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THE MOHAVE COUNTY MINER AND OUR MINERAL WEALTH, SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1918.
A C Baker, of Phoenix, Democratic W. P. Eshom, the cattleman, came
candidate for the supreme court, is vis-1 in from his ranch east of Yucca and
spent me greater pari 01 uie wees
'here attending to business matters.
iting this section.
Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Palmer left
for Topock today to spend the week
end. H. J. Gray and family of Flagstaff
were in Kingman yesterday.
Hal Boedinger, Wells Fargo ex
press deliveryman, is again at his
duties after a vacation.
F. B. Cannon was here yesterday
Jen Damron was one of the resi
dents of Yucca in Kingman last Sun
day. J- Watson of Yucca, was in King
C. F. Dutton of the U. S. postal de
partment, spent several days here this
weec looking after postoffice affairs.
John P. Lefler, one of the oldest
miners in Mohave County came up
from Yucca lasti Saturday.
Harry N. Onion, who is well known
to many Kingman people by his for
mer connection with the old firm of
Lovin and Withers Company, came in
from Clarkdale, Arizona, last Sunday
and remained untii the following even
ing visiting with friends. He depart
el for California Monday eening and
will spend a short vacation there be
fore returning to Clarkdale, where he
is employed in the offices of the
United Verde Copper Company.
R. B. Stephens was a visitor here
from Needles this week.
F. W. Foster, of Prescott, is one of
the late visitors here from that spc
R. B. Stephenson came up from! H. E. Dennis came in from Jerome
H. H. Barbee is in Kingman attend- Need.es ; last Tuesday and 1 was the "'" "
ing to business matters from the Cac- eut of the Brunswick hotel that day. "eaie-
tus Queen property. Thomas McMillan, of the Santa Fel Miss Lillian Anderson has accepted
W. A. Frazer and wife are in King-' service, passed through Kingman It - 7.1. Mc(& JU
man from Mayer, Arizona.
J. C. Carpenter, one of the
dents of Jerome, is in Kingman.
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1 cials on their regular monthly inspec-resi-
j tion of the division. They made the
trip on the special motor car.
William C. B. Kemp is visiting this j Mrs. Thomas Crozier and children
section from Phoenix. 1 returned home from a sort vacation to
.,,. . , c Southern California this week.
A, M. Ellison came in from San
Francisco and is here attending to W. C. Page, who is in charge of the
matters pertaining to the Washington operation of the Washington mine at
mine in the Mineral Park section.
Vernon L. Clark is a Phoenixite vis
iting Kingman people.
J. B. Speed of the Middle Golconda
Mines company, is here from the
southern part of the state attending to
the affairs of this company.
Frank Boylan is a Kingman visitor
W. P. Carr spent several days in
Kingman this week from the Emerald
E. G. Smith is mingling among the
voters of town from the Standard
Abe Bale received a letter from his
brother, who is a color sergeant, that
he will soon be going across. Bale
has two brothers across the water now.
W. B. Stephens and wife and son
Roscoe were visitods to oda whir artah
Roscoe were visitors to Kingman this
week from the Sandy.
I. L. Neal was a Sandyite in King
man this week.
1. l,. jornwau was in town for a
load of supplies this week from his
home on the Sandy.
Mrs. L. Hoffman and infant son re
turned on No. 10 from Los Angeles,
where she has been visiting with rela
tives for the past month.
Miss Viola Hoffman has gone to Los
Angeles, where she will spend several
weeks visiting with friends and rela.
tives, as well as taking a much need
Miss Emma Martinez has returned
to her duties at the Central Commer
cial company after a couple of weeks'
vacation spent in Southern California.
Mrs. Lear Staten and son Dallas
have gone to Southern California,
where they will visit with friends and
relatives for a month
Henry Lovin spent a few days in
Kingman this week from his ranch at
W. H. Coffer brought in a load of
the famous Sandy watermelons this
week and sold them to the trade.
L W. Quinlan, manager of the Ari
zona Stores company, is in Winslow
attending to the cares of the company
at that end of the line.
J. H. Mollering has returned from
Peach Springs, Arizona, where he has
been employed for some time past.
