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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 10 October 1891

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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. — 17 October 1891

m n jmiA -5 v - V l - iiift tffrA VOL IX IUBMSUED EVERT 8AT0HDAY BY MoIiaYe County Miner Publishing Co ANSOM M SMJTH Mtnager KINGMAN MOHAVE CO ARIZONA Entered at tho Fotofllce iu Kingman as fecc oud class matter SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Copy One Year u 00 M Six Mouth 2 00 Single Copies q Advertising and legal rates given on applica tion to thin oiHce PHOFE3SIOL CAm WWnvwiftWWWwwwwi LO CiOWAJi ATTO RNE Y ATLUV Probate J ode of M hivo ountv Ullioo in the Court llouse Kingman Uizona TH O I1IUi71l ATTORNEY AT LAW And District Attorney ut Mounvu County Ki iiimm Arz tnn 31 MUHIkIIY JIMIfl ATTORNEY AT LAW Kingman Arizona Mining litigation and obtaining patents to mines a spooialty If aiibih Baldwin T W Johnston ifc JOIlKSTOX BtLDUIX ATTORNEYS AT LAW fytHoot Ariz ma Will nttedd rgalar terms of the Pistr ot Court in Apache mid Mohave counties EM SAnVOlin ATTORNEY AT LAW Prexoott Arizona Will praatice in all the courts of the Territory NOTARY PUPLTC AND CONVEYANCER Mines exami ed and reported o...

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. — 17 October 1891

Ki a A r if I- S if M 2 The Mohave Miner Published vory Saturday by ilio MINER PU B 1ISH IN G CO luilVJCYn Wilis Sec and 7V ANVON II SMITH Ed and Mmagcr Pamella privato pupors will fhovv lin true rehuiourf with Gladatonti They arc boon to be in ad u public liiolers have mado an uttutnnt to over throw h iro eminent of Uuruuiy Muiy of them vuro shot for their bold audacity Parmjllii spirit still lives amon hi lollowers They hise foiiied u inatiiftisto to Irinhiuen in which they deviate no fellowship with traitors There are nood prospects at present for a four cornered war in Central America San Salvador and Guatemala against 2icuratiui and Honduras It is claimed that tbt ic ih something wriggly about ljeideut John Hoy ot the Adauia Express Company New York Ho was dHinl KMiI on Ttnd iv last The recent delude in Minnesota and North Dakota has caused the lo8 oi 400u0oi bu helH of wheat Everything irt at a stand nhll on account of mud There have been Home hevere storm on the Atlantic rece...

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. — 17 October 1891

jpuji Im Winn I mm flin II t f 10 TT TOWN AMD COUNTY NEWS Goiiig up stoves Tho leaven have begun to fall Geo Burnett cumo in from tho Elkhart mine Inst night G Wr Beeoher h on the round up at JiiuuiKTid ranch thin week Coukliug iiml Chi holm am working on tho Hubhs llouu this week 0 D Clack and Cliurtm Cliuton paid Ntedle i u visit Stturd ty last Saml 0 ozier is in town from hi ranch iu Tmjcitri Giuyon on h hIiicm 0 ir pop il ir ilrnMt II H Watkinn is ug iin h ippy Ttihi lime it U u ir Billy It ly wood is mjeiug Dm hjuIuh of Hiijim in through a glaw ami 8 ltuppy us u lonl Giuhlin IhVc No 12 Kiifclitu 0f Pyihim will iimriiU thwir newly elcuted otlictTti Moudij availing Wilhiiij Uik Mini wu In from Chlor ide thH wok fijj HiippljiH Uj rejMjriH oVKrytliinjc pro pijrimj -in that boomiut camp G so SiUor mid son Frank rtrin from thisfrVcm Sri U4 ruih mi Coruniuo couiuy on tiiHiiUiM eoiiuectud with tliit jropity t C I TlnrJ H Philllpi and a younmtr brother of WiH Bjhom are in town from Tula...

