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The Arizona copper camp. [volume] (Ray, Ariz.) 1910-1920, December 25, 1920, Image 2

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".'V..' see yere, Jim Westeott,” lie?
" .)u t :i 7.1 ; cwj bra..] yrippiug the stub'-
ll rail, “I’ve get ter know what’s up
ff afore I throw open this yere" hotel to
f y>r free vs": this-away. .is a general',
ft catfle-.'bcaKng, .‘MduelMn, con,'piracy
■ ■ everything else on the (tel
•I \T' :'■"(* G'll t 011 l Afpn(lpZ lias •.m
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pi" GiU'Ation rr two i to - ask you.
Ls. Co< ;0 t n huo«v into lliG oX'ico.’ >
’ : i . .11 U A v- QP.e of the
"Atju»y entc;iofl f .av kith to lior foot.
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7 v.\-.L ? tlio iuako. in* that La Rue
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AEIZOF* CQPPBB CAM?
■ ■ s.sso.l had become com* |
: . : ! a ' i d and noticed Miss |
. v.. , . : i'-.u of her smndiug i
tho:v i-A:.buck a reminder of his •
“lie was a sayin’ as how likely yer ;
:1 io go to bed, miss.”
*.N w; I’ll wait imtil Mr. West- j
c -,U comes down. What is that paper :
yi.«'.ir band? Is that the letter Miss :
iYilue left?”
> hi ii op in surprise, gazing. at
•it tl' -W- his glasses.
‘•V. jv.7. • Mess tne —it is, isn't it?
.Mu -i iatvo took it out o’ ther drawer
never thought of the darned thing
" 'y l se3 it? ”
.‘‘Aura'; ’lain’t o’ no consequence ter j
I reckon the woman sorter packed ;
a hunts' and tiiis got lost. The j
MMM: found it under the bed.”
;■ he took it in her hand, and
c;w _.l the room, finding a seat bo- i
:;<T.th one of the bracket-lamps, but j
will her ime turned toward the hall. !
y.-as a single sheet of folded ;
; . ■:• •. iiieiosvd in an envelope, :
and l: d p -i torn across, so that the !
tv o. parts barely held together. She :
■it ;-at here was the key which was :
to unlock the secret of this strange ;
crime. Whoever the man upstairs
might prove to be —the real Cuven- ,
di: ,i or some impostor —tills paper she
h-.M.i in her hands was destined to be
k in the chain. She unfolded it
slowly ;.!• 1 her eyes traced the written
vvrds within. It was a hasty scrawl,
wi j ten-, on the cheap paper of some j
«:i .-cure hotel in Jersey City, extreme- :
:y nit to decipher, the hand of •
the man who wrote exhibiting plainly |
it nent ui .er which lie la
h: was a message of warning; he !
-,v .<". leaving New York, and would sail ;
ihr.t e\ ring for some place in South |
Mr • ri--a; v,;„;re he did not say. Love 1
only viused him io tell her what had I
c .••curred. A strange word puzzled ;
’ -r, and i: of ore she could decipher it, ;
v -ires broke the silence, followed by
, - > the MMrs. She glanced up
m-ty; it was. West colt returning, i
•: «•<>•: ; nd • ; iiy a tall, rather slender :
th ;i clor-ly trimmed beard, i
two croS'-Tl the room, and she :
flu .1 i;tnd:i the opened letter
“bliss Denovan, this is Frederick j
Cav< !::”:sli —the real Frederick Cav- ■
endis!:. f . Imve tofu him something of
t;.v w■ ; :. he has been to us all.”
•al Treu-vick Ouvendtsh
<■" a into her eyes, while he
i;; ••• !y clasped iti his
; i o believed in him, liked him :
- linsciiiUy. 1
i. 1 . v.' ' -T: T regr> -t ver? j
i■•<. : ’7 a litUe, a very little, of !
■ !.;■> : u:,. 1 siiu l Ift New |
h .. . aly i ,vo inonlhs ago. ,
i’:e whole affair is as
p-'.v.Mm :■ ever.”' ' j
: , v • -d wont] riivrly,
‘•v, i •• <• • Ml/?. Not even I
was found ipur
7 ■ in . . !!• apartments?”
f.ha least idea.” ; I
‘;Aa: k fol-l ?ue all he knows," j
in av- rut, “but it only ex- 1
. , .v wiir-n he left the
1 ; : : tie v ;iu his apartments less I
- i ’i .7:. t , ;j after his valet re- j
ikvd. tl a posed lie left everything j
in good order, with a note on the !
writin ytaMb instructing Valois wliat !
la. >.o dm ::.:his absence, and inclos-j
rwai ; , on
th: v,7. .a, he discovered that he had j
MM Lie key to his safe, tmt this
‘ oeeasioned no worry, as he had taken
with liinA all the cash it hold, and
the papers were, of slight importance.’
