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MOHAVE COUNTY MINER, SATURDAY, AUGUST C, 1018.
SEVEN if i E9 s 5 5 g m I rr 15 Ed 1? I m 13 An Stores zona 24th Year in Kingman Co. Fruits and Vegetables FRESH EVERY DAY Can All You Can While You Can Apricots, per lb 10c Plums, per lb 10c 12i2c Grapes, per lb. . Peaches, per lb. Grapefruit, 4 for Oranges, per doz Strawberries, per box15c Crabapples, lb 12Vc Tomatoes, 3 lbs Lettuce, per head Green Chili, lb 25c 60c 2oc -20c New Potatoes, 7 lbs 25c Cucumbers, each 5c Cabbage, per lb 7c Bell Peppers, lb 25c Green Com, per doz. Young Onions, bunch Radishes, bunch .7oc 5c 5c Men's Dept. "A Good Front Counts" Summer Models in Cool Palm Beach Suits 8.50 $10.50 $11.50 Summer Underwear Kool as Ice Athletics and Knits $1.25 $1.50 $2.00 Holeproof Hose Special This week only 33 l-3c Pair MEN'S TROUSERS The Kind That Fit $3.00 $4.00 $5.00 $6.50 Make Your Feet Glad with a Pair of Our Crossett Shoes $7.50 $8.00 $8.50 Work Shoes for Mining Men $4.00 $6.50 Wear a Pair of Our Guar anteed Army Model Shoes $6.50 Hardware Dept. Weekly Special Hot Weather Will be With Us for 3 Months More Siberia Refrigerators 9 Walls1 in Every One Reg. Spc'I. Price Price .$16.75 $13.40 . 28.00 22.40 . 25.00 . 32.50 . 35.00 No. No. No. No. 409 511 510 513. No. 514 20.00 25.99 27.99 OSBORN DEFINES POUGY; BE BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION The old idea that public office is a , chattel to be handled hither and yon I WHAT AVE FIGHT FOR eleti0n is rap"!' eivinsl The high aims of America and her a to the more sane application of , allies ere well expressed in President the elementary rules of ordinary bus- Wilson's gicetings to France on Bas lness, wnicn declare that a man who ile day knows Irs tiade and can secure the As Krance celebrated our Fourth I tne,man ? lem t of July, s do we celebrate her Four The business of running the state teenth I:etnJ conscious o a comrade. of Arizona la a big job. It requires f n, A , ... ,. keen business insight, and ability of a high order. The business manager (governor) cf a state, must be a close Fair Food Prices t The following official quotations the maximum retail prices that r j be charged for the foodstuffs name I as fixed by the Kingman Fair Price j committee of the food administration: Wheat flour, $1.50 to $1.65 for 25 Ib. sack. Corn flour, 8 1-3 cents per lb. Corn meal, 7 to 8 1-3 cents per lb. Corn grits and hominy, 8& to 10 cents per lb. Oatmeal and rolled oats. hulk. RV. j to 0 cents per lb. uatmeal and rolled oats, packages, 151.- cents per packane. Barley flour, 8 3-4 to 9 cents per lb. Columbia Graphophones and Record at City Prices CUTLERY Large and Complete Line Selected Goods Pocket Knives Butcher Knives Carving Sets, Cleavers, Steels, and Saws AUTO LUNCH KITS Complete for 6 People with Thermos Bottles $10.00 Arizona Stores Co WE ARE HERE TO SERVE YOU ' U. S. Food Administration License No. G2665S buyer and clever salesman. He must Fee to it that his boss (the people) are fully projected. If he attends to the business of the job he will have little time to waste on building fences and developing grudges. According to the propaganda being issued by Sidney P. Osborn, who wants to be governor of Arizona, one of the chief reasons why he should be nominated at tee September primaries is because he "has been with the conduct of the state of Ari zona over since it has been a state anC before- He was i member of the con stitutional convention which framed the magna chaita under which we are now living, lie was Dom ana reared in the stale, Rice flour, 12 cents per lb. we are deeply proud The sea seems Rice Blue Ro'se d , very narrow today, France is so close jn,. ' p neighbor to our hearts. The war is fir! c,,. 01 4 vv ubui, - wciiis per 19. Beans, dried, 12 to 12 cents per lb. being fought to save ourselves from! intolerable things, but it is also being fought to save mankind. We extend our hands to each other, to the great political j i ii. 1 personal ,, -,,,. ... ... ' ... , cents per can. . ..