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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 4 September 1907

WEEKLY JOURNAI-MINER, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1007. PAGE ITVXi e Social Mirror (From Sundny's Dally.) A very attractive and pretty party was given "t the Yavapai Club, Satur day afternoon, by Mm. Leslie. Lnrimur and .Mm. Leroy Anderson. The guests were received in tlio dnnco hall, which li.nl been made most attractive with the profuse decoration of sweet peas, and a few comfy chairs for those who did not play euchre. fVi.i rfifriialittiiinta t.in I... I . lUHitiLiiio rvtu pvi I'll lit-IIJlU the game began, nnd the dining room never looked prettier, the beauty of tho scene being enhanced by the elcgnnio of the gowns worn by the guests. Jn tho center u large table had been sot for the young ladies, the buds of so doty, and all the decorations were whitu and pink, nnd the fnvora were white and pink bon-bons. The other tables were decorated, some with red, and Home with lavender sweet peas, and at each place thcro was placed n dainty bon-bon box, filled with little candles. After the da...

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. — 4 September 1907

fit WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER. 1, 1007. TA01J SIX 'I i .',1 Proceedings Of The Board of Supervisors Of Yavapai County across .Mint Viiiiey nnn uirougii i lif ter's Kniiph, and thrri internets Hip present county rend nt ti point nbont n mile init of Tho. Humphrey's Hnnoh; ami more definitely described ns tun hint; pant H. Cook's nnd .1. W. Stew nrt 'i, be declared n county mini. On motion It was ordered Hint notice he posted, ns provided by Paragraph 3072. Section 3017, It. S. 1001, urn! September 3rd, 1007, lni!iintol ns Hip rri nf the H-.ir l I Sni.. r apni rr.itiity . ri"'n. pr .tt. An., Aug. 211.1, W7. Rosrd of Kqoaliaation of Yvpi fty, Arizona, mpt pursuant to ! Joammcnt, Thursday, Auguat 22nd, 1007, at fl a. m. Pfwnt -Harney Hmith, Chairman i riw. I. Harrington, Mpniber; W. H. WlBRiil.l. Member; C. A. IVtPr, Jr., Ckffc. Minute .f August 211 'pad, and on imrtloB, the a worr approved, j IV f.dlmvin assessments, for Rood, coos 8rst shown, wpr iaksn up In the onI n...

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. — 4 September 1907

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1007. PAGE SEVEN Cily News I ....in Brief Circulating Among Frionds. .lolm I), Itankiu of Hillside In In tin) city, circulating among his friends. Visited Hero Yesterday. Mr. George V. Young of tin- Derby mining i-Hiiip visited hero yesterday. Purchasing Supplies. KIrkland Visitor. W. D. Dickson of Kirklninl N visit ing in tin; city. Hero From Mayor. .1. 8. Ambrose of Msiyur is here on n business visit, friends In Florence. (From Thursday's Dnity.) Del Rio Visitor. I I Miilmrin of Del Hlo is here on a' H.IK Hi visit, Stoddard Visitor. Mr I, linker of Stoddard Is vis ing in tli city. . t i ... i iti-ii A rreicssiuuiu vHi. , ,., ,., ..... ., , . " nuillllliuuilll 1 1 it II. i;r. ii. i. noipn oi ucuivo t hero mi pioneer Visits , I ..! I ,....--..,..... ,... .,,, ,,,,, i()ncrr of , . , I iiH.Hi i a win mi iiuiil.' .Mr. nii.i -Mrs. loin Lnrroll of Hum- Hkull Valley on mining busing Left for Octavo. M. .1. Italloran of (iroom Creek in in Camp ...

