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"" il I iii : tftstafc THE EPITAPH 92 60 nit rax v It published eTEryfinndT, and eon tains all the news ol the week a it appears in The Daily Phospectok- Subscibe Now Swwf.?" rsz Epitaph PoblUhfrd every Sunday, will gjve all SS5"-,ll,l"w toan-d- '8XJISJTAY One Year For $2.50 ITIOTV ksAlSiHAhWV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA-SUNDAY, JANUARY 17, 1915 No. 12 li fl IpMllrattSi' -1 IDWMWJijm L VOLUME XXXV ri h 1 m I s-. .-. .. iw. Phone 248. Howe Jewelry Co. Manufacturing Jewelers. AH quality of Goods and Work Guaranteed. Stone Cutting, Mount ing and Fine Watch Repairing. Try Us. WE SOLICIT YOUR MAIL ORDERS Main Street, Bisbee, Arizona LOS ANGELES SUPREME Ei ADMITS FAIL UR CURUPHOLD "ICYCLE" ROUTE! ARIZONA LAW That Borderland Route The "Only All Year 'Round" Route Is Says Injured Man May Tes tify for Himself and Physician may not ,v-rvv wmvviMvTfMpiMnwfi iiitir iiiiiriirn in tut rm-riii iminiti niinnr oiiit I mt nitiAfXtintu iu int m m mtim uamAut ami A Choice Cut Pills know right Ol meat i s better thanj medicine, and pepsin are for those who do not how or what to eat. A. man is all when his stomach is all right. Stomach comfort and satisfaction comes from eating our beefsteaks. io food contains more L3Q Muscle-Making Material; 0 McCargo & Successors to C. C. Preston Cumming's G BACK WARD 24 YEARS E IN Interesting Items that Ap peared in the " Prospector," this Date, 1891; Remin iscent of the Pioneer Davs COUNTY SEAT REMOVAL BILL OP BEFORE THE LEGISLATURE A DIFFERENT GAIN 1 Lines of Graham Introduces Measure In the House Pro viding for Election for Removal Upon Petition to Supervisee Signed By 33 1-3 Of Voters NIGTK- PENSION . BILL STILL REMAINS UNTOUCHED m The "Prospector" has always con-1 WASHINGTON, Jan 10 Over the . tpmlrrl that the riinntti! nt thf. Tj I rliccnt nf Ttictfr Dav anrl Hiiphps Angeles to Phoenix race was a mistake the Supreme Court today held that because it advertised no set route nor ths laws of Arizona permuted a per- no natural channel of travel. To come . son injured to testify as to his injuries . by way of Barstow and Needles was aland prevent the physician who had : I joke which Purdy Dullard should not ' examined him from testifying. ', have permitted as he was the raans who The question arose over a damage could have designated the route but he I suit of Thomas Clark against the Ari fell for the blandishments of the Los zona New Mexico Railroad Company 1 ! Ancrles hunch who have hern bo:sili? t " .... , : nnnmnr nnuimf nn ill ' wic wiowiiau uiiiisvumiucmui iuuic I '111 UIWL I HUH IT limi IU j.hrough northern Arizona and they UUUllluL UUUilll UlLIIA , (have been ably aided and abetted by , the Goodrich Tire people who have ' i thoroughly signed the "icicle route' when as a matter of business, good (judgment and common sense, they They sold a church down in Georgia , the other day to satisfy an execution issued for the back salary of the preach- er. This is said to be good law and I will be good news to some of our east ern brethen who do not get paid I promptly. Mrs. Si Bryant came back from ' Phoenix today where she has been visiting Mrs. J. O. Dunbar. ! SENATE PHOENIX Jan 10. A bill extend ing the time for the payment of all state and county taxes until April lj, 1915, was passed after a warm debate Senate bill No 12, introduced by Campbell of Coconino, provides for the establishment of a municipal club in every incorporated city and the use by the same oLsihool houses. HEREFORD ROUTE HAS BEEN TURNED DOWN BY DOUGLAS The supply of fresh fish consigned to' Senate bill No. 13 provides that all Mr. Wolcott is very quickly exhausted banks and trust companies must fur after its arrival. "The carl bird catches ! nish to the county ascssor annually a the worm." Oscar K Goll, secretary of the Doug las Chamber of Commerce and Mines, was a visitor in the county seat today on business matters from the Smelter City Mr. Goll has taken the active complete list of their depositors with a position as secretary of the Douglas or- T LIST IS THE LOWEST IN YEARS The abandoment of Fort I.ouell has been referred to General McCook and he is now called upon to act for or against Anzona and her interests. statement of the balances at their credit ' at the date of the report. This to serve J as a basis for assessment. I aenaic oiu .u i-t pioviuo iui usiaie ' guarantee of all deposits in state banks. 