(.auu1,uJu!,uaaa8 Canned tomatoes, 14 to 16 " f" I. :r. t, . " 7 ""'per can. once matf .'V nooie rarerpnse 01 Canned standard, 16 conceptions that have lifted France and America high among the free peo ples of the world. The French flag Crisco, 33 1-3 cents per lb. Evaporated milk, 12 to 13 cents per can. canned corn, standard, 14 to 16 cents r",1.1 - flics today from the staff of the mite House, and America is happy to do lionor to that flag." Cur boys are giving their lives; we are only asked to lend our savings. He knows it and If yrc consider yourself 100 per cent he knows its reeds and its people. He American prove it. Carry your Thrift has been s-ecretary of state, and act- card and add a stamp to it every time imr srovemor. He has shown himself you can. Show that you stand for a capable executive, and has specializ-; freedom and democracy and are in ed in the very things most needed to i terostcd in the fight to crush autoc give the people of the state a busi- racy and kultur. r.css administration. 'Why experiment ?" he asks. "Why Vc expect, as a matter of course, take on .-in untried rkipper when there that our soldiers and sailors will do is a seasoned pilot, at hand?" as they are ordered. We oftentimes do This, of course, is political argu- not think it necessary to do what our ment, and is intended to influence vo- government asks us to do. Why should ters. !we not be just as prompt in our re- "F-ut," Osbiin concludes his appeal, ' sppnsc 7 Our men are ordered to ex- "isn t it the truth?' pose tliemseives to tne guns 01 me Huns. We are asked only to save and to loan cur savings to the govern ment. Can we refuse this request? At a bargain, two-ton More land truck in first class condi tion; used only short time. Equipped with stake platform body for freighting. Further information and terms can be had by inquiry of WHIPPLE GETS APPROPRIATION The big appropriation bill of con gress carries with it an appropriation of $1,800,000 for the remodeling, ex- jt ;s not encugh to deplore what the tension and improvement of Whipple Germans have done. That will not barracks. It is probable that old Fort nurt tne Germans; they don't care Whipple will be made a convalescent wnat vou think of them. Help your can.p, and there are really few places jrovermnenc to fight them. That is that are more suitable tnan tnai ai- tnc only thing that counts with a Cer titude for certain ailments, and no nian vhen you save and buy War more pleasing surroundings than the Savings Stamps you attack a German pinn-clao hills of old Yavapai. ;n the place where it hurts. to IS cents per can. Corn syrup, Blue, 2s, 25 cents per can. Corn syrup, Blue, 5s, 50 to 55 cents per can. Corn syrup, Blue, 10s, $1 to $1.10 per can. Corn syrup, Red, 2s, 25 cents pc can. Corn syrup, Red, 5s, 60 cents can. Corn syrup, Red, 10s, $1.15 per ca Raisins, 11 to 15 cents per lb. Apples, 20 cents per lb. Apricots, 25 cents per lb. Apricots, 25 cents per lb Peaches, 19 cents per lb. Prunes, 18 cents per lb. Bacon (standard), 50 cents per lb. Ham (standard), 40 cents per lb. Potatoes (by sack), $3.00 per cwt. Potatoes, 50-lb. lots, $1.65. Potatoes, 25-lb. lots, 85 cents, t'otatces, 7-lb. lots, 25 cents. Butter, 55 to 65 cents per lb. Cheese, 35 cents per lb. RATIFICATION OF CONVENTION BETWEEN U. S. AND BRITAIN Buy Thrift Stamps Buy Thrift Stamps New Departures in Millinery 3 m J. H. Smith - Miner Office or C. L. Hoffman - Chloride One must be thoroughly versed lu , the art of millinery to recognize all 1 the gradations In the several types of hats. It is getting a little difficult for the amateur to classify them, but the expert places each hat at a glance. This variation of the different types 1 gives more room than ever for the ex ercise of Individual taste and dls- crimination, but In classifying the new ! hats we must take the expert's word for It. With this explanation the statement that the large hat shown at the left j of the picture above belongs among ! sport hats, may stand a chance of be ! Ing believed. This Is a sport hat de I luxe, that Is, a dressy hat that reflects ; sports styles. It has made Its appear I ance along with sport skirts of heavy, j high-luster satins and sleeveless vel ; vet coats. A new name Is needed for ! this particular kind of apparel In i which women lend countenance to I sports. A very handsome French lint j of this kind was made by covering a large shape of grass-green cocoanut braid with flowered chiffon In gay col ors and patterns that resemble cre tonne. The chiffon Is stretched over the crown and upper brim smoothly. 