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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BIS BEE, AUIZUNA, THURSDAY MORNING, F EBRUARY (i, 1013.
Dry, Farming Opportunities In County Attracting
Constantly Increasing Number New Government Theory
$H n Isl? .j&g$s&sm&$k
AND RANGE PRIME
All along the nw I re lI it
P. & S. W. -front Pan l a. k rC T
there are settlers who a- t s -
to realize scenes of the a owta-.'; n
ort In the next few years ca 'V
properties where they hae now e-t
ed their dwellings and otlfr nc s
nary buiHings In this newly popJi.it--
lag beetlon of. country that is dest n
ed to bloom and bear a -lar.ety of
products that will in due time nwst
Increase. -the, annual volue of Arizona
The arcemanlng illustrations are
reprodUC&i JrtBi "a. recent interesting
bulletin tronMWJJ-S department of
agriculture, wherein an examp.t s
given, of success attending ln fann
ing ana pacing particular str- ? upon
the new Idea which the gove-nmeat Ifornla,
No Damage from the Cold
Weather -i Great Demand
and High Prices
Heiry Street, manager with tae Co
MUi'lah Land and Cattle Co., and wide-
known as one of the best Informed
mttlemun In the wast, was anions
business teHors In the city yester
da Concerning conditions on tho
range Sir -Street said that whllo tho
new crass has not et come out tho
exceptional cold weather of tho win
ter did no damage and with the Urea
ent rain fall the grass co'Ud. b,i
looked to for early appearance lu
Meantime Jthere Is plenty q feea
jd no drawbacks,
AGAIN IS TOLD
With Uplifted Potato He Is
Startled with News That
He Is Late in Deliver
ing Arizona Vote
Tho friends of Hon. W. T. Webb,
oinolal messenger ehoicit te cenve
tho Arkona eleotoral vol to Washing
ton, have all beon amcloas to (,et the
eastern version of his trials and find
triumph in the performance of thb
On ihe other hand I ion corresDoudenca of tiin NVw VnrU
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toe caule mturests or tne state were Time sles the following sion o!
neer In flnor form, and those ot Co-lueub and what happened to him.
tMse county are at the very front in ;
prosperity. Five years of tine feed WASHINGTON'. Jan. 28. Seated in
aad tho best of RrazuiR comiiuons
hire put the Industry ahead of a!.
preUous records In both quality and
quantity of stock in the hands of
Further influencing proeent enthusi
asm regarding the industry Is the fact
that bujers-are searching every cor
n i for ock and paying the highest
prices the markets hare to offer
etrltniss are bringing ?25; and buy
front ot a bountiful breakfast in New
York this morning exact time ana
place unrevealod was one Wilfred T.
Webb, species ranchman, habitat Ari
zona. New York has extended Its Hos
pitality heretofore to Mr. Webb, and
now as then the best in the house
was nono too good Quantity as well
as qunlity figured In mla feast, for
before the day was done lie hhd var
ious actliitles In accomnllsh in th.i
t eager for them at that figure. Sis l metropolis. Also, although tho suns
ears ago the cattlemen accepted it 0f Arlaona Had tinted his face almost
to lrt for hla yearling and considered to a BWltet huei ho was a cosmopolite.
a c.ooa price rceled. as tno marKeis aBa nd tho morning papers sen-ed
with the meal.
studeats .are beglonlng to forthe- tiers have setn ar J lands or semi;
strongly ami, Ois substance of wbicii and lands reclaimed through thusihk
Is that it M "up to the soil to do the mg of wells and the pumping of water
greater part of 4re&ebon, regardless or through the following intensive dry
of moisture except In Ute minimum, ' farming exclusively Such lands are
tt(e hokltn? 'belnx that each jmrticie . p'ractically no longer obtainable in
ot soil contains lasting life from California except at prices that ear.-y
which no other conditions can take j large profits to the ge4lerrf and place
tho quality of profitable production of t the purchasers under the necessity' or
where most cf the ntw si. I -e of the foremost agriculture econ-
tbat Speciality to whlcb the parttcu
'ar Svii mr we aunfnni.
