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OF YUMA COUNTY
M.d X JL All J m
''Independent in all tilings." ' - .
VOL. XXX. YUMA. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24 1901, N0. 24.
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDJJESDAY
TU3IA, : : : : ARIZONA
J. W. D0RRING7ON, Proprietor.
One Year 00
Six Months 1 00
Made knoiro. on application. Address:
OFJTICIAr, D DiECTOSY :
Governor -. X. O- Murphy
Secretary '. C. H. Akors
Auditor 1 G. W. Viekors
Treasurer T. W. Posnbmon
Attorncv General C. P. Ainsivorth
Surveyor General George Christ
Jd't of Public Instruction 11. L. Lone
"ffnKnite to Congress J. F. Wilson
-Sup't Territorial Prison Herbert Brown
TUCSON LAND orFicK
Resistor Milton R. Moore
Receiver John H. Bowman
District Judge Webster Street
Clerk of District Court C. H. Brinley
Siitiorvi;n-s J T-w- Underbill. Chairman,
bupcmso -j c y Moedon und J. C. De Witt
Clerk of Board of Supervisors C. P. Cronin
Probate Judge and Supt of Schools.. .A. Frank
Sheriff Gus Livingston
Under Sheriff Albert Behan
District Attorney W. P. Timmons
Treasurer D. L. Dp Vane
Surveyor W. E. Marvin
County Physician Dr. Holler
County Recorder CP. Cronin
Justices of the Peace -j wTLRcfil
...., , ( Will Dcspain
Constables Jftke M,4l(lows
t D. Mclntyre.
Trustees Yuma School Dis't- I. Polhamus.
I J. II. Godfrey.
Mayor J. H. Shanssey
( T- H. Godfrev, John Devine
Counuimcn Kobert Tal,ia. jolm Dunn
City Attorney H. C. Davis
City Recorder ; J. L. Redondo
Treasurer ! A. Modesti
Assessor Geo. H. Miles
Marshal Harry McPhaul
Mail open on Sundays from 8 to 9 a. m.
Week days. 8 a. m. to p. m.
No Money Order business on Sundays.
Mail (East and West) closes every dr.y at 7 n. m.
II. H. Chan Her, P. M.
"7"TOLA LODGE XO. 7 A.O.U. W. MEETS
JL every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. VLsiV
inK brethren in nood slandinR are invited to
attend. Yours in C. H. and P.
P. L. Evrcsfl. M. W.
P. G. Blaisijem.. R.
ALLLVKCIA HISPANO-AMEKICANO XO.
10. meets every Sunday at Elks' hall, 0 p.
m. Manuel Mokrov, Pres. J. L. Redondo,
HC DAVIS, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. OF-
lice on Madison avenue, near court house,
y N. MQLLER. M. D-, PHYSICIAN AND
Surseon. Ofllcc -Levy cottage. Main St.,
'F II. ELLIOTT. CIVIL ENGINEER AND
VV Surveyor; U. S. Deputy Mineral Sur
veyor. Yumai Arizona.
A. DUKE: NOTARY PUBLIC. Y'USIA.
8 fSO YEARLY to Christ-
DpUlia ian man cr woman to".
-ji Jook after our growing business
in this and adjoining Counties: to
act as Manager and Correspond-
3 ent: work can be done at your
home. ' Enclose self-addressed,
& stamped envelope for particulars
to H. A. Sherman, General Man- ft
-f ager. Corcoran Building, oppc-
X site United States Treasury, s.
:j Washington, D. C.
D. P. Wafcfi
I presh) pruits, I
C ipja r-- r n cit t
East Side of Main Street, t
Opposite Gandolfo Hotel. c
ilVw joiOv' v 'cieijvJ'
f Eat Your tef6 at tfie 9
I Cafifomia Restaurant f
9 Tom DucR & Co., Ppoppietors. 9
9 -00 s 9
tt Gcod Cooks, Attentive. Obliging a
J -Waiters, First Class Fare. V
Fresh oysters served in any stylo
g Fish and Game in season.
V Meals 25, Ho and 50 cents. Board y
f by the week, $5, $G and 57. f
Cor. Main and Second Streets. 9
- & & t- & S : & & i'-
1 h)e Gemj
W C. V. Meedan, Main Street. K
fl Prop. E
Choice Wines, Liquors!
