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Tlfe BISBEE DAILY HEVlEW, BISBEt, ARIZONA, FRIDAY MORftlMG, AUGUST 25, 1911.
LUIS POTOSI, Mexico. Auk
3S- The sale of the Tiro General oi
Cbatras, San Luis Potosi to the Amer.
Icna Smelting and Refining company
Indict tes that shrewd Investors con
sider :Die present an opportune tlmo
to acquire said mining properties in
Mexico, and suggests a comparison
of price Kt the be?t mines at present
with pricep prevailing a short time
ago. For example, tho Santa Maria
do Ia Paz, tho premier mine of San
Luis Postoi, oi Jane 1, 1910. was soil
ing around $8C pur share. At present
It is quoted at about J320 uor shar
Barrano on tlm nUivn mn,.t.-r,i.S
rate was quoted at S2S0 ver share and
can now to bought for about $15 per
Throughout tho list vols discrepancy
Is noted, although the minea of San
Lttte Fbtosl are mostly eld producers
whose vahie Is not subject to great
depreciation, from politltal causes.
The So?uraua on Juno 1. 1910, was
sold forXM pesos per share, while at
present It Is dragging around 9, but
special causes have entered Into the
course of this stock.
Few or the mines of San Luis Potosi
aro publicly quoted, for the reason
that they are old and well established
properties; many ot them in private
hands or In the hands of small, close
corporations; yet the districts of
Matehaula. Catorce, Charcas, Dedral
and San Pedro are richer in mineral
than many newer districts more In
iho public eye. Ouadalcazmr still re
tains a substantial showing of Its
ancient glory in lis production of
quicksller, and the Moctezuma dls-l
trict has In recent times taken a soot. I
place as a quicksilver producer, alio
formerly, bat the amounts they do
actually produce are in real Thoney,
not in the Imagination of outsiders
A man cannot now build a flro ou
the mountain side and detect molten
slher among the ittials.
Mining has become a business and
romance has left it, but the tight of
the serried galleries of one of the
old mines suggests that the old meth
od was more exciting and interesting
And It is to be tjrted that there
are a few really good silver districts
In San Luis Potosi that tho Spaniards
did not uncoer, crude as their incth
ods now seem.
. MASONIC CALENDAR
Week ending august 28, 1911
Friday Blue second.
T. ABRAMS, W. M.
B. L. BLAIR, Seer. F. & A. M.
sL W. JORGENSEN, H. P.
0. F. FHIL3R00K. B. C.
W R. BANKS, Secy. R. A. M
MOSON 10 BUILD II
SAN DIEGO JIT OHCEi.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ksthbone Jaee,No. 10
Knights of Pythias
meet the first, second
ni ipv urn n
(San Diego Union.)
Preliminary plans hato been com
pleted b Architect Dell W. Karris for
a modern fireproof business block to
be erected at the northeast corner of.
B and Orange avenues, Coronado, for
F. B. Moson, a prominent cattle raiser
of Arizona, who recently purchased
three lots on the Coronado corner
through George E. Buxton of San
Investigation of Some "Insur
ance" Companies Reveals
.a Very Bad State of
PROMPT REFORM DEMAND
MILWAUKEE, Aug. 24. Important
legislation for the control of Insur
ance cominies doing industrial, ac
cl'lent and health business, i3 proposed
and fourth Tuesdays of ! ln ,no reIYrt r tne special committee
each month In Pythian of state 'insurance commissioners of
Castle VislUng broth- the United States, made public today
H0 cordially Invited. Tne bags for the iogls,atIon . nposei
. nr, r. ,J lsRln ln reports on tho examination
fi'iir" l?rri'a ' . Iourlecn compauloa, in which near
iy two thousand settlements effected
by tbeso companies are discussed and
KRIOBA.UM. K. of R. 8.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Pearl Chapter Ko.
i u -H.r.j n
criticised. The report savs:
"Of tho specific claims examined
where the amount inolved a consider-'
Uaata in UftaAnlii TT11 . .
sed Tki ipthii"1? JTtS.0 LS " "2f?
