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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 26 October 1904

JEROME DOINGS. Jerome, Oct. 22, (Special by Inde pendent Telephone) Nathan tititz and children left yesterday moring for El Paso where they intend to spend the winter with relatives. C1, rles V. Clark, general manager of tuj United Verde Copper company, left this morning for San Francisco and will go from there to Butte, Mont., accompanied by his wife. J. D. McDonald, who was formerly in the batcher business here arrived from Mayer this morning on busings. Mr. Kuss, school teacher at Cotton wood, was in town this afternoon i;;t a short visit. Mrs. Edwirt Turr, wife of the drug gist, is in i escott visiting friends and from (l ie will go to Jerome Junction, wl -ic she will spend a few days visitir-. Mrs. Bell ill give a delicious tur key and deck dinner tomorrow, Sun day afternoon, and everyone desiring a treat of good home cooking, should give her a visit. g Gus Frazer, formerly paymaster of the United Verde Copper company, will bo given, a farewell banquet in the basement of the Fa...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 26 October 1904

No. can. Application for Patent. United Stales Land Office, I Prescott, Arizona, Sept. 21, 1901. J Notice is nereby given that E. D. Scaton, whose postofflce address is Prescott, Ari zona, has made application to the United States for a patent for 10,484 feet of the Gold Hill, Favorite, No. One Burlington, Conglomerate. Home Stead, West End and Capitol lodes, Sur. No. 1950, bearing gold, silver and copper, with surface ground COO feet in width, unsurveyed, situate approxi mately in Sees. 3 and , Tp 11, N, R 1 V G. i, S. It. M., in Turkey Creek Mining Dis trict, Yavapai County, Arizona, which is more fully described as to nietos and bounds by the official plat and field notes of survey thereon posted and now on file in this office, which field notes of survey describe the boundaries and extent of said claim on the surface, with magnetic variation at 14 deg e, as follows, to-wit. Capitol Lodo Beginning at cor No 1, identical with cor of location where a mala pai stone 4x11x22 ins is s...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 26 October 1904

PRACTICAL IE L RTUNITIES Fowler and Murphy Speak Sincerely on the Ne cessity of Chang ing Conditions Plain Statements Made of the De mands of the Day and Which Re cent Developments Warrant. Opportunities of Arizona Hand led by Able and Earnest Men. The republican meeting last night was a signally suecrsaful one: There was none of the common rainbow soaring; pretty pictures of the fanci ful past were supplanted by actual deeds that were demanded, and it was sound reasoning on the lines of practical methods desired from poli tical channels. F. M. Murphy initiat ed the meeting, and in a deliberate and yet reasonable manner, throwing aside formalities in introducing him self, began his discourse, and ended in the same strain a white heat on the issues from beginning to end. The characteristics of this gentleman were typical of his well known per sonality. He began on the issues of what a delegate should do as a busi ness man, and took the ground of ar gument that if a politician was to ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 26 October 1904

LOCAL BRIEF Pjom Snuday's Uaiiy. Dudloy Urooks, or UiGnega, was in town Saturday. Dr. O. Lt. Greer was in town Satur day on a business visit. B. W. Zaohau has returned from i visit to the Grand Canyon. Li. O. Tucker will occupy the posi tion vacated by S. S. Walstrum. Lu N. Pagniu and wife, of Phenix, were Prescott visitors Saturday. F. R. O'Uriou has resigned as sup erintendent of the reform school at Benson. Pete Mackin was in from his station on Groom creek yesterday aud took in the circus. C. T. Lewis, a pioneer citizen of Ash Fork, was in town yesterday on a brief business trip. One of the attractions of the Gentry Bros, show is a little colt, weighing only twenty five pounds. There was quite a delegation in town on Saturday from the Big Bug and McCabo sections to attend the dog and pony show. A. B. Beichelt was in town yester day from the Little Jessie mine and stopped over Sunday and incidentally took in the circus. P. B. Worden, who works at the Galdstone mine, came in from ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 2 November 1904

