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I'FIIUMIED EVERY SUNDAY.
Instruments Filed With the County
THE RECORDS GIVEN IN BRIEF.
C A Burdiok, (ingle, to
Mary L Ktlley; lots in
H A Morgan et al to L
A Roberts 25
Courtland Towusite fc
Imp Co to C I) Muir.
lot in Courtland 300
C A Burdick, single, to
Mary L Kelley; lots in
Thomas Jewell to J C
Mcintosh; IuU in
J H Dveet 111 to II 11
Grier; lot on mining
claim, Disice 10
I H Averhill ct ux to
Earl Smith: -lot in
T F McCourtney et ux
to E II Cosell; lot in
Don 1; Us yoo
HT Fisher etux to P!ar
le Baenado; part sur
face ground of mining
claim, Tombstone dis
Henry Manz to K 1!
Krebs; house in Bietee 10
A J Collin to Margaret
E Coding; lots in Ben
eon C00 ,
G B C .pp and C C Al
bright to Peacock Go d
Mining Co; ruining
claims 10 ,
W CLand to HK Street;
land 50 .
VC Land toll iv Street;
land in euron S5 .
L D Shattuck to I, W
Powell; mining claims
in Tu quoise district.. 85PO
G E Berber et ux to
Grace Flickinger; lote
Id Douglas 50 .
John Miller et ux to D
Cima; houe and lot in
Tombstone 200 .
Grace Fljckinger and
hu'band to J W Furr;
lots in Dougla 400 ..
Mrs E E Bell, widow.
to A O'Brien: lots in
Bishee TOO ..
E B Perrin et ux to S M
Franklin; land 6500 ..
Mary L tCelley, single, to
Clinton A Burdick;
lots in DougUi)
Henry Heinbart to T
Scliweiscliler; land in
tec 31 100 ..
J E Moeher et ux to
Luella J Lemipna; fur
niture 60 85
J Ardisson, single, to
Provident Mut B-L as
sociation; lots in Doug
las 2200 ..
J R Merrill" & Sons to
Fulglium fc Speed; 5
lnres 375 .
F J Haas to Copper
Queen Min Co; furni
ture, etc 1696 S3
G M Bahst to Miners &
Merc Ba-k, Bisbee;two
ryxl tables 100 ..
Frank Bauer to M Roche;
butcher hop, Doui-Ias 121 . .
E A Rose to Wilicox
Bank t Trust Co;
5 0 head gnat 1000..
P Sanchez et nx to Will
cox Bank it Trust Co;
on lot in Wilkox.... 150 ..
Iraogene Saxoy to John
H Dye.et ux; on lot on
Mary K McNamara to R
Fwj ; on lot in Doug
Mrs E B Behan agrees
to sell to h II Petty
and S L Davidson cash
regia'er for ....
Fpiegel, M tr, Stearn tfc
Co Agree to tell to R T
Pringle, piano for....
AGItM'VLNT OF SALE
Matilda Cobh ace-s in
sell to Mary F Sims
one mining 1:1.1.11,
Warren district 500 .
ARTICLES 01- lNCOM'OHAllO.V
Couriland Mining De
velopment Co of Court
A J Johnson, Frank
Faijcet and 1 Price;
capital stoci 3,0H),0d0 .,
f-iwEU i.F ATTORSbV.
M R Steeu 10 RTSteeo;
BILL OF BALE
JKrlanovich A Co to
Touy Ber-dis et ai; in
terest in restaurant,
BisUe ... 14 0 ..
Ciaude Craig to J F
L uison and Kmil
DaMmac; hursts 1 .
FV Donnelley vs A Coll;
lot in CourtlanJ; de
mand 50 .
J V Furr f s J P Bigelow
et ux; property in
Estate Carter miners. Order per
mitting guardian to fix residue.
Estate W J Robert?. Final dis
Estate T I. Kirman, Order c! no
tice to creditors.
Estate I L Hath. Order appoint
ing Oct 12, 19.i9, lor hearing petition
for letters of administration.
E-tate Patrick II Corter. Final
discharge of administrator.
