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WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 191Z.
(lrom Sunday V Dally.)
J I McN'uli). wiili ilit- i'nsir
servi. r in t ho Groom Creek section,
U in thr city nn oflkial business.
GrorK W. Hanltin, superintendent
f thr Harvey Dairy at Del Rio.
wa a business visitor to the city
Miss Margaret Meriwether, teach
er of the public school of Skull val
ley, was a iMtnr with friends in the
Mr. nnd Mr Asa Bozarth arc in
the city from the Camp Wood coun
try, where the former is engaged In
the cattle business.
To the New Town.
C W Hennctt left yesterday for
Clarkdalc the new smelter town of
the I'ppcr Verde where he cnnteni
nlatcs remainin" for the winter.
A. W. Edwards returned yester
day from San Jose, where he wai
summoned two weeks ago to looli
after the estate of his brother,, wlm
passed away recently in that city.
Prom the Coast.
F. M. Murphy returned Saturday
front the coast, after an absence
of ten days, on important business
nffecting his mining and other hold
ings in the southern part of the
Geo. S. Cavncss, a cattle grower
of Gila county, arrived from Miami
Friday anil will look over the
range country in ttie northern part
of this county, with the view of lo
Ready to Drive.
D. M. Francis, one of the big
sheep growers of the state, is in the
city from Flagstaff, and is preparing
to begin the drive to the desert
ranges for the winter. lie antici
pates n good season.
Leaves for South.
Mr. Kd. Sparks, who recently
lost her husband in n sad accident
near Mayer, left yesterday for Tem
po, to remain away indefinitely. She
wan accompanied by her mother,
Mrs. J. II. Conies.
('. It. Spoltord. first vice president
of the Brooklyn-Arizona Mining
Company. has arrived from Avcr
liill, Massachusetts, and i en route
lo the company's holding cast of
Mayer, on a trip of inspection.
.Return From Visit.
Mrs. A. Bennett, and daughters,
Kite Misses Birdie and Allie Ben
:nctt, returned ve.sterd.iy from a
ahrce weeks visit with relatives and
friends in Thompson valley, and are
en route to their home on Groom
Robert and William Brown, of
Gallup. K. M., arrived in the city
yesterday to remain for sometime
to look after their mining interest
adjacent, on which they contemplate
starting work. They are frequent
C. P. Wiugfifld, of Huron, leaves
tmnorrost for the F.verglade country
f Florida. a the representative of
Present t. Humboldt and Mayer in
vestor, tu investigate that region.
I) M. ynkoop is arranging his
business jind expects to accompany
Mr Wingficld on a similar mission
Ready for Applicants.
Superior Court Clerk P. J. Farley
desires aliens to know that he is
ready to receive applications for
naturalization and will accommodate
at least fifty. A new line of blanks
has been received and information
will be willingly given to all who
desire to become citizens.
V A Smith, operating the old
Monarch mines in Cherry Creek dis
trict, arrived from his camp yester
dav. and reports active and success'
WE ARE EQUIPPED FOR
THE FINEST AND MOST
COMPLETE STORE IN
WE DELIVER PROMPTLY
Phones, Black 217 and Black 114
We Solicit Youi Mall Orders.
P. O. Box 650. Prcscott, ArU.
ful development under headway. The
uiill is running steadily on the oh)
tailings dump, and underground con
ditions were extremely gratifying
fi did recent exploration
I lu stork hovered over the home
d Officer and Mrs Robert Bobbins
wsterday, and after leaving a tine
boy who lipped the scales at eight
pounds, continued his llight. The
little fellow will be a playmate for
Ins brother, who arrived over a year
ago The happy parents arc the
recipients of congratulations from
R W. Smith, secretary of the I rt
State Good Roads convention, re
cently held at Santa I'V. N. M.
passed through I he city Friday en
route to his home in Solomonville,
in flu- south He is enthusiastic
mrr thr outlook for the ocean-to
ocean highway becoming a reality a
a result of the enthusiasm that is
prevailing throughout the nation
Situation Clearing Up.
