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J, W, DORRINGTON, Proprietor. VUMA, - - - ARIZONA OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1907. WEATHER REPORT. For the week endina July .TO. 1PC7. Day of Week I Kelatire Tempera Humidity. ture. ra tr. 5pm Max. Min. 79 30 97 79 CtJ 27 j 99 7.-, 57. 12 100 70 fu 33 88 G9 79 IS 101 C9 Gi 30 10o 03 70 21 104 78 I C7 27 j ioV 70 Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Means. Deficiency of temperature for the week 19 degrees. Rainfall. for the week, trace. S. HACK KIT, Ofhcial in Charge. Normal rainfall for the year, from 26 years' record. 2.97 inches Southern Pacific Train Schedule, Y ma, Arizona, June 6, 1!07. Arriva. and departure of Passenger trains: EAST-BOUND TRAINS. No. 44 arrive G-lo pm depart 6-20 pm No. 8 arrive 8-o am depart 8-35 am No. 10 ar. 10-10 pm depart 10-20 pm WEST-BOUND TRAINS. No. 43 ar. 10-33 am depart 10-45 am No. 7 arrive 10-00 am dept. 10-10 am No. 9 arrive 2-35 am dept. 2-45 am J. T. CLAYTON, AGrENT. Perry O. Spittler has gone to Pasa dena, where he joined Mrs. Spittler. Something to drink, pure and whole some Alhambra Water and Ginger Ale at Alexander & Co. 's, the up-to-date grocers. Mrs. L. L Goodwin, mother and children, have eone to the coast to spend several weeks. The Yuma Ice Co.'s extra dry ginge.i ale is on sale wherever drinks are sold. Try it. Mrs. Neil Edgar is here from Pierce, to visit, her parents, Mr. aud Mrs. E. I?. Knapp. Racine Wagons and Buggies can't be beat, in either quality or price. Alexander & Co., sole agents. P. C. Nichols, a real estate salesman from San Diego, is here again, having visited Phoenix and Tucson since his recent visit to Yuma. Co'me and see our new line of per fumery, toilet articles and preper ations best that can 6e secured. Kctcherside Drug Co. H. EL McPhaul has returned from a trip to the Ibex-Plomosa, mines, where evertWug is looking fine. The Yuma Ice Co.'s soda water is the best. Only pure, distilled water is used in its manufacture, therefore it is also the most healthful. Drink no other. Joseph Norvell. national bank ex aminer, inspected the First National Hank Monday, and found everything in excellent condition. Drop in and see jour friends af the Old Plantation; you'll be sure to find 'era there. - Ij. .C Stahl, of Sanguinett's, has gone to Pornland. where he is visiting his wife and children, who are spend ing the summer there. lied Ribbon Beer is the Mest. At Alexander & Co., the up-to-date gro cers. Mr. and Mrs. S. Felger left for the coast Tuesday. M-s. J. M. Thacker and son are vis iting on the fo;ust. John Fishbaugh, Sr., has gone to Txs Angeles. He has recovered from a long illness. Daniel E. Montes has received from "Washington otKoial recognition of his app"intment as Consul from Mevico to Yuma. The Todd Copper company has lo cated on five new claims in the Weaver district. I J. Court has filed on two claims in the Harcuvar mountains in the Hydra district. W. H. Averill," Southern Pacific superintendent for the Tucson division, was here Monday. Cliarles E. Dalby, of the telephone' service, has joined his family at Long Beach for a few days. Joe Hals, and A. T. I'ancrazi visited their homesteads Saturday, to look after things there. Alex Alvarado is in from the Palo--mas country, where he is mining some rich claims he owns. Gus Peralto is enjoying his vacation on the coast. He .is a clerk in the New York department store. Eugene Ingram left Monday for the coast, to spend two or three weeks. Mrs. J. Ij. Redondo and children are yisiting jriends in Phoenix. John Gandolfo, Jr., returned to San Diego, Sunday to join his parents, who' have made that city their permanent home. . , Sam Dorsey was given a pleasant surprise party by his young friends at liis bachelor home on Main street last Friday night. Mrs. W. B. Cloyd was chaperone for the young folks. A lirst class public road from Yuma the entire length xi the valley is one of Yuma's greatest needs, according to Engineer Louis C. Hill, who was here with t he Garfield party. Sheriff Gus Livingston came homo Tuesday a well man. He bad a great deal of trouble with his left hand, which be cut with a glue bottle, and in which he had blood-poisoning. He is still shaking hands with his left band. His family will remain at Long Beach for a few week'--. flexlcan Independence Day. Yuma's Mexican colony is preparing to celebrate September 10, Mexico's clay of independence, in a fitting man ner. To this end a committee on ar rangements has been appointed, con sisting of Consul Daniel K. Montes, chairman: Gus Molina, secretary: A. L. Verdugo, treasurer; on finance, ludge .1. L. Redondo, Henry Leyy, Gus Molina, Joe Venegas, Consul Mon tes: on program, L. Foutana, Miguel Monroy, Robert. Tapia, R, Monroy, and Judge Redondo. This occasion is always one of Yuma's big fete days and the Mexican