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'1HE MOHAVE COUNTY MINER AND OUR MINERAL WEALTH, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26. 1918.
PAGE THREE
FAIR FOOD PRICES
As Fixed By Food Adiministration
With the Red, Cross
Here and Over There
KINGMAN, Saturday, Oct. 26, 1918 The following official quotations
are the maximum retail prices that may be charged for the foodstuffs nam
ed, as fixed by Kingman Fair Price Committee of the Food Administration
Owing to fluctuations of the market on butter and eggs, the above price
on these items is neither minimum or maximum.
Victory Flour 1-8 bbl. bag (24 pounds) $1.75
Wheat flour, per 1-8 bbl. bag (24 lbs.) 1.68 to 1.75
Wheat flour (bulk), per pound 07
Barley flour, per 1-8 bbl. bag (24 lbs.) 1.95
Barley flour (bulk), per lb 08 1-2
Rice flour (bulk), per lb 12
Cornmeal (bulk), per lb 08
Victory bread (price per loaf), 16 oz 13
Victory bread (twin loaf), 24 ounces 16
Oatmeal or rolled oats (bulk) per pound 10 to .11
Rice, unbroken, standard quality, per lb 12&
Sugar, granulated (bulk) per pound 09 1-2
Beans (pink), per lb 11 to .12
Beans (navy) per pound 17 1-2
Potatoes (white or Irish), per lb 04 to 4
Onions, per lb 04 to .04 1-2
.Raisins (seeded), per 16 oz, pkg. 14 to .15
Prunes (60-70's), per lb ". 15
Canned tomatoes (standard grade), per. 20 ounce (No. 2) can 15
Canned corn (standard grade) per 20 ounce (No. 2) can 15
Canned peas (standard grade), per 20-oz. (No. 2) can 18
Canned Salmon (tall pink Alaska), per 16 oz. (No. 1) can 22 to .25
Canned salmon tall red Alaska), per 16-oz. No. 1) can 30
Evaporated milk (unsweetened), per 6-oz. can 06 1-2 to .07
Evaporated milk (unsweetened) per 16-oz can 14
Butter, per lb 72
Eggs (fresh stored) per doz 80 to .83
Cheese (New York or local), per lb 40 to .45
Lard (pure leaf in tins) per 3 pound pail 1.09 to 1.10
Lard substitute in tins, per 6 pound paii 2.00
Bacon (not sliced), standard grade, p er lb 55
Bacon (sliced), (fancy grade), (Swifts Prem.) per lb 70
Uam (smoked), standard, per lb. (whole) 43 3-4
Ham (smoked), fancy grade, per lb. Prem. whole 44 3-4
Bacon, (Premium) not sliced 61 to 63
Round Steak, per lb 35 to .40
On charges made for any articles here listed in excess of the list
price should be reported to County Food Administrator Stewart.
THE NEW HOTEL BEALE
KINGMAN, ARIZONA
FINEST HOTEL IN NORTHERN ARIZONA
New and modern in every respect. Fireproof build
ing. Rooms single or en suite, with or without bath.
Hot and cold water in every room. Steam heat.
Large sample rooms.
Rates $1.00 and Up
THOMAS DEVINE
Proprietor
APPRECIATION FOR
RED CROSS
Another reminder of the apprecia
tion in which the French people hold
the work of the American Red Cross
has been received in San Francisco.
This time it was in the shape of an
autographed picture received by Law
rence W. Harris from General Petain,
Commander-in-Chief of the armies of
the North and North-east, and a let
ter of appreciation to all San Fran
ciscans for their splendid work in con
nection with the Red Cross.
General Petain extends to all citi
zens of San Francisco his "personal
recognition and that of the French
armies, of the devotion with which all
have co-operated in the magnificient
work of the American Red Cross."
The photograph and letter were sent
through Oscar Beatty, another San
Franciscan in Red Cross work in
France, and the son of the late Judge
Beatty.
The translation of General Petain's
letter follows:
"Dear Mr. Beatty:
"General Petain, Commander-in-Chief
of the Armies of the North and
the North-east, asks me to send you
the photograph attached hereto, sign
ed by himself, intended for Mr. Law
rence Haris, who was Aide to the
Commissioner for Europe of the
American Red Cross.
"The General-in-Chief is happy to
extend to Mr.' Harris, as well as to his
fellow-citizens of San Francisco, his
personal recognition and that of the
French Armies, of the devotion with
which all have co-operated in thei
magnificient work of the American
Red Cross.
"The General-in-Chief asks me to
convey to you his best wishes, to
which I permit myself to add, dear
Mr. Beatty, the expression of my de
voted sentiments."
