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title: 'Mohave County miner and our mineral wealth. (Kingman, Ariz.) 1918-1922, August 10, 1918, Page PAGE SEVEN, Image 7',
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THE MOHAVE COUNTY MINER AND OUR- MINERAL WEALTH, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1918
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Thos. E. Campbell, Republican can
didate for governor, has been visit
ing the many camps of the county
this week in the interest of his can
didacy. He is a guest of the Beale.
Amador Romercf is a new face be
hind the grocery counter of the Ari
zona Stores Company. Mr. Romero
is from Winslow and will remain here
during the absence of Mr. Mathews,
who is now away on a vacation.
W. G. Williams is a new face among
the salesmen covering this territory
and spent a couple of days here this
John M. Hines, the able young at
torney of our neighboring town of
Oatman, was a guest of the Beale
Hotel for several days this week.
Hackberry contributed many visit
ors to Kingman this week. Among
them we saw: Henry Bacon, Hall B.
Bacon, T. L. Bacon and G. T. Dun
can and wife.
George Whitehead and Thos. N.
Rolf were Phoenixites in Kingman
during the early days of this week.
Good Service should not mean how much can we get
or give for nothing, but how well we can serve at a
fair cost. It cannot exist except by sincere effort on
one hand and fair remuneration on the other.
PHONE GREEN 19
J. Mitchell and Frank Shultz came
in from Twin Mines at Cerbat this
week and spent a day or so visiting
A. Mortensen of Yucca visited
Kingman this week.
Mrs. B. M. Parisia was a Kingman
ite for a day or so this week from
Allen B. Jaynes and Albert M.
Sames of the Republican State Com
mittee, visited Kingman last Monday.
Mrs. B. Gregg came in from Hack-
berry last Monday to bid farewell to
her son William Smith, who was one
of the draft boys sent to Camp Fre
mont that evening.
Ed Lee was a Sehgmanite who vis
ited Kingman this week.
John F. Gross, owner of much val
uable mining property in the Mineral
Park section, visited here for several
days this week.
L. J. England, of Chloride, was in
Kingman this week.
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Social Happenings J
sin lii mi
dis, Don Du Bois, Bud Johnson, Leo
Mulligan, Stanley George and Billie
B. C. Wilcox was given a suspend
! ed sentence Tuesday by Justice Smith
for carrying concealed weapons and
being upon the streets in an intoxi
A telegram was received from Miss
Norma Root, Friday, announcing her
marriage to Guy Duffy of Los An
geles Thursday at 2 P. M.
Mrs. Duffy is the sister of Mrs.
L. D. Sandefeur and has lived in
Kingman for the past year. She
was employed by the Arizona, Califor
nia and Nevada Telephone Company
Mrs. Geo. Shea
Mrs. Geo. A. Shea entertained at
a dinner Monday evening for four
young folks. The guests were the
Misses Virginia Horner and Minnie
Hartz and Messrs., Leland Gaddis and
For Gernice Hartz
A delightful surprise was given last
evening for Miss Gernice Hartz, who
leaves Monday for Flagstaff, where
she will take up kindergarten work at
the Isormal school. The party took
place at the George A. Shea residence,
Mrs. Shea and Miss Minnie Hartz be
ing the hostesses. The evening was
spe.u in dancing and delicious refresh
ments were served. The presence of
Mrs. Thos. E. Campbell was greatly
enjoyed by all the guests, who were
Gernice Hartz, Lula Goodwin, Dorothy
George, Clara Bonelli, Virginia Homer,
Frances Sherman, Dorothy Smith,
Ileen Burns, Ruby Gates, Thelma
Clack, Irene Hunter, Enga and Mrs.
Harlz, Mr. Geo. A. Shea, Arthur Mar
tinez, Donald Thompson, DonaldJ
George, George Claytor, Leland Gad-
Unique War Party
By Miss Stowe
Miss Buelah Stowe was hostess at
a unique war party last Monday
evening. Patriotic emoiems ana coi
ors were used for decorative pur
poses and a huge eagle was suspend
ed above the table. A delightful sup
per was served at midnight. Dancing
and singing were features of the even
The guests were the Mesdames
E. F. Cagle, S. E. Ferguson, Gus
Goodwin, Jungi, Charles Roe, A. A.
Stowe and the Misses Edith Cagle,
Fern Elliot, Helen Jungi, Lily Kause,
Mary Kause and Fanny Kelly.
The following letters remain uncall-
ea for at the Kingman postoffice:
Marion Derrick, Antonia Cuesta, B-
A. Nichols, James McConnell, Hotel
Beale (2); W. Berg, Guadalupe Sala
zar, Hotel Beale; W. Rose.
Contractors and Builders
Small jobs or large ones receive the same prompt and careful
GRUNINGER 8C SON
Phone Blue 175 Kingman, Arizona
Monday, August 12th
Wm. S. Hart
"Wolves of the Rail"
A THRILLER. Hart jumps from his swift running
hoise onto a moving engine and prevents it from
running into a train of soldiers.
A 2-PART COMEDY
"WHAT'S THE, MATTER WITH FATHER?"
TWO SHOWS, 7 and 8:30
ADMISSION 15c and 35c War Tax Added
The Standard OH for Motor Gwf
The Popular Motor Oil
More ZEROLENE is used for au
tomobiles on the Pacific Coast than
all other oils combined.
