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THE MOHAVE COUNTY MINER AND OUR MINERAL WEALTH. . SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1918.
PAGE FIVE , v M S-O-M-E S H Goodies! rJB SB "the kind wjmSj JH in your JKPHSml Hr mouth HlfeMi Hi light, S3iS H fluffy.tender'aa J JM cakes, biscuits and S, JH doughnuts that just flBf H keep you hanging'' K JH 'round the pantry H V all made with H 9 CALUMET BAKINQ POWDER PP the safest, purest, most H H It drive away bake-day 'ilK H failures." H H You save when you buy it. H K You save when you use it IIH JBj Calumet contains only such H B ingredients ai have been fllK B approved officially by the V U.S. Food Authorities, H HIGHEST m all iln Hie ilia JPersonal Items J al i ' i Jin z5d ANSON H. SMITH Director of Mining Investments Confidential information regarding mining companies and operations on mines. Mine reportrJ:TrycmtR5tiit engineers. CVV'.Wr-vy? v;,- KEASUNABLE RATES Keep in touch vith mine develop ments in Mohave County by subscrib ing to. MOHAVE COUNTY' MINER It has the best mining news to be had of doings in northwf JAjlionni f Kingman, Arizjtfk:; ':!jjj van martt r1 Undertaking Parlors Funeral Directors and Embalmers Orders Taken for Cut Flowers, Wreaths, Etc Agent for Granite and Marble , Monuments PHONE BLUE 81 If You Want Your Work Done Right, go to the best equipped machine and blacksmith shop in Arizona. Spring work a specialty. Oxy Acetyllne, Welding in connec tion. J. C MADDUX, Kingman. 0- I 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. f IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIH E. E. Armour ATTORNEYAT-XAWv Kingman - - Arizona Superintendent Charles Wagner and J. Wilson of the Truxton Canyon In dian Training School at Valentine, vis ited Kingman Wednesday from that place ori business. , Charles Oster, who has extensive mining interests in this county, left Wednesday evening for San Francis co, California, where he will attend to important matters. T. J. Sparkes is confined to his room at the Beale Hotel with an attack of influenza. Deputy, Sheriff C. A. Imus is now about after having a serious case of influenza. A. F. Harris and daughters Irene and Mrs. Eva Cofer are now fast con valescing from the, -ravages of a dose of "flu" at their home in this city. H. C. Zulch and Harry Newton are two of Oatmari citizens who visited Kingman last Sunday . John Fancher was a Kingman visi tor Sunday last from the Big Sandy. Earnest Neal was here Monday from the Big Sandy Neal Ranch. Many persons are looking forward to the chance of shooting a turkey at the Putnam Ranch on the Big Sandy Thanksgiving. Better grease up your musket. M. B. Lauzon came in from the Col orado River lat Tuesday for a load of supplies. H. L. Hill of San Bernardino, Calif ornia, was1 here for a day this week from that place. V. J. Hill visited here Tuesday from Trout Creek. Frank Kirby of Phoenix was one of Kingman's visitors this week. Doctor E .S .Miller, the well known and popular physician .of Flagstaff, Arizona, is in Kingman this week at tending to professional duties. A. Patterson was in Kingman dur ing the past week from Prescott, Ari zona. Lutie Paxton of Flagstaff was a visitor here one day this week from that city. F. A. Weage came up from Phoenix Tuesday last and visited here for a day or so. , L. F .Rothe is iri town after a trip to the hills of a month or more. Joe Lee and Geo. A. Vice are Sandy ites who spent several days here the early part of the week just passed. L .E .Moore was. in Kingman Tues day from the Big Sandy. Mr. Moore is one of the more recent additions to the Sandy section but says that he likes the country and will make his home there. John H. Baker is again' in "Kingman asking his many patrons how many icarloads of "blasts" they want. A. 