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J. W, D0RJHJ1GT0N,. Proprietor.
XTJMA - - - ARIZONA
OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 30, 1904.
Good job work at the Sentinel office.
Bread delivered to all parts of town.
Phone 64, Kent fc Adams. '
The largest assortment of French
,4mdy in town at the Acme.
The new brown shades are all the
rage. We 'have them in new skirts
' The Steamer St. Vallier was gayly
decorated on Saturday, the" occassion
being the reception in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. T. W. Anderson, who were
married last Wednesday.
Those bills you were talking about;
we can print them at the Sentinel of
Tom Blair one of the best
prospectors in the territory, came in
from Harrisburg last week and has
been spending his time visiting with
his many old time friends!
The many friends of U. G. Wilder,
assistant superintendent of the prison,
will be pleased to hear of his rapid re
covery from a very severe attack of
The Clifton Copper Era says: "It
-would be wise for the next legislature
to pass a law prescribing that a voter
must be able to read and write the
English language. No true American
could object to such a law."
More trimmed hats at The New
It looks like old times to see the
large amount of business being done at
Levi & Co.. old corner by Alexander
and Co. Their motto is good goods,
prompt attention with prices to suit.
Have you seen that pretty waist
your neighbor wears. She bought it
at The New York Store
Los Angeles Examiner at Tonini's.
When you come to town call at The
Ruby and see the latest.
The famons Kentucky whisky, Rich
land Rye at The Ruby. Sole" agents.
Do you want letter heads? If you do
get them at the Sentinel office.
The official canvass of election re
turns in Maricopa county gives the
democratic candidate Walker four ma
jority over -the republican candidate
Crook. Therraatter ha's been taken in
to, the courts for final settlement. ',
Jf the plans of the members of the
militia company are carried through,
the company will soon have as fine an
armory as any- in the territory. The
hall has ha&all needed repairs made,
thq. walls lrasomined and tho wood
work painted It 'looks Very, clean and
rieat inside unci if Sergt Harris is able
to' carry out his plans and secure the
nxreded tables and'ehairs and' fitting
for:.the interior, the ctunpanywill soon
have a cosy little club room of its own.
-jjiurrv Brownstetter. senior partner
ofthtr- New- lgrk ".Store, ' was in Los
Angeles' last week purchasing a fine
stock otgoods for the Christmas holi- i
days. -v . ;
Hotel Gandolfo is admitted to be one
of the best houses on the coast. Ameri
can or European plan. Fine meals are
served in the cafe, where you' order
what you want and pay for what you
The McCall Bazar fashion sheets for
Januaey free at The New York Store.
Holiday goods will be on display
soon at The New York Store.
Fine Etamine and Voil dress -skirts
cheap for cash, at The Ne.w York Store.
Ketcherside's keep the best line of
cigars in town.
The finest line of cigars in the city at
Ketcherside's "drug store.
Considerable excitement was created
Sunday evening by the raiding of the
opium joint on Main Street next to
Gilroy & Moretti's saloon. Wong,
Lyun was charged with keeping a
place where opium was smoked and
sold, and Ham Em and a Chinaman
named Charley were held for frequent
ing the place. At the trial held on
Weduesday forenoon Wong Lyun was
found guilty and fined S20 and Ham
Era was also fined $20. The other
Chinaman was released.
A B. C. Beer is king of all beers
Ladies trimmed hats at The New
Complete line of Havana, Mexican
and domestic cigars and confectionery
Friday evening Dec. 2nd, the Ladies
Aid Society of the M. ' E. Church will
give a literary and musical entertain
ment at Elks hall.
Deputy N. O. Marshall J. P. Wells
brought Mariano. Gonr.ales in ".from
Phoenix this week to s'drve six months
in the territorial prison for a violation
of the Edmunds Act.
Judge Davis appointed Geo. Michel
son receiver for the defunct Yuma
bauk. Mr. Michelspn is in every -way
qualified for the position and has eng
tored upon his duties as receiver.
L. W. Alexander's nephew, Jesse,
arrived from San Francisco last week
and has accepted a position, with the
firm of'Alexonder & Co., of which his
uncle is senior partner.
.Ir. and Mrs. Cash Smith's borne
was made happ.y by the arrival of a
baby girl Friday evening.
