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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 9 March 1901

mi ij m twjnj ShU" s i THE COOHISE REVIEW SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1901 5 1MIOFKSSONAL Tif I t b' J a It. P-,' "r i I TERRITORIAL A) NEWSl Interesting Items Culled From Our Ezchange List X Arizona Local Events 'A ASdA AAAAA AdAd ? 5 rjj 5 5 j?S JS JP - 9 ?2 S V Cochise County Locals. D. Lemon, of Willcox, will have charge or Soto Bros', new store ut Co chise. Several good claims are being worked in the Chiricahua mountains, twenty- live miles south of San Simon. ' Thomas . Cllatman is the hustling J merchant at Dos Cabezas. Thomas and Jepp Ryan came in from I the Rvan Bros.. McKittrick, To vis! mining properties Wednesday. We understand that they have made a good striko recently and will tako up the bond they have on them and start working them on a large scale. Range News. Schwertner & Speed, saloon men at Willcox, have dissolved partnership, Tho now firm is Speed & Duncan. H. B. Williams underwent a surgical operation for lupus Sunday at Willcox. Mr. Williams is recently from Mi...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 9 March 1901

?WFrmpftrtr,rwr-i,'rTmHmm 9 r I-' THE COCHISE REVIEW, SATURDAY, MARCH 9, i90i ALVORD AGAIN. He Visits Old Haunts and Steals Horses. Was Near Tombstone. The Outlaw Returns Presumably to Recover Buried Treasure. A sonsation was created in Tomb stono Wednesday when it became known that that section had been visi ted by no less distinguished personage than Burt Alvord, the much-wanted ex-constable, train-robber and jail- breaker. According to reliable information received by tho Prospector, Alvord and a Yaqui Indian wore at tho Warren ranch in Sulphur Spring Valloy, near Pearce, on Sunday. This ranch is the ono formerly owned by Alvord. The only occupant of the ranch at the time of tho visitation of tho outlaw was Frank Swink. Alvord domanded sup per, saying ho was hungry and he and the Yaqui Indian enjoyed a hearty meal. A little later the two loft, warning Swink not to leave the place or divulge their whereabouts. The two returned tho next evening and af ter eating another supper, pro...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 9 March 1901

fc STj'V wtz it . ti'ti ? ; V COCHISE KEVIEW : SATURDAY EVENING. MARCH 9. 1901 V r if 1 HE TRIED TO GRAB. BISBEE BRANDING. Thomas A. Tate Makes a Peculiar Mining Location. Last Monday morning tho residents of Bisbee, ptii'tlcuUirly tho-c owning property on Main stioot, were thrown into a flutter of excitomont on learning that Thomas A. Tate hud made a min irg location on the ground whioh had bo n covered by tho building burned last May, and lying immediately west of the Norton house, and had a man at work digging there. Although monu ments had not been put up nor lines r in, it was presumed that it was M Tate's intention to claim, under his lo cation, all the valuable ground to the east of tho point where he had put tho man to work up to tho company's pat ented ground. This laud is owned by various parties and is co reivd by busi ness buildings bringing in good rents. Tho land on which the location notice was posted and tho man was working is owned by B. G. Norton, an old and re spe...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 9 March 1901

V -', COCHISE REVIEW : SATUIXDAX LTLNING. MARCH 9. 11 , m .IKCi: & ARIZONA'S ODE. Sung at the Capitol Building in Phoenix Last Monday Evening. At tho dedication of the capitol building fit Phoonix last week a nota blo featuro of tho evening's program was tho rendition of Arizona's first ode, composed by Mrs. Elsie R. Averill, of the Normal School at Tempe, with muslo by Mrs. Frank Cox of Phoenix, sistor of the author. Tho legislature is inclined to make it tho ofllcial ode of the territory. Following is a truo copy: HAIL TO ARIZONA, THE SUN KISSED land! O, Arizona, sun-kissed land, Thy day of birth i9 near at hand: Upon thy mountains' rugged crest, Thy native sons still call thee blest; Within thy valleys' broad domain, In love, thy fostor children reign; Fair land of gold and sunny peace, Of flower and vine and rich increase, Of cloud-kissed hills and wooded wold, Of countless mines and wealth untold. chorus: Hail! all hail to Arizona! Sound hor praise from sea to sea! Land of ...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
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