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I Pioneer Paper of Arizona
S Official Paper of Yuma Co, 3
Independent in all things.
YUMA, ARIZONA, WEDKESDAY, SEPTJEMBJ5JR: 30, 1903,
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
YUMA, : : : : ARIZONA
J. W. DORRINGTON. Proprietor.
One Year 2 00
Six Months r 00
Governor Alexander O.Brodfe
Secretary ls-aas T. Stoddard
Auditor W. F. Nichols
Treasurer..... T. W. Pcmberton
Attorney General Edward L. Wells
Surveyor General . Price
SujVt of Public Instruction R. L. L,ons
Dctonste to Congress J. FmnTc Wilson-
Sup't Territorial Prison Win. I.L Griffith.
TUCSON LAND- OFFICE
Recistcr... - Milton R. Moore
Receiver ....... John H. Bauman
District Jucfcrc ....Edward" Kent
Clerk of District Court .... John Doan
Siinorvisnr i J- c- De Witt. Chairman r
Supervisor -j y & Marvto and S. H- Hinds.
Clerk or Board of Supervisors C. P- Cronin
Probate Judj-e and Sup't of Schools
D. L. De Vane
Sheriff... Gus Ltrincston
Under Sheriff Albert Behan
District Attorney W. F. Tmnnous
Treasurer.. E. F. Sanuuinettf
Surveyor W. W. Elliott
County Physician Dr, E. B. Kelchersidc
County Recorder CP. Cronin
Justice of the Peace , Geo. M. Thurlow
Constable Harry McPhaul
1 1. Polhanras.
Trustees Yuma School Dfc t-f J. E. Dcvfae,
F. Ej, Ewfnjr. John Dcvfne
Robert Tapia. John Dazine
City Attorney Peter T. Robertson
City Cleric and Treasurer J- I. Retfondo
Marshal J, D. Meadow
Street Commissioner TJ. G. Wilder
Mail open on Sundays from S to 9 a. nr.
Week days. 8 a. m. to & p. m.
No Money Ordr btisiness on Sundays
Mail (East and West) closes every day at 7 p. ;
R. H. ChaniH-jr, P. M.
YUMA L.ODGE NO. 7 A.O.U. W. 3IEETS
every Tuesday evenintr at 8 o'clock. VLsit-inp-
brethren in p-ood standing are Invited to
Attend. Yours In C. H. and P.
W. H. SHORSY. LL W,
GEO. M. THURLOWT R.
AtLIANCIA HISPANO-AMERICANO NO,
10. meets every Sunday at Elks' hall, C p.
m. Manuel Monkot, Pres. J. i,,Reiotk,
FRANK BAXTER, Attorney at Law and
Notary Public. Will practice In- all tiie
courts of the Territory. Special attention-to
Mining and Land laws. P. O. Box 101- First
Street, South Side, Yuma, Arizona.
E. B. KETCIIERSIDE. J. A. KETCHKRSIDK
Tr-r-ETCHERSlDE &, KETCHERSTDE, PHY
Jlx. sicians and Surgeons. OfUce ia Cotter's
F. DAVIS, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Ofllce in Exchange IJldg, Yuma, Ariz-
H. WuPPEttMAK. Makv A. WcrrP-snwArf
WUPPEKMAN& WUPPEKMAN. ATTOR
ncys at law. Notary Public Court Re
porting. OHms in Wupp'TJian Iluilding", VTuma,
Arizona. Telephone No. COO.
PETER T. ROBERTSON. ATTORNEY AT
La-w, Office in Cotter Bldg., Yuma. Ariz.
HC. DAVIS. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. OF
s flee on MadiMjn avenue, near cotrrc licu.se,
TT TTT.T.TrYVT PT VTT. PTVf5TVW.il ,?CT
Surveyori U. S. Depsxty Mineral Sor
r. Yuma, Arizona.
GA. DUKE, NOTARY PUBLIC, YUMA,
CO?n5 TO THE SENTINEL OFFICE
for Jib Work. Sar.i?ciii,on-a!siimt.
CURED kl LUST
Good News for AH Who
Suffer With Rheuma
To all who suffer with Rbcumatlsm I Tvfll
gladly send free tbc wonderful -story of how my '
mother was cured after years ot sutfering, to- j
gemcr witn tne most eiaJjorate- treatise go.
