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Independent in all things.
VOL. XXXI.
YUMA. ARIZONA, TODNEDAY, APRIL 16, 1902,
INTO. 23
ARIZOiNA SEiNTINEL.
PUBLISHED EVKRY WEDNESDAY
jL"D3kIA, : : : : AJiIZOISA
J. W. DORRINGTON. Proprietor.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES:
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Made known on application. Address:
Aiuzona Sentinel.
Yuma. Ariz.
ojnrxcLvii directory:
TUBIUTORIAI. OFFICERS
Governor N. O. Murphy
Secretary Isaac T. Stoddard
Auditor W. F. Nit-hols
Treasurer . T. W. Pem'oerton
Attorney General C. P. Ainsworth
Surveyor General Price
Sup't "of1 Public Instruction R. L. Lonj;
Delegate to Congress Marcus A. Smith
Sup't Territorial Prison Herbert Brown
TUCSON LAND OFF1CB
Register Milton R. Moore
Receiver '. John II. Bauman
COUSTE OFFICERS
District Judge Webster Street
Cleric of. District. Court.. , John Doan
5iinorvinr i T- W.-Tnd?rhill. Chairman,
supervisors . c v nml t. n tp Wirr.
Cierk of Board of Supervisors O. P. Cronin
Probata Judge anff Sup't of Schools.. .A. Frank
Sheriff. Gus Livliicrston
Under Sheriff Albert Behan
District Attorney W. F. Thnmons
Treasurer D. E. DeVane
Surveyor W. E. Marvin
County Physician Dr. Moller
County Recorder C. P. Cronin
PRECINCT OFFICERS
Justices of the Peace
( G. H. Miles
Constables
( Will Despain
i Jake Meadow s
1 1. Polhamus.
Trustees Yuma School Dis't- J. II. Godfrey.
I J.W.Dorrington
crrr officers
Mayor J. H. Shanssey
i J.H.Godfrey, JohnDcvine
Coun-Hmen - Kobert Tapia. John Dunne
City Attorney H. C. Davis
City Recorder J. E. Redondo
Treasurer A. Modesti
Assessor Geo. II. Miles
Marslial Harry McPhaul
POSTOFFICE HOURS:
Mail open on Sundays from 8 to 9 a. m.
Week days. 8 a. m. to G p. m.
No Money Order business on Sundays.
Mail (East and West) closes every day at 7 p. m.
R. H. Chandler, P. M.
-TUMA J,ODGE J?Q. T A. O. U. W. MEETS
JL every Thursday eveninp at 8 o'clock. Visit
in? brethren in'go'od standing ere invited to
attend. Yours fn C H. and P.
F. L. Ewing, M. W.
F. G. Blaisdelu R-
AELIANCIA HISPANO.-AMERICANO NO.
10. meets every Sundav at Elks' hall, C p.
m. Manuel Monroe, Pres. J. I. Redondo,
Secretary.
lROKKSSlOXVI, CARDS:
PETER T. ROBERTSON. ATTORNEY AT
Law, Office in Cotter Bldg., Yuma, Ariz.
Ha DAVIS. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. OF-
flee on Madison avenue, near court house,
Yuma. Arizona.
J" N. MOLLER. M. D.. PHYSICIAN AND
J Surgeon. Office Levy cottage. Main SL,
Yuma, Arizona.
Y$T H. ELLIOTT. CIVIL ENGINEER AND
V Surveyor: U. S. Deputy Mineral Sur
eyor. Yuma, Arizona.
a
A. DUKEWOTARY PUBLIC. YUMA.
Arizona.
G. S. PETERKIN k CO.,
BLACKSMITH
WAGON-MAKER.
Korse Shoeing a Specialty.
o
Shop cor. Second St. and JUaiden Lane
YUMA, ARIZ.
9 Eat Your Meafs at the
I Cafifornia Restaurant
f Tom DucR S Co., Ppoonetops. ?
os-
9 Good Cooks, Attentive. Obliging
Waiters, First Class Fare. j
Fresli oysters served in any style
A Fish and Game in season. q
I -!0& V
7 Meals 25, 35 and 50 cents. Board v
$ by the iveek, $5, $G and $7.
