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Official Paper of Yuma Co. "Independent in all things." Yuma, Arizona The Gate City of trie Great Southwest 'l '-:. . .. . .... . .. r ,,,,.,, .?,.. . ' . ..-J-'....- . . " : VOL. XXXVI. YUMA, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16. 1907, NO 50 Arizona Sentinel. UKLISIIED EVERY WEDNESDAY YUMA, : : : : ARIZONA J. W. DORRINGTON. Proprietor. 'SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year 52 00 Six Months , 1 00 OFFICIAL DDiECTORY : TEKHITOHIAi; OFFICEItS Governor Joseph II. Kibbey Secretary ".....W. F. Nichols Auditor John N. Pjirc Treasurer E. E. Kirklnnd Attorney General E. S. Clark Surveyor General P. S. Intralls Sun't "of Public Instruction If. L. Lone Deloirixtfl to Comrros MarkSmit Sup't Territorial Prison Jerry Millay PHOE.SIX USD OFFICE Register Milton R. Moore Receiver .. Fen S. Hildrcth COITN'TV OiTIOEIlS District Judfre John H. Campbell Clerk of District Court.. ....C. H. utting . ( H. H. Donkcrsley. Chairman: ouiieniNii!, - . K t d j u. shanssey. Clerk Board of Supervisors .. Jas. M. Polhamus Probate Judirc and Sun't of Schools : J. H. Godfrey Sheriff v Gus Livingston Under Sheriff Walter Riley District Attorney P.T.Robertson Treasurer Geo. Michelsen Survevor W, H. Elliott Countv Phvsician Dr. Thomas J. Puph Countv Recorder Jas. M. Polhamns County Assessor C. V. Meedcn PHEC1NCT OFFICERS Justice of the Peace Joe Redondo Constable Julio Martinez Trustees Yuma School District W. H. Elliott J. W. Domngton.O. C. Johnson. CITY OFFICEItS Mayor A. L. DeMund ( P. J, Miller. L. W. Alexander. Councilmen - Squire Munroc, John Gandolfo ( Donald Mcmtyrc. Citv Attorney.- F. L. Ineraham. City Clerk and Treasurer J. L. Redondo Marshal R. A. Anderson Street Commissioner ...J. H. Shanssey POSTOFPICE HOURS: Mailopen on Sundays from 8 to 9 a. m. WeeR days, 8 a. m. to 0 p. m. ' No" Money Order business on Sundays. Mail (East and West) closes every day at 7 p. m K. H. Chandler, P. M. -V7-UMA LODGE NO. 7 A. O. U. W. MEETS I every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Visit ing brethren in gooa standing are mviteu to Attend, yours in o. n. una tf. F. L. EWING. M. W. ED. MAYES, R. A LLIANCIA BISPANO-AMERICANO NO x- 10. meets every Sunday at Elks' hall, 6 p. HI. MiNDEL MONUOT, iTCS. J. L.KEDOSDO Secretary. 1 TETHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH 1VL Preaching every rather Sunday mornin at 11 o'clock and Sunday night at 7:30 by the nastor. J. M. Ouhcltree. bundav bchool every Sunday morning at 10 o'clock, P. T. Robertson, Superintendent. THIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. SERVICES I3 on the. fourth Sunuav In each month 2:30 p. m. Prayer meeting on Friday night of each week. Eugene Keen, pastor In charge. Sunday School every Sunday morning at 10. CATHOLIC CHURCH DIRECTORY: SUN- V days. Mass -at 9 a m. Rosary and Bene diction at 7 p. m. Week days. Mass at a. m. Christian doctrine taught daily by the pastor In English at 8:30a m.; In Spanish at 3:30 p. m PROFESSIONAL CARDS: TnitANK BAXTER, Attorney nt Law and JD Notary Public. Will practice in all the courts of the-Territory. Special attention to Mining and Lnnd Laws. P.O. Box 401- Frrst Street, South Side, Yuma, Arizonst. E. B. KETCHERSIDE. J. A. KETCHERSIDE KETCHERSIDE & KETCHERSIDE. PHY-.