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xffe ljy "TM rM .BSaVeS firtSatsr-" 2tjmm uiir $r m L'l It ll Mi m 1 i y r 1 . ' VtV' !& E-J- '! E-ias' 2 Wp. I Md Aln Bts. TMU EPITAPH The Weekly Tombstone Epitaph published every Sunday, will give all the new, and will K ent to any nd drtss for Four Months For 91 VOLUME XXVII The Schieffelin. W T.Tri-p. it. Ma.sacfk. Thursday. August 27tli Entire Change for Tuesday Thursday andJSunday Evenings Main Floor. 25 cents: Gallery 15c: Children 15 ce'its Box Office open 7:45. Curtain 8:30 Keep The Money At Home.... If you were going to deposit one hundred dollars a year for 1 0. 1 5 or 20 years during your produc tive periodd to provide for your-' self in your old age. you would not send it to a New York bank if there was just as good a bank at home, would you ? Why then should jou send your insurance premiums there when you can buy the same policies here for less money ? We are an insur ance company of the people for the people. Do you know that about $2,000,000 annually leaves these Territories in life-insurance premiums alone, and that not a dollar of this amount is in vested in either Territory? Sup. pose we had $2,000,000 to loan today to the Farmers. Stockmen Merchants and other representa tive interests of the Territories at a reasonable rate of interest, would it not only promote the individual, but the community interests of our people as weii? We have now $1 10.000 that is available to the people as loans on improved real estate, subject to the approval of the executive committee. The amount will be increased an nually as our busi ness grows. A Few Things WE DO : Sell you ife insurance', at the lowest rate possible and consis tent with absolute safety. Operate our affairs with the most careful economy and pay large dividends. Write standard old line policies on a legal reserve basis with all of the most modern and liberal features. Loans you money, not only on your policy.but on other.securities as well. Occidental Life Insurance Co.. Of New Mexico and Arizona AC CTIIUPT Special Agent . r. OlUrilrT, Cochise Co DISCRIMINATING LADIES. MOar Xmtmg Herplrt ' g puiiaeuTnna. The ladlea who have used Xewbro'a Herplelde .peak of It in the highest term., for IU quick effect In cleanstae the .calp of dandruff and also for It. ex- general halr-dres.m. ceuence -.--". i .. .. it .liar. makes the scaip im " - - ' f .. f.iaVfn Vhlch dandruff will cause. !"'.- r-i,.M. effectively cures J.'ndruff a. It destroys the rem. that dandruff, as " to uSrw!S in kirnmr It. SeWd s?op. fal.U hjur ?" J"'! Ct.. It Is also an Ideal hair dresa r Tr It VenS. an aristocratic charm t. ihe' hair ttltT. qalu distinctive. Sold for sample to Toe HerpWda Co, T trolt. Mich. Tombetone Drug Co. corne lfe' - . .' .- KJ B&sljB jljMtl,1j,ssBjJSBSJJSJJSJJggJ3gglJtJJtgflfJSJBIsjjfrsJisB JJHIiy iff atiwi1issw-a of ARE AFTER YAQUIS Mexican Troops Pursuing the Indians WAR OF ANNIHILATION Little of the Fighting Is Known but Troops Are Kept In Pursuit Since the recent outbreak ol the mall band of Yaqui, who killed by the wholesale just across the inter u tional laundary, there has teen very little account of them appearing in the papert, either on this side or the Mexican side ot the line. The government ol Sonoia, however, it not allowing the matter to Ig but has been pome steadily ahead with the formation of the dying squadron un der Governor General Torres, which wa ordered recruited by the central governmental the City of Mexico. Parts of this squadron Hie now in the" field, most ol them in the moiin tan. s down in loner honor. Thus far no accounts of any battles between them and the rebellious Indians have been received at the Mexican offices, but the guards are knom to be in hot pursuit of the bands. They are under the command of an experienced In d'an fighter. Following the Flag When our soldiers went to Cuba and the Philippines, health was the oi.e important consideration. Willim T. Morgan, retired Commissary Seergant U.S. A , of Rural Route 1, Concord N.H ,sa)s "I was two years in Cula i anu iwo)ears in vim riiiuppinee, anu being subject to colds, I took Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, which "cept me in perfect health. And now, in New Hampshire, we find it the best medicine in the world tor Coughs, colds, bronchial troubles and all lung diseases. Guaianteed by all druggists. Price 50c and 1.100 Trial bottle.' ft THE LOCAL CHURCHES Services at the Various Tombstone Houses of Worship At the Congregational church ser vices as usual. Following is the order oi services for Sunday: Sunday school at 10 a m.; Preaching at 11 a. m. Young People at 7 p m ; Evening service and address 7:30 p. m. At the Congregational church tbe usual services will be held. Mrs. Berndt w ill have charge of the music. At the Methodist church on Sun day, the Epworth League meets at 7:00 p. m. Prayer meet'ng Wednci day at 7.30 p. m. Sunday school at 9:50 a m. The usual services will be had at the Methodist church tomorroT, both mornmg and evening. Subject of the morning sermon, "A Call." Evening sermon, "God's Word Endures.' All are cordially invited to attend. Sacred Heart Catholic Church. First Mat4 at S a. m.; second Mass at 9.30 a in.; Sunday school 10.30 a. m.; Itosaryand Bnediction7:30 p. m ChamDerlain's uough Remedy sTnrsM. sTVM- -ar IV .