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. — 17 October 1891

5 7 I r4 t i V- 3 ft i - if w 4 mmUQJH MOHAVE COUNTY FineStlver Pfi IVad 4 6o Copper - 12 20 Jame Carter it m town from the mine lie reports that prop erty in good shape Fred Dawson has leaded a mining prop erty in Weaver district from DK lie bee and went out Thursday to commence op eratoue Williams Exhom have two tons of high grade ore from tfi outti extension of the Olymuia at the sampler awaiting treatment Parties in from Chloride report that camp us enjoying a season of proerity never teforc known Everv one h doing el us regards the eutraulion of good re Will Olaek an in town from the OFallon mme Friday lie resrts the mine look in well but tiie drift is not in far enough to cito i the ore in a solid body Sam Butler ban three men at work on the north externum of the Olympia Hen Iiett and two other- lie ban u fine streak of high grade ore and in doing well Win Sherman went to the Golcondi jesujrday fie and bis brother By are making money out of their lease on thi properly and rich...

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. — 17 October 1891

mm Vr A Sitow Lessen Profeeaor Btockwtsil of ClaveUni ono nf the most distinKaiiihei mathematician in this country has taken the pains to compare tho relative coinage valna of flilverin the three countries EnUnd India and the Unltifd Staten In Eng land it has tho vilnei of 1440305 in In din it has tho value of 1359J23 in ttt United Stiitoa it Iran the value of 1202020 He therefore pronounces the aiippition absurd that the people of these count rim would ship silver to thin country for coin age He also proves from figures of ah countries coining silvr that the coinage value is higher than in the United State and that consequently we could ojwn our mints us we did from 1792 to 1873 to the product of the world and we would not jet an ounce outside of our own product T it ami The other dy it wf judicially dtfculed that HunMtroke i not an accident flow a Chicago judge rnikea the same riiline in regard to asphyxiation by escaping lius where absence of iitent is not clearly proved As it is...

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. — 17 October 1891

1 B M A 4av iHVJ n mm am miM a k r iHinHiMwuminiiHHi n iiiihimiiiiiiiiiiihiiiiibihwbiibwiiiiiiiiiiiiiui m ihhii Mmiiiumminmiiii iim h i1 Fort Whipple if- Now that Fort Whipple is ngnin threat ened with ahunrfutiiuvut it 8 well to Mate onco more somo rontons why 1t not only should not bti abandoned bnt enlarged First why move the troops when I hero it no parsing need for thmh at any oiIht point The governinoai lliasto maintain tluMjininl lw lluiHunl of dollars invf Hted in hiiildinjri and iv provtementHof a fiwtMhiHs military pM here uliumtic und sanitary ooiidiiiofH hi thla Kmt are as favorable as can hi found on earth few places equal it in this respect Wlile there is no immediate dtnuer from Indians it must he remeiin bered that Northern Arizona is still full of Indian that on tho east of ua live the uioit wealthy powerful and warlike tribe of Indiana left in Ameriea tlutNuv ajjes the younj warriors of which tribe are Over restive under government con trol and the counsels of ih o...

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. — 24 October 1891

yt WT r i VOL IX Highest of all in Leavening lWrLatet U i mm The Mohave Miner PUHMSHED BVEBY ttATUKDAY BY mm County Miner Publishing Co ANSON H SMITH Manager KINGMAN MOHAVE CO ARIZONA Eatered at tho Pottofilce iu Ktueman sec ond clasj matter SUBSCRIPTION RATES due Copy Ouo Year Six McMthi Jingle Copied U oo 200 10 t AdrerfWutr al lejjal rate given ou appllca tlou to thhoiuce PRIFESSIGNU CAWS I O iiitWAN U ATTORNEY AT L V Probate J ad e of M U ivo Uouzitv Oflioo in tb Court Houso JCingmun Aiizona VV ATTORNEY AT LAW Kad District Attorney of Mou tve County ki gin iii Ar na t ATTOUNEY AT LAW Kinxraiii Arizona Muting litigntion and obtaining patents to mines a Hjwoialty tfirtRts Bvldwint t V Johnston ATTORNEYS AT LAW fraortf Arzmn Will attend r tgnlar forrm of tho Ditr ot Conrt in Apnohe and iColiive counties E3I A3FOIM A ITORNEY AT LW FrtMcott Arbsom Will praotiou in all tho eor of tho Territory GtKouoi NOTARV trrito POPLTC AND CONVEYANCER Mines ox irni od ftnd reported on Map sketehos ...

