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PACK FOUR
TOMBSTONE EPITAPH
SCXDAY. DECEMBER M. 12
TOMBSTONE TOWN
TOPICS TERSaY TOLD
TUESDAY
ON REGULAR VISIT.
K A Lauck-, wholesale druggist of
Tucson is a Tombstone visitor today.
VISITED MOTHER.
Walter Lombard), of Long Beata.
Calif spent the holidays in Tomb
stone wiih l.i. mother, Sirs. I". Lom
bard He made the trip by auto.
WITH RELATIVES.
Sli-s (lara Iso. societj editor of
the Douglas international, spent Xtnas
in Tonilis'one with her lrnts. Sir.
and Vr- John Iso. and family.
FROM 20UGLAS.
U tin- Street i spending the Xmas
hclidas with lilt mother, Sirs. A. II.
Car .n t He is attending school in
Doug'as
MIMNC MAN HERE.
I. t Shalturk. president ot the
Shall ink SHuing company, of Ulsbee,
accompanied by his wife, spnl the
daj in Tomb-tone today.
FOR CHRISTMAS.
Ru-sell Xoye-, foreman of themahi-
teuar. department of the state high
way Ui , a-tineat. spent the holidays In
rrnmli-Tnn taltli hi miktkpr Mr Al'
Coyes
RETURNED HOME.
Sir.-. II K. Friday, formerly Slt-s
Sliidrcd Siarrs, of this city. left to
dav for her home in Winstow, aftfc-
spending the Christmas holiday iwr-i
lod .t'i her iiarent-. lr. and
SIr. i
Juni' Mrrs.
COUNTY ROAD WORK.
Ku. i, Janu.tr' the new board of
superv ,r- expect to fet Uirsy with
some n .ded county road work, and
from ail ai counts the road from Don
Luis to Tombstone, via Hereford and
Charleston will be one of the first
pieces tn be worked over.
ENJOYED XMAS DINNER
IN TOMBSTONE.
Janes and Logie and wife, of
Douglas, were the guests of Judge A. i
SI. Sames and -mother in this city
tenlnv miovin- their Vmis I'frnor
at the Gray home Sir. Logie is pub
lisher of th" Douglas Dispatch.
INSURANCE MEN.
W s. Becinan, and Jack McGregor,
insurance men of Bisbee, were visi
tors In town today.
IN BISEEE.
SJ C Haukin-. clerk erf the board
of supervisors, and county treasurer
elect, went to Bibe today on a brief
official visit.
i
FINED S25.00.
For op-.-atlng his automobile while
Pele
under the influence of liquor
'irn.n :, :,.. t ii........ r.? ;-.'
ot -a iea-or, was fn:
s,juakaiai.iWfttwHatw-V-vj
today li) Jvlge H. P. Slerill. TrejoJ"11' '"nioriow. Sir. and Sir-. Wale:
was arrested Saturday night bf City
Slarsha! Pcrter SlcDonald.
TAKEN TO PEN.
i
Sheriff Joe Hood today took tot
prisoners to the penitentiary at Flor
ence. Henry Brown, sent tip from 10
to 11 j ears for murder and Frank Way
convicted auto thief who Is to serve
7. to 10 years were the prisoners.
VISITING SISTER.
Siiss C-e'ilia Johnson, of Bisbee, Is
spending a few days In Tombstone
the guest of 'her sister. Mrs. J. C.
Grant, having accompanied Sir. and
Sirs. Grant home this morning from
Bisbee where' they spent Christmas.
TO BISBEE.
John II. Davis, assistant to P. G
Betkett, manager of the PhelpsTJodgu
mining interests, returned to els da
lies in Blsbe this morning after
stcndlng Xmas with bis family
DONT OVERLOOK JT.
This j'ear anyone who has not ap
1 1 i
piled for their auto license will be
subject to a tine unless they make
application Utore 5 p. m. ca January
10th. The ibfes't way is to have your
little ftin''YaK! oY'tHewTi'it and blue
coYor.s oa your car 1efore 'daylight on
January 1st.
SPENT XMAS HERE.
Paul Bidsoo spent the Christmas
holidays la 'Tombs' ao! '
Lfcertd'vJeor''
Charles . Taomp'soB.'ageu' 21, and
Misi layrac'e '"Ai'iord. 'ased' IS,, both
ofDduglisrw traated a license to
we- y Qpe'dor'ilart Clerk J. E.
