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THE BISBEE DAILY REV IEW. BISBEE. ARIZOKA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1912."
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SGRRLET FEVER
5 NOW ABftTEO
Health Officer By Heroic
Method Ends Epidemic in
Neighboring Town
of Warren.
CHILDREN IN SCHOOL
The recent quarantine established by
th. county health officer against the
children ho were kept out of school
nt Warren on account of fears of
, scarlet feer entertained by the. par
' ents, has had a decided result on the
attendance. Where there were but
2S pupils In the primary room at the
Warren, school last week, them are
now 44, It Is expected that by tho
first or sometime during the early
part of next week, the fourth room
will be opened and will as formerly,
he under tho-charKe of Miss Irene
nuckett.
At the outset of the scarlet fevir
scare nearly half of the parents Ith
1 drew their children from school fo
fear of contamination, but It was
found that little discretion was ex
ercised by many of these parents
when It came to allowing their cbll
' dren to run about the streets. Time
i aftor time, it was proven that those
who attended school and were regu
larly examined by the health officer
had little to fear of infection as the
least trace was closely examined and
glen medical attention. On the o'h
. er hand, a child would return to school
after being absent for some time and
frequently show a case in Its early
stages and sometimes in an advanced
stage. These were quickly routed out
by the health officer who made daily
visits to the school for this purpose.
Prom the success obtained in hc
. above manner. Dr. Miner issued fre
quent appeals to the parents to alio?.
the children to attend school that he
might examine them and thus aid him
in checking the epidemic, but to this
the parents lent a deaf ear.
It was finally decided that the only
way left, was to take stringent means
and so the county health officer is
sued a warning placing a quarantine
on all children who were out of
school.
As a proof of his sincerity of pur
pose, ho appoluted a deputy health
officer to take up and report ail such
cases. Though this has been but a
few days ago, the results hae been
beneficial as is sbovn by the increas
ed attendance at the schools.
:.ot a new case of the feer has
been, discovered for some time past.
A Des Moines man had an attack of
muscular rheumatism In his shoulder.
j A friend advised him to go to Hot
Springs., That meant- an expense of
?lC0.0ii or more. le sought for a
quicker and cheaper way to cure it
and found it in Chamberlain's Lini
ment. Three dajs after the first ap
plication of this liniment he was well
For sale by all dealers. Advertise
ment .
"My goodness, you dont
Makes about 100 cups?
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Let's see, that's about half a cent a cup."
"And you say it's in powder, and a little over half a teaspoonful stirred in a
cup of hot water makes Postum instantly, and with a perfect flavour?"
"Well, that surely would be a comfort."
"Oh yes, some members in most every family have stomach or nervous trou
ble with coffee, and it's fine to have a snappy beverage like Postum that
i don't break down the nerves."
"I'm glad you brought to my attention this
Instant Postum
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S1EEL PLANT
FOB EL PAS
Enterprise on Foot Which
Would Cost Ten Million
Dollars and Employ Six
teen Hundred Men
ORE IN NEW MEXICO
Plans are now under way for the
erection, at Kl Paso, of a JlO.OOftOOO
steel plant- The plant will be the
largest of its kind west of the Mfs
slsslppl. More than 1600 men will
be employed, nqt Including those in
the Iron and coar mines of the com
pany, says The Times.
The plant will be built by eastern
capital. ThoBe who are interested in
the project have been working on It
for som- tlmo and the plans are now
far enough advanced to make the
schemo highly probable of consumma
tion. It Is understood that the Jones
& LauKblin Steel company, of Pitts
burg. Is the prime mover behind the
project The Jones & LaiiRhllu peo
ple aro the largest independent steel
producers In the United States and
hao extensl.e holdings la the east
The ore will bo obtained in New
Mexico near Kngle. There are sev
eral other large bodies of high grade
Iron ore available in this section At
a point rorty-elght miles north of El
Paso l'.OOO.OoO tons of hematite Iron
ore has been blocked out. The coal
for coke and fuel will also be se
cured In New Mexico.
