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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 13 June 1906

: 1 ' 1 ..rf KKKI Y APT70NA TOT IPN A T -MTNFR MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. pioneer Paper of Arizona, PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1906. Forty-Third Year. v ,1 . . . LROAD BILL WILL BE SENT TO CONFERENCE ciiy News ....In Brief KiraiiftKKMiKKIUlKKlCftKBliftliftl Verde Visitor. Charles Stephens, the Vordo business man, is in tho city on business. Here from Blue Bell. (leorgo A. Kelso, who linn mining In to rent in tho Hlg ling district, came in estcrdny from tho llluo Hell mine. (From Tuesday 'a Daily.) Here from Hillside. 8. 0. MnM, tho Hillside mining 1m In tho rity. 1, Or Even Earlier, If Possible Here from Congress. (I. Kngleh'nrt, of UohgrcHs, in hero on u 'ViiiHitii'fH visit." . . Joromo Visitor. ' I). A". Cook of .torn mo in In the city eojirt business."' ' .i f VHIIIS(!TON, 4 Ju'nri-ll-Tho rnil- Mil nil Mil will he'sotit to conference lj he house nl itH first session tomor row. Tin eoinmitteo on rnlcd tins liccn Mllril to meet ill tho morning, nnil , a pcrinl rule roturn...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 13 June 1906

PAOK TWO WEEKLY JOURNAL-HIKER, WEDNESDAY, JUKI 13, 1000. (I'.-otii Wcdnesdny' Dully.) Owing to hi Infatuntion for 11 litixnm warbler in tho I'alnro concert hnll, tip mi whom tin lavished both smile and ooin, nml hi predilection for tho fes tive nronc incident to tlmt period of hn ilny when tho electric light nrn Bt, Krwin I'enliody vnentcd hi posi tive iin chef at tho Ynvnpnl club on Maturdny night Inst, leaving behind ham n trnll strewn with worthies becks find I. (). V.'. I'enliody In n mnn of commanding physique, and comely nppcurnncc, with a well poincd head crowned with n -wealth of ntibtirn luilr. Congcnlnl to n fault, especially Mining the Indies, he. kaa been a fiimlllnr figure recently in tho down town rcsorts.onjoylng n heiirty welcome nmong those who trend the ynrimroso path, nnd who nccspted hid tenement Invitations to "tnko nnythlng you wnnt" with enthusiastic, alacrity. After nettling noeountH with Man ager Green of tho Ynvnpnl club on Saturday uilit lout, ho proceeded...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 13 June 1906

WUXLY JOUSNAXrMDfM, WXDKMDAT, JUKB 15, IMC. ANOTHER COUNTRY FOUND D.'U Mineral Sffi'lr fviwn ------ - xw me vjoioraao River Reported by E. L. Bowman, A Former Yavapai Resident A Big Ledge Containing Twenty Feet of Ore. (From Saturday Daily.) U'lm' appear to rank among the ficbft ir.inrrnl striken reported from the Colorado river country during tho r,wt few month camo to light ycatcr ,Uv wli'ii K. L. Bowman, ono of tho d ti"" and rcllnblo minora of thin minty arrived from that neetlon. The sreno of tho now discovery in itii.itr'l i Han Dernnrdlno county, hn.t seven milra wont of tho CoIo rin rivr, mid about fourteen miles northwixt of Parker, whero it In aup ponnl the linn of tho Arizona and Cali fornia railroad now under coiiMtruction, will rri s tho Colorado river. Tho neur it railroad ntntionH to tho new find arc SikIIih, Cnl., nnd Salome, Ariz,, Mil of which nrn nliout nnvonty mile ilintant, tho latter being tho moat IciuraMo shipping point. Tin' find wna mudo by E. L. Howmnn, m ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 13 June 1906