people will make it one of the best ever this time. Consul Mon tes is enthusiastic about whatever he goes into and is making many warm friends here. A Wonderful Clock. A clock which the inventor claims will run 2000 years was recently con structed Jjy an Englishman. The mo tive power is a small piece of gold leaf, which is electrified by a small quantity of radium salt. He also claims that it will keep correct time, but costs about one thousand dollars to make. Among medicines the most ;onderful is Hos tetter's Storaa'cli Bitters, being first compounded 54 years ago. It should therefore appeal to every sick man or woman who desires to be made well again. One trial will convince you that there is nothing else like it for curing sick headache, flatulency, poor appe tite, heartburn, sour risings, dyspepsia, indigestion, cramps, diarrhoea, or ma laria, fever and ague. Try it today. It is guaranteed under the pure drug a:ct of June 30, 1900. A telegram from Washington to the Reclamation Service officers of Yuma states that the titles to the Gravity canal have been approved. This leaves nothing in the way of the irrigation of 10,000 acres of fine valley land for the present year. Mr. Hill says if the farmers will put at least 1000 of this in canteloupes, the income will be at least $10'),000 net, after the farmers have paid for their labor and water. $100 Reward $100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science lias been able to cure in all its stages, and that is catarrh. Mall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Ca tarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system, thereby de stroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assist ing nature in doing its work. The pro prietors have so much faith in its cura tive powers that they offer One Hun dred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure, toencl tor list of testimonials. Address P. J. CHENEY & ,CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for consti pation. Dr. A. .1. Chandler of Mesa, who was here Sunday night on his way home from the coast, said that canteloupes at Mesa paid him and many other farmers as much as $200 net. lie said Mesa people would be glad if Yuma would send a delegation over there some time to study the canteloupe situ ation. Endorsed by the Countyl ' ' The most popular.remedy in Otsego county and the best friend of ray family.' writes Wm. M. Diet., editor and pub lisher of the Otsego Journal, Gilberts ville, N. Y., "is Dr. King's New Dis covery. It has proved (o be an infalli ble cure for coughs and colds, making short work of the worst of them. We always keep a bottle in the house. I believe it to be the most valuable pre scription known for lung and throat diseases." Guaranteed to never disap point the taker. AH drug stores. Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. The Signal Copper Company, owning and working 24 claims in the Hareou var mountains in this county, is ar ranging a sale of stock to payoff its in debtedness, which amounts to a total of $33,500. An agreement with S. W. Dorsey has been filed whereby Mr. Dorsey undertakes to dispose of the stock for the company for this purpose. The agreement was filed with Kecorder Polhatnus. The sale is to be made to New York parties. The chief holder of the company's stock at present is J. F. Baxter of Pasadena. Remedy for Diarrhoea. Never Known to Fail. "I want to say a few words for Cham berlain's'Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. 1 have used this preparation in my family for the past five years and have recommended it to a number of people in York county, and have never known it to fail to effect a cure in any instance. I feel that I cannot say too much for the best remedy of the kind in the world." S. .Tegison, Spring Grove, York county, Pa. This remedy is for sale at Ketcherside's drug store. It is reported that Thomas W. Law son, the Boston financier, has purchased a controlling interest in the smelter at Humboldt and will cause its capacity to be greatly increased. This will be a fine thiny for Yavapai county and for all the mining properties in northern Yuma county as well. Lawson will bo followed by confidence and capital. Regular as the Sun" is an expression as old as the race. No doubt the rising and setting of the sun js the'most regular performance in the universe, unless it is the action of the liver aud bowels when regulated with Dr. King's New Life Pills. Guaran teed by all druggists. 