It Is the plan of the promoters to
enter into all branches of the steel
trade. It is claimed- that steel rails
can. be made here at $19 a ton. The
rails are now soiling in the east, on
the United States Steel corporation
quotation, at $32 a ton Besides this,
the rolling mill would turn out boiler
plate and all other general steel
products.
A representative of the eastern In
terests that have the El Paso steel
i mill under contemplation arrived in
the city yesterday He has been In
El Pasf, srlth the exception of short
trips to the east for conferences, for
the past six months.
The El Paso & Southwestern rail
way made a survey for a line from
this city up the river to the locality
of the iron ore deposit during the
past jSummer. The survey was made
from Pelea, on the main line seven
miles west of El Paso. )t Is believed
this survey Is In connection with tho
erection of the contemplated steel
plant, but the officers of El Paso &
Southwestern refuse to make any
statement.
You will find that druggists every
where speak well of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. They know from
long experience in the cale of it that
in cases of coughs and colds it can
always be depended upon, and that it
is pleasant 'and safe to take. For
salo by all dealers. Advertfsement.
mean to tell me that little can
Well that's different."
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II SIGN BOARDS
EC OF ARIZONA
That Is Opinion of New York
Tourist Party En Route
to the Coast
"What Arizona needs, and needs
badly, is more sign boards and plenty
of them and better roads," said Xi, F
Huprecht of Xew Yorle clt), who with
a party of four arrived in Phoenix this
week in a big Packard "Six" on his
way to California for tip winter
"While I did not get lost', Its a
wonder," said Mr. Ruprecht to a Ga
zette reporter, 'for the sign hoards
throughout Now Jfexlco and Arizona
are so scarce that It Is next to im
possible to know which road to take
when you come to a turn. From Chi
cago to Kansas City and all throupli
the state of Kansas there are slgii
boards at every turn, and In con
sequence the traveler Ig never delajed
a minute by not knowing what road
to take At every street theie is a
sign with the name or the street
printed plainly upon it and all through
tho country tho roads are marked.
Kansas has the Lest sign system in
the country. The telegraph poles aio
put to use, colored bands being usej
to designate tho roads and directions.
They are beginning to orect KI511
boards also throughout Colorado."
The lack of sign boards In coming
through New Mexico and Arizona. Mr.
Ituprecht thinks, is the onlv drawba k
to the tourists coming west In mont
of the states he found good roads, the
worst, however, were found this side
of Albuquerque X M.
GREECE 15 NOT PARTY
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rlatlc port and concludes that "Ser
via Is willing to accept a decision, or
refer the question to the bague."
RED CROSS AIDS
WASHINGTON. D. C. Nee. 3. The
American Red Cross forwarded to
day $1,000 to the International uu
reau for the aid of war prisoners at
Belgrade. Senia. in the Balkan re
lief work.
DISCUSS NEW MILITIA PLAN
NORFOLK. Vn. Dec, 3. Several
hundred delegates, representing near
ly every state of the Union, are here
to attend the annual convention of the
National Guard asociation During the
three dajs seiou the chief subjec of
consideration will be the plans recent
ly announced by the war department
for the arrangement of tho organized
mll.tla into twelve tactical divisions
with a view of perfecting the "state
of preparedness for an orderly and
effective mobilization of the state
troops in the event of war
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costs Fifty Cents?"
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Thanks."
R0YSL
BAKING
POWDER
AbsoIutelyPure
From a series of elaborate chemical tests.
Comparative digestibility of food
uiAw wim uuiereiit ucusing powuers:
An equal quantity of bread (biscuit)
was made with each of three differ
ent kinds of baking powder cream
of, tartar, phosphate, and alum and
submitted separately to the action
of the digestive fluid, each for the
same length of time.
iThe percentage of the food digested
is shown as follows':"
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Bi-ead made with Royal
Cream of Tartar Powder:
99 Per Cent
Bread made with
phosphate powder:
j 67K Per Cent Digttd
Bread ' made with
alum powder:
I 67 Per Cent Digested I
;Toyal Baking powder raised food
is"shown to be of greatly superior
digestibility and'healthfulness.
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Metropolis of Northern Part
of County Surrounded by
Activity in Agricultur
al Development.
