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EIGHTEENTH YEAR
be flowing through all connections
the fire plugs in and the system
r complete by November 9
The water will have a 333 ft head
jSvith 140 lbs piessure in Snffoid
jThis amount of pressure will neces
sitate a check valve which can be
opened at any time in case of fire
so as to get the full pressure A
code of signals will be established
between the reservoir and Safford
A reservoir is being constructed
at Riggs ranch to hold 150 000 gal
lons as an emergency measure It
will be lined with cement and cov
ered
Work on the upper or mountain
reservoir will be continued until
completed It is believed that
when this reservoir is cement lined
riand completed that there will be
fivery little seepage below the dam
As the completion of these water
works is the most important event
that has ever occurred in Safford
we suggest that on November 9th
the people hold a fitting Water
Celebration
PHILIP H WEBER DEAD
Veteran of the Civil War Dies
at His Home in Washington
Philip H Weber who visited his
son John F Weber and family
two weeks ago died Friday morn
ing October 4th at his home in
Washington D C from pneumonia
While here Mr Weber wa3 in per
feet health and enjoyed his visit to
Safford He left here Tuesday Sep
tember 24th for his home in Wash-
ington where herrived the follow
2v fag Saturday He contracted a cold
on the trip from Chicago which re
sulted in pneumonia to which he
succumbed - - -
Mr Weber was a veteran of the
Civil War having served all through
the war in the Fifth U S Cavalry
Which was part of the brigade com
manded by Brig Gen George A
Stonematy and participated in thirty
nine engagements -
In 1860 be was a member of the
Second U S Dragoons commanded
bv Colonel afterward General Rob-
ert E Lee which was stationed in
VVfJrthern Texas When Virginia
seceded General Lee assembled the
regiment and declared his intention
x to go with his State Some of the
regiment went with him the re
mainder staying with the Union
In 1865 Mr Weber was placed on
detached service at the War Depart
ment as postmaster for the Adjutant
General a position which he held up
to ten years ago when he was put
in charge of the mail of the Secre
tary of War which position he held
at the time of his death Ho had
peen jn the service for 48 years and
yas ambitious to ppiriplefe tle Mf
century and thn retrp
Mf Weber organized James A
Garfield Post No 7 G A R ana
r wan elected its commander He was
TJ presented with a handsome solid
gold G A R badge in recognition
of his services Ie was also a mem
ber of New Jerusalem Lodge No
9 F A M of Washington D C
He was a delegate from the Depart
ment of the Potomac to the Grand
Arrfiy Reunion held in Los Angeles
Dal jn September
Mr Webpr is survived by fjvu
3i sons John Fi who resides p
Stonemantfnd Charles nil of whom
are residents of Washington P G
Hia wife died In April
The funeral took place from the
home of his son Charles in Ana
costia Monday and the interment
was made in the National Cemetery
at Arlington Va
THE REFERENDUM
C C Mallard superintendent of
the A g R Co was In the val
lgy thjs week in the interest of the
rajlrojid referendum petitjqns thaj
WJH appear cm the bajlot this fall
Mr ftjaljart says jf these petitions
do not parry so as to give tjje rnjl
road compRnies tlmn to adjust their
business to the new conditions that
all contemplated improvements of
the railroads will have to be post
poned Should the petitions not
carry at the election the new laws
will take effect within three months
Mrs Chas F Murphy gave birth
to a daughter last Saturday
If you dont register within the
ngxffpw days ypu cWt yojg
The Arfeona Republican the lead
ing ropubljcnn paper of the state
has been sold to the Bull Moose
Shr
A WATER JUBILEENEED THE BRIDGES
People of Safford Should
Give one When Water
Comes into Town
S S Campbell president of the
Gila Valley Electric Gas and Water
Co announces that the maincs
from the source of water supply to
Safford will be completed by Nov
ember 1st and that the water will
The Counties of the Big Gs
Should and Will Stand
Together
Mr L L Henry the all around
Good Roads booster yesterday re-
cieved word from A L Lawshe the
Indian agent that Supervisor Charles
who is connected with the interior
department will be here in a few
days to investigate the bridge sites
