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3i'lIiKJ.I' 11, 1920
C J. PETERSON
IS FOUND MURDERED
The body of G. J. Peterson, pioneer
f Cochise county was found by de-
miy sheriffs this morning in Ciar-jthe
o.en canyon in the liuachuca xnoun- foun j ln the vari)i aLj after the ma-il'd ho attempted to rob the Hedg
tains followinK a search when thelas ,,roraIe on the ground. twj'Prth ho31 alK)u' "ne o'clock Thurs
aged pioneer had been missing Jor buUt:s wtri! ,irej lnt0 hls back. one Jay morning.
over four days. entering below the shoulder blade j The two n-.en were traveling in a
A report was received at the Slier- ,,,.. tnml m. Ilefv ' Ford car and stopped at the Hedgpeth
office from neighbors mar
Sunnvslde that Peterson, who had
mu ""'""K BOc m""3g claims m
Garden Can.von. had failed to make
his appearance for several das an 1 ,
that foul play was feared. Deputy '
Sheriff Dick Haverty was ordered to'
organize a pjssc and make a search
of the mountains for the mlins man
with the result 'that they came
on his body this morning at the j btH.n crammed into the box and cov
claims, where he evidently had been;erea wjtll an 0id ,,lece of canvass,
dead for four days. Tiie body was j(,ptaja Schneider reports that he
found under a large box near l xlited the house Sanday afternooii
email shed at his lamp. j aI1d found it is about the same coa-
The murder had evidently been aition as tne sheriff did j.-terdav
committed by beating the ictitn wlthj which gives rise to the belief th-t
a blunt instrument as his skull and ! ,,, crime wa committed either la'?
yface were beaten in several places j Friday or Saturday morning. Think-
almost beyond recognition. Ynhe i
ihe reports were meagre it was evl-,
dent that the murderers had com" .
on hinj unsuiecting since there :
were no evidences o! a struggle.
Tho victim was over 75 years ot ,
though he pursued lr.s work on the '
claims every day. and attended to his ,
ranch at Sunnvside on the Wet side
of the Huachucas, where he has liv-l
ed alone for the past 40 years. JHuaihuca this afternoon.
Immediately upon receipt of worlj
from Deputy Haverty. Sheriff Mc-' MEXICAN SECTION
Donald and Deputy Hal Smith left (HAND INJURED
for the scene and will pick up Jus-j This morning at Kairbank a Me.
tice of the Peace Hosue at Turner. can section hand named Juan Ariolc.
The Inquest will be held this after-(Wl ''" !'a(l botl h!s ieZs
noon at the mine and the body will j crushed below the knees when he was
be buried, since mortification had ai-j caught between a handcar and "a
ready set in. according to the re-j Proline peedttr. hi:e at work.
r,nrt i-rrelve.i here. I
Peterson was a welll.nown pioneer ' ecral other Mexicans were order
of the county, having come to Tomb-11 so P"-h the- handcar ahead cor.-
stono over 40 Jears ago, and shortly j
afterwards located a ranc
nch on the
West end of thc Huachucas a few
miles from the Mexican line, where
he has lived alone. He was not
known to have had any enemies who
would take his life and always trav
eled by horseback, coming to Tomb
stone several times a year.
He had many friends among the
pioneers of Tombstone and his foul
murder will be met with regret by
all who knew him.
No reports or clues as to the iden
tity of the murderers or the za
ilve for the deed were received in
Tombstone, but it is presumed that
the work was that of Mexicans froM
across thc line.
WILL SOLVE MURDER BY
FINGER PRINT SYSTEM
Finger prints on j ballot box in
which the victim kept his papers
may be the only method of solving
the foul murder of G. J. Peterson,
aged Cochise county pioneer, whose
body was found yesterday at his
ranch at the head of Garden Canyon.
Sheriff J. P. McDonald who went
out to investigate, following the dis
covery of the body yesterday morning
brought back with him the only evi
dence from which a possible clue may
be obtained. A black ballot box be
longing to the county and whlc'j
Peterson had been holding sine tho
last election, may furnish the iden
tity of the murder of murderers,
since Ihe victim had kept his pa
pers in the box and evidences of
Ireeh finger prints appear on the out
side surface, which the Sheriff will
develop for the purpose of compari
son from suspects, the arrest of sev
eral of whom it is expected will oc
cur today at Fort Huachuca.
