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MOHAVE COUNTY MINER KINGMAN, ARIZONA, OCTOBER 19, 1907.
$lohav ffiouaty $ltacr,
Published Every Saturday,
By SMITH & SAWYER.
RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION:
One year, strictly In advance, : 3 00$
Six months, : t : : t 50
Three months t : J 00
Advertising rates on application.
If you want a fine job of papering or
painting apply to Robert Rosco.
Judge J. H. West, of Needles, took
in the Elks' initiation festivities last
Fred Stull and wife were Kingman
visitors yesterday. They reside in
Henry Lovin has gone to Kelvin,
where he is heavily interested in a
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Big Feature at the Norrls & Rowe """" "'vara nu,,c.
Circus. I Last Friday night at his camp vt,
Chas. Sasse, the European agent of I miles south of Franconia, John D. Ri-
Norris& Rowe finally secured, after vara was accidentally Kineu - "
prosperous mine owner, is in Kingman
The civil calendar for the coming
term of the district court, is said to be
one of the largest in many years.
Mrs. John Lynch came in from Los
Angeles Thursday last aud is visiting
relatives and friends in Kingman.
Harry Underwood, who has been
with Lovin & Withers, at Goldroad,
the past year, is now one of the effici
ent clerks in the store at Kingman.
Two trains of soldiers direct from
the Philippines passed through King
man yesterday morning on their way
to Leavenworth, Kansas.
Mrs. Foster S. Dennis arrived Tues
day evening last from Palo Alta, Cali
fornia, and will probably spend the
winter in Kingman with her husband.
Already several of the jurors called
for the term of court, which com
mences next Monday, are in town.
This evening will find nearly all the
grand jurors here ready for the open
ing of court.
A washout on the Santa Fe at Slam,
California, on the desert, delayed the
east bound passenger train ten hours
Thursday last. A freight train had
run into the washout, ditching the big
engine and killing the fireman.
The workmen are ajjaiiv hewing out
the big blocks of tuff and putting them
in place in the Mulligan-Thompson
buildings on Front street. These
buildings are to be quite commodious
when completed and will be used for
Huch Wilson, of Chloride, who has
been ill with an attack of typhoid fe
ver, is said to have been so low Thurs
day night that his life was despaired
of. Hugh has many warm friends in
this county who will hear of his- ser
ious illness with sincere regret.
The Yucca Mercantile company, a
branch of the Gaddls & Perry com
pany, doing business at Yucca, is one
of the most thriving institutions in the
county. It is presided over by L.
Jane, one of the most popular men in
the south part of the county.
At the first regular meeting of the
K. S. L. S. in the high school room
last Friday four girls debated the
question, "Resolved, that Novel Read
ing is a Waste of Time." The boys,
who will conduct the next debate,
must "hustle" if they expect to equal
the girls in the "talking line."
Quite a namber of visiting Elks from
out of town attended the meeting of
the Kingman Elks last night and took
part in the initiations. Five candi
dates were Inducted into the myster
ies of the order, after which a palat
able spread was enjoyed by fifty mem
bers of the order.
Captain C. Taylor and son George,
returned homo a few days ago from a
month's visit with relatives in th'e
east. The gentlemen had an excellent
time among the green hills and val
leys of old New York state, but the
pure air and freedom of the desert suit
them far better.
Dennis May, one of the oldest pros
pectors and miners in tho Yavapai
country, died at the Sisters Hospital
in Prescott a few days ago. Mr. May
was one of the earliest locators of the
famous Congress mine, in the south
part of Yavapai county. Edward F.
Gilbert, who mot an accidental death
in Kingman last July, was interested
with Mr. May in the first location of
the property, but later abandoned it
on account of its refractory ores and
low grade in gold. May was known to
all the early settlers of this and our
sister county as a genial, warru-heart-
cmanl vnnra nttomDt. the trOUPO Of
Cossacks and wild Russian acrobats
and dancers which bears the name of
thfi Newskvoff Troupe. These people
are natives of the wild Steppes of far
off Russia. They acknowledge no sov
ereign and the Czar of all the Rus-
sias is wise enough to let them alone.
They have a love of wild adventure
but are seldom willing to venture into
civilization but Mr. Sasse painted the
new countrv of America to them in
such golden colors and offered them a
salary that simply seemed princely,
and so they determined to come to
this country. The exhibition they
give is said to be wonderful and mar
velous in the wierdness of their cus
toms and ceremonies. The men are
super-naturally strong. Their daring
feats of expert horsemanship arouses
the wildest enthusiasm. The women
are the most graceful dancers and ac
robats this country has ever seen.