Cor. Main and Second Streets. 9
7
0 Tbe Gem
f3
C. V. Meoden,
.Main Street.
Chjoice Wines, Liquors
and Cigars
Everything First Class in every respectQ
And at Popular Prices, r c f f r
fg Phcenix Restaurant
JThe Phrpnix Restaurant has-
3a hion moved to the uow Gan-5JiS
ri - .11
dolfo iJiocK, wnere you eang.
m
Meals you ever ate
lOystcrs, Fish end Game
Can be bad in season.
JOE GUNN.g
TEL SOUTHE
Convenient to Stores, Churches and places of Amusement.
Renovated, New Car
pets and Furniture.
Hotel, Dining Room
and Bar under same
management.
-.5
.-.ma a -Oj
ROOMS 50 CENTS PER DAY AND UP.
TAKE ANY LOS ANGELES TRANSFER COMPANY'S BUS
TO THE HOUSE FREE
C. HUNSAKER, Prop'r and Mgr.
168 N. MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES, CAL.
Wrought Iron
Pipe and Fitting's,
Nails,
Rabbit Proof Wire
Smooth Wl rc-
Paints, Oils, Var-Uw
nishes,
Sssli Doors,
Blinds,
Window Cords
and
Weights.
Cement, Lime,
Mair, Plaster, Etc
AGENTS FOR t
Cofd Storage for Our Meats
Keeps Them Fresh S Tender
6
P. B. HODGES, Proprietor.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in all kinds of Fresh and Cured Meats,
Butter, Eggs and Cheese. Most perfectly equipped
Meat Market .in Arizona.
Gandolfo Block, r YUMA, ARIZONA.
NORTON'S TELEPHONE LINES :
To Mohawk Summit (on S. P. R. R.):and to Kofa (King of Arizona)
flOHAWK,
STAGE LINES:
Daily to Mohawk Summit (on S. P. R, R.)
Tuesdays,-Thursdays and Saturdays to Kofa (King of Arizona.
GEO. W. NORTON, Proprietor
Cofd Air Storage
David Bafsz, Proprietor.
WHOLESAI.E AND KUTAIL
BEEF, HUTTON, PORK,
VEAL AND SAUSAGE, t
.5. AlfaIfaFed Cattle from the Salt
River Valley received by
4 Rail Here.
I Yuma, Arizona. I
MUSEUM OF SlifiTs
HI
10S1 MAuKUT ST., SAN FHAHCISCO, CAL
( ISrtnccn Sixth aud Svvcuih J
T:ieln.rgp!tAi5a:om;cal iloscunj
In the U'ur.il.
(Jrrnlrst att'tictlon fn City. A
WoalincM-, or hi:y enn trnct-
tlie oldest Specialist nil the I'ucilic
L-oasit. j.suiuusiioa so years.
DR. JORDAN PRIVATE DISEASES
Vimnic nii.ii nurl ntMIa
" need men who ure siiuerliiK
irotn llio t-uocts or youtnlul indis
cretions or excesses In maturer
yeora. Ixe'iiiisuiirlpliyBlcai lbKlty,Ii- !
ioloiic.r. iOi.t ?aunliuod tu all Hscomnll-
caiions; npermuiorniren, I'rosinloi'
rlKcn. (aonoi'rliocu. Olcet. Fronnem-j-
f Vrdwitincr, etc. liy a combination of ,
remertlas, of grit cumtlve po r, the Doctor '
i lia.isourrHiiCP(l ills trcutmeiit tlnit it will not
only uiTord immediate relief, but permntient
cure, lne Doctor does imt claim toperfurm
miracles, but Is well known to be a f.Ir and
square Physician nnd Surgeon, pre-emluem
1 l.i his specialty DIfiic. of Jlen.
.SYi'SiIIjIW thnronglily eo'diciited from
I the system witnowt the tiseot jici-cui'.t.