James In -'morning,'
TREAT TO PRISONERS.
A pleasing incident of the Xmu
holiday vKi a nice treat taken each
of the prisoners in the
I their devoted friends, .Mrs. Ana-
(strong and Sir. Johnson. The tooth-1
'some goodies were much appreciated '
'as well as the kindlv spirit th-it
I prompted the sifts
NEARLY DONE.
The shooting of iiuail legally must
tome to an end with the settlns of
the sun next Sunday. We can still
shoot rabbits but een to' do that a and has many friend here who will
license I neces-ary and on January wish her happiness on the sea of mat
1st Jeni must get a new one for 1523. 1 rlmou.v , although regretting her ele-
ELEC7RIC LIGHT.
It is reported that un electric light
franchise for Tombstone will soon be
sought from the City Council. Sach,
a plant is needed in Tombstone and ;
one properly financed should have
no tiemble in building up a paying
business (ruin the start.
TWO CARS OVER GRADE.
Peins coming over from Ulsbee
lk morning repoit that two tars.
I both belonging to tourists, went over
the grade on the Divide this morning,
one Ford going off the embankiu"nt
ik. i. id. m bill l
the other ehlow the bridge near the TR0CL10 CASE DISMISSED.
Thou.- ranch . A bo) in one of the1 According to wot: received from
cars wa- setlou-ly Injured and takon 'BUbee thi- afternoon, the case against
to the hospital in UI-bee. Sunday a Joe TroKho. c-harsed with carrying
co'.iijion occarred when a car driven concealed weaiion. a.i dismissed in
bv a Slexican froai Norales ran into, the Justice court fo'lowins a hearing.
a Ford driveu T a Bitbee boy icaut.
N'o one was injured.
TO TAKE POSITION.
William Delbrtdie left Bbee today l as arrwtetl follow luc; hi, acijuittal ir,r. and Sirs K. SI Webb were
for I toenix vn hi way to Florence iu a --nd trial on a charge of at- nisi,es vl-itora to.la.v-.
where he Roes to take the po-itkm aa't! to m Ton' fitacoma at thecHARITY BALL
ivande Im-k at the state unitntiarv!Toi"bslone Auto company garage on, j!r. and Sir.-. J. F. Boss, Sir. and
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inavins iktu a;poiuicu co wi ivsi-
tlon by Governor-elect Geo. SV. !.
(Hunt. He will remain in Ilioenix
'until after Governor Hunt's inansur-
atioa and then go era to Florence,
He will be Joined bv Sirs. Deibrldse
a little later.
FOR CHRISTMAS.
SIHs Sllldred Sharp, of Douglas.'
and Sirs. Jack Lane, of Casa Grande,
jneice and nephew of Sirs. J. 51. Camp
tare spending the Chri-tmas holidays
I in Tomb-tone the guests of Sir. and
'Sirs Camp.
yes-!CAMP FIRE GIRLS
-O CAROLING.
The local Camp Fire Girls delighted
I
many famille
about the city Xasrnen,ls hre Kbo UJ" llf-"tt ot llls;VISITED FRIENDS.
F.ve when, in charge of ,Viss B. Ldna
Brady, they serenaded until 12 o'clcrk
and although they planned to make
a thorough job of it, they were forced
to -top at .o many plates that they
could not visit all :Ose whom they
had planned to s-renade.
VISITING RELATIVES
OR CHRISTMAS.
Sir. and Sir- Guy I' Xevit:.
o:
l'"'"- Ienl Christmas In Tomb-
.tone, the guests of Sir. and Sirs. Ceo
SI Wnles They will return to Plioe
to
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'accomjaaj ineiu ana speua cuts .c - .7,
'Sear holida.vs in Phoenix.
I IN BISBEE.
i
K. C. Jacobsoa. local leasor. Is in .returned home today from Los Angel
Bisbee. spending the holidays withie-. where he spent Christmas with
friends. relatives.
BIRTHDAY PARTY.
Slaster Henry Johnson entertained
a Urge number of xoung friends at
the home of his parents Sir. and Sirs.
II. I'. Johnson, Saturday afternoon,
the occasion being his eleventh birth
day. Outdoor games were played and
Christmas refreshments served.
VISITED IN BENSON.
