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TH T. EPITAPH V
The Wi-kkly Tombstone Epitaph
published every Sunday, will give all
the news and will 1-e ent to any ad
w Four Months For 91
ON ILL-FATED SHIP
Robert Axtell of This City a Survivor
of the Wrecked Ship
MANY ALARMING REPORTS CAUSE ANXIIETY
Amone the paeneers on tbe ill
fated rteamship Santa Kuea wh ch
was arreted off Point Arguello near
Santa Barbara, Robert Axtell c(
Tutubtone. Much anx ety war felt
here among bis relative and friends
who feared the worst, until a telegram
was received ly E II Reeee to the
effect that Axtell had reached chore at
Santa Barbara and was rate
The fitat reports of the wreck were
alarming, being to tbe effect that none
ARIZONA MURDERER PAYS
DEATH PENALTY ON SCAFFOLD
"Good bye boys no more Florercefor
me," were the last words of Domingo
Franco as he was hanged at the peni
tentiary yesterday for the murder of
Francisco Amada at Hanhaw, Santa
Crux county March 19, 1911. Franco
uncalled at the Tombstone iPottoffice
For the Past Week
- The following is a list ot letters re
raaining in the general delivei) at tar
Tombstone postotfice for the week
eiding June 24, 1911.
Andrada Manuel 2 Ilusenburg, John
Escarsega, Jose Garcia, Clara
Montano.J E Millir, W E
Moreno, A F Ochoa, Clotilde de
Joaquin Con- Pfrimmer, 0 W
treroe) Pin. Jose
When calling tor above letters, saj
alvettiead,' giving date of adver
Fkascis D. Cbablt
GIVES UNIVERSAL SATISFAC
TION. Best Remedy in the Market For
Cold , Croup and Whooping
Cough It Always Cures
And Is Pleasant and
Safe to Take.
"I ocver bad a medicine inmy store that
gave each universal satisfaction rs Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy," ms Mr. P. M.
Shore, of Rochester, Ind. "It is the lt
remedy to-day on the market for coughs,
colils and whonping cough. One of my lady
customers told me recently that she coold
not keep house without it, tint since they
have been using it they have hid no need
of a doctor." In case of a severe atiack of
croup a physician will usnally call twice,
and perhaps half a doien times la a severe
while in pneumonia it is often rvary that
he calls once or twice a day for a week or two.
All of this trouble and expense mav be
...t h the ludicious Dse of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, for it is a certain cure for
croup, ana wnen given " -.
becomes hoarse, or even after Uie crocpy
cough appears it will prevent the .
Pneumonia can also be prevented. This
fact has been fully proven, as daring the al
most forty years in which this remedy has
been In general use, no case of a cold or at
tack of the grip has ever resulted in pneu
monUwhenlhUremedywasosed.sofaraswe have been able to learn. It will I seen that
a little forethought and by doing the pght
thine at the right time, all danger and
z. .. I. itntiUilt Gear in mind that
Jvsry bottle of this remedy u warranted and
of the passengers ne'e sated. Todsje
advices a announced by the steam
ship company state all the passengers
were sated after heroic effort but that
four members o! tbecrew ere drown
ed. Persistent reports are had that
quite a number cf passengers are
The wreck is reported one of the
worst in recent jeers and the big
passenger boat left a total los.
mounted the scaffold without atremo
and talked with the attendants to the
FOR RENT-Cottae 3
furnished for housekeeping
M" Prospsctok office.
10 a. ii
Preaching at 11 a, m.
Evening service 7.3J p. tn
Preaching 11 a m Theme:
Sure of our Premises.
Eening topic: David a Character
Study. Miss Helen Benedict, leader
For tbe summer months tbe Sun
day evening service w'll be a joint
service of the Y. P. 8. C. E- and the
Everybody is cordially invited to
attend these service.
Ret. H. A. Deer. Pastor.
Sunday School 10-00 a. m.
Epworth League p. tn.
Al! are invited.
P. H. Bopklv, Paetor.
Sunday services at the Catholic
church every third Sunday, together
with Saturday preceeding andMonday
following, as follows:
Mass at 8 a. in.
