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THE MOHAVE COUNTY MINER AND OUR MINERAL WEALTH.
SATURDAY, MARCH 1. 19J9. PAGE FOUR JNEWS 1N0TES .FROM AROUND K1MGMAJN gif Mr. L. J. Sturgeon is the new cashier at the Harvey House and manager of the newstand. Mrs. Sturgeon assists her -husband at the news-stand. They are from Fresno, California, and are accompanied here by Mr. Sturgeon's mother. Mrs. J. G. Burford and six-months old baby girl, arrived in Kingman Wednesday night from the East, joining Mr. Burford, who came here several weeks ago to take the man agement of the Harvey House. William F. Watson and Ethel W. Johnson were married in Kingman Tuesday by Judge Smith. Mr. Watson is from Tom Green County, Texas, and Miss Johnson from Long Beach, California. After the ceremony the couple returned to Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Hilty have rented the Conway house, next to Axel Erickson's home, and expect to move into their new home this week. Bryan will take his old position with the Standard Oil Company at King man. - , Levi Anderson returned this week from Phoenix, where he has spent the last three weeks with Mrs. Anderson and "Bobby." The little fellow is being treated there and '.shows signs of improvement. . .j 1 HOTEL BEALE f . Paul G. Kulen, Los Angeles. Walter W. Ingram, Phoenix. P. H. Zehring. B. W. Cane, San Francisco. G. G. Stuart. Los Angeles. James W. Royal, Home Supply CoJ IS. H. Carpenter, .Peach bpnngs. Ralph Haskins, Los Angeles. Tom King, Hackberry. Mr. and Mrs. Figg, Los Angeles. J. W. Yeast, Kansas City. G. H. Brown, Yucca. .J. H. Reilly, Phoenix. Mrs. A. L. Smith, Gold Road F. A. Boyce, Los Angeles. Ed. Kaieger, Los Angeles. J. L. Beaton, Phoenix. P. P. Graham, Phoenix. S. C. Bagg, Cyclopic. F. H. Hudson, Los Angeles. A, A. Alexander, Prescott. Dr. H. W. Swigert, Prescptt. H. F. Perry, Los Angeles. N. E. Scott, Needles. C. A. Donshire, Los Angeles. L. W. Spare, Los Angeles. Wm. Halpan, Los Angeles. John Garcm, Denver. E. J. Carter, Chloride. S. A. Marean and wife, Apache, Arizona. John F. Gross, Mineral Park. C. A. Imus, Hackberry. Wm. S. Jennings, City. - W. E. Thackery, Fort Mohave. Geo. E. Brown, City. Wm. Cook, Hackberry. J. T. Arery, Los Angeles. ' T. W. Devine, U. S. A. Helen M. Berry, Los Angeles. Gladys St. Charles, Chloride. O. Roberts, Chloride. H. F. Perry, Los Angeles. Bertha Smith, Chloride. George Brown, Yucca. R. R. Kirk, Denver. T. F. Silva, San Jose. Sam Robertson, Yucca. W. C. Howard, City. C. A. Button and wife, Williams. J. S. Button and wife, Williams. L. A. Smith, City. Wm. Tercey, Stockton Hill. E. M. Rogers, Stockton Hill. E. G. Abraham, Denver. C. R. Buchanan, El Paso. W. Sanford, Phoenix. Pat H. Arnold, San Francisco. Leo. P. Lanes, Los Angeles. , C. B. Schoenmehl, Waterberry. S. Martin, Hackberry. W. B. Grant, Los Anegels. C. C. Tallesoni and wife, Phoenix. W. G. Tallesoni, Phoenix. N John Zako, Yucca. Conorer, Oatman. W. A. Burks, Oatman. Wm. T. Kayser, H. B. J J. Alexander, Los Angeles. J. M. Sahbium, San Francisco. Chas. Gattlub, Cincinatti, 0. Leo M. Taler,. Denver. S. E. Lee? Denver. P. H. Zehring, Bouse. Wm. Anderson, Los Angeles. B. Wentefield, Los Angeles. Tom McMillin, Neadles. Zadock ' Sheffield. Oatman. Tom King, H. B. L. A. MacDonald. Chloride. Mrs. Wm. Geucuckv. Needles. 