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t Pioneer Paper of Arizona
Official Paper of Yuma Co.?
. ' "Independent in all things."
VOL. XXXI. . YUjMLA, ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, JUUY 16, 1902, j$o. 36
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PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
YUMA, : : : : ARIZONA
J. W. DORRINGTON, Proprietor.
Governor x. 0. Murphv
Seoretary i.-nac T. Stoddsird
Auditor -. W. F. Nichols
Treasurer , T. W. Femberton
Attorney General C P. Ainsworth
burvyor General Price
Sup't of Public Instruction R. L. Toni;
Delegate to Congress Marcus A. Smith
Sup't Territorial Prison Herbert Brown
Tt'csoN r.AXD ornt'K
Roister Milton R. Moore
ltocuiver John H. Bauman
District Jndire Edward Kent
Clerk of District Court Tohn Doau
Suiicnisors T- Unuerhill. Chairman,
supervisor., ( c y Moi.,Jen aud j. c. ue Witt
Clerk of Board of Supei visors C. P. Cronin
Probate Judge and Sup't of Schools.. .A. Frank
snunn, gus ijivinsston
Under Sheriff Albert Hunan
District Attorney W. F. Timmo-ns
Treasurer D. L. DeVanc
Surveyor W. W. Elliott
County Physician Dr. P. G. Cottar
County Recorder C. P. Cronin
Justices of the Peace
G. H. Miles
"i W. I. Reiff
t Will Bcspain
" "i Jake Meadows
Trustees Yuma School Disl- J. E. Devine.
R. S. Patterson
F. L. Ewiiifr. John Devine
V Robert Taniu. John Dunce
City Attorney l?eter T. Robertson
City Clcrk.and Treasurer J. L. Redondo
Marshal J. D. Meadows
Street Commishioner. U. G. Wilder
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Week days. 8 a. m. to C p. m.
No Money Order business on Sundays.
Mail (East and West) cloi-es every day at 7 p. m.
R. H. Chandler. P. M.
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,1 every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Visit
ing brethren in good standing are invited to
attend. Yours in C. H. and P.
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LLIANCIA HISPANO-AMERICANO NO.
10. meets every Sunday at Elks" hall. 6 p.
m. Manxel. Monroy, Pres. J. L. Redondo.
r F. DAVIS, ATTORNEY AT LA W.
L?C Ollice in Exchange Bltur.. Yuma. Ari..
H. Wcpphkmak. Mary A. Wuppbuman
-6 V-UPPERMAN & V.TUPPERMAN. ATTOR-
V neys at law. Stenography. Tyic-writing
a nd Notary Public. Ou'.ee with Judge FranU.
3ETER T. ROHERTSON. ATTORNEY AT
Law. umcii in toiler mug., i uma, .vr.z.
TJ C. DAVIS. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. OF
J J. lice on Madison avenue, near coisrt house,
XN. MOLLER. M. D.. PHYSICIAN AND
J, Surgeon. Ollice Levy cottafre. Main St.;
TTT IL ELLIOT1'. CIVIL ENGINEER AND
VV Surveyor- U- S. Deputy Mineral Sur
veyor. Yuma. Arizona.
A. DUKE, NOTARY PUBLIC, YUMA,
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In the Probate Court of the
County of Yuma, Territory of
In the matter of the Estate )
and Guardianship of
Mark Johnson, a Minor.
Notice is hereby ari ven
John Gandolfo, the guardian of
Hie person and estate of Mark
Johnson, minor, having tiled m
lliis court a petition for an order
of sale of the following real es
tate, to-wit: Lots one and two
J I and 2, seven and eight 7 and
S, block three 3, Neahr's addi
tion to the city of Phoenix,
county . of Maricopa, Territory
of Arizona, the hearing of which
lias been fixed by this said court
for Saturday, the 12lh day of
July, 19U2, at 10 o'clock a. m. of
said day, at the court room of
said court, in the town and
county of Yuma, Territory of
Arizona; aud all persons inter
ested in said estate and "guard
ianship of said minor are hereby
notified then and there to appear
and show cause, if any there be,
why the said petition should not
Dated Yuma, A. T., April 30,
Clerk of Probate Court.
,Eirst viublished . June. 4, 1902.