-sicians and Surgeons. Oalce in Cotter's drug store. H. Woppekmax. Mary A. Wupperman -r?JTO'PPBRMAN& WUPPERMAN. ATTOR- T V neys at law. Notary Public. Court Re porting, OOtces in Wuppcrman Building, Yuma, Arizona. Telephone No. 208. J? ETER T. ROBERTSON. ATTORNEY AT Law, Office in Cotter Bldg., Yuma, Ariz. iyor. H. ELLIOTT, CIVIL ENGINEER AND , Surveyor; U. S. Deputy Mineral Sur- Yuma, Arizona. Ci tcilmans FreckhJ Cream, the only reliable face bleach. Mas. A. J. Him., Special Agent, uor. Jones ana Madison Ave. 1' hone vo, OOMETO THE SENTINEL OFFICE for Job v ork. Satisfaction assured. ETRAUTMA.N, Jeweler and Optician Yuma. Arizona. . Th)e Gem C. V.Moadon Main Street. Prop; Choice Wines, Liquors and .Gjcfars Everything First Clas&in every TespectQ? And at Popalsr Prices, fe & Sr. S -& 60 YEAttS EXPERIENCE MHT Trade Marks . Designs Copyrights &c. Anrono tending a Mtctch and description may tmlckl? ascertain onr opinion free whether an Invention Is probably patentable. Commnnlca IhmsntrlcllycoiifldeiiUal. HANDBOOK on Patents ent free. Oldest narency forsccunngpntents. I'.utcuM taken thronch Munn & Co. receive tpecial notice, wiUiout cin.rce, in tno . . . m , tit. . . .r . Ill A handsomely lllnstrnlod weoklr. I.nrcest cir culation of nnr sclcntiUc Jnnrtuil. Terms. t3 a year: Jonrmonths, 51. Sold by all uewBtlenlcrs, MUNN & Go.36103- New YorFc Branch Offlco; CS F BU Wasblncton. D. C Have your meals at Neahr's Boarding House. Meals: 25c and up. Sunday Dinner: 35c, MEAL HOURS Week days: Breakfast, 5 to 10 a. m., Dinner, JI:3?3Lto2 P.M., Supier, 5:30 to 8P.iL Yooll find yoar meals just as yon like thery and, if : desired, can have tbem cooked to order. All kinds of Spanish dishes, if you like them. All home cooking. Come and try our fare. Mrs. D. L. Neahr. HI Consultation WITH US concerning tbe qualities and merits of different kinds of TOBACCO costs you nothing. We are ever ready to give you the benefit of our knowledge and experience. Always willing to tell you all we know and assist you in gettiug just tbe CIGAR your taste requires. Half the pleasure and comfort in smoking lies in getting the right cigar. The. other half lies in getting a good cigar. Come to us and you will thoroughly enjoy smoking. Alexander Co. The Up to Date Grocers. Colorado River Lumber Company (iNConponiTco) DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF Wanted Lady to advertise onr goods locally.'' Several weeks home work. Salary 812.00 per week, SI. 00 a day for expenses. Saunders Co., Jlept. W., 46-48 Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, HI. Builders' Hardware, Lime, Nephi Plaster, Glass, Etc., Etc, COR. THIRD ST. AND MADISON AVENUE ALEX DURWARD PRESIDENT AND MANAGER YU1YIA, ARIZONA PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY. Turns Out Krst-CIass Work Z3 Leave orders at Shoroy's, Southwestern News Company. DONALDSON & BAIRD, Yuma, Ariz, fidelity litie Guaranty ABSTRACTS And Certificates of Title The Only Complete Set of Abstract Books in Yuma County TON'S -HOTEL JIOHAWK, ARIZONA. GEO, W. NORTON, Proprietor NORTON'S STAGE LINES, Stages leave Mohawk for King" of Arizona (Kofa), on Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays. NORTON'S TELEPHONE LINES: To Mohawk Summit (on S. P. K. R.),and to Kofa- (King of Arizona and Qoartzsite. acitic tompy Sunset Route LOW RATES TO ARIZONA AND HEW MEXICO. September I to October 31 A Lesson in Intensive Farming by R. H. Forbes, Director and Chemist of Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Arizona, Junuury J5, 1!H!7. Just west of Yuma, Arizona, In the alluvial flood-plain of the Colorado, lies a little farm ol'V.tiacies which on May I, 1005, was virgin bottomland," covered with saltweed, arrow brush and creosote bushes. Tue original purpose of the tract was for platltitijj selected varietl' S of date palms imported by the U. S. Department, or Agriculture from tne uiu World. The Experiment Station. May 2. be gan preparing the ground, and on May 20 the work of levelling, bordering and irrigating the tiMct and the planting of loi palms, was completed. ti::: im,an or work. Recognizing, however, that a farmer with his living to make meantime, cannot afford to wait for tin orchard to come into bearln it was planned to plant erops for quick re turns between the tree-rows, tnus nutting the worn on a feasible basis from the smalt farm er's point of view. In order to economize ground the Irrigating borders were so placed as to coincide