The Mohawk County Mineral Wealth
paid Yuma county's member of tho
house, Hon. W. F. Timmons, the fol
lowing complimentary notice endors
ing him for speaker of the house:
"Hon. W. F. Timmons, the talented
Bryon democrat of Yuma county, is a
candidate for speaker of the lower
house of the legislature. Surely the
jjortjiern tier of counties assisted by
Maricopavwill stand together to make
One of the topics of interest to the
citizens of Yuma county is the great
guessing contest at Sanguinetti's. In
conjunction with the great stock re
duction sale which ho is conducting, a
guessing contest has been inaugerated.
A bottle filled with shot and beans
is on exhibition in his window and the
one making the nearest guess, geta a
beautiful sewing machine valued ap
$75.00. The one making the second
best guess &0.00 in gold, the third
best guess $20.00 in gold, the fourth a
beautiful imported doll made by the
celebrated doll manufacturers of Ger
many. Heinrich & Handwerk, valued
at $20.00. There are also six prizes of
Natural Gas in England.
Natural gas, in which England was
generally supposed to be deficient, has
been discovered there by Americans
and put to practical uses. The Eng
lish people have not yet fully realized
the many advantages it has over coal
and are therefore slow in- adopting it.
This is also the experience of ; many
persons in our own country in regard
to medicine. They are fully aware
that they need a medicine to'cure them
of their stomach, kidney - or liver
trouble, but are undecided which
medicine to select. Follow the advice
of prominent physicians as well as the
example of thousands of persons who
have been cured, and commence taking
Hostetter's "Stomach Bitters. It posi
tively cures headache, nausea, belch
ing, heartburn, dyspepsia, constipation,
chills, colds and malaria. Avoid sub
stitutes. That the Thanksgiving ball given
by the members of Co. "H" at Elks
hall was a brillian'. success, socially,
is the opinion of all who attended.
The hall was nicely decorated and the
briffht uniforms of the Knights of
Pythias and the sombre ones of the
militia officers made a pleasant con
trast. The music of the grand march
commenced at 9 o'clock sharp and the
floor was soon a scene of gaiety and
good fellowship. Barny Meeden who
was to have been floor manager was
unable to attend and the position was
ably filled by Ben Bradford. At the
intermission supper was served at the
Silver Moon Cafe. This feature' has
been omitted from most dances for the
last year or two and we are glad to see
it revived, as the exercise makes one
think of the inner man about midnight,
and it is quite a strain to dance five or
six hours with no intermission.
A Continual Strain.
Many men and women are constantly
subjected- to what they commonly term
'.'a continual strain" because of some
financial or family trouble. It wears
ana, distresses them both mentally and
physicially, affeecting their nerves
badly and bringing on liver and kidney
ailments, while the attendant -evils of
constipation, loss of appetite, sleepless
nesst low vitality and despondency.
They cannot, as a rule, get rid of this
"continual strain,", but they can rem-;
edy its health-destroying effects by
taking frequent doses of Green. s Aug
ust Flower. It tones up the 'liver.
stimulates the kidneys, insures healthy
bodily functions, giyes vim and f.ii-it
to one's whole being, and eventually
dispells the physical or mental distress
caused by that "continual sti'ain.''
Trial bottle of August Flower, 25c;
regular size, 75c At' all druggists.
Yuma Drug Co.
The action taken by officers Rieff
and Martinez, inf raiding the opium
joint on Main Street, on Sunday, was
commendable, and altho it aroused the
enmity of a certain class of people
against these officers, they deserve the
hearty approval of the community.
The remark has been made on the
streets that the opium joints were run
so openly that even a child, could raid
them. If some of these critics could
go with the officers and crawl thro
alleys, under lumber piles and in cel
laro to try and secure evidence with,
which to convict, and then nearly lose
their case thro the evidence of these
same Chinamen who have no regard
whatever for the truth or an American
court, they would probably quit in dis
gust. An appeal has been taken in
the case, just tried before Judge Bax
ter, and the Chinamen may escape
thro some technality of the law, but
even if they do, no doubt will remain
in anybodys mind as to the fact that
there is an opium joint at the place
Neat catchy business cards at the
Peter Terrell, a painter, was brought
before Judge Davis Tuesday, and waa
committed to tho territorial asylum
for the insane. An appeal was taken
by the defendant's attorney, H. C.