George llovelich. aftur a three
months' residence, lias concluded to
return to Sonora. Mexico, where
he has mining interests. lie will
be joined at Nogales early next week
by two associates. He has received
advices that the country is again in
a peaceful attitude. The party has
valuable placer interests that are lo
cated near the California Reclama
tion holdings on the Ya.pii river
K C McNary who is m the city
from Copper Basin, reports that dis
trict as the center of very much in
terest through the splendid outcome
of development at the Commercial,
and everv claim owner is going
ahead vigorously performing work.
Prospectors arc coming in and even
foot of ground open to location is
occupied. lie states that held is
destined to become one of the great
est copper producers in the coun
ty. Ready to Run.
The new plant that is to treat the
big tailing dump of the old Crown
King mine, is being put through
several test runs, which have given
satisfactory result, and it is report
ed will be started up early this
week Several months will be re
ptireil to handle the accumulation of
former mill runs of the old pro
cess, that created a dump of over
W).00 tons and which is said to
have a aluatioii of about $6.00 per
John Lawler ha -eturned from
the Hillside mines, which continue
in operation by leaders, and reports
the property to be in a satisfac
tory condition. Along Copper
Creek, he slates, the Bagdad Com
pany is prep.lrini' to begin oper
ation on the largest plan ever
known, and it is reported the zone
of development will embrace practi
cally all of their large holdings, with
a system of deep work given that
will be the most extensive ever
in that field. With the reviving of
the Bagdad Eureka district is ex
periencing more activity and inter
est than has been in evidence for
(From Tuesday's Daily.")
Geo. I,. Human, merchant and
freighter of the Dewey section, was
a business visitor to the city yester
day. Business Trip.
A. W. Davis, manager of the For
tune Mining Company, left yesterday
for Cincinnati, to consult with di
rectors residing in that city.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Malmriu and
daughter, Miss Etta Malmriu, arc
in the city from Jerome Junction
for a few days visiting with friends.
Leaves for the Mines.
Mike Kenny left yesterday for the
camp of the Yuma-Warrior Mines
Company in the Harmia Halas,
where he has accepted a situation
as hoisting engineer.
W. L. Roberts and John Morris,
farmers of Skull Valley, were in the
city yesterday on business, and state
the usual fall wail for rain to come,
is again heard in that laud. '
Visiting Old Home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Buyer return
ed Sunday from Tcmpc, and left
yesterday for Cherry Creek, their
old home, to visit with relatives and
friends during the holidays.
Miguel Sanchez of Jerome, was is
sued a marriage license yesterday
his intended bride being. Miss Maria
Rcsa, of the same city. The wed
ding will take place tonight.
Go to Winter in Phoenix.
D. II. Telford and sister who have
been sojourning at Camp Bcauvoir
since February, leave today for
Phoenix, to spend the winter. They
expect to return here next summer.
Miners in City,
W. I). Caples, Thomas Hogan and
11. Highlshoe, miners of the Com
mercial Company, in Conner Basin
district, were in the city yesterday
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iniiiKoiig wuu menus anil on busi
ness. Wants to Come In.
Geotge Demarcki, a miner of
Jerome, yesterday filed his first
papers 'for naturalization as a citizen
before Clerk Farley of the Superior
i ourt, gj.vmg lus country of nativity
Mrs. J. W, Young, wife of the
Bradsluiw mountain cattleman, was
an arrival from Turkey yesterday
to remain for several days with
friends in the city and is at the
Comes to Reside.
Mrs. John Bcrggrcn, wife of the
well known railroad contractor, ar
rived from Denver ycstcrJayk ac
coinpatilcd by her sou, and wil
make Prcscott her future Home. She
wax a resident about sixteen years
ago. . ..,
George Snelling was in the -city
yesterday from Ins camp north of
Ranisgate and in the foothills of
Granite mountain, after supplies,
where he is developing a gold pros
pect. lie feels elated over the show
From the Mines.
J. Burlington, interested in the
Big Ben mines of Thumb Butte dis
trict, where a big strike was report
ed recently, was in from the camp.
yesterday on business, and reports
development going ahead energeti
cally. Leaves for Winter.
The many friends in (he city of
Miss Grace Shanks, niece of Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas McMahon, will be in
terested to learn that she left yes
terday for Gleitdalc, where she will
be the guest for the winter of Mrs.
J. B. Elkins.
Returns to Work.
J T. Sliellield, manager of the
I'untenncy Lime Company, return
ed to Cedar Glade yesterday after
a brief business trip to the city
yesterday He states that the force
has been added to during the past
week and production will be the
heaviest ever known.