A' -A o broke in Impatiently, •
“/i e did -e go? How did he es-
I cape encountering Beaton and why I
AM he tail to answer your message?”
wo c ■' v of the two men met, and
■ < v. •;, questions I asked,” re
w ■/’ instantly. “In the in
met; 7-v left Valois was a check for
- v W -wd tiok,.ws m ide to my ox*-
! r, ... we forwarded at once. Fred’s
' ; was Sonora, Mexico,
■ • had some- large copper in
i->-”>-srs. He intended- to look after
••••’ ' ■ ”:i . here to Haskell with
-1 a v.c-or ten days. But the war
-■ ■ - / : was impo.*-- hie —once ;
cwif-v the bonier he. couldn’t getl
■ wrote me, but evidently the
; letter if'iscarriea.”
“.w,u i‘- -uton missed him entirely.”
‘‘Ay pure luck. Fred phoned the j
New York Central for a lower to Chi- i
h ”• and they' vrere .all gone. En-.j
; right mw f ’-rive learned, in some way, !
1 ~ -• ■ calling that office, and so in- *
• 1 hriiin, who took that - train, j
■ a. w. ;r w: his own rooms, Cavendish 1
.-••cureci accommodations on the Penn
we i-auscd, endeavoring to see out
, the window, hearing the hoof
Mv,;.- of an approaching team.
'fust’s that, Pete?” he asked of
. v ho was hovering as close- ‘
’ a/ho w ,1. <>i ; ::y , it?”
“Guests, I reckon; the Overland was j
M s lute; sure, they’re stop-
CHAFTER XV.
o . . came in through the d.onr i
‘ . aii with a .'-'iv:l! grip in i
\ : I h Crow took from !
: ~nd >: :. (i b \-ide the stove.
r " 11 " wrote both names in the,
r, and then straightened up, and
c;T-vvt'YDr (hr. ]‘lPfllorf’
“Any chance to eat?” he asked, j
“Wo'r-a both of us about starved.”
“I : -jckou there’s plenty o cold prov*
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sb4 1/7iC' ko a ii Ysis
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Liver.
Mrw ' ; hvihe, Twui.— The effic*
l icy of fr fiord’s Black-Draught, tho
c :u’Me, hero, liver medicine, is
v wM ;_w by Mr. W. N. Parsons, a
I f ' of his city. “It is without
M . . :;t Iron rnedicine, and I
| cMMt k I cov’d cot along without
1 I : : w.oh, head
rw , h-. V. and all
result o£
| & torpid liver.
"i have 77. for years,
; r c-aii awf rlo In vmmend it.
: to 7.7-7 \ I wc'.'c y i to bed with*
j c- 7. ic in the irov i will do all it
j-aims to do. 1 1 h cay enough for
Many 9 the: - neh through*-
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—-vali .hie in r ' . 0 liver to
( sum in cleansing
the bowels of irn
Thwtfovd’s Blew: . f liver medi
cine is iho original .. . 7 genuine.
A- 7. at no ire '7 uhsfitutes.
- - • -'ays ask £; . .. s.
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NOTICE 0~ HEARING FOR PRO
BATE OF WILL
: hi ill.'- S:iw..7or Court of Pinal County,
i Suite: of Arizona.
I 'i the Matter of the Estate of Robert
| J. Cm. 11, Deceased
j i'-hklc is hereby given that Eliza-
Dunn has filed in this Court a
1 < ha document purnprting 1o be the
f;/1. .Will and Testament of Robert J.
| If-. ’in together with her petition pray
j ; that aid document be admitted
; i < probate in this Court as the last
A- and Testament of said Robert J.
; Ivinn,. who, said petitioner alleges, is
• 7 • / ed, and that letters testa
■7 ary ancillary issue thereon to
u/d petitioner, and that same will be
7 . rd on Monday the 27th day of De
-1 : -her, A. D. 1920, at 1:30 o’clock in
I M ■ aA, rnqcn of said day, at the court
j room cf said Court, in the Court
C e, in the Town of Florence,
County of Pinal, State of Arizona, and
air v roans interested in said estate
are notified then and there to appear
and show cause, if any they have, why
the prayer of said petitioner should
not be granted.
(S al) MINNIE M. BENNETT,
Clerk.
Dated December 3, 1920.
—o
SUMMONS
in the Superior Court of Pinai County,
| State of Arizona.
Ac: ion brought in the Superior Court
of Pinal County, State of Arizona,
and the Complaint filed in said
County of Final in the office of the
I clerk of said Superior Court.
! Yet .1 Cruz Navarro, Plaintiff, vs.
Jesus Navarro, Defendant.
In the name of the State of Arizona
! to Jesus Navarro, Defendant', greet-
Yeu are hereby Summoned and re
(giv'od to appear in an action brought
77 In. . you' by. the above named
Fj.vv iff in the Superior Court of
!' Monty, State of Arizona, and
. or the Complaint therein filed
it the Clerk of this said Court, at
•j- 1 : ;c, ; u said County, within
tv • days after the service upon
; of ibis Summons, if served in this
id County, or in all other cases
v.MiTn thirty days thereafter, the
f e. above mentioned being exclu*
' . of the day of service, or judg
::t by def: ult will be taken against
GT. n under my hand and seal of
tho Sup rior Court of Pinal Coynty,
! State of Arizona, tiiis 2Gth day of No
: vember, 1920.
: (Seal) MINNIE M. BENNETT,
Clerk of said Superior Court.
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