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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 31 January 1906

BED WORTHLESS GHEGK ON JOHN M'COY W. H- Rickey Arrested On Board The Train Prisoner Pretended Be a Wealthy Miner To Tlicrr wiii iilto n little wonder, nut to my excitement, cntiscd tit the depot hfl ning jtiHt before tlic south bound Diamond Jo pulled out by the In ply movements of the city police efficers, ihhI deputy sheriffs, hendcil l,v .Sheriff Lowry, nccompnnlcd liy J, K. .McCoy, in search of n recent arrival from the east, who Im mild to lave had a cheek cashed by the latter gentleman which proved oh investiga Hun to he of no value, and who, in company with his wife, wnH about to h.ive the city for tho southern pnrt of the territory without reimbursing Mc for in the iimount of tho worthless pn lr. The search wnH not a fruitier one for the pnrty wnH found in tho I'ull man, with n llckcC nlrendy purchased nml lux baggago chucked and in the l-U'W rnr when ho wnH promptly phreil under arrest nnd eiicorted to the ruiinty jail, where nt the hour of going to press he wiih being held...

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. — 31 January 1906

Page Six I'RESCOTT, ARIZONA, JAN. 31, 1906. GOLD COI'I'EK TAl'fl BIQ BODY OF .. OUB. (Kniin Wi'tlni'Milfiy ' Daily.) Thn tunitngt-mi'iit or tliu IoIi1-.ojht fonifttmy was agreeably Hurprixi'd n few 1tiys ago when tin- lower tunnel, wliifli is being run on I hi' property, titnl li now in n ilhliiiiH' of J ho feet, opened up ii large body of nri- which gradually widened out until it extended itrrun till whole flll'l' of till! I IIII IK'), showing Millies of y.Mf Mir tun in Kohl, silver, cinl copper. Tin1 tunnel Is being driv mi on thi' i'it!t side nf tin' iniiiint.'iin on tliu Iron I 1 1 k ehiim, and it was figured liy those in charge of operations there tlmt U wnnlil tnp n large chute of ori lit H diMuucc in of nlioiit .'100 fret, hi) Unit this Mtriko was wholly uncxpect 11I, and, it in needless to nilil, created great ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,h i 1 1 h 1 1 1 . Humpies of tin- on- reached this city yesterday, whii'h, it is said, wimpled wull in gold, nilviT ami flipper. Home ol tint pieces 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. — 31 January 1906

' '-1-.' 1 . . ,. 'rfi PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, JAN. 31. 1906. Pxipe Seven - I " . .... , UlCE OFFICIAL IS HONORED FOR SERVICES Presentation To PastE President W M. Poulson New Lodge Of Fraternal Brotherhood Shows Appreciation (From Saturday's Daily.) Aftir the regular business of the uniting w'w concluded by tlio Frater ml brotherhood (now lodge) Inst even nig ;it (Jildfellom h ' hall, Past President W. M. Poiilson wna treated to a nur prise by the presentation to him of a l-:iutif ill pnir of gold cuff buttons. The presentation speech was ltiiidu liv Mm. M. K. Tallin, the newly in tailed president, who in touching wordi referred to tlio grcnt services rendered tb lodge by Urothcr 1'oulHon during hiH It rin 111 tlin ehuir ns well nit to Ilia devotion to tliti order ever since the imlitution of the lodge. ' brother 1'ouImoii, ufter regaining In uiifiposurc, thanked the lodge and the ki w president in feeling wordit and iih Mired nil present of hiH admiration for l In' principles of the Fr...

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. — 31 January 1906

1 Poge Eiglu PREvSCOTT ARIZONA j JAN. 31, 1906. 6:t V. w V': '. v ; 4 , kit: I. i.' t PBEPARIKGTDBLOW W LIME Plant Has a Capacity Of 140 Barrels A Day Its Output Will Prove A Boon to Building Industry "We are now putting the finishing touches on Hid new llmo kiln of thn t Puntennoy Limn company, nnd expect to blow It in by tho 12th of next month," M.ii.I Klllolt, tlio wull known architect and millwright to n Journal-Miner mini yesterday. "This should be good news to the building public of Arizonn," ho con tiiiueil, "owing to the fnct that the new kiln is situated along the railroad which enables the company to (111 nil orders received promptly at all times, nml with lime fresh from the kiln." Ho further said that the new plant linil n capacity of HO barrels of lime per tiny, nml that it wan equipped with the latent nml most Improveil hoists nml tramways, anil every other modern labor Having device that could be economically used. Tim new limekiln is Militated about three quarter of ...