Kheumatism ever pu Wished
No matter what your form of Rheumatism is,
whether acute, chronic, muscular, inaammato-ry,-dcformant,
sciatic, neuralgia, gout, lumbago,-!
etc no matter how many doctors- hove failed in j
your case -no matter how many socaJled
"sure cures" you have- tried I want you- to-'
write to me and let me tell you now mother was
cured. I am neither a doctor nor a professor stmply
a plain man of business but I havea CUREfor j
Rheumatism, and I want- to tell everyone' 'who
suffers with Rheumatism all about it. 1 wish
to be clearly understood, unit trust that all who
arc suffering with this terrible disease, however
apparently beyond the Teach or cure, will write
to me this day and I will send yon by return
mail this work of mine. I appeal especially to
the "chronically ill" who are wearied and dis
couraged with doctoring and to those who have
been cast aside as "incurable."' All you have
thought about Rheumatism may be wrong. Let
me tell you-our experience. Surely if you have
Rheumatism, or have a suffering friend, it will
pay you to investigate my offer, anyway,- and
prove for yourself these claims I make. j
. Send me your address today a postal card
win do, and I wilL mail you this wonderful story.
If you have any friends suffering with Rheuma-!
tism, no matter where located, send me their
address and I will mail them a copy. My address
is VICTOR RAINBOLT, Bloomfleld, Ind
Chronic Bronchitis, Blood audSand in Urine,
Catarrh of the Bladder cured iu 18 hours
Superior to Copaiba, Cubebs or Injections
Mining' Location Notices.
Location Notices conforming
strictly to the latest mining laws
for sale at the Sentinel office,
J. W. THORNTON,
JOE d. THORNTON,
rHORNTOfl & SON, BANKERS
PAID UP CAPITAL $20,000. 00
INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITY $100,000.
We will Endeavor to
9 Wrought Iron
9 Pipe and Fittings,
J Rabbit Proof Wire
9 Smooth Wire, 9
Paints, Oils, Var- J
9 nishes, 9
. and 0
9 Weights. 9
ig Cement, Lijnev
9 Hair, Plaster, Etc
IN THE .
NEW CARPETS and FURNITURE.
OF THE CONVENIENTLY LOCATED PER DAY
-CITY : MbOab i
Convenient to Stores, Churches and places of Amusement.
C. HUNSAKER, Prop'r and Mgr
168 N. MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES, CAL. '
TAKE ANY LOS ANGELES TRANSFER CO.MPANS-'S BUS
TO THE HOUSE FREE
NORTON'S TELEPHONE UNS :
To Mohawk Summit (on S, P, IL R,) and to Kofa (King of Arizona)
and through to Quartzsite,
STAGE. LINES :
Daily to Mohawk Summit (on S. P. R, R)
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays to Kofa (King of Arizona,
and through to -Quartzsite.
GEO. VV. NORTON, Proprietor
Folder Tells All About It.
Out foBer, "Across the Continent in a- Tourist Sleeping Car,"
contains )ust the information" travelers need.
It cJescrrbes snd illustrates- Rock Island tourist sleepers; shows when
they leave the principal points in Arizona and when they arrive at Omaha,
St, Paul, Kansas City, Chicago, St. Louis and Memphis; tells how
much bsggxgs h allowed; names the points of interest en route and
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO.
Schedule of Passenger Trains,
Effective Nov. 16, 1902.
9:00 a m
7:00 p m
8:00 a m
12:30 p m
2:40 p m
4:40 a m
7:3S a m
0:00 p ni
7:50 p m
3:30 a m
6:45 p m
...Los Ansel es-
Maricopa. , r.
2:30 p m
10:00 p m
2:33 a m
5:02 a m
2:00 p m
Golden State Limited trains (Nos. 43 and 44)- run between! Lo Angeles and Chicago,- via El
Paso-Rock Island Route.
Sunset Limited (No. 10) and Crescent Ctty Express (No, 8 connect at New Orleans with
trains for East and North. ,
Trains Nos. 7 and 10 run via Coast Line between- Los- Anfrcles and San Francisco,
Trains Nos. 9 and 8 run via Saa Joaquin Valley betweon Los Anseles and San Francisco,
Inquire of tUet agent regarding through Tourist cars to and from the East.
e. o. Mccormick, ' t. h. Goodman,
Passenper Traffic Mgr. . Gcn'l Passenger Agent.
