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Mohave County miner. [volume] (Mineral Park, A.T. [Ariz.]) 1882-1918, August 03, 1918, Image 2

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MOHAVE COUNTY MINER, SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1918.
WATER PIPE
CHEAP FOR CASH
25,000 feet 3-inch and 4
inch screw pipe, near Oat
man, Arizona. Cheap for
cash to close account of
clients. Call or write to
CHAS. L. LEWIS
Attorney at Law
KINGMAN ARIZ.
Musings of
Doc, the Duck
E. E. ARMOUR
Atto rney-at-Law
I KINGMAN ARIZONA
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.Ii ENGINEERS TO
INCREASE WAR WORK
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MEETS DEATH
NEW ORK, July 30. Some 7000. and nr. r.nnronriate mtm-tainment nro-
minmg engineers, members' of thP . i u .u i
'American Institute of Mining Enri 81301 ,S bemE P Cd
! neers, are shoulder to shoulder in thP I hundri Colorado members. One of
endeavor both to stimulate war min-!116 special features of the entertain
eral production and to convert min- j ment will be an auto drive to the top
erals to the highest possible service in ! of Pike's Peak.
me war. in an eiion to increase the
Peach Springs Trading
Post
Hualpai Indian Reservation
E. H. CARPENTER, Prop.
Staple Groceries, Lunch Goods
Soft Drinks, Fruit, Cigars
Tobacco, Red Crown Gaso-
line, Zeroline Oil
Peach Springs Ariz.
.
J Kingman Transfer Co.
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
THE
scope of their war service, the Ameri-
! can Institute of Mining Engineers will
I meet in Colorado during th4 week of
"Well," says Doc the Duck, "it j September 2 to take up vital problems
seems rather hard to burden the peo-jof immediate importance,
pie with what I think of the slacker,
but in the face of some happenings
hereabout, I cannot refrain from one
more statement in regard to this mucii
despised 'critter.'
"Don't get it into your head,
though," says the Duckling, "that all
of these said slackers are of the male
variety, for I have seen some of the
worst of them among the members of
the gentler sex.
"Think of a perfectly good house
wife worrying about how much sugar
and flour she can get for her house
hold needs without the restraint of the
food administration. Then think again
about the fair young creature, who in
fact has worlds of time to burn, and
who tells you that she is so busy that
she cannot find the time to help the
Red Cross Chapter with their sew
ing. "In a sentimental moment, it strains
ones' imagination, in the face of the
stress of the times through which we
The sections of Colorado to be visit
ed are rich in many war minerals of
importance, including ferro alloys, ra
dium, molybdenite ores and pyrites.
Those who are directing the plans
for tho CrAcirartn mppHnp nrp nc -fnl-
.ujinii;; engineers irom every section lows.
of the country will attend. During the j Committee in Charge-Spencer Pen
meeting, trips are to be made fromjrose chairman. E. A. Carlton, chair
Colorado Springs to the Cripple Creek man finance committee. Georre iL
district, Pueblo, the Leadville district, ! Tay,orjVice chairman. j. Dawson
and Boulder. The week's session will ; Hawkins, secretary Denver Commit
open in Denver on the second of Sep- j tees.
tember. and will that evenine move to Arrangement Dave G. Miller, F.
Colorado Springs, which will be the
principal headquarters for the dura
tion of the meeting.
This is the first meeting of the en
tire institute in Colorado since 1S96,
Bulkley, Geo. E. Collins
Entertainment F. H. Bostwick, F.
E. Shepard, Howland Bancroft, B. P.
Morse, J. G. Perry.
Finance T. B. Stearns, Richard A.
Parker, T. B. Burbridge.
ST. JOHN'S M. E. CHURCH
The Sunday School meets at 10
o'clock. Good music, good class at
tendance and patriotic teachers makes
the school a success.
Dr. A. W. Adkinson of Los Angeles,
superintendent of the Arizona Mission,
will occupy the pulpit next Sunday
morning. A cordial invitation is ex-
: i : 1 - - .t.
..A -j j; .... . tended to all to hear Dr. Adkinson.
"Our idea of the one worst thing in
the whole wide, wide world," says the 1
Doc, "is this destestable inhabitant of I
this country of ours and we care not '
whether it be one of the brave (?)
boys, who are afraid to get into the
ranks, the fair young thing, who is
too busy to help the ladies of the Red I
Cross or whether it is the slacker!
housewife, with her scrupulous avoid-
r r 1 t: tj.
not which it is, thev are all slackers, .',,. . , b ...