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. — 7 February 1906

'it f. . 1 t 1 1. WEEKLY ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER MTMDro iccnn Trr nnree Pioneer Paper of Arizona. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1906. Forty-Second Year. ONFIDENT OF BEATINGlGOVERNMENT BATTLES THE STATEHOOD MEASURE nIr WflKtlcy tn of I U Will ui "u" fcvy juii, x 11C Infill Come Up Today For .Consideration u vs' VTO., JJ. C, cl. 0 tat Ui-vcriugo expects mni tno - . ii (i i t cai cgm ino coiisificnuion 01 o jtaihu j(1 bill tomorrow. Tho ilatc . , i i - ai linn mil iiimii nirniiii 11 .in n ,t w perms mni no ciiort wni no i!c delay notion on tho measure. Smatir Fornker, of Ohio, lender of n .A I t.... 4 !. p lipriumii-iiii uniiiiniiiiMi ill mu iiiim- otpc to.l o provoko delays, unless r.H mirr that tho hill could ho i (i I rlr ill 'n i Willi., n iiu iirniltni i' r 'i nuirnirii :i rninmcin rniiimonen ir pn'tiir'M ii i'i iirii n vit i in mi. in fnr lm rpfcTrnthirn amendment, allow IT L'rt 'l I AM ' Ull II 1 l 'MIJl III IILU i-t i! J" ' a'-' t t , . . A f II A iv tin' iuiii til il...

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. — 7 February 1906

Pa ye Tu- CHLORIDE DISTRICT COMES TO THt FRONT Big Producers of Early Days Arc Again Being Vorked Remarkable Development Is Now In Progress In Tho Chloride district of Mohave county, which in wi'll known to tint old time residents of Ari.otiu to linvo been, at ono timo, one of thu greatest silver mining rjiriijiM of the Hiiiitliwc.it, nml the richness anil extent of whoso ore deposits excited the wonder nml nil miration of tlio miners of thu curly HO's, in ngnin coming to the front nml MTI dint; fair to rlvnl tiny camp In northern Arizona In it output of thu white metal within tint next few months. Tlio Hinelter charges for tho rl na tion of ores nt thu pliint of tlio Ari zona Smelting company nt Humboldt havo linen quoted nt such reasonable figures anil thu transportation rnteii hnvo lieen so reduced within the pant six weeks Hint tho owners of tho rich mlncn In Hint district seem to linvo been inspired with new confidence, nml al ready work In being resumed or prepa rations nro nm...

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. — 7 February 1906

The Social Mi Dined at the Club. 1 ,ndny evening n crowd of young njoyed n delightful reprint at lUplli clllb. 1 1 about tlio tnblo wero: Mr. nml Mr K. Menny, Misses Kmtnu i 1 r. Theresa Fredericks, Helen Ad- olive Fisher, Qussio Hnihle, Mi fi rtluir Kachati, Dr. K. W. Gra- I ,, twin Leigh nnd Itobcrt Porter. .. 1-..H Oyster cocktnils. Crenm soup. Kclishcs. Hwectbrond patties. Kgg salad. Turkoy. Potatoes. Cauliflower. ,( n ;uii, assorted cakes, coffee, cheese. A Charming Function. i w:m a brilliant assemblage that ga 1 - . 1 , .. Wli.u.1n ncnnlliff ni 11m linmn II' I ' " r f t t nml MrH. A. W. Kilwnriln In linn. . . C ilmir hiiphI Mm ITnrt. ii .'i " p, - There wero hovcii tables of "flOO," irrupted, tliu prizes being n handsome V iliri r.'lieu pinio which mil iu iurn. iiitPKU mr Lull iiiiihi. iiiiiniii'r m I . I . A. . 1 slams," a silver knifo nnd n hand ,.m nk ii r curds worn tho crentln. 1.. l.....liSnii n n ii wnn wnn lit fnl. ( Walditt nnd Mnj. P. Foster. A i .mtn uny Witt f 4 t...

