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J, W, DORRINGTON, Proprietor. 1UMA, - - - '"atsizona OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, 1903. - - RSsidents of the banks of the Rio Grande are being treated to the novel siffht of their alleged river full of real "water. Chicago is blessed -with 4,702 lawyers. And yet if the lawyer had struck instead of the wait ers who would have cared ? St is a noticeable fact that the ''Panama canal negotiations have been expedited ever since a few American naval vessels arrived off the Colombian coast. Senator Hanna will not resign - from the chairmanship of the republican national committee but will work energetically for election of Mr. Roosevelt which he says hV confidently expects. The President entertained Sir Thomas Lipton at luncheon. Now if the genial Irishman wins the cup the" democrats will doubtless attempt to make cam paign material out of the luncheon.- The peculiarities of the De partment of Agriculture seed are now accounted for. It ap pears that the contractor has wilfully cheated the department and will forfeit $18,000 of his pay as a result. The democrats are discussing the advis'bility of adopting "turn the rascals out5' for a campaign slogan next year. But by the time the strenuous boot of the administration has been applied a few more times there will be no rascals left to turn out. New Jersey is firmly of the opinion that it pays to be the "home of the trusts.' During the fiscal year, New Jersey has profited to the extent of 8300,000 Viu fees and taxes, from corpora tions which have received their charters-'withhr her boundaries. " " "The prospect for ratification of the-Panama canal treaty -has l:caused renewed interest and ex ertion on the part of the would be members of the Panama Can al Commission.- Fortunately for the Presidenl he has retired to his Oyster Bay home for the summer. There are indications that Speaker-to-be Cannon will take a hand in the financial legisla tion at the next session of Con gress. Mr. Cannon is himself a banker and does not believe that a small coterie of senators should fix the financial policy of a nation. . Senator Lodge has promptly and effectually settled the rumor that he will be chairman of the republican, national committee. "He points out that he has his hands full with the Alaskan1 boundary arbitration and, more over, Mr. Lodge has no intention of resigning. Ex-Representative D r i gg s, who has just been indicted for taking pay from a concern whose goods he persuaded the Postoffice Department to buy, while he was a member of Con gress, Js a democrat. He is one of the worthies the republicans turned out ofdffice several years 11J2TO. Cholera Infantum. This has long been regarded as. one of the most dangerous and fatal diseases .which in fants are subject. It can be cured, however, when properly treated. All that is necessary ' is to give Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil, as directed with each bottle, and a cure is certain. For sale by E. B. and J. A. Ketcherside. u: : Seaside Excursions. Excursion tickets will be sold on each Sunday, Wednesday and Friday to and including September .30, to Santa Mon ica, Lonjr Beach, San Pedro, Newport Beach, San Buenaventura, and -Sinta. Barbara and return for $13.40: to Sah Francisco and Veturn for $.'$2.9r. Tick Jits good for S)0 days for return except that none will be pood latci than No vember 30. Stop-overs allowed west to7 Golton Only. W. H. Dkesskk. Ajjont. The distracting headaches from which so many women suffer make life a daily purgatory. If men suffered with head ache as women do, business would be almost at a staustill. Does not the fact that men do not suffer from these severe headaches ruggest that there must be a woman ly ciivzz for them? When" the womanly organism is dis eased, headache, backache, nervousness and sleeplessness are consequences which are sure to follow. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription cures headaches and other aches and pains by curing their cause. It establishes regu larity, dries unhealthy drains, heals in flammation and ulceration, and cures female weakness. It soothes pain and builds up the nerves. It transforms weak, sickly, nervous invalids into happv. healthy women. Thousands have testified to its'marvelous merits. "I took two bottles of your ' Favorite Prescrip tion awl two of the 'OoUlcn Medical Discovery and am feeling well." writes Mrs. Dan Mc Kenr.ie. of Tkorwav Mines, Cape Brcton Co., Xova Scotii. "I had uterine trouble, pain in the side and headache. After taking your medi cines I get well. Yon m.y publish this or use it in anv wav von think best, a I cannot speak too hig'ily of Dr. Pierce and his medicines." Favorite Prescription has the testi mony of thousands of women to its com plete cure of womanly diseases. Do not accept an unknown and unproved sub stitute in its place. Free. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent free an receipt of stamps to pay ccpeHsc of mailing only. Send twenty-one one-cent stamps tor the the- book itt-paper covers, or thirty-one stamps for the cloth -bound volume. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. Official Proceedings (Continued from first page. Assessments raised Aune. reter. raised Block 77 S fW 0G Agomoz, Elena, lot 15 " 7 167 Armenia, II., "4 " !' do " O'1 ' 9 "o: Andrade, Luz, pt lot 1 bk 10 7-5 A OB W. " 3, " 96 375 Alexander, L W pt " '2 " 21 75 Arizona Giant Copper Co,, m mchry 350 Burgess, Mrs WS est lots 1, S,bk 9 275 Brownstettcr & Romero, stock goods 3,500 Board finished A and part of B and adjourned until- 0 a. m., July 2, 1903. S. B. Hinds, Chairman. C. P. Cronin, Clerk. Board met pursuant to adjourn ment. All members present. On motion board adjourned as a board equalization and con vened as board of supervisors. Board examined bid of J. H. Langston for the performance of certain work to be done in the office of probate judge. Oh motion the board awarded the following contract to J. H. Langston for searching through all the files and papers on tile in the office of the probate judge of Yuma county, A. T., in the sev eral estates being administered' therein; either decedents, insane persons, minors and adoption matters, and rearranging the same: ascertaining what papers have been recorded and what papers should be recorded and preparing, same in proper form to be recorded, 90.00, said work to be commenced during the quarter ending September 30tht 1903. Clerk instructed to notify J. JE. Langston of said award. On motion, pursuant to bid submitted, the board awarded the following cou tract" to J. H.. Langston : For assisting D. L. LeVane, probate judge, in opening proper fee books, order books and min ute books, and systematizing same, 45.00. On motion, pursuant to bid submitted, board awarded the following contract to J.. H. Lang ston : For assisting probate judge in properly systematizing matters requiring the making and filing inventories and appraisements, and accouuts, reports of execu tors, administrators and guard ians, SG5.00. On motion, county recorder was granted permission to leave the territory for four days. Board adjourned ?,s a board of supervisors and convened as a board of equalization. The following assessments were raised: Bedoya, Rafael, lot", block 25 $ 75 Bel tram, S R ' 11, " 1U 350 Brown, CL " 2, " 115 315 Barney, Mrs E " 15, " 22 200 do pt " 2, " 22 15(1 Bnker,3IrsG "12, " 12 172 do Improvements 200 do lot 13, block 12 53 do " 3 " 93 275 do lt" 4, " 95 105 Balsz, Aleck 16, " 9 70 - Barlow, II M " 5, (i, " 149 - 50 Blaisdell, FGlots3, i. " 14S 50 do lots 13, 14. 