This theory is worklag out ta the
(ky farming dletricts of Arizona, wif-r
4 here is steadily stronger application
ttas over constantly Increasing they
affig-nanhBr to bqgler pur-available under the desert
Mciwau ijnpre irieBuiyjnc;aro- on wnich tney can ntaKe
m ia&xpif! wiUt tnanrign in that is asked of tbeoi in
SWft trliitr 0er about lleusoj. and
important earnings from the beg nnlsg
in order to meet the interest nd ta-
vostmt obligations under which ttt
place tbetiiselves. as well as their llv
ing expenses. Here In Cochise county
are finding government lands
they are here to do this la
Fairbaakanqtber localities in that their work of finding the aid of con
belt. IWreHii now larger erthuniasm fident neighbors and of old settlers
then ever before A great manyifam- and land owners who Ieh tbeni well
ijles hav.- ctiae Itf;i-rins ibe'lasufew jawrtVfreely gUe them of the hiforma
laonths and hr.ie set about the re- tion they have as to local conditions!
cjamalion ot lapds. It is a matter nt More important still, they are Sliding
comment that these people bring good nierchantg who have confidence in
tearati amfilarmliig etdpmenc and tae ultimate lar;e succest. of their c.
that they hae exper'.ence In other forts and are extending credit,
dry farming or near dry farming sec j Reverting to the Interior depart-
,n.. " In 0tf.wnl.. ll.nt nn... t,nn. ).. ..I.... lu unuAn
llime, irtttioi m unuuiuin, iv i i tueiits mini act. viiictt lu iCBVHicii
!s in the world, the case of Sam
Met 'ill and the cases of other farm
ers who hate used the same method
ot farming with stprtung results
prove the validity of a discovery
which "will be revolutionary in agri
culture. The theory is now held by
Milton Whitney, chief of the raited
States bureau of soil, and bis assist
ant Frank K. Cameron, that each
soli particle te composed largely of
potash and 'phosphorus, two of the
principal elements of plant food.
According to their theory a film ot
the surface ot each soil particle each
year is dissolved, liberating the pot
ash and phosphate.
This theory is held against the
great body of scientists, who liken
each soil part'Cle to a sponge soaked
to the center with the moisture of the
soil. The latter group of scientists
believe that plants eventually sti-k
from each soH psrUcW'ftA it ceala98
of plant food, leading a sterile shell
of indieeoluble mineral matter. Whit
. t. .. , ,....-.-. a ,. A ma hla !
men iuuu. ujruf- vi tu ,him iid
v H-k declared need of from 1.W0
to ".0O0 cattle for immediate delivery
at Ilenson aad will accept any part ov
all of that number. This, too. Is In
the face ot the shipment of thousande
of head of cattle Into Arizona In tlie
last year from Mexico, whero the un
settled situation has made cattlemen
eager to get their Holdings to safety
or this side of tae line.
KILLED IN FALL.
Lightness and Flavor
Noticed in the finest biscuit, rolls, cake,
etc, is due to the absolute purity and
the accurate combination of the ingre
dients of the Royal Baking Powder
The best things in cookery are always
made and can be most readily made
with the Royal Baking Powder. Hence
its use is demanded in the mostvceIe
bratcd restaurants, in the homes of the
people, wherever delicious, wholesome
food is appreciated. Its sale and use
extend to every civilized country in
Cream of Tartar
Corsnir Finds Death of Wealthy
Youth Was Due to Accident
CLEVELAND. O.. Feb. 5. The in
v stigatlon by Oofaner Byrnes find
bag today the bedj of S. Homer Ev
erett, scion of a socially and financial
ly prominent Cleveland family, proved
that Um young man's death was
caused by a fall over a sixty foot clHI
near Shore Iike. Jewelry and money
on the person ot Kverett was found
It was this combination, however,
that suddenly took away the appetite
of Mr Webb. He was lifting a forkful
of potato to bis mouth and. mind ou.
well-cooked potato Is the delicacj to
an Ari7ona ranchman when his ej
lighted ujxin his own uareo in the
pnr-er That potato never reached
decltttltlon. Mr. Webb'n mind was
suddenly shifted to this chain ot
When the Klectors of Arlsona met
to cast tb?Ir votes for the first lime
for president and so proudly added
three to the aggregate of Gov. Wilson,
the Electors ot the new state lookee
around for some one who would ap
preciate a journey to the National
Capital. Their eyes fell upon Mr.
