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WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1003.
For Uio -week cndinK Tuesday, June 30, 1903.
3 a m 5 p m Max. Min.
03 20 100 70
hi Si Ml 71
75 10 10!) 71
02 31 100 74
64 12 i 112 74
4.3 8 j 100 73
40 16 101 as
59 IS j lflo 72
Day of Woek.
Rainfall for the week, 0
Accumulated excess of
week, 7 degrees.
Official lu Clmnrc.
The Parisians ate 23,000 horses last
Received, 100 fancy Novelty parasols
no two alike at the New York Store.
The United States liht-house serv
ices cost $4,500,000 a year.
Boys' knee pants in covert, crash,
duck and chambray, at the New York
Douglas has raised 63.000 for a 4lb of
Received, 100 pieces fancy neck rib
bon, at the New York Store.
James.Milton was the successful bid
der for construction of the town sewer.
Fifty dozen men's golf shirts, regular
81.25 variety, for 75c at the New York
Last year Arfzona mines paid in div
idends 9,000,000, not counting the
Received, 25 dozen U. S. array cham
bray shirts, at the New York Store.
The county board of equalization met
today and will remain in continuous
session until the 20th.
Men's mercerized piquient under
wear, recommended highly by all lead
ing physicians, $2.00 per suit at the
New York Store.
Col. Wm. Griffith, superintendent of
the prison, was a visitor in Tucson this
Fancy parasols at the New York
The house of representatives costs
S3,000,000 a year and the senate $1,400,
000. The faraons Kentucky whisky, Rich
land Rye at The Ruby. Sole agents.
Sheriff Scott White of Cochise coun
ty brought two white prisoners to the
If there is anything in the bakery
line that can be made from liour -or su
gar, you'll find it at the Yuma Bakery
Dr. E. B. Ketcherside made a hurried
trip to Los Angeles last Saturday, re
turning Monday morning.
Call up 'phone 212 if you want to
reach the Alpha Steam Laundry.
M. L. Poole returned last Wednes
day from a mine inspection trip to the
Altar district, Sonora, Mexico, where
he owns some good properties.
Farmlands, town property, residences
and all kinds of real estate bought, sold
and rented by the Yuma Title Ab
stract Company, Bank of Yuma Build
John Rimpau is back from his pur
chasing trip to California, where he
bought a larg'e stock of very fine sum
mer goods for his store.
Los Ansrcles Express'. Best evening
paper in the southwest. 50c. per month.
Delivered at your door. See Shorey
Attorney Wupperman is in Califor
nia, enjoying the ocean breezes at Santa
Drink the original A. B. C. Bohemian
Beer. Kept by all saloons. Thirty
cents per bottle.
The Arizona state building at the
World's Fair witl cost $2,500 and will
be of Spanish and Moorish architect
ure. If your spring wagon, buggy orj
carriage needs repairing, take it to
DeNier's Carriage shop, the only one
Friday last was the hottest day of the
season.; The thermometer registered
100 as shown by the government weath
er bureau report.
Tonini handles the Parker Jointless
Fountain pen, the best there is made.
The ink is carried directly to the point
of the pen, and will not leak as most
fountain pens do and soil the hands.
Our young friend, James Redondo,
returned home yesterday from Altar,
Sonora, having accompanied his wife
there on a summer's visit to her par
ents. The party which was to have been
given for the benefit of the Yuma li
brary fund has been postponed until
the first week in September.
The exportation of manufactured
goods from the United States has in
creased more than 100 percent since
Citizens of Globe have subscribed
$1,000 to defray the expenses of a 4th
of July celebration. A fine programme
has been prepared and a grand time is
assured all who attend.
The machine typesetters have revo
lutionized the mechanical work on
newspapers, but the inventor of the
electrical typesetter claims that his in
vention will cause a still greater revo
lution. The Yuma Bakery's Milk Bread is
conceded to be very line. Try a loaf.
Remember the place, postoflice corner,
opposite Sanguinetti's. Some store
keepers may palm off Chinese bread on
you, but insist on having Milk Bread
baked by the Yuma Bakery.
Miss Bessie Muram, sister of Mrs. R.
y. H. Luney, has gone to San Jacinto,
C'dl., for-the summer.
Workmen Elect Officers.
Yuma lodge No. 7, A. O. U. W., held
its regular semi-annual election of offi
cers Tuesday night. The following
Master Workman, W. H, Shorey
Foreman, Pete Munson.
