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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 1 February 1905

WEEK ONA JOURNALMN Pioneer Paper of Arizona. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY J, 1905. Forty-First Year SHUMATE SELLS GRANITE DELLS V James Adams is the New Purchaser. He Proposes to Maintain Repua tion of the Resort to is Former Sandard. A deal which has been in progress for several days and which bas been watched by the Journal-Miner, was consummated yesterday by which the lease and all the improvements of the Granite Dells pleasure resort was transferred by Ed. Shumate who has conducted the place' for two years, to James Adams, the consideration being 13,000. Mr. Shumate, by conducting the place as a 8rst class respectable re sort, and by providing for the enter tainment of the public in an accom modating and reasonable manner has made an unqualified success of the place and bas made it a popular resort in addition to making a remunerative business of it. When he took hold of it all manuer of predictions were made that it would prove a failure for the reason that Prescott w...

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. — 1 February 1905

LOCAL BRIEFS. From Thursday's Daily. Morse Darnell came up from Hill side yesterday. Sheriff Lowry has been divorced from his moustache. J. H. Wingfleld was in town yester day from Camp Verde. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Joslin and son are in town from McCabe. Miss Amy Nelson returned yesterday from her visit to Phoenix. Cecil G. Fennell has rented a suite of offices in the Bashford block. W. C. Skinner, the station ticket agent in Prescott is on the 6ick list. H. A. Ingalls, of the Pfau Mining company, was in Prescott yesterday. Edgar W. Stephens came in yester day from his Williamson valley ranch. T. G. Norris returned yesterday from attending supreme court in Phoenix. County Assessor D. J. Sulilvan, re turned yesterday from a visit to Phoenix. Deputy United States Marshal J. P. Wells, came up on yesterday's train from Phoenjx. Miss Rose Driscoll, of San Francis co, is visiting her sister, Mrs. H. Wb. Stevens in Prescott. Frank Pooler, the Crown King for est ranger, came in on last night's...

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. — 1 February 1905

CANTA FE, PRESCOTT 3 & PH(ENIX RAILWAY CO TIME TABLE NO. 48. THROUGH TinE TABLE. SOUTH BOUND I NORTH BOUM. 2nd 1 First; c'a-e clase Ka.3i No.l, daily daily i STATIONS. a. if.;r. 5 30 5 6 00! 5 6 23; 6 6 46 7 10 M.f IP. 35 L.T....Aeh Fork....Ar 1 53 Meath 12 07 Rock Butte 12 First 2d No. 2j Xo.4 daily dailj M. P. M 05 6 18 33 5 li T 40; 6 8 00? 6 8 25; 9 25 ' 9 50 T 10 15 7 10 40 7 11 55! 7 P. M.I 12 54! 8 12 58 8 1 041 8 1 12! 8 6 17. Cedar Glade..... 12 20 4 4: P. M.j 34 Valley 12 02 Del Rio U 54 ..Jerome Junction.. 11 Granite 11 .P. & E. Junction... I1U .Prescott. 25 Alto 29 Summit 35; Iron Springs . . 43. 12-Mile Spur .. 4 14 4 OC 3 36 3 07 2 .'C 2 30 2 10 1 24 1 28 8 1 53 q 2 10! a 2 35j 9 3 05! 9 3 22 10 3 47; 10 4 10 10 4 35 u 5 00 5 15H 16; 5 4611 38; Ramggate Skull Valley Kirkland Grand View Hillside Date Creek Piedmont .Congress Junction.. Harqua Hala.... Wickenburg 6 16 12 6 33 12 7 03 12 7 30 12 7 40; 1 7 54! 1 8 08 1 P. M.'i. 8 30' 1 06. 211 40 67 , 03j 12 I 21,....

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. — 1 February 1905

xrizona Journal-Miner Uldeat Paper In Ariiona. Established ISM. Published By JOURNAL-MINER PUBLISHING CO. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. Official Paper Citj of Preacott. Entered at the postoffice at Prescott as eecond-class mail matter. Published every day except. Mondays. TUB JOt'RNAL-MINEB win oe connnnM nn til ordered sloprn-il. Bills are rent out eTOiarly, and subscribers are requested to pay the lame a promptly as possible. Bubscriberi who desire the paper stopped at any time arc rvtatly requested to send notice to thU office ad pay up tbe amount due. THE EASTERN OFFICES of tan paper are at 2t Temple Court . New York City, and L. s). Bxpreee Building. Washington Street, Chi cago. E. KATZ Advertleiog Agency la charge, where the paper Is kept on file. TER15: Daily per year $9.00 " month "o Weekly per year 2.50 " Six months 1.50 ' Three months 1.00 A DEMOCRATIC PROTEST. Charles Peterson, a Mesa City demo crat, but a good American citizen, and an ex member of an Arizona legisla ture publ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 1 February 1905