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. — 7 February 1906

Prie Four PRHSCOTT, ARIZONA, FEB. 7, 1906. - - : Ike Ari zona lourna l-M iner OUot Vift in Atlxoiu. &Ub!Uhd;M4rch 9, 184. I'UULISIir.t) IIV: Ik, JOURNAL-MINER PUI3L1 SIIINGCOMPANY M KM HER ASSOCIATED PRESS PUBLISHED EVERY MOKNINU EXCEPT MONDAY J. W. MILNES, Editor an-1 Manager. The JOUKNA L-M INER will be continued until ordered stopped. Bills are sent out regularly, and subscribers arc requested to pay the anie promptly. Subscribers who desire the paper stopped at any lime are urgently requested to send notice to this office ami pay up Htr amount due. Malar' at the I'oit Office, Prescott, Ari TERMS: Daily, per year $9.00 .. month 75 Weekly, per year 2.50 . Six months 1.50 Three months 1.00 Payable in Advance. Editorial WRONO EDUCATION. Thn educational Interest of the country have boon responsible for tin lntrii(liiatiori of t ho prurtirnl in school life. Tho maturing in I ml I mi r.pt i In nil influence brought to hour upon it. Homo of the.; rrinnln through llf'. A wrong idea, ...

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. — 7 February 1906

l-khbCOTl, AKIZON. 'FEB 7; -. 0 Page Fjyc II IN OPFWFD B THE GOLD LODE New Ten-Stamp Mill Is Pounding Away On Ore STODDARD GLOBES DEAL FOE ins MINES. (Frotii Tuesday's Dally.) A Inrge consignment of machinery of 'various kinds, consisting of boilers, compressors, un.l nir drill, is now on tlie way from Dunvcr to tho Standard Copper properties. A recent issue (.f tho Dlnghampton (N'.Y.) Evening llcrnld, describing nlate visit of Isaac T. Stod dard, says: "Hon. Isaac T.' Stoddard, of Phoenix, located nbout 12 miles from Wooden- Am., formerly of this citv. nnd nn-1 Inu in the samp direction. t i ': Mineral Being Sicked For Shipment To Smelter Tim properties of the I.llierty Oold Mining company in tho vicinity of tlio Cnrrlgnn strike wero turning out well, ns worn also tlio claims owned nnd op ernted liy this company nt Cottonwood Springs, nliout .lght 111 lien north of Wendcndnle. Tho Torre ennip, nliout seven miles northeast of Wendoudale, is working n force of men and getting out shi...

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. — 7 February 1906

Pago Six PRKSCOTT, ARIZONA, FEB. 7, 1906. REPUDIATES 1US FESHION. CON- (From Thursday' Daily.) Krntik Itell, whose rerer.t sensational ennfosstmi in 1 in- shoriir's office here of Ihi- murder of Colonel Chaves in New Mexico on tin- nighl of November 20, llmt, titudu tlic stutomcnt yester tiny lo the officer Hint In1 tint the murderer of Colonel Chuvos mid iliil not know who tin1 nssnssins were, Hi; iliil tint ili'iiy milking the state incut to tin. officers tlint lm was the murderer of Chaves, but Hiiiil Hint ho wn ilrunk whi'ii lie gave himself up mid made tin confession. Apparently In 11 rational way In- gave the name of tin) place where In- wni employed before, lit tin- limn ntnl ufler Hie miir dor, fiml, going into lctaili, tolil the tinmen of the foreman ntnl superintend, 'tit of tlio ipiarry where ho worki'd. Those men an' v11 known in .Vow Mexico, ami Moll will ho hold here In niHloily until they am consulted ami tlm fact of his whereabouts established or liii statements roii...

