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OF ARIZ OKA.
OF YUMA COUNTY .
"Independent in all things."
Yuma, Arizona The, Gate CityJ of the Great Southwest
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YUMA. AJbilZOJNTA. WETXISrESLAY, DECEMBER 10. 1908.
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY NJ
XU3IA, : : : : ARIZONA
' J. W. DORRINGTCN. Proprietor.
One Year - 00
Six Months 1 00
Govern!): Jccph K. ttihbey"
Secretary :...W. R Nirhols
Auditor i.-.- John N- Pace
Tn-usdrcr . ..y..E. E. Kirklanrt
Aiicrnev General J...::. V.. W.Clark
Surveyor General F. S. Ingails
Supl of public Instruction 1. L. Long
Ditvjwc to Congress - Mark Smith
Sup't Territorial Prison. Jerry Millay
PHOKNIX USIl OFFICK
Register .Aniton R. Moore
Rcci ivcr Fen S. Hildrcth
District Judge John II. Campbell
Civvii of District Court... ....('. H. Totting
c II. H. Donkersley. Chairman:
Clerk Hoard or Supervisors .. J;is. M. Polbamus
Probate Judge and Sup't of Schools
Justice of thi Peace
Trustees Yuma School District W. IT. Elliott,
J. W. Dorrhigton.O. C. Johnson.
Mayor A. Tj. DcMund
( P. J, Miller. L. V. Alexander.
Counrilmeu Squire Munroe. John Gaudolfo
, Don-ild Mclnryre.
Citv Attorney F. I- Ingvaham.
Citv Clerk Jind Treasurer .7. L. Hedondo
Marshal K. A. Audcrson
Street Commissioner J. H. Shansscy
J. II. Godfrey
P. T. Robertson
W. n. Elliott
Dr. Thomas J. Push
Jas. AT. Polhamns
r C. Y. Mccden
Mail open on Sundays from 8 to 9 a. in.
"Week days. 8 a. m. to (i n.'m.
No Money Order buMii'ss An Sundays.
Mail (East and West) closes every day at " p. i
R, II. Chandler P. M.
rUMA LODGE NO. 7 A. O. V. W. MEETS
,l every Tuesday evening at B o'clock. Visit
Ins brethren in good standing are invited to
Attend. Yours in C II. and P.
f. l. ewing. m. w.
i:d. mayks, r.
5 & UsUFi
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.you should always bear in mind it's not
a final "Good-bye,"' as we expect to see
you again. , Yes, indeed; it's as certain
as the shining sun that we'll see those
again who buy our
Cigars avd tobacco.
They're satisfied to the'limit and bring
their friends, that they, too, may have
the benefit of our unusually good things
Besides, when other purchases are nec
essary, here is where they make them.
Stock was never higher grade than it is
The Up tp-Date Groeers.
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY.
4. LLIANCIA IIISPANO-AMERICANO NO.
Jr. ut meets every Sunday at Elks' hall. 6 p.
jn. .M '.Nirisr. Monuov.- Pres. J. L. Redonuo.
LTHODIST EPISCOPAL ChVkCH -Pmsichins
every other Sunday moratair
at 11 o'clock and Sunday nipht at 7:30 by the
pastor. J. . Oshultrec. Sunday School every
Sunday morulns at 10'o'clock, P. T. Robertson,
FIRSff BAPTIST CHURCH. SERVICES
on the fourth .Sunday in each month at
ztifjy. m. l'rayer muwuon t nuiiv uikuiui
each wee.K. Eupene Keen, pator in charge,
undny School every Sunday morulas at 10.
A Lesson in Intensive Farming by
R II. Forbes, Director and
Chemist of Agricultural
University of Arizona,
January 15, 1!K!7.
Just, west of Yuinn, Arizona, in the alluvial
flood-plain of the Colorado, lies a little farm
or.'iHcre which on May 1. lWS. was virgin
bottomland, eoven-d with wilt.woed, arrow
brush ami eivtwolc bushes. Tne oriKitial
purpose or tin' tract wns for planting .selected
vaiietifs of date palmin)orted bv the U. S.
