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WEDNESDAY, MAT 41904:
t - - ; j :
:JKf4THLR itfPORT, : , V J
thvy ""vjjclfl: Humidity? XTtuFe.
: : " a ralij p m Max. Min.
BfotlncMlny- .... 50 2ft , ?q ! 51
Thursday. fi i) 1 No
pillar. 71 17 83 48
Saturd:iy. 63 ,20 72. 55
Suqday 50 " 35- 70 I 50
Monday - 1 20 7s j 50
Tuesday 58 15 80 j 52
Mcans .' 55- 80 ! .5?
Rainfall for the wsc!r, 0. inches.
Accumulated dcllcicacy of temperature for
week, 19 degree.
' S- I?.ACK"TTT
Official iu Charge.
East-bound: . Ko. 10. .10:2 p . m
do Sundet Limited. . 11:05 u in
vvest-Dound: JNo. if.. Ir.Oo a ra
do Sunset Limited. . 6:05 a ra
Look out for the dog catcher.
Ask for premiums of silverware at
..the Now York Store.
Miss May Neahr is at Picacho visit
ing her cousin, Mrs. L. B. Preciado.
All kinds of table silverware as pro
mhjms at the New York Store.
-Jra "Stanton,, one of the prison guards,
' is building a neat cottage on Orange
" avenue; ' ' ,
Yoiget full value for your money
and premiums of silverware as a cash
discount at the New York Store.
R. A. McPherson was in town Tues
day from his ranch at Lnguna.
"Don't fail to ask for coupons when
making purchases at- the New' York
. "Mrs. W. D. Robinson of Kopperl,
Texas, aeeompauicd by her grandson,
arrived here Saturday on a visit to her
daughter, Mrs. II. S. Patterson.
( Our motto is: -.The best goods for the
least money;... besides we give 3011 pre
miums of silverware as a cash discount.
The New York Store.
Frank Kelsor of the firm of Dunn &
Co.j FortunUf has been in town for the
past week shaking hands wi th hisniany
" Jlirgiving premiums we save on keep
.". . - ing books and general losses.
The New York Store.
f j' John Gandolfo has returned
ifef.fihorL visit with his- family
Wanted Position as cook,
inhotel or private familv. W
?ney, Gandojfo Hotel.
' ' The famonKentu'cky whisky-, Rich
land Jvye at The Ruby, Sole agents.
-f-V Thccity council has fixed" the 'salary
. 't of-.ilarshal Anderson at sixty dollars,
The finest line of cigars in the cityat
Kctcjierside's drug store. '
' ' ' The public schools, will clo.se this
week, 'after a vein- successful " term of
The largest assortment of -French
jcandy-In town at the Acme.
.TaakO'Brien, traveling engineer on
this divisionf was in Yuuia today "on a
tour of inspection of locomotives.
A uqtv line of elegant toilet articles
and .-perfumes at Ketcberside's; drug
Miss Grace Nealirls in charge of the
Acme ice cream parlor in the absence
of the proprietor, Ira Webster, who's
.visiting his mother in Napa valley, Cal.
If there is anything in the bakery
line that can be made frojn fiour or su
gar, you'll find it at the Yuma BakerfJ
postolfice cprne.r, ? r2'"
W. S. Clayton of Tulea, Texas, andj
J. P. Crawford of Canyon..Texas, called
- on the- Sentinel last Saturday. They
are looking over the valley with the
.view of buying farms.
, Wanted Your Laundry work: we
ask you to give us a trial. We have
the facilities and experience that will
do the best work work, that will be
satisfactory o you in every - way.
Alpha Xaundry Co: - 'Phone 212.
Mr. G, W. Heald, formerly with the
Sentinel, made this office a social call
Saturday. Mr. Heald has become a
rancher has a ranch property in
Yuma valley. Thfe Sentinel wishes
T him .every success.
The Yuma Bakery's" '.Milk Bread is
-conceded to be very fine-. Try a loaf.
Remember the-place, postofflce corner,
opposite Sangumetti's; Some store-
keepers may palm Off Ghinese breadion
you, but insisfc-qn hsvin'Milk Bread
f baked by the .Yuma Bakery.