There is more catarrh in this Section
of the country thau all other diseases
put together, and until the last few
years was supposed to be incurable.
For a great many years doctors pro
nounced it a local disease and pres
cribed local remedies, and by con
stantly failing to cure with local
treatment, pronounced it incurable.
Science has proven catarrh to be a
constitutional disease and therefore
requires constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is
the only constitutional cure on the
market. It is taken internally in doses
from 10 drops to a teaspoon ful. It acts
directly on the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system. They offer one
hundred dollars for any case it fails to
cure. Send for circulars and testi
monials. Address: F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo,
Sold by(all Druggists, 7oc.
Tako Hall's Family Pills for coristi-psl-ioji.
PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES.
Judge R. F. Davis informs us that he
will issue the official call for Yuma
county teachers institute, and the pro
gram for a three day's, meeting for
December 21, 22 and 23, will appear in
the city papers next. w.6ek. Subjects
for papers will, bo assigned to the lead
ing county teachers, so that they may
prepare themselves to give some
thing valuable to our teachers and
public schools. Lot us teachers put
.forth our best efforts to make this first
institute for Yuma county a most profit
able success, a regular "red letter day"
in the history of our public schools.
Yuma county and the ad jacent count
ies are so sparsely settled and it is so
far to. attend other ccunty institutes
that we teachers of Yuma county must
organize and conduct our own institute.
Let all teachers remember that Ari
zona school laws wisely provide that
all teachers who dismiss their schools
and attend the institude the full three
days shall receive their regular pay
for the three dayj of the institute.
This . arrangement will give ample
time for one week's Xmas holidays
during which time those who" desire
may spend eight days back in the' old
states or in California.
We urge every teacher. -and trustee
in Yuma county to attend our teachers'
institute and to take part in the dis
cussions. We shall have a "Query
Box" and all can ask questions and
have them answered by the . teachers
and trustees who may honor themselves
by attending tho institute. In this
way many phases of public school work
may be discussed and all our teachers,
both old and young, will receive a
great spiritual uplift to be abained in'
no other wav.
The enrollment in
schools Dec. 1st, is by
Miss Post 1st primary 102
Miss Thomas 2nd primary
pils. Miss Donaldson 2nd grade-
Miss Priest 2nd and 3rd grades
Miss Munp 3rd and 4th' grades
Miss Harrington-5th and 6th grades
C. C. Woodsen 7th and 8th grades
Totals 7 teachers 8 gra,des 345
Ten or twelve pupils have, been
dropped ' from the registers because
they have been absent, more . than five.
dsys. Some of v'them .have removed
from Yuma and others.-bpve' been sick.
All pupils who have stopped to go to
work or to stay tit home 'will' soon' be
huntod up by the' truant 'officer. -Better
come, to -schdol ''every day -of the
Wanted. ;.. ... .
Lady assistant during the holiday
at Darling's ;jewelry store.
S. O. Swan and Leona Peters, of
Los Angelo?. were- married - hero .Sill-
ui:lay. Rev. Cr vh cfFe:. at;n.r.
Tl:-. ott-f; a very -.- ...
Mor.ua; Usrr. Mr Wi;I'u;ii V.'i-jftf,
of Nobler, Wai-h. Mr. . arAtwco is-
accompanied by "his daughter. They
have jilst returned from.1 ah extended
visit east and the World's Fair and
will remain-in? Yuma diifing the'wihter
season. Mr. Yard wood, has been a
resident of Washington for 37 years,
is- in his eighty-seventh year and looks
as youug and spriteiy as most of men
in their fifties.
A Runaway Bicycle.
Terminated with an ugly cut on the
leg of J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove,
111. It developed a stubborn ulcer un
yielding to doctors and remedies for
four years. Then Rucklen's Arnica
Salve cured. It's just as good for
burns, scalds, skin eruptions and piles.
25c at' all druggists.
Our youug friend, E. H. Norman,,
operator for the S. P. at Wei ton, was
iu Yuma Thanksgiving, shaking hands
with his many friends.
R. L. Bechtel, late proprietor of the
Turf saloon is in Los Angtles. It is
reported that' Mr. Bechtel will pur
chase an up-to-date ice piantfor Yuma,
and will have it in running order
within (i0 davs.