THE MASSACRE OF By the Yaqui Indians in Mexico. Graphic Recital of the Bloodthirsty , Murders By One of the Survivors. The El Paso Herald published a graphic story of the massacre of four Americans in Mexico by the Yaqui In dians. The story was told by Mr. Miller, who with h man named Toller ton, were the only two of the party who escaped with their lives. Miller said : "When we left on our trip into the interior, we went well armed and we thought that the six of us could pro tect ourselves, so did not take any es cort. We left Minas Prietas, Sonora railroad, on Friday, the 13th, and we remarked at the time of the UDlucky day and date, but only with a laugh. We drove in two carriages with two Mexican drivers, directly east for two day? and a half by the Cobachi road, for a distance of one hundred and four miles to Toledo, Sonora, a min ing camp named for Toledo, Ohio, by Ohio parties who founded it and have been working it. "Arriving thirty five miles east of Minas Prietas on our re...

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. — 1 February 1905

DEATH OF B. B. EAMAN Benjamin Kobison Kamau, a talent ed young musician, died Monday night, January 23, at the residence of bis parents at Detroit. He was twenty nine years of age and was stricken with consumption at Cincinnati, iu 1892, while filling an engagement with the Chicago Marine band, with which organization he was associated for three years as solo oboe player. It was his enthusiasm for his art. and particularly the oboe, which brought on his illness. The difficulty of pro per respiration and the long sustaine i breath necessary to a proper manipu lation of that instrument weakened his lungs and ''might on hemorrhages. Mr. Eaman lived in Prescott some thing over a year and spent several months at Cump Verde and will be favorably remembered by many of our citizens. He was a nephew of Thomas J. and Charles B. Kamau who were regents of Yavapai county sev eral years. DEATH OF PIONEER Michael Welsh, an Arizona pioneer died on Monday, January 30th, at Kirkland, at the age of 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. — 1 February 1905

LOCAL BRIEFS. From Sunday's Daily febenrt i,owry went f outn last nign, Wfaeu an,roached on the quegtiorj of on official business. Wa probable al,p0intmeut of governor J. S. Jones left yest. n!ay for the be turned the remark off with a jccu east ou mining business. j iar remark neither affirming or deny- Governor K. C. Power will return j ing it. He says that business condi to Los Angeles tomorrow. "tions in Puoeuix are improving. Frank Strobridge, the automobile j Judge Wells is quite heavily interested commercial man, is in town. ! iu Fhoenix in real estate. D. M. Timmous returned last uigbt j David Coleman, son of Mr. and Mrs. from a visit with friends in Ohio. j R. K. Coleman entertained about a Mrs. J. H. Bagbv went to Phoenix COTe of bu rouuS aud 8irl friends last night for a short visit .with I ou Friday evening. Progressive games friend were played at which Marion Rodgers . "" .. , i and Zilpha Martin were the prize win- J. C. Rankin the well known min- ! , . ... v. " i ners...

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. — 1 February 1905

FN 1 1 r mfn m ; i uun if 1 1.11 niiL DEADlNNOGALES;i MEN MEN ONLY!! UN Y A Former Prescott Man i : Figures as One of , the Victims. The Biggest Bargain yet at the BB PreInventory Sale, is their Elegant Line of The Cause of Death is Due to Un fair Methods In Gambling. The Slayer.of Three Men Then Blows His Own Brains Out. 2Cl(ClS 3 ftfl L Coats.. By Associated Press. NOG ALES, Mexico, Jan. 27. Fern i dand Walters, a gambler early this morning shot and killed in tte Palace saloon, M. M. Conn, the proprietor of the Palace, J. J. John son, a gambler, and Modesto Olivas, Mexican monte dealer and then he tnroed the revol ver upon himself, blowing' out his brains. Walters had been hired by Conn to ran the stud horse poker game but was recently discharged be- cause a complaint was made that he j was using marked cards. This morn- j ing at 4 o'clock he walked into the Palace, ate his meal, and then opened TZT. fire. Johnson was first killed, then j Russian gunnery is largely guess work. Con...

