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IY WILL BUY
To Own Equipment Will Be
- Great Saving and Enable
the Laying of Roads That
tWill Need Less Repair.
BY LATER METHODS
Kor the iurQsc of saving money In
road construction, the board of au
lervsors ate contemplating tho pur
chase of a road building outfit and
will advertise for the machinery re
quired. This is following out an in
tent expressed some montins sime
when it was stated that the board
would probably make such purchases
after the first of the year. It Is like
ly, however, that they will purchase
a more extensive outfit than was at
Experienced road builders state that
with' proper machiner) , such' as it is
proposed to purchase for Cochis?
county, the saving of cost of road
making in a year wilj pay the cost
of tho outfit. It has been found ex
pensive to build roads with the equip
ment which the country now has and
It is believed that not only will there
be the saving on the completing of I
now work cut that the improved
roads that will result f;om the use o:
uch machinery will require much less
Vepalr work tban have roads con
structed in the past.
At the January meeting of the board
11. W. Wylie. representing the West
em Wheel Scraper company was be
fore the supervisors. He stated at
Hie outset that he knew that he could
not sell them then and thero and that
they would have to advertise for bjd.
Then ho described what he thought
t.he county would require. The pre
paration of the advertisement for
bids followed hisblds followed bis talk
Mr. Vyl;e, - ii 'e showing on
mles to be obfiint-l bv prt-ier n.a
fhiuiTv showed oi'.iei economy in
tli-t vay of build i-.r ci-crete c'J'v-ri.-.
Thi- use of met?, culverts, es'ycialb
en ihe Ui-'-ee Don,!:.:: liu.; of ti
ct. iv highway has i ot ei sjusiac
(cry. Mr. vj lie s mwi-d the oonrd
tew an eishtfoo nncrero ciilvcr.
.. .t . Installed s.'. Ie-- st than a
than a 48 inch metal culvert and be
much more permanent. He also took
with them and with County Engineer
J. S. McXeisb ecconomies in bridge
Mr. Wylie is now in Bisbee and
speaking of the treatment accorded
2tim by the board he said: "I have
been with my company for twenty
four years and have traveled in ever
state of the union except four o' the
New Kngland states. I have been 'be
fore many county officials but I must
say that I have never been so court
eously treated as 1 .have been by Co
chiso count? officials. I like the 1-po-ne
of this countv and of this city
and I shall carr wa recollections
that will remain with me."
Until bids and '-recifications hare
been received and acted on by the
supervisors the amount to be expend
ed cannot be definitely stated but It
(Is expected that the cost will be
somewhere in the neighborhood of
GLOBE TEACHERS ABE
Pass Resolution Against Free
Books Being Retained
OI.OBE. Jan. 3. At the Teacher's
Institute last week, a committee a
pointed by the teachers, consisting
of Miss .Nowltt, Miss lice Curnow
and Miss Zoella Perrigo were request
ed to draw up resolutions relative :o
the new text book law. which resolu
tion Is to be presented to the Gila
county senators and representaties
In the Arizona' legislature, 3 cop to
go to Superintendent Howard, the
Oila county hoard of supervisors and
Blacks $4.00 per box
Wine Saps $3.25 per Box
Ganos $2.90 per Box
Ben Davis per Box $2.50
"The Pure Food Grocer"
Will Spend Ten Thousand
Dollars on Highway Be
tween Tucson and the
Boundary Line of
WILL MAKE GOOD ROAD
PHOUNIX, Jau. 3. Pima county
will spend during the course of the
next three months her entire appor
tionment for good roads on that sec
tion of the state highway east of the
city ofTvc3cn. Tills was decided on
at a meeting held Monday in the Old
Pueblo be.twetn State Engineer Ia
nuir Cobb, State Superintendent of
Itoad Construction John Barlow and
the members of the board of super
Ivors for I'lmi. county.