15, " 118 KK do pt lot 6, " DO 224 do ptlot 3, " 15 14 1 do telephone system 550 B P O E Pt lot 3, block 15 114 Beltrani, F wagon 25 Ballance Bros nli sec 18, tp 9, s r 23 j v 32U acres 640 do improvements ... 500 " tToI 200 bogs 600 do 'farm implements 100 Ralsz.Jobn lot 12, block 110 65 (o improvements 75 Balsz. David lots 12, J3, block 'J 110 d pf-lot 2, Mock II 235 - jjjuiii, iiumuiiv: ill' J ft1. j tp 8, s r 23 w 20 acres 140 Bowers, F. M lot 5, block 10 1682 Baldanado, D lot II, block 21 815 Assessments lowered Baird Cora, M of 'A block 79 12 50 Baker, Mrs G vrii swH neH swH sec 21.tp8,srl7w 120 acres.... 120 At noon board took a recess until 2 p. m. Board met at 2 p. m. All members present; Assessments raised Baker, Margaret ptlot 1. block 11.. 231 do improvements 75 do lots., block 118 38 do lot 7, block 10 VH Cronin, Mrs C P pt lot 2, block 17.... 75 Cunningham, J R imp poss right 30 Chandler, Mrs R H ptlot 5, block 9C-. 180 do furniture 25 Caylor, G F wli scH sec 31 tp 8, r 23 80 acres 400 Camp, Jas neh' sek' sec 31, tp 8, r 23 w 10 acres 200 Chandler, R IJ safe 35 Cotter, PG ptlot 1, block 11 1125 do ptlot 9. block 11 UPS Trio pt lot 9, block 149 50 Cronin, Lillian, lots 17, 18, bk 133 75 Connor, Alice pt Iots8, 9, bk 13 219 do improvements 200 Casares, Eula lot 17,,block 9 117 Cooper, Harry block 81 50 Colo V P & I Co improvements 400- Dean. A L nwU sec 32, tp 16, r 22 o.-. 160 Donkersley, Ida lot 1, b'ock 91 ' 25 Duncan. R J estate pt lot 5, bk 7.. ' "--560 do " ' 9, " .7. 86 do " " 3, " .21- 467 do ' u 4. " 116- 25 do slj block 59 ' 50 do block 56 100 do- block 88 100 do block 89 100 do block 90 150. CoHle, Mrs Sam, listed sVs of swH sec 5 tp 10, s r 24 w 80 acres 210 Assessments lowered Cibola li & W Co machinery 200 Board adjourned until 9 a.m., July 3, 1903. S. B. Hinds, Chairman- C. PCronin, Clerk. Office of the Board of Super visors, Yuma, Arizona, July 3, 1903. Board of equalization met at 9 a. m. pursuant to law. All members, district attorney and clerk present. On motion, board adjourned as a board of equalization and con vened as board of supervisors. C. L. Brown appeared before the board on behalf of Jennie Mead, requesting that widow's exemption taxes, paid by said Jennie Mead under 'protest, for year 1902, be refunded. On. motion, the action of the board had, taken at the meeting held on the 26th of May, 1903, be reconsidered and request al lowed and that a warrant be drawn in favor of C. L. Brown, her attorney, to cover theamount of said taxes, to-wit, 55; 54. Clerk instructed to draw warrant for said amount. Chairman reports the approval of the following bonds: On June 11, 1903, B. J. Quinn, road over seer, district No. 8; B. J. Quinn, justice of the peace, Harrisburg precinct; C. C. Hayward, deputy clerk of the probate court. On June 18, 1903, approved the bond of EL C. Dunlap, notary public; June 22,. bond of Hiram Smith, notary public and T. D. Molldy, notary public; June 26, 1903, ap proved bond of Wm. S. Pease, notary public, and G. W. King,' constable,. Tyson Wells precinct; Valentine Westfall, bond deputy live stock- inspector. On motion, board adjourned as board of supervisors and con vened as board of equalization. Assessments raised Daniel, Onofre lot.7, block 16 ? 126 Devorc, Dan imp poss rights 125 Devlne, J. Riots 3, 4 block 22 50 De Vane, D Ii neH sec 31, tp 8, r 23 60 acres, SS0&r imp same 1100 400 Deal, F S lots 5, 6, bk 117 50 Doton, Jas pt lots 20, 23; bk 9 50 Denier, J 2f lot 9, bk 117 38 Dunne, John pt lot 1, bk 11 357 do " 9, 10,11, bk 96 .... 225 . do " 3, bk 97 -. 