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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 15 February 1905

Refutation of a Vile Slander. Del Rio, Feb. 12 (Editor Journal Miner) Will you kindly publish the following in answer in part to the edi torial appearing in the Herald cf February 9tb, beaded, "Time to Ap point" Iq the article referred to it speaks of the various ,ay offs under full pay of the city engineers under Mr. Glass. Being one of the engineers and hav ing been in the employ of the city for the last twenty months I consider my self better qualiGed to state the (nets in this matter than the Herald msn Up to December 10, 1304 there has never been a lay-off under full pay of any engineer in the employ cf tt. eity under !r. Glass, excepting li r from one to t vo days for the purpose of allowing tit? ecgineerto go to Pits cott to draw his salary, a custom es tablished wt.m this pumping station was built, 6ii 1 which lay-off happens perhaps on au average of once in sixty days. On December 10, 130J, Mr. Glass gave one of us ten days lay-off under pay after a continuous service of ei...

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. — 15 February 1905

$500.00 Reward. Office of the sheriff of Yavapai county. 5500 REWARD will lie piJ by the sheriff of Yavapai county for the ar rest and conviction of the parties who robbed the tieas-urer of Yavapai county on the evening of November 8th, Hi04. The best description t liat can be ob tained is as follows: O e man about six feet in height, dark ryes and hair, steel grey clothes; Or.i- man about live feet six inches in height, dark clothes, black hat, red hair on back cf iiands, shoit stubby fingers. Joseph 1. Roberts, Sheriff of Yavapai county, A. T. Desirable Opportunity On the loth of this month I will be gin the preparation of a special edition of the Resources of Yavapai county for free distribution at the Lewis Clark Centennial exhibition, which will be held at Portland, Oregon, for six months following May 1st next. In importance this will be the great est world exposition during the year 1905, and will perhaps, so far as our interests are concerned, be the only fair of internation...

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. — 15 February 1905

LOCAL BRIEFS. From Sunday's Uairy. Mrs. J. A. Carletou 1 ft for Jerome yesterday for a visit. A. E. Gillard left ye.-'.erday for a brief visit to Phoenix. Paul Bukes, the railro.. I attorney came ap yesterday from Phoenix. Leroy Anderson came up from Fboe- nix yesteruay iui ni&n nu ua Dr. G. W. Vickers came up from Phoenix yesterday on his periodical visit. W. B. Shanks returned yesterday from a visit of two or three months in Morcnci. Mme. Kamsi, celebrated Clairvoy- ant, located at 133 S. Cortez, positive- to take up bjs resi(lence gome piaL.e ly guarantees all readings. See her. j eIse, faaviafc resigned his position as Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Goddard ; assistant cashiei of the Prescott Na came np yesterday from Wicker.burg, j tioual bank. While no definite loca where the former is engaged in miu- ; tion bad been selected by him he bad ing. i under cousideiation the starting cf a Trevor Moden was the :-tr perform- I bank near Reno, Nevada, in a new er at the school entertainm...

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. — 15 February 1905

T i STATEHOOD THIS SESSION EXCEPT AS PROVIDED Bf ASSURED TO AMERICA IF PLANS! THREATENING New Outbreak Feared In Russia. Exhibit by the Public Schools. Prepared by Commission, and Which Has Enthusiastic Endorsement of Ameri can Civic Association, Are All Carried Out. After Three Hours Debate, Keyed to High Pitch All the Time, Republicans Decide to Stand By the Caucus Decision. jThe Workmen in Torpedo Factories ! Join Strikers Energetic Meas- ures by Troops Prevent Trouble. Specimens of Work in the Various Grades, and Specimens of Manual Training and Sewing Work Shown FINEST OF WORLD'S CAPITALS HI INSTRUCT VE HOUSE WASHINGT )X, Feb. 9. The bill ( dUcasse1 in o::igress recently forlim- iting the heixat of buildings ordering a p,an wbi,,h return9 to Washington's on the semi-circular plaza of the new ; first idea, aBd when carried out, will Union station at Washington Dot only ' make the capital one of the most beau assures a harmonious and monumental itif"l cities iu the world. ....., ...

