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YUMAt - - - ARIZONA
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1902. KEEP YOUR EYE ON YUMA. THERE IS BLOOD ON THE MOON. The Fleitz contract for repair ing the court house is a subject f jr investigation. It is in the reach of every in tellectual youth to make himself great or little by his own will. uur eartniy cinzensmp is a pretty good test of the kind of angels we will make in the next world. A genius is a man who has the ability to make other people fur nish the money to carry out his hiB plans. The national debt is now $997: 732,332, this being the first time it has gone below the billion dol lar mark in years. Wealthy men have their uses. Libraries, art collections and other advantages are made pos sible by their generosity. kCuiuts mainiv a question of nutrition. If the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutri tion are kept in a healthful condition there will be a well-nourished body, and little liability to disorders of the liver, ooweis or sucn otiier disorders as msy ; lanf?s armlied for result irom in- ; , nutrition and but sucn snowin lack of exercise. Dr. Pierce's Golden Med ical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other or gans of diges tion and nutri tion, and also diseases of oth er organs which are caused by the diseased condition of the stomach. By enabling the perfect nutri tion of the body it increases the vital power and romotes a vigorous om age. I was a ttifferer from chronic diarrhea for a Years." wntra Mrs. Mzry a. Aaron, oi nom, Fhctos Co.. Ma "I tried different rcmedie. which would riv lue reltrt lor a snon urac nnlv. Mv trouble would return as baa as erer. X consulted you n julv, 1500. and cy vour novice commenced using Dr.Picrce' remedies. I tco"t tiro bottles of the 'Golden Medical Discover?.' three viaU cf the 'Pellets.' and some of tne 'Extract of Smart-Weed.' as you advised. I have not had any return of my trouble since tiiifi? vmr mitr5ne. Am now erentv-cne Years old and I never had anything to relieve tne bo quick, r think Er. Pierce's medicines the greatest on earth. Should I ever have any re turn of ray irouDie Brian use your mniiuut. My thanks to you for vour advice and thark to Almighty God for restoring me to health through your hands." Accept no substitute for M Golden Med' ical Discover'." There s nothing "just as good" for diseases of the stomach, blood and lungs. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, tne nest laxative for old people. They cure co Etipation and biliousness. The saving of a cent a ton in the cost of producing iron ore at the Lake Superior mines amounts to about $200,000 an nually on the entire production of the district. Senator Depew received a let ter last week in which a fond parent said that his wife had presented him with three boys at one birth, and that they had been named Theodore Koosevelt, Marcus Hanna Chauncey Depew. The President raises the point in vetoing the bills to remove the charge of desertion from soldiers' records, that the matter is wholly within the jurisdiction of the War Department, and not with the legislative branch of the Government. During 1901 this country ex -Dorted S952.000.000 worth of farm products,, or $100,000,000 more than in any previous year. The imports of such products amounted to $392,000,000, leav iug a balance of trade greatly in our favor. benator Bailey's speecn 111 favor of oleomargarine restric tion elicited the following from Senator Depew: " I have never heard an effort in this chamber which has so affected my imagin atioiv has so fired my fancy and has had so little influence on my judgment," The United States Court at ' Houston, Texasr decides that a ' .boy who enlists in the army un der age and against the consent . of his parents is bound by mili , . tary.