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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 17 July 1912

V? GOLD PRODUCERS OF MOHAVEARE BUSY Gold Roads and Tom Reed Mines Ship Big Bars of Yellow Metal At Regular Intervals. m Motiavc Co. Miner.) I v the Goldroail bullion mcs brought In a $20,000 liar i it property, tlic cleanup of ii k This is tlic regular, thing y li.it property and ,lt has been . , il.ir that it tins failed to cx , i. -innicnt The average bullion , (tit from the properly is now $100,000, but this is to he i I within the next six months. ' lie general understanding that w i n the next sixty days the new n. iiinrry for the additions to the h-p inlling plant will be received at K K,!i" and will be at once haul (I the mines. The property is r w "I such shape that it will be I i idle to install machinery capable' i limbing 500 tons daily, there Imig sufficient water to care for 'ia tonnage. The company will iiukr this mine one of the greatest ji n'-icrrs of the great groups of mining jiropcrty in the United vifi and Mexico. I it Wednesday Sid R. Reeves, c( Mir Tom Rccd for...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 17 July 1912

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 17. 1912 FREIGHT REDUCTION MADE BY SANTA FE Table Shows Old and New Rates With Many Decided Reductions Effective July II. A second ni.il crial reduction in freight rates lo Prcscott, effective July II, has been made ly the Santa l'e. The first became effective January 2. 1011, and involved a saving of from ( 5 per cent to 33 1 -.1 per cent in carrying charges on some commoditi'J. The second re duction provides a saving of almost SO per cent in some cases as com pared with the rales in effect prior to January 2, 1911. In order to convey a hotter understanding of these reductions, the following tahlc has been prepared to .show a comparison hetween the original rates, those in effect January 2, 1911, and those put into effect Thursday. The commodities named were selected at random. The figures shown are cents per hundred pounds. Commodity From .Agricultural impl's., hand, St. Louis Agricultural implements, " Canned goods Crockery Chicago Ol...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 17 July 1912

ARIZONA HISTORY IS RECALLED BY DORAN Anniversary of Pioneer is Properly Celebrated Among the Friends Of Ye Olden Days. (From Saturday's Dally.) mc Pioneers' Home in this . Thursday afternoon Major Doran, superintendent, cntcr tnformally a few of his old t 'tends and acquaintances, the 1 being the celebration of his t second anniversary, and in lty his fiftieth year as a rcsi- t Arizona. Recalling the days ( ' .Mt; at;o. Major Doran stated ' r arrived at Yuma early in w ' iinl was a soldier of the 5th nna volunteer infantry, under -iniuand of General Carlcton. were ordered to proceed at 1 ui Texas, and in a few weeks tt.ii into camp at Tucson, to await 1. r r orders. hlc en routct and at a point hiown as Picacho Pass, near Kt I Rock station on the Southern I railway Lieutenant Harrctt u.i 1. tiled, which was the first ,. 1 to overtake the column. ll ? 1irtif trvin tit ll.n t vi, r state, Major Doran returned to 1- ... 1 tu,.. f r.nn. and lor fifty consecutive MONTEZUMA PLANS 2100 FOO...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 17 July 1912

8 PHOTO PLAY FOLKS HAVE BEGUN WORK Everything Moving Off Satisfactorily And Silent Plays Are Being Arranged Rapidly, ( I'lom TucmI.i)' Daily) Eleven scenes itt a ntrtlicm pietttrr j .rrnrry of iiurtlicrii Arizona, hi melodrama, composed by Manager . ihe afternoon, a irlp will he nude Kcnni-iiio Fielding, nf the l.uhin Mnmifaclufiiiq Company, were pull- cd off in West Prescott yesterday afternoon Fielding pronounces it tt good half day's work and is jubilant over the co-operation fur iiished ly local ritinens in (he inoh i and studio scenes The photo play now being pro duccd ly this clever, well-balanced company of arliats, js one of (he largest tn hnr Iteen enacted in the Vel to date It contain seventy dght seencs and necessitates action in at leant twenty different natural settings. Mr Fielding was the imprcssario yesterday, bring ably agisted hy Miasc Ryan and Mason, leading Indy cuid ingenue, hoth of whom ac- Munieo mrmseivpi iinmy ah niroiign the warm day the actors and actress-...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 24 July 1912