In order to get a thorough grasp
on the situation a trip in automobile
was taken from Tucson to tbe Co-
chlEe-Hma county line. The gentle
men who participated In the confer
ence went on the trip, and It was
decided by the Judicious expenditure
of S10.000 the state highway in that
section couiu ue put in uie urai puo - i
MM. shape, making it into a magn.fl-
cent pnr.anBn highway.
These operations while conducted
a the expense of the county under
th legislation i-assed at the first
session o ftne Arizona legislature
muse te done under the supervision, snould reaUv be statewide and not)
of the state engineer. In order to ob- manased D the business men of am I
tain the best possible results, EngiJ-lone cy gu"ch zs nas all too frequeir
er loco, wno nas iouuu u imbues.-
ble to five his personal attention to
road building alone as well as to at
tend to all the other branches of the
activities of his uuice, secured the
cervices of Engineer John Barlow us
road builder. Mr. Barlow has had a
great deal o fexperience in road
building and is an engineer of large
capacity. While yet a young man. he
is a member of the American Socieu
of Civil Engineers and was chief of.
construction on the recent extension
of the El Paso and Southwestern sys-'
tem from El Paso to Tucson. In ad
dition to this be has constructed many
miles of road, both in Arizona and.
Mexico mining districts.
While away on this trip Messrs
Cobb and Barlow inspected the newly
constructed portion of the state high-
way from Higley to Florence, wnicn ttlc b'.r.-.l.iig up jf a manuf j.Ij-u,
has been built with Kroavlct labor. I jnj tJUin!jrcial busiuers 1m the Aii
Mr. Cobb says that this part of Ule Toa& tl-.te p.-ioon by Louli V. By
road will after a rain or two be in tinge, with whot,e portra't . 1 1 ic
splendid shape ana will be equal to tures oi articles manulacture.! the
almost any section of highway In the article is i'lustrated.
UNGLE SAM" IS
Indiana Postoffice Is Con
fronted with One Thou
sand Bricks Under
Postmaster Cassidy has received a
Clipping fro fJarv Ind.. which shows
ibat the new parce's ist in one case
at least, nas put i ncie sm m i--position
of becoming a hod carried.
According to the story, a firm of
liick manufacturers at Oary decided
that their customers could ge a bet
tei ideu of the bricks that were btin,;
manufactured if they rt-ceived sam
,le So the company set tu work
and carefully wrapped, for raalliiij,
through the parcels post, 10UO bricks
Ml the requirements of the parcels
lot regulation were complied with
and. of course the postmaster had to
accept the sbtpmtru. When the wag
ons carrying the bricks arrived the
ostmaster and his chief clerk began
unloadir.g them, but they gave out
nfter two hours' labor and a force of
clerks had to finish the Job.
a cop; published.
The resolutions drawn up by the
committee are as follows:
. Whereas, House BUI No.. iage
3:1 session laws, first legislature, en
titled an "Act lo nrorlde Free Text 1
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' UOOks to be usea Dy couaren auerw
mg the free schools of the state of
Arizona passed and adopted by the
i first state legislature of the state of
Arzona and signed by the governor
of the stato of Arizona, May IS, 1912,
' Whereas Section No. 10 of said Bill
pro ides that on the completion of the
. course of study by psplls. coverlBS
the ctihtortji for which the said text
books are used, the said text books
; shall become the property of said
Whereas the expense to the state
' thus occasioned, by the loss of state
(property will laear as Increased tax
' at'.on, which by proper means of fara
' igation. all danger of contractus :n-
fectloos. tubucaUr and such kindred
j diseases by reason of the further use
( of said text book are obviated, there-
fore be it
I Resolved that section No. 16 of
, said bHI be ameaded so as its in
tent and purpose shall he construed
land rejd as follows: Provided furth
, er. that when a pupil, to whom text
books have been loaned, has complet
j ed the course of study covering the
subjects for whteh said text books are
' used, the said text books shall again
revert to and become the,rpiieTly of
the state. ; srovMe.' f srtherijbaifcart
UrfrelAirW fuSiJgatkm laljwaylbe
'Vpsrrlbod Itf 6e ptate (board -of
i health) of said text hooks, the said
' text books rosy again be loaned to
j pupils attending the free schools of
lue state and be continued in we.