pursuant to the inquiry for which
congress appropriated 15UU Mr
Lawshe wanted to know if some of
ihcmen interested In good roads
could be induced to meet Mr Charles
and furnish him with certain data
connected with roads and bridges
data much needed in connection
with this particular inquiry Mr
Henry has already succeeded in in
teresting several gentlemen from
Globe and vicinity who have pro
mised to meet Mr Charle3 and sup
ply the desird information
It is hoped that two bridges cost
ing approximately 100000 will be
built by the United States govern
ment as a resultof this visit of Mr
Charles to this section Both of
the bridges are to be located in the
vicinity of San Carlos One is to
cross the San Callow river the oth
er is to woss the Gila River It is
expected they will prove a valuable
link in the ocean to ocean highway
The theory on which the appro
priation is to be made is that these
bridges Will greatly benefit the
Indian reservation Belt
The bridges across the Gila and
San Carlos must be built When
Mr Charles arrives a delegation
from Graham and Greenlee counties
should meet the delegation from
Globe at San Carlos and show the
gentlemen why the bridges are
necessary not only for the great
benefit it will be to the Indians but
also for the traveling public as well
BENEFITCATHOLICCHURCH
An entertainment will be given
tomorrow Saturday night at
Briers Hall for the benefit of the
Catholic Church by the junior
members of the ChurchwhoJateJy
have given the same entertainment
at Solomonville
The success was such that every
one who attended the performance
was highly pleased and the mem
bers of the company complimented
on their showing of advanced talent
The success of the entertainment
was due principally to Mrs Nora
Clark who disinterestedly gave her
time and energy in training the
juvenile company
Included in the entertainment to
morrow will be the moving pictures
under the direction of Mr Brier
It is hoped that the people of Saf
ford and the valley will patronize
the entertainment as it is given for
a very worthy cause
Come laugh and enjoy yourselves
We know that you will be pleased
WILL TAKE THE STUMP
W T Webb has been in the val
ley this week arranging for meet
ing for Democratic speakers dur
ipjy the npx three weekq The
threg fernpJratjc elgcQrs Msars
Weob Jongs qnd Ifairipton will
stump the state nnd are sure of
election
RESTAURANT CLOSED
Jas Thorpe has closed his res
taurant Mr Thorpe says he has
done a fine business ever since he
opened his resturant but on account
of the difficulty of procuring coni
pUent hep hp jS degided to plosp
and wjsljes to thimk the pubHo for
Up liberal pntiopftRO
THmTY sEVEN PRISONERS
Thlrty gpven Fedoral prisoners
passed through Safford on Sunduya
train on their way to the peniten
tiary from Globe
Farm to Rent
Three miles soutli of Safford 35
acres in cultivation Water sup
plied by artesian wells No John
son grass lror particulars inquire
qf W H McCall Safford 33t
John Madsen Fred Jacobson and
Atbur Welker snent thp week in
the Mnjhani mountains on a hunting
expedition
Floyd Roy and Clarence Scarlptt
Cicero Hugh and Albert Morris
and Alferd Dees will leave this woek
for a hunting trip in the White
mountains
If you hnve young children you
have perhaps noticed that disorders
of the stomach are their most com
mon ailment To correct this you
will find Chamberlains Stomach
nid Lwer Tablets QxcQllen 1hy
ape easy aid nleftsant q talfe and
mild nnd gentle in For snlo
by Safford Drug Co 83 4 1
Sf ah ant
REWARD OFFERED
50000 To Be Given for the
Arrest of Chas Davis
Suspected Murderer
A reward of 50000 is offered for
the arrest of Charles Davis sus
pected of murdering F W McLarty
in Safford on July 30 1912
DESCRIPTION OP DAVIS
About 29 years old height about
5 feet 9 inches weight about 155
pounds light cumplexioned bine
eyes appears to be a Swede scat
tering beard if permitted to -grow
usually smooth shavedf slightly
stoop shouldered when talking or
laughing upper gums are promi
nent large mouth end of right
thumb badly disfigured tatooed
star on left forearm lower eyelids
show red
Upon arrest of said Davis wire
me and hold him until I arrive
T G Aluek
Sheriff Graham County Arizona
NINETY FIVE YEARS
A NEW AWNING
Morris Simon has just placed a
fine new awning in front of the
El Paso Store When the balance
of the business houses on that block
do the same thing it will add great