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GEO. W. NORTON, Proprietor
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
Know all men by these Presents: That we,
the undersigned, citizens of the United
States of America, for the purpose of forming
a corporation under th laws of the Territory
of Arizona, do adopt the following articles of
The names of the incorporators are as fol
lows: James' 1 Ward, M. J. McGarry and
Samuel 15. Elliott.
The name df tins corporation, shall be San
Simon Mining Company.
ARTICLE III. .
The principal place of business of this Cor- j
poration shall beat Yuma, in Yuma County. 1
Arizona Territory, with a brunch office in
Los Angeles City, County of Los . Angeles, !
State of California, at which latter place in !
the City of Lbs Angeles, County of Los Ange-1
les, State of California, the stockholders
meetings may be held. i
AKTICLE IV. ' J
The general nature of the business proposed j
to te transacted and tliepurpo.se for which !
this corporation is formed an-, to carry onS
the business of mining for gold, lead and other !
metals, minerals and materials and of milling
and reducing ores, and the acquisition- by '
location, purchase or otherwise of mines,
mining property, water rights, aqueducts,
and the working, use and operation thereof,
to erect and operate smelters, mills, reiineries
and other works for reducing and treating i
ores and minerals; building roads, tramways
railroads and canals from the company's
mines and works to some river, railroad or 1
highway, and to do all other things needful j
to conduct a general mining business; also to i
erect and own buildings, to acquire by pur-j
chase, location or otherwise all kinds of real
estate, including timber lands, coal and oil j
lands and mining property, to buy and sell
all kinds of merchandise, aud to own and
conduct hotels and restaurants; to buy, hold,
improve, sell, mortgage and hj-pothecate
(either, any or all) any ami every kind of real i
personal or mixed property; to take, hold, j
own, sell, or in any matter dispose of shares ;
of the capital stock of any other corpor- j
atiou: to acquire in any legal manner, dev-;
elop, own, use, sell jr furnish to any other
person or corporation water, steam or elec-.
The capital stock of said company shall be
divided into 2,")0),)00 shares of the par value
of one dollar each, said stock upon issuance,
to be paid in full iu ciush, or its equivalent in J
property conveyed to said corporation, or by
services rendered said corporation, and when j
issued shall be forever non-assessable. i
ARTICLE VI. I
Private property of the stockholders of this j
corporation shall be exempt from any and all I
the debts and liabilities of the corporation,!
and tlie stock of said corporation shall be
The highest amount of indebtedness to
which this corporation is to subject itself
shall not exceed fifty thousand dollars.
The time of commencement of this corpor
ation shall be on the date when these articles
are filed for record witli (he Recorder of said
Yuma County, Arizona Territory, ami shall
continue, for twenty-live (25) years from that
The affairs of this corporation shall be con
ducted by a board of directors consisting
of live persons, who must be stockholders, in
eluding the president and secretary, and at
the option of the board of directors, a vice
president may be elected, (who must also be
a stockholder) and an assistant sccrotaiw.
who mar be; by resolution or" the dirc-etcrs,
P. L. Ewino,
Wholesale rnd Retail
Lumber and Building Hardware.
AGENTS FOR uKIO!?i;c,!,a)MPANV
empowered to sign and issue certificates of
stock with like power as the secretary.
The board of directors shall consist of
James P. Ward; Samuel B. Elliott, M. J. Mc
Garry, James E. Pells and E. A. Zwanzig,
who shall hold ollice until their successors
are elected and have qualified.
Any vacancies that may occur in any of
the ollices of this corporation shall be filled
by the board of directors, by a majority vote
thereof, at any meeting thereof, and in the
event of any vacancy occurring in the board
or directors, the same shall be filled by a
majority vote of the remaining directors at
any regular meeting thereof, and when so
elected, they shall hold ollice until the next
annual meeting of the said corporation.
ARTICLE XII. x
The board of directors shall at their first
meeting havefull power toestablish and adopt
such by-laws, rules and regulations as shall
be deemed expedient for. the management of
the affairs of this corporation, not inconsist
ent with the constitution and laws of the
United States and the laws of Arizona Ter
ritory. The board of directors shall have power by
a majority vote of the directors present-at
any meeting, to exercise any of the powers
enumerated in Section o of Chapter II of
Title Xlll, Revised Statutes of Arizona 1001,
passed by the Twenty-first Legislative Assem
bly of the Territory or Arizona, except as
otherwise herein provided. .