While the Newskyoff troupe are ex
hibiting everything else will come to
a standstill, no other act being allow
ed to interfere with the full pic
turesqueness of it. The costumes worn
by the troupe are wonderfully beauti
ful. The act will be exhibited when
Norris & Rowe's circus comes to King
man Wednesday October 30th.
Hall op Kingman Lodge 7, 1. 0. 0. F.
Kingman, A. T., Oct. 10th, 1907.
At a regular meeting of Kingman
Lodge No. 7, f. O. O. F., the following
resolution was unanimously adopted:
Whereas: The wife of our worthy
brother Wm. L. Kayser has recently
departed from this life to the Grand
Lodge above, leaving our brother in
deep sorrow; tlurafore, be it resolved:
That we heartily extend our everlast
ing sympathy to our beloved brother,
and to all members of the bereaved
Be it further resolved: That a copy
of these resolutions be published in
the countv naners. a copy sent to our
dear brother and also spread upon the
minutes of this lodge.
J. E. Perky,
A. E. Ealy,
Henry E. Lang.
One of the hardest rains in years
fell in the vicinity of Little Meadows
last Sunday night. The flood came
down the canyon to such a depth that
for a time it was feared that it would
rpnn.h thfi tents, where a number of
teamsters were camped. The road
from the point of mountain below the
Meadows to the mountain top, near
Goldroad, was washed out so badly
that it was impossible for the big
teams to get over it, only the stage
making the hazardous trip. Thirty
men are at work repairing the break
in the road to enable the oil teams to
get into Goldroad with fuel for the big
mill, it will be several days before
the road can be fully repaired, al
though every effort is being made to
put it in the best possible shape with
the least delay. The . roads were deep
in dust when the rain came and it
swept everything to bedrock in a
twinkling. Other roads were cut up
slept. Early in the evening coyotes
had come around the camp and J. W.
Walker and Leo. F. Rivard had gone
out of the partly finished bunk house
to get a shot at them. About mid
nicrht the two men were again awak
ened by the prowling coyotes and after
getting their guns Walker went out
side and young Rivard went over by
his father's bed, where there was an
opening through which he thought he
might get a shot at the animals. Wal
ker soon returned from the outside
and went to where Rivard was stand
ing in the darkness of the house. The
two waited and watched at the open
ing for about five minutes and then
Walker went back to his bed. Leo
Rivard started to follow Walker and
as he was passing his father's cot his
fortv-five colt's revolver was in some
manner discharged, the heavy bullet
striking Rivard, the elder, in the back,
below the left shoulder, ranging for
ward and passing out at the nipple of
the right breast. His death must
have been instantaneous, there being
not a sound uttered by him nor a move
ment of the body. Young Rivard ap
parently realized at once that his fath
er was shot and fell on the bed in a
faint. Lights were soon brought and
the dread discovery was made that
Rivard was dead. A team was hitch
ed up and as soon as Leo Rivard could
be gotten in shape he and another
man went at once to Franconia, where
word was sent to the family of Rivard
in Los Angeles and another message
to the coroner at Kingman. By order
of the coroner the body was taken to
Franconia, where an inquest was held
Saturday afternoon. After the inquest
the body was taken to Needles where
it was embalmed and shipped to Los
John D. Rivard was at one time an
engineer of the old Atlantic & Pacific
railroad and his family lived at Will
iams for nino years. ie later re
moved to Los Angeles. He is reputed
to have been the first sheriff of Coco
nino county. He was a large man,
weighing at the time of his death iW
pounds. When killed he was at the
head of an organization, which had
for its object the building ot a large
mill to crush the cement gravel of the
Cheiuehuevis mountain placers and
recover the gold values contained
therein. He and a Mr. Gardner had
planned to leave Franconia last Sat-
gu mnrnincr for LOS AnL'eleS to
make the purchase of the mill.
Something Doing all the Time
Not One Idle Moment
....at the big store of....
.Lovin & Withers.
The Best of Everything the Market affords
W liiv n r.ocial .9alp Dav. Kut everv dav as a Sales Dav
"5r our store. We handle everything necessary to the comfort, welfare 'j
5F anrl exnlnitah'nn of a mininc. aericultural and Dastoral community . . T
The Best Shoes in the market
The Best Underclothing in the market
The Best Hats in the market
The Best Ready Clothing in the market
The Best Gents Furnishings in the market
The Best Groceries in the market
3k When you want anything, no matter what it may be, we have it or
-5Ji can get it for you without a wait. We can do your heavy hauling;
-jjt We can supply you with goods, no matter where you may be in the
1 county. We are in the market for your business and can save you
5p money on everything you buy.