57 Delgardo,' Mrs M " 16. " 23 1029 DeCorse. Mrs Luce lot 16, bk 7 260 - do block 85 55 do .pt " 103 100 At noon board took a recess until 1:30 p. nu Board met at 1 :30 p. m. All members, district attorney and clerk present. Assessment lowered Donaldson, Maria 15 of V bk 79'. 8 12 50 Assessments raised Darling, M Son stock of goods 225 Dickinson, Wm H, listed 2 wk h'rsea 50 do wagon and harness 20 De Vane & Robinson, safe 25 do stock of goods . 400 DeWitt, J C listed ns of nw;seW of nwH, and neH of swJi sec 20, tp 9, s r 23 w 160 acres 480 150 345 150 7.10 40 100 428 75 100 152 390 100 50 350 50 130 100 110 Dorrington, J W printing ofllce do pt lot 17, block 7 do " 2, " 7.". do " 2. " 14." do " 7, " 8".. do " 8, " 8.". do " 7, " 12"- do listed " 7, " 118 do. raised " 9, " 12-- do do do do do do do Pt " 1, Pt " 8, " 1,2, " 12, Pt " 1, 12. 19. 10 133. Dunne, W J pt " 1, '' 7. pt " 5, " 7. do do do do pt " I. " B7 - " 25 improvements 100 listed safe 25 Dunn, May.raised pt lots 12. 13, bk 116 200 Dnnne Bros, stock of goods 200 do listed cash register-." 50 . do slot machine.-" 50 Cronin ADoan, listed 2sIot machines 100 On motion, board adjourned until July 6, 1903, at 9 a. m. S. B. Hinds, Chairman. C. P. Cronin, Clerk. By O. P. Bondesson, deputy. Office of the Board of Super visors, Yuma, Arizona, July 0, 1903.' Board of equalization met at 9 a. m. All members present. Board adjourned as board of equalization and convened as board of supervisors. Board examined treasurer's report for quarter ending June 30, 1903.. Application received from H. H. Hanley to have the board consent to assignment of part of lease of school -land from F. Toledo to H. H. Hahley. The land assigned is described as fol lows: S sw sec. 16, T. 6, S. R. 12 W. 80 acres. On motion, consent of board was granted to said assignment, and the chairman is authorized to execute said assignment oh the lease. Board adjourned as board of supervisors and convened as a board of equalization and pro ceed with equalizing assessments Raised Assessments Ewing. F. L.,. raised on furniture S 50 do lot 10. block 13 120 do sw ofsw H of se H, sec 25, t 8, s r, 21 w, 1Q acres 50 Empire Copper Co., listed mining machinery 200 Elliott. W. 11.. raised lot 3. 1, bk 10& 20 . ,di listed, block 91 250 Ewlng & Pool, Imp poss right 150 do wagons 85 do ' listed harness 30 Esqueta, Dolores, listed lot 11, bk 9. 500 da Improvem't same 100 Engel, C: G., listed wag'n and har'ss 35 Elckelberger, C.E., lot 11, bk IKS..... 75 Board adjourned asjequiliza- tion and convened as board of supervisors- at 1:30 p. 'm., at county treasurer's office to count money on hand. At 1:30 board met at treasur er's office and counted money on hand as follows: We, S. B; Hinds, chairman, W. E. Marvin and M. J. Nugent, members, and W. P, Timmons, district attorney, each and all duly sworn, upon. oathr one for the other, deposes and says, that by the statement and books of E. P. Sanguinetti, treasurer of said county, submitted and filed in the office- of the board of supervisors, there should be in the county treasury of said coun ty the sum of $7798.20. That we, each of us personally counted the money in the county- treasury of said county, and that we found, in- the said treasury the following sums and kinds of money, towit: Gold '. ..." S3500 Silver-- 293 26 Ccr of dept No. 1, J. W. Thornton,Son- 1000 " 2, do. 1000 " 3. do 1000 " "57 BankofYurmu 1000 Total 7798 20 And that said amount was in accord with the statement of the county treasurer for the quarter ending June 30th, 1903'; S. B. Hinds, Chairman. W. E. Marvin, Member. MJ. Nugent, P. Timmons, Dist. atty. for Yuma county. Subscribed and sworn to be fore me this 6th day July, 1903. C. P. Cronin, clerk. By O. B. Bondesson, deputy. On motion board adjourned as a board of supervisors, and con vened as a board of equalization and proceeded with equalization.. Raised