Ready to Drive.
Colin Campbell, one of the large
sheep growers of the state, was in
tht city Sunday from Ash Fork,
and stated that he is preparing to
begin the drive south to winter
feeding grounds near Congress Junc
tion, and in a few weeks a general
movement among other owners will
begin to the same fields.
Returns From Oregon.
William N'cllis according to ad
vice from Phoenix yesterday, has
returned to that city from Medford,
Oregon, after a year's absence, and
is en route to Prcscott. Mrs. N'cllis
and children will remain for the
winter in the south. Mr. N'cllis in
tends to make this city his perma
nent home, to look after his large
mining and other interest, in the
(From Sunday's Dally.)
Returning yesterday from jthc
southern part of the state, F. M.
Murphy emphatically contradicted
reports published ami in circulation
that the Guggenheim interests were
negotiating for mining properties in
which he and others are interested.
On the other ham I, he stated, he and
associates are proceeding along lines
to make effective plans that in the
near future will bring about resump
tion of mining and smelting oper
ations at Imperial, as well as mining
on a large scale on wJiat is known
as the Gila Copper Sulphide proper
ties on the Gila river.
Mr. Murphy also imparts the im
portant information that the nic.
tion of building the Port Lobos rail
way will be taken up as soon as the
Mexican troubles are over.
In a local sense, he also stated
that lie expects lo do some extensive
exploration at the Congress mines
and has hopes of getting the old
gold producer on its feet again. Ad
ditloual development is also to be
given the Poland, vttlt some work
on the properties formerly owned
by the Lookout Copper Company,
which includes the Davis. Lookout
and Bodie mines to the south of this
city. Extensive development is lo
be" centered on the properties of the
Yavapai Consolidated in the Brad
shaw mountains, which embrace the
old Tiger. CaUfornia-Bcnton, the
mines formerly owned by the Crown
King Company, and the Wildllower
During his nine days trip through
the state, he was accompanied by
men representing eastern and for
eign capital, and the journey was at
teded with success. He left last
night for Caste Hot Sorings, and
from that point goes to Phoenix,
where lie will be joined by his as
sociates. For the next six weeks
lie stated he will he on the go on
important matters affecting his. min
ing as Well as kindred pursuits.
Mr. Murphy was free to state
that he feels greatly encouraged,
generally, over the outlook pertain
ing to his interests. He has every
reason to believe there will be a
continuation of prosperous conditions
throughout Arizona nnd the coun
try at large, unless something un
expected happens as the result of
the change of administrations.
HUGE SUM TO BE
BORROWED ON ONE BLOCK
NEW YORK, Nov 16. The larg
est mortgage ever placed on a single
piece of property will be recorded
here, it is reported, as soon as the
details can be arranged. The amount
of the mortgage is now given as
$19,500.00.) though it may reacli
the $20,000,000 mark, an amount
equal to 20,000 mortgages of the
average size of $1000 each. This
huge sum is to be lent on tuc
ground and yet to be erected build
ing oi an insurance ttii.iii.my in iwt
Wall Street district which was burn
ed out last winter. The site, a
square block in the territory con
taining the highest-priced land in
the world, was sold recently for
the titty sum ol $..i,M)U,uHJ. the
cost of the new building ' as now
estimated will be about $14,500,000
and it is believed that the total cost
of the development mav reach tht
$30,(H)0,0(K) mark. The annual inter
est on this mortgage would be suffi
cient to construct a good-sized town
or to build twentv miles of first
DOUGLAS, Nov. 16. Private
William Griffcn, of the Ninth caval
ry was stabbed and killed by Pri
vatc John Landcs today. The wound
was inflicted with , a knife, sticking.
ill., uiv dimiii mill oillv
OF RETURNS IS
( From Tuesday's Daily.)
The Superi-or lint slicil the offi
cial count of the late general elec
tiou yesterday afternoon. In some
portions of the county not much in
terest, it seems, was taken, for seven
precincts Bagdad, Brooklyn. Cli
max, Harrington. Hooper, Perkins
and Stoddard did not cast a vote.
The canvas of the returns resulted
Representative in Congress.