JMr. and Mrs. Henry Wupperman
announce the marriage of their daugh
ter, Elizabeth Alma, to Mr. A. P. Mc
r Carton of the IT. S. geological survey,
jr to take place in Yuma, Sunday, May
loth. Mr. McCarton is " now stationed
1 at Santa Ana, Cal. . -.-
Ctqunty Recorder Cronin has been
doing some good work in systematizing
J the county records Uvis week, and the
? office is now. in better shape for handl
ing the business belonging thereto
than it has ever been.
' Farm lands, town property, residences
f and all kinds of real estate bought, sold
.ana rented by the Yuma Title '.Ab
stract Company, Bank of Yuma Build
rng, Second street.
Col. Richard Darling, superintend
ent and. manager of the. . Valensuella
Mining Company, is in Yuma frorr the
Quartzite district this week. He re
ports everything in a flourish ingveon
ditiorr in that section.
Hotel Gandolfo is admitted to be one
oftlTe best houses on the coast.v Ameri
.. European .plan r . Pine meals are
served in the cafe, where you order
wnac yoi want anu pay iov Treat you
" Letter List,
List of letters remainin
jfn the Yuma Postoliiee, May"4, 1904
BuguiB1 ' - - Jones, I W ward
Enrfequea? M .' . Mahriiket'E C - -
j Henderson. MrsHTt Torres, Fe'leeiana
. .Hern,. Henry S
Persons calling1 for above letters will
please say "advertised."
II. H. Chandler, P. M.
The Home of England's Wealth.
i mure possiuinues, Air. JJowers re
The Bank of England generally con- fei-.s to the town of Imnsri.il as "rh
tains suflibicnt"gol'd in sixteen pound-
bars to make 20,000000?- sovereigns.
The building covers three acres of val
uable laud and in it are employed
about 1000 people. Over 25,000,000 in
notes have passed over its counters.
The wealth of the average person de
pends largely upon his health, and if
.you have not this sure-foundation, then
you are very poor, indeed. Sickly
people, ueed hot be discouraged, how
ever, because Hostettcr s Stomach Bit
ters will make -them well and keen
them well. That is what it iw for, and
for 50 ycarsJhas never failed in its mis
sion. Try it for Sour Stomach, Indi
gestion, dyspepsia, nausea, belching,
constipation or malaria, fever and ague.
It will positively cure you. Avoid
Van Arman Dies In Oakfand.? '
A dispatch from Oakland dated April
2S tells of the death of niram Van Ar
man, who was .secretary of Arizona
during the administration of Governor
Trhle. He was afterwards in the ser
vice of the Southern Pacific Company
f( r a number of j ears as immigration
agent, and has been prominent in Cali
fornia affairs fo' a long period. We
knew- Col. Van Arman in Nebraska
more than thirty ears. ago. 'He. was aj
very bright man. His death resulted
from paralysis..' Bo leaves' a widow,
but no children ''- '
We offer One hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's CfituiTh Cere.
F. J. CHENEY, & Co., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known F,
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be
lieve him perfectlly "honorable i H
businesstransactions and linanchilly
able to carry but -any obligations .made
by their firm.
West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists,
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholer
sale Druggists, Toledo, O. .' .
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern-
allv. acting directly oft the blood and
mucous surfaces of-the system. Testi
monials sent free. Price 75 cents per
bottleVSold byialJ Druggists. -
HalHSFamilvVilisf aiV'the' best.""
Railroad 'Nonsense. "; -
The Boston Jounal - i? given as
authority for this crtip"Uon: -
"Mutters in connection; with the pro
posed new transcontinental line from
El Paso through to ban Diego, C11L, are
now rapidly shaping u;p. Ihe Fhelps
Dodge people are cowpositively knmvn
to be backing this enterprise and it is
their money that will pay for the con-:
jstriietion of the 225 miIe-4 of railroad
tb:be built during the coming spring and
summev between Yuraa. Arizona, and
San Diego, Cal. This read has been
in contemplation for several years past
and will mean very much, not only for
San Diego asa terminal point, but also
'for the mining districts of Southern
4iThe El Paso and South western road,
which is also owned by the Phelps
Dodge people, is, it is further Icqowp,
tjjr.be immediately extended; vresfc from
BJsbee. A rizona, to-connect with the
new San Diego-Eastern line at Yuma.
This new railroad construction will
bring about radical changes in. the
whole railroad situation in the south
west, and will open the way to some
very sharp competition with the South
ern Pacific people.. Southwestern in
terests 'both financial- and 'mining, are
very enthusiastic over the proposed
new line, anda profitable- business for
the road is assured from the very start.