-lasw"arid liable to punish- menrfor desertion the same as if hevwere of age. k 1 - . James Ai- Garfield, whom the Prasident ha idst selected as CiviJ Service Comraissioneiv is a somof President Jaraes Gar field and autho- of the recently repealed Ohio "corrupt prac tices?law reauirihe: candidates to file sworn statements of cam paign expenses. Senator Hanna, in an address at Philadelphia, said recently "The necessities growing out of the. vast productive power of this country have 'forced the ag gregation of capital,, the crea tion of weulth in concrete form To absorb it and render it'valu able as an industrial investment we must have industrial peace Fuuston has been charged with violating: the laws of civilized warfare in his capture of Aguin aldo. by dressing some of his men as insurgents. He retorts that the. newspaper editors who make the charge know more about coif than war. w&ere everything is lawful except usin poison and violating a flag trace. CIRCULAR. of Application to Make Entry New Law Governing the making 01 Final Proof. Department of the Interior, General Land Office, Washing ton, D. C, March 26, 1902. Registers and Receivers, United States Land Offices Gentle men: Your attention is called to the provisions of an act of Congress entitled "An Act to amend section 2294 of the Re- ised Statutes of the United States," approved March llr 1902 (Public No. 39), a copy of which is hereto attached. Under its provisions all affida its, proofs and oaths of any kind thereafter made by appli cants and entrymen under tne homestead, pre-emption, timber- culture, desert-land and timber and stone acts, may, in addition to those now authorized to take such affidavits, proofs and oaths be made before any United Stated commissioner or commis sioner' of the court exercising federal jurisdiction in the terri tory or before the judge or clerk of any court . of record in the land district in which the lands are situated; In case the affidavits, proofs jind oaths hereinbefore men tioned be taken out of the county in which the land is located the applicant must show by affida vit that it was taken before the nearest or most accessible officer qualified to take such affidavits, proofs and oaths iu the land dis tricts in which the lands applied for are located. Such showing by affidavit need not be made, however, in mak ins final proof if the proof be taken in the town or city where the newspaper is published in which the nnal-Drool notice is printed. Very respectfully, BiNGEjt Hermann, Approved: Commissioner. E. A. Hitchcock, Secretary of the Interior. TJKB ifEW LAW; An act to amend section 2294 of the Revised Statutes of the United States: Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Consrress assembled. That section 2294 of." the Revised Stat utes of the United States ber and the same is hereby, ammended so as to read as. follows: Sec, 2294, That hereafter all proofs,"' affidavits and oaths of any kind whatsoever required to be made by applicants and entry raeri'uftder the homestead, pte eruption, timber-culture, desert land and timber and stone Acts may. 111 addition to those now authorized to take such affida vits, proofs and oaths, be made before any United States com snissioner or commissioner of the court exercising federal jurisdic tion in the territory or befor the judge or clerk of any qourt of record in the land district in which the lands are situated Provided, That in case the-, affi davits, proofs and oaths herein before mentioned be taken out .. . .u i-trnd Office, that it was ,aken before the nearest or most accessible officer qualified to take such affidavits, proofs and oaths in the land districts in which the are located; by affidavit need not be made in making final proof if the proof be taken in the town or city where the news paper is published in which the final-proof notice is printed. The proof, affidavit and oath, when so made and duly subscribed, shall have the same force and effect as if made before the reg ister and receiver, when trans mitted to them with the fees and commissions allowed and re quired by law. That if any wit ness making such proof, or any applicant making such affidavit or oath, shall knowingly, will fully or corruptly swear falsely to any material matter contained in said proofs, affidavits or oaths ; he shall be deemed guilty of per jury, and shall be liable to the same pains and penalties as if he had sworn falsely before the reg ister. That the fees for entries and for final proofs, when made before any other officer than the register and receiver, shall be as follows: For each affidavit, 25 cents. For each deposition of claim ant or witness, when not pre pared by the officer, 25 cents. For each deposition of claim ant or witness, prepared by the officer, $1. Any officer demanding or re- . . . r -i ceivmg a, greater sum ior sucn services shall be guilty of a mis demeanor, and upon conviction shall be punished for each of fense by a fine not exceeding 8100. Approved March 11, 1902. I s THE BANK OF YUMA YUHA, ARIZONA. Capital Stock, Paid Up, $10,000 LEVI SPARR, President C A. PATTERSON. V.