Carl Haydcn Wfi
Thomas K. Campbell 662
Robert S. Fiher 380
A. C. Smith 32.1
O. Gibson M
Wiley K. Jones 1001
W. T. Webb 988
J. R. Hampton 986
Fred S. Brcen 447
Walter Talbot 452
Hoval A. Smith 445
F. S. Clark 537
J. C. Greenway 524
I). W. Heard 518
J. L. Brooks 358
!".. Siinonton .................. 355
Paul E. White 3S
T. F. Wilson 21
J Stanley Howard i
Roy E. Sibley 19
Proposed by Initiative Petition.
Referendum Ordered by People.
311 : 871
(Prom Tuesday's Pally)
The Prcscott Chamber of Com
merce is already receiving substan
tial indications that the trip made
recently to Canada by the Secretary
will prove the best outlay yet made
for advertising Yavapai County. One
is an order from Taber, Alta., Can
ada, for 1,000 head of mixed range
cattle. The secretary has replied
that, owing to the fact that the Fall
rodeos are concluded, it will be im
possible for our Canadian friends to
collect this shipment until after the
Spring round-up; but it is quite pos
sible that within the nex few weeks
representatives of wholesale butch
ers lu Alberta will visit Yavapai
County for the first time, with the
purpose of making arrangements for
large shipments to be made in the
Spring of 1913.
FOR PRIMARY ELECTION
(From Sundays Dslly.)
Nominations of r.1iulii1.ilia fnr kiii.
llicinat ofliros clns.wl List ,jftiiflfr
at 5:00 o'clock befnri CI Iv Uocrii-.tor
J. H. Robinson, the final date under
uie statutes, i lie nrimary election
will take place on December 7, when
voters make their .selections from
the following aspirants:
Mayor W. H. TimerhofT.
Cotnu-ilmen Tu'n tr li.. nnmlii.
ed.) Frank Whisman, W. L. Rich
!.r.lls.W.atrcn ,:' nfty. Icrt Tilton,
w ii, wiclaml, Nathan Levy.
i rcasurer uias. K. Scholey.
Chief of Prlirf.'riirv.imi f
Mabon, Jesse Kearley.
Kccorucr J. II. Robinson.
Assessor Frank Williams.' t
Chief of Pnlir,. t.Vf..t II ll-l.
. Mayor Mrs, Mary l.oy.
Gt)uiKiltnen Frank Payne, C. P.
Myers, I .
Chief of P6licc-Charlcsf Greene.
.Treasurer J. M. Dodson. .
Recorder G. W. Hill.
Assessor O.' B. Marshalli V. .
Committeeman J. . L. Mitner.
'The Social Mirror
Mrs. R. H Burmisler was hostess
Friday at a most attractive luncheon.
The guests were seated around three
daintily decortcd tables. Each name
card held a small cluster of violets
tied with pink. Centerpieces of beau
tiful enchantress carnations in long
handled baskets lied with pink bows
graced each table. Covers were Ian
for Madames II. D. Aitken, .Edward
Block, M. V. Baldwin, L. S. Clark,
T. E. Campbell. W. II. Doyle, I-rank
Foster. A. W. Edwards, V. S. Hi!
dreth. Morris Goldwatcr, O. A. Iles
, J. C Ilerndon. J A. Hope, C.
T Joslin. E. A. Kastuer, Miller, I.
G. Norris, Richards, R J. Roper,
and F. O. Smith.
On Tuesday Mrs. M. B. Hazel
tine and Mrs. C. C. Yoiiut entertain
ed most charmingly with an after
noon of bridge, at the home of the
former on Mt. Vernon Avenue I he
spacious living room was brighten
ed with sprays of red barberry bran
ches. After a delightful repast, Mrs
Richard Lamson was awarded the
high score prize, a dainty hand
painted bon bon dish The consol
ation prize, also a pretty, piece of
hand painted china was given Mrs.
Maud V. Baldwin. The guests for
the afternoon included Mrs. George
Cotton, Mrs. Maud Baldwin. Mrs
C. T. Martin. Mrs. George Thayer,
Mrs. Walker. Mrs. J. William
Waara. Mrs. Lester Ruftuer. Mrs.
David W. Russell. Mrs. Paul Dctn
ing. Mrs. Mcintosh. Mrs. Ralph J.