It is now anticipated that the line will
be ready for operation some time dur
ing the coming fall."
It-is possible that the Phelps-Dodge
people are behind ah is' venture-, but it
is not possible that it will be completed
by next fall. If construction is begun
then and completed in a year thai will
be good progress.
A Sure Thing
It is said that nothing-is. sure-except
death and taxes, but that is not alto
gether true. Dr. Iving'3 iSew Discov
ery for Consumption is sure, cure for all
lung and throat troubles. Thousands
can testify to that. Mrs. C. B. Van
Metre of Shepherdtown, W. Va., says
"I had a severe case of Bronchitis and
for a year tried everything I heard of,
but got no relief. One bottle of Dr.
King's New Discovery then cured me
absolutely." It's infallible for Croup,
Whooping Cough, Grip. Pneumonia,
and Consumption. Try it. It's guar
anteed by all Druggists. Trial bottles
free. Reg: sizes 50c, $1.00,
Mr. E. F. Howe has sold the Imperial I
Press to Charles A. Gardner, .former
publisher of the Pasadena Daily Star,
Under Mr. Howe's management the
Press, as a weekly, has had no superior
in the southwest, a remarkable fact
when it is considered that less than
four years ago the spot where it is pub
lished was one of solitude a primeval
desert. The Press has been a power
in bringing about the change. Mr.
Howe, after a short visit east, will
again engage in newspaper work in
Southern California. The Sentinel
wishes him' -success whierejer he may.
r; Impressions ofJmperFal.
The San Diego S;in of April 20 con
tains an- "arficle from :the pen ofrex
Congressman Bowers of -the San Diego
djstricjtgiving; his' impressions-of the
wonderful Imperial country, ' formed"
from observations taken v.;hile on, a
business trip through that booming
section. He speaks of the country as
a revelation and says the half has not
, -'UULli rt,m
hew city of the plains," having "wide,
regularly laid out ,stveets and substan
tial buildirgs.!r He 'onl-; "remained
there a short time'; bute long'enough to
observe the manner in which- they are
trying to solve the dust probleiii irrir
gating or rather, soaking the streets
with water. Of his trip to Calexico,
Mr. Bowers said:
"My ride from Imperial to.Calcxicb,
sixteen miles, was a, revelation. I had
traveled over a large part of every
county in Southern Califcraia, as w.ell
as many of tlwj counties of San Joaquin
valley, and 1 thought I had seen large
irrigating systems. But the magnitude
of the irrigating system of this plain,
that for countless centuries had lain a
scorching desert, dwarfed all that I
Jiad ever seen. It is impossible to fix
a limit to its. development.5
On the subject of railroads; Mr. Bow
ers ventures, the opinion that the
Southern Pacific wjll be -.built from
Cal ex i co to Yuma within a - year, and
the section from Yuma to Old Beach
abandoned.-. "The first railroad that
will" come to S;j.u Diegoif ever anoth
er road comes here will be the South
ern Pacific, built from Calexico," fsa.ts
Mr. Bowers. They Sentinel predicted
the s$mo o?er a year ago.
r A: Startling Test; ,
To save. a . life;, Dr. T. G. Memtt, of;
Nx. ;Meboopany, Pa., made a' startling
test resulting in1 a wonderfut cure.
He writes "a patient was attacked
with ?iolet hemorrhages-, caused by
ulceration of fche stomach, I hsd of
ten found Electric Bittera excellent for
acute stomach and liver troubles s I
prescribed then. The patient gained
from the first, and has not had an at
tack in- 14 months," .Electric Bitters
are .positively guaranteed for Dyspep
sia,. Indigestion, Constipation and Kid
ney" troubles. Try thens. Only 50c
at all Druggists.
The Prison Break.
The affair at'tjatti territorial prison
last Friday was jirobably the most.dar
mg and desperate break for liberty
ever atterapteu there. The men eng
gaged in it were thoroughly foolhardy,
lwweverr.and trie only wonder isthat
several of them.-were not killed by
guards, vtho fired into then-very midst,'.