ATJCH CmiNOV. .
ZOELLA PHHIUGO. . .
DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE.
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NEW MEXICO AFTER
ARIZONA FAIR METHOD
Neighbor State Wants a Fair
That Is Not Purely
a Local One
That New Mexico has at last tak
eu a tumble to the fact that one
city, one county or one community
can not run a state fair successful
ly, is evidenced by the fact that
tber Is much agitation In the east
ern state at the present time to place
the fair in the hands of a commis
sion. To that end. data will be se-
) cured from Arizona on the way this
state operates Its fair. The follow
ing taken from the Albuquerque
Morning Journal, is self explanatory.
There is to be an effort made ut
he coming session of the legislature
;o secure an appropriation for the
establishment and maintenance cf
o real state fair which shall be sup
ported by this state. In order to
properly submit data and Information
regarding this subject to the legisla
te e when It meets. President D. K.
Sellers has commenced an Investiga
tion into the methods and manage
ment of the Arizona state fair.
"Colonel Sellers yesterday wrote
Harry Welsh, secretary of the lload
of Trade of Phoenix, for all informa
tion relative to the organization of
the Arizona fair and the metuods o:
- - - ,, ,mi th fair
.too ig of rs. -nMngther
E .he will use It in preparing
J M be submlt,ed to th -
f on halt of a somewhit
orsanliati0n for New Mexico
. , , .hn. Ktate fai.
j been ,he case wltn 8tait. raire oi
. the past, despite the strenuous
forts of Albuquerque to make the ex
i position really a statewide one
A $5,000 BUSINESS
Technical World Magazine
Describes Enterprise of
Eytinge; rhe Murderer.
The Jnnuaiy number of the " c-ii-
njcal Woild Magazine thus Jetcribes
I A business wnicn pays .wu u jrai
is conducted out in Arizona under
circumstances that are prouaoi
unique. A convict. Louis . tytlngrf.
serlng a H'e sentence in the stale
prison at Florence, is the 'foundei
and manager of the concern, and a
largo number of his fellow prisoners
! are the workers and profit sharers.
Many of these convicts are former
cowboys of the range, who, when t-t
'large, found solace for the evenings
about the camp Tire in weaving an.l
bi aiding little trinkets of horsehair.
liat bands, watch fobs ana mains,
i and even elaborate bridles and stout
reutas. are made li tneir cievi-r
fingers, and when contrasting colors
of horsehair are used, the effect is
This art is now taught to the con
victs in Arizona, and after their dav's
work for the state is done they are
at liberty to make and sell these
things for their own profit. Kor
many years this custom was followed,
tho sales being made a few cents
worth at a time to such visitors as
happened to enter the prison, but it
was the capable and business like
Eytinge who made ' a steady and
pi ofi table business out of this amuse
ment. First he developed a mail or
der business, selling direct to people
interested in such curios, but finding
that this market was limited, he has
developed a wholesale trade, dealing
with the proprieto.s of curio and no
This Increased the volume of busi
ness very greatly and was followed
by a lactory-like standardization of
the output. Business stationery was
printed, bearing the add. ess "Box B,
Determination Wins .Wish oi
Man Who Was Crossed
in His Love
EPERNAY. France. Jan A N.
Year's suicide of extraordinary char
acter was committed here late la.-t j
nleht by Gaeten Valflrn, a workman. ,
a?ed 26. who had been disappointed in ,
love. Valflrn first placed a aynaroi-e
cartridge on his breast and caused it
to explode frightfully burning him
but not being mortally hurt. Then
he stabbed himself twice over the
heart. Still able to walk he remark
ed to neighbors who rushed In "1
started to kill myself and bow I am 30
Ing to finish it," thereupon he placed
another dynamite cartridge In nl
mouth) lighted a fuse and walked
away awaiting the explosion which
tore his head to fragments.
