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J. W, DORRINGTON, Proprietor. VTJMA. - - - ARIZONA OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER J WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1907. WEATHER REPORT. For the week enfllnr: Aug. 21, 1907. nr.rvM- Relative Tempera Day or Week Humidity, ture. 5 a m 5pm Max. Mln. Wednesday. 82 35 102 77 Thursday 80 25 10S 72 Friday. 44 07 7!) Saturday 76 31 100 75 Sunday 59 47 100 78 Monday 63 45 09 77 Tuesday 73 42 100 78 Means 63 30 101 76 Deficiency of temperature for the week degrees. Rainfall for the week, trace. S. IIACKETT, Official In Charge. JTonntl rainfall for the year, from 26-years record. nt inches. Southern Pacific Train Schedule, Y'-roa, Arizona, June 6, 1007. Arriva. aad departure of Passenger trains: EAST-BOUND TRAINS, No. 44 arrive 6-15 pindepart 6-20 pm No. 8 arrive e-'-o am depart o-.ro am No. 10 ar. 10-10 pm depart 10-20 pin 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, AGENT, Mrs. George Marable arrived Mon day from the coast. Something to drinlr, pure and whole some Alhambra Wuter and Ginger Ale at Alexander & Co. 's, the up-to date grocers. Dr. and Mrs. J. P.Yemen are enter taining a fine eight pound girl. The Yuma Ice Co.'s extra dry glngea nle is on sale wherever drinks are sold. Try it. Geonre D. Christv was here from Phoenix last Friday. Racine Wagons and Buggies can't be beat, in cither quality or price. Alexander & Co., sole agents. Mrs. L. J. Bergman has gone to the coast. Come and see our new line of per furriery, toilet articles ana preper- .Rtions best that can be secured Ketcherside Drug Co. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. McCoy of the dam are now enjoying- a sojourn on the coast. " Dron in and sec your friends at the Old Plantation; you'll be sure to find em there. John Gondolfo.Tr. has returned from San Diejro and will remain here for two weeks. Red Ribbon Beer is the Hest. At Alexander & Co., the up-to-date -gro cers. . Joe Alvarado is planning a month's prospecting trip in the Copper Moun tains. Engineer Francis L. Sellew has re turned from a hasty trip to Los An geles. Lincoln De Mund entertained last Friday in honor of his ninth birth an niversary. The Rev. L. J. Dahis has gone to Los Angeles. He announces that work on the Catholic church on the reservation will begin September 1. Judge Burt Dunlap hao returned from several weeks spent at his ranch and mining properties in Graham county and from visits to El Paso and Tucson. Mrs. E. Ferguson of Picacho has gone to the coast. Mrs. E'rank Lee is much improved in health from her visit at her old Vir ginia home where she will remain for some time. Jack "Whitney was down from the dam a few days ago. He says 200 men are now working on the Arizona side. News comes from Noyales of the ac cidental killing of G. W. Peltan of that city. He stepped on- a gun trigger when reaching for a wagon break. An inspection of Arizona sheep has just been concluded by Ed R. Allen, United States veterinary inspector. E. G. Humphrey, traffic freight and passenger agent of the S. P. for the Tucson division, was here last week to handle the soldiers over his territory, Mr. and Mrs. George Rock wood have returned from the coast where tbey spent several wv eks. A. B. .Ming returned Wednesday morning from the coast. The wife of Arthur Daniel, colored, has come to Yuma from Daggett, Cal. Daniel is charged with criminal assault and is in jail here. B. U. Hill of the reclamation service has gone to the coast to spend two weeks of his vacation. ' Juan Zavala plead guilty to having assaulted Miguel Corrigan and was fined $10 for the offense. The committee arranging for the celebration of September 16 will ask for contributions in the sum of $1600 to carry out the elaborate programme to be prepared. A wash-out at Rfllito brought No. 9, No. 7 and No. 3- into Yuma together at 1 o'clock Tuesday, No. 9 did not reach the city until after daylight Wednes day. Theodore E. Brh:e went to Los An geles Sunday for the treatment of his foot into which he ran a cactus thorn several months ago. R. H. Irwin, manager of the Gandol io hotel, has gone to Santa Barbara to to join Mrs. Trwin who has been there iov several weeks He will return Sept, 1. Good Work of Assessor. Captr. C. V. Meden is to be congratu lated on the fact that he was the only county assessor in Arizona whose fig ures were not changed in any way by the territorial board of equalization He was not reversed on a single point while other counties were