-Presldeat R. S. PATTERSON, Cashier This Dank does a General Banking Business. Patronage Solicited. .ft Articles of Incorporation rectcopy of the articles of Incorporation of tnt: Acuin un ltunmng lumpuny, us uieu iui record this day, and which appears of record in Book 3 of Bonds end Agreements, page et scq., records of Yuma county, Ari- zona. Know AH Men By These Presents: That we, ! In witness whereof I have hereunto set my OP THE AGTON OIL REFINING COMPANY. HANNA'S COririlTTEEQTO SET TLE STRIKES. The executive committee of the National Civic Federation, formed last summer to bring about amicable relations between labor and capital and to settle mpending strikes, met and Sen ator Hanna presented a consti tution and by-laws to be framed. Plans for the avoidance of strikes were adopted. The plan is to appoint a committee of con ciliation by Hanna, consisting of three men chosen, from the general public, three from the ranks of union labor and three from the ranks of capital. j. L. ShearerT a Presbyterian minster- who has been a! resi djafit of , Weiser, Idaho, for near Jy twenty years, committed sui cide bv shooting himself?, He had been a sufferer from, con- surnption for several years and J of the county in which the land became, despondent. Shearer is located the applicant must wirs aboftt 55 years of age. ; He show by affidavit, satisfactory to leaves n wife and five children. ! the Commissioner of the Gcn- The rivers and harbors bill was passed by the senate Mon- dav afternoon. The result was not surprising, as it was expect ed that the measure would be passed with little opposition The bill carries appropriations amounting to more than 60 000,000, which carries the appro priations of this congress to more than the 82,000,000,000 mark. A High Court of Foresters will be instituted at Phoenix on Saturday of this week, when representatives from all the local courts in the territory will assemble for the occasion, which among Arizona Foresters is an auspicious one The delegates from Yuma Court are W. H. Buck, Thomas Molloy, W A Howies and W. F. Timmons. The la dies' court will be represented by Miss tgnes Balsa and' Miss Lillian Sherman PROPOSALS Invited for County Supplies and Seryices. B IDS are requested by the Board of Supervisors of Yuma county Arizona Territory, tor the following county supplies and services ior the period commencing April 26, 1902, and ending March 31, 1903: : - - i l. Care of indigent sick, including uied ical and. surgicarattendance, medicine food, lodging and cjGthing,1t.Jv stated price per day each. 1 " Examination of alleged insane per sons, and for attending coroner's in quests, a stated price for each; medical and surgical attendance for outdoor re lief of poor, to include prisoners at eounty fail, price for each person for each day's attendance. 3. Care of the dependent poor where medical attendance is not required, in cluding good and substantial . food, lodging and clothing, price per day for each person. Bidders are requested to limit the total expense for the period for medical and surgical attendanceand, medicine called for in subdivisions"! and 2. Hospital building 'to1 be furnished by county. Transportation of insane to' asylum at Phoenix, each. Bids will be received up tQ 10 am., April 26, 1902. ..CP. Cronin, . Clerk Board of Supervisors; the undersijmed, residents of the county of Los , Angeles. Culifornia, have associated ourselves together for the purpose of forming a cor poration under the laws of the Territory of Ari zona, and we do hereby certify: ARTICLE I. That the name of the corporation shall be, the Acton Oil Refining Company. ARTICLE II. Thennmes of the incorporators arc Joseph H. Parker, J.M. Herndon. A.N. Van Nest, Ira L. Houser and M, F. Parker, all of the county of Los Angeles, state of California. ARTICLE m. That the principal place of business of this corporation shall be in the city of Yuma, in the county of Yuma and territory of Arizona. ARTICLE IV. That the general nature of the business as proposed to be transacted by this corporation is and shall be: To establish, build, erect, oper ate and maintain oil reflnertes, to acquire by purchase, lease, or otherwise, to hold, own, im prove, develop, possess and enjoy, and to sell, lease, or otherwise