1 COMMERCIAL HOTEL .;. C. W. Kruger, Sherwood, Ore. S. D. Martin, Hackberry. C. M. Mark. J. J. Puttman. C F. Ross, Lost Basin. . Mrs. C. M. Clark, Cherokee. Elmer Tervo. John C. Dodson, Los Angeles. Elmer Welson. L. W. Newton, Yucca, S. D. Martin. L. W. Moore. Josephine Tamborinio, Oatman. Thorra Graves, Walnut Creek. J. W. Jacobs, Kingman. T. J. Hardwich, Sandy. E. L. Chappel, Boise, Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Lauzon, Colorado. P. Blui, Prescott. S. Martin. L. Afirenado. Wm. Blackwell, Ely, Nevada. Joe Hetsez. W. L. Morrow, Hollywood, Cal. Ernest D. AlBoro, E. H. Tennant, Phoenix, Ariz. L. T. Middlebrooks. S. Martin, Hackberry, Ariz. ' VISTS KINGMAN Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cook, Jr., were visitors from Chloride this week. Robert Roscoe has just finished a job of painting on the building oc cupied by the Tarr McComb and Ware Commercial Company. In ad dition to this he has panted three warehouses for the same concern. Jay Gates mutilated a telephone pole at Chloride, Tuesday, when he ran into it with his machine. In cidentally he bruised his machine a little, too. Mr. and Mrs. William Carr have moved to Kingman from the Emerald Isle and will make their home in one of the Anderson Apartments. Mrs. Bradley, mother of Mrs. W. T. T.invillp. has mnvprl to Kincman from Oatman, occupying one of the .Fegau Apartments. Judge E. Elmo Bollinger le.ft the first of the 'week for Nogales where he was called to sit in a case. He expects to be back today. Senator Herndon spent a few days here this weel, returning to the capitol Tuesday. A. E. May has left the employ of the Central Commercial Company and is now in San Francisco. He left Tuesday afternoon. Not The Law's Fault Judge K. M. Landis, of the federal court at Chicago, in the mntter of a suit, growing out of the sale of stock by a South Dakota corporation, made the statement that the corporation laws of South Dakota, New Mexico and Arizona were "mere laying in hospitals for crooked concerns." He went on to say that the laws, of these states were made to get rev enue with the knowledge that it re sults in commercial debauche.'v. Arizona's corporation laws, honest ly administeied, are as good as the laws of any state of the Union. Lax administration of the laws is respon sible for many of the ills Judge Landis complains of. Especially, is this the case in the matter of the loads of oil and mining stocks that have found their way into the mar ket and purchased by the gullable public. Take the case of the Ari zona Ray: This property was ex amined by the California corpora tion commission and the company was refused a permit to sell its shares in that state. And at the same time the commission gave it out that the company was one of the rottenest concerns in the coun Distinctive Fashions For Spring are Here , The secret of eternal youth is readily exposed in these Smart, expressive models and no two alike The gowns we are showing are achieved in Messaline Taffeta Georgette Crepe de Chine So wonderfully colorfu. Td at tempt further description would be a desecration to' the collection. X The Central Commercial Co. Where Quality Meets Price BRUNSWICK HOTEL H. S. Stowe, St. Louis. Ed Iinus and wife, Hackberry. J. S. Burton, Chloride. A. T. Threlkeld, Needles, Cal. M, Patterson, Maruba, Cal. Roy Williams, Sandy. J. L. Cooper, Tucson. Mrs. J. F. Walker, Chloride. aDn Wooley, Chloride. E. Hedberg, Cerbat. Asa W. LeBaron, City. R. W. Alle. Needles: C. B. Bell, Middle Golconda. R. C. Henderson, Cheyenne, Wyo. R. Mellion, Los Angeles. Andrew Scott, City. James W. Royay, Homes Supply Company. , Harry T. Furlong, Denver, Colo. Lok Kee, Chloride. v R. L. Orozco, Jerome. I. A. Cain, City. C. A. Imus, Hackberry. Don Kurturech. A. M. MacDuffe, Chloride. John Polfer, Jerome. Ed. Tenipein, Goldroad. A. L. Sievert and wife, Goldroad. A. B. Magellan, San Francisco. F. A, Hyde. L. H. Parsons, Chloride. Geo. Pemberton, Stockton. 