rxoE roum WEBKLT JOUEMAIrMINBB, WZDMMDAY, . TUKR 13, 1900. 2Xe A T ie Arizona journa Oldt Papr in Arhoiu. Etb!bJid MArch 9, 1861. punusni:r nv lht JOURNAL-MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY MKMBER ASSOCIATED: PRESS I'UHLISIIEI) EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY J. W. MILNES, Editor and Manager. The JOURNAL-MINER will be continued until ordered stopped. Bills are sent out regularly, and subscribers are requested to pay the Mae promptly. Subscribers who desire the paper stopped at any line are urgently requested to send notice to this office and pay up Ike amount due. TERMS: Daily, per year month Weekly, per year . Six months Three months Payable in Advance, at Ue Port Office, prweott, Arli., ; r Editorial Comment j 1 zzzrzzzz PACKERS SPARRING FOR DELAY. If the packers expect to .stem 'fw.rirtitmn." thev will be disappointed. One of them declares that the trade in meats' already has suffered a loss, at the rate of $150. 000,000 annually, and the President is blamed for sending the Neill Reynolds repo...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 13 June 1906

BKSTRHM SENATOR TREADWELL VEIN TAPPED RICH ORE EXPOSED During the past year the Journal-Miner k as recoraea many ment3 in Yavapai county's leading indus try, hut the moft important discovery thus far was that made Friday afternoon in the Senator mine, when a shot in the hig cross cut tunnel opened up a splendid ledge on the Treadwell claim, in which a solid tody of gold and copper ore, four feet wide, was exposed. The ore was found upon fcreaking through the syenite footwall on to the vein, dipping towards the west. This body of ore is conservatively esti mated to run about $50 to the ton, and as tKe width of the ledge is not yet determ ined, another hand of ore, of equal, if not greater richness, is expected to he opened within the next twenty-four hours on the hanging wall. On the surface the higher grade metal is found to the hanging wall, and hence there is reason to believe that the proportions of the strike are greater than- what is now visible, men are now drilling on through...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 13 June 1906

PAGE BXX WB1KLY JOURNAIrMDIRR, WBOHWTOAT, TOW 13, IK i NO TRACE YET OF JAMES CHAMBERS Veteran Miner Disappeared From His Camp on tke Hassayampa Two Weeks Ago and All Efforts to Discover Him Have Thus Far Proven Futile. ft good boy with ft heavy stick of wood, ho struck her across the- bosom with a wood saw, and loft tho premium after slugging h" w'tb a h"RVy T0C wh'ch it ill pnincd hrr. Arraigning tho accused, mnn, tho judge was nnswored with ft plcn of guilty to nsault. Ills version of tho unsavory affair was that nfter return- Ine from tho buslnos portion of tho town, his wlfo accused him of having written something to his mother ro- flectlne on hrr chnrncter, that ho lost control of his temper, when sho made nn effort to strlko him, and started to whip both his wife and her mother, as evidence of which ho exhibited several bruises, which they inflicted upon him during tho encounter, He was sentenced to serve 90 days at hard labor in the city jail, with instruc tions that no ensh ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 13 June 1906

WEEKLY JOUBNAL-MIWEB, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1906. PAQE SEVEN FIVE GRADUATE FROM HIGH SCHOOL A Brilliant Oration By Harold Elliott, Addrew By Professor Taylor, And The A nnouncement of Prizes Are The Features of Commencement Exercises. of violence which can prevent nucli an notion against H" will. Hut thin rile with rcgnrd to states should extend to crritories also, because tlicro in no fair- limn in tho Idowthat a territory shotrM receive let coinrwcrntion irom tho government than a Mate. On the contrary, the application of the rule o territories lit natural nnd loirirnl, (From Friday Daily.) Kivn young moaaad young ladle woo lave competed the curriculun of the llili school, formally bado farewell to tbdr 4cholntlc career Inst evening, nnd u:u1d their deb at into the workaday world. Tho Elka' theater waa crowd-1 1 with friend and relative of tho raJunte whon tho exerciae opened with an overturn by tho oreheMra, and ttcn followed the oration by Harold Allen Klltott, who waa eoloeted to...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 13 June 1906