WEEKLY ARIZONA NALMINER Pioneer Paper of Arizona. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 2, 1904. Forty-First Year JOUR THE IN TO HANDLE MONEY ! The Election of "Pap" Cline Should be Supported Wholesomely. For Over a Quarter of a Century a Taxpayer, and a Candidate Who is Substantially Identified With Yavapai Is the Laborer Worthv of the Hire? The candidacy of W. A. Cline the more it is known to the people, the better is it received. When a man is endorsed for the responsible position of treasurer of a county of the rating Yavanai county enjoys, and that too by the repulbiican party, there is more than the personal qualification of the man behind such an action. The principles of the party are reflect ed in the man's integrity, and in this respect there is to be weighed and considered the support of that party to the nominee, in efficiency, honesty and capability. In other words this organization is behind the man, and the party is behind the county in de manding from its nominee a ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 2 November 1904

LOCAL BRIEFS. From Thursday's Daily. A raw, chilly east wind prevailed yesterday. , A. Gillette, of Denver, is a guest at Hotel Burke. A. Kenghardt, of Hamburg, Ger many, arrived in Prescott on last evening's train. Prank D. Shumate came J over last evening from Jerome. Mr. and Mrs. George H. Cook came up from Phenix yesterday. Miss Tillinghast, of Chicago, came in on last evening's train. J. P. Bauder went over to Jerome yesterday on a business trip. Robert Crabtree will leave today to visit the St. Louis exposition. D. Homer Jennings came in yester day from the Lynx creek country. The cavalry troop has returned from their practice march to Flagstaff. The democratic candidates went north yesterday en r,oute to Seligman. S. B. Griffin, brother of Judge Grif fin, left yesterday to visit a brother in Iowa. Two car loads of powder arrived on yesterday's freight train from the north. Mrs. Dudley left on yesterday's train for California, where she expects to reside. Dr. Yount has returne...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 2 November 1904

FACTS AND FIGURES THAT STARTLE THE TAXPAYER OF YAVAPAI COUNTY The dav of awakenine in Yavapai countv has arrived. If the taxpayer will look candidly and honestly into our finan cial condition as it confronts hnn today, and will reasonably and intelligently come face to face with the absolute facts that are apparent, he will become astounded at the magnitude of the sum of money that is exacted from him annually, and as well will he be stupefied m the disposition of the same. In IQ04 the assessed valuation of all property in Yavapai county foots up $5,969,833, and the revenue the count' de rives therefrom this year through the tax payer reaches the total of $238,793.32. Of this sum that is to be paid into the treasury of Yavapai countv for the current year, there S A W will be deducted for the Territorial levy but 95 cents from each $100 of that sum, leaving a balance to be directly and specifically applied for count' purposes of over $210,000, This first named sum that is to be borne...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 2 November 1904

Arizona Journal-Miner Oldest Paper in Arizona. Established 1S&1. Published By JOURNAL-MINER PUBLISHING CO. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. Official Paper Citj of Prescott. Published every day except Mondays. THE JOURNAL-MINER win De continued un til ordered stopped. Bills are sent out gularly, and subscribers are requested to pay the same as promptly as possible. Subscribers who desire the paper stopped at any time are urgently requested to send notice to this office ana pay up ine amount due. THE EASTERN OFFICES ol tLis paper are at 234 Temple Court. New York City, and U. D. Express Bunatne. wastilntrton street. cbi- cago. E. KATZ Advertising Agency in charze, 7nere tne paper is sept on me. victors of the party's choice all to bo classified as a tribe? Are their metb oas impure or are tney as sincere as you were. In any event is the Hearst club to knuckle down to these men that are identified with a "tribe principle. We would also like to hear on this phase of the situation, and as th...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 2 November 1904