Sir. and Sirs. C. S. Eeusoa and Slr.if-corge Rockhill
anil Sirs. Grant Warner spent Xmas
in Benson with relatives.
CONTRACTOR HERE.
S. T. Clark, contractor of Bisbee. is
in Tombstone and is figuring on a
number of cement sidewalk jobs, as
well as repairs on a number of
buildings, having started work on the
big adobe owned by Slayor Jos,
Ivey on 1th and Allen.
A.
WEDNESDAY
N BISBEE.
County Attorney J. F. Boss and
Sirs. Boss spent the day In Bisbee to
- t I r
day.
TOMBSTONE GIRL
TO BE MARRIEO;
.1
Miss Minnie" Sanders' and Browning
Van Duren are to be married 'in Tuc-j
son today, according' to' word given
out by relatives of trie bride-to-be.
The couple left this' morning for
Tccson. where the marriage will be
performed and from there they will
continue on to Tama to make their
home. Sir. Van Durea bein; comact-
county Jstl by led with the paving firm of White I take two prisoners to the state penl
Sirs. Ana- Miller. They were accompanied by tentlar)'.
Miller. They were accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence, who will alio,
go to Yuma. Mr. Lawrence is also
tounectej with the paving firm.
The marriage will be the culnilna-1
tlon of a romance which started
shortly after the groom located in
Tomb-tune with White Sillier.
Slls Sandtvrs is a Tombstone girl
itjrttire from Tombstone.
CAMP FIRE GIRLS MEET.
The Amahami Camp Fire Girls held
their meeting for the purpose of elect-
ing officers at the
home of lone
Sparks last evening. The following
officers were chosen to act for the en-1
.suing year Lucille Bennett, pre.!'
dent; Carrol Saundem. vice presl
dent: I-ena Giacoletti. secretary;
Grace Knot', treasurer.
Dorothy
Kreb will Jwve charge of the
grams for the ne-xt l months Af-
ter the business was finished refresh-
ments Here served bv the ho-tess.
ments were served bv the ho-tess. '
A trial before a Jury held two -.veek3 holhlavs in Cleesou with them, were
ias resulted In u disagreement, Tro- visitor in the count v seat tcwlay.
' ?llo twins release.1 on lond. TrosliolN BIS3EE.
Srrlmh- -
RELIEF R. R. MEN HERE.
I'at Shea and 3: W. Howard, of -
IVrjgla. are on the local run for a
few days, relieving Bob Ttimmics and
I
Archie Forkner. who are
taking a
short la) off
WIFE OF TOMBSTONE MAN
DROWNED CHRISTMAS DAY.
Jame- Lamb, well known Tomb-.vis.t
stone pioneer, today received a wire'lvn and Fern Halliday.
from his sein James, who resides in
'Deep River. Washington, to tho et-
'feet that his wife was drowned at
'that place Christmas day.
'. The junior Sir. Lamb wa- born and
reared in this tlty, and ha
many
sorro"'fl,! --fortune with regret.
IN BISBEE.
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i.. j. Cornelius was ix urieL uusi -
lies visitor in Bisbee xesterday.
XMAS WITH FAMILY.
Jail. Slertaugh returned to Tomb
stone )e-terday from Bisbe-, where
he spent Christinas with hi- family.
TO DOUGLAS.
.Sirs. A. Cn-tini, and ton. Arthur,
went to Douglas today to visit friei.Us.j
'RETURNED HOME.
Sirs. Kitty Sander.c returned )ester-
da
from Tucson, where she spent
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RTURNED HOME.
Dick Kolb, dtput) county recorder,
I '-.--.
HERE TODAY. I
Mrs. Klla Barrett was a visitor in
'Tombstone today from Bisbee. She
will leave soon for California to
make her future home.
WITH DAUGHTER.
Sirs. Alice Hill returned homejes-
itcrday from Warren, where she spent
Christmas with her daughter. Sirs.
THUKSDAY
BISHOP ATWOOD
HERE SUNDAY.
Bishop Atwood, bishop of the dio
cese of Arizona, will be in Tombstone
Sunday and will hold services at St.
Paul's Episcopal church at 2:30 p. m.
MORE SIDEWALKS.
Laying of cement sidewalks in
front of the Sliano buildings on Allen
street, now occupied by the A. Cris
tin! Grocery, was started today by
Contractor Clark. This work will be
followed by laying of sidewalks in
front of the Woolery buildings on
Fourth and Allen, and possibly the.
