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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 1!)01.
For the week ending Tuesday, April 23. 1001
Yuma. Arizona. April 23, 1901.
5 a in 3pm Max. Min.
27 10 79 47
S!i 8 SO 40
27 13 91 51
70 8 . Til
VA 8 U2 55
4S 9 91 52
Cii ; 15 91 .V:
r2 I itt 9 M
Day of "Week.
Rainfall for the week. 0.
Accumulated dcGcieacy of tempera tare for the
wcelt, 4 degroes.
OflScial in Charge.
T. V. Coffey of Blaisdell ' was in
uma this week.
Edwin Caiiie ol Ventura is stopping
nt Hotel Gandolfo.
H 3. St Claire of Pboenix -as a,
uci.f Htfci Gcndohv ihis wesk.
Wei': GSttman. the mining- expert,
returned to Ho; el Gandolfo last even
injr. Dave Balsz returned from" Tempe on
Monday with a car-lead of fat cattle for
his Yuma market.
If you have real estate or canal stock
for sale, call and r cc C. D. Baker, real
estate agent, Hotel Gandolfo office.
Married, April 21, by Probate Judge
Frank, Burrows C. Arnold and Amelia
P. Moore, both residents of Phoenix.
The Sentinel's young friend, Amelio
Prank, is now filling the position of
head clerk for A. Volpiu at the Bee
Col. S. W. Fcrgusscn.cneofthe prin
cipal directors of the Imperial Land
and Canal Company, was in Yuma last
Sheriff F. E. Murphy of Pima county
brought in a batch of convicts from
Tucson and deposited them in the pen
Robert Walker and Mr. T. Black of
Flagstaff were at Botel Gandolfo yes
terday. They brought down four pris
oners for the pen.
At the last meeting of the school
trustees Mrs. Connor tendered her res
ignation as a teacher in the public
schools of Yuma.
Yuma county s district attorney can
now be found in the Molina block on
Madison avenue, where he has recently
iitted up an office.
Mrs. L. F. Greenleaf of Santa Cruz,
Cal.. and her daughter, Mrs. J. F.
Snowden, of Fcriuna. were at Hotel
F. J. Kimball registered atllotel
Gandolfo last evening. He comes to
set up the'machinery on the boats for
the Imperial canal.
Col. Charles Ballanee was up from
his ranch ill the Colorado valley Satur
day. The colonel is expecting another
shipment of high-bred hogs in a few.
days from Ohio.
Our young friend Harry-B. Moore is
expecting some mining men from New
York with an expert to examine some
mining properties in the Plomcsa dis
trict within a raw days.
The board of supervisors adjourned
to-day to meet again May 18th. when
they will open bids and award con
tracts for county printing and for
county physician and hospital service
Donald M. Mclntyre leaves tonight
for Tucson to attend a meeting of the
financial committee of the grand lodge
A. O. U. W. of whiqh he is a repre
sentative member from Yuma lodge.
Capt. Alphonso B. Smith's Secretary,
Mr. F. E. King, arrived in Yuma last
week, and is materially assisting in
pushing the work of the Mexican-Colorado
J. W. Snyder and wife, C. C. Snyder
and wife and Miss S. V. Kyne. all of
Fresno, were, at Hotel Gandolfo this
week. Each of the party located 320
acres under the Imperial canal.
The peace officers of this place have
done much good and effective wot-Rvof
late, and consequently will receive the
continued moral support of cur citi
zens. The U. S. Land office at Tucson has
passed upon 14S claims in the Algo
dones tract since the opening on March
IS. The entries cover approximately
25;0CriiCYes. Twenty-three contesting
applications have been rejected.
The Yuma public schools will close
for the session on Friday evening of
this week and to round out the closing
hours of the term an entertainment
will be given at 7:30 p. m.by pupils and
teaohers.to which all.esr.eeially parents
of school children, are invited.
Thomas W. Hamilton arrived from
Los Angeles Sunday night and is step
ping at the S. P. hotel. Tom's many
old-time friends -will be pleased to learn
t hat he has recently concluded a min
ing deal which locates him "on easy
Captain Mellon of the steamer I'o
chau is down from the Needles after
some articles needed in the construc
tion of another steamer which his com-
pany is building. Captain Mellon' paid
the Sentinel office a friendly call yes
terday. W. H. Shorey has for some time past
had quite an attraction at the front of
his place of business three mice,
which he had caught in a trap and
placed in the cage in which is a re -
volving cylinder, same as is often seen , I began using Dr. King's New Discov
in a squirrel cage. The mice have be- j cry and was wholly cured by six bot
come quite tame and have taken quite j ties.'' Positively guaranteed for
a liking to the cylinder ride, and are coughs, colds and all throat and lung
spinning it around racst of the time to j troubles. At Cotter's drug store. Price
(be amusement of pnprerpbr. jocund fJ. Trial bottle? free.