S ! ' Journal,. Miner W EEKLY " 1 a ia f. PIOWEER PAPER OF ARIZONA. PMSCQTT, AMZO&A, WEDHESDA1 MOWimG, JULY 24. !I2. Anxiety is Allayed By Bulletins of Court Physicians Or AmqcIaU Proaa. TOKIO, Japan, July 23. The ex iretne tension caused hv tti ;n... iiitvoa of Mutsuhito, the emperor of Japan, r. relieved by the report of his physicians, but while there is a reason to be encouraged, the ' public must wait a week before assurance will be given respecting the out come. The improvement noted Sun day was maintained yesterday, and the bulletins, issued by the court physicians and which were posted throughout the empire indicated the maladies from which the em peror is suffering, arc under control, at least temporarily. MURDERER SUICIDES. FORTY-WIIfTH YEAR. 5 SHHANFflPn TFireDADDOcciliAmililire nuiuuimumtu illluiutmiu IlLUIUMn I IUI1 FATAL CUT RAILROAD TOTAfllT IINnTOTAMniMf Imfffii nclAVAmAnnr ",UM """uiuiniiuiiiu ,n" ' llw ni jniL ALLENTOWN, Pa., July 22.- iric schacfer, formerly a...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 24 July 1912

p ":Ar -Si 4 WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 24, 1912 1 ' ' - 1 " I S5 7 i ' . .7 Important Decisions Affecting All Government Lands COrYKIOlIT, 1DU. Homesteads. Section 0 of the act of March 2nd. 1889, is not an additional home s,'.i;nd law. It grants those persons otherwise qualified who hnve cx linnstcd tMr homestead right hy the cmrv of less than 160 acres of land under the homestead law who liavc ea'tied and received patent thereon by performing the required residence and cultivation, the right o make another homestead entry of the arcn which, added o that con taincd In the original tiul patented entry, shal' not exceed 160 acre. A.? ill other cases where the home Mend ntfh is restored, it requires full compliance with the homestead laws as to residence and cultiva tion of the lauds included in the new entry. The provisions of section 6 of the act of March 2nd, 1889, apply only to homestead entries of less than 160 acres of laud, and have no reference whatever to ...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 24 July 1912

IT RIVER HII KILLING TWO PHOENIX, Arizona, July 18. i Resulting in the death of two per sons, seriously injuring others and causing a heavy damage loss, one .( the most disastrous storms which has visited this valley in years oc curred last night shortly before 10 o'clock, continuing until far past midnight. The train on the Southern Pacific due here early last night was an nulled, and the breaking of the Ari 7ona canal were two more results of the storm. Probably that section of the val ley which suffered the worst effects of the storm was northeast of Mesa, where two people were killed, houses blown over and trees up rooted. Several homes were de stroyed and many smaller buildings badly damaged. AH the larger hay barns were blown down and debris of all kind was scattered over the fields. The home of John Arviso, one mile southeast of Mesa, was blown lown. Mr. Arviso, a prominent ranchman, was killed and Mrs. Ar viso was seriously injured. At the Bert Wingar ranch, Victor Yirqui, a...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 24 July 1912

V: WEEKLY JOURNAL-IIINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 24, 1912 m Oldest Paper in Arizona. Established March 9, 1864 Published by THE JOURNAL-MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Member Associated Press. Published Every Morning Except Monday J. W. MILNES, TERMS: MJmuy, pw rnonm Weekly, per year Weekly, six months '. Weekly, three months ....'. Payable in Entered at Postofficc, Prescott, Uader the requirements of tho new Advance in order that the paper may j ofond-clasi matter. Accordingly, subscriptions will be stopped at axpiration That Election "The Scarlet Woman" of Gazette, weeps, wails and gnashes Miner took occasion to criticize declaring that despite the plain tion the people were not to he trusted to hold an election this year, or any other year if their theory legal conclusion. Of course prior to the time Iorary mental aberration, handed me supreme court could wrap the ermine around themselves and garbed in the cloak of sanctity, were immune from criticism. Even if some proletariat did invo...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 24 July 1912

