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FOR EXCHANGE Six: 3-room flats
and two single rooms, and a 5-room
bungalow, on a corner lot 63x150
rents for $170 per month; all fur
nished; located in same block as
Hotel Maryland, Pasadena; price
?20,000. "West Sixth street, Los An
geles, GO-room apartments, furnish
ed, rents for $400 per month, close
in; price $60,000. South Hoover and
52nd St, corner lot, 85x100, two
stores and 2 bungalows, rented for
$45 per month; price $15,000. The
oWners of above property will con
sider improved land in Yuma valley,
Write for full details and give full
description of your property, with
price, and so forth. C. H. Kent, 808
Central Bld'g, Sixth and Main Sts
Los Angeles, Calif. 103-108
SPECIAL A $200 Tonk piano, almost
new, at a bargain. Address, Box
348. Yuma. Arizona. 103-tf
GAS ENGINE FOR SALE $50 spot
cash will buy a Lambert 5 h. p. eng
gine, in good condition. Box 349
FOR SALE Thirty tons of alfalfa
hay, 15 tons of alfalfa straw, and
50 acres of cotton or grain land for
rent; one-half mile east of Somer-
ton. John Fishbaugh, Somerton
FOR SALE Two large horses, wagon
and harness; will sell on time. Call
at Underbill's corral.
WANTED Stenographer wants work;
age, 20; wants position in Yuma
Address, E. Ireland, 235 East Twelfth
St. Long Beach. Cal. 102-107
FOR SALE 18 fresh family cows; 25
steers and bulls from 3 to 10 months
old; 70 shoats, weighing bO to 65
pounds; one 2-horsepower Interna
tional gasoline engine. Sinclair
Ranch. Somerton, Ariz. 98-2-W
WANTED Sealed bids on or before
January 15 for leveling the follow
ing descriebd land:
W of the E S. 6, R. 24 W., T. 10-
S. Address B. J. Conness, Arizona
Hotel, Yuma. 92-tf-p
WANTED Empty quart bottles. C,
O. D. Grocery, 324 Second St. 91-tf
Now, so long as every one is happy,
wouldn't it be a good idea to sing a
little yourself? You already have
your voice and Mitchell, at 355 Main
street, has the song. Any number ol
them. Positively the very latest, new
est and biggest songs, 15 cents each
FOR SALE Horses; Karr & Kester
FOR SALE A 30-acre ranch, one mile
from town. Chas. W. Thomas, ex
FOR RENT Nice rooms 353 Second
FOR SALE One 14x16 tent, with con
tents for light housekeeping (well
built; also 60 acres of land. Will
sell- or rent for cash. Six miles
south of Yuma. Address, for particu
lars, S. E. Beach, Calexico, Calif.
ARIZONA SEED FOR ARIZONA
Send for our 1916 Seed Annual; it
contains valuable information for the
Farmer .Gardener, ' and Poultryman.
You can't afford to be without it. Send
Post card today.
Arizona seed company
137 North Central Avenue
Mary had a little lam,
She fed him lots of sweet;
But the lamb was never satisfied
Until Peoples' chocolates he did eat.
AI YUMA POSTOFFIGE
Following is a list of the letters
remaining uncalled for at the Yuma:
Arizona, postoffice and advertised on
January 21, 1916:
E. A. Anderson, Grant Atwater,
Frank Couch, Miguel Calr Ed. D.
Campbell, A. J. Dean, Delores M de
Devies, Henry Furr, Ellis M. Fay,
Robert Gordon, Chriss Gilmore, Julia
Hernandez, Chas. B. Harris, L. R.
Ingram, Jack Lane, Bruce Morgan,
Ben H. Millard, Mack McCIintock,
Balentin Navarro, D. M. Purkenson,
Holly Posnight, Bartolo Padilla, Luis
de Pablo, Luciano Quinones, Ynes Ra-
mires, Thos. Schalten, Maria Jesus
Serrano, Ramon Sillas, Egbert Swan-
son, Tom Shelton, Mariano Tapia, W.