Carelessness is responsible for many
a railway wreck a.id tho same causes
are making human wrecks of sufferers"
from throat and lung trouble. But
since tho advent of Dr. King's New
Discovery for consumption, coughs and
colds, even the worst cases can bo
cured, and hopeless rasignation is no
longer necessary.. Mrs. Lois Cragg of
Dorchester, Mass., is one of many
whose life was saved by Dr. King's
New discovery. This great remedy is
guaranteed for all throat and lung
diseases by all druggists. Price 50c!
and 81. Trial bottles free.
List of letters remaining unclaimed
in Yuma post office Nov. 30, 1904.
Daniels, 'Mrs L
Mgr Music Hall
Overhulser, E. H
Persons calling for above letters will
please say "advertised".
R. H. Chandler, P. M.
A. H. Cargill, proprietor of the S. P.
hotel, left on Friday night for atrip to
W. H. Elliot and Stuart Cargill re
turned to Yuma for Thanksgiving.
They have been surveying up the
river. ' ' r-
. Some of the militia boyVare going to
give a turkey shoot the day before
Christmas. Christmas comes on Sun-
I day this yeiu
A CHINESE CONSIGNMENT.
United States Marshall McCord pas
sed through Yuma last -week for San
Francisco witli-a carload of Chinamen.
Tho Cbinfimen had all been gathered
up in the southern part of the terri
tory, about' Doilglai-'and Nogales, with
in the last, month. The-Republican says
there are .te.n more to bo deported,
but the number .taken last night, made
a full car load. At the' rate arrests
are now being made, by the time the
marshall gets back there will, be an
other full car. .Tho attempts to break
through the exclusion act are more
numerous and persistent now than
ever before rJong the southern border.
A Love Letter.
Would not interest you if you're look
ing for a guaranteed -'salve for sores,
burns or piles. Otto Dodd, of Ponder,
Mo., writes: t "I suffered with an .ugly
sore for a yeaT, but a box of Bucklen's
Arnica Salve cured-me: It's the best
salve on earth., 25c-at&ll druggists.
First Orange Shipment.
The first carload of Arizona oranges
will be shipped to Chicago from Mesa
City next Wednesday. Oranges, have
beqn well colored and sweet for ' more
thap a week, and have been on sale
locally, as well as pomelos of excellent
quality. The orange crop will be
light, mainly owing to the drought of
the early summer; Ttto fruit set well
and had there been an abundance of
water the crop would- have been the
heaviest ever-known' to the valley.
The small acreage of lemons, is under
stood to be bearing better, than ever
before. Phoenix Cor.
Doesn't Respect Old Age.
It's shameful when ydutu fails to
show proper respect for old age, but
just the. contrary in the case of Dr.
King's New Life Pill;.- They cut off
maladies, up mutter how severe andir
respective. of old age. Dyspepsia,
jaundice, fever, constipation all yield
to this perfect pill. 25 c at all drug
Mr. ind .Mrs. VV, C. Tonkin made
the Sentinel office a social visit' this
weeic. Air. TonKin is interested in
some very promising mining property
in the Quartzsite mining district in
this county. Mr. and Mrs. Tonkin left
for Los Angeles yesterday.
Not a Sick Day Since.
"I was akqn severely sick with kid
ney trouble,. I tried, all sorts. of. medi
cines, none of. which relieved nies One
day I sa,wan ad of your El ectric Bit
ters, and determined to try that; After
taking H few doses I felt relieved,, and
soon thereafter was entirely cured, and
have not been sick.a day-since. NeigM
bors of mine1 have 'beeh;-curedG-t.of
rheumatism, peu.calgiri1Jiyer: arid. kid-,
ney troubles,- and gener'aWlebilityl''
mi ', r -m T-l'..' ' f- fr " - ,
xnat i, wna& a. ij.. iass, ,oi r remont,
N. C. writes. Only :50c at' all druggists
County- Surveyor-' 'Elliott Ueft today
E. F. SanEruinetti sisHa'rrjeriftie, ar
rived in Yumalust we-ek, ;Miss Jennie
has been at San Francisco, during, the
past year, but will' remain tii ' Yuma
.with harrbrother during the winter
: j'f thoi-is an.ySh.iag'jiin-?bo; bakery
t .e that, can .. m,su'let. from," flpujr or
! sufcttir, vtiu'il And it. at-tha'umtr Bak
ery, postoffice corner. Kent &. Adams,
"The Tavern" "The Taeru":
"The Tavern" that. is all. ,'
w. H. Lewis, the .hardware man.
made an assignment, at Los Angeles
last Tuesday. W. C, Mushet was made
assignee. Mr. Lewis- gives his asset
at about $7,000j liabilities the same.