COIPLETI OF THE MS Mil Pronounced the Best in The Territory. The Production of Gas Will Prove of Great Benefit to Consumers. G. A. Cautnbell, representing the California L ht and Fuel company, who has bad charge of the construc tion of the ga. plant for F. L. Wright, has completed the work and he states that the Prescott plant is the most complete gas plant in this territory, The plant is known as the Lowe Crade Oil Water Gas system, there be ing three other similar plants in the territory, one at Phenix, one at Tuc son and the third at Tombstone. The plant in Prescott represents a number of improvements which are not found in the other plant, as they are of later date, havug been evolved since the other plums were construct ed. The capacity of the Prescott plant is 120,000 cubic feet of gasper day, the holder containing 15,000 cubic feet and the capacity of the plant being sufficient to fill it eight times in twenty four hours. Mr. Campbell says the buildings and everything connect...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 2 November 1904

No. ;k. Application far Patent. United States Land Office, I Prescott, Arizona, Sept. 21, 1901. f Notice is nereby given that E. D. Seaton, whoso" iwstoliice address is l'roscott. Ari zona, lias made anplication to the United Stated for a patent for 10,184 feel of the Gold Hill, Favorite, No. One Burlington, Conglomerate. Home Stead, West End and Capitol lodes, Sar. No. 1950, bearing gold, silver and copper, with surfacs ground 600 feet in width, unsurveyed, situate approxi mately in Sees. 3 and 9, Tp 11, N. R 1 W. G. S. K. M., in Turkey Creek Mining Dis trict, Yavapai County, Arizona, which is more fully described as to metes ana bounds by the official plat and field notes of survey thereon posted and now on file in this office, which field notes of survey describe the boundaries and extent of said claim on the surface, with magnetic variation at 14 deg e, as follows, to-wit. Capitol Lode Beginning at cor No 1, identical with cor of locution where a mala pai stone 4x11x22 ins is se...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 2 November 1904

JEROME DOINGS. Jerome, Oct. 25, (Special by Inde pendent Telephone) Mrs. Tin!.ir, who has been in Prescott for some time nursing her son Joe, arrived home on this afternoon's train. Airs A. Grillln arrived this morning from lot Springs, Arkansas, where she has been for the past month. Wm. Nagle arrived from Prescott this afternoon, where ho has been on company business. The Jule Walters' Everlasting Suc cess "Side Tracked" will play in tLo Jerome opera house this evening largo attendance is expected as Joromt is seldom visit d by good shows. Prank Nevi:i arrived this evenint from his ram h on the Verde river where he has Iwd looking after thin? in general. It is stated that typhoid fever is quite prevaloii? at Camp Verde, many of the prominent people of that sec tion being sick with this malady. Charles Hooker and Dan Dean who left on a deer hunting trip on the 20th of this month returned this afternoon. They report deer very scarce, only killing one on the trip. Work of rebuilding ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 2 November 1904

lm!.t?lenB;ggA.slirLllWlLJlgIl LOCAL BRIEFS. lZ352 Fjoni Sunday's Uaijy. O. C. Stukey was in town yesterday from Walker. R. R. Colemau catno up from the south yesterday. A. M. McDonald is in town on Ms periodical visit. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Daggs went out to Jerome Junction yesterday. E. D. Seaton was in town yeaterday from his mining camp on Turkey creek. Tbe heating registers in the court house are being treated to a coat of aluminum bronze. Rumors are rife of a prospective wedding in the near future in fth fashionable part of town. W. A. Drake returned yesterday from a trin over the S. F. P. & P. and the Phenix and Eastern roads. The old wood house on the lot of the high school building has been con verted into very comfortable quarters for the janitor and his wife. SuDerinteudenc D. AI. Timmons of the Gold King Mining company ex pects to go east in a few days on busi ness connected with the company. Charles Scullin, who has been stop ping for the past year with his brother Har...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 9 November 1904