WSSKLY JOUBlfAXrMIMBB, WKDNNDAY, JUKE 13, 190. rAOE EIGHT MM T IS SHIPPING RICH DUE Good Property On Skull Valley Divide The Smelter Returns Give $102 In Silver To The Ton TRAOIC DEATH OF W. P. 8M1T11. 'CO ART LIMITED" TRAIN PROVES POPULAR. (l-'ruiu Tuesday's Pally.) J. i:. ,Koly.uml .1. II. Hall weio iu the city yesterday from tlii'ir mining ramp mi tho Hknll valley divide about KCV0II Illilt'.H West of I'rescntt. '1,'hoy are the owners of tho Hutnmlt tfrnup of mines, consisting of throe claims siloulc iiliinit one milo south of tho iVi-rby mine, iiikI south of and adjoining tho I'.ldorudo (Sold and Cop i(!r Mining company. Prom onu nf, tin- claims they recently inailo u shipment of ore to tho Hum Itoldt ftmiillrr which gavi' net returns of $102 to' tho Ion in silver, with small vn lues in until. Tho ore wan taken from a wino sunk in a tuniii'l, Whirh wax run on tlio vein many years ago', and which they cleaned out some months since nf tcr locating tho property. At tho point wlicro...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 20 June 1906

v trr i WEEKLY ARIZONA IOURNAL-MINER MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. pioneer Paper of Arizona, PRECOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1906. Forty-Third Year. "7 a warn mm mm. m m m " ' It MUffi TOWARDS BRYAN AS PRESENT THE AGUA FRIA DISTRICT the Carroll Gold and Copper jinny, located along the aeries of Ir nd porphyry dykes, a small shaft been tank In which thern It a voln mm covered which sssnyc well in coppar PICK UNO DRILL IS PAUSING rWDm I l I U I J Driiun vi 1 11c Ltdut:rs The Democratic Party Are Unanimous Has All the Earmarks QJ VI DCHlg d Dig rroaucer WASHINGTON, D. C., Juno 18-Kv like heal informed politician hero . .1 A At T. a untl m wie run 11 10 wio irynn mmi brJt in wbifh tlio Democrats of Ark tiu., Indian.., M.Hsouri, nml South Da 1. 1.... dm wn - TIia llrunn uti nnvi? 1 rii l nil nun aiiu KTtmcnt, nfter linvlng boon held in hi for many weeks, nt Inst lins been hatthfil with eront gusto. If tho wave J tnnnnt irnix nn no It. linn lintTlin . r, ... .1 i 1 tr ilC I'lllinri jtiii...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 20 June 1906

PAQE TWO WUKLT JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1900. TILLtE HTARBUCK MINI! BOON TO RESUME. (From Wednesday 'a Dally.) W. P. Johnston, who linn valuable Mining interests in t ho Haso.iyntnpa -district, left hint evening for Mo- imio, ('nl., whore ho will visit his agod awthcr. Ho will bo absent hut a short time, lie in part owner of the Tilllo Sturbuck mine, iu thn Slato creek taction, upon which ho has made ar rangements to commence extensive tolopmout work upon li In return. Tlio claim Is situated on tlio south fork of Hlate crock about a half mile south of tlio David proportion which are now being operated on an extensive BMllo. Tlio vein ifi opened by a tunnel 0l feel in length in which u depth of about 1S25 feet ban boon attained. A paystrcak of oro of u vnry good grade hi uncovered which hn an avcrng'j width of about !!Vi feet. Another tunnel higher up the moun tain followN the vein along the surface for (S3 feet, la which there in an IS inch vein of free milling gold oro th...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 20 June 1906