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. — 24 October 1891

8 I rr7dmfW V Vn J w r VH j 2 7MJIBiaW The Mohave Miner Published Hvury Satunlty by tho MINER PUBLISHING CO IlARVKYJIUUliS Sec and Trtas ANPONILSStmLEd and Manager The voice of ihu unndiiUte out now hoard in tin ilffdniin On the eve of November 3rd a large wide spreading Flower will wt found dec orating thp grave of J Sloat Faenett the republican candidate for Governor of Now York Maricopa county in moving in the riant direction ti the mitttnr of Btafehooi Meetings are being held in the the towns of the county and thn iroof work will be carried on unMl election d tv Preident Rowe of the constitutional convention haa been presented with the gavel uwd during the deliberationa of that body It baa been beautifully pol ished and mounted in nviBaive silver Tick FIigtaiT Democrat comes to ub nowaday an a semi weekly five column fon pag paper Thia iH a Bep in the right direction ami allows that the Flag staff teople appreciate the efforts ot a flood journalist There are now four papers in t...

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. — 24 October 1891

12F M IF t JSBft W TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS 5i J M Ttoter ia ia loim from Mineral rark Chw FIIibeanri vytftl were in town the first of the week Joe Cairrow ia in from tho Sandy with a louii of f arm produce A number of cowboys pijnted tho town a sunset hue Thursday night It id rumored that work will ho again returned On tho Cupel in u few da8 Mrs Del BeotMJO in mopping in Los Angeles for the benefit of her health Malcolm McLeish una over from Min eral Park two or three days this week The Knights of Pythtaq instilled their nwly elected officers Mondiy ovenln Jirk Horn took out a Jo id of lug ring for trw hi tho Litilo Boy mine yesterday J W Thompson of Coara Spring brightened Kingman with his presence Thursday Joseph Johnrtrew piid Kingmiu a visit onmliythh week returning to Todd Biin Wednesday T ft Shlpp one of this largest Btock jjpjumx in t pirt of Aruonu is in tho ciiy from his ranch on tho Sandy A 8eri il train containing wealthy east ern tourists piw I through hero yester d iv afte...

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. — 24 October 1891

WJnwHwmiMi in i al1SSM - p 1 H r S V jflWLs2w4r i jgjfiWWHlS W MOHAVE COUNTY FinaStlver DOtf Lh1 4 55 Copper 12 20 Jamas Carroll will leave in a few day on hii extended prospecting trip to the mountains surrounding Cedttr Three carload of ore will be ihlpcd to the 8am pier from the vicinity of Sheruinn IMk iei h out tvo weeks Wrt learn on ijoad authority thit the strike in the Hornea tke mine tit the Pirk is iiamiiuing eonwidcnthle importance We umlpraunrt that n contract will eoon he let to do considerable work on ihti Moonbeun mine on Stockton Hill Jack OBrien hw kouq htck to the Kttt tier mine neiir Chloride mid will com metico taking out u lino hunch of lead ore now in flight The lower drift in the 78 mint in bcinjr run in under the hill The drift will htv to he run at least one hundred feet to ym under the old working Hon F 3 D mnw hta j it returned from a trip to the Berkely mine I re ports the mine turning out a great deal ot ore and the property t bowing up in irood 8hao Qui...

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. — 24 October 1891

3f Blue Bhoted Aristocrats in the Surf wwe island The most aristocratic of Coney Inlands many visitors the first to come and the last to go are the nlue hlooded raco a from the GraveMsnd MubleB BUH he New York Recorder There can to no doubt of their pretension to noble ancen try and their fame ia known to alt the world These distinguished visitors have already inaugurated the bathing aeawotm and have yiven an air of Ufe UUtj vivacity to the beaches in npitu ol the cold weather Go Bouk your feet they are told anl i nutead of taking the suggestion m an insult as human aristocrats would Kiev wade into the breakers and seem to enjoy Boftening their hoofs Tin beat time to see the race Inrsea bttheiu between five and six oclock They coiiih trooping down to the beach ii all sorts of picturescpe eotume Some are swathed from head to tail in blanket suits of gig mtic pi tid or guady red or yellow O her affect low cut dusters of modeit color and a few come stripped with nothing on but their lo...

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. — 24 October 1891

K h B 4 Prospecting iRsmmiscsnce isirly prospector in Nevada paaoed thrdagfi inkny remarkable experience and the glitter of the golden tnlrugo wan averitnble will othewitp to UiousuuiIh of these early tnahUre wokurR One of these experiences hud no remarkable a climax us to form a vivid Manzu in the lifes history of tlie relator Eirly in lw spring of 1867 u couple of Uiuhj lutrdj adventurers ntirtintf from Coilez district Nevada with the iihuii propfftorrt cut fit intending to htriko the Humboldt river near the present site of Bittle Mountain After traveling and pnwpvet intf or a couple of dtya ihey arrived a little after drk at a number of springs surrounde I by bmhtH near the present location of Lewin tiidtrict The d ly had been unusually hot and dewy and the sight of the coil wUer ww a welcome one to the estimated men who at once decided to camp and net about prepiriny their frugal tmal A Htippty of witer was obtained tor cooking and both man Kud horee ptrtook abundantly of tin co...

