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Mohave County miner and our mineral wealth. (Kingman, Ariz.) 1918-1922, October 06, 1922, Automobile Section, Image 13

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FRIDAY OCTOBER 6 1922
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The office of a gasoline service sta
tion is located where a storehouse of
military supplies and a magazine ex
isted when Bedford Pennsylvania was
a frontier post in the eighteenth cen
tury It la a little stone house almost
hidden among several low rambling
frame sheds During the Whiskey Re
bellion in 1794 more than 5000 troops
were quartered on the grounds adjoin
THE MOHAVE COUNTY MINER and OUR MINERAL WEALTH
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ing it and President Washington -and
his first cabinet were once established
a block away The old house was also
used as a detention place for escaped
slaves who were caught on the under
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dia which is an effective remedy for
malaria andblaekwer fever
BETTER BABIES CONTEST
ATPRESCOTT FAIR
Prescott Arizona Sept 28 Spec
ial Twenty beautiful bouncing ba
bies have already been entered in
the Better Babies Contest which will
be held under the auspices of the
Northern Arizona State Fair Assoc
iation during October 19-20-21 the
dates of the Tenth Annual Northern
Fair To this energetic Association
must be given the credit for having
first instituted the Better Babies
contest in the State of Arizona Ful
ly realizing that the most important
crop to Arizona is that of her babies
the Northern contest has been fol
lowed by states of the Southwest and
also by the Arizona State Fair
This contest is in charge of Miss
Catherine O Beagin R N as man
ager and Alfred B Carr as superin
tendent and is open to all babies of
Northern Arizona between the ages of
six months and thirty six months
There are three classes divided as
follows Class 1 boys and girls from
six months to twelve months Class
2 boys and girls thirteen months to
twenty foUr months Class 3 boys
and girls twenty five months to thirty-six
months
All entries on October 14th 1922
at five P M This is necessary ow
ing to the great amount of care and
time which is taken in the examin
ations of the babies Entry blanks
will be mailed on request and ap
pointments for examination will be
mailed in ample time before the con
test opens All questions on blanks
submitted to parents must be answ
ered No child suffering from any
acute constitutional or contagious di
sease may be entered
a he examinations will begin at
nine thirty on the morning of Octo
ber 19th at the Baby Pavilion AH
judging will be under the rules of the
American Medical Association and
their standard score card will be
used a copy of which will be mailed
to the parents after completion Com
petent nurses and doctors will be in
charge and all judging and handling
o fthe babies will be under the moU
sanitary conditions possible-
All babies entered in the contest
will be eligible to the Prettiest Baby
contest although this is one of the
minor divisions of the Better Babies
contest and it will again be decided
by the mothers of the contestants by
using the Australian Ballof voting
for three best choices first choice
will receive five points second four
points and third three points The
baby receiving the most Doints in ih
ballot shall be considered the choice
of the mothers as the prettiest baby
in the 1922 contest
Beautiful and appropriate prizes
including Native copper loving cups
and many other prizes will be award
ed in all classes
Mothers desiring totake advantaze
of this wonderful opportunty of learn
ing first hand just how their babies
are progressing should immediately
make out entry blanks
The Order of Railway Telegraphers
a ZARIBA PLANNING
FALL CEREMONIAL WITH
WEALTH OF NEW STUNTS
With the appointment of special
committees for the great fall cere
monial of 1 Zaribah temple Mystic
Shrine scheduled for Oct 30 all the
arrangements for what is planned as
the livest and most interesting cere
monial vere held in Phoenix have been
completed
Dr Nelson C Bledsoe whose home
is in Bisbee attended the states ses
sion of the temple and promised a
large class from the southern part of
the state
The nobles who attended the con
vention of directors in Kansas City
last spring had an unusual opportunity
to view all the paraphernalia for the
initiatory work of the organization
and number of new stunts will fea
ture this ceremonial
It is said that many of the old
stunts have been discarded so that
under the supervision of the director
and his assistants the fall ceremonial
promises to surpass all former efforts
in novelty pep and originality
The old Shriner who may have be
come indifferent to the usual stunts
will find much to enjoy in the instal
lation of the new devices that will
contribute hugely to his satisfaction
and appreciation
The dinner this year will begin at
530 oclock in the ofternoon and con
tinue until 9 It will be under the di
rection of competent chefs
The grand ball will take place in
the auditorium the following night
Many new and novel features will be
introduced
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PREPARING REGULATION
ONJIGSANDY UNO
The following letter written to Con
gressman Carl Hayden gives some in
formation to those interested in ex
change of lands on the Big Sandy
Washington Sep 19
Hon Carl Hayden
House of Representatives
My Dear Mr Hayden
The Department is in receipt of
your inquiry of September 6 1922
relative to the adjustment of claims be kept in Arizona
in certain townships in Arizona un
der the Act of August 24 1922
Regulations to govern exchanges
under this Act are now being prepar
ed by the General Land Office and
when ready for distribution a copy
will be mailed to you and additional
ones may be obtained from the Gener
al Land Office and the district land
office at Phoenix Arizona
Respectfully
E C FINNEY
First Assistant Secretary
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ONION STATION DEPOT
BE BUILT AT PHOENIX
Phoenix Sept 30 Arizona con
tractors will be given every opportun
ity to enter bids for the construction
of the union station to be erected here
according to assurances given the Ari
zona Industrial Congress by the San
ta Fe and Arizona Kastem railroads
which are to build the new depot
Construction of the new union sta
tion is expected to be one of the lar
gest building jobs of the year in Ari
zona and builders of the state will
be offered every advantage in pre
paring bids for the work Similarly
Arizona materials will be used as much
as possible m the structure
of the two roads have in
formed the Industrial Congress they
expect a number of- proposals from
contractors of this state and that they
eee no reason why the contract should
not be given in Arizona instead of
outside The contract will be let to
the lowest bidder of course and
awarded on a strictly business basis
but the railroads feel that Arizonians
being on the ground and having their
organizations near at Hand f have a
good chance to be successful
The new union station exclusive of
tracks etc will cost in the neighbor
hood of a half a million dollars and
the total investment will be well above
that figure The contract will be hand
led -jointly by R P Ball chief engi
neer of the Santa Fe Coast Lines at
Los Angeles and J C McClure chief
engineer of the Arizona Eastern at
Tucson Bids are now being received
at the office of Mr Ball and will be
opened by him and Mr McClure Oct
ober 19th It is understood the con
tract will carry a time limit for com
pletion and provide for the beginn
ing of construction at an early date
F L Hanna assistant general
freight and passenger ageptnof the
Santa Fe with headquarters here has
informed the congress that the two
roads hope to have as many bids as
possible from Arizona contractors and
named several who were at work on
proposals In addition to plans and
specifications sent to a number of in
dividual builders by the railroads when
bids were first called for the Indus
trial Congress recently called the at
tention of the contractors and builders
organizations to the station contract
expressing the hope that the work can
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