dispose of, any and all kinds of every nature and character of oil refining plants, oil lands, claims and estates, and mar ket the products thereof; to establish, operate and maintain, storage tanks, oil wells, well- drilling machinery, oil smelters, pipe-dipping plants, assaying plants, laboratories, soap works, chemical plants, chemical works and machine shops; to own, mortgage, buy and lease real estate and personal properties; to acquire by purchase, lease, or otherwise, petro leum-bearing lands, to develop and market the products and bi-products thereof; to construct, build, operate, and maintain canals, ditches, flumes, pipe-lines, telegraph and telephone lines, railroads, tramways, reservoirs and water works; to acquire by purchase or otherwise franchises for same, and to sell, lease or other wise dispose of same; to buy and sell crude oil; to own, build and operate a regular crude oil reUnery; toSlo any actor thing necessary for the carrying ouf -land pngaging in any of said, foregoing lines of business; to build, construct. own, lease or mortgage rallroadst wagon roads, pipe-lines from the woritVoB- property of. this to anv railroad, river or higbw;i$sao buyown. sell and hypothecate the stock: S;cftbr, corpo rations. ARTICLE V. - V' That the amount ot the capital stock of this corporation shall be one hundred and fifty thousand dollars (1150,000.00) and the same shall be divided into one hundred and fifty thousand (150,000) shares of the par value of one dollar (f 1.00) each. Such stock shall be forever non assessable. ARTICLE VI. The time of the commencement of this corpo ration shall be the date of the filing of these articles oMncorporation.for record in the ofllcc of the county recorder of Yuma county, terri tory of Arizona, and the termination thereof shall be twenty-five (25) years thereafter, unless the same be renewed pursuant to the laws of the territory of Arizona before the termination thereof. ARTICLE VII. The board of directors shall have the power to make, adopt and amend by-laws for the gov ernment of all the affairs of the corporation herein. I ARTICLE VIII. That the affairs of said corporation shall be conducted by a board of five directors, who shall be stockholders In the company, and shall be elected at the annunl meeting to be held on the first Monday in May of each year, after January 1st, 1903; provided, however, that with in thirty days after the filing of these articles of incorporation the stockholders shall elect a board of directors, who shall hold, office until the first Monday in May. 1003, or until their successors are elected and. qualified. ARTICLE IX. The highest amount of Indebtedness to which the corporation shall at any time subject Itself shall not exceed the sum ot fifty thousand dol lars (150,000). ARTICLE X. That the time when, and the conditions on which, the capital stock shall be sold are at such periods as shall be hereinafter fixed by the board of directors, and stock may be issued for property, services and cash. ARTICLE XI. This corporation shall have an office for the transaction of its business in the state of Cali fornia, at the city and county of Los Angeles therein, and said board of directors and officers mav meet and transact business of ?aid corpo ration at said city and county, and 'the annual meeting and election may Iks held thereat. ARTICLE XII. These-articles of incorporation may be altered and amended by a two-thirds vote of all stock holders of this corporation at any regular meet ing of said stockholders, or any special meeting expressly called for that purpose, and the same shall be filed with the county recorder of said Yuma county, territory of Arizona, and printed as required by law, Dated- Signed Joseph H, Pakkek, Signedl J. M. Hekndou. Signed A. N. Van Nkst, Signed Iba L. HorsEit, Signed M. F. Paiikkh. STATE OF CALIFORNIA. I County or Los Abi.e. On this ,16th day of April. A. U. 1502, before mc J. M. Herndon. a Notary Public m and for the County of Los Angeles, California, personally appeared Joseph H. Parker, Ira L. Houser. A. N. Van Nest and M. F. Parker, to ,me known personally to be the persons wno-ex Leculctl the foregoing instrument, and they sev anV"arltnnvri1irpcl to me that they executed the Hmeforijhe purpose and consideration therein exih-fcssc Witness mv'hand'and offlcial seal the day and year first above "written. My commission ex pircs Ostobcr 29, 1905 ISign'ed J. Heiujdon, Seal, Notary Public in and for the County of "Lo Angeles,- State of California. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, I - COHTY OF LOS ANGELES. I ' On thfs 10th day of April,A' P-190--. before mc, Ira L. Houser. a Notary-Public: in ami for said County of Los Angeles, State of Cali fornia. personally appeared J, M - Herndon, known to r&e to be the person whosc -name- U subscribed to the within Instrument, anfl ac knowledgcd that he executed the same. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal the day and1 year in this certificate first above written. , fSiirnedl Iua L." Hou.iBK. Seal. Notary Public in and. for the County Filed for record at thej request of J. Wi Dor- rington, April 19. 1902, at 10: IS o'clock a. nr. r x ni'nviv hand and affixed my official seal, this I9th day of April, A. JJ. iik. C. P. CRONIN. Seal County Recorder, Yuma County. A. T. Lillian E. Cronin, Deputy. First publication April 23, 1902. NOTICE. In the Matter of the ) Estate of Martin Pettitt, Deceased. J Notice is hereby giveri by the undersigned administrator of the estate of Martin Pettitt, de ceased, to the creditors of and all persons, having claims against the said deceased, to ex hibit them with the necessary vouchers within four months after the first publication of this notice to the said ad ministrator at his residence, cor ner of Second and Madison ave nue, the same being the place for the transaction of business of said estate, in the town of Yuma, County of Yuma, Terri tory of Arizona. J. W. DORRINGTON, Administrator of the Estate of Deceased. . Dated Yuma, Arizona, April 3, 1902. First pub. April 2, 1902. Notice for Publication, Homestead Envry No. 3625. Department of the Interior, Lnnd Office at Tucson, Arizona, April 10. 1902. Notice is horeby given that the following named settler has filed notice bf his intention to make final proof in support of his claim. nd that said proof will be made before the Clerk of the District uourt at luma, jVriaona', on Saturday. Ma.y-24, 1902, viz: Lewis S. Kirkpatrlck, of Yuma, Arizonn, for the SWH Sec. 20, T. 9, S. R. 21 W., G. & S. R. B. & M. ' - fi , He names 'the f bllowlhg witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Bert L. Nunnalley, George E. Scott, George D. Scott and Etta A. Timmonsr all of Yuma, Arizona MILTON R. MOORE, Register. First publication April 10, 1902. Notice for Publication Homestead Entry No. 3601. Department of the Interior, Land office at Tucson, Arizona. April 17, 1902. Notice is hereby given that the following- named settler has filed notice of his intention to make commutation final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will be made before the Clerk of the District-Court at Yuma, Arizona, on Saturday, May 31, 1902, viz: Duncan L. De Vane, of Yuma, Arizona, for the E.K N. W.tf and S. W.tf N. W.. Sec. 31, T. 8, S. R. 23 W., G. and S. R. B. and M. He names the following witnesses to prove his cohtinuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Geo. S. Marable, Cyrus-C. Dyer, Donald Mc- Intvre and Sidney B. Reese, all of Yuma, Arizona. MILTON R. MOORE, Register. First publication April 23, 1C02. Seal Seal Seal Seal Seal Desert Land,. Final Proof No tice for Publication. United States Land Orncn, Tucson, Arizona, April 22. 1902, ) Notice is hereby given that ClarlcT. Havens, of Yuma, Arizona, has filed notice ot Intention to make proof on his desert-land claim No. 2941, for thcE.tfN.E.fSec 2, and W. N. Vf.H and S. W.H Sec. 1, T, 10, S.. It. 21 W., G. and S R. B. andM., before the clerk of the district court at Yuma, Arizona on Saturday, the 14th day of June," 1902. He names the following witnesses to prove the complete irrigation and reclamation of said land: Oscar P. Bondesson, Edward L. Crane and Orlando P. Card, of Somcrton, Arizona, and Thomas Lowe, of Yuma, Arizona. MILTON R. MOORE, Register, First publication April 23, 1902. Desert, Land, Final Proof tice for Publication. -No- United States Land Oftice, i. Tucson, Arizona, April 23, 1902. Notice Is hereby given that Ann E. Smlih, of Ynma, Arizona, has filed notice of intention to make proof on her desert-land claim No. 3202, for the N. W. li N. W. H Sec. 31, T 8 S., R. 23 V,'.. G. and S. R. B. and M., before the clerk of the District Court at Yuma, Arizona, on Satur day, the 7th day of June, 1902. She names the following witnesses to prove the