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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 22 December 1888

'Witti-KLY CITIZEN SA'ITJRDAT DECEillJER 22, 1SS8, ARIZONA AS A STATU Wo publish elsewhere ft letter from Brewster Cameron to the Philadelphia Press advoeatinc the absorption of An zona with Southern California, when that portion of oountry shall have be come a free nnd sovereign stBto. Wo give the article m question not as our sentiments nor as the eentimentu of the people of ArizonD.bat merely to show the other end of tho argument however mnchat variance it any bo with the real wants of tho territory. Possibly eo far as tho interest of cattle men are con cerned the measure advocated would present a moneyed advantage by placing them on a like footing in tho California markets with tho stock growers of that state. But we must ro beyond this and oonsider the interests of the tenitory. whiah are large and variable bs a whole, without due respect to any one portion or eeotion thereof. Similarity of climate and liko pro ductions of foil out no ficuro in the mat ter whatsoever. If they d...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 22 December 1888

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY. DECEH3EI" 22, 1SS3 Railrcsd business is improvirijj. Judpe Grep? returned to SShii Bernnr. dino last eveuing. OomiDK! Hseal, k- -.'the air and American Blondm. Hon. Lewis Martin has j-ono to Han Francisco on B. of L. E. business. John Define his returned from a business trip to Chicago. The timpcraace movement is being azit V.ed considerable jast now and eeems to be growing in favor. Arisona should copy tbo New Mexioo law making tram robbery n capital of fense. Too Arizona I'.oneers will have a prtnd reunioj and ball on Saturday, December 29th. Pbe Papngo Fumin, the murderer of Ford. will ban,: on the 21st unkes some power ste:s in and intervenes. B 3b Lewis of Ssn Francises, passed through oa the east bonnd tram 1 6t ev ening Oa fan return from Tombstone he will etop here. Mrs. Glassoott has opened a Crst-alass toy and notion store on Congress streot below Wheeler Bnd Perrj's. Mr. Pierce Ford's fnther and mother have cmved from Missouri and will spend tho ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 22 December 1888

WEEKLY CITIZEN- B ATUItDAT DECEMBER 22, 1SSS, Col. J. B. Morton, of Xumu, hB8 been appointed portmasterot that place. There is some talk of private theatri cals again. The Tucson Sampling Works shipped 40,000 pounds of ore yesterday. The sheriffs offioe received s dispatch this moraine from James Speedy at No alea saying he bad arreBted Joan Eo nqnos for the killing of the Ohinaman called unilivan. lie comeBtes to lao killing in connection with the two wo men armen and J.aria wuo are now locked np in the eonntyjail. Ennqnes was formerly in the employ of Major Fred. W. Smith of the land office, and is . 1 1 r 1 . , : . t- a snort ini3ae jienuuu, u nun.. necro blood. Deputy Sheriff Speedy will probaoly arrive witD tne prisoner this evening. It will be seen by on order published PROPOSALS. The rain fall of yesterday was 42 hun- elswhere in the Oouriar that Gen. Miles Mry Department of Arizona. lie is now in command of the Divison of the Faciflo, which takes in Arizona, New Mexico Cal i...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 29 December 1888

WEB KLY CITIZ EJN. VOL XViV. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY DECEJIBER 29, 1888. V KEKLY CITIZEN. VTUKDAY, DECEMBER 29, 18S3 Tiie Citizen PfiDtins & PflMiSuM C IIEItltKKT IlltOWX, General Manager. 8 x ll'.aiUs -. Iree Months . AUTEllTISI.NO KATES : U tuare, first insertion.... O eSaoiife, eichsaLiodgueutiniwrtioD. teums fob Tar. daily: 8 , i M mt LV.V.". SS-S-. 1'.- Month -S S 00 ,. 2 no .. 1 00 2 tO 125 $10 00 .. 500 . 1 so OFFICE : Comer Congress and Church Streets - Maiden Lane and Church Street. ARIZONA.'-) MINERAL AND II Kit OUTl'DI. Through the kindness o Hon. John T. Day of the United Grdogicnlirm vey, the Citizen has been favored with b copy of the mineral resources of tbo Cnitcd States. From the general bear ing of tbe book and the statistics con tained therein, it is evidently one of the most valuable works of tbo kind ub lisbed by the government. That por tion relating to the mineral output of this territory is especially interesting to the friends of...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 29 December 1888