0. L. Penny, Yucca. try. The same was true of some of the oil companies operating in the Chino, Arizona field. These were under the same control as the Ari zona Ray. It was impossible that our own corporation commission was unaware of the character of the Arizona Ray and also of the 'oil company, and why the commission allowed them to skin the public should be a matter for inquiry by our state legislature. While Judge Landis was of the opinion that a large charter fee would deter the obtaining of charters by corpora tions, we cannot see it in that light Charters should only vbe granted when the parties have a real, tangi ble proposition to put, up to the puouc, or ell mast wie jjuuui; uc advised that the proposition is a mere speculation in every one of the advertisements. The protection of the public does not mean that the com panies putting out their shares had to pay a few thousand dollars for a charter, but it should mean that they will get a run for their money, which was not the case in the matter of the two Arizona companies just cited. , LEAVES FOR FLORENCE Paul C Thome left for Florence, Arizona, Tuesday, where he went on legal business in connection with the Silver King. I Miss NJna Uncapher of Mineral Park, entertained twelve ladies of "v Kingman at bridge Wednesday after noon at Brundasres. w , The Ladies' Aid Society of the M. E. Church met at the home of Mrs. Leonard Hoffman Wednesday after noon. Mrs. G. H. Armstrong left King man Wednesday for Bouse, where she will attend to her father, who is seriously ill. J. J. Murphy made a business trip to Chloride Wednesday. Murphy re ports the roads to Chloride are get ting bad. Dr. Shannon and party of twelve visited Kingman Wednesday night and attended the dance at the Rose Tree Candy Shop. County School Superintendent L. A. Lasselle spent a few days at Peach Springs this week on business rela tive to the school there. Max Anderson writes Mr. Allen Ware from Homestead Field, New York, that he expects to receive his discharge in the near future. He is in the aviation branch of the servjpe. W. C. Howard spent Thursday in Kingman. to Loyal americans If you have not sold and do not in tend to sell any of your Liberty bonds, this letter is not intended for yu- If you have sold or contemplate selling any of your Liberty bonds, read and study this letter carefully, then put your Liberty bonds in a safe place and keep them. Speaking recently on the subject of "the selling of Liberty bonds, which has been taking place, the Secretary of the Treasury said: "Our boys at the front in the service, of their government have never quit. If you sell your Lib zerty bonds, you quit at a time when the government needs your continued support. Every time you quit by selling your Liberty bonds, you hurt the credit of your government and make it more difficult to finance the war. The cost of the war continues until peace is signed, and our gallant boys are brought back to American soil." We vish to urge upon every one of you not to sell your Liberty bonds under any circumstances. If you are without food or are about to be dis possessed from your home, then is the Watch Our Windows v Something New Daily Then the new Dress Skirts will be a revelation , "Well, they're , just wonderful," was the expression we overheard. The showing .' is Matlasse, Foul ard, Taffeta, Poulettef Tricolette, Pussy Wijlow. The range of colors too, will be interesting. -Tlt ""IM f 1 1 1 1 WW anOTiBJHBgHWWiysl .LOOK FOR THE CLOCK ' v We have secured the Corporation Trust Company service, which enables us to render you the best service in figuring your income tax. Come in and see us before sending in your return ' The Citizens' Bank Capital $150,000 Kingman and Oatman, Arizona time to consider borrowing money on your bonds, but not until then. This also applfes to War Savings certificate stamps and Thrift Stamps. Do not sell either. Always remember that if the boys who sailed from this country for France, after arriving in France had li-ned and come home without fight ,ijig, we