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"WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, 1901. WEATHER REPORT. For the week ending Tuesday, March 20, 1C01 Yuma, Aeizo:;a, March 26, 1901. Relative Humidity. Tempera ture. Day cf "VVeolr. o pin 8 13 33 j:8 X!T) 31 Max. 8.2 Min. !G -17 50 Wednesday.. Thursday.... Friday. Saturday Sunday Monday Tuosdev Average. Accumulated deficiency or temperature for the week, 14 degrees. S. HACKETT, Official in Charge. Supervisor I n leihiil is in town this week attending- court. Domestic and imported cigars at Cot t er's drug- store. Electrie belts that produce electrici i y at Cotter's drug store. Supervisor De Witt and wife are happy in the possession of a new baby boy.. Eddie Hedges of Hedges, has been in Yuma for the past two weeks visiting his parents. Col. J. J. Eowen, superintendent of the Mohawk canal, is in attendance up on court this week. Dan Devore has been in Yurna again this week, purchasing supplies for his ranch in the valley west of town. Hon. John Doan is in town again this week from Fortuna. He is doing ser vice as secretary of the grand jury. Joe Alvarado, formerly a compositor on the Skntinel, came in from the King of Arizona last Sunday to rest up and visit with his family. Palomas is represented at this term of court by the following persons: Har ry English, Judge Moffatt, Jim Craven, N. C. Nelson and J H Fuquay. Judge Street and the court stenogra- j pher, W. N. Tiffany, arrived in Yuma Monday morning and have taken rooms at Hotel Gandolfo. The Arizona Bakery has installed a lunch counter, where a square meal or short orders are served. Married, Wednesday, March 27, by Probate Judge Frank Col. Frank James and Amelia P. Van Ness, of Tyson's Wells. Lott D. Norton, brother of George W. Norton, of Mohawk, has been ap pointed chief engineer of San Francis co Harbor Commission. Judge Street has appointed Senator Ives to assist District Attorney Tim mons to handle the prosecutions at the present term of court. Mulford Winsor, who has been serv- j ingtis assistant chief clerk of the house in the late 21st, finished up his work and came home from Phoenix on Mon day morning's train. John Gandolfo, Jr., cn Monday morning opened the new store in the Gandolfo block in the room formerly occupied by John Ghiotto. Mr. Gan dolfo will handle a general stock of merchandise. S. D. Kirkpairick and R. P. Dripgs, of Southern Nebraska, have been in Yuma for some time. They are invest igating the mineral resources of Yuma county. j Albert Behan, under sheriff, has ! gone to Sacramento to bring in Frank j Doyle, the tailor, who is wanted as a witness in the Matt. De Vane murder case. D. A. Lindley, of the firm of Lindley & Co., of Sacramento, was a caller at the Sentinel office today. Mr. Lindley has large property interests in the Gila valley, and is here looking after them. The annual school election will be held on Saturday for the purpose of electing one trustee for the ensuing year, to fill the place cf Donald Mc Intyre, whosj term expires. Frank Hays against whom . an indict ment was found, was on trial today and convicted of burglary in the second degree. Hays robbed a Chinese store cn north Main street last fall. Father J. O'Reilly of Los Angeles, who is conducting a two weeks' mssicn service in the Catholic church of Yuma, made the Sentinel office a pleasant call on Monday in company with Father Duraud. The case of D. A. Lindley vs. the Mohawk Canal eo-j; any, which has been on the calendar for a long time, was today dismissed by Judge Street at the cost of plaintiff. This we be lieve relieves the canal company of all litigation. Hon. M. J. Nugent came in Satui'day morning from Phoenix, where he had been during the closing hours of the 21st legislature. Mr. Nugent is a member of the present grand jury and was on Monday morning appointed as foreman of that body by Judge Sti-eet. In another column will be found the announcement of Geo. II. Miles as a candidate for school trustee of this dis trict. Judge Miles seems to be the only candidate announced. He has been a resident of Yuma for seven years; is a man of family, a tax-payer and is well qualified in every respect to fill the position Imperial, the new town on the Impe rial canal, 35 miles south of Flowing Wells, is soon to have a newspaper the Imperial Press, with H. C. Reed as editor, and manager. The first num ber will be issued April 