If ' ' ' " 1 .- - - -. - - - i itm c- r ' . . m n- . . - - - - -3 r WEEKLY CITIZEN SATURDAY DECEMBER 29, 16SS. OUR STREETS, lr can safely be said that no city In tbe United States of the size, population and pretentions of Tucson has snoh mis erably kept streets. In dry weather un lesH constantly sprinkled they turn to ore Bhower that falls in suf ficient quantity to reaoh the solid earth underneath, simply converts them into uu uncompromising mud puddle from i m thn other. This has been BliC , j litoncht acout by the raw hide method in vogue for repairing them piling on . ,. Airt. This olan under certain .r,fliti-inR mar afford temporary relief tut It either adds to the depth of the ..nj.ii. nrhMi the rain comes, or oircu real estate riso, to the diiznst of theoarefnl housewife, with th.fippk trentle zaDhyr that wings its ay from the south. The adobe charao of hA earth is such as to forbid per manent relief and so it ever will be till a n.. nnd more Droeressive pohoy be adopted. Ev...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 29 December 1888

seas" kaa WEEKLY CITIZEN, SATURDAY, DECEMBEU 29, 1SSS LOCAIi NEWS. IndiotiionB for mora rain are Rood Hon. P. J- Bolan returned horn to Sotomonville last nijrht. Al 0. Bernard of Ariraea was on the etrcfits yesterday greeting many fnenda. O. M. Miller, proprigtor ot the Wind sor House at Benson, web in the city during the holidays. K. F. Read, well known hero, and en gaged in minirg at Haribaw, spent Christmas in the city. "The World" will be on the boards at Beid'a opera honse on January 9th aad 10th. R. F, Read, road OTorneer ot llarihaw distnot No. 5, made his settlement with the board of aaperrisors. The b ;rd ot anperriRora continued is session to-day, allowing demands on the connty. Qeo. Cooler has rented the saloon part in the front of tho new Opera House, and will move into it January 1st. It is reported that A. 0. Bernard of Anvaca, will be the.ander-tnena, com menoinc with Sheriff ShawV naw term January 1st. Hon. 0. M. Straua and Mr. Henry Hiss reoeiTed to-day two decant n...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 29 December 1888

7 itfKEKLY CITIZEN i 1 8.VITJltlAY DECEMBER 29, 1SS8, A Merry Christmas. Doa Hanford is expected to return to Tncsou is a few days. The train going north wbs two honro late this morning. Hon Oharles K. Drake loaves this even ing for Phenix to be gone one dny. Miss L. A. Bayoo liss been granted a life diploma as a teacher by tho state of Nevada. The establishment of A. Goldscbmidt & Co. atrallsred up enolher car load of oanned incuts to-day. There be some fine trap shooting et the University gronada to-morrow, provided it does not rain. The Phenix papera bsve fully decided vho will till the federal offices. They may.pernaps bo slightly mistaken. Hon. Burt Danlap remained over to consult Hon. Chns. It. Drake and re lumed to Graham county last evening. Prioe & Kainsbury nrc selling the best Sondra oranges very cheap. Give them a call before purchasing. - There will ba n regular Christmas bill of fare at the Palace hotel to-morrow for dinner, Tho little folks are happy in antici...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 20 April 1889