- n OUffh. Civtrt CnM' onUritime TOMBSTONE. A FAREWELL PARTYlOAlm Mrs. Ruckerof El Paso Entertained bj Her Tombstone Friends La-t night at their residence, Mr. and Mrs. Judge Duncan entertained in honor of Mrs. Rucker, who leases today fnr El Paso, after an enjoyable visit to her Uncle, Judge Duncan, and wife, and making a host of happy ac quaintances in Tombstone, added o thoe she already knew The happy programme included a "takeoff" on "deestrict" school work, in which several of tlie party brought tears of laughter to the eyes of the as'eiubled (riends. Mrs. Kucker, especially, recited to the delight of the whole assemblage. Refreshments were served, but not all of them, as in the Hurry and enthu siasm of the moment, the hostess for got one big ticket of choice sand w dies. The Judge says the madam was holding them out for a hard win ter, hut the lady strenuously denies it. The part) adjourned tired and hap py. Those present included, besides the home folks, Mr. and Mrs. Ph.lo Willcox, George II Willcox and family. Rev Benedict and daughter Helen, Mis Vandyne, niece of Kev. Benedict, Prof McLaurm, Francis Crable, W. K. Meade. Mi-s Locke, Mrs. Jas. JIc- Pherson, Miss Josephine McPherson and Mr Ray Swain. Tbe lied Men's smoker last night was hugely enjoyed by ev fry one pres ent, Dfpuiy Great Incohone Leon Godchaux led in the speech making, and the conviviality of the occaio i so mellowed the mombers that nearly every one responded with ut least a few happy remarks. Col. H. L. Pickett returned j ester day from an extended trip, including the National Democratic convention, then swinging around to I.os Angeles took in the Hatravampa club, where in a happy speech, he properly pro nounced Tombstone the garden of the continent. We are pleated to welcome the Colonel home again. TERRITORIAL ITEMS OF INTEREST Newsy Arizona Events Taken In at a Glance i Professor linker won from Lobrum in a fast wrestling matcN at Tucson i .Sunday evening, taking the second I and third falls, Arthur Ainsworlh and Alfred Ilacon of Pboen'x, M J Cunningham of Bis bee and Dr W B Purcell of Tucson have been appointed by George Purdy Bullard, superintendent of the auto races at the fair, to act aa an advisory ommittee. A Mexican stung in the leg by a rattlesnake neat Prescott the ether day came near dying from the effects o? whiskey taken aa an antidote. An international drilling contest will be the feature of the next pil grimage of the Hassayampa club in Los Angeles in 1303. Tempe w dry last Sj&day for the first time in the history of the town. An excursion will be run from Phie- nix to Tucson on Labor day. The lat ter city is now preparing a big cele bration for that da;. A big row is expected in Mesa when the city council Attempts to move the town's electric plant from its old stand oo Center street to another portion of the city. Phoenix people who have been pros pecting in the Winkelman district, claim to have discovered some excel lent coal lands. SUNDAY EJOITIOIV COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA-SUNDAY, AUGUST 30, 1908 FROM MOB Douglas Officers Bring Prisoner to Tombstone ESCAPED LYNCHING . Negro Kills Douglas Citizen-May Precipitate Race Fight La-t night officers Harry Shropshire, Bob Holburn and Frank Clark came in an automobile steered by "Auto Bob" of Douglas. They were eminently relieved, how ever, a they rode out of town, looking backward and facing a.fierce mob who wanted the negro they had in thier charge. This negro, Frank Butler, had about five o'clock, bloAn the head ofl of a white man named E. K. Phillips, a painter and paper hanger. Aliout three months ago, Butler had a street duel with another party of his own complexion on Sixth street, in which he splattered a negro by the name of Dysart with bird shot He killed Phillips with a doulle barreled shotgun. According to the statement of the otlicers, who b.