25c. Visit and Reception. Hon James K. Garfield secretary of the interior, arrived in Yuma Sunday morninsr at 8:10 o'clock and Yuma did herself proud in his entertainment. With the secretary was F. II. New ell, director of the Reclamation Ser vice. Robert Parsons. Auditor of the Treasury for the Interior department, and Huirh A. Brown, Mr. Garfield's private secretary. At the. depot to meet the party were Governor Joseph H. Kibbey, Secretary W. F. Nichols, Col. Epes Randolph and the Yuma reception committee. The party took the steamer Search light at once for Laguna. Those going up besides the persons already men tioned were W. J. Doran, vice presi dent of the California Development coi"pany: II. T. Cory, general niana ger, and F. C. Herman, chief engineer of that company; IS. G. Humphrey, district freight and passenger agent of the Southern Pacific; D. V. Pontius, Southern Pacific commercial agent at Riverside; Louis C. Hill, Francis L Sellew, M. D. Vincent, L. M. Lawson, J. L. Rhead, .of the Reclamation Ser vice; E. F. Sanguinetii, I. L. Deaver, Wm. Peterson. O. P. Bondesson, .1. P. Miller, A. H. Kent, M. Winsor, and J. N. Speese. At the dam they we're met' by Sr. the resident engineers, A. J. Fontleroy and Jack Whitnev. Thev visited the Arizona side of the dam first and then the California side. Secretary Gar field expressed himself pleased with the progress of the work and with the plan. He said that in Laguna diim lay the key to the river's control, and that it was the opinion of the. govern ment that Imnenal valley would one day want to use this dam, because they felt that in the end to tie its canal onto a dam extending entirely across the river would be the only way to abso lutely guarantee the Imperial country water, and that even though they did not need such a canal down there for a long time, it would pay in the end as a water insurance. He admitted the present plan might answer for some generations. The Secretary feels a great conli- dence in the success of Laguna dam, because he says it will control the wa ters both horizontally and vertically, and will give sluiceways on both sides to let out the thickest of the mud which gathers, and because water can be let out on both sides at the same time, so that the valley on either side can get water whenever wanted. The party had a fine lunch aboard the boat as they came back. They had :i rough river going up, but got theVe about noon. Coming back they were only about an hour and a half on the way. Then they became the guests of Col. Epes Randolph and went to see the California Development company's leyee and headings. '"This is splendid," Secretary Garfield said. He told the people that they must join the people of Imperial valley in adver tising this country's resources and possibilities, and that the two bi projects should always be in sympathy and not knock. At night at the hotel there was a big reception attended by everybody in the city. Mayor DeMund presided, and Mr. Bondesson made the speech of welcome. The band played several numbers. Secretary Garfield made a straightforward talk in which he made it plain that if anybody had fault to find with the Iteclamation Service di rector they would have to support their kicks with facts. He spoke of a document now in circulation as unfair and full of statements not correct. Presumably he meant the call for a convention of dissatisfied people to be held immediately before the conven tion at Sacramento this month. He said that the farmers of Yuma valley would need time, work, patience and courage to get the best results from their land. He told the people it was the President's policy to save the resources of the country for the people and that the President could guarantee them that this would also be the policy of the next administra tion. Mr. Roosevelt says the people must own and control the water and the trees and that they also should have a control of the coill fields of America and all the big natural sites for reser voirs. The Secretary urged the farm ers to learn all about the uses of water, said their failure or success depended, on their doing this. Mr. Newell made a fine speech along the same lines. In speaking of the opening of the Indian reservation he said he thought the service would allow only the minimum of five acres to each settler, as it would cost so much to manage this land rightly, and as the man with a little land got along better than the man with too much land. A good many people have expressed themselves as feeling that this is too little. However, no one man could properly cultivate a very large area of such land. Mr. Newell explained that the Gravity canal would be under water next year in time to assure the farmers under ft plenty of water for their crops until such time as the La guna project is finished. Governor Kibbey made the closing speech and told the Secretary and his party that as warm as was the welcome of Yuma they would probably get a hotter one at Phoenix, which was as if to say that Phoenix is the hottest place, and that is so. Governor Kib bey said he had a high regard for men of Garfield's build, because they were workers. The private car in which the Gar field party traveled was attached