raised on either cattle, sheep, lands or classes of mines. The connty supervisors are hearing complaints the rest of this month and Capt. Meeden is closely at hand to discuss each objection. The New York store has made objection to the fact that their valuation was this year increased from $0,000 to $12,000. A Wonderful Clock. A clock which the inventor claims will run 2000 years was recently con structed by 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 wonderful is Hos letter's Stomach 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 act of June 30, 1906. The commercial date tree in Judge Joe Godfrey's yard this year has six teen bunches of dates which will weigh forty-five pounds to the bunch. He has two bearing trees, but tht fruit of one i3 neither soft nor sweet. He planted the first mentioned'tree in 1878 from the seed of dates bought at a Yuma store. $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,. aud that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Ca tarrh beinsr a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally j acting directly upon the blood and mu- j 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, ine uro 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, bend for list of testimonials. Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all druggists, 75c Take Hall's Family Pills for consti pation. When ICd Hodges tried to take up a Southern Pacific meal ticket from man to whom it did not belong Tuesday afternoon he had a Oght on his hands. He thrashed his man who was then ar rested. The culprit's name was Mul- cahey and he has been in the city jail several times before. Endorsed by the County! " The most popular remedy in Otsego county and the-best friend of my family writes Wra. M. Dietz, editor and pub- isher of the Otsego Journal, Gilberts ville, N. Y.. "is Dr. King's New Dis covery, it nas proved to 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. believe it to be the most valuable pre scription known for lung and throat diseases." Guaranteed to never disap point the taker. All drug stores. Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. No more work will be done on the California side of the dam until the railroad is built from Yuma to the Pot holes. It will be six weeks before work on the leyee can be resumed and sixty days will be required to complete the grade. The rails can then be laid within a month. 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 ray 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. 1 feel that I cannot sav too much for the best remedy of the kind n the world." S. Jemison, Spring Grove, York county, Pa. This remedy is for sale at Ketcherside's drug store. W. G. Crowder of the valley has found a great demand in Texas for Yuma valley honey. Last year he made a trip through Texas to advertise the valley honey and last week one day he found himself shipping the sweet ness to five different towns in Texas. Yuma valley will ship more than three cars of honey this year. They pack 30 cases to the car and each case weighs 120 pounds. A stand of bees will produce a case of honey annually where they are run for the honey and not for an increase of stands. Regular as the Sun" is an expression as old as the race. No doubt the rising and setting of the sun is the most regular performance in the universe, unless it is the action of the liver and bowels when regulated with Dr. King's New Life Pills. Guaran teed by all druggists. 25c. Julio Martinez is home looking and feeliny fine. He did not and will not lose his right arm, which was shot last anuary by the outlaw, Garcia. Two surgeons wanted to amputate, but there was one who did not and Julio stood by the man who didn't. Be will not re sume bis duties as constable for a few week3. Hon. T. J. Morrison, a member of the last legislature, passed through Yum last Saturday ou his way to Bisbee from Los Angeles where he had been on mining deal. Mr. Morrison represents the Southwestern Mining company of Philadelphia which has lately pur chased several copper-gold claims near Congress Junction. He is an enthusiast about the mining districts along th Arizona & California railroad and say it is the only rich mining country the world that remains so largely un explored. At Prescott last week T. H Reynolds of Cunningham Pass said th same thing. He wenb-so far as to pre diet that within a few. years the center of all Arizona's copper production will lie in northern Yuma county. He also said that Salome and