As It Is the custom of all Savings
IUnka.-to j:redlt-jnt.erest o,n sayidgi
aecouhtVpnanuarj'St. itu may
desiro to transfer' your "funds nearer
home If' so, the Bank' of Bisbee
will .accept yonr account upq Jaau
T 6th and allow Satcrast' f rom Jan.
4 PER CENT.
THK BANK OP IHSBHB.
. -ii ii
WILL BE A. BIG YEAR.
And the demand for watch e. diamo-ids and jewelry
will be in grea'er demand thtm ier. The store of I'Ual
ity and the right pneeg.
Hugo B. Hot h n x,-e Ciy" at Orj.'
PAVING SUBWAY ;
Will Be Considered at Meet
ing to Be Held on Next
The question of naving Subway
street will come up at, the tegular
meeting of the city council, to be
held on Tuesday night It is expected
that work on the paving of the street
v. ill beg'n sometime durinr the pres
The paving of Sub ay stn-et ha-
long been needed The butM.ns
along the street keep the sun trum
it and for this reason, atte,- a nn
or rain, the street remain?, jn.id'.v
long after-the other unpavvd str i
have dried up. Being in (be center
of the citv the mud is also ca.ried
by wagon onto the p.nel urtct-.
The btreet will be paved I'll I r". '.
with a cement l.ase. lioles li.ne u
cently been dug :n the street to as
certain whether ail th-- old sii'-w.in
timbers were removed am! it ha- l.een
found that most of them have. The
paving will extend from the end if
the paving of th plaza to a point i
the rear of the Bi-bee ;iunk bull.iiti':
It is estimated that the cost of pav
ing the street w'll be about l.'iii'iu.
NOTICE WOODMAN CIRCLE
All members are rentieuted 10 meet
at Medtgovleh Hal. at 1 p. m. today
(Jan. 4. to attend the fnr.eral of H. H
Memsath. bnsband of our 8iter K
llemsath r order o Guardian.
470 MAC McDONAI.U.
WEDDING IN ARMY CIRCLES
WASHINGTON. D. C. Jan. 3. Tl
fachlonabls St John's cbnrch was th
scene of the rs: military wading of
tht vear this afternoon. lwn Mist,
Frances Hodses. dauebtw- of Col. Har
ry, p. Hodges. V. S. A. and Mr-.
Hodges, became tb bride of Lieut
Albrt H cher. of the ensineerine
rorirf! of the arm:- The be" rnn an!
usbers were ill brorbr oficer of the
l).-iiI.'BrMiui whi'" 'learly ail of th.
Iride' mt. u-:-it.'h 'err .laiittrt- of
iromii-m .uri (.fT.o-r- K.tloini
the (.priiiKii a' '"' ' ii'i'" b 'I'-'" "'
a r-Mt" the ' i" r ihe l.t-i
!-arent i-- " "S-J' !' !
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THE most reliable lantern for farm use
is the RAYO. It is made of the best ma
terials, so that it is strong and durable
without being heavy and awkward.
i IUgivos a deasistronfc light.. Is easy tp.Iight and rewkk.