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 24, 1912 JEROME OFFICER AGAIN EXONERATED John Hudgens Set Free by Judge McLane in Preliminary Hearing Qn Murder Charge. (From Tuesday's Daily) In the preliminary examination estcrday,. before Judge McLane of Officer John Hudgens, for the kill ng of Sebastian Valcnzuella at Je rome last May, the accused was txoncrated. To warrant this verdict, the evidence of II. N. Crane, W. C. Strahan, C. T. Jolly, William N'caglc, William Holliday, Chas f . Fwing, Alex Bartoni, Judge Denni on, Chief of Police Fred Hawkins and others wns corroborative of the justification of Officer Hudgens. in taking the life of the Mexican. The prosecution had but two wit nesses, but only one was important, 'flic examination occupied over three and one-half hours and every little detail of the killing related to the coroners jury at the time of the event, with additional evidence brought ottt, conclusively established the fact that Offictr Hudgens at the lime was perf...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 24 July 1912

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 24, 1912 SIR GILBERT'S STORY IS A GRAPHIC PICTURE NOTED BRITON GE E NUN Article Sparkles With Good Cheer In Many References to Yavapai Points and People. Lifc Pieces from Ariona," a racy article In the staid old Fort nightly Review from the pen of Sir ii1bcrt I'arkcr, came to hand at the Chamber of Commerce last night. It Is a pity that everyone in Prcscott cannot read t tic whole paper for it slcals intimately with I'rcscott, the .Yavapai Chili and other well-known Institutions and distinguished citi-! vens as witness: "Did you ever sec Faro played, Judge?" "It was in the slope of tl.c!,l:,ys: aml tbosc thy? arc ".ot so f'?r arrangement in architecture which. gives the effect of a stopc in a mine-fitting tribute of the citizens of a mining town to the industry which give it being that the tender foot asked the question. The tendcr-n Toot was myself. "I had traveled too far for too many years to 'make a break' carc-,,lc wr,J' car as Cast...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 24 July 1912

MM1MM t WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 24, 1912 nAV PT17T PrillTnnnilin lliirr unn nrnlp HI DIBIt OLNHIUnonin witLUtK i cng News QTAPTQ Pfll ITiPM DCCC INHJCIS BAD Jn uimiiu I ULMIUm.UL.Ld 10 BUZZING WOUND BOSTON, Mass., July 19. The ; iiiioitnccmcnt of United States Senator W. Murray Crane that he will retire from Congress at the i lose of his present term has set all the Hay state politicians by the cars .,11(1 started the buzzing of numerous tcnatorial bees on both sides of the political fence. The leaders have wakened to the fact that there is little time to lose in preparing for the contest, as Senator Crane's term will expire next March and his successor must be selected by flic legislature that will be elected next November. The first name that flew to the minds and the lips of the repub lican politicians when the Crane an nouncement was made, was that of Curtis Guild, Jr., who served two terms as governor of Massachusetts and is now the United States am' bassa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 24 July 1912

8 WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNINO, JULY 24, 1912 cIhe Social Mirror (From Sunday's D.iilyl Social pleasures ran largely the pnat week to picnic parties, one of the most enjoyable being on lues - I l I ... I I. .11.. Ufly at wratme wen. iiivhhicu the party were Mrs. J. C. Hfrudon, j backer of Te.as. newly-elected pres Mr. E. W.Wclls, Mr. and Mrs. . i.la(t of the Federation of Women's John Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. David! Clubs, and Mrs. Henry Fnll of Russell. Mias Irene Well, and Mm Henry George, Mr. Robert Craw, ami Miss Until Ainsworth from Phoenix. Metdnmes Maud Baldwin, Ilenr George. I- A. Kastucr and Harry Tritle spent a delightful evening nt auction bridge, nt tiic latler's home, 1117 North Ml. Vernon avenue. Mm. Morris Goldwater, Mrs. Harry Tritle ami Mrs. Harry -Cold-water were dinner guests of Mrs. Dave Goldberg at Iron Springs, on Tuesday afternoon. After dinner they all repaired to the home of Mrs. Aaron Goldbcyg where they were joined by Mcsdames Cohl), "Lewis, James a...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 31 July 1912

