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THE MOHAVE COUNTY MINER AND OUR MINERAL WEALTH, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1918.
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The Thursday Afternoon Club will
open fir the winter at a meeting to
be held this afternoon, October 5, at 3
o'clock p. iv. at "the Methodist Church
County food Administrator S. D.
Stewart will address the gathering on
the food question.
Wm. Wiesenhahn departed for Los
Angeles last Monday, where he has
accep cd a position in that city. He
has b en with the Central Commercial
Company for the greater part of the
past year as groceryman and in that
capacity has made numbers of friends
who will regret to see him leave.
Charles P. Blanton, who has large
minirg interests in the Oatman dis
trict of this county, arrived on No. 1
yesterday from a protracted business
visit to the eastern part of the United
The Catholic Ladies Altar Society
will meet at the residence of Mrs. J.
A. Carrow Monday evening at 7:30.
All niemberr are requested to be pres
et. :. .: ...
Henry Lovin is in town from his cat
tle ranch at Skunk Canyon in the
Francis Creek section of the Big
Sam Hamilton came over from
Chloride yesterday and remained over
night returning home today.
George Conlin of Searchlight, Neva
da, is one of the late arrivals here.
L. F. (Roy) Robinson is here on a
furlough, visiting with his many
friends in this city. Roy is assigned
to duty on the U. S. S. Ohio and his
addiess is Fortress Monroe, Virginia.
Fred Johnson, brother of our fel
low townsman, C. B. Johnson, is one
of the latest arrivals overseas.
He enlisted about a year ago in the
coast artillery and is now overjoye'l
i to have been allowed to go to Franc J.
V. H. Cofer is spending a few days.
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S. C. Rogers, one of the Big Sandy
fanners, is a visitor to cur city, com
ing in some days ago to attend to bus
iness a. fair at ths county seat.
Mrs. J. A. Houtz and children and
mother, Mrs. R. H. Morey, are again
at home after having spent tho sum
mer on their ranch in Californa.
Charles Bly was a Kingman visi
tor Thursday from Yucca.
Mrs. T. H. Wilson, who suffered a
broken wrist from the kick of an auto
some time back, now reports that
LANG'S THEATRE-PROGRAM FOR WEEK
Sat. Oct. 5th
NORMA TALMADGE in "Her Only
Way", also Pathe News. Regular
Sunday Oct 6th
SESSUE HAYAKAWA in '"White
Man's Law'", also Harold Loyd com
edy. Regular prices.
Monday Oct. 7th
ELSIE FERGUSON in A Dolls House,
also Mutt & Jeff. Regular prices.
Tuesday Oct 8th
'AMERICAN BUDS' with the Fox
Kids, also U. S. War Review. Reg
A young boarding school girl comes
home to the grim realities of a lost
fortune, a smashing of her dreams.
Poverty or riches? Love or duty?
under these trying circumstances is
shown "Her Only Way". Also World
views in Pathe News.
All men who have not forgotten
their dream adventures of boyhood,
all women for whom the Orient has
a seductive lure will glory in this wide
ly exciting story with its mysterious
note of surprise. Don't miss this one.
Also a good comedy.
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Wednesday Oct 9th
"MATING OF MARCELLA" with
Dorothy Dalton, also 10th spasm of
The Fighting Trail. Regular prices.
There is something about Miss Fer
guson's personality which makes you
feel as if you yourself were playing
the part. You live it with her, and so
we say without fear of contradiction,
"There is no greater artist on the
screen today. Also Mutt & Jeff car
toon. A final opportunity will be afforded
tonight for seeing Jane and Katherine
Lee, in "AMERICAN BUDS." This
comedy-drama centering around the
mystery of the children's parentage
and involving the activities of a Ger
man spy. Also your Uncle Sam's
New York's 400 has suffered no
more bitter arraignment than this
Paramount Picture, Imt for all of its
scathing denunciation it contains a
humorous note that will make you
more than glad you came. Also Tenth
Episode of The Fighting Trail.
Thursday Oct. 10
Friday Oct 11.
A dashing, sensational romance of
the North. A man's man wins a
WM FAPwrm ti, r t j woman s love, oee xne lerrmc Daiue
WM. FARNUM in Rough & Ready, with the wolves Dance hall girl
also 2 part Sunshine Comedy, "Son of gives her life for man who was polite
Gun". Prices 17 & 39c ne of tne fastest movies you ever
seen. Also a guaranteed two part
are one of the most remarkable economies of the
age. .They meet the NATIONAL NEED the need
for conservation of materials, labor, shipping, space
Cast 12 As Much
Beale Street at Fifth
One block East of Citizens Bank
The big GARAGE on the HIGHWAY in the center
ASSESSORIES GASOLINE OILS & GREASES
Phone Green 19 Free air and water Kingman, Ariz
member fast returning to its former
A. F. Harris and family are spend
ing a short vacation in San Francisco
California. They are expected home
at an early date.
P. Y. Jackson, the auto decorator,
put the last coat on the Standard Auto
Company's Willys-Knight car today.
