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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 31 July 1907

&dmm gL, until ii n OiiiWi i iiimiOi " ' 'J , f-i .: '-' ' - . ;. .!' - v - ' .. ' ' ".I l WEEKLY J0UBNAL-MINE1. WEDNESDAY, JULY 31, 1007. PAOE FIVE tWmimfSflm3WmAT,T-WVK Wf"Wa rtfW iftf r IT 1 11 Y iW ni fa. xrtf social m (From Sunday's Dally.) I One of tho most enjoynblo bridge ..! O......I . ,..i. Knu.i o.uur.iiij- uiicrnoon Mrs. P. W. Pouter, nt her homo In hippie Harrneks. Instead of playing no progressive gnmo, tho rubber wns ..iuyc.l nml the players rcmnincd nt tlic smno table all tlio afternoon, nnd the . !..!. .11 a mgu iii encn uiiiio recciveii u prize. Mrs. J. J. Fisher received n very pretty Japanese vase, ami Mrs. Morris Gold- water was given a book, entitled "The Hrass Howl," while Mrs. It. K. Sloan received n silver lionlion spoon. After me mosi delicious rcireshmcnts, every- ono expressed themselves as enjoying tho riibhcr games tho best. Mrs. Fos- Goldberg, Kthcl Fisher, Alice Poor tor's guests were Mrs. J. C. Hammos, man, Kdlth Armltago, Kmmu Dutcher, .Mrs. Aio...

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. — 31 July 1907

4; WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY, JULY 31, 1007. PAGE HU It. i lH-. iu T Jii niittr.nl .f Mm- assessment roll VnKiii unly for tho Near l!Ml7, tin miupil-I b i lei Is I'. lrr ( the 'hnrrsl of supervisors, tu In submitted tit the Trrtiloriiil board f oquali.n linn, nboui tin- tail :i 1 assessed valuation of nit jrnMTly in Hit- minify, in turned ly County Assessor tntil'll, in ho i!,lMi,rrr. in, mi Increase if Jy,r7JrCiOJ.7U over lint year. A comparison of Mi' figures compiled u both abstract shown that tint in uriniH.' in the iiMonsod vitluullon I due, lo ti great extent, to tno nperntion of tlio Moron mini' tax law, lint there Is -ulsu nn advance shown in tlio sheep mid entile intercuts, in well ns In town Join ami improvements, wliirli lias eon trlbutod mm-h to swelling tlio aniount. It Is also stated, hi a .spininllloiul "way, that the footing of tlio roll will Jiniount to over $10,000.01)0 wIumi tho jbihur of thv county board of oquulizn tlnn nro concluded m-xt month, in n ilarg...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 31 July 1907

ciiy News ....In Brief (From Thursday Dully.) Hero From Humboldt. I,. V. Kirk of Humboldt Is visiting hi t no city. Hero rrom Chorry. ('. C. Outtry of Cherry Creek in via iting in tho city. Skull Valley Visitor. W. L. ItobcrtH of isiting in tlio city. Skull Valley is Loft for Wcnden. I!. (). Kennedy left lust night for the Wendell district, on mine Inflection From Detroit. Al. Weber returned last night from a mniilh'H visit with friends In De troit, Mich. Spent Yesterday Hero. Al. Stringfield, tho (Intuitu moon ttiin stockman, spent yesterdny hero lilt hllstlll'HS. Absent lu Mexico. I. eHter Jnckson Im In Mexico on min ing business. Ho expects to bo nbsont miiiio time. Humboldt Visitors. Mr. mid Mrs. .lohn Wilkin of Hum bnlilt caiiio in lust evening on u short business visit. Old Timer Hero. NcIh (label, an old time miner, Ih in the city from his camp in tho IIiishu yainpii iltrttrict. Cabbage King Here. Judgo Oeorgo Atnsworth, tho cnb lingo king, in in tho city from his homo in Wal...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 31 July 1907

