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Yu.ma Arizona WEDNESDAY, .TAN. 14,1903. WEATHER REPORT. For the week ending Tuesday, Jan. 13, 1903, Relative Tempera Day of "Week. Humidity. ture. Sam 5pm Max. MIn. Wednesday. 43 21 72 44 Thursday. 01 25 TO 43 Friday. 63 23 71 38 Saturday 58 24 C8 S8 Sunday 45 26 67 S9 Monday 35 22 66 43 Tuesday 23 17 69 M Means 47 23 69 42 Rainfall for the week. Accumulated excess of temperature for wesk, 5 decreet. S. HACKETT, Official In Charge. . REFINED VAUDEVILLE ENTERTAINMENT ELKS' HALL Friday Evening, Jan. 16 Under the management of MISS FLORENCE . BLACKMAN OF YUMA .The ma.Bapement wishes to announce that the talent seeured is an assurance that the performance will be the best ever given in Yuma. Reserved seats $1.00. On sale at DeVane & Robinson's. General ad mission 60 cents. Oa.saIc at the doo. Remember the ball Saturday night. Clothes cleaned, pressed andrepaired at the New York Store. Fred J. Martin, superintendent of the Fortuna mining company, was in Yuma last week. L. B. Moody, was in town Tuesday from Mohxwk Summit. He returned home on the same evening's train. Doctors E. B. and J. A. Ketcherside have bought the Cotter drug store and their office will henceforth be at the store. If your spring wagon, buggy or carriage needs repairing, take it to DeNier's Carriage shop, the only one in Yuma. Mr. Edwin Baker, special collector of customs at Nogale. has been ap pointed collector of customs for the district of Arizona. J. C. DeWitt, chairman of the board of supervisors, has moved his family to town from his ranch in the valley, and is now residing on Madison -avenue. Orders taken for Mackinette and Cravinette coats at the New York Store. The value of the copper production in Mexico for 1902 up to November L was valued at $11,238,012 gold, an in crease of nearly $2,000,000 for the same period of last year. L. W. Alexander, manager of the Nugent mercantile house at Kofa, was in town this week. Aleck's many friends gave him the glad hand of wel come. He returned home on yester day's train. Harrj Carpenter has returned from & thirty-day visit at San Francisco. Harry reports the weather very cold and damp in the city, and was pleased to get back where he could see the sun shine once again. Don't forget the ball Saturday night. McCall's Bazar fashion sheets for February at the New York Store. The United States mint, in San Francisco, coined $47,310,988 during the jear 1902. Of this sum $35,072,500 was in double .eagles, $i,695000 .was in eagles, and $4,695,000 .was made into half eagles. The remainder of the sum wasin.silver. In a report .from United States Con sul General 13arlow, it is stated that more American capital is invested in mining in ithe state of Sonora, than in any other state in Mexico, the amount being reported at $27,000,000. Chihua hua is second on the list, with $21,000, 000. Just received a nevr line of Golf Skirt and Underskirts, which will be included in my clearance sale. John Rimpau. Hon. F. S. Ingalls, assemblyman from Yuma county, will leave for the:; capital Friday, to be present at the opening of the legislature on Monday. Mr. Ingalls has had considerable legis lative experience, and will undoubtedly be heard from during the -coming ses sion. The dance to be given Saturday evening will no doubt be a grand affair. Mrs. U. S. Burgess died Tuesday at 2 o'clock, after a short illness. Mrs. Burgess was the widow of Adam Bossum when she married Mr. Burgess. She lived in Yuma some twenty-five years and was Jbeloved. by all who knew her. She leaves a husband and three .small children to mourn her departure irom this world. Clothes made to order at the New York Store. H. 33u St. Claire, .grand master work man -oihe Workman lodge in Arizo&a And New Mexico, .arrived in Yuma "Tuesday last, and installed the follow ing officers in the local lodge Tuesday .evening: W. H. Shorey, master work man: Donald Mclntyre, foreman; Pete Munson, overseer; Dr. J. P. Yemen, .gttld.e; Cliff Middleton, inside watch man; j. Stovfcns, outside wjitchmaa. VrixAc. the original A. B. C. Bohemian Beer. Kept by ail saloonSi Thirty gpl per bottle. Sweet and wholesome" bread you xira t iitlp.iiking' it at 3hore: Desperate Break at the Prison. Ten cr twelve desperate prisoners in the territorial penitentiary made an unsuccessful break for liberty Friday last, at noon time. The big double gates of the prison yard were closed and the prisoners were at dinner, excepting a few trus ties who had finished their meal and were being turned out of the yard by Asa Bishop. Mr. Bishop had secured the keys from the guard on stand No. 1, where they are kept during the noon hour, and had unlocked the inner gate when he was attacked by a number of desperate convicts who had planned to kill Mr. Bishop, secure the keys and liberate themselves. Garcia, the lead er, was armed with a dirk knife and began to slash Mr. Bishop. The yard was in an uproar in an instant and John Clark, George Williams and As sistant Superintendent George Wilder, sizing up the situation, rushed to the rescue of Mr. Bishop. Finally Mr. Bishop succeeded in breaking away from the mob, but was pursued by the man with the knife. He ran toward .stand No. 4 And called to the guard, R?H. Marine, to shoot the bloodthirsty convict. Marine fired and Garcia fell to the ground, severely wounded. When the other convicts saw their leader fall they became quiet and were locked up. While Garcia lay writhing in agony on the gromid he attempted to take his : own life by stabbing himself in the breast, inflicting two ugly gashes. While the convict is badly injured, his wounds .are not considered fatal. He was sentenced from Cochise county in December, 1901, to ten years' imprison ment for robbery, and has given the prison management a great deal of trouble.. The only injury received by Mr. Bishop was a cut about an inch ??eo in the left side. Sun. A flovcable Fort. One of the latest inventions for ser vice in war times is called the war motor. Being built on wheels it can be operated by a very few men, and is strongly recommended for seacoast de fense. The only medicine that is strongly recommended by thousands of grateful people, who have used it as a defense against all stomach, liver and kidney complaints, is Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. It cured them and will not fail in your case. Try "it, if you are .a sufferer from loss of appe tite, headache, insomnia, indigestion, dyspepsia, torpid liver, constipated bowels, or kidney troubles, and you will .not be disappointed. Ask your druggist for-a copy of our 1903 Illus trated Almanac. It contains much valuable and useful information and is free of charge. Tom Roberts "Saw the Elephant." Tom Roberts, a miner, who has worked in Yuma county camps for, several years, went to Los Angeles the other day for a little rest and diver sion or as he put it, to "see the eleph ant." He had saved up a nice little "roll," and judging by the following, taken from the Los Angeles Herald, Tom "saw the elephant," all right, but paid high for his fun: "Saturday night the mining man was robbed of $600 and several hundred dol lars' worth of nuggets in .a house on Fifth .street, by a demi-mondaine, who is described as being a tall, handsome woman with peroxidized blonde hair. There was a $100 Canadian bill in the stolen roll. The miner, who had been staying at an East Fifth-street hotel, strolled over to Central Park Saturday evening and sat down on one of the benches. The woman, who is said to haunt Central and other parks at night ior the pur pose of soliciting, seated herself on the miner's bench. Finding that he was somewhat shy she made the advances and within an hour had .him in tow. She ok him to a small house on East Fifth street, wiere they stayed for two or three hours. When they separated the miner dis covered the loss of the money and nug gets. The woman either went through his clothes systematically or else had a pal in the house, who worked the panel game. It is said that the man is more anxious to get bis money back than to prosecute. " Tried to Conceal It. It's the old story of 1 'murder will out" only in this case there's no crime. A woman feels run down, has backache or dyspepsia and thinks m its nothing and tries to hide it until she finally breaks down. Don't deceive yourself. Take Electric Bitters at once. It has a reputation for curing