Back Ivelley Here,
Busk Eelley, editor and proprietor
ofthe Moberly ( Mo. ) Monitor, one of j
the oldest and best newspapers of North
Missouri, arrived in Yuma yesterday,
and called at the Sentinel office. Mr.
Kelley has some valuable placer min
ing property at Monitor, near Gild City,
in this county, and he is here to look
after it. He is impressed with the great
improvement .in Yuma since his last
. . .
The Holland Submarine Boat.
All cur readers are familiar with the
Holland submarine boat, with which it
is possible to go about completely under
water. If the enemy have a big war
ship lying in a strongly fortified harbcr
the boat can be submerged and make
its way to the ship, place a powerful
explosive under it and blow it to pieces
without appearing above water. While
this boat secretly destroys ships of the
enemy, Hosteler's Stomach Bitters
likewise attacks and overcomes dan
gerous diseases. A few doses .will give
relief in any stomach, liver r,r blood
disorder. The Bitters not only cure
the sick, but prevent the well from be
coming sick. It should be taken by
all who need a strengthening tonic.
Arrested tor Smuggling.
Juan Domiuqucs and L. Dominqucs
residents of The Colony just be'Iow the ,
Mexican boundary line, were arrested
Monday by Deputy U. S. Marshal
Wilder cn a charge cf smuggling -IS
pounds of cheese across the line. The
warrant was sworn out by Deputy Col
lector Hood. The case is set for next
Saturday and will be tried before U. S.
Commissioner Harry Carpenter. Peter
T. Robertson is attorney for defend
ants. High Pressure Days.
Men and women alike have to work
incessantly with brain and hand to hold
their own nowadays. Never were the
demands cf business, the wants of the
family, the requirements of society,
more numerous. The first effect of the
praiseworthy effort togep up with all
these things is commonly seen in a
weakened or debilitated condition of
the nervous system, which results in
dyspepsia, defective nutrition of both
body and brain, and in extreme eases
in complete nervous prostration. It is
clearly seen that what is. needed is
what will sustain the system, give vigor
and tone to the nerves and kpep the di
gestive and assimilative? functions
healthy and active. From personal
knowledgeAve can recommend Hood's
Sarsaparilla for this purpose. It acts
on all the vital organs,-. builds up the
whole sstem. and fits men and women
for these high pressure days.
List of letters remaining, unclaimed
in Yuma pcstollice, week ending April
24, 1901: ' '
Courtney, R. EL Cautufi, Estebea
Campos. Dario. Carmichael, C." B.
Dabovich. Peter, Darley. Martin
Jones. L. H. Jochi, S
Lutz, Jr.. Mr. Lyons. J. .
Mentain. Frank Magdaleno. Porfirio
Martinez. Calleta. Martinez, Antonio
Natividad, Jesus. Ocho. Romalda
Ortiz, Manuel Preston. Fay
Riley. Edward, Reests Albert
Sanchez. Juan L. Saiz. Francisco
Peitons calling for above letters will
please say "advertised."
R. H. Chandler, P. M.
We offer one hundred dollars reward
for any case of catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F.'.T. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. O.
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last lo years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by their firm.
West & Truax.
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, O.
Waldixg, Kinnan & Marvin.
"Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surface's of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 7"c per
bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Hall's Family Pills arc the best.
Sent to the Asyiurn.
William Wynccop Watkinswas tried
before Probate Judge Frank last week
and was adjudged insane. Dr. Moller
being the examining physician. The
unfortunate man was taken to the asy
lum at Phoenix cn Monday night's
train by Sheriff Livingston. Mr. Wat
kins has been living alcne at his ranch
in the Colorado valley for several ears.