Suit filed. Martin O'Hare vs City
of Bisbee. Suit for damages in sum
H-tlie M Kimball to II
E Berner; lot on min
ing claim in Tomb
store E II Reeves, administra
tor of C S Steven es
tate to Jiff rord;land
in sec 15
II Houser to Addie L
Foter; mining claims
W P Holley, single, and
Martin J Greeley et
ux; lots in B sbec....
The Meguire Co to T P
Nichols; let in Doug
las The Meguire Co to 1" P
Nichols; lots in Doug
la. W C Howard, sinvle, to
Dav s McDonald, lots
John Igo et ux to C II
Webb; lot in Doug as
Julia Harvitz and hus
band to Miners and
Merchants Hank, Bi
bee; lot :n Bisbee....
L J Hamltnn to M J
Brophv; 2 horses
E M M.ller to EB Mason
L J Hamilton to E B
Ma-ou Co; buggy....
D M Ragennvich to E B
Ma'oti Co; wagon and
Robert Arborn to E B
Ma-in Co; on wagon
Oscar L-ons to E B
Mason Co: cab and
C A Newman to L G
man barn in Bisbee..
Vienna Bakery Co, Bis
bee, to Southern Cal
ifornia Supply Co;
Card of Thanks.
We dc-ire to express our heartftlt
thanks to the many friends who an
kindly as-isted us during t he aicknett
and dentil of our dsrhng ahy.
Mu. and Mrs. Mice Davis
A letter from S J Roger to one of
th-local members cf tne Methodist
church states that Rev E M Crandal'
has 'een appointed pastor of Tumb-stone-Ber.son
rharge He is ex
pected to arrive in a fe days. Supt.
Rogers s,aks of RevMr Crandall as
a giw d man, and believei be will do
1 Great Interest Taken
in Eucalyptus Culture
Experiment Si ti 11 bullet n mjh
No gr up of plants, perh 1 s, is th
s ilj c of greater inq'iir) in southern
r z ma at the present tinm than the
eucalyptus. The importune wli cl)
this rein rkable genus is assuming 'n
parts of Ca'if.irma a a pr hIup. r
wood "hit can If turned t h variety
nf p upases, t ge'li-'r w th the elini
Inty of ihw valleys if southern Ail
zona, and ce-ta u interior ones of
CihfornU whero the trees are g "'
'uccess'nliy, is responsible largely for
the growing interest- On xcc u it ol
the marveloas growth of the Euct
lytus which enabes the Californio
planter to net hands. mi- profits fr.m
His groves, it is only natural that
heir planting should be given cunsid
There appears to be good ctuse to
beheve tliat they may bo grown sui
cesslully nit h limited irrigation rn
Iandi that are of secondary talue f..r
agricultural purposes at the present
I time on accsunt of limited water
Tne Benson Press says that at the
head of the Arizona list the report
pNcj8thefnrest red gum(tereticorui),
ted gum (rostrata), desprt gum (rulis)
and red box (polyanthema), all f
which are growing very nicely in Ben
son. though the red gum lias o fr
outgrown the others.
Looking for Horses
The Phoenix Democrat sajs- D -
retarding the repeated warnings
against climbing tin- steel towers ol
the Itnrrevelt power transmission line,
Charges A Cbaiiilars, a farmer living
near Meea, was ehctrocuttd and his
body burned to a blackened and un
recognizable mix yesterday about
noon in one of the towets near his
home. He had chmlvd up to look
for his horses. He urfortunatej
climbed high em ugh to get among the
wires. His head was almost burnt:!
torn h's body. a d his alidomen hor
ribly burned belore the wire parted
and his remains fe 1. Mrs Chambers,
who had stepped outride her kitchen,
witnessed the dtaih u' her husband.
When she first saw him his body was
a mass of flimes. She saw- him fall
and notifitd neighbors. An inquest
was held shortly after He leaves a
widow and six email coildten.