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. — 22 February 1905

WE EKLY A NA JOURNALMINER Pioneer Paper of Arizona. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 22, 1905. Forty-First Year RSZO OPENING OF ELKS' NIGHT BRILLIANT Brief History of Prescott Lodge, With Principles of Order Tersely Stated Review of Inception and Con struction of Building. Y-Mterday, February 20th was a gala day for Prescott Elks, and marked an epoch in their history. The particu lar event which occurred and which will mark an important date in their history was the opening of their mag nificent new theater building, by the Florence Roberts' company. The Elks' building of which a por tion id devoted to the theatre has a frontage on Gurley street of one hun dred feet and extends back 127 'a feet towards Union street. The building is three stories high in front and in j the rear beneath the theatre part it has a basement used for dressing j rooms and for the beating plant for j the building. Facing on Gurley street are four j stores, two on each side of a wide ves- j tibule whic...

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. — 22 February 1905

LOCAL BRIEFS. From Thursday's Daily. A heavy fog prevailed last night. J. F. Hemenway came in yesterday from Val Verde. The county hospital contains thirty six patients at present. C. F. Adams and son left yesterday for Los Angeles. J. L. Murray came in from Blanoh- ard yesterday. There are only seven prisoners in the county jail at present. Edgar W. Stephens is in town from his Williamson valley ranch. C. W. Herndon has moved his law office into the Bashford block. There has been an oyster famine in Presoott for the past two days. Wm. Thomas took charge of the county hospital again yesterday. Lester Jackson returned yesterday from a trip into Pima county on min ing business. Wallaoe Willard left last evening for Yuma, where he expects to remain for a few months. Attorney T. J. Norton, of the San ta Fe company returned yesterday from a professional visit to Phoenix. W. F. Buckingham, representative of Douglas Lacey & Co., returned to Presoott yesterday after a brief trip in the ...

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. — 22 February 1905

CANTA FE, PRESCOTT & PIICENIX RAILWAY CO TIME TABLE NO. 48. THROUGH TinE TABLE. SOUTH BOUND I NORTH BOL'Nb 2nd I First First) 2d class class claasclasr No.l STATIONS. No. 2 No.4 daily daily , dailyidaily 1. M. P. M. 6 30i 5 35 Lt. 6 00 5 53:... 6 071... 6 17 IP. M.jP, ...Ash Fork....Ar! 1 05i 6 IS ....Meath !12 46! 6 53 .Rock Butte ;12 331 5 lt .Cedar Glade !l2 2oU 4' JP. If. .Valley ;12 02 6 34 6 44 DelKio. ..Jerome Junction. Granite .P. & E. Junction.. Preecott 7 00 7 16 7 30 7 451 7 65 8 25 8 29 8 35 8 43 8 55 9 14 9 34 9 54: 6 23 6 46 7 lOi 7 40 8 00 8 25 9 25i 9 50 10 15 10 40 11 55 P. M. 12 54 12 58i 1 04 1 12 I 1 28 1 53 2 10 2 35 3 05! 3 22 10 09; . 3 47 10 29j Date Greek. 4 10 10 41 35 11 02 5 001 6 15 11 16, 6 46'U 38 I. M. 6 16 12 06 Hot Springs Junction U 54 11 3!)! ,1 4 4 00 3 35 3 07 2 f.0 11 24 !11 12 2 10 68 2 10 48! 1 24 , Alto ... .Summit .Iron Springs.. .12-Mile Spur .. ...Ramsgate.... .Skull Valley... ...Kirkland.... .Grand View... ..Hillside .Piedmont .C...

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. — 22 February 1905

A Trf ti'a1 TV7rTo ! nnZOIia JOUrnai-lVlincr OidMt Paper in Arizona. Established 1864. Published By JOURNAL-MINER PUBLISHING CO. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS- Official Paper Citj of Prescott. Entered at the postoffice at Prescott as second-class mail matter. Published every day eicept "Mondays. THE EASTtKN OFKICKS or tbti Tarer are at ork Citv. and U. . 1 24 Temple Court. New York City, and U k. Expreu Building, WMhlngton Street, cbl- j eago. E. KATZ Advertlinl Agency In charge, I here the pap-.T is kept on tile. ! j i q 99 TERriS: Daily per year " month Weekly per year Six months ' Three mouths 1 5 1 2.50 1.00 T"3TEW2St ! .ulariy, and ub?r.rr are requited u pay , tb-c nnie promi'ily R5 possible. t'Ubtcrib' do desire tne pHper topd at any :izne are ryently requested to und notice to this otticc d pay up the amount due. ELKS' EDITION. j passel a law providing for rangers For the first time in tbe history of j there, though they call them mounted Prescott, and for the last time proba- I po...