A fctoV TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY APRIL 20 1888.: NO 21 YOLXYIV. WEEKLY VliKKLY CITIZEN SATURDAY APRIL 20. 1889. fig Citizen Priatim HrMite UEKBERT BUOff X, 1 ditor aid M.aua-er. Per Yr Bn Monthe Three Month - . ... - 1 00 ADVCBTI O UATES: One Square, tint ins ion ....... OnaSanaxe. each sub QitntUieruon... 200 1U T BUS K TUX DAILY t P-r Taar ? 00 Bix Months Per Month Per Week . 5 00 1 tM OFFICE: Corner Congress and Church Streets & Maiden Lane and Church Street. LEGALITY OF BONDS. "S. A. Kean & Co, Chicago, with New York office at 115 Broadway, have re cently published a new and revised edi tion of their Digest of Laws, governing the issuance of Municipal bonds, which cannot fail to be of interest and value to ' investors, including Savings Banks, In- ) surance companies, Instates and Indi- riduals. It will also bo valuable to au thorities of States, Counties, Cities, shool Districts, etc., who contemplate ruing bonds. This book will be more k-sluable...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 20 April 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, APBIL 20, ISD DEFACTO VS. DEJTJRE. "One Foster is defacto Treasurer, his bond is good and on file," eays the Ga zette, and therefore it is claimed Gover nor Wolfley did wrong in admonishing County Treasurers not to pay money due the Territory to said Foster. Let us consider this proposition. '- It is the first duty of the Governor to Bee that the laws are duly executed and that involves the necessity of first ascer taining what the law is. The Governor must decide this for himself, and if it be true, as the Gazette says, that Mr. Fos ter is only defacto treasurer, the Gover nor is certainly correct in his judgment that no Territorial money should be paid him. Mr. Smith being treasure dejure, he is the only person entitled to receive the public funds of the Territory. Coun ty treasurers might be protected u they paid money due the Territory to a defac to Territorial Treasurer without notice that such defacto treasurer had no legal right to receive such money...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 20 April 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATTJllLAY APBIL 20, 1889, LOCAL NTTWS. The health of Tucson is excellent for the season. Pima County is fast coming to the front with her mining industries. There are many strangers in the city attending United States Court. The Indian who killed Prospector Ford last fall has got another new lease of life. 1 lonelv in Hades Because you cannot find a Drachman cigar there. There was a man located last night on churchplaza with a huge telescope which drew a large crowd ot -tuir gaze rs Tf w O, Dnvis is now encased in working on his ranch in the Santa Cruz valley, lie reports tne crop suusiaciory m every respect. Deming, New Mexico, is enjoying season of activity and substantial ici vYi-ATrpnti. The survey of the Scnora Sinaloa and Chihuahua railroad is the cause of this impetus. .Many new buu ings are being erected, and most of the are large brick structures. George Roskruge was tearing around the surveyor s office tnis morning put Jnrr a now vmhination lock on his doo...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 20 April 1889

WKKfc LY CITIZEN. 8AT0KDAT. APBIL 20. 18Sr OUR PREDIULIS wira THE SAN FRANCISCO WEEKLY CALL Mm, BIAS pet? Tear. em THE BAN FRANCISCO MORNING CALL ITlee, 9XU00 per Ter. C18S9.0 rpHX EAJf raiKcxsco wzkclt call -liahndiomelsht-pgt paper. Xtltls ned erery Thursday, nl contain! all of tis Important newa of the week, cleaned tram ererT quarter of tbe globe, complete vp to date of publication. It contains fn wareatlnr. special cormpondesce from all of the principal cities of th world and arast amovatot the beat aelected and orlclnal fenatal Uteratnra. It fnrnlabea the latest and moat reliable Baandil new and mar ket QTtotatloai, and styes special attenUon to horttcaltoral and asxicuUval new, and la la erery respect aflnUlaaj timBj paper, appealls to Uie InUrwt cf Terr member of tn bonaabold. - THE MORNING CALL. (urxjt mru a wxxx) la a lire metropolitan dally. It hat the IAKaESTCIRCUUlTIOS and lareeofnked . ai beinx. ticLXADINa NEWSPAPER ol the Paclne Coast Either of the abore paper we will...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 27 April 1889