'or a Senate bill No 11. introduced by ganizatiun and is giving the city much valuable publicity through his efforts. He was also recently elected one of the directors of the Borderland Route as sociation, and he stated toda) that the Hereford route has been abandoned. m00mmm0WWtoWWmm0m0 . According to a late issue of the Los TOMBSTONE LUMBER YARD Lumber, Corrugated Iron and'Buildin Material of All Kinds At the Very; Lowest Practical Price ' should have signed the onlv all year ' rt man nas veci a l'3lcn' J 'round route across the west the Bor- Total Valuation $6,006,814. Jer to be kept in motion b the sea , Clandge of Graham provides for the and all travel will hereafter be directed ; dcrland Route from El Paso through. 17. rr.vp PnllpffpH -"?"""' "r vu per- ,amem,nK of paragraph 4130, chapter via the State Highway through Tomb. I Douglas, Bisbee. Tombstone. Tucson. ' laxeb Oliet-lCU motlon as Me shaI1 cver Rct 4 tuk .j- mMled "Chattel Mort- ..tone. While most of the travel comes i . ... . . . ffilTfl COf 0 It is Hnimpft it Mill rpvnlnlinniri. m.nii. .. - .. : i -..... t t. ... , i, , ' rnoenix Yuma, HI (Jentro and San IJ:-j JI3,OV.OJ gages in me reiiu siaiuio " "-c mis way, some aocs go via nereiora, i'ego. , j facturing interests along the sea coast staU! 0f Arizona civil code. 1JI3 but this Hill cease, according to Mr, The Phoenix Heia d says: The irre- Senate bill No 10, introduced by Goll He returned to Douglas (his af possible showmin Joe Bignon hasj Kinno. of Oilaj provides for the tcrnoon come up from Tombstone to amuse th 'amending of paragraph 1M).J of chapter J 4, title 7, of revised statutes "ol Anzona i Tti Pfhi cmintv delinnnpnt list Angeles Times, the people of thycity ' for thc var 1914-Just past is $20,003.- -- rSS I are just awakening to the fact that 43 according to the figures of the coun- H. M. ECKERMAN, Manager tneirs.I as well as all ol the southwest ty treasurer as secured by Clerk Kar and southern California's interests, lie , gcr of ,he tarj 0f supervisors. Out in the loosting and booming of the 0f a totaj f $1,000,81 1 IT. taxes that route that can deliver the goods, and WIre collectable the sum of 979,68'J. that is the notor traffic, all jear 'round has xt collcncd by the treasurer Borderland route. WE WELD ANY METALTHAT MELTS Cracked or broken cylinders, aluminum crank casce, mnnifold pipcf, axles rsmes or ny metal part of yonr cir. Write na for prices. Our WorK Is Reasonable, Reliable and Guaranteed El Paso Welding' Co. 610 N. Kansas. J. M. HTZPATRICK, Mgr. Q&rt&rtritr&&r&&&yy 's Greatest Tire Jobbers i World's Automobile Tire Co. 533 Van Ness Ave.; 6Ul & OIlVC StS., Second and D Su,; bjnJFrancisco Jos AflgelCS San l'tcS Tires that sboald arariza rurs miles pr dllar invented than anything jjaciu biy. rhousiuds of afouurutfrs iu lui country aiing them. Ver Urge stock of sttudanl make SFECIAL PRICES ----- WE GUARANTEE Good Shipped to all points C O. V. MoueyrefnndeJ on goods icturued lotact within one week SPECIAL THIS WEEK 28x3 .... 30x3 .... 32x3 .... 30x3 t ... 31x3 ... 32x3 ... 34x3 J ... 36x3 ... 30x4 31x4 .... 32x4 33x4 .... 34x4 .... 35x4 .... . 7 SOj36t4 . 8 5U3zx4J . StWJlxJJ . 11 W . 10 PO .. 11 7i .. Il 70 . 12 20 .. 14 00 . . 15 SO . 16 20 . . 16 M, .. 17 50 . . 18 f0 d5xj 40X4 $18 00 . 18 00 . 21 50 . 22 5U . 