Overseer, James Redondo.
Recorder, G. M. Thurlow re-elected.
Financier, J. L. Redondo re-elected.
Receiver, J. P. Yemen.
Guide, Donald Mclntyrc.
Inside Guard, J. H. Godfrey,
Outside Guard, W. R. English.
Trustee, F. L. Ewing.
Within the past six months Yuma
lodge No. 7 has added twenty-five new
members, and now has a total member
ship of 115. The lodge was organized
nearly twenty years ago. It once had
a hall of its own, but lost it in the flood
of 'fll. The lodge is now prosperous,
however, and in the next few months
will build a hall to cost about $7,000 on
its lots near the Methodist church.
The gold used in color printing and
on the mirror and picture frames is not
from the pure gold leaf, but is a compo
sition of bronze and spelter. It resem
bles the genuine so closely that few
people know the difference. To tell
the difference between the genuine
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters and the
many lmitauons cuereu ior io, sume ui
which are put up in the empty Hostet-
ter bottle, is to observe that the private
stamp over the neck of the bottle is
unbroken. Refuse all others if you
value your health. The genuine has a
record of fifty years of cures of such
ailments as nausea, dizziness, flatulen
cy, headache, heartburn, indigestion,
dyspepsia, and malaria and fever and
ague back of it. If you have never
tried it do so today.
List of letters remaining "unclaimed
in - Yuma postoffiee, week ending
July 1, 1903:
Anderson, A Bardet, J. J. 7
Brown, George Eddy, William
Gallego, E Hernandez, P
Maginnis, J. C. McConley, Jas. P.
Nahamera, J. Prant, John W.
Rogas, Francisca Salazar, Sasto
Ulolla, Jose Ymperiai, Jesus
Persons calling for above letters will
please say "advertised."
R. H. Chandler, P. M.
There is more catarrh in this section
of the country than all other diseases
put together, and until the last two
years was supposed to be incurable.
For a great many years doctors pro
nounced it a local disease and prescribed
local remedies, and by constantly fail
ing to cure with local treatment pro
nounced it incurable. Stjuenee has
proven catarrh to be a constitutional
disease and therefore requires'eonstitu
tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure
manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co.,
Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional
cure on the market. It is taken inter
nally in doses from ten drops to a tea
spoonful. It acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
They offer one hundred dollars for any
case it fails to cure. Send for circulars
F. J. Cheney & Co., Props. Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Put in Good Word for Yuma.
Mr. A. H. Cargill and his daughter,
Mrs. Harrison, paid a visit to their
former home, Anaheim, Cal., last week,
returning Monday morning. While in
Anaheim Mr. Cargill spoke a good word
for Yuma to the Gazette reporter, and
is quoted as follows: "Yuma is prosper
ing. Three large ditches from the
Colorado river furnish water for the ir
rigation of a large tract of previously
unoccunied land. Four hundred tons
of hay will be raised in the Yuma val
ley this year, as well as seventy-five
tons of barley. They have had all
kinds of melons for weeks, and ship
them by the car load to San Francisco
and Los Angeles."
Night Was Her Terror.
I would cough nearly all nightlong,'
writes Mrs. Chas. Applegate ot Alex
andria, Ind., "and could hardly get any
sleep. I had consumption so bad that
if I walked a block I would cough
frighfully and spit blood, but, when all
other medicines failed, three $1.00 bot
ties of Dr. King's New Discovery whol
ly cured me and I gained 58 pounds."
It's absolutely- guaranteed to cure
coughs and colds, la grippe, bronchitis
and all throat and lumr troubles. Price
50c and $1. Trial bottles free at Ketch
crsiues' drug store.
Death of Airs. Alyron H. McCord.
The wife of Col. Myron n. McCord
died-last Saturday at Long Beach, Cal.,
where she. had been for her health for
several weeks. Death resulted from
heart disease. The remains were ta
ken to Phoenix for interment, the fu
neral being held from thePresbvterian
church in that city Tuesday morning
A case came to light that for persist
ent and unmerciful torture has perhaps
never been equaled. Joe Golobick of
Colusa, Calif., writes: "For 15 years I
endured insufferable pain from rheum
atism and nothing relieved me though
I tried every tiling known. 1 came
across Electric Bitters and it's the
greatest medicine on earth for that
trouble. A few bottles completely re
lieveu anu cured me." Just as good
for'livcr and kidney troubles and gen
eral debility. Only 50c. Satisfaction
guaranteed by E. B. and J. A. Ketcher
C. P. Cromn and F. L. Ewing have
returnod from a business trip to San
A conference between representa
tives of the Colorado Delta Canal Com
pany and the people of Yuma and
Yuma valley was held at the court
house Saturday afternoon, pursuant to
published announcement of the compa
ny, and resulted in a stirring up of the
irrigation question with reference to
this company, which will be of benefit
to all concerned.