FARMERS TCMtfEET
FOR CONFERENCE
WILLCOX, Dec 3 Willcox and
vicinity recelwil eleven prizes at the
Dry Farming congrrss at Lethbridge.
Alberta. Cinada (Tliis is remarkable
from the fact that dry farming has
been practiced but a couple or years
In this section. In fact It is a mere
experiment. It shows what can be
accomplished in this line, .vhen thl3
method of farming is !King followed
Rjstematicajly nnd the moat approved
methods followed
Several irrigation plants will be put
In the valley again next spring. Year
by year the pumping plants are mul
tiplying. Those who have a good pump
ing plant are now on the road to own
ing a valuable farm within a few
years.
The publicity club met Wednesday
evening and in golnr over their re
Port it was found that from 'the 1st
of November up to that day 2.".2 in
quiries had been received through the
mails, and answered. This club has Is
sued a very credible pamphlet which
is mailed to all parties inquiring The
booklet states briefly the conditions
here and answers all partinent ques
tions. Quite a numVr of people have
signified theirlntentlon of commg
here after the haildajs to investigate
this section.
The farmers vill hold a meeting on
the -7th of December to discuss vari
ous subjects ofinterx'St to them the
coming season,' anila better organ
ize for their mutual benefit, and proa
pcrity.
The Southern Pacific demonstration
train, which Is being conducted joint
ly by the experiment station and tua
Southern Pacific railroad, will be. here
on the 12th of December. It is hoped
that the farmers all over this section
will be present to'take in the lecture
and inspect tho machinery and other
labor and profit saving devices which I
this tram carries,
Cattle shipping which has .been go-
lng on intermittently for about two
months is about over. Many thousand
have been sent to the various mar
kets, principally to the coast.
Thanksgiving was-1 spent quietly.
Several dinner parties were given,
where old time friends and acquaint
ances met and enjoyed a social iise.
In the evening the young pcdple gave
a ball at Norton's Hall.
Worth ,tbejCoeL
Pierre Ir.urent,,ln Paris, had bis
wom-out stomach removed, and tho
stomach of an ape -was successfully
substituted. The operation may, have
been costly, but he can easily save
the price by dieting on peanuts and
Insects.
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MESSAGE SENT 10
CONGRESS NT TAFT
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st!titdeuthorliy. and tho exertion
of every effort to protect American
Interests."
Other paragraphs of the message
point to tho increase of American
domestic exports by 200,000.000 dur
ing the past ear, making the great
est total ever known, $2,200,000,000.
to the -agricultural credit system
which he thoroughly Indorsed, to the,
"probable necessity of an amendment
of the fur seal act to peimit limiting
killing of seals;,' to a meeting of tha
arbitrators in Washington next year
to adjust the pecuniar' claim - be
tween Great Britain and America, to
negotiations with 'Mexico for the dls,
iribution of the waters of the Colo
rado river in the Imperial valley sec
tion; and to the financial rehabilita
tion of Liberia.
There is merely historical reference
to the Chines revolution; to the San
Domlngan troubles, the rebelllou In
Cuba and the Balkan war develop
ment:, in which it is said the United
States Is not involved.
The message concludes . with an
earnest appeal to congress to co-operate
with the executive in its efforts
to apply the old principles of diplom
acy which have governed the coun
try, to the momentuous new situa
tions of today, when America flnd3 it
sell at the threshold of her middX:
age as a natiqn: "too mature to con
tinue in its foreign relations of those
temporary expedients natural to a
coplc to whom domestic affairs aro
the sole concern."
Was Welcome, All Right,
"What reason have you to think
that my campaign contribution was
gratefully recelTedf asked Mr Uus
tln Star. "The, fact,? replied his Sec
retary, "that the gentleman Immedi
ately came bark for rrora." Washing
ton Star
IF
S TOUR PRIDE,
USE RERPIGIDE
A feeling of uncertainty, a dread of
I Dossiblo disappointment always coes
wi,h -nfr vran,r h.ir nrMinn
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a ls P8 ot Pnao, Just as
much so as the label on the bottle.
( - You don't get this with a bottle of
Aewcros Herplcldo. It is not an ex
perimenL You number among your ac
quaintances and friends hundreds who
have used Herpicide with satisfaction,
and you kno'wr that you can do the
same. The results are always positive,
always right.