Assessmen t Fredly, Fred, Jr., lot LA 3. bk 1S4-- S- 363" Fuquay, L. A., block 107 144 do listed on lots 10-11 bk.. 164 100 Frank, A.,pt lot 3, block 14 150 Flynn, Anna, ptlot, block 1 50 do " 2, " 1 30 do " 8, " 1 42 50 do " 9, 11 7 150 do 10, " 7 110 do " 17, " 7 30 do 4, ' 19 534 Figucroa, D. ptlot 8, block 19 1110 Fredly, Fred, furniture 15 do lot 9-10, block 2 110 Gilroy, Alice, pt lot 3. block 21 200 Green, Purflro, pt lot 8.,bloek 2 70 Gilbert, est J. W., sc H, s 2, 1 10, s r 24 w, 160 acres 160 Gray, E. L , lowered, n e U, s 19, t 6, r 12 100 Ghiotlo, M.. raised stock of goods-.. 500 Graham, F M imp poss rights 50 On motion board adjourned until 9 a. m. July 7, 1903. S. B. Hinds, Chairman. C. P. Cronin, Clerk. Office of Board of Supervisors Yuma, Arizona, July 7, 1903. Board of Eq utilisation, met at 9 a. m. pursuant to adjournment. All members present. Board proceeded with equali zation. Assessments raised Gandojfo, John stock of goods I 7000 do pt lot 1. block lj.... 810 do " 1, ' 14.... 1270 do "3,6. " li.... 549 do pt" 12, " 19.... 975 do 4, " 95.;.. r 110 cl5 5,S, ' ?5".. ' 33 Gandolfo, John block 104.... 100 do listed " 1, block 11.... 1920 Graham, F M imp poss rights 60 Godfrey, Mrs J H lot 2. block 13.-. 424 HeyUMraBen " 4, " IB 2470 do " 1, " 21.... 70Q Hayden, A M ne neH sec 80, tp 8, s r 23 w-40 acres 200 do listed imp 500 Hayden. a E eK. nwM nwH sec 31. tp- 8, s r 23 w 101 Hemphill, J T se& seH sec 30, tp 8, s r 23, and Improvements 250 Hickey, JL pt block 79.... 25 Haines, A N barber shop and fixtures 75 Hatch, R S lot 9, block 95.... 75 Hodges, PM, " 9,. "135.... 50 Hodges, Edw " 12, " 135.... 50 Hodges, P B lots 4, 13, H, " n7, and improvements 488 Hanloa, Hall n?4 nwH soc 30, tp 8, s r 23 w 20 acres 100 do lot 0, block 8.... Cfl do " 10, " 8.... 24 do " 2, " 10.... 120 do " 4. " 10.... 140 Hayward, C C swH' swjf seW sec 7. tp 9, s r 23 w 20 Assessments lowered Heyl, Mrs Ben on improvements 610 Higuerra, E lot 3, block 5.... 250 do listed h & k furniture 100 Board took a recess until 1 :30 p. m. Board met at 1 :30 p. m. All members present. Assessments raised laeger, Louie pt lot 6, block 20..- 1114 do 1, ' " 12.... 403 Ingalls, P " 84-.... 130 Ingulls, E B listed one wagon 10 Imperial. A lot l, block 18.... 100 do " 9, " 133-.... CO Ingalls, WS " 12, " 94..- 50 Jordon, T A nwf nwf & sH nwf sec 5, tp 9. s r 23 553 Johnson & Bowles, listed 2 horses 60 do raised wagon 0 do stock goods.... 2500 Johnson, O C listed musical Inst 150 do raised lot li, block 14 754 Jacobs, RC 6 horses 30 Jordon, P W neH nwM sec 5 tp 9 s r 23 w eoo Kiusler, J H b and k furniture. ..r;. .. 35 do listed ptlot 3, block 15 470 do " 123.... 100 Ketcherside, E B & J A 2 buggies and harness ., 40 do stock of goods.... 250 do jewelry 20 Kinney, A pt block 57 56 Karr & Kester, lot 7, block 96 75 Kent, Jennie lot-4, block 118 38 Kohler, G E pt lot 5, block 10 " 1069 do " 7, U 125 do lots 4, 6, " 14 538 do lots 9, 10.11, " 165 75 Lyall, M listed imp poss rights 20 do Jno 4 cows 80 Lynch, W J3 raised w wK sec 29 tp 8 s r 23 800 do neofnwi 200 Larrondc, Rosa stock of. goods 150 Lassell, L N wH. cli & nyt swK. and se svrH sec 5, tp 9, s r 23280 acres; and eJJ seH and sw& seK sec 7, tp 9, s r 23120 acres 1040 do listed farming imp 100 do wagon 60 do buggy 30 do "-fc&kfurn 30 Lyon, W H Hated slot machine 50 do jewelry 50 do raised stock goods.... 100 Lacy & Bcchtcl, lixtcd slot machine 50 do raised stock of goods 195 Laney, R P lots 5, C, block 06 ... . 254 Lowe, Thomas 4 horses . 20 Livingston, Rose lot 9, block. 116 56 Levy & Co stock ol goods 600 Lewis, C lots 8, 10, block 12.... 70 Loretti, Mrs J" lot9 " 16.... 120' do lots 9' 12, 13v 11. " 16.... 175 Assessments lowered Lindley, D A. M of seK sef sec 33, tp 7, s r 17 ?20; ytQl soc 6, tp 8, s r 16 250 do s',J swK sec 13, tp 6. 