The car looks like new and shows well
i the workmanlike effort spent in its
The fall rodeo of the stockmen of
, the county started on its roand last
; Monday, the westerners starting irom
I Thorn Spring in the Sacramento Val
ley 'and the' easterners from Freeze
I Wash in the Wallapai Valley.
The work will be in progress.; for
several weeks, much time being nec
essary for the branding of calves and
the returning of strayed cattle to their
T. J. Putman ,the Sandy rancher,
came up from that section Wednesday
and secured supplies.
Charles H. Wagner, who has large
mining interests in this county, ar
rived here from Pasadena, California
last Sunday and is attending to his
A. T. Threlkeld is a Needlesite who
visited here Sunday last.
J. H. Smith and wife and Mrs. Fox,
of Grand Rapids, Michigan, stopped in
Kingman for the night last Monday
enroute overland to the coast.
Geo. C. Brissel, of Oatman, Ari
zona, was an inhabitant of Kingman
last Monday from the Gold Camp.
J. P. Livingston spent .1 day l.ere
from Walnut Creek this wjek.
W. H. F. Jones' and wife, . f Prts-
Lcott, Arizona, were visitors hire last
H. Bacon spent several days here
this week visiting from Hackbe.-vy.
Trainmaster N. E. Scott was a King
man visitor last Tuesday from Need
les. Mr. Scott is one of the Santa Fe's
oldest employees and all of his friends
are always glad t; see him.
V, F Mnllpn and vfp. visited Kinc-
nnn from Seligman this week coming
down from that city last Tuesday.
V. .T Pliimmprfplt and familv. of
Jerome Arizona were Kingman visi
tors Wednesday last.
Charles Duncar was one of Hack
berry citzens who vsited here Wednes
day. H. V. Vaiinatta and B. L. Schultz,
of Camp Hamme in the Copperville
section were guests of the Beale Ho
tel here last Sunday.
C. Ai Imus is visiting here from
Henry Schaefer and wife and L. C.
Jeffrey came down from Chloride last
Mondav and SDent a nieht at the
F. H. Bell is one of Chloride citi
zens, who visited Kngman ths week.
J. F. Miller came in from his camp
near the Yucca Tungsten Monday last
and is a visitor here.
Bernard Vogt for many years agent
for this section for Bliss Native Herbs
is a Kingman visitor from Chlorde.
Paul C. Thome returned home the
first of the week from Holbrook Ari
zona where he has been sitting in
cases ( wherein Judge Sapp of that
county was disqualified.
John Barry and ifwe returned home
this week from Northern California,
where they had gone with the inten
tion of settling, but were unable to
find the right place.
Edgar Sharp, Oatman attorney,
came in from the Gold Camp last
Tuesday and spent several days here
attending to legal matters for his
J. F. Bruce spent a day or so here
from Little Meadows this week.
R. D. Clamants and wife were in
Kingman from Globe, Arizona, last
Charles D. Wagner and J. H. Wil
son here from Valentine for a day this
J. E. Rudy and W. P. Eshom were in
Kingman for Several days this week
from the Yucca section attending to
business affairs here.
Telly Bland and son T. J. Bland
came in from Signal Monday last and
spent a couple of days at the county
seat on business.
W. R. Sullivan and wife were others
of the Oatman crowd, who visited
Kingman this week.
E. Hedburg, one of the old -imc
miners of the county, came In from
Cerbat Tuesday and is here visiting
with old friends.
W. W. Lewis came down from the
Rico Mine last Tuesday, where he has
been for some weeks past supervising
J. M. Ray was in town from Cerbat
for a few days this week.
Hannah O. Lislerude, Justice of the
Peace at Chloride, came down yester
day from that place and was one of
the big audience at the Liberty Loan
Around the County
By Mr. M. P. Chapman
C. A. Means, relief operator for
Mgr. O. T. Stone of the Western
Union left Oatman, Friday. Miss
Robinson took his place, until Mr.
Mrs. Mabel Lc Clair and Mrs. C. W.
Cook returned Saturday from Utah,
where they attended the funeral of
their father, Mr. Smith, a well-known
Los Angeles mining man.
Mrs. J. Howard returned from San
Francisco Monday, where she has been
for the past three months.
Among the Kingman visitors, Satur
day were Miss Sylvia Poole and Miss
K. Armour of the A. C. & N. Tele
phone Co., there.
Saturday was a big day in Oatman,
being the opening of the Fourth Lib
erty Loan. There was much noise
around six P. M., due to siren whistles
and exploding powder. After the show
Charles B. Ward rendered a very en
thusiastic and thrilling speech.
Mr. Ward proved to his audience
that he had oratorical talent, and made
us all feel that we should help our
country by buying Fourth Liberty
Loan Bonds. After the entertain
ment, at the Theatre, a dance was held
at the Star Theatre. A large crowd
attended, all enjoying a pleasant even
Special Correspondence to the
Mohave County Miner
E. H. Farrell has gone back to Jer
ome Junction. He was much pleased
with the farms around Planet.