Ti'ii.e iitteu lr an Kxpert. Itnclicnl
cnri" fur ItiisIiirc. A ouicW and radical
circfnr P!!m. Figure itid F!lalis, by '
ur. jora.in s special piniess meinous. .
EVEKY M.V annlviiisr to us will receive '
, our honrst upluirmul liisconiplnln'.
M'e will Uunrtmttc a I'OSITIVE CVItHin 1
A every cate ire vnrte.rtttkc
6 r.iiii.tatli FUK1J nnd Rtrictly private.
CHARGES VERY SEASONABLE,
n Treatment personnlly or by letter.
V WMtn f.,r RnriV- 1II ri.OVOIE37 OI
Q 3I.tItUEAOH. JfAILKP FilEE. (A valuable,
booii for men.; Cull or write
$ DS. JORDAN & CD.. 1051 Market St.. S. F.
Notice for Publication
Homestead Entry No. 2610. .
Department of the Interior,
Land Ofllee at Tucson, Arizona,
April 1, 1PC2.
Xotice is hereby given that the followinc
named settler has liletl notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will lc mado before
the Clerk of the District Court at Yuma, Arizo
nn. on Saturday. May 17. 190"-, viz:
John V. Tartfjart. of Yum::. Arizona, for
the S. E. M Sec. 18, T. !) S., It. W., G. & S.
Ji. B. & M.
He 'names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, viz;
John C. DelVitt and Thomas L. DeSpain of
Yuma. Arizona, and John I. Toler and Edward
L. Crane of Somcrton, Arizona.
Milton 11. Mooru. Kegister
First puWiciilk'is April i, VJdi.
par m
O U
P
F. L. Ewino,
Manager.
Wbolesale rnd Retail
Laniiier and Building Hardware.
,ro J.015,"?11"
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- G- S- O-
ARIZONA.
Cm, liriutilut colored plates, tolrxt
f.ts!i:on. (licsMii.ikinj; rronnmirs .l.iniy
uiirk , IiiiiiscIiiiI'1 Lint . Iiclion, rtc Sub
iti!)C to ilv, or, srud 1,1 lor latct 'opy
l.aily agents wauled Send lor trims
Stylish, Reliable, Simple, Up to
date, Ki-.iuioiiik.il and Abnlutely
l'crfcct-Kitliii" Paper Patterns.
AH Seams Allowed and Perforations show
the Bastina and Sewing Lines.
Only io and 15 crnts each none higher
Ask for tlirin !d in nearly every city
and town, or by mail Irom
THE McC ALL CO..
II3-JI3-II7 West 31st St., NEW YORK.
Articles of Incorporation
OP THE
SOUTH AMERICAN INVESTMENT COM
PANY. Know All Men By These Presents: That we,
the undersigned, citizens of the United States
of America, for the purpose of forming a cor
poration under the laws of the Territory of Ari
zona, do hereby adopt the following Articles of
Incorporation:
ARTICLE I.
The names of the incorporators are as fol
lows: Bunion Gaylord, Joseph H. Parker,
Mary Frances Parker, John Nefroney, James
K. Hardin, Carl L. Hanson and Edward J.
Clark.
ARTICLE II.
The name of this corporation shall be,
South American Investment Company.
ARTICLE IH.
The principal place of transacting business of
stiid corporation shall be Yuma, Yuma county,
territory of Arizona, with branch oftlccs at Los
Angeles, California, and in the Republic of Col'
ombia,
ARTICLE IV.
The capital stock of said corporation shall bo
five million dollars, div'ded into tlve million
shares of the par value of one dollar each.
ARTICLE V.
