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Mohave County miner. (Mineral Park, A.T. [Ariz.]) 1882-1918, August 03, 1918, Image 8

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MOHAVE COUNTY MINER, SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1918.
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS
Purely Personal
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FOR MILEAGE
We recommend Firestone Tire-Cord or Fabric in
pneumatics with Firestone Red Tube. And for
trucks nothing equals the Firestone Giant Solids.
We are proud of the service and mileage they fur
nish. See us about them.
FOR THAT MOTORING TOUR WE SHOW
MANY WANTED ACCESSORIES
ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OF
Effecto Auto Enamels and Top Dressing
So easy to apply and makes an old car look swell
Central Commercial Co.
Where Quality Meets Price
2INGMAN
ARIZONA
Frank Casson came in from the
ranch of Mark Lauzon, near Cotton
wood island, a few days ago and will
! remain nere for some time, ilr- Cas
' son is an excellent workman and it is
jjvosi jic that ne may go into the auto
J mobile mechanics unit of the army.
i Mrs. C. R. Van Marter and daugn
i ter returned yesterday from the coast,
vnere tney had been during the past
six weeks.
Evillio Geo and Luis Acosta were
united in marriage by Justice of the
Peace Smith yesterday morning. The
couple are Mexicans.
Thomas R. Scott, owner of the Pay
roll and other mines at Chloride, was
in Kingman Monday last on his way
iroin iNew lork to the property. Mr.
Scott has done a large amount of work
in tne Cnloride section and is the own
er 01 splendid mining property.
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RLCRU1TIXG OFFICERS HERE
A number of recruiting officers for
the marine service were in Kingman
last evening on their way to New Mex-
' ico and other points to the east They
are making the journey by automobile
! and expect to have many hundred men
list dup before they again return to
the coast. The new order in the naval
I enlistments will make possible the
1 brineine in of men who heretofore
t.w ucjii without the pale.
TT Willi nine announces be will be a candi
AA' A ' llUdlUO date at the coming Democratic pri
mary election for nomination for the T) J
office of xcecoraer
Q T Qfpnrnvf Announces that he will be a candi
kj. J, kJlCHalL date at the coming primary election
for the Democratic renommation for A it .,
the office of County Attorm
IT? K vfTl rl rvm fi W announces that he will be a candidate
JJaX LllUlUlllCVV at the coming Democratic nrimary
election for renomination for the of- EC ORDER
Qollio T IVTATooItt- announces that she will be a candi
KJCU.1J.C U . JLTACn CClJ date at the coming Democratic pri
mary election fon nomination for the RECORDER
Pa 111 T'TmvnA announces that he will be a candidate
X. tXU.1 j. J.11U111C at the coming primary election for the
Democratic nomination for the office
of
Superior Judge I
MAY ENGAGE IN OIL BUSINESS
J. C. Rankin, who is heavily inter
ested in mining in the Chloride field, is
interesting himself in the oil fields at
Holbrook and may organize a company
to drill a well there.
MAY DRILL B-METAL GROUND
We understand that a lease and
bond has been given to eastern par
ties on the Bi-Metal mines, three miles
south of Kingman, and that as soon
as drills can be obtained the big vein
will be drilled to a depth of 500 or
more feet for the purpose of ascertain
ing the area of mineralization- The
surface indicates the vein to be better
than 700 feet wide, and the outcrop
is exposed for 500 feet in length along
the, strike. Should it be found to go
to inaeiinite depth the property ought
to be one of the big things of the state.
MEXICAN INJURED
This morning a Mexican railroad
! section hand was run over by a hand
car and the bones of his right leg were
broken. He was not otherwise badly
injured.
L. H. FOSTER
CIVIL ENGINEER
KINGMAN, ARIZONA
U. S. Mineral Surveyor Patent and Underground Surveys
f Willi m
I PEARL J
OPPORTUNITIES
"We especially recommend the
purchase of RED LION and
ALCYONE at the present
prices. Ask us for maps and
other interesting information.
BLACK BROS. BROKERS
Black BIdg.
Oatman Los Angeles
TEALE RETURNS
Last Thursday morning L. M. Teale,
who has been attending the Elks'
grand lodge session, returned to King
man. He reports having had the
time of his life at Atlantic City, where
the session was held. During his stay
I in the east he also visited at Coney
Island, Far Rockaway and other wat
erinj places. He saw more life in one
I day at the Atlantic seaboard than can
i be seen m the west in months.
FROM HOLBROOK FIELD
W. J. Hennessy, who is interested
with other Mohave county men in the
Holbrook oil field, was a Kingman vis
itor this week, coming here to visit
with his family. He reports that the
hig and lumber for the first well of
the Adamana Oil and Land company
is now on the ground and that it will
soon be in commission. The company
is to erect some houses for the men
and is having it sawed out at a saw
mill on the line of the new railroad.
CAMPFIRE GIRLS DANCE
This evening the Camp Fire Girls
will give one of their enjoyable dances
at the open air pavilion, to which they
invite all those who love to while
away a pleasant hour.
Buy Thrift Stamps.