Sheriff .McDonald has requested
CapL Schneider at the Fort to make
a careful check of all men who were
absent Friday. Saturday and Sunday,
and their whereabouts will be care
folly checked In, an effort to locate
the assassins. Peterson's ranch Is
about 6 miles from the Fort at the
bead of Garden Canyon, near Sunny
side postoffice, and there is a stron?
suspicion that the murder was com
muted by two or possibly three mea
with robbery as a motive. Contents
of the aged ranchers home were
scattered about the house, although
there were no evidences of a etrus-
I gle either In the house or the jard.
where the crime was committed
Sheriff McDonald reports 'hu' tljc
aged man "was evidently struck from i
rear with an axe. which he 1
An auUmsV will be nerformed at!fc,,ae four mll(?s ""' ' fnter
j.-or; Huachuca tenia in aa effort to
K,ara tne character o:
was fired, which may lead to a clue
as lo whether an army nistol was1"1 "re. with a 4 automatic.
the weapon used. He heard one of the men S3 'He's
Aftr ,he murderers had committed.
ne crime thev disposed of tho bodv i
box 20 inches wide and abou;
up-(three feet deep, the bodv
lnK peteron was out. the Captain .
jjj ROt investigate, but when h;.
fa'leil to appear at his usual haunt's i
fever.il days afterward neighbors
p:n? ,ho aiarni iiich ended in the
fiadiriK o! his body.
Haverty are at present scoir.hg tho,
mu nml e.innns in the vle'mtr nrtoid The child followed Mr Ijmbert
-j-u., bpijv ,jj ,,. ouri,.j
According to reports reaching here.'
necting up with the speedster, and
they said they told their foreman
that Anola was in the way and would
B'-t cought if they went ahead.
's reported to have ordered them 'o
gj ahead and let Arlola get out of
the way. The Mexicans pushed th"
car, they said with the result that
Atiola was taught and had both legs
broken He was removed to the sec
tSECTION FOREMAN GIVES
DETAILS OF ACCIDENT
F O St Clair, sect.on foreman or.
the Tombstone-Fairbank branch of
the E. P. & S. W, this morning gave
out the details of the accident near
Fairbank yesterday, in which a Mex
ican section hand was slightly injur
According to Mr. St. Clair the re
ports brought to Tombstone late yes
terday afternoon by the Mexicans are
untrue, as Anola, the injured mau
suffered no serious injuries, nor in
the manner reported bj the Mexicans
They reported thjt St. Clair had or
dered them to push a hand car and
was told by them that Arlola was in
the way and would be injured, where
upon they claimed, that he replied:
Go ahead and let Ariola get out
of the way."
Tho truth of the matter, accordia
to St. Clair, is that the Mexicans
were riding with him on a gasoline
speedster, and not a hand car, and
upon approaching the depot at Fair
bank another car was encountered
from which a gang of laborers had
just unloaded. The car was standins
and when SL Clair approached with
his car the brake refused to holi
properly and the two collided. Ariola-was
seated in front of St. Clair's
car with his legs hanging down. The
Impact was not of sufficient force
to crush Ariola's legs, as the Mexi
cans reported, as be suffered only a
slight cut, which the attending phy
sician announced would be sufficient
ly healed for Ariola to resume worK
In two days.
NACO CAMP IN SPLENDID
CONDITION, SAYS CAPTAIN
DOUGL-AS, April 9. The United
States army camp at Naco Is ln splen
did condition, Captain C. D. Garrison
adjutant at Arizona district military
headquarters stated! today. Yesterday
he and Colonel Alonio Gray were
there to make an Inspection of gen
FARMER PUTS BULLET
INTO AUTO ROBBER
PHOENIX. April ?. Officers are
searching for two men. ono of whom
a- leas: prjbably i seriously wound
U'.roe: on the Base line road. When I
:-r--' attempted to force an entranc"
!nt0 ,!s house. Iee Hedgpeth open
-e! 'P on hrr'
Thc :her man "stepped on !ier.,j)ol!ar Stope and many other old
a"'' h" Mr ' !B o-cupants mad-
Deputies DeYVIu and Price, who in
veigated the shoo:ir.g Thursday
morning found trace of blood where
the burglar had been shot. They
trailed the car vvitward for several
mile- and then found that it tracks
were obliterated by the heavy trave"
The report of the robbery was not
made nii'll thi-. forenoon.
