taken that will indicate the
stand ol the board in the matter ol a
new set of precinct officials. The law
providing ftrr the districting of the
county into new precincts goe into
effect Jsnnsry 1, 1913
Nelson J Riley made a trip to Glee.-
eon and Courtland Saturday, return
ing to Tombstone jeeterday afternoon
Mr Riley reports conditions as boom
ing in tbe Dragoons, 'At Gleeson,"
be says, "bouses are being erected on
every band, tbe mints are workiDg,
and the hills resound with cannonade
ing while annual assessment work
tcstifys thai those owning prospects
in tbat section have faith in the'r
properties and will net permit their
holdings to go .by delault with the
expiratiun of the year 1912."- At
Ciurtland tjiree miles distant from
Gleeson, he also found a busy, bustling
mining camp with favorable outlook
for more prosperity.
Go on Sale Jan. 1
Tbe Panama Exposition stamps
will be on salein Tombstone Jannary 1. 1
lbey are of four denomioatioor,
one, two, five and ten cents.
The design of the one cent etimp,
sbowe Balboa, discoverer of the Paci
fic ocean, with palm trees and ocean
at tbe sides. Tbe two-cent stamp
shows tbe Gatun locka with a mer
chant steamer and a warship
The five-cent stamp shows the
Golden Gateof San Francisco with a
steamer and a sailing vesel in the
harbor. Tbe tea-cent stamp sboaa
the discovery olan Francisco bay
The colors of tba atampa are green,
red, blue and dark yellow re
spectively irj accordance with tbe
agreement ol tbe International Postal
Ruling May Apply to
All the mineral in all ibe land tbat
Texas bar granted to railroads since
April 17, 1876, still belcDgs to tbe
slate as a government if it is true, as
the teli-craph dispatches repor fd
Not only railroad land i- MftVctrd to
tbe extent ol losing its mineral to the
state government, but other land, ag
gregating many tliousaids ol acres
which also baie been granted since
1876, is affected in tbe same way, said
Commissioner Robinson in a reoent
In other words be interprets that
the railroad companies which claimed
the surface and tbe mineral under the
surface were claiming what was not
their own when tbey claimed tbe min
eral; tbat tbe mineral, as a result of
the decision of the supreme court,
belongs, and has continued to telong
to the state.
It is now claimed the ssme ruling
may apply to other slates and uctler
similar conditioLS the railroad and
land grants of Ar zona may be af
Iccted. Busy In
Alex McCargo and J Lehman, ot
the City Meat Market, autoed over to
Gleeson teeterday and returned with
out mishap. They report Gleeson
very lively camp, much building
being noticeable and progress and
prosperity being the order of tbe day.
There ts much mining activity in the
Dragoon mountains at the present
Output of Ore
from Ray Mines
Six thoueand tons of ore are being
shipped each day from the mines at
Ray to the concentrator at Hayden
aod as so- n as the new units are com
pleted In the concentrator about nine
thousand tons of ore will be shipped
each day from the mines at Ray.
Lamar Cobb for
Lamar Cobb, present state rnioetr
of Arizona, is being pushed for the
position ot commissioner general cf
the United States land office under
tb ineouMn: derr.ccrstic ssinistrx
tion. Cobb Is a cousin of Zach Lamar
Cobb ol El Paso, the official dispenser
nl Democratic patronage in west Texas
and is related to the politically power
ful Cobb family of Georgia. He has
three relatives in the United States
senate, and it is lelieved tbat if a
western msn is chosen for tbe position
Cobb will have a good chance to pick
It is argued tbat inasmuch as all
the government land coming under
tbe purview of tbe commissioner gen
eral of the land office lies in the west,
a western man should be named for
Tombstonites at night can plainly
see tbe headlights on all E P and S W
trains runnineover th new extension
mm Fairbank to Tucson along the
Whetstone range. Although over 12
t 18 miles distant, the nbistles of tbe
engines are frequently beard, the rati
fied atmosphere ol tbis section mak
ing same possible.
Leaves for Balkans
Miss McClellan, a Red Cross nurse
belonging to the order of army nnr
ess, left Douglas Saturday for New
York, where she will embark for tbe
scene of activity in tbe Balkans,
whence she waa called by an official
order. Miss JlcUlel.ane lather is
a retired army officer and is well
known in the newsrap'r wnrld, having
been the editor of asveral large eastern
papers atnoe retiring from tba army.
Tax Tobacco to
Build GOOd ROaUS.
Congresman Stanton WarburtonV
bill for the construe ion ot a fystem
of national roads coouccting all the
state rapitali in the country In" he
earn-at upprtof the Phoenix Boaul
The bill is to be introduced in tl
bouse by Congressman Wa-turton,
who represents tbe eecond congres
sional district ot Washington, soon
alter cungress convenes for tbn short
session. It provides that the i-itfroal
revenoe tax on tobacco bo little
more than doubled aud the additional
money raised in that way be upend
ed in constructing roads
It is contemplated that about lP.OOO
ules ol road shall be Lmlt. Congress
man Warburion estimates tl u the
cost will be between I20.CX.0 aud
$25,00') a wile. If it is JiO.tOO the
road can be paid for in four years; if
25.000 in five years. The roadway
is to be sixteen feet wide, with a heavy
base and a hard surface ol aep'ialt or
First of all two stretches of road.
one from Los Angeles aud tho other
along the Atlantic Seaboard, shall
be constructed. As soon as loieible
tbe other roads, connecting all the
capitals ol tbe United Sta'es, mil be
A communication explaining the
project in detail has been received by
the Phoenix Board of Trade from Con
gressman Warburton, He explains
that had the tobacco tax of 1879 been
on in 1910, the money recehed from
tbe government would have 1-cen
1138,000,000 instead of $58,000.(00.