He is quite an old man and was former
ly possessed of unusual intellectual at-
j tainments, considerable wealth, and a
j good education, covering the arts and
j sciences, in which latter he was excep
tionally well versed. His mind is sTrp
j posed to have become unbalanced from
J living alone and brooding over linan
j cial reverses which have marked his
life in the west. One of his hallucina
tions is that the J. Pierrepont Morgan
sydicate is indebted to him in the sum
of two millions Gf dollars and will net
A Raging, Roaring Flood
Washed down a telegraph line which
Chas. C. Ellis, of Lisbon, la., had to
repair. ''Standing waist deep in icy
water," he writes, "gave me a terrible
cold and cough. It grew worse daily.
Finally the best doctors in Oakland.
j Neb., Sioux City and Omaha said I had
j consumption and could not live. Then
Judje George H. Miles lias returned
from Tucson, where he had been look
ing after his land filings at the U. S.
land ofiice. Judge Miles and one John
Lynn made simultaneous filings for the
same tract of land. In cases of this
kind the government permits the par
lies to make cash bids, the highest bid
der getting the land in question. In
this instance Judge Miles knocked the
persimmon, his bid being $110.00 and
Another easeof the same kind oc
curred last wc ek. the parties being J.
B. Ratbbuu and Miss Emily Harbolt.'
Rath bun bid -520 and secured the land.
Miss Harbolt having failed- to offer a
cash consideration. .
Both of these claims are located in
the Algodones tract west cf Yuma.
Molds Up a Congressman.
''At the end of the last campaign,"
writes Champ Clark, Missouri's bril
liant congressman, "from overwork,
nervous tension, less of sleep and con
stant speaking I had about utterly collapsed.-
It seemed that all the organs
in my.; body were out of order, but
three bottles of Electric Bitters made
me all right. It's the best all-round-medicine
ever sold over a druggist's
counter." Overworked, run down men
and weak, sickly women gain splendid
health unci vitalitv from Electric Bit-
Try them. Only f0c.
At Cotter's drug store.
The Assassination ot Sheriff Bceler. !
Hon. A. F. Banta is in receipt of a j
private letter from St. Johns. Apache j
county, in which the writer says:
'As yen have heard some time ago j
that Ed. Beeler shot and killed Monte
Slaughter in Springerville last Janua
ry. Well, cn the 12th instant P.
Slaughter, a boy of 17, brother of the
deceased Monte Slaughter, and M. Jar-
rell, a cousin of the Slaughters, aged 22
years, ambushed Ed. Beeler from be
hind a pile of recks about thirty yards
distant from their victim. From their
nmhiish thev hrcd linen
fired upen Mr. Beeler.
the first two shots taking effect
ex-sheriff after receiving the two shots
and although badly
ed in getting into a little sheltering
arroya that was nearby. The assassins
continued firing in an endeavor to finish
thejr dastardly work, and fired eight
more shots, 'killing one of Mr. Beeler's
horses and wounding the. other one;
the two horses being hitched to a
wagen. Mr. Beeler was armed only
with a pistol, and at the time was en
gaged in building a pasture fence. He
lived about seven hours and gave a
clear and succinct account of the affair.
The assassins made no attempt to con
ceal their identity and are now fleeing
from justice with Sheriff Ortega and
party hot on their trail. The murder
ers have twelve hours the advantage
cf the sheriff and posse.
'T!s Easy to Feel Good.
Conn tl ess thousands, have found a
blessing to the body in Dr. King's New
Life Pills, which positively cure con
stipjttiohj. sick headache, dizziness,
jaundice, malaria, fever and ague and
all liver arid stomach troubles. Purely
vegetable: never gripe or weaken.
Only 2."o at e otter's drug store.
New Telephone Cable.
Supt. Frank Blaisdell, of the Yuma ( ife haf. be(?n lenffthent,d at enst until
Telephone Company, is putting up an J U)e supi.eme com.t, )af5es npon the 0vi-anle-inducticn
cable to take the place (1in,. .,nn .hinll ., mnv ,,.:! ...iU i;0
of the numerous telephone wires. The
cable simply consists ot 100 separate
wires enclosed in a non-conducting
tube of India-rubber, and is one of the
latest improvements in teleplione ser
Job Couldn't Have Stood It
If he'd had itching piles. Thev're ter
ribly annoying, but Bucklen's Arnica
Salve will cure the worst case of piles
on earth. It has cured thousands. For
injuries, pains or bodily eruptions it's
the best salve in the world. Price 2"c
a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold at Cot
ter's drug store.