Wednesdays of each . , "- "' ,r;J "" ",s"' ,vT",e'
Ella M. Perry. W. M.
Katherine Paff, Sec.
W. 0. vv.
mercury production of the state of, sior.iea containing thirteen apartments
San Luis PotoM is about 2000 fl.iBls pacn- ll10 PIan ,s to rect only 0D8
Tho r,.,.t.,, tti1 T,n o .o iTuuumcu Ui uio unu racci a I.
. ?;n V". ' ". . .1 T.Falr hall, the second and fourth Mon
M'ra-rtoSSS: vl8lUns M-
apanmenis. its ueptn will ne BO feet
and will contain on tho ground floor
six business stores. The building Is
designed for three floors, the upper
ers invited to attend.
GEO. II. COBBE, C. a
C N. THOMAS, Clerk.
per year. The older quicksilver camos
of Vonado and Santa Maria Del Rio
arc aban&med while the camps of
Ramos aad Salinas have but a his
Modern mining publications do not
1 - , ,im i
to be explained by error of Judgment
or carelessness. The committee feels J
nmiaaiTO mi conciuuing wnen ileal
Ings with companies-doing industrial,
accident and health business, the pol
icy holding public is too frequently
the viclim of unconscionable prac
tices In the claim departments of these
companies classified k this report.
Promises of reformation are not
enough. Thl3 coinention should take
action to guarantee, just treatment of
policy holders in tho future "
The companies under examination
were Standard Accident company.
Detroit: United States Health and Ac
cident, Saginawf. Massachusetts Ac
cident, Boston; GroaJ Eastern Casual
New York; .federal Casualty, De
troit": Equitable Accident, Boston,
Continental Casualty, Hammond, Ind.,
North American Accident, Chicaco.
National Casualty, Detroil, Fidelity
Accident. Saginaw; General Accident
Firo and Life Insurance" corporation,
American AssurariCe, Philadelohia:
)ciflS5irrt. All '?$&&& W&&1
isr. J Z JJ I LlJii ?Sk?z
W j iJiHli 1 . iL.
l rTfl r '41' VZL-1 f. aMfci -L pJ J9jf'nirf
V w-i a H Crsin-Jif fu, !.....:',:;, 7,
story at the present time, and the
space for the stairway In the center
of the building will be used for a
The building will be of mission type,
tho deslgn.belnc similar to that of the
fins! ButAh -rcltU fli. mCA. . o P'winln'e Votlnnnl V.nnl Qf TnfnTinl
Luis Potosi, probably for toe raasons' csty. which was planned and designed
gften above, aad 'or the fur'aor reft-'y Architect Harris. It will bo con-'
sun ukh. piomoiers uae not been, airuciaa larougnoui oi concrete ana ReoUar meetlnns first and third :," 0:,u' ";-, rmiaueipnia;
actUe in thte bLiJp A nni kv,.j, ' tile. The onlv wood usawi will Tin In ":M- T .. e M3 .. r ana x" ra Phoeniz Preferred iAccISent. Detroit!
Writer on the mines of ilexfeo, Le- tha window frames and doors The' vtsltinn brothers cordiallv invited' C.Cr.m?.n Commerqtal Accident, Ph
jeune. accomplished the feat of wnUngi floors will bo of cement. The csti lo attVnd coruiny v'a(adelphla. The iepqrt of flnc company
u uum oh rn.vs.icaa mines wiuiout "" "uot oi iuo iiaproemeni is SAM FRANKENBERG
mentioning ; one of the mines of?15,000. It. O. McGrrth, Exalted Ruler,
fean Luis Potosi, althovh :nljiini- is Mr. Buxton, as agent, -Rill have . Secretary.
-.. i.'.i ""wuj ui in- Bia-e, ana cnarge ot me improvement. Ho says,
mineral products, amount to more that several persons have spoken for Ik 111 A
than S,000,OOe per annum, while the space in the building and he expects fi W A
smelter draws ore from all thf. sur-i to hjv nil tnr tpa.j , i, ' '"t
iuuuiudb staies ana iar to me n.-rtn tne structure Is completed.