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. — 7 February 1906

PRESCOT'l, ARIZONA, FEB. 7. 1906. Page Sevca MONICA GROUP SOLD TO RICH SYNDICATE r. . t: t . 1 tlt pastern apiviiov vv 111 xnstai iieavier Mach mery and Rusk Development Work Deal Promoted By H. Win. Stevens and C. C. Fennell. HAPPENINBS THE COPPER HIT A Pleasant Afternoon. A very pleasant afternoon was spent Thursday nt the parlors of the ladies auxiliary of the Congregational church, the occasion being the first monthly meeting. There was n good nttopdnnce, unil after the transaction of business a guessing contest was the next in order. This comprised the pictures of promin ent men and women of the day, whose pictures were cut from the magazines, the number being 49. The first prize J12IIOMK, Feb. 1 The tubing which wns won by Mrs. Harry Hrown, who was ordered from the cust for the I had the largest number correct. The Hnrrykouseu mine will arrive today. r"l I''' wns drawn for by Mrs. on ntvs in itf (From Sunday's Dally.) lit tho Capital. George Wood, tho well known mining man, is...

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. — 7 February 1906

PRESCOTT ARIZONA, FEB. 7. 96- Ef SOBS LET' JEROME'S ANTI OAMINO LAW TO BE TESTED LAWS OF LOCATIONS CONTWS FOR FOR THE VERDE VftLLEY AND ASSESSMENTS I information Regarding The Federal And Territorial Statutes Which Should Be Read By Every Mining Pro spector. J. B. H oovcr Arrested Yesterday For Running a Crap Game, And His Bank Roll Confiscated, Will Fight Ord 1 nance By Habeas Corpus Proceedings. Perkins' Dummy Bid Not Surveys Are Being Made Regarded With From Flagstaff Favor South P3gc Eight 00 HEftOING '0- :. -)tV 1, '-. I,- ' .1 . V , i : .'.V, Si "lv' V . S i. '1 The aeverett -?nt tp which the fa-KMra..atpti.-gamhlinr ordinance recently gmd by the council of Jerome, and willed the authority of the copper ity krnre ao rigidly enforced during the past few weeks, has yet been subjected to, will come tomorrow morning iit 10 'clock in tho district court on n writ of hnbone corpus, wliioh commands tlio alty umrdint of that town to produce Jcromo II. Hoover In court, nnd show ennso fo...

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. — 14 February 1906

i vji n f I." I ... -"5'' I" i EEKLY ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. pioneer Paper of Arizona. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1906. Forty-Second Year, ILLMAN DONT LIKE BIRTHDAY OF LINCOLN PREPARING DEMANDS THE PRESIDENT'S ADVISERS herefore He Has Little Faith In Business The Administration's Railroad Measure IvASIIIN'UTON, Feb. 12 Tho Hon- f to-lay niloplec! tlio joint resolution Lifted liv Tillman from the scnto Lmittcc on interstate commerce, l.fh directs the iutcrntato commerce Uii"" investigate the charge Iducrimiimtion nnd comlilnntlon in ki nt of trade made ngnlnst the Ifua-k he adoption of the resolution was k Vil l.v n speech by Tllhnnn in Icb lie practically chnrged thnt the ;imtrntion is not proceeding in 1 faith to secure railroad rate legis in lic-niito he in not satisfied with President's ml visors. kmint! these he Mentioned Sucre- Knot mill Senator Knox, the for mer of whom ho wild was the ndvfser of the "magnates responsible for the devilmen...

