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The October terra of district court
was convened at the new county court
house Monday morning, with Judjje
fhn EI. Campbell presiding. The
grand jury was sworn in and was con
stituted ms follows:
John M. Speese, foreman.
George Downey, George T. Crowley
"Win Proebstel, W. .1. Skagg,
C:. D. Baker, G. S. Feterkin,
W. Wioson, Thomas Bouse,
"W. W. Woodman, W. S. Clayton,
P. M. Riley, i:. H. Stanton,
J. U. Kinsler, Kd BaWer,
James Cliapfll, A. Y. Greer,
George Sexsiuith, T. W. Underbill.
Monday afternoon the grand jury
proceeded to hear evidence in criminal
cases coming before it. The Grsfc ac
lion turned in was an indictment
against Joseph 11. Uenry, whom Mrs.
Merman Schoen alleges attempted to
commit rape upon her on a certain
date in August. It seems likely that
Mr. Uenry's attorney, Thomas D. Mol-
loy, will apply for a change of venue in
Wednesday afternoon the grand jury
returned indictments against Tony
Sealy, Leo Fraakenburg, Carl Uishop
nd Miguel Villa, charged with the
murder of S. B. Sealy at Cibola seTeral
Three divorce cases came before the
uourt Monday afternoon, in the follow
ing actions llranm Wallace vs. Thos
M. Wallace? granted. Ifelicita Olea
vs. Reyes OJear grated. Cat-melita
&anepa vs. E. J. Canepa time grauled
tio amend complaint.
The grand jury ignored the charge
of perjury against J. A Healejr the
Parkea editr, ud indicted Francisco
Ybarra ol the same town for murder.
The case itgainst Joe Senry was
culled Wednesday morning,. Attorneys
Morrison and MoHoy representa tfre-
defendant. A deamraer was stts esca
' presently cBargiag that tbe kkBiet-
tneot was-defective-. Demirretr was- sas-
tained aod indictment s?uasbe6. use-
resubmitted to-present grand pwj.
Chamberlain's Cbug& Remedy Ras
become famous for its cures of coughd
colds, croup and' influenza. Try it waxm
Ok. need. It contains no- harmful substance-and
always gives, prompt relief.
Sold by the Yuma. Drug, company..
Bight School for Yuma
Professor A. H. McClure is to-open
a night school-in this city next Mon
day evening. There will be two regu
lar classes organized at the opening,.
one division meeting Monday,. Wednes
day and Eriday evenings, while the
second class will meet Tuesday and.
Thursday evenings. A good, class-has
already been, organized tuidi young.
geople-employedi in day time doe qjiifie
fortunate in. having: this- opportunity to
secure a. betteir education Book-keep
ing, arithmetic, grammw,. corresponaV
ence, and. the usual branches given in.
the commercial colleges will be taught.
It is probable that type-writing will be
The school should, and no doubt will,
Have a liberal support, since ifi will
open the door for a better education
, for many young men and women who
would otherwise be deprived of such,
Deafness Cannot Be. Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portions of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf
ness and that is by constitutional rem
edies. Deafness is caused by an in
flamed condition of the mucuous lin
ing, ol the Estachian Tube. When, this
tube is inflamed you. nave a; Eumblins
sound on imperfect hearing,, and "when,
in. is, entirely closed,, deatness, i& fcha.
uesull,. and unless the iallniatiGit aaau
be taken, oul and this tube nestored tc
its; nocmal condition, Hearing, wall be;
destnayed. forever. Nine cases out of
Hem are caused by catarrh, which is
nothing, but an inflamed condition of
tihe mucuous surfaces.
f We will give one hundred dollars
ftor any case of Deafness caused by ca
tarrh, that cannot be cured by HalL's
Catarrh. Cuce. Send for circulars free.
P. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
Bation. Biehl Was Safe in Gamp-
As opined by old-timers who knew
Him best, the alleged tlisappearance of
Joe Biehl, the veteran Yuma county
prospector.in the desert south of Yuma,
proved to be baseless. The report was
brought in by a couple of Califomians
whom Biehl piloted into the Fortuna
sange. Mel Greenleaf and D. R Ortega,
who went in search of Biehl, found birr
safe and sound at some mining claims
he owns near Cabeza Prieta. Biehl
was highly indignant because of the
, report, as he prides himself on his
knowledge of the desert bvvrnys o
Tiiraa couofcy. He says tbe CaliSnr-
nians themselves got .ff the right trail
and failed tx connect with bin at a
jjoint agreed upon.
Mrs. P. .1. Miller is home from a
summer at Long Beach.
Pliinocletle Modest! has returned
from Los Angeles, where he spent the
A. E. Fenster of Los Arigelos now
occupies a position its prescription
clerk at tho Yuma drug store.
Miss Adeline Soto5 sister of Mrs. K
V. Moreno, is here on a lengthened
visit at tbe Moreno home.
Ed Audrade was in Yuma Sunday,
and says he will locate here before
The merchants of Yuma have ex
tended tbe time of their early closing
agreement and will continue to close at
6:30 until October 31 except on Satur
days, when the hour is 9:30.
.1. F. Schoedler, who conducted the
Slag Cafe last, year, is making prepara
tions to open the place again in a day
.1. R. Kerr made a trip to San Diego
Mrs. F. M. Curtis was a two davs vis
itor from Los Angeles this week.
County Surveyor H. C. Johnson and
family are back from a summer at the
County Rangers DeSpain of Swansea
and Sexsmith of Polaris are attending
Mrs. O. A. Wadin is officiating us
deputy court clerk.
Deputy SheriS" A. C. Livingston is
acting as court bailiff.
Visiting attorneys this session of
court are:. General J. W. Wilson of
Tucson,. Walter Jfennitt of Phoenix,
if'rancis- Hartman of Tucson, Joseph
Morrisoa oS Bisbee Richard Davis
of Los Aagelesv
George-H. Rockwooi is on a week's
?acaiioD at) the coast.
Kfiss jLiazie Frank has- returned from
a vacation of two months at the beach
easandis back at the cashier's dek in
Miss Nora: Hora Horan has returned
to Yuma after a summer spent in Chi
cago, Los Angeles and intervening
Mike Duke left Wednesday night for
Warner's Hot. Springs, San Diego
county, where he will remain for sev
eral months to recover from ill health.
Born, to .Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mer
rill in Yuma valley Wednesday morn
ing. a son.
The Yuma Ice Co.'s soda water is the
best. Only pure, distilled water is
used in its manufacture, therefcre it is
also the most healthfu 1. Drink no,
The board of supervisors have award
ed, to Hen DeCorse the contract for
screening the-doors and windows of the
Cfctuilfcs- Eff. M:eodows and wife are at
home- ateu- ai summer spent at the
Born To Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Hodges, Thursday, September 29, a
Mrs. George Micbelsen has returned
from a several months vacation on the
Mrs. P. J. Miller is home from a
summer's sojourn at the beaches.
Mulford vinsor, candidate for the
presidency of the constitutional con
vention,, is back from a run- into Phoe
nix, where he engaged quarters for the
convention session. He is very confi
dent as to his prospects in the chair
The Yuma Electric- and Water Com-
panu has. installed ttwo- additional d-v-
nainos-oS 30? kilowatts, each tro ifisser-
$p.- J. 1)5. FbrhttrDus-am! isrfa&tcforJdi
retuirned) St&buirt!iiy. oigltt iroua the-
Mrs. Alice Si, PTarftc has retUTmeif
to her Yun?a home after spending tbe
summer in San Francisco-.
The Yuma lee Co.'s -extra dry gktger
ale is on sale wherever drinks are-
sold. Try it.
A Dynamiter ?
A stranger in Yuma giving tbe name
af A. Allen,, while intoxicated, Tuesday
night announced that ne was implicat
ed in the dynamiting of the Los Angel
es Times building last Friday night.