If you want the Greatest amusement
game of the century, for parties, for
"twos, "for solitude, for you something
to while away pleasantly the idle hours,
send one dime to box 1017. Sunset Pub
lishing Company, Lcs Angeles. Cali
Mr. J.Vance Lewis. ofTakcma Park,
a suburb of Washington, D. C. and his
son, Charleys Lewis, arrived in Yuma
yesterday and are in the market for a
slice of the rich Colorado valley, upon
which the young Mr. Vance desires to
locate and become a tiller of the soil,
or a grower of alfalfa. Mr. Lewis and
his son visited the Sentinel ollice yes
terday to make inquiries regarding
lands for sale in the valley. Mr. Lewis
is an attorney and makes a specialty of
pulic land law, havinghad long experi
ence in the general land ofiice and in
practice before that ollice. Both the
young man and his father are very
pleasant and agreeable gentlemen and
the Sentinel would be pleased to see
them become property holders in the
valley. They have
rooms at Motel
The following, party of prospective
land investors from California arrived
on last night's train and left this morn
ing for the head of the Imperial canal
on a tour of investigation: H. P.
McCusick, Norwalk, Cal'.: Will S.
Fawcctt. Whittier; Mrs. S. C. Abbott,
Compton: W. H. Holloway, Whittier;
M. H. Walker, Kcrnville.
Capt. 13. A. Frazier, one of the pie
' neer citizens of Willcox, is stopping at
noted Gandolfo. The captain is one of
the successful cattlemen of the territo
ry, and is here to secure some of the
rich lands of the Colorado valley, which
he thinks is all right and has a bright
HART NEARLY ESCAPES.
The Condemned Murderer of Hatt.
De Vane Cuts His Shackels and
' Gets Close to Liberty.
"In two minutes mere I'd have
given you fellows sepne target practice,
anyway." said Thomas Hart yesterday
to a group of deputies and others when
he found that his attempt to get out of
jail had been thwarted. Between 12
and 1 o'clock yesterdav County Re
corder Cronin went to the hydrant in
the jail yard fcr a drink of water. The
hydrant is near the northeast corner of
the jail building, and while drinking,
Mr. (.'renin's attentiou was attracted by
the sound of falling dirt. Glancing at
the adobe wall he soon discovered
v.-he re the dirt was coming from and
a Sherlock Holmes was not needed to
divine its meaning mio of the prison
ers yas diggingout." Somewhat pc r
turbed but not "rattled." Mr. Cronin
acted' quickly. Going to his office he
returned at once with a gun. and hav
ing given the alarm hurried to the jail,
where a crowd of cilice rs and attaches
of the court house quickly gathered.
Halt was found safe enough in" his cell,
but with his shackles cut in two and
in a disagreeable frame of mind,
which is net to be wondered at, for if
Recorder Cronin had not discovered
what was going as .-con as he did. Hart
would have breathed free, air at least
u-mpuia. ... . .mSL m
. . tl ..1 1,..,.,. , .r.Wi.l
i ins escape.
Foiled by so narrow a margin. Hart
was in a bad humor. "By ."he
said, "I'm out oJ luck: some of you
knock me cn the head! Only two min
utes more, though, and I'd have given
you some elephant target practice if
nothing more come of it.'; The aperture
through the wall was only a few inches
from the ground and required but a
little enlargement at the outer edges
to permit Hart's crawling through very
readily. It was a close call and the
prisoner will hardly have another such
Sheriff Livingston has
.iiiii1wjit(1 l5m u-ith !!tl "Ol-Piron llOlit'
, , tw, ,.vhnC , tll
, . , , , ' , -,
same: oesieies ne nas
Deen pmceu m
solitary confinement. The supervisors
have ordered a steel cell, in which
Hart will be placed as soon as it ar
rives. Every precaution will be taken
and unless providence or the supreme
court intervenes, and neither is within
the probabilities, Thomas Hart-; before
many moons will expiate the murder
of under-sheriff DeYane by the hemp
necktie route. The saw used by the
prisoner could' not be found . Hart says
he broke it and threw it into the vault.
Ever since the capture of the mur
derer he has been confined in the ter
ritorial prison, but Supt. Brown turned
him over to the county authorities a
few days ago, as he did not want him
on the hill any longer. .Mr. Brown
says that there was hardly a convict
who was not desirous that Hart should
es'cape, and. they were planing all the
time to thatjt'nd. As Hart was a most
desperate and resourceful criminal,
besides being the county's rightful
charge and not his, he decided to turn
him and the responsibility for his safe
keeping over to the Sheriff.