San Francisco. Cal. San Francisco, Cal
C. M. BURKHALTER, Dist. Froight.and Passenger.Agent, Tucson, Arizona.
W- II. DRESSER, Local Aj;cnt.
HORACE E, DUNUAP,
Merit your Patronage
F. L. Ewfna,
W7)C?esah? rrt? HetaH
ancf Building Hardware.
1-1 t i t-i It. -foi-ci Wagons
shows how much money is saved by "going
Call .at any Southern Pacific ticket office and
get a copy, or write
H. F, COX, General Agent, El Paso, Tex.
1 1 :45 a m
10:30 p m
5:30 p m
1:45 p m
7:40 a m
3:07 a m
12:30 a m
2:10 p m
5:45 p m
10:05 u m
9 p m
12:25 a m
12:10 p m
7:30 a m
11:15 p m
G;05 p m
5:15 a m
1 1 :45- a in
10:55 p m
Uai rnan l.(mn?,nv
EPES R ND0LPH, Pres. ami .GenT 1,
E. A, McFARLAND, Asst.Gen'l Mrjf.
Leaves Cochise far Pearce
II A. M. and 250 V. M.
Leaves Pearce for Cochise
9 A. -M. AND 1 F. M,
Connections wrth S. P. Trains at
Cochise. Effective Jufy 1, '03.
E. A IWCrARLAND,
Asst, Gen'l Manager.
Fti&les of incorporation
Louisa IVfininp Company.
Know all men by these presents, that we, the
3T5frs-fgtfed, have this day voluntarily associ
ated ourselves together, for- theXpurpose of
forming a corporatfon underSlawsjc' the
Territory of Arizona, and weTwffebsT&tify:
I. That the names of the Incorporators are
Cha-rleK T. Hennig, of Brooklyn. T?ew York;
ArtfcurB. Chapin, of Duluth, Minnesota-, and
Irvfug B. Ferguson, of Orange, New Jersey.
II. That the name of the- said corporation
and by which it shall be known in the law is
Louisa Mining Company. That the principal
place for the transaction of its business- in Ari
zona, shall be at Quartzsite, in Yiwna county,
Arizona, The general offices shall be at Los
Angeles. California, with branch offices at such
olher placer as the board of directors may from
time to time direct. Said company may also
carry on and transact business of the kind and
nature hereinafter provided, in all other states-
and territories and countries whatsoever.
III. The businesK proposed to be transacted
and carried on by the said corporation is as
follows : In general to engage in- and carry on
the-business of mining, refining, smelting and
manufacturing any and all kinds of. ores, min
erals and metals; to purchase, lease, or acquire
by license, concession, grant or otherwise, aay
lands; mines, mineral rights, buildings, case
ments, rights and prfvUepres, machinery, plaits-
and other effects whatsoever, which the compiv
ny may think proper from time to time to be
acquired for any of Us purposes to prospects
and starch for ores and mtneralsy to mine and
grant licences for mining in. and. over any lands
wfci may bc.acquired by the- company, and to-
sell or otherwise dispose o the land, mines or
other property ot the- company? to-, buy. seiK
manefacsiire-and- deal f minerals, plant.-ma-chmery.
Implements-, couvenienccs:, provisions
and tbing.S'CUTMvble- otbeinji used, in-connection
with mining operations, or required by work-
. men ami others- employed' by the company ; to
j construct,, carry out, improve, manage, work,
control and superintend any- roads, ways, rail
I ways, bridges, rcervoirs, water courses, aque
ducts, wharves, furnaces, mills, crushing works,
hydraulic works, electric works, factories.
warehouses, and other works and conveniences
which may seem directly or indirectly condu
cive to any of the objects of the company, and
to contribute to, subsidize or otherwise aid or
partake in-any such operations; and generally
.o do any and all acts and things and transact
any and all other business incidental to the
purposes aforesaid and not contrary to the laws
of the territory of Arizona or of the United
States of America.