4th. Mr. Reed will have an unincumbered field of extensive proportions, and his paper , will no doubt prove a paying venture. El Universo is the favorite cigar of Yutr.n. For fale at the Old Plantation. Gone Up in Smoke. The dwelling known as the Post property, situated cn the west side of Madison avenue, between First and Sec ond streets, owned by J. W. Dorring ton and occupied by G. M. Williams, a prison guard, burned to the ground last Friday nightt together with the con tents, which consisted of all the house hold goods belonging to the Williams family and a piano and some valuable furniture owned by Dr. Heffernan. The fire started about 10:15, and was caused by Mrs. Williams overturning a bottle of alcohol, the volatile fluid ig niting instantly from an alcohol stove. The flames quickly spread to the in flammable material in the room, and Mrs. Williams barely had time to es cape from the house with her three children one a baby before every thing in the house was ablaze and the flames were licking up the roof: as it was, one of her hands was burned quite badly before she succeeded in arousing the children and getting out of the burning building. The first alarm of fire generally noticed was the firing of three pistol shots in quick succession bv S. W. Darling, who was one of the first to first to hear the screams of Mrs. Williams and to see the flames issuing from the builamg. A switch engine on Madison avenue continued the alarm by prolonged whistling, which attract ed a crowd of people to the scene. The fire department responded as quickly as could be expected. A section of hose was connected with the switch engine and also connection made with a fire plug at the corner of Second and Madi son avenue. The fire had gained too much headway to save the Post house, so all efforts were directed to saving ing the vacant house on the same lot. The two houses were only seven feet apart, and it seexied absolutely certain that both would go. One stream was turned on the vacant house and the' other on the flames nearest to it. and by hard, hot and intelligent work the flames were prevented from spreading. But it was the stream from the switch engine which did the effective work. The hose attached to the water company's fire plug didn't throw a stream more than five or six feet from the nozzle; it is possible it might have been sufficient to extinguish a lighted candle, but It is not certain. The work of the fire department, considering the means at hand, could not have been better, and the Yuma volunteer fire department is entitled to great credit, but the same cannot be said of the ser vice of the water company. There was but light insurance on the house and none whatever on the con tents, so that on the whole the less was quite heavy. The greatest loser is Dr. Heffernan. The Sentinel would like to inquire if there is no way to force the water company to live up to its contract in the matter "of furnishing adequate water pressure for fire fighting? If there is it should be done right now; if there is not, then the city should make other arrangements, before the balance of the town is wiped out by fire. St'iil Here Counterfeiting. The Secret Service has unearthed another band of counterfeiters and se cured a large quantity of bogus bills, which are so cleverly executed that the average person would never sus pect them of being spurious. Things of great value are always selected by counterfeiters for imitation, notably the celebrated Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, which has many imitators but no equals for indigestion, dyspepsia, constipation, nervousness and general debility. The bitters sets things right in the stomach, and when the stomach is in good order, it makes good blood and plenty of it. In this manner the bitters gets at the seat of strength and vitality, and restores vigor to the weak and debilitated. Beware of counter feits when buvinsr. Terrible Accident. A man named Lacy is at the city hospital very badly injured by an ex plosion caused by a blast, which in some manner set off a whole box of giant cartridges. Both of the man's eyes were blown out, and the front of his body from head to feet is terribly bruised and lacerated, though no bones were broken, and at last reports he was conscious, able to talk some and apparently slowly accident happened ago on a new wagon recovering. The four or five days road being built between