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. — 8 February 1905

WEEKLY ARIZ JOURNAL-M iN Pioneer Paper of Arizona. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 8, 1905. Forty-First Year L Inducted Into Office Last Night. A Felicitous Address Delivered by Mayor Burke on Retiring From the Position Appointees of New Mayor. The outgoing city council held a session on Monday afternoon and closed up the business of the term, the most important item being the auditing of the January bills, amount ing to 62,442.10. In the evening the incoming and outgoing councils both met in the council chamber, all the members be ing present except W. J. Mulvenon, who is pbsent from the city. Mayor Burke called the council to order and inquired of the mersbers if there was any business demanding his attention and being answeredin the negative he inquired of the clerk if thre were any papers requiring the major's sig nature. The clerk replying that he had none, Mr. Burke delivered the following felicitous address: Gentlemen of the Honorable Com mon Council of the city of Pre...

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. — 8 February 1905

LOCAL BRIEFS. From Thursday's Daily. Ed II. Meek returned lart night from Jerome. Forest Ranger McLeod, is in town from Lynx creek. Frank Burns returned to Phoenix on last night's train. George H. Cook, the jeweler, went to Phoenix last night. Sheriff Lowry went north yesterday on official business. Mrs. J. II. Collins went to Kirkland last night for a short visit. Walter Hill, the fruit man, went south on last night's train. " Tombstone stock at S2 per share. Who wants it? Apply at this office. E. S. Clatk went to Flagstaff on Wednesday on professional business. John D. Davis, a mining man of New York, arrived in Prescott lest night. Charles Battre has returned from a trip east where he went on mining business. A colored man, whose name was not learned was arrested yesterday charged with bouse breaking. C. E. M. Beall returned last even ing from a visit to the Oro mine in the Bradsbaw mountains. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Farley returned to Phoenix last night where the for mer has a legisl...

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. — 8 February 1905

CANTA FE, PRE10TT 3 & PHCENIX RAILWAY CO. I TIME TABLE NO. 4S. THKOL'GH T1HE TABLE SOIIH BO!.. NO ;..d First-, c ass ciass X? 3 So.l cai'y dail A. M. I'. M. 5 5 .V) Lv. ti u 1 5 i-T . . . . ; t u7 T l'J h " 7 4.1 (to 44 STATIONS. NOHTM BOl M Kirst "Jd" ciass eia--N". - N...4 iaiiy :!a!..j f. -Y 1 5 ..A-h Fork A .;..Mtth . i.'oek Butte .Cedar GlaJe f.l 10 li 10 4ij 11 .So P. M. 12 S4 12 5 1 (4 1 12 7 X' 7 45 7 55. 8 25 8 -! 8 : . . Vhi If-y Del K:o ..Jerome Junction. Granite .1'. A E. Junction.. I'resoott Aito Su:n:i:it . . Iron Sprint??. . . r. 11. 1 Hi 12 4rt 12 V. M. 12 ir 11 54 11 11 -4 11 12 10 .V 10 4,- 4 u 4 U 2 li 1 -4 4 ".1 i u si 8 Hi 12-Miie -Spur .. 1 2" 8 5.) Ruinsiiate... 1 ! 9 14 Skull Valley.. 2 .io 10 2S 12 t4 10 22 12 it 10 17 12 40 ; 12 If i V. M ' 9 51 ls 04 : 9 2fi li 9 09 10 4i OVERCOATS At Less than Wholesale Cost ALL CLOTHING -Suits, Pants, Coats and Vests at Cost. Winter Under wear and Heavy Over shirts at Factory Cost. WE MUST MOVE these Goods and we off...

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. — 8 February 1905

Arizona Journal-Miner Oldest Paper in Arizona. Established 1861. Published By JOURNAL-MINER PUBLISHING CO. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS- Official Paper City of Prescott. Entered at the postoffiee at Prescott as second-class mail matter. Published every day except. Mondays. THE JOURNAL-MINER win De continued un til ordered stopped. Bills tfre sent out tgularly, and subscribers are requested to pay the same as promptly as possible. Subscribers who desire the paper stopped at any time are argantly requested to send notice to this office ad pay op the amount due. THE EASTERN OFFICES ol tins paper are at 234 Temple Court. New York Cltv. and U. It. Express Building, Washington Street, Chi cago. E. KATZ Advertising Agency io charge, here the paper is kept on ale. TERHS: Daily per year $9.00 " month 75 Weekly per year 2.50 " Six months 1.50 ' Three months l.CO TOLSTOY ADVISES CZAR. Count Tolstoi, the celebrated Rus sian anthor and reformer, while sup posedly on his death bed recently ad dressed ...