complete irrigation and reclomation of said land: Andrew F. White, Gtm Livfngstow, Sherman J. Littlefleld and Sanford M. Thurman, all of Yuma, Arizona. MILTON R. MOORE, Register. First publication April 23, 1902. Desert Land, Final Proof No tice for Publication, United States Land Office, Tucson, Arizona, March 29, 1902. Notice Is hereby given that Walter Webster, of Yuma, Yuma county. Arizona, nas nieu uu tice of intention to make proof on-his desert lnnd nlnlm No. 3189 for the NE M See 7. T. U S. R. "3 W.. G. and S. R. B. and M., before the Clerk of the District Court at Yuma,- Arizona on Saturdav. the 10th dav of May, 1902. He names the following witnesses to proye the complete irrigation and reclamation of said Uun,rom; -j? nnntAinc fnifnrfl Winsor. Will iain Thomas and John Lyjril, all of Yuma. Ari 0U'' Milton R. Moons, Register. First publication April 2, 1902. B. E. HAYDENVDcputy. County Recorder. SB Territory of Arizona, County of i iimn, t IrC. P. Cronin, county recorder in nnd for tlw county of Yuma territory ut Arizuna. do htrlv Just One That is just the length of time that It takes to convince a( customer .that my line of samples for suits made to order is away ahead of anything shown in Yuma. The suits that are made in this department are made by REAL TAILORS, and not by girls and. apprentices like most of the so called "made-to-order" suits are. MY SUITS HOLD THEIR SHAPE Call and see the beautiful line of those nobby Tropical Flannel Coats and Pants that is now being shown in the Clothing department. j I Woo Crash- f nhTl the perfect Summer. gar- I I wMn PtHil ments la beauty of work- I lrfflf lifMfJ mans hip and cxclttsiveness of I l M:jfI yjj!!! . style they cannot be classed with l Illrij Illiii other makes. Ideal vear K. WW kh BUSINESS 1 lv M IiLA OR OUTING- I I Sm they arc essential to ycur ward- j I robe for the sultry months. Permit ' ' I I 3 to submit to your judgment our I 1 M complete assortment; we cannot fail to meet your requirements. E. F. SANGUINETTI 8 Hre III : THE IN THE Coming this wa? ftben tou are interested in knowing bow to reacb mperial Settlement, New River Country Take the S. P. train to Flowing Wells.... At this point you get first class accommodations at the McCAULLEY HOUSE. GW. McCaulley, the proprietor, runs a regular stage line from that place to Tmperial.leaving Flowing Wells at 7:30 a.m.op Mon day, Wednesday and Friday, returning the following days. Special teams and rigs are also kept in readiness for any other day,and will take you to any part of the country. . . The only direct route to the Carriso Creek oil fields west of Flowing Wells. This stage line is equipped with rigs and teams that are unexcelled. SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO. Pacific System, ScmEmjLE op Passenger" Trains', Effective Dec. 3, EASTMJOUND, J L?100 Express i-xprcas.- 10 I . r 7 00 pm Liv. San Francfses-.- :...Ar. iXnrs St-50pm' San Jose 645 am 10 55pm I Sadlna 3 15 am' 3 20 am San Loui Obispo 10 55 pm 8 00 am1 Santa Barbara 5 30 pm 035am .. - .-...San Buenaventura. w 4-lSpm 1 00 pm Ar . . . Los Angeles . .- Iv 12 SO pmf 2 Off pm "Cv....... Los Amcclcs.... Ar MOO am 5pm ......4 Colton 8 55 am1 r0 22pm t.. ....-,....... YUMA. .- 2 20 am 35oam Maricopa....,- ...... D 15 pm 6 15 am Ar. .Phocrrix Lx 530 pm 650 am .Tucson...... ............ .- 6-12 pm 9 01am Benson .- 4 17 pm 1135 am Bowie T43 pm J-lOpm Lordsbarg.. 1206 pm 320 pm " Demfnf?..- 10 07 am O00 pm El Paso.- . 7 20 am 9 00 pm .- ' San Antonio 9 15 am 4 00 pm Houston -.- J030 pm' 6 15 pm - New Orleans . ...... ......... W30 Jeff t It takes 10,000 mail bags every year to keep up the supply used bv the i30stoflice. The worn-out bags were sold-la&t year for 6, 000 for the old leather, canvas, iron au4 brays in theci. Jibs. 9 and 10 are daily and carry lroth first and second? class passengers;- equipped with Pull. man first class and Tourist sleepers, and free reclining chair cars.- Inquire of Agent regarding (Through Tourist cars to Chicago, Washington and Cincinnati-. Close connection at New Orleans for points cast and north.- No. 9 connects at Los Angeles with train-leaving at 11:10 a. m'.- fofSati Francisco via Bakera--ffeld Route. E. OV MCCORMICK. T.-&-GOODMAN; Passenger Traffic Mgr.- Gon'l PuBsencer Agent? San Francisco. Cal. San Frszcisoo-. Cul a M. BtJRKHALTER, Dist. FrcJ?ht oni "?a?sccer Acat, Tucson. Axi-soty-" n rr.T:vM"."":, x.& vjeuv .