Webb Had he Hot worked and con
trlbated toward democratic BUocess?
lie bad. go. although he did not r.eedl
the money Involved, he was told thai
he could be the messenger who would
deliver the state's first Electoral re
twits to Washington.
Now, not being versed In alL the
things that go with such an errand
xr. l-n.K w.n( 4f ttin Titarlfti nllttlnr.
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NO LIME PHOSPHATES
E GOING TO !
:, BUSH WITH SYSTEM
Ball Man Is Developing Or
ganization to Gather in
WOLVES DESGEND ON :
Fl OAKS STOCK
Jng down through the soil, and thus
supply nitrogen tp the soil when they
die. The atrlic'iour-fitths nitrogen.
Thus, according to Prof. Splllman,
o-calld "worn out" soil is so1! which
ney and Cameron believe that the soil contains no humus. The bacteria are
is piam looa. ana as long as any i continually eating namus ana iuoy
an says that Sam McCall put the
nitrogen in h!s soil w-hea he-plowed
in the humus. Microscopic bacteria
he soil athblctlriafekVrgrfity in slghL the Chief Justice ot Art
y M nitrWirtke alrTectltet I !lt received from this fountain
y upon nuen in the air ventiiai information that it was hte
duty tot be, in WasAwston by Febru-
up the work they are undertaking
In this coualj' aad from which they
are confident of wresting success.
The deans? of these lands is chief
ly tho outcome ot experience In Cal-
the following excerpt from the re
port alluded to in the beginning of
this article is of interest:
In the opinion of Prof. W J. Spi 1
man, of the department of agriculture.
soil is left it is continually liberating
patasa and phosphate by dissolution
Thus the only other element needea
to feed the plant is n'trogen The
prevailing theory is that nitrogen
exists in the soil and is gradually
exhausted by the plants. Prof. Split-
will cause it to disappear altogether
unless fresh- supplies a.e put into the
ground by the fanner.
The example of Sam McCall shows
as long as man has earth and air he
can continue to grow food by apply
ing iatelligenco to culthatlon.
i New E
mhroideries Way Under Price
JUST THE STYLES YOU WANT
Only About HALF-PRICE To Pay For Them
Have vou attended this s scle of Embroideries, Flouncings and Laees? If not, you are mksing an exceptional
onnortunit v. The assortment is more extensive, and 01 more pretty patterns than we have ever been able to show
before Hundreds of women have taken advantage ofi" exceptional offers,
to select' from. All priced very mirch to your advantage
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There are still hundreds of yards
If you miss these splendid bargains you'll not catch up on Embroidery ECONOMY in twelve months, for
ere are to be great things doi;,in,enibro!rierj this spring. You'll want to buy freely when you see the splendid
We wfll mtt attempt a description of the beau
ty an toveUtes. and Uw fine qtialiiv of :m
hfcldrtn that go to make up tuto offer, fun
JS4DCbs ide. in exqutsltp sew designs awl
vwll wMht edges, 5c quality at Se a yapL
3 9 c
18 Ins. Corset
Cor,et Over Embroidery, 18-lacbes wMe, la
tveiHifal new fprlng aligns, open ami blina
patterns 1 lendldly flnl"bel edges. So new
so extremely pretty and so lw priced -tha
will snap tfif w ap m a. nnrry.
ll-over Swiss EmbroidDry Yoking, the designs
8e entirety new and verv attractive To
woJiin'n eyes this Is one ot the most inter
nrtfW offers we hae made the quality that
self for 75c a yard, special at 40c.
27.INS. WIDE. 50c QUALITY
3wIk BaibroMerv Kiounctag l sueii iHmwow new patterm Hat
a mere glaitcn will re'eat thHr tne vai. S7-lB8ties wide, and
aetwaUy worth 5uc a yard, sale prKe fafc .
EMBROIDERY FLOUNCING Ag. YA
27-INS. WIDE, 75c QUALITY C 1 Q.
7c-4 a-cpRserraUve estimate of he true value ef tbe beautiful
Swtes Xnbrefatery FlonnelnJU- ia fact U it tk acfc we bog6:
them t eil for. uut wrve n arked them for thlt fSH at 4c yard.