rAQB EIQHT WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINES, WEDNESDAY, JULY 31, 1007. LAWSON AMALGAMATED MAY BE BEHIND DEAL Transfer Has Been Pending For M any Days Middlcton Negotiates Sale. Means Much for Yapapai County. (From Tuesday's Daily.) On July P, by taking up the option j ttn the stock of .1. I,. Elliott, president of the Consolidated Arizona .Smelting company, t'n- noted financier beciunc nd ; nil but 25,1km) shares of tho rnpital stock of tin1 corporation. Tlw Journal-V!' r lenrned of the deal seven' days ago. byl deferred publication of the story until It wns confirmed. The Huston Amerienn wns requested, by wire, to interview Law Mil, mill in response there emnr yester ilny the following telegram: " In rofotonco to Consolidated Ari zona Smelting comjiany deal, Lavrnon Bald: 'Tho deal Is practically closed. That Is a I' 1 can say nbout it now.' llo would not toll who aro associated with him, or his plans." Tlan Big Things. From I her sources tile Journal Miner learns tlut I.nwson and his ns socin...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 7 August 1907

WEEKLY ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS PIONBBR PAPER OP ARIZONA. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 7, 1907. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR. ------ - . - - T - MORE CHILDREN ARE VICTIMS Mothers of New York Are Terror Stricken By Recent Brutal Crimes. NF,W YORK, Aug. B.-Ono of tho most brutnl of tho recent crimes against women nrnl children, wits today charged tignlnst Luz.a Fontzn, who wns locked up nt Now Hrighton, accused of ns saulllng Antoinotto Tnlucl, tho "-year-old daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. I'atuilu Taluci of Now Hrighton. Fontzn and Tnlnci nro hotl: laborers, employed nt tho King piaster mills at Tfow Hrighton, and Fontzn boarded with tho Tnlucl family. Fontzn wns loft with tho littlo child, this afternoon, whilo Mrs. Tnlucl went shopping. Tho mother had not gono far from tho house when tho child's screams brought her back. When no saw Mrs. Tnlucl, Fontza rushed from tho house, hut Mrs. Taluci followed him. Her cries brought out tho neighbors, nnd soon a mob was fo...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 7 August 1907

ft ' f r 11 vf i " . : i ill 1 K '. if t'AQB TWO WEEKLY JOUBNALMINER, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1007. I ... . .... ....... .. UltMMlMflirAM 1'AHH DIHTKICT 'ATXOItNEY OENEHAL WANTS Hiinitri is a prcuy pmcu nun " ....... ,....... ........ .,,..:,,,. nil.- n un "nere were iuii Ulii uum ' ii r. ti v r... I l'iiwil inini incin i ii.m - - - - many interesting things to be coon at (IVom Wili,J:4,,' IUty. the exposition tliun. I spent tltrcif Thai Tax t',.tU-tir Unities of fo- dnvs u the I.ttKes or Miiarney. i acre child ruuliM IK n ' (From Wednesday's Daily.r After HMnlin tin- past time ilnyi ,r...r., r ihn ...rn.ri Is i-rand almost beyond .If - I " '" vnu """"'In' .... the r..,., r j.irrn Minim; company of scripts. I also visited lllnriiry castle "ill. pleasure, .1. . M.ma,, op .,.. ......... i I ;.. .11.1 ..t his the celebrated l.lnrn.-y .rating the Old IIiiIIhM mil..-, in the. ililtV "Mini't M.SVM.'W ...... - I,. . . I.. I- . - i...l to be .Iri. af.,r r.ading thr furl .(..nr. I contented mys...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 7 August 1907

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY, AUOUBT 7, 1007. PAOE TORES SHURST WANTS TO IEIITIE Boy Orator Of Bill Wil liams Peak" Has Aspirations (From Saturday's Daily.) "Henry F. Ashurst, ilistrlct attorney of Coconino county, will bo tho next Democratic nominee for Dolcgnto to Congress," said Gcorgo W. (Howncr, town attorney of Flagstaff, to 11 Jour mil Miner man, ycntcnlny. "Almost dally," ho declared, "Ash urst receives letters from all parts of tlio Territory, congratulating liim on his administration of tho district at tornoy's olllco and pledging him sup port for tho nomination for Delegate to Congress. "Although Ashurst Ih not a pro iiounced candidate, his friend arc pro vailing upon him to mnko tho race, ami tlioro Ih mi longer any iloulit in my mlml lint what no will rcceivo tho nomination. Ho hriH mndu tho best district attorney that Coconino county over had," enthusiastically ventured Mr. (Jlowner. "Ho has not only shown nblllty, lint has iiIho nliown tho neces sary courage at nil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 7 August 1907