WBBKLY JOUmMAXrMDrXft, WBDHMDAY, JUNI 80, 1906. FAOITKEM OULD UNITE IN A COMMON CAUSE olonel Wilson Suggests tkat Both Parties Agree On A Set of Delegates To Be Placed On Both Tickets At The Coming Election. (From Saturday ' Dally.) Yes, jnstlco seems to liavo como i-i i i U .il 1,10 paHsago oi our nmicnoou Ml in i'h present form," said Colonel 1.1. V. N yosterdny when asked to IfiprcHt Iiih views on tho present state- Lw! situation, for, tho bonoflt of tho Ifovrmil Minor's renders. "pv tln indomitable courage election Now Mexico Hhall elect CO delegates, and Arizona H, who Hhall tonn tho constitution, that 1h if wo com mil the unpardonnblo sin of voting for jointure. If wo voto ngainst it, how ever, then tho convontion to form tho constitution will never meet, for its purpose will liavo boon dissolved. "Now, in this connection l hnv a very , : posltlvo connection which 1 must urge, It is this: at the territorial election field i. . . ij in (tin Hitnntn ttm rnrrilu . .... there will...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 20 June 1906

SM l ft-' w I'M paoe rovm WiUtLT 'OUlNAIrSOVBB, WD)hlIDAY, ' JVKB 20, 1900 1 4 I j 4 i I iX' '.1 1. I ' ' f 1 I The Arizona Journa l-M iner Oldot I'jpcr In Arliotu. Etiblhhd March 9, 1864. PUDLISIUI) nv 7k JOURNAL-rMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY MEMBER ASSOCIATED: PRESS I'UHLISIIKD EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY J. W. MILNES, 1 he JOURNAL-MINER will be continued until ordered stopped. Mil are sent out regularly , and subscribers are requested to pay the Mane promptly. Subscribers who desire the paper stopped at any Mane are urgently requested to send notice to this office and pay up Ike amount due. TERMS: Daily, per year month Weekly, per year . Six months Three months ... Payable at tte Feet Ofaee, Preacett, Editorial A BALLOON In another column appears a reply by Tom ShulU to Colonel Wllvm, in which the former attempts to reply to the latter in refer ence to joint .statehood. The Jouriialf Miner thoroughly disagrees with the arguments advanced by Air. Shult. but cheerfully qivtis him an op...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 20 June 1906

. .1 MINING 0mTMm,mmBnr ta,,havc Won ,liff Jong friends, their mmwmrm. 7 ,,. -4, i acquaint unto tinting from childhood r C- A J 'IK, 'n.ontucky. .recently' Dames IVm" &nojy DiOtf) '? fiv;n Um of money l,y Mr. ....--a iu VJi' "'""V " ".vn nun, jinrncs in I WJf rW'H-?7"- "TnaTW hcout.(lof Mvlfcir'anwl .,.itlnfflv t t MSTJCS T"" h7; M!,- 'r; I IHHW T .... -. " .7 ' lll'fHOIW. IP III III.. r. I T --if ", to tlm Arizona and California railroad unci) the construction of the nuw roud i commenced. Tli general revival nt nlono con ant.,l to tho Hill William Fork, Hap cuvniH and llnrqtm Hala rangoa, but .t...t.-heH far beyond Into tho Bbort llnrucs, imiiu-n wu very lllllcll Itici'tlt't over tlm r.Mtmrk of Mr. I.nmb. and visited tier for tlisf purpose of chiding her ftr what In; Mild was mi unjust mid n truthful criticism. Among other things, It In Mid Unit he told hm- ho did not cdnsldor her a lady. Mm. I.amh . .. A I 1 1 ! . I Horn mm oinnr UU"'"H brooded over tho Incident, nnd Inst cv ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 20 June 1906