STRIKE AT JEROME
IS CALLED OFF
The threatened strike at Jerome is
SOLDiER BOY PASSES THROUGH
Mrs. Alonzo Ferra, of Gold Road,
was ;n Kingman the greater part of
this week to greet her soldier boy
when he passed through. He arrived
Wednesday and the mother was over
joyed to see him- Eddie Ferra is said
to be one of the most! proficient men
in Ca.-.ip Kearney with the rifle and
bayonet, there being few men in that
big camp who can say that they are ;
Joe Tandrow, who formerly was sec
tion foreman in Kingman and after
ward entered the train service, was
killed at Puntennev. function nf thv
Prescott, Phoenix and Santa Fe rail
road with the Clarkdale road, last
veek Wednesday. Tandrow was
switching in the yard and in getting
off a car his key chain caught on a
projection, throwing him beneath the
wheeis. His head was severed from
his body and he was otherwise man
cled. He leaves a wife and hvn rhil-
dren st Clarkdale.
Deceased lived in Kingman a num
ber of j ears ago and has many warm
friends here.
TRANSFERRED TO
FIELD ARTILLERY
Cleve Walker, at one time teleprnnh
operator at Hackberry, has been trans
ferred from the infantrv at Camn
Cody to the field artillery at Fort Sill,
Oklahoma. Many of the other boys
have taken transfer from the New
Mexico camp to the artillery and oth
er units of the big army.
FROM YAVAPAI COUNTY
Tony G. Walter, of Simmons, Yava
pai county, was in Kingman yesterday
to look after important business. Mr.
Walter ii the owner of a big cattle
rancn and a farm in Williamson val
ley a id reports that it is showing up
excellently.
KINGMAN HIGH SCHOOL
The schools of Kingman, including
the high school, will open for the fall
and winter sessions on the 15th of
September. The schools are now of
sufficient capacity to care for all ap
plicants and it is to be hoped that
there will be a full attendance. White
many of the boys of school ago have
joined the colors there are many young
fellows and girls left to make up re
spectable classes in all the schools.
The boards have engaged an excellent
corps of teachers and retains W. L.
Linville as superintendent of the
grammar and high schools.
RIG LABOR STRIKE
ll&j
and are SLACKERS in
sense of this word-
Food will win the war save it
Si
Toilet
Artie
es
for the bath and dressing table you
will always find pure and high
grade at Watkins'. Our fine soaps
suit the most delicate skins, and
our creams and lotions for sunburn,
tan and freckles are soothing and
efficacious. For the babies our
powders are a delight when bought
at Wallons'.
H. H. WATKINS
! allowed them by Hywell Davies, fed-
. eral mediator. The miners asked for
an advance of $1.10 a day, but the ap
peal of Secretary Wilson and the ac-
' tion of Mr. Davies caused the men to
reconsider their demands and all have
I gone back to work. The miners of
, Jerome until recently were not con
sidered in the wage question with the
southern mines, but the demand of
, the government to stabilize miners
I wages caused an increase to the Mi-
1 ami scale by the employers of the big
: camp. It is thought that there will be
I no further difficulty between mine
employes and employers during the
j war, as the big fellows are willing to
I readjust wage scale with any advance
in the price of copper-
HOLD TWELVE
The Blue Line Transfer Co.
I Twelve men have been held for aid
ing and abeting in the killing of ex-
1 Sheriff James R. Lowery, at Verde,
, two wt eks ago. The men are alleged
to have made it possible for the mur-
Iderer, Hernandez, to make his escape
I from the camp, and will be prosecuted
QUIETUS
THE BANK WITH
A CHIME CLOCK
in Eng'jinil was no sooner on that it
was off again, as the orders to send
all men who struck into the army did
not appeal to the men. At the same
time the munition workers of Wool
wich jolted the strikers at Coventry
with a tel"gran: accusing them of aid
ing the enemy and that every man
who stood jn the way of victory was
a traitor ihe country. The men
have all returned and peace reigns for
a while yet.
SHOWS UP ILL
The new shaft on the Berkeley
mine, which now stands at a depth of
SO feet, is showing up excellent qual
ity of ore. Samples taken across two
feet of ere gave results of $70 silver.
Water is now making its appearance
in the shaft and it ii thought that I
hen the permanent water level is
reached better ore will be encountered, j
The work of clearing the old shaft of
water has been completed and miners
Young
Ladies:
We want to extend a special invita
tion to the young ladies of this com
munity to open an account at this
bank. You are cordially invited to
come in and have the reason explained
to you. You will find a delightful
surprise at the simplicity of keeping
an account and we assure you that
the business training, saving habit
and financial help thus obtained will
be invaluable to you. It is not neces
sary for you to have a large amount
to deposit we open an account for any
amount, however small. We will be
pleased to see you at any time.