Palomas and Quartzite, and in the construction of which Lacy was doing some blasting. Mr. Lacy owns some mining property and a ranch near Palomas, where he has lived for eight or ten years. Strikes a Rich Find. "I was troubled for several years with chronic indigestion and nervous debility," writes F. J. Green, of Lan caster, N. H. No remedy helped me until I began using Electric Bitters, which did me more good than all the medicines I ever u.ed. They have al so kept my wife in excellent health for years. She says Electric Bitters are just splendid foT female troubles; that they are a grand tonic and invigorator for weak, run down women. No other medicine can take its place in our fam ily." Try them. Only 50c. Satisfac tion guaranteed. For sale at Cotter's drug store. With Joe Jefferson Out Fishing. Joe Jefferson, the actor, recently took one of the contributors of the La dies' Home Journal with him on one of his famous fishing trips on the coast of Florida, and the story of the trip, with photographs of the actor at his favorite sport, will shortly be given in the mag azine. The pen that always writes and never blots at Cotter's drug store. District Court Proceedings. District court convened Monday mcming, Judge Street presiding. The grand jury was empanelled and up to date have returned the following indictments. Thos. Hart for murder of Under sheriff Matt DeVane. Thos. Cannon for murder of Hugh Gallagher. M. T. Alexander, W. B. Fane and F. B. Miller for murder of Mrs. Burns, of the Colorado valley. Thos. Ray, Frank Dexter, R. Wake, Pedro Gonzales, M. Gonzales, D. Ayala burglary. Jose Lardrigues- -attempt to murder. A fiorribie Oulbre'ak Of large sores on ray little daughter's head developed into a case of scald head, writes C. D. Isbill, of Morgan- town, Tenn.,' but Bucklen's Arnica Salve completely cured her. It's a guaranteed cure for eczema, tetter, salt rheum, pimples, seres, ulcers and piles. Only 25c. at Cotter's drug store. Grand Jurors. The following are the names of the grand jury members for the spring term of district court, which is now in session: M J Nugent, foreman; John Doan, secretary; J V Taggart, Dan Connor, J H Fuqua, John Shanssey, W C Pruett, A B Webb, J T Snider, A F White,. J Kinney, C E Denmark, S H King, A Modesti, R II Theilman, T N Day, P B Hodges J W Thurman. J W Davis, D Mclntyreand J WDorrington. A Widow's Love Affair Receives a setback if she has offensive breath through constipation, bilious ness or stomach trouble, but Dr. King's New Life Pills always cure those trou bles, clean the system, sweeten the breath, banish headache; best in the world for liver, kidneys and bowels. Only 25c, at Cotter's drug store. Competent Fire Chief. The fire last Tuesday night afforded an opportunity to show that the new fire chief, George Bean, possesses a cool head and excellent judgment. It was the first fire the department has been called upon to fight under George's leadership and direction and he acquit ted himself most creditably. Night Was Her Terror. "I would cough nearly all night long," writes Mrs. Chas. Applegate, of Alexandria, Ind., "and could hardly get any sleep. I had consumption so bad that if I walked a block I would cough frightfully and spit blood, but, when all other medicines failed, three $1 bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery wholly cured me and I gained fifty eight pounds." It's absolutely guar anteed to .cure coughs, colds, la grippe, bronchitis and all throat and lung trou bles. Price 50c and SI. Trial bottles free at Cotter's drug store. Deserving of Praise. Too much praise cannot be given to the railroad boys who rendered such valuable assistance at the fire last Fri day night. Yardmaster J. H. Godfrey, Night Yardmaster McDonald and his crew and Kid O'Lear, engineer of the switch engine, were all at the depot waiting for No. 10 when the first alarm of fire was given, and they were the first to reach the burning building. But for their prompt and efficient as sistance and that of the switch engine the adjoining house would surely have been destroyed in fact there is no tell ing where the fire might have ended. Prof. Connors Has Resigned. Prof. Connors, who has been princi pal of the Yuma public schools for the past year, has resigned the position on account of bad health and Professor McNaughton has been appointed to take his place. Dr. McNaughton is one of the noted teachers on the coast. Four years of his educational experi ence has been Maricopa county, part of this time as superintendent of the Normal school at Terape and the re mainder as superintendent of the Phoe nix public schools. He was also su perintendent of the California State Normal school at San Jose. Yuma is to be congratulated upon acquiring the services of such a noted educator as Prof 2IcNauerhton. $100 Reward, $100. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a con stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting direct ly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation, of the. disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assistiug nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer one hundred dollars for any ease that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. U. S. Postage Rates to Cuba. Postmaster Chandler has been notified that domestic rates of postage, begin ning April 1st. applies to all mail mat ter passing between the United States and Cuba. Germs of disease should be promptly expelled from the blcod. This is a time when the system is especially susceptible to them. Get rid of all impurities in the blood by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, and thus fortify your whole body and prevent illness. DLAHS YOURSELF, NOT YOUR FRIENDS. We frequently meet men bewailing their fate, cursing their luck and damn ing everyone for a lack of friendship and sympathy. I ventnre the assertion that if there is a man without a friend under the canopy of heaven it is his own fault. Without respect you will never have friends, and you will never be respected until ycu learn to respect yourself. Money is needed in your business or for the temporal wants of yourself or : family. You go to A, B, or C, who j will net lend you one penny or trust you for a loaf of bread, or recommend j you to another. You leave his place of business cursing him for a false friend, j Can you censure him, when you spend i your time and money in questionable ! if not disreputable resorts with the most dissolute of your ciuss in idleness and vice? You seek a position in a store or counting house. Your would be friend cannot afford to employ you, knowing your mode of life. The aid of an attorney or the skill of- -a surgeon is needed. Your friend, or even a boon companion, cannot afford to employ you. His attorney must have a head that is free from whisky, and the hand of his surgeon must not trpmble with the palsy caused by debauchl -A mine or corporation needs employes. Neither will knowingly trust its capital and the lives of ethers to the tender mercies and effete skill of even a rum-soaked lordling. . Hence you class all employes as enemies, not friends. You seek an election to seme ollice and some man of your party, or even a friend of the opJ position party votes for you to stay at home. Immediately if not sooner that man voting against you is placed in the category of your enemies. Can you blame him for voting against you when you know and he knows that you are not morally, mentally or physically qualified for the position? You sneer at churches and other religious organi zations, piety and virtue in others and expect them to be your friends; you neglect your family, violate marital re lations and sometimes the criminal code and keep full of whisky as long as ycu can get it, and yet expect business men and good society to be your friends and respect you. It "can't be did." Young man, yes, and old man as well, respect yourself. Keep good company or herd by yourself. Don't loaf around saloons and gaming tables trying to beat some one at his own game. Wash your face, put on a clean shirt and go to work; if you only get your board and lodging you will feel better at the end of the weckthan if you had loafed, and your conscience will be clear, if you have such a thing. Do something. "Assume a virtue if you have it not." pay as you go, and you will soon have all the friends you need, and they will not be the bum element, but men of merit, money and business. And rest assured, if you have no friends you do not deserve to have any. TJie. above is not speculation or guesswork. I have sounded some of the depths and shoals of honor and dishonor and know what I am writing about. J. R. Lee. Advertised Letters. List of letters remaining unclaimed in Yuma pestoflice, week" ending March 20, 1901: A gel, C. W. 2. Almerda, C. Abeyta, Antonio. Bustillo, C. Chavez, Jose B. Cruz, Jesus R. Duarte, Luisa Sra. Gomez, Tomas. Deyman, Gus. Hartley, Ed. Kennedy, J.W. R.