(Signed) Captain M. Fourgeoir
MORE ABOUT
XMAS PACKAGES
VISIT POSTPONED
Dr. Swigert, Optometrist, who was
scheduled to visit here this week post
poned his trip until the very near
future on account of the quarantine.
If you have something you want to
sell in your home. Advertise it in
the classified columns of the Miner.
It will pay you.
Political Advertisement
Home Rule
Do you know the candidates who may represent in the Low
er House of the State Legislature. Do you know the people who
will spend your money and enact the laws under which you live
to more approximate real home rule? To assure representation
for every voter, to better the law making branch of the State
Government. -
Home Rule Amendment Has Been Initiated
It Provides
State Senators will continue to be elected at large, as are
United States Senators.
No County will have a smaller representation than it now
has. Every fifteen hundred votes for the candidate for Gover
nor shall be entitled to one representative in the Lower House of
the State Legislature.
The Boards of Supervisors, six months before each election,
shall district each county according to the vote. Gerrymander
ing is prohibited by specific provision in the Amendment
Growing counties will be enabled to secure adequate and fair
representation in the State Legislature.
A STEP AHEAD IS A VOTE
FOR AMENDMENT No. 102
Home Rule League, ROBERT H. SOUTHGATE, President, LAWRENCE D.
CLARK, Secy. Directors A. H. GARDNER', Manager Huachuca Water Company,
Tombstone, Ariz, T. C. FRIER, Flagstaff, Arizona; Stockman, Robert H. Southgate,
Tucson, Ariz., Lawrence D. Clark, Tucson, Arizona.
LAW AND LEGISLATURE COMMITTEE, TUCSON TRADES COUNCIL, W. B.
Twitchell, Phoenix, Arizona, Miner; J. W. Etter, Glendale, Ariz., Farmer
The following is an outline of the
procedure to be followed by persons
planning to send one of these parcels
abroad:
On receiving one of these Christ
mas Parcel labels, it should be pres
ented at the nearest Chapter, Branch
or Auxiliary headquarters of the Red
Cross, where the holder will receive
a carton. These labels are not ex
pected to reach this country before
November 1st, by that time each Red
Cross Branch will have its allotment
of boxes based on the number of sol
diers in service overseas from that
community.
These boxes may be filled with any
combination of articles, except those
on the list barred by the Postal of
ficials. ARTICLES BARRED BY POST OF
FICE REGULATIONS.
1. All spirituous, vinous, malted,
fermented or other intoxicating li
quors. 2. All kinds of poisons and all ar
ticles and compositions containing
poison.
3. Explosives of all kinds.
4. Inflammable materials, includ
ing friction matches.
5. Infernal machines and mechan
ical, chemical or other devices of com
positions which may ignite or explode.
6. Liquids or liquifiable articles,
fragile articles and other admissable
matter when not packed in accordance
with the requirements of the Postal
Laws and Regulations.
7. All other articles which may
kill or in any wise hurt, harm or in
jure another, or damage or deface or
otherwise injure another, or damage
or deface or otherwise injure the mails
or other property.
BEAR THESE FACTS IN MIND
WHEN PACKING YOUR CHRIST
MAS PARCEL
Nothing should goin a Christmas
Parcel which will not keep fresh from
the time of packing until Christmas
Dried fruits and other food products
should be packed in small tin or wood
en boxes, one-quarter to one-half
pound size.
y Hard candy, including chocolate,
would probably be safe in tin foil or
heavy cardboard, but no soft choco
lates or anything that could possibly
be crushed should be used, as the re
maininig contents of the package
might be spoiled thereby.
Several dainties packed in oblong
tin boxes holding each a quarter of
a pound will provide a better variety
for a package than a larger quantity
of a single confection.
No liquids nor articles packed in
glass should be placed in the pack
age.
When the package has been packed,
it should be taken, unwrapped and un
sealed, together with the label and
sufficient stamps to the nearest col
lection center designated by the Red
Cross. After the package has passed
the inspection of the Red Cross re
presentatives as to contents and
weight, and has been wrapped in stout
paper, the Christmas label bearing the
address of the man for whom it is in
tended is placed on it. The person
sending the package, in the presence
of the Red Cross worker, is required
to affix stamps sufficient to carry it
to Hoboken, N. J. The Postal charg
es are to be at the rate of fourth class
or parcel post zone rate. A label cer
tifying that the inspection has been
completed by the Red Cross is placed
on the package, which is left in the
custody of the Red Cross until deliv
ered to the postal authorities.