LITTLE GIRL IS
KILLED BY AUTO
DOCGI.AS, April n Yesterday j
morning at 7 o'clock while bavking i
his automobile our of his garage, a.
el his little daughter, Edna, one vearjl
from the house without his knowl
at Fortife and when she got in the part
I of the moving car the sound of the
engine dronned out any faint cries
she may have made The wheels
ran over the little girl's head and
death was instantaneous.
The body of the child was taken to
the Ferguson mortuary and this aft
ernoon :t will be laid at rest in Cal
vary cemeter.v. Mr l.ambert, who is
a foreman at the Calumet & Arizona
smller. i overwhelmed with crief
because of the tragic doth of his
SUCCUMBS TO PNEUMONIA
The ad news was received
Tombstone this afternoon from Doug
las of the death of Mrs. Mary Howell
well known and hichly esteemed pio
neer of Cochise county
Death occurred this morning at th?
Slaughter ranch in the Chiricahua
mountains, where the aged pioneer
was making her home with her daugh
ter, Mrs. John Slaughter She con
tracted a severe cold several days
ago which developed into pneumonia,
and the advanced age and feebleness
of the pioneer lady shortened the
battle between life .fnd death.
She Is survived by her daughter.
Mrs Slaughter, and a son. Mr
James Howell, formerly cashier of
the First National Bank of Tombstone
now residing in Douglas, both of
whom were at the basled when deatn
relieved the sufferings of the feeble j
patient, who had passed the age of
Mrs. Mary Howell :s a pioneer of
Tombstone, having resided here la
the early days, when It took strong
and brave hearts to brav the vicissi
tudes, of the west. She has many
friends in Tombstone who have
known her for the past twenty-five
or thirty years, and who will b3
deeply grieved to learn of the passing
of another Cochise county pioneer.
The body is in charge of the Ferg-j
son Vndertaking company of Douglas
and will be shipped to Tombstona
Monday. The funeral will be conduct
ed Immediately following the arrival
of the remains.
Tombstone's pioneer friends of tho
esteemed lady will pay their last res
pects in a body while the sympathy
of the community will go forth to
the bereaved children.
CAMPBEL AND BENNETT
MAKE INSPECTION TOUR
PHOENIX, April 9. Governor
Campbell, accompanied by Clayton
Bennett, newly appointed citizen
member of the board of directors of
state institutions, left Wednesday
noon for a tour of Inspection whicn
will Include the state prison and the
Industrial school ai Fort Grant. In
view of the fact that ha has Just re
turned from a trip covering the same
ground, II. S. Ross, state treasurer,
the third member of the board did
not accompany the governor.
WOMEN VISIT HISTORIC
Yesterday Tombstone was vlsltej
by a motorcade of distinguished wom
en from all parts of the state, who
are members of the Borderland Ex
cursion conducted by the Phoenix
Chamber of commerce
The ladles came over from Blsbei
headed by .Mrs. A. K' tw and Mrs.
Abercramby, and spent the afternoon
v-Kitlng the old landmarks and talt-
Ing in the historic points of interest
about the city.
They were taken to view the old
Modcc Stage. Scbeffelin's Monument.
the Ilird Cage Theater, the Million
landmarks of piinccr days, of which
they had heard so much and were
de!rous of seeing, to the extent that
a side trip -was pHnned from P.lsbfe
They returned to HIsbee late in the
afternoon, having enjoyed their stay
in the only Tombstone and an oppor
tunity to view the relics of the chiK
hnod davs of thc Haby Sta'e.
Among those In the party were.
