TOMBSTONE TOWN TOPICS TOLD TERSELY
December 31, 1922
Russell Noyes, foreman of the maintenance department of the state highway department, spent the holidays in Tombstone with his mother, Mrs. Al Noyes.
COUNTY ROAD WORK.
Early in January the new board of supervisors expect to get busy with some needed county road work, and from all accounts the road from Don Luis to Tombstone, via Hereford and Charleston, will be one of the first pieces to be worked over.
For operating his automobile while under the influence of liquor. Pete Trejo, a local leasor, was fined $25 today by Judge H. P. Merill. Trejo was arrested Saturday night by City Marshal Porter McDonald.
DON'T OVERLOOK IT.
This year anyone who has not applied for their auto license will be subject to a fine unless they make application before 5 p. m. on January 10th. The safest way is to have your little tin tag of the white and blue colors on your car before daylight on January 1st.
TWO CARS OVER GRADE.
Persons coming over from Bisbee this morning report that two cars, both belonging to tourists, went over the grade on the Divide this morning, one Ford going off the embankment near the top of the big steep hill and the other eblow the bridge near the Thomas ranch. A boy in one of the cars was seriously injured and taken to the hospital in Bisbee. Sunday a collision occurred when a car driven by a Mexican from Nogales ran into a Ford driven by a Bisbee boy scout. No one was injured.
AUTO DEALER HERE.
J. J. Bowen, Bisbee automobile dealer, was a visitor in Tombstone today having business at the court house.
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