DAILY REVIEW WANT ADS. v
Advertisements under this head run at the rate of 1 cent per word for each lsue with a minimum
charge cf 25 cents. Advertisements must reach The Review office not later than 8 p. m. for Insertion
in the next moning's paper.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
rOR SALE Goldon Rooming House,
22 dandy ooms. Running water,
steam heat, gas, electric lights in
every room Kasy terms. Rooms
always (occupied. Parties must go
to lower climate 20C
FOR SALE CHEAP Old papers, in
bundles ot 100. 2Sc Review office.
FOR SALE FURNITURE, ETC
yicis is a lead smelter and must
nave lead orii to recner silier and
6M but ci .-! use .t g:fr,t iloal o:
ttTper ore It 1m a spocia, plant for!
producing copper , but only operates
mis plant occasionally. The smelter'
(a trlHlt anmA OJ AJUl Z.M.. .. .
er raOslh. The smelter at Matebuala
is worLlng only on cojiper ores, using
same 560 dry tons per day. They
heve two electric furnaces, and th
plant belongs to the American Smelt
ing and Refining coic-pauv, which has
now bought tho Tiro General.
The mines actually working in this
state at present Include (at Mato
huala) La Paz, Ksnwralda, Uneva Pas,
-Dolores, Carmen and Veta Grande at
Cetoroe, LjJorea Trompeta, Coocep
ofon, San Austin, HtainUdad. Padre
Floras, La Abondaacia; at Cedral, La
jSerpreea; at Charcas, Tiro General;
tit San Posiro, Victoria y Anexas, Bar
reno, San Jose.
The antimony smeller at Wadley.
belonging to English interests, is
, working steadily and drawing ore
from the other states. This is the
only plant of the kind in Slexioo nd,
therefore, controls the antimony 'sit
uation! its product all reaches the
Cooltions at Newcastlo-on-Tyno. ,
The-, zroc possibilities itt San iluls
Potosi are flattering, but nothing
belBKone: these lalerests are merely
awaltfg more favorable tariff terms
with Use United States, and in th
mcariHme sbiRPfcg a siaalf amount to
(Jernfatly fbr smelting. The zinc terri
tory is located at Salads andCharcas irf
the northern end of the state, and
produce ore as aieh as 5 per cent
I Practical FasMons
lli TAILORED STYLE.
"It is impossible" tn language fitted
to an official document to aptly char
acterize r.hat seome to have been the
T,tw- r. x , .1-1 methods practiced br the Industrial
,. T ? T' , department of this concern In settling!
Modern woodmen ol niih noll holders it anmurs i hrl
America, meets sec- resorted to every nossible means o
ond and fourth Thursdays in I. O. cut and shae down claims, apparem
O. F. halL Visiting neighbors are ly without conations, certainly with-1
out right The report further sajsi
ikat oniv two or three comnanles ex
amlncd were found to have been sub
stantially unaeeervlng of any crltl
FOR SALE Second hand iette
press In good condition, cheap for
cash. Brooks Cooper Furniture
Co., Pythian Castle Bldg. 0. K.
street, opposite Review office.
Phone 24L 120
Invited to attend
1 R. L. MOTZ, Clerk.
J D TAYLOR. ConsuL
i so. izoa
Odd Fellows Hall
s - vr-jjir -xr..
(Continued from page C )
Brotherhood of American
copper output of the Jerome district
It probably will bo two years before
This season the plainer skirts are
distinguished by-lhe use of plaits, pan-,
els or yokes. In the model which wo '
illustrate the front is a plain panel,
and tho sides box Dialled To obtain
Zinc ore shinmonts m rhp a yoke effect overt- corn la eTtamfori at
EfnUed States stopped in 190j, when the line of the hops in a tab, which
mo j-ajrne nn jaw went into effect, readies down over the box plait? A
Aside from the isrevijus metals,1 eklrt like this will bo admirably for
lead, copper, zinc, quicksilver and an-1 Hnen, onfeee, taffetas and for msny of '
tlmony, there are large decosits of snl. fh. nnviv -nn.