PAOE SIX WEEKLY JOUBNAZrMIKKB, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1006, I city in Brief i fcMkfthfclk)ifcfcfcfclii (From Thursday s Daily.) lloro from Humboldt. Willuim M. Cue, of Humboldt, ii horo on n business visit. Stockman Visits. K. A. M.iilow, tin- Williamson v i Icy it oc k ti:t ti , i.i in tlir rity. Hero from CongTcsa Jiuictlon. .1. Zanctti, n Congress Junction busi ness in n II , l Iloro on a llllMUCMs visit. Buslnoss Man Here. lshmnel Davis, tin- Mayer business triti ii. win ii Preseott visitor yesterday. Business M.tu Hero. .Ink SsUmnti, 1 1 1 William busi ness tmin, ik in tlio city mi court busi ness. Walnut Orovo Visitors. Mr. sn.l Mr. W. M. Clark of Wal nut Grove. Hti' in tlie fity on :ouri husiue. On Offlci.il Business. I). .1. Sullivan, county nsMMsor, ii in the IIiiiiiIkiIiII section on ofllele.l limine. On OfI1cl.il niiKlncw. .1. I. M. Alexander, Putted States district attorney. Is In the rlty ou totirt Imxiiicwt. Here on Court IJuslncss. K. I', Jones, iiHwiMtutit United States...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 20 June 1906

7 .', V. WEBKLY JOURNAL MINER, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1006. PACK SEVEN bU):b like demon to save his un. t ttitig the telegraph wlren na he ent to prevent tho ncwa of his cs being sent ahead, nuil aevcrlng (jjulcl wiru fences to mako abort cuts ,, ' !, and t keep away from the rsteicd road, W. W. Hrndbury raced fri,i Ciniiitien to tho Mexican border I , avoid being arrested by the Moxl ,ati facers or shot down by the ntrik- pr. in the moment of bin departure un 1,1 ),c i cached the border enat of Nuco, llwlbiiry wna pursued by two Moxl ,.aim on horseback, both of whom were ,,riin 1 with rifle und frequently tried m shoot him down. Their ahota were itl of the mark, and to that Hrad bury owca bin life. I banned na he was, his gun bnvlng been taken away from him in Cannnt n l,v orders of Colonel Koatcrlitzaky that .ill Americana nnd Mexicans Mot doing (,ntrol duly be relieved of their gum, llrndhury waa unablo to return thVa fire. Hhortly before tho 1 o'clock whistle Mow in Cnnancn, Uradbu...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 20 June 1906

weekly JousirAiKnrn. wiovbcdav, ran 20, liw. Icily News j ....in Brief (From Saturday 'h Dally.) Here from Camp Vordo. Mini Mttnds (if (Jump Verde is a guest at tho Ittirke hotel. On Business Here. Mrs. II. It. Hmiiihi, of Wendcii, is in thi' city on 11 business visit. Jerome Vlnltor. I'. M. Andrews (if Jerome, amc in yesterday from the copper city. Jerome Visitor. .1. A. ltrown of Jerome cnine in yesterday from thu copper city. Here from Humboldt. II. I'. Fpton, n Humboldt smelter mnn, I in the city on n business visit. Iu from It.iuch. .1. C. Young is in the city from his rattle ranch In the Iron Springs conn try. Left for Lor Augolcs. .lolin Keller, the Cortez street busi ness mnn, left yesterday for Los An geles. In from 0:unp. .Iulc! Iluiimnnn, general manager of tlx; I tnutnaiiii Copper company, is in the city. lii from Itancli. Tim Fell, tin Aguu Friu rancher and miiicr, is in tin city on mining business. Mining Man Visits. I). H. Cochran, superintendent of the Pittsburg Jero...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 27 June 1906