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. — 22 February 1905

$500.00 Reward. Office of the sheriff of Yavapai county. 8500 REWARD will he paid by the sheriff of Yavapai county for the ar rest and conviction of the parties who robbed the treasurer of Yavapai county on the evening of November 8th, 1904. The best description i hat can be ob tained is as follows: U..e man about six feet in height, dark eyes and hair, steel grey clothes; One man about five feet six inches in height, dark clothes, black hat, red hair on back of Jiands, short stubby fingers. Joseph I. Roberts, Sheriff of Yavapai county, A. T. Desirable Opportunity On the 15th of this month I will be gin the preparation of a special edition ol the Resources of Y"avapai county (or free distribution at the Lewis Clark Centennial exhibition, which will be held at Portland, Oregon, for six months following May 1st next. In importance this will be the great est world exposition during the year 1905, and will perhaps, so far as oar interests are concerned, be the only (air of international...

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. — 22 February 1905

Telegraphic Briefs WASHINGTON. Feb. 16. The nav al appropriatiou bill today further oc cupied the attention of the houe for a major portion of the session, but the debate was without particular in cident and no material amendment was adopted. The cousideration was incomplete when an adjournment was taken. Eefore taking r.p the naval bill the house entered an emphatic protest against the action of the st ri ate in amending the argieultnral im propriation bill so as to eliminate t!' drawback feature of the Dingley 'ii i:: act affecting wheat. Both Payne. : New York, tli majority leader, a:..: Williams, of .Mississippi, the miuori!; leader, urg l hat the bill be eoi.. back to the .- uite. The Maun 1 11. providing i.- i government for ILe cmal zone, i .-sed without further discussion. '! i.r bill gives all the right of the i: verument of the canal zone to the president until the enJo: the next cougre-, but j rovides that the government shall be so exercised as to protect the inhabitants...

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. — 22 February 1905

LOCAL BRIEFS. From Tuesday's Daily. James K. Eybon ca:..3 in from Mc Cabe yesterday. John Duke went to Phoenix cn Sunday night. George Flamnier was ii- town yester day from McCabe. Tom Shultz returned cn Sunday from his visit to Phoenix. P. L. Wright returned yesterday from his visit to Phoeijix. E. M. Beidler has gone east on bus iness connected with the Great Peck mine. S. K. Jones, Western L'nion tele graph operator returned yesteiday from his visit to Phenix. The St. Louis Globe Democrat, a few days since contained a hue large cut of Judge J. 11. Kibbey. A lot of extra large ore cars have ar rived at the depot for the George A. Treadwell Mining company. Kev. ilimrod is in town, on business connected with a Chautauqua assem bly, which it is proposed to organize for Phoenix. Mrs. Marie Marcy, of San Francis co, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Clark in Prescott left yes terday for her home. John Derr went over to Jerome on Sunday on a business trip ana monct I will go to K...

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. — 22 February 1905

THE MERITS OF THE PROPOSED New Court Are Briefly Discussed. Representative Anderson Desires to Hear From Citizens and Tax payers on the Subject Before Voting on It. Phoenix, Feb. 15. Editor Journal Miner: Thei seems to be quite a difference of opinion as to the merits of the proposed superior court bill now before the twenty third legisla tive assembly, and I write this open letter for the purpose of securing the opinions of the taxpayers of Yavapai rounty. I shall be called upon at an early date to vote for or against this measure, therefore I desire everyone who sees this letter to write me con cerning the same, with an expression of their opinion. I do not care to lis ten to those who are personally inter ested under the present conditions, or to those who exptct to be if the pro posed bill becomes a law. I desire, if possible, to represent the ideas of a majority of the taxpayers and citizens of my county and especially of the city of Prescott. The law, as proposed will consoli ...

