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Instruments Filed With the Count)
THE RECORDS GIVEN IN BRIEF
U. 8. to R chard Clinton
I). 8. to Jobo T Ricbbarl.
Franc-la 0 Booth et ax to
Walter LUracger, land. . 10..
Bishee-Xaeo Water Co. to
Barnes Tallin, Biibee prop, 500 ..
FOSSES SO KT RIGHT
TbomM C Haigler, land. ...
Of mortgage, E C Lyon et
ux to A H Livingston....
SATIBrACTIOS OF MORTGAGE
BmOD McQraw to F Coii
Heber C Kimball et uz to
Minnie E Heodrickioo , St
David land 10 ..
BILL OF SALS
H C Kimball to Minnie Hen
dricksoo, 8t 'David ranch
and implement" 10..
T B and Martha Stark to El
Dorado School District No
lo.land 1 ..
Amos Marion, 1st party, to
'Mary E Moore, agreement
to aell Willoox real ei
tate 1500 ..
QUIT CLAIM DEED
A. W Sewkirk to Mra Agnes
Sullivan , Biibee prop 750..
W H Pollgreen et nz to Wil
liam A Calej, Warren
prop , 500..
Canille Laurin to Jamei B
Riley, Doaglai prop 1050 . .
Lale B Cornell and Chat A
Cornell to George W Kaissr
Cochise prop 0 ..
E A Voo Aroitn to Eriekioo
&. Howe Jewelry Co, Doug
CLAIM OF POS8E1SOST BIOHT
B L Kendall, land
Q C DEED
Life Gibson et ux to B L and
H C Kendall, Tombetooe
prop ......... . ..... a
W H Grant to W H Jobnaon
mining prop 150 ..
BATISTACTIOS OF MORTGAGE
FL Williams to Daniel J
W.B Henry to Jose Perez
Cbarlea W Opie, Uod
tATISFACTIOS OF MORTGAGE
F O Bledaoe to B 8 Pember
ton et uz................
Albert L Griffith! at ox to
Bert McDonald, Bisbee
prop.. .-.... . .
BILL or SALE
A If Beid to Wilfred Samp
son, Biebee prop
Jobo T Pearce et uz to F T
Ralph, land ..
BILL Or SALE
Ben Peruberton et nz to Geo
' Kirkland, livestock 10
William Fine to O T Kirk
tend, Doo Luiaprvp 1100
x E MOETOAUE
H 8 Kirk to E H Todd,
Pnaglat rTi loaecore... 1000
. B. MOBTOAOE
Job W Blebsrt to T P Wev
iai, Ued, to aenrt ,650
Mr L Andrews and P 0 An
drews to Gus tfaigler and
W Deckeraw, Biibee piop. .
Ira J Johnson et uz to Mrs
M E Cann, Biibee prop. ..
Bi-bee Naeo Water Co to W
Poalion, Biibee prep
Arohbald Shaw, land
AmLony A'ex-nfe-, land...
Erickson A Howe Jewelry Co
to E A Voo Aroim, Doug
las prop, to iscare 2500
Mn H E Curry and A O Cur
ry to F Q Hodipetb, Naoo
Davis McDonald tc W O Mil
ler, lite s'ock, to lecure.. . 6000
Uavii McDonald to First Na
tiocal Itankof Douglas, lire
stock, to lecure 7500
W J O'Malley 4 J J Byao to
Bank of Bisbee, Biibee
prop to secure
G W Palmer et uz to Fidelity
SaT & Loan association,
Bisbee prop to secure ,
G H Wadleigb to George W
Palmer, Btibre prop
SATUrACTIOX or MORTGAGE
Bank ol Benson to 0 C Cur
ran et uz
Fint National Bank of
Douglas to Davis McDon
ald Q.O. DEED
J Wilson et uiloWH Poll
grenn el uz, Warren prop..
TA Aihby to J H Hart,
Santa Fe Pacific R R Co to M
E Lererich Co, land 18800 ..
U 8 to Sllsi W Kiper.land..
Q. C. DEED
C D M Williams et uz to
Ricbart Cooley, Biibee
prop 703 ..