Si Mik(my ja - t Weekly Journal -Miner NOIfEEK PAPER OF AXIZ&fA. IKADO IKIin IN HONOR MlN fflffl IS DENIEDJY DARROW TERROR JROM MEXICO AREGUARDS oUV VUno JapansDulerSuccumbs After Brave Me. tut All Rulers of the Earth Join in Sending Condolences S)y Associated I'resi. TOKIO, Japan, July 30. Mut yuhito, For 44 years emperor of Japan, died 'at 12:43 this morning. Yoshihito, Haru No Miya, reigns under the formula provided by the constitution promulgated by Mut- suhito (The Icing is dead. Long live the king). Mutsuhito, who was the 121st em peror of Japap, passed gently away. He was, unconscious for many hours prior to his death, and the empress, crown prince and most important officials of the household govern ment, were at his bedside. Haruko, now the dowager empress, yields to Frincess Sadako, the young empress who is the mother of three, sons, of whom the eldest is Hrrohito. Haruko has won universal sympathy because of her untiring vigil in the sick room, where she remained con-...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 31 July 1912

weekly JournAl-mInEr. Wednesday morning, july 31, 1&12 BLUSHING HONORS 1L0Y THE WINNER ARIZONA STATE NEWS CONDENSED FOR . FALL FAST ON HIM OF THE FAMOUS 1 THE BENEFIT OF JOURNAL-MINER READERS Our Own Malcolm Fraser Has Been Handed Numerous Appointments Lately by Governor (From Saturday Malcolm A. Frnscr, already sec retary of the I'rcscott Chamber of Commerce, secretary of the Arizona Coot! Roads Association, Immigra tion Commissioner of Immigration for Yavapai county, press agent for the I'rcscott Auto Club and Fair 'Commissioner for the county, not to mention a number of other tilings, has been further honored by Governor Hunt. Under date of the eleventh instant, the governor has named Fraer as one of five, composing an advisory committee to co-operate toward making the Twentieth National Ir rigation Congress to meet at Salt Lake City, Sept 26-October 3, the EASTERN CAPITAL! IS TO OEVaOP (From Saturday'. Dally) W. J. Martin, general manager of the Yuma-Warrior Mining company, ...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 31 July 1912

WEEKLY JOURNAL. MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 3!, 1912 ft CAMPBELL OF STATE FAIR President of Association Expatiates Upon Features Event a (From Wedncidtv'i Dally) Hon. Hush Campbell, of Flagstaff, who is in the city en route to Phoe nix to start the big machinery in motion for the Arizona State Fair this Fall, as the president of flic association, gave an interesting re view of what is contemplated on this occasion, which he was free to ay would unquestionably be the greatest event the people have ever witnessed. Going into details, Mr. Campbell said; Better Accommodations. "We expect to have the biggest and the best fair the people of Ari zona have ever witnessed. The legis lature has been fairly generous and we have enough money in reserve to give a good exhibition. Last .year we had a sixty-foot addition to the grandstand built, but this Fall another sixty feet will be added. Arizona is growing so rapidly that it is difficult for the management to keep pace with the increasing ...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 31 July 1912

- Ml WEEKLY JOURNAL-MI ME R, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 31, 1912 JOURN Oldest Paper in Arizona. Established March 9, 1864 Published by THE JOUKNAL-MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Member Associated Press. Published Every Morning Except Monday J. W. MILNES, Editor and Manager TERMS: Daily, per year $9.00 Daily, per month 75 Weekly, per year a. 50 Weekly, six months 1.50 Weekly, three months .. x.oo Payable in Advance. Cntered at Postoffice, Prcscott, Ariz., as second-class mail matter Under the requirements of tho new pottal law, subscription, nru payable in vlvuico in order that Uiu pnpnr muy bo permitted to past through tho mail ma second-elms matter. Accordingly, subscription, will be stopped at axplratlo A DEMOCRATIC PARTY WEAKNESS Our friends across the political fencr nrc dusting their campaign roosters and practising shoutinir. Let tlicm remember the nianv flowery hopes of August that arc blasted by the chill frosts , o November. The Democrats have had complete political control for only...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 31 July 1912

