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Mohave County miner and our mineral wealth. [volume] (Kingman, Ariz.) 1918-1922, June 10, 1921, Image 7

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FRIDAY JUNE 10 1921
Around The Town
William P Seeman has his large
thermometer and barometer installed
on Fourth and Front and is now put
ting in one at Oatman The cost of
the thermometer is defrayed by ads
of local merchants Inasmuch as
many people daily read the ther
mometer it makes a good advertising
medium Mr and Mrs Seeman will
leave for California within a few days
George Dawes in the advertising
department of the Arizona Mining
Journal is spending a few days here
collecting in some accounts Mr
Dawes has not been feeling well the
past two or three months and expects
to go to the coast within a few days
for a medical examination
Dr T R White is in receipt of a
cigarette case from Japan that is a
work of art It was sent him by a
young man whose mother was pros
trated on the train passing through
here last year and whom the doctor
attended
Watt Thompson left this week for
Chicago where he plans to meet nis
nnW TViwvlnrft Havward of Denver
Mr Thompson and Miss Hayward will
then go on to Boston ana men 10 new
Brunswick Canada
Mary and Margaret Parrish arrived
here from their home at Carmi II
linois last week and expect to remain
here Both of these young ladies are
well known here having formerly liv
ed at Chloride
SONDAYJONE 12TH
Sunday June 12th Western Lodge
No 12 Knights of Pythias will hold
their memorial services1 in honor of
Knights who have passed to the be
yond
The exercises will be held at the St
Johns Methodist Episcopal Church
and will take the place of the regular
morning service
Folowing is the program arranged
for the day
Processional Hymn Invocation
Anthem One Sweetly Solemn
Thought Responsive Reading Gloria
Patria Offertory Solo Resgnar
tion by Mrs Maud Emery Prayer
Male Quartette Sometime Some
whereHymn Lead Kindly Light
Address by Rev T H Dodd Floral
Tribute Closing Hymn
LOOKING OVER THE
IE
MINER WANT ACS ARE
NESS WINNERS
I
Among the prominent men whose at
tention have been attracted to Mohave
County the past few weeks is George
B Ackerman of San Francisco Mr
Ackerman who arrived here last Sat
urday was attracted to the county by
the ore bodies of the Katherine sec
tion and this week spent considerable
time looldmr over the district with a
view of acquiring a property for him
self and some San Francisco asso
ciates
Mr Ackerman is a man of wide-experience
Among other things he
spent four years in Washington as
secretary to Congressman Van Duzer
was at one time police commissioner
of Chicago and was in the Nevada leg
islature
He has worked on different metro
politan papers including the New
York Sun
Mr Ackerman is an old friend of
Mr and Mrs Chafee of Kingman
LOCAL SCOUT TROOP
GAINS RECOGNITION
T
R S Adams who has done so much
for the local boy scouts this week re
ceived his commission of Scoutmaster
for Troop Number One Kingman
The commission was signed by James
E West chief scout executive New
York
Adams has been doing good work
past few months in this meritorious
work which was started by Rev
Thomas E Dodd
The Boy Scout movement has made
great headway throughout the coun
try the past few years and has done
much for the lads in making therabeU
ter citizens In many places there are
men who give most of their time to
this work and are paid for their work
NOTICE
Any one knowing the whereabouts
of Sam Finney or S T Finney or
what happened to him to communi
cate with his sister Mrs E C Met
calf of Ukiah Mendocino Co Cal
MINER WANT ADDS BEING
RESULTS
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Dr W C Todt and son Billy ac
companied by Edwin Ware will leave
Sunday for a camping trip to the
Grand Canyon They will visit Flag
staff and Clarkdale before they re
turn
Bob Roscoe is back in Kingman af
ter finishing several months work at
Needles Roscoes neat job he says
wjll be very hard work It is fishing
on Oak Creek
Wfeldeup the new postoffice on the
Sandy was duly established on May
27 W F Buchanan is the post
master
Mrs S D Stewart and children left
thjs week for the east where they will
spena tne summer Most of the sum
mer will be spent at Philadelphia
The Golden Rule Restaurant has
changed hands The new owner is
JoeCollins
Marion Binforrl mm confined to
home yesterday afternoon with a
sprained ankle
Mrs George Gooding spent Sunday
and Monday of this week visiting in
Kingman with Mrs R A Lassell
Mr and Mrs Tap Duncan were
Kingman visitors this week
Mr and Mrs Allen E Ware will
leave for the coast today for a ten
day trip
Ben Bennot was a Kingman visitor
this week from the C 0 D
HAKES TRIP TO SALT LAKE
CITY AND NORTHERN STRIP
Sheriff W P Mahoney accom
panied by ii J Parker returned last