John 8 Taylor to Richard
Cooley, Biibee prop 15 ..
Charles Ni lion et uz to B W
Peroell', Biibee prop 1000 ..
B W Pernell el uz to Mn J
Brazial, Biibee prop
Mrs J Braiial to B W Per
nell, Bit bee prop... .......
Sarah J Bobimon to B W
Pernell, Biibee prop
W A Nowlin to P M Byerly
Warren prop .... 10 ..
M E Lererich to Boquillas
Land z Cattle: land 13224 .
U 8 to Santa Fe Pacific R R
Co, land ........
E A Rose to Willcoi Bank &
TruitCo.coats 7001 50
R Jackioo to Witte Iron
Works Co, engine and pump
F J Ranoall to H Btolp, cows
A Williamson to M E Leeion
F B Williams to M E Lesson
G F Mortensen to M E Less
on , boreee ...
A Arnett to R L Barton,
horses and wagon
F L Holz to M F LeeiOD.oow
and heifer .
SATurAcnox or mortgage
Bank of Biibee to J 9 Par.
BU Si Svw m
A Stainfeld Co to R fride
Increase in Payroll
of Miami Copper Co.
Eighty tbooaand dollars was paid to
the employee of tbe Miami diitriet
Thursday for thair labor daring tbs
fint 15 days of August. Tbii account
was pot in circulation and it eeu-ed
decided ham In basiness all day and
far into the night.
All plaoes of business were open an
an hour later thin niual and all holi
ness men report lbs! baiiaess was
Barer bettor. "
A decided iacriass in tbe payroll of
tho Miami Copper eossBesy wee wry
Our Former Editor
The following editorial from tbs
pen of Jo Chisbolm, one of Ariz ma's
most vsrsitile and foremostj.iroallsts.
recently appeared in tbe Daily Silver
Belt, pnbliibed at Miami, and ii re
produced 'n then columoi, ai others
of tbe many kindly remembrances re
cently priuted by tbe newspaper
fraternity of Arizona. relative to tbe
retirement of William Hatticb as
editor f tre Prospector.
Tbe paiiing of Bill Hatticb (rem
the editorial tripod of tbe fsmons old
Tombs'one Prospector bai elicited
many a kindly word and reminiscent
paragraph from the editorial tribe
throughout tbe reach's of tbe Ha'iay
amp, for Bill is an amiable soul and ir
so imbued with the aura of tbe sage
b'usb realm that bit Ion to tbe ro
mantio raoaio of fact and legend that
we put between covers as the history
ol Aritoos would be incalculable.
For a quarter-century Biltbas been
identified with tbe Proipector in every
possible rapacity from ink bespattered
devil to proprietor, and fur nearlr
half that time be bsi been accredit d
with tbeseml-impcssible tsskof get
ting out a metropolitan daily on a
cider press with nothing bnt shingle
nails for type. Alto be bis been
biralded to tbe world as tbe mani
pulator of tbe shortest les:d wire in
tbe world, from Fairbanks to Tomb
tone, nine miles. Carping and en
vious cri ics even bave declared that
Bill got his telegraph by freight. Be
tbat as it may, one thing is certain,
and that is tbat be bas kept tbe Pros
pector on a paying basis and given
bis community an honest and well
edited newspaper through years o!
adversity to tbe grand old mining
camp tbat once was the proud metro
polis of tbe eoutbaeit, the blvousc cf
tbe Aryan pioners, whence they
tpread throughout tbe fertile reaches
of the San Pedro, Ban Simon and
dulpbur Spring valleyi and the rich
mineral mnuotain ranges betwe'n, to
found a white maa's industrial em
pire more enduring iban Rome.