Newbro's Herpicide kills the dan
druff.germ and stops falling hair.
N'ewbro's Herpicide in 50c and $1.06
sizes is sold by all dealers -who guar,
antee It to do all that Is claimed.- It
you are not .satisfied your money will
be refunded. v
- Send 10c in jcstae for sample and
booklet to The? Herpicide Co., DepL
1L, Detroit. Mien.
.Applications obtained at the test
barber shops. AdvertUement 267
L. J. c.OVER LOCK I
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'"B R O K E R
Connecting vith Logan & Bryan
Private Wire System at Denver
CORRESPONDENTS: Pain Web
ber & Co., Doe ton and Calumet.
Logan & Bryan, Chicago and New
York.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN COPPER STOCK
Coal Must be Getting Low
About this Umo Isn't It? Bet-'
ter have us put you in your sup
ply right novy. Thea you'll have
that oft yournrlnVrany way.
Coal doesn't spoil and you havo
got to get it 6oo"ner or Jater
So why not order'ijovfcan'a thus
be prepared for liny emergency
Oak chunks. Juniper and Oak,
wood, any lengths, chicken feed
a specialty
DIsbce Telephone 215
Lowell Tc'ephone 120
Independent Fuel
Office Main St,
COPPER QUEEN HOTEL
I andnHigh Class Cafe
, , .EUROPEAN PLAN
Special $1.00 Table d'Hote Dinner From S;30 to 8 p. m.
Reg lar SOc Luncheon DaUy HENRY P0PPEN, Manage
List Youii Property
For Quick
H
ogajri
Real Estate
Phone 10.
Bisbec Lumber Company, Inc
WHOLESALE AND RETAM JEALER8 IN OREGON AND
TEXAS PINE, REDWOOD 8MtNGt.ES, MOULDINGS, BUILDERS
HARDWARE, DOORS AND A?HS OF ALL KINDS, MINING
TIMBERS AND WEDGES, CARLOAD LOTS A 8PECIALTY.
TELEPHONE L-12J EMIL MARKS, Manager
Pal ace Livery
and Undertaking Co.
Bowen 4 Hubbard. Proprietors
AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE
Phone Phone
Bltbee 23 Lowell 7
Ted Gidley
Musical Director Orpheum
TEACHER OF
Violin and Piano
Studio - Lockie House
107 School Hill. Telephone 42T
CHICHESTER S PILLS
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sold by druggists EiIrywoe j
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& Feed Company
Opp. Palace Stables
Sales With
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bjtctcU
and Fire Insurance
Main Stree
Build The
New House Rightt
T.se our cement for foundation
work and your home will stand
the test of time. We can fur
nish anything in the lumber
line from a shingle up, and re
member If it comes from this
yard you get the best
HENDERSON
WATKINS
Lumber Go,
THE ARIZONA AND NEW
MEXICO RAILROAD CO.
PASSENGER SERVICE
7 35 a. m Lv Clifton art 4-03 p. m.
8 15 a. m Lv Guthrie Lv 3 30 p. m.
I 9 00 a. m. Lv Dun-an Lv 2:3C p. m.
10 23 a. m Lv LordeMirg Lv 1:33 P.m.
! 11 30 a m. Ar Hacbita Lv 12:10 p. m.
South bound train connects with
' Southern Pacific west bound train
I No. 1, leaving Lordeburg 10:57 a. m.,
I Mountain Tim?.
South bound train connects with HI
Paso & Southwestern east, bound
tra.n for El Paso, leaving Hachlta at
11 52 a. m., Mountain Time, and
with west bound train for Douglas
and BIsbeo, leaving lUchita at 11:59
a m.. Mountain Time.
IL K. MINSON.
Clifton, Ari. General Passenger Agent
O. K. LIVERY and
UNDERTAKING Co.
ROBERT HENNESSY. Prop
Phone If.. Op. Depot Ambul&nee
1 THE SHATTUCK
AGENTS
ANHEUSER
BUSCH BEER
SQUIRREL
WHISKY
PHONE 242
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