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THE EPITAPH
The Weekly Tombstove Epitaph
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VOLUME XXXIV
TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA-SUNDAY, AUGUST 30 1914
No 39
ITALY ON VERGE OF WAR WITH AUSTRIA
GERMANY SUFFERING BIG REVERSES
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UNITED GENERAL AGENCY
K. 1 MARVIN. Sales Manager
P. O I'-oi 33 St. DauJ, Aurora
StocV KooJ
Ilardvaie pectalurs
of All Kinds
GtOCtTK
Drj Goods
Will Paper
Linoleums
I'ainU an 1 VamiAes
Agency for
?taliunalMcam
Ircsjre Canning
1 actotie
Automobile
Imperial Caroline
llatirons
Mens and IVjy Clothing
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Indian Hot Springs and Sanitaria m
FORT THOMAS, GRAHAM COUNTY, ARIZONA.
A noted resort for hea'th ami pleasure. 2.00 to S3. OX) per day.
Twenty, minutes rule from Hot Sorinns station. Tbo wonderful
waters aro recommended to cure Rheumatism, Gout, Dropsy, Liver,
Kidney and siomicb troubles. Large p'nnga and swimming pool.
THE BEST OF HUNTING AND FISHING AT ALL TIKES.
Alexander Bros., Proprietors
Holding Them Up!
The Meat Tru3t may hold up the
prices of meats, but we hold up the
quality. ,Ve won't buy wbat is
not first class. We insist on the
best, because ,our customers must
have lull value.
Whatever You May Want
We Will Supply to You
Ai.d it shall be all that could be
expected in the way of QUALITY.
We invite you to call at our shop
or phone No. 65, and prompt at
tention will be jauven to your
order, delivered at your door
McCargo Gl Preston
Successors to C. L. dimming
Cost lets than half aj much as the
milk raised calves. Increase
jour promts by using
Blatchford's Golf Meal
Tk petiett mllsT sabal
tow BertMsK- A
lor (ret book. "How to
ftllse Cilrcf ltko9t
milk." YorBiea&4if-
OUR SPECIALTIES
High grade garden
(lower and field seed.
Perlection Hen Focd
Perfection Chick
Food.
Perfection Masb.
Cotton Seed Product.
Rock Salt.
Hay and grain;
Stock and poultry
remedies
Orders Filled Promptly
WRITE FOR CATALOG
W. D.
El Paso
Wise a Co.
Texas
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TAILOR A SHOE SHGPt
X Fred NtisibaurnerTrcp.
Ladies, Mens' Suits Cleaned, Tressed ,
and altered Shoe Repairing A I
A Next to I'ostofcce, Tombstone, Ariz (
0. K. Liueiy Barn
Mere Goon. Prop
Kifs or team to hire for light or
beay haalin at way time
Haroess and Shoe Shop In Connrcuoa
ANOTHER BATTLE ON NORTH SEA IS IMMINENT TODAY
RUSSIANS HAVE GROSSED
VISTULA RIVER INTO GERMANY
AND ARE MARCHING INLAND
LONDON. August 29. The British in northeastern
France have been driven back to a new line. The Germans
are holding Cambrai, it is stated today, according to dis
patches to the London Express aud The Daily Mail. A
Paris dispatch to the Times, however, asserts that the Eng
lish had advanced to th- Belgian line to meet the enemy,
h is reported that the Belgians are engaging the Germans at
AfoUii-ias- Itis believed they are about to attack- Brussels,
LONDON, August 29. Another Anglo German naval
engagement in the North Sea is believed to be impending
today. The announcement of another defeat of thb Kaisers
naval forces is taken to mean that the British Empire has
Uiken themselves to the tak of driving out and demoraliz
sng the enemy.
LONDON, August 29 Thrown into panic b the ap
proach of the Russians, the citizens of Bantzig. have begun
o show anti-foreign demonstrations
ST. PETERSBURG, August 29. Despite the German
resistance, the foreign office today announced the occupation
by the Russians of Allensteiu, Prussia.
PEKIN, August 29. The Japanese landing of Troops
at Kiau Chau was prevented today by heavy German shelling
according to advices received here. It is beleived that the
Japanese will not have much difficulty in taking the outer
forts and blockading ships in the harbor.
HULL, England, August 29. Two cruisers searching in
the North Sea today lor mines were blown up and the entire
crews lost.