The general nature of the business proposed
to be transacted by said corporation is that of
transportation, manufacturing, commerce, trad
ing, mining, and agriculture, to purchase, char
ter, or otherwise acquire, and to sell, or other
wise tMspose of, vessels of every kind and char
acter, propelled by any kind of power, and to
operate the same for freight or passenger traffic
on high seas, coast or inland waters; to build,
purchase, or otherwise acquire, and to sell,
lease, or otherwise dispose of, warehouses,
lighters, wharves, quays, and docks, together
with the approaches, sites, and franchises-for
the same: to establish, operate and maintain
any and all kinds of factories for the manufact
ure of raw materials into commercial articles,
and market the same;, to establish, operate, and
maintain wholesale and retail general commis
sion hous. stores, and shops for sale of general
merchandise: to acquire by purchase, lease, or
otherwise, to hold, own, improve, develop, poss
ess, and enjoy,- and to sell, lease, or otherwise
dispose of. any and all kinds, of every nature
and character of. timber, mining, and agricult
ural interests, claims, and estates, and market
the products thereof; to establish, operate, and
maintain, saw-mills, quartz stamp mills, con
centrating and cyanide plants, dredgers, hy
draulic nnd sluicing works, well-drilling machin
ery and iipi'aiatus. storage tanks refineries fyr
f A FREE PATTERN 1
(your own soteclion) lo every sub- 9
senber Only 50 cents a year. I
8 A LADIES' MAOAZINf. I
metal and minerals and oils, smelters, assaying
plants, hotels, lodging and boarding houses,
restaurants, and cafes, lapidaries, laboratories,
flour mills, arastras, and reduction works: to
acquire by purchase, or otherwise, and to sell,
lease, or otherwise dispose of, to open, develop,
improve, and mine quarries of building and
other valuable stones, and deposits of precious
stones, gold, silver, copper, lead, zinc, platinum,
coal, diamonds and emeralds, and any and all
other precious and valuable minerals, metals,
and gems and stones; to plat, plot, and sub
divide lands into colony and to.vnsites, nnd sell,
lease, and otherwise dispose of the same: to
purchase or otherwise acquire, and to dispose of
patents and patent rights of any and all kinds:
to establish, operate, and maintain shipyards,
and to acquire by purchase, lease, or otherwise
and to dispose of franchises for the same: to
construct, build, and launch vessels, ships, and
boats of all and any style or character; to ac
quire by purchase, lease, or otherwise, and to
sell, lea's, or otherwise dispose of. and to im
prove and develop plantations of rubber, gutta
percha, plantain, and other valuable and profit
able tropical trees, fruits, nnd products thereof;
to engage in the production and marketing of
all and any kinds of tropical and other hard and
dye woods' and plants; to acquire by purchase,
lease, or otherwise, petroleum-bearing lands,
develop and market the products and bi-products
thereof: to construct, build, operate, and main
tain canals, ditches, flumes, pipe-lines, tele
graph and telephone lines, wireless telegraph
plants and apparatus, railroads, tramways, and
street-car lines, and reservoirs, and water works,
gas, and electric lighting plants, and to acquire
by concession, purchase, or otherwise, fran
chises for the vame, and to sell, lease or other
wise dispose of the same: to do a general bank
inirbusincss, establishing, operating, and main
taining general banks of deposit and exchange,
nnd banks of saving, and obtain concessions
and franchises therefor; to improve and devel
op water ways, harbors, rivers, creeks: to ac
quire bv purchase, lease, or otherwise, mines
and mining claims and prospects, ledges, lodes
and placer ground, mineral-bearing veins, and
open, exploit, mine, and develop the same: to
transact all such business in the Territory of
Arizona, and in all the other territories, colo
nies, districts, and states of the United States
of America, especially the Republic of Colombia,
South America, and in other and foreign coun
tries. ARTICLE VI.
The highest amount of Nndcbtedness and lia
bility, direct or contingent, to which said cor
poration may at any time be subject, shall not
exceed the sum of three million three hundred
and thirty-three thousand three hundred and
thirty-three and one-third dollars.
ARTICLE VII.
The term for which said corporation is to
exist is twenty-five year.s from and after the
date of its incorporation.
ARTICLE VIII.
Private property of stockholders shall be ex
empt from liability for debts of said corpora
tion, and the subscribed capital stock thereof
shall be forever non-assessable.
ARTICLE IX.
The number of directors of said corporation
shall be seven, and the names and residences of
the directors, who are appointed for the first
years, and to serve until the election and quali
fication of such officers, are as follows, to wit:
Burdon Gaylord, Boston, Mass.