Wendendale are running a race to see which one can become the most Important mining camp and that more than fifty pros nects were being developed in the Wenden district. The old Bullard mine in Cunningham Pass, bought by J. W. Boone of Globe several week ago for $25,003 is yielding enough ship ping ore already to pay for itself, so that the purchaser is out no expendi ture except for the first payment. For an Impaired Appetite. To improve the appetite aud Mtrength eng the digestion t ry a few doses of i 'ham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets Mr. J. S. Seitz of Detroit, Michigan says: "Tiiey restored ray appetite wncn impaired, relieved me of a bloated feel ing and caused a pleasant and satisfac tory movement of the bowels." Price 25c. Samples free at Ketcherside': drug store. Two Mexican tramps came to serious grief at Standwix near Sentinel Maricopa county last Friday and one of them was brought to the Yuma county hospital very much disfigured about the face. JJis head was so badly cut in two places that the skull was ex posed. ETe said he and his partner were put off a moving freight and that he did not see his partner again as be caught a passenger to town. However they found the bodv of a man who looked like a negro about an hour after that freight had gone in just the place where this occurred and the Mexican thinks it was the body of his partner The head was severed from the trunk and the hands were cut oil. It was case for Maricopa county to handle and the remains were taken to Phoe nix. "Everybody 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 sor;e, 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. W. W. Woodman, aged about 70 3'ears, had a hard fall last Friday while in the city and the wonder is it did not kill him. As it was he escaped with only some ugly bruises and a bad shake up. He was looking at the new bug gies Alexander & Co. have on view at their Second street warehouse and he made a mis-step backward and fell into the open stairway pit, alighting on his back eight feet below with so much force that the two bottom steps which his back struck were cracked by the blow. Dr. Ap John, who waited on him at his valley home a- little while later, said that Mr. Woodman had es caped internal injury. Eczema. For the good of those suffering with eczema or other such trouble, I wish to say, ray wife bad something of that kind and after using the doctors' rerae dies for some time, concluded to try Chamberlain's Salve, and it proved to be better than anything she had trisid,' For sale at Ketcherside's drug store. While their train received some re pairs 300 soldiers were in Yuma last Friday for two or three hours and they made tho available watermelon supply fade away. They were members of the Ninth infantry on their way from Ma nila to Fort Sam Houston, at San An tonio, Texas. They- had on board six native Filipinos, two women and four men. who were servants of officers. The regiment required three trains, which traveled in sections twenty min utes apart. A Guaranteed Dure tor Piles, Itching, Blind, Bleeding, Protruding Piles. Druggists are authorized to re fund money ifPAZO OINTMENT fails to cure in 0 to 14 days. 50c. Late nws from Sentinel says the man killed by the train was a Mexican which establishes his identity as the man with tho man Samora who was brought to Yuma to the hospital. An informal inquest held over the dead man resulted in a verdict that he came to death while stealing a ride on a freight train with no one to blame. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All -druggists refund the monev if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature on euch box. 25c. The Catholic church has a new organ which utters splendid music. Miss Fi delia Molina, the organist, i9 a musi cian of great talent and of superior technique. She was cordially con gratulated" last Sunday on the harmony she produced oa the new instrument. Her music henceforth wfll be a notable addition to the pleasure of the ser vices. M, J. Kingsbury, travelling conduc tor, has returned to Tucson after work ing here several days as general yard- master while A. C. Cohen took a four- days' run to the coast. Mr. Cohen will tal;& bis summer va,c&tio& next saosth, F. F. Nelson was down from Palo verde to purchase supplies last week Miss Eva Alvarado and her sister Mrs. Romero, have gone to the coast for a few weeks. Mrs. J. H. Shanssey has gone to Sil ver Bell to visit friends. 