The board or directors may meet, act and
transact any or the business of the corpor
ation at cither of the offices in Yuma or Los
The price for which the capital stock of
this corporation may be sold 'shall be regu
lated by the board or directors at any meet
ing thereof, and from time to time changed.
In witness whereof, the above named in
corporators have hereunto set their hands
and seals this 23rd day of June. 1902.
M. J. .McGauuv seal
Jamics P. Wakd seal
Sam uk i, B. Elliott seal
Statu ok California, .
County or Los Angeles. ) S!3
Before me, Samuel Krazer, a Notary Public
in and for. the County of Los Angeles, State or
California, on this day personally appeared
James P. Ward, M. J. McGarry and Samuel
B. Elliott, known to me to be the iersons
whose names are subscribed to the foregoing
instrument, and acknowledged to ine that
they executed the same tor the purpose and
consideration therein expressed.
Given under my hand and seal of ollice this
23rd day of June, A. D. i!W2.
seal Samuel Fuazkh.
Xotiiry Public in and for the County of Los
Angeles, State of California.
My commission expires July 10th, 1!KK.
Recorded at the request of M. J. McGarry
at 0 o'clock a. m., June 2th. A. I). 1002.
C. P. CRONIN, County Recorder.
Ti:i:kitory ok Arizona, )
County of Yuma. &
I, C. P. Cronin. County "Recorder in and for
the County of Yuma, Territory or Arizona,
do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true
full and correct copy of Articles of Incorpor
ation of the "San Simon Mining Company"
as tiled for record in my office on the 21th
dny of June, A. D. 1002, and as appears of
record in Book "3" of Bonds and Agreements,
page et seq., Records of Yuma County,
In witness whereof, I have hereunto set mv
hand and affixed my official seal, this 21th
day of June, A. D. 1002.
(ai'.M.) C. P. CRONIN,
County Recorder, Yuma County, Arizona
First publication June 25, 1902.
COME TO TIIE SENTINEL OFFICE
for Job Work. Satisfaction assured.
Mining' locations', conforming to the
new mining laws, for sale at the Sonti
Water rights in the Irrigation Land
and Improvement. Co. (Ludy) canal, by
Q.-G. Wilder, Bex 46, Yuma, Arizona.
Notice of Application for
U. S. Patent.
Mineral Survey Iro. o'J7A.
Notice or application for Patent U-S. Land
Office, Los Angeles, California, July , l!)0
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of
Chapter Six, Title Thirty-two. Revised Sta
tutes of tiic United States, the California
King Gold Mines Company, a corporation
duly organized under and by virtue of the
laws of the Territory or Arizona and having
its principal place or business and postollice
addressat Yuma, Yumu County, Arizona: sole
owner of the hereinafter named group of
mining claims, by John II. Carpenter, its
attorney in fact, whose pcst ffije address is
Yuma. Yuma County, Arizona, lias tiled in
tlieofficeof the Register of the United States
Land Office at Los Angeles, California, an
application for patent for nie following
group of mining claims; consisting or the
New Jersey, Washington, Santa Rosa, Penn
sylvania, San Juaquin, Manila, Porto Rica,
Santa Monica, San Jose, Diablo, Salinas, Kan
Diego, Louise, Ruby, Red llot, Opal, Diamond,
Bonita. Vallejo, Saucelito, Denver Beile and
Nugget mining claims, situate in old Picacho
Mining District, on unsurveyed public land
in township U south or range 22 east. San
Bernardino meridian, in the County of San
Diego. SUite or California, and designated by
the field notes and official plat thereof on
file in this office, as Mineral Survey No. :i05l.
Said Mineral Survey No. :!)5I being de
scribed as follows, to-wlt: Magnetic varia
tions at all corners or all locations, 1:J 45!
NEW JERSEY LOCATION.
Beginning at Cor. No. 1, identical witli U.S.
mineral monument No. Hi (which is a white
sand stone post Set in a conspicuous cone
shaped hill, from which a palo verde tree 10
inches in diameter bears S. 51 00' W., 231.5
feet distant. The "Eye of Pieacho" bears N.
74 20' W.) and with Cor. No. 1 of U. S. Sur.
No. 3192 of the Goshen quartz mine, thence
S.1S4S' W. 1500 feet to Cor. No. 2;-thence N.