ly to the appearance of the street
A NEW FEATURE
D Thompson has a new ipventiofl
jn th window of his jewelry store
for the displaying of rjngs that is
ypry attractive Mr Thompsons
rings gre all guaranteed by the fac
tory and aiQ very reasonable
GONE TO PHOENIX
Juan Martinez left Friday for
Phoenix where he is employed by
Geo A Olney Jaun was raised in
this valley and regrets very much
to leave it
STOIE IS CLQSE9
John Brown Qlosyd his grocery
store early this week nnd loft for
New Mexico Alex C Hunt Is in
uhajgp of tho bqaujesH and will close
it out
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Farm For Sale
One 13 acre farm 6 miles south
of town artesian well 11 acres cul
tivated house and outbuildings also
120 acres 3 miles south of town 35
acres under cultivation small house
and reservoir Terms to suit Ap
ply to Mrs P A McCqLj Lebanon
Arizona 33 3t
Jf you nepd glasses far weak pyes
headache ptp cal on Dr Sohejl of
Tucson Arizqnas leading pptician
He wjll remain at tho Jones Hotel
Sajford until Thursday evening and
at the Qrinkorhojf Hotol Thatcher
tomorrow Friday and until noon
Saturday Those will bo tho only
two stops In the valley on this trip
Masquerade ball in Briers Hnll
Saturday October 19th 34 2t
Wanted Rain Damaged Wheat
at the right price Bring sample to
oIomorj VYjqkershatrj Co qffjec
2J tf M Grjdbu
There WJH he ropuptjqn at the
Metiiodfct Church Sjiturdny evening
to meet Rev T A Winsw Every
body is Invited
HAYDEN TO BE HERE
Has Arranged Itinerary for
His Campaign of State
for Re election
Carl Hayden Arizonas repre
sentative in congress is to make a
tour of Arizona campaining for his
re election and for the rest of the
good democrats on the ticket He
will first visit the northern part of
state and will then come to the
southern part His itinerary fol
lows rA
Arrive PlyiJJ50 a my Sun-
day leaves JPnoenix o p m Sunday
Arrive Yuma 1222 a m Monday
October 14th leave Yuma 1159 p
m Monday
Arrive Tucson 715 a m Tues I
day October 15th leave Tucson 745
a m Wednesday October 16th
Arrive Nogales 1030 a m Wed
nesday leave Nogales 1105 a m
Thursday October 17th
Arrive Fairbank 243 p m Thurs
day leave Fairbank 330 p m
Thursday October 17th
Arrive Bisbee 535 p m Thurs-
flnv Tmvpll Friflnv Opfnhpr IRf lv
Grandpa Quinn Celebrates His leaving Bisbee 7 a m Saturday
Birthday with his Family October 19th
Arrive Douglas 830 a m Sat-
m i i r i
On luesday last Grandpa Quimiunav
cavQ DoUKas r Bisbee by
celebrated Irs 95th birthday and is
autoInobik Sunday October 20th
npperrantly as youthful as he wasj Speak ln Wicox Monday evening
Zi years ago nvl Wilier m dn n m Mmvinv
There were present at the birth
day dinner four children thirty six
grand children and eighty two great
grand children six great grand
children being absent
Miss So well one of the Lay ton
school teachers announced -that all
who were related to grandpa Quinn
would be excused to attend the
party and asked all those so related
to stand up The entire school
stood up
A NEW FIRM OF INTEREST
TO STOCKMEN
This paper believes in notifying
its readers on everything which will
be of benefit to them We are
therefore glad to welcome to our
advertising Columns an ad that
of benefit to all fctockmehr
and those interested in buying and
selling of live stock of any kind
We refer to the firm of Snively
Pierce of Phoenix who have opened
a live stock department for the
benefit of those who want to buy
and sell live stock
Captain Snivglv one of the mem
bers of the firm has had a great
many vears of experience along this
line in Montana and Wyoming and
other western states
V WW tW f VU
October 21st
Arrive Lordsburg 147 p m
Tuesday October 22 leave Lords
burg 133 p m Tuesday
Arrive Clifton 403 p in Tues
day
Speak in Morenci Wednesday eve
ning
Arrive Safford 435 Thursday
October 24th leave Safford 435
Friday October 25th
Arrive Globe 730 Friday
Speak in Miami Saturday
THE CANDIDATES
Their Standing at the End
Wthe ThiYteenthlVeek
of the Great Cbntest
Following is the standing
candidates in the great Owens 1
Guardian Piano Contest at the end
of the thirteenth week
Eunice Shaffer 4184224
Edna Allen 3494595
Dora Talley - 2035850
Zola Webster - 1999115
Lulu Piatt 1663576
Violet Williams 1241220
Jennie Freestone 95560
Sarah Marvin 861525
Edna Smith - 843390
Eda Alger 736850
Laura Follett 679900
Anna Nuttal 635775
Edith Echols 491170