Meeting of Board
The board of supervisors besides
aard!ngtbe bid for the building of
the hospital on the ou ty poor farm
at Douglas to Olson & Co id Bishee
lor the sum of 129,99.) and awaiding
the bid for the sink ng ( the arieeiaa
well on the k-round to C O Bonham
for $2)5 for sinking the well to a
depth of 1-0 feat, transact dcons.der
From the designs filed the county
poor farm will be a very attra-tive
building and an mposing structure.
Ample room will be provided for va
rious wards, operating room', deten
tion ward-, etc.
The resignation of Ed Williams at
county immigration commissioner nas
accepted aud W. P. While id tli6 Co
chise County Pre of Ben'on was
given the place.
A number of road matters were dis
posed of, the principal one being that
a strip of ground between St David
and Faith mk through the land of
A Marvn will be condemned for the
. urpose of opening it for a county
The fee bills o' the various consts
oles and justices of tbe prace vere re
ferred to the district attorney for sud
ing. A few claims were audited and al
lowed and adjourned to meet on the
first Monday of next month.
an Will Winter
William Jennings Bryan will spend
the coming winter in Arizona.
Bryan said: "I shall spend he
coming winter in Arizona dividing
my time between Douglas, Tucson
and Phoenix As to the report that
I shall move to Texas I would sa
that 1 have contemplated a winter
re-idence in the Lone Star state bnt I
shall maintain my permanent resi
dsn-e in L nodn. However, I expect
to sperd the coming winter in Ari
I zona, coming tome lime in nuyem-tr."
I From Monday's Daily.
' F E ail well, postmaster at foug
las. is a Tombstone visitor today, ti
new'iog old acquaintances. He wis
torn erly a reodtnt of this c
Deputy Sheriff Bennett of Bersonis
in tbe city today.
Ben McKmnoy of Cnchis nas in
the city t. diy. He reports the val'ey
m the vicin ty of C- chioe as being
rapidly sett ed up by farmers fr m
te east and south, especially Inm
lUn Brown, the well known Court-
lnd mine owner was in the city to
day on a iit to friends
Mrs Thomas It Sorin of Tucson
h a city visitor today, arriving this
Mrs Dr Staphs of Courtland is
spending a few days in tbis city as the
guest of Mrs Geo. Black.
H Armitage, road overseer of the
Renson district, was in the city t dav
on husinces before the board of super
F C Hurst, the Bishee architect, is
in the city tcday having submitted
a set of plans nr the p or farm build
ing' to the board of supervisors, the
bids for thecoustriict'on of which are
to be let today.
N" P Olson of Bi-bee, w a Tomb
atone visitor today, having business
before the hoard of supervisors.
The Machomich Mercantile Co an
nounce t!; opening of fill aud winter
millinery at their store on Thursday
and Friday of th's week. A display
of leauti'ul and exquisite creations in
Paris an and American styles will be
shown Tombstone ladies and it he
hooves all to be on hand to examine
same which i to be the fashion event
f the season.
Dr. Hughart and Bi'hop have as
sumed charge of the county hospital,
taking over the contract e.n the 1st
inst. Drs Hughr.rt and Bishop were
formerly the cnntracling physicians
and during the several years of their
adinmi-trati u gave most satisfactory
service. The c ntract was assgred
by Dr. Sloane. who is located at
Courtland and find 4 it inc nvenient
to devote his time and attention to
the bosL'tal here.
Earl Reed of Si er Bell, is spend
ing a few dava here ou a visit to h;s
H PNewton.beiterknown as"Dad,"
oad overseer of the Cochi-io district,
nas in the city t lay on business be
fore the board ol supervisors.
G A Brown and wife of Cochise, art
spending a few- days here on a visit la
Wm Morris, the Bi-bee road over
seer, was here today on business U.
fore the board of supervisors. He
dr ve over accompanied by bis step
son, Wm Wickstroin.
W J Young, Jr, of the Great West
ern Mining company at Courtland,
wat a Tombstone visitor today.
J F Robling of Bisbee, was in tht
city tidiy on a short business trip.
ChaB K Karnes of Lowell, was lie-e
yesterday on hi' way to that place,
from Courtland, where he had been
spending a few days.