'Gene Ingram has returned from th coast, where he spent two weeks. Ed Mayes -is home from two month spent in the 'astle Dome country on an inspection of several mining proper ties. Miss Mabel Moore has gone to Los Angeles to visit two weeks with he brother, A. G. Moore. A. T. Pancrazi has gone to Los An geles to join his wife and daughter W. E. Topham has returned from Los Angeles, Mrs. Topham having ex tended her visit to San Francisco Eddie Molina has returned from Lo Angeles, where he spent several days The estate of Mrs. G. M. Thurlow was closed by Judge .1. H. Godfrey last Saturday. Miss Gertrude Rose and her brother Gordon are visiting" 'friends in Los An eles. F. L. Ewing has returned from Los Angeles whero he was called on busi ness. Dr. and Mrs. J-. A. Ketcherside are expected home today from New York, Mrs. Stephen Sumner went to Los Angeles Sunday to join her daughter, Mrs. Church. Dennis Ochiltree has taken a posi tion at the Hotel Gundolfo. George Tally is back on duty at San guinetti's after an illness of some days Sam Huss will build a new home at his valley ranch just west of the city Alex, Durward, president and mana ger of the Colorado River Lumber Co has returned from a visit with his fam ily at Banuing. John Ghiotto and family will leave in ten days for San Diego where they will make their future home. Dr. J. '. Teufert, dentist, will go to the Grand Canyon Aug. 8 to spend two weeks practicing his profession. John Fishbaugh is suffering from a collapse due to the heat. Several showers in the Copper creel count ry have filled the. water tanks in that section. Horace Pomerov was down from Kofa Monday. Miss Clara Harney has gone to tho coast to spend her vacation.. Kick Larsen has returned from tri p to the coast. Ray Hopkins has returned from the coast and has resumed his position at the Sanguinetti store. Hcrrv McPhau' spent a day last woek at Sentinel. Ed Inglis was down the latter part of last week from Kofa on business. Judge J. H. Godfrey spent Friday at Laguna. The Rev. J. M. Ochiltree filled the pulpit of tho Methodist church 'last Sunday night. Tomas Barrcras and Maria Macliz were married Saturday afternoon by ludgc'Godfrey. It is said the Southern Pacific will have a new passenger train schedule to announce September 1. Judge J. H. Godfrey has appointed as school truste.es for Laguna district No. 22 M. A.Andrews, T.J. Jackson and J. I). Fauntleroy. The I lev. E. M. Button was called to Los Angeles Sunday morning by ihe sudden and serious illness of Mrs. Sut ton. Unfortunate news comes from tho bedsido of C. C. Dyer at San Diego. He is reported very weak and often uncon seious. Mr. and. Mrs. H. W. Barrows bava arrived in Yuma to reside here. Mr, Barrows is in the employ of the South ern Pacific. John Nommels and R. H. Hishop were down Monday from their ranch between the Silver district and Ehren- berg. They brought twenty wildcat hides and received a bounty of $100. John Havcland has arrived from Los Angeles to become stenographer for E, L', Sanguinetti. He succeeds T". M, Wood who has gone to California At Clifton 140 smelter men have tied p the reduction works by demanding an increase of fifty cents day. The nion does not figure in the strike. The Tucson Star claims that there is as much seepage into the Salton Sea as there is evaporation from it and that the sea is holding its own. The seep age is said to be temporary ag the crev ices between boulders will fill rapidly with silt. The Arizona Smelting company has greed to put a smelter within six miles of Tucson if that city's business men will subscribe for $50,000 worth of the company -a stock. An effort is being made to have this done. Under Sheriff Walter Riley has scr- ed an attachment n the Prosperity ind Home groups of the Will smelting company in the Horse district to satis fy a judgment for the sum of $3,300 in ivor of J. W. Lattimer. John Stofccla has- let a contract for uiany improvements on the Johnstone esidenee onOrange,avenue. Two new rooms, two bath rooms and a porch will be added to the present two room adobe. All over the territory the militiamen are complaining about the quality and quantity of food served the members of the national guard at the Camp Brodie encampment. Many of the Yuma boys heartily join the gener.il protest and! .y mush favoritism was shown. 