So tbe passing ol our old friend Bill
Hatticb would be notbii g short of a
joqroaliitio calamity, a bereavement
tbat would wring a tear from every
entient Haspsyamperfrcm Bill Wil
liams' Fork to Naco, But will Bi 1
Listen while we whisper why we be
lieve ibat Bill baa not drawn a pais
inghand. We know tbat tbere is
only one tbing dearer to the heart of
tbat same William Hatticb than tbe
PROSPECTOR and tbat is the ARI
ZONA KICKER In the many his
tories of the Prospector; of its weekly
edition, tbe EPITAPH, and ol tbe
quaint and historic old press upon
which it Srt was printed, no men
tion has been made of tbe KICKER
For years the Sunday edition of tbe
PROSPECTOR was issued under tbe
name of tbe ARIZONA KICKER, a
newspaper tbat many believed to
exist only in tbe imagination of "il
Quad." If Hatticb does not at sume
future time issue a semi-literary Ari-
zina publication under that name
and fill it with the wealth ol legendary
and historical romance tbat be bas
lived through in wonderful old Tomb
stone tbat second "loved old Pagan
city of tbe Areonauts" who were de
flected soutbwaid Into Arizona from
Ibeir 13 st beloved San Francisco we
bave guessed wrongly.
While on tbe subject of Bill Hat -ticb,
it will not be amiss to record an
anecdote wholly characteristic of tbe
man. During tbe recent fracas be
tween tbe federals and constitutiota
lisU at Agua Prieta, Bill wrcte for tbe
"story" a bead line readirg "REBELS
EVACUATE AGUA PRIETA." and
left It to George Washington McFar
lin to set up. George, being in a bur
xt to get up town and wage a game of
pitch with some crony, and Bill's
handwriting being 'somewhat vague,
be set it np with indifferent attention.
When the Proipector got ont on the
street. Oscar Goll, who is surely
some war correspondent, and Jodgs
Owen Morphy got tbs first copy and
immediately started bunting Bill to
tell him (as osoal) that be bad gotten
out fas usual) tbe all-fiied rottenest
diahrag in tbe nni eree. As osual.
Bill listened with b!and and respectful
interest to their phillipio and then
wsntad to know "what tbe
smtter this trip?"
Wby look at tbat dadbinged head
line," bowled Oscar, "you've got it
"REBELS EXCAVATE AGUA PKI
ETA." Well," indignantly quiried Bill,
"alnt that O. K.T Show me where
tha'laint correct aaoording to tba
-ass 4m - -'' "
's" it-Ti'V -l-'-f
.T-v , sa
rules of grammer, orthography, seven
UflM Bnw utriar atittinsltw ainrl I'll ku
g-- - "J wauva autuuil'I muu a sa wui
the drinks for everybody in Tonib
Before such monumental ignorance
Oscar was rendend speechless and
tbe Judge bad to insert bis oar. "Holy
Mackerel, Bill, you meant "evaluate"
instead of "excvatMdiJn'tyou?" be
"No 1 didn't" lied Bill, loyal to bit
old-time frieod McFarlio : "excavate
means dig out, and they DUG OUT
A bg rubber plant bat been iuitalled
in Phoeniz and is located at 30C
North Center Strict. Tbe plant will
be oce of the most thoroughly equip
ped plants in thi part ol tbe country,
over $5000 worth of tba most complete
and latest mscbinery and appliances
for msking rubber bring installed.
Tbe company opening up Ibis plant
is tbe Western Rubber company, and
the plant vill be opened lor business
sometime this month.
A feature wlil ie that tiiei can, be
retreadedat fittyper cent lees than
tbe origioal co.t, alter which cue can
get more service than from the original
Ire. A specialty will be made of re
building, ratreading, vu'canlzmg and
repairing Cases where tbe tread is
worn, will be rebuilt and one will te
able to get as much mileage out of
them as out of the new tires.
Tbe Western Rubber company sees
a big opening for tbetr business in
Aiizona. It will bo tbe only plant
in Arizona and one cf tbe biggest and
best equipped in tbe west.
Saw an ibex
S-veral residents of tbe Willow
Creek section report baring recently
teen a specimen of tbe Ibex, a rare
variety of mountain sheep. It is tbe
first one seen in Arizona for a num
ber of yean. Tbe ibex is easily distin
guished from the ordirary mountain
sheep by the curve of its horns and the
six of its body. Tbe fine for killing
ODe is f500. Prescott Courier.
A further decline in the price of
Mexican money was registered yester.
day, when tbe foreizn money went to
40 cents, tbe lowest price yet recorded
in Dojglas. Local banza are now
selling tbe money for 41 cents.
