City Briefs, 1910

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City Briefs, 1910 - City Briefs Heldel Hotel Arrivals: 1)W. M....
City Briefs Heldel Hotel Arrivals: 1)W. M. Conway, El Paso, Texas; c J. Berg, Tucson: S. Carter, San rrnncisco, v.-n.. v.-n.. v.-n.. vuser, ausuui u.i jl. Hunctus, Portland, F. E. Lloyd, Auburn, Ala., W. H. Stay ton, X. Y.. ! city; , Teodora Olea, Phoenix, John M. Goodwin. Granite S. C, Leo Reed Douglas; J. P. Deatrick. Tucson, H.f a nieff. DouKlas. Frank II. Ohiistoii ' tMs Angeles, WI. . P. Andrews, Red Oak. Iowa; Louis M. Call, Los Angles; Angles; Jas. Johnson, Patagona; Gerald Gerald W; Smith, Cincinnati, 0.; H. E. Brandt, Camp Madera; Max Shlppel tnen Mcee Germany; J, R. Walte, Iienson, John J.V Slater, 'Madera Camp. , ': , ", Hotel Orndorff Arrivals. S. Johnson. S. P. Cone, Benson: K. 0. Dawson, Batarla N. y G. R.- R.- Ijiw-icnce, Ijiw-icnce, Ijiw-icnce, Merced; Lawrence Morris, 1, 'iios, 'Mich.; J. Ennis. M. D. Scott, lUsuoe; D. H. McClintock, Phoeulx; Mark Hicks, Gllobe; Courad Smith, P. ttle iCreek, Mich.; Howard Sten-sen. Sten-sen. Sten-sen. Milwaukee: W. II. Bearson. Ban Fianclsco; J. II. Benson .New York; j U Lloyd Hiuton and wife. Tombstone! i.oufB Roberta and wife, El Paso; X. W. Smith, Mammouth; Angel Virgil and wife, John Brown and wife. Vail Station; G. J. Baxter, Twin Buttes; J. L. Barney, P. E. Hager and wife, xmb Angeles: P. J. Peters and wife. Ixirdsburg, Paul Burns, J. p. clay, &lgar Boyle, Casa Grande; Myron r.yje and wife Oracle. New Store Opened. . A second hand furniture store has just been opened by H. E. Wurbbach at 240 East Broadway, under the title The Arizona Furniture store. C. M. Shannon Here. C. M. Shannon .well known In this city, is here for a short stay. . From Washington, D, C. G. D. Galligher of Washington, D. Ct, is a visitor in the city for a couple of months, as the guest of L. C. Hardy. Mr. Galligher Is travelling through the west. To Build New' Cottages. P. N. Jacobus has started two new brick cottages on the Indian School tract. Returns From Mexico. ' R. S. Bennet, a nephew of L. F. laeger, has returned from' Mexico, where he ha been working for several several months with the Mexican Railway lines. To Visit at the Springs, "Ji! Rossi aud Diego Valencia left Inst evening - for -Sentinel -Sentinel - Hotel Springs for a few weeks visit. ftuaat. r- r- ft,.:.... At an early hour this Morning, the resident guests of the Santa Rita will be taken to Sabino canyon, where they will spend the day, the guests of Mr. aud Mrs. iaeger. Goes to San Francisco. Judge Blenman left last evening for Sun Francisco. He will be gone about ten days. ; J. F. Barker Leaves. J. F. Barker, of the firm, of "Barker "Barker and Warren",. left on No. 1 yesterday yesterday for California on a business and pleasure trip. Mrs. Cooper Leaves. ; ' Mrs. John Cooper .who has been spending the winter: with her son, Judge Cooper, of this city, has returned returned to her home m Indianapolis. . Goes to Denysr. , . :,. ,; , , , J. A. Highland, who has been spending spending the winter here has returned to Denver for the summer months. To Live in Albuquerque. Mr. aud Mrs. A. Dempwolf of this city, have gone to Albuquerque, where they will remain permanently. Mining Men Here. Frank J. Sibley and R. Roy Sibley, prominent mining men from Copper Creek, are in the city stopping at the Santa Rita. . i ,

Clipped from Arizona Daily Star08 Mar 1910, TuePage 7

Arizona Daily Star (Tucson, Arizona)08 Mar 1910, TuePage 7
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