E. Wood, Wm. Wiley, Oscar Williams.
N. B.: Persons in calling for the
above letters will please say "Ad
A. T. PANCRAZI, P. M.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Max Engasser, deceased
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed, Geo. Michelsen, administrator
with the will annexed of the .estate of
Max Engasser, deceased, to the credi
tors of and all persons having claims
against the said deceased, to exhibit
them, with the necessary vouchers,
within ten months after the first pub
lication of this notice to the said Geo.
Michelsen, at the Yuma National Bank
in Yuma, Yuma County, Arizona, the
same being the place for the trans
action of the business of said estate,
in the said county of Yuma.
Administrator with the will annexed
of the estate of Max Engasser, de
ceased. Bated at- Yuma," Arizona, this 23rd
day of December, 1915.
Yuma Daily Examiner, 4 weeks; first
publication, Dec. 28, 1915.
When and Where They Meet
EAGLES Yuma Aerie, No. 398, Fra
ternal Order of Eagles, meets every
Thursday night at Eagles' hall. All
visiting brothers in good standing
are cordially invited to attend.
HENRY H. WUPPERMAN, W. P.
CHAS. W. THOMAS, Sec.
V 1 V
ard Mercantile Co.
A. 0. BROUSSARD, Mgr.
BARD'S PIONEER STORE
The Best of Merchandise
At Reasonable Prices
N Courteous "Ureatment to Jtll
We Solicit Your Patronage
MASONS Yuma Lodge, No. 17, F.
A. M., stated meetings second Thurs
day at 7:30 P. M.f in each month at
Masonic Hall. Special meetings
P. I. TAYLOR, W. M.
CHAS. M. SMITH, Sec.
JDD FELLOWS Anniversary Lodge,
No. 21,. meets at Eagles Hall every
Friday night. Visiting brethren are
HENRY LA BATT, N. G..
A. E. McBEATH, Sec.
ELKS Benevolent and Protective Or
der of Elks, Yuma Lodge, No. 476
meets every Wednesday at the
Elks' hall at 8p. m. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited.
A. N. KELLY, E. R.
J. C. STTLLSON, Sec.
George Washington was the" first
president of the U. S:; but Peoples was
the ficst.man to make his. own can
dies in Yuma.
We have installed a complete plant
for distilled water. The water is
dotible-distilled, perfectly pure, and
is free from any sediment vegetable
matter or any other substance. A
pure drinking water that is recom
mended for family use and convales
cents. Yuma Ice Company. tf
With a FLAVOR
The Flavor That Clings and Goes With You
lOc a Dish
Brick Ice Cream and Sherbet for Parties and
Served at All Times
Elite Ice Cream Parlor
H. E. PEOPLES,' Proprietor
NEW REDUCED PRICES ON
Goods shipped to all points C. O. D.
Money refunded on goods returned
intact within one week.
Special Prices TUBES
Size on Plain Tread Gray Red
28x3 ?5.80 $1.70 $1.85
30x3 ... 6.15 1.75 1.95
32x3 7.30 1.80 2.05
30x3 8.30 2.10 2.35
31x3 8.75 2.20 2.40
32x3, 9.00 2.25 2.45
34x3 9170 2.40 2.55
36x3 10.80 2.60 2.75
30x4 12.00 2.75 3.00
31x4 12.00 2.85 8.15
32x4 12.75 2.95 3.30
33x4 13.10 3.05 3.45
84x4 13.50 3.15 3.50
35x4 13.75 3.25 3.60
36x4 14.25 3.35 3.70
34x4;' 16.80 3.90 4.35
35x4 17.30 4.00 4.45
36x4 17.98 4.15 4.60
37x4 18.35" 4.2'f 4.70
35x5 19.95 4.70 5.25
36x5 20.75 4.85 5.35
37x5 21.00 5.00 5.55
Prices subject to change without notice
AUTOMOBILE TIRE CO;,
6th & Olive Sts., Los Angeles, Cal.
H. A. Demarest
533 Van Ness Ave., San Francisco
1758 Broadway, Oakland
Second and B. Streets, San Diego, Cal.
Hotel Fresno BPdg., Fresno, Cal.
The Oldest Automobile Tire Jobbing
Concern in the United States and
the Largest in the World.
