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For State Senator
I hereby lolicit tbe support of the
voter of Cochie county in the general
election November 3rd. 1911. for atate
senator from Cochise county. I ofTtr
a my qualifications my record of effi
ciency and business administration
since'tbe beginning of Cochise county-
WILLIAM M. KIOQS.
Krgular Democratic Nominee.
I liorebr announce mvself as a can
.li.liiB tor re-election to tbe office of
sheriff, at tbe General election Novem
ber 3rd, 1914, and soiici: tbe support of
the voters of Cochise connty
HARRY 0. WHEELER.
RrjuSai Democratic Nominee.
For County Recorder
I hereby respectfully solicit the sup-
port of the voters of Cochise county at
the general electioi, November 3, for
the re-election to the office of county
recorder of Cochise connty. on tne
OWEN E MUKPHY.
Regular Democratic Nominee.
For Justice of Peace
I hereby solicit the support of the
voters at ibe General Election, Nov.
3rd for Justice of the Pejce, Tomb
A. L. GODFREY.
Regular Democrauc Nominee.
I hereby solicit tbe support of the
voters at ibe election November 3, for
the office of constable. Tombstone Pre
cinct. No. 1.
Regular Democritic Nominee.
For County Treasurer
I solicit .be support of tbe vo'ers at
ho regular eleotion, November 3, 1914,
and if elected will promise to give a
satisfactory administration, wi-hou'
favoritsm orpartia'iiy. Kxperier.ce in
affairs of this office, as I hate been
deputy treasurer for the past six years
Regular Republican Nominee.
I hereby solicit ibe support of the
voters In tbe general election on Novem
ber 3rd, for the office of supervisor. If
elected I will give tbe county a strict
business administration to the best of
my ability' Thirty-four years a resi
dent and heavy taxpayer, and I respect
fully solicit inquiries into my past busi
C. L CUMMINGB.
Regular Republican Nominee.
For Justice of Peace
At the solicitation of my friends, and
on account of the publ c feeling as so
spontaneously expressed in tbe recent
primaries, I have decided to announce
myself aa a candidate for justice of the
peace of the Tombstone Precinct. I
solicit tbe support of the voters of the
precinct, regardless of party, lor the
W. A. FOWLER.
No other as goc
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In a free.for.all drunken brawl be.
teen2and3 o'clock this morning,
in tbe Meiican settlement ol the city,
o:e Mexican by tbe name of Guada
lupe Valdex. is dead by being beaten
to death by atones, while a secotid
Meiican, named Castelfb is seriously
injured, with a badly lacerated face
and body. About right suspect hare
been jailed through tbe efforts ol tbe
city otbciali and tbe Sheriffs ofSce,
and tbe officers ate busy looking for
several more whom were implicated in
tbe muiderout aetault.
It appears that during Ibe latter
part of last week several of tbe local
Meiican, wbo have ptomitiug leaves
on tbe hill, received returns aggreal
ing clrse to $1000, witti tbe result of a
general "spree," and the frte.for.-aII
last night, during which recks, as sell
at cth.r deadly weapons were used
with tbe above cisualtiet,
Tbe preliminary Is pending await
ing the outcome of the injured Mexi
can, but tbe city and county author
ity's are working bard on tbe caie aid
it ' expected before many hours pats
tbe right parties who committed tbe
deeds will be brought to by. Mean
while the eight suspects under arrest
are lodged in tba county jail, awaiting
Sunday night, a general free-tor-all
wl bad at Contention , near Fairbank
in which two Mexicans were pretty
b idly carved up. Tbey were arrested
and given tbeir preliminary before
Justice 61 tbe Peace Uodfrey yesterday,
and held over to tbe Superior Court
To Conduct Mill
Arrangements have been made by
the Forest Service for the commeice
meot of a mill scal study ol we; tiro
yellow pine, at Flagstaff, Arizona
mills about October 1. Tbit study is
ircilar to tome that bave been corn
pleted in other western districts, tbe
objct being to determine tbeamounl.
and grades ol lumber produced from
western yellow pine Io?t, and to pro
cure data upon which to draw epeclfi.
Oations fcr the classifying ol logs into
grado. Tbis information in torn i
tobonsed as tbe bssis for determining
tbe quality of standing timber in
grade of merchantable lumber and
also tbe percentages to be allowed for
waste due to defect in tbe standing
The Early Bird
Can See the Comet
Witb tbe naked eye those wbo arise
sufficiently early in the morning, can
can see in the northeastern sky tbe
periodic comet which is Darned after
Jobsn Franz Encke, a German astro
nomer wbo observed the celestial vii
tor vry close to 100 years ago, calcu
lated it orbit and determined its peri
The comet rite above the horizon
about 3 o'clock In tbe morning, and
can be distinguished readily by turn
ing tbe sight in tbe direction named.