12 50 ilfti 23 30 Jsx4 24 00 I2t4J 30 UU V4XO " Wx5 25 00 J7x5 27 00 13x5 27 00 J6x5 32 85 Prices Subject to change without zotice The OMest AutomoWU lire Jobbing Concern in the United States and the Largest in the worlr1 JlXHtOOOnnnnnr f .AAAAAAAAMAAAfrtt the entire distance. Congregational Church Bible School. 10 a. m.; pnblic worship 11a m,; theme, "Jesus the Champion of Pure Religion." For the little folks, "Houses Without Doors." Solo, Mr. Vallance; anthem by the choir. 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor. 7;30 p. m. fourth sermon in thc series on the Life of Jos sph, "True Nobility." Special music music by male quartette. H A. DF.CK. Pastor. Home Repaired Clerk of the Court Ed James is hav ing his home on Fremont St. thorough-1 ly repaired and a fine addition added thereto which will add to the joj of living in Tombstone for himself and family. , I Back to Cactus" t I John Pearce is thoroughly enjoying 1 himself in Oakland and 'Frisco, but states that he will soon return to the I "cactus." Jury Here Soon Another jury will be in Tombstone about the loth of February to attend to the many criminal and civil matters ! awaiting their discriminatory ability. Chairman Sparks Here Chairman Jack Sparks of the super ; visors, arrived in the city today on business matters, and to attend the drawing of the trial jury for the next terra of the superior court. Struck Water Robert Axtell, proprietor of the JO Bar ranch, reports that he has recently struck a good flow of water at bis homestead in the Government Draw, the water having been encountered at about 100 feet. The well was drilled frisky legislators during the session of ' the legislature. He has his "Bird Cage" with him and will open in the "Elite theatre. Miss Hulda Jones has fallen heir to up to date, leaving the delinquent tax j a snug fortune by the death of a Nog ilist $2G.G03.49. . aes toior. He was without hcils and j I This delinquent list is small compar- knowing that he was about to die he 1 ed with that of previons years, and no made a will in which he bequeathed all other county in the state of this class f nis property to her. She had done can show a small delinquent list as Co- him many tina favers during his illness chisc and it is to the credit of the tax- jamj c appreciated it. payers that they paid up promptly and 1 thus avoided the payment of penalties I which attach when taxes become.de-1 linquent The total assessed valuitio n of Co chise county is $93,33.ri,C74.(i7, and the' , tax rate as set by the board of super- j visors is 94 cents on the S100 valustion. I NEWSY ITEMS OF ARIZONA nRaiVINR OF TRIM JURY New Postmaster unn TnnAv u i.o.a Prepared in Condensed Form From All Over the State 1913, civil code. A motion was made that a joint com mittee of the senate and house be named to wait on the governor to see what can bt done relative to the old ae and mothers' pension law. A new lull, it is said, is soon to be introduced I which will embody some of the good features of thc present old age and mothers' penson law , HOUSE J. H Lines of Graham introduced house bill amending thc penal code providing that justice courts shall have jurisdiction over following offenses committed within theirrcspectivectiun tio subject to thc right to chaitfce of venue a piowdid b law' Petit lar ceny Assault and batterv not a frl on Breaches of the peace and mis demeanors punishable b a line not ex ceeding $200 or imprisonment nut ex ceeding six months, or both. I TOMBSTONE NEEDSMORE FIT TO LIVE IN Unless something is done by the owners of residences in Tombstone very soon it will be necessary for many of the families now headed for Tombstone to live in tents. This matter is of vital interest and owners -saoulil get a move 011 tliein and non resident owners of residences now vacant and now in need of repairs should be notified either by agentsor ithe Board nf Tsaile or City Council as it is a matter of vital interest to our people in geiKr.il 1 Subscribe for the Epitaph FOR SALE On b-.own horse, six years old, work