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. — 14 February 1906

Page Two PKESCOTT, ARIZONA, FEB. to. 1906. 4 . . , r 1 'MO PLANT OOMINO TO WOHK PLACER GROUND. Lynx creek, whoso production of pla cer gold by tin1 rrinlc sluice box pro rrtm i tn- its discovery in tho early (iO'n is mini to lie counted in tin; mil lion, til)) richness of whoso llllll vial deposits are well known will soon eipcrloiico such a revival in placer min ing a wn never before known in ItH liiHlory. II wnt leiirneil from reliable infor mation which reached thiH rity yestor lay that the machinery, Inmlier anil material for the construction of a 200 ton plant was shipped a few days ago from Cleveland, Ohio, to lie erecleil on the ground owneil liy the Lynx Creek Gold company, anil that work on it woulil be commericeil an noon an the material reached here. The, plant, which Ih of a type never hrnn in thin section, in of the grizzly order, fitteil with screens ealcnlateil to got rid of aliont HO per cent of the onnrsor material, leaving aliont 10 jut cent to Im treated liy a met...

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. — 14 February 1906

HRKbCOl I AKiAJArt, FEB. FOR ELECTION OF AR JUDGES T I Senate By Mr, Spooncr In . . i M I A I - if i r ii i i ir i iv n i.'m i v Be Chosen By People To Vuni Saturday's Dally.) un g i a copy of t he liill i ,ii the senate by Senator Wisconsin for thu election 1 1. I clerks of tlit; territorial up 1U, 1UUO P- TJ, "ft- ivr 1 '.'' . t t,rH of Arizomi. It proposes h f tin1 serviced of tlio j)rnHunt ,.s I. mtiirial judges on .fun. 1, ' . 1 1 they shall continue to supremo ami United Kin let The additional annual ex- .u tlub I it prS ill-' tf tltlu nvrtimiA. rr "if m iiiioi t ni nun nit ttllliVJ- ,rt wml. I lie !M). A similar hill . - ... tint liiinun lint'tmr ltfuiii (ntiiii. U li III "II' MWlinvi ait l" l-ll JJIIIW , r Iv Mr. Smith "by request." !!.' i in n teil liy tho senate ami '.i' of representatives of the Uniteil ... ' if iiiriiiii 1 tl iinilitPnUU ti u a. 1 11 .1 it .1 I,' ii' un' nrsi general election uci.l 1 rritory of Arizona after the . i . i ih.'i' ! hum iici, mm every iour y...

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. — 14 February 1906

t7 Page Four PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, K EB! 14, 1906. The Arizona Journ al-M iner Oldt Paper in Arizona. EitablUtxdJMirch puni.isimr) nv: fM JOURNAL-MINER PUBLlSHINGCOMPANY MHMBKR ASSOCIATED PRESS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY J. W. MILNES, Editor arvl Manager. A I If l The JOURNAL-MINER will be continued until ordered stopped. Bill are sent out regularly, and subscribers arc requested to pay the ame promptly. Subscribers who desire the paper stopped at any time are urgently requested to send notice to this office and pay up Ihr amount due. tared at tht Pont Office, Preacott, Arizona, aa mail matter of the second class. TERMS: Daily, per year $9.00 month 75 Weekly, per year 2.50 . Six months 1.50 Three months 1.00 Payable in Advance. Editorial Comment SHOCKING BREACH OF ETHICS. Iaymcn, ns well ns the professional brethren, 11 n greatly interested in the rnsn of the Pasadena brunch of tin1 l.os Angeles Medical Society versus n local pliyHiriiin, wlio ha had thi ill fortune to colle...

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. — 14 February 1906

If " T 1 t rKlibCOTT, ARIZONA, FEB, 14, 191.6. - 1 ' , t ; Page Five -T ,. 1 " r; tlTTLBFIBLD BILL TO STOP ALL GAMBLING. i,..if ,,. Llttleflelri Mil to prevent .,,,1!, hi the territories lias come I nnrt " n probable law for the very ' '' ' ,1 I I I...1 I.... I ,(,,'1'. COnSllllTUIIII' HJ-IIIUH1I1 HUM ., nonn iii nn elTort to get the . ,.t the bill postponed for u , mr ,,i ;. ,it In tlii' vent uf its passage, j, i .1 on first class nutliorlty tlmt ,,1rir, m tint confined to tlio gnmb fr, m-ilvrn, or to tlio interests til l,, ) gambling, tint backed to ,, . t nt 1y tin- men who Imvo tlio , ,lff ,,f tin- school finances of tlit tor ftnn ,.r tho counties nnil cities on tkrir 1i.mil!". H is pointed" oul thnt ,lt nun f.Iiiitr enforcement of thi law P ti , i wnt it becomes n low, Would -,-, inly seriously cripple tlm schools n . the revenue derived from tlio can 1 litir tax would sn immediately ,1, t r A postponement for n short T, . .LI enable n readjustment to be ,f. ., i .mil this, it ...