-2 Lambert, Harry. Leon Gregorio. Larscn, Henri. Mar tiu, Charles. Mathews, Ernest. Miranda, R. G. de. Mendiua, Josefa. Portiyo, Fcliz. Stoner, Ezra. Saiz, Donciano. Tabela, Bias. Williams, W. L. Varela, G. de. Unclaimed letters week ending March 27: Aleman, Felix Arelalo, Viviano Chabaria, Justo Canela, Maria Srita Colle, Homer J Christian, Hcnry-2 Holguin, Roman Salas, Concepcion Persons calling for above letters will please say "advertised." R. H. Chandler, P. M. Thieves at Work. Dr. Heffernan is in the city and is feeling rather sore over the loss he sustained by the fire last Friday night; not so much because of the mcnejr loss as that he has since discovered that? a great deal of the silverware, brie a brae and other costly articles which were buried under the debris and not reach ed by the fire, have evidently been stolen. Mrs. Heffernan, who has been in Europe during the past year, study ing music, had stored these articles in the back room of the Post house until she should return. Since the fire the doctor has found a cut glass fruit dish, with cotton packing in it not even scorched. This is the only article to be found. To further strengthen the belief of thievery no melted silver or the ware in any shape can be found. Mr. S. D. Yarwood, of the Irrigation, Land and Improvement Conrpany, who has been in Yuma for some weeks, re ceived word a few days ago from his home in Washington that a law suit in volving valuable mining interests in that state had been decided in favor of Mr. Yarwcod and his three brothers, and which increases their bank ac count fully one hundred thousand dol lars. The Yarwoods are to be con gratulated. Hon. Burt Dunlap of Tucson arrived in Yuma this morning. Mr. Dunlap has taken possession of the ranch he recently purchased in the Colorado vallev and will soon have it stocked with thorough-bred cattle and hogs. He proposes to make a first-class breed ing stock farm. Mr. Dunlap is regis tered at Hotel Gandolfo. Drop into The Gem when you want a satisfactory smoke and try FA Univcrgo. 30siie Reasons Why You Should Insist on Having OIL O nequalecl bv any other. Renders hard leather soft. Especially prepared. ICeeps out water. heavy bodied oil. Harness n excellent preservative. Reduces cost of your harness, greyer burns the'leather ; its Efficiency is increased. Secures best service. Stitches kept from breaking. 3 sold in all localities arennfactarort by Stncdartl Oil Cosnpany. Yuma County Records. Proof of publication, Kern Oil Co. Decree of probate court in the estate of Chas. Baker, deceased. Deeds to lots 9, 10. 11, block 1G5, Y. W. and L. Co. to G. E. Kohler. Deed to lo$ 5, block 10, to G. E. Koh ler. Deed to lot 3, block .110, to Geo. E. Kohler. Certificate of county recorder, estate Matt. B. De Yane, deceased. Abstract let 5, block 10, Delores Ortiz. Deed lots 1 and 2, block 133, F. G "Blaisdell to A. S. Patterson. Deed lot 14, block 118, Y. W. and L. Co. to F. G. Blaisdeil. Deed lot 7, block 14. J. W. Dorring ton to George Kohler. Location notice, Pennant and Vision, Harry Edwards and A. V. Wilson. Deed mining claims in Weaver dis trict, G. K. Cussenbury to Arizona Gi ant Copper Co. Mining .location notices, Rose B., J. Erwin, Lucky Day, The Royal: Henry Edwards ct al. Deed wi nwi, Sec. 2, Tp. 8, south range 17 west. Deed mining claims, Harry Edwards to J. J. Eowen. Mining location notices, Black Eagle Crittenden, Copper, Bogarth, Big G. C, Red River, Kanawha Nos.. 1 and 3 Big 4 T. J. Arnold, Joe Rudy, Wm Beckman, and W. F. Stoff. Assessment notice, Hermosa & Maud L. E. D. Moor et al. Deed lot 15, block 118, to F. G. Blais deil. Mining location notice, Stwart A G. Tibbetts. Notice of assessment work, Fred Martin and Frank Shaw. Deed lot 1, block 96, to Delores Ortez. Deed to one-half interest block 57 C. L. Brown to Anna Sexsmith. Deed, lots 8 and 9, block 133, Village of Yuma to J. L. Rcdondo. Deed ei vri. Sec. 28, Tp. 8, south range 23 west. Deed lots 9, block 133, from J. L. Redondo to Reyes' Redondo. Affidavit of assessment work, Little Queen King of Arizona Co. Mining location notice, D. B. A. M. Rawson. Oificial bond cf I. L. Molina, notary public. Deed lot" 7, block 133, Village of Yuma to W. H. Elliott. Deed lot 7, block. 