Mass at 9 a m.
Evening Service al 7:30 p in.
Sunday school every Sunday at 10
a. m., Mrs. Wm Cavanagb, Supt.
All are cordially invited to attend
Ret. W. A. JlECEEE.Pastor.
Key. Ewile Bakkktt, Assistant
How's This 7
We offer One Hundred iKillars Re
ward for any esse of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
F J. Chixey ACo., Toledo, O.
We the undersigned, have known
F.J. Cheney for tho last 15 years, and
oelieve bim perfectly honorable in all
Business transactions and financially
abla ic carry out any obligations made
br bis firm.
WalMxo, tCttVAV i. Mabvis,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken 'inter
ally, acting directly upon the bloed
ltd mucous surface of the system
Testimonials sent free, Prioe 75 cents
6oW - ail dua-ei-U.
A quiet dsy was recorded in tbe
district court today and the following
business was transacted:
The Provideut Mutual Ruildicg
L an An. vs Josephine Ward et al,
judgment granted plaintiff
Thomas V Winders et al, 1 Copper
Queen Mining Co,continurd for term
Houck X Dieter Co. vs George llra
vin, on replevin, judgment for plain
Louise HoJgets vs Chiricahua Cat
tle company, continued for term,
James K Delvin vs KIT a Delvin,
divorce, judgment and f 20 per month
Provident Mutual Building-Lran
A.s'n vs Mnra B Hart et al, judgment
Local Color in
The romance of the Southwest is
not all dead and there are still stories
of the range and tbe ranch to be oh
tained in Arizona. To obtain these
one does not have to go far. All that
is uece'tary is the inclination and
the time tu flud tbe people. The
human interest is there, ju-t waiticg
to be brought tn the sulfate.
In this week's edition of the Satur
day Evening Post there is an article
by George I'attulo that will be read
with interest by many in this vicin
ity, for in it are mentioned Jim Park
er and Pink Murray, two cowboys
both well known here. Their range
is over around Huachuca.
In tbe article referred to is alio
mentioned tbe V i ranch, which is
in the Babacomari country.
The Douglas Dispatch pays compli
ment to Miss Emily Multerp, a form
er Tombstone girl who is singing at
tee Airdome, and pleasing her hear
ers nightly with ber songs.
A lew minutes delay in treating
lime cases of croup, even the length
Cf time it takes to co for a doctor
may prove dangerous. The safest
way is to keen Cbamber'ain's Cough
Remedy in the house, and at the first j
muicaiiuu ui iiuu K'i .jc wu.iu
doee. Pleasant to take and !?at
cures. Sold by all dealera
Ueo. SKgh vs Ada Sligb,
Water bills become delinquent on
Monday July 10; and patrons will
govern themselves accordingly.
HUACHUCA WATER CO.
Hens lay more eggs if they have w
chance of loods. The prepared Col ton
Egg Food is a m.itureol grains, seens
and either egg pr ducing ingreatents.
Telephone Ed H.Reeves' Coal and
Feed Store, and he will send jou a
sack. Cbick food for Lit! e Chicks,
fhty Work While Tou Sletf
While your mind and body rest Czs
Carets Candy Cathartic reoair ycir
digestion, jour Kver, yc ..- bowel,
put them in perfect order Genuine
tablets stamped C C C. Never so'J
in bulk. All druggists. ioc
TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA -
Harvey Herrick Cap
tures $2000 in
also ;a $1000 "cup
Bakersfieid Event Won
By Noted Arizona
Harvey Herrick, mho wse him and
reared in Phoenix, won the free-for-all
race over trie famous China grade at
Ilakersfic'd California last Tuesday
winning $2000 in cash and the tlCCt
Tevie cup. The distance of tbe race
was 1.16 1 miles or 14 laps of the track
derrick won last year's race from I- a
Angeles to Phoenix.
jEES LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUr
RCLICVCi COUO.HS AMD COLDS
Newsy Notes From All Over Arizona
Carefully Condensed for The
Last Sunday evening William King
colored, ran amuck in eoutb Preecott
and ras arrested. Tho next day
Justice McLane gave him a ninety
dny Jail acutsccc.