While tbere is a probability jbat tbere
may be a etill further decline, it is
thought tbat the silver and cunvory
at 40 1-2 and 41 cents will find a ready
Private individuals as well as min
ing companies io Mexico are investing
tbe former to hold tbe money for
rising market and tbe latter to pay
out on payrolls and tbe conduct of
tbeir general basinets.
A Phoenix diiratcb says:
Fire of unknown origin Friday de
stroyed tbe Charles Donofrio building
at Fourth avejue and Washington
streets. Tbe buiid'ng snd its con
tents, tbe furniture stock of tbe Bsr-rows-Foosbee
Furniture company, are
a total loss.
Tbe slock was worth $52,000 and
was insured for $30,000. Tbe build
ing, a one-story briek structure, wsa
worth approximately $15,C00 and was
well covered by insurance. Mr Dooo
frio is at Coronado Beach, Cal , and
tbe exact amount of the insurance is
Building and contents were de
stroyed witbin three-quarters of so.
boor. Only by s miracle was tbe W
H Patrick building, nazt door on tba
east saved from destruction. As it
was tbe Patrick structure was dam
aged to tbe eztentof several tboos
It was about 1 o'clock tbat the fire
broke out, somewhere in the rear of
tbe Barrows-Forsbee store. No one
has tbe slightest idea of b.w it started
It may have been from a cigarette
dropped by a earcloM employe or
from defective wiring.
- j From Monday's Daily,
County Treasurer O W Hicks, Clerk
of the Bosrd of Supervisors A C Kar
ger and William Baskwell motored to
Bisbee Saturday in Mr Hicks, car.
When near tbe Goat Ranch, at the
divide, tbe auto skidded and ran into
a rock fence and put out ol commis
sion, to tbere was nothing elsa for
tbe trio to do but walk, and tbii they
did After "hrefing it" for an boor
and a half.tbey reached tbeirdeitina
tion and a repair machine was sent
out and towed tbe car In. Tbey re
turned home yesterday but didn't
Sheriff Wbteler left for Douglai to
day vis auto on an official nitseioa.
Mr and Mra Frank Moson, of
Hereford, are visiting Id Tombstone
John B avin was in tbe city yeater.
day from Mi. bee and spent Sunday
with bis parents, Chief (f Police and
Mrs George Bravin and family.
Edward Barcctt is s visitor in tbe
city today from Biibee "with friends,
Bill" Veich look a load of local
dance loveri to Gleeson Saturday
evening in hit machine to attend tbe
big dance held in that ct'y. A large
crowd issembUd from the neighbor
tog cit'es and an enjoyable time had
Mrs and Mrs John W Walker are in
tbe city from Tucson, where they are
nowlocatid. Mr Walker's broken
wrist is healing rapidly, which is
pleasing news to his many friends in
this city. It will be remembered tbat
Mr Walker sustained a broken wrial
while attempting to crank bit auto
mobile, an account of which appeared
in these colums.
E1 Hicks, ton of Treasurer Hicks,
is visiting in the city from Bisbee to
dry with bis parents and friends.
Leo Sllverthorn, nepbew of Mn
Owen Murpby, wi'e of County Record
er Murphy, is visiting in the city
Have Narrow Escape
A miraculous escape from death or
-erio is injury was experienced by Tax
Commicsiiiner Cbarlea R Howe, bis
wife and two boys, wt.en tbeir Ford
cat'went cfT a steep embankment on
tbe opper Baiin road, eleven miles
south of Prescott yesterday. Tbe
machice tnrned over twice and the
Howes were thrown out upon tbe
mountain sid. Not one was injured
beyond b-iog slightly bruited.
Mr Howe, wbo was driving, ii no
able to esplaio the accident. He
says tbat be may bave been driving
too 'ast around tbe "double 8" curve,
where the car went over or it may
have been that tbe brakes failed to
work Nor can be explain bow bet
and bia family escaped.
Another machine brought the
Howes into Prescott and a garage
man went out for tbe Ford. It was
badly smashed up bat came iu on its
own power. Itcao oe repauea only
widb great difficulty and expense.