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. — 1 March 1905

WEEKLY ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER Pioneer Paper of Arizona. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY. MARCH I, 1905 Forty-First Year AN INVESTMENT IS GUARANTEED Absolutely From Loss By Investor. The Climax Mining Company Which Posseses An Excellent Property Offers Most Attractive Induce ment to Intending Investors in Mines. The Climax .Mining company is making a very flattering offer to pros pective investors in ruining stock. It bas arranged with a guarantee com pany to insure or guarantee its stock so that the purchaser is not onlyabso lately guaranteed against the loss of bis investment, but is also guaranteed interest on it with the additional ad vantage of being in a position to real ize large profits in case of an advance in the price of his holdings of stock, The company guaranteeing it bas as sets amounting to 811,000,000 so that it makes it absolutely safe to the in vestor. r.very fifty shares, or more of the stock carries with it a gold bond of the Granite Securities com pany, payable in t...

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 March 1905

i K LOCAL BRIEFS. From Thursday's Daily. Fiank Kevin went over to Jeromo yesterday. C. C. Stukey was in town yesterday from Walker. T. E. Campbell came ap on yester day's train from Phoenix. George S. Porter came in on last night's train from Los Angeles. Ed Shievely, of Ash Fork, left for home yesterday, after a short visit in Prescott. Dr. F. W. Sawyer returned yester day from a visit to Castle creek hot springs to visit a patient. Air. and Airs. F. L. Wright left on yesterday's train for a week's visit in Los Angeles, where the former goes on business. The Yavapai club gave a very pleas ant dance to its members last night. In spite ot inclement weather there was a good attendance. Slight showers of rain occurred again yesterday while towards evening it settled down to a steady fall and continued for several hours with in dications of keeping it up all night The funeral of the late Peter Bow man will probably take i place today from the parlors of H. M. Mans & Co., although at...

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 March 1905

CANTA FE, PRESrOTT 3 & PHffiNIX RAILWAY CO. TIME TABLE NO. 4S. THROUGH TinE TABLE. SOUTH BOUND I I NORTH BOUND 2nd ) class I N9.3 daily! First data No.l daily STATIONS. Firatj class No. 2 daily 2d No.4 dail) A. U 5 30 6 00 C 23 C 4G 7 10 7 40 8 00 8 25 9 25 9 50 10 15 10 40 11 55 p. u, 12 54 12 58 1 01 1 12 1 28 1 53 2 10 2 35 3 05 3 22 3 4 P. M 5 35 5 53 6 07 6 17 6 34 G 44 7 00 7 16 7 30 7 45' 7 55j 8 25 8 29! 8 35' 8 43 8 55 9 14 9 34 9 54 10 09 10 29! Lv. .Ash Fork....Ar ....Mcath Rock Butte.... Cedar Glade... ..Valley. .Del Rio. 4 10,10 41 4 35 5 00 5 15 5 46 6 16 6 33 7 03 11 02, 11 16 U 38 A. U. 12 06 12 21 12 40 30 12 57 7 40 1 03 7 54 08! p. u 8 30J 1 1: 1 21 l. M 1 40! 11 39' ..Jerome Junction. Granite 11 24 .P. t E. Junction... !H 12 Prescott Alto ...Summit.... .Iron Springs. .12-Mile Spur . Ramsgate...... Skull Valley Kirkland Grand View...., Hillside DateOreek , Piedmont , .Congress Junction., Harqua Eala..., Wickenburg..... Hot Springs Junction! Jada ....Beardeley....

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 March 1905

Arizona Journal-Miner 01det Paper in Arizona. Established ISM. Published By JOURNAL-MINER PUBLISHING CO. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. Official Paper Citj of Prescott. Entered at the postoffice at Prescott as second-class mail matter. Published every day eicept.Mondays. THE EASTERN OFFICES ot tnu paper are at 23 Temple Court, New York City, and U. ft. Expres Buildinc, Washington Street, Cbl tmgo. E. KATZ Advertising Agency In charge, where the paper is kept on file. TERHS: Daily per year $9.00 ' month 75 Weekly per year 2.50 " Six months 1.50 ' Three months 1.00 THE JOURNAL-MINER win De continued un til ordered stopped. Bills are sent oat fgnlarly, and subscribers are requested to pay the Fane as promptly as possible. Subscribers who desire the paper stopped at any time are vrgently requested to send notice to this office and pay up the amount due. WOMAN ON RACE SUICIDE. MANUAL TRAINING BILL PASSES Oar representative, ' Leroy Ander son, telegraphed Supt. Billinghurst last evening that 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. — 1 March 1905