ss-istant juperintciKient w iiuer was-
able to be downtow!n toda-v and will
soon. Ixj entirely well. He received
quite a deep knife thrust below the
heart, ad was shc-fe in the Mh?h by
one of the guards. The latter was
only a ilesh wound and h-.ss already
healed. Convict. Buck, who fought so
desperately in defense of the vvrison of
ficials,, was stabbed just below, the
heart, the knife half severing a riband
penetrating the lung. He also receiv
ed a deep cut in the arm near the-
shoulder. His- wounds have- almost eu
tircl heaied, and the remarkable pari
of it is that not a particle of puss-- form
ed in either cut. Dr. Ketcherside, the
prison physician, says thai all of the
men who were wounded are almost eng
The action of Superintendent Grif
fith in ordeuinglhe guards to shoot re
gardless of'danger to officials, and" the"
decisive result of last Friday's -.rovoH,.
will doubtless have a deterrent ef
fect, and another break is noJLikely .to
occur soon. , - y K,
- "" '"V
J. A. Gulledge of Verbena, Ala. was
twice in tbe,hospital from a severe case
of piles causing 24 .tumoral After docT
toj-s and all remedies failed, Bucklen's
Arnica Salve' quickly arrested further
inflammation and cured h'im. It con
quers aches and kills pain. 25c, at all
The era of building and improve
ments of various kinds is quite marked
in Yuma of late. Several good resi-r
deuces are goimg np or just completed,
i the west and southwest part o tovifo,
and p?ans for others are beifsg consic
ered. On Oi'ange avenue the improve?
ment boors is decidedly vigorous. Or?
Shis handsome thoroughfare the Mar
vin residence and the double Hat of
Fred Martin are' about finished; an
adobe residenpe is being built for Mrs.
Connor, and a block west of the
avenue Mr. Figueroa is building
an adobe cottage.
"Do It Today."
'tn. ,r 'r,-,"
iue wme-wuru injunction, "xvever
put oir 'tu tomorrow what yon can do
today," is now generally presented in
this form: "Dait today!" That is the
terse. advice we want to give you: about
that hacking cough or demoralizing
cold with which you have been strug
gling for seveal daays, perhaps weeks
Take some reliable remedy for it
to-day", and let that remedy be Dr.
Boschee's German Syrup, which has
been- in use for over thirty-five years,
A few doses of it will undoubtedly re
lieve your cough or cold, and its con
tinal use' for a few days will euro you
completely. . No- matter how deep
seated your cough, even if dread con
sumption has'atfcaeked your lungs, Ger
man Syrup will surely effect a cure, as
is has done before in thousands of ap
parently hopeless cases of lung trou
ble. New trtal bottles 25c; ;.regular
size. 75c at De Vane & Robinson'sdru"
; : r
A I'. C, Beer is king of all" bee vs
Plans far Government Irrigation
A'lbjijc the.' Colorado.
The Los Angeles Herald- thus --tells
of" the work Qfc"irrigaihglands vlon;th.:
If present plans do not. miscarry ,"rt is
certain that actual construction of the
irrigation works for the lauds in the
neighborhood of Yuma will be com
menced next fall and that a sum be
tween $2,500,000 and VjOO.OOO will by
that time be availably for the work.
J. B-. Lippincplt, supervising engin
eer of the United 'Stiitesgeological
survey's veolaipationr 'service, returned
yesterday" from an inspection tripsin
Lower California, during which the
problem of irrigation of the Colorado
river lauds was under consideration.
! Mr. Lippiucott for the past three
"weeks has "been in--co'trsultation with
the board of consulting engineers sent
from" Washington by the-? secretary of
the interior to pass upon the plans and
estimates which hart? been prepared by
the engineers who have been- working
under his .supervision'. E. -TPe"rkins,
also of Los Angeles, has for the past
year been in charge of the work of the
engineers in the field.
The board of consulting engineers
consisted of A. P. Davis, assistant chief
engineer of the United States reclama
tion service, and formerly one of the
engineers of the isthmian commission;
George .Y; Wisner, an engineer of na
tional reputation, from Detroit: H. N.