'X. lhrelkeld of Needles was in town last Tuesday . U. V. Dillon and Charles Puckett are two of the force at the Standard .Minerals Camp who visited Kingman this week from that place. Frank Packard and wife were in town Wednesday from Hackberry. Kenneth C. Kuencer, U. S. N. ar rived this week from Mare Island in response to notice of the serious ill ness of his father here. Mr. Kuen cer, Sr. is now up and about and fast recovering his strength. Frank Humphrey and wife are Levi athan.Mine residents who visited here Monday of this week . E. B.. Gilbert of Needles was in Kingman last Monday. R. C. Neville came in from Oatman Monday last and visited here for a day . James B. Gregg of the Standard Minerals Camp was a Kingman visi tor Tuesday of this week. D. E .Kelley came up from Needles last Tuesday and registered at the Beale. Charles Canall spent several days of this week as a visitor to Kingman from Coconino County attending to business for his company, the West ern Union Telegraph Company. Mr. Canall is one of Arizona's oldest res idents and renews acquaintances with many friends at eack visit to this sec tion . N. F. Wykoff is one o fthe latest arrivals to this section from Jerome. , R. V. Reed of Jerome Arizona ar rived here from that place this week 'early. Charles L. Moore came down from Holbrook, Arizona Wednesday last and was a guest of the Beale Hotel that night. Mrs. Frank Reimer was one of Wed nesday's arrivals from Flagstaff, Arizona, coming to join her husband at Oatman, who had preceded her by some days to the Gold Camp. H. F. Dillman is a Phoenixite who visited Kingman Wednesday of this week . C. J. Wilson of the Round Valley Ranch spent a couple of days as a business visitor to Kingman this week from that place. Charles A. Dutton returned from Bremerton, Washington the first of this week in response to a. call from here notifying him of the" serious ill ness of his mother. Mr. Dutton has been employed in the ship yards at that place for the greater part of the past year. W. B. (Dad) Small ..returned this week from Kansas, where he has been a resident since leaving this section, a couple of years back. Mr- Small is well kndwn to many of the people here having resided here for some years and during part of that time was oc cupied in ranching the "Potato Patch" in the Wallapai Mountains. Charles Seeley is now one of ii the "regulars" of the Central Commercial Company force here) arriving from Oatman the first of this week to take up his duties. Mr. Seeley has been a resident of Mohave County for five years or more past and the greatest part of that time has been spent as manager of the Central Commercial Company branch at that place. Mr. Seeley leaves many friends in the Gold Camp and we know that he comes to many here, who are glad to see him become a resident of Kingman. Homer Gaddis and wife were visi tors to Kingman this week from the Oneida Ranch- ' L. A. Newton was one of Kingman's visitors from Yucca this week. Roy Cornell spent several days here this wek from the Standard Minerals Camp. H. G. Murphy is one of the "flu" victims, who is now slowly recupera ting strength, making a first appear ance on the streets one day this week. Guy D- Atlee and wife are now fast recovering from an attack of influen za. George Wolheter is now able to be about on the streets although very weak still tfrom the effect of a com bined attack of influenza and pneu monia. He was so ill that for a time his life was despaired of but a strong constitution and the careful nursing of his wife, who was called from Los Angeles, brought him back to the land of the, living. Dr. J. H Jetty, wife and son were Kingman visitors this week from Oatman. B. H.'Hart and Joe Daniels came down from Hackberry last Sunday and were Kingman visitors for sever al days this week . E.. T. Ferguson is a Phoenixite who paid a business call to Kingman this week. Bernard Vogt was here for several days this week from Chloride. E. C. Bradshaw and wife are two who visited here from the Hamme Camp this week. Frank Reimer returned to Oatman this week from Flagstaff to tako charge of the Central Commercial Company branch store at that camp. Frank is filling the vacancy recently caused by the transfer of Charles See ley to the Kingman store. A. C. Goodwill was a visitor to Kingman this week from Stockton Hill, where he is working on the Foun tain Head property at that place. He reports that he is nearing the vein, the cutting of which he anticipates will make a favorable showing. There was born to the wife of E. R. Alderson last Saturday morning a baby boy. All,' concerned are pro gressing favorably. Clifford Potts. IT. S. N., passed through Kingman yesterday enroute to New York, where he expects to be assigned to one of Uncle Sam's ves sels in the Atlantic. Cliff is one of Kingman's boys, having grown to man hood here, although during the last few years he has- been a resident of Santa Ana. Calif. A large! crowd of friends and former; school mates