Dr llitchin', the dentist, arrived
this morning from Tucson on a short
J A Hnld'n and S E Elder of Doug
las, were here today on a short busi
ness trip, having business with the
hoard of supriv sore.
J J Miller, the net) known Tucson
commercial man, was here today on a
short buiiness trip.
Attorney Charles Bowman left last
evei.ing for X-gIe, where he na
called on court business.
The numlcr of grand jury prisoners
in the county jail was increased one
more this morning by the arrival 1
Guadalupa G-rcia, who has been held
to awn! the action of that body on a
rharge of committing an assault with
a deadly nran on one Albert I'rui
at Fairbank on August 16th. Alter
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Fairb-nk, but returned a few datt
since anu whs ioav.vu uimei norsb iij
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lyrj U'Jf ouri u vo item, nuu mrf
being given an examination before
JufttrA Mnrri'tin was hound over.
E.tel!. Crowley of Bisbee h.t
br-nght suit in the d-.tnet oourt
against Bm Crowley for divorce.
("he couple were married in Bi-We
on Jul) 4th, I&99, and tbe complaint
allies manor me pasuwoyeart tne,
defendant had failed to aupport the .
plaintiff Mornton & Dorr are ttor-
neyt for plamt.ff. J
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From Tuesday's Daily.
Judge t'abell, who deals out justice
to the violators of the law in tl e
Cnurtlaml precinct, is here on ash it
visit to his fsmily.
Service! are announced to take pla e
at the Episcopal church tomorrow
evening at 7 -'clock, Bet Bolt of Ne
Among the Douglas v sitors to the
County seat last evening weru noUd
C O Kills, A R II elm .11, Win Aud 1
on, Fred Cadwell, 1 eo L'ltz, J A
Hidden, F Bain, and Coas Eldr-r. The
di-lrgatinn v.e'0 h re to note action 1 1
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oius anu ai were pieasra witn tlo-
final trivial decision which will mean
a 30,00 building for Doug as and
ultimate expenditure of '5,000 or
more for county pur,ioses.
F J Graf wag a county seat visitor
tialay from Bis'ee.
Xotice has been served in the pr
mary rade of the public school that
any pupil who has not attended in
this department should do so before
the end of this week, ss the class al
ignments will have feen made and
the second assignment' will not be
made until lec-m!a?r,
The infant child of Mike Davis and
wife was buried yesterday. The little
sufferer was t vu years old and had
been ill abmt ten days. The con-b
' lence of T.imbstonelriends is extendi 4
the bereaved parents in their loss.
Rev. Crouch to be
Transferred to Yuma
At the Methodist conference at
Pnoenix the following list id appoint
ments to Ar'iona churches were
Superintendent, S. J, Rogers,
Bisbee E. D. Raley.
Bisbee circuit To be supplied.
Cananea C. II. Davis.
Do iglas and NiCoziri R. E.
Ug-taff C. P. Metcalf.
G endale J. B. Career.
Globe E.G. Decker.
Globe circuit To be supplied.
Jerome aud Jerome Junction 0.
Kingman J. M. Ocheltree.
.Mi-'a A. I.. Hawley
Needles ', C. earr.
Nogalcs o b s ipplied.
Phoenix It. S. Fi- l-r.
Prftcott C. W. iicning,
SatTird H. F U vi-.
Temni Wiibur Fi-k.
Tombst-me and Benson To be
Tucson f colored) V M. flole.
Wile ix aud Pearce C. II. Hunt.
Wi slow and Holbrook M F
Willi ims David Roberts.
T-ima C. G. Coulter.
Yuiia Indian Mission V. Crouch.