NA JOURNAL-MINER Pioneer Paper of Arizona. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 9, 1904. Forty-First Year EVELT! WEEKLY A YAVAPAI LANDSLIDE ROOSEVELT New York, Nov. 8. The Brooklyn Eagle, a democratic Higgins has been elected governor of New York. The Evening World at 7 o'clock tonight conceded the election of Higgins as governor of New York. The Evening World concedes the election of .Roosevelt. The Brooklyn Eagle (democratic) announced at 7 o'clock that Roosevelt has been elected pres ident and Higgins elected governor of New York. The returns from Ulster count', Esopus township, which is Parker's home district, show that Roose velt received 173 votes and Parker 159, or a majority of 14 for ever'- doubtful state. NATIONAL. Esopus, Nor. 8, 8:30 p. m. Parker sent this telegram to President Roose velt "Rosemont, N. 5. The President, Washington : The people by their votes have em ihatically approved your administra tion and 1 congratulate you. (Signed) Alton B. Parker." President Ro...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 9 November 1904

LOCAL BRIEFS. From Thursday's Daily. District court will open next Mon flay. N. AI. McDonald was in town Wed nesday. George Merwin is in town from Wal nut Grove. C. W. Piatt was in town yesterday from Kirkland. P. R. Raymond was in town from Catoctin yesterday. E. J. F. Borne is expected home to morrow or Saturday. Jos. Dougherty has returned from his visit to California. Dr. McCandless was feeling a little better than usual yesterday. - John Kelly, a mining man, from McCabe, was in town yester lay. Mr. and Airs. .Marion James and child left yesterday for Nebraska. Ex-Governor Louis J. Wolfley re turned yesterday from a visit to Phenix. Dr. John A. Lentz, a well known dentist of Phenix, was in the city yes terday. Mr and Mrs. C. H. Pratt were regis tered at one of the Prescott hotels yes terday. P. R. Stewart went out to Poland and Walker yesterday on forest re serve business. " John Duke and his little daughter will leave today for a visit to the St, Louis exposition. W. K. Flora w...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 9 November 1904

CO "H O m The Celebrated Wilson Beater AND MYSTIC STEEL RANGES FOR SALE AT- BROWN BRO: U o f- Three-fifty shoes There are lots of $3,50 and $4 shoes; we suppose a good many of them are worth the price, , Seb Royal Blue shoe is sold at $3.50 and $4; it's not only worth what it costs; it's better than its cost. Many a $5 shoe, isn't as good for com fort and wean We can fit 3'our feet and 3'our mind with Selz Rcal Blue CHICAGO. The Reynolds Safety Whii IT IS ONLY A WHIM OF OURS BUT IT IS A WINNER & & THE Samuel Hill Hardware Co. nining Machinery and Supplies THE PRESIDENT CALLS DOWi JUDGE PARK EB He Strenuously Denies That Corporate Influences are in Any Manner Asso ciated to Him. The Worst Raking Over Ever Given a Presidential Candidate is Man fully Authorized and Given to the American People The Noble and Patriotic Life of the President is Again Exemplified in Heroic Utterances. THE SILENT MAN FROM AES0PUS SHOT HIS JAW OFF ONCE TOO OFTEN. Mr. Roosevelt Gives the Lie to Judge ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 9 November 1904

Arizona Journal-Miner Oldest Paper in Arizona. Established 1S64. Published By JOURNAL-MINER PUBLISHING CO. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. Official Paper City of Prcscott. Published every day except Mondays. THE JOURNAL-MINER will te continued un til ordered stopped. Bills are sent oat tgularly, and subscribers are requested to pay the same as promptly as possible. Subscribers ho desire the paper stopped at any time are urgently requested to send notice to thU office aed pay up toe amount due. THE EASTERN OFFICES ol ttiis paper are "at 234 Temple Court, New York City, and U. b. Express Building, Washington Street, Chi cago. E. KATZ Advertising Agency in charge, where the paper is kept on file. TERH5: Daily per year $9.00 " ' month 75 AVeekly per year 2.50 " Sis months 1.50 Three months 1.00 ROOSEVELT'S REMARKABLE VICTORY. Theodore Roosevelt has triumphed before the American people. What a handsome victory it has been. Every state that has been placed in the! doubtful column ha) thundered i...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 9 November 1904

