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Mohave County miner and our mineral wealth. (Kingman, Ariz.) 1918-1922, July 24, 1920, Image 12

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THE MOHAVE COU
MINER AND OUR MINERAL WEALTH.
SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1920.
Political Announcements
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" FOR SUPERVISOR
1 hereby announce my candidacy for the office of County Supervisor of
Mohave ''County, on the Democratic ticket, subject to the will of the voters
at the coming Primary election.
M. G. .WAGNER.
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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. i ""
J. H. SMITH.
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY
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I hereby announce my candidacy for the Democratic
Nomination for County Attorney, subject to the will of
the voters in the Primary Election.
JOHN M. HINES, JR. .
FOR SHERIFF
I hereby announce my candidacy for the Democratic' Nomina
tion for re-election to the office of Sheriff, subject to thjj 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.
x MRS. R. A. LASSELL.
FOR SUPERVISOR'
. I hereby announce my candidacy for the democratic nomination for
Supervisor, subject to the will of the voters in the Primary election.
J . J. C WILSON.?
,. FOR SUPERVISOR
I hereby announce my candidacy for the Democratic nomination for
Supervisor, subject to the will of the voters in the1 Primary election.
DEL SHERER.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER
I hereby announce my candidacy for the Democratic nomination of
County Treasurer, subject to the will of the voters at the Primary election.
WAYNE HUBBS.
FOR COUNTY RECORDER
I hereby announce my candidacy for the Democratic nomination for
County Recorder, subject to the will of the voters in the Primary election.
L R. BARTHOLOMEW. '
tfOR STATE SENATOR
I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of State Senator, on
the Democratic ticket, subject to the will 'of the voters of Mohave County at
the coming: Primary election.
JAMES CURTIN. '
FOR STATE SENATOR
I hereby announce my candidacy for the Democratic nomination of
Btate Senator, subject to the will of the voters at the Primary election.
J. F. ZION.
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE
I hereby announce my candidacy for Democratic nomination of State
Representative, subject to the will of the voters at the Primary election.
E.L. BOOTH.
FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR
I announce that I am a candidate for the Democratic nomination for
the office of United States Senator for Arizona.
R. C. STANFORD.
FOR STATE SENATOR
N I hereby announce my candidacy for re-election to the State Senate, on
the Democratic ticket, subject to the will of the voters at the coming Primary
election.
C. W. HERNDON.
FOR SUPERVISOR
I hereby announce my Candidacy for the office of Supervisor of Mohave
County,, on the Democratic ticket, subject to the will of the voters at the
coming Primary election.
JOHN W.WARD.
FOR COUNTY RECORDER
I hereby announce my candidacy for the Democratic nomina'tion for
County Recorder, subject to the will of the voters in the Primary Election.
W. H. WELSH.
(Continued from Page 1)
"WILDCATS': DEFEAT
FLAGSTAFF BATTERY "A
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FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE
I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of State Representative
from Mohave County on the Democratic ticket, subject to the will of the
voters at the coming Primary election.
' W- A. (JAKE) NEAL, JR.
FOR SUPERVISOR
I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of County Supervisor
on the Democratic ticket, subject to the will of the voters at the coming
Primary.
W. B. STEPHENS.
! v s FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR
H hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Assessor of Mohave
County on the Democratic' ticket, subject to the will of the voters at the
Primary Election.
W.fO. RUGGLES.
1 FOR SECRETARY OF STATE
I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the Democratic nomination
for Secretary of State, subject to the decision of the voters at the primary
election in September.
EDWARD A. CARROL.
FOR JUSTICE OFTHE PEACE
I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Justice of the Peace,
'Kingman Prec(nct, on the Democratic ticket, subject to the will of the voters
at the coming Primary election.
F. N. VAN MARTER.
H FOR CONSTABLE, KINGMAN PRECINCT
I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Constable, Kingman
Precinct, on the Democratic ticket, subject to the will of the voters at the
coming Primary election.
GEORGE JVL ADAMS.
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY
I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of County Attorney on
the Democratic ticket, subject to the will of the voters at the coming Primary
lection.