Judge Fletcher M. Doan, of Florence,
registered at the S. P. hotel Saturday
TRACK LAYING BEGUN.
The Phoenix Republican says that
track laying was begun yesterday oa
the Arizona & California railroad, by
the construction crew that -has been
employed on the Phoenix Zc Eastern
during "the summer and fall.
The name of this compimv nwv not
be familiar to everybody as it has been
more often referred to as the Arizona
California & Santa Fe . It is .that,
branch of the Santa Fq system . being
built through central, Arizona, that
runs west from a point on the S. F. P.
and P. -a-few miles above Wiefcenburg,
and which is designated - to go almost
directly, west across the Colorado river,
uniting with the present, main line of
the Santa Fe, at Bengal, Cul Grading
has been going on during most- of the
summer and twenty mile of grade' is
now completed. Tho' i'on.t ruction
train that has been V 'Work, on the
Phoenix & Eastern came in from Pima
county.ancL w:ent tq Wickenburg-yesterday.
By the time the twenty miles
of track for which the grade k is now
ready, has been constructed, it "is, likely
conditions will permit of a .resumption
of operations on tho P. & E. .again.
CARD OF THANKS. "
We desire to extend ohy thanks " to
the members of Lodge No: 476. B. P.
O. E...also to our many friends w,ho.
participated fn the funeral at the
burial of our child.
Mk. and Mrs. Jack Dunne.
Owing to the sale of so - much crock
ery etc., Alexander & Company have
replenished their stock with some
very beautiful new patterns ' and are
now ready to supplv any demand.
Everything in the shape bf wood,
cut to any size or shape, at Alexander
& Company's wood yard.
The mighty dollar has a powerful
purchasing power at The New York
D. W. Dowe, the San 'Francisco
photographer, will soon, open business,
in Yuma-. Look for date. -
The Yuma Ice Co.'s extra dry gingei.
ale is on sale wherever drinks are
fcukl. Try it.
To health end happiness is Scrofula
aa ugly as ever since time immemorial."
It causes bunches in. the neck, die
figures the skin, inflames the mucous
membrane, wastes the muscles, weak
ens the bones, reduces" the po.wer" of
resistance to disease and the' oapacity
for recovery, and develops into ' con
sumption, v ' ' s
"A bunch appeared on the 1fe(t -side of
my neck. It caused great pain, wa'i lanced,
ind became a. runuiiig sore. .1 went into a
general decline.. I was persuaded to try
Hood's Sarsnruirtlla, a"d when I hhd taken
six bottles my neck was healed, and I have
never had spy trouble of. the kind since."
JIns. K. T. Snydeu, Troy, Ohio.
: and Pills
yrill rd you of it, radically anct per
manently, as they have rid thousands.
Sweet and wholesome bread--you
can't help liking it at Kent & Adams.
At the Old Plantation the specialties
are Old Plantation and Hunters Rye
The Yuma Ice Co. 's soda waer is the
best- Only pure, distilled water is
used in its manufacture, therefore it is
also the most healthful. Drink no
Just call telephone No. GO, Alexander
& Company, if you need anything, and
your wants will be promptly attended
to ' -
In buying for cash you don't have to
pay for bad losses, but get the highest
grade of goods for tho lowest possible
price. At The New York Store.
Farm lands, town property, residences
and all kinds of realostate bought, sold
and rented by tie Yuma Title Ab
stract Company, Bank of Yuma Build
ing, Second street.
Prof. Bardett has a new horse and
buggy and can attend to all orders
in the country without extra charge.
Alexander & Company have just re-;
ceived a carload of fine groceries, can
ned goods, etc. 1
If you want the best and most goods
for the least money try The New York
Store for cash
Tablets, slates, pencils and pencli
ases at Darling's.
Marigold Rye at T,he Ruby.
Spot cash is the main feature In mer
chandising. Try The New York
The only way to. buy your goods
right is. for cash. No collectors,,. or
duns. ,'Trade at The Now York. Store.