Taz Commissioner Eowe sad fami
ly wer !;UJj. Tcrbtor: resident...
Mr Howe terving as Assessor cf Co-
chis county for two terms, and tho
many frionds of the 'estimable family
are pleased to learn tbat theyescsped
Valuable Old Arizona
Land Patents Fcund
Prosecuting his rearcb for 'infor
mation regarding the records ol bis
new office, Register WeecMn of tbe
land office bas nccovered one hun
dred or more patents to valuable Ari
zona lands, which bave remained un
called for In the local office for
different periods of time ranging from
ona to 40 years.
An examination of these patents
discloses the fsct that moat of tbsm
cover some of'tbe most valuable farm
ing Iandsand promising miningolaimi
in tba state.
Io this bunch of unclaimed patents
is one for lands embrasr d In tbe in
corporate city of Tucson, which was
issoed by tba government nearly a
half century ago, and whirh bears tba
signature ol u . o. uraot, than pres
Several days ago Colonel Weedio
uVarthed a goodly number of patents
remainiog unclaimed, a list of which
was publish) d, end ha was eoaeidarably
surprised upon finding another filing
;ease well 'filled with -these -valaable
f from Tuesday's Dally
Tbe T oibetoce Billiard P.rlors is
.' today being moved from the old loca
tion into tbe building nezt to the
American Kitchen, where Proprietor
W P Thompson will herea'ter conduct
tba business. Mr Thompson an
nouncea that on tbe opening day he is
to tender a big 'Meed" to bis friends,
the data of which he will announce
Among those registered at tbe
Arlington hotel are: Olay Parker of
Willoox; Grant Baily of Willcox; W
k Reybold of San Franoiaco; F A
French of Phoeniz.
Sup rvisor Wm RIggi ! iu tbe oily
today from bis ranch near Dos Gabexaa
to be present at tbe meeting of tbe
Attorney H A Elliot is in tbe
county seat today from Douglas on
Miss Lieth Terry arrived in tbe city
lasf evening, from Gleeson , on a visit
with her frieod, Miss Oda Belle Davis
She returned home this afternoon.
Edward Barnett returned to Bisbee
last evening after a pleaeant visit in
this city with friends.
Mrs R J Ufio was an outgoing pas
senger this morning tor Tucion on a
few days visit before returning to
ber borne in San Franciico.
Manage- A H Gardner, of the Hua
obuca Water Co., returned la t even
ing from Los Angeles where he bas
be sn for the psat three weeks on a
visit with his family. Mr Gardner
reports bis wife and ohild as doing
nicely and will soon return home,
were outgoing passengers last evening
for Bisbee on a visit with friends.
William Cowan, tbe well known
cattlemen, ii in tbe coy today accom
panied by his wife.
Has Faith in Camp
After s short visit in Bisbee, Mayor
W F Kucbenbecker, of Tombstone,
le't for his borne at tbe county (eat
yesterday afternoon. While in the
district be talked with a represents-
live of Tbe Review and showed tbat
he was as optimiitic ai one well could
be as to tbe future of tbe historic
camp of Anions. He considera dark
days as passing and tbat a new day of
prosperity is about to dawn.
"I am as confident as man can te
tbat Tombstone will come back and
prosperity will soon revive. The
mines on tbe bill are by no means
played out by merely await further
development on different lines from
those tbat brought about tbe failure
of tbe T C M company," ssid Mayor
Kucbsnbecker. "The rich ore was
found in the upper levels, above tbe
600 level," the mayor continued, "and
there is much ground above tbat
level tbat has beeq little ezplored at
all. Since the mines bave sbut down
there bas been leasing done and many
of tbe I'aaori have been very success
ful. I believe we shall soon see a re
organization and a resumption of
work and that success will attend the
new efforts and bring old Tombstone
back among tbe rich producers. This
is indicated by tbe work that the
leasers have done and are doing.
Some are shipping ore tbat runa as
high as $2300 net to the carload."
Mr Kucbenbecker spiLe of tbe re
cent decision of tbe United States
apellate or-urt that affirmed the de.
cision in favor of tbe claims of labo'
and supplies over those of bondhold
ers and stated tbat he believed tbat at
a result some action would be seen.