Savage of National &ity.,'John Quinton
and A. II. Sanders .of cLos Angeles, and
G. B. Hall of Georgia." ' 1
Thomas II. Mcans'of the agricultural
department, a noted soil expert who
has recently returned from a tour of in
succiiun 01 ine irrigation warns in
eyit it.V-'tecj.with the hoard; as adviser
While-.af. Yuma the party, drove over
the entire area, under discussion visited
the Laguna.darn site and followed the
lie of the canal surveys. They. also
held various consultations with farmers
and Mr. Means made an address at
Yuma, in which he emphasized th&
great fertility of the soil and its won
derful possibilities, declaring1 that it
compared- more than favorably with
that of the far famed valley of the j$ile
The land inspected, which will '.qventu
ally be benefited by .the irrigation
work, consistsof one hundred thousand'
acres. A small portion of this is 1
ready in an experimental stateof culti
vation. The lands extend from twelve
miles above Yuma to the Mexican line
About one-iifth of these lands is at
present included in the Yuma Indian
reservation, a large proportion of whicl
will be thrown open-for homesteads, an
ample reservation .being still retained
for "the Indians. ' .;v - v ' j-
The board, of engineers "expressed
themselves lis thoroughly, pleased with
the plans and. - estim'ates of ;t-he work
and the comprehensive manner of in
vestigation "and its intelligent -repre
seutatiori to the board. There is everv
probability- that the boartf vill prompt
ly make- a favorable report to the.,seo
reta'ry of the interior and that Aie re
port will recojnmond an. immediate
allotment from the fund of S.'IO.OOOOOO
already available irt-the United States
t reasury, for the. development of irri
gation of arid lands. .
The belief is confidently expressed
that actual construction will begin
early next fall. -"" " " "'' "'
The proposed regrrTatiorr of the river
is calculated to aid the settlement and
development of the lands around Im
perial by insuring a sufficiency and reg
ularity of water supply to all settlers
The importance of the work and the
prospect that such a large sum of mopey
willbe availabTeiwfthih a fev raonUis
will be- generallyiTunderstood as.of
enormous advantage to the general de-
velopmentof Southern California,
Made Yoimg Againi-
'One of Dr. King's New Life Pills
each night for two weeks has put me in
my. 'teensr again, writes D.H. Turner,
of Dempseytoivn, Pa.Theyre tho?best
in the world for Liver, Stomach and
Bowels. Purelv vegetable. 5' Never
gripe. Only 25c at all Druggists."
A large Marble Soda Fountain, Fnll
Ice Cream Manufacturing outfit, in
cluding, Freezers. Refrigeraors,Paek-
ers, Spoons, Plates, Glasses,;Extrac'ts,
tc. The first cost over $1700.00; will
sell for 8390.00 cash. " " "
Address C. E. M.,
M'cKee's Cash Store,
t2 Phoenix, Arizona,
We can .lire withotTt'-books-r-.
What is knowledge but sorrow?'
We may live without beauty
It fades on the morrow". .
We can live without law suits
Indictments are .quashing:
Hut where is the man
Who-can- live without washing?
Phone 212 - Alpha Laundry
Forty acres patented land within -3
miles-of Yuma, at $40 per acre. Ad
dress P. O". box 46", Yuma. mch'Jtf :-
Yuma Heights Sanitarium
Is now open for invalids and others.
Forterms,etc, inquire at"KetchersidesT
The Companv Ranch, 4-1 miles frpra
'Yuma, will be sold in 20; aci;e -lots,! or"
more. For particulars inquire.p.f Yuma
Title Abstract Co. - inch9fef ;
Two furnished,rdoms, next door to S.enr
tinel office. - ' '
TO CURE-A-COLQ IN ONE DAY
Take Luxative:Bromo Quinine Tablets
All -druggists 'refund thehi'onejif iti
Coine to most pnopk and cause many
troubles, pimplos, boils . anil other
eruptions, besides loss of appetijo,
Hthat.i -tired, fecttfjgi.-fits of biliousness,
indigestion and hoadttcho. '. :
T he Kooner one-gefs rwlrof'them Wi1.
