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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 9 May 1891

m j V I n i 4 A mi rv The Mohave Miner KINGMAN MAY 0 1891 Published every Saturday by the MINER PUBLISHING CO HARVEY II UBBS See and Treat ANlfONff SMITH Ed and Manager To whom il usyrunrrrMt Notice I hereby eirea Ihut ttr MOIIAY K COUNTY IlirVKU Hill not rt HjtouftibJcJwr any Individual ricbiM coutructed by partiuM Heretofore r hereafter couucckd wllh thin payer A3 SO II NIIITIt Hjjut eIemooratio eicketT Tcir Delegate to the State Constitutional Conrention HON FOSTER S DENNIS EDITORIAL NOUS t Cconino county will elect county offi rorsnext Tuesday Tho Yuma Times says Senator Dennis made many warm Mends while in Yuma Tho latest purchases of ullvor by the government were made at 1070 to 9iU A company Tuciion for the has been organized in purpose ot publishing n democratic daily newiipaper M Southern Arizpna papers do not seem to desire the election of Judge Karnes us a delegate to tho constitutional conven tion Tho Democrats elected their entire city ticket in lhenixlast Tuesday by ma...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 9 May 1891

ill k 8 t a S I At KINGMAN MAY 9 1891 we The Mohave Miner OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY Special noticed In the reading columns of tbe Mick will be charged at the raleoJTKNCKNTB per Hue or each Insertion Subtcrlberi to thli piper will confer a faror bf tending notice of any Irregularity in It de livery to thii office KINGMAN LODGE NO 7 I O 0 K meU every Tueiday evening at 8 oeloek during the month of April Hay June July Auriut end September and at7dO during the raonth of Oo toberNovember December JanurvFebruary and March VUUIng brothers ta w asiena W KlClUBDi HO M C COfKLAND K8 LOCtfL BIIEFS 8ilvor 08 Load 422 Frank Garner was down from Peach Springs Tuesday Mrs Conception Gross was ove from Mineral Park this week W H Hardy has commenced cutting hay on hia ranch east of town A miserable storm of wind andau prevailed all day Wednesday - John K Mackenzie toiade a flying trip to Croziera ranch Sunday night Mr and Mrs J K Mackenzie took a trip up to Stockton HiU Tueaday G W Beeches return...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 9 May 1891

h w wtm r i i t r m i S i The Mohave Miner KINGMAN MAY 9 1891 This fall will be the time for parties who desire to plant out an orango or chard on the river to put in their treea and arrange a system of irrigation A floating water wheel attached to largo pumps would be the most convenient method of irrigation and ono which will -be utilized along the river bottom A number of the countries ot the Old World are forming a sort pf mutual pro tective association to counteract the Bill McKinley law passed last winter Some alarm is being felt throughout the east over the probable action of the confer ance The Silver Belt objects to being classed among the newspapers desiring tho ad mission of tho territory as a state We are sorry to see a newspaper of tho in telligence and ability of the Silver Belt opposing the onward march of progress 4 Germany is now looking to Africa for her agricultural products -The farmers of the west will Boon find that the new tariff law will drive European nation...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 9 May 1891

t n The Mohaye Miher KINGMAN WAY 0 1891 ANSON IL SMITH Jid and Manager The eouthwcat ptrt of Vernon county Missouri la greatly excited over Ibo dis covery of gold four miles south west of this placu Tho lo id la fifteen feet thick and assays four ounces of cold and three of silver to the ton Juining claims in Idaha is dangerous busineas A man at Wallace named Harris found three men putting up a cabin on a lot owned by him Tbey re used to leave whereupon he got bis gun nhot two of them dead and dangerously wounded the third Au I tali in ongineer baa originated a system by which he propose to utilize the power of trains running down gmde He ha perfected a machine for com pressing ar as the train goes down grade which can bo tue i o actuate a motor at the will of the engineer and be used lo assist the locomotive on up grades JuJa Marat MaaJaraon oi Doming this territory wedded Miss Mary L Postgate in New York The bride is well known in Chicago bero sho was asso ciated with her father J...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 9 May 1891