An informal meeting was held in the
morning at 10 o'clock, at which were
present President H. W. Postlethwaite,
Attorney A. Bernard, Secretary G. L.
Bennett and Engineer R. H. Postle
thwaite, representing the canal com
pany, and quite a number of interested
The morning meeting was merely a
preliminary to the afternoon meeting,
and it had the effect of increasing the
attendance on that occasion, President
Postlethwaite, briefly explaining what
the officers of the company were here
for, and creating a very favorable im
pression. This meeting was presided
over by Judge F. L. Ewing, W. J. Ri
ley acting as secretary.
At 2 o'clock p, m. the meeting at the
court house was called to order, P. T.
Robertson being selected as chairman
and Mrs. Mary A. Wupperman as sec
retary and stenographer. The court
room was crowded. Mr. Postlethwaite
made an extended speech in which he
explained the plans and purposes of the
company in detail, and was listened to
closely and with evident interest. The
canal company had a stenograpner
present and a verbatim report of the
meeting was taken for the purpose of
publication, but will not be ready for
the printer until next week, when it
will be published in this paper.
A committee consisting of Judge
Thacker, A. D. Yocum and Col. Charles
Ballance for Yuma valley; Judge F.
L. Ewing for Yuma city, and R. S.
Hatch for the upper valley, was ap
pointed as representative of the dif
ferent sections named to confer with
the canal company regarding water
contracts, etc. The meeting then ad
journed, to be reconvened at the call
of this committee.
President H. W. Postlothwaite, Sec
retary G. L. Bennett, Attorney A.
Bernard and Engineer R. H. Postle
thwaite of the Colorado Delta Canal
Compay left Sunday morning for San
Francisco. These gentlemen stand
high in the financial and business cir
cles of San Francisco, and their visit to
Yuma has strengthened the impression
here that the enterprise which they
are promoting in this valley is based
on a solid foundation. The Sentinel
believes that the plans of this company
are not only feasible but that its pur
poses are fair and liberal toward the
water users. Their visit has resulted
in a oettcr understanding oi me inten
tions of the company and created a
much sti'onger feeling of confidence
in the stability of its management than
has heretofore existed. Taking all
things into consideration, we do not at
this time believe that any farmer whose
land can be irrigated by this canal cau
afford to ignore or discourage the prop
ositions submitted bv this company.
If it may be deemed best for the water
users to have some changes and modifi
cations made in the company's terms,
we believe this can be done, and in a
manner satisfactory to all interests..
Ketchersides Will Buy it Back.
You assume no risk when you buy
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di
arrhoea Remedy. Ketchersides will
refund your money if you are not satis
fied after using it. It is everywhere
admitted to be the most successful rem
edy in use for bowel complaints and
the only one that never fails. It is
pleasant, safe and reliable.
$50,000 FIRE AT TUCSON.
Last Sunday morning Tucson experi
enced the most disastrous fire in sev
ral years. The San Xavier hotel and
the St. Charles restaurant were burned
and the Reilly Undertaking Company
sustained a loss of $1,500 to $2,000. The
total loss is estimated at over $50,000.
The hotel was owned by the Southern
Pacific Railroad Company, whose loss
is estimated at $30,000. The hotel was
under lease to Louis Iaeger of the
Iaeger system of eating houses. His
loss was $15,000. The San Xavier was
one of the best known hotels in Arizo
na and was full of guests at the time of
the fire. Some had narrow escapes
from the flames. Very little was saved
Later in the day two smaller fires oc
curred, including the burning of three
freight cars in the Southern Pacific
Company's vards. If there had been a
wind the entire Southern Pacific rail
road depot and freight houses would
have been destroyed, as it was impossi
ble to secure any quantity of water
from the city water system, owing to
repairs and improvements that are be
ing made, preventing the pumping of
any considerable supply of water.