Mrs. Robert Hunter. Mrs. Minnie
Ware. Mrs. Uuther A. Creed. Mrs.
Claud Conveise Itly. Mr.s. Krnest
Munson. Mr Otcar Chri-topher Ilart-
left. Mrs. Alma M. Lowe, Mrs. C. It.
Greene. Mrs. Hoy Neblctt, Mrs.
Thomas Kmmet FiUsimrnons, Mrs.
- oulse Pre eland, Mrs. H. C. Locket:.
Mrs. K N Moorehiad. Mrs. K. Y.
Patton. Mrs. Fred Huck. Mrs Henry
Uasurtz. Mrs. jm simms of Phoenix.
Mrs. Isidor Colodny, Mrs. iouis It.
Michen, Mrs. Chester Franklin Mo-
yee, Mrs C K. Powell of Florence;
Mrs James Hudson, .Mrs. C. A. Itobin
son of Peoria; Mrs. Frank C. Curtis,
of Casa Grande, Mrs. Chester Albert
Warren, of Kingman; Mrs G. P.
Light, of Mesa; Mrs. D. II. Iloyl,
Mrs. James W. Smith of Villco.x,
Mrs. 3. V. Scott, of Warren; Mrs.
John William F. Smith, Mrs. Allie
Wilson. Mrs. William ltrakefield,
Mrs. Charles W. Allen Mrs. John
ISowen, Mrs. E. I. Flannigan, Mrs.
J. J Jones of Uisbee.
QUESTION OF OBTAINING
MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT
IS NOW UP TO COUNTIES
PHOENIX. April f'. State Engi
neer Thomas Maddock has placed in
the hands of the boards of supcrvl
sors of the various counties one of
the most important matters to come
up in the history of the state high
Under the provisions of the Kahn
bill. Arizona can avail itself of an
unlimited quantity of highway equip
ment at a cost of from 16 to 33 per
cent of its actual value, providing the
various boards of supervisors will en
dorse a resolution sent out by the
state engineer which will authorize
him to order from the government'
supply of highway equipment, ma
terials and machinery to be paid out
of the counties' 73 per tent fund.
The only possible source of funds to
pay for this equipment is the stale
73 per cent fund, the control of whlcn
of vested jointly with the boards of
supervisors and the state engineer.
It is pointed out in thc resolution
proposed by the state engineer that
the Arizona highway department has
an exceptional opportunity to secure
much needed road machinery and ma
terial at one fifth actual value.
The resolution suggests that "tho
board of supervisors hereby approve
of the state engineer ordering from
the United States government such
materia! and machinery as can be
secured and handled by expending not
to exceed one-third of said county's
.73 per cent portion of the state 73
per cent fund."
It is further recommended In the
resolution that the next state legis
lature appropriate funds to reimburse
the state road tax funds for expen
ditures made In securing this ma
chinery and materiaL
EL PASO TRADE
TUCSON, April 3. Notice that the
El Paso chamber of commerce has de
cided to cancel its proposed annuel
excursion through the Southwest this
year was received by the traffic de
mtment of the Southern Pacific
3sterday. The chamber announce:!
it has given up the plan of staging
the trip for the present although
there was a possibility of the excur
sion being revived later.
DECISION OPENS BIG
, RANGE TO SHEEP MEN
PHOKMX. April 9. Joe M. Rom
ero and II. Somero yesterday weic
found not guilty by Ju Ige Stanford i:i
the superior court on a charge of
sheep trespassing The decision will
materially affect all future cases o.
this nature. The case was tried wita
out a jury to test the statute Invoi"-
ing the movement of heep at more'.-ald to have bea ti'ei from the
than 3 miles a day over a cattle rang! ;:a-e h.rbwaj d"par;men: supplies at
Judge Stanford found where sheen
have been herded on a rattle range
Jjr ears without protect from tbd
cattlemen the statute In legard to
thilr movement d.ie- not applj.