133, to J. W. Dor- rington. Deed Christina Queen, to C. E. Den mark. ' Deed lot G and part of 4, block 14, J. W. Barlow to Geo. Kohler. Desert-land entiy, ne Sec. 2G, Tp. 8, south range Fannie Reese. Articles of incorporation of La Paz Gold Dredging Co. Articles cf incorporation, Bullion Bar. Deed, lots 1 and 2, block 148, and lot 12, block 147, to J. W. Dorrington. Location notice, Home and Maggie E. C E Eichelberger. Location Notice, Apache Chief, Nos. one, two, three and four J. A. Rivers and Milton McKee. Deed to one-third interest in Copper opolis and Goodenough mines C. E. Eichelberger to J. A. Rivers and Milton-McKee. Appointment of J. L. Redondo as deputy county assessor. Appointment of Peter Burke as dep uty sheriff. Location Notice, Last Chance R. W. Bullard. Deed, lots Village of Yuma to Pio Quinto Armcnto. INDIAN SCHOOL NOTES. Fort Yuma, March 27, 1901. The last rise of the Colorado river was unquestionably the muddiest on record. The current having changed to the east bank, leaves an eddy at the west bank near the school pump; con sequently the sudden falling of the river leaves a heavy deposit of mud where the pump gets its supply of water. Captain Vaughan has an extra force of men at work, yet fears are en tertained that a water famine is immi nent. A Sheet and Pillow Case social given by the school employes to the Christian Endeavor society and their friends will be held in the dining hall at the Fort Yuma Indian School Friday evening, March 29. All those wishing to attend should come prepared to join in the grand march at 8:15; following which will be an unique contest in which all are expected to participate. Aidah. The irrepressible Nicklin was in Yuma the first of the week. We learn that he secured an order from a Yuma printer for a complete job printing outfit. Nicklin never fails to make himself affable and agreeable, and is generallyVopular with Arizona, print shops and printers. My New Spring Stock of White Goods, Ginghams, Embroideries, Shirtwaists, x Laces, Etc. Have arrived. They are elegant. Ladies should call and see them JOHN L CG3GGeGGDS2S3GG3SGGSSC0S8S3CCSGSCG32S CS3SS OS SOG207 4 DEALER IN a General : : Merchandise, & DRY GOODS Gila City, The Pioneer Mercantile House of Yuma, Wholesale and Retail dealer in til mm im mi lay, Grain and Imhzr, Ms, Shoes, Etc. -osacCor. First and Main Sto., "Yuma, Arizona. siuuiuauituuitiuutuiuiuuiiuiiuuuj rir-n CK -3 O Imperial Land and Canal Go's camp, south of Flowing Weiis, in San Diego Co., California Leave Flowing Wells Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, Returning Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays. Good tod-c. Private conveyances furniskgd when desired, also good hotel accommodations, at Flowing- "Wells, by applying- to GEO. McCilUIBlT, iProp'r. 'L 4 RB5I31f TO WKii.H. We T.-ouId be pleased to aend you Samplec of Goods from which to Select Suits at from GUARANTEE TO F2T YOU PFSFECTLY. Send ns your Chest measure, Waist Inside Seam measure cf Pants. Gor. FIRST ASD SPRING SIS., Los 9 COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OI 4 c resh Fruit, The best in p the market. 7 y Confectionery and Candy Fresh f 0 from ine i-aciory. y it .l Complete Assortment!. 6 'M of Havana, Mexican andtS f juomesDc ugars. : : v A FULL LINE GF STATIONERY 4 Gandolfo Block, Yuma, Ariz. i) 5DOO3SSDO-O9f G. S. PETERKIN & CO., BLACKSSVHTH AND-E WAGON-MAKER. fiorss Siiocing a Specialty. -& Shop cor. Second St. and Maiden Lane YUIVJA, ARIZ, ifiiSSlOla DlUotl yiullililig uU d t4 3 (9 O o ? & 0 W CI Ct a a o o Baker Bftfo. Yuma. Ml & Arizona. GROCERIES VUJE fjrvi cnthe S,P. R. 11. to the ii nan. measure, and Qoods uflf sE From 6 i Flowing Weiis, G Wt gab I Angelas, Gal. S. REDONDO DEALER m Weed Cut to Order and Delivered to any part of town May and Grain Bought and Sold. Yuma, Arizona; Desert Land, Pinal Proof 2so tice for Publication. United States Land Office, Tucson, Arizona, March 4, 1S01. Notice is hereby given that JtelriUeGrconluaf, of Yuma, Yuma county, Arizona, has filed no tice of intention to make proof on his desert land claim No. 2877 for the SfcScS 15, T 10, S It 21 W., G & S K B & M., before the Register and Receiver at Tucson. Arizona, on Thursday, thu eleventh day of April, 1031. He names the following w itnesses to prove ih(i complete irrigation and reclamation of snftJL land: Gus Livingston. Waltor Webster. Albert P. Baton, auti Charles liood. all of Yuma, Asissnn. " KIE.TON K. ilOORK, Ktffciisi. FIr FiiMh-aHf n M.ir.Ti IS!.