, Costello property.
I
SAN-SIMON VISITORS.-
J. SI. McKenzie, Ceo. McKeflzie
and Jim Braley, cattlemen of San. Si-
mon. were visitors la Tombstone to
day. , - .
BACK FROM FLORENCE.
Sheriff J. F Hood and Jailer Cabe
Cboat returned home last eveninj
from Florence where they went to
tentiary. j
BISBEE. ATTORNEY.
Attorney SI. Bluiuenthal. of Elliii -
wood .t Hoss, of Bisbee. was a
tor in town today.
HAS APPENDICITIS.
Arthur Funk, Janitor at the court
house, is III at his homo with an at
tack of chronic appendicitis. During
his absent e Dave Walsh Is on tho
totirt house Job.
TOOK INSANE PATIENT.
Fred Bennett, for the sheriff's of-
flee, today took Theodore Llnd to
""' sta,e "I'WI at Phoenix. Llnd
.having
Ji.dge
been committed last week by
Allmrt SI. Sanies. They were
I.
eii as car as
erlff Itafferty.
Benson by Deputy
'V.'ILL RETURN.
Both Judges A. C. I.ockwood and;IN DOUGLAS
Albert SI. Sames. of the Superior!
court, are expected to return honie'"ue "l lIel" u'Im unuer fctiernt
pro-'tonight. .ludg I.ockwood from Flor-
.me and Judge Sanies from Tucson.
TO DOUGLAS.
Sheriff J. E Hood wa- called
Sheriff J. E Hood was called to
IHuglas todav on oSicial busings.
GLEESON VISITORS,
Con-table L. SI. Brown, of Gleuson.
acconiianied by his daushters, Sli.ses
Kthel and Ollle. and SIIs Bernico
Smith, of Bowie, who is spendlns the
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i.ii - . hhi r.dftesieiu aim .ir. iiu r
'Sirs. A. II. Gardner attended the
charity ball given liv the Cochise
County Phriners at the Conntry
Club I
, in Douglas last night.
FROM OKLAHOMA.
t William P. Halliday arrived via
uuto today from McAllister. Oklaho -
Ima. and will spend some time on
to his mother and sisters Caro-
MOVED IN.
SI. O. Linder I.at rented and moved
Into the Bra. in property on Fremont
street, now owned by G. W. Holland
'
FRIDAY
Mrs Albert Be'gcmist and children
pent yesterday in Bi-bee on a v isi:
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wiiu cti.-jius.
RETURNED HODE.
.V ark lnxon lias returned irom lion
Luis where he spent the Christmas
holiilavs wilh hi fainilv at Don Llllrf.
BRIEF, VISIT.
Mr-.. Dan Le.sly spent several hou's
in Bisbee xesterday with friends
IN BISBEE.
County Assessor Geo. R. Hcnshai
motored to Bisbee xesterday wherCj
he was tailed on ofT.ci.il business.
I IN DOUGLAS.
SI. C Lusa is in Douglas where L"
went to look after a shipment of ere
made from ills leae to the Dougla3
smelters.
ON SHORT VISIT.
H. D. Palmer, reporter in Division
2 of the Superior court, spent sev
eral hours in Bisbee yesterday.
TO BISBEE.
Sirs. Kleanor Coe. stenographer in
the sheriff's office, was a brief visi
tor in Bisbee yesterday.
"THE TRAP."
In speaking of "The Trap," in
which Lon Chaney will be seen at
the Crystal theater tomorrow nite,
the New York Slall said. "It is not
only for Lon Chaney's work, however,
tnat "The Trap is worth seeing. The
story is not an unusual one, but it
has been staged with so clear-cut a
pictorial beauty and is played so
well by its various characters that the
average motion picture fan should
regret missing it." There will also
be one reel of news pictures, with
15c and 2Jc admissions.
AUTO DEALER HERE.
J. J. Bo wen, Bisbee autrmob-C
dealer, was a visitor in Tombstone to
day having business at the court
house.
UP FROM DOUGLAS.
Contractor J. M. Spart.i, ho is
building Tombstone's new Unlvn high
school building, came up this morn
ing to look over things and 'will re
turn home tomorrow.
WILLCOX ATTORNEY.
Attorney J. C. Cung'l. of Willcox,
was among the visitors rn to an today
having business at the court house.