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 31, 1912 .V J V P ocia From Sunday's Daily) An Interesting wedding was o.iicd ih ..ii!f..i I? cmnizcd Tuesday evening at the home of Supervise and Mr, Wil- 1 nm mon ipni Vrnc t ti..l. liam Stephens. Ernest J. Park and Mae Masscy, a wealthy and popular young lady of Chicago, were united in marriage at 8.30 by Father Ham pont of Jerome. The bride is a young person of charming personal ity, a former instructor in one of the Chicago Art schools, and is a niece of John Harrington of Je rome. The popular groom needs no introduction as he is the well-known and efficient clerk of the board of supervisors, and numbers his friends by the score. After the ceremony, light refreshments were served. The happy couple will make their home in this city. The wedding was a very quiet affair and only a few friends were present, among them being Supervisor and Mrs. William Stephens, Marguerite and Mildred Stephens, Master Harold- Stephens, Mr. and Mrs. Joe D...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 31 July 1912

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 31. 1912 6 W. m OF HI WAR 10 II KNIFE IS BA1TLE-CRY OF CLANS Ignores Decision of Court and Kicks Constitution to Further Per sonal Ambitions (From Pirlsy'i Barfy,) One of the bitterest fights Arizona has ever witnessed is already in cubating and when the show-down comes between the two factions of the 'great unwashed" there will be fur flying and no mistake. . Al ready the warriors are digging up their panoply of war and furbishing it so it shines even like unto the sun at mid-day, and the tomahawks are being whetted to keen and sharp edges, preliminary to the sanguinary conflict that will noon come; the pipe of peace has been laid away In cotton and moth-balls and the big chiefs are sending out couriers giving the alarm to the faithful braves, and whispering advice and counsel in their ears. From the hills the beacon-fires are flashing significant signals over the valleys and plains and even across the desert places, stirring up unwonte...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 31 July 1912

" a.V WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 31t 1912 7 STORMS DO DAMAGE TO COUNTY ROADS Highways East Badly Cut upCounty Bridge Over Agua Fria Unsafe. (From Saturday Dally.) Record breaking rainfalls arc now, marks on the bank of thU rMm taking place in Prcscott and vicinity, and serious damage is reported from the eastern part of the county to wagon roads and farming property. The heaviest precipitation known for over twenty years during July, for the duration of twenty-four hours, was that between 6 p. m. of Thursday and 6 p. m. on Friday, the weather observatory at Pamset gaaf recording 1.93 inches of rain. The storms occurred intermittently during that period, and continued last night shortly after 6 o'clock. So far as the outside country is to be considered, the storm of Thursday was attended with dis astrous results, to the cast of Prcs cott, the havoc alone to county roads being .conservatively placed at $5,000. County Road Superintendent D. M. Clark, who inspected th...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 31 July 1912

r" 4. '''' ' 8 WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 31, 1912 COPPER HIGHWAY BEING REPAIRED Route to be Detoured From Foot Of Divide and Troublesome Grade Will be Eliminated. (From Tuesday's Daily) Rebuilding nnil repairing the Cop per Basin highway yesterday readi ed a point to within about one quarter of a mile of the divide, or on the eastern slope of the range. Up to that point one of the best roads in the county lias been com pleted, on a grade basis of not to exceed seven per cent, or a reduc tion over the old highway running to as high as twenty-seven per cent. Superintendent of Roads D. M. Clark states that from the foot of 1hc divide the route would be de toured to the right and the high elevation to pass over and down into Government Springs would be eliminated. The new route will be about one mile longer than over, the summit, and surveys made show gooil soil conditions to be prevail ing. The new strip will require about two months' work to place it in first-class...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
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