Department of Agriculture fro in the Old
World. The E-peiiient station, May be
Kun prepnrinj: the ground, and on Mav '20 the
work of levelling, bordering and irricatiutr
the traet and the planting of 1.W palms, was
THU pj.ax o:.' wpnic
IteeoKiUsIiiff, howeve!', (hat a farmer with
his living to make meantime, cannot a f ford
to wait for au orchard to come into bearinsr,
it was planned to plant crops for quick re
turns between the tree-rows, thu.-: puttitn; the
work on a feasible basis from the small farm
er's point of view. In order to economize
ground the irrigating borders were so placed
as to coincide with the, rows of palms, thus
utilizing space otherwise usually wasted.
The tract was divided by the borders into
lands, for the most part one-half an acre in
size. Irrigating water from tho Colorado
Valley P. & J. Canal was obtained in tho cus
tomary manner, and Ki Ij. Crane, himself a
Yuma Valley farmer, undertook the care of
what, was nicknamed our "play farm."
In size, as well as in the intensive character
or the work planned, this 'farm" is tho op
posite of the average holdings of this locality.
The prevailing crops of the region are alfaira,
corn, barley, and foruge in general, compara
tively little attention being given to vege
tables and fruits. Withal, the cost of levelling
land in this region is high, rarely falling be
low twenty dollars an acre at current prices
for labor and teams. Moreover, the cost, ex
elusive of maintenance, or the Government
irrigating system now under construction
will be about S3.50 an acre annually for ten
years. To meet these and other heav items
of expense in connection with tie :-'.i olish-
mentoi a iaru m this region. ,.t. u cions
of a more remunerative char;' . .-i i hi those
now in vogue, ,-re essential. It v u nartlv.
i ! therefore, as an object lessor U ur.ug p-n
. these financial aspects i f the geneni! siiua
4 ' lion, that thif culfural work was planned.
j ' h
KIX'I.AJIATIOW OK THE1 GJtOU:"I.
Century yielded about equally well, both be
ing of the dwarf bushy sorts best adapted to
this climate. Barnyard manure was used un
der the double rows, otherwise the ground
was unfertilized save by the muddy irrigating
Rockyford cantaloupes; 1 acre: Seed planted
March 7-0, 1806. Cold backward saason re
sulting in thin stand equal to about three
fourths of an acre. Crop picked July 5 to
Sept. 7. Yield 780 dozen, sold locally at from
aoc 10 loe a dozen.
1 pound seed $ l.OO
lfi irrigations 8.C0
780 dozen cantaloupes at 8.5c i
Net cash returns, not de
ducting labor i:U5.)
SMI.C0 4 $m.m
The labor on this crop wis light, but in this
case time consuming, becauseof inconvenient
arrangements lqr marketing. There were em
ployed on the crop 31 days men's limp; $ days
wiinien and boys; and 15 days team, not other
The crop was fertilized with bamyaid man
ure in about three-fourths of the hills, and, as
st ated above, thestand was poor. The results
of this acre are therefore conservative. '
Watermelons and sundry small items of
produce were sold locally to the amount
Heed and irrigating water, about 8 2.00
riea.'ing a cash return of about.. 13.Jo
Alfalfa; 1.70 acres: This was sown May 18
I90v, yielding three cuttings of about, five ton ?
of clean hav the first season. During the sec
ond season, covered by this Timely Hint,
there were seven cuttings with a total of
about 20 tons of hay. The only cash outlay
was 822 41 for irrigating water. The labor re
quired was, man's time, 14 dnvs and team
nine days, which is rather high labor require
ment for this alfalfa on account of the small
size of the field under consideration, and lim
ited use of machinery. This crop at 55 00 to
310.00 a ton, loose, which has been the price
this season, represents a cash return of not
less than SI20.00 for the crop; but this hay was
used to feed the team employed on tho place,
proving to be more than sufficient for that
pur"ose. since a stack of about three tons re
mains it the end or the season. The manure I
from this source, being . rree from Bermuda1
grass seed, was espccia.lv valuable for l'ertil-
izlng a part of the crops grown.