stomach, liver and Kidney troubles and will revivify your whole system. The worst forms of nose maladies will quickly yield .to the curative power of Electric Hitters. Only 50c. and guaranteed by all drug gists. Miss Florence Blackman will :begin with her dancing class at .Elks Jhall next Friday evening, and the dancing school will meet .hereafter on each Friday, evening. Miss Blackman is an excellent leacher and our dancing people .will .not be .slow .to appreciate the fact. .A ftarveloiis Invention. Wonders never cease. A machine has been invented that will cut, paste nd bang -wall paper. The field of in--ventions and discoveries seems to be unlimited. Notable among great dis coveries is Dr. Kind's New Discovery for Consumption. It has done a world of good for weak lungs and saved many .a life. Thousands have used it and conquered grip, bronchitis, pneu monia and consumption.' Their general verdict is; "It's the best and most re liable medicine for throat and lung troubles. Every 50c. and 81,00 bottle, is guaranteed by all druggbts. Trial bottlss free. Yuma County Fruit. About two weeks ago Adam Ludy and several other Ynma citizens, sent a gift of six boxes of Yuma grown or anges and lemons to M. A-. Smith, our delegate, to be given to members of Congress, as a sample of what Arizona can do in the fruit raising line. Upon receipt of the same Delegate Smith sat down and wrote aletterof acknowledg ment, which is published herewith: Washington, Jan. 6, 1903. Mr. Adam Ludy, Yuma, Arizona. My Dear Sir: I am forced even in my busiest hours to take the time to express my thanks to you for the ar ticles which you have been pleased to send me touching the county of Yuma. It is a great contribution to our state hood fight and I shall show the same to senators having the question now un der consideration. If there were thirty men like you in each county, manifest ing the same public spirit which you have so liberally shown, it seems to me our fight here would be easier. I have just received tonight a notice from the express office that the six boxes of fruit which you have forward ed are now awaiting me. I shall do my best to dispose of them in a way satisfactory to you, which means the proper advertisement of the great pos sibilities of our territory. Thanking you again, I remain, Yours very-truly. M. A. SMITH. Domestic Troubles. It is exceptional to find a family where there are no domestic ruptures occasionally, but these can be lessened by having Dr. King's New Life Pills around. Much trouble they save by their great work in stomach and liver troubles. They not only relieve 3 ou, but cure. 25c. at all drug stores. Henry Farmer, aged 31 years, died of heart failure, Wednesday January 14th, A. D. 1903, at the L. Morton resi dence on First street. His brother Hugo and sister were at tu'v, ' '3Cs:dc i;t:.?;; the fatal illness. Mr. Farmer was first confined to his bed at Somerton, but was brought to Yuma Tuesday, but was beyond medical aid when he reached town. The funeral services will be at the Methodist church Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. Mr. Farmer has lived in Yuma and Somerton for a number of years, during all of which time he has been recognized as one of Yuma's highly respected and enterprising young men and leaves a large circle of warm friends to sympathize with the bereaved sister and brother. He leaves no other near relatives. Mrs. Herbert Brown, with her daughter and son Herbert, returned from a lengthy visit to Oakland last week, and are now quartered in their new home, in the Gacdolfo hotel. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F.J. CHENEY & CO.. Props., Toledo, Q. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. HaII's Catarrh Cure is taken intern ally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all druiggists. Testimonials free. Hall's family Pills are the best. There will be a dance at the Somer ton hall on Friday evening, the 23rd. Refreshments will be served and the proceeds will be for the benefit of the Pioneer school in Somerton district. Wonderful Nerve. Is displayed by many a man endur ing pains of accidental cuts, wounds, bruises, burns, scalds, sore feet or stiff joints. But there's no need for it. Bucklen's Ar.nica Salve will kill the pain and cure the trouble. It's the best salve on earth for piles, too. 25c. All druggists. Frank M. and Sam King, have started a newspaper at Tucson, called the Cattleman and Miner. It is a monthly publication, devoted to live stock and mining interests. Frank King is one of the best newspaper writ ters in the territory. He did his first work in that capacity on the :Sentinel back in the '80's, and was later on one of the Phoenix papers. The Sentinel wishes the Cattleman and Miner abundant success. Some one threw a rock through the Ynma Bakery display window Wednes day .night of last "week, smashing glass tosthe value of about ,five dollars, and then walked off with one Shorey's big cakes. The jniscreant was not appre hended, though his indentity is pretty .certainly known to the officers. It was a dirty trick and Shorey would rather .have preferred to satisfy the hunger of several men than to have bad his win dow .shattered. Johnny Rimpau has at his store a very attractive window display. One of the very nicest we have yet seen. If you want us to call for your laun dry call up telephone number 212. Alpha Steam Laundry. Hotel Gandolfo is admitted to be one of the best houses on the coast. Ameri can or European plan. Fine meals are served in the cafe, where you order what you want and pay for what you get. Judge Thurlow united in marriage on Sunday, January 11th, Joseph A. Schlernitzaur and Alice R. Albretson. The groom is an employe of the Los Angeles city water works, while the bride has been conducting a lodging house in the same city. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF LA ABUNDANCIA MIXING COMPANY. KNOW ALT. MEN BV THESE PUESENTS: That we, tho undersigned citizens of the United States of America, to wit, W. W. Godsmark, H. C. Brown and F. W. Steddom have this day associated ourselves together for the purpose of forming d corporation under the laws of the Territory of Arizona, and do hereby certify: 1. That the name of the corporation shall be LA ABUNDANCIA MINING COMPANY, and its principal place of transacting business shall fcc in the Territory of Arizona, at the city of Yuma, in the county of Yuma; and in -the State of California, at the city of Los Angeles, in the county of T.os Augelcs. 2. That the general nature of the business proposed to be transacted is as follows: To acquire, own, work, operate, lease, mort gage, hypothecate and sell mines, mining claims and mineral lodes and deposits of every kind and description; also mining and milling machinery, tramways, apparatus, and equip ments of all kinds, for the exploration for, and for the mining, extraction and reduction of precious and other metals; also to acquire, buy. use, cultivate. Improve, mortgage, hypo thecate, sell nnd exchange land, water and water rights, and water power, for the generation of elec tricity, and all other useful and mechanical purposes; and nl.so all other property necessary and incidental to any or all of the aforesaid objects; also to buy, deal in, and sell, and hypothecate, merchandise of all kinds; and also to acquire, own, pledge, hypothecate, and sell shares of stock in other corporations and companies; and also bills of exchange, promis sory notes and securities of all kinds. 3. That the amount of capital stock author ized is one million dollars (31,600,000), to be paid in cash or property, or both, to said cor poration, in the discretion of its board of directors. The said capital stock shall be div ided into one million (1,000,000) shares of one dollar (51.00) each. 4. That the time of the commencement of said corporation is at and on the date on which these articles shall be filed for record in the ofllcc of the County Recorder in and for the aforesaid county of Yuma, in the territory of Arizona, and shall terminate with the expira tion of twenty-live ("25) years beginning with and following that date. 5. That the officers of said corporation, to conduct its affairs, shall consist of a board of directors, consisting of iiTe (5) members, and they shall be elected at the annual meeting of the stockholders of said corporation to be held on the first Tuesday of November of each year, at the said city of Yuma, In the territory of Arizona, unless otherwise ordered by the bomi. -"-octo- or by the stockholders. The other officers of said corpoicllvu s!iru .uca President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer and General Manager, to be elected by the board of directors; and such minor officers as may be appointed by the board of directors. 