No Pity Shown.
"For years fate was after me contin
uously," writes F. A. Gulledge, Ver
bena, Ala. "I had a terrible case of
piles causing 24 tumors. When all
failed Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured
me." Equally good, for burns and all
aches and pains. Only 25c at Ketcher
sides' drug store.
Capt. J. H. Godfrey returned Sunday
from Los Angeles, where he had been
for live weeks in the Sisters' hospital.
It will be recalled that he was struck
in the leg with a rock thrown by some
cowardly brute during the switchmen's
strike several weeks ago. Although
the wound has healed Mr. Godfrey yet
limps in walking, and it is thought
most probable that the injury is permanent.
We have now moved into our new
building and are ready to do a banking
business in all of its branches. We
buy and sell exchange of all kinds. We
sell exchange on New York, Tucson
(Arizona) and Los Angeles, thus cov
ering the entire country. Our exchange
rates are lower than postoffiee money
orders and afford the purchaser more
protection. We have money to loan
on good security for short time. We
expect to deal in real estate and if you
have anything to sell or wish to buy,
we would be glad to have an opportu
nity to serve you. As our responsibil
ity is not yet very well known to peo
ple who are residents of Yuma, we
wish to state that we would be glad if
they would make inquiries of Dun's or
Bradstreet's Commercial Agency. Most
of our money, outside of the paid up
capital of this bank, is invested in east
ern real estate, which is the safest and
best kind of investment, as it can
neither be destroyed nor docs it fluctu
ate in value, and not being an incorpo
rated institution we are liable for our
full worth and are in no way protected
by law as an 'incorporated bank would
Trusting that ycu may at some time
see your way clear to give us a snare
of your business, we remain,
J. W. Thornton & Son, Bankers.
Working Night and Day.
The busiest and mighties't little thing
that ever was made is Dr. King's New
Life Pills ehangeweakness into strength
listlcssness into energy, brain-fag into
mental power. They're wonderful in
building up the health. Only 25c per
box. Sold at Ketchersides' drug store.
Alcn and Teams Wanted.
Wanted, for railroad work, Leland
100 teams with harness, $20.00 per
month and feed.
500 men at the following prices:
Teamsters, $40 per month and board.
Rockmen, $3.50 per day of nine hours.
Carpenters, $4 per day of nine hours.
White laborers, $2 per day of ten
Mexicans and Indians, $1.75 per day
of ten hours.
Board of men 75 cents per day.
Comfortable quarters furnished; cool
Apply at office of Mohave & Milltown
Ry. Co.. Cottage Hotel Annex, Needles,
C. W. Brown,
To the Tax-Payers of Yuma County,
OHK-fi of the Board of Supervisors. )
Yuma, Arizona, June 24. A. D. 1903. f
Notice is hereby given that I have
this day received from the County As
sessor the original assessment roll, and
the original lists of property, for the
year 1903, and that the same are now
open to public inspection.
The Board of Supervisors will meet
on Wednesday, July 1, 1903, as a Board
of Equalization, to be in session from
day to day until their work is complet
ed, and not later than July 20.
Witness my hand this 24th day of
June, A. D. 1903.
C. P. Cronin,
Clerk of the Board of Supervisors,
Yuma County, Arizona Territory.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it
fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
is on each box. 25c.
Competent housekeeper wishes en
gagement with mining man or rancher
Good references. Reliable. Address
E. J. E., Box 72, Banning, California
Some of the public-spirited ladies of
Yuma have established a free reading
room in the building immediately north
of the new Molina block on Main street,
where may be found late newspapers,
periodicals and magazines and a few
books. This may be said to be the nu
cleus of what it is hoped will develop,
though it may be slowly into a credit
able public library. The ladies would
doubtless be pleased to receive contri
butions of books, magazines, or other
reputable literature, as there is no
Carnegie fund to draw upon to boost
the enterprise, which is a most lauda
ble one. The leading spirit in the en
terprise, Mrs. Dr. Bailey, ought to re
ceive substantial encouragement in this
The bids for construction of the new
10,000-ton battleships authorized by
congress have been opened. The limit
of cost was $4,200,000 and the bids are
onlv slijrhtly under that figure. Nor
is this strange, for tire navy depart
ment and experts, under the direction
of the committee, figured the cost of
construction very closely, and made
the limit as low as was safe. Bad it
been below $4,000,000 it is probable no
bids would have been received. The
contractors want three and a half years
to complete the work.