This. It is stated, will tend to set
tle a long dispute between the tattb-
men and the h- p inn of the ta:tjny office ,n iuit.Jtint- proscution. , in ;Jdlt.t.a u the atct 1 ridges
and, It is declared, will open all the; street r.iinrs in circulation yester-ci::Er SS-H-l :-:i t-eiLi, joa'trucKd,
district between Cave creek and the i day w-re to :1s'' effect that Hurley!or re at-ju: to le The T utpo
new ltiver to the heep men This
has heretofore been considered an ex-
elusive range but testimony in h?
cae on trial brought out that sheep
have been on the rante since 137
without protest fro'n the cattlemen. jHtll Sprinrer, a fcciT emplcj" of the
' stale hirhway d"pa:mnt.r who H
JOE DAVIS DERANGED WHEN j said to have been re-por.sb:e for
HE SLASHES OWN THROA;the uelivery of tt- cetr.e:iit and ba--MIAMI.
April &-ThaJ Joe Davr-. ' !y to Hurley.
1'. who died at the Mlaml-Inspira-
lion hospital shortl after o'clock
last evening, came to his death by his
own hands while "mentallv deranged' '
was the finding of a coroner's jurv
followlng an inquest conducted
an inquest conducted byipartmniit which h handed Springe.-,
je,oroner t.. ti. .vict-acnrcn mis a;;er -
noon in Miami.
Death shortly followed the elf-ii-'
flicted slash in Davis" throat, accord-1
Ing to the testimony of Dr. Slaughter
who was summoned to attend Davis
immediate! following his actioa
which occurred at the home of his
brother, Charles Davis, in Turkey
Mrs. Charles Davis, sis-erinlaw of
the dead man testified that he acted
unusually peculiar vesterday after-
noon. She sail that she tried :o
pacify him and assure him that he
was mistaken in the hallucination
that "everyone was trying to kill
him" as he had repeatedly remarked,
'He was sitting in a chair"' Mr'.;
Davis testified, "when suddenly I sav(
him draw a knife from his pocket,
open it and drive it into his throat jaad m the heat of the fray, Johnson
as he rose to his feet Immediately t js tald to have j-rle-1 O'lt a pock-.:
a large stream of blood spurted forth.l knife -vi'.h v.hkh he :abbed his an-
GLOBEITES STAGE -PLAY- i
FUL GUN FIGHT
MIAMI, April 9 On- Kudolfo
Meadevel, a resident of Globe, is ad
dicted to plavfal methods of express
ing his good humor As a result of
his practical jokes, one friend G. G.
Flores, is in the coun'y hospital with
a bullet hole thruugli his right fore
arm. Another friend Tederico Rodri
guez, is receiving medical treatment
at his home tor a nasty knife slash
across his kidnes and still another
friend, name unknown, Is being treat -
ed for a gunshot wound in his arm
Following this practical joke, Meade
v ,,... ,... .-v.,.,,. ,i
several deputies a merry chase over
the hills, and is now a prisoner ir
Ithe county jail.
Rudolfo's humorous tendencies first
came to the attention of the author.
ties when the sheriff's office was no
tified by telephone that a man hai
been shot. An investigation ended in
the discovery of Flores in a house or.
Santee street, attempting to rtauncit
the flow of blood from a wound In his
arm When questioned by the officers
he Informed them that a friend of his
and he had been "playing together"
and that In the course of the fun a re
volver was accidentally discharged.
A little later the unknown was
found. This man. also a Mexican was
carrying a painful wound In his arm
evidently caused by a bullet. He, too
stubbornly Insisted the wound htd
been inflicted while he and Rudolf
had been cutting up together but neg
lected to explain where and how- hi
had accumulated an enviable "bun."
About this time Tederico appeared
Tederico lacked a sense of humor and
was inclined to harbor resentment
against Rudolfo who had inflicted on
the former a deep slash across the
back. The wounded man swore to a
complaint charging his little play
mate with assault with a deadly weap
on. Picking up the trail where he left
the house, the sheriff trailed the fu
gitive through the hills for two hours
before the man was run 'to earth.
CEMENT AND BARLEY
pitr ;r-r cor triii i
IN PHOENIX FRIDAY
PHOENIX. April 9, Harry Hur
lev, -on of a prominent family o!
thi, oil, will stand tr.al in the
superior court here today on a
charge of (.rand larceny in connec
tion Trlta the alleged theft of hug J
lUJLii:!e of ctnient and barley.
