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OFFICIAL PAPER.....
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. VOL,. XXIX. YUMA, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1900. NO.- 47.-
Arizona Sentinel.
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
YUMA, : : : : ARIZONA
J. W. DORRINGTON. Proprietor.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES:
One Year 82 00
Six Mouths 1 00
ADVERTISING RATES
.Made known on application. Address:
Aeizosa Ssntdteu
Yuma, Ariz.
OITFICTAX. DIRECTORY :
TERRITORIAL OFFICKKS
Governor N. O. Murphy
. Secretary C. H. Akers
Auditor G. W. yickers
Treasurer W. T. Pcniberton
Attorney General C. F. Ainsworth
Surveyor General George Christ
Sup't of Public Instruction R. L. Long
Delegate to Congress J. F. Wilson
Sup't Territorial Prison Herbert Brown
TUCSON LAND OFFICE
Register. Milton R. Moore
Receiver John H. Bowman
COUNTr OFFICERS
District Judge Webster Street
Clerk or District Court C. H. Brinley
cmanrienK J Dr- p- G. Cotter, Chairman,
bupervisors c v Meeden and T. W. Underhill
Clerk or Board of Supervisors W. E. Marvin
Probate Judge and Sup't of Schools.. .A. Frank
Sheriff, j. m. &pecse
Under Sheriff R. S. Hatch
District Attorney C. Li. Brown
Treasurer D. L. DeVane
Surveyor W. H. Elliott
County Physician.. W. H. Greenleaf
County Recorder W. E. Marvin
PRECINCT OFFICERS
ZR$ Wrought Iron
Pipe and Fittings, fQ
gfe Nails, Vg
Rabbit Proof Wire
Smooth Wire,
Cggt Paints, Oils, Var
"3 nishes,
Sasli Doors,
?M Blinds,
Window Cords
CQs and
Weights.
Cement, Lime,
Hair, Plaster, btc
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H snFNTC roc UNION ICE 00'IIA.NY $?
Ktawlilord Welgons jjigj
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Lumber ' 'ns storage Rooms.
Justices of the Peaee -J amf wilder.
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Trustees Yuam School Dis'1
Constables Jf
Mcintyre.
Polhamus.
H. Godfrey.
CITT OFFICERS
Mayor J. H. Shanssey
rnmI,t, JO. H. Willis, J.H.Godfrey,
Councilmen -j Ben c Heyli Robert Tapia.
City Attorney H. C. Davis
City Recorder J. L. Redondo
Assessor P. G. Cotter
Treasurer A. Modesti
Marshal Geo. H. Miles
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Yuma Ice Co.,
GEO. GEISLER, Prop.
"We bottle W. J. Lemp's famous St. Louis Beer.
Wholesale Dealers in Cigars.
Shipments promptly made.
Space for sale for storage of articles needing cold storage or freezing
Write Us, P. O. Box 954. 'Phone 241, YUMA, ARIZONA.
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POSTOFJTICE HOURS:
Mall open on Sundays from 8 to 9 a. m.
Week days. 8 a. m. to C p. m.
No Money Order business on Sundays.
Mail (East and West) closes every day at 7 p. m.
R. H. Chandler, P. M.
.-"CXUMA LODGE NO. 7 A. O. U. W. MEETS
JL every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Visit
ing brethren in good standing are invited to
attend. Yours in C. H. and P.
F. L. Ewing, M. W.
F. G. Blaisdell, R.
- PROFESSIONAL CAJRDS:
HC DAVIS, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. OF-
lice on Madison avenue, near court house, ' .J
Yuma, Arizona. 1 cix
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TT N. MOLLER. M. D., PHYSICIAN AND
Surgeon. Office Levy cottage. Main St.,
Yuma, Arizona.
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Keeps Them Fresh S Tender
YUMA MEAT MARKET I
P. B. KODGES, Proprietor.
Wholesale and. Retail Dealer in all kinds of Fresh and Cured Meats,
Butter, Eggs and Cheese. Most perfectly equipped
Meat Market in Arizona.
Gandolfo Block, YUMA, ARIZONA.
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WH. ELLIOTT. Crv'IL ENGINEER AND
Surveyor; U. S. Deputy Mineral Sur
Teyor. Yuma, Arizona. J
""I A. DUliE, NOTARY PUBLIC, YUMA,
VJ Arizona.
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J ewe I e r , $f a General : Merch)ar)dise, 6
Repairs and Cleans !
Clocks and Watches
At Reasonable Prices, and Guar- !
antees Prompt Satisfaction. '
Pnr CSrof ond liJn Vi.mo Irl-.