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. — 31 October 1891

I m No 3 Hla 7 30 a 811a 8H5 lOSSa 1147 a 12 if p 3 45p 5 25p 7 57p 9 35 p 11 31 p 145 a 3 43 W MSa VOL IX Highest of all in Leavening Pow Batered at the PoktoflSce in Klugsiau a ec sad ehm matter SUBftCRIPTION RATES 0 Opy Oae Year Six Mouth ittgl Copt No 1 3 43 a v30a 1013 a 14 a 105 a 2 42pi 4Up 7 21 p i00p 1165 p 1P a 4 43 a 7 35 a 1017 a 3 66 p 4 21p 7 40p 8TAT10N9 iv AlbuquurqRe ar rooniige Wingate Gallup Navojo Bprlufrs Jlolbrook WlnIow yaKiUtT Wlllfum Prescott J u action Peach Bprluga Kingman Needles Fetuter Dagftett Sarjtnow Mohave 4 60 2 60 10 KINGMAN LODGE NO 7 I O O P meU Avery Tuenlayeveihijrata o clock durlug the moalhaof April Stay Juie July Augot and September anl at 7M during the rnojth of Uc toberNovember December JaatiaryFeljruary and March VUlttug brother are cordially hi vit ed toattead E J 1KKBY N G JOHW MCGREOOB R I mFjEssioy 1L CMOS J ATTORNEY AT LW ProbiteJod e of M lnva County Ofikw in the Court Honw Ktngunn Atzona VV ATTORNEY AT LAW And lmtriit Attorney A M...

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. — 31 October 1891

jtHKKnKKm JSBlMB am nmnwiwiMmiiin x w a IB tt I fl jp 4s 4 ar aMmmeGSiGgim9mmm The Mohave Miner Published overy Saturday by the MINER PUBLISHING CO HARVEY HUBBS Sec and Trea ANONILHMlTlLEd and Manager Williams market U now being supplied with wild turkeys The Phenix Gazette is making things hutn for statehood opponents The Sn Francisco Jhrouitjlo has dia covered an old fort in Southern Arizona Influonzii it spreading oyer Gtlicia 4000 eases having bet n already reported There is no similarity between tho make up of Grovers kid and btby MuKee A number of Hiaill towns in the east are having a largo number of casua of smallpox The sijrns of the times voiiit to a great interna ftpriainj among the half starved peasants of Russia The earttiqiake in California would have no terror for some of thy candidate to tbe eastern mate next Tueday nigh Arisen tu ttie trout Her iiuuen are rkher an 1 hnr people mora intelligent tU tu y given p ip il ttion on the mil The will of ih ltto Dr tl nidy in b...

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. — 31 October 1891

wwn1xmuntvamnvnMmHmmt i Je - uSQdfcuuiilS1 uflwj p t lMwwwWIWWWWMttWWlWar vKi a TIM -v inpr r TncTw TOWN AND COUHTY NEWS Charley Hunt was in town Thursday tuid Friday dipt W II Hardy paid Needloa a visit Monday night AlEuton nd Bob Johnson huvo been spending the week in Kingman CluiH Merrill wus in town from his ranch after supplies th first of the week Mrs Will Carr in up from Cedar on u month or six week visit to lttyr mother Mrs Reed Mr8 Wutkins who has been visiting her son H II Wutk ins for the past fortnight returned to her home in San Jose Monday night Mm John Marshall who has been ill for the past week at the Commercial lodging house is we uro imppy to say idow ty convalescing Guorga Miller son of the lute Peter Miller of Lookout Spring on the Preseott road has Ikjou appointed road overseer from Huckberry to Fort Rock Geo M Bowers has returned from his trip to California He saw Sunpl do her famous trotting ugunst time on the kite shaped track at Stockton recently Billy Brand...