-ought the necro out, the act as totally unjustifiable, and the officers found it a most disagree able job to fare thn indignation and tbe heated curses of their own neigh bors in protecting their prisoner. The city is desperate!) overheated in regard to the matter and it is tent ed that serious race friction may be the result. Douglas has perhaps the largest colored population of any Arizona city and it is claimed that the element in the smelter city is correspondingly in solent, and the white element ate be- i coming very eore about conditions, land this incident will not operate tn 1 relieve tbe situation. It is to hoped, now that tbe officers almost risked their lives to protect the prisoner, that the courts, witnesses and jury will do their whole duty in the premises and demonstrate to the people of Douglas, that the law will be vindicated, regardless of all the legal chicanery that may be brought ti bear. Anent the arrival of Butler, it is distinctly remembered that while liv ing in Tombstone, Marshal Bravin had considerable friction with Butler, and had to "float' him two or three times, and he was a source of perietu al trouble and danger. The officers state that he is known as a desperate negro in nearly every camp in the territory and can hardly plead good reputation in tbe approach ing trial. C B Landers has established the Lsadville. Courtland and Tombstone stage line, and beginning September 1st will make regular trips fromTomb stone to the thriving mining camps of Leadville and I'onrtlsnd, It is proposed to make three round trips weekly, one every Tuesday, Thursday I and Saturday. The new stage line is quite a convenience for travelers who come via the county seat, and the natural point from which to reach these camps. The fare will be It 50 and the first trip will be made Tuesday next. Ijrtwipij AN ARIZONA MENU Good Things the Gucsls Enjoyed at the Hassayampa Banquet. The following was tl.e menu of the banquet of the Hassayampa Club, at the Hollenbeck hotel in Los Angeles on August 20th: Hassayampa Tonic Spirit of Ari tona; Spineless Cactus a la Florence, Viu Blanco Mesa; Broth of Wickeo burg Road Runners, Straw Cheese Willcox; Flying Fish Kio Verdi Je rome; Cucumbers, Gila Valley; Pota toes Duncan: Globe Persiarino; Pomme de Terre Williams; Flagstaff Z:ro San Francisco Peaks: Vin Rouge Tempe; Tucson Humming Birds a la San Xavier; Peas Yuini; Salad Pres cott Flamingo; Bisbee Floral Cream a la Tombetone Can) on, Benson Con fections; Doug'a9 Slag Cheese, Clifton Crackers a la Chase Creek; Cafe Naco; Merenci Ropes to Burn, Ladies' Wa fers, Wmslow; FireCrackers Xogales. Probate Judge Frank Goodbody re turned from Bisbee last night to take up important court proceedings in his dspJitment today. Charley Overlock came up from Douglas last night on business in the county seat. Mies Susie Cabel returned from Douglas jesterday in company with her friend, Miss Ive, who will be her guest for a few days in the sneet sub urbs of the county seat. Tombstone will be well represented at the big Democratic meet and barbe cue at Lewis Springs tomorrow. Prof. Triler ol Prefcott arrived in Tombstone this morning to look over the field and confer wi'h Prof. Mc Laurin in regard to the high school courses which Prof Truler will take clm'ge of here The Prof, comes high ly recommended anl is anfoucator of experience. ARIZONA ELKS PLAN BIG PARADE The Arizona .Antlered Herd Will Travel In a Body Letters have been received in this city and have also been sent to all tbe Elk lodges in the territory, recount infi the action recent!) taken by the Hisbee ledge, looking toward a big at tendance of the Arizona membership it tbe next convention in Los Angeles next summer. The pi ins, in decided upon, look to he formation of all the Arizona Elks ii a grand parade, with uniforms of .miliar st)le and kird. A special ram i to 1 run out of Itubee over he Southern PaciSc into the city of l.oi Ang-les and only Arizona Elks till tie considered for page over it. Ilea ( ii triers will be established at the Hol'enbeck Hotel. Mauldin's Roses. Koes in perpetual form are what jou sen in the display window of the Mauldin jewelry store in Tombetone. Something absolutely beyond compa rison in the way of enduring beauty. Tbey are manufactured by a secret process, by which any beautiful flower, fern or other delicate article may be transformed into beautiful metal work, without the slightest change in form. The ladies of taste are raving over them. No two are alike and Tombstone ladies should not fail to call on Mauldin and look over his ex quisite variety of rose hat pins. ."". ? f l 'L. - TOOK TO THE HILLS Tombstone Youths Wanted to Face the World MET STERN REALITY After Tiresome Tramp Gladly Return Home One Still Out It now develops that three tender youths a few days since started to run away from home, parents, fireside and Tombstone. Like must grown peo ple they had not proceeded far before they discovered that they had left the sweetest spot on earth. Like the man who stands on the north po'e and who cannot move without going south, the individual living in Tombstone, cannot move without going to a less desirable place; so this band of young ruuawa)s broke up somewhere over in the foothills of the Chiricahuas, Two of them found their way back as far as Leadville, where Dave Shoemaker picked them up, and the other will doubtless turn up sorer, hungrier and wiser than he ever was before. For tunately the