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DRY GOODS
Gila City, Arizona.
GROCERIES
liGrain I
D. B. Wafch-
Dealer In
Fresh) Fruits,
Confectionery,
Ci gcii-M and
Tobacco, 3Stcs.
East Side of Msin Street,
Opposite Gandolfo Hotel.
i Eat Your leafs at tfie 6
Cafifornia Restaurant 1
Tom Ducft & Co,, Proppietors. f
Good Cooks, Attentive, Obliging q
Waiters, Jirst Class Fare V
Fresh oysters served in any style
Fish and Game in season.
Meals 25, 35 and 50 cents. Board y
by the week, $5, $G and S7.
t Cor. Main and Second Streets.
Th)e Gem
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Choice Wines, Liquors
and Cigars.
Everything: First Class in every respect (
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And at Popular Prices. & sr Si & c- &
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UIZONA MATE BAKERY
EDWARD NELSON, PropV.
WtlOLESALE AND REAIL.
Fresh j Bread, : Pies and Cakes
Delivered every IVIoming.
SHOP ON GILA ST. --BRANCHES ALL OVER TOWN.
Only White Bakery in town.
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FROM DEMING Oi EL PA
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Groceries and Dry floods
Fnritf Xr.ts and Candies.
Oifrars and Toba'-eo. But
ter and KyK. Lt prices
Through Coaches, Chair Cars,
Pullman and Tourist Sleepers
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CoQsult Tin)& Cards be- j BLABK
fore-purchasing Tickets 0cn Pass gt. T0PEKA, KANSAS
via aoy other route. For
further informatior) ad- f. u. HOIiGIITEN,
flain Yum?i. Alizr'.a dress Qearest Ageot, or General Agent, EL PASO, TEXAS.
OFFICIAL MINUTES
Of the Proceedings of the
BGard of Supervisors of
Yuma County, Territory
of Arizona.
Office of the Board of Su- )
pervisors, of Yuma Coun- v
ty, Arizona. j
Continued from last week.
Yuma, Arizona, July 19, 19.00,
Goodfellow, M. J. ,
Assessed with whole selL 31,
tp. 8, s. r. 22 w., 638.56 acres.
Gant, Robert
Assessed with ne sec. 34, tp.
7, s. r. 16, w., 160 acres.
Kiink, O. S. .
Assessed with s sec. 28, twp.
7, s. r. 16, w., 320 acres.
Klink, A. C.
Assessed with s sec. 29, twp.
7, r. 16 w., 320 acres.
Luke, John
Assessed with n sec. 23, twp.
6, s. r. 13 w., 320 acres.
Luke, Frank
Assessed with nw qr. sec. 15,
twp. 6, s. r. 12 w., 160 acres.
Millar, James
Assessed with w-J- of se qr,,sec.
26, twp. 8, s. r. 18 w., and also
w. $ of ne qr.. sec. 35, twp. 8, s.
r. 18, w., 160 acres.
Martin, J, H.
Assessed with n of si, sec. 24
twp. 7, s. r. 16 w., 160 acres.
Mcintyre, Neil
Assessed with w sec. 32, twp.
7, s. r. 16 w., 320 acres; and also
ei of ne qr. sec. 11, twp. 8, s. r.
17 w., 80 acres.
Magill, B. F.
Assessed with n of n sec. 35,
twp. 7, s. r. 16 w., 160 acres.
Nelson, Jacob E.
Assessed with lots 3 & 4, el of
of sw sec. 7, twp. 6, s. r. 11 w.,
152,. 77 acres... . v
Oschner, Conrad
Assessed with sw sec. 5, twp.
8, s. r. 16, w. 160 acres.
Prangere, Charles
Assessed with U. S. Grant
mine, Sunrise mine, Ophir mine.
Reavis, D. D.
Assessed with n of sw sec.
14 twp. 7, s. r. 15 w., 80 acres.
Runsick, Andrew M.-
. Assessed with n of- sw, se,
of nw, and also sw of ne sec.
24, twp. 8, s. r. 22 w., 160 acres.
At 12 m. the board took a re
cess until 2 o'clock p. m.
The board met at 2 o'clock p.
Same members present.
J. A. Williamson, listed for
the year 1899, with se of swi of
swi and ne of 'swi of swi of
sec. 5 twp. 9 s. r. 23 w., 20 acres
at $60, as the same escaped as
sessment for said year.
