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Arizoin a -Sentinel. WEDNESDAY, MAKCH 4, 19CS. THIS PfiPER gSSl'jS YET I SING AGENCY, INC., 427 South Main St.. Los Angeles, and 779 Market St., Sau Francisco, where contracts for ndvertisin' can be made for it. CALL FOR CONVENTION. In accordance with the call of the republican national committee, a terri torial republican delegate convention is hereby called to meet at Tucson, Arizona, on Saturday, April IS, 1908. at 12 o'clock, noon, for the purpose of selecting two delegates and two alter nates to the republican national con vention which is to meet in Chicago, Illinois, on June 16th, 1908, for the se. lection of a member of the republican natioual committee, and for the trans action of such other business as may properly come before the convention. All republicans of the territory, irre spective of former political affiliations, who can unite with us for free and effi cient republican self-government are invited to join with us in selecting and sending delegates to said convention. Delegates to said territorial conven tion shall be chosen in the several counties, either by direct primary elec tion or ly delegates elected at such primary election to county conventions to be held for t hat purpose, at the op tion of the various county central com mittees. In either case said primaries shall be held an the fourth day of April, 1908, for three or more hours, at such time between the hours of 9 a. ra. and 5 p. in., as may oe specified in the call of the republican county central com mittee, and at such place in each pre cinct entitled to representation, as may be fixed by said county committee in the respective counties. Said prima ries shall be managed and controlled by election boards to be selected by the republican county central commit tee. The number of delegates by counties which each county is entitled to send to said territorial convention, based upon one delegate for 'ach 50 votes or fraction of 25, or more thereof, cast for "Hon. W. F. Cooper in 1906, is as fol lows: Votes cast County. . in 1906. Apache..' 2:1 Cochise 1475 Coconino 417 Gil 559 Graham 853 Maricopa 1545 Mohave 107 Navajo 223 3'ima 13CS Pinal 243 Santa-Cruz - 215 Yavapai 1179 Yuma 474 No. of Delegates 5 30 8 11 17 31 5 4 24 9 Total 177 The apportionment of delegates among the several precincts of each county shall be approximated as nearly us may be in accordance with the above ratio, and upon the publication of a call by the republican county com mittees Oxin- the time" and place of holding said primaries, as hereinbefore provided, and fixing the apportionment of delegates among the several pre cincts of the several counties, together with the time and place of holding the county conventions, in case county conventions are ordered, no further notice or call shall be necessary. Pro vided, however, that if an election board, appointed in any precinct in ac cordance herewith, or any member thereof shall not be present at the iilnc.p. iind hour designated for the opening of such primaries, the vacancy or vacancies so occasioned may be filled by the republican voters then and there present. Credentials as delegates to such ter ritorial couventiou shall be signed either by the election board appointed as herein provided, in case delegates are chosen by direct primary, or by the chairman and secretry of the county convention, in case a convention be ordered by the county committee. And where delegates are chosen by direct primaries any contest shall be decided by the territorial convention with re spect to the precinct or county from which such contesting delegations may come, without regard to the remainder of the county in which contest may exist. Pv order of the territorial republican executive committee. H. B. TENNEY, G. A. MATJK, Chairman. Secretary. The Lucky Quarter. Is the one you pay out for a box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. They bring yon the health that's more precious than jewels. Try them for headache biliousness, constipation and malaria If they disappoint you the price will be cheerfully refunded at all drug stores Four prisoners escaped from the so-called county jail at day lisrht vesterdav morning. Two of them were held to the terri to rial grand jury on charges of burglary and two were bound over to the United States court charged with selling liquor to the Indians. Up to date they are at large. MissByrd Warnell of Imperial valley was the only applicant for a teacher's certificate befor School Superintendent Godfrey nt the quarterly examination on Mondav and Tuesday. Curc3 Woman's Weaknesses. "Vc refer to that boon to weak, nervous, Buffering women known as Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Dr. John Fyfe one of the Editorial Staff of Thk Eclkctic Mepicai, Review say3 of Unicorn root Jlchmlas Dloica) which is one of the chief ingredients of the "Fa vorite Prescription " : "A remedy which invariably acts as aruter ine inviporator makes for normal ac tivity of the entire reproductive sjsteni.