EMBROIDERY FLOUNCING fcQ YA
45-lNSr WIDE, $1 QUALITY UC TO.
l ssJBbnldry Flwuicing in butttu) dSM. all ae. clean
T- nnd.ireth and go on iils:4a tonwr!ontKwfMr tle8t time.
, .' u ... i, ., L. J1-Iha wiita 11 AA nunlltv. ner
KIV nm um imKmn . fcv . - - .,- t. , v -,--. .. .
V yard Wc. .-
fl5c To 25c Torchon Laces Qc
This o8er concerns a verv large assortment of the daintiest and
prettiest Tercoon Zacces you over saw offered at such a modest pricr.
Ail ready to trim your ntw. spring lingerie, dresses, waist?, to all
. correci rijtes tot spring ia summer aua an uniu uew. .i iuct
wide, regular lc. 2ftc and 2c qualities, sale price 10c a yard. J
50c 'Lace Scarfs And Shams 2Sci
Women alira; llla plentv of daintv scarfs and sl.ums, at.d thU ot
fr presents -an opiionunitT to Fccar raj prfttv styles at a Very
mojdett prcf nado entirely of larf n qrettr new doslsns The
i. - M ma.V w. .V. .vi.l.Ta- "ft Cl fl..i " jt, An m..
rtrnr urf t iui's uiui im;uiiii'; w tiv jirnT; t- vuui.
ShnmH ar 'H'tQ nrhes worth SI (U a xia'r Sale price 0c
. rfrr i
ary 1 and dativexhU precious papers
and not to let them set lost. Oet lost?
Trust Mr. Webb for that. lie could
steep with one eye open, and his hand
was qnick with the gun. And, starting
out two weeks ago, he wandered on ?
crooked trail leading to Washington
and enjoyed himself at every 'turn.
Coming back to the bountiful break
fast Mr. Webb was confronted hi
black and white with the information
that he should bao been in Washln
ton last night, for that was the !as
day for the delivery of records ot
electoral votes. His senators had been
raking the West and Middle West w itn
a ine tooth comb of telegrams, ana
had not been able to find him. Ani
Because he had been lost the electoral
vote of Arizona wuiu not be cast this
year at all. Not only that, but he wa
to lose that $000 odd and wap'subjeci
to a fine of $1,000 for bis tardiness.
Suffering snakte or words to that
effect! Mr. Webb leaped from the
taT.Ie. It was only by splendid dlplo
t"acy that ho was recallt-d to the lit
tle formality of paying his bill. He
daehed for the nearest telegraph of
fice and put a hot message on the
wire telling Senators Ashurst ana
Smith that he was da the way. On
the way he went as fast as a limited
train could carry him.
t the Union Station when he ar
rived here his fae outrivaled tho best
sunset the Arizona mesa could afford.
A large delegation of newspaper men
and a crowd had gathered to meet him.
It was the first tlmo he had been -in
terviewed In frce and he felt worse
than an English "nonieman under tht.
tame circumstances. However, tie
bad faced hostile guns In his time,
and knew that the best thing to do
was to keep his teeth together, and
He did it. This gave time for the Arl
iona secatora to cotne up and rescut
him and tell him that It was all risht.
You see. Senator are usel to turn-
lnz back he dock every once in a-
whiJc when they want to do something
and this time the clock had bees
turned hack for Aricona. Officially,
Mr. Webb found he had arrived yes
terday and the bland senate function
aries accepted his precious package
and gave him his $6-S2."5 for mileage
under date ot Jan. 3.
Mr. Webb's explanations were brief.
"I didn't know anytnlng about the
law," he said, "so I got a lawyer
friend to draw me up a set of Instruc
tions He told me I had to be here byj
Feb. 1. ard 1 took my time. I went
around by way of !as City. St !