I Everj-thing First CSass in every respect V?
And at Popular Prices. SSSS &
9 SAH LUNG 9
'Groceries and Dry Qooi
Fruit, Xuts and Candies,
Cigars and Tobacco, But
ter and Eggs. Low prices
fm Street, Yuma, Arizona
SJ - i) - ! u mj i 0 P'-i P -A eS?
Pipe and Fittings, f.
Rabbit Proof Wire V.
Smooth Wire, - .
Paints, Oils, Var-
: T i
Cement, Lime, " "S
Hair, Plaster, Etc. .-'i?
3 MKfcP 13
p J 0P- and
Special Rates by tfye Week or Aonth).
Conducted on trje European Plan.
Headquarters for Mining Men.
JOSEPH MBSMBR, Prop'r.
JJi&EBS IP. SHD, Manager.
(ofd Storage for Our Heats
Keeps Them Fresh S Tender
YUMA MEAT MA:
P. B. HODGES, Proprietor.
Wholesale tnd Retail Dealer in all
Butter, Eggs and Cheese.
1 r3z. Sb3VwSwtov7&vv
The popular route runs a daily train from all points
NORTH! -EZJ&ri WEST!
Making close connections at NeT.v Orleans for
St. Louis, Chicago, Cincinnati, Pittsburg,
Philadelphia, Baltimore Washington,
New York and all principal points.
Elegant PuSSman Parlor Sleeping Cars
On all trains through to New Orleans. Passengers on this route
will have only one change of cars at New Orleans in daylight
for all points north and east, avoid tedious lay-overs at
El Paso, Texas, and save over
FOUR TO TEN IN TIRfiE. .
See that' your ticket reads via the Southern Pacific Railway and New Or
leans. For further mformatiori'time
call on or address,
X. F. HUXT,Com'! Ttjjent, F.
EI Pas, Texas.
For more complete information
IF SO, BE SURE YOUR TICKET READS
FHOl UEBglNB OB EL
Through Coaches, Chair Cars,
Pullman and Tourist Sleepes
Coosult Tiirje Cards be- j
fore purchasiQg Tickets QciK PasSi T0P KANSA
via aoy other route. For
further informatioo ad- T. 0, IGUOSiTcN,
dress nearest Ageot, orGoneraJ Agent, EL PASO, TEXAS.
-Sfc- fa- 'tS-t tt-Zia-".L- -sSr 1 A
F. L Ewino,
Wholesale rnd Retail
ana romaing Hardware
UXrOX IC15 COMPANY
lC i t;-. 1m IVsir-c I "Wei -c;r-i s-
Cafifomia. 2 '
kinds of Fresh and Cured Meats,
Most perfectly equipped
tables and through Pullman reservations
S. 2CSSE, Hss't Pass. Traffic Mgr.
address: Company'sAjrent, Yuma.
So many women suffer from it. It
mars uiikt Uieir hours of work and
p!f:5isure Iiackaf.be is genenilly a
syir.ptom of derangement of the deli
tat? v'.:rany organs It 15 useltrs
1 nerelor to'
anu simiifir local
WVAV3V cure cao oniy
v. the cause of the
VS-qfsSjl ache is removea."
VSigQ'; The use of Dr
v Pierce's Favor
will exue the
S ' 1 e b i 1 j 1 a t i n c
.Vv w drains, the in
v 65?si flammation, nl
t&&?77Zil c e r a t i o n and
Y?J ravorue rre-
fr senpuon " con
tains no alcohol
and is absolutely
free from opi
um, cocaine and
It agrees with
the most deli
M took your medicine six mouths and I feel
now like "a new person," writes Miss. Annie
Stephens, of Bellville, Wood Co.. V Va " Have
no backache, no headache, no pain anywhere.
I took seven bottles of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription, and seven bottles of his ' Golden Med
ical Discovery.' I think there is no medicine
like Dr Pierce's. I can't speak highly enough
of your medicine for it has done me so much
pood I don't feel tired as I used to. nor sick I
ftel well and think there is no medicine equal
to Dr Pierce's Favorite Prescription "
The Medical Adviser, 100S pages, sent
free on receipt of stamps to pay expense
of mailing only. Send 21 one -cent
stamps for paper covers, or 31 stamps for
cloth, to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Bufialo, N. Y.