Don Miguel Duran, aged 71 years,
died at St Johns the other day, he
having never recovered from the am
i, ntation of hia right foot about 11
A couple of weks ago while return,
ing Irom work one evening, and while
walking along north Cortex street,
Daivd Mo- Daniel fell to the ground
and expired. He hd lived in Pres
cottfor several years and was an
employe at tbe railroad shos there.
He was sixty-nine years of age.
The Yavapai Metals company will
put a new hoisting plant on 1U prop
erty. Tbis company is matting ore
shipment to tbe Humboldt smelter
with fine returns. Ket returns on
80,891 pounds of ore is given at $2,
Tbe new water wheel installed last
week at tbe C Y Hopkins ranch, near
Jerome, U working perfectly and is
lifting water to a height ot 21 feet,
from which point about 35 acres of
excellent seres of land surrounding
their residence, recently e'eared, is
now under cultivaticn. Tbis land
was covered with a growth of shrult
berv wLieb has taken three men two
months to clear and has required
ti& worth ol powder (or blasting.
The land is now worth, with water,
from 1 100 to $ 150 an acre.
The operations ol tbe Lee's Ferry
Placer Mining company near Lee's
Ferryjon tbe Colorado river in the
SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1911
Mrs Francis Harman is in the city
for a fortnight from Douglas on a
visit with friends.
Mrs James Barrett came iu yester
day from the Barrett Camp in tts
Dragoons, and will be here for a few
ilss visiting friends. Mrs. Barrett
stairs, that "many usw settlers are
rapidly coming, into that section and
taking up homesteads.
Forest Ranger Jones, statioaed at
the Dragoon Forest Reserve, is in the
city today accompanied by his wile.
Mr Jones stated that very little rain
has fallen in tbe vicinity of the re
serve so far this season, while over
four inches of rainfall has been re
corded in tbe Chiricahua mountains,
in the past two weeks.
Attorney J MO'Connell was among
the arriving passengers in the county
cspital last evening from Bisbee, hav
ing legal matters pending before tbe
dletrict court today.
Henry Street, general manager of
the Bonuillas Land i. Cattle company
came up from the borne ranch at
Jaitro tbis morning on a business
Charles Franklin came iu from
Tucson this morning on matters con
nected with certain mining property
in tbis district in which he is interest
Thomas Allaire, former supervisor
of Cochise county, is in Tombstone
today on business from his home al
It was announced in Tombstone
this morning that the Commonwealth
Extension Mining company will
start work on its properties next
month, the same to b3 officially or
dered at tbe directors meeting to be
held in this city sometimo this month.
extreme edge of Arizona are far raor
extensive than generally appreciated.
Tbe company is spending about $5C0,
000 in putting in machinery for the
working of placer ground of known
richness in probably tbe most remote
sections of tbe southwest, the most
available railroad station being Flag'
stair, 150, miles distant,
We are in receipt of the annual
catalogue of tbe Temps Normal
school for 1911.12. Up to date there
have been 43S graduates ol that in
stitution. In Jerome last Sunday afternoon
there was afire which damaged sev
eral residences. One, tne four room
house of Mrs J W Coleman, insured
for $100, which amount will not cover
dimsgedone. This house was occu
pled by Pilar Muoei, wife and family,
who lost all their belongings. The
second house was of ten or twelve
rooms and was insured fcr f 1000, The
third bouse was also badly damaged
Tbe Williams News insists vebe
mentlytbat "The Dam water should
Tbe Santa Fe tried two car loads ot
Greeks on track work near Williams
and abipped them back to Los An
geles tagged "n. g."
Bob Sharp, late ot Denver, has
taken a place on the staff of tbe
lively Williams News.
Tbe people of Yuma, like Tomb
stone roust now take water by meter,
by edict of tbe water company.
Yuma is consuming a carload of
watermelons daily, and the doctors
ON SAN PEDRO
Skeleton Found of, Man Who Met a
Terrible Death in Treacherous
HORSE ALSO MEETS TRAGIC FATE
Parley Lotk one of tbe ranchers on
the San Pedro river, came up tbis
morning on a business trip. During
bis stay Mr Lusk related the story of
finding the skeleton of a human beirg
near his place.