THS HAGUE, Holland, August 29. Though the Ger
man cavalry is reported to be operating on French soil from
Lille almost to Cambrai on the south, the allies are still hold
ing the invaders back, it is stated.
BERLIN (via Amsterdam), August 29. l'lie war office
announced the German defeat ot the Russians near Allen-
stetn. that the Oerman defense is becoming defective is the
assertion had along with the statement that the Russians had
been checked.
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destruction ol Ijuvaine, were vigorously offensive again today.
11 is reported me attempt was mane 10 cue me uermaus on
from communication. Already Germany ha3 been forced to
withdraw 40,000 men from Belgium.
TROUBLE LOOKED
POR AT NACO
GEN. GALLES REPORTED CAMPED
AT DEL RIO, WITH OVER 2500
MEN AWAITING CONFERENCE
NACO, Ariz August 29. It is rumored here on the
American side today that in case the negotiations now on in
Nogales, Sonora, between Generals Villa and Obregi n with
Gov Maytorena to adju;t the situation, fighting is liable to be
begun here immediately. Gen Calles. military commander
of the constitutionalists, who is encamped at Del Rio, near
Cananca, it is reported on reliable authorit), has issued orders
to all ranchers of the district to have horses ready in cafee
they are called upon. It is known here that between 2500
and 2700 men are in camp at Del Rio and most of these are
mounted. Gen Hill who was sent down to adjust matters is
not here today. It is believed that he is also at Nogales.
BERLIN, August 29. The war office has ordered that
the Russian advance in Germany must be checked immedi
ately. Confidence is expressed in Berlin that the German
troops will hold the Czar in check.
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A15AYER . CHEMIST
A. L. Pellegrin
Totwtt V- Aar-
Protnpt, careful personal attention to
all work
17 S. Stone Atc Tucson, Ariona.
Trips made to any cint in the county
at any time. Call or phoae
Phone 7a Tombstone. Arui.
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ST. PETERSBURG. August 29. The Russians occu
pied the important city of Komsburg today. The Germans
have taken refuge in the citadell where they are isolated. The
entire Russian forces have crossed the Vistula river. Ihe
Germans had declared that the Russians could not cross the
"Vistula, but the Russians are shoving their way across just as
they had planned, and as announced.
ROME. August 29.Under heavy pressure the Italian
irnimrninpnt ic clmvlv nrnfrPSsincT fnumrrl; vaar. Tli npnnl
angered by the Austrian mobilization on the frontier, are de
manding immediate action by the government. iNewspaprs
are demandine an Austrian explanation. It is rumored that
an ultimatum to Vienna is near, The foreign office has
insisted that Italy remain neutral. It is certain that no aid
will be lent Germany or Austria. Such a move would be
revolution. Public feeling has reached a high pitch.
PARIS, August 29 The routing by the Russian
cavalry of thiee squadrons of Gfrmans near Peterhon is
announced by the French war office late thisafternooD.
ANOTHER
BILLY DEL
BRIDGE LETTER
The fnllnwinc ij ncother Delbridsc
letter tn the Bisbee Ore, and eu-ske
wonders (or tbe big valUy:
"We left Ccchi-ewith many a hand
clasp wisntDg u success. Arriving
at Fearoe stemet Bill Qobring, old
time Bisbeeite, and le't at borne at
once. Meeting Jnage .MonmoDier
shortly alter, tbe genial gentlemen
kind!) introduced u to a number ol
well kcown tesidentf. Toe people are
loyal to Pearce and expect the loin
to comrnf ose producing asain soon.
About 30 cr 40 men wire retained, so
tbey let! tbatit is lar better than it
might have been.
"Thfejr have a splendid up to date
nlant contistine of a mill, boilt and
power plant that will yet make Pearce
ham.
"Walking along we met Tango
Johnson. Saje Tango lo Billy, how
are yonT Says Billy to Tango, I'm
fine. "Says Tango to Billy, we're for
yfu, from San Simon South lo tbe line.
"Do you set me? Jfuff ssid.
"Mr GalUglier said ' there are ro
mrny politicians oround we tie our
dogs in the tck yrd (or fear they
will bark tbemsehea to death.
We went to the Light distrj" next
day to sire, np be vallsy and find
oat what manner o' pople we had
building up this end ol tr-e county.