IV. That the amount of the capital stock of
the said corporation shall be one million dol-
j lars, divided into one hundred- thousand shares
j of a par value of ten- dollars- each, of which
eight hundred thousand' dollars'- Is paid, for real
and personal property, and the balance: in cash
on call ot tho'bxsird- of dfrectors-.-
' V.. That the time1 of commencement of znffl.
corporation shall be immediately on tiling these
articles with the recorder of the county of
, Yuma, Arizona, and such existence shall con
tinue tor the pestod of twenty-live years from
and after the date of said-filing:
. VI. The affairs of the said corporation slaill be
conducted by a board of live directors, who shall
be stockholders or the corporation and shall be
elected at the annual meeting of the corpora-
, tion on the second Tuesday in January in each
year, and the officers of said corporation shall
be a president and vice-president, both to be
elected by the board of directors front their
own number; a secretary, a, treasurer, and such
officers as the board of directors may deem"
necessary, who may be-chosen from among the
Tie members ot tne boaTd of directors for the
current year and until tbeir successors are cho
sen and have qualified are: Charles T. Hennjg,
L, M. Hennig, of Brooklyn, N. Y,; Arthur B.
Cfcapin, of Duluth. Minn. : C. V. Ferguson and
living B. Ferguson, of Orange, New Jersey,
VIL Tlvat the said corporation is not at any
time to subject itself to a greater liability than
two hundred thousand dollars except upon the
written consent of the holders of one-half of the
capital stock outstanding at the time the obli
gation is incurred, and in no case shall such in
debtedness be incurred to an amount exceeding
two-thirds of the outstanding capital stock.
VIII. That the private propertv of stock-holders-
of said corporation shall be exempt
from liability for corporate debts.
In witness whereof we have hereunto set our
hands and seals this sixteenth day of June, A,
Charles T, Hennig, (Scal
Arthur B, Chapin, ' (Seal)
Irving B. Ferguson, (Sc;U)
Witness F. A. Dalley,
State of Illinois, County of Cook -ss.
Before me, Frank A. Dailey, a notary public
in and for the county of Cook, state of Illinois,
on this day personally appeared Charles 'IV
Hennig, Arthur B. Chapin and Irving B. Fergu
son, known to me to be the persons whose
names are subscribed to the foregoing instru
ment and acknowledged to me that they execut
ed the same for the purpose and consideration
Given under my hand and seal of office this
10th day of June, A. D. l'.K)3,
Fkank a. Dailey,
(Seal Notary Public,
Cook County, 111.
My com-mission expires May 0". 1906,
Recorded at request of Roy S. Goodrich at9
a, m. July 23, 19C3. C. P. Cronin,
By O, P. Bondcsson, Deputy,
First pub, September 1&, IWi,
PATENTS. TTaznrd & Harpliam, Los- Augel
cn;. Send for free booklet on LV.Vi .(.-- i
In the valleys: of the Colorado and Gila rivers
there is-room for thousands. It-is not too much
to say that nowhere within the limits of this-
broad union can be found amorc desirable re
gion for the making of a home. No laborious
clearing of the land is required; it lies almost
ready for the prow. Trees aud shrubbery have
so rapid a growth that within eighteen months
the immigrant can surround his abode with at
tractions which would require years to maturr
in less favored climates. Fruits ripen and arc
reaay ior tne maritcc a fun month before the
California products. The bright sunshine
makes life a luxury, and the pure dry atmos
phere brings health to all who inhale it. For
the establishment of colonics, such as are made
in Southern California. Arizona presents un
rivaled opportunities; Thousands of- acres now
profitless can be made productive bv the con
struction of irrigating ditches, and there is no-
investment which assures- larger and more per
The statements in this artide onYuina county
are not exaggerated; in fact they fall short of
doing justice to this wonderful bit of countF.y
Pineapples-, datfts, almonds and Walnuts- will do
well, btrawberrics, raspberrier, bhicliberrieii,
currants, gooseberries and n)l varieties ot
small frultis-can be successfully cultivated. In
deed. Yudk county is not. only the natural
home ot the citrus and semitropicul fruits, as-
almost every fruit, nut, plant, grain, grass, or
vegetable which can be produced in either tropic
of the temperate zones wilt thrive in tfte uicft
and -Jertilc soils.
"VVitft the bright prospects' alJca of tiie town
oS Yuma and Yuma county t&ere ch be no bet-
ser investment for cepitai seKlnf large aiui re
munerative returns than is-afforded here. With"
a matchless climate, Where all forms- o tJis
case known to the damp and rigorous regions
of the east and north are unknown, wberc the
bright sunshine las-c into blown- and fra
grance every form f vegetation, aftsd where the
clear 6ays and coot balmy nights are one long
continued poem of happiness and delight, we
can offer to 'capitalists an idea, field for invest
ment and to homeseekcrs a veritable paradise
in which to settle.