The soil of our tract, a warm, sar.diwjoam
well adapted to gardening ope'ratlrtlifs, was
levelled, duelled suui lioide'reii at 1 chutvact
1 price ot 17$) an acre, considerably Icks than
the aciage f:-.,- the looallty, reckoning the
Turns Out FrstCias5 Work
XST Leave orders atShorey's, Southwestern News Company.
f jj ; labor of men and tenuis al current ratMff-'.-'i n
1 addition, barbed wire and posts for ifyielng
sfs I eol iW lO; lumber fo h?ndgnie cosjgStl.57;
- ( T1I0LIC CHURCH DIRECTORY: SUX-
' wars. Mas at a. n:. Ro -.iry and Beae-dit-tioii
at 7 p. m. Week days. Mass at 7 a. m.
Cbristt.iii tlocirine ts4;ght daily .y th . r.istor
'n Uaziish at 8:30 a mi; In Spanish al 3:30 p. m.
I ."IK AN K BAXTER, Attorney at Law and
1 Notary Public' Will practice in all the
courts of the Territory. Special attention to
M'nisg and Lsmd Laws. P. O. Box 401 First
Blrect, South Side, Yuma, Arizona.
IX. KKTCHEKSfDS. J. A. KETCHERSIDE
TT T" ETCHE RSI D E & KETCHERSIDE, FHY-
and Surgeons. Oflicc in Cotter's
H. WrPPBRMAK. MABYA. WOPPE!tMX
1ST CPPERMAN& WUPPERMAN. ATTOlS
V V neys at law. Notary Public. Court Re-
poniag. Offices in WuppermauBaildin!;, Yuma,
Arizona. Telephone No. 205.
ETER T. ROBERTSON, ATTORNEY AT
Law, Office in Cotter Bldg., Yuma, Ariz.
TTT H. ELLIOTT. CIVIL ENGINEER AMD
V Surveyor; U. S. Deputy Mineriil Sur-
-yor. Yuma, Arizona.
COME TO THE SENTINEL OFFICE
for .Tob Work. Satisfaction-assured.
tmu X! Co3 E5, f4Si l&a St3 ES rv g
a mive weu point any jape, a PHcnaretomi
Tiiiiiiri :m.'l ;r liiirre! 1 4- i. v:niili .'it i i-,.
rjf-A ! two-room house, including tlvt and one half
riavs carpenter hire, $lo2.o: anu ,a brusn-roof
shi'itev for horses, about ?S.0S ,n'y kiiled
labor employed in levelling, bordering s:yd
dJtchint; ihe ground, nd for .jMrt const rm
turn of the house, is inehidatf It: tho abovy
etini:te.-, as f he common labor rer.'r.ired or
diuarily woyiy be, an-i In this cam v.-tis, fm-i
uishea by (lie fnTintr himself.
To bring thin ground under sulfivatlnn anu
make it habitable for a stua!! Jivrmtrr and his
ado River Luflioer C
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
Of Proceeditigs of the Board
''of Supervisors of Yuma'
MbcK kM buiLlilHb Mmm
Builders' Hardware, Lime, Nepiii Plaster, Glass, Etc,. Etc ,
COR. THIRD ST. AND MADISON AVENUE
ALEX DURWARD ,
PRESIDENT AND MANAGER YUMAa ARIZONA
Office of Board of Supervisors,
Yuma County. Yuma, Arizona,
November 23, 1908.