CATHOLIC CHURCH
Sunday, August 4.
Mass at 10:30 a. m
Evening services at 7:30 p. m.
REV. JOS. HOOTSMANS,
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
Dressmaking at your home or mine.
Phone Blue 202. Mrs. Curtis. 8-3-ltpd
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS
A New Perfec
tion Oil Cook
Stovemcanskitch
en comfort and
convenience. Ask
your friend who
has one. Used in
3,000,000 homes.
Inexpensive, easy
to operate. See
them at your deal
er's today.
Makes Cooking
a Pleasure
A New Perfection Oil Cook Stove
takes all the drudgery out of
cooking. Lights at the touch of a
match and heats in a jiffy. Bakes,
broils, roasts, toasts, all the year
round.
No smoke or odor; no dust or
dirt. Economical all the conveni
ence of gas.
In 1, 2. 3 and 4 burner sixes, with
or without ovens or cabinets. Ask
your dealer today.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
(California)
NEW PERFECTION
OIL COOH STOVE
CENTRAL COMMERCIAL CO., Kingman, Ariz.
CHLORIDE STORE CO., Chloride, Ariz.
ARIZONA STORES CO., Kingman, Ariz.
KEAN ST. CHARLES
fViV Sf 53 i"P SStan Q-fvi Stands on his record 8-hour law, anti
iUA kJLClLC' OCllet-lUI -time check, monthly pay-day, primary
law, woman's suffrage, majority rule, equal rights to all.
FRED SUTTER of Cochise County
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GOVERNOR
Candidate for nomination on Democra
tic ticket for
Wtll Ct Tljllrplv Announces that he will be a candidate
TT 111 VJ JJltXlYClj .,1 the coming primary election for the
Supervisor
Republican nomination for
fice of
the of-
W. O. Ruggles
Announces that he will be a candi
date at the coming primary election
for the Democratic nomination for the
office of
Assessor
Q "fpTsli fTl o Announces that he will be a candidate
XJ VJC11& at the coming primary election for the
Dem,,,. omlatte, , a. otfiee gtate genat0J.
E. ELMO BOLLINGER
announces that he will be a candidate
at the coming primary election for the
Democratic nomination for the office
of .
SUPERIOR JUDGE
W A Y IV TP T-TTT'R announces that he will be a candidate
xx -D-UCJj at the coming primary election for the
TREASURER
Democratic nomination for the office
of
Asa F. Harris
Announces that he will be a candi
date at the coming primary
election for the Democratic nomination I .
for the office of JbflGrill
W. P. Mahoney
announces that he will be a candidate
at the coming primary election for the
Democratic nomination for the office
of
Sheriff
TVTr'C T T T il CCpll announces that she will be a candidate
J. J XJCtSacll at the coming Democratic primary
election for renomination for the office
of
County Supt. of Schools
J XT nPTnTiOVs-i Qm i-fTi annances that he will be a
AUUCi.L OILIJLLU candidate at the coming Demo-
Justice of Peace, Kinpan Precinj
nrk IVT Aflg -ryi o announces that he will be a candi
VJTCU 1?JL XXULdlllo date at the comine Democratic mi-
Constable, Kingman Precinct
mary election for renomination for the
office of
Tacnor AT RrPWOV announces that he will be a candidate
Jdopci XM JJJ.CWC1 for the Democratic nomination for
Supervisor
at the coming primary election.
fPfl YK A VPT announces that he will be a candidate
vJTCU. j CJ. O at the coming primary election for the
Democratic nomination for the of- Supervisor
IT ATpSll announces that he will be a candidate
JLi i. 1 CtXl at the cominir Tirfmnrv plprtinn for thp
Democratic nomination for the office SuperVlSOr
T'flfVmflC nfmwr Announces that he will be a candi
AllVlliao iTACVJrJ. Ct V date at the coming primary election
for Democratic nomination for the SSCSSOr
Er Qrnif Tl announces that he will be a candidate
X Oil Li. Ll I. nt the cominir nn'mnrw elncHiw -fn- tlio
Deomcratic nomination for the office ypgJrgQj
I "NT fNpUt TT A T?'!1 announces that he will be a candidate
. Iicni JLArrVX at the coming Democratic primary
TREASURER
election for re-nomination for the of
fice of
lVTrJ T slPV Tnllrlmr announces that she will be a candidate
J.TAB. JUV,J JJUlVlCy at the coming primary election for the
Supervisor
Democratic nomination for the of
fice of
rank N Van Msrtor announces that he will be a candidate
I QIII II. fdll mailCI at the coming Democratic primary
election for nomination for the office JJ()JJ) JJJ
A. M. MacDuffee
announces that he will be a candidate
for the Democratic nomination for
at the coming primary election.
Supervisor
CflJlTiPC T? WTo f-nvci Announces that he will be a candi
VliailCO XV- TT dlCflS date at the coming primary elec-
nomination State Representative
tion for the Democratic
for the office of
Pll f Q TlPTTMPlr Announces that he will be a candidate
VXiao. JCtllCiV at the coming primary election for the
Democratic nomination for the office gfo-,

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