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. — 4 September 1907

1& J to 4 r I'.' I'AOl OUT WEEKLY JOUItNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY, OEFTEMBER , 1007. HUMBOLDT CELEBRATES LABOR DAY IN STYLE Smelter City Entertains Over 1,000 Ex cursionists From Tlie Surrounding Country-Events of tlie Day. Il. lift -Il Wlinlll llllfr IlilN bei'll II I good lnl f miilry 111 l . .piestri in I inpllsllllienU. Some delay was .-X- penciled in arguments over the rules but flnnllv lM.t.i t It wire sihimi The ntrnlr proved rather luinr, lint the croud took the exhibition In a good nnlurid way, ninl cheered when my was awarded first money for riding uroutiil tin! diamond. Minor Hports, After tlm broncho busting lly vis ilors uathrred oil tlm nililii street f With i.mi.i idaylmj, visitor , 15 mlnut exhibition, drilling SI. timtto irit..l.lt. the smHtr rily, ' inch.. AllJiotigh the mranl inn.l.. ,-,i-.i.v ,.t..t,riitml l.nlH.r Day in n not equal thnt mud- l.y this popular mtuapf well worthy town of thrice its team lu this rlty ,.lnly B, tho announce- L JoW,( wjrr, ,,,, nrill fi...

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. — 11 September 1907

WEEKLY ARIZONA IOURNAL- MINER MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS PIONEER PAPER OF ARIZONA. BANS DEFEATS BRITT OUTBREAK AGAINST MEN WHO WORE THE CALIFORNIA!!! QUITS JAPS IN Orientals Arm Themselves And Charge The WhitesNineteen Arrests Made. SKATTLiE, Wash., Sept. 9.-A vprclnl from Vancouver says: As a result of tho disorders, Saturday and Sunday evenings, tho situation hero is trgnrded ns increasing in menace. The Japaneao notified Chief of Palico Chamberlain that tho police protection was Inadequate and that they will take steps to protect' inowselvos. JU Japan ese employed in hotels and restaurants have withdrawn from work. It is said tho loaders havo instructed them that they must not work under penalty of $100. .)niniieNn n r (i purchasing firearms and tho aspect of nffairs is threatening. Tho Ht.'iimcr Mont Eaglo is duo to ar rive, Wednesday or Thursday, with runny Oriontnls, and will ho mot by a hnstilo demonstration. If, ns freely discussed, tho Orientals will not !, nllowcd to land. Th...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 11 September 1907

I'AOIS TWO MORE DAMAGE DONE THAN SUPPOSED Delayed Reports of Tuesdays Storm Show Thousands of Dollars Lost Th routfh Flooded Streams. (From Saturday 'a Dally.) Heporls nulling in ilaily from tn' Auii 1'rlu country indieato that the storm which visited that scrtion, Tues tiny, was the mint destructive In the history of that part of tho county since Um first settlement. In its fury the llnoil iliil many thousands of dollars worth of ilamiiK'', in enrryinj; away rnllroail bridges, washing away farms, j houses, orchards, ami milling camps, besides drowning a largo numlier ofjonwanl niHh of waters, which, al thin cattle anil horses, ami demolishing point, rose 1.1 foot above tho lieil of fi.iii'i'M. I A peculiar feature of the lloml was t nnt the yreale.it damage was tlnno when) there wax absolutely no rainfall i until after the high waters hud sub sided. , An eye-witness to the havoc wrought in the Dewey Modioli Minted yester day that in riding across tho Agua Kriii Valley on luirHolino...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 11 September 1907

wHkltf (StIKAL-MIKEB, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, luoY PAOB TUBES NEW YORK'S SCHOOL ARMY 750,1X10 STRONG Fifty Thousand New That Number Still Unprovided F Passing of the King of Gamblers Vis iting Scientists Discover .Mosquitoes Four Feet Long Lack of Policemen. NKW YORK, Sept, l.-During tho d' ol yenr just beginning, Father Knickerbocker will havo to go down m'o IiIh not overly full pocket to tho t.mc of (3 1,0 11,323.75 for tho education i f his yonllifiil cltl.nnn, im Increase ( more thnn (0,000,000 over Jnst year. This enormous Hum given Homo Inillcu 1 1 1 1 of tho size of tho nchool problem of tlio metropolis. Jn thin, tho greatest renter of wealth nnd commerco in tho country, tho memory of mini runneln nit lnirk to tho timo when there were enough ricutn in tho public nhonls for oil the ehildreu. Moro thnn 51,000 now illingn huvn liceu provided thin year and yet It nppenrn Hint out of tho city 'm i Vi.OOO school eliildron, iienrly 100,000, n number largo enough to populate ininy n...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 11 September 1907