With approach of daylight it fades
away and disappesr.
Tbe first announcement of tbe sp
prsranoe of tbiiat this time was in
some of tba eastern pspers of last
week an obrver tn one of tbe
eastern universities baring diacovered
it shadow io a photograph ol that
part of tbe beavens be had taken
Thursday night, or early Friday morn
ing. Under New Management
Mrs LKKettlewell ha taken charge
of tbe Sonnytide Rooming boose on
5tb street, between Allan and Tough
nut, and has bad the building renov
ated, and remodeled. Eyerytbiog is
neat and clean aod.cp to date.
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. Tbe United States civil service com
mission it announcing a number ot
examinations to be held in tbe oear
future. Tbe positions to be fill) d
through tboolvil ten-Ice list resulting
trcm the coming examination ate:
Aut machinist, Oct. 2; ferryman,
Oct 12;dairy husbandman. Oct. 12;
linotype, machinist, Oct. -1; book
binder, Oct. 21; cadet engiueer, Oct
Came After Prisoner
J F McCuistion, sheriff of farfamed
Jackson county, Arkansas made tbe
fifteen hundred mile trip to Arizona,
arriving in I'hsenix Saturday to get A
H Hill, wbo, under the alias ot Beck
er,i now undergoing a term of forg
ery In tbe Arizona state penitentiry
at Florerce. It is to answer a similar
charge d the state o' Arkan-at that
Hill le tote removed to that stale
Shoots Himself in the Arm
While bunting near Wheatfields, J
P Dunawar, organizer for the Herald,
o" Liberty at Miami, ace dentally shot
himself in the left a-m. Tbe arm was
so badly shattered by the ihotgun dis
cbarge that It was necessary to am
putate tbe member.
Ariionan Builds Airship Destroyer
An airship dertroyer, knon as
"Arizona No. I," hag just been com
pleted by D R Tboman.ol Bonita.
He bas eent tbe plan to Senator H F
Athor-t, of Arizona, for presentation
to the United States govercment, and
be is aleo offering tbe plars for sale to
other governments. In 1906 Tbomau
offered bis invention ot an airship to
to the United States
Arrangements for Camp-Meeting
Seventh Day Adventists ol Arizona
will bold their annual camp-meeting
and conference in Pboemx from Oct
ober 8 to IS. Arrangements already
bave been made for pitching Ibe tent
Will Keturn to Mexico
Picked up on tbe ttreets in Douglas
shortly after having returned from
Florence, where he-served a yer on a
serious charge. Ccnccpcion Aguine.
a Mexican, was placed under arrest
Sunday by F W Ueatb, inrpeetor in
charge at tbe Douglas immigration
station. Following a brief bearing
before a special board of inquiry
Agolrre con-ented to return to Mexico
to escape deportation.
Wagon Runs Over Teamster
Bill Qoain, a teamster for Jones &
Hioes, the Tucson brick makers, was
badly injured laet week, when be fell
from a wagon that be was driving and
tbe wagon paeed over his body.
While going down a steep trade, ectre
tbine gave way at tbe frootof tbe
wagon and Quain clipped otT Tbe
wheel passed over bis abdomen
Cattle Will Be Educated
Cattle on the forest reserves will be
educated to stay on tbe areas allotted
to tbeir owners. A conference en
allotments of grazing lands was held
Saturday at the office of Forest Super
visor R J Selkirk. John Kerr, assis
tant district forester, is Tucion from
Work On Highway
Witb tbe completion last week of
tbo grading on tbe state highway two
miles out of Douglas by Contractors
Scott and Kimmell, a gcal was pie-ed
in tt.e construction of good roads in
uocniee county, rue work on sur
facing tbit stretch with six inches ol
gravel wat begun Monday, and when
completed there will be a continuous
stretch of excellent highway between
Douglas and Bisbee.
Fair Will Be Better Than Eyer
Declariog that tbe Arizona State
Fair to be beld at Pboenlx during tbe
week beginning November 9th will be
bigger and better tban ever, and that
tbe mining exhibit In particular will
(urpaet all former ones, J C Goodwin ,
superintendent of tbe mining depart
ment, it in Cochise to secure addition
To Fight for Country
Filled with enthusiasm for their na
tive land, and shouting hr praUea to
the ikies, SO Servian left BisteeMon
day for New York, eo route to Pervia
via Italy, to fight fcr their country.