LrizK r?eia s? jl .p?? ?) --
;r: '"ii; ' r.. .iv'.: "" t"jn,22 to 32 inches waist
tho United Verde's new smUer is
built and in commission, and mean-
Richard I. Homestead 835 while the comBonv will do wll if
,?ua.fo5SVeS !t n s o
Hall, VislUng Archers are "ov "l "IU va"- lw" ur luree ears
cordially Invited. J don't believe it will be able to do
E. D. STTNSON. Fnrem'm.even that
T. W. GIDLEY. corrcapendent Bor 38. I After the Atchison, Topoka &
' " ' i Santa Fe's new branch line into the
j I. 0. R. M. district and the smelter aro cora-
Mects every Thursday evening at ' plted, tho former providing facilt-7-30
o'clock ln Pythian Castle. AH ties to bring in equipment and sup
visiting Red M en welcome. ' plies, and tho latter entering the
-yoi-n aiocuo, oaqueni. market for custom nr fhnrn -0,111
probably bo a revival of prospecting
and development work. Whatever
future increase there is n Jerome's
output. However, will bo likely to
come very slowly.
HARRIS FLOCK FURNITURE
Co. New and second hand fur
niture bought and sold. Fine
stock wall paper. Brrry
ONE MAN sold ?S8S73 last week,
another $819 23 The old reliable
nursery teaches you the way to
make money. Join our forco and
get thl3 education free. Big com
missions with cah weekly. Albany
Nurseries, Albany, Oregon.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
roil SALE House and lot will sell
51000 00 less than cost also deduct
JCOO.OO from purchase price for 1
j ear rent. P. O. Box 518. 203
HELP WANTED FEMALE
WANTED A s'rl fr general house
work. Apply 24 Tank Hill. Mrs.
Emil Marks. 108
WANTED Housework or" cooking by
woman, country preferred. Mrs. F.
Ball, Bisbee. 191
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state and the paper which carries
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vertising'. The Courier-News covers North
Dakota like a blanket; reaching all
parts of the state the day of publi
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order to get results; rates one cent
per word first insertion, one-halt
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fifty cents per line per month. Ad
dress The Courier-News, Fargo,
WANTED Address of William J.
Wlialen, or William J. Wardo, ago
fifty years. Address Mrs. Mary
Whalen, 551 Alcorn Ave, Hot
Springs, Ark. 214.
WANTED X email firo proof safe.
Address P. O, Box 1939. ISC
WANTED To buy and soil new and
second hand furniturev Get our
prices before buying. It. will save
yon money. G. O. Branson. John
son Addition 1C9
WANTED TO RENT
FOR RENT HOUSES
F. a FENDERSON. IC. of It.
V D COHEN. Medicine Man.
T. F. B.
FOR RENT A nicely furnished two
room cottage. Inquire 54 Mason
Hill, or George Roberts, Main St.
"That good place to eat." 151
FOR RENT Four room house also
small houFo furnished for light
housekeeping. Rent reasonable, 110
School Hill. 17S
WANTED Washing to do at home
or light work "of any kind. Mrs
E. J. Woodward. Tato house, Lo
ADVERTISERS The great State of
North Dakota offers unlimited op
portunities ' for business to classi
fied advertisers. The recognzed
advertising medium is the Fargo
Dally and Sunday Courier-News,!
WANED To rent 4 or 5 room fur
nished house in Bisbee, near busi
ness district. R. L.. care Review.
FOR RENT ROOMS
THE COOLEST furnished rooms in
town. Single rooms $5.00; two in
room $6 50. Grand View Hotel,
School Hill. 136
FOR RENT Newly furnished rooms
for housekeeping. Apply to Mrs.
S. K. Williams, Star Lodqln?
SUBSCRIBE TC'THE REVIEW
BIsbco Lodge No. Ikwtan TranscripU Thore's nothing
452 meets every j slow about Jones."