R-v. Crouch, formerly pasto here,
has been assigned to Yuma and it is
not yet known who will take his place
Bitten by a Skunk
Chairman Leo M Hoghe of the
board of supervisors of Maricopa
county, will leave Phoenix for Cb cagn
to underg-i a course of treatment at
the Pasteur institute for a skunk bite
he teceived Muuday morning about 1
Hughe attempted to kick a skunk
away from tbe led nf hit daughter at
his ranch ac os- the Salt river and did
succeed in Ki-kiuc the an mal once,
but the second time it b-t hi on the
outside of the left fool through a sli
L sing n- time, Hoghe rame to
Phoenix, where Dr H A Hughes made
several incisions in the vicinity of the
wo-ind and made hypodernuo injec
tions to counteract the effects ol the
After Hoghe kicked the skunk the
secund time and was bitten, hit drgs
attacked the animal and toon killed
I it. The b-aly of the an mal was
J brought to Phoenix to be examined by
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I thedocioia, who will decide whether
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or not it aa a hydrophobia akunk.
I At a meeting of the Territorial Fair
comm:..,on ju8t riinciuded at Pho--
- the finB, toncllM were pilt on tr.
nrenRt:on ,or ... fifth Territorial
fair which will thit year be held the
second week in Novemlet the 8th to
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tf)e iUh Bigger and better than
f u ,he prnm5te ,he com.
miuion u gWfaf . and tbere teetDt to
,kU ,hem outf
TERRIT0RIAL ITEMS OF IN
"1 cou d ship bitten men a day om
11 the Uoc iise county railroad camp
f the Grant Bro-hurs," said one otti e
proprietor, of an employment agtuc..
The city of rues u has n newed it
libling contract witu ihe Tucsoi
as, Elecinc L'.lit k PoAer cumpan.
I ir 1 period oi live ye. rs.
T'avelers who never have seen th.
iilton tea will to interested I 1 kuoa
ing tnat it is ich doled in disipjea
oy evapo'ttion in 1925, and the.
should not put off visiting it until 1
A Texas editor refuses to publi-i
the ubituary notices nf people, who,
hilo living, failed to subscribe foi
the reason: "People who do not take
their home paper are dead anyway,
and their passing away haa no near
Chas H Ba less and F II Hereford
hvc jst be"n elected directors of th.
Tucson Consolidated National Bank,
vlr Baylets having recently ci ured
an interest in the bank, and Mr Hete
ford jointly with Mr Freeman repre
senting the in-erests of the estate 01
HBTenney. of which they are the
The Winelow Mail is to temlarged
to a six column paper.
There are 1,520 pupils enrolled ii
the Tucson public schools, a ;ain of
one hundred over last year's enroll
ment. Anton Hittinger of Tucson, dis
posed of 40 feet on Congres street,
between Sixth avenue and Scott street
tT W A Julian, the price paid being
f 10,000, thia being at the rate of 400
a front foot It is understood tln.1
Mr Ju'lan is to expend 110,000 in in.
proving the prope-ty.
Candidate for place on Republican
ticket at Tucson are as follows- At
large Chas E Hutchuon, eicouncil
manatd Wells Fargo agent Firsi
Ward Preston M Jacobus, memter
of the city council and real estate man.
Second Ward fc; M Dickerman, pres
ent councilman and master car re
pairer; George Atkinson, lorroer can
didate tor territorial council and
prominent cattleman. City Marshal
Xabor Pacheep, (incum'eut); An
t.iony O Donne 1 county jailor. The
democrats will name their ticket to
day. The W-ckenburg board of trade wil.
prssunt President Taft with a silver
canteen. inset with an iner'an iniatun
gold pan and filled with Hassayampa
water, as the most appropriate gut
from that qiarter of the globe. The
president will make a brief stop at
Probable candidates of the derm
crats for the city- of 1 ucaon is as fi-.-lows:
Councilman at large, Stanle)
J- Kitt, meichant; Kirst ward, P. S.
Cochran, contractor; Second ward,
Morris J Lee, railroad man; Marshal,
Patrick Flannigan, po iceman.
At tbe present time more than 130P
men are employed at the Old Domin
ion mine and smelter at Globe and
with a raise in the price o copper and
increase in 'he numbei of workmen
will, of course, follow.
EI Temblor mines in Sonnra have
passed to Henry C. Carr, representing
New York capital, for a consideration
A new mining company has. been
recently organized which is comprised
of Bisbee men. The property is lo
cated in Paradise and is that of the
old Lead vi lie company. The prop
erty consists of eleven claims includ
ing watei rights of Turkey creek and
the townsite of Paradise.