135 do sli sec 17, tp 6, S r 12 375 do c H & nrH. sec 3, tp 8, s r 17 85 Eindley & Co ncH sec 20 tp 6, s r 12 -.. 450 Board adjourned until 9 a. m July 8, 1903. S. B. Hinds, Chairman. C. P. CRONiN, Clerk. Notice. To the Tax-Payers of Yuma County, A. T. Office of the Board of Supervisors, ) Yuma, Arizona, Judo 24. A. D. 1903. f Notice is hereby given that I have this day received from the County As sessor the original assessment roll, and tlf& original lists of property, for the year 1903, and that the same are now open to public inspection.. The Board of Supervisors will meet on Wednesday, July 1, 1903, as a Board of Equalization tobe in session-from day to day until their work is complet ed, and not later than July 20- Witness my hand this 24th day of June, A. D. 1903. G. P. Cronin, Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, Yuma County, Arizona Territory. Notice for Publication Homestead Entry No. 2868. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Tucson, Arizona, July 10. 1903. Notice is hereby given that the following- named settler has filed notice of his inten tion to make final proof in sun- port of his claim, and that said proof will be maue neiore tne (JierK or tne District Court at Yuma, Arizona, on Saturday, August 22, 1903, viz: Daniel L. Grumbles, of Palomas. Arizona, for the K-is S, "W. H- Sea 13. and E.H S. B,H Sec 14. T. 6, S, R. 13 W., G, & S. R. B. & M. He names tne fouawuur witnesses to Drove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz; John C. Nelson. Wallace W. Low and JohnF. Nottbusch of Palomas, Arizona, and Joseph H. Fuquay of Yuma, Arizona. MIL.TUN K. MOOKE, Kecister. Firstpublicntlon July 15, .1903. TIME CARD Arizona Colorado Railroad Company EPES RWD0LPH, Pres. and Gen'l Mgr. E. A. McFARLAND, Asst. Gcn'l Mgr. Leaves Cochise for Pearce 11 A. M. AND 2;50 P. M. Leaves Pearce for Cochise 9 A. M. AND 1 P. M. Collections with S. P. Trains at Cochise. Effective July I, '03. E A, MCFARLAND, -THE- BANK OF YUMA YUflA, ARIZONA. 2 8 Capital Stock, Paid Up $10,000 2 LEVI SPARR, President S C A. PATTERSON, V.-Prealdcat R. S PATTERSON, Cashier , This Batik does a General Banking Business. Patronage Solicited. 2 TRPPQ i nuuv We Carry a Full line of CITRUS AND DECIDUOUS FRUIT TREES Special Attention Given to Ornamental and Flowering Plants.. ORANGE CO. NURSERIES R1CHHAN & MILLS, Prop's. OTSend for Price List. Report of the Condition of BANK ;i YUMA At. Yuma, in the Territory of Arizona,, at the close of business June 30, 1903. RESOURCES. Loans and' Discounts, less due from Directors $59,122.71 Overdrafts, 774.83 Due from Trust Companies, State and National Banks, 4,358.66 Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures, '. 5,000.00 Stocks, Securities, etc, 6,159.31 Specie, 3,594.70 Legal Tender and National Bank Notes. 560.00 Other Items carried as cash 803.13 Assets not included under above head's-, viz: Revenue Stamp,: 120.45" Total $80,493.29 LIABILITIES' Capital Stock paid-in, $100.00 Undivided Profits, 2,246.37 Individual Deposits, subject to check, 60,560,26- Demand Certificates of De posit, 2,260.00 Cashier's Checks outstanding, 537.00- Due to Trust Companies, State and National Banks; 4,889.66 Total $80,493.29 Territory of Arizona, Countv of Yuma,. ss I, R. S. Patterson, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. R. S. Patterson Cashier. Subscriged and sworn to before me this ninth day of July, 1903L W. E. Marvin Notary Public. seal. My Commission expires Jan. 21, 1905 Notice of Hearing in Contest. Department ok the interior, United States Land Office, Tucson. Arizona, July 8, 1P03. A sufficient affidavit of contest having been flled;in this offlce on. May 5. 