6. That the highest amount of indebtedness or liability to which the corporation is at any time to subject itself is ten thousand (510,000.00) dollars. 7. That the private property of each officer and stockholder of said corporation is and shall be exempt from all liability for all or any cor porate debts. 8. That the shares of stock of this corpora tion, when Issued as fully paid, shall there after remain on-assessable. 9. That the following persons arc named as directors of the corporation to act "as such until their successors shall have been chosen, vis: NAMES RESIDENCE W. W. GODSMARK. Los Angeles, Cal. H. C. BROWN, Los Angeles, Cal F. W. STEDDOM, Los Angeles, Cal. J. A. GIBSON, Xos Angeles, Cal. G. N. McCOLLOUGH, Pasadena. Cal In witness WHEitDor, we have hereunto set our hands and seals this day of Decem ber, A. D., 1002. v W. W. GODSMARK. Seal H. C BROWN, Seal F. W. STEDDOM, Seal STATE OF CALIFORNIA, I Count? or Los akgblcs. t os" Before me, G. A. Corbin, a Notary Public In and for the County of Los Angeles, State of California, on this day personally ap peared W. W. Godsmark, H. C. Brown and F. W. Steddom, known to me to be the persons whose names are subscribed to the foregoing instrument, and they severally acknowledged to me that they executed the same for the purposes and considerations therein expressed. Given under my hand and seal of office this 27th day of December, A. D. 1902. Seal G. A. Cokbin, Notary Public in and for the County of Los Angeles, State of California. Territory ok Arizona, 1 County of Yuma.) I, C P Cronin, County Recorder in nnd for the Couuty of Yuma, Territory of Arizona, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true, full and correct copy of Articles of Incorpora tion of "La Abundancia Mining Company" as filed for record In my office on tbo 30th day of December, A- D. 1902, and as nj pears of record In Book 1 of Articles of Incor poration, page - , et seq., records of Yuma County aforesaid. In witness whereof, I haTe hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal of ofllcc this 30th day of December, A. D. 1902. seal C. P. CRONIN, County Recorder, Yuma County, Arizona Territory. First publication Jan- 14, 1903. The peculiar cough which indicates croup, is usually well known to the mothers of croupy children. No time should be lost in the treatment of it, and for this purpose no medicine has received more universal approval than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Do not waste valuable time by experimenting with untried remedies, no matter how highly they may be recommended, but give this medicine as directed and all symptoms of croup will quickly dis appear. For sale at Cotter's Drug store. Advertised Letters. List of letters remaining unclaimed in Yuma postoffice, week ending January 14th, 1903: Barrow, Chas. H. Card, John Chaves, Donasiano, Irvine, J. H. Jamenez, Gabina McClelland, E. W. Miner, C. S. Murluce, Julio Ought, Ought Ta Otero, Reta Pineda, Consasion Rodriquez Nicolas Rooha, Tomas, Smith Ralpb C Persons calling for above letters will please say "advertised." R. H. Chandler, P. M. Pianos For Sale. Mr. A. T. Gilbert, representing the I. W. Gardner piano house in Los Angeles, in stopping at the Gandolfo Hotel, and has brought to Yuma a very fine line of the latest styles of pianos in the market. There is but a limited number left and they will be sold at a greatly reduced price. Any pne wish ing to purchase a brand new piano will do well to call on Mr. Gilbert or write for prices. Don't buy until you see the pianos as they are beauties and of highest grade. Private Boarding By day or week, at Taggart House, corner of First street and Madison avenue. Also furnished rooms. Ml-i M VIJTLE WlT.LI VMS. Itching Skin Distress by day, and night That's the complaint of those who are so unfortunate as to be afflicted with Eczema or Salt Rheum and out ward applications do not cure. They can't. The source of the trouble is in the blood make that pure and this scal ing, burning, itching skin disease will disappear. "I was taken with an itching on my arni3 which proved very disagreeable. I concluded it was .salt rheum and bought a bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla. In two days after I began taking It I felt better and it was not long before I was cured. Have never had any skin disease since." Mrs. Ida E. Ward, Cove Toint, Md. Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills rid the blood of all impurities and cure all eruptions. COMilON COUNCIL. Office of Common Council, Town of Yuma, A. T., December 12, 1903. Council met pursuant to adjourn ment. Present: R. S. Patterson, mayor; F. L. Ewing, John Dunne, J. E. De vine and Robert Tapai, councilmen. Minutes of October 7th and Novem ber 11th, read and approved. Report of mayor on lease of blocks executed to James Rico and Frank M. Rust, was approved. Report of marshal and treasurer was referred to Councilmen Ewing and Dunne. Following warrants were ordered drawn: Yuma Water & Light Co $50 00 P. T. Robertson, salary 50 00 J. LuRedondo, " 25 00 Jake Meadows, " . . . . 35 00 James Mulligan, guard 47 50 Geo. A. Duke, " 25 00 A. Zimmerman, " 5 00 Peter Aune, janitor 20 00 John Gandolfo, supplies 150 Acme Truck Co., hauling 7 50 Town attorney ordered to draw reso lution granting certain grounds to ter ritorial prison. Town attfiey ordered to draw or dinances. First, sewer ordinance; second, cemetery ordinance. By unanimous vote, J. L. Redondo was appointed town assessor. Clerk was ordered to furnish abstract copy of minutes for publication. Mayor appointed standing commit tees as follows: Street J. E. Devine and John Dunne. Sewer J. E. Devino and F. L. Ewing. Finance-F. L. Ewing and J. E. De vine. Sanitary J. E. Devine and Robert Tapia. Water works F. L. Ewing and J. E. Devine. Ways and means F. L. Ewing and R. Tapia. No further business. Council ad journed. R. S. Patterson, Mayor. J. L. Redondo, Clerk. Most Valuable Information. John Rimpau informs his numerous patrons that he has made an arrange-- ment with Prof. L. J. Bardet, our French artist, to have all of bis patrons' pictures enlarged. As Prof, Bardet is well known for crayon, pastel, etc., this means that all purchasers of twentw dollars worth of goods at his store will receive a beautiful third of life size crayon from any photograph he may wish to have enlarged. No more unlimited delay or unsatis factory work, and his premiums to his patrons will be ready for delivery from 15 to 20 days after receipt of the origin al. As for satisfaction, he guarantees it; it being a fact that should any de fect appear in the work, Prof. Bardet will make free any change requested. Hurry, if you would have an artistic piece of work, and accept the opportu nity while Prof. Bardet is here. John Rimpau's is now the only store giving a premium, with strict satisfac tion guaranteed to his patrons. Marigold Rye at The Ruby. Try "California bread" at Shorey's. A. B. C. Beer is king of all beers. Fine confectionery at Tonini's. Fresh from the factory. The famons Kentucky whisky, Rich land Rye at The Ruby. Sole agents. Want to play billiards or pool? Yes? Well, then, go the Wig-Warn. Los Angeles Express! Best evening paper in the southwest. 50c. per month. Delivered at your door. See Shorey about it. Wanted A few mining. properties that will bear a rigid examination. Send particulars to E. L. Watts, E. M. 146 W. 28th St., Los Angeles. 52tf Call up 'phone 212 if you want to reach the Alpha Steam Laundry. Tonini handles the Parker Jointless Fountain pen, the best there is made. The ink is carried directly to the point of the pen, and will not leak as most fountain pens do andoil the hands. Complete line of Havana, Mexican and domestic cigars a,t Tonini's. Fresh cookies and crackers at Shorey's. Farm lands, town property, residences and all kinds of real estate bought, sold and rented by the Yuma Title Ab stract Company, Bank of Yuma Build ing, Second street. Married, Monday, January 12th, by Judge Geo. M. Thurlow, Willis F. Wardrobe and Anna Harris, both of Los Angeles. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Brorao Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature i.s 011 each hex. L'oi YUMA, ARIZ, Telephone 218 JOHN OANDOlfO. Proprietor gs Dealer in General Merchandise Free delivery to any part of the city. Satisfaction in quality as well as price guaranteed. Wagons, Carriages, Buggies and all gb. kinds of Farming Implements sold on small commission WE SOLICIT YOUR YALUED PATRONAGE The Pioneer Mercantile House of Yuma. Wholesale and Retail dealer In Groceries Kay, Grain and Lumber, Boots, Shoes, Etc. ....iwnCor. FlrBt and Main Sta., Yuma, Arizona. a v j Fruits, 9 i Candies, ! Nuts t FRUIT STORE West side Main Street next dt or to Haines' Barber Shop. t PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY. ALPHA I Steam Laundry Turns Out First-Class Work. Leave Orders at Harry Morris' Barber Shop, Main Street. I DONALDSON & BAIRD, IS PROPRIETORS, YUMA, ARIZONA. 4 i pbotograpfts IT in all Htylcs. Pictures enlarged In k Crayon. Pastel, "Water Colors and Oil V Paintlne a specialty. Finishing done and materials furnished for Amateur Artists. A A Prof. L. J. Bardet. J A Studio on First Street 1 j Opposite A. Modestl's office 4 A A AAA AAA. A A Ab REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF bank: -OF- E. F. SANGUINETTI AST YTLJM, In the Territory of Arizona, at the Close of Business Nov. 29, 1902. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts, less due from Directors 815,158 52 Overdrafts 30 38 Stocks, Securities, etc 10,833 96 Specie 265 29 Legal Tender and National Bank Notes 9,CC0 CO Service and Mileage and Cer tificates 160 00 Total $35,289 75' LIABILITIES. Undivided Profits 3 3,604 44 Individual Deposits Subject to Check 31,685 31 Total 835,289 75 Territory of Arizona, ) County of Yuma, J" ' I, E. F. Sanguinetti, proprietor of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. E. F. Sanguinetti, Proprietor. Subscribed and sworn to ieiore me this 24th day of December, 1902. Correct Attest; O. F, Townsend, Seal Notary Public. First pub. Dec. 31. Fine Job Work a specialty at this office. Whfm you come to town call at The Ruby uud !--?e the latest. FT. YUMA, CAL. Telephone 224- ft A Dry ). P. WALCH'S Cigars 4 9 Tobacco I Vegeta- J 9 bles, 9 NOTICE TO MINERS. THE ARIZONA SMELTING AND REDUCTION CO. OF YUMA, ARIZ. Officers and Directors. JAMES RICE, President. LEE CHAMBERLAIN, Vice President. FRANK N. RUST, Secretary and Treasurer UON. WILBUR, F. STONE, Denver, Colo. L. E. WILLIAMS, Glenwood. Iowa. HON. J. W. DORRINGTON, Proprietor Yuma Sentinel, Yuma, Arizona. R. S. PATTERSON, Mayor. Yuma, Arizona. SOUTHWESTERN NATIONAL -BANK, Depositary References. SOUTHWESTERN NATIONAL BANK. Los Angeles, California. O. F. .BRANT, Genl. Mgr. Title Insurance & Trust Co.. Los Angeles, Cah GLENWOOD STATE BANK, Glenwood, Iowa. HON. WILBUR F. STONE, Associate Justice U. S. Courts, Denver, Colo. BANK OF YUMA, Yuma Arizona. We plan to have our smelter under const-ruction by the first of the year, and solicit correspondence with mine owners having properties within reach of our smelter, with the view of ascer taining the character and quantity that may be shipped to us. We will first erect one 50-ton gold and copper furnace and one 40-ton lead furnace and others as demands require. The Arizona Smelting and Reduction Co. Address: R. S. Patterson, Bank of Yuma, Yuma, Ariz. Notice to Miners. Owners of mines and prospectors who have claims that are easily reached or fairly so with teams to the Colorado river and who are unable to de velop the same for want of transporta tion or otherwise, and will part with an interest for having them developed and worked will learn .something to their advantage ;by addressing James Rice, suite 534-535 Bradbury Building, Los Angeles, Calif . Your Tongue If it's coated, your stomach is bad, your liver is out of order. Ayer's Pills will clean your tongue, cure your dys pepsia, make your liver right. Easy to take, easy to operate. 25c. All drucKlsts. "Want your moustache or board a boautilul brown or rich black? Then use BUCKINGHAM'S DYE era MCT5. o- ruacnT. r-ft ". t'u. -A CO..N wta. h. h. lUal t'P Lti'kl md -ethf w&.