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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1919.
THE MOHAVE COUNTY MINER AND OUR MINERAL WEALTH. PAGE SEVEN -SENATE SILVER SHAH DOWN i 200 FEET, START Yesterday the mining editor visit "Tsd the camp of .the Senate Silver min es near Hackberry and was surprised with the amount of work that has been Robert DeBritton was in for a few done there since his last visit. An days from Hackberry this week. ideal camp has ben established con- , Bollinger left Wednesday en sistmg of boarding house, bunk hous- rf )n w , , es, dwellings and mine buildings. A i b 10x10 compressor, 35-hp. gas engine, m. C. Cleveland, manager of the and 25-hp. hoist was installed on the Rjco Mine, has purchased a Dodge car. mine and the work of sinking the i . shaft on the big vein was undertaken j George Grantham was in this week last July. Yesterday the shaft had ! from the state highway camp on the reached a depth of 200 feet, a station river. cut ana umbered up in line snape and ,. . ,. Rondv Kichardson. of Abound The Townf 0 ii iEwi flf" the drift started into the vein. i Hackberry, were Kingman visitors The shaft was carried down on the . ,...ol. vein over 100 feet, but a straighten ing up of the vein carried it out of Mrs. B. Ryan, from California, ij the shaft to a point below the 200 i visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. H. foot station level. At this point the Townsend. vein was broken into and shows ai , , TT , fine grade of ore. Just how large the ' T. R Walsh was down from Hack ore body is will not be known until berry Saturday night to attend the the drift is carried into it to the north, j dance at the Rose Tree, where it will be cut through. The ox- Vernon Hubbs came in from the idized part of the vein carries excell-, h vesterdav, wnere he has been for the past few weeks. Howard Smith, Lin Smith and Billy Carr made a trip in from thu s-tate highway camp on the river this week. Mellvill Templeman left for Ana- ent ore, similar tq that found in the old Hackberry in the early life of that property. It is on the same vein and the shaft of the Senate is only 130 feet from the south end line of the Hackberry. When John Howell was ,his work on the 400 level into the heim a ?ho ti aS0' d h,a ,tek"1 ground of what is now the Senate Sil-,a P,ace ,n the GaraEe of G- U- Frank ver and extracted a considerable ton- 'in' nage of high grade ore, .for which he v p Turner, who resides in the had to make settlement with the own- state of 0hi0( ig visitine his niece, ers. At that time this property was Mrs. I. L. Anderson in Kingman this owned by Breon & Spear, merchants wce and mine operators of Mineral Park1 ' and Fort Mohave. The Senate Silver Mrs. S. N. Graves and children re- was lots of water and few deer. Harold Davis has decHi'd that he can't put on enough weight to get ir to the Navy and has taken a job at Welch's goat ranch as n goat pun cher. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Smith and fam ily were visitors of Mr. and Mrs E. F. Cagle Sunday evening aftei which they returned to their home in Goffs. G. I. Gibson accompanied to Phoe nix this week his little nephew Char les William who has beer, visitinj; his grandparents Mr. an! Mrs. George Gibson. M. F. Ryan, who his jut returned from France is visitinc; hi? uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. James P. P.ice at Hackberry. Ryan like-) it here ind expects to remain in Mohave Cuinty. Mrs. F. W. Freeman who has been visiting l-elatives in Kingrnn left Fri day for Seligman where yhe will join her husband, and they .vill .spend a two weeks's visit at the Grand Con- TON MIX IN THE AT PRESCOH OCT. 16 Charles L. Ware, of Pittsburg, spent a few days this week visiting with his brothers, Allen E. Ware and John Ware at Kingman. Later he left for Los Angeles for a short visit before his return east. property has been regarded as an in tegral part of the big Hackberry vein and miners who worked in the proper ties are firm believers in its wonderful potentialities, General Manager A. G. Keating and visitimr relatives and returned to m I TTviMAn Cnnrlnif Airnninrv wrVi AVfl C Vl A 1 mirifc superintendent Sievert are get-!ww sphno1 turned to Kingman early this week ! after spending, some time in San Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sage, of Chloride, Diego. left Monday for a two weeks trip at Ethel Crop was in Kingman Friday I ' . ov ... ... teaching school. Mrs. A. A. Stowe returned to her home in Barstow Thursday evening. Mrs. Stowe is the mother of Mrs. Charles Duncan. Mrs. I. R. Bai-tholomew and children ting big results from the money ex pended on the property and will have it on a producing basis before the stockholders of the company realize it. The company is financed-in Los Angeles by Sam Warmbath and asso ciates and has a treasury sufficient to retUrned last evening from San Fran- unexpected visit. Mr. Staten con carry me wore ueiuw me ouo level. Arizona points. They say that this is their deferred honeymoon. Inci dentally Ray expects to shoot a buck on their trip. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Staten, of Po mona, California, parents of Lear Staten surprised Mr. and Mrs. Staten early this week by paying them an cisco, where they visited with relativ- ' eluded his visit last night and return- es the past three months. ed to the coast but Mrs. btaten re mained for a few days longer. R. S. Billings returned this week from a trip to the Imperial Valley i . ,.. , ., , , , ... to look over the new oil fields there! .W. Coffey, who has been with for Kingman men. He will prepare he Bale Barber Shop for the past i an informal report on his findings'" J?"10' " l""c" - """" " "."" , ... . ., , , . . within iw ,in v Elliotts grocery department, taking The mill at the Hackberry mine is w 'thin .i few days. ' " ,- Special to Mohave County Miner By G. M. Sparkes. Tom Mix, with a company of forty artists, and a carload of horses ar rived in Prescott yesterday. The fam ous Fox Film star is in the Mile High City for the express purpose of tak ing part in the program of the North ern Arizona State Fair, which will be held in Prescott, October 16-17-18th. Every lover of the "movies" knows that when it comes to real western "thrillers' Tom Mix surpasses them all. In addition to the splendid pro gram, which has been arranged by Chairman Lester Ruffner, who won fame as a director of wild west con tests during the 1919 Prescott Fron tier Days, Tom will put pep and gin ger into the general line-up. Fun and frolic will prevail at the Fair. Airplane flights and exhibition stunts will be given by government planes from Rockwell field. Poole Brothers carnival, with good clean concessions, will play during the even ings of the fair and on each night of the fair, dances will be given by Earnest A. Love Post of the Amer ican Legion. The exhibits of the Northern Ari- i zona State Fair will far excel those I of former years. Each county of the j north will be represented with beauti ful displays in the mining, agricul tural, livestock and other departments. From Babbitt Brothers Trading Post, at Flagstaff, will be sent the entire display of rugs, curios and blankets which were shown at the International Farms Congress. A collection of paintings from the Ten Painters Club of California, known as one of the most beautiful collections in America, will be shown in the Art Department. Low excursion rates will be in ef-.j feet from the northern counties to within a radius of seventy-five miles south of Prescott. Keep the dates of the Northern Arizona StateFair in mind and remember that on October 16-17-18th, the biggest treat of the season will be held at Prescott. HACKBERRY MILL HAKES SAVINGS ON GOOD-ORE running on a splendid grade of ore Wallace Keith and H. C. Topp re- Williams the first of the week. Mr. and is making a high saving of the , tm.ne(, Thursday fronl a- hunting trip Coffey has had previous experience in .values. October should be a banner month for the company, as the mine j is 'fast getting in shape to output) enough ore to allow of the mill oper-, ation full 24 hours daily. The ore on the deeper level is being opened through the big ore bodies and some exceptionally rich ore has been found. As soon as the further financing of the Hackberry company is completed another big shaft will be sunk on1 the ore body to the north of the pres ent workings, which will make pos sible the better exploration of the ore bodies without interfering with the. extractio nof ore. The vein near the north end of the Hackberry is very; large and snows good mineralization. SPLENDID ORE BODY STRUCK AT DAISELL south of Seligman. They say there the grocery business. Had Enough Lady Janet; have you given goldfish fresh water, Janet? Janet No, mum. They ain't ished the water I give 'em t'other day yet. Edinburgh Scotsman. the fin- MINER WANT ADDB. BRING RESULTS MinmnlBiTtl. I IBM twin imfWmtUW Business Man To be a business man, whether you are an executive or -a helper implies that you are orderly, systematic, ex act, competent, reliable; that you keep j our appointments; that you pay your debts, that you do all the good you can in all the ways you can. There may be other definitions, but he who measures up to these qualifications is entitled to receive, and does receive the respect and confidence of the community. LOOK FOR THE CLOCK An account at the "CITIZENS" will be a help in the orderly con duct of your affairs. The Citizens' Bank Capital $150,000 Kingman and Oatman, Arizona LttuiutimuuiwnHnirittimriimiinniiimmtirtmimmn L. H. FOSTER! fATENT AND CIVIL E N G I N E E R UNDERGROUND U. S. Mineral Surveyor I kingmam. abizona Knmumtatuu a Hituiiimiiitii