to No. 10 Sunday night, as was Col. Ran dolph's car, and they left for the Tonto Basin. Col. Randolph gave them a special train out of Maricopa. Engineer Louis C. Hill was down from Roosevelt to meet the party and arrange for their trip through Art zona. Mr. Hill is enthusiastic about the Laguna project. He stated while here that farmers in the valley could easily make one hundred dollars an acre net from cantaloupes alone and work only four months to do so. He believes in small farms thoroughly handled. Cheap crops do not pay here, he says. For an Impaired Appetite. To improve the appetite and strength eng the digestion I ry a few doses of i 'hara berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Mr. J. S. Seitz of Detroit, Michigan, says: "They restored ray appetite when impaired, relieved me of :i bloated feel ing and caused a pleasant and satisfac tory movement of the bowels." Price 25c. Samples free at Ketcherside's drug store. Wingate Lindsay has advertised for a wife. He wants one who is either French, Scotch, XQerman or English, but not Irish, and says she must weigh 130 pounds, be between 25 and 35 years old and stand 5 feet 4 inches high. He wants her to be good natured and poor and to know how; to cook, Mr. Lind sav has a ranch a mile and a half from town and he wants a lady to preside over his homestead. "EveryDody Should Know," says C. G. Hayes, a prominent business man of Bluff, Mo., "that Bucklen's Ar nica Salve is the quickest and surest healing salve ever applied to a sore, burn or wound, or to a case of piles. I have used it and know what I'm talk ing about." Guaranteed by all drug gists. 25c. Three Japanese escaped from immi gration ollicers on the way from San Antonio to San Francisco. The es cape was made between Tuscon, where they were last counted, and Yuma, where they wore missed directly after the train left the depot here. One of the officers turned back at Imperial to look for the missing men. The Japs are being deported and were frm along the border between Texas and Mexico. Eczema. For the good of those suffering with eczema or other such trouble, I wish to sav, mv wife had something of that kind and after using the doctors' reme dies for some time, concluded to try Chamberlain's Salve, and it proved to be better than anything she had tried,' For sale at Ketcherside's .drug store. The boys of Co. .11 arexpected home August 9 or 10. They are having a great, time at the encampent at pamp Brodie. Theirs is the fullest und the finest company of the regiment.. They held an election in camp and .lames M. Polhamns was elected first lieutenant and Bayne second lieutenant, both re ceiving every vote. A Guaranteed Cure for Piles, Itching, Blind, Bleeding, Protruding Piles. Druggists arc authorized to re fund money ifPAZO OINTMENT fails to cure in ( to 14 days. 50c. Col. ICpes Randolph passed through the city last Thursday' on his way to Tucson from the coast. Col. Randolph's interests in the El Tigre mines in the Moelezuma distinct, Sonora, lost out in the suit for that property, but the com pany gets paid tho price for which the property was bonded. TO CURE A GOLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the raonev if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature oa ouch box. 25c. Justice Joe Redondo and Dr. Pugh went to Welton Thursday last to hold an inquest over the remains of Leopol- do Avalos, a MeMcan section hand who worked under Foreman L. B. Kilborn and who was found dead near his bunk. "Death from natural causes" was the coroner's verdict, V. R. N. Greaves, justice of the peace at Naco, was the guest of Capt. Tom Rynning for several days last week on his way home from Honolulu, where he spent two months for the benefit of his health. He reports the Hawaiian islands to be filled with Jap- inese. At a meeting of the city council Tuesday night the tax levy was fixed at six mills and the date delinquency be gins was set at Sept. 15. The council ordered 1000 feet of new fire hose and everted to the use of the old screw coupling, throwing out the Anderson patent. E. Perente, aged 36 years, an Italian from Naples who had lived in Yuma fifteen years, died Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock after an illness- of only a few hours from an aiTection of the heart. The funeral took place from the Cath olic church Saturday morning. Arthur Daniel, a negro who has been in the city only a few days, is in jail charged with attempting to assault a little Mexican girl, whom he frightened terribly by entering the yard where the child slept and laying down beside her. His hearing was set for today. Friends of Joe Nugent are sorry to learn that he is suffering from a frac tured hip.. He was standing at t he cor ner of Second and Spring streets, Los Angeles, in conversation with a friend, and stepped from the curbing back ward