horse, gentle. Address Bjx 331, Tombstone. Adv It The drawing of the trial and grand jury for the next term of the superior court was held today in the superior court. As provided by law Chairman Sparks of the Board of Supervisors, Recorder ' Owen E. Murphy, Judge Lockwood and Clerk James were all present. Fifty names were drawn and will be given to the sheriff to subpoena while any number of jurors that may be necessary after the original venire has been drawn are secured through a special venire, s Few Days' Visit Americo Pistonetti and sister, Perina Pistonetti, are in the city on a several days' visit from Bisbee. Improvements Court Reporter John Walker has just finished a fine addition to his home. Corner 1st. and Allen St., which makes it one of the many confortable homes while attending to his duties at the office for the past eight ears. Another Fire B. Tomlinson has been appoint- l-,nes also niroouccn u m u.Uv......K ed postmaster at Bowie. She will sue- , t a" election to determine whether or . ceed Charles Heinricl.s, who has held ! not a county seat mav be removed, and Mrs Rafferty Better indicating the place of its removal up-1 the many friends of Mrs Kate on a petition to the county supervisors ' Raffcrty, will be pleased to learn that fsigned by at feast 33 1-3 per cent of all she is much improved today having Last week fire broke out at the home ' the votcs j-, ;n the county for gover- been stricken with pnucmonia several of J. N. Ethridge, on his ranch at Ar- I nor in tiiC last prcccding general ckc- days ago. Today, her daughter, Mrs tesia, about five miles south of SafTord. tion jr ,j,e county scat be ordered re-. Wm Kin,; of Los Angeles arrived to be The flames made such quick headway moxed no similar election may be held j at the bedside of her mother, having that it was impossible for the family to for tweie Jears. If the removal be save any household furniture or cloth ing. The building was burned to the ground. Book On Arizona George Wharton James, author of "California, Romantic and Beautiful," has just contracted with his publishers to write a book on "Arizona, the South western Wonderland," according to a letter from the distinguished writtr to Harry Weich, of the Phoenix board of trade. not authorized thc matter may not be resubmitted for at least six jears. Cook of Coehisc introduced a bill prescribing the manner in which wit nesses may be summoned and examined for thc rurposc of disclosing crime. A majority of senate and house are for affording such relief as is possible pending a judicial determination of the mothers' pension law. A mvc has already been made tocut down printing costs by consolidating 'senate and house bills when possible. 1 The printing committee of each been called here by wire. Deputy Here De puty Sheriff Jas. Driver of John" I son addition was a visitor in the coun ty seat today, having brought in sev eral prisoners for the county jail. A Mexican by the name of Carilaw will do time for six months and an American named Hardiman will serve sixty bays for a misdemeanor. Juveniles up Three Juvenile prisoners were tip be fore the superior court today for hear ing. One is charged with having ' house has its hands,full injarranging for stablied another youth at Pearce, while Suddenly III 5nflfl T'imoc feh tf f!rniV r-nitn. . . - . the publishing of the daily journal and the other two are delinquents was suddenly stricken with pneumonia the , the bills. Returns From Visit of the city. - Mr. Walker will at once sheriff's office. He wnt into the jail place his cottage adjoining in shape for er's room where he laid down on a cot. rental. I but grew rapidly worse. At ten o'clock a doctor was summoned and after an ; examination ordered him taken to the A. C. hospital at once. " Mrs Jos A McPherson returned home this'morning srom ,Bisbee where . she has been for the past several days ion a visit with friends' and 'relatives. H'l ' 11 M 9 . K - "