THE SINS OF
OMISSION
The sins of OMMISSIONS are just
as great as those of commission. If
you can save a soldier's life or keep
him from the horrors of being gassed
by a little effort in saving your
fruit seeds and nut shells, and fail to
do it, what is the result? Aren't you
negligible ?
Scientists in Uncle Sam's employ
have discovered that carbon made
from specified seeds and s"hells will
absorb poison gas more specificially
than other carbons, so the Gas De
fense Division calls for peach, apricot
plum, prune, olive, cherry and date
seeds; and coconut, Brazil nut, hick
ory, walnut and butternut shells. Our
boys are still Hunting Huns and find
ing them; but the Huns leave a death
trail of gas which must be faced in
safety. It is up to the household,
the restaurant, hotel cannery every
place these materials accumulate,
Your Red Cross Chapter will tell you
all about it.
IN BUFFALO
PARK
In Buffalo Park, just outside Paris,
where Buffalo Bill once thrilled Par
isians with his "Wild West" stunts,
Red Cross automobiles have replaced
the old Deadwood Coach. Where the
Indian ponies and bronchos used to be
tethered, lorries and ambulances and
trucks await the call to duty. One
who listens to the tale of 20 ambulan
ce drivers who went out from the park
a few days ago to face four days and
nights of battle, and brought back
ASSETS
OVER
ttOOMiO
CAPITAL
and SURPLUS
$325,018
ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK
Established 1887
The Habit
of Saving
is a habit well worth cultivating. Ten five
three dollars put into a savings account each
week will keep one from drifting into the "spend
it all" class that meets old age with nothing ac
cumulated during life's journey.
St?.ic r. Savings Account Today.
Arizona Central Bank
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits, $325,000
KINGMAN, ARIZONA
two of their number to the hospital,
will realize the story of American ad
venture did not end when the last
Red-skin left the old park .
v
100 PATRIOTISM
The woman who says she hasn't
time to do war work is contempt
uously regarded as a slacker in these
days when everyone with the true
American spirit is up and doing. That
the woman with 100 patriotism can
overcome all odds is demonstrated by
a San Jose mother who takes care of
five children at home, writes to the
son in France, and gives several hours
service daily to the Red Cross Shop.
There is always a way to do it if the
real desire to serve is there.
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Shoulders
All Baking
Cares
Whpn CALUMET
rnmps in. all bakinff
trnnhlea rake auick
leave. You go right
ahead and mix up DaK-
inir materials, for biscuita
cakes anything without fear
of uncertainty. Calumet makes
you forget i aUure.
CALUMET
BAKING POWDER
is the most popular because it does pve
most perfect results. It has the big
gest demand because it is the most df
penaaoie. j ne ia uiai w uw u in
gest seller proves that it is the best.
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none justasgooa."Buyacanii you i
are not satisfied take it oaoc ana ,
get your money naac.
Calumet contains only such ingre
dients 33 nave oeen approver
officially by the u. a. ooa
Auinonues.
Toa nn wlwa jtm fciy it.
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HIGHEST
QUALITY
HIGHEST
AWARDS
Republican
Ticket
GENERAL ELECTION, NOV. 5TH
j The Republicans of Mo
I have County have no apol
'ogy to offer for placing a
partially filled ticket before
the voters at the coming el
jection. In making the nomin
ations places were filled
where the public welfare de
manded that a contest be
,made for the office and men
.were nominated who had the
'qualifications that would ap
jpeal to the voters business
'judgment rather than to
predjudice or partisanship.
I We shall endeavor to have
'our condidates meet the vot
ers of the county before el
ection day but in keeping
with the spirit of the times
when Conservation is public
policy no extensive camp
aign will be made.
Republican County .
Central Committee. -
Judge of the Supreme Court i
A. A. Jayne '
Representative in Congress
Thomas Maddock
t Kinjrman Transfer Oo.
C B. Cassetty, Prop.
Hauling and Storage
We are prepared to haul, move or
slide anything to any place at any
time.
Phone Blue 111
WE BUY ALL KINDS OF
JUNK
PETTENGER & NICHOLS
On East Side of Highway, Ex
treme South End of Fourth St.
Governor
Thomas E. Campbell
Secretary of State
Harry Kay
State Auditor
Chas. W. Fairfield
State Treasurer
James A. Jones
Attorney General
David Benshimol
Superintendent of Public Instruction
H. E. Matthews
Corporation Commissioner
J. G. Compton
State Mine Inspector
JOHN F. White
Member of the House
of Representatives
George A. Shea
Sheriff
J. N. Cohenour
Member of the Board of
Supervisors
J. H. Knight
Treasurer
A. Ver Mehr
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County Attorney
E. E. Armour
I
Constable of Kingman Precinct I'
S.H. Miller ,W

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