"A POOR RELATION."
The Suuday show at the Crjstal is
J Will Rogers in "A Poor Relation."
ione of his best bets and no doubt,
visl-'Sunday will see a bis house to xvlt-.by,
ness the clever actor when the sll
vcr screen presents him. Will Rogers
is Xtuli Vale, a shabby, lovable old
Inventor, who shared his tiny attic
with two orphan children he had
picked up out of the Butters. Admis-
slon 15c and L'.'c.
WILLCOX BANKER.
Wm. Biggs, Wilko- banked spent i
'a few- hours in the county seat today
em business at the court house.
Slr.
Biggs, also an extensive land holder
witli biK cattle interests in the ncrth
ei'd. states that business U showing
a decided improvement durinz the
past few months
1!olj Tummius. who will take
the
J- F- McJhmald on January 1st. re-
; turned vesterdaj from Douglas.where
he spent a day on business matters.
'FROM GLEESON.
J. Geers.
o;' Glee-on. was a visitor lit thecoun-
t.- -eat today.
DPUTY SHERIFF.
Vern La.Moie. deiut sheriff of
Douglas, was iu town on Irfi-ine- at
the sheriffs ufhco todav .
VISITED HERE.
Sir- c. Brown, of Glveson. spent
the da here will; friends.
,CATTLE BUYER HERE.
George Mee. of Johnson A: Cook.
catll- buvi-rs. of Willcox, was among
he vitltors in tow a tolay Mr. xie
(states tbut tattle shipments are go -
ing out regular!) to the California
markets.
DOUGLAS CHIEF.
,.t
Chief of Police Percy Bovvden.
,.i. ... i un. i a-..fcj rn &.c. ',
!l)oaglas. was a visitor here todav.
lmyinv, ,,. xlmmimlHi a witness
jjn .hl, SuIH,rUir tourt. -
a,-OM TURNER.
j A Boedecker. well known ranch -
er of Turner, was numbered amongUoday. continuing
ithe county seat visitors todav.
ITAKEN TO
IcoUNTY HOSDITAL
Shortly after being placed In the! sirs. K. A. Lauck is xisling In this
county Jail on a statutory charge cs-juty as the guest of her brother, Geo.
ttrdav, Joe Burellas was stricken si. Clone, and family, of Crone's Drug
with arpendititis and was rushed to store Sirs. Lauck is a sister ot Sir.
the lirjMy hospital at Douglas by
sheriff J. II Hood, where it Is pos-
Islble an bperatiou will be performed.
'ANNOUNCES APPOINTMENTS.
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klns t0tIaj. announted his list of ap-
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January 1st. which will be presented
I. the b,wfJ of supervi-ors
when
thev me neit Tuesday. The appomt -
ments follow J. B. Denny. Douglas.
j chief deputy; Krnest C. Cavanaugh,
- j - omtonp, lKjokkeeper; Kate Igo.Jgoon, spending the day with friends,
Tombstone, deputy tax collector;
.Mary Frazee. Tombstone, stenograph
er and clerk; Nellie Lemons, John
sen, clerk. Sir. Hankins said that for
the present he would make no further
appointments.
DAVIS HOME IS
BURGLARIZED.
During their absence of a week dur
ing the holidays, the home of Sir. and
Sirs. A. K. Davis, about a mile west
of Tombstone, was entered and rob
bed of a number ot valuables, the rob
bery being discovered late this af
ternoon when they returned to their
country home. Sheriff J. E. Hood
went-out to investigate on receipt of
word from Sir. Davis, who advised
him that a quantity of jewelry, includ
ing diamonds, silverware and cloth
ing had been taken, a complete exam
ination not having been made. How
entry to the building was effected
was not learned at the sheriffs of
fice up until the time the sheriff went
down to investigate. .
TOURIST THIEVES.
It is well for our townspeople to
be on the lookout, for thieves travel
ing bj- auto. All our neighboring
towns report petty thievery and we
have just had one robbery here. The
safe way is to let these auto tourists
of the suspicious character strictly
s , - I
alone just keep them moving. The
!j i -t s
kind that are looking for 'something
round your yard, store or' shop and
In a place where be has no business
is apt to be making ready to "swipe''
something. ,
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SATTJUDAY
FROM TUCSON.