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. Y0LXV1V. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY APRIL 27 188. NO 22 Weekly Citizen. 8ATTJRDAY APBIL 27. 1889. Tie Citizen Printing & hMihn HERREKT BKOWX, tditor and hlauager. Per Year Bix Months Three Months . ADTIBTI O BATES: .f SIX) . 2 0 I (X) One Squat, cretins 2O0 OneSgusre, ebcheub ouuut insertion..... 125 TZBX3 F- B TSK DAILT: Per Tear. . $10 00 Bix Month. 5 00 Per Month.. Per Week 1 M OFFICE : Comer Congress and Church Streets & Maiden Lane and Church Street. THE SITUATION. It has been a long established custom for the Democratic press to harp on Re publican gall, and from time immemo rial the Democrats hare thrown up their hands in holy horror when a Republican held office an hour under a Democratic administration, though such a Republi can may hare been left in office because a worthy Democratic successor could not be found in the Democratic ranks. What an exhibition the present 6tatus of affairs in this Territory must be to to per...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 27 April 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATOKDAY. APEIL 27, liWJ THE POLJTICAIi STATUS. The Democratic party of Arizona has long enjoyed the reputation of being an unknown quantity in emergencies of a moment, but its present status through the medium of its official hangers on,1 and the stultifying articles in the Phe nix Gazette, amazes even its own re spectable adherents. It seldom falls to the lot of any political body to be com pelled to father the acts of such a set of office holders as Governor Zulick saw fit to entrust with the Territorial business, and that the respectable element of the Democratic party 6hould openly rebel against the stigmas heaped upon the party at large on account of the avari cious selfishness of a handful of incom petents is not to be wondered at. Men that will occupy the unfortunate poei tion of sacrificing their party's pride in order to fill their pockets, are not worthy of further party recognition, and should be read out of Democratic ranks. The time .will come when the ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 27 April 1889

Weekly Citizen. 8AT0KDAY. AFKIL 27, 18S9 OUR PDIEDIUHS THE SAN FRANCISCO WEEKLY CALL Mm, er Tear. TKE BAN FRANCISCO MORNING CALL jOO per Tear. G18 S Q-O Bixnujrcxaco wxkltcali . . Vnteni elvhVoeM MMT. It II i Med mrnnlv, nd eontatni all ol Cm Important atws of th week, cJeaoed tram crety gutter of the tfobe, complete w to date of publication. It contains 'a jnetlBi ipeeUl eooetpondenee from all ol Cm principal titles ol the irorld and arut novated th tact selected and or!lnaJ jam utaratoza. It furnishes the latest ad rsUabls fr"1 nevi and mar ket anoUttooi, and glret epeelal attention la aoetloaltoral and apicaltwal utm, and fc ia a?aty rwpectagaKl family paper. apeZ! totfce Utwst f trry XMaber f tbabouahold. THE MORNING CALL. (trmxafmavm) to a lire natmoUtan dallr. It ha the LABQZ3T CTJtCCLATION and la recognised ea feeing the XX1DX5Q KXWEPAPEJl ol the Fatiflo Coast Either of the abort papers ve arm send postpaid as a prantlma on re ceipt of the foUoVinj rohacriptlon prices f?r ft,...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 27 April 1889

r r Weekly Citizen BA TUKLAY APRIL 27. 1889. LOCAL NEWS. Drink Vichy. Business is a little dulL Thermometer stood "w ay up" to-day. Mr. John C. 'White, of Bisbee is in the city. The teachers have all returned to their homes. TTav vnn prt vour ticket for the 0 . benefit? AnnhAlWk Xo. S. A. O. U. "V w ill meet to-night. A threshing machine is need in the Santa Cruz valley. Dont forget the benefit at the Opera House to-morrow night. Mr. A. Hittinger reports the beer trace increasing as the warm weather ad van ces. Strawberries are received by the fruit dealers in Tucson every day and they sell for 25 cents a box. There are a number of negro soldier in town irom T ort tyrant. I hey are here as witnesses in the murder triaL Several parties who purchased lots in the old cemetery, from the city, are pre paring to erect buildings during the present year. Recorder Shibell reports that persons who purchased lots in the old cemetery from the city are now filing their deeds for record. The soun...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 4 May 1889

