King Solomon 5 TL
402 E. Fremont Street
P.O. Box 785
Tombstone, AZ 85638
Stated Meetings are held
1st Monday - 7:00 PM
Greg Myers 3°
Helldorado Days, started in 1929 to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of Tombstone. The Tombstone Epitaph newspaper stated that - by staging historic reenactments, bringing’ back pioneers of the day, exhibiting artifacts of the day against the backdrop of Tombstone, “the show will be Tombstone.” Helldorado Days takes place on the 3rd complete weekend of October and is currently sponsored by Helldorado, Inc. whose membership is composed of residents in Cochise County.
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WIN THIS HENRY AT HELLDORADO
Win a Henry "American Eagle" .22 cal. Lever Action
Tickets are $ 5.00 each or 6 for $ 20.00
Lucky winner to be drawn on Sunday, October 20, 2019
Tickets available at: Smoke Signals
409 E. Allen Street
Tombstone, Arizona or email to
Rifle courtesy of Henry Repeating Arms Company
The Mayor of Tombstone, the honorable DUSTY ESCAPULE, granted permission to occupy the corner of 4th & Allen Street during Helldorado with a Freemasonry Informational booth. We ask ANY Freemason interested, to join us at the booth to help promote Freemasonry to the folks of Cochise County.
The following have annouced their intent for the upcoming elections.
W.M. - Gregory Covel
S.W. - Dan Kilpatrick
J.W. - Raleigh Croghan
Bro. Greg Myers 3° - WB Ed Kelly 3° - WB Gregory Covel 3° - Bro. Kip Coryea 3°
not pictured - Bro. Spike Fortier 3° - Bro. Chris Dougls 3°
MASONS IN THE PARK
What do the Freemasons do?
photo courtesy of Bro. Chris Douglas 3°
A Short Observation On The Bemoaning Of The Craft
A Freemason prepared the bodies of
Billy Clanton, Tom and Frank McLaury
A Freemason built Schieffelin Hall
A Freemason began the oldest continually published newspaper in Arizona
A Freemason was the architect of the County Courthouse
A Freemason was the first
Mayor of Tombstone.
A Freemason designed the St. Paul's Episcopal Church & more recently assisted with its maintenance
Just a few examples of what Freemasons have done in Tombstone.
You are invited to meet "Masons in the Park" every Friday morning at the City Park in Tombstone, Az.
They have "secrets" to share
Look for the Freemasonry Informational Booth at the corner of 4th & Allen Streets during "Helldorado Days" weekend.
A Freemason decided who was responsible for the "Gunfight at the OK Corral"