PAOB IOVK WEEKLY JOURNAX-MINEK, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1007 THE ARIZONA Oldest Paper in Arizona. Published lly THE JOURNAL -MINI2R PUBLISHING COMPANY Member Associated Press. Published Every Morning Except Monday. J. W. MILNE3, TERMS: Daily, per year Daily, per month Weekly, per year Weekly, six months Weekly, three months Payable in The Journal-Miner will bo continued until ordered stopped. Hills arc ent out regularly, and subscribers arc requested to pay the same promptly. Subscribers who desire the paper stopped at any time are urgently requested to send notice if lie ill Entered at the Postoffice, Prescott, Editorial OUlt AUMY rUOHI.EM. Wit need iniirii soldier. Desertions nro numerous, mill n I int iikmi t m few .For fi imtioii nf tin- llr.it class, w.i Imvit by far tint smallest Hlumliug uriny fi ml thn wage is the highest. With eighty mlllimiH Miiiilnlliiii to ilrnw 11 1 it, why nhoiilil it )n mo ililllrult to recruit our small forc'i', scarcely nuir thiiti two or three imm...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 11 September 1907

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, "l007. PioE ViVE 0 Social Mi (From Holiday 'h Dally.) Mrs. Francis I. Wright and Mm. 'J '..iiiiis (I. Norris gave n most Interest ,i,g ntiil charming parly to about fifty t iinir friends, Thursday tiftornoon, at w Vnvapal Cluli. TJio club never , . .1 iiny prettier, for no pains had I, . . i, spared in tlio floral decorations, He halls weru decorated with nun IIovw-m, anil the Hoom covered with Nuajo rugH, wbllo I tin danco ball, white tin' guentM woro received, was ii orated profusely with hwooI pens ml golden glow. The floor was near :v lovered with Nnvujo nign, and the . mfortnblo Morris clialm, mado tho 1 irgc ball look like a big living room, T.e lifrhtH were till covered with pink paper shades, and each sldn light was fitooncd with tbo wild grnpo vines. In the dining room tbo tables wero cuv- rid with pretty ten clotlm and ench table wax decorated with pink and white aweet pens, wbllo tbo mantel w.ii bidden with tbo wild grapu vlne...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 11 September 1907

WEEKLY JOURNAlfMlNEB, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1007 PAGE SIX i S t i If ' i 1VRH1HT AHKH CITY TO PAY long I ti ndeavorltig to 'fiir' such ! school niiMrintfiiIctit, nml the county LIGHT HILL, a fiiirfi.m from tlio government, and 1 surveyor will have an utile.., with mi ; it 1 now aid that they, with others vault attached. (from Wednesday's Maily.) interested, have sue.eeded in securing Frank Wright, general manager "f 11 promise of such action, tho Pre. . -it f:if tri- impiinv, at list i To n Journal Miner oorreMtident night' ni-i'tini( "f tin' ritv itui 'il, ' .n- who sumiM m well posted mi this ASkwl tec council to allow the lull doc ' mutter, said yesterday; lilt i-omiinriy fir furnishing tin- city. "It may he many year before tin- BEAUTIFUL NAVAJO GIRL DIKS IN MISERY. IffjkU fur th- pint t '.oven month. Aft ' agricultural lan. I of the reservation tag Mayor Wil.n informed him Ihnt i will be open to 4Pttlrttntii, Imt I rtm ib amount would ! nettled at the 1 informed Dint Siirlii...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 11 September 1907

It WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1007 PAGE SEVEIf i city News in Brief I llrum Thuxadny's Sail.) MiC 'bo Visitor. Trenberth, of MeCnbe, is in the ph ..'iiix Visitor. ! . ('. Tonoy, of Phoenix, in vis i re re. Joromo Visitor. M' M. O'Hricn, of Jerome, is in the ! a short visit. phocn x Capitalist Hero. i M Ward, n Phoenix capitally, It I 1 . ..!..! " .1 inmin.-nn rinii. Ucr 1'roin Cananca. Mr . I'.. Holt Inn arrived in thin . ir 'in Cnniicn, Mexico. Back 1'roiu l'hocnix. .1 , i.. s AdnuiH returned yesterday frm ii business visit to Phoenix. Placcrita Visitor. (.. rge .Mnlinr, who has. mining In- i n in t lie J'lnccritu section. Is vis- i g in tin- city. An OIHclnl Visit. i jwnty Assessor Cnmpliell is paying mi visu io .leromo mill the sur- r ii ling country. A Professional Visit i' -rin-y II. M. (Jibbes, of Jerome, nrrwd hero hint evening on prnfei- Mdiiiii business. Mount Union Vinltor. .Inuts (. Hroille, tho Mount Union nutnng mini, in hero iiirciuiHiii supplies f ...

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. — 11 September 1907

I I'AOi: KIOHT WEEKLY JOUBNAL-MINEIL WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1907 City News M M A z A in Brief i (From Sunday 'h i'nllv.) lloio From Humboldt. W. M. M irdii -f JIntfil..lt iting in I In' iitv. Cortlctt Vinltor. Mrs. .1. II. Cord pf rl" n visit- ing in I ln oit.v. Mayur Vls'oi, j W. A. Miirr.n if Mnyir in Iwro n it abort tn-i t- visit, lloro I'rotn I'lmsnlx. V. It. rlirinty f I'lineni.? In brr.s on li Hlmft business ntt. McCabo Vlirttor. Mrs. (ienrge Ptaiiiiner f MeCubc in visiting with friends in tho rity. Loft for Wiekonburg. I'. M. Dr. seller left liml night for Wlckenhiirg mi it mini" inspection trip. McCabo Visitor. .1. A. Trciiberln, the MeCitbe eon tract inn ten-niter, is here on u iiusl jichs visit. Visiting With FrlcmlH. Joseph O'Connor, it popular Hum boldt mechanic, ik visiting with friends in tlic rity. Circulating Anions Hln Friend. Alln'M French is in tin1 rity from lh. Hiclirtili.tr mine, circulating uniting hi many friends. CabbnKO Kitu: Hero. (loorgo A. Ainswnrth, t...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 18 September 1907

WEEKLY ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER MEMBER AS800IATED PRESS PIONEER PAfER OF ARIZONA. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA WEDNESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 18, IftT. BOILERMAKERS STRIKE SPREADING RAPIDLY Five Stv Paul Roads Become Involved In Labor Troubles. spnKANK, Wash., Sfpt. HJ.-Nino I idermnkers employed in I no Northern I'.i. ille shops here, received word from Paul, Minn,, on Bunday, to strike, nl Micy walked out nt once, leaving thr foreman and one- hclporto do tliu n rk of tho division. The (Irent North rni bmlermrikcni nt Hlllinrd received wnrl to tills morning, and the en tiro force, consisting of seventeen men, failed to ),'o to work. Strtko Breakers Arrive. .ST. PAUL, .Minn,, Sept. H5.-Ono hundred and ton men, secured in the east to (111 the places of the striking boilerinnkers on tlm flvc Ht. Paul road involved in tho present labor trouble, reached Bt. Patd today, and wcr taken to tho (Jrent Northern shops. Other arc coining. A LANDS Sixty -Three Are While Under A Tree SUIT Herder Is Shocked Is Un...

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. — 18 September 1907

WEEKLY J0URNAL4UMER. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1H, 1007 PAQE TWO IGHTNING STRIKES II HOUSE HDD BURNS IT Place Owned By Richard Sumid Who Was Absent (Pmi MaU4oy' Daily.) During tho clot trie uml rain that prevailed hero I nut night, storm nliont :30 o'clock, a one-roomed house owned r Itlehnrd Humid nn North Mout't Vernon street, near tho Standard Oil eoaipauy'n warehouse, adjacent to tho H. R. 1 (c V. railroad tracks, wan truck by lightning ami burned to tho ground. Mr. Humid was absent at tho tlinn aad tho place wiw unoccupied. Tho bum ia witimatcil nt about $1,000, believed o ho not covered by insurance. Tho Mm wan noticed hrcnkini; out ou tho inuth siilo of tho roof during 11 lull in the Htorm, by neighbors, who turned in the alarm, and utti'tnit.'il to Htay tan progreni of tho llnmcn before tho Arrival of tho liro apparatus, driven by Assistant I'iro Chief Charles Koarley. Tkat oart of tho city wan in ultnimt ioUl dnrknosa at tho titan on ac sunt of tho arc light being oxtlng mlahed ...