The inglnal complaint was laid
by AMora General Jone?, marking
th- fir-; time In the criminal his
torv of the --tate that the attorney
g-nrar office ha -een fit to so
)vr the btad of the county attor-
a -urfrife by turnin?
:a:e' 'vliii-iiCt Thse rumors coald
not b venfitd. though it was admit-ja
ted that if they proved correct, it
will throw th bunlen of blame o:i
Tcm MadJoek, state e:;iner, has, B1SBES -rrcd Sat'.ej. Dr. N .;,
be-n called m- a w'tns.. and i-' Bledsoe. J J $o.e.n, I'hilo Halli-lt.
ec-d to tell what he kn-w of ' v. H. iliopi.y, It L. ttourat Jas..
tre transact!' s. hu he dt-coverei Hnder'O;. Ja-rtb Valley h V
it, and ci th- discharge from the ! jshatt-jck. J. C. S Adair.s, if. II. Chili;,
. I .
:wn - n ts" latter admitted to nun
'that he hai "loaned" certain sup-j
pin s to Hurlev wi-h the understand
ing tiat th-y .vere to be returnvl!
m tne near future
-cn, Frar.V B"risc-, ". A Ovf-ior"",
"COPPER HILL LAD in a. fl&rk. Gr H. Klly, i'l Sinylf,
STUBBED BY PLAYMATE ,j. ji. Spjrks, t A Bithari ea, A iY.
MIAMI. Apr;! ; Graver Hughee. Ig:;.,
In tears of ace, w.,s s-abbe.l and .-e- FxlRB'.NXS A L Hfr.T.
verelv wounded at Coppr Hill this' Mc"CL T J Le.sr.-i
morning by Hastus Johnson, a boy TOMBSTONE K E imK A 't.
about the axe are, according to
j complain made to the sheriff by the'w. T Boyd, Guy Wel.ti, Fi. A.
parents of the wounded boy. Younj Hughes. , c Karf-r
Johnson was taktn info custody this 'WII-I.COX Henry A MoifE, '.-('id
i afternoon, and will probably be a'-1 fulcum. C O Mide-en- H 0. Parks,
jraign-d in the juvenile court in th! c ji Rot-rts. D. A Adan-
c to what can be learned
of th- affair, the bov
.vere fighting, j
tagonist. thrusting the knife blade up
jo the hilt in Hughes' leg The affair
was witne-'-d by soeral other boys
whose accounts of the f ght differ.
Th- wounded joath was rushed to
his home where he was riven medical
, . . .. . . , 1
treatment. I: is said that his wound
.... , i
is not s-r!ou. though deep and veryj
. , , , . ., ,
painful, an I h was greatly -veaken-
ed from In" .f blood
Late Chief of Field Division Genera!
1 i a,i jff ,
J i.h0n3 jmi ' p o. Box Z2i
j g. JJ. GIBBS, Lawyer
1 Ph)sician's Bldg, 123 V. Monrce,
. Cf.nfraj prictite: County Sute and
' Federal Courts Specializing Land
acd Mining, State and Federal Depts
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
At Phcenis, Arizona, State of Arizona
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that the
State of Arizona, under the provi
sions of the Act of Congress, approv
ed June 20th, 1S10, (3C Stats, 337),
has filed in this' office Its School
Indemnity Land Selections app'in
to select as indemnity th- land des
cribed as follows:
3657-0433CS: la T. 19 S, K 24 S,
Lot 1, SEV4NEU; E'iSE'4; Sec 1,
t is s., R. 23 e., sxw;; swu;
343-043775: In T 2 S, R. 23 E
N'i Sec. 29.
3C44443777; In T. II S, R. 22 E,
IViiW'i; SE4SW;; SWUSE'i;
Sec. 13. In T. 13 S, R. 21 E.,
NW'4NE4 Sec. 24.
(G & S. R. SI.)