V.IP. LUCAS.
on the theory that Tommy was a right
field hitter. But Hayes was as wise
as the Flagstaff bunch for he knock
ed a screaming Tiit over third base
and well into left field, i When the
smoke cleared, Robinson and Price
had scored and Hayes was resting
comfortably on third. TWO OUT,
FOUR RUNS AND A MAN ON
THIRD. Knorr up, and as usual,
Louie can hit, when a hit is most nec
essary, so he unloosened a dandy
double scoring Hayes. MacMillan
went out on a grounder to second, and
the inning was over. It was a glor
ious session and put Howard up
among the Flagstaff clouds. His
passport to the, showers was signed,
sealed and delivered.
Mr. May", the lad who made us
hungry at Flagstaff was called to the
rescue ,and he kept the Wildcats very
tame for the three innings he faced
them. May is a real pitcher.
Smith got into a bad hole in the
eighth, for there were Flagstaff runs
perched on first and third with one
out. The runner on first naturally
believed he could steal second stand
ing up, but the strong arm of Price
cut him off in his youth. A run was
scored on the play, but the bases were
cleared, and all danger passed.
Flagstaff could make no impression
on Smith in the ninth innmg, and they,
went out, one, two, three.
The scores of the last two games
the Wildcats have played have dem
onstrated the value of one run. Our
opponents are nowwell practiced in
the game, and the season of big scores
was over. To win, we mhst play bet
ter ball than the otherd fellow, and
not depend on our hitting ability
alone. The swat-festf time is gone,
and the era of errorless baseball must
commence.
After the game, the casket contain
ing the last remains of "Flagstaff's
Hopes" was escorted about preceded
by the Kingman Band, and followed
by innumerable happy mourners. Al
though all hope had failed, our "Wild
cat" still perched upon the coffin lest
someone should perchance attempt 4to
resusitate the lifeless remains. This
was a funeral that was enjoyed by
all. ,
Battery "A" has a fast team made
up of good fellows. With practically
no supporting fans from their home
town, they played as good a game of
ball as any team that has visited
Kingman this year. They took their
defeat gracefully as did the King
man team when they took the count
at Flagstaff.
That they seemed well satisfied
with playing ball onthe Kingman
grounds was evidenced by the fact
that they expressed the wish that
they would like to play the deciding
game here. The next game is sched
uled for August 15 at Flagstaff.
To-morrow we meet the Williams
boys again on the local diamond.
The games jvith Williams now stand
one and one and much "interest is
manifest in the outcome of to-morrow's
contest. There is one thing
sure and that is that the game will
be well worth seeing.
Following is the box score for last
Sunday's game:
. FLAGSTAFF BATTERY A
J. Hanley, cf
Amos, If
O'Connor, 3b
Browning, c
Carlson, lb
Gilliland, ss
Gray, 2b
Mackay, rf
Howard, p
May, p
AB R H PO A E
5 10 0 0 0
4
4
3
3
4
2
3
3
1
32 4
VKINGMAN
AB R
Bale, If & rf
Fennell, 2b
Robinson, lb
Price, c
Hays, 3 b
Armstrong, rf
Knorr, If
McMillan, cf
Hammerslaw, ss
Smith, p
824 7V4
H PO A E
1,001
1 1
0 5
1 10
1,1
0 1
3 1
l0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 1
3 0
30 5 9 27 7 5
Score by innings:
123456789
Flagstaff 10200001 01-4
Kingman 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 x 5
Three 'base hits Hays, -Mackay; Two
base hits Hays, Knorr; Stolen bases
Bale, Knorr, Hammerslaw (2), Smith;
Sacrifice hits Bale, Carlson; Bases on
balls off Smith 4, off Howard 3, off
May& 1; Struck out by Smith 9, by
Howard 5, by May 1; Passed ball
Pricej Double plays Gilliland, unas
sisted; May replaced Howard In 6th;
Losing' pitcher Howard.
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LITTLEFD3LD
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The 3rd cutting of hay is now in
the stack.
Watermelons and grapes are ripe.
They certainly are if ine.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Hardurch, Mrs.
W. Erwin, Misses Vera-and Zona Reb
er went to St. George, Utah to have
some dental work done.
It looks like rain today; have had
some rain the last few days and it
has left the weather cooler. 'It has
been nice and cool the last week.
VISITS THE BIG CITIES
George A. Bonelli is home from a
month's trip throughout the west,
southwest and south, where he looked
after important business. In his
swiiTg aroundthe circle he took in
Denver, Kansas City, Chicago, St.