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNE8DAY, AUOUBT 7, 1907. faob roum THE ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER Oldest Paper in Arizona. Established March 9, 1864. Published Hy THE JOURNAL -MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Member Associated Press. Published Every Morning Except Monday. NEW YORK IN A FIST GAME CIS LOCAL OPTION IS VICTORY TO E REIGN OF TERROR T WANTED NTH P J. W. MILNES, TERMS: Daily, per year Daily, per month . Weekly, per year Weekly, six months Weekly, three months Payable in Advance. Hie Journal-Miner will be continued until ordered stopped. Hills are . .. . . . ..1 1.. . I -.II... Kildlljilllilil lltlf 4 1 1 11 U M t. W pen t uui rcmiimiy, iuu .-hiij.-h-i iiitin uu itii.an.u iu m. promptly. Subscribers who desire the paper Stopped at any time arc ssrarentlv remicstctl to send notice o J 1 - Entered at the Postofflcc, Prcscott, Editorial HEYAN WOULD EUN AOAIN. Whether Mr. Hryan nh.il! bo the Democrat If standard benrer ngnin, Mit year, depend upon two contin gencies; tho extent of bin desire for ti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 7 August 1907

WCBXLT JOUBNAL-MIMBft. WIDNMDAY, AUOUBT 7, 1907. ak nvt, 1 II The Social Mirror (From Sunday'. Daily.) Mr. Charles K. Finney was the guct A honor nt a banquet on IhursUny I i it... '. ........ A ..".,. n number of buslnesn mill professional men gathered to welcome liim upon his return from Kansas City, and extcnl their good will ami best wishes for the success of the London-Arizona Mining company, of which Mr. Finney is tho general manager. Am former mnnngcr of tho Arizona Smelting company at Humboldt, Mr. n cut glass checsu illsh, and Mrs. 0. K. Meany received a pair of cut gins salt dishes for tho most slams. Mrs. Hosla'a guests were Mrs. F. W. Foster, Mrs. W. A. Drake, Mrs. It. H. Hurmliter, Mrs. T. (1. Norrls, Mrs. 0. K. Mcnny, Mrs. .1. 11. Tomlinson( Mrs. .1. C. Hntnmcs, Mrs. V. 11. 11. Carter, Mrs. J. C. Hern don, Mrs. Hugo Itlchards, Mrs. A. W. Edwards, Mrs. J. J. Fisher, Mrs. V W. Hoss nnd Mrs. H. D. Aitkcn. their guests, Dr. Lawrence nnd Lieu- tenant ltuwson Warren. Tho Whe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 7 August 1907

l'Aon six OLD 1ERS ACTIVE IT E .Rifle Practice a Feature! At National Guard Encampment Officers and Companies Present at The Maneuvers (Prom .Saturday Dally.) 1b of tin' In ivy ruin storms f flit past f' W .lny. Hol.li.-r lifp lit Camp rjTro.ll-, wncre tit- National Guard is It iinnnnl I'liiampmeiit, was a active Jta pvpr, yrerdny. Outside of tint us UI 'Irilltt ami inan.-avcra, rifln practice ia tbf principal feature of the encamp ment, ami every pffort In being mnde (Ty both officers ami enlisted men t ii-ocure a riflo tram that will parry away tljrj honor at the nntioanl shoot, to lie held in Camp iVrry, Ohio, in Hip latter jiart of Hip month. Jaunting liy companies in now n fea ture at the ramp. 'I'm- goo i shots from otich pompniiv are s.dcelcd anil when afl f the competitors nru tried mil the brat alioU in the roiiurnt will be formed Into a tea in to compote at the national shoot. This team will remain on the ground nftpr the encampment ! o-cr for at pt ten days, prtiellc lS w...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 7 August 1907