met him at the depot to wish him good luck on his journey. Mrs. L. W. Quinlan is a visitor here from Winslow, Arizona, from which place she arived-last week to visit with her husband, L. W. Quinlan, man ager of the Arizona Stores Company oi tnis place. She will return to her home in the above city today. J. H Hopkins, cashier for the Ari zona Stores here, was called to Los Angeles lasA week to attend the fun eral of his sister Miss Sadie Hop kins, who passed away in that city from the effects of an attack of in fluenza. Just preceding his return a brother, William Hopkins,, who has goie to that city from Phoenix, Ari zona, was stricken with the same mal ady and is now seriously ill. Mr. Hop kins is remaining there to attend this brother. J. S. Amundsen is spending a ten day business trip in Williams, Ari zona. Genevieve Potter Case and Dolly Potter Epps, sisters and writers of note of the Pacific Coast, who have been visiting in Kingman for the past month or more, departed for Glendale, California the first of this week and they will visit with friends there for some time before returning to their home iri Los Angeles. F. N. Ransom was a visitor to King man Thursday from Yampai. Jesse S. Hulet, wife and baby girl arrived from Navajo, Arizona Thurs day evening and are visiting with rel atives here. M. W. Hamilton is now spending (Continued on Page 8) iiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiijiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiii W Mf M BOOK OF INTEREST '-hi w'ufjjJiBB Tjnn "JfQGfiiBlXlJRfl Look For the Clock to all-especially young mar ried folk, is the SAVINGS PASSBOOK. Read it over often. Every time you read it you'll find something new added to it which is of more interest. Let us start you with one of our Savings Books. Jfe will be glad to do it. We pay five per cent interest' on Savings Accounts. f The Citizens' Bank , , Capital $156,000 KINGMAN, ARIZONA, i TTiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiif $ Enjoy Your THANKSGIVING DINNER AT MISS ENGLISH'S Young milk fed Turkey with all thd extras-Plenty of I apple cider WILLARD SERVICE STATION Just got a Willard Battery - Kept it for a while Like it better all the time So said one of our now regular Wjllard patrons so will you when you try a WILLARD Come in and "see our complete line. We have now in charge of our repair department one of the best mechanics ver to enter Kingman try him and be convinced of his ability. i We are vulcanizers carry second hand tires and cars accessor ies, oils and gasoline. OLD TRAILS GARAGE M. G. Wagner, Prop. Phone Blue 30 Kingman, Arizona MONTE WILLIS STANDARD AUTO STAGE OFFICE: BEALE HOTEL LOBBY, -tfHQNE BLUE 147 . BONDED CARS COMPETENT DRIVERS Car Leaves Kingman for Oatman . 8:30 A.XM.' ' Returning, LeavesjOatmatv 2:00 P. M?' , . ,. . -,... Jj. v ''I - Wanteds - Results n: cir x.? OFFICIAL ELECTION RETURNS EAST KINGMAN WEST KINGMAN OATMAN CHLORIDE GOLCONDA .. GOLDROAD HACKBERRY YUCCA FRISCO TROUT CREEK OWENS WHITNEY SHORT CREEK . LITTLEFIELD WALLAPAI SPRINGS .. MINERAL PARK SIGNAL CERBAT BURRQ CREEK YUCCA TUNGSTEN SECRET PASS .'. PEACH SPRINGS CYCLOPIC GLENWOOD MOCCASIN KEOHAN'S RANCH .. .. STOCKTON HILL TOPOCK FORT MOHAVE GRAND GULCH WILLIAMS TUNGSTEN PEACOCK COPPERViLLE MT. TRUMBULL WILLOWS , SOLDIERS' VOTE TOTALS g ?? Ml SI a n t-1 M w State Senator f r H H House Represen tatives to X H Sheriff X o M ton Supervisors 210 S01 267 164 4 ' 12 34 34 13 14 20 hi 15 27 d0 7 14 1 7 13 8 5 13 5 14 10 15 16 7 6 215 207 241 147 5 11 30 36 13 14 15 16 14 28 11 7 13 1 8 12 6 5 13 5 13 7 9 16 16 7 8 84 j 1581 'J4 229 80 4 9 19 23 5 11 6 14 13 28 8 3 8 1 1 4 5 4 11 4 8 6 i 3 7 9 16 1 3 150 63 86 1 1 13 19 9 4 14 4 7 1 3 6 6 3 7 10 3 2 150 31 266 126 3 9 27 25 11 12 12 16 16 27 5 3 2 1 4 10 5 5 12 2 12 7 11 10 18 1118 125 47 63 2 5 13 25 3 4 10 2 6 2 8 5 13 3 5 4 4 1 1 3 3 2 192 201 236 147 4 11 34 30 12 15 , 16 17 14 28 10 41 111 II 51 131 7 5 13 5 13 8 12 14 171 ' Treasurer X c w M to a x w Recorder 176 156 208 76 1 14 27 25 11 13 8 16 13 28 7 5 10 1 6 11 2 .1 10 3 8 4 12 9 16 121 118 174 163 5 8 18 22 5 11 4 15 13 27 6 4 2 3 8 4 6 11 2 11 4 4 8 14 167 158 76 66 4 4 19 33 9 3 .20 5 7 1 . 9 9 14 4 6 3 9 4 3 3 3 6 6 141 2 3 6 71 8 2031 66 181 76 235 161 29 .35 13 14 19 17 13 .28 6 6 13 1 7 13 5 5 10 5 14 5 37 16 8 11 -1 SB X O' r o - ST 3 County . 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