EESOLUTiCJ&S ' -Whereas,
a petition has 'this
day been presented to this board
of super visors of Yuma couitCV,
ArizoniV .territory, requesting the
forma t'ien of. a special road dis
trict, ."w-ibhin said Yuma county,
taimiy, av:i tell above, tXerffui.e' requLrft.iLid,A,?Lnwl s?-rH tc i v v n n rl r i.l i p m iv ."
urftwStna.-14'rttV'ut frt(0.i. -Jn rUfLuo:i, in t . . . ' " w f
ae aveiuge instance mut. ix? included a mnnn nf.nh ir.f.up fifi.of tho Koo.
team," wajcon. plow; Intrrow, hayhig-'ou'p- " ..-h ww-
Sions L:iws, viz., Qhapter GO of
C- H. H DONKERSLEY
i ?mwm . yvrav an tbansi
G. H. RCCKWOOD
Light Livery of all descriptions. Outfits for the Desert J
and Mountain.; Ezpress Wagon service., Trucking
and Hauling in all their branches ' - p
Livery, Phone 48. 4 Transfer, Phone 47
isient s!i:;ve!i, hoi-s antf other small f.oolrf.
j Cnoiv". ANn-M.vjiKKrs.
I Tho crojiis selected fir the veah-.m r.f lilCO
wve i:.aily K-e potatoes. White Ik'inuula
onions. Hoekvf'oril (.minim: m-s; Ihrurf I 'lmm.
pion ana uurpee s liiutru-r t enturyiornaloes,
nnd alfalfa, besides a few bills of watermelons
ami sundry veiretnoles. -.
The produce was marketed in Yuma with
the exception ol toinaioes, which, lor the
.lantest part, were expressed 10 'lucson and
Bi3bee. The following statements for the
Various crops are on the basis of net cash it-
turns to tne small tanner, who with ai. aver-
ae fiimily of live andli team of horses is
supied to do the woik required, as explained
neiow. items nocessn.:iunir cash outlav.
seed. irriKating water, antfcerates arededucted
from gross returns. Nvater costs an avera
of o0 cents for irrigation per acre for the crops
grown, i he yields in curtain Instances
low, due to the unimproved condition of the
soil, which, likcdc?ert soils in KECiiwI, was
low in nitronen ami organic matter. Some
small salty areas also all'ected yields locallv.
white Uermuda onions; .47 acres: Seed
planted Sent. 2-()ct. 8, 100-j. Young onions
transpianied, i'eh. irii. liM: Cron matured
about.lunel. Yield, :l!llfi pounds of-dry on
ions. Highest price received, V'tv a pound:
lowest price received, l-Sc a pound. .Entire
;rop marketed in Yuma.
Seed-.-...- $ '2M
!) Irrigations in seed bed and
Sirrigations in Held, about 1.50
Sacks and sundry, about '2.'.Mi
a'Jlli pounds ofonions at 2.5-
Net cash" returns, not de
ducting labor (U."0
rOLOS Trial QoiUe Fres
'AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES
OR EEOKTEY REFUNDED.
Ne;x,(. Door t
rated) . - b I
LASS WARE . j
o Postofflce 1!
.:; ; ,; 1 . ABSTRACTS
And Certificates of Title' ;
The Only Complete Set of Abstract Books in Yuma . Cunty
Have your rneals at
Meals: 25c and up..
Sundsy Dinner: 35c,
MEAL HOURS .Week da ys :
Breakfast, 5 to 10 a.j-'M-., Dinner, j
II :30 a.m. to 2 p.m., Supper, 5:80 j
to h p-M.ii ' v "
t You'll find your meals just as I
you like them, and.if desired
can have them cooked to order, j
111 kinds of Spanish dishes, if
vou like them. !
All home cooking. Come and
try our fare.
Mrs. D. L. 2sTeahr."
t PROCURED AND DEFENDED. Scndiaodel,
copyngutB, c, ,t fi ALL COUNTRIES. t'
Business dirvci ivtlli )rasiiv.rion huts iima.ir
inoniy and cfll'tt ihe patent. ' ti
Fator.t and InfrinsemBn! Practice Exclusive v.
