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Mohave County miner and our mineral wealth. (Kingman, Ariz.) 1918-1922, July 31, 1920, Image 7

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SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1920.
THE MOHAVE COUNTY MINER A ND OUR MINERAL WEALTH.
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Around The Town
Dr. Stark is adding wire wheels to
his Chevrolet.
Mrs. E. G. Dubois left yesterday
on a vacation trip.
E. M. (Dad) Binford is going to
make the run for Justice of the Peace,
Kingman Precinct.
Bob Blum returned from a vacation
trip to the coast Monday.
John H. Ware and son Junior left
for the east Thursday. They will be
gone about two months.
John Ward was a Kingman visitor
yesterday, bringing in a load of his
now famous watermelons.
George Kleiber is now at Johnston,
about 25 miles from Death Valley
unction, where he is doing some car
penter work.
Mrs. Minnie Sherman, wife of
Charles Sherman is in Los Angeles at
one of the hospitals, where she went
to undergo an operation.
Blanche and Peggy Parsons return
ed Wednesday from a four day trip
to the Canyon. Blanche left the fol-
day for San Francisco.
flowing
Mrs. C. Walters and children and
Mrs. Walter's mother, Mrs. I. M.
Seargeant, left for the coast Thurs
day where they expect to remain for
a month.
C. J. Walters, manager-cashier of
the Citizens bank of Kingman, re
turned from a months' visit with his
parents in Iowa. He reports having
had a most interesting visit.
Misses Waretta and Nono Puckett
from San Pedro, Cal., are visiting at
i the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Frost.
it9f A very pleasant party was given to
J them Tuesday eve, 20 guests being
present.
James B. Uncapher, of Mineral
Park and John St. Charles, of Chlo
ride, have started out on an auto trip
that will take them to the state of
Washington, where they will fish and
I hunt for a month. v
William Hoffman, former Chloride
resident now living at Stoddard, met
with an accident recently which may
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and fifty million dollars), for Mo
have and part of San Bernardino
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in first letter to Th. von Rolf, Gen.
Agt., Box 372, Phoenix, Arizona.
TIRE TALK
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Reliability is absolutely essential
in repairing and rebuilding of
tires. Realizing the importance
of this reliability to our custom
ers, we announce the installation
of the most modern tire repair
equipment in this county. You
may be one who has already
learned its value in tire repairing
and Rebuilding. Repairing tires
under the proper conditions is the
most economical thing you can
do. It saves thousands of mijps
tlfat would otherwise be lost.
But the work must be reliable if
you arij.to reap any returns on
your investment. You need not
take any more risks. Our shop is
operated by men that have made
tire repairing their profession.
Come to us in the same (spirit
that you would go to the diamond
merchant. His reliability must
be unquestioned, because his ad
vice is invaluable. ff
Underwood Tire Co.
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prove fatal, when he fell down a shaft
of a mine near his home. Mr. Hoff
man is a son-in-law of Charles Shull
of Chleride.
The son of Mrs. Henry Ogle, the
unfortunate woman who was killed
here the Fourth, came to Kingman
this week for the car. The boy says
his father is in a state of semi-paralysis
as a result of the accident.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Tarr and small
daughter arrived in Kingman from
the coast Thursday. Mr. Tarr will
remain in Kingman for several days
while Mrs. Tarr will go to Lake Mary
for a visit with her mother, Mrs. C.
R. Van Marter, who has a cottage
there.
Brad St. Charles is now at Casa
Grande, manager of the Western
Union Telegraph Company's branch
at that place. Brad says it is hot
there and not the same as his fav
orite city, Kingman.
A. F. Harris and family arrived
yesterday evening from California
and will hereafter make Kingman
their home. The farm in California
has been disposed of so that there will
be no ties to bind them to the Golden
State.
Judge E. E. Bollinger will take care
of urgent matters in the Superior
Court of Mohave County until Thurs
day, when he will leave for Prescott
where he has been called to hold
court for Judge Sweeney, of that city.
RAINS HELPED SOME
THIS PAST .WEEK
The past week weather conditions
have changed somewhat in Mohave
County, there being some rainfall and
cloudy weather generally. The total
rainfall in Kingman for the week was
.85 inches, with more in the valleys
especially up towards Hackberry.
Mohave County will probably have
considerable rainfall from now on.