The soil of these valleys is among the richest
on the continent. It Is. formed ot the detritus
which the streams or ages have brought down
fro-irj their mountain homes in their journey
to the sea. By constant overflows and change
of channel, the deposit of this rich vegetable
matter has formed a soil of extreme fertility.
Near the streams it is a dark alluvial mold,
well adapted to small grains and grasses. Far
ther back there is a rich sandy loam, mellow
and porous, and especially favorable for fruit
culture. It has been already demonstrated
that the productive capacity of these valleys is.
not surpassed b;v lands of equal area in any
part of tie UnKed States. So rapid and pro
lific is the crowth of the'fruits. cereals and vog-
i etablei- that the labor of the cultivator, is re
j duccd to the nrnimum, Innearly all t-f them two
crops a year can be grown, and vegetation is
one month head of California. The farmer
plants a cottonwood sapling before his door,
and within the year he has a shade tree twenty
five feet highL Alfalfa can be cut six times dur
ing' the season, and it is . an actual fact that
grape cuttings have produced wftMn eighteen
months: What state or territory cun- make
such a showing? The climate, it must be re
membered, is-nearly perpetual summer. Snow
nevei" falls in these southern valleys. The far
mer begins to pijynt in November, and by the
middle of May his harvest is ready. Rosea are
lrt bloonfc fruit tree are blooming, ana t&e
grain fields are a sea of green, wncn tne lieias
of the Eastern- farmers are coveretS wJtij snow
Every variety of grains, grasses, fruits s'na
vegetables grown in semitropic zones-, can be
produced in the valleys of Arizona. Wheat,
corn, barley, oats- and all the small grains give
a yield of from' twenty-five to lifty bushels per
acre. Alfalfa, timothy, clover. Bermuda and
all the cultivated grasses grow luxuriantly, the
former giving from eight to cen tons to the acre
each year. Every variety of vegetable raised iu
the United States can be grown in Aiizona, and
nowhere are they found of butter quality.
"Besides the products mentioned, these semi
tropical valleys produce cotton, sugar-cane, to
bacco, hemp and rice. With the exception of
the sugar-cane, but little attention is paid to
the cultivation of other staples; but it has been
demonstrated tint the soil and climate are
specially adapted to their successful growth.
Cotton-growing is no experiment in Arizona,
for it is on record that when the Europeans
first penetrated this region, they found the
Pima Indians wearing fabrics made of cotton
grown in the Clila valley.
'But it is their adaptability for fruit culture
that assures to these valley lands a dense pap
ulation and a prosperous future. Almost every
variety known can be raised in their fruitful
soils.' The apple, pear, plum, peach, apricot,
quinci and nectarine, are of delicious flavor,
and give a generous yield. The grape of all va
rieties is at home in these sunny vales. No
place In the grape-growing belt of the Pacific
coast can show so prolific a yield. The quality
is all that could be desired: apd the wine,
although its manufacture is yet experimental,
is of a linn flavor, delicious bouquet, and un
surpassed by any native product as a table bev
erage. Experiments with the raisin grape have
shown that th's climate and soil possess every
advantage for the production and curing of this
staple article of commerce.
"Besides the fruits already mentioned, the
orange, lemon, lime, olive, fig, pomgranate and
others of the citrus family, can be grown suc
cessfully in the valleys of Southern Arizona.
Orange trees are now in bearing In Salt river
vallev and at Yuma: while the banana is also
being cultivated at the latter place. The Ari
zona orange in quality and flavor will compare
favorably with the best California.
'-In' She valleys- of the Colorado, the Salt and
tXie Gila; rivers.- there is room for thousands.
It is noc too much to- -;ay that nowhere within
th-e limits; of this broad Union can be found- a
more desirable region for the making of a
.hxmre. No laborious clearing ot the lanes is- rc-
quired it lies almost ready for tne plow.
Trees and shrubbery h-jve.so rapid a growth
that withfn eighteen months the immigrant can
surround Iris- abode with attrilutions- which
would require vears to mature in less favored
climates'. Fruits ripen and are ready for mar
ket a full month before the California product.