withpainful results. The Commercial Club of Yuma has taken charge of the free reading room and will make it their headquarters. The room will continue to be used also as a public reading room as heretofore. A Southern Pacific crew has added a huge pile of rock to the abutment of the bridge here. . Keep your teeth as nearly like Nature intended them as can be. I will help you. DR. J. F. TEUFERT MODERN DENTISTRY- Room 51 Gandolfo Hotel Real Beauty must go deeper than the surface. Crockery and Groceries with only looks as a recommendation cannot be compared with goods of the reallv good kind. For n demonstration of this, we invite you to inspect our Crockery. and Groceries. We don't mean for you to give a mere casual glance; we want you to test the goods in any manner you know how. The stricter the test the greater will appear the values we offer. ALEXANDER & CO. The up-to-date Grocers. Mrs. William Berry has gone to Long Beach. Albert Gandolfo is paying his parents a visit at San Diego, R. I).. Patterson is spending a few days at Morenci on business. Mr. and Mrs. Wupperman and chil dren left, for the coast this afternoon. ... Joe Alavarado has gone to Long Beach to visit his family for a few weeks. J. M. Collins, clerk in the store at r'oth des, was down for a visit a few days ao. G. E. Angulo has returned from Tuc son where he went on a cattle buying expedition. Misses lone and Alice Greenleaf have gone to the coast to spend the remain der of their vacation. Prank Kelso, formerly proprietor of the Arizona Club saloon, has purchased a $10,000 saloon at Silverbell. The city council has concluded its work as a board of equalization in con sidering city assessments. Seth Hartley of the Yuma Gas Com pany, has been spending several days at St. Paul, Minne., among old friends. The Water Users' association will open bids for public printing Saturday. Their council had no quorum Monday. Hon. Mike Nugent went to the coast Friday morning and will spend several days there. He is in good health this summer. Percy Rose,son of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Hose of the valley, was injured in an automobile accident in Los Angeles last Thursday. II. R. Van Wagenen was here from Castle Dome a day or two ago in search of more men to work in. the mines of" his company. Work on the levee from the second bridge to Laguna will begin next month. There is too much water to resume at present. Miss Wilma Gibson' has recovered from her recent indisposition and has resumed her duties as book-keeper for the Hodges market. A young son of John George was kicked by a horse last Thursday after noon and was unconscious for half an hour from the blow. The final report of the Thurlow es tate is in Judge Joe Godfrey's hauds, and Edward Thurlow will be discharged as administrator August 17. Judge Joe Godfrey was called on Tuesday to marry James Osborne and Mrs. Jesse Traughber, of Colton, aged 21 and 20 years respectively. The mother of Mrs. Francis L.' Sel lew. Mrs. Peate, died at San Diego Saturday night, aud Mrs. Sellew took the remains to Buffalo, N. Y. Tomaso Gonzales was brought down from Castle Dome charged with assault with a deadly weapon. -His hearing is before Justice Redondo Saturday morning. A Mexican was brought to the county hospital on No. 9 Friday morning suf fering from a sprained ankle acquired by stepping through a railroad bridge sear Wellto. i iL 'St see joe HE For TRUNKS, SUIT-CASES, DISHES and GRANITE WARE Main Street, Yuma, Arizona. JOHNSON UNDERTAKERS F. W. MURPHY, Director. NIQHT PHOFE 96 Cor. Main DlRECT0S-W.E.M3rvln, John Dunne,' REAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE GENERAL AGENTS Abstracts of Title to all Lands, Town Lots, Mines and Canals in Yuma County. The Yuma Title-Abstract Co. OUTHERN PACIFIC HOTEL BEST HOTEL IN YUiTA Remodeled and Refurnished by the New Management. Dining Room the Best in Yuma All "White Help. GOOD SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION ED. AND BEN HODGES, - Proprietors fidelity Title Guaranty Company And Certificates of Title The Only Complete Set of Abstract Books in Yuma County Rafael Valenzuela, a short term trusty on the hill sent here from I'inal county for burglary, escaped from prison Tuesday and has not yet been apprehended. C. C. Sroufc has been made construct ing engineer for the new Randolph line from Nogales to Cananea. He was formerly superintendent of the Yuma Tucson division. W. A. PeLei'Son, who" has had charge of the government experimental farm here for several months has been ap pointed farm superintendent by the de partment of agriculture. Walter Messenger, a Yuma printer, is visiting the old home at Marysville, Missouri, and writes that his arm, which was broken here while wrestling with a friend, is greatly improved. Engineer L. M. Lawson will be for ever famous as a commissary man. He had