Wednesday even- 'J ws you never loaned him
ing at K. of ". . . .
ju, job 1 nave.- iaais wcat mad
Wm. P. MAIIUON. Prnalrront
measure. To make !ttiit c-t.- T,r.i,
the skirt in the 24 Inch size will r "" n, oecrctary.
qulra 5 yards of material 36 Inches 1
To procure thU pattern ena tt cnt
to "Pattern eTlArtmftnt-,' nt tKi .
Write naroo and addreu ptsUnlr. Ml be
STREET AND NO.
and salt atoj exist, the iasr named at
aannfle. wjwro it is evaporated at
the rate of some li,fre toss per an
num at present.
Of all tho mines in the state of San
Luis Potosi jyrobably the best known
oU(oe.and corta.'Vfy Ihe most histor
ic, aro thbse of Gwwakasar, although
at present they art of minor 1m
partanes. The vast, devious and con
jlricted gaUeries of tie quicksilver
Urines In this district tell of most aa
stduoos workieg ia 014 Spanish days
Tortaoee ehawbors show a seerrti for
t metal wherever h led, without
much regard femaodern mining ideas,
and the vast heap, of burned slag near
r indicate tne extent of the old.
seeking pfeceeecs j
A tremeralffl-ti amount of ore teas'
tafcwi 'from- fnese mines, and In the
jkvk u-ujvu.w uu iBiwe vay fhat -v .,, h. tn ,-, .
wmc wSter was eseoaatered the ,.0
sKaft, If It atey be called a shaft, was m,.t . TO, , . .. ,
abaadenad agd a' new spiral hole ,t,3bat are yoa B0,ns to do abou,t
V"W- ..w-i-ioi . iuu ue-, . a r . . - . , .m
tSelf etl- - n.w, ouu e mu. -
miMiD. tore ho has a chance to do any crc-
nrflli sJIvar arfd sold tor ax- flcribing."
nn. Ho mn en was us true unit
-. . "., .. T-
as jat9 a we gwerameat - cJuld Not Pay Sma Sum
tottd a pretrfkim for tho mine jtroddp- judge Kray comn,)Ue,l two persons
ina 2WS flaslis of seven v-flve pound 1 to prlson 2t the sr, (England,
r. a mine that Is still producing cm ??fZg?LJLwei
a reduced scale-
Bat In recent times mining hero Headache, Indigestion, Constlpa-,
lias been redticed to a science sad the tion, Torpid Liver, cannot linSer If
gopher method is k. disrepute, ore you take
P Hall VmiHnir ' ' , uo. imis wnac maa
i. xiau visiting jj,e BDak that -,r. r (,. , ,n
members cordl- six months aso aiI I haven't been 1 Araeric?' ainl about four (if miles
luium. . aoie to eaten htm since"
S0N0RA LODGE NO. 23
I. 0. 0. F.
ORDINANCE NO. 170
An Ordinance Reteallns- nniinnnrn
Cakacea MbiIoA 'Vo- 102 of the cil' ot Dlsboe. being
panacea, aieiloolan orrllnan- miu riJ.x'
rure to elve Elie and cumber ot' pattern. , $ZLa ,. 7f-n.fJ! . every ' 102- An Ordinance Granting tn th
. . " -ft"v lum Tfii-rI.o1 T .J !. J? . ! . ., l"u "v ""
visiung Brothers cordially invited. -""""" " ' uigm csropany, appear by certlheato ot proof ot
JOHN TURNE, N. G,
J HOWARD, Sec'y
BISBEE LODGE NO. 10.
V-- I (I fl P l"uus auu -onauus along and under
ITi. meets every '!? pobl,c .trcets- H'shways ami Al-
ZZZT 55 Wednesday even- '."i" "2" wv ol "lsDec- Territory of
ii uiuuuiuu in mo aiayor Ana
i visiting brothers are cordially In
"The doctor has Informed my wife
jvltcd to attend.