F. G. Blaisdell appeared be
fore the Board in behalf of the
Yuma Water & Light -Co., and
showing that the iron pipe line
listed to them at $1000.00 does not
belong to said Co. , the same is
stricken off the roll.
Reduced on electric lisrht
line " m $175 00
Reduced on farming im
plements 60 00
D. A. Lindley, listed with el
of sec. 22 twp. 7, s. r. 15 w. for
tases of 1899, at $640, as the same
escaped assessment for said
year.
P. T. Robertson, reduced
typewriter 15 00
Yemen, J, P., listed with lot 2
block 141 for taxes of 1899, at
$20, as the same escaped assess
ment for said year.
Herbert, George T. , listed with
he qr. of sw qr. of nw qr. 8-9-23,
10 acres $30, as the same escaped
assessment for said year.
At 4 p. m. the board adjourned
to meet at 10 o'clock a. m. July
20th, A. D. 1900.
P. G. Cotter,
Chairman Board of Supervisors.
Attest: W. E. Marvin,
Clerk Board of Supervisors.
pres-
Office of the Board ofSu-
pervisors, of Yuma Coun-
ty, Arizona. )
Yuma, Ariz.. July 20, 1900.
The Board met pursuant to ad
journment. Roll called.
All members, district attorney,
assessor, sheriff and clerk
ent.
Minutes of the previous meet
ing read, corrected and ap-
j proved.
The board orders stricken from
the assessment roll the following
properties, the same having been
heretofore assessed and sold to
the Territory for taxes,- and not
redeemed, to-wit.
Kemp, H. E.
Assessed with sw of . sei and
part of se of ne sec, 30 twp. 7,
s. r. 15 w., 55 acres.
Fulton, T. A.
Assessed with nw of sec. 12
twp. 8, s. r. 17, w. 160 acres.
Schuerman, Wm. H,
Assessed with si of nw and
nl of swi of sec, 26 -twp. 6, s. r.
12 w., 160 acres.
Southworth, Frederick B.
Assessed with ne qr. of sec.
27, twp. 8, s. r. 22 w., 160 acres.
Heirs of Frederick W . Smith .
Assessed with se qr. of sec.
15, twp. 7, s. r. 15 w., 160 acres.
Sutliff, Frank B.
Assessed with sw qr., of sec.
19 twp. 7, s. r. 15 w., 153.14
acres.
Seilaff, Adolph
Assessed with ne qr., of ne qr.
of nw qr. of sec, 7, twp. 8,- s. r.
13 w,, 10 acres.
Saunders, Julia A,
Assessed with si of sec. 1, and
nl of sec. 12 all in twp. 8, s. r.
16 w., 640 acres. - -Saunders,
Maria L
Assessed with si ne qr. and
si of nw" qr. and si of sec. 6;
also lot 1 and ne qr. of nw qr. of
sec 7 all in twp. 8, s. r. 16 w.,
548.23 acres.
Tr.eichler, Henry
Assessed with nw qr. of sec.
11 twp. 8 s. r. 17 w. 160 acres.
Treichler, Wm. H.
Assessed with sw qr. of sec:
11 twp. 8 s. r. 17 w., 160 acres.
Woodworth, Frank A.
Assessed with ne qr. of sec. 33
twp. 6, s. r. 12 w., 160 acres.
Wheeler, Cyrus
Assessed with nw qr . of sec.
25 twp. 8 s. r. 22 w., 160 acres.
At 12 m. the Board took a
recess until 2 p. m.
The board met at 2 p. m.
Same members present.
The board continued to equal
ize assessments as follows, towit:
J. W. Dorrington, reduced on
improvements on lot 11,
block 115, $50 00
Listed sec. 26;-tp. 7, s. r.
16 w., for taxes of 1899,
at $960 00, as the same
escaped assessment for
said year .
J. M. Molina, reduced on
stock of goods $1000 00
Althee Modesti, reduced
on improvements on lot
3, block 6, 500 00
reduced on si of s'l sec
21; also nl and nl of si
of sec. 29, tp. 6, s. r. 13
w., 400 00
At 4 p. m. the board adjourned
to meet as a board of supervi
sors at 10 o'clock a. m.- July 21,
A. D. 1900,
P. G. Cotter,
Chairman Board of Supervisors.
Attest: W.E.Marvin,
Clerk Board of Suj)ervisors.
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guarantee :
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There are many Superior ;
brands of baking
powders, but
46 Royal Baking
is recognized at once as the
brand of great name, the powder
of highest favor and reputation. I
Everyone has absolute conn-;
dence in the food where Royal-'
is used.