week from Salt Lake City where the
sheriff was called as witness in the
United Slates court in the matter of
the U S against Willis E Hastings
who was indicted1 on a charge of steal
ing an automobile from the Mormon
city Hastings brought the car to
Kingman and was arrested being held
by the U S Commissioner to the fed
eral court of Utah His trial occupied
but a short time being found guilty
and sentenced to a year and a day in
a federal prison
Hastings had worked in garages
here and at Oatman before going to
Salt Lake City He was an excellent
worlcman and could have earned big
wages at any1 garage but desire for a
good car got away with all other con
siderations and he hiked out with a
high priced machine He brought his
wife and baby with him here and the
people here sent her to her home in
California Hastings has a father in
Los Angeles who is considered one of
the best and most honorable of men
While at St Thomas Mr Mahoney
made inquiries regarding the finding
of the body of William Brink and was
convinced that it had really been found
and properly interred by the good
people of that community
CHURCH NOTICES
TRINITY MISSION
On account of the illness of Mrs
Gray Mr Gray will not be in King
man Friday evening June iOth to
hold Service
a
ST JOHNS METHODIST
EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Sunday School 10 A M
Morning Service 11 A M
ThevKnights of Pythias and the Py
thian Sisters will attend the morning
service in a body The Rev T H
Dodd will deliver the Memorial Ad
dress
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
SERVICES
Sunday morning at 11 oclock Sub
ject God the Preserver of Man
Sunday School at 945 a m Wednes
day evening testimonial meeting at
730 p m I O O F Hall
SUMMONS
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF MO
have County State of Arizona
MAUD EMERY Plaintiff
Vs
ROBERT EMERY Defendant
In the Name of the State of Arizona
to Robert Emery Defendant
Greeting
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to apperin an action brought
against you by the abqve named plain
tiff in the Superior Court of Mohave
County State of Arizona and answer
the Complaint therein filed with the
Clerk of this said Court within twen
ty daya -after the service upon you of
ihis Summons if served in this said
County or in all other cases within
thirty days thereafter the times above
mentioned being exclusive of the day
of service or judgment by default
will be taken against you
Given under my hand and seal of
the Superior Court of Mohave Coun
ty State of Arizona this 21st day of
May 1921
Beal
J T MORGAN
Clerk of said Supeior Court
First insertion June 10
Last insertion July 8
THE MOHAVE COUNTY MINER and OUR MINERAL WEALTH
MAP OF NEVADA
SIDE OE THE RIVER
IS COMPLETED
J Ross Housholder this week fin
ished up the work of mapping the ter
ritory opposite and southwest of the
Katherine the plat covering about 50
claims Among these claims are the
Lucky Prince group owned by New
York men the Homestake one of the
old claims operated by Col Tom
ing in the old days when the Sheep
trail was outputting a large tonnage
of rich ore and which is now owned
by Nevada mining men and the
group owned by the
Cashman Shaw interests
The last named group is believed to
be an extension of the Katherine hav
ing the right direction and the same
characteristics of the Mother lode of
the district The strike of the vein
is identical and the texture of the
rock is similar in every respect The
vein where it outcrops is shown to
be 18 feet wide and the values in this
outcrop run from 585 to 16 gold
The group covers a length of 4000
feet on the big vein besides covering
paralleling veins Mr Housholder
has been at work on this survey and
mapping of the west side mines for
some time and the work shows care
and ability
GRANTHAM LEADS HITTING IN
THE NORTHWEST
Continued From Page 1
the sweet mark of 392 for the first
25 games He is also leading in total
base hitting and three baggers and is
right up with the leaders in doubles
and homers In fact his record is
high class In addition Grantham is
fielding in a manner that is sure to at
tract higher league scouts
The rise of the yoUng infielder has
been meteoric At the start of the
campaign many figured he would be
lucky to hold a berth In fact he was
I kept on the bench the greater part of
the first week
The second week of the season he
was placed in right field and from the
first gong he looked good He batted
hard and fielded well Later he took
third base for a day or two and kept
up the good work and when both Kier
stead and Johnson were injured he was
shoved over to short Now you could
nt pry him out of the berth with a
crowbar The beauty of Granthams
performance is his ability to play any
place
Willetts Rapp and Edwards pitch
ers are ahead of Grantham as far as
averages go but they have been up