K a t IS
er : : Shop
ROBT. TAPIA, FROP.
s Main Street, Yuma, Ariz.,
Next to "The Ruby"
I I Shampooing,
Artistically Executed. ": P.03T. TAPIA
y w w o mi w vo
g. Phoeiiix Restaurant g:
jThe Pha'nix Restaurant has
i3 been "moved, to the nevrGan-IJ-ij&g;
dolfo Block, where you canjpj
ijg o-ct one of the Best 25-cent;
Meals vou ever ate. : : :
gOysters, Fish and Game
Can be had Sn season.
j JOE QUNN.g
Giia St., Yurrja, Ariz.
1 (jood, Cfean Beds.
Centrally Located and the Cheapest
House in Yuma.
.LODOniG 25c. UP. I
1 CEPH0 RHRAiWONTES, 1
Boots ond Shoes made o Order.
Repair Work Scnc Promptly
F.lain Street, Opposite celk;' t!s!i,
5 YU.BiA3 : : : : ARiZCNA. S
Jijt Stfr M i-v- $
Cofci Air Storaoe
f! ARK El
.David Bafsz, Proprietor,.
WHOLKHAI.K AND HETA1I
BEEF, HUTTON, PORK,
VEAL AND SAUSAGE.
fA?fa!faFed Cattle from the Salt
River VaHey rccch-ed by
. r Rai! Here.
I Yuma, Arizona,
AV ANTED -ACTIVE MAN OF GOOD CHAR
nctcr to doliver and collect in Arizona for old
established manufacturing wholesale house-fl-OD
a year sure pay. Honesty more than expe
rience required. Our reference, any baak in
anv city. Enclose sclf-addrcpsed stamped cn
elope. Miriufac.urers, Third Floor, 3l Dear born
J' a d 1 splacft merit
0WM m which c a u s e
4WSwm back?iche- sifle-
iamlii Itm ache, headache
vR&-l?3 aches aivl pains
Of the Proceedings of the
Board of Supervisors of
Yum& County, Territory
Office of tee Board of Su- )
pervisoks of Yuma Coun- r
TY, AFvIZONA. )
Yuma. Arizona, April 4, 1901.
Board met pursuant to ad
journment. Roll called.
Present: Chairman T. TV. Un
derhill, Supervisors C. V. Mee
den and J. C. De Witt.
Minutes of previous meeting!
road and approved. j
Board continued the auditing j
of accounts, as follows: '
Account of Frank Boston of
$20.00, for guarding bridge; re
jected, not being a county charge.
The following bills were aud
ited and allowed:
H H McPhaul, guarding
Indians, $110; allowed 105 00
J. C. Timmons, guarding
Indians 85 00
James Milligan, guarding
pest house 55 00
D. C. De la Osa, guard
ing pes fc house 55 CO
D. R. Ortega, nurse, pest
house So 00
T. W. Underbill, salary
and mileage as super
visor 79 00
C. V. Meeden, salary and
mileage as supervisor.
J. C. De Witt, salary and
mileage as supervisor.
E. S. Ives, assistant dis-
trict attorney 500 00 1
It is mutually understood and j
agreed between the board of su- j
per visors and the district attor-
ney that the increase of salary
due and owing to the district at
torney, Timmons, for the year
190J, be deducted when due to
apply on bill of B. S. Ives above.
On motion the board . toyk,a.
recess until 2 p. m.
Board met at 2 p. m.
All members present.
The following accounts were
audited and allowed:
Gus Livingston, salary as
sheriff 150 00
A. P. Behan, salary as
jailor, $180; allowed.. 1G8 00
D. L. De Vane, salary as
treasurer 250 00
C. II. Brinley, salary as
Clerk district court... 50 00
R. S. Hatch, salary as
jailor, January, $23.75;
allowed '. 25 75
R. S. Hatch, salary as
jailor, January 40 25
A. Frank, salary as pro
bate judge '. 75 00
C. P. Cronin, salary as
county recorder 250 00
"W. F. Timmons, salary as
district attorney 250 00
Estate of M. B. De Vane,
salary of M. B. DeVane
as jailor, eight days. . . 24 00
C. P. Cronin, salary ille
gally deducted 84 00
Geo. H. Miles, justice's
fees, 871 ; allowed .... 65 50
Fred Fredley, justice's
fees, 27.80; allowed.. 21 55
On motion the board adjourn
ed until 10 a. m., April 5, 1901.