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. — 18 September 1907

WEEKLY JOURNAL-IOMRR, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1007 PAB SEVERE CRITICISM OF GLASS' WORK PRICE MUST COME TO A FIXTURE Monica mlno, for tho pant few months, SOON. cnmo in yentcrdny with a numi.or oi nnmplcs from ono of tho vein, ho linn I hern developing, which, according to hln statement, In over .10 fcrt in width on tho surface, and mineralized nil tho wny across. Tho oro in ft sulphide, carrying nliout fl In gold vnluon. Velnlct. of hi slier urado hnv.i been TURKEY CREEK COMPELLED TO USE SIXBIIOOTMb" AS A CLUB. CORRESPONDENCE (Unas 11-'. WUj) HIh head nwnthed In bandagea ami resembling In appearance mid maBanr it mnn who had ventured too cloiio t tlm IiiimIiu'HH end of n mule, Jamaa TUItKBY, Ariz., Bent. ll.-Dlck Hurko, who sayn ho "blow" into Jr- Umlnh nrrlvoil from l'rcucott recently, omo from Hnn Frni.clseo less thnn Expert's Report Finds Many Faults rVitk The Municipal Lighting Plant Con structed Under The Direction Of A Former Pretcott Resident. (Hunt on Flnnuclal New..) Thcro...

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. — 18 September 1907

FAOli l'OVB WEEKLY JOUKNAL-M1NRB. WEDNESDAY, BBl'THMBEK IB, 1007 THE ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER Oldest Paper in Arizona. Established March 9, 1864. Published By THE JOURNAL-MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Member Associated Preei. Published Every Morning Except Monday. J. W. MILNE3, Editor and Manager. TERMS: Daily, per year f9 (aily, per month 75 bakly, per year 2.50 Sttklj, six months 1-5 uy, three months Payable in fit Journal-Miner will he continued until ordered stopped. Bills arc Mat out regularly, and subscribers arc requested to pay the same proenptly. Subscribers who desire the paper stopped at any time are argently requested to send notice to this office and pay amount due. (UNION itered at the Postoffice, Prescott, Editorial "BP1BIT ADVICE.' 'An 4 now comes tho "strange case vt Mrs. riper, nil. I her Little might Ky" It is tin1 old, old story of an sgesl nun, believing in u tangible con notion between thin world nnd the est, und permitting' a clever woman to ho4wink liiin. When the su...

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. — 18 September 1907

MI2IDMAH SEEKS TO HAVE HIS CASE REOPENED, (Faom AtMimy'g Dally.) In ln- district court, yoserdny, At t. tniv Heeso M. I.lng nikcd the court il( reopen thu enso of J. p, Wilson vs. p. '. i'reidmnu, in which n judgment ,n favor of the philntiflr was rendered lat week. The motion was denied. The icopening of the case, ns (ivo.' I by Attorney Ling, wns for the litM.ie or Introducing ovldcnvn on be half ( defendant overlooked during Hie dial now doled. Judgment for plaintiff was rendered ,u ine taw u .uicnnei Mcllrido r;,, ,1 I tax in the sum . .. i ..... .. . ovs, aim uir court orucrcil the fore thenim of tin attachment Hen on per fonni property mm u,o n f .nne .linlguieilt for plaintiff wax ordeied ,ntfred lu the case of . F. Hwlgcrt Lltt II... .'.HI, ...... ..,.1 1 . "l 1 IN (be HIM The cue of Htn Silverman vs. P. (!. I'reldinan wil-i dismissed nnd a motion to relax costs In tho caso of , L, Itoolcy v. the Hurllngtou Gold Mlu' ing company was taken under ad-Tiirmeuf. The caso of Fred ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 18 September 1907