1 About the hat there are small clusters I of green oats, little crabapples and 1 blackberries, set at the base of the crown. At the right of the picture a salloi shape with leghorn brim and tuscan crown Is trimmed with a fancy feather The Recruiting Convention between Great Britain and the United States uecomcs effective July 31, and termi nateb on September 28. During this 63-dny period all Britons and Cana dianr betvc3n the ages of 20 to 44, in clusive, aro privileged to offer their cervices to their own country at a time when every man is urgently need ed. MMV ; Arrangements have been effected ! whereby, during these sixty days, all British subjects named will be exempt I from the American draft and can en 1 lis; at any recruiting depot of the Eritish and Canadian Recruitings jMs i xcn. Jf you arc a Briton or Canadian subject, this holds true even if you have been placed in class one by your local araft board, or even if you havs taken out first citizenship papers in the United States. Be fere this period elapses all Brit ons and Canadians of 20 years of age and these between the ages of 31 and 44, both inclusive, will be required to register on a date fixed by proclama tion by the president and thirty daj. after registration men of these age will be liable to the American draft It is hoped that, during this spe cial volunteer enlistment period, man men will grasp the opportunity to en list in the army of their own country so they may fight shoulder to shoulder with their own countrymen. Information as to rates of pay, sep aiation allowance, etc., may be had upon application to the British and Canadian Recruiting Depot, 268 Mar ket sticot, San Francisco. made of partly burnt and partly nat ural ostrich. The 'hape proclaims a street hat and Its trimming lifts It Into I wa uie pinne or semiuress nats tnat are so highly useful. The small tuscan hat with Its sash of ribbon and facing of crepe supports a huge ostrich pom- pon that Is splendid enough for any state occasion. We do not need the word of an expert to decide that this Is a dress hat pure and simple, more accurately described as pure and com pi ex. Shapes Are Novel. The simpler the parasol, the smarter It Is. Prevailing shapes are very nov el, few. Indeed, following the lines of the old-time umbrella. The handles are of medium length with wrist loops or rings, which make them easy to carry. An artistic affair Is of rose figured taffeta effectively trimmed with ruffles of self material. Bonnet and Apron to Match. An ample sunbonnet on poke lines and a play apron, both of gingham, are trimmed with rlcrac braid. The kid dle would adore them and the iuothei would appreciate the value of the shade for baby's face and the profee tlon afforded by such a practical aprcii Dry Goods Economist. ONE WAY TO STOP U-BOATS ((By GuyHubbart) This little lady was a blonde and weighed only 105 pounds, and clerkcl m a department store for $12 a week. She had never been to Chicaeo. vet she sank a German U-boat Is that fighting? You bet it is. Her name is Lilly Frill. She sell laces m a small city department sto less than 6no miles from Chicago- C naa never Leei to Chicago. It took iio much money. Her beau, one of tta boys in thfc store, marched away to .".I? '.ept for a day or two. of course. She missed her beau. Any girl would weep. But Lilly didn't weep long. She lai l aside tears and began to fight. She fought right there in her little home town. She began to sell War Savings Stamps along with laces and neckwear and things. She had read that one depth bomb would shatter the biggest U-boat afioat, and she knew the U boats were lurking for the transport that carried her beau overseas. She asked someone how much it took to manufacture c depth bomb and when she found out she took the amount as her share of the fighting and started out to sell War Savinirs StamDs un ta that amount r.t least. "-Money'Il stop those pirates." Lillv said to herself, "and I'm going to ston one. I am goiiiji to sell a Thrift St.in or a War Savings Stamp to every cus tomer who comes my way." Lilly l rill did it. She's doing it y a little girl, blonde and slender and not so very pretty. Think it over a moment, Mr. Merchant! How many Lilly Friils Lave you got in your store. Help them to sell stamps to get money to crush the German army and the Geman V bests- Well win if vou d hene.rbfT what Lilly said; "I'm k ng to stop cne U-boat." She did with Thrift Stamps.