11 12' W. 000 feet to Cor. No. ;!; thence N. 4S
IS' E. 1500 feet to Cor. No. 4; thence S. 41 12'
E. (XX) feet to Cor. No. I and place of begin
ning, containing 17.01 acres.
Beginning at Cor. No. 1; whence U. S. M. M.
No. Ill bears S. 2 17' E., 771.2 feet; thence S. 48
IS' W. 1500 feet to Cor. No. 2; thence N. 14 38'
E. 000.2 feet to Cor. No. 3; thence N. 18 48' E.
1500 feet to Cor. No. 4; thence S. 14 38' W. 900.2
foet to Cor. No. 1, the place of beginning, con
taining 17.03 acres.
SANTA ROSA LOCATION.
Beginning at cor. No. 1; whence U. S. M. M.
No. 01 bears S. 51 57' E. 1138 feet; thence N. 80
51' W. 1500 feet to cor. No. 2; thence N. 14 38'
E. 611. Hi feet to cor. No. 3; thence S. SMH1' E.
1500 feet to cor. No. 4; thence S. 11 38' W.
011.10 feet to cor. No. 1, the place or beginning,
ontaining 20.(15 acres.
PEN NSYLVA Nl A LOC ATI ON.
Beginning at cor. No. l;whence U. S. M. M.
No. 01 bears S. S6 11' E. 1080 feet; thence N. S(i
51' W. 1470.4 feet to cor. No. 2. thence N. 254I'
AV. 35.5 feet to cor. No. 3; thence N. 14 38' E.
Y70.35 feet to cor. No. 4; thence S. 80 31' E.
1500 feet to Cor. No. 5; thence S. It0 3o' W.
001.8 feet to cor. No. 4; the place of beginning,
containing 20.2? acres.
SAN JOAQUIN LOCATION.
Beginning at cor. No. 1; whence U. S. M. M.
No. 01 bears S. 80 14' E. 1086 feet; thence S. 25
44' E. (JS7.45 feet to cor. No. 2; thence N. 8(1 31'
W. 1470.4 feet to cor. No. 3; thence N. 23? 11' W.
087M5 feet to cor. No. 4; thence S. SO3 31' E.
1170.4 feet to cor. No. 1, the place of beginning,-!
containing 20-34 acres.
Beginning at cor. No. 1; whence U. S. M. M
No. 04 bears S. 8.5 45' E. 2580.3 feet; thence N.
25 41' W. 1500 feet to cor. No. 2; thence N. 11
38' E. 926 feet to cor. No. 3; thence S. 25 44' E.
1500 feet to cor. No. 4; thence S. 14 38' W.
926.45 feet to cor. No. 1. the place of beginning,
containing 20.66 acres.
PORTO RICA LOCATION. .
Beginning at cor. No- 1; whence U. S. M. M.
No. 61 bears S. 70 3 57' E. 3148 feet; thence S.
51 50' W. 600 feet to cor. No. 2; thence N. 25 -44'
W. 1500 feet to cor. No. 3; thence N. 54 50'
E. 600 feet to cor. No. 4; thence S. 25 41' E.
1500 feet t t cor. No. I, the place of beginning,
containing 20.39 acres.
SANTA MONICA LOCATION.
Beginning at cor. No. 1; whence U. S. M.'M.
No. 61 bears S. 78 5 51' E. 533.6 feet; tnence S.
54 59' W. 600 feet to cor. No. 2; thence N. 25
44' W. 1500 to cor. No. 3; thence N. 51 c 50' E.
COO feet to cor. No. 4; thence S. 25 3 44 E. 1500
feet to cor. No. 1. the place or beginning, con
taining 20.39 acres.
SAN JOSE LOCATION.
Beginning at cor. No. 1; whence U. S. M. M.
No. 01 bears S. 8-5 3 06' E. 3973 feet; thence S.
51 3 59' W. 6(15.2 feet to cor. No. 2; thence N. 25 3
41' W. 1500 feet to cor. No. 3"; thence N.5I 3 50 E.
005.2 feet to cor. No. 1; thence S. 25 3 41 E. 1-500
feet to cor. No. 1, the place of beginning, con
taining 20.56 acres.
Beginning at cor. No. 1; whence U. S. M. M.
No. 61 bears N. 73 3 03' E.3MJ.1 feet; thence S.