Roiier. Mrs. Fen Hildreth of Phoe
nix, Mrs. Benjamin Field, Mrs. Rich
ard Lamson, Mrs. II. H. Limicy.
Miss Olive Fisher, and Miss I he-
A pleasant meeting of the Bridge
Club was held on Tuesday when
Mrs. G. E. Meany was hostess.
Those who greatly enjoyed the af
ternoon were: Mcsdames T. G. Nor
ris, J. C. Ilerndon. Morris Gobi
water. II. D. Aitken. O. A. Hesla,
A. W. Edwards, and Mrs. John K.
Miller of Fort Whipple.
The enthusiasm for skating . has
once more been revived and a jolly
erowll was seen at the rink on Tues
day night. Almost twenty couples
participated in the fun.
The many friends, in Prcscott, of
Mrs. Richard It. Coleman, will be
interested to know that she sailed
for the Orient on Friday the 15th.
accompanied by her youngest son.
Mrs. Coleman with her family resid
ed here many years and has since
made her home in Los Angeles. The
trip includes visits to Honolulu, Jap
an, China and the Philippine Is
lands. The Rebckah Lodge entertained
on Thursday night with a 500 party
which was attended by one hun
dred and twenty-five guests. The
handsome prizes, were awarded in
the following order: Miss Beryl
Stephens, having made the highest
score for the evening was given an
exquisite hand-embroidered center
piece; Mrs. Balkc, winner of the
slam prize, received a dainty guest
towel; Mr. George Mead won a
hand-pamtcd asli tray, winie a trav
eler's drinking cup in handsome case
fell to Mr. Fred Brccht.
Prcscott received in the entertain
ments given on last Thursday af
ternoon and evening, by Prof. Pear
son, the greatest treats of the sea
son. The afternoon Lecture Recital
was given upon Paul Lawrence
Dunbar, and the evening recital
was devoted to James Whitcomb
Riley. , ,
It is to be regretted that such
talent did not draw a larger crowd,
especially at the low admission
price. For the few who were there,
at both entertainments were moved
to tears and laughter by the splen
did selections, and unusually fine In
terpretations of the lines by Prof.
Pearson, who is considered the finest
interpcrter of poetry, prose and dia
lect, in the United States. ,
Preliminary to the after recital.
Mrs. W. A. Cline played several
beautiful piano solos, and in the
evening Mrs. Harry Heap sang, ih
her most delightful manner and Miss
Irene Wells pleased her audience,
as always, with selections on the
violin. She was assisted by Mrs,
Darrow. This is the first of a scr
ies of high class entertainments the
Monday Club has planned to give.
Mr. and Mrs. William G. Loss en
tertained at dinner last Tuesday, cv
eniug. Covers were laid for eight,
the K'K-'St besides the host and hos
tess being. Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Hugh
es, Miss Vcrlc Weaver and Mr.
Mrs. John Robinson entertained
Friday -afternoon with a very, pleas
ant sewing, party, the occasion be
ing tlic 'blrthday anniversary of Mr.
Robinson's mother, Mrs. B. Robin
son. AniQUg those present were:
Mrs. W. B, Clark, Mrs. h. G. Sharp
neck, Mrs. Win. Lloyd, Mrs. P A.
Johns, Mrs. L. E. Hesla, Mrs. Allen
Love, Mrsr T. M. Jones, Mrs. 1. J.
Marks, Mrs. W. E. Paul.' Mrs. K G.
Brccht. Mrs. Henry Sutler, Mrs.
Julia Murphy, Mrs. W. Raiblc. Miss
Bonncll ntul Miss Johns.
Beautiful in every detail was the
luncheon given on Saturday by Mrs.
R. J. Roper In compliment to her
guest Mrs. Hildreth, of Phoenix,
American Beauty roses adorned the
table and were also prettily arrang
ed throughout the home.
The hostess was charmingly as
sisted by Miss Ethel Hale. Other
guests bidden to rthc affair were!
i Mcsdames E. A. Kastner, T. G.