with the rows of palms, thus utilizing space otherwise usually wasted. The tract was divided by the borders into lands, for the most part one-half an acre in size. Irrigating water from the Colorado Valley P. & I. Canal was obtained in the cus tomary manner, and K. 1. Crane, himself a Yuma Valley farmer, undertook tne care of What was nicknamed our play farm." In size, as well as in the intensive character of the work planned, this farm" is tue op posite of the average holdings or t ins locality. The prevailing crops of the region are alfalfa. corn, barley, and forages in general, compara tively little attention being given to vege tables and fruits, withal. theeoHt of Icvellim land in this region is high, rarely falling be low twenty dollais an acre at current prices for labor and teams. Moreover, the cost, ex clusive of maintenance, of the Government irrigating system now under construction will be about S3.50 an acre annually for ten years, to meet these and otner Heavy items ofesperselh rtonnection with the establish ment of a farm in this region, intensive crops of a more remunerative character than those now in vogue, are essential. It was partly, therefore, as an object lesson bearing upon these financial aspects of the general situa tion, that this cultural work wan planned. RECLAMATION OF THE GROUND. The soil of our tract, a warm, sandy loam well adapted to gardening operations, was levelled, ditched and bciidered at a contract price of317 20 an acre, considerably less than the aeiage for the locality, reckoning the labor of men and teams at current rates, in iddition, barbed wire and posts for fencing coHtStiO-lU; lumber for headgatcs cost S3!).o7; a drive well point and pipe, a pitcher-spout pump and a barrel, gl.J.ia; a small lumber two.room house, including live and one-half days carpenter hire, 183.75; and a brash-roof shelter for horses, about 55.00. Only skilled labor employed in levelling, bordering and ditching the ground, and for part construc tion of the house, is included in the above estimates, as the common labor required or dinarily would be, and in this ease was, fnr nished by the farmer himself. To bring this ground under cultivation and make it habitable for a small farmer and his family, as stated above, therefore, required a cash outlay of about StOO (K). In addition, In Hie average instance must be included a team, wagon, plow, harrow,. haying equip ment, snovcis noes aim other small tools. CHOrs ASTU MA11KKT9. The erops selected for the season of 1906 were Early Hose potatoes, White Bermuda onions, lioekyroru cantaloupes, Dwarf Cham pion and Burpee's Quarter Century tomatoes, iiid airaira, besides a lew hills or watermelons md sundry vegetables. i he produce was marketed in luina with the exception of tomatoes, which, for the largest part, Were expressed to Tucson and Bisbee. The following statements for the arious crops are on the basis of net casii le- turns to tlie small farmer, who with an aver- ige family of rive and a team of horses is as- umed to do the work required, as explained below. Items necessitating casii ontlav. as seed, irrigating water, and crates arc deducted from gross returns. Water costs an average of 50 cents for irrigation per acre for the crops grown. The yields In certain instances are low, due to the unimproved condition of the soil, which, like desert soils In gen-ial, was low in nitrogen and organic matter. Some mall aalty areas also affected yields locally. wnue juermuaa onions: .47 acres; Meed planted Sept. 2-Ocfc. 3, 1H05. Young onions transplanted, feb. 5-w, 1WX.. Crop matured about June i. lieui.Si'ib pounds of uiy on ions- Highest price received, Zisc a pound lowest price received, l-8c a pound. Entire 'srop marketed in xuma. Cash Cash outlay, returns Seed 8 9 Irrigations in seed bed and 8 irrigations in field, abont 3oO Sacks and sundry, about 2.06 3910 pounds of onions at 2.5- 1.8c S73.2t Ivet cash returns, not de ducting labor Cf."0 Century yielded about equally well, both be ing of the dwarf blishv sorts bi-st adapted to this climate. Barnyard manure was used un der the double rows, otherwise the ground was unfertilized save by the muddy Irrigating water used. Bockyford cantaloupes; 1 acre: Feed planted March 7-9, lfKlG. Cold, backward saason re sulting in thin stand equal to about three fourths of an acre. Crop picked July 5 to Sept. 7. Yield 7H) dozen, sold locally aU from ooc 10 loc a uozen. Cash outlay. 