Hart was sentenced to hang May
17. but a stav of execution having
been secured on an appeal, his lease of
j (iec j
Go to Geo. Paxton's store and get all
kinds of fruit, vegetables, cigars, to
bacco. bread, cakes., pies. etc.
Quick sales and small profits is my
Yellowstone and Monogram whiskies
at The Ruby.
Babbitt metal for sale at the SENTI
NEL ollice. " .
Shorey has just received a new line
of Ralston Health Foods..
Pear's ottar of roses toilet soap at
Cotter's drug store.
See our fine linen paper, only 2oc per
box. at Cotter's drug store.
Professor E..C: Engelhardt, late of
Denv;rf 'arrived ia Yuma last week on
his'4ray to Los Angeles, where he wtfl
establish his headquarters, as a mining
expert and chemist.- Prof. Engel
hardt. is one of the most thoroughly
practical mining men of the country,
and has directed the construction of
many mills, smelters and cyanide
plants in Colorado, Montana, Mexico
and California more, perhaps, than
any other man. He is a thorough
chemist, having the advantage of a
scientific education obtained both in
the United States and Germany.
Cassius M. Coe, editor and proprietor
of the Nome Gold Digger, who has
been stooping at hotel Gandolfo for
several months, leaves to-night for
Scottsdale, a small settlement some ten
miles from Phoenix. We are sorry to
see Mr. Coe leave Yuma, but as he be-
ll"v"s LUt; uiiiiuc m uc uui.cuujin lu
him, the Sentinel most sincerely hopes
that his most sanguine hopes may .be
realized, and that when he returns to
Yuma again it may be with health and
strength fully restored.
Sheriff S. S. Stout of Maricopa
county," brought down a convict and
lodged him on the hill yesterday. His
name is Juan Rosas, and he has a three
years sentence to serve for assault with
intent to kill. Sheriff Stout returned
to Phoenix on last night's train.
A clear brain and healthy body are
essential for success. Business men,
teachers, students, housewives,, and
other workers say Hood's Sarsaparilla
gives them appetite and strength and
makes their work seem easy. It over
comes that tired feeling.
Why You Should Insist on Having
EUREKA HARNESS OIL
U nequaled by ahy other.
Renders hard leather soft.
Keeps out water.
heavy bodied oil. ,
n excellent preservative.
Reduces cost of your harness.
IMever burns the leather; its
Efficiency is increased.
Secures best service.
Stitches kept from breaking.
gs sold in all
Standard Oil Cotnprtnr.
AMENDHENT TO ARTICLES OF
INCORPORATION OF THE
v TRIPLER LIQUID AIR
The undersigned hereby certify that
the following amendment to the Arti
cles of Incorporation of The Tripler
Liquid Air Company is duly authorized
as therein stated: r
Resolved., that for "the purpose of
acquiring the patents, applications for
patents and the property of other liquid
air companies, and for the purpose of
strengthening the treasury of this com
pany, the offcers are hereby authorized
and empowered to file with the proper
officers of the Territory of Arizona' the
following amendments to the Articles
of Incorporation- of this company, to
wit: Amendment to the Articles of Incor
poration of The Tripler Liquid" Air
Company, authorized by the board of
directors on the 20th day of March.
15)01. and which action was confirmed
by the stockholders at a special meet
ing duly called for that purpose and
held at the office of the company at
Yuma. Arizona, on the 2nd day of
April, 1JJ01. namely:
First: That the capital stock of The
Tripler Liquid Air ( 'ompany be and the
same is hereby increased from 1.000,000
shares of a par value of $10.00 each to
l.f00,000 shares of a par value of $10.00
Second: That the board of directors
is hereby increased from seven mem
ber to edeven members, and that the
present board is authorized to elect the
additional member, who shall hold
office until the next annual meeting of
Third: That the directors may ap
point an executive committee and dele
gate such power and authority as the
directors may determine.
The Tripler Liquid Air company.
By Stephen W. Dorsey.
H. P. LAYTON,Secretary.
Stephen W. Dorsey.
John P. Jones.
H. PLayton. "
Frank J. Cannon.
State- of New York, )
County of New York, f '
On this 2nd day cf April. A. D. llftl
before me personally came and ap
peared Stephen W. Dorsey, John P.
Jones. H. P. Lay ten and Frank J. Can
non, to me personally known, and
known to me to be four of the directors
of The Tripler Liquid Air Company,
the corporation referred to in the fore
going certificate, and they severally
duly acknowledged to me that they ex
ecuted the same as such directors.