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Allen E. Ware,
Treas. & Manager
TABR &o IMTcCOIMIIB
LIMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL CORRUGATED IRON:
Mining Machinery and Supplies
Fairbanks-Morse Gas Engines Studebaker Wagons
Oil Gasoline and Distillate
A six room house and closets, furn
ished complete, hot and cold water
throughout, with bath room. Eight
lots and good windmill.
R. D. COGIN,
Kingman, A. T.
by the storm, but the Goldroad end
got the big end of the deluge.
William Eugene Ingelow and Miss
Anna Rosalie Finch were united in
marriage at Los Angeles, California,
last Wednesday. Mr. Ingelow is man
ager of the Western Union telegraph
office at Coronado, besides being in
terested in several paying enterprises.
He is a relative of Jean Ingelow, the
poetess, and is one ot the brightest
and most energetic of the young men
of Southern California. Many King
man people hold him in pleasant re
mnmherance and wish him a lifetime
of married happiness.
The storms of this week have been a
blessing to the country, although some
damage has been done to the high
wnvi throughout the mountain and
desert sections. The roads were deep
in dust and big ruts were everywhere,
which, owing to the dry conditions
could not well be remedied. Now that
the rains have come all the roads can
be put in good condition with a small
amount of labor.
Mineral Application No. 2440
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE,
Notice Is hereby given that Gold Road Min
ing and Explorations Co., by 8. R. Porter, Its
Attorney In Fact, whose P. O. address is Gold
Road, Ariz., has made application for a patent
for 2310.7 It. on the railuoad and Last
Chance lodes, bur. No. 2110, situated In San
Francisco Mining District, Mohave Co., Ariz.,
and described in the official Held notes and plat
on file In this office as follows :
TfiiT.unATV Heclnnluir at Cor. Mo. 1,
whence U. S. L. M. No. 169 A bears N. 49 deg
41 mln. W. 4903.7 ft., thence ri. 38 deg. 9 min.jE.
1043 9 It. to i;or HO. z, Hierao a "" "".
W. GOO ft. to Cor. No, 3, thence ih. da aeg.s mm.
W 1043 9 ft. to Cor. No. 4, thence N. 40 deg. lo
mln. E. 600 ft. to ulace of beginning
LAST CHANCE Beginning at Cor No 1,
whence U. S. L. M. No. 1699 A bears N. 47 deg
50 mln. 30 sec. W. 59.13 ft., thence S. 47 deg 46
m n. E. 1267.8 ft. to Co. No 2. thence S. 40 deg
15 mln. W. 491.7 ft. to Cor. No. 3. thence N. 5.
deg. 40 mln. W. 1268.5 ft. to Cor, No. 4, thence
N. 40 deg. 15 mlu. E. 600 ft. to place of begin
ning; containing an area of 30 01 acres The
location of this mine Is recorded In the Mining
Records of Moha7e Co. Adjoining claimants.
Sur. NO. 1699 A. WaKEFIELD,
First issue October
stock, mining claims, mineral lands, water
'rights, pumping plants, furnaces, smelting and
leachlns plauts and concentration works and
own; buy and hell, any and allkludsof mln ng
machinery, or Inventions, or patents referring
or In any way connected with the reduction
of ores and the extraction of the values there
from, and to work mines, explore, operate and
develop the same, either In the Territory of
Arizona. Mexico or elsewhere. .
To own? buy and se'l capital nock of other
corporations and to exchange the capital stock
lW.'"." .-.- - thi, nf other enrnora-
uPonsnchtennsandCondtions as the Board
stores f r the sale of merchandise of every na
ture and description, w "iu luuuoj.""- ""
decide: to buy water rights and water power,
and utilize the same for the use of the corpor
ation, or for sale to oiners; iu uviuuuyk""
saw mills, cvanide plants or such o'her me
chanical appliances as maybe necessa-y. aud
W do any and all thlnrs that may be necessary
or requisite to conduct a general mining, mer
chandising and financial business, as wel las i to
construct and operate railroads to facilitate
mining operations and to stock and bond the
same as the Directors may determine.
The authorized amount of capital stock of
sana uouars, uiviucu .uw "v--r-::-r iii Tom
sand shares of a par value of One Dollar (81.00)
eaSai'd capital stock shall bo paid in this cor
poratlon.Wr in egb ,or by he sale and
transier 10 n 01 auv wiu " .. ,,. -r--,,
ands. patents, or the stock of other eomprie..
for the uses unu purpose-- i'.Z"'"
ill payment therefor, and the shares of the cap
ital stock ot this corporation may be issued in
DavmOnlOI such uruycibji " -.,
Sther corporations and become thereby fully
paid up ana non nssessuuic m jo--of
the Directors as to the value of such prop
erty so bought and paid for in stock shall be
The time of the commencement of this cor
poration shall be the date tf the filing of these
Articles of Incorporation in the office of the
County Recorder of Klngmau. Arizona, and
the termination thereof shall be twenty-five
Is one of the best equipped
shops in Arizona and the
workmen are all skilled me
chanics jt jt j jt
i jjnis o. rvujrc.