About tbise days ago he was en
gaged with several others in digging
a ditch on tbe bank of tbe river, when
his shovel came in contact with a
hard substance and upon investiga
tion it w-aa found that a perfect skele
ton, still intact, was uncovered stand
Event Planned for Hussen-Ketchel
The Tombstone Athletic Club has
completed arrangements for a grand
ball to be given at tbe Gage Hall im
mediately after tbe Husseo-Ketcbel
wrestling match on Saturday evening,
July 15. Invitalioos have been sent
out to Benson, Bisbee, Douglas, Glee
son, Courtland, Pearce and otber
points iu tbe county and a biggeet
crowds ot danco lovers seen in Tomb
stone this year is expected to be In
attendance. An orchestra of five
pieces, a comb'nstion of Tombstone
4ti.l Benson musical talent, will
furnish music for the event,
Tbe wrestling match will draw
Cochise Youth Dies From Fever Con
tracted In Insurrecto Army
Bert Parsons, eon cf Attorney A F
Parsons of Douglas, died at Douglas
yesterday after several weeks illness of
typhoid (ever contracted while in tbe
service of tbe Insurrectos across tbe
line, having enlisted with tbe com
mand ol Red Lopex. Parsons was
known by many in Tombstone, who
Under Car Wheels
A Mexican whose name was not
learned, met with a serious accident
at Benson yesterday in having hia arm
crushed by being run over by car.
Tbe unfortunate waa taken to the
county hospital at Douglas.
Melvin Swain came oyer from Bis
bee last evening on a visit with his
parents and left this morning for Los
Deputy County Treasurer Frank
Demareet bag gone to fiiebee on a
Henry Fries of Douglas is number
ed among the county seat visitors
today before tbe court.
William Butler is a Tombstone vis
itor ss a guest of Mr and Mr George
B Maier, tbe Benson merchant, is
in town today on commercial mat
ters. Jeff Milton, Immigration Inspector
at Fair bank ii in town today and
casting bis eagle eye over the .local
''Don't worT:youlcom,in 'an d
under this constitution. I'lli;make2
13 ME THAI
Is published every Sunday, and con-'
tains all the news of the week as it
appears in The Daily PaoeriOToa-
It appears that at some time or
other tbe person was crossing tho
river at that point and caught in the
luieksand and immediately sucked in.
Tbis, Mr Lusk states, is the only so
lution that can be had for tbe discov
ery. He stated further that some two
months ago a similar discovery was
made about three miles below his
place, by the finding of the perfect
skeleton of a borse, which bad evi
dently died in the same manner.
large crowde of both ladies and gentle
men from all parte of the county ar.d
to entertain tbe many visitors after
the big welterweight championship
bout tbe Club decided that a well
I conducted dance is about as enjoyable
l entertainment as could be given. A
reception committee of both ladies
and gentlemen will be selected to see
that every visitor becomes acquainted
and is royally entertained.
The E. P. AS W. will sell party
tickets from any point to Tombstone
for tare and a hall for the round trio
on this date, 10 or more in party.
will be pained to learn of his untimely
FOR SALF. CHEAP A So. 4
Smith Premier typewriter nearly ss
good as new. Apply "K"Pbc3Fectob
There are 16 saloons and three
rrholeeale liquor licenses in Phoenix
who have a monopoly on the business
in Maricopa county. At present the
supervisors cannot issue any more
licenses because ol operation cfpublia
work law withiu six mile limit.
Edgar 'Axtell returned yesterday
from Cochise Stronghold, where be
has been spending tbe past (several
District Attorney John S Williams
and Assistant, E J Flannigan, accom
panied by Court Reporter John W.
Walker left tbis morning for Bisbee
on oCcial bueineas.
Clyde Ijaros came in tbis morning
from Safford and will be Jin Tombstone
tor several weeks on a visit.
While it M often impossible to pre
vent an accident, it is never impos
si! le to be prepared it is not beyond
any one's purse. Invest 25 cents in a
bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment and
your are prepared for sprains bruises
and like injuriea. ' d by all dealer
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