The bright sunshine is a luxury, and the pure,
dry atmosphere brings health to all who inhale
it. For the establishment of colonies, such as
have made of Southern California a' garden,
Arizona presents unrivaled opportunities.
Thousands of acres, now profltlesH, can be
made productive by the construction of irrigat
ing ditches, and there is no investment which
assures larger or more permanent returns.'
Sick Headache ?
Food doesn't digest well?
Appetite poor? Bowels
constipated? Tongue coated?
It's your liver ! Ayer's Pills
are liver pills; they cure dys
25c. All drtiE2st5.
r,l a hp-ilitifuTr
brown" or rich black? Tlion use
BUCKINGHAM'S DYE wipers
S0 CTS. JF DRUGGISTS. OR R. P. Hall & Co., NASHUA, N. H.
S. P. DEPOT
210 Townseno Street
Near Third Stri:et, San Francxscn, Cal.
HRST-CLASS HOME COOKING
BUST COFFEE IN THE- CITY
Phone Bush t60 fl Lunches-put up
S. CERRERO, Propr.
. A NEW BREAKFAST DISH.
A la Mode de Bachelor's Style,
Send 10c to Nelson Bros, anci el a
redpe for cooking rolled oats that will
make vour lips smack. If, after ffiving
it a fair trial, you can swear up and
down that it isnot worth 10c, they will
return you 5c; and if you still swear, j
they will return you the other 5c, and s
what postage you are out. Address I
Kelson Brothers, Palotuas, Yuma. Co:, 1
HIS FIRST DAY AT SCHOOL.
She lost her little boy today:
Ker eyes were moist and sweet
And tender', when he went away
To hurry down the street.
She stood there for- the longest while"
And watched and watched him ; then
She said and tried to force a smile
"He'll not come back again,"
Inside the house her tears would comef
She sank into a chair
And sobbed above the battered drum
And trumpet lying there.
The sunshine stole into the place
It only m'ade her s;nl
With thinking of the pretty grace'
His' baby tresses had,
She minded ail his little ways;
She went to sec his little crib
Up in the"attic; then to gaze
At platter, spoon and bibt
And all the trinkets he had thought-
So fair to look upon
Each one of them this murmur brought;
"My little boy has-gone!"
Sfoe wandered through the house' all day,
To come on things he'd left,
And Oh, she missed his romping: play
And felt herself bereft.!
When he came home, with- whining eyes,-
To tell of -school's delight.
She kjsdwkl held him moth-crwise-
WitlserHt4Dff f affright- . -
TEtfs is the ftotfn hi imiitclfr' hearts' '
When- school ctayvshsj-vc'be-aini -Each-
knows- the l5!?r? Jvcy jlepo-r to-
And baby days are done?
Eaclt mother fain would close hrc5vrs-
And hush the calling bell, "
For, somehow, in its tone-she hears-
The sounding of a knell.
Was Willing to Stop,
Prof. William B. Scott
master at the dinner of the ' bue presei" "e tins oeeu so
American Philosophical Society ;licitecI.to lie P eve1 vea
of. Philadelphia, recently an- OTbJe Wtrememberha
nounced to the hundred or more in- told a holowiae truth with
famous men who sat around the ; oafc dipim'sbiHg subscription
tables that he occupied his post ' list or makmg" n:a euemy. Under
unwillingly, and then to prove
his point and show how little he
relished the position in which he
was standing, he told this story:
"Tim and" Clancy were walk-
ins- through the wilds of New
Jeraerxr, bound for New York.
when Tim spied a wildcat
crouched in the branches of a
i. T, ,i --n j. . -L i
bi ftj uear buy t ouu. LiuLcuiiig
his companion by the arm and
pointing excitedly to the beast,
" 'Clancy, do ye&seetbotfoine
Maltese cat? Oi've a i'rind' on
Vasey street as- .wud give forty
dollars fur ut. Stand yez. under,
now, an' Oi'll go up anf shake fer
down.' All yell have t' do is t'
"Clancy did as he wns told,
and Tim went up and shook and
shook till the cat did absolutely
tumble. Clancy grabbed her.
When there came a moment's
lull in the cyclone of fur and
Clancy and dust and grass, the
wondering Tim, looking on from
above, called down;
" 'Shall Oi come down, Clan
cy, an' help-howld her?'