Mrs. J. C. MrBride was a visitor4
from Tucson for a short time yester-'
day.
FROM TUCSON.
Misses SI. K. Tow lie ami A. A. Slls-
of Tiuson. were visitors in Tomb-
stone today the guests of friends.
TO TUCSON.
Sirs. J. L. Sparks went to Tucson
and letnrn today to pick out a house. '
The Sparks family will move to Tuc-
sen shortly after January 1st
FROM DAM.
Sir. and Sirs. A. II I)als are back
from a sight-seeing trip to Boose-
'volt dam. via tho Superior highway
,iver the Fish Creek Hill route. They
saw many sights, but the chief of all from Tucson where he had been hold
was the sight of their home -which i lug couit the past few da.vs.
had been ransacked during their ah- When court was ready to start, the
wuce defendants attoruev. 11. .1. Bobinson,
"A POOR RELATION." of Douglas, announced the defendant
Speaking of "l'oor Belations,"
we
all have them, and to see Will Rogers
in me lauious oin j-cu Muun itussei
production of -A Boor ltelation" is
a. treat. The heart interest U great
Jaml the frequent oMtburst
ledy are refre-slung The
! of com-,
admission i John-on ca
, Tardy, vvhlc
1 Is lie and L'3c.
1TRAP ALL SET, sun case, on a charge of tampering
I "The Trap" I- all set for tuulte at.wltii vvitne-s,.s in a former trial of
the Crystal theater and Lou Chaney Juhnsou. was dismissed on motion ct
will b- in it. all surroundisl by the j County Attorney Boss.
most beautiful of northern scenery) The following lit of Jurors report-
i i
the sunset In the Canadian Rockies 'ed for dutv this morning'
i
is one of the many, "hero will also; Geo. W. Storm, of SIc.Veal: Clinton
'be a reel of news pictnics and the 'Sharp, of Whitewater; C. B. Holden,
house will bo nice and warm. The
i
jaurnisslons are 13c and 25c
' RETURNED HOME.
Andy Orr returned todav from Foit
t
'Huathuca where he hail been on a
'x'isit to his parents.
:
CATHOLIC CHURCH
Slas on .Vevv YcarV Dav at 8:S0 a.Blbw; Bicard Lonley. C. A. Brandt.
S! Today Father Collymore went to
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. iinim: iu uuin .-c.,,-s. ..,,11 .. .,. -
.turn here tomorrow, hearing confes-
'sions from 4 t ! P- m - ' A
FR0M SAN SIMON. - '
i i, Chamberlain, of San Simon.
i was a busine-s visitor In Tombstone!
on
! where he will spend several days at -
Itendinp to business matters.
'VISITING BROTHER.
Crone,
BISHOP ATWOOD WILL
PREACH HERE TOMORROW
Bishop Julius Walter Atwood. of the
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m Tombstone tomorrow and w III hold
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'church tomorrow afternoon at
"'
: o'clock.
jHERE FROM DRAGOON.
Irs. D. A. Adams is a visitor In
the city today from her home at Dra -
having accompanied her husband. Su., ,rjvei simv. you.r ,,eserlPtt at
pervlsor D. A. Adams, who is attend-1 ,ast v a ,ir,..lonR ,,anl. whu care, not
h.g a meeting ,,f the board of super- ', VMK. Jour woe WIieu JOU come
v isors.
TO CALIFORNIA.
C. W. Slangam, local manager of
the Slountain States Telephone office,
will leave Januarj" 3rd for California,
where he will spend some time at
hot springs in an effort to find relief
from an attack of rheumatism Sir.
Slangam will not return to Tomb
stone, but will locate in California.
John Bishop will take charge of the
local branch temporarilj', and may
accept the place permanentlj-.
ONE SHY OF A DOZEN
DURING PAST WEEK.
Twenty-two bulls-ejes the
past
week is the record of Dan Cupid, tho
following applying for licenses towed
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at the office pf Clerk .1. E. James, of
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the Superior court:
Daniel F SlcN'lcholl and Rosetta
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T Jones, both of Lowell.
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Florentine Rocha, of Aaua l'rieta,
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and Ramona Callez, ot Cananea, Slex.
Catarino Romero and Amelia Bel-
trau. both of Douglas.
L. C. Endlcott, of Warren.'and Dol-
' . s rt " i
ly Slae SIcCroskey, ot Edgar, Mont.