CALLS ELECTION
CLERK OF COURT
Tall Talk.
If there is no other way of getting
a message as high as Mars, we might
let our prices talk. Baltimore Sun.
After ruling for and against the
election of Clerk of the Superior
Court, Attorney General Wiley E.
Jones has advised the Secretary of
State that an election for clerk of
the court must be held in this county.
Attorney General Jones Thursday last
wired Anson H. Smith of the Miner, I
as follows: I
"On my advice Secretary of State
sends order by mail to include Court j
Clerk in election call.
WILEY E. JONES,
Attorney General."
A peculiar condition arose in the
matter of the clerk of the superior
court in this county. Lon Teale, the
sitting clerk of the court, was a can
didate for re-election, two years ago
and was elected without opposition.
Following the election and before he
could qualify for the term to which
he had been elected, JIr. Teale was
taken,' ill and died. Frank N. Van
Marter was appointed to fill the va
cancy and it was understood that he
would hold that office until the elec-
Graves Baby Drinks
Acid, Has Narrow Escape
Prompt action on the part of the
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Graves,
saved their little daughter from death
when she drank from a bottle of mur
iatic acid that had been left within
her reach at the Davis ranch on the
Big Sandy, last Wednesday evening.
Antidotes were administered as soon
as it was learned that the little one
had drank the poison and she was
rushed by automobile to the Fanchcr
ranch at Cane Springs, where the
I faster car of William Sitton was im
I pressed into service and the trip con
' tinued to Kingman. Drs. Todt and
White worked over the little one and
j at the present time she is well on the
road to recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. Graves wishes to ex
press their thanks to the many friends
who extended aid and comfort during
the severe illness of the child. Mrs.
W. J. Waidler, of Yuma, a sister of
Mr. Graves, is expected here from
Yuma to nurse the little one, being
a graduate nurse from Mercy hos
pital at Phoenix.
tion in 1920. The boqrd of super
visors that came in on the first Mon
day in January, 1919, thought other
wise and appointed J. T. Morgan to
the vacancy (?). Morgan brought
suit for the office and the matter was
threshed out (jn demurrer. Judge
O'Connor, of Santa Cruz county, tried
the cause and decided in favor of Mr.
Morgan. Notice of appeal was giv
en, but the matter 'was settled be
tween Mr. Morgan and Mr. Van Mar
ter. At the time of the suit it was
understood from the ruling of Judge
O'Connor that there would be at the
next succeeding election an election
to fill the vacancy, but the case of
State Tax Commissioner Kuechfer
came up to change the opinion of the
Attorney General and as a result the
superior court clerkship was consid
ered in the same light and was left off
the call for the primary. Itwill now
go on the ballot.
PETTY OFFICER
Teddy Braffet, who has been in the
navy for sometime has now been ad
vanced to petty officer. Ted is work
ing to secure an education in electric
ity and those who know him feel that
he is bound to succeed. He has vis
ited his family here four times since
his removal to San Diego.
MRS. AREY DEAD
It is reported here that Mrs. R. J.
Arey, wife of a former1 engineer of
the Santa Fe engineering department,
had died at the family home in Los
Angeles. The family was well known
to many of the people of Kingman
and the sympathy of these old timers
goes out to the children and husband.
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Open Evenings Only During the Hot Weather
EVERYONE WELCOME
Armour Block on E. Beale St., Kingman, Ariz.
BARGAINS
IN USED CARS
Cadillac
Hubmobile
Buick "6"
1 Studebaker "6"
1 Chevrolet "4-90"
1 Maxwell
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Prompt and efficient service is the
steady aim of this bank.
In receiving deposits, making loans,
selling exchange on distant points,
selling travelers cheques, writing in
surance and conducting a general
banking business, we are supplying a
large variety of wants.
We respectfully solicit your banking business in whatever line
it may be.
The Citizens' Bank
Capital $150,000
Resources Over One and One-Half Million Dollar
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NOTICE
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The Office of
Dr. S. S. STARK, Dentist
KINGMAN, - - ARIZONA
Will be Closed frorn August 15 to
September 1, while the doctor
is away on his vacation
Judge SAM L. PATTEE
of the Superior Court of Pima County
Candidate for
JUSTICE I SUPREME COURT
At the Democratic Primaries
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