Margaret Castro 373200
Versa Evans 355850
Mary Hubbard 341200
Alpifi Nelson 317950
Gladys Packer l 204000
Carrie Games r 197850
Laura Fonda 165450
Eda Carter 164750
Stella Holguln 94000
Izabel Monguia
Viola Coffman
Eliza Agucne
Mrs A E Welker
53450
25000
16000
12000
WITH THE EXCURSION
When the business mens trade
excursion art Ives here next week
from El Paso there will be on board
three men from the El Paso Herald
tho Suuthwests greatest paper H
D Slater editor Jn chief G A
Martin newB editor atld H H Fris
manager of the outside circulation
department will be with the El
Paso boosters The EIPaso Herald
is a great booster for the entire
Southwest and takes every oppor
tunity to place before the world the
advantages qf this section Its stqff
members spend much tiire trayeling
oyer the SothYestwriting of the
developments and general growth
of tle different sections To get
piore data and more pictures for
the same work and at the same time
q meet and got acquainted with the
people these busy members of The
Herald staff are taking the trip with
the trade excursion
UP FROM SAN CARLOS
G W Healey was a visitor in
Safford this week from San Carlos
for the purpose of conferring with
a committee for his hot well land
on which to build a sanitarium So
far o terms hjyo bjcn veacljed
rz
6QJNQ TO MORENCI
W T Johnson will go to Morenci
noxt Monday to accept the office of
deputy sheriff
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SAFFORD GRAHAM COUNTY ARIZONA OCTOBER 11 1913
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CONDITIONS GOOD
D M Gillan Representative
of R G Dunn Co
So Expresses It
D M Gillan western representa
tive of -R G Dunn Co was in
Safford this week and reported that
the country is more prosperous this
year than it has ever been during a
presidential year He says the Gila
valley is the only place he has vis
ited where money seems to be tight
and this is owing purely to local
conditions This WouldTndicate that
the people of the United States are
not afraid to change from a repub
lican to a democratic administration
The Dunn people are contem
plating establishing a branch in
Phoenix with Mr Gillan in charge
GOING TO LOS ANGELES
Mr and Mrs J C Robinson will
leave for Los Angeles tomorrow
where they will make their home
for some time to come although
thefr permanent home will always
be in Safford
During Mr Robinsons absence
E W Clayton will have charge of
all his personal affairs including all
his property and the estate of W
I Uulcrtson of which Mr Robin
son is adminstialor
The people of Saffoul will feel
glad when the temporary residence
of the Robinson family ceases in Los
Angeles and they return to Safford
DEATH OF WIGHTMAM
Word was received in this city
by Dr L E Wightman that his
brother Valentine Wightman had
died suddenly in Uath from which
point the young man will be buried
Dr Wightman stated that he did
not know the cause of his brothers
death as the telegram said simply
that his brother had died suddenly
Valentine Wightman the deceased
known as Val was a resident of
this city about six years ago having
been connected with his brother
Harry Wightman Belt
HOME-FROM-BELGIUM
David
Holguin returned Sunday
evening fnim Brussels Belgium
where he barf been for the pa t sx
months slu the violin under
one of the noted touchers of Europe
of the i David scored some bi iliant successes
while away having paxed in some
of the best concerts given there
His many friends are glad to wel
come him home again
ARE HOME MADE
Frank Curtis has started -a new
industry a broom factory Mr
Curtis is a professional broom mak
er This year he raised a lot of
broom corn and is now making as
fine a broom as is manufactured
anywhere One is now no exhibition
in the Chamber of Commerce
M E CHURCH
Kev T A Winsor the newly ap
pointed pastor of the Methodist
Episcopal Church will preach Sun
day morning at 11 oclock and in the
evening at 730 oclock
Fortunes in Faces
Theres often much truth in the
saying her face is her fortune
but its never said where pimples
skin eruptions blotches or other
blemishes disfigure it Impure
blood is back of them all and shows
the need of Dr Kings New Life
Pills They promote health and
beauty Try them 25 cents at
Safford Drug Co Safford Arizona
33 4t
On Regular Trip
Dr Schell the optician of Tucson
is now at the Jones Hotel Safford
