Re: Re: Speaking of bartenders....
Sun Aug 27, 7:20

In a book written by Sherry Monahan,Taste of Tombstone, she wrote that the Grand Hotel was originally leased by W.D.Crow,J.E.Palmer and John Chenoweth....W.D. Crow owned the Republican newspaper .... perhaps Chenoweth worked with W.D. Crow at his newspaper, though I found nothing contemporary that he did.

  • Re: Speaking of bartenders....Michael Fearnehough, Sun Aug 27 5:25
    Robert ... have you found anything more about Chenoweth being the editor for a pro-Joyce, anti-Earp newspaper? Apart from being involved with Joyce, he took a trip to New York with "Boss Buckley" and somehow... more
    • Re: Re: Speaking of bartenders.... — Robert Buckley, Sun Aug 27 7:20
      • LikelihoodsMichael Fearnehough, Sun Aug 27 17:06
        Robert ... unfortunate, but there's enough interesting coincidence linking Ike, these other people and election fraud
        • William David CrowRobert Buckley, Sun Aug 27 18:07
          • J.E.PalmerMichael Fearnehough, Mon Aug 28 11:21
            And, I see Palmer was City Clerk and proprietor of the Dexter livery stables ... apart from a few other pies J. E. Palmer moved into Babbitt house in northern part of town Ja/10 3/2 J. E. Palmer, manager... more
            • Deputy U.S. marshal Leslie BlackburnRobert Buckley, Mon Sep 04 16:34
              Deputy U.S. marshal Leslie Blackburn arrested John Chenoweth of the Grand Hotel-Bar for selling liquor and tobacco without a license. more
              • Re: Deputy U.S. marshal Leslie BlackburnMichael Fearnehough, Tue Sep 05 3:05
                Thanks Robert ... in response to your first link I was I was about to send the second but you'd beaten me to it more