R. G. Hamilton has sold his farm
and gone to Stockton, California to
The Planet school has not yet been
opened on account of not being able
to get a teacher.
Jack Ferrell is cutting about fifteen
tons of maize seed.
The farms in Planet section are
looking fine and the farmers are all
Cooler weather has set in at Planet.
John McCuish, who is developing a
property at Chloride, was in Kingman
yesterday attending to business affairs.
Special Correspondence to the
Mohave County .Miner
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Carper and
family left Chloride last Tuesday for
California where they intend to try
farm life. Mr. Carper has been in
the employe of the Arizona Ore
Reduction Company since his arrival
here and he will be missed by his
W. F. Donahue was in Chloride for
a few days from Los Angeles.
H. Shafer and wife arrived here
from Los Angeles this week.
A. L. Carpenter who has been with
the Chloride Store Co. for some time
leaves here today for Kingman where
he will go in the service of the Central
Commercial Co. Mr. Carpenter will be
missed by his many friends.
Allen E. Ware and R. L. Anderson
were in Chloride for a 'few hours last
Chloride feels proud having gone
over the top in the Fourth Liberty
Loan drive. Ten thousand, eight
hundred dollars have been subscribed
to the present time.
A. McDuffee says that he likes
company but that it makes him warm
under the collar when company slips
in while he is asleep. He said that
he got up a little early'the other morn
ing and found two cows eating break
fast. They had opened the cupboard
door and had made a clean sweep and
for desert they had eaten up his Turk
MAKES WINE FROM
RAISINS IN JEROME
Officers searching houses in Jerome
have discovered six places where wine
is made from raisins by Austrians.
The men who have been producing the
wine have been arrested. The officers
also have arrested many men for gam
bling, the games being conducted in
private homes. Jerome, being some
distance from the New Mexico and
California lines, has trouble in bring
ing in booze and some of the men who
have a craving for liquor or money
conceived the plan of making wines
from raisins and then supplying their
gambling customers with the red
Special Correspondence to the
Mohave County Miner
Mr. W. P. Eshom was a recent
Yucca visitor. He reports things go
ing fine with the rodeo work, and
range conditions very satisfactory.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mullins and Mas
ter Minor Mullen were shopping in
Yucca last Monday.
Telly Bland from the Sandy accom
panied by his son Jeff, recently passed
through Yucca enroute to Kingman.
They report stock and crops both in
very excellent shape in and around the
Our school opened with an excellent
attendance and the Teacher, Miss
Croy is giving perfect satisfaction.
It looks like rain and we're hoping
it really fulfills its promises.
The fall rodeo work is in progress
but the late calf crop is very light.
Range conditions are very good, and
stock looks well.
I Special Correspondence to the
Mohave County Miner I
Mr. Clark temporary farmer at the
Indian school for sometime has left
l.ere and gone to Prescott. The pos
ition here has been filled by a man ap
pointed from Washington.
Percy Webb has left for California,
After having been employed at ths
school for soir.-j time.
Miss O'Keefe hss arrived here from
Columbus, Ohio, to take charge of the
Kindergarten at the Indian School.
Several much needed improvements
pre being made at the Indian School,
an extension to the commissary, a
large large new chicken yard and
model chicken house on the farm an.'
a change in the sewage system have
been completed under the personal
upervision of the nev Superintendent
Mrs. Packard and Mrs. H-re from
Hackberry called on friends hrrc on
Mrs. Hillis .. spending 'i two weeks
vacation with friends at Chloride.
Dr. Conners from Selitrf'ir! spei
few days in this locality last week
calling on friends and locking after
Ms mining interests here.
The public school has opened with
Mrs. Martin of Kingman as teacher.
The enrollment is larger than at anv
time since the opening of school
ALL'S NEWEST STYLES
NEWEST That is tjie word befitting pur at
tractive display of Autumn Apparel for women and
misses. There are the newest models, the newest ma-
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terials and the newest shades as well as smart origin
ality in our selections of clever frocks, suits and coats
and such a variety of fabrics and styles.
Handsome new Fall Coats fashioned in materials of broadcloth
and velours, both belted and plain models that must be seen to be
A wonderful selection of new Suits in tailleur and semi-tailleur
styles at a variety of prices that will be bound to please your pocket
book, even in these times of rapidly mounting prices.
Irresistable values in frocks of serges, silks and satins in all the'
wanted shades. There's a great variety of fabrics and styles
there's cleverness in every line of every frock for every occasion
and you'll want one the minute you see them.
Millinery is this Season
Plain But Elegant
WE have not been asked to save on vel
vet or feathers, but millinery has set
its pace with other commodities, and
hats this season have excellent lines but
they are not elaborate.
WE are showing splendid values every
day now in our Millinery Department
on the main floor, and more are on the
road, so we feel satisfied of our ability
to please you.
If Everybody in
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Who would win this
Central Commercial Co,
WHERE QUALITY MEETS PRICE