WEEKLY ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER ionccr P iper of Arizona. ARD TO SETTLE F THE EATUR After Quibbling For Four Hours, Another Conference Is Planned WASHINGTON', Juno 25 Tho mm ilc today discussed tho confcrcnco ro port on thi' railroad rato bill for more than four hours, but did not disposo of it It was made evident, liowovor, that another confcrcnco will bo Ord Wll. The discussion dcnlt entirely with the anti pasH and commodity amend ment", to both of which objection wcro nadu on variouH grounds. Spooncr expressed tho opinion that utilcr the pass provision us reported, scDatcjrM and members of tho house would not bo prohibited from nccopt- struod that part of tho provision ns in effect a discriminntion In passes that ilil be mndo totnko tho plnco of rebates. Tillman and Lodgo shnrply critieiz.- 1 the change in tho commodity nmend-. mcnt so ns to prohibit "rallroiOls" nnd not "common enrricrs" from engaging in the production of articles to be trans ported by themselves ns well ns In tho ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 27 June 1906

Vaqb two JOOnAWDTEK, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1900. 27, ' I . - - , A M rrniiT pnii v rn a a- i THREE CHARMING GIRL GRADUATES Commencement Dxercises Of St. Josephs Academy Are Extremely Creditable - -m A A 1 1 All rather JDalton In in Able Address, Caustically Criticizes the Spinster Class yond thmseJves, socm to know every body else's business but thnlr own, ( land they have tho temerity to con stitute themselves tho "advisers in chief" to nil of their neighbor!!; they advise mothers how best to Thine CLASS NIOIIT PBOVE8 A LIOHTrUL AFFAIR. entire day. tin.' jury at Tho :10 one nro (From Friday's Dally.) Seldom If ever ha there boon wit Biwril such nn exhibition of talent, .levoloped by careful, thorough nnd tkilful training nn was presented at the F.Iks' theater lant evening upon Uo opinion of tho commencement ex ercises of Ht. Joseph's academy of thin city, when the slBtcra of tho ncad May gnve prnctlcnl proof of their ef felrncy In tho conduct of an nca demlc Institution by the efforts of...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 27 June 1906

BRIGHT OUTLOOK FORTERRITORY F. M. Murphy Predicts TKat With The Present Rapid Growth of Arizona She Can Demand and Will Receive State hood Within the Next Two Years. (From Uatnrday'e Daily.) "The outlook for tho territory in cv try one of its principal Industrie!! in tvrtainly tho lcnt in its history," said ' M Murphy, president of tho H. F. P a d I'. railroad, and ono of tho leading captains of industry of tho territory, yesterday to a Journal-Minor man after his return from an extend fj visit In tho cast. " Wizona is just Rotting fairly Marled," ho said. "In loss than two rears mnro she will nttrnct tho nt tprti n of tho Investors of tho entire foun'ry by her grent growth nnd Im provement. "The advertising that tho territory termed from tho joint stntehood .iRitntinn is worth all of tho worry nd anxiety that it cost. Tho people of the east became ncqunintcd with Iwmm's citizenship nnd her vast dc veloped and undeveloped resources. There is now n grent diffcruncu nvi lenred through...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 27 June 1906

u it. PAOE rouR WEEKLY JOURNAL-MIKE, WEDNEHDAY, JUNE 37, 1906. i .i! 1 i, I-- 10 i.1 The A J rizona journa Oldest Ppr lu Mioa. EstablUlwd March 9. Ifcl. PUUMSItLD MY tt JOURNAL-MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY MEMBER ASSOCIATED; PRESS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY J. VV. MILNES, Editor arvJ Manager. The JOURNAL-MINER will be continued until ordered stopped. JUlla are sent out regularly, and subscribers arc requested to pay the Mune promptly. Subscribers who desire the paper stopped at any line are urgently requested to send notice to this office and pay up fthe amount due. TERMS: Daily, per year $9.00 month 75 (Weekly, per year 2.50 . Six months 1.50 Three months Payable in itored at the Post Office, Prescott, Arlx., as mall matter of the Second Clang Editorial TACTS ABOUT ARIZONA.. Hie Buffalo (N. V.) Courier of Juno 10 is a splendid illustrated edi tion, about one page of which is devoted to Arizona. The illustrations include a "Typical Mining Scene Near Prescott. Arizona;" the ol...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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