Louis, Memphis, Galveston, and New
Orleans, besides many other places o
less consequence. '
Mr. Bonelli is getting his new pipe
making apparatus on the market and
is meeting with considerable success.
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Our United States Senators
HELP make the laws that secure reclamation of arid lands, develop
ment of western resources and promote theGENERAL WELFARE of
the. State of Arizona.
v.
Hon. John W.Norton
STOCKMAN
FARMER
STATESMAN
knows the needs of our people. He is a democrat, in full sympathy
with the national platform and stands for "the greatest good for the
greatest number."
He seeks the nomination for United States Senator for Arizona,
before the democratic primaries, September 7,' 1920. '
He will makergood if chosen to lead the ticket. A vote for John
W. Norton is a boost for a GREATER ARIZONA.
ADVERTISED LETTERS
The following letters remain un
called for at the Post Office at King
man, Ariz, for the week ending July
24, 1920.
Beeker, J. M.
Brown, John (2)
Evans, Mrs. D. H.
Fox, Owen
Goodman, Mrs. Maude
Hoffman, Miss Mattie ' ,
Keefer, Mrs, Harry
Lawerence, Franklin
Roberto, Guadaloupe
Sanches, Damacio
. Wilson, M. E. . ,
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.
'M
MINER WANT ADS ARE BUSI
NESS WINNERS
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
Regular Christian Science Services
are held on Sunday mornings at 11
o'clock in the lower part of the I.O. O.
F. Hall.
All are welcome.
ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS
MEETING.
The annual, meeting of stockholder
of the Molybdenum Copper company
will be held on Tuesday the 8rd day
of August, 1920, at the office of C.
W. Herndon in the town of Kingman,
Arizona, at the hour of 11 o'clock a.
m. for the purpose of electing a board
of directors for the ensuing year and?
for the transaction of all other busi
ness that may legally come before
said meeting.
- Dated Kingman, Arizona, July 2,
1920.
ANSON H. SMliH,
President
M. A. SAWYER,
Secretary.
First insertion July 3.
Last insertion July 31, 1920.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
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7"
BLUE LINE, TRANSFER CO. AU
kinds of hauling. House hold goods
packed and stored, Second hand
N goods of all kinds bought and sold.
New quarters In Band Boys theater.
J. B. LAMMERS buys, sells, renfs,
and improves property. Also esti
mating, appraising, adjusting a
specialty.
HOUSES FOR SALEr-Severalrom
$2200.00 to $12,600. See'Lammers.
FOR RENT OR SALE 3 room house
with bath and screen porch. $15
per month. See Laferriere or tel
ephone Black 223.
Yucca, Arizona, or inquire at Miner
Office.
IF IT IS FOR SALE See ua Blue
Line Transfer Co. Blue 160. We
will buy from you for cash or han
dle on commission.
FOR SALE 1917 Ford Touring Car,
good condition, fair rubber. ?450
Arthur Light, Valentine. "4
FOR RENT -Four room bungalow,
screen porch, furnished, garage.
See Mrs. O. E. Walker.
FOR SALE Copper silver mines, sit
uated in one of the best parts of
Mohave County. For field infor
mation write to Adam Marsch,
FOR SALE House and 50 x 100 foot
lot in Richards Addition. Has two
large rooms and large screen, sleep
ing porch. A bargain' for quick
sale. $350. See Mrs. Flossie
Skald, at residence.'
WANTED Elderly woman vould
like position as cook in small camp.
Apply this, office.
FOR SALE House and 50 x 100 foot
lot in Richards Addition. Has two
large rooms and large screen, sleep-
ing porch. A bargain for quick
sale., $350. See Mrs. Flossie
Skald, at residence.
ELECTRICITY
is your passport to a cool'Summer
KEEP ALWAYS COMFORTABLE
with the aid of electric conveniences
.
I
SWEET TEMPERED AND COOL
with, the fan running and the no4ire grill, toast
er, iron and other electric servants instantly
obedient. ASK YOUR DEALER
Desert Power & Water Company
' Kingman Chloride
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DO YOU EAT?
If .so yu will like Snowdrift We will have a dem
onstration of Snowdrift July 6, 7 and 8th. Come in
and see why Snowdrift is the best shortening on the
market.
AND DONT FORGET
This is'just one of many good things we have in stock
ARIZONA. STORES CO.
Kingman

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