Joseph H, Parker, Los Angeles, Cal.
Mary Frances Parker, Los Angeles, Cal.
John Nef roney. Los Angeles, Cal.
James R. Hardin. Los Angeles. Cal.
Carl L. Hanson. Los Angeles. Cal.
Edward J. Clark. Los Angeles, Cal.
Witness the hands and seals cf the incorpor
ators, this Cth day of February, A. D. 1902. and
the independence of the United States of Amer
ica CXXVI.
BURDON OAYLORD. Seal-1
Bv J. n. Parker. Attorney in fact.
JOSEPH H. PARKER, Seal.l
MARY FRANCES PARKER, Seal.
Bv J. H. Parker. Attorney in fact.
JOHN NEFRONEY. Seal.l
JAMES R, HARDIN, Seal.l .
CARL L. HANSON. Seal.l
EDWA RD J. CLARK. SeaL
STATE OF CALIFORNIA. ) ,
. CocNTrorLo5AxoKr.es. r
On this Gth dav of February, in the .year one
thousand nine hundred x nnd two, before me.
Thomas A. Wells, a Notary Public in and for
said County of Los Angeles," State of California,
residing therein, duly commissioned and sworn,
personally appeared Joseph H. Parker, John
Nefroney James R. Hardin. Carl L. Hanson and
Edward J. Clark, personally known to me. to be
the persons whose names are. subscribed to the
within . instrument, and acknowledged to me
that they executed the same.
In Witness Whereof. I have hereunto set my
hand and affixed my official seal the day and year
in this certificate first above written.
Thomas A. Wells.
Seal. Notary Public in and for Los
Angeles County, State of Cali
fornia. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, I
County o f Los Anc eles. f
On this 6th dav of February in the year one
thousand nine hundred and two, A. D.. before
me, Thomas A. Wells, a Notary Public in and
for said County of Los Angeles, State of Cali
fornia, residing therein, duly commissioned and
sworn, personally appeared J. H. Parker, per
sonally known to me to be the person described
in and' whose name is subscribed to the. within
instrument as the attorney in fact of Mary
Frances Parker, and acknowledged to me that
ho subscribed the name of Mary Frances Park
er thereto as principal and his own name as at
torney in fact.
In Witness Whereof. I have hereunto set my
hand and affixed my official seal in said County,
the day and year in this certificate first above
written.
Thomas A. Wells,
Seal. Notary Public in and for Los An
geles County. State of California.
STATE OF CALIFOBNIA, )
County of Los Angeles. f&a
On this 6th day of February in the year one
thousand nine hundred and two, A. D., before
mc. Thoin Ju Wells, a Notary Public in and
for said County or Luri Angeles, State of Cali
fornia, residing therein, duly commissioned and
sworn, personally appeared J. H. Parker, per
sonally known to mo to be the person described
in and whose name is subscribed to the -."'thin
instrument, as the attorney in fact of Burdon
Gaylord and acknowledged to me that he sub
scribed the name of Burdon Gaylord thereto as
principal and his own name as attorney in fact.
In Witness Whereof. I have hereunto set my
hand and affixed my official seal in said County,
th day and year in this certificate first above
written.
Thomas A. Wells,
Seal. Notary Public in and for Los An
geles County. State of California.
Recorded at request of J. W. Dorrlngton, at
10.35 A. M., February 12, 1903.
C. P. Cronin,
County Recorder.
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA, I
County of Yuma. f
I, C. P. Cronin, County Recorder in and for
the County of Yuma. Territory of Arizona, do
hereby certify that the foregoing is a true, full
and correct copy of the Articles of Incorpora
tion of the South American Investment Com
pany, us liieu lor recora tnis any, ana wnicn
appears of record in Book 3 of Bonds and
Agreements, page , et scq., records of Yuma
County, aforesaid.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my
hand and affixed my seal of office, this 12th day
of February, A. D., IOT2,
C. P. CitONrx.
Seal. County Recorder, Yuina County,
Arizona.
First publication February 19, 1002,
Appiioaiion for a Patent,
Minf.kal Application No. 511.