HimmttiiiiiuiiiuimiiiiHuiuuuniuitn ADVERTISED LETTERS The following letters remain uncall ed for at the Post Office at Kingman, Ariz .for the week ending Oct. 11, 1919. Ross, J. Corona, Sr., Miguil Batuel, Porter French, Lou Harbin, E. Julian SUMMONS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF MO HAVE COUNTY, STATE OP ARIZONA. If the above letters are not called for at the end of two weeks they will be sent to the Dead Letter Office at San Francisco, Calif. CHARLES METCALFE, Postmaster. MINER WANT ADDS. BRING RESULTS IRENE WRENN, Plaintiff. Vs. JOHN WN WRENN, Defendant. In The Name of the State of Arizona to. JOHN W. WRENN, Defendant. Greeting: You are hereby summoned and requir ed to appear in an action brought again st you by the above named plaintiff in . me superior (jourt or juonave county. State of Arizona, and answer the Com plaint therein filed with the Clerk of . this said Court, within twenty days af ter the service upon you of this Sum mons, if served In this said County, or .in all other cases within thirty days 1 thereafter, the times above mentioned I being exclusive of the day of service, or Judgment by default will be taken against you. I Given under my hand and seal of the I Superior Court of Mohave County, State 1 of Arliona, this 10th day of October, 1 1919. (Seal) J. T. MORGAN, Clerk of said Superior Court. First insertion Oct. 11. Last insertion Nov. 1, 1919-4t-up. WOMEN SHOULD WORK TOGETHER The winze below the 130 foot level in the Daisell mine, at Cerbat, has reached an approximate depth of 225 feet and has entered a splendid body of ore. This ore body is now of ship ping grade and the vein is large and gives promise of permanency. Supt. Erickson is quite enthusiastic over the new ore body and is rushing the work of sinking as fast as possible to get connection with the 300 level. The winze has been connected up with the old 90 foot shaft and is to be made the main working shaft of the property. The Lost Chord "While on his way to the dance Friday night Mr. Carlin left the tune in the mud where he broke off the neck of his violin when he fell." Newport (Ark.) Independent. 1 Iwlw Women must work together, Bays Mrs. Lloyd George. Her views In clude these points: "During the war It was the wom en, working together, who bound up the wounds of their soldiers who did battle for them. Now we are at peace, but there Is still many a rent to be mended in our social fabric, and war's waste and ravage yet to be repaired. And women must still work together ! In this labor of reconstruction. "But If we are then to go on and ! build In the light of the new con- ! ceptions which, learned from war, we are embodying In our peace, then our whole social fabric must be renovated, 1 If not rewoven. "There are immense social prob lems, and for us they can be met sue- I cessfully only if we bring to bear on j them the finest thought of the best minds. Many of these questions are Drlmarllv women's Questions, and I feel the time has come when women can and should play a larger part In national and International affairs. "Yes, the war has brought our men closer together, and It has brought our women closer together, too. They have worked shoulder to shoulder In I war, and now they must work together In peace. "Peace has her problems no less acute than war. And the gracious tact and sympathy and unfailing loyalty of women are needed to help solve these problems." WANT ADS 1914 OVERLAND for sale, cheap. Good engine, in first class condition. Apply to Box 504, Kingman. 1 WANTED Competent Dining Room 1 Girl. Good pay, Taylor's Cafe. WANTED to rent a furnished house. See Edith Buckner. tf. ' DRESSMAKING at your home or, mine. Phone Black 98. Mrs. Cur-1 tis. ' IF ITS FOR SALE See us Blue Line Transfer Co. Blue 160. We will buy from you for cash or han-, die on commission. , BLUE LINE TRANSFER CO. All kinds of hauling. House hold goods ' packed and stored, Second hand ' goods of all kinds bought and sold. New quarters in Band Boys theater. ' Phone Blue 160. House Phone Blue 205. Geo. Sargent, Mgr. APARTMENT for rent at Commercial ' Hotel. Partly furnished. FOR SALE Two desirable business lobs on Front Street cheap. A Pa vell, Box 6, Tempe, Ariz. Candy That Makes You Want More Made in the Crystal Candy Kitchen by an expert. Chocolates, Carmels, Bon-Bons and the famous Crystal Cactus Candy We Appreciate Your Patronage Crystal Confectionery Prepare Now For Your Holiday Fruit Cake Just received a fresh stock of Citron, Orange, and Lemon Peel, Currants, Raisins and Nuts Everything for the FRUIT CAKE. Try Our Chapman Brand Honey A Mohave County Product. FOUR SIZES- Pints Glass 55c Quarts, Glass .... 1.00 Two and One Half lb. Tins .75 5 lb. Tins 1.45 Use a Well Known, Reliable Butter N Brookfield at 70c per pound Fleishman's Yeast 2 Cakes 5c UHm -CQnir d where quality meets price KINGMAN, vVvsS' lb RETAIL.' ARIZONA.