The Citizen's Bank
I KINGMAN, CAPITAL, $100,000.00 ARIZONA.
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
ALL KINDS OF HAULING
HOUSEHOLD GOODS PACKED AND STORED
SECOND-HAND GOODS BOUGHT AND SOLD
as accessory after the fact. Only are now clearing the drift of caves and
a nominal bail was required of the debris- From this drift the other vein ,
New Quarters in Band Boys' Theater
RESIDENCE PHONE 203
men, but they were unable to give it.
These men were in the cabin when
Lowery and the other officer went
i there to make the arrest and knew
where the man went after the shoot
ing, but they refused to disclose his
whereabouts.
PHONE BLUE 2G0
THE FOREMAN OF
THE BEEF DEPT.
Announces the arrival of
a car of prime steers
from the Phoenix pas
tures this week. Meat
cards will not be issued
against this supply, but
the government requests
CONSERVATION
. M. George
il FONE 4 Kingman, Arizona
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This Is Our Winter
of Test
I ERVIXG food Is a lo
cal problem for each
community. Prices
and definite rules for
every one cannot be
formulated. It
Is a duty for
each one to
eat only so
much as Is
necessary to
maintain the
human body
neaiLhy and strong. This winter
of 1918 Is the period when Is to
be tested here In America wheth
er our people are capable of vol
untary Individual sacrifice to
save the world. That Is the pur
pose of the organization of the
United States Food Administra
tion by voluntary effort to pro
vide the food that the world
aeeds.
O. S. FOOD ADMINISTRATION
JOINS AVIATION MECHANICS
Melvin Templeman, a native King
,man boy, has joined the aviation me
chanics, having been passed as 100 per
'cent perfect. Melvin went to Los An
tgeles a few days ago, bearing with
him his mother's permission to join
the colors, being but 17 years of age.
He will begin active service at once
and wo know that he will make good.
Jlelvin is a splendid boy and his moth
er may well feel proud of him.
will probably be crossed and the ore '
body there opened. The ore body in '
il.n4- nnw4. .1. t T
mm, pit ui me vein is large ana
yielded considerable rich ore in the by
gone days.
Reliable information, suggestions, reservations no charge. We especially desire to
hear from parties. lodges, societies, and organizations. Auto stage tickets and seat
reservations secured. (Daily service. San Francisco to Imperial Valley. Camp Kearny.
Riverside Aviation Field, etc) Autos furnished for private use. reliable, competent
drivers, go anywhere. Write, phone, or call. LANE'S TRAVEL SERVICE BUREAU,
822 WEST SIXTH STREET, LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA. Phones: Pico 1007,
Home 10743.
DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS
TO BE HERE AUG.
LOS ANGELES
HOTEL LEE
Better save a little now than give
it all to "Kaiser Bill." Buy a stamp.
Well, Dug has not been here for a
long time, but he of the smile, broad
and genial, will be seen in his latest,
"Mr. FL It," which affords so many
surprises and laughs that it can easily
be given the distinction of being one of
the best in which this athletic star
evtr appeared. "Mr. Fix It" will fix
anything and if you should break a rib
laughing at him he will "fix it"
Sixth and
Figueroa Sis.
Modern European
RATES 73e to $3.00
ROOM WITH BATH J1.00 UP
Special Summer and Weekly Rates
All depot cars pass the door. Garage
connected. Cafe next door.
WM. B. CLARK, Prop.
LOS ANGELES
GATES Hotel $1j
Sixth and
Firneroa Sts.
Fireproof
Cafe and Restaurant. Garage in con
nection. Close to Stores. Theaters and
all Car Lines. Los Angeles' Finest
Tourist and Family Hosteriy. Take
Taxi at Our Expense.
LEE HOLLADAY. Pres. and Mgr.
GEO. A. COLLINS. Sec'y.
Buy Thrift Stamp3.
Food will win the war save it.
WALLAPAIS MARRY
Forest Dasma and Elizabeth Cook,
members of the Wallapaj tribe, were
wedded yesterday morning by Justice
of the Peace Smith. The couple were ,
eaucatea in tne Truxton canyon school.
Buy Thrift Stamps
MONDAY
AUG. 5
Douglas Fairbanks
IN
"MR FIX IT"
And a Two-Part Universal Comedy
"OH, BABY"
Two Shows, 7, 8:30 -Admission 15, 35c
WAR TAX ADDED '.
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