Me was promptly arrested, but in n
sober state yesterday morning denied
his confession. Sheriff Livingston tel
egraphed a description of the fellow to
Gat the Piano
Mrs. Virgil Sims won the piano, val
ued at 8350, given away as a prlve by
the New York Department Si ore
"Wednesday afternoon, by making the
elewst gus s in the ti:np the e?.-ck j
iiepped. The Htse was X 12
The New York Department Store is
conducting a piano sale, h:fVing as a
prize offering a $350 -grand piano, to
go to the holder of a certain numbered
ticket. It is attracting much interest.
Olcsster Gets Contract
Charles Olcester, a Yuma contractor,
has been awarded the contract for the
construction of the county poor farm
buildings, to be located in Yuma val-h-y
several miles from Yuma, on land
recently purchased of A. C. Jordan.
Mr. Olcester's bid was $7,300.
The people of Antelope valley' met
Sunday afternoon at the sohoolhouse
and organized a Sunday school which
is to be known as the Wellton Union
Sunday .school. Mr. Nelson was cho
sen superintendent, Mr. Phelps assist
ant superintendent. Eddie Fraser sec
retary, Miss Difkison ussistant secre
tary, and Mrs. Alberson, treasurer.
Mrs. Phelps was .-hoen as intermedi
ate teacher and Mrs. Novatter has
charge of the primary work. As yet
no teacher has been selected for the
Bible class, but we hope to have one
Mrs. Liedendecker spent a few days
in tbe valley visiting her son Frank.
Mr. Imperial was in Yuma the first
of the week. He says that Uenry is
Mrs. Van de Mark has returned, and
we are glad to veleomc her back to the
Uncle John Proebstel returned last
Saturday. He is looking fine. Califor
nia certainly agreed with him. But,
after all, they will return to Arizona.
Mr. Phelps has been doiug some
work at the power plant.
Jim Chappell returned from the
coast last week. He had a line time
while away and regrets that it was
over so soon,
Mr. Van Do Mark visited Dome last
Some of the valley boys went to
Yuma to serve on the jury. Among
them were Mac Fraser, Jim Chappell
and Win Proebstel.
Mr. 1. Swingle of Los Angeles came
Sunday morning for a short stay with
Mr. I. Proebstel has returned from
his trip to Los Angeles. .While there
he visited Catalina Island and other
Wellton seems ddserted now that
Miss Gael has left.
Mrs. Phelps and Mrs. Alberson visit
ed Mrs. Nelson last week.
C. M. Hind man and brother have
been hauling fence posts and rails.
They will begin to build fence soon.
Jim Chappell and his brother Ed
drove some cattle to Yuma last week.
A few raindrops fell in Wellton last
week, but they were lost in the dust'.
Yuma will be visited the laatof this
week by a party of army engineers
commissioned by President Taft to in
vestigate the conditions and needs of
the various irrigation projects in the
west and report to him their views re
garding the expenditure of the $20,
000,000 voted by the last congress for
the completion of the projects unde
way. The Inspecting engineers have
lately been in Utah, Nevada and Cali
fornia, investigating the projects in
those states. Thev will arrive here
Friday or Saturday. The exact length
of their stay has not been determined
The Commercial Club and citizens of
Yuma in general will co-operate with
Project Engineer Selldw in entertain
ing the visiting party. The plans as
thus far mapped include a reception
and lawn party at the reclamation ser
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lily Title Guaranty
And Certificates of Title
The Only Complete Set oi Abstract Books in Yuma Cunty
Buys Telephone System
The Consolidated Telephone Compa
ny,, through Senator E. S. Ives, has
purchased t he Yuma telephone system,
witb attendant fran"hise and rights of
wyr of H. W Blaisdell. The price
jtiid has- not been- made public, but is
preUBsedr to be $1C000, as Senator Ives
stated; dyi; hi recent TsrJr to Yuma
th& the Consolidated company bad
tt&ad- btr. Blasscell sueh an offer for
She iHro-jieyty Tbis- venders unneces
sary the francbtse applied for by the
CoosoKdatefi ndi wbicb was to have
been Troted npon at a special- election
calleoV for November 5. Sueh election
has been called oS.