In witness whereof. I have hereunto
subscribed my name and affixed my offi
cial seal in the said coun'y of New
York the day and year last above
John C. Wall,
Seal Notary Public.
New York County.
Reeciyed for record April 22, lflOf. at
f) minutes past 11 o'clock a. m., at re
quest of Stephen W. Dorsey. Record
ed in Book No. : of Bonds and Agree
ments at page 9." e't scq.. Records of
Yuma-county. Arizona Territory.
C. P. ( 'RONIN, Recorder.
Seal By Lillian E. Cronin
First publication April 24.
Notice to Creditors.
Estate of Chas. Gallagher, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed, Julius Goldbaum, administrator
of the estate of Chas. Gallagher, de
ceased, to the creditors of and all
persons having claims against the said
deceased, to exhibit them, with the
necessary vouchers, within four months
after the first publication of this notice
to the said administrator at Tucson,
Arizona, the same being the place for
the transaction of the business of said
estate, in the County of Pima, Arizona.
Administrator of Estate of Chas. Gal
Dated Tucson, Arizona, this 2(ith day
of March. 11)01. '
Notice for Publication.
Homestead Entry No. 2964.
Department of the Interior
Land Ofiice at Tucson, Arizona.
April 22. 1P0 1.
Notice is hereby si von tfr.it the- follo-.vinf.--named
pettier has liled notice of his intention to
make llnal proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the Clerk of
the District Court at Yuma, Arizona, cn Fri
day. May 31. 1S01. viz:
Thomas S. Lewis, of Yuma, Arizona, for the
S. W.H N. Vv.U Sec. :!2, and S.! N. E.Ji and
N. W.h S. E.,'4 Sec. 31, T. 10. S. R. at W.. G. &
S. It. B. & M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
h is continuous residence upon and cultivation
oT said land, viz :
' Richard P. Marablc, and
George M. Thurman. all of Yr.ma, Arizona.
MILTON K. MOORK. register.
J'irst publication April 21, iWM. v
New-invoiceln Lutcst Stylos ol
Also. a Fine line of
Shoes tmd - "
Underwear ' .
' ' ' Tllis space
The Pioneer Mercantile House of Yuma,
Hay, Grain and Lumber, Boots, Slices, Etc,
s ? i-roiii
Imperial Land and Canal Co's camp, south of
Flowing- Wells, in San Diego Co., California,
Leave Flowing Wells Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays,
Returning Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays. t 1
Ocjcjc1 Stock. Comfcrtabl'-; Oc x-.cli osV"
Private conveyances furnished when desired, also good hotel
accommodations, at Flowing Wells, by applying to
' GEO. McCAULLEY, PropV. .
Offioe Telephone, 211
Ajxents for the
a .spA. Tonini
COMl'LKTB ASSORTMENT OV
ht best in
T I 1 VJ'-I I I I UIL C
Confectionery and Candy Fresh f
A From the Factory.
Complete Assortment f
g; of Havana, Mexican and-g ?
'.Domestic Cigars. : : 9
A FULL LINE OF STATIONERY
4 Gandolfo Block. Yuma. Ariz. ?
G. S. PETERKIN CO.,
Horse- Shoeing a Specialty.
Shop cor. Second St. and Maid2ii Lane
belongs to the
Retail iU';iT m
and Main Sts. Yuma, Arizona
I Flowing Wells,.
on the S. P. Iw II.-
to the '
Ice Pfanf Jeie. 24T
MODEST!, PrOpr. ,0ffiee.Modesti'sstore
Wood Cut to Order
and Delivered to
any part of town
Hay and Grain
Bought and Sold. Yuma, Arizona.
Desert Land, Final Proof No
tice for Publication,
United States Land Ofllce.
March 4. 1P0L
Notice is hereby given that Melville Greenleaf,
of Yumii. Ytfma county. Arizona, has tiled no-
lice of intention to insvkc proof on his desert'
land claim No. 2877 for the S4 See 15. T 10. S It
H W.. G & S R B & IA.. before the Rcjn.-ter autt
Receiver at Tucson, Arizona, on Thursday, the
eleventh day of April, 1001.
He names the following i messes to prorathc
complete irrigation and reclamnaion of sai2
Gus Livingston. "
Albert P. Behan, and
Charles R. Hood, all of Yuma. Arfeonn.
MILTON R. MOORK, Raster;,
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