better, and t ho w;f'y.i;Q gflyfi'ff; tlient
aiid lo build tip Mf?i.-sy.Kfein'l has
Kiiifered from thorn is f.o takeR"':-
Forming in combination' flie-Spring
Medicine par wr.epnccr(, nwqu.illpd
streiigtU, in purifying f-hts blood as
rIkuvh by unequalled, radical and per
Scrofula Satt Rheum
Scald i-Jead' Boils, P!mpJo
A'dyKinds of Humor Pspr.iasjs
etood Poisoning . RhGumaXfsnr
Catarrh Dyspepsia, Etc
AiT.ept nnrfsrttits;V fiul'b'c sure to
."t Hood'ti. and get it, today
i .Mr. James Pennie," :"vho eniYo Los
Angelessbmc weeks ag6forvth'e pur
pose of a medical examination, return
ed -Monday night, :registering at the
Gandclfo. The cause of his return was
to make final proof on his" homestead in
Yuma valley.- Mr. Pennie's case is in
a measure puzzle to the surgeQiisa't
the.Deaconcss hospital, .where'he has
been staying, and some alarm has been
feltWervhi3 "cbnQitiohf '-'One- "ot 'Mrt
Pennie's feet was the source of his trou
ble and after an examination She sur
geons decided to amputate one of the
toes. Following this operation im
provement has not been satisfactory,
and the doctors now say that the foot
will have to come off. We are sorry te
learn of Mr. Pennie's misfortune, which
he thinks is the result of "exposure and
hardships, and improper Tood eaten,
while serving in the Cuban army, the
young man having been a lieutensnt
finder the command of General Gomez
in the Cuban revolution. Mr. Pennie
was. accompanied to Yuma by Miss
Newman, his nurse at the Deaconess
hospital, and is in her care'and charge
while here.. They will .return to Los
The members of the Spanish-American
society in Yuma are setting their
pins for a grand time on;Sundayr. May
8, for which 'occasion - the. steamer
Searchlight has been chartered for an"
.excursion down the river and a basket
picnic. The trip will extend to the
Imperial headgate-and return, fare for
the round trip being" $1.00 for adults
and 50 cents for children under 12. The
weather and other conditions are so
nearly perfect that the excursion prom
ises to be oue of the most delightful
that could be imagined. Tickets are
onsirle at the drug stores. There will
be a soda" fountain aboard the boat
and all kinds of soft drinks and refresh
ments will be served at regular
prices, " -
-Mr- 'EI. E. E'mpey. who recently came
to Yuma and laid the groundwork for
extensive investments, died at Pasade
na April 23rd, of consumption. The
news of his death was telegraphed by
his wife to Dr. Ketehersi.de, Mr. Em
pey's physician during his stay here.
Before leaving for California Mr. Era
pey awarded the contract to": J. W.
Johnson for the erection of a two-story
frame of 1G rooms oh First avenue, to
be occupied as a foo'ming house.- Work"
was commenced on the-building this
week. r .
Zapeda, who fdlled McDonald at
Agua Caliente some months ago, was
convicted of manslaughter at Phoenix
on Tuesday, Zapeda was nearly "the
whole thing at Calieijtc, being a school
trustee, road overseer, deputy sheriff,'
hotel keeper and stage driver. The
mairhe killed was a saloon, keeper.
The trouble which led to the- killing
was the attention paid by M-oDouald to
Zapeda "s wife.
Mr.. A. H. Smith died. at thejiome of
his- parents, Captain"" and" Mrs. U. S'.
Smith in West Yuma, .last Friday
morning, aged 21) years. The funeral
took place Saturday afternoon from the
family residence, the services being
conducted by Rev. J. A- Crouch. The
many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Smith
have the sympathy of a large circle of
friends in their sad affliction.
The democratic county central com
mittee met" last-Saturday at the court
honse and the following, were elected
as delegates to the territorial conven
tion at Tucson May 23rd: M. J. Nu-
ent, Col. .John Shanssey, O.P.Bon
(lesson,. W. p. Timmons, J.M. Thacker,
Frank Turner, S. B. Hinds, M.Winsor,
and " J. F. Nottbusob.. The delegates
were instructed for Hearst, - i
When you come to town call at The
Rubv and see the latest.
Ice cream at the Acme all the time.
At the Old Plantation the specialties
are .Old Plantation and Hunter's Rye
Shanssey and MpNKOE & Co
Sweet and wholesome bread you
can't help liking it at Shorey's.
Come into rity parlor said the spider
to the ffVj'and while there have a dish
of ice cream. The Acme. r
A bunch of. keys, between:. thepost-
oflice and the Catholic church. 'Finder
please leave same with Father Durand,
Los" Angeles Express! 'Best evening
paper inthe south west;.' -oOe.'iper month.
Delivered at your door. See Shorey
Mining locations, conforming to the
new mirriug laws, for sale ut the'Senti-
nei onioe, - i7
XAtcstLJniiig.. Location Blanks
JOHN OAiNTOlfO. Proprietor
Dealer m General Msrcftandise
Free delivery to a-uj p-.trt of the city. Satisfaction ' hi
quality as well as price guaranteed.. .
Wagons, Carriages', Buggies; und'all
kinds- of Farming Implements sold on small commission
we saucir youR mm patrorage -
9 Wrought Iroir 40
Pipe and Fittings,
llnsT. . 9-
q RobbrtProof TVFre .