and will be at the Brinkerhoff Hotel
Thatcher today Frday and will
remain there until Saturday noon
when he will leave for Globe If
you need glasses call today or to
morrow for expert service Satis
faction guaranteed 34 lt
E T jams and son Clyde left
Thursday morning for Ft Lauder
dale Florida where they have ex
tonslvo business interests Thoy
were accompanied by Isaac Ijams
of Los Angeles a cousin of E T
and Wilbur Ijams who has been
here on a short visit and who ex
pect to go into business in Florida
Mrs Alice K Beebe left Monday
morning for Midvale Utah where
she will make her future home with
her brother S R Kemp Mrs
Beebe has lived in Safford for a
number of yera and was promi
nent both in church and social af
fulra and will bo greatly missed by
the people of Safford
The Ladies Aid Societv will meet
next Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock
at the homo of Mrs F L Ginter
All ladies are invited to attend
The Republican of Saturday says
that the interior department of the
United States government has noti
fied Governor Hunt that application
for the use of the buildings upon
the tort Grant military station had
been granted and that the state of
Arizona was at liberty to move the
industrial school from Benson there
at any lime -it saw fit This tele
gram is a result of th erece n t ceeTF
mg of 200 acres of the old fort re
servation to the state for the pur
pose of and industrial school which
was done by act of congress shortly
prior to the adjournment of that
body some few weeks since
Following the ceeding of the 2000
acres to the state the locality was
visited by the Arizona land commis
sioner while that body was in the
course of its tour over Graham
county recently and the 2000 acres
were selected that portion of the
post being chosen upon which the
buildings were located Following
the selection a survey by the sur
veyor general of Arizona was or-
deit d which is now in course of
completion
It was understood from the be
gining that when the btate bhould
take over the portion of the fort
reservation it was to be used for
an industrial school The present
location of the school at Benson has
been very unsatisfactory The
buildings are in bad repair and un
safe and great apprehension has
been felt for the safety of the in
mates For some time work has
been done on them to keep them in
shape so thy could be used as tem
porary quarters pending the action
of the state to obtain new and more
satisfactory quarters
The location of the school at Fort
Grant has been by many persons
who have seen it pronounced the
ideal location for the state industrial
school The climate is ideal the
land is fertile in the extreme there
isjjlenty of shade it is sufficiently
removeafronf a Eovnof anv
size to prevent any undue influences
c mmg in contact with the inmates
of the school
BASKET PICNIC
The Socialists will hold a big bas
ket picnic in Wickersham Park at
Safford Sunday October 13th be
ginning at 1000 a m
There will be music and speaking
and a general good time Coffee
and lemonade will be on tap free
and everybody will be welcome so
come and enjoy yourselves
Everybody bring a basket full of
the good things of life if a basket
is not largo enough bring a wash
tub and if you havent got anything
to bring others will have so come
anyway
Ladies are especially invited as a
good woman suffrage speaker will
be there
ARTESIAN COTTON
The Chamber of Cdmmerce is in
debted toS W Lard of the artesian
belt for three beautiful stalks of
Maben cotton These stalks are
simply alive with bolls and show
what the growing of cotton would
mean to the artesian belt if the
farmers would only raise enough to
install a cotton gin This cotton is
equal to any raised in the South and
means a new industry for our valley
just as soon as our farmers realize
the importance of a cotton crop
The Chnmber of Commerce is al
ways pleased to secure any of the
products raised in the valley and
will gladly dace them on exhibition
BAPTIST CHURCH
Every successful business man in
corporates into his rules governing
his business progressive methods
Every Church that would meet
the requirements of the people of
today must be progressive along all
lines Christianity means Progres
slveness Come where the long
face is forgotten and everybody
smiles and shakes hands
For Cash Rent
For one year 200 acres of land
with 24 shares of water 75 acres in