51 3 59' W. 004.0 feet to cor. No. 2; thence N.263
18' W. 140S.5 feet to cor. No. 3; thence N: 51 3 50'
E. 005.2 fret to cor. No. I; thence S. 20 3 IS' E.
1498.5 feet to cor. No. 1, the place or beginning, '
containing 20.51 acres.
Beginning at cor. No. 1; whence U. S. M. M.
No. 01 bears N. 80 3 35' E. 4337.5 foet; thence
S. 01 3 10' W. 600 feet to cor. No. 2; thence N.
25 3 50' W. 1500 feet to cor. No. 3; thence N. 64 3
16' E. 600 feet to cor. No. 4; thence S. 25 3 11' E. j
1219.6fect tocor. No. 5; thence S-263 IS' E. 280.4
fret to cor. No. 1, the place or beginning, con
taining 0.C3 acres.
SAN DIEGO LOCATION.
Hepinniny nt. cor. No. 1: whence U. S. M. M
No. 01 bears N. 77 3 37' E. 3952.4 fret; thence S. J
50 3 10' W. 600.5 fret to cor. No. 2; thence N. 30 3
15' W. 1500 fret to cor. No. 3; thence N. 50 3 10'
E. 006.5 fret to cor. No. 1; thence S. 39 3 15' E.
1500 feet to cjr. No. 1, the place of beginning,
containing 19.36 acres.
Beginning at cor. No. 1; whence U. S. M. M.
No. 64 bears N. 55 3 13' E. 4015.7 feet; thence S.
50 3 10' W. 000 feet to cor. No. 2; thence N. 2-5 3
14' W. 1500 feet to cor. No. 3; thence N. 59 3 10'
E. 600 fret to cor. No. 4; thence S. 23 44' E.
1500 fret to cor. No. 1, the place of beginning,
containing 20.58 acres.
Beginning at cor. No. I; whence U. S. M. M
No. 61 bears N. 73 3 37' E. 5001.9 feet; thence S.
59 3 10' W. 000.42 fret to cor. No. 2; thence N.
39 11' W. 1261.2 fret fret to cor. No. 3; thence
N. 59 3 10' E. 600.12 fret to cor. No. I; thence
S. 39 3 11' E.120I.2 fret to cor. No. 1, the place
or beginning, containing 17.37 acres.
RED HOT LOCATION.
Beginning at cor. No. 1; whence U. S. M. M.
No. 61 bears S. 86 3 10' E. 4810.7 fret; thence
S. 59 3 10' W. 000.5 fret to cor. No. 2, thence
N. 39 3 15' W. 1500 fret to cor. No. 3; thence N.
59 3 10' E. 603.5 fret to cor- No. -If thence S, SO 3
15' E. 1500 fret to cor- No-1, the place or begin
ning, containing 20.60 acres.
Beginning at cor. No. 1; whence U. S- M. M.
No- 01 bears N. 87 50' E. 51S1-6 fret; thence S.
50 3 10' W. 600-5 fret to cor- No- 2; thence N.
39 3 15' W-1500 feet to cor, No- 3; thence N- 59 c
10' E. C06-5 feet to cor. No- 4; thence S- 303 15'
E. 15C0 fret to cor. No- 1, the place ot btgin
ning, containing 0 66 acres-
Beginning at cor. No- 1; whence U. S. M- M
No. 61 bears N-S5 3 03'E. 5720-5 fret; thence S-59 3
10' W. 600. 5 fret to cor- No- 2; thence N. 39 3 15
W. 1500 fret to cor. No- 3; thence N. 50 3 10' E.
600.5 fret to cor. No- 4; thence S- 30? 15' E-
1 1500 fret to cor. No. 1. the place of beginning,
containing 20-00 acres-
Beginning at cor- No- 1; whence U. S. M. M.
No. 61 bears N. 73 3 IK' E. 3J4I-I feet; thence H.
25 3 11' E. 1500 fret to cor. No. 2; thence S. 51 3
5!i' W. 001.9 fret to cor- No- 3; t hence N. 25 3 4 1'
W. 1500 fret to cor. No. 4; thence N- 51 350 E
001.9 fret tocor. No. I, the place of beginning,
containing 20-56 acres-
Beginning at cor- No. 1; whence U- S. M. M.
No- 0ibearsN.763 41'E. 2SS7.7fret;thenceS.253
tl' E. 1500 fret to cor- No-2; thence S- 51 3 46' W-592-3
feet to cor. No. 3; thence N- 25 3 ll'W-
1500 feet to cor- No- 4; thence N. 5i 3 16' E.