U. S. LAND OFFICE,
Pkkscott, Akizona, January 10, 1002.
Notice is hereby given that Ploinosn Gold
Copper Mining und Milling Co., by 11. II. Bur
mister, attorney in faet, whose post-office ad
dress is Prcscott lias this day filed his appli
cation for a patent for -1712 linear feet of the'
Beehive No. 1, Beehive No. 2, Beehive No. .1
nnd Beehive No. -1 mine or vein, bearing Gold,
Sliver and Copper, with surface ground 000
feet In width, situnted in Plomosu Mining
District, County of Yuma, and Territory of
Arizona, and designated by the field-notes
and official plat on file in this office as Survey
Number lofll approximately, in Township 5
North, of Range 18 West, G. & S. R. Base Me
ridian, said Survey No. lnfll, being as follows:
BEEHIVE No. 1 LODE.
Beginning at Cor. No. 1, which is
also Cor. No. 2 Beehive No. 2 of this
Survey. A porphyry stone o x 10 x 21 inches
set one foot in ground, alongside a monuments
of stone, 3x3 feet. Stone marked B. No. 1-1-1501;
also B. No. 2-2-1591. A on a porphyrj
rock in place marked B. R.B. No. I.-1-1591
brs. S. 1 .V E., 29.5 feet. A -f on a porphyry
rock in place marked B. I!. B. No, 2 2 lo'.'l brs
An Interesting Letter.-
A teacher in a Texas public
school received the following
letter the other day: "Sir: will
you in the futur giv my son easi
er somes to do at nite? This is
what he's brought hoam to or
three nites back: "If fore galins
of bere will fijl thirty 2 pint bot
tles, how many pints and half
bottles will nine galins fill?"
Well, we tried and could make
nothin of it at all, and .my boy
cried and laughed and sed he
didn't dare to go back in the
morning without doin it. So 1
had to go an buy a nine-gall in
keg of bere, wich I cud ill aford
to do, an then went an borred a
lot of wine an brandy bottles.
We tilt them an my boy put the
number down fer an anser, I
don't know wether it's right or
not as we spilt sum Ly doin it.
P. S. Pleas let the next somes
be in water, as I am not able to
buy any more bere."
A ValuableMedicine for Coughs and Colds in
Children.
"1 have not the slightest hesi
tancy in recommending Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy to all
who are suffering from coughs
or colds," says Chas. M. Cramer,
Esq., a well known watch maker
of Colombo, Ceylon. ."It has
been some two years since the
city dispensary first called my
attention to this valuable medi
cine and I have repeatedly used
it. and it has always been benefi
cial. It has cured me quickly of
all chest colds. It is especially
effective for children and seldom
takes more than one bottle to
cure them of hoarseness. Ihave
persuaded many to try this valu
able medicine, and they are all
as well pleased as myself over
the results." For sale at Cot
ter's drur store.
N. 31 15' W.. 2S.5 feet. U. S. L. M. No. 1591 P.
D. brs. N. 83 -13' E.. 3891,3 feet. Thence S. 4
W. 1500 feet to Cor. No. 1. Thence N. 75 W.
300 feet to South center end, 600 feet to Cor.
No. 3. Thence N. 1 E. 1500 feet to Cor. No. 4,
which Is also Cor. No. 3, Beehive No. 2 lode of
this Survey. Thence S. 75 F..300 feet to North
center end, 600 feet Cor. No. 1, the place of be
ginning Survey.
BEEHIVE No. 2 LODE.
Beginning tit Cor. No. 1, which is
also Cor. No. 3 of Beehive No. 3
lode of this Survey. A slate stone 4 x 20 x
2! inches, set one foot in ground, alongside
monument of stones, 3x3 feet. Stone marked
B. No. 2-1-1591, also B. No. 3-3-1591. A on a
slate reef marked B. R. B. No. 2-1-1591 brs. N.