would not be talking ab6ut holding Liberty bonds, but would probably be geting together all we own in the world, each and every one of us, for the purpose of hand Lang?s Theatre Program for Week Ending Feb, 28th SATURDAY, MARCH 1 MARGA.RITE CLARKE "UNCLE TOM'S CABIN" And a Bis: V Comedy REGULAR PRICES. SUNDAY, MARCH 2. ' GEORGE WALSH In "JACK SPURLOCK" Prodigal. Also a Christie Comedy. REGULAR PRICES. MONDAY, MABCH 3. MARY GARDEN -in THE SPLENDID SINNER Also Lloyd Comedy REGULAR PRICES. TUESDAY, MARCH . YOUR UNCLE SAM PRESENTS "AMERICA'S ANSWER" Also U. S. War Review Prices. 17 and 39c. WEDNESDAY, MABCH 5. J. STUART BLACKTON PRESENTS "WILD YOUTH" Also V. S. Series REGULAR PRICES. THURSDAY, MARCH 6. . WM. RUSSELL "MIDNIGHT TRAIL"' And CHARLIE CHAPLIN In "THE CURE'' REGULAR PRICES. FRIDAY, MARCH 7. PARAMOUNT SPECIAL All-Star Cast "THE HUN WITHIN And two-part Sennett Comedy HIDE AN DSEEK DETECTIVES" . Prices, 17c and 39c. The Newest Success in Kingman Boyd's Mohave Dining Room THIRD AND BEALE STS. Special CHICKEN DINNER SUNDAY 75c Ignition, Stationery Electric Motor Repairing, winding;, Et Anto Repairs E. W. KOPPE FOUNDRY MACHINE SHOP AND GARAGE, ACETYLENE WELDING, MACHINE,WORK AND CYLINDER GRINDING MAXES NO DIFFERENCE HOW, LARGE OB SMALL. PISTONS MADE TO FIT. Why send your work out of town wh en you can have It one at home , AND SAVE EXPENSE. PHONE BLUE 221 P. O. BOX 781. We Offer You Our Assistance in computing your income tax. We have received the forms from the department and will be glad to explain any Ques tions you do not understand. ing it over to the Kaiser in tire form of taxes. If Liberty bonds sell at less than par on the exchanges, it is simply be cause a lot of people are dumping them on the market instead of holding them as they should do. These bonds wjll eventually sell at par or above, and your money is safer in them than it would be in any other invest ment. ' If, in the future, the roll is called for holders of Liberty bonds, be sure I you have your badge of honor in the I form of your original Liberty bonds. Here Is a play every one knows and needs no comments, as It has been i played on the legitimate In every town and hamlet In America. D"a 1 n t y Margariet Clarke plays the part of . both "Eva" and "Topsy." Also a Big -f V slapstick. This is a good comedy and starts out with Geo. Walsh and a bear who Is George's ruin, and ls a riot of fun; I then George goes In the onion business L and gets overtpade'A" This picture is j excellent entertainment and don' miss f it. Also a Christie. A strong- heartfeeling story of & woman who paid her great debt In silence, part of the. Etory is set in E ranee and this is where the woman makes the supreme sacrifice to the German staff. Also a Harold Lloyd, slap-stick comedy. , The once -Kaiser said "America would not fight."" This plcVure, Aaken by the U. S. signal- corps'tameramen, shows jou America's answer to the Kaiser's remark. it show's you how really big we are and what we had done thus far. A story by that famous author. Sir Gilbert Parke, and produced by J. Stuart Bluckton, a master director both of which are a guarantee for an r excellent entertainment. Also another U. S. series, "Making a Nation Fit," an interesting picture. How would you like to be a detective, hired to catch a "burglar and find a beautiful damsel was hiding the Jewels all over her own house. WoulS jou wake her up? Well, Charlie Chap lin will be here again in one of his fun makers. A good program. This Is no picture of fancy but of fact. The records of the U. S. Secret Service are filled with just such black and damnable schemes as seen in this, and the U. S. always hands the hun the- , short end. Also a Mack-Sennet fun- ti maker. 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