WEEKLY J OURNAL-MINER. WEDNESDAY, AUOUBT 7, 1007. FACIE BEVEN ARIZONA MINES MAKE BIO GAIN. From Thursday 'a Daily. I'rom tlio reports of tho clerks of i nr li of supervisors of tho thirteen ,iMt in tin' Territory tlmt have i i h I in v ollleo during tin; pant h it appears tmit the gross out i ( r the year WOO of tho mines of i T rn'ory subject to taxation un r the new iiiinn tax law iitnoiinl r.V-V' said Territorial ntr .lohn H. Pago, to n Journal . in r man, yestetday. I'ndi r the initio tnxjnw one-fourth f the gross output, or $13,311,117.22, .i sublet to taxation, If tin-no figures will ho added tho nsxessment of tho noti productive mines, patented mid un patented, anil tho Improvement on tho proper! lot f which, from tho present out I ok, will hwoII tho amount to over .t .0,000,000. "In my opinion, a wonderful change for tho lietter Iiiih lieen mnilo In tho matter of mine taxation. Tho largo concerns nro now bearing their Just slime of the burden of governtnenl. Two years ago, l...

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. — 7 August 1907

WEEKLY JOtntNAJUSOKEB, WEDNESDAY, AU0U8T 7, 1907. TAQK EIGHT SALOON LICENSES Council Reduces the Numher To 25, But Those Now Existing Will Not Be AffectedProtest Made Against Electric Pole Invasion. (From Tuesday's Daily.) At the regular monthly meeting of tho city council, hold lust night, the lork was instructed to notify tin city attorney ti draft nnd prepare nil ord inance limiting I he number of saloons in the city t twenty five. Tne ord inance will not prevent the renewal of the liquor licenses now in force, lint is intended to prevent tiny additional or new oik's being Issued. Orilinnnce No. 170 was passed, in.ik iti it a misdemeanor, punishable liy n 'ilnti nf not more tliiin !HJ0, or liy Ini f rlHoittiirtit in the city juil for Iv) Mlnys, for any person or persons to post notices or in any way deface any build a nn, inonittucnl, foiintaiti or structure, owimhI I iv private parties or nssociu linns or corporations. The matter of building a street cross- on Pleas int anil (io...

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. — 14 August 1907

- iii' WEEKLY ARIZONA JOURNAL- MINER 4J MONBBR PAPER OP ARIZONA. uruc ornuinr nini v nninni rn nrn.i .uniihr num Ilk II V Vhll TECHNICALITIES MAY SAVE BRIBE GIVERS Supreme Court Of California May Restrain Judges From Trying Halsey and Glass PltANCIHCO, Cul., Aug. 12. ' -upn-mc- court, shortly lioforo fi i'i' k this evening, lsned order ill rr'i Huperjor Judge I.nwlor, (look , ri Dunne to nhnw cause lioforo t hit i ln r court cm linne. at 10 o'clock, M-mlav, August It), wliy there hIiouM , it In- issued permanent writs of pro li'i.i'iiii rcstrnlnlng thoin from pro i ruling with tin) trialH of Kudolph Mitmdt iiiillctvil for mrt!c!mtion in tin1 street car Htriko violence; AHsistnnt Id ( miiisd Win. M. Aliliott of tlio I'nitod Ituilrnnds, Indicted on a charge l bribing supervisors; Theodore V. Ilfiltiy ami IjoiiIh (Hush of tho Pacific t'tnlo 'I elcphntia oompnny, aiul . I. Hrolicrk of tho Pnrlislde. Transit com p:i" , similarly iiulictuil. Tic iMHiiauco of thuHu orders, follow ing a lon...