IS Write or come to us at h'
ZZ2 Kintfc Street, opp. United States Patent OScu,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Ill 1 1111
The anioitnjt of labor exiH-nded upon this
crop was large lor tne area, especially at tho
transplanting time". One'day's team work in
preparing the land ami about ft! days, men's
time, were required to bring it through,' al
though the work was not .heavy and could
have been largely performed by boys. The
yield was low owing to the deert and unfer
tilized character of t he soil, onions renuiriiiK
large amount'; of organic, matter in the soil to
give good results. . - i
Kai.y Hose potatoes; .S4 acres: Seed pota
toes planted Feb. HH!, l!XXf. Heghining to
'tiloom April 13. Crop all harvested Juno i::.
Yield, 201 f pounds. Highest irice,- .May 3!,
0?e. Bulk of crop, 2?4C. AS! marketed In
'.freight oii same.-..' S S.03
Irrigating water forsesbania
msed. as fertilizer 2.08
irrigations for crop . ,H4 .
Iformaline for scab, fnolud-
lug exiiress 1.00
2151 5 pounds of potatoes at
Net cash returns, not de
ducting labor-v 57-15
S70.00 ' $70-00
The amount Of lalror required for the crop
itself was about 15 working days, wi,li team
l's days. Tlie sesbania used as green manur
ing on thevcst half of the potato ground was
given 17 irrigations. Bermuda grass, more
over, nourished beneath the sesbania to such
an extent as subsequently to require 23 days
labor for cleaning up the .45acresso fertilized.
Although the larger part of the crop came
from the sesbania fertilized portion oTtho po
tatoes, this method of enriching the soil
proved very costly, 27 days mans time and .'5
days team-work being required to put the ses
bania under and afterwards get rid of the
Bermuda grass. Nevertheless, the labor en-1
tailed e.uuld easily have been managed by a
careful farmer, a the Bermuda digging was
clone i.i January xvhcii other work was .not !
bite Acts, Ilesoiutious and Me
morials of the Twenty-fourth
Legislative Assembly of the Ter
ritory of Arizona;' which said
chapter and act is entitled "An
Act Providing for the Formation
of Special Koad Districts."
And Whereas, said petition is
signed by more tUan twenty-five
tax payers within such proposed
And Whereas, the., boundaries
of such proposed district are de-.
fined in such' petition as follows:
Beginning at a point '33 feet
east and 33 feet south of the
northeast corner of section 33,
township 8 south, of range 23
west of G. and S. R. B. and M.,
and running east to the 114th
meridian ; thence south to the
international boundary -r thence
westerly along the line of the
international boundary to the
Colorado river; -thence up the
Colorado river to a point where
the continuation of the west line
of section 33, township-16 south,
of range 22 east of S. B. merid
ian intersects the Colorado river;
thence south to the southwest
corner of section 33, township
16 sorith, range 22 east of S. B.
M. , thence ga'st-tcf the northwest
corner of section 21, township 8,
souch, rang23 west, G. and S.
R. B. and M. ; thence running
south to" the southwest corner of
section 2i; thence running east!
to a point 33 feet easb of the
northeast corner of section
thence running . south to
place of beginning.
tious eng xais with
I KSJT Theonly baking powder jf
zona the same being entitled I meridian; thence south to the
"An Act Providing for the For j international boundary liue be
mation of Special Road Dis-j tween the United States and
tricts," with bouudaries as fol-(Mexico; thence westerly along
lows: r j the said international boundary
Beginning at a point 33 feet j line to the Colorado river; thence
east and?33 feet south of the I up. the Colorado river to a point
northeast corner of section 33 in where a continuation of the west
township 8 southof range "23 l;ne of section;33 in township 16
west, of G. & S. Rjfe. &,M., in j south, range 22 east, S. B. "M.