country is in such a shape that they can neither freeze, starve nor suffer for water. Deputy Great Incohone left for his borne in Deming this morning from which point he will proceed to Chi cago to tne Grand Council of the U., Improved order of Red Men, where he will submit his report on the reserva tion of Arizona. He predicts that within a year the Tombstone Opata tribe will be the second in the terri tory, Bisbee coming first. Of course, he regretted to leave the glorious cli mate of Arizona in general and Tomb stone in particular. We Wonder. If Tombstone, everything consider ed is not fully abreast if not "a leetle" ahead. If our mines do not possess just about as much merit and extent as any in the county. If our transportation facilities are not a thread better than in cities fur ther away from the trans-ccntinertal lines If our fruits and vegetables are not finer and 'fresher than those which same of our big sisters find it neces sary to import 900 miles. Ii the chek is not a bit clearer, the e)ebrghter and the carriage more springy in this "Edenized" zone among the cloud, where one needs a a blanket every night, and never more than two. If a case of t)phnid, pneumonia, r any other disease does not havu to be brought here, when same other places have eight funerals a dsy. If we are not surrounded by a verit able cordon of magnificent mining districts, while other places have to squat on just one Guess Tombstone doesn't need any sympathy this morning, thank you. THE WEATHER WEATHER FORECAST Dehvfh Aug 23 for Arizona Rain ''"'- -ft - ls(SsfilSBBBBV THE triTAPHV $3 TZK TUB la published every Sunday, and con tains alt the new of the week aa it appears in The Daily Pbospectob. tj FWe Cents Copy NO 35 Political Announcements A special rata has been made for an nouncements under this caption. The column is open to candidates of alt political parties. FOR SHERIFF. I desire to announce myself as a candidate, for the office ot sheriff of Cochise county, subject to tbe decis ion of tbe Democraticcounty conven tion. Ernest E. Hcgiiks. Bisbee, Ariz. FOR SHERIFF. I hereby announce myself as a can didate for sheritT of Cochise county, subject to the action of the Republi can county convention. Jack White. Tombstone, Ariz. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY. I hereby announce mvsel! as a can didate for the office of district attor ney of Cochise county, subject to tbe action o! the Democratic county con vention. J. F. Ross. Douglas, Ariz. FOR TREASURER. I hereby announce myself as a can didate for the office of treasurer of Cochise county, subject to the action of the Democratic county conven tion. Steve Roejiek. Benson, Ariz. FOR PROBATE JUDGE. I hereby announce myself as a can didate ior the office of probate judge of Cccbifce county, subject to the action of the Democratic county conven tion. F. W. Goodbody. Tombstone, Ariz. FOR SUPERVISOR. I hereby announce myself as a can didate for the office of supervisor of Cochie county, subject to tbe action of the Democratic county conven tion. Jons Rock. Tombetone, Ariz, FOR RECORDER. I hereby announce myself as a can didate for the office of recorder of Cochise county, subject to the action of the Democratic county conven tion. C. A. SIcDonmld. Tombstone, Ariz. FOR SUPERVISOR. I desire to announce myself as a candidate for re-election to the office of supervisor of Cochise county, sub ject to the action of the Democratic County Convention. William M. Rigos, Dos Cabezos, Ariz. FOR SHERIFF. I desire to announce myself aa a Candida e for the office of sherirt ot Cochise count), subject to the ac tion of the Democratic county con tion. Chakles Lockii.no, Bisbee, Ar'z. FOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT I desire to announce myself as a candidate for the office of school superintendent of Cochise county sub ject to the action of (he Democratic county convention. L. V. McCoobt, Willcox, Ariz. FOR SHERIFF. I hereby announce myself as a can didate for the office of sheriff subject to the action of the Democratic county convention. M. C. Bestos Bisbee, Ariz. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY I hereby announce myself aa a can didate for the office of district attor ney of Cochie county, subject tn tho action of the Republican county con vention. Joil.v S. U 1LLIAM3, Tombstone, Ariz. FOR SUPERVISOR. I hereby announce royelf a a can didate for the office of supervisor, subject to the action ol the Democratic county convention. W. M. AnAifsov, Douglas, Ariz. For an Impaired Appetite To imnrove the annetite and ! strengthen the digestion try a, few dosas of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Mr. J. H. Seitz, oi Detroit, M icb., says : They .restored my appetite when impaired, relieved me of a bloated feeling and caused a pleasant and satisfactory movement of the bowels. Price 25 cent. Sam. pV free, A 'I drmyiat. 3'