U. of A. Is a
An Albuquerque, N M, di'patch
says: With two vertcbraes in bi neck
fractured, George Walker, a member
of tbe Xew Mexico University foothill
eleven, arrived here from Tucson,
where he waa injured Thunday in a
game with the University of Auzons.
Walker's head and neck were encased
in a plaster cat some weeks ag i, the
result of a previous accident, and at
the time ol the Tucson game was con
sidered out of danger. Hn is not
thought to be in a sen us conJition
Another player, Lawrence Lackey, bad
his right cheek I one shattered in the
To convic'a escaped from the
Road Camp between Florence and
Queen Creek, Friday night and man
aged to "swipe" Guard Parmer's riile
and six shooter before tbey departed.
They bad, evidently , carefully planne
tbe break for liberty during tbe day.
Guard Parmer was in his tent, pre
paring for bed, when a white prisoner
came in and engaged him in conver
sation. A few moments later an- I
other prisoner; a Mexican, camu to j
the door nl the 'tent and called Mr!
Parmer out on the pretense tbat some- j
thing was wrong with the horses. J
Wben Mr Parmer returned from tbe
corral his rifle, cartridge belt, air
shooter and several boxes ol six
shooter shells were missing as was
also the two prisoners who bad tricked
"Oklahoma may go a thiuiaud
strong to the inauguara'ion of Preti
dent Wilson, but they wont have!
anything on tbe couple of hundred
from Arizona. Whfct we may lack in
number we will make up in enthusi
asm." Tbua spoke County Chairman Wal
ter Brawne of Phoenix, who i: organ
ising a special train to bo run from
Arizona to tbe capital to parti
cipate in tbe ceremonies attendant to
the inauguration of the New J.'rsey
governor as president of the United
Already Brawne has secured promo J
tses from over a bnndred people to
make tbe trip and be feels tbat as the
day approaches for the train to steam
out of tbe local station, there will be
two hundred or more people prepared
( from Tuesday's Daily
WmNtel and wife i the Four Bar
ranch were in Tombstone yesterday
in their new Cadillac Torpedo. They
i continued to Tucson, where Mr Keel
goes to receive 2000 head ot cattle
that will be shipped to tbe Four Bar
range in the big Sulphur Spring val
ley and fa lened until spring when
they will heshipped to the markets.
Win Lutly was s returning passen
ger yesterday from a tew days' visit to
Secretary J N Gaines r ' t o Cochiso
raipajers' Aeaociatijn returned last
evening from Douglas, where be was
on business connected with the associ
ation. Judge Ca-s ol Douglas was a county
sett visitor today on court business.
Mrs Jennie R Hockley of Douglas is
a Tombstone visitor today, arriving
this morning from the Smelter rity.
Dave Adams, one cf the popnlar
Cochise county catt'emen and pioneer
resident ot Dragoon, was a Tombstone
visitor today. Mr Adams is a Cochise
county booster 'and sings the pratees
ol the banner county in and out of
P J Lindaman is a recent arrival
,ronl j)01I(;as aDrt m(ly ocate i,ere
Starr Williams and nifo note over
Irom Bisbee today via au'o, Mr Wil
liams having business before the court
Chief of Police Thomas Askins of
Douglas a as a brie! Tombstone visitor
County Tax Attorney L H Hayes
returned to Wilcox yesterday, after
eeveral daB' stay on court business.
Mrs Lon Cloer was an incoming
pausereer lat evening Irom Douglas.
Frank Doan and wife are Tombstone
visitors, arriving last evening, and
will remain Severn' da; 8 on a visit.
Wra Edwards of Bisbee is among
the county seat visitors today.
Cat Glenn, the well known cattle
man, is over from l'earre.
E I. Perkensori is circulating among
Tombstone patrons today ind placing
orders for sb rts.
J D Lowry, the Babacomari cattle
man, is in town today on land office
Take a book and open at any page
you choose Select a word within
the first ten line and within the teeth
word from the end of tbe line and
mark the word. Now double the
number ol the pbge and multiply the
sum uv 5. Add 20, and then add tbe
numbr of the line you have selected.
Now add 5 and multiply tbe sum by
10. Add the number of tbe word in
the line, from tbat sum subtract 250
aud the remainder will indicate in the
unit column tbe number of the word,
in the ten column the number of the
lice and the remaining figures will be
tbe number of the pge you selected.
Grants Injunction to
Arizona Mining Co.
At Xogalee tbe superior court has
granted a temporary injunction in a
case wherein the Havalena Mining
company is seeking to break a con
tract and lease for the Santo Nino
properties near Duqneeue, which bond
and lease, it is alleged, were given il
legally by tbe officers of ibe company
to J Wells Smith, Joseph Brown, Jes
Cully and Geo I) Gross. The Copper
Queen c mpany is said to luve ex
pressed a willingness to buy tbe prop
erty at price of $150,000.
Rev C W Duncan and family left
Tuesday afternoon for Tombstone, Ar-
(izooa, where Dr Duucan btgins his
work next Sunday, December 1, as
pastor of the Congregational cbnrch
of tbe place. Dr Duncan has been
pastor of the Congregational church
here since tho first of September, 1911,
and in tbe fifteen months of bis pas
torate here haa been active and effi
cient in pushing forward every inter
est that hsd for i's purpose tbe best
interests of the church over wbicb he
presided aod tbe community as
whole. He will be missed here. CoI
oradn City Iris.
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