s r r 1 MbJ It if KgmmhmBS3m i11 - lip MJU sort mB The Mohave Miner Published ever Saturday by the MINER PUBLISHING CO HARVEY JIVBBS Sec and Treat ANSON II SMTH Ed and Manager fa Far Off Alatka PortTownsend Washington May 1 Members of the Alaskan exploring expe dition sent out a year ago by Arkill A Harrison arrived here to day on the steamer Mexico Recently newapaper rejKirta srerrf afloat that E Hazard Wells the chief and one man had probably per ished from starvation The last newa from them was in July 1890 when Wella was pushing into the interior of Alaska The explorer and three men in his party bad a thrilling experience badling against starvation and other dangers and barely escaping with their lives One man named DeHaas an old mountaineer was left at a trading post suffering from pros tration from the journey Hie men re turned are E Hazard Wells the leader A B Schanz a scientist and Frank Princk The Chilakat native Indiank was left at Juneau Alaska lie accom panied Wells thro...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 16 May 1891

J - fm YOL IX Highest of all in Leavening Power U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 R Powdes g1 E31 KAMFOIED ATTORNEY AT IAW Precott Arizona Will practice in all the courts of tha Territory Geokgi NOTARY AITICrX POPLTC AND CONVEYANCER Alines examined and reported on Maps drawings and sketched of property a specialty Campbell Mohave county Arizona DEAX M I JSEI KINGMAN ARIZONA HilinDIUOIIM IK SURGEON Kiugraan Arizona Surgeon to A fc P R K Co Ordera by mail or telegraph promptly attended to 1 Atlant c Pacific R K JV WESTERN DIVISION TI1IKTAKLR XO 10 J IN EFPECT SUNDAY APBIfc 20 1811 if COfXECTIOXS M WESTWARD EASTWARD II 1 3TATION3 f Ho 3 No 1 No 2 No 4 j 143 a 340a lv Albuquerque ar 1220a 3 30 a in 730a 930a Coolldge 660a 1035 a f 8 11 a 10 13 a Wlngate 0 03 a 10 10 a J 835a 1040a Gallup fi3Jp 940p j E 1032a 105a Nvojo HprlilRS SOSpllfiQp iH 1147a 242p Holbrook I27p 603p I m 12 50 p 4 05 p Wliulow 1200m 4 50p M 34jp 721p FlagitafT 8Ma 23fip f 5 Zip 900p Willlami 725a 105p H 7 67p 11 65 p irea...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 16 May 1891

B k V ffJ - - iw33KiM35Swmiifc T ifl i 2L 7KnfjnatiswLJBMiiBna - - l jh - Tr TM iiwriiTT i r Tnm urn i iifm Nii The Mohave Miner Published every Saturday by tho MINER PUBLISHING CO HARVEY II UBBS Sec and Treat ANS0NII8ilITUEd and Manager OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE BOUNTY To whom it utiij concern ttVitico i given Unit the HEOI1AYE COITXTY 3IIKEII will not bo re loaMlblo Tor ntiy latllrltluul dcbtM contracted by jtartlcM hcretolore or hereafter couueetetf with thin paper ARSON H SMITH Teirrtorial Election Returris from Tuesdays election are coming in Blowly and while a low coun tiea are in doubt indications point to a sweeping victory for tho Democrats The constitutional convention will probably stand fourteen Democrats and eight Re publicans as follows DEMOCRATS Yuma Thomas Gates Maricopa M II Williams II W Alexander T OJordan Yavapai -ii JV A Rowe 3Iohave L SF 8 Dennis Gila - yil Alonzo Bailey Cochise iiL M A Smith Major Montandon WKMeadb Graham Ren Crawford j Patterson Coconino T G Norr...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 16 May 1891

ff ipi i The Mohave Miner Published every Saturday by the MINER PUBLISHING CO IIARVEY HUBBS See and Treat OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY Special notices in the reading columns of the Mikch will 1ms Chirged at the rate of TEN CKNT8 per line for each Insertion Subscribers to thU paper will confer a favor by tending notlcf of anjr Irregularity in IU de- UTeryjoinuomcc KINGMAN LOOOE NO 7 I 0 0 F meets every Tuesday ci eiiln at X oclock during the months of April May June July Auguit and September and at 730 during the months of Oc tober November December JannaryKebruary and March Visiting brothers arecortllally Invit ed to attend l Wm KlCMaBDd HO MC CorxLAMO K8 LOCdL BftIEFS Silver 97fc l1 4-22- J J Jerome waa up from Cedar district Thursday John Lynch waa down from the GOD mine Tuesday Several Kingman cowboys took in the rodeo in Wallapai valley yesterday A Mexican woman with small baby camped under the water tank several nights last week Grant Richards was over from Mineral Park this we...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 16 May 1891