23 5' E., 30 feet U. S. L. M. No. 1591 brs. S. 80
15' E., 3046.1 feet. Thence S. 15 W. 600 feet to
Cor. No. 2, Beehive No. 3, lode of this Survey,
10S0 feet to Cor. No.' 2. Thence N. 75 W. 600
feet to Cor. No. 3. Thence N. 15 E- 10S0 feet
to Cor. No. -1. Thence S. 75 E. 300 feet to North
Center end, 600 feet to Cor. No. 1, the place of
beginning.
BEEHIVE No. 3 LODE.
Beginning at Cor. No. 1 which is
also Cor, No. 2 of Beehive No, 4
lode of this Survey. A porphyry stone 5x8
x 24 inches, setone foot in ground alongside a
monument of stone 3x3 feet. Stone marked
B. No. 3-1-1591- also B, No. 4-2-1591. U. S. L.
M. No. 1591 P. D. brs. N. 89 E., 3039 feet.
Thence N. 82 43' W. 717 feet to Cor. No. 2.
Tince N. 15 E. 300 feet to West center end
COO feet to Cor. No. 3. Thence S". 82 43' E. 717
feet to Cor. No. 4, which is also Cor. No. 3,
Beehive No. 4 loJe of this Survey.. Thence S.
15 W. 300 feet to East Center end which is
also West Center end Beehive No. 4 lode of
this Survey, 600 feet to Cor. No. 1, the place of
beginning.
BEEHIVE No. 4 XOtE.
Beginning at Cor. No. 1. A slate stone
4 x 10 x 21 inches, set one foot in ground
alongside a monument of stone 3 x 3 feet,
Stone marked B. No. 4-1-1591. A
on a shite reef marked B. R. B. No. 4-1-1591,
brs. S. 25 3' W.. 21 feet. A on a slate reef
marked B. R. B. No. 4-1-1501. brs. S. 59 13' W.,
24 feet, U. S. L. M. No. 1591, brs. S. 81 30' E.
1672 feet, Thence S. T76 45' W. 1415 feet to Cor,
No. 2. Thence N. 15 E. COO feet to Cor. No. 3.
Thence N. 77 45' E. 1415 feet to Cor. No. 4.
Thence S. 15 W. 300 feet to East Center end,
COOfeet to Cor. No, 1, the place of beginning.
Magnetic Variation 11 Eaht. Containing
62.273 acres.
VEINS.
BkeHivk No. 1, The vein extends in a
northerly direction 25 feel, find in a southerly
direction 1475 feet from the discovers-shaft.
Bekuive No. 2. The vein extends lOSOfeet
from S. C. E. monument, In a northerly direc
tion to the N. C. E, monument.
Bekiiivk No. 3. The vein extends in an
easterly direction 155 feet, and in a westerly
directioh 502 feet from the discovery cut.
BeehiVe No. 4. The vein extends in a
westerly direction 35 feet and in an easterly
direction 1380 feet from the discovery cut.
The location of this mine is recorded In the
Recorder's Office of Yuma County, Arizona,
in Book -L" of Mines, pages 339 to 345 inclu
sive. Any and all persons claiming adversely ap
portion of said Beehive No. 1, Beehive No. 2,
Beehive "No. 3 and Beehive No. 4 Mines or sur
face ground sire required to flic their adverse
claims with Use Register of the United States
Land Office at Prcscott, in the Territory of
Arizona, during the sixty days period of pub
lication hereof, or they will be barred by vir
tue of the provisions of the Statute.
Fhedekick A. TkitLe, Jr.
Register.
IUs hereby ordered, that the foregoing No
tlceof Application for Patent be published for
the perhid.of ten consecutive weeks, in the
Sentinel, a,- weekly newspaper ,publisltcrf at
Yuma, Arizona.
Frederick A. Tkitle, Jr.
Register. -
FirU publication January 5, 1C02,
In Si'S
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ROYAL BAKING POWDErt CO., 100 WILLIAM St. NEWYoRK.
Woeful Waste."
Johnny was an idle boy at
school. One day he made a po
tato popgun out of a goosequill.
Then he cut several potatoes in
to slices for ammunition, put the
gun and the slices into his pock
et and took the outfit to school
with him.