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 really good kind. For a 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. A Yuma Poet. Henry C. Warnack of Yuma has placed with the Gorham Press of Bos ton a book of verse which will appear under the title of Cactus lilossoms. He nas at this time with another eastern house a second work entitled Life's New Psalm. His Cactus Blossoms con tains thirty-eight of his latest poems, most of which were written in this eitv. wniic carrying something of the at mosphere of desert and cacti, these things are neither the subject nor sub stance of the work; and while general ly it is void of mysticism, there is in portion's of it a veiled quality sustained by a peculiarly vibrant and joyous strain none the less buoyant because indefinite. The funeral of Guy Lawler took place from the Methodist church San- day afternoon at 4 d'elock. Many friends followed the remains to their last resting place. Guy was the 17- year-old son of W. A. Lawler. He fell to his death from a second-story win dow of the Hotel Van Nuys, on Main treet in Los Angeles, where he was employed. While sitting in the win dow with a friend he was seized with a fainting spell. He struck the step of a fire escape, but continued to the pave ment below, sustaining fatal internal njurie. They took him to the Emer gency hospital and wired to his father. who arrived at his son's bedside some hours before the young man's death, Guy was perfectly conscious up to an hour before his death. Julius Krutschnitt, director of opera tion and maintenance of the Harriraan sj'stera, was in Y uraa a short time I ues- ly morning. He was met here by Col. Epes Randolph and by Superin tendent A. H. Averill. As president of the California Development Compa- y, Col. Randolph said that his corapa- wsis not through with the work of providing irrigation for the Imperial valley, and that either they would mend the old canal 9ystem at a cost of $S00,- 000 or pet in a new one more com pre hensive, at a cost of $3,000,000. The people of t5rawley proved last ear how much money there can be in cantaloupes. One man's crop brought im $430.66 an acre net, another man earned $366.66 per acre net, and an ther $341.02. For a fourth interest in 2 acres otie man received $2400 cash. nd that was all clear money. The farmers at Calexico have signed Up for 250 acres in cantaloupes next year and those at Imperial will plant 300 acres. The plan appears to be to organize a melon growers' association so that con tracts with commission houses can be made for future deliveries. The Rev. Donald M. Brookman is the minister selected by Bishop J. Mills Kendrick to serve the Yuma parish. He is now at Monrovia, Cal., and is ex pected here sometime in the early au tumn. Albert Mclntyre, the fourteen-year- old son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Meln- re, killed a fifty pound lynx, measur ing six feet from head to tail within a mile and a half of Yuma while rabbit anting. For TRUNKS, C SUIT-CASES, ) DISHES and 3 GRANITE WARE ' ) Main Street, Yuma, Arizona, i Mrs. Cora Baird and Miss Mamie Donaldson are to be congratulated on the dispatch with which they have re built their laundry. The new site, on Main street, is more convenient for ev erybody and far better for the propri etors. It is to be both hoped and ex pected that they will have better luck with the new enterprise. They are workers, and it isn't in the run of things to keep people down when they work. D. J. Brislln has instituted suit against Felix Mayhew, Nick Larsen and Charles DeCorse to recover $35.,G00 which he alleges la duo him as a com mission for making the sale of the North Star group of mines to Charles Fay, M. K. Ropers and others for $350, 000. Brislin says he was middle man in the deal. His lawyeers are Tim mons & Baxter of Yuma and a firm of attorneys of Prescott. Mrs. Wupperman and the children returned from Los Angeles Saturday. Her husband, who is yet under treat ment with Dr. Bryson for his foot, has improved greatly and hopes soon to be able to discard his crutches and. re turn home a well man, Mr. Wupper man's many friends hope also for his speedy recovery. Harry McPhaul left Monday night for Bouse from whence he goes to the Ibex-Plomosa group to accept 25 feet of contract work done on that property. That much more work has been on traded for and all of it goes on the main shaft which is 0x9. When the weather is cooler a big force will go to work on the Jbex-Plomosa, The Eagles took in a big class last Thursday night. Thay now number more than 100. They have arranged to get a new home. It will be in the second story of the new block soon to be erected on Main street next to the bank block by Joe Henry who bought the site from the Elks last