Yuma cpunty,,Arizona- Territory, j-infeerseels thc "Colorado' river;
mm luuiiiug uueuuu eusi, to ttm biiuuL'u huulu lo tne
3r of section 33 in township
uth, range 22 east, S. B. M.;
east to the northwest
114 meridian; thence south to the ! corner
international boundary line be- 10 sou
tween the United States and thence
Mexico; thence westerly along j corner of section 21 in township
the s.aid international boundary j 8 south, range 23 west, G. & S.
line to the Colorado river; thence j R. B. &M.; thence south to the
up the Colorado river to a point ! southwest corner of section 21,
where the continuation of the J in township 8 south, range 23
And Whereas, it appears to
his board that such
should oe granted.
It is Resolved;
1. That- an clection
west line of section 33 in town
ship 16 south, range 22 east, of
the S. B. M. intersects the Colo
rado river; thence south to the
southwest corner of section 33 in
township 16 south, of range 22
east, of the S. B. M.; thence east
to the northwest corner of sec
tion 21 in township 8 south, of
range 23 west, of G. & S. R. B.
& M.; thence south to the south
west corner of section 21 in
township 8 south, of range 23
west, of G. & S. R. B. & M.;
thence east to a point 33 feet east
of the northeast corner of section
28 in township 8 south, range 23
west, of G. & S. R. B: & M.;
thence south to the place of be
ginning. 2. That notice of the time,
ph-ice and purpose of such elec
tion shall be posted, by the
sheriff of the county, in three of
the most public places in said
proposed district and at the front
door of the court house oftbe
said county of Yuma, for at least
ten days before said election and
that such notice be signed by the
chairman of this board 'and at
tested by the Clerk andseal a,nd
be in substantially-the following
form and substance:
NOTICE OF SPECIAL
ROAD DISTRICT ELECTION
Notice is' hereby given by the
petition j board of supervisors of Yuma
(county, Arizona Territory, that
la petition has been presented to
:virl hnn.rrl ran n .i.at.5 n tho fnrmn.
qurnSV within said tion of a special road district in
Wanted: A good .hustler in every
town to aell , our perfect water fil'ters,
retailing from 1.00 to 3.00, 100 per
ft tit profit t-.-i ;irtots: exclusive teVri
tory. -Seuc u FiJiei-ctaj S'eireca,' aIo
passe:! by Oongiesr: forbidding- railroad
operators working :riru than nine hours a
day, has cr. ated ! MM.ir.u s .r about 30,000
more telcfpraph opora'cis than can now bo
secured. KpUm i-i wni.m-s ln cut rail
road wires lino ii.:--'ii.'i i)i p.:ii.ments oJ
Practical Business Colleges.
Tor booklet, "Why Learn Telegraphy?'
call or address Jno. F. Draughon, Pres. at
S3 Pass, Sas Ants.tle, Dallas or Kansas Ciiy.
BUSINGS men ray DRAUGHON'S is THE
fit-PMirrtfvF cfnw i 2E5T. THREE months' Bookkeeping by
Hi epi UUI bLUl $ . DRAUGHON'S copyrighted methods equals
. MX elsHWhere. 777 of tha 11. s nniiP.T rp-
rOOm, Comer Of SeCOnG ! PORTERS wrlto the Shorthand Draughon
teaches. - Write for prices on lessons in Short -fcreeil
nrSfi lyifldioi Avp lhuul, BookKeepiny, renmanslilp, etc., BY
POSITIONS sucured brMONEi' HACK. Entes
aniilnM- no vacation atr.iopio 1'itEiC.
I rT KtM i'sisir ixt -vs. w m 'a u.tr
Inquire at this office.
rviarch i!:-i district be, and the ; said Yuma county, under the
Last of marketalih-crop, Sr.t. tf. Yield, llrf-t-icnn.o - hrui-.-.'.T r-illH tr lialrl : e m n, .
iass, 11-2 poiimthjb'f'coiKi Kin, sa:a!ji.;, 22-iu i "J " " ' '"" , pi u v i&iuiis ui uuapter oo ox tne
i.s-i. sa.'ahi.;. iri-!!) i
nVknne'.iV at Valley Cen- Acts, Resolutions and Memorial
ter, situated in Road District No
Kiund on June 50. Huik ri!wfc-class crof;ol.tI I
!un:;u' .inly m 1 ncsnn and bisbw markets, at
aistrici, m luma countv, Anao-
iw to -Par f. o, t- Yuma.
old ioca'.iy down tj
Second class -rop
seen ; . .