J. T. Loland came in -from the
Tungsten mine last Monday and was a
visitor here for a day or so.
D. A. McMillan, of the Goldtrails
Mining company, came in from Los
Angeles last Sunday and registered at
the Brunswick hotel.
J. W. Moore is a resident of Flag
staff, who was in our city the early
part of this week.
T. Burnett and wife were Oatman
ites visiting Kingman the early part
of the week.
C. E. Matthews of the Arizona
Stores company, has returned from a
visit to his wife and mother at Santa
Monica, California, where he spent a
short vacation from his arduous duties-
Mineral Park, is in Los Angeles, Cal.,
on a short vacation. It has beeri re
ported that Mr. Page suffered a stroke
of heat in tKat city recently and has
been confined to his home, recuperat
ine. We were unable to confirm this
however, and we hope that it is untrue
and that Mr. Page is enjoying himseu
Word received this week from Mrs.
Frank Stone who was taken to Los
Angeles by the; serious illness of her
infant son. is to the effect that tne
bay boy is now much improved and
fast regaining health.
Sheriff Cohenour has been on the
sick list for the greater part of this
week and while being able to get
about, has iust been able to do so. He
is much improved today, however, and
expects to soon be back at his old-
G- K. Bretherton, one of the best
known salesmen visiting this section,
spent several days here lately attend
ing to the wants of his customers,-'
Joe F. Miller was in Kingman a few
days backfrom his camp in the Cop
perville section attending to business
J. M. Vassar is in Kingman from
Frank Graham is visiting in King
man from Hackberry.
Fred Whitney and H. N. Drummond
are two of the late visitors to King
man from Camp Hamme in the Cop
J. A. Larsen, F. Tillman and D. H.
Cargill, all of JeTome, Arizona, are
new arrivals here.
Mrs. T. H. Wilson and son James,
returned last Sunday evening from a
very enjoyable visit at San Diego,
Kearny and the Naval Training Station.
Miss Nina Uncapher, one of the
best known Red Cross workers of the
county is a ingman visitor, coming
over from her home at Mineral Park
the first of the week.
D. M. Smith and wife of Oatman,
were visitors to Kingman during the
early days of this week..
A. 0. Dewey was a Kingman visitor
froh Goldroad this week.
W. R. Bertram is a Phoenixite who
visited here last Saturday.
Chas. Heidrich and wife and H. N.
Shipley, wife and child of El Paso,
Texas, passed through last Sunday en
route to the coast from that city.
Julia M. Broom, Mrs. M. Garrison
and Richard Kelly and wife were
guests of the Beale Hotel here Satur
day from Holbrook, Arizona.
Mrs. Louise Manning departed this
week for San Bernardino, California,
where she has accepted a position in
a clerical capacity. Mrs. Manning has
been with the Tarr, McComb & Ware
Commercial Company for the greater
part of the year just passed and
leaves a host of .friends in this city
who deeply regret to see her leave this
E. M. Binford, Democratic candidate . s
for justice of the peace accompanied
Commercial Company as stenographer
and entered upon her new duties this
Wayne Hubbs, one of the) efficient
members of the 'office force of the
Central Commercial Company, is tak
ing a much needed vacation and at
the same time is mingling with the
voters in the interest of his candidacy
in the coming primary race.
I. N. Hart visited the Telluride
Chief Camp last Sunday to present
his candidacy to the voters of that
Ray B. Robinson and wife and E.
F. Robinson and wife departed to
Long Beach, California, the early part
of this week in response to a telegram
announcing the sudden death of the
father of Ray B. and E. F. Robinson.
The trip was made overland in E. F.
Robinson's Premier touring car.
Miss Viola Hoffman has gone to
I Los Angeles, California, where she
will visit with friends and relatives
for a couple of weeks during the pe
riod of her vacation time.
Mrs. W. L. Robinson and sister,
Miss Alta Clack, have gone to the
coast for a feV weeks vacation.
Donald Metcalf left for San Fran
cisco, Ualuornia, last weanesaay
evening, where hel will visit with his
wife and daughter for a few weeks.
Judge Carl G- Krook, of Kingman,
is staying at the U. S. Grant while vis
iting San Diego's numerous war train
ing camps. The maneuvers of the
army birdmen is proving of great in
terest to Judge Krook.