?. lltVofi't blow-out', won't leak"; and worA'smefce. f It is
il"W) WW" fcW., ..,..-
an export-made lantern.
sizes. There is a RAYO
At Dealers Everywhere
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
r l " l
- jr T' euer. Vondiy. Jan. 6.
l) lFti l.K
"i..-- ni'-et p-iriptlv at Ka:r hai
n ! '! o clock this afternoon
to . tieiiu the fun'Tdl of Sover- ii?ti II
I! Hem sat h to be he'o iroin tho
O. B. THOMAS. C C
C N. THOMS, lerk
.'.n exirtTieiioed marker ami d:s
tribmor. man or woman. Applv ,i
unce. Quefii Lajr.dr' l,erti
lady Baltimore Cake
Tbe Most Popular Cake This Season
Cy Mi s. Janet .!. Kenzie Hill, Editor oj .
the Aji'Uoii Looting Zxioul Magazine
This is consiiler (1 by many co"V:ng
.autl.ontics the xini. t cuke that cm be .
made, though iu r&ility it is not at all
Ii C twit Ulllaiorn Cola '
C'u c.ip bnftii; -' ms grcrulatrd
su? i : 1 i up Villi. I iiapoonjul ru
watt t , 3 xz i up Jioui : 3 Irvel U a- fjon- :
litis A' c" Sating 'ou.dt.i; uhlhj of 6 !
Cream the better and lieat in the sugar
gradually. Si(t together, tllree tiuie-i, I
the flour ami baking powder, an.l a-i-1 J
to the butter and sugar, alternately with
the milk ami rose water. La-.tl, ail-! '
theeggv.hitcs. Baku in three-laver cake I
pans. Put the knef together with the I
following fro-iting. '
tiort Yhc ciLc is n Inrce o-a and tH at
VTatacon tichauLd fut Jl.50.
Froslln for Lady Baltimore Cuke
1 7 V ct icam.'ltr-J l,'.!!- .vfifiit '
uu : h '. 7 ct ili"t t tarn I
CB0ihvMU Hht-ttualt; J Jits cm w ;ktr iltet .
?tir the sngar S:nl wati-r until the
ni;ar is thsulvct, then lrt liuil w ithoot
stunng nutil the syrup from a spoon
' will spin a long thread: pour upon the
whin of the egg, twatea dry, beating
const intlv meanwhile. Continue the
ln-.tin until the fronting is coli; add
tht. fruit ami snrt-ail limjU the cakf .
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Made' in vartoes styles and
for every requjrenwnt,
We appreciate you and al
ways endeavor to merit
your kind patronage: pre
senting the best; pictures,
the clearest projection, and
i;ood music, amid clean,
sanirarv and desirable con
ditions. We want you to come and see
our show Come once and you
will lx a steady patron.
Always A Good Show.
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The Home of
TtThat International Success
A Master Scenic Production.
"A play with just enough pathos to save you from
Laughing yourself to death." New York World.
Prices Always the Same
25c, 25c, 50
CURTAIN 8;15 SHARP
JAOB SCHMID, Prop.
21 Reels of Pictures a Week.
i'lovraiu ill,-!--.-,, i seiv ilav
An hour of h'u'h la'-s -vtrtaiuii-ur nwalts von at tins show house
DON'T FORGET THE WARM ROOM.
Admission oc and 10c.
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America's Greatest Drama
hy Clyde FltctN,
The City vs. The County a
Where- Was The Best In You DrouhtfOut?
Prices S1.50 -- 7?c - 30r.
Seats on "Sale at Orpheum Theater.
Carriage? anrl Autos Ordered for 10.45 p. m.
We Handle the Two Best Brands of
COAL On The Market
Gallup Domestic hump $14.50 per Ton
Dawson Fancy Nut . . . $13.50 per Ton
Order Some and be Convinced
Brophy Carriage Company
Phone 284 Lowell Ariz.
Bisbec Lumber Company, Inc.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN OREGON AND
TEXAS PINE, REDWOOD 3mNGl.ES, MOULDINGS, BUILDERS
HARDWARE, DCORS AND 5-.ASHES OF ALL KINpS, MINING
TIMBERS AND WEDGES, CARLOAD LOTS A SPECIALTY.
TELEPHONE L-125 EMIL MARKS. Manager.
PROGRAM FOR FRI
DAY AND SATUDAY
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CAREER" A rollicking
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