.1 '. WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER IS, 1007 PAOn HtX il u 1 n ii , o h tht an tar i 1 btit "t, iimi Woe. of I rich uiiiiii hfni lUlli ii for f. Ink's & ml in II DESCRIBES TRIP TO HOME OF TIE PILGRIMS C H. Rutherford Visits Historic City Of Plymouth Interesting Narrative Of The Scenes He Viewed (Frm Wcdaomlay'a Daily.) It was a pleasant afternoon in Aug ust when wo Steamed mil of tho Hus- ton Terminal, fit rmiti' for Plymouth, tho l.'iinl of the Pilgrims. Ah wo passed down through tlio towns of Chnssott, Scltuuto, tho Marshliclds ami Diixhury, tho scene grew more ami more pinning until finally, when wo reiioiio 1 Ply inoiitli, after a trip of ono hour ami forty iniiiute-i, w were fully propirod for tho beauties of tin' historL' old (own. After supper we strolled ilovvi In tho niton1, ami wero rewarded liy most beautiful Hi'i'iii'. It was just Mtn not, nml the bay was tinted with op.il pink, bluo ami green, mirroring faint Jy tho glorieo of I he western Kliy, Awhv to...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 18 September 1907

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINES. WEDNESDAY, HEPTEMBEB 18, 1007 PAOE SEVEN am txt tH nrf. the' ID. ri. m GANAHEA M ES PARK ANOTHER RICH STRIKE ER MAY RE BIG SMELTER cm City News ....li Brief 1 Copper Glance Found Government May Sell Mayor Visitor. Here From Mayer. M. 21. Smirks of Mover is here ou a Spent YoAterdny Hero. Mr. ami Mrs. W. D. Christy of Phno nix spent yostordny In tho city. Humboldt Visitors, Mr. ami Mr. .1. Mitchell Roberts of Humboldt nro visiting in tho city. Horo On Business, Morse Dimmit, tho Hillside mor rhaiit, Ih hero on a business visit. Visited Here. Miss ViiiIii Strlngfleltl of (Irnnilo vis ited with friends hero yesterday. In rrom HI Mines. Camp Vcrdo Morchnnt Hero. ' F. h. Slack, tho Cnmji Verde mcr chant, In horo on n business visit. Bellgman Morchnnt Here. Mli'lmi'l Mcllridc, tho Hollgmnn mrr cliiinl, Ih horo on n business visit. Homo From Lob Angeles. K.E. BURLINQAMK & Co. ACCi V AEEIfT And CMUVIICAL AjjAI UlTllK LABORATORY In 1050 Foot Level Tract of Land For ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 18 September 1907

'I 1 VAM. lilOIIT WEEKLY JOURNAL M1NEE, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1007 II 4 ! i 4 1 ,1 ; i city News Si in oriel i 8: fckkfctaftfiftfcftfcfckftlifcftifihfckliftlifc (From Sunday's Daily,) "Hack From Jcrutno. A K. l'hle returned here Inst night I rum ;i visit In Jerome. Crown Kln Visitor. "Mr. N. K. Andi'r.suii of Crown King is visiting etty. Purchasing .Supplier, IV. A. Long, 1 1 1 Lower I .yn. Creek mini' owner tnd prospector, spent yes terday here purchasing supplies. Spent Yesterday Here. Miss itnse Wilson, teacher of tin; public school :tt .Iciome .tunctinti, pent yesterdiy hcie on business. -Lclt for Olobo. T. II. Hate left lust night on the Hiiiithlioniiil tr.'iiii for (Hobo. Hi pects to lie ubsoul iilionl :i week. Will Losvc for Flagstaff. Judge SIoihi unit Attorney lleese M. Mug will leave today for Flngstall', wlicrc the judge will open court, .Mon slay. Hack From IMiouix. II. ('. Story, superintendent of the S. I"., P. (c P., returned yesterday In his private car from I'hnc...

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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
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