592.3 feet to cor. No. 1, the place of beginning,
containing 20.12 acres-
Beginning at cor- No- 1; whence U- S- M- M.
No- 64 bears N. 823U'E.2348 feet;thenceS.25 3
11' E- 1500 fret to cor. No- 2; thence S. 51 3 41'
W. SWl fret to cor- No- 3; thence :N. 25 3 4 1' W
1500 fret to cor- No- 1; thence N 51 3 11' E
591 feet to cor. No- 1, the place of beginning,
containing 20-17 acres-
DENVER BELLE LOCATION."
Beginning at cor. No- 1; whence U. S- M- M-
No- 61 bears S. 31 3 59' E- 141)7-7 feet; thence N.
SO3 31' W. 1500 feet to cor- No- 2; thence N. 14 3
3S' E- 600 fret to cor. No- 3; thence S- 80 3 31' E
1500 feet to cor. No- 4: thence S. 11 3 38' W
600 fret to cor- No- 1, the place or beginning,
containing 20-27 acres-
Beginning at cor. No- 1; whence U- S- M- M-No-
61 bears S. 18 3 51' E- 1920-0 feet; thence
X 80 3 31' W. 000 fret to cor- No- 2; thence N.
7 3 22'. E- 15C0 fret to cor- No- 3; thence S. 80 3
31' E. fiOO fret to cor. No- 1; thence S- 7 3 22' W
1500 fret to cor. No- 1, the place of beginning,
containing 20-01 acres.
Magnetic variations at all corners of above
described locations, 13 3 15' E-
Net area lode claim 125-17 acres-
The original notices of location of the above
named mines are of record in tin District
Recorder's office, Old Picacho Mining Dis
trict, at Picacho, California, and also duly
recorded in the office of the County Recorder
of the County or San Diego, State or Califor
nia, in Book 22 of Miscellaneous Records at
pages 108 to 127, both inclusive, Records of San
Diego county, California.
The Oneida, Valentine and Utica lodes.
Survey No. 3300 (abandoned) adjoin the San
lose, Santa Monica and Porto Rico" on the
The Golden Contact location, claimed by
Isaac Polhamusaiid J. M. Muudivil, adjoins
the Manila lode on the northeast, and the
Denver Belle and Santa Rosa lodes on the
The Virgin placer claim, W. Swain, claim
ant, adjoins the Denver Belle lode on the
north and the Nugget lode on the west for 900
The Golden O." K. No. 1, the Golden O. K.
No. 2 and the Golden O- K. No. 3, W. Swain,
claimant, adjoin the Bonita, Vallejo and
Saucelito lodes on the southwest.
The Old Colorado lode. Survey No. 3300
(abandoned) adjoins the New Jersey lode on
There are no other known claimants.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
mining ground, veins, lodes, premises, or any
portion thereorso surveyed, described, plat
ted, and applied for, are hereby notified that
unless their adverse claims are duly filed
according to law, and the regulations there
under, within the time prescribed by law,
with the Register of the United States Land
Office at Los Angeles, in the County of Los
Angeles, State of California, they will be for
ever barred by virtue of the provisions of said
A. J. CROOKSHANIC,
It is hereby ordered that the foregoing
notice or application for patent for the Cali
fornia King Gold Mines Company group or
quartz mines be published for a period or
sixty days or nine consecutive weeks in the
Arizona Sentinel, a weekly newspaper pub
lished at Yuma, Yuma county, Arizona.
A. J. CROOKSHANK,
Five years ago, when the Re
publican party succeeded to the
control of national affairs, busi
ness was stagnant, credit im
paired, currency disordered ard
industries prostrate. After the
task of putting the national
house in order was accomplish
ed the party not only brought
the country to the highest point
in its prosperity but to the high
est point of prosperity in the
history of the world; and this in
spite of 'three wars in two hem
ispheres, Cuba, China and the
It must be a great relief to
politicians to get into a crowd
where nobody can make a politi
cal speech nor touch him for a
"About a year ago my hair was
coming out very fast, so I bought
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stopped the falling and made my
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Boydston, Atchison, Kans.
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than that or the stomach.
Hair hunger, for instance.
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needs hair vigor Ayers.