! E. L. SEIDEL, N.
F. O. E.
BlsbcV Aerlo 175, F. O. E, meets
first and third Mondays, 8 p. m.
fair Kail. Visitors cordially wel- to Maintain an Electric
Wm. BUCKETT, President
M. D. COHEN. Aerie Physician.
Bw must be Worked out ; production Oyarfa, ft-rt-sFc T2511 members cordially invited.
on a large scale Is the rule, the patio a u-J&&& &!.&.&. JOSEPHINE VERFUTH
)rucem ua la-rn rti-mvuCTi, u,, r, u-u kiuic TOU Will waKO up Well
prospeetlns is a jirofession Mines do and never feel the medicine. Try
not produce such fabulous amounts as it. All druggists, 25c
5J8 , Uie Msccabecspf. takcieffect lnunffliateIvfiitM.n lt'i,s.
rwSiJSiSW tho "World mccL nc afid .ublltfatlonfa, tv h: i9n
iu uio ruir nan provinca.
tho first and1 Passed and adonted hv fhn Afm-nr
third Tucisday of land Common Council ot he Qty of
each month, 7-30 p. m. Visltins ' Bisbee, Uhis 18th day or Auxnit, lflll
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE
To William Bywater, his heirs and
You and each of you aro hereby
notified that we have expended one
hundred (?100.00) dollars, in labor
and Improvements upon "The Little
Chief" lode or mining claim, situ
ated and located in Warren Min
ing District. County of Cochise. Ter-
ritbry of Arizona, United States of
in a southeasterly direction from
the City of Bisbee, and adjoining the
Railroad mining claims of the Port
age Lake and Bisbee Mining coin
fumy, on the east, tho notice of lo
cation of which Is recorded in the
office of tho county recorder of Co-
chlso county, at Tombstone, Arizona,
and is recorded in Book 36 Rec
ords of Mines, at pago C01, as will
as aim lAxm uamnanv I
a Corporation cxntine Under the! labor a-V.W-h has heen rlnlv met. tn
i-aws or the Territory of Arizona. !. the office of tho county recorder of
said Cochise county, at page , in
book , in order to hold said
premises, under the provisions of
section 2324 of the Revised Statutes
of tho United States, being the
amount required to hold tho same
for tho year 1910 And if within
nlnelv fSOl rtava frnm yuT after the
Common Council of tho Cltv of H. i service of this nntlnp vnn fnll re.
uu. icmioi-y or Arizona, as follows
bection 1 ordlnaneo No. 182 of
mis city, being an Ordinance entitled
An urumanco uranttuir to tha inter-
national Gas and Light Company, a
Corporation existing under the -Lavs
of the Territory ot Arizona; their
suaiiHwj ana .assigns, a Franchlise
rower system. Build Poles, Linos and
f-onuuits along and under the Public
Street Highways and Alloys of 'he
City of Bisbee, Territory of Arizona,"
Is hereby repealed.
Section 2. This Ordinance shall
the 21st day of July, 1511, in the
above entitled action, wherein John
M. Johnson, the above named plain
tiff, obtained a judgment against
James P. Livingstone defendant, on
the 2Sth day of June", 1911, for tho
sum of one hundred nfty-eight
(?158oui dollars in lawful money ot
the United States with interest,
costs and accruing costs, I am com
manded to sell that certain real es
tate described as follows:
"South 1-2 of tho northeast 1-1
and the north 1-2 of the southeast
1-1 of section 22, township 22 south,-
range 26 east of the G. and S. It
B. and M., in Cochise county. Ter
ritory ot Arizona,'
i court house in the city of Tomb
stone, Cochise county, territory of
Arizona, to show cause why an or
der should not be granted to said
Emil Marks as s-uch administrator
to sell the said real estate and that
a copy of this order bo published
once a -week for four successive)
weeks in the BIsleo Dally Roviewr
a newspaper published In the said
county of Cochise.
Dated August 12, 1311.
