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THE MOHAVE COUNTY MINER AND OUR MINERAL WHALTH. SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1920. Political Announcements FOR CLERK OF THE SUPERIOR COURT I hereby announce my candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Clerk of the Superior Court, for the unexpired term, subject to the will of the voters in the Primary Election. J. H. SMITH. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY I hereby announce my candidacy for the Democratic Nomina tion for County Attorney, subject to the will of the voters in the Primary Election. FOR SHERIFF I hereby announce my candidacy for the Democratic Nomina tion for re-election to the office of Sheriff, subject to the will of the voters in the Primary Election. W. P. MAHONEY. FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS I hereby announce my candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Superintendent of Schools, subject to the will of the voters at the Primary Election. MRS. R. A. LASSELL. HIGH WATER IN THE COLORADO The first high water of the spring flood in the Colorado River passed Topock early this week, the peak be ing -quite high. The river is falling, but it is expected that there will be a great flood about the 20th of June, the late snows and heavy freezes of late spring retarding the melting of the snows in the mountains. Unusu ally heavy rains have been falling in the Rocky mountain region, which will take the snows off with a rush, the runoff probably reaching Topock late in June. The floods have been eating into the west bank of the river above Needles, but it is not thought that any great damage will result, NEW POST-OFFICE A new post office ahs been Estab lished at Mount Trumbull, Mohave County, Arizona, and is to be supplied from Wolf Hole, twenty-six miles dis tant. o "At Kingman July 4-5". WANT ADS 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. MEN WANTED TO SELL GROCER IESSELLING EXPERIENCE NOT NECESSARY One of world's largest Grocers, (capital over fl, 000,000.00) wants ambitjqus men in 'your locality to sell direct to con sumer nationally known brands of an extensive line oi groceries, paints, roofings, lubricating oils, stock foods, etc. No capital re quired. 'Write today. State age ana occupation. John Sexton & Co., 352 W. Illinois St, Chicago, 111. WANTED To buy Liberty Bonds. Address Box U 522, Kingman, tf. FOR SALEl-Buick four, in good con dition. Good buy for cash. Ap ply Mint Cafe. J. B. LAMMERS buys, sells, rents, and improves property. Also esti mating, appraising, adjusting a specialty. IF IT IS FOR SALE See us Blue Line Transfer Co. Blue 160. We will buy from you for cash or han dle on commission. FOR SALE Dodge touring car in good condition. Box 721, Kingman. HOUSES FOR SALE Several from $2200.00 to $12,600. See Lammers. WANTED By competent cook, posi tion at a mine. Mountain camp preferred. Inquire Miner Office. FOR RENT, Furnished apartment. Anderson Apartments. it. LOST Fob with Knights of Pythias charm. Return to Miner Office and I receive reward. A. H. Smith. Oil Cook Stove Sale JOHN M. HINES, JR. RECEPTION FOR MRS. JOHN WARE The largest affair of its kind giv en in Kingman this year, was the re ception last Saturday afternoon given by Mrs. Allen E. Ware at her home for her daughter, Mrs. John Allen Ware.. The house was prettily decoratedJ ior tne occasion and during the af ternoon the guests were treated to musical selections by Mrs. H. W. Barefoot and Mrs. J. R. Thompson! Besides were vocal solos by Miss Claire Dodd and Miss Madge Shriver, accompanied by Miss Gladys St. Charles and readings by Mrs. Harry T. Smith. Refreshments were served during the afternon in the dining room. About 150 ladies attended during the afternoon. p LADIES AID The Ladies Aid wil meet in the Church Parlors next Wnrlnpsrimr of 2:30 P. M. All are cordially invited. fi REDUCTION SALE iMay 22 until June 7 i jBelow is a list gains found j First: Voils, organdys and plain patterns. Second: Voil dresses, wash waists. j Third: Great reduction on i I Fourth: Bargains in broken sizes of shoes. 14 Days of Rare Bargains NICKELL & Next Week Arizona Stores JUDGE BOLLINGER HANDS DOWN SHEEP CASE DECISION (Continued From Page 1) rquiring a license fee or other method ' that may be foundj'necessary. The decision is one of the most complete ever handed down by a jud icial tribunal of the state, and to our minds is conclusive. The judgment goes further and sustains the convic tion of Smith, and orders that the judgment of the justice's court be en forced. The reason of the importance of this cause lies in the fact that the sheepmen of Utah annually drive in to the county of Mohave fully 200,000 head of sheep and many cattle and horses to graze on the rich grasses of our northern strip. The new law be came operative this year and our of ficers got busy. The first sheepmen to come under the purview of the law paid their license fee with little de mur, but when Smith was tackled for the money he demurred and his arrest followed. There being no available justice of the peace in that part of Mohave County he was brought to Kingman, a distance of about 400 miles, where he was found guilty. His appeal to the supreme court of the state was summarily dis missed without hearing. The refusal of Smith to pay license