IK 'rrigationK, j'i acrft
Tar-s i'or shipments to
Tu -.son and Uisbee W-50
l-Wil pounds of umiatoe at
Not tash rrtuni',, not de
ducti uk labor .wl-ss
S(i21 (JtJ .
Not ineludlnxSll.fifl. failed to coheut
Until the last of Juno this cron required hut
uiuc uioor. uurinR the shipping season
nowever, four peraonn were em
about half time in pickinir. packin
ing tho crop. The entire labor reoui
for the crop were, men's time,&" days; women
in said proposed special road
na' Territory, on Tuesda the
15th day of December, A. D..
19U8, to determine for or against!
of the Twenty-fourth Legislative
Assembly of the Territory of
Arizona: that said petition is
signed by twenty-five taxpayers
resident within such uronosed
district; that the boundaries ofKScul)
west, G. & S. R. B. .& M. ; thence
east to a point 33 feet east of the
northeast corner of section 28 in
township 8 south, range 23 west,
G. & S. R. B. & M. ; thence south
to the place of beginning.
That said board has called an
election of the resident taxpay
ers wiuhin said proposed district
to determine for or against the'
formatipn of such special road
district; that said election will
be held at Nichols' Hull at Vallev
Center, situated in Road District
No. 2, in said prrposed district,
in said Yuma county, on Tues-
j day, the 15th day of December,
A. D., 1908; that said election
will and shall be conducted as
nearly as may be in the manner
prescribed by law for the con
ducting of school elections; that
the polls will be open. from nine
o'clock a."m. till four o'clock jfs.
m. on said day; and that the, fol
lowing named electors resident
within said proposed district
have been and are elected and
appointed by said beiard of su
pervisors as the judges .and
clerks of and for said election:
W. "W. Woodman, Inspector
W. J. Nichols. Judge. ,
J.. S. Garvin, Judge.
Mul ford Winsor, Clerk.
G. W. Schutz, Clerk. '
In, witness whereof the said'
board of supervisors of Yuma
county, Arizona Territory has
caused these 23rGsents t0 De
signed, by its chairman yand at
tested by its clerk and seal, at its
oliice in the Town of Yuma in
said county and territory, this
1st clay of December, A. D., 1903.
. . ;
H. IT. DONKERSLEY, :
Chairman of said board, of 'su
J. M. POLHAMUS,
S8H.cu! the formation of special road j the said proposed district are as i , Clerk.
' (district, i. e., for or against the .follows: I 3 That the following named
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$m.Go i I'-'i luaiiimi ut a apecuii roau uis-j beginning at a point obVfeetl ; lMlucul' "UIU"J acnu.pn.i-
provisions of east and 33 feet south of the ! Posetl special road district are
hereby selected and appointed
as judges and. clerks of and for
such election: ...
trict under the
ipioycd"on Chapter 66 of the Acts, Resolu- northeast corner of section 33 in
tions and Memorials of the township 8 south of range 23
ior me crop were, men's time, i days; women rni. r.,..-u r 1 Lece-r-,-n.
and hoys, s h.ys: mm t.-ani io days, the . Twenty-fourth Legislative As-jWesfc, of.G. & S. R. B. &M., and
hi'itviet iIoin:ii'! ui.m Inlmr lieintr durinsr 1 1. 1 --r j i ni l . . ...
juiy iKvi-rfchaiiM-uin and uurpw'srQuarter 'scinbly 01 the lcmtoryof An running thence east to tholl-lth
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