Daring the five weeks period of
publication of this notice or any
time thereafter and before final ap
proval and certification this office
will "receive protests or contests a:
to any of the tracts applied for anl
transmit the same to the General
Dated at Phoenix, Arizona, March
CHAS. E. MARSHALL, Register.
SCOTT WHITE, Receiver.
Date of first publication March 28,
Date of last publication April 25,
1920. .... -r.
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Ph e:i-.tblo., HS irll; I os
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UM.-J roiiile fjtdt for unproo u.ent
of por'.fSn of ii.lst loutt.
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!d p'oject, miuiiij; ttii j?r.
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l.ighv.ayj. (( iiuies, 'Itntv u.ltK
c2btri. 'd a flat' tabu. y, IJ
miles rdj for 'onMruriicn: bcuil ii
suees asd ftl -a" : i '.i Zitl miles
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lit a,les, iirij! i-Micg ccjrfpl
tloo aail rreliiDjci'ry wet. !a;t'd. ,
brid?& nd tts Ania
Umjkeje are Ijjw tcicj, tl..hl' at
probable (,r c; jj(,c,'.'0 llotb fstruo
:u--s were e,-K.!ily il.-.iiare-l by
The fjllowitg are, the '.n.OBa del.-.
gates at the Hot i'pnr, (iwi,llto;.
Cccn it Coun:
BENSON C O Uet;. ... Y
ringhaai, C". W Allen, I...; J.-KOvk!:.
j, Ko--.l.. Gr-M VrnM.
HOWIE an 'f. Mtltnr.
lon.LAS- "D, V D'K-ilt.
11 A. ,
'l'ackarl. J..ra' !', "V H.
a'Garclner. "5V G Gilmo'e J.N Galr.es,.
ST DAVID J S Mern-i
GARCES G J. MeC?l
OLD SFAMEri TRAIL
(Conlirmul limn Paie C'i.e)
ing th- Bc-rdtixlaid I-rin f,l v.ii to
San D.-o. icto a .standard liikliw.v
i all the j; ncrots and a1 -i evi
dence of rOO cikt t! it, tit may
'only !d that the ton '-ce frcin i.1
1 Pa-o to Phoeniz. S43 ic-i i.e:ayei!
43 mile-s an hour nnJ timh of faveit
highway tnd standard bsiit :ojI li
beint' addrd tc this in;je..p- iccnltilr.
I In tOEclu.ling thi, in li-: article.
jon the Oid Spanish Trail. 1 sm! to
. imaress cton the bai2le:t it ec.ni-
xnerce and automobile or;,iaiiat.2.
the great advantage !bit vil! e mnp
to them by keeping the Old Si-aiiinh-Trail
a-oc:ation con'lantly aiid j r
rv'nently isentioned in all tbeir li
'eratuxe because it is ine o.e l.e-s:
publicity bet of all the nu;iias
ENCOURAGING OUTLOOK IN
SULOHUH SPRINCS VLIEY
IL'cntinafl from l.t- elstl
ovners prefer to awa.t re ?e.:cpin &!
efore rr.akir-g strenuoas Hurts to
fell. As bz.y tar 1 c.n u(.efulry
raised in the open tectiois of thai,
region in seasons vhe.n rains sert
plentiful, it is felt that a large part
of the valley could be r.nil.taMy
(cultivated for that crop. Tbe (er
tility of the. soil is deuionstrat-d b
Jthe liberal s-rops of corn. Valfi",
maize, and bevans new prt.dje.ed, t)
say nothing of the infaririg tiuunt
of truck farming.
MINER SHOOTS LCUIS
ALEERS: IS ARRESTED
(Continueel from Page Oiie)
and climbed in
He made no "etatemect rcgarrtiiK
he cause of the trouble Letween
him and Sebro.
COCHISE G. O. P. M.EETS
IN DOUGLAS MONDAY
DOUGLAS, April 10. Republican
of Cochise county will have a t-ig ge.l-
together meeting at Douplas cl Mon-
Iday. The meeting has been calley!
by T. J. Leenon, county chairman
and republicans from all over tho
county are expected. There will bo
a dollar dinner in tte e,rtDiig at
which Coventor Thomas & Cau(lIl
will be the gaest-cf-henor. '"
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