T. W. Unberhill,
Chairman Board Supervisors.
Attest: C. P. Cronin,
. Clerk Board Supervisors.
A POIIC CRAPE CREAM OF TARTAH POWDES?
AtoIcI Baking rovrders containing
alum. They aro injurioa3 to liealth.
X ANTED ACTIVE :r-,v OTP GOOD fIIVT
a W-r to deliver and collect fn A i.oni foro'r"
e ,t -Wi'?1"v''i ii uring it oiesalo hou:(t
5 uO a year sure pay. Honesty more than ox; -r
eaiA! v, ui.uu. oar i i --ce. any bank i
a 17 city. Jtincloso self-addrased stamped en
e ope. Manufacture: s Third Floor, 331 Dear.
t.rn St.. Chicago.
Highest Honors, World's Fair
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair
1 BANK OF YUMA I
o eo '
S Capital Stock, Paid Up, $10,000
5 LEVI SPARR, President S
a C. A. PATTERSON, V.Fresideat j
q R. S. PATTERSON, Cashier q
Tins Bank dees a Genera! Banking Business. Patronage Solicited.
GEO. W. NORTON, Prop'r
. A. Jk A
sy W 's7 VVV V V y
NORTON'S TELEPHONE LINES:
To Mohawk Summit (on S. P. R. R.) and to Kofa (King of Arizona)
Daily to Mohawk Summit (on S. P. R, R,)
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays to Kofa (King of Arizona,
4 General : : Merchandise, v
I i MayiandiGrain 1
Office of the Board of Su
pervisors of Yuma Coun
Yuma, Arizona, April 5, 1901.
Board met pursuant to ad
journment. Koll called.
All members present.
Minutes of previous meeting
read and approved.
The following bills were aud
ited and allowed:
Geo. H. Miles, Justice's fees,
39.75; allowed 36 50
32.25; ' " 26 00
- 39.60; " 33 45
31.05; " 24 80
W. L. Reiff, Justice's fees,
810.20; allowed. 6 75
10.25; " 10 00
20.00; " 15 00
. . .. " 5 00
Continued on 2nd page.
You can count your friends by
The present grief always
seems the greatest.
A man who boasts of his qual
ties is nest door to a liar.
The best cure for vanity would
be to have it photographed.
Some men are just like "the
back of a clock always behind
If you would know the value
of money try to borrow some.
It takes a rich, mellow, win
ning voice to make conversation
More pessimists are due to s.
disordered liver than a broken
Some people have theknack of
making other people uncomfort
able trying to make them com
fortable. A young fellow of Phoenix
wrote to his girl on a postal card
and now-she has laid sweet love
The women who stray from
bhe paths of virtue are always
young and beautiful so the
It would be a blessing for so
ciety if all the girls who are pos
sessed of good looks had good
ft . jfK
A jA j A A A fk
l I M 14 iA7 A
A Bona FJde Salary--$12 per Week.
Men and women to appoint agents
and represent us, some to travel, others
for local work. S12 weekly and ex.
penses. Old established house, pleas
ant, permanent positicn.rapid advance
ment and increase of wages. "Write at
Butler & Alger.
Dept. E, New Haven, Conn.
ForSale. Two of the best ranches?
in the Colorado valley of 1C0 acres each.
Apply to C. P. Cronin, court house.
A man laughs when he feels
like laughing. A woman laughs
when she thinks other people
think she ought to laugh.
The man who associates with
devils during his waking hours
need not expect angels' visits in
A man may accredit himself
with the discovery of a good
thing when in reality it was just
the result of an accident.
It is a fact that labor is thar
true source of wealth; it is also
arfact that the wealth goes into
the other fellow's pocket.
People who have their lives
insured seem very long lived to
certain that the other fellow is
You need not take the pains-to
nentibn your own faults. Oth
ers will do that.
Some men by virtue of their
ancestors are only the shadows
of mighty names.
. S- f f l ES 83 S3 ,4, V 1
m uuRts mini all else fails. SJ
fgj Ect Coutjli Syrup. Tastes Good. Use gl
Vsi In time. Sold frr druggists. .jSlF
SAN PEAfJCISCO, CAL. I