1 m H ft T4 tr RI m In n V J i fe f XV 4 s V SJ town scene investigating i H S55358 rsw The Mohave Mner I t r i KINGAUNAY Wy Thomas Gates will repreaont Yuma county In the constitutional convention Car Arizona exchanges art compli menting tbo Mines quite hlghlj on its Improved appearance Henry Clawa predicts that Now York will soon tako the place of Lomionas the rlearinjr house oftHo world The Republicans of Coconino county havu bean having a cat jind is time of it iltirfhg tfio campaign just past Mr Robkrugij of Tuceoii has been giv ing tho Republican nomineo in Pima county R R Richardsonparticular flta A City of Mexico dispatch tidy a that the American cruiser Charleston has overtaken the rebel vessel Itata ami Hunk her 1 Returns from the ulectionlttU Tuesday are coming in slowly No interest seems to have been taken except in a few of tho larger counties i i j Coconino county has dono well in her first election as she elected the wholcr democratic ticket with two exception recorde...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 16 May 1891

1 m m mi ill m r ifessas The Mohave Hiker Published every Saturday by the MINER PUBLISHING CO HARVEY IIUIWS Sec and Treat ANSON JI SMITH Ed and Manager Pmsptcting a Mine The Virginia Enterprise Bays The Utemcnt that lite Comatock lode has boen pretty well prospected below the wutor level to the depth of over 3000 feet has often been published by journals in the East that devote tome attention to mining and it in generally believed by the readers The Htitemont is absolutely file and workn great injury to our in dustry In the Gold Hill ininca a Ions drift was sent out on tho 2700 level of the Crown Point which struck an immense flow of water that came from tho Exchequer ground It also struck a rich body of quartz which tho nil no management would have given a good deal of money to have been permitted to prospect but the water drowned them out When the M ater was struck prospecting drifts had entered another promising body of ore on the 2700 level of tho Belcher They wfire driven from ...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 16 May 1891

fl The Mohave Miner ANtiONIL SMITH Ed and Manager KINGMAN MAY 10 1891 Ohio lias adopted tlio Austrian ballot system Tlia Sentinel says that tho Yuma In dinnii are putting in a great deil of gar den bxss Yuma is rapidly building up and will Boon have more and better buildings than before the flood Millions of tons of ore carrying from three to seven per cent of nickel have been found in South Dakota The nickel is found in a formation differing from anylliing over before discovered We would commend these few verses from Trowbridge to the perusal of Capt Hardy A thankless lask ha ho who tries To chjp and model The world to just the form and size Of his own noddle It is reported that the Anaconda mine of Butte Montana has been sold to the Ilothchildg for twenty five million dollars ThoexecQtors of tho Hearst estate say thai they have not heard anything about it although the estate holds a largo part of the mine stock Amber necklaces are coming into vogue as a remedy for tho grip Ol cour...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 23 May 1891

n m VOL IX IV The Mohave Miner mmmmmmwmmmmmmammmmmtmmtmmmmmm mwmwwmammmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm n 1 1 11 ii 1 1 i ti i i mi i tin - iii i i iii ii i r T rOBUSIirD EVEJIY SATUIIDAY BY Mm County Miner Publishing Co ANSOH H SMITH Manager XINGKAN MOHAVE CO ARIZONA Entered at the Postofllco In Kingman aa sec ond class matter SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Copy One Year 4 00 BIxMontW 200 Single CoHes 10 1 Adverflalrijr and legal rates given on applica tion to this olllce ilHII I1 HllllWO - llliMl llllllllllllllllMl II PfWFES LO COWAN ATTORNEY AT LAW ProbatoJadae of Mhave County Office in the Court Hoae Kingman Anzouu ATTORNEY AT IrAW And Distriot Attorney of Moaavo County Kingman Arizona OHM M MUKPI1Y J ATTORNEY AT LAW Kinsman Arizona Mining litigation and obtaining patents to mines a Bpeoialty Harris Baldwin T W Johnston 4c johsstom B4Liwirv ATTORNEYS AT LAW Prosoott Arizona Will attend regular terms of the District Court in Apache and Mohave counties 31 mamfohu ATTORNEY AT LAW Irewott Arizona Will pra...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 23 May 1891