-' He continues "in Uelonias we ha vo a medica ment which more fully answers the aovo purposes tha n any other drug with which 1 am 1:.,- ... -rr,..n it. is seldom tliat a case is seen which does not present some indication' for this remedial asrcnU" Dr. Fyfe further or achins in the back, with : leucorrhoea : aioniciweaw..u.u.;v' -- v rUabi'hy. associated witl) chronic diseases of the reprodiictlve organs of women; constant sensation St heatln the repon of the Kid neys: menZrrhaghf (flooding), due to a wcak nZ,fi,t. nfihi. rprimductlve system: .nmnr -rryfini -Ti ripnrpiMon ana ir- on of the digestive organs accompanying uu and iitfomic (thin b,Iood ) habit: dragging sensaions in tho extreme lower part of the 'ummaor less cf the above symptoms ar?o7c?enT: ninmLluio3JlLP gSSfcS enTSonvTrTcir is Unicorn root, or Helonias, "Vfi?M Of Goiden Seal root, another prominent ingredient of "Favorite Prescription," Prof. Finley Ellingwood, M. D.. of lien- nIt is an'importa Prof. John M. Kcndder. M. U., late of Sillx the system. there is no medicine in use alwut which )en(jentj Order of Foresters, last Thurs Viercissuch general tninmrmfy of pmm .It PlDUtu Ul c ' .,., is imfrcrsaJy rcgaraeu i iko lumu uw.-i.ui iu ritwllwaSrtfioK;w. nr. D.. of Jefferson Medical College, says of Golden Seal : "Valuable in uterine hemorrhage, monor rhagia (flooding) and congestive dysmenor rhea (painful menstruation)." Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription faith fully represents all the above named in gredients and cures the diseases for which they axe recommended. "A DIRTY RAG' Is what John G. Barclay is Alleged to Have Called the American Flag. During the contest case OI Jobn G. Barclay VS. L. E. Karr Inch wpolr. two refutable citizens of the valley A. E. Baldwin and John Pesch testified that Bar clay cursed the American Hag, calling it "a dircy rag;" and that he criticized the public schools system and said. Americans i i-i Acf,.oi;,, Quel lonrn how to conduct their schools. It was further developed by the cross-examination that Bar clay, who is a school teacher, did not hoist the American ban ner over his school building on election day. If Barclay is guilty of these accusations and others not mentioned here he is unfit to preside over a, public school in this or any other section of the United States. Such sentiment as he is alleged to have expressed is hardly to be tolerated under any circumstances; but coming from a public instructor of American youth that is carry- ing the 'free speech' prerogative , -. -.i- i - Tf to the dead line of toleration. If Barclay holds such views or has used such expressions he should be summarily bounced, and his license to teach taken from him. That would be light punishment for the offense. Cases Dismissed by Government. The federal cases against the four saloon keepers on North Main street, and the six women, arrested under charges of vio- ating certain provisions of the Edmonds act, were yesterday dismissed by Commissioner TJt- ting on motion of U. S. District Attorney Alexander, who satis- Bed himself that no conviction could be obtained on the testi - mony of the government witness- es. Hie lUllia couuuy uistnuu Rfcfinrnev oucht to be able to get a pointer from the above that 1 might be of value to him, and in- duce him to follow the example Of Capt. Alexander. Shot His Foot-Is Now Minus 2 Toes . , T , ., . , . A seizor ii. ju. -L.ee, wmie out, nuui- ing last Thursday met with an acci dent and as a resultlost two of his toes, Tne ooy, wno is out nueen years oiu, set the gun mu.zle down on his right foot, and the weanon was accidentally discharged, tearing off the second toe and so lacerating the third one that it had to be amputated. Dr. Ketcherside attended the. young man. Fat uarrett Kiuea. Pat Garrett, known the continent over as the man who killed Billy the Kid, the noted outlaw, was shot and killed by. I. Wayne Braze, a youthful rancher near Las Cruces, N. M.. Feb- ruary 28 in u dispute over a ranch lease. Pat Garrett was one of the last of the most prominent gun men of the for a flnal distribution of the es early frontier days. ate has been Died with said ac Murder at Gila Bend. A Mexican section hand, whose name was not learned, was faially shot at Gila Bend Sunday night by a barkeep- er named Johnston, in the Oaotus sa- loon. According to reports of the affair Johnston seems to have been justiGed in the shooting. .t 7 ; rAHlJill 1U llliill iu enuii ovate travel, distribute