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. — 14 February 1906

fage Six PK1SSCUTT, ARIZONA, FEB. 10, nril 1 f M I I R nfllRIIHin titi ilL Hi ivinMiG IN ill COUNTY Immensely Rich Ore Is Shipped From The Keystone Work To Be Resumed In The Noted Pay Roll Property (From the Kingman Miner.) loo Prisk mill IM Kridcr havo a lease on tliu Perth mine, nt Chloride, uml lire netting hiiiuo good leml ores. (loorgo W. Jonas eaino ui from tlx: Muuutowoc mines a few days ago. Me report having let u contract on tliu mines anil Unit the properties are op riling up hmidsomcly. Drifts are bring run on the "00 level or the old Manly mine, of the Miller group, (looil ore was fonnil on thin level ami the property is Inokini bet ter with every Coot ol' ilevelopinent. A number of men are at work for tlio firrmuu-Atucricuu Mining eompnny grading out fur a holster on one of tho properties. It is e.xpeeteil that the company will soin Hlart up work on all the iiiincH. A carload of immensely rich ore is Ileitis hauleil from the Keystone mine, Mineral Park, to the railroad,...

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. — 14 February 1906

r PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FEB. 10. 1906. Page Seven A RICH ORE IN IKY METALS MHE Double Compartment Shaft Soon To Be Sunk Ground To Be Developed On A Large Scale ,1 ,.rt, . ifV 0110 in the ANCIENT HISTORY IN REGARD TO, GREAT ACTIVITY IN NEW COPPER ARIONA. COUNTRY. From Saturday Daily,) have opencil up our ledgu on urtii'C, in Homo plnccs to a depth feet, in eight different places, of which wu imvo wiiti iuy values reaching from $18 to jl i Haiti W. II. Hcitormun, secre lor iii'l general malinger of the Money Metals Mining company, to n Journal-Mm'"- man lust evening, nfter arriving l.cn irom hiH mining camp lSlaik 1 1 1 11m section. our new lioarding houso and other litulilings are all nliout finished," he ront.iued, "and wo nro going, from now n. we will eonflnu our efforts to Ik' milking of our new double compart mil' sluilt, which Ih now down to a ilf.'ii f forty feet, tdiowing n vein of i,ri w feet and seven inches in thick !.i which wimples from 1S to $20 d tin ton on the nverngo in...

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. — 14 February 1906

Page feiglu PRHSCOTT ARIZONA. FKB. 14, 1906. 1 1 i 4 ..4H ! , cTk& Social Mirror CTlDDUTn 1 CCD IV lT 11 ,V for, fdngln statehood or none at all, and then proved false by voting for tin passage of tho Hamilton Mil. A HUMBOLDT SALOON rjiiarmiiijt Function. WcilrK-nliiv niooii Mrs. (cci Fcjini'H wax IioI-mm ;it one of ti most rrrWrehe of the season's events, when lie ntrrtniiied lit tho Vnv.itml elul JiMirly thirty of her women friends At ) o'clock tin- guests Hilt flown to ft 'Might ful luncheon, which wiih of own courses, flnlntilv served ami OQiiiprising: Orfltfr cocktails. ' Houlllon. Almonds, celery, oliveii Lobster 11 In NYuberg. ' Winslip Miiliul. (Yenned chicken. ' l'rcnrh pens, potatoes. Jeo cream, with cherries enke, colfou, fi IK I chocolate. I'inic (iinl red carnations filled tho till crystal vases which formed n ecu tnrplcce, ihcir t h itttt beauty Ih'Iiijj partly s hiiilcil hy strands of smilax and i dimity veil of asparagus fern. After lunch the company adjourned to...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
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