winter. R. H. Stanton has returned from. Phoenix, where he took O. Hernandez. to the asylum. Hernandez tried to kill himself by hurling his body under a moving train. He was rescued and made the subect of a lunacy inquest before Judge J. H. Godfrey. The board of supervisors has decided to bring suit against F. L. Ewing to quiet title to a strip of land 143.46 feet long and 19.7 feet wide at one end and 10.2 feet wide at the other end, which is claimed both by tho county and Mr. Ewing. P. C, Robertson, probate judge of Gila county for four successive terms and now in his seventh year of office, left Tuesday night for Globe after a pleasant visit with his son, P. T. Rob ertson, district attorney. P. G. Robinson filed on claims in the Ellsworth district this week, E. W, McDaniel and W. J. Oswald have filed on their Gilt Edge claims in the La Posa district near the Hecla Consoli dated, Charles Mandelbaum has sold out his interest in his store to his brothers, Joe and Jake, who .will continue the business at the present stand. The Mandelbauras are shrewd, though ac commodating with the public and they are hustlers, as well. Charles has gone north for his health, Continued from Page 2 council of the village of Yuma, in said county, a deed conveying to said board and their succes sors all of lot 11 in block 13 in said village (now town) of Yuma; Now, therefore, in order to perfect any defect of title of said Yuma county in and to said lot, if any exists, the present board of supervisors are hereby au thorized, empowered and com manded to deed the said lot to Yuma county. On motion, duly seconded and carried, the clerk is hereby in structed to notify the county re- cprder of Yuma county to record quit-claim deed from the board of supervisors of Yuma county to Yuma county, conveying lot 11 in block 13 of the town of Yuma and make no charge, on account of same being county work. On motion board took a recess until 2 p. m. Board met at 2 p. m. Gus Livingston, sheriff ofj Yuma county, appeared before: the board and made application 1 for wholesale liquor license for the King of Arizona Company of Kofa, Arizona, On motion the , sheriff is authorized to issue said lin.finsfi- ! The- chairman approved the bond of S. M, Wilson as road overseer for road district No. 3, his surety being the American Surety Company of New York. On motion, duly seconded and carried, board adjourned a board of supervisor's and con vened as a board of equalization, Horace Pomeroy, superintend ent of the King of Arizona Co. appeared before the board on be half of that company and repre sented that the assessment oa the company's stock oi goods is too high, and as ati evidence of such fact he produced a state ment of the stock of goods, and the board being satisfied of the truth of the claim ordered said assessment reduced 3,500. J. M. Williams sfrowecl the board that he did not have any cattle at the time of the assess ment this year, and on motion the ten head of cattle assessed to him are hereby ordered stricken from the assessment roll. Bert Nunnalley appeared be fore the board on behalf of G. J, Fischer and showed the board sufficient cause why O.J. Fischer should not be assessed with any horses or wagons, and the board being satisfied that Mr. Nunnal ley was correct, on motion, duly seconded and carried, 2 work horses, $80; 1 saddle horse, 25; and one wagon, 20, are hereby ordered stricken off the assess ment roll. L. W. Williams, listed steam engine and saw machinery, 200, On motion board adjourned to meet at 10 a. m, August 20, 1907, H. H. Donkersley, Chairman, J. M. Folhamus, Clerk, A LIVELY TiriE, That 2s what Is promised at the Irri gation Congress at Sacraments. Sacramento, August 19. The National Irrigation Congress, which will be held in this city September 2-7 nest, promises to be the scene of some of the live liest debates in recent history. The management has practically challenged both the supporters and the opponents of what is known as the Administration Policies with reference to the public land to defend their re spective positions on the rostrum here. Mr Harriman denies that he had any desire tcrown all or any part of the railroads of the coun try; "nor did I say anything about managing railroads of the country for the government," he adds. We believe him. That is not Mr. Harriman's way. If he wanted all or any part of the railroads of the country, he would not go roand telling about it, but would simply take them over. 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