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tolas a aupn 'or a r 41) truftgíi sell tkass. 1 ra
kM&Jrí i he Tonto Dam.
ft ';: P Davis, of the geological
iiTvfcv supervising- engineer of the
s government irrigation work in the
W st, has been in and out of Globe
. severa 1 times during the week
Tae constructoin of the Tonto
dam will engage the greater por
tion of h -5 tin u nil the gigant c
project is completed. Mr. Davis1
headquarters are in Phoenix, but
lie will have, to make frequent
trips to reservoir site, passing
, through Globe on his way in and
Mr. Davis stated that while
word has not yet been received of
the final approval of the Tonto
project by Secretary of the Inter
ior Hitchcojk, there was no doubt
of the determination of the gov
ernment to engage in this work,
as the first great undertaking,
offering the best chances of suc
cess, under the national irrigation
Already there is a force oi on
hundred men emplo3red in road
making, which is to be increased
to one hundred and fifty within the
next twj weeks. Bids are being ad
vertised for furnishing and erect
ing steel and timber mill build
ing for Portland cement plant,
requiring about eight)r tons of
btructrual steel and iron, on Sale
, river, at the month of Tonto
creek. Bids are also invited for
the construction of the telephone
from the reseryoir site to Phoenix.
The first importrnt work to be
started will be the construction of
the power canal sixteen miles in
length the contracts for whicn
will probably be let by November
1. This will be a costly piece of
work and will require about eight
months for its completion.
Construction of the dum will not
begin until a year from next Sep
tember or October, or until after
" the. summer rainy season. By
that time the electric power plant
will have betn installed and the
cement work will be in operation.
. It is apparent from the mag
nitude of the enterprise that . n
orinous quant' ties of maU'ri 1
and supplies of v r o us Kinds vi 1
be required to be brought in
during the period of construction,
which will not be less than four
years. For example, Mr. Davis
has stated that 15,0:)'),0()0 pounds
of fuel oil will be needed and ap
proximately the same amount f
groceries iron and steel, and other
supplies. As before staled in
these COlumilS, every pound Ot Th -p'mpleot remedy for Indigestion, conatlp.
1 tloa. u liouKnesfl and the many ailments arising
-fr-ckifY-Ui frr fl-io 'lVnf- in- from . disordered stomach, liver or borreU in
iv. u.iv. F'vr' Rlpanii Tabules. They have accomplished rro-
. , i mi i dors, and their timely aid removes the necesiity
mUSt paSS thru (.jlObe- of calling a physician for many little ills that be-
. TT- 1 1 , o mankind. They ko straight to the seat of th
ICnPMneer LvOUlS (J. Hill. WllO trouble, relieve the distress, cleanse and our tho
0 affected pans, and Klvo the system a general toa-
ing up. The Five uent packet is enourn ror an or
dinary cocasion. Tbe family bottle.
has been stationed in Colorad
for some time past, arrived here
last night enroute to the reser
voir site to personally superin
tend the work, under the
direction of Mr. Davis. Silver
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