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. — 14 August 1907

WUH.T JOVUfJklrJOirES, WEDNESDAY, AUQUST 14, 1007. PAOE TWO to t 4 V . GIANT PROFITS IN MINING INDUSTRY Pifty-Nine Millions in Dividends Paid During Past Seven Months Copper Alone Contributed Thirty-Nine Mil lions of the Total Amount. Never before in ihn history of lio lining iiinl metallurgical industries of tho United States havo profits liorti so largo iih during tho pant Heven months. According to ii careful compilation by Tho Mining World, 101 mini's and to treatment works declared dividends ggrogatlniJ a total of t.7.l,7.ll Ml! for the period from January to July, this yrjar. Since organization, these 10 1 companies liavo distributed dividends f rIO,0:',331, showing a return of almost H3 per cent on the issued cap italization of t.ril!,7.V.,r.!)2. Of these properties no less than 31 have paid dividends in excess of their capitaliza tion; while n number of other com panies have declared in profits so far ver one-half tho amount of their out vtnndiiiK share-capital. Of tho $51t,...

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. — 14 August 1907

WSBKLT 'VMfALAIDfM. WZDKMDAT, AUOUfT 14, Ifot city News id Uriel Senator Visitor. kh,fckliftX flfttlfttlfr T . ' T.I at. I 1 1 . f . i L . . L 11- A T IMpV II . , msn tu. i iimirici, in inn sonmorn pnn oi nv ovri'L , !' ehl"B of the Mr ml M"- Chnrlca H. Hooker of Territory whero ho has accepted the CVClopmcnt of the Senator ... . t !.., .... .... . . I . , ..... tn I nr. o i ui i " mi mil nuro imi ovening zrom I position oi superintendent or xn roZVrli v. mUnttin' for rM,,a Ca,,,"n whero Mr. United Mines eompany. i- m . .. i . " cornPnyi who was Hooker caught the largest fish of tho Phoenix Visitor. Zn ' . . e.VeB,Bft "Ut0'1 liat "rn"on' nni1 Rwanlc.1 tho sold 5 1' 21 !,b! "d.l.d'W W - Anglers' club. IB.) Cordcs Visitor. , -, Soudls of Gordo is visiting in lie t poiwd Visitor. (, I). Gilbert of Poland is visit P n the city. janipf viator. j ,i Drew of Juniper is nere on a V fl WIUCM vllt. eny creek VIMtor. j,,n HImmons of Chorry Creek is Mtt n f buninwMi viait. Mxton Visitor. Mr. Jo...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 14 August 1907

"it 1 . : WEEKLY JOURNAL MXlfEB, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1007. txqm roum 4 m ' Si 1 I 't w ! V 1? THE ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER Oldest Paper in Arizona. Established March o, 1864. Published By THE JOURNAL - MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Member Associated Press. Published Every Morning Except Monday. J. W. MILNES, Editor and Manager. TERMS: JDaUy, per year $9- Daily, per month 75 Weekly, per year 2.50 PVeekly, six months ou Weekly, three months ,0 Payable in Advance. (Die Journal-Miner will be continued until ordered stopped. Bills are out regularly, and subscribers are requested to pay the same Wtly. Subscribers who desire the paper stopped at any time are Knt rnmhtlv wgently requested to send notice iNl iMIlfcJl Entered at the Postofficc, I'rescott, Editorial EDITORS and the constitu tion. Thoso persons win) believe tin Roosevelt ndmlulstrntlon alone in the nilitntlo of stretching tint constitution to meet the conditions of tin time, ure not only overlooking obvious (ilntoricnl incidents, lin...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 14 August 1907

WMMO.Y JOVBMAIIIXXIS, WRDNBEDAT, AUOUil 14, 1M7. paob nvn ,.t BIRD AND BASE BALL GAME Grays Play Circles Around Plm, Athletics Four Valley Pitchers Laid To Rest Rinderle "Gets His" In Touching Manner Final Score 25 to 4 In Favor of Prescott. (From Tuesday's Dnily.) Of II the weird, woozy, wobbling fjh.l iMnni of base ball pulled off In tbc Titritory this Benson, Sunday's ma hi between the "Prides of tlio fj.il H-ver Valley" and tlio Grays, on the I al grounds, has everything back til ff Mie boards. t smco tho day Wlckcnburg, who ackti ulcdged she had no ball team bo fore the game eommenced, was defeat ed lv the (I rays to tho tunc of 22 to 1, have the fatiH been forced to endure riirh a farcical frame-up ns was pre tcn'ctl them when tho drays made mnnki vs of Curley Rindcrlc'x bunch from Phoenix, by tho absurd score of 2!j I. Those who experienced the grrniMt disappointment, naturally, wer tho 350 excursionists who nccom named tho tenm hero from Phoenix, ami a largo portion of whom ...