Burnt a Haystack
L- C. Stahl's small children on Mon
day afternoon set fire to a haystack in
his backyard and produced a neighbor
hood, excitement and a visit of the lire
company. largely due to the prompt
advent of Mrs. L, W. Alexander with a
chemical extinguisher, the fire was
put out wit h no damae except to the
Improving the Gandolfn
cunce tne uanuoiio note! oar was
shifted a door away Manatrer J. C.
Gandolfo has fitted up a line oHiee and
lobby in the space vacated and install
ed the most up to date appointments
for the convenience of guests. The
rooms in the hotel have been largely
remrmsueu and other improvements
provided. Mr. Gandolfo has also fur
nished a number of rooms in the leased
upper floor of the Mjretti block aero-
Dr. Teutert Returns
The E. F. Sanguinetti Department
Store held its annual fall millinery
opening last Saturday evening. Elab
orate preparations had been made for
the reception of lady visitors attracted
by the display of latest.
Mrs. F. Cowell was the hostess in chief !
Dr. J. F. Teufert, the dentist, re
turned Monday night, after an absence
of two months attl e mining camps in
northern Yuma county ami at Silver
Bell, Pima county. The latier place
he found excessively hot, but he did a
good business there, and in fact put in
a very successful summer. He is now
ready for customers at his Yuma dental
parlors in the Baker building on the
east side of Main street.
and was assisted, by Miss Hopo Neahr
and other. Music and curna'ipns v.vre
incidental features of attractio.
Companies H and L, National Guard
of Arizona, returned Monday morning
from the annual maneuvers at Camp
A t.iicivirlorn ( Nil 'l'Vii mi....o K... ,.....!
head ,r u... uij uiuuu,
. hardened and drilled as military veter
A Good Position
Can be had by ambitious young men
and ladies in the field of "Wireless" or
Hallway telegraphy. Since the &-hour
law became effective, and since' the
Wireless companies are establishing
stations throughout the country, there
is a great shortage of telegraphers.
Positions pay beginners from $70 to 8B0
per month, wftb- ood chance of ad
vancement. The National Telegraph
Institute operates six official institutes
in America, under supervision of R. v.
and Wireless officials and -places all
graduates into, positions. It will pay
you to write them for full 'details at
Memphis, Tenn., or Columbia, S. C.
, Kills a Murderer
A merciless murderer is appendicitis
with many victims. But Dr. King'.;
New Life Pills cure it by prevention.
They greatly stimulate stomach, liver
and bowels, preventing that clogghis
that invites appendicitis, curing c.n
stipation, headache, billiousness, and
chills, 2Ec at ail druggists.
The Yuma fire department has de
cided to enter a, hose team at the com
petitive drill at the territorial fair at
Phoenix and arrangements have been
made to organise a team and raise the
necessary funds. The local boys won
the prize cup in this drill two years
ago, but last year did not- compete. A
dance will be given to start the ball
Mary bad a little skirt
So tight below the knees,
Tha'. she could neither run nor walk,
And she was afraid to sneeze.
is the greatest ed
known to man. It
teaches vs more
than anything else
Travel as much
as yon will,observe
as closely as you
will, but you will
not find any
than you will find
right at Alexan
der's store. The
reason is that the
products of the
world's best mak
ers find their way
to our counters.
The Yuma Mercantile Go,
L. W. ALEXANDER
Department ol the Iaterior,
U, S- lUuid Gftlcsr at Phoenix. Arizona.
' ' ' September 14. 1010.