C. E. Matthews of the Arizona
Stores company, has returned from a
visit to his wife and mother at Santa
Monica, Cal., where he spent a short
vacation from his arduous duties.
Emma Martinez returned this week
from a three weeks' vacation trip to
Mrs. Paul Thome is still at the
beach near San Diego and her health
is reported as improving.
Martin Hamilton, the genial "dis
penser of soft drinks" at the Beale
hotel pool room, is back after a ten
days' visit at Las Vegas, Nevada.
Fred Fullam is in Kingman this
week in the interests of the Adamana
Oil Co. Mr. Fullam came here from
Los Angeles where he was confined
to one of the Los Angeles hospitals
for several weeks.
Pete Levesque has resigned his po
sition at the D. P. & W. Co. and
gone to the Holbrook country.
Mr. Robert Roscoe has finished a
job painting and finishing at the D.
P. & W. Co.
I. W. Bateman of the Mines Explor
ation company, has returned from a
business trip to San Francisco.
Hackberry people were numerous in
Kingman this week. Among them we
saw: Jack Moore J. A. Parsons, Ed
Imus and wife, Mrs. B. T. Duncan,
Mary Neagle and Thomas Neagle.
C. L. Stocker of Phoenix, Arizona,
was a salesman who visited Kingman
this week from that end of the state.
Chas. H. Hooker and H. H. Shires
and wife, were Prescott people who
visited Kingman this week.
A. R. Forbes, J. Connor and James
J. Stephenson were Needlesites in
Kingman last Sunday.
J. D. Gilchrist, Postal lineman, came
up from Needles last Sunday to at
tend to work for that campany.
J. R. Jenkins was a visitor to King
man the) early part of this week from
G. W. Anderson came over from
Chloride last Sunday and spent the
Sandy residents visiting Kingman
last week included the following:
Frank and Ray Stephens, Winnie
Buchanan, J. A. Farrell and wife, Jay
E. Crabtree and W. B. Stephens wife
and daughter, Nannie.
J. T. Sheffield and niece of Pun
tenny, Arizona, registered at the Beale
hotel last Tuesday.
Mrs. M. Leonard visited Kingman
Tuesday to attend to business matters
from her home at Yucca.
Dave Boone was an arrival from
Oatman last Wednesday.
T. D. Nowell came in from the Red
Gap property on the west side of the
Sacramento valley last Wednesday.
J. L. White of Humboldt, Arizona,
was one of the late arrivals here from
that section last Wednesday.
Geo. W. Harlan, of Phoenix, Ari
zona, visited Kingman from the Cap
ital City last Wednesday.
Wm. Phelan of Jerome, arrived in
Kingman from that place last Thurs
day. Albert Noli, of the Central Commer
cial company shipping department, ar
rived home Friday from a week's vaca
tion in Los Angeles.
Lang's Theatre-Mon. Aug. 19
A BIG DOUBLE BILL
"Old Wives For New"
AN ARTCRAFT SPECIAL
A Two-Part Mack Sennett Comedy
"HER BLIGHTED LOVE"
- 7 and 8:30
15c and 35c
War Tax Added
United States Tires
Will Arrive August 25, 1918
You all know the ROYAL CORD
Phone Green 19 Kingman Arizona
F. A. Shafer has accepted a posi
tion in the grocery department of the
Central Commerical Company and en
tered upon the duties of his new work
Mrs. H. C. Risum and son Russell
are visitors here from Oatman.
Miss Helene Seeley is visiting with
the family of Jay M. Gates here from
Will Hart and George Hoyt visited
here during the past week from the
Standard Mineral company camp. This
is the camp that H commonly known
to everyone as the Telluride Chief
George Kayser and wife have gone
to Los Angeles for a short vacation.
Joe Moyle and wife and brothers,
Fred, Albert and Edward, are visitors
in Kingman this week.
Sims Pedersen'is in Kingman from
the Leviathan mine.
J. K. Murphy of Chloride is again
a visitor to Kingman, coming over
yesterday to attend to business matters.
"What has became of that
greyhound you had?"