FRANK W. COODBODY, '
Judge of the Probate Court.
their Successors and Assigns, a Fran
, chfso to Maintain an Electric Light
-.m i-ower system, uulla Poles and
fuse or neglect to contrlbuto your
portion" of such expenditures as a
co-owner, your interest In said
claims will become the property of
the subscribers hereof under said
section 2324, of the Revised Stat-f-
Washington Star: "13 your Wife
'I think so. Sh Sine? writoj fe-hf
Notlco is hereby given that on words on a page of letter paper id
the 30th day of August, 1011, at 2 stead of six."
o'ciocic p. m at tho court bguso .
!tr.!?rlar('.tjr f Jof",b8t0e' J Exchange: MIstresa-You nawln't
sell tho above described property asked you to try and not snorovso
or so much thereof a3 may be loud nights. V.
necessary to satisfy tho said tudg- t,j .-....-..
ment, wkh interest, costs and III flT'??CIeri ar w"5
crulng costs, to the highest and bett I lml ,0",t,Id, ?. orK,n W)Hra'
bidder for cash.
JOHN F. WHITE, Sheriff.
By A A. Hopkins, Deputy Sheriff.
Tombstone, Arizona, August 7,
an' OI11 not stliand It
ARIZONA - AND
NEW MEXICO . ,
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY
ORDER OF SALE OF REAL
ESTATE SHOULD NOT
In the Probate Court of the
County of Cochise, Territory of Ari
in tho matter of tho estate of
uijao T. scott. deceased.
It appearing to this court by the DAILY.
Clifton Ar. 3:58 p.m.
Guthrie Lv. 3:24 p.m
Duncan " 2;30 ivm.
9.68 a.:n." Lordsburg - 1:29p.m.
Hachlta. " 11:60 a.m.
ARIZONA &. NEW MEXICO 'RAIL
utes or tne united states or Amer-, .witinr, t,i. s, - -..i . , j-7.ct .t.
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... ... .by Emil Marks, administrator or 7:10 a.ra Lv
l2 .?? i"'? f?ln5' io Clyde T. Scott, tie- 7:50 S -
....fUM, ina 'iu m . Mc.wjfca ceajnea. tnaf ifr fa nnm-v -. --ti o.r
"Ll- Im undivided one third interest of isu-n "
n Tnwiv !"ld est0 ,n ,ots numbered 14 and 11:05 a.m.Ar
w, , VMA,.jTm -4n Jf e sonthbound train connects with
i Warren minlne district. . Coehlso Smith,. n,ii ..i j ..
In the district Court 'of thnf Sec ' T&ET PS"9 ?':. .I!ta? Lordsburg 10:57, a..m.
, -.'it', ,;,i, j.. j .. L..T; -- - - o ij'vuaes iuu ajountam Time. ' ' , .
--. uu,.,u ""j-i " iv..- biufuB ui auminisirauon ana tho
SHERIFF'S SALE NO. 6391
Approved -this nineteenth day ef
! August, 1811.
' M. NEWMAN'. Mayor.
Attest: p. H. Fitzpatrick,
tory of Arizona, In
County of Cochise.
John M. Johnson,
James P Livingston, DefendanL
Southbound train rannw.tn -rfitri'lif
Paso & Southwestern eastbound train
this for El Paso, leaving Hachlta at 11:42
and for tho,mortgago existing -thereon:
it is thereforo oi-riprri .-
Plaintiff vs 'rnnrt Tht nil IZ . .' .1 " " """ eanS liacfllia at 11:45
Slant. aTtno esLt 'o S.WJ .M?W TL- -
Under and by virtne of an order pear beforo U19 said I'robaie Court SXm, ,?T k Ui,'
'of sale issued out of tne District on Tuesday, the 12th day of JMta, n.io u Mou
tri,f n ;,, T.f ; nnil. n. Si," -.. . " lu?. n?ur K 'P3 a t Thomson.
and for The 6ountv' of STiE' . XSSvmn,V,rW..Sia "i" " S! .. Traffic Manager, ci.fton. Arisona.
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I'eb, 17, 131L
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