WEEKLY ARIZONA CITIZEN. VOLXVIV. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MAY 4 1889. NO 23 S Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY MAY 4, 1SS9 lie Citizen Fmtini & FtlMm HCXKERT BROWN, Editor aad Manager. Per Year Biz Months Three Months. .f 3 00 .. 2 00 - 100 ADTuns. : a sates: OneSqa&re, tiretinar ion.... One Square, each eab auent insertion.. 200 125 TZKX9 FC B THK DAILY: Per Tear Biz Months. Per Month. flOOO 5 00 1 50 Per Week OFFICE : Corner Congress and Church Streets & Maiden Lane and Church Street A QUESTIONABLE RESOLUTION, At the late Teachers Institute the fol lowing resolution was adopted - Wheeeas, The rule prohibiting cor poral punishment in. the public schools has been a detriment w tneir oruer anu discipline. Therefore be it resolved That we the teachers of Pima county request that said rule be recinded. It would be interesting to know just what teachers voted for the above bar baric resolution. We regret much they 6houldhave thus placed themselves on record. ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 4 May 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY MAY 4, 1339, ORATION CHAUNGEY I DEPEW L,. L. D. AT THE Centennial of the Inauguration of George r& Washington, FIRST PRESIDENT OF UNITED STATES, THE Dlivrd from the Steps of the Treas ury Building' New York. April 30. 1889. We celebrate to-day the Centenary of Our Nationality. One hundred years ago the United States began their exist ence. The powers of government were assumed by the People of the Republic mnA ffiav ruvama the Bold SOUrCO of authority. The solemn ceremonial of the first inauguration, the reverent oath of "Washington, the acclaim of the multitude greeting their President, marked the most unique event of modern times in the development of free institutions. The occasion was not an accident, but a result. It was the culmination of the working out bv mighty forces through many centuries of the problem of self- government. It was not the triumph of a system, me application ul a mwi j , ui the reduction to practice of the abstrac tions of phil...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 4 May 1889

THAT REPORT. That stupendious fraud, the 6o-called Peralta land claim, has again been brought to the fore by a fatherless re port conndemnatory of it. This report was written not by the Surveyor General, but had it met his approval, and the Banction of the Department at "Wash ington, would have been signed by him. It however failed in both instances, and the signature to give it official validity and force was withheld. These facts were learned by personal inquiry at the office of the surveyor general. It was further learned that the general land office was decidedly averse to a report of any kind being made on said claim, and Vinil en in Rtrneted the office here. The full force of these instructions were re garded by General Hise as commanda tory and his inclinations were to rigidly obey them as such. But not withstand nig this he was urged and advised other wise, and yielding to his desire to benefit the people living on the supposed claim, he consented to allow said report to be ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 4 May 1889

Cf Weekly Citizen SATURDAY MAY 4, 13S9, OUR PBEPIUL1S 0 WITH THE SAN FRANCISCO WEEKLY CALL Mm. 91AS per Tear. em THE SAN FRANCISCO MORNING CALL Mm, ft&OO per Tear. am rxxxmti rom 018 8 9.0 rras bas fbajjcisco ttxzkly call Si a handsome eight-pars piper. It Is ! ned every Thursday, and contain! all ol the Important news of the "week, gleaned from every quarter of the globe, complete p to date of publication. It contains Ira areating ipeelal cormpondesce from oil of the principal cltiea of the world and a vast meant of the best aelected and original general literature. It fumlahea the latest and most reliable flnanriai neiri and mar feet quotations, and sire special attention to horticultural and agricultural ncwa, and U in every respect a tnVclan fanily paper, appealing to the latere, of ereraemher I the household. . THE MORNING CALL. (urn lastrxj a wxxx) Xa a live metropolitan dallr. It has the IJLEG EST CIRCULATION andiirecogrilred beinx the IXiDIXQ KIWBPAPEH of the Pacific Coa...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 11 May 1889

WE EKLY CITIZEN. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MAY Jl 1889. NO 24 VOL XVI V. -4 Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY MAY 11, 1S39 f lifi Citizen PriBtinz & PElliste 1IERBEBT BKOWX, Editor and Manager. Per Tear $ 3 00 Six Months 2 00 Three Months 1 00 ADTiaTH. a kates: One Square, first ins i ion 200 One Square, each enb auent insertion..... 125 TEBXS n E THX DAILY: Per Tear $10 00 ix Months. 5 00 Per Month. Per Week 1 0 OFFICE : Comer Congress and Church Streets & Maiden Lane and Church Street ENLARGED INTEREST IN IRRI GATION. Irrigation is beginning to attract nuch attention in the valleys of the Mississippi and Ohio, as well as further wept in the arid regions proper. It is fortunate for us west of the Rocky Mountains, because it strengthens our case before the government regarding irrigation surveys, the location of stor age reservoirs etc. The western people are coming to the conclusion that irri gation will not only give them needed moisture during the summer, bu...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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