"Yes, tried to catch a fly on
the small of his back and miscal
culated.' Bit himself in two."
Ole Hanson, the new mayor of Seat
tle, and one of the really unique char
acters in the political history of the
west, says the women elected him, and
that he intends to see that a woman is
added to each board and commission
in that .city just as fast as vacancies
occur. So far he has added them to
tht Park and Library boards, and to
the board that has to do with architec
"What's the matter with those sen
ators up there," says Mayor Hanson,
"that they don't come through with
the suffrage amendment? Women are
better citizens than men. They are
more intelligent yes, I mean it They
are more particular who and what
they vote for; they are more indepen
dent. The women of this country are
entitled to full suffrage; the federal
amendment must be passed."
Recognizing that the cost of living
is proceeding on the principle that
there is always room at the top, Mayor
Hanson has raised the salaries of 3000
city employer. $15 a month and set
$105 as thp minimum salary for sten
ographers. Seattle is one of the towns that in
tends to "come clean." Immediately
after hit- election last spring he called
a conference of leading men and wo
men and they took up the subject of
prostitution, abatement laws, fines,
imprisonment and all the old futile
methods of dealing with this ancient
evil. They are having, a bill drafted
which will be submitted to the next
legislature. It deals with this matter
in a practical way and, they believe,
will secure beneficial results.
JUST A PEEK .
1 inside our big, busy store will readily convince you that our buyers have not been sleeping during this
I time of advancing prices and restricted merchandise, for our stocks are in nearly every instance as com-
plete as the most discriminating would wish, and our prices are frequently lower than the actual whole-
sale cost today. Just a few suggestions:
While they last, fresh, ripe, juicy
peaches and plums direct from the
growers to aid in your defense of the
Peaches, 7c per lb.
Plums, 9c per lb.
Extra Caps, 50c
Best Rubbers, 10c
LINENS of unquestionable quality at lower
prices. Whatever your needs in linens or bed
ding, carefully investigate the excellent values
that await you in the Central's Dry Goods Dept.
We take especially great pride in bringing this
merchandise to your attention, knowing as we
do the excellence of the quality, the extensive
assortment, and on top of all this, the exceed
ingly low prices as compared to present market
DRAPERIES add color to your home, and
during these trying times the home should be
made a place of cheer, brightness and comfort.
You will find in our Dry Goods Dopt. just the
colors and patterns to fit in with your decora
-Trenton Anvils, 85 lbs., each, $17
-Champion Blowers, No. 400, ea. $25
-Union Carbide', 60-lb. Case, ea. $4.80
-Union Drill Steel, per Jb. 14Yc
-Red Star Drill Steel per lb. 16c
-Nevada Pat Hammers, 4-lb., 65c
-Nevada Pat Hammers( 8-lb., $1.00
-Washoe Drift Picks, No. 2, per
-Washoe Drift Picks, No. 4, per
-Half Spring Shovels, per doz- $17.75
-Stiff Point Shovels, per doz. $18.00
Plumbing, Steam Fitting
Sheet Metal Work
Newest Things in Men's Hats
We wonder if you men realize the comfort and satisfaction to be derived from one cf those four-ounce Imported Crusher Hats just re
ceived from Fagnaro & Co., French Importers. They come in the newest shades of Gray and Pine Green, specially priced at $5.50. Throw
away your old Jid, get under one of these and .smile-
Open Stock Dinnerware
TS'EW DiNXkRWARE, selected from the best offerings of Domestic Potteries is now in stock, and we are prepared to fill your wants for
an quantity. We advocate this open stock idea, because it enables you to buy just thofe pieces that particularly meet your requirements.
You can select a full dinner set for as few or as many people as you wish. Or you can select just the essential pieces for a luncheon set,
a breakfast set, a srlad set, or for any other service you may elect then you can enlarge the service at a later date. Feel free to come
and see the stock and get prices whether you contemplate buying now or not. Just now we suggest a 70-piece set, enough to serve twelve
people, hi a dainty pink flowered decoration at the truly remarkable price of $9.96. Ask tc see it in our House Furnishings Department on
the Mezzanine Floor.
Arizona I I
Central Commercial Co.
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