1 pound seed S 1.00 10 irrigations 8.C0 780 dozen cantaloupes at 35c to 15c Ket cash feturns, not de ducting labor 135.00 Casii returns. Sllt.60 SU1.00 ?14t.C0 The labor on this crop was light, but in this case ji me consuming, becauseof Inconvenient arrangements for marketing. There were em ployed on the crop 31 days men's time; 8 days women and boys; and 2 days team, not other wise included. The crop waS fertilized with b.tmvrtrd man ure in about thtee-fcurths of the hills, and, as stated above, tiieatand was poor. The'results of this acre arc therefore conservative. Watermelons and sundry small items of produce were sold locally to tho- amount of S15.6." Seed and irrigating water, about 82.00 Leaving a cash return of about-. 13.05 SI5.65 SlafE Alfalfa; 1.70 acres: This Was sown May 18, 1905, yielding three cuttings of about five tons of clean hay the first season. During the sec ond season, covered by this Timely Hint, there were seven cuttings with a tofal of about 20 tons of hay. The only cash outlay was S22.41 for irrigating water. The labor re quired was, man's time, 14 days and team nine days, which is rather high labor require ment for this alfaira on account of the small size of the field under consideration, and lim ited use of machinery. This crop at S5 00 to 10.00 a ton, loose, which has been the price this season, represents a cash return of not less than S120.00 for the crop; but this hay was used to feed the team employed on the place, proving to bo more than sufficient for that purprsc, since a stack of about three tons re mains at the end of the season. The manure from this source, being free from Bermuda grass seed, was especia.ly valuable for fertil Izing a' part of the crops grown. His Dear Old flothef. "My clear old mother, who is now 83 years old. thrives on Electric Bitters," writes W. H, Brunson of Dublin, Ga. "She has taken them for about two years and enjoys an excellent appetite, feels strong and sleeps well." That the way Electric Bitters affect the aed and the same happy re.sulls follow i an cases ot leraaie weakness and sen oral debility. Weak, puny children too, are greatly strengthened by them Guaranteed, also, for stomach, liver and kidney troubles by all druggists 50c. Farm Progress, How We Now Feed Land Which Then te Abundantly heeds us. stf y mH E mo dcrn- I tanner treats fl,r JL his soil well and & KILL the Gi AND HUE THE d rir.il QLBS Trbl B&Bo Free U AMD ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES, tt rA 02J MONEY BE3?UX)SD. Wkvk In Cattle can Be Prevented CUTTER'S BLACK LEG VACCIHS California's favorite, the most sue- cessful. easiest used and lowest priced reliable vaccine made. Powder, string or pill fonrt. Write for free Black Leg Booklet. THE CUTTER LABORATORY Berkeley, Cal. If your druggist does not stock our vaccttics order direct irom us. The following rates apply to Main line points on Southern Pacific Co. in Arizona and New Mexico FROM Tew York $50' 00 Hoston , 40 50' Washington ; 4S 25 Philadelphia , 40 25 New Orleans 7. 30 00 Minnenpolis,. St. Paul Chicago. Cincinnati Sr.. Jiouis Memphis Houston Omalia 'ouncil Bluffs. 