Notice is hereby Riven UiatGust A. Peterson-.
of Yuma. Arizona; who, eng Oct. th. lP0;x made-
Homestead application No, OfK'JOO, for lots
anu , fccsi fcwi, sccuoa towns-hip s, south,
ninse -21 vrejrt. tJ. and! S. R. 15, Meridian. 1ms
filed notice of intention & maljo final' five-year
proof to establish dalna to- the land above
described, before Gharles JL Uttinp, CPcrk of
Distjiet Court, aJ Yunns. Arizona, on tire 2tth
day of October, EJfc
Claimant names a rtewss:
"William w. Meadow, John Wadiiv, Jerome C.
Patterson and Jacocs VF. Alexander, all of
Fraalc H. Parlier.
Septal 190 Kncister.
House, Sfgn anrf Decorative
Carriages and Furniture a Specialty.
Picture b'rames Made and Repaired.
Graining, Marbling, Gilding Silvering
gXZivL . -
I that is .pfebsP:
AT LAST! AT LAST!
The people of Yuma hav
access to an acknowledg
ed standard, world-wide
advertised Shoe, at the
price that it is sold at
where it is Made.
1RST STREET OPPOSITE JOE HENRY'S.
Williams' Wood Yard.
Hay, Grain and Wood for sale.
Prompt delivery. Prices reasonable.
B'irst avenue, opposite tbe A. O. U. W. j
Hall. Phone 12?.
OUR ICE BOX
and see what a splendid supply
of fresh meat of erery kind
will greet your eyes. We do
not exaggerate in the least
wheh we say thai we have t
lerst as good meats, game and
poultry as can be had any
where in Arizona.
for roasting. They make a fine
Sunday dinner. You'll lose
nothing but gain much by
coming here for your meats.
Our aim is to supply tbe best
meat obtainable at the lowest
possible price, anl judging by
our ever-increasing patronage,
we are succeeding fairly well.
F. end E. Hodges
Yuma Meat Market
Southwestern News Co n I .' i
to advertise in the!
VVANTKIJ Cosmopolitan Magazine
requires tne services of a representa
tive in Yuma to look after subscrip
tion renewals and to e.xtend circula
tion by special methods which have
proved unusually successful. Salary
and commission. Previous experi
ence desirable but not oseutiiil.
"Whole time or span time. Add res?,
(;os'iH)pDiif,itn Masjizine. Iid Broad-i
way, .New York City. 1
Meals 25c and up.
Everything New, Neat and C;ean
Private liooms. Sanguinetti build
in, east side of Main street.
CHAU & YOUNd, Prop'rs.
. J. F. Teufert,
Moved to Baker Bmi
. : .
in all styles and all leath
ers; high cut and low cut;
all sizes and all widths,
and the one price of
k $3.50 per pair
Can be found at
E. R SANQUINETTI!S
MODERN -DEPARTMENT. STORE.
Special Attention to Hail Orders.
Colorado River Lumber Company
DEALERS N ALL KrNDS OF
Builders' Hardware Lfme, Nepfti Piaster, Glass, Etc.Etc .
COR THIRD1 ST. AMD MADISON AVENUE
PRESIDENT AND MANAGER YUMA, ARIZONA
Ni'gkt Pkone. Parlor, 9&.
Nigkt Pkone, REStDENCE, 18
Day Phone, Yuma Hardware Co.. 62
O. C. JOHNSON
Undertaker and. Embaimcr
. OPEN NIGHTS
'it l W$
- Cor. Third and Main STs.
1 Muma &
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i i riTi-i '"yii"i"Tmini wn"'itiii . 3
DeMUND & WKLLAMS ' Proprietors
Cfpge of Program Friday Nagfrt
Saturday night come and bring your
Eirsb Prize $5.00 in trade at any
Store in town.
Second Prize 1.00 in trade or one
week's pass to show. '
Dance after the show Saturday night.
Everything New1 New Music, New Machine, New
Pictures, New Singer.
Office Hours : 9 to 5
Old Age and Money
is a combination that is only too
rarely found. It. would be seen
oftener if we but practiced true
economy that is, the kind that
seeks to secure the highest value
vi tbe lowest cost. In your
buying you can practice the true
economy by patronizing our store,
where full value is given for
every dollar expended.) "
L W- 4&.3fidi" & to.