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. — 8 February 1905

ERNEST GAMBLE EHTERTA pi is 11 IV r bit tN For Benefit oi' Manual!;",. Training. High Class Entertainment With Pro- gramma so Arranged That it Will ; Suit All Taste?. Frcm Sunday's Daiiy The Ernest Gamble company will arrear in the hiirb school which audi- torium in Prescott next Wednesday night, February Stb, for the bene tit cf the manual training fund and without doubt will furnish a most delightful entertainment. Xo American singer has ever at tained a more enviable position than Mr. Gamble, lii.s career closely ap- ' proacnes the marvelous. Six years ago Ernest Gamble, an unknown young man, just out of his teens, sang a solo ia one of tb6 conceits at the New York Chautauqua. Today his name is a household word in tbe iand, and the best musicians in Europe, as well as in our own country, unite in plac ing him at the very head of American fcassoa. Mr. Gamble has set at defiance ail the known precedents soverniug the oareer of artists. In six season she has filled more than nine hu...

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. — 8 February 1905

Telegraphic Briefs ? ; j urged that only the rire varieties LONDON, Feb. 2. A news agency ; should be supplied, dispatch from St. Petersburg reports j Their opponents contended that that the committee of ministers, ap- much good is being accomplished by pointed to devise the best means cf ; the work of the department, giviug effect to the emperor's reform ! Pet t us, the venerable Alabama sen ukase of December '25th, in addition ator, stood with the latter class aud to recommending an increase ot the j appealed to his fellow "youthful powers of the senate over the minis- j senators" not to forget the days when ters, the safeguarding of its independ- j they enjoyed the violets that grew in enee and tbe establishing of lower tri-! the flower box on the front porch, bunals connected with the senate, The bill was not completed, also distinguished three fundamental j ATLNTA, Ga., Feb. 2 President points as the basis for defense of the nnni, -vi,lentlv intends to make Jaws as follows : Fi...

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. — 8 February 1905

"" j t LOCAL BRIEFS. From Sunday's Daily VT. J. Martin was in 'own yesterday from Poland. Mark Bradley came in yesterday from Cherry Creek. Captain and Mr?. Snii: aul Lieut. Snappy, of the Salvation Army, ex pect to ltave on Tuesday for Santa Barbara to remain. The music section of the Monday clnh nlli entertain the ciub with a i . . , , t0-,iq on Suuduv evening, choice ruu.-ieal program on iueday, February 7th, at 3 p. in. in the kin- j A car lea l of merchandise and four dergarteu. i car loads of coal came in ou ye.ter- Miss Mannix was reported to l e j ".V train for Whipple, still quite sick yesterday although p j While the condition of Miss Man very slight improvement in her coudi- j nix is still quite critical, a slight im tion over that of the previous day j provernent was reported last evening, was noticed. j The home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed While the negotiations of Frank , Kiehl was brightened on Sunday even Nevin were completed some time since inB by the arrival of a little gir...

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. — 8 February 1905

DILEMMAW HIGH BUSS Now Confronted With I in Manchuria. : Severe Weather Favors Their Army Under Present Conditions Tlia Reported retirement of General Kuropatkin. Quiet reigi;. ties in Mailed right of the U zanbenan, six iu the zone of hostili :ria with the extreme -sians holding Chiant miles north west of Saudepas and neither side is apparent- I iy able to move on account of the severity of the weather. The Kussian troops yesterday, how ever brought in two hundred Japanese prisoners who were poorly clothed and suffering from the cold. The reported intention of Kuropatkin to hand over his command to Gen. Linevitch is not confirmed. No disorders arising from the strike were reported iu Russia on Saturday. UNABLE TO HOVE. By Associated Press. ST. PETERSBURG, Feb. 4. Inter est in the ill starred attempt to cap ture Saudepas is eclipsed by the with drawal of Gen. Gippenberg and the unconfirmed reports of the retirement of Gen. Kuropatkin. According to the latest information receive 1 he...