Pedro Martinez, of Phoenix, and
1 u ' t. ' i l . i J
Lvdla &rrnn nf Tnmhstone.
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Luz Tapla, of Tuma. and lsidora
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Ybarra. of Tombstone.
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Arnold R, Havell. of SIcNeal. and
:.. -3 .irtj.nK !- .' -i Q
Eddie Lee Hopkins, ot Douglas.
. ,!1 Jl r tMf1't' her ,C' .5
Daniel Curiel and Sara Contreras.
, j i c ji :- .' !1!lMt Jill, v
of Cananea. Mexico. I '
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JrSBs Grande ana itosa verauga,
'a-1 -irf ul fr i " tj '
of Douglas.
Edward A. Fredendall and Helen
Grant, both of Bisbee.
JOHNSON PLEADS GUILTY;
COURT ABRUPTLY ENDED.
I
When Otis Johnson, charged with
rape, entered a plea of guilty this af-
ternoon, the late December term of
the Superior court, which was called
especially to try three cases, came
to an abrupt eliding and
the Jury
which retorted today was excused for
the term.
This Morning when the Jury report-
led. the defendant discmallfied Judgo
Lotkwood from sitting in the case
'and it was necessary to adjourn uu-
- til 1:3c when Judfie Sames arrived
'desired to change liis jilea to that of
guilty, -illicit ho entered and tho de-
ienuant was remaniieu to jail pending
sentence which Judge Sanies has tab
e., under advisement.
Willi the sudner. ending of the
e. the case against John
grew out of the John-
of Barker; Amos Bex. of Bowie. WaI-
, ter Bttshln. II. T. Schuster. Dewey
ChadwicK. B. L. John-on. and D. M.
i Ann-tronc. of Tombstone; II. C. Beed
ot Fairb.ink: W. V. V.'haley. F. W.
, Phillips. (;. A. Graff. Wiley Jones,
'B. II. Cochran and Karl D. Jons, of
i.
C ST. Cllh.rt. ami V. C. Sle.Minn. of
I-OMpn 1. V. I.mlivnr nml C. F. Jnno.s
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of Do Cnliean; C. B. Austin. Bruce
I't Alma. F. B. Wallney. J. W. Tay-
lor. James Bre-en. K. L. Stewart. A..
!W. Siuckey Albert Gillon; W. W.
Welcome, r. S. Cow-den; Harry H.
to I'hoealxIBecli, C K Cros, C. A. Lamb. Ar-
iiold'Vlilte and lildie Weber, cif Doug-
'la-.
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THE LONG TRAIL
Wiien vou tome to the end of the
read, old man. with your feet and
jour heart like lead; when you ar
rive at the place that xou did not
plan, and from whence all hope seems
fled. When ou appear to havecomo
to u, jollrnev-s t.mI ani, tht. cross.
roads point no wav. when vou wander
,ar()uml ,, ,loth kn,,t,s ,,,, .nd vour
, I,-.!
lainiiess ieei win stray. vvnen an
earth wears a funeral pall, and deep
I gloom ob-cures the sun; on a final
throw jou have staked jour all and
Ithe cards show jou haven't won
jWI
en jour enemies jaugli that 'hey
t
ill. iv' thrown vou hard and vour tired
;to the end of the trail, old man, tho
same path the Christ Child trod just
know no human through life's desert
span, was ever deserted by God H
P. Slaxwell. San Simon, Ariz.
FOB SALE Ten or 12 head ot
high grade polled Hereford yearlings
not bred; also 1S22 calf crop except
13 or V) top heifers; also CO to 73
head of steers, heifers and bulls, two
thirds ot which are polled; prices on
application to T. B. Stark. Dos Cabe
zas, Ariz. ECwQl
-SMfEYMMIMNEy-i
I OMboKofTun'tftfaMvm-fir
I dolla- in doctor's btXU. A rcmc-7
I for dt-ca-e- of f he liver, ttckhe-d-
I rh il.iiri rtrtMrt hit
Ti90Mu; a roLUn people caJonc
TuH'sPiUs)
.TUBERCULOSIS
, 1B , Dr. .Glass haspos-
ince yiwL uwb jro
ts able to cum tu
br Is by Jul
ation In any clUite
For fnrthr for
mation address The
X. F. Class liuit
Co Mason. BIdg.
Los Angeles.
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