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Originally published in the Pacific Coast Bulletin, March 8, 1922

JJ JonesTo reinforce the efforts of the operating forces in maintaining the highest standard of quality in coals produced at the company’s mines, the position of coal inspector has been created.

It is to be filled by J.J. Jones, one of the most prominent coal mining men in the Northwest.

Mr. Jones began his coal mining career more than twenty-five years ago in old No. 7 Mine on the McKay seam near Black Diamond, going afterward to Franklin, Issaquah, and Newcastle. He was superintendent at Newcastle for fifteen years. (more…)

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