' .Sparkling cliampagne cider, i3, a. fine
drinktnis hot weather. .Bottled, by the
i uma ice l-o. jj or sale oy an dealers.
Call for it. " ' ' -,;rw
' Slates, pencils and .other "school sup
"The Tavern"- "The Tavern"
"The Tavern" for me. '
TheySqptiue.l.for TJp-to'date' job work
Fashionable Dress Making.
Mrs.'S.'L. MeCiaflin of Los An'g'ales,
has arrived in Yuma and. has -opened a
Jdress making establishment in ' the
rooms next door south of the Sentinel
office. Miss MuClaffln is an,, .artist in
hsr line and ladies desiring" garments
fashioned in the best and latest modes
and skillfully fitted wHi;do w.ell to call
on her. , ; w . . v
. Forty acres patented land within 3
miles of Yuma, at $40 per acre. Ad
dress P. O. box 46, Yuma. mch9tf
For Sale Cheap.
Set of blacksmith shop tools and
vra'jjon wood material.
J. N. Demier.
YUMA ART STUDIO
Prof. L. J. Bardet, Prop.
Photographs taker? in all sizes and
styles. Views, groups, copies, interi
ors and pictures taken after death.
Pictures enlarged in crayon, pastel
water colors and sepia a specialty.
First-cluss finish in platino, carbon or
gloss paper. Full line of supplies and
finishing done for amateurs. Cameras
and kodaks for sale. Advice to ama
teurs gratuitously given. All work
promptly done and satisfaction strictly
guaranteed. Come look at- the work
Studio corner of Main and Third
streets, Yuma, Arizona.
D. W. Dowe, the San -Francisco art
is and photographer is now here and
ready for business. Located opposite
A. Modesti's block, for a short time
only. Mr. Dowe's work is equal to any
on the Pacific coast. His Collodio
Carbons, Artisto Platino and Platinum
work are very artistic. Prices to suit
the times. Mr. Dowe was located in
Yuma several years ago and spent the.
winter doing some excellent work, as
"many of his friends and. natrons here
can testify. Give him a call and be
convinced" of his thoroughness as a
practical and efficient workman. All
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it
fails to cure. IS. W. Grove's signature
is on each box. 25c.
There came to my ranch in tho Colo
rado valley, about 12 miles from Yuma,
one bay horse, branded J. M. on left
thigh, and C. just above the other
brand. Had a small bell on neck
when taken-up. Owner can have same
by proving property and paying cost
of pasturage and publishing this notice.
. tf John W. Crowley.
VTENTTS. Hazard irHarpham; Tos Ane
es. wvl fov tc.v I'ooklet on Patsars
JOHN GANDOifO. Proprietor
sealer in Oessral fccltasidise
Free deliverv to any part of
quality as well as price guaranteed,
Wagons, Carriages. Buggies and all
;3 kinds of Farming Implements
WE SOLICIT YOUR
Cor. Main and Third Sts.
Pli and Fittings,
Rabbit Proof yyiro
Smooth Wire, 9
Paints, Oils, Var-
Hair, Plaster, Etc. Q
Sets up a wail and a cry when the family,
provider-neglects to have on hand a supply of
Anybody who gives it afair trial, from
Baby up. to Grandpa, prefers it as a,,
beverage. Ask yoQr dealer.
YUMA SOE CO., Agents J
Main St., between
A. A A A A A . ,
WIGWAM SALOON BUILDING L
Miss the Special Sales !Every Saturday
at the Hardware Man's,
New Molina Slock
fidelity Title Guaranty Compan
And Certificates of Title .
The Only Complete Set of Abstract Baoks. in Yuma County
Tbe Yuma Bakery's Milk Bread is
conceded to be very fine. Try a loaf.
Remember the place: postpffice corner,
opposite Sanguinetti's. Some store
keepers may palm off Chinese bread on
you, but insist on having Milk Bread
baked by tho Yuma Bakery. Kent &
Try us and see hew much farther
your cash will reach in making- your
jv!,'''cos. T' "VTr"- V7-'t- tj-..f
sold on small commission I
F. L. Ewino,
Wholesale rnd Retail
Jones and First Sts.
Tonini handles, the Parker JointlVs&.
Fountain Pen, fche besfc there is made.
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of the pen, and will not leak as. moat;
fountains do and soil.the hands.
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