m Km h immi u i Miwbwm1 iMMU U un irw w I it r i - it r r i i i it 1 wr mjGKmnm www mummmnaaemn jiflWtWSS2BHWRHIBiS8SV A tau - i ii - The Mohave Miner Published every Saturday by the MINER PUBLISHING CO JTARVEY HUBBS Sec and Treat ANSON H SMITH Ed and Manager To whom it may concern Notice In kcjpofey jcircii that tlic MOHAVE COUNTY MINER will not be o gpHslblD for any individual debts contracted by parties heretolore er feorcffrer connected with this paper ANSON II SMITH Malinger By the caving of a sewer in Albuquer que several workmen wero killed one day this week The Omaha City Council has reversed tlie decision of the supreme court of the State of Nebraska by declaring Governor Thayer a usurper We can hardly credit tho report that the Flagstaff Champion Republican is responsible for the recent democratic victory in Coconino county Judge Barnes must feel elated over bis election from Pima county having had to make his fight in hia own party as well ai in the Republican ranks The r...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 23 May 1891

11 The Mohave Miner OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY Special notices in the reading column of the MiNEK will bo charged t the rate of TEN CENTB per lino for each Insertion Subscriber to this paper rlll confer a favor by sending notice of any irregularity in tta de livery to tnla otnee loNGMAN LODGE NOmroT O r meets every Tuesday evening at 8 oclock during tho months of April May June July AtiRUst and September and at 730 during the months of Oc toberNovcmber December JanuaryFebruary and March Visiting brothers are cordially invit ed to attend Wm Kicjukdb N G M 0 CorsLAKD R8 LOCAL BRIEFS Silver 97 Lead 422 F W Mitchell lia returned to Stock ton Hill James Gilligan has gone back to the mountains Manuel Martinez is up from tho Dia mond Joe mine L 0 Cowan has been quite eick dur ing the p3fit week Ed F Thompson came in from the Empire mine Friday afternoon Judge RuBeall is having hie residence on Fourth street neatly painted John Buckley has been over from the Park several days during the w...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 23 May 1891

i I imi litc Tf - Ik If I I If ill iV IS w M it V v 3lk - t I f 9WjnrBtt WPiPPffW ieutfWkjHHJHHPVMlE0B jjW - viBr - The Mohave Miner Published every Saturday by tho MINER PUBLISHING CO HARVEY HUBB8 Sic and Treas ANSOJVH SMITH Ed and Manager There is a natural law relating to belt ing which is not generally known but which is nevertheless of value in practice The hug or adhesion of a belt is as tho square of the number of degrees wbich it covers on the pulley For example a belt that covers two thirds of the circum ference of a pulley requites four times the power to make it slip as it does when it covers one third of the same pulley When first put on belts are always made tighter than they need to be for the work required in order to allow for the stretch ing which is sure to follow They are tnen run until they become too loose for efficient service and the process of over straining and stretching is repeated When vertical this stretching of the belt acts directly to loosen it and th...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 23 May 1891

f 1 h u I army mmminmi f - TMlililllilillii i The Mohave Mnee Bsitrwi Tax quilizatisn Below w publish a oopy of petition now being signed by lour princi pal tax payer and citizens j requetttinu the Territorial Board oi Equalization to aseegg the Atlantic PaciOu railroad at such wtaaonable mm n the corporation will be williag to pay and asi will be just and fair The petition seta forth the sit uation in clear and eoncif e language We have signed and heartiy endorse it The qounty assessor supervisors dis trict attorney and other oiBcials charged with the collection of the countya reve nue all agree that a straight assessment of Ivr thousand dollars a inile is as high ia proportion as any other cIjws or kind of property Is assessed in Iviohave Coun ty Especially is this true vhen it in considered that every mill and fraction of a mile ia amieeeed 6ther classes of property may and doubtljjas do to somo extent escape assessment The heavy cattle owner does not know the exsict number of hi...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 23 May 1891