That action be believed would mean
the resumption of active work and
tbat on an Increasing scale.
Tombstone's mayor ezprcsrd bis
appreciation and tbat of bis .fellow
townsmen of tbe efforts made in Bis
bee to keep the oldett city of Cocbise
county on tbe map, to run tbe s'ate
highway and tbe Borderland Route
through bis city and aaid that such
friendship bad come wben it waa
neeJed and would always be remem
bered. It had been done, be said, in a
spirit of kicdness tbat was typical of
8pcaking of tbe county seat remov
al project, Mr Kuckenbecker said tbat
be had ao fears of losing it and never
had. "We shall be able to keep it for
a long Urn'," be said. "Of tbat I am
confident, but aboard tbe people role
in favor ol the bill on which we bave
swowfow velardun, and aaonld we
in the end lose oar fight, then, but
not till then .will' we give op. Be-
r sw-f, ft
From Wedifeday-a Bally
laul Smith made a brief busi
ness trip to Bisbee last evening
and will return this afternoon.
Mrs C T Gandy returned to her
home in Willcox todaj' after a two
"cua, 3 pieaani slay m Tomb
atone, the guest of her aunt, Mrs
County Surveyor J S McNeish
is in the city today on an olBcial
O P Bondesson is anion-; those
registered at the Arcade today
J N Christcnson, of St David, is
a visitor in the county seat today
L F Kuchenbeckcr and family
left this afternoon for Los Anceles
and other coast points, where they
win spend a few weeks at tho sea
The Board of Supervisors went
to the county road camp yesterday
on a trip of inspection and report
work as progressiug rapidly at
Manager Harry Evans of the
Mountain States Telephone com
pany, returned last evening from
Benson where he went to repair the
Mrs C V Hicks, wife of Treas
urer Hicks, accompanied by her
son, William, were outgoing pas
sengers for Bisbee yesterday on a
visst with friends.
Mr and Mrs James Marrs and
daughters Misses Mildred and Vir
ginia, accompanied by Mill Grace
Qallen, returned yesterday from a
two week's pleasant outing in tbe
Huachueas, where they enjoyed the
cool mountain breezes beneath the
towering pines Tbey report a splendid
Supervisor Wm Rigga was an
outgoing passenger' for Willcox
D A Adams of Dragoon is in the
Supervisor John Rock left today
for his ranch in the Huachueas.
Burnett Jaeobson, who was arrested
a few months sgo in Los Ange'es
through tbe efforts of United Statea
Special Customs Inspector Creigbton
for jumping bis bail bond, waa brought
to Phoenix yesterdsyand placed in tbe
county jail rending trial by the federal
court. Jaeobson was arrssted about a
yeas ago on a charge ol smuggling and
waa released on bail to appear at the
fall term of court. Instead of appear
ing at tbe time set, Jaeobson jumped
his bonds and left for parts unknown
and it was only through accident tbat
he was lound and rearrested.
Jaeobson after bis escape from the
jurisdiction of the federal court of this
district went to Los Angeles and re
mained in hiding for nearly a year un
til tbe bne and cry that had been set
up afterhis sodden departure bad died
down. He then ventured io appear
once more in his ntual haunts and
wbil he was watkingdown one ol the
principal streets of Los Angelsshe was
seen by Creigbton and recognised.
Cretghloo then bell tbe man until an
officer arrived and placed him under
arrest. 8ince bis arrest Jaeobson baa
tried every means io his dower to pre
vent his retu'n to Arixons. Tbe vsr
ioui legal methods tbat be bas used to
prevent bis retcrn have occupied tbe
courts in California for several months
but tbey were of no avail.
New Newspaper For
Tbe Arironian" is the name of th
new paper soon to be published at
Bowie by Herman Freeee Mr "frees i
has just arrived from Pender, Nebras
ka, where be has been county attorney
of Antelope connty for number ol
years He is also a newspaper aan
tarfw experience. Tbe paper will be
a weekly of seven columns, devoted t
tbe interests of Bowie and San Simon
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