Louis. Chicago. Detroit and Buffalo to
New YorJc, and J wasn't going to leave
there today. Bat it apolled my ap
petite when I saw how badly I was
All tie r.leclorsl voftr now In
tho !.ifda cf ierrte otfUor ready fi-r
the oTleial canvas In the jplnt session
of tho two houses, on Feb 12. Mr. Wll
Fp U1 protaWr he found W have
been elected" president
PRESCOTT, Feb. 5, William Hon
oris, who was In tho city ?rMay from
Fair Ooaks4 reports a band of 15
lobo wolves as having been encoun
tered and driven from the mountains
adjacent by hunger, ihe deep snow
preventing thorn from securing any
food. This unusual condition has cre
ated some alarm among farmers and
ranfeiacn, and tp guard the poultry
on the farms and the young animal
grazing at outside points la the prob
lem occupying the attention of own-
Results Under Illinois Law
. Highly Gratifying to
NEW YORK Feb S Frank Chancp
will organize a systets ror ciscovor
lng young players for the tfanko3
from year to year.' He Intends ' to
enlist the sorvices df asecret agent
In each of the minor IeaguoC,
Tho agont may be a club owner,
manager or umpire, bufh'ts Identity
will not b' disclosed. It wid'hc'lno
duty ofxoeli agent to look ovorhji
playing material' in his league aad. If
he finds players that give profee
It will be his duty to cBijminIcui.o
ib nm ut; 1110 j '
, with the club at once.
low the trails made by tho wolves
but proved unsuccessful, tho band re
treating to the timber and to deep
snow in the ravines of the hills ad
jacent. Joe Koberts also received a letter
yesterday from Clarence Jackson la
Klrkland valley, that the lobo wolf
wag infesting that section, and caus-lthe -lean league.
ing considerable trouble in their dep
redations. They had invaded the
premises, and destroyed considerable
poultry. They are ravenous to se-
'Sir JLslJ$-i J3-iili,
Aluminum Cooking Utensils. Light in weight,
bright as silver, cannot crack or rust Heats quicker,
Saves fuel and will last a lifetime. Kote window
display and ask for prices. ' , , .
U. S. Hardware and; Paint (Store
Main St, Next Door to "Uncle Sam's" Loan Office
St Joseph's Hospital, Phoenix. Ari
zona, offers a three years' course ot
training For detailed Information ad
dress Superintendent ot Training
SchooL Advertisement. 322
PATENT YOUR LAND
J3.((t Per Acre! 53 00 Per Acre!
IT WILL NVER BE CHEAPER1 . -
?S.(K Per Acre! "W A-
M? E. Lcvvie & Os. take pleasure in annouaciag that Xavajc
Base Is now on tba NMrfeat and aaftWe for the eeleetfM rf lawit h
AriMHia. We congratalate our eeworaerm that wa ara able to ell this
excellent hhee at so low a eost. -
Desert Land Batrymen who have eawrotered tue alataat peWWtlv
expense aad great pnystaa! dlculty of proving- ap uaer that law
are afforded an iaexaaMtve mathad of ncwrtrtug title.
Stock Men ean acquire toad Air raage jmA paMaTago.
Farmers. Seillera. Investors, jour opportunity hi NOW!
Navajo Bate Is lsad under the raate hw aa Moonl Base. M job are
one of those who were diaappolmad In net seccriag tf9V while '
was on the market grt Navajo NOVt Motpti west up la arte. Na
vajo mty repeat that history !
Small selections cannot ha made. If yo wit oalr 18 or '5 wro
get your frienda atd neighbors ta tha same towoaWp te Jofci te your
order. ' '
WHAT TO DO
Send us description of jwur laM! Sel aa rattimutrtihwt It thh,
land la owbraeed in an entry! Iiaaiit thraa aollan per a! THATS
, REMEMBERl, v . f, . ,-
Wo gt title for yoa or ytMi JML the mMjr back! . '
OUR GUARANTEE IS;GOODI . .' ;a Ivt'
$3.00 Per Ac&l . ' ' JSJi.Ptr Acre!
-write ua adsux uhwjhkwb .' .
M.'E. LEVERICH & C(.
sr. e. iA-Etucft . w nAirrv.
PUBLIC LAND SrUCUUKTS
JOHN If. PAQE
P. O. BOX 9S1
Chance will either look over tho
players himself or have a paid scout
do so. If a player Is purchased tho
league who recommends him will re
ceive a certain sum, whether the
player is retained or not, and tho
New York club wrll pay an oxlru
uontm if the player "laakue good" In
cure something to eat, hence their
venturing into settled localities for
the first time known.
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