Shop on Beal Street
JOHN S. KOLAR.
After October 9th, 1007, the bounty
on Jack Rabbits killed in Mohave
county will cease.
By order Board of Supervisors.
John S. Kolar, Chairman.
Thos. McNeely, Clerk.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
The Comeno De Oro Mining Company.
KNOW ALL MEN HV THESE PRESENTS: That
we whose hands are hereunto affixed, citizens
of the United States, do hereby associate our
selves together for the purpose of forming a
corporation under the laws of the Territory of
Arizona, nnd to that end we certify as follows,
The name ol the Incorporators are: Fielding
J, btilson. Jacques de Sallmaid, A. Chapelle,
L. W. Whitney and O. Bollinger.
The name of said corporation shall be:
Tno rviMirin nn flnn MINING COMPANY.
The principal place of business of the cor
poration within the Territory of Arizona shall
be at the town of Kingman, Mohave County,
Arizona, where the annual meeting shall be
The directors may meet and do business in
the City of Los Angeles, California, or in such
other placo In this, or any other country, as
they may from time to time determine.
The general nature of the business proposed
to be trausacted by this corporation is as fol
lows, to wit: To make contracts, to purchase,
lease, bond or otherwise acquire or exchange,
sell or otherwise dispose of, pledge, mortgage
aud deal In all kinds of mines and mining
The affairs of this corporation shall be con
ducted by a Hoard of Five Directors, and the
following persons shall -onstitute the Board
of Directors, who shall hold office until their
successors are dulv elected and qualified:
Fielding j. stilsoh. ui' .
MABD, A. CHAPELLE, L. W. WHITNEY, O. BOL
, j . Tit -. li nil hnirft nnwpr tfl
lue uoaru in uhcuwib o" -- -
appoint an executive committee from amon?
.yr ,.. nt thpM TinTKnny. find
lis memoers, cuumkhuk u. '"',..': i.Ti
to grant to said executive committee fnll pow
er to conduct the affairs of the company and re
port their proceedings from time to time to
the Board. vni
The Board of Directors by resolution may in
crease its members to seven (7) Directors.
The highest amount of indebtedness or lia
bility, direct or contingent, to which this cor-
powtion snail at any time u .uv. ----
exceea one nuoureu muusiwu ..-.- v ,---,-
The private property ot the stockholders of
this corporation shall be exempt from corpor
ate debts of any kind whatsoever.
hae hereunto set their hands and seals this
3rd day of October. l07
ALL KINDS OF
Th Quly GustQm Shop qb
Monaghan & Murphy Co.,
S.J. Lewis, Mgr.
Ol ucwuer. iwi. ,T
xitwt r.TvTi-1 r QTTT.SON.
JACQUES DE SALLMARD,
L. W. WHITNEY,
State of California, lss
County of Los Angeles, f '
On this 3rd day of October, in the year of our
Lord one thousand nine hundred and seven,
before me, Camilla C. Redmond, a Notary Pub
lic in and for said County of Los Angeles,
State of California, residing therein, duly com
missioned and sworn, personally appeared
?JS JV St"son;,.J.a."eSn "Honinr:
known to me to be the persons whose names
are subscribed to the within and annexed in
strument, nnd acknowledged to me that they
In Witness Whereof, 1 have hereunto set
n.hnnrinnii nflwnd mv official seal in saia
Countv, the day ond year in this certificate
first aboe written. ,-.r.rxTr
CAMILLA C. REDMOND,
(Seal) Notary Public In and for Lo ; A n
geles Countv, State of California.
Mv Commission expires March 26th, 1910.
First insertion October 12-18 Nov.
Livery Stable No.
Fourth Street, KINGMAN
Gold Road Daily Stage Line
Leaves Kinsman every morning at 7:00"
Arrive Gold Road 11:30 a. m.
Leave Gold Road 7:00 p. m.
Arrive Kingman 1:S0 p. m.
Good Teams and Rigs
E. 31. Cavrow, Prop.
FOR SALE Second-hand safe; size
outside 35x24x26 in.; ins'de 12x22x13
1-2 in.; with cash drawers, etc.
Tarr & McComb, Inc.