A few went on tbe morning train but
the majority left at tix in tbe evening.
Tbey were accompanied to the depot
by several hundred of tbeir country
men and a the train palled out there
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was much shouting aud waving c1
Sisters Meet at Old Age
One ol the most remarkable cases ol
finding lost relatives has recently come
to light, wheio two listen who bad
been separated for forty-two years
found each other alive and well, al
though both had grown from youig
woaianhcod to graudmotberhood in
the meantime, when Mrs California
Carpenter aud Mrs Arizona Urtbears
m t In the home ol a granddiugbter
and grandniece in Ma-a recently
Joe Brown Passes Away
Joe Brown, for twenty-four years
a resident of Arizona and a resident
ol Donglas for four or five years, and
one ol the n ot widely known mining
men in that section, die J at 1:'20 Tues
day morning st hi bomr at ibe Col
orado rooms alter an Illness of more
tban three weeks. Mr Brown was 56
years old, and ' survived ty hie widow
and it IS supposed that he has rela
tives in Michigan, his home state, but
as De Itlt tueronben only lb years
old, and never corresponded with any
of them, it is not known where tbey
may be found.
Much Interest In
Shrine at Grand Canyon
PHOENIX. Sept. 30. Much in
terest is beiug manifested locally n
the coming great Sbrine ceremonial at
the rim ol the Granc) Canyon. Tbe
occasion is the first visit of Imperis
Poientate Frederick R Smitbof Roch
ester. New York, and a distinguished
party of famous ehrinersfrom theeast
Tbey are to arrive at the canyon from
San Diego CI , where they will be
entertained on tbe day previous to the
A special train of some ten cars cars
will be brought to tht canyon from
lamornia to accommodate tbe po
tentates of Oakland, fan Dieo, S
Francisco, and Los Angeles, and
their several followines.
lhe Arizona ccntingfnt will take
train at Phoenix on tbo n ght of
October 4 arriving at tbo caoyon at
10 o'olock on the morning of tbe Stb
wnen mo worst ol initialing more
tban MX) candidates will he staged
fur the benefit of tbe ehriners.
Guard Your Children
Against Bowel Trouble
Many children at an early age
become constipated, and frequently
serious consequences result. Not
being able to realize his own con
dition, a child's bowels should be
constantly watched, and a gentle
lixative given vhen necessary.
Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets are
especially well adapted to women
and children. The Sisters of
Christian Charity, eji Charles St,
Luzerne, Pa., who attend many
cases of sickness say of them:
'Some time ao v, beffin using Dr.
Afllea Laxative Tablets and (lnd ttat
we like them very much. Their action
U excellent and v rre irateful for
bavins been nii!e acquainted w!ln
them. VTc have had (rood results In
every cae and the Bisters are very
The form and favor of any medi
cine is very important, no matter
who is to take it. The taste and
appearance are especially important
when children are concerned. AI!
parents know ho hard it is to giie
the average child "medicine." even
though the tate is partially dis
guised. In usinii Dr. Miles' Lax
ative Tablets, however, this diffi
culty is overcome. The shape of
the tablets, their appearance and
candy-like taste at once appeal to
any cluld, with the result that they
are taken without objection.
The rich chocolate flavor and
absence of other taste, make Dr.
Miles' Laxative Tablets the ideal
remedy for children. ,
If the first box fails to benefit,
the price is returned. Ask your
druggist A box of 25 doses costs
only 23 cents. Never sold in bulk.
MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, la
atSClXt Ma.NUFACTntl.NC CO-SEATTLE
the Big Race
Now that the Albuquerque. Phoenix
auto race bas been abandoned because
it jroulil Insure more to tbe benefit of
Arizona than Now Mexico and Albu
nuernue iti iiarlicuUr. according to
tbo stand taken by tbe merchants ol
that city, and tbo (act ttiat !. An
gel's Is dabbling with a race via a now
route that will be lar fr rr. satlifactory
aid which todate ba only lour entri,
the big race that will make tbem all
sit up and take noticn is the El Paso-
Tombtlone-I'boenix race, which has
40 entries and will bate over 20 to
The traoifer of Forest Supervlror
John D Guthrie from the Apache Na
tional Forest with headquarters at
tspringerville, Ar zona, to tbo Coco
nino National Forest at Flagstaff,
Arizona, vien Forest Supervisor Drake,
resigned , is announced by the District
Forester st Alhnquerque, New Mexico.