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. — 14 August 1907

-- I I If; M )MM SIX T 30 WBDNBIDAY, ATTOUgT 14, MOT. BOOSTERS FOR YAVAPAI DINE Business Men Assemble At Tke Banquet Board And Offer Suggestions For I he !", ';pI"1 Udiu bb investment for Prescot Advancement of The Interests of The City and County. (1V Saturday's Daily.) That tJir (limine Men Dinners of t'jM-. Ynvapai I ltil arc not only useful in promoting good fellowship nmong 'tfcn ritm'ns of community, tint are ahvo valuable factor In bringing about a unity of the citUcns, w.w amply dt siwinKtratod at Iim inontlily dinner which wu held liiHt ovening. 1'or some xrswiti or other, it ha been several imintln sinre out' of these dinner ha I Ibrrn held, slid ooiiscipionllT, tin1 all xiininc'mrnt Hint :i K'iirr.-1 report of Mho varum foiuniittco would Itr heard un the orniHi.Mi l:iM evening served to "Siring fort n an unusually large attend ..larc In addition, tnoro were a mini ' Iwr .if victor present practically stronger in the community- -.mil dur inn :f'"' evening tliry expressed t...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 14 August 1907

PAOB WBJtXLY JOtmMAXIIIXSB. DNBSDAY, AXSQVKt 14, 1907. roceedings Of The Board of Supi dorod drawn on tlio road fund! J. T. 1'lorce. rond work. Minnehaha ' W. K. Thudlum, thrco days' work, Jersey Lily road 00 Application of J. I.. Hall, J. P., at Congress, for a thirty day leave of ah- unco wai taken up and on motion tlio eamo was granted. . . ... .... it. V-....I... lanl wan nt.riointcd I Upon motion, uuiy seconded ant. rumen, u. -- Constable at Jeromo Junction, subject to filing nnd approval of bond. . . -- -. . .1 1 I.. .1.) nn.l n.r.ill. nnflflintp.l Mr. Darnel E. l'nrka was, upon motion, uuiy - - Justico of tho l'oaco In und for Cherry precinct, subject to filing and approval 1 of bond. . . The report of Park W. Latimer, County Surveyor, or mo survey o. West Uoundury Lino of Yavapai county, Arlronn, was taken up, rend, and, upon motto.., duly aeconded and carried, the report was accepted and ordered filed. ... .. . . . .i ... v....1 it ml vl.lnllv. and the ail- 1 Tlio question ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 14 August 1907

PAOB moiir WTMKLY JOUSWAlVMnrMt, 'rYBDHEBDAY, AUGUST 14, 1007. T E E Pumps Now Down 240 Feet-Prepare Mill For Steady Run Miners Start To Un water Shaft On The Alma Mine (Fr.ni, Tuesday .s Daily.) Work In unwatoring ' huft of tin1 U&Vptre minr, on (iroom ('reck, in pro roing satisfactorily. The in it) p-4 tiro now down tit a depth of 2 in foot nnd rt being lowered nt tho rate of nbout X ftet every twenty-four .tours. The levels from the SOO foot tntiuti have hapn found badly cii'dl in iintl it will ttiko roiiflliliTiitite time to repair it bo ..... . i . . . . rc extensive pvpioraiion work euu liu eommonril. The concern is contemplating tho In fttiillntion of a Uiilrr in tho mill, of nnh-itnt onpneity to furnish tint mill nn hoisting ..nglno nt tho .shaft on tho Mil with ileum. Tho stonm for the liolot will bo run tnrough a lino n distnuee of tilmiit 300 font, boxed ami sunk in the ground, so us to lo thor oughly protected from tho weather. 'Tho mill Is l'inn put in shape for n s...

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