cultivation more or less part in
alfalfa between Fort Thomas and
Indian Hot Springs and one mile of
Spring Station in Graham county
Apply to
J E McNeil
Box 217 Globe Arizona
Wanted Sewing to do Mrs
Duvall Mrs Jennings property
back of Welkcrs store 33 2t
Miss Lottie McAlister left last
Wednesday for Mesa City where
she will visit for some time with
her mother
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NUMBER 34
INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FAIR POSTPONED
State May Take Possession
of Fort Grant So Gov
Hunt is Informed
There Will be no Graham
County Fair Until the
Year 1913
On account of lack of interest on
the part of the people generally
the Fair Commission has found it
necessary to postpone the Graham
county fair until next year
Of course this will nrove a irre ib
disapointment to a large number of
people who were preparing exhibits
but the situation was canvassed
they decided it was best not to at
tempt toxoid a fair thistyear
THE COUNTY SEAT
Question Will Not Be Submitted
aC Coming Election
After the hearing of the ques
tion of the county seat removal he
fore Judge Shute last Saturday
vhen he held that none but electors
were eligible to sign and therefore
declared the Safford petition void
an appeal wasjtaken and an agree
ment entered into between the op
posing council that the matter
should go immediately before the
supreme court so that the question
could be submitted to the voteis
this fail in case pf a reversal
Since thenhowever the opponents
to county seat removal have in
structed their lawyer to usa the full
30 days allowed him by law to make
answer so as to make it impossible
to get a decision in time to place
the question on the ballot
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ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING
At the regular meeting of the n
Chamber of Commerce last Tuesday
evening the house was packed with v
pushing business men Numerous
public questions wei e discussed and
disposed of
One was the entertainment of the
El Paso boosters club which will be
here about one hundred strong next
Tuesday night Their brass widvfid
will give a concert in the park jbdJtMC
meir orcnestra lurmsn miisip mrtn
Tlance in the hall On their return
from Miami Wednesday they will
be taken through the valley from
Pima to Solomonville in autos
A committee was instructed to
make definite arrangements for a
site for a new sanitarium
It was also agreed to begin war
on the caterpillar
Five new members were- placed
upon the roll
who willbe winner
We are going to tell you who is
going to win that beautiful piano
to be given away in the great
Owens Guardian Piano Contest Re
member there are four other pianq
prizes besides the first one
There are only about three weeks
more until the contest closes The
young lady who will win first prize
is the one who gets out and keeps
busy every minute from now until
the close oMhe contest
BROKE HIS LEG
Last Saturday evening while go
ing home from his trian in Globe
Conductor Geoige Reed slipped and
fell breaking one of bis legs in two
places Andy Williams is making
the passenger run in Mr Reeds
place
THE DEMOCRATS
An impromptu meeting of the
Democratic Central Committee and
county officers was held in Safford
last Tuesday night and arrange
ments made for the expenses and
conduct of the campaign
COLLECTING EXHIBITS
Fair Commissioner R J Young is
busy these days collecting exhibits
to send to the State Fair All who
have anything worth showing should
send them to Mr Young immedi
ately
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Saved by His Wife
Shes a wise woman who knows
just what to do when her husbands
life is in danger but Mrs R J
FlintBraintree Vt is of that kind
She insisted on my using Dr
Kings New Discovery writes Mr
Flint for a dreadful coughwhen I
was so weak my friends all thought
I had only a short time to live and
it completely cured me A quick
cure for coughs and colds its the
most safe nnd reliable medicine for
many throat and lung troubles
grip bronchitis croup whooping
cough quinsy hemorrhages tonsi
litis A trial will convince you
50 cts and 100 Guaranteed by
Safford Drug Co Safford Ariz
33 4t
Masquerade ball in Briers Hall
Saturday October 19th 34 2t
John F Greenwood came over
from Klondyke on Wednesday
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