Telegraphic Briefs WASHINGTON, Feb. 23. The in terstate commerce commission, in an opinion by Commissioner Clements today rendered its decision in the California orange cases brought by the southern California fruit exchange and Consolidated Forwarding com pany, against the Southern Panific and Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe railways, in which it holds that the defendant carriers are unlawfully en gaged in pooling traffic in citrus fruit originating in southern California an-i carried by them and their connections to eastern markets; that defendants by compelling thn shippers to pay for ic ing charges ! established by the cmi lines, have ns ;e such charges a parr, of the coast li visportation and subject to regulatioi' under the law and that the rates on f-inges, in carload lots from southern California to joints on and east of tb Missouri river are un reasonable and unjust. The rate on lemons is held to be a reasonable price and the refrigerating price is held as not unreasonable. 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. — 1 March 1905

$500.00 Reward. Omco of the sberilT of Yavapai county. $500 REWARD will be paid by tho sheriff of Yavapai county for the ar rest and conviction of the parties who robbed the tieasurer of Yavapai county' on the evening of November 8tb, lS?Oi. The best description tliat can be ob tained is as follows: O. e man about six feet in height, dark tyes and hair. steel crey clothes: Oik man about live feet six inches in height, dark clothes, black hat, red hair on back of hands, snort stubby linger?. , , "tr; Joseph I. Roberts, Sheriff of Yavapai county, A. T. Railroad Excursions. ""Piwacott to Granite Dells and return 3amorif, 25c. 2xllxtf ' Prescctt?ir, Iron Springs and return . limit two days, 50 cents. Uxllxtf "Phoenix and return on sale Satur days, 59. llxSHxtf Los Angeles and return Tuesdayf and Saturdays of each week 29.20 re tun; limit 30 days. 9-30-tf 'Grand Canyon nxcursionses Date of sale every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday; 'return limit 6ixty days; rate, JliytfX Cow Boy tournamen...

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 March 1905

PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TALKS TO STUDENTS OF UNIVERSITY Philadelphia on Washington's BirthdayAd dress Breathes Pure and Lofty Thoughts of Patriotism and True Americanism. By Associated Press. PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 22,-Presi dent Roosevelt delivered an address today to the students of the university of Pennsylvania. The degree of Doc tor of Laws whs afterwards conferred on tne president by the faculty of the university. The president's address to the students follows: As a nation we have had our full share of great men, but the two men of preeminent greatness who, as tho centuries go on, will surely loom above all others are Washington and Lincoln; and it is peculiarly fitting that their birthdays should be cele brated every year and the meaning of their lives brought home close to us. No other city in the country is so closely identified with Washington's career as Philadelphia. He served here in 1775 in the Continental con gress. He was here as commander of the army at the time of the bat...

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 March 1905

LOCAL BRIEFS. From Sunday's Daily Wait, for tbe twins cf Bistritr. Ben DuuKle returLtd last night from Los Angeles. Mrs. J. P. Daecs went to Phoenix last night. Ex Gov. Lewis Wolfley left last night for Phoenix. A. J. Doran returned yesterday from a visit to Phoenix. George Robpeter was in town yester day from the Agua Fria section. The "Soldier of Fortune" has en gaged the Elks' theatre for March 7th, The S. F. P. fc P. is building an ad dition to its freight shed at the depot, Neil M. McDonald, representing Fairbauks Morse & Co., uf Chicago, was in town yesterday. J. P. Bauder was yesterday appoint ed administrator of the estate of the late George Burnell. Paying Teller Doyle, of the Bank of Arizona, returned yesterday from a business trip to California. Maj. Foster, Lieut. Gray and II. D. Aitken left yesterday on a few days' bunting trip to Williamson valley. Robert, Nick and Ben Perkins went to Phoenix last evening for a visit with their father, Hon. M. A.Peikins. E. S. Gosn...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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