Mr Guthr.o is a graduate of Union
College and Yale University. He ha
been in chares of tbe Anache National
Forest for tbe past fivo years. The
new post is considered the most im
portant of tba national forests of tbe
southwest. Forort Examiner Frederic
Winn will sneceed to the charce of the
Apache National Forest by promotion.
Mr Winn graduated from Rutgers
College in 19)2.
To Issue Bonds
PHOENIX. September 2J.
Application for porrnisaion to iisue
f 2,759,153.74 par value r funding
bonds nss filed with the corporation
oin.mission today by Ibe Southern
Pacific Railway company.
The amount is declared recestary
'or expenditures in Arizona, California
and New Mexico. Arizona and New
Mexico's part represents only a few
thousand, however, as most of the sum
u for California
A list ol items wbich tbe big sum
covers is included with the applica
tion. It shows HU, 261.53 for a new
depot at Oakland, a bridge over the
Sacramento river costing I97.G01 73
tracks between San Pedro and Wil
mington cost $105,372.37, double
tracking io California costing about
T.e above are the biggest items.
In the list of small items Is included
the purchase of motor cars for the
Tucon divieion ensting $ie95.72,
fence shop at Ynma costing $1223,67,
and renewal of rails on the Tucson
division costing $10,550.51.
Purchase of Fam
ous Congress Mine
TRESCOTT, Sert.30. Wben"Dis
mocd Jo" Reynolds purcbaeed the
famous Congress mine and thereafter
led in a project for building a north
and south railroad in Arizona, he was
influenced particularly by friendship
to Frank M Murpby. Mr Murpby
thereafter managed the railroads and
mine for a' corporation which 'was
closely affiliated with tbe Santa Fe
main line system, wbich prolab'y was
tbe raute of bringing into Arizona
more money tban any other ebterptite
ever known. That tbe friendship with
Reynold continued unbroken i in
dicated by the recording yesterday,
in Presoott of a deed made by Rey
nold's widow in favor ot Murphy,
directing the conveyance of a large
amount of Arizona property, includ
log 250 lots, io an addition to Pres
oott, certain moneys in the Bank of
Arizona, tbe Silver Trail and Chalcv.
diny mines in tbe Harayampa dis
trict, certa-n lots iu tbe city of Pru
cott.arrong them tbe site of tbe Prri
cott National Bank, a note of $3000,
due from former residents of tbe city.
and other consideration.
Of State University
PHOENIX, Sept. 2G. Announce
ment was on) today from the gov
ernor's otfioe of the appoln uifcut ol
Frank II Here!ord l TuetbO as chan
cellor of the slate university in that
Hereford succeeds lit. v. Lot an W
Wheatley, who reaigued to lake the
charge ol a church in Oroitlle, Cl,
HerVford ai previously obancellor,
having resigned stveral montbs ago
juet befotc tns departure for a trip
abroad. He is now en route home
Resigning of Can
didates Up to Date
Up to closing time of tbe office of
tbe Hoard of Superviso's Friday eve
ning but two ot tbe candidal, b of tbe
Republican and Progressive that ere
to resign and leave tbe places vacant
on tbe Progreisite ticket and W J
White tbe Republican ca ididate for
The Republicans will have to look
for another candidate for representa
tive on thetr ticket as John A Rock,
fellow wbom tbey proposed to run bat
absolutely refused to be a candidate
and inthnatis that be will give moet
of bis support to the Democratic
Lawyers Dont Know
What New Laws Mean
PHOENIX, Sept. 28. Great in
terett continues to be taken here and
throughout tbe state in tbe " initiated
measures" coming up for vote this
fall; and aa discussion waxes warm
many dark colored temry are coming
to light in tbe yari u- legal wocdpilee.
Lawyers themselves arrdiviled about
some of the pjints, and. about otter
tbey refute to express any opinion at
A big woolgrowcr now in town has
inquired of T C Power, eecretary of
the Greater Arizona League, tbe
meaning of tbe clauss in the SO p'r
ceot Citizenship Law that employers
of five or more workers in tbe state of
Arizona shall employ '80 ppr cent
qualified electors or native .born citi
zens of tbe United States." The ques
tion is, dees "qualified electors" roe-in
electors ol the stste or Arizona only
or aces it include the other elate-T
To make eure Mr Power referred tbe
matter to a prominent attorney of
Phoenix, who replied, "I don't know
And nobody elee can tell until the
laws are passed upon by the courts."
iuia point is of special interest to
the woolgrowers, as during the rush
reason tbey bave to errploy trany
Mexican?, wbo have been naturalized
in New Mexico but are not qualified
-lectors of Arizona.