only a few times and cannot be classed
as regulars
TOM REED AZTEC VEIN
SAID TO BE VERY RICH
Continued From Page 1
development we believe it would be
sending to the mint wonderful bars
of bullion every month and returning
tn tho shareholders dividends that
made the old shareholders wealthy
At one time the dividends ran along
about 65 yearly on the capitaliza
tion of the company and it can be
done again if the management would
lnos the reins and allow the local
management to go
NEW GROCERY ON
SOUTH FRONT ST
Mr and Mrs John Neal have open
ed a grocery store on South Front
Street which will be known as the
Camp Ground Grocery Its location
is next to the Brewer Maddux Camp
ground and they will carry all kinds
of articles which will interest the
traveller on the hiehway
BARGAINS
In Used Cars
2 Ford Touring Cars
1 Ford Truck 4 speed
1 Studebaker 4
1 Studebaker 6
1 Chevrolet Roadster
1 Chevrolet Touring
1 Premier Touring
1 Dodge Touring
Beecher and Robinson
Central Commercial
Hardware Department News
DECLINE 1NHERCULES
DYNAMITE
The decline in Powder just put into
effect is encouraging to the many
mine operators and prospectors in Mo
have County and elsewhere
The average drop is about 3000
a ton depending on kind and strength
We have a fresh carload due early
next week Our large volume enables
us to offer you the freshest powder
in the County always
We stock 40 Geletin also 40
Extra or Ammonia Nearly every
user prefers Hercules May we
quote you on your requirements
LAST SATURDAY EVENING
GIN OVER TO SOCIAL
TIME BY MM SISTERS
Last Saturday after a short busi
ness meeting the Pythian Sisters gave
over the remainder of the evening to
a social entertainment After giving
hearty welcome to the Kniehts the fol
lowing beautiful program was given
which was greatly enjoyed by all
Trio Festival March by Mrs J
R Thompson Lena Casteel and Mrs
Alta Hunt Encore Duet by Mrs Alta
Hunt and Lena Casteel Song Sweet
and Low by Mrs Emery encore
Some Little Bird a reading by Mrs
Ada Roe piano solo by Mrs J R
Thompson
Card tables were then brought out
and a jolly five hundred party played
until supper time At about 1130 the
committee announced supper and all
adjourned to the banquet room where
delicious refreshments of cake ice
cream and coffee were served
During the evening a tray was
placed by the door At the conclusion
of the party the tray was found to
contain a neat little sum a free will
offering for the benefit of the Al
truistic work
BABY BOY
A baby boy was born at Los An
geles on June 2 to Mrs Florence Frost
Hasenfeld wife of L J Hasenfeld of
Kirkland Arizona
AMERICAN LEGION AND
LADIES AUXILIARY DANCE
The American Legion and the
Womans Auxiliary have arranged to
give one of their delightful dances at
the American Legion hall on Thurs
day evening June 16 All members
and their ladies and the men who
were in service between the dates of
April 6 1917 and Nov 11 1918 and
their mothers wives sisters and
daughters as well as the women who
served their country during the war
days are cordially invited to attend
The dance Is to be one of the many
good things of the year that is to be
put on by the Legion and those who
attend will have the time of their
lives
ANOTHER CAR OF
BAKERS ARRIVE HERE
Beecher and Robinson this week re
ceived a carload of Studebakers tho
entire car being made up of Big
Sixes
They report the following sales for
this week A Big Six to C D Wag
ner a Special Six to the Highway
Commission a Light Six to M H
Murphy and a Light Six Sedan to
Judge E Elmo Bollinger
Miner Wut Adds Briag Ranlta
PAGE SEVEN
NEW CAFE TO OPEN IN
KINGMAN SATURDAY
The Beale Cafe located on Front
Street in the Beale Hotel building is
being opened for business to morrow
by Edward Waldman
The management states the Beale
Cafe will endeavor to give the best
possible service and satisfaction to its
patrons
Mr Waldman is an experienced res
taurant man who was formerly in
business at Fresno
SHOULDER BLADE BROKEN
BY FALL FROM SWING
Mrs F E Parsons is confined to
her home with a broken collar bone
as the result of a fall from a porch
swing Wednesday night of this week
Mrs Parsons was sitting an the
swing when a child came along and
playfully pushed the swing Mrs
Parsons not expecting this fell over
backwards
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to thank the people of Mo
haye county for their help in the
Miner subscription contest
LILY SCHNEIDER
Somebody Saves
Your Money
Somebody puts the mone y you save in the bank
Somebody smiles when your dollars are added to their savings
Somebody dreams of what your money will do
The Time To Save Money Is Whin
YOU ARE EARNING IT
We pay 5 on Savings Accounts and Certificates of Deposits
The Arizona Central Bank
Flagstaff Williams Kingman
Oatman Chloride Cooley
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