- Smooth Wire,
Paints, pils. Var-
Cement, Linrc; a.
O Mafr, PrasterrEtc.
9 ' -
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY. .
Turns Out Fifst-CIass Work
"5" Leave orders at Harry JforrLs's
Cold Storage for Our Meats r &
Qm Them- fre&fi: S Tender W'-'
YUMA MEAT MARKET
P. B, H0DQE5, Proprietor.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in ail kinds- of Fresh and .Cured Meats,"
Butter, Eggs and Cheese. Most perfectly equipped
Meat Market in" Arizona. -T
Gandolfo Block, YUMAr.:"RIZONA.
Notice of Posting of Seitlernenf flf-AcGOUfit
IN THE- PROBATE CbUJRT
of the County of Yuma,
In the- matter of the e- i ,
tate -of Abbie Denier, - .
deceased. . ". . ) .
Notices' here'by giverc-'that James N.
Denier, the administrator of the" estate
of Abbie Denier, deceased, has render
ed and presented, and -filed in said
court, his final .account of his adminis
tration of said estate: and that Satur
day, the 14th day of May.' 1)04, at 1Q
o'clock a. ro., at the court room of said
courtr at the court house in the town
of. Yuma in said Yuma county, has been
duly appointed by the said court, for
the settlement of said account, at which
time and place any person interested
in said esta.te may appear and .file his
exceptions in writing to the said ac
count and contest the same.
Dated May 2r 190-1. ' t2
Seal D. L. De -Vane: -
' .- - .Clerk.
Order to Show Cause Why De
cree of Distribution Should
Not; be Made,
IN -THE PROBATE COURT
Of the County of Yuma, Territory
of Arizona. .
In the matter of Che estate of)'
Abbie Denier, deceased,.
On reading and frling the- petition of
James IS". Denier, the administrator of
theestate of Abbie Danier, deceased,
and praying among other things for an
order of distribution of the residue of
said estate among the persons thereto
entitled: . '
. It is ordered that all persons inter
csted in the estate of- the said Abbie
Denier, deceased, be and appear before
the Probate court of the said .cuunty
of Yunfa, at the court room of said
court in the town of Yuma, in said
Yuma county, 'on Saturday, the 14th
day of May, 1004, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
then and there to show cause why an
order of distribution should not be'
mado of the residue of said estate
among the heirs of the deceased, ac
cording to law.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this .order be published for two success
ive weeks; before the said 14th day of
May, 1904, in the 'Arizona Sentinel, a
newspaper printed and published in
the said Yuraa county,
D. L. De Vane,
Dated May i 1904.
. If you dcink Mineral Water
Sold by JOHNSON
VJTboIesal'e rnd Retail'
and Buiitiing Hardware,
B.arljcrShopv west jftfiTJof Main Street
" - ';- r
.Have your . meals at-jcKhr
Bpurding House.- . "7-1:
Weals: 25c and ifp..-; J
. : Sunday Dinner: 35c,
MEAL-HOURS Week ddys-":---Breakfast,
5 to 10 a. m.. Dhraer,
11 :3Q a.m. to 2 p.m., Supnetfj- 5:36
to 8 P.M. .H
You'll find your meals Just-as
you like them, and, if desired,
can have them cooked, to .order
All kinds of Spanislvdishes, if
you like them.
All home cooking. Come and
try our fare. ;
Mrs, D. L. Ifeahr
flelhvood Whisky in Bond
After ten yearar experience-1
have come to the conclusion that
blended goods-are not the proper
thing for the pnblic-. The above
brand of whisky kept behind
my baran dntwn for customers
direct from the barrel.
W. H. Lyon,
Save the Middloman's
Profits - '"
THEN BUY YOUR
Mesquite or Cottcnnosd
J. H. MEADOWS,
Stovcwood aay deirtsleugth. fonr and eight
loot wood. '
Eminent phjraicians rttomnKm
Qrr co3arwhere -wftofraomr-.
stimunl is required,
VVd iirth Mdicl Dpffwirt
the U3.Army.Nvy 3rvkr.
' GILROY & MORSTT1,
jj Sole Agrenta and Distributors &
J Murilrt Uye vA The Ruby,
xinf lu uunv -ri, rv -VTFOve S'Sl-L'tiat
it on ench box. 25c,
PATENTS. Ha,-: HaliJirARirel