Local historian Glenda Farley guides us on a journey back in time to discover fascinating moments that make up our Verde Valley history.
W. A. Clark shortened the working day for some employees and plans to hire more men for both shifts. The capacity of the refinery would soon be doubled.
It is reported, with other gossip, that the soiled doves are rampant against the fire ordinance and that they have threatened to burn down that part of Jerome that escaped the flames.
A bullet had already penetrated the left shoulder of Night Officer J. W. Hudgens before he began shooting at Dave Schriber.
The United Verde mine and smelter are hiring more employees and warmer weather is prevailing.
The government reports from 1874 and 1875 contain some interesting descriptions and information.
The Verde River resembles the great Mississippi, several smelters will soon be producing copper, there is an epidemic, and an embezzler has been arrested. "The snow storm which commenced on Friday continued at intervals until last night when the 'clouds rolled by' and today opened perfectly clear." (Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner; Prescott; Wednesday, February 6, 1901.) There was another storm.