31 75 31 75 33 00 38 00 30 "00 31 20 25 00 25 00 2o 00- Kansas City. 25 0f VIA DIRECT LINES AND MORE RATES FROM OTHER EASTERN POINTS, Thesje rates apply over different Jjoes, Long-ttmie limits and Stop-overs. Cost of trip may be deposited with any agent of Southern Pacific Company and ticket will be de livered to your Eastern friend. Personally conducted excursion parties from Chicago, Cincinnati, St. Lours, Kansas City, Washington and New Orleans every week. Ask for details of J. T,Cly ton, agent for Southern Pacific Co., Yuma . ErGj HUMPHREY Santa Kita Hotel Bldg, Dist. Pass Agent, Tucson, Arizona, $73.21 $73.21 The amount of labor expended upon this crop was large for tlie area, especially at the transplanting time. One day's team work in preparing the land and about 32 days, men's tune, were required -to oring it through, al though the work was "not heavy and could have been largely performed bv bovs. The yield was low owing to the desert and unfer tilized character of lucrFiul, onions requiring large amounts of organic matter in the soli to give good resnlts. i.arly Kose potatoes? .81 acres: seed nota toes planted Feb. 16-19, 1 fKKJ- Heginnlns to nioom April urop all nnrvested June 13. Yield, 2I5 pounds. Highest price. Mav 2f. ;s!C- juij oi crop, xuc. jvii marKeteu in Yuiwa. Cash Cash outlay, retains. 2T)0 pounds sepd-potatocsand freight on same S 8.05 Irrigating water for jesbania iTKPil us fort UIvpi- -Xf)$ 2 irrigations for crop. 8t rormanne ior scan, lncina iiig express-. , l.Off 2fil5"noiinfJs of potatoes at 3',s-2c S70.H? Net casii retttms, not de ducting labor 57-15 870.00 S70-00 The amount of labor renuired for the ctot itself was about 13 working days, wiM team Vt days. The sesbania used as green manur ing on the west half of the potato ground w&? given 17 irrigations. Bermuda, grass, more over, flourished beneath the sesbania to sxtch an extent as subsequently to require 2 days labor for cleaning up the .45-acresso fertilized. Although the larger part of the crop came from the sesbania fertilised portion of the po tatoes, this method of enriching tlve soli proved very costly, 2v days mans time and S days team-work being required to put the ses bania under and afterwards get rid of tlie Bermuda grass. Nevertheless, the labor eng tailed contd easily have been managed by a careful farmer, as the Bermuda digging was done in Janttnry when other work was not urgent. Tomatoes. Dwarf Champion and Burpee's Quarter Century; .52 acivs: Seed planted in cold-frame, Feb. 1. VMS. Transplanted to Held, March 12-15. Kirs-t rtpc tomatoes, June 10. Last of marketable crop, Sept. (J. Yield, first class, 11282 pounds; second class, salable,- 2219" pounds; waste, most of whirlr could liaVe1 been camieci, 1810 pounds. Total crop of 3300 vines, 15311 pounds or l.S pounds, gross, to the vinr. Highest price received, 30c for single pound on June-10. Bulk of first-class crop sold during .Inly in Tucson and Bisbee markets, at 64 to tlicr f. o. b- Yuma. Second class crop sold' locally down to 2r. Cash Cash outlay, returns. Seed'...,., , S 1.72 18 irrigation's, 'A acre .. .. 4.50 -138 crates for shipments to Tucson and Bisbee .. (l50 13531 pounds of tomatoes at 30c to 2c .- SG21.C0 jNet casii returns, not de ducting labor , . , Counties Not Liable For Keeping of Reform School Inmates. District Attorney Bullard of Maricopa county has decided that counties are not authorized to. pay the "tuition" of reform school inmates. Bullard advised the board of supervisors to refuse to pay a claim of this kind after reading: to them one of the acts passed by the last legislature, which takes out of the hands of the county the commitment of chil dren to the school, and provides that the territory must pay the expenses of their keeping. Up to the present quarter the county has been paying the bills presented by Superintendent Ma loney, but finds that under the nex" law, which created the juve- nrle court and made the fudges of the five judicial districts of tbe territory the proper persons before whom incorrigible boys and girls must be brought, the county does not have to pay the claims for irirls and boys who may be committed from their dis trict. , 551.88 021.00 Sfi2.