iff a j J 1 i s 4 w jsi J 51 ll V 1 E 1 V MC ff v riBr The Mohave Miner OfFlCIAL PAPER OF TK mm ipind ft9vMfi T Jie ollpinng law in relation lo stock brands was passed by tfa last legislature And will undoubtedly te of ipterastto our stock growers 1 An Act to amend Paragraph 2795 Sec 1 of Chapter 1 of Titlo 59 ot w Jte Viftcd Statutes o Arisona the same being entitled Marks and Brands t Sscip2a27g Sec lAof Chapter 1 of Title 9 of the Revised Statutes of Arizona is hereby amended so that th Jsame shall read as follows 2785 Sec 1 Every person being the owner of horses mules cattle sheep goats or bogs shall have and keep a mark brand or counter brand venta different from tho marks brands an counter brands of his neigh bors and as far as practicable shall be diflVrenfc from aey other in tyra Territory j Provided that nothing in this Section shall apply to such brands or marks as are now recorded iu accordance with law And provided further that no mark or brand unless the name shall have...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 30 May 1891

Ti im i m imnni i ii i i 1 i VOL IX Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report ABSOlJUTEtif PURE The Mohave Miner PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY Mohaye County Miner PablisMog Co ANSON H SMJTH Manager KINGMAN MOHAVE CO ARIZONA Entered at the Postofllce u Klugraan as sec ond class matter SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Copy One Year H1XMODUU Hlngle Copies V1 f4JX 200 10 Advertising and legal rates given on applica tion to this oillce ATTORNEY AT LlW Probate Jud e of At hive County Office in the Court House Kinsman Auzonn G ISlKLY WU ATTORNEY AT LAW Aud Distriot Attorney uf Moaave County Kiegnian Arizona J ATTORNEY AT LAW Kingman Arizona Mining litigation and obtaining patents to udnert a specialty Karri Baldtih T W Johkhton BirfiWIIV AJOIIRNTOJI ATTORNEYS AT LAW Prescott Ariz ma Will attend regulur terms of tho Distr ct Court in Apache and Mohave counties EM MAFOltJ ATTORNEY AT TAW Preoott Arizona Will practice in all the courts of the Territory NOTARY PUPLIO NO CONVEYANCER Minss ex...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 30 May 1891

if 1 fB5jg2 SSKfc sy I fVt The Mohave Miner Published every Saturday by the MINER PUBLISHING CO II AR VEY IIUJBBS Sec and Treaa ANSON II SMITH Ed and Manager Tewfeenit may coHcorat Hotico la kercfejr xlveu tfeat tfeo MOHAVE OOUSTY M1NKU will not be re 8fiulllt fr war lHllirlluMl debts cwHtrectett by paritat feoretolore r hereafter caaitccted wiith tlila paper AftSOX H SMITH Maaagor Tsrrrtsrial Election Official returns from all the counties in of the Territory gives the result of the coastitutiomil election as follows DEMOCRATS Yuma Thomas Gates Maricopa M H Williams U V Alexander TCJordan Yavapai W A Kowe 44 Wilson Mohave F 8 Dennis Gila Alonxo Bailey Cochiee M A Smith Graham Ben Crawford 11 A M Patterson Coconino T G Norm Apache Alex McDonald W H Wallace Pinal J W Anderson Pima 1 W H Barnes F H Hereford Total No Democrats 17 REPUBLICANS Yavapai F M Murphy Cochise G W Cheney William Herring Pima WA Hartt Pinal j Davis Total No Republicans 5 The other day I was talking with a friend...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 30 May 1891

sr 1 it The Mohave Miner OFFICIAL hm OF THE COUNTY Special notice lu the reading columni of the MirfZft will be charged at the rate of TEN CENTS per Hue for each lusertiou Subscriber to this paper will confer a favor by ndU notice of any trresulnrlty lu lta de livery to thla office KINOHAH LODGE NO 7 I Q 0 P meets every Tuesday evening at 8 oclock during the months of April May June July August and September and at 7 0 durlujr the mouths of Oc toberNoveaiber December JanuaryFebruarv and March Viidtlug brother are cordially Invit ed to attend WM 1UCIUKD3 N 0 M C COfKLAND U3 LOCAL BIEFS Silver 00X Lead H22 AUKingnunu sick folks are fully re covered Charles Hording Park waa over from Mineral Park Thursday Tom ShaughnesBy was up from the Brkely mine the first of the week Frank KobinBon waa in from Gold Ba ain Monday and Tuesday this week W E Frost will will soon move his family to hiB ranch at Wallapai Springs A cowboy tournament will bo one of the pleaBant features of the Fourth in Kin...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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