San Simon to
Wm Ripga and John Rock, ccunty
supervisors, were here Sunday, having
driven through f.-om Douglas in Mr
Riggs Ford, via Paradiss and the
Willie Rose mine.
It is understcod that, after having
driven out to the warb, by tbe travel
ed road just north of the railroad the
supervisors promised San Simon a
5ft bridge there, wbich is mnch
It is also given out that an appro
priation will te made for repairing the
San Simon-Paradise road for tbe bene
fit of tba people of thoso two plarr
and of the Willie Rite company.
WANTED to boy. Live-Oila mon
sters and scales. $2.C0willta pa
for live Gila monsters, and from 35
cents to 75 cents for tntkes. Address
or call on Erl V. Sands, Tombstone.
P O Box 337. Adv
put tiu ni.i-nuvr .anK "aa
m au"wA4 oi & i 1.U1M nX as,
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Court Cases Filed
SUM HIOK COUkT
Juf'rment in Suit
7i5 Catherine Sat,dereon, Dr, R
J-'aadfrfon C ; drcren of divorce
24C. P Uordoc, Dr, H Merrill, Cr ;
25G. It Morrison, Dr, H Merrill,
Cr; f 1'JC.
708 C McGIone, Dr, Norton-Morgan
Com C Cr; $226 87
783 II Rixter, Dr.Iona Baxter, Cr;
decree of divorce.
712. RRagina. Dr, Martha Sacd
slrom, Cr; title quieted.
811. JShadwiek. Dr, F Maiwell,
Cr; conveyance of aater right.
83 US of Mexico vs E Aco:ta;
8S1. W Arnold vs B Benton et al;
action for debt.
f?S5. Pearl Harmon vs T Htrmon;
action for divorce.
8S6. JRockvsW D McFarland;
8S7. Maria Lopez vs M Lopez ; ac
uon for divorce.
8SS- M Barrett vs C & A Mining
SSO. A ArdhuUta vs R Scott et al;
890. M Craves vs Angela Chaves;
ac ton for ditorce.
fc'JI. R Mallory vs Tl eresa Mai
lur , action fi r divorce.
M Etchito; hearing petition for
R Thompson; petition for letters of
M Guerro; settlement of a-count.
Guardianship Ayala minors; peti
tion for guardianship .
Guardian-hip F Borrows; appoint
ment of guardian.
V Wiley; petition for letters of ad
ministration. II Kratzberg; order appointing ap-
P O'Brien; heariog petition for
letters of admrn.
F Stmp'on; bearing petition for
ettera of admrn.
V Bokio; hearing petition for let
ters of ad mm.
C Harricgton; hearing petition for
'etters of admrn.
J Rerry; decree settlement of iioal
RSoza; decree establishing notice
Mary Callahan; decree of notice
Bisbee Ore on
County Seat Removal
The Bisbee Ore, in commenting 00
the Douglas cry of "change the county
'eat, no matter wbat Ibe roet," say
in part, regarding the Douglas p-o-po'al
of a cbai ge:
"It looks a pity tbat after all these
jcars of dullness. Tombstone should
lose her court house just when she is
coming back to the large mining
prosperity tbst won her tbe county
eeat in tbo beginning. However, as
between tbe court bou-e and a big
minin: camp pay roll, there is no
question as to wbich way 'lombstone
wool J choose As tbe fates are nlay.
ing the game, one i apparently to be
the recompense for Ibe oiber. Doog
las is taking the lead to the end of get
ting the removal enabling act through
the electioo. Douglas want tbe
court bouse. Should removal be de
cided upon, of course Doug'as will
have to reckon witb Bisbee and Low
ell. Io the meantime the Donglaa
slogan of "we do not care where tba
court honse goes to long as it is
brought out cf Tombstone" will be'
accepted bere as breeze out of 'lie
s.iuib generally are."
It is quite evident from this that
tfceOre is onto theDoogla grabber
and so ate the rest of the tax payers.
Tombstone expects 10 retain the
c.unty teat and expects the Warren
District to help to thai ecd. Special
or clas legislature will not be toler
ated ty tbe voters ot tbettate.
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