Leading motor car distributors
praise ZEROLENE, correctly re
fined from selected California asphalt-base
crude, because it main
tains its lubricating body at cylin
der heat and gives perfect lubrica
tion with less wear and less carbon
deposit. Get our lubrication chart
showing the correct consistency for
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Engines are either water,
cooled or air-cooled. This,
the air-ccolcd type, like all
internal combustion engines,
requires an oil that holds
its full lubricating qualities
at cylinder heat, burns
clean in the combustion
chambers and roes out
with exhaust. ZEROLENE
fills these requirements per
fectly, because it is correctly
refined from selected Cali
fornia asphalt-baso crude.
Labor Day at the Wash Tub
Labor Day is not a holiday at the wash tub. Every day you wash
clothes at home is a very laborious labor day.
But the Mohave" Steam Laundry makes every wash day a labor
holiday for thousands of women. And it saves them money, coal, and
time lost, as well as the labor.
Get the Mohave Steam Laundry habit. It will make your task
lighter and your home brighter. ,
SEMI-FINISHED WORK 50 CENTS A DOZEN
Mohave Steam Laundry
KINGMAN, ARIZONA PONE BLUE 81
Plumbing, Steam Fitting
Sheet Metal Work
Kingman, - - ' Arizona
THE BIG STORE
Heinz' Baked Beans-
Quail Tomatoes .
Quail String Beans 19c
Standard String Beans 10c
Monarch Sweet Potatoes
Hershey Cocoa, '2S 21c
Hershey Cocoa, Is 38c
Heinz' Vinegar, pints 22c
Teagarden Fruit Jam 39c
Teagarden Berry Jam .44c
Cigars and Candy
High-Grade Chocolates,- kept cool in re
frigerated cases, lb. 60c
Domestic and Clear Havana Cigars
3 for 25c 10c 2 for 25c
Some good-looking Pipes in different
sizes and shapes 25c to $1.00
Peaches 8 l-3c lb.
Tomatoes 7 ',4 c lb.
Watermelons 3c lb.
Cabbage .-. 6c lb.
Sweet Potatoes 15c lb.
Boiled Ham, sliced 65c lb.
Corned Beef, sliced 60c lb.
Eastern Cheese 35c lb.
Butter 52c, 60c, 63c
Rock Crusher Eggs 60c doz.
Swift Premium Bacon, sliced 65c lb.
Justrite Carbide Lamps No. 110 "Little
Giant," price this week, dozen lots $45.00
Less than dozen, each $4.00
This is the most popular lamp going at
present. It i made of aluminum and has
but ten working parts.
Radiator Flags for Your Auto
Single Staff U. S. A. Special 90c
Three British, U. S. A., French $1.25
Five British, Italian, U. S. A., Bel
gium, French $1.65
The best made. Double seamed. Blanket
covered. Good straps.
2-qt. size $1.00 3-qt. size $1.10
4-qt. size 1.25 6-qt. size 1.50
8-qt. size 1.80 10-qt. size 2.50
Auto Running Board Canteen Holders
For 8 quart $1.85'
Porter Special Lariat Rope, -inch
3-strand full size, the popular rope.
Extra hard laid, 40 ft. length for $1.85
Florsheims for Service $5.00 to $10.00
Oxfords $5.50 to $8.50
B. & H. Tropical Army Shoe
Munson Last, Unlined $6.50
Biliken Children's Shoes $2.50 to $4.00
Baby Busters, first steps 85c to $4.00
A. S. Krider "Kicker" Boys' Shoes
.....: $3.00 and $5.00
Queen Quality, America's Foremost
Ladies" Shoe ., $4.50 to $12.00
Men's Suits $12 to $20
Wool Worsteds $17' to $20
Fine Blue Serges $17
Trunks and Suit Cases
Steamer Trunks $15 to $20
Family Trunks -.$10 to $25
Wardrobe Trunks $30 to $35
G. P. Ide and Arrow
Silk Shirts . $4 to $6.50
Everwear Silk Hose 65c to $1.25
We carry a complete stock of Overalls,
lumpers, Khaki, Corduroy and Cook Pants,
Work Shirts, etc
" Ladies' Ready to-Wear
Dry Goods Dept.
Just received, a nice assortment of Ladies'
Nightdresses in Nainsook and
Crepe de Chine
Nainsook from $1.50 to $2.50
Crepe de Chine .. $6.00
Teddies $1.25 to $3.50
Silk Camisoles , $1.50 to $4.50
Nainsook Corset Covers 75c to $1.50
Muslin Petticoats $1.50 to $4.50
Shadow-proof Underskirts $2.50
We Advise You to Buy Rugs
We are selling rugs today at actually less
than we can buy them for and will continue
to do so as long as our present stock lasts,
but we cannot guarantee these prices to
continue for long, although we still have a
splendid assortment in all sizes and a vari
ety of patterns. . . jllfl
WE ARE STILL SELLING
9x12 Wool Fiber Rugs at $15.00
9x12 Heavy Seamless Tapestry Rugs...$27.50
9x12 Extra Quality Axminster Rugs...$37.50
Smaller Sizes in Proportion
Just arrived, a new shipment of Art Grass
and Fiber Rugs. Popular prices.
"Where Quality Meets Price