Chas. D. Reppy. right of way agent
for tbe Randolph lines in Arizona, it
in Phoenix Reppy stated that tbe
cniract for eitend-ng the Phoenix k.
Eastern from Winkelman to San Par
los will be let shortly At the present
time an outht is at Wickrlman, mak
ing repaiis belore work it s'arted.
Superintendent Dullard of the auto
department in tie coming fair states
that be lack but 1100 to make up the
necessary 1100(1 for the auto races. He
expects another batch of entries for
the Lot Angelos-Phornix road race
trom Lot Angeles toon.
City Assessor Barnett states that
the total value ol Phoenix city prop
erty f-r taxation purposes is $0 870,
672.92, which is an increaso of ?890.
4' 0.42 over that of 1908.
The Arinna Uoitrd Mines com
pany oi Jobntott will have their new
smelter blown in tnis evening or to
morro morning It was expc'ed
hat the p an w 11 d 1. e l-een in
operation two wek ago, ut inability
to speure plenty nf iron re for fluxing
was the cause ol delay.
While i.gagid in rop ng a bronco
Widoesdiy, Frank Xoland br ke bis
r ght tbiimh Thungh urgul to go a
i"Ctnr, Frnk dd not do so, leing
content to Inn self set tbe lnj ired
n.btr Par.dise Record.
With Scanlan p telling for hi-lee,
tie ucLers shut nut the Moreuci
in b) a sc re ol 3 ti 0. The llial.ee
t in as II (a r cent better than on
s funner ippearance and plaved all
round thi .'! rencs. Scanlon lormer-
pitch (I for Cl fton.
Scenes of Beauty
A mannecr knows Ar:zona until
h has ridden for d-ive In the forests
I the White mountains and seen itt
cean of timber and its wor d of grass.
Go to tho mountains and sleep out
inder Arizona's deep blue ky. Go
and see the clear streams of water,
-the millions of flower', the pretty
lade3 and tha bubbling springs.
3 irry is tho man ulm knows only our
w 'filth of red c pper, or of the dollars
that are mule from our wealth of
cattle and sheep, or our fields of
lfalfa and grain. You are not an
-izonan till you have been to Ari
rona's mountain' George Crosby's
ean hnnw ivp-t.
thinr. To Isv-oini- STTvrt
mmitor r .ili. v..m
rtalL-it ii x rodui zis til bs-t flower
and vswtaU'S wed. In 63 jenri -
ii h i-nnio r "a-n. l-iw I rrys
'- i' aw vuiiY tir orr ir.
rat Jfl Titt A pr .1 Lyvir.TTrlence.
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County Treasurer Hicki ha' an
xtra force of clerks engaged in mati
ng out notice' ol county taxes that
tredue to the various property owners
in tho ounty oi the amount of their
axes for this year A ctrcu ar ac
tompanies the notice calling attention
to the fact that unlesi the taxes are
paid by December 20th they will
ciime delinquent and from that time
vil bear merest at one per cent per
cant until paid as well as fifteen centt
added for each tract, or lot, four per
-ent on tne amount of taxes, interest
and costs ns irnvided by law. If not
-,aid within CO days of delinquency,
-uit may be brought to colleit the tax
I tn . Jo persona! checks ore received
by the couuty treasurer. ,
A meeting for the purpose of organ
zing a Southwestern Editorial asso
ciation has been called at El Pao for
the week of November 1-7. This is
'he week of the El Paso Fair and
Exposition, and as a large number of
-he editors and publishers of the
southwest are planning to attend the
fair, it is considered a propitious time
for the formation of tuch an organ
zation. Co Epes Rand, lph, who has been
ouring the western divNion of the
Southern P c fie, has returned to his
nume in Tucson.
The Yum Electric .fc Water com
pany announce' that it will at onoo
spend l,003 in the mi vovemant of
its plant and making extensions.
W F Ellsworth of Tucson, W 3
Dayton oi Globe, and Mi'i Virginia
Bagley of Biibee, were Ijt week ap
point -d notaries public.
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