fee resulted in other men who had given their check in payment to stop payment be fore the check was presented to the bank upon which it was drawn. These men will be summarily taken into cus tody unless they come through with the amount and the resulting costs. Incidentally it will make possible the collection of about $50,000 in license fees and a great deal of property tax. notice! The Chloride Pythian Club extend their thanks and appreciation to Brother Knights and Pythian Sisters, also public in general for their attend ance and support, in dance given by this club, May 8th, 1920. Signed members, CHLORIDE PYTHIAN CLUB. MARRIED HERE John Sawyer Raybum and Charlotte H. Cook, both of Needles were mar ried here Monday by Justice of the Peace J. H. Smith. After the ceremony the newly-weds returned to Needles. O Mohave County 2nd Annual Rodeo at Kingman, July 4-5. "At Kingman July 4-5". of the Bar in this sale flaxons, both fancy and skirts, voil blouses and ready-to-wear hats, s COMPANY Co. YUCCA Miss Mona Rudy is convalescing from a two weeks confinement with the measles. Mr .and Mrs. ChasiBly and Mrs. Jeanette Dunlap spent last Sunday at Buena Vista Ranche. The Jane family have the scarlet fever ,so says Dr. Tilton who was in Yucca to see them last Sunday. The roundups are still going on, and the coming calf crop is proving very gratifying to the cowmen. A fire, a murderous assault upon a burro, and all the attendant excite ment furnished Yucca folks no little entertainment Monday. No fatalities. Jack Montgomery of the McCcrack-H en is busy perfecting a flying machine that is to mount into the etheredl blue without any gas. We aro curious but here's success. Tony Hill recently purchased the Midget mine in Aubrey Peak District, from Mr. Doyle. He is working on it with a view to making it a producer in the near future. Riley Johnson was in from Casta nada Wells last Saturday. Mr. John son states the water there is not suf ficient for more than 200 head of cat tle and he has removed some to the Bill Williams below Castanado, where the water supply is available. Will the doctor who put "quaran tine" into effect in Yucca, kindly bring a dictionary to the parties so designated, and have a deputy sheriff stationed outside to enforce regula tions? During the recent measles quarantine in town the marooned (?) party was our most conspicious per son on the street. "Watch 'em Go", July 4-5. fl. COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL (Continued From Front Page) ers of a Millinery Shop, were each in imitable in their several parts. Particular credit is given this pro gram as it was original, all numbers except the musical, having been work ed out by the members of the Class. a Mohave County 2nd Annual Rodeo at Kingman, July 4-5. Kodak Work F. H. McCLURE Kingman, Arizona. Expert PHOTOGRAPHER KODAK WORK Enlarging Coloring frTrt totf it W.'.fl hash J- . T-5 IrnRfflSHPPjeaH5- -- nr.ENU . "Uir in r JOHN ST. CHARLES MUCH IMPROVED The friends of John St. Charles will be glad to learn that he is well on the road to recovery. Mr. St. Charles was a very sick man for several days. He had typho-pneumonia and his chances for recovery were not good at one time. Keane St. Charles, who was called here on account of his brother's ill ness, will remain here for the time being. JESSIE IMUS WINS DIAMOND RING Jesse Imus was the winner of the diamond ring given by the "gift king" last week, to the young lady who re ceived the most votes. It is a very nice little ring. Miss Imus wishes .to thank her friends who voted 'for her and made it possible for her to get the prize. Mohave County 2nd Annual Rodeo at Kingman, July 4-5. You have tried the rest, i Now try the best j f STORE FOR ANYTHING AND " j EVERYTHING IN Groceries Hardware . .i. Dry Goods psafi&SSiJKsfc-- ' Men's Wear Millinery & Footwear .wv. ,.- an(J X' Infants Wear. Your Dress Pattern is Here. Phone in all departments ARIZONA STORES CO. 1 (The Home of I Air Pipe & Tanks PLUMBING & HEATING AXEL ERICSON Phone Blue 48 Kineman. Ariz.. Box 733 "& Let's settle this right No man ever smoked a better cigarette than Camel! You'll find Camels unequalled by any cigarette in the world at any price because Camels combine every feature that can make a cigarette supreme Camels expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos puts Camels in a class by themselves. Their smoothness will appeal to you, and permit you to smoke liberally without tir ing your taste ! Camels leave no unpleasant ciga xetty aftertaste nor unpleasant cigaretty odor ! You'll prefer Camels blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight ! Camala an told mnrywhen in scientifically Mated PJf fonn1 C"""B f" 30 cents, or fen pack- -.-. ---.(. icuea; m a tiaaame-paper-connd carton Wa strongly recommend thia carton fyr tarn ttom or office supply or when you Irani R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. Winston-Salem, N. C ' ...'' OIL LEASES FOR SALE IN PROVEN FIELD Have one section lease, right up against the Muir Well, at fif teen dollars per acre, five acre t X lots and up. Send your order and remittance to Sierra Blanca State Bank and receive your lease. Had party at well Wed nesday drawing oil. They re-' ported favorably. R. A. BRUNDAGE Sierra Blanca, Texas. v, i ,'!". "' i . J -.-Ui w Low Prices) - , , - . v -w & now!