(io ot incinufngsu.wvnuileu to collect. Until the last of June this ctop required but little labor. During the shipping season, however,- four persons were employed on about half time in picking, packing and shin- . in-g the crop. The entire labor requirements i for the crop were,- men's time; 85 days;- women and boys, 3S days? and team 10 days, the- heaviest dcnmnif upon labor being during I ,lr. nnVilli.im TT rF.,ft i&y, jvHifVbi&&?wbiutp&zty-ru& ctci& oi y unara jri. ait The political situation contin ues to be fraught with interest. No republican candidate can make great headway becanse of the feeling that the president may be induced to run again. The president is enjoying this situation to the utmost, both be cause there is only one candidate ; whom he desires to make head way and becanse he foresees an opportunity at the proper.minute to turn his own popularity to the good of that candidate. When the proper time comes Mr. Roosevelt will side-step, but he ! will do it in such a way that the mantle of his strength will fall! ?rar:fif ull'v onto the broad shou'l- has caught tlld true spirit of progress. Ho. has a rieimnu: of managemeht. Ho prac tices rigid rotation of crops. Lie knows his fields, what each is best cajiable of pro ducing and how long it will be safe to leavo a certain crop on a cer tain pieco of ground. He knows, for instance, that clover is a great renovator, a great re storer of fertility, hence the need for bringing it around at. the proper time in the system of rotation. Sometimes he does not know why this is, but the average American farmer is the most intelligent agriculturist in the world to day. He is studying his busi ness. When he linds his Holds lack in plant food, notwith standing his rotation of crops, he treats them with chemicals or manure. The plants them selves know what is best for them. The farmer is study ing his plants, learning that, the physics of the soil play an important part in the suc cess or failure of his work. We feed the stomach and Uio stomach feeds the blood If the stomach is not in Mia proper condition to take Irom the food such mineral fo ments as make up good, rod Klnnrl fbrni wo nrr nnt. m;n- aging ourselves as well as we tfgMtl' manage our fields Because taftKga you have indigestion, sour risings, dyspepsia, you should get the stomach into a healthy working condition by taking plenty of outdoor exorcise and give it a tonic which with strengthen tlie stomach so that it will properly tako up the elements in the food and feed the ,yDioou. ii ricn, n:u uuhhi runs i-nrougn Km. !mT .ii....i-7,,": the channels in our body, the arteries and capillaries, and tin; (;irciilat,;on is vigorous, wa'areas nearly germ-proof as possible. The above facts come from no less an authority than Dr. R. V. Pierce, medical director of the Invalids' Hotel and Surg ical Institute, at Huffalo, N Y. In Ins early practice he was a close student, of the facts as given above. Having a large practice in a farming district, he studied nature's ways and the human system He hit upon some roots and herbs, made into an alterative extract, without, the use of alcohol, which nut the stomach into a Vigorous and health ful condition and thereby fed the blood, making it rich and red. and capable of throwing off disease. That is why his "Golden Medical Discovery" gained such a wide reputation nearly forty years ago and has stood the. test of public approval ever since. Without doubt more Medical Discovery million bottles or l)r 1'ierce's tioluen serintlon. Medical Discovery have Leon sold in thu a family of four M.tl 111 United States than atty othflf stemaell and blood remedy. Start tho blood td circulating properly, atid you cure ca tarrh of tne nose, or lungs, for catarrh is