1903,. by James W. Fuquay, against the homestead entry made Feb. 28, 1902, by Elmer I. Parksthe same being H.E. No. 4141, for the swH Sec. 24, Twp. lo. south, of Range 25 west. In which affidavit it is alleged that the said Elmer I. Parks has failed to make a legal residence on said land as required by law, that he has-becif absent from suld land for more than six months; that he is not now a resident of Arizona, but is and has been for more than six months resident of the State of California. and that said absenco has not been caused by "the ntryman's employment in the Army, Navy or Marine Corps of the United States. Upon the above affidavit a hearing was or dered fo June 24, 1903, but the notices have been returned by contestant with a further affidavit showing that personal service of the notice of hearing cannot be made upon the de fendant for the reason that he cannot be found, and asking that such notice be given by publi cation, which has been granted, and all parties of interest are hereby notified that a hearing of the above- case will be had at this office at o'clock p. m. of August 13, 1903, and that testi mony In the case will be taken before the clerk of the district court, at his office in the town of Yuma, Arizona, at 10 o'clock a. m. of August 6, 1903, John H, Baumajc, Receiver. First published July 15, 1903. t4 Notice for Publication Homestead Entry No. 2821. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Tucson, Arizona. July 10, 1803. Notice Is herebv civen that the following- named settler has filed notice of his intention to make 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 Satur day, August 22, 1903. viz: John C. Nelson, of Palomas. Arizona, for the S. W.U Sec, 18, T. 6, S. R, 12 W., G. and S. R. B. & M. , Hnifames the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz; Daniel L. Grumbles. Wallace W. Low and John F. Nottbusch of Palomas. Arizona, and Joseph W. Fuquay of Yuma. Arizona. jvujjiuiN it. muuKb, .Register. First Pub.. July 15, 1903. F inc Job Work a specialty at thi office. Hotel Gandolfo is admitted to bo one of the best houses on the coast. Ameri can or European plan. Fine meals are served iu the cafe, where you order what you want and pay for what you KCl. ORNAMENTALS owPRiNG pi aimta FLOWERING PLANTS FULLERTON, CAL. t SOLE AGENTS OF THE CELEBRATED t 4 4 t 4 4 4 f BUCK BEER f t t On Tap Saturday, the 11th, i I at the i flelLwood Whisky in Bond S 1892 After ten years' experience I have come to the conclusion that blended goods are not the proper J thing for the public. The above brand of whisky is kept behind my oar ana arawn lor customers m. direct from the barrel. The Exchange, W. H. Lyon, Proprietor. Cofd Air Storage i HARKET David Bafoz, Proprietor. ' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN BEEF, nUTTON, PORK, VEAL AND SAUSAGE. Alfalfa-Fed Cattle from the Salt Rrver Valley received by Rail Here- Yuma, Arizona. Dhmniy Dpctonf!in The Phcenix Restaurant hasfSs been morea to tne newiian-fe k dolfo Block, where you can?;. ; get one of the Best 25-cent ' Meals you ever ate: : : Oysters, Fish and Game 'Can be had in season. g TOM HUNG & CO. S. P. DEPOT RESTAURANT 210 Townsend Street Near Third Street, San Francisck, Cal. FIRST-CIASS HOME COOKING BEST COFFEE IX THE CITY Phone Bush 660 m. Lunches put up S. PERRERO; Propr. i rre Gem C. V. Meaden. fl Prop. Mala Street. Choice Wines, Liquors ana uigars Everything: First Class la every raped V And at Popalar Prices, f f Sick Headache? Food doesn't digest well? Appetite poor? Bowels constipated? Tongue coated? It's your liver ! Ayervs Pills are liver pills; they cure dys pepsia, biliousness. 23c. All druggists. 7 WkntTonr moustache or beard a btk'atifal "1 rron or ncn niacxr j nen uso BUCKINGHAM'S DYEjKU L 9 CTJ. cr Dll'iWTI. 5 8. P. U C;., NW. H.W.