""Come downl -Come downlr
gasped Clancy, 'Came down,
an' help let her go I' "St. Louis
' I have made a most thorough
trial of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and
ara prepared to say that for all dis
eases of the lungs if never disap
points." J. Early Finley, Ironton, O.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
won't cure rheumatism ;
we never said it would.
I It von't cure dyspepsia;
yw iitvci ciauiicu ii. jjui
it will cure coughs and
colds of all kinds. We
first said this sixty years
ago; we've been saying it
Three sizes: 25c, 50c, SI. AH dra?jist.
Consult your doctor, ir lie.says take it,
then do as lie s.iys. If li? tells you not
to rKe it. men mm t tajee u. lie Kuuiva.
Le-vre It with him. w arc wtllin-r.
J. C. AX Eli CO.. Lowell, Mass.
Some persous make their own
epitaphs and bespeak the read
er's good will. It were, indeed,
to be wished that every man
would . early learn in this manner
to make hfs- own, and tbat he
would draw it up in terms ss ilat- j
terms as possible, and that he
would make it- the employment
of his whose life to deserve it.
Tonini handles the Parker Jorntless
Fountain pen, the best there is made. '
The inlc is carried directly to the point 1
of the pen, and will not leak as most
fotKitaiti pens do audsoil the hands.
Hicks: We had u great time afr
the club last mghL Sorry not?
to see yon there, Charley,
. Mrs, Porter (after Hicks had
gone): Why, Charles, yoa told,
me you spent the whole of last?
evening at the eltib,
Mr. Porter (with great pres"'
enccof mind): So I did, dear;
The reason Hicks didn't see me.
was because he wasn't there
himself. Trying to deceive his
Mrs, Porter: The wretch! And
he would try to rob me of the
confidence I have in you! I al
ways did see something about'
that man I didn't like.
Running- a Country Paper,
Clyde Fitch, the playwright",
has" a scrap book of oTd news
paper cuppings: that he ha been
over ftfteerf years collecting,
One of his clippings which MrV
Fitch pri-tes, it is said, concerns
the reth'eeoent .from journalism
of a western editor-in-cbief, and
it is" coached m these terms;
"The undersigned retires from
the editorial chair with the con
j viction that till is vanity. Prom.
the hur he started bis paper to
, these'eircumstances of trial,, and
huvin- 11 thorough; contempt for
!bimself' he rethJs m opder
recruit his moral constitution."
Justice Defeated by Appeals.
If Justice Brewer's idea had
ruled in Missouri recently and
' appeal had been denied in crimr-
inal cases, nineteen boodlers
men who had either sold official
action for bribes, or dealt out"
bribes to public servants would
now be doing time behind prison:
bars. Wouldn't that spectacle:
have been one to "brace up" the
-workers for political reform all
over the country? Under the
miserable system of allowing ai"
peals on all manner di technical'
ities, and whetre the appellant
court, as in Iviissourf, exalts the
observance of tfchnicalitiesabove
the doing of gBbstantfal justice,
there is a widespread belief that;
few of the boodlers will receive
any punishment whatever. :St
Paul Pioneer Press, '
It is with
mixed feelings that
many southerners regard Booker
T, Washington, the colored edu
cational leader, A good story is
told of a Florida colonel who re
cently met Mk, Washington and
fn a bibtfJoas burst of confidence
said; "Suh, ' I'm glad to meet
yuu. Always wanted to shake
you hand, sn, 1 think, suh,
you're the greatest rjjan ??i Amer
ica," -Ob, no," safd Mr. Wash
ington, ''"Yols are, srch," said
the colonel, --and thea, pugna
ciously, "'Who's greater?" ""Well'
said the founder of Tuskegee,
"there's President Roosevelt.''
"No, suh !'r roared the colonel,
"Not'by a jugful! 1 used to think
so, but since he -invited you to
dinner I think he's a blank
Five-room cottage corner of Main and
First streets. Inquire at Sentinel office.
The Parson I intend to pray
that you forgive Casey for hav-
Ung thrown that brick at you.
The Patient Mebbe yer Riv
rance 'ud be-savm toime if ye'd
just wait till Oi gets well and
thin pray frasey.
the most dependa.blp
for Wording men
in H -v-w -s-
i- at a tSf t .TIB
g! for wording men