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Opportunity For the Ambitious
to Take Up the "Strenu
The educational contest con
ducted by the Los Angeles Times
created a good deal of interest
in almost every community in
Southern California last vear.
In the Sunday issue of that paper
of June 22 ' an elaborate an
nouncement of scholarships and
upward of a thousand dollars in
cash prizes is made for a con
test to begin July 1, this year.
The cash prises arc a new feat
ure, and are to be given to the
winners of the first choice schol
arships, the money to be ad
vanced for the .living expenses
of the successful contestants
each month during the school
Any boy or girl in this 'com
munity who wishes to take ad
vantage of the offer made by
The Times, should lose no time
in getting .ready for the work.
People are always glad of an
opportunity to assist deserving
young people to an education,
and oue who starts out in earn
est to win a Times Scholarship,
and the money advanced every
month during the school year
for living expenses will be sure
to get something; if not a schol
arship, then the liberal cash
commission paid for new sub
scribers by The Times to those
who fail to win the large prizes.
There certainly . are worse
ways for an ambitious boy or
girl to spend the vacation
Only a Woman.
The following story of ac
complishment in mining exem
plifies the possibilities that lie
in a woman with grit and deter
Mrs. John Kay lives near
Kingman, Arizona. She has a
husband and family of children.
Her husband is a hard working
man, but his earnings barely
suffice for the daily necessities
of the family, and several years
ago she decided that she would
engage in mining for herself.
She had no money to pay for
the development of her claim,
but she had a pair of tender, but
willing, hands and arms, and did
not hesitate to sacrifice their
beauty and mar their fair pro
portions in the effort to provide
a future for her family. She
took the drill and hammer in her
own hands and with infinite pa
tience wrought the holes in the
rock. She cut the fuse, bit the
cap, tamped the charge, went
back into the smoke to look for
results and wheeled out the
muck, and kept this work up for
years. Progress was slow, for
she washed and baked and made
and mended for the . children;
but there was 110 thought of
failure in her mind, and no dream !
of rest until it had been earned.
A few weeks since her reward
came. As she went into the
tunnel after a round of shots,
she found big chunks of ore lit
erally plastered with horn and
native silver, assays running as
high as $3,000 to the ton. The
vein is opened and is rich, and
now she is superintendent, with
a force of men taking out wealth
for her. Exchange.
The Republican party, as
early as 1890, placed on the
statute books the Sherman anti
trust law, and subsequent to the
enactment of this law, the Dem
ocratic party, asserting its op
postion to trusts, assumed con
trol of the government and pass
ed no measure aimed at monopo
lies. On the contrary, in financ
ing the government it played di
rectly into the hands of a trust,
while the war loan negotiated by
Republicans was put into the
hands of the people.
A dainty delicate woman who
would faint at the sight of a
wound, who would not injure
one hair on a man's head will de
liberately break a man's heart
and blight his life forever, to
feed her own vanity.
It is said that the Sultan of
Sulu has no hair on his head.
No wonder the old reprobate is
bald-headed. He has thirteen
Very. Remarkable Cure of Diarrhoea.
"About six years ago for the
first time in my life I had a sud
den and severe attack of diarr
hoea,'' says Mrs. Alice Miller of
Morgan, Texas. "I got tempo
rary relief, but it came back
again and again, and for six long
years I have suffered more mis
ery and agony than I can tell.
It was worse than death. My
husband spent hundreds of dol
lars for physicians' prescriptions
and treatment without avail. Fi
nally we moved to Bosque coun
ty, our present home, and one
day I happened to see an adver
tisement of Chamberlain's' Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
with a testimonial of a man -who ' '
had been cured by it. The case
was so similar to my own that 1
concluded to try the remedy.
The result was wonderful. I
could hardly realize that I was
well again, or believe it could be
so after having suffered so long,,
but that one bottle of medicine,
costing but a few cents, cured
me." For sale at Cotter's drug
According to Commissioner of
Labor Carroll D. "Wright, a con
servative estimate of the wealth
of this country is $95,000,000,
000. The total money in the
United States is $2, 500,000', 000,
or about 32 per capita, as
against 14 in I860. The. . aver
age amount due each savings
bank depositor in the country is
409, and it is interesting to note
that the savings deposite alon-3
exceed the actual total of money
and is ample to cancel the entire
debt of the federal government.
San Francisco, Cau