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. — 31 October 1891

-T VvvA rrrrr II 1 -4 i t 4 f M 1 V i -A i - i1 - MINING IN MOHAVE COUNTY Charles II Park Is t work on X 4Syir9ift riKIiM Fine Silver- 062a Lend 4 55 Copper 12 20 s the Queen Bee mine at Mineral Park Thomas Burch Iuih diBXKel of his Hope mine in Cedar litrtct to IneU Kinney The Crescent mine is beinii worked hy Carter and Miller who have a nicefttreak of good ore in flight William Freeborn has gone to Cedar to do the annual ueBCHBment work on a num ber of mining properttew at that place A laro number uhloridors are working on their respective claims in Walla pa i mountains and are seemingly doing well Tom Burch was in town a few days this week in search of a pack train to pack out a number of tons of ore from the IJopo mine in Cedar The C 0 D concentrator is running along smoothly and turning out large quantities of concentrates Exiwriiuents are bein made with the machine to te t its capacity foraaving slutniny ores Drifts are being run off from the one hundred foot level of the Ark...

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. — 31 October 1891

f e- It A FiiriHian oiontht uhilo teittifvinu to the greater purity or ho air in the vicinity of foivaiH 1wh not ultrlbuto thocatjKeloa greater HrlinwH in oxygen the quantity of the latter being the khijiq in tmaimo phew of wootirt an in plaiun but to the absence of those auenta which vitiate tho altiiOHpheiA of tuwnn When foretB ar not surrounded by uuiraheB a well treed region i nxt to exempt from epidemics VerBiillleri is si chbo in point It is ur ruumled by a screen of forests epidemics are unknswn et tho city has moat wretched water tumi Bkaik and Climate The averago weight of the brain of nun bears a defi nite relation lo the ciinute in which he liven a heavier brain nought Insing found in cold than in warm ccnniricH In pro portion to their stature tho Lapps have the largest heads in Euroe the Norweg ians next then corny the Swedes Ger man French and Italians In the Arab the head is found to be smaller than any of tbe above while in thu far north there exists a people called C...

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. — 31 October 1891

IP I 1 s h jh p3 fg i ITT J i V y t A u The Water Rights Question It causes a smile to flit oer the coun tenance of the roudctra of certain nnti statehood journals this teritory In the Hiimu oroith thoy denounce tho cor poration and capitalists as grasping uv ficious soulless beings and with tho the inward respiration seeks to induce tho kj s une capitiilistn and coporations to invest their cash in our sunny laud jind to id in developing our latent resources It U strange that these paper should neuk to enlist capitil in developing their water resources The fact is those pa purs do not care to see this territory pass inio tho Union of states under a demo critic administration and not as they protend because tho water clause in the constitution favors monopolies The urjjcle on water right is as follows 3 c 1 All natural stroams ami lakes within tho boundaries of this State capable of being usd for the purposes of navigation or Irriga tion ar6 hereby declared tho property of tho State ...

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. — 7 November 1891

lliiraM 0iitllmlt 4iiffffi fc VOL X KINGjVIAy ARIZONA kOYEMBER 7 J1891 HO 1 f -am i ifr Tho Printing Hose Towel A Mayoress Resigns I Recovered His Gold fj jfr a f Minhwl nfr11 in T onfno Pwr T fi f T7 rnufPonnrf I l S Ik r Oyv 1 Rakincf i i -1 in ST- T 1 Tiw y Lltrraiftm AO B r - i V Miuta oi drtwinRi ipeaialty Arizoni fiHtnriv W3 VOfc pSKI I r ABSOLUTELY PURE he Mohave Miner vtinffrrri rvrttr TitinV ftv - nntvf - VSON H SMJTH Mn3r rfZ5t - ia s moiiaye CO if y Jft9Cl at the IVntolIlec la Ktujro5 tl cVvls raatter - i i 14 t Aj SUBSCRIPTION RATS ir OuVeir 1 StxJtouth Oi ad March YMUug brothers are id la tUlcnd Iff Hj iixt o row Il3 JOlh McOijugor i PHOFESSIOMAL GAUDS r w iWJSSTEBN DIVlSlO VlMVVWVLlT SO 30 IN EFFECT WKVABD I 3 4 su ti y 7 57 P 9 35l U31p 145 a 3 43 a t 8 43 a r n i NO 8 J Vo i 730 a ill ft 10 32 s 111 47 112 Wn 3 40 ft 330 8 1013 m iii iri i m 2 42p 405 r I Jiiiuuruoi WJiaiOW 90Up William all iint Bast nnd Smith 1801 KJtSitlAfi rxvioss 12 IV Albuqaorqua u1220 ioonua 80...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
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