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. — 15 February 1905

WEEKLY A JOU -MIN i Pioneer Paper of Arizona. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 15, 1905. Forty-First Year RIZONA RNAL A REMARKABLE LETTER FROM A Man Who is Totally Devoid of Sight. Henry P. Ewing of Mohave Connty, Writes of the Wonderful Mining Resources of a Portion of His County. Hon. Robert E. Morrison has receiv ed a most remarkable letter from H. P. Ewing, of Mohave connty. While the letter contains valuable informa tion about mining in Mohave county, the fact of its being remarkable arises more trom the fact that Mr. Ewing is totally blind and the letter was writ ten on a type writer and is practically free from errors and shows wonderful skill tor one bereft of eight. It is also remarkable on account of the cheerful spirit which pervades it, taking into consideration the condi tion of the man. Mr. Ewing is not only Mind but he lives alone far from any neighbors and is engaged in de veloping a mining claim without any assistance and has a shaft down sixty feet. He goes i...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 15 February 1905

LOCAL BRIEFS. From Thursday's Daily. E. E. EHinwood left yesterday for Pasadena to visit bis family. John Hanloo came up from the Booth on Tuesday for a short visit. John Cain, superintendent of the San Dance mine was in tcwn yester day. R. E. McGillen, who is interested in mining in Placentas is in town for a few days' visit. William Roberts came np from Kirkland on Tuesday for a biief visit with his family. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Nolan left last night for Nacozari, Mexico, where the .former has accepted a position. The board of supervisors, have awarded the contract far the burial of the indigent dead to H. M. Maus & Co. Snow has not been reported from any place in the county to exceed a depth of one foot during the recent storm. "Cinderilla in Flowerland" is the title of the little play which will be given at the high school auditorium on Friday evening. The rainfall at Yarnell this winter. Supervisor D. G.Sinclair says amounts to nearly twelve inches of which 6.68 inches fell in...

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. — 15 February 1905

CANTA FE, PRESrOTT 3 & PH(ENIX RAILWAY CO. TIME TABLE NO. 48. THROUGH TinE TABLE. SOUTH BOL'NO I I NORTH BOUND 2nd '.First; class! cla&?! N3.3; Xo.lj dailydailyi j first 2d i class eia-r No. 2 Xo.4 idaily daily STATIOXS. A. M.'P. M.! P. M. P. M. 5 HO 5 35 Lv Ash Fork Ar 1 05 6 18 t (JO 5 53 Meath 12 46 5 5 6 23 6 07, Rock Buite 12 33 5 U e 17; Cedar Glade 12 20 4 4T I p. it.. 6 34 Valley 12 02 4 14 6 44 Del Rio 11 54 4 DC I . 3 3f 7 40 8 OOi 8 25 9 25, 00 ...Jerome Junction., il 3 07 9 50 i 7 16 liramte 11 24 2 fO 10 15; 7 30 ..P. A E. Junction... J ri 2 30 10 401 7 45 u , 58 2 10 11 55 7 55 ......... - -- ...... Ill flw 1 24 P. M.I I 12 54 8 25' Alto 12 5 8 29 Summit 1 04 8 35 Iron Springs. 1 121 8 431 12-Mile Spur . 10 25 i2 54 10 22 12 fO 10 17 12 40 12 " P. M 9 51 li 0 1 28 8 55; Ratnsgate 1 53; 9 14' Skull Valley 2 35' 9 34' Kirkland 3 05 9 54 Grand View 3 22 10 09 Hillside 3 4710 29 Date Creek 4 10 10 41: Piedmont 35 11 02;.. Congres Junction.. 5 00 ! 5 15,11 16: Harqu...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 15 February 1905

I Arizona Journal-Miner Olden Paper In Ariiona. Established WA. Published By JOURNAL-MINER PUBLISHING CO. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS - Official Paper City of Prescott. Entered at the poetoffiee at Preecott as second-class mail matter. Published every day except, Mondays. THE EASTERN OFFICES ot urn paper are at 23 Temple Court, New York City, and U. f. BxpreM Building;, Washington Street. Chi cago. E. KATZ Advertising; Af maej In charge, m here tne paper it kept on file. TERnS: Daily per year ST.CO " " month 75 Weekly per year 2.50 " Six months 1.60 Three mouths 1.00 T'HB JOURNAL-MINER will De eonunued un 1 til ordered stopped. Bills are sent out ocularly, and subscribers are requested to pay the same as promptly as possible. Subscribers WHO desire ine paper stopped at any time are rgantly requested to send notice to this office ead pay up the amount due. UNlON(jtjLABEL DEVELOP BY LEASING. .The mining camps of Colorado owe their development very largely to the leaser. In Utah and Idaho ...

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