Morris, O. A. Hesla, Maude IlaM
win, Morris Goldwatcr, F. W. Vn.
ter, Herbert Shotwell, E, S, Cl-itt
lid. Block, James Hope, A. W F,i
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n.ililM, J, J. II.IWMIIS, HI, 1J, lla,
iV ' . . , ' J' 'iiiin, I
D. Aitkeu and I-enn Hildreth
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the highest score being m.i,c '
M ri I l.nU'L'in& l it. rt , .. '
trophy was awarded Mrs. Block
Mrs. Hugo Richards returned on
Tuesday after a brief eastern
Mr. Francis Vide was a vi-sitor
in Prescolt fur .1 few ilnvc il... . .
... ..... .. wecu
on his way to New ork, where I.-
Mr. and Mrs. J. Mcltzcr of P0t.
nix are receiving congratuhtionj
upon the birth of a sou. Mrs. Meltz.
er, was before her marriage, MiS1
TO TEST GOOD ROADS
SENTIMENT IN COUNTY
To feel the pulse of the votcn
of Yavapai County regarding a bond
issue to construct highways through
out Arizona to connect county roadi
and render the handling of products
of the farm and mine to railroad
and market centers cheaper, an ex
perimental primary was practically
agreed upon at a joint meeting
Thursday night, of the Chamber
of Commerce, Arizona Good Roadi
Association and the Prcscott Auto
The suggestion came jointly from
R. N'. Fredericks, president of the
Prcscott National Bank and Rcprt
sentative II. II. Linney. In each
town and village in Yavapai County
a representative will be chosen to
obtain signatures of the citizens fav
oring such a bond issue.
At the meeting mentioned, Warren
Smith, of Solomonville, Graliara
County, who was secretary of the
Ocean-to-Occan Highway Associa
tion at Santa Fc, November 11 and
12, made a strong talk for harmony
between the states of California,
Arizona and New Mexico, Mr
Smith holds that the three states
must work in unison to .secure the
construction of the First National
Highway, to be constructed between
New York and Los Angeles, through
these states. Chicago, Detroit, Den
vcr, Salt Lake and San Francisco
have voted large sums of money to
secure the construction fit a high
way from New York to San Fran
cisco through those cities and with
the large population along that pro
posed route, a great deal of influ
ence has already been brought to
bear. Mr. Smith and Secretary
Eraser recounted the affiliation at
Santa Fe between the National Oil
Trails Association and the Ocean-to-Oce.m
Highway Association, Tim
combination greatly Strengthens tht
case for the building of a highway
over the historic Santa Fe trad and
westward through New Mexico, Ari
zona and California. It is the put
pose of the combined association to
make a strong appeal in the South
for the support of the Southern
states and with this added strength
a heavy congressional vote in favor
of the Santa Fc trails route can be
The Arizona Good Roads Associ
ation will use the experimental pri
mary vote taken in Yavapai County,
as a basis through which to reach
the other counties of Arizona for
making a similar experiment imme
diately as the matter of the proposed
bond issue will be put up strongly
to the forth-coming special session
of the Arizona State Legislature.
A committee appointed by l
Arizona Good Roads Association at
a meeting held in Phoenix, Nov I.
to draft suitable resolutions favor
ing such a bond Issue and other mat
ters in the promotion of Good Roads
construction in Arizona, agreed upon
the following as the kind of work
upon which to build such resolu
tions: "1. The early construction of I
system of state highways (.is alf'W
outlined and the connecting of t
several county scats and important
cities with the state highways,
"2. The definite location and
construction of such highways by 1
"3. The cost of such construction
should be by bond issue instead, 0
by direct taxation, with a provision
for retiring bonds at stated lt"r
"4. That permanent maiutenan
shall be provided for by such uirec
taxation as shall be necessary
"5. That we request the state en
gineer to give us data as to tn
cost of completing the present P'0.
posed highways, with the nules
and maps, .,
". That the boards of superu
ors and county engineers Rive
accurate number of milps of roaoi
to be constructed to their court"
lines, connecting one county
with another or with state li"11
"7. And, heartily endorses the f
ly building of a national hlunw"
and favors the co-operation 's".
and nation in its early conduction.
State Engineer Lamar Cobb '
meet the Good Roads Assocln tionj
Committee and every effort win
made, by his help and approxirn '
costs to-be furnished by the ttt
boards of supervisors, to pr?"1"
the Legislature a clean-cut buln
proposal, as affecting the numJJ
of miles and the cost of the "inc
With this accomplished it w noPJ
that a close approximate to tuc
act amount necessary to be issue"
bonds, will be secured.