Pure and healthful food is
matter of vital importance to "
every individual.
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wholesome
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There 'are many imitation baking?
powders, made from alum, mostly
, sold cheap. Avoid them, as they
make the food unwholesome.
ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER CO., 100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK.
Office of the Board of Su- )
pervisors of Yuma Coun- V
ty, Arizona. )
Yuma, Arizona, July 21, 1900.
The board met pursuant to ad
journment. Roll called.
All members, assessor, sheriff,
district attorney and clerk pres
ent. Minutes of tbe previous meet
ing read and approved.
The petition of citizens of For
tuna asking for the setting apart
of a new road district, declare a
county road and appoint a road
overseer for said district, taken
up, examined, and referredback
to said petitioners for correction.
The petition of petitioners
from the King of Arizona justice
precinct, asking for a branch
county jail, taken up, examined
and rejected.
The petition of petitioners'
from the King of Arizona Justice
precinct, asking fo?- the appoi.pt
ment of L. W. Alexander as a
justice of the peace of said pre
cinct, taken up, examined and
rejected, as the same does not
comply with the law
The petition of citizens of King
of Arizona Mine, asking for the
establishment of a new
school district, taken up, exam
ined and granted, with bounda
ries described as follows, to-wit :
Beginning at Horse Tanks and
running along the eastern foot
hills of Castle Dome mountains
in a southerly direction to Fif
teen Mile Well; thence east
twenty-five miles; thence north
twenty miles; thence westerly
to the point of beginning; and
shall be known as King of Ari
zona school district No. 15.
The petition of certain peti
tioners residing in the southern
jJart of the Colorado valley, for
the establishment of a school
district, was considered and al
lowed by the board, with boun
daries described as f oliows, towit:
Beginning at the ne qr. of sec.
24, tp. 10, s. r. 24 w.; thence
south to the Mexican line; thence
westerly along the Mexican line
to the Colorado river; theiice
northerly along the Colorado
river to where the dividing line
between sections 14 and 23, in
tp. 10, s. r: 25 w., intersects said
Colorado river; thence east to
the place of beginning; and shall
be known as Algardones school
district No. 16.
The petition of petitioners re
siding in the northwest part of
Somerton school district, for a
new school district, rejected, as
they are provided for by the
establishment of the Tula Lagu
na school district.
The board proceeded to fix
the salaries of the different coun
ty officials for the ensuing two
years as prescribed by law, to
wit :
Sheriff.... .....-..$600 00
Clerk of the Dist Court. . 200 00
Probate Judge 300 00
The additional official bond of
D. L. Be Vane, as county treasurer,-
with E: F.- Sanguinettf as
surety in place of W. T. Hoffer
man was presented and ajproved
by the' board: ,
At 12 m. the board took a re
cess until 2 o'clock p,: m.
The board met at 2 p. m.
Same members present.
The board continued to audit
and allow accounts as follows,'
to-wit :
E F Sanguinetti, cash ad- . ;
vanced for half fare tick
ets for dependents, 2nd
quarter, 1900,
Southern Pacific R'y Co.,
half fare tickets for de
pendents, 2nd quarter
1900, Ben C Heyl, agent Levy
& Co.,- burying county
dead, 2nd quarter,900,-
Ben C Heyl, agent Levy
& Co., American flag
for court house, 2nd
quarter, 1900,
Ben C Heyl, agent Levy
& Co, county supplies,
2nd quarter, 1900,
Yuma Water & Light Co.,
water and light,- 2nd
quarter, 1900,
John Stoffelar assigned
account Chas Leroy
guarding chain gang.
1st quarter, 1900,
John Stoffela, assigned
account Reese Bros.,
repairing hole in wall in
county jail, 2ndquarter",-1900,
L. J. F. Iaeger, jurors'
meals, 2nd quarter, 1900; 1-7 50
Mike Ghiotto, assigned
account Chas. Leroy,
interDreter'sf fees 1st? ,
quarter, 1900
Ben C. Heyl,- agent Levy
& Co . , county supplies
2nd quarter, 1900,
Ben C . Heyl, agent Levy
& Co, supplies' depend
ent poor, 2nd quarter
1900,
$22.45-
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10 00"
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18 00
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ajtor lo Wivec and cdIIcjI ia Arizona lor old
established manufacturing vrhottsale hcrii-N'j.'
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rioiVco required. Oar reference, any ban's in
any city. Enclose self addressed stamped en
velope. Manuf ic:urers," Third Floor, 3J4 Dear
born St., Chicago.
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