stagnation of the blood. I)r Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery restores the lost flesh by curing diseases1 of tho stomach and other organs of di gestion and nutrition and enabling thd perfect digestion and assimilation of food! from which flesh and strength are made. " For seven years I suffered with d complication of diseases, Including heart trouble, .dyspepsia, catarrh of the stom ach, and female weakness," writes Mrs. Harretto Martin, of Pedlo, I5oone Co., Ark. "During that time I was never without pain. Had smothering spells and a great misery in lower bowels, aur a very severe cough. Finally the doc tors said I had consumption in the last stages and that I was bound to die. My husband then bought me a bottle of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. I could tell my cough was better after tho first dose. I continued his medicine un til I had taken six bottles of his 'Golden and "Favorite Pre Territorial Fair. To the Editor: Entries for the Territorial Fair to be held November 11th to iGth are coming in tast. in tne live stock department fully one-half the space set aside for that pur pose has been engaged at this early date by exhibitors from exhibitors from different parts of the territory. " The same activity exists among the other departments. In two instances in the sheep vdepart- ment applications have been made for space for 100 head of sheep each. The horse department will have on exhibition all classes of horses, the best of their class in the territory, and some that are among the best of their class in the United States. Detailed descriptions could be made of each of the departments in a like manner, but it it would be difficult to segregate the most attractive features at the present time. The Woman's department con sists of three separate divisions i Needle-work, Culinary and Art, Over 500 premiums are offered to exhibitor in this department and the exhibit will be instructive, instructive and attractive. Pre miums are to be given for most everything that could properly attach to this department except trouble. The man who thinks his wife does not desire to go to the fair and that she cares only to stay at home and would not enjoy a week of rest and pleasure of seeing tvhafc is being done by others, always has trouble. As a chance for this diversion oc curs but once a year don't over look this opportunity of being relieved of your troubles for s, week sure and probably forever, A portion of one day at the' -fair will be set aside for athletic contests for school boys of the various hgh schools of tbe ter ritory, open not oxly to high school boys, buWo any boy at tending any school not graded . higher than a hiffb scbooL The programme consists of One mile to be run in quarter mils relays. One-half mile race. 220 yard hurdle race. 220 yard dasb. 100 yard dash. No entry fee will be charged to She contestants, and properly engraved silver medals will be awarded to the first aud secundi in each e,vent. Any one desiring: to enter these events should no tify the superintendent erf the Fair Commission as promptly as possible,- as in no instance .will an entry be accepted after No' vember 9. Very respectfully, Geo. Truman, Secretary. A Guaranteed Cure for Piles. , Ttchinjff Blind, Bleeding, Protruding" Piles., Druggists are authorized to re--fund money ifPAZO OINTMENT fails1 to cure in 6 to 14 days. oOc. Opened to Setters, Seventy thousand acres of ther Wood river lands were opened to settlement and entry recently" at Gooding and Alberta in the state at Idaho. The land was? drawn from the national domain by the state and a large part of it is said to be exceedingly fertile. 5s 1 Scott9 s Emzilsion strengthens enfeebled nursing mothers by increasing their flesh and nerve force. It provides baby with the necessary fat and mineral food for healthy growth. ALL DRUGGISTS: 50c, AND SI.OO.