Ynn ahr.nld have been aloof. Alter 16
mile over a road that would be de
cet I if the supervirors would just
send a few eslvsniied culverts out
there, we arrived at tbe store, saw
among others Hi . Farwell. old time Lo
ll blacksmith. He is doing well
and putting up nsw shop. Stop
ping 1 Mr Jordan's place we sw a
real silo. It was tte firet we bad
seen. It is 12 feet in diameter atd
27 feet 1 igb, will feed 35 bead ff
stock this winter. Profit $20 per
bead. This i just a little side iesue
for p.cket mony. Mr Jordan has
p5 acres under cultivation and does
not irrigate. At Mr Hand's place we
Joined a group under tbe shale who
were leisurely deyucring a stefrmela
on, ssy' Talk abont your me'onr
We really were ashamed of ourselver.
The crrps were fine, peaches ga'o:e,
melons, corn, etc. All w.thout imz
tion . Stopped with H U Williams
over night. A fine adobe boute, yet
unfinished, built from adobes made on
the ground, tells the story of cheap
homes and tberrost comfortable.
'Beans, cane, Kaffir corn, etc , were
all growing fine. Williams said, "no
mire hot stopes for rae." Walking
across to his neighbor, Mr Boyd, t.
very fine fe'low from Texep, we cross
ed a 45 acre field of Kaffir corn that
waved resplendent in ihe sunshine as
far as the eye could see. About feet 3
bieh and thick as could b. No irri -
ga'ion. We met Geo, Simpson, one
tirre a Bisbee miner He has 80
acres of beans, looking fine. Smiling
like a basket of cbips was George and
doing well.
"O S Pratt has about 150 acres
cultivated Corn, beans. He, with
hogs and stock roaming aruund, that
to'd the story of success order care
ful management. O D Clapp bat
about 300 aeres cultivated. 150 or
mo-e ol beans that are clean and fine.
Real money rolls in from crops like
the e. W L Frisbie has 55 of beans.
Frank Geers 100, aside from other
crop".
"Fred Williams, school teacher is
plauting trout in bis pend and rais
ing crops as well. Everywhere these
people are working and developing
tbe district and I ringing Cochise to
the front. They are a credit to any
ermrouni'y."
BILLY DELBRiDGE.
GOV. HUNT AP
PROVES FENCE
ON BORDER
A Phoenix dispatch says:
At the request ot the Live Stock
Ssnitar) board. Governor Hunt has
l ii ed in tbe movement tn have the
gosdrnmeut build a barbed wiro fence
along the internatiooal border, ea,t
and west o' Nogales to prevent the
importation of tick iifected Mexican
cattle.
Ihe government today received a
long letter from Sam B Btadner, sec
retary ot the beard detailing thecon-
d tion tbtt exist It appears that
number ol cattle have bten smuggled
across the line of late, in violation of
tbe law requiring ihe dipping of im
po fed cattle. Their brands show
that they came from districts in Mexi
co infected with cickf. At great ex
pense tbey are now Leing collected
and returned to their original owner.
Upon receipt of the communication
Irom Secre'ary Bradner, Gov. Hunt
wrote the department of agriculture
urging tuat a fence be built along tbe
border.
SPECIAL LAND
AGENT HERE
ON BUSINESS
T. B. Lsngford , srecisl agent for
the department of agriculture with
headquarters, at Phoenix was (inarm
al in Tombstone today accompanied by
his wife. Mr Landlord is on a mission
involving several bomettead entries in
the Sulphur Springs valley and will
be here for several day.
CITY TAXES
COMING IN
RAPIDIY
The tn roll f .r tbe City of Tomb
stone, as turned over to City Clerk
Woolery by City Assessor Hughes for
the year 19il shows the valuation of
property placed at $477,70.1 52 Ex
emptions were made to 'be extent of
$101,841, thereby I aviog a balance cf
$375,923 52 total property valuation
on which taxes are collectable at 1
percent on tbe valuation.
Tbe date taxes become delii quent
is September 15, and judging from tbe
ay eolhetioos are coming in to Tax
Collector Bravin it is thought that the
dIir quent list will be vi ry low. Last
year tbe delinquent list amounted to
less lhan $100, which ts certainly a
good showing. Collector Brsvin re
ports property owners as paying op
nicely, tbe people not wishing tn have
tneir names go to the delinquent lift.
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