WAGERS ON ELECTION Tliree rather remarkable wagers on local politics were reported to the Journal-Miner on Monday. One soc-1 ialist ia reported to Lave made a wager that not one democratic or republican candidate will be elected today. This of course is an idiotic fool wager, if reported correctly,as either a republi can or democrat is sure to be elected district attorney.there being only two candidates for that position. Another apparently reckless wager was that of a democrat who bets that there will not be a republican electei. The third ot:o was offered by a so cialist and l:t'en by a republican, in which the f rmer wagered that be' could name ;i greater number of win ing candidates than the republican, and agreed to name as winners as many socialist as he did of either re publicans or democrats. The guesses of these wore written out and then placed in an envelope and sealed (o be opened after election by tho stake holder. The Lost Democratic Majority. By Dr. H. A. E. Watson. Th...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 9 November 1904

No. 701. App'.icaL.i lor Patent. United Stntea Land Office, Prescott, Arizona, Sept. 21, 19CU. Notice is hereby given that Cumberland Mining Couipai.y, by E. D. Seaton, its attor-ney-in fact, whose postoftice address is Pres cott, Arizona, has jnade application to the United States for a patent for 13,901.09 feet of the Central Station, Cumberland, North Star, -Tim BIaine,Mountain Shorty, Milligan, Ko. 10, No. 9, Stanley and. Blue Jay lodes, Sur. No. 1952, bearing, gold, silver and cop- rer. with surface ground t0U It each in wiatii unsurveved. situate approximately in Sec 3, tp 11 n, r 1 w, G & S K M, in Turkey Creek mining distrtct, lavapai county, Arizona which is more fully described as to mete, and bounds by the official plat and field notes ot survey thereon posted and now on file in this office, which field notes of survey describe the boundaries and extent ot said claim on the surface, with magnetic varia tion at 11 deg e, as follows, to-wit : Cumberland Lode Beeinniuira...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 9 November 1904

KILLING WAS JUSTIFIABLE. Mexicans Invited Shooting end Paid the Penalty. Assistant District Attorney J. E. . Morrison and Deputy Sheriff Frank Burns returned on last evening's train from Ash Fork, where they went to investigate the killing of the two Mexicans at Meath by Thomas Brown - 1 1.!. II v ana ma son, .-ircme urowu. The testimony taken at the inquest showed that the killing was unmis takably justifiable and in self defens?, and the coroner's jury exonerated them and they were not placed under arrest. Not'only wa3 the deed justifiably but it is alni'..t a miracle that the Browns, fab.er and son, were not killed. The Mexicans, who were named Bo nita Garcia ana Pablo Olgin, had been hanging around the sheep camps in that vicinity for several days and had been intimidating the herders, and firing into the flocks of sheep and act ing in a general lawless manner. Mr. Brown and his son had been told of, their actions by the herders and went out to warn thorn away. m U mnn nn nit An...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 9 November 1904

LOCAL BRIEFS. tarns Fjoiu Sunday's Uaijy. Wm. Engle shook the dust of Ari zona from his feot and left yesterday for Los Angeles. D. E. Hurley, the Sauta Fe agent at Jerome Junction, spent yesterday in the city on business. .Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Storey and children returned last evening from their visit east with relatives. Mrs. Annie Henry returned on last night's train from making an official visit to the Rebekah lodge at Wil- Jiams. JRev. K. W. Rogers, superintendent of the Methudist missions in Arizona, letf yesterday for Needles where he will remain over Sunday. A. W. Ballard, general manager of the General Electric company at Lios Angeles, arrived in Presnott last night for a brief business visit here, fl. A. Kendall, representing the Scranton Correspondence school, re turned on last night's train from a very successful trip along the lino of the Santa Fe railroad. F. II. Senteney, the socialist candi date for the council was in from Groom Creek yesterday and reports plenty of i...

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