The following named officers of the
Southern Pacific Company were in the
city last Wednesday: J. Agler, mana
ger, San Francisco; R. H. Ingram, su
perintendent, Los Angeles; C. C.
Sroufc, superintendent, Tucson: T
McCaffrey, trainmaster, Los Angeles
J. G. Lindsay, trainmaster, Tucson; J.
Tangley, roadmaster, Indio; R. Crai
roadmaster, Gila Bend. The party had
just returned from an inspection of the
150 miles of new steel rail trackage re
cently completed to Yuma from the
Supervisor M. J. Nugent arrived
from Kofa Friday morning and will re
main in attendance on the board of
equalization, which convened today
and will remain in session until the
. of Scrofula
Bunches, eruptions, inflammations, sore
ness of the eyelids and ears, diseases oi tho
bones, rickets, dyspepsia, catarrh, wasting,
are only some of the troubles it causes.
It is a very active evil, making havoc of
the whole system.
Eradicates it, cures all it3 manifestations,
and builds up the whole system.
Accept no substitute.
The Big River.
The Colorado river has reached a
higher stage during- the present rise
than for several years. The highest
mark registered was 27 feet 11 inches.
This was not long maintained, but it
has hovered between 27 and 28 feet for
several davs. Tho gauge showed 27
feet (5 inches this morning, and a falling
The results from the overflow in tho
lower end of the valley have been some
what more serious than common during
the high water periods, but no damage
of extremely serious proportions has
been dene. The headgate of the Ludy
canal has stood the pressure well, show
ing that it was well planned and con
structed. The necessity, however, for
a substantial levee along the Colorado
river has again been emphasized, and
the question should again be taken up
and no rest taken until one is con
structed. Government help should be
asked, and we believe if the question is
properly and energetically handled,
congress can be induced to give us an
appropriation for the purpose this
Building School House.
The Southern Pacific system is cred
ited with a kindly action at Sentinel
station, in the southwestern part of
Maricopa countv. There the railroad
company, in pure philanthropy, has
bound itself to build a school house and
put it in shape for the reception of pu
pils by the beginning of the next school
term. Heretofore the nearest school
was Agua Caliente, fourteen miles
No Water for Outside Parties.
Kofa, A. T., June 27, 1903.
Until further notice there will be no
water for outside parties at Kofa.
The King of Arizona Co.,
Wm. A. Pomeroy,
Tho production of poultry and eggs
is the most profitable of all industries.
A her. can realize 400 per cent profit
for her owner. The egg product in the
United States amounts lo more, when
measured by dollars and cents, than
the combined gold and silver product.
The value of the combined poultry and
egg product would be nearly double
that of the precious metals and just six
times that of the wool product.
Auditor Nichols and Citizen Member
Truman, constituting the territorial
board of control, were in Yuma Monday
and opened "bids for supplies for the
territorial priscn for the ensuing year.
The members left Tuesday morning for
Phoenix, where the awards will be
made. The bids were more numerous
than usual, and, in the aggregate, much
lower than those of a year ago.
Undertakers test bodies to see if life
is extinct by raising a blister with a
match. If the blister is dry the body
is dead; if it fills with water, life is not
yet extinct. If the cut made for the
embalming syringe bleeds, the body is
alive. The only absolutely certain
sign, however, is beginning decomposi
tion. The Southern Pacific railroad track
over the desert portion between Los
Angeles and Tucson is to be sprinkled
with crude oil. This piece of road is
the dirtiest of any on the system, and
when sprinkled will be one of the
Cash Smith and James Boxley paid
the Sentinel office a friendly call on
Friday last. Mr. Boxley is manager of
the fine ranch known as the "Company
ranch" in Yuma valley, now owned by
Li: N. Lassell of Martinez, Cal.
Word from Clifton tells that the dam
age to the mining railroads has been
entirely repaired, that all trains are
running on schedule time, and that the
tramways are delivering their usual
quantities of ore.
Col. Geo. W. Norton came in yester
day and returned in the evening to his
Mohawk home. The colonel was. so
busy while here that the Sentinel failed
to get any news pertaining to his sec
tion of the county.
The ladies Gf the Catholic church
will sell ice cream and cake on the -1th
of July in the new Baker building on
Joseph J. rvoberts, a mining man from
Prescott, is registered at the Gandolfo.