Some women seem always to wear
a mask, behind which they hide reserve.
Necessity often makes more liars
than men's- faults; " s ' ' '
Contemplation is a mental study, of
one's own mind.
alwajs pure and freshv Fresh batter
milk at Creamery.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND ES
PHONE 67. YUMA, ARIZ.
LAUNDRY WORK AT.
P. Avila, Prop.
TRY THE CHILDREN'S MEDICINE
Many parents are inclined to believe
that medicine used for children is not
suitable for themselves. While it is
true that larger doses are required,
it is unreasonable to suppose that a
disease in an adult should be treated
any differently than the same ailment
in a child. Mrs. Earl Jennings, Lima,
Ohio, writes: "Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is a splendid medicine for
children. I have used it myself for
colds and it has always given me the
desired relief." For sale by all the
WHEN YOU HAVE A COLD
It is when you have a severe cold
that you will appreciate the good
qualities of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. Mrs. B. H. Shackleton, of
Chadwicks, N. Y., says: ''I am much
pleased to say that Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy has been used by my
self and children, and I have found
it beneficial in relieving throat irri
tation, hoarseness and in curing a
cold. I cannot speak too highly in
praise of such a valuable and relia
ble medicine." Sold by all dealers.
OOOOOOOO OO OO O O O'O
Pioneer Livery &
S T O R A GE
Reduced rates" oni hauling
and storage of household
o o 0-0 o 6-o o o or oo'oo oo b
i Yuma Meat Market
I RKT MFATQ .
$ E. & F. HODGES. Phone 123-W
GENERAL CONTRACTOR; BRICK
AND CEMENT CONSTRUCTION?
SIDEWALKS AND RETAINING
WALLS. P.O.BOX 573, YUMA.
O. C. JOHNSON
ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL
2nd Ave, near Sixth St.
REV. CHARLES E. MAIMANN
Regular Services on Sunday:
Sunday School, 10 a. m.
Morning Prayer, 1 1 a. m.
Hol-y Communion celebrated on the
first Sunday of each month, at 11 a. m.
All seats in this church free.
Strangers always welcomed!
NOTHER WOMAN MADE HAPPY
It is women who have most need of
Chamberlain's Tablets. Mrs. Tthel
Mae Baker, Spencerport, N. Y., writes,
Chamberlain's Tablets have done
more for me than I ever dared to
hope for. They not only cured me of
D.iious attacks and sick headache, but
toned up my whole system." For sale
by all dealers.
The body no more proclaims the
mind, than does clothing the body.
How's This? 9
We offer One Hundred Dollars
Reward for any case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by Hall's
' F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known F. J.
Cheney for the lat 15 years, and bejleve
him perfectly honorable in all business
transactions and financially able to carry
out diiy obligations made by his flrni.
N&TIONALi BANK OP COMMERCE,
i Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is talten ltiternHlly,
acting directly upon the blood and mu
cous strjtfaces of the system. Testimonials
sent free. IJri.ce 75 cents per btfttle. l3old
by all Druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pllla for constipation.
B. A. Freeman
REAL ESTATE, FANCY STOCK AND
FARM SALES A SPECIALTY
"1 UMA, Arizona
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IF I FAiL TO CORE any CANCER or TUMOR
I treat before it POISONS desp glands or attaches to bona
Without Knife or Psin
No PAY Until Curedl
No X Ray or other
swindle. An island
plant makes the cure
A T - I nr
i Sore oa the hp, face
or body o montns 13
Cancer but never
piias until last stage"
120-PAGE BOOK sent
FREE, 10.C00 testimonials.-
Write to some
A LUMP IN WOMAN
Is CANCER and if neglected it always poisona
decpglandfriri the armpit and KILLS QUICKLY
Poor cured at half p-ico if cancer is yet annll
DR. & MRS. GHAKLEY & C0.gffigJBg5
"Strictly Rellabb, Greatest Cancer Specialist living"
AE747 & 749 S. Main St, Los Angeles, Cai.
KINDLY MAIL THIS to someone with CANCER
I A VERY ELEGANT
I- LINE ON SALE