While the grammar class was
in session he loaded his jopgun
by pushing the ends through a
slice of potato and discharged
the gun with a loud report by
pushing av slate pencil through
it. ' . ,
The teacher kept" him in after
school.
"Johnny," she said, with tears
in her eyes, as she laid the
switch about his legs with great
energy, "I am not punishing you
for being disorderly in school,
but for your reckless extrava
gance in wasting potatoes."
3u
The greatest ambition of Amer
ican men and women is to have
homes blessed with children. The
woman afflicted with female dis
ease is constantly menaced with
becoming a childless wife. !Nb
medicine can restore dead or
gans, but "Wine of Cardui doe3
regulate derangements that pre
vent conception; does prevent
miscarriage; does restore weak
functions and shattered nerves
and does bring babies io homes
barren and desolate for years.
Wine of Cardui gives women the
health and strength to bear heal
thy children. You can get a
dollar bottle of "VVine of Cardui
from your dealer.
143 Mar'rpfc J.treef
In FcbniMT.-, 1901, 1 took ono bottle of :
i mo vi vtruw ana ono pacjeae or
married fifteen ycarj and had never
t" iu a. uiiiu uubll J. luus. VY US
of Cardni. Now I am mother cf a fine
baby pirl which was born March SI, 1901.
uo uauy weigns iourteca pounds and I
I3fcl nS Wall AR atr -nc-arwl f..l
Now my home is happy and I never will
K wit hrtT, XXTi.. J ,
,;"uuu ""io m uaiuui ia 017 nouss
again. Mrs. J. W. C. SMITH.
For fi.dvioa Unit llfn-itrim iim. i-rr1
symptoms, "The Ladies' Advisory 'Depart-
Chattanoopv, Tena.
Dog Dies of Broken Heart.
"He died of a broken heart."
His name was Dandy, and tho' j
but a pug dog, he could not sur- i
vive the death of his mistress,
whose constant attendant he had
been for nearly eighteen years.
This faithful animal as owned
by Sallie Welkel, the wife of the
superintendent of North Cedar
Hill Cemetery, in the Thirty
fifth wardj .who died suddenly
ten days ago. Mrs. Welkel died
of heart -disease while walking
through the cemetery to the
trolly cars. Dandy was greatly
attached to her, and repeatedly
showed his grief by a whining
bark..
Oh the day of the funeral Dan
dy was put in one of the green
house's for safety, and when one
of the funeral party returned
the dog- was found dying. Phil
adelphia Press.
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Prepared for the Worst
A good story is told of a dig
ger who had ridden into a west
ern Australia town to consult a
doctor. Having done so, he
went to have a prescription
made up.
"How much is this lot?" he
asked the chemist.
"Well, let me see," was the
reply. "There's seven-and-six;
pence for the medicine and "a
shilling for the bottle.1' He hes
itated, uncertain whether he had
charged for everything.
"Oh, hurry up, boss," said the
impatient miner. "Put a price
worst."
A convention of the leading
modistes of the country, held in
Chicago last week, decided that
that city, and not Paris, London
or New York, should set ths
fashions for American women.
This may cause disappointment
to the superseded cities, but
coming from Chicago, it ought
not to cause surprise.
The Chinese government is
now establishing legations in
Italy, Austria and Spain, in pur
suance of the new policy of
closer relations with the outside
world. Heretofore the ministers
to England, .Russia and the
United States have looked after
all foreign interests.
Whatever else may be said of
Cecil Rhodes, it must be granted
that he was one of the greatest
makers of empire that ever lived.
He epitomized his great ambi
tions in his dying words: "So
little done! So much yet left to
do!"
The improvement of Spanish
trade with this country shows
that the recent war served to
make the two countries better
acquainted in more ways than
one.
An attempt on the part of the
English tobacco trust to get the,,
retailers to boycott American to
bacco has failed, as the dealers
are unwilling to give up their
best-selling brands.
The French government has
just passed a subsidy bill for her
merchant marine, similar to the
shipping bill now before the
United States congress.
j workingmci ail over-die lj A j
j world wear ( jj
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copper riveted overalls I I
j and so should you . j
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