Mrs. Alice Gurber of Chattanooga,
Tenn., is in Yuma visiting her daugh
ter, Mrs. M. A. Yuppearaan. Mrs.
Gurber will remain here and keep
house for her son, who is a railroad
"Want to play billiards or pool? Yes?
Well, then, go the Wig-Warn.
Fine Job Work a specialty at thi
When you come to town call at The
Ruby and see the latest.
A. B. C. Beer is- king of all beers
Sweet and wholesome bread you
can't hell) liking it at Shcrey's.
Complete line of Havana, Mexican
and domestic cigars at Tonini 's.
At the Old Plantation the specialties
are Old Plantation and Hupter's Bye
SHANSSEY AND MOXBOE & CO.
Fine confectionery at Tonini's. Fresh
from the factory,
rie-ari rbc Sentinel nntf-sft ,-h? r.e"rs'.
JOHN GANDOLFO. Proprietor
Dealer in Genera! Merchandise
Free delivery to any part of the city. Satisfaction in
quality as well as price guaranteed.
Wagons, Carriages, Buggies and all
kinds of Farming Implements sold on 3mall commission
WE SOLICIT YOUR VALUED PATRONAGE
The Pioneer rMercaniiie House of Yuma.
"Wholesale and Retail dealer in
flay, Grain and Lumbar, Beets, Slices, Be.
utaCor. First and IVIain Sts., Yuma, Jtriiconaj
A , 9
D. P. WALCfTS
West side Main Street
next dcOi- to unities' Barber Shop.
PATRONIZE HG1V3E INDUSTRY.
Turns Out First-Class Work.
3? Leave orders nt Ilarry Morris's Barber Shop, west aide cf Main Street.
DONALDSON & BAIRD, Yuma, Ariz.
Cofd Storage for Our Meats
Keeps Them fresh S Tender
YUMA MEAT MARKET
P. B. HODGES, Proprietor.
Wholesale and Be tail Dealer in all
Butter, Eggs and Cheese.
SdfrfH? lf fr 1; & M -
If an editor makes a mistake
he has to apologize for it, but if
a doctor makes one he buries it.
If the editor makes one there is
a law suit, swearing and a smell
of sulphur, but if the doctor
makes one there is a funeral,
cut flowers and a smell of var
nish. The doctor can use a word
a yard long without knowing
what it means, but if the editor
uses it he has to spell it. If the
doctor goes to see another man's
wife, he charges for the visit,
but if the editor goes to see an
other man's wife he gets a charge
of buckshot. Any old medical
college can make a doctor, but
can't make an editor. He has to
be born. When a doctor gets
drunk it's a case of "overcome
by the heat," and if he dies it's
heart trouble. When an editor
gets drunk it's a case of too
much booze and if he dies it's a
case of delirium tremens Ex.
There are some curious facts
about our calendar. No century
can begin on Wednesday, Friday
or Sunday, The same calendar
can be used every twenty years.
October always begins on the
same day of the week as Jan
uarpril as July, September
aas&&r; February, March
aJd'HoyRlber begin on the same
dajay7,June and August al
ways' begin on different days
from each other and every other
month in the year. The first
and the last days of the year are
always the same. These rules
do not apply to leap year, when
comparison is made between
days before and after February
During 1U02 Mexico shipped to the
United States copper ore and coppei
"pigs" of the value of nearly fourteeE
and one-half million dollars, being- ar
increase of about two millions over thai
of the previous year. During- the sanu
period the iDere&se in the shipmett rf
lead was about tbreeiiarters of a mV.-
FT. YUrIA, CAL.
? Cigars A
9 Tobacco j
! Vesceta- 1
kinds of Fresh and Cured Meats,
Most perfectly equipped
YUMA, ARIZONA. &
- - K $5- SrS
g In order to give my patrons,
many of whom are prejpar-
iing to leave for the Coast,
the benefit of greatly re-
duced prices on articles
they will require, I have
J decided to continue my
f Grand Clearance Sale two
weeks longer, ending June
27. Prices will continue
fleihvood Whisky in Bond
After ten years' experience I
have come to the conclusion that
blended goods are not the proper
thing for the public. The above
brand of whisky is kept behind
my bar and drawn for customers
direct from the barrel.
W. H. Lyon,
EfV J Katfa
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