charge of arrangements for the lnncheon served Secretary Garfield and party on board the Searchlight Sun day. Max Czuc.ka is back from Los An geles and San Diet'O and has taken the place of Harry Brownstetter in the New York. Department Store, while Mr. Brownstetter takes a rest on the coast. Mrs. Cora LJaird and her sister, Miss Mamie Donaldson have returned from Los Angeles, whei they went to buy machinery for the new laundry, which they' expect to have in operation by August 15th. Miss Ethel Karr had on exhibition at the depot a watermelon of the light icing variety which weighed 35 pounds It grew on the Karr & Kesttu ranch. The attention of Secretary Garfield was called to it. Under Sheriff Walter Riley has re turned from San Francisco, where he took a young Chinaman who was de ported. City Marshal Uob Anderson took care of the sheriff's office during Mr. ililey's absence. Two fire extinguishers and two lan terns he-longing to the hook and ladder company have disappeared from the city hall and the fire department will make trouble for certain parties if they are not returned or replaced. Councilman Pete Munson ate some canned beans for lunch one day last week and nearly died from ptomaine poisoning as a result. His face swelled to twice its natural size and he experi enced dreadful nausea, but has since fully recovered. El Centro Wins. Late news from San Diego assures a victory for El Centro as county seat of the new county of Imperial. From the report, also, all but oue of the El Centro countv e.-tndidates were elected. Boiler Makers Strike. All boiler makers on the S. P. system went on a strike today. Fourteen men, including helpers, walked out of the Yuma shops. handymTOpaper A moth destroyer and disinfectant. Placed under carpets or in the folds of furs and cloth ing, it drives away moths and worry. Twelve sheets In a packet, carriage prepaid, 10 cents; six packets, 50 cents, if drusgistdoes nothave it. Madigaa Powder Works, Selection 899 CartevUle, Jo, a, NRY & BOWLES, AND EMBALMERS Open Nights. Lady Assistant and Third Sts. DAY PHONE 62 M.J.Nuaent, Chas. H. Moore, Ceo. Mfchehen Entafelished in 1899 Incorporated 1906 YUMA, ARIZONA j In the District Court Of the First Judicial District, Territory of Arizona, in and for Yuma County A. E. Baldwin, .. I), liaker, 13. F. Hopkins, R. C.Jacobs, .1. S. ('ox, Y. H. Lyon, W. H. De Berry, M. Winsor, Sr., E. A. Stauts, J. W. Hanna, E. L. Crane, Frank Webster, S. H. Johnson, J. E. Hayden, J. W. IVggart, and T. W. Wilkinson, plaintiffs, vs. J. R. Cunningham, A. E. Johnson, W. B. Pike, U. L. Williams, W. J. Best, and A. G. Fraker, defendants. Action brought in the District CourJj of First Judicial District of the Terri tory of Arizona.in and for the County o Yuma, and the complaint filed in said County of Yuma, in the office of the Clerk of sid District Court. Jn the name of the Territory of Ari zona, to J. R. Cunningham, A. E. Johnson. W. B. Pike, U. L. Williams, W. J. Best, and A. G. I'Vaker, defend ants, greeting: You are hereby summoned and re quired to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plain tiffs in the District Court of the First; .Tuclicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and for Yuma county, and answer the complaint therein filed with, the clerk of this said court at Yuma, in said county, within twenty days after the service upon you of this Summons, if served in this said county, or in all other cases within thirty days there after, the times above mentioned heing exclusive of the day of service, tr judgment by default will be taken against you. Given under my hand and the seal of the District Court of the First Judicial District. Territory of Arizona, in and for the,countyof Yuma, this 27th day of June, 1907. Charles H- Utthig, Seal Clerk of said District Court. Aug. 7-;t In the Probate Court OF THE COUNTY OF YUMA, TERRITORY OF ARIZONA. In the matter of the estate of Au rora S. Thurlow, deceased. Notice of hearing of final account and petition for distribution. Notice is hereby given that the final account of Edward W. Thurlow, the administrator with the will annexed, De Bonis Non, of the estate of Aurora S. Thurlow, deceased, has been ren dered to said court for settlement, and that his petition for distributitn of tho residue of said estate lias lieen filed with said account, and that Saturday, the 17th day of August, 3807, -at 10 oVloek a. id. of said day, at fhe court room of said court, in Yurnn, Yuma. County, Territory of Arizona, has been duly appointed by said conrt for tho settlement of said account and hearing said petition, at which time any person interested in said estate may appeur and file his exceptions to said account; and objections to said petition, in writ ing, and contest the same. Dated at Yuma, Arizona,. A ug. h, 1907. " Au :. t3 Seal Joseph FT.GoTtv Clerk of the Probata '