samples of our troods and tack signs. Salary $85.00 per month; $3.00 per day for expens- t5. SAU ft nuns Department P.. No. 40 Jacks n Boulevard. Chica go, Illinois. A Word to the Roaster. If any person is so unfortunate as to he hitched to a disposition "to roast" everything which affords an opening for such procedure, few thinsrs under the sun can escape the fangs of the roaster, and on the same plane of evo lution the roaster becomes the roasted. As a rule, those who most severely crit ioive the work of an architect couldn't build a hen house, and those who con demn the painting could not draw a straight line. Again, the loudest howl nivniriRt manv enterprises comes from those who contribute not one cent to tiiei,. support. A long time ago the i f , ,,:c ,. -,lti ;n ., ,.ostaurant. J k i.i 1 V -- A male animal possessing the gift- of speech sat opposite. A copy of the Courier lay on the table. He picked up the paper and said: '"Do you see fl, ,1,; t.himr living?" We . - " replid; "Yes, it lives because the peo- pie who take it and pay for it are satis- ied to do so." A!'hen we asked: "Did y ever m . cent for it, or , ceut in- to the office where it is published:" and he replied -No," and this is usual- jy the case with the chronic -'roaster." prp(5Pntt courier Wiescott . outlet . Court of Foresters Instituted. (irand Deputy J. A. McCahill, assist- ea hy p.di.iQ Coast Organizer Frank E. Hand, instituted Court Yuma. Inde- any nignt ac iagies ijum. xuc jhu inr officers were installed: Past Chief Hanger, Mrs. Juan Zabala; Chief Ranger, W. li. Ingram; Vice Chief Ranger, Wm. Sexsmith; Treas urer, Mrs. Alice Connor; Woodwards, Isaac Levy and Miss Lena Aune; Bea dles, Otis Kent and George Creenleaf; Recording Secretary, Miss Wilma Cib son; Financial Secretary, Mont Smith; Trustees, J. L. Lledondo, Dr. J. A. Ketcherside and I 'tulip Breedlove. .1 Jj, liCQOHUU WHS cuiuiuissiuucu re and Mis iJCJIUUV vuivi . Maude Fredlev was chosen organist. Fifty-six persons were present, in- eluding new members and live visitors. The new lodge starts witu a memoer ship of seventy. Coming of the American Fleet. The editor of the Sentinel is proud to have received the following invitation, though it is hardly necessary to say that the invitation is of itself a mere iormanty, us bvb .uu,i zen knows that he is privileged to at tend the function without, invitation, The printed invitation reads: You are respectfully invited to attend the festivities in honor of the Officers and Men of the American Fleet, which will assemble in the Bay of San Francisco on arrival during the month of May. Nineteen hundred and eight, Edward Robeson Taylor, Mayor of the 'ity and County of San Francisco. James D. Phelan, Chairman of the Official Committee for the Reception of the Fleet. Warden Rynning Returns with Escaped Trusty. capt. Thomas i.ynmng supemu.uu- entof the territorial prison, returned Sunday from NogaleS) Son()ra, with one R.tfae Valenzuela. a "trusty" who es- Caped from the prison some five months Ugo and who has been held for some time by the Mexican autnonne. vaienzueia raautj esuafu vm.u ncting as a trusty when only four months of his sentence remained to be served. He was finally located ?n Mexico and has been held in the. state penitentiary pending the arrival of ex tradition papers through the state de partment at Washington. Capt. Ryn ning received the papers last week and went after his prisoner. Reduction Works at Kingman. It is reported that the company which is to operate the Maguire mines, south 0f Kingman, is expected in Kingman by the loth of March and that work is to be commencea on to 1 nn imnsp ,.pfwt,inn planfc and are to be -worked on a big scale. "ine main vein 01 ine group, iue Bimetal, is one of the greatest gold mines in the territory, between walls ; fiill,. -.fin foot, nnn nnrripe viilnocits entire wid'th It s situated in one of the most) acceSsible parts of the county, the main line of the Santa Fe railroad passing over the claim. Water for fining and milling purposes has been obtained close to the mines. iwnnave M- j n -j0 Probate Court OF THE COUNTY OF YUMA. TERRITOItY OF ARIZONA. In the matter of the Estate of liiulalia Uisares, deceased, and Jesus Uasares, deceased. Notice of Hearing of Pinal Ac count and Report and Petition f or Distribution. Notice is hereby given that the final account of Henry Levy, tbe administrator of the estate 0f Eulalia Casares, deceased, and j Casares, deceased, has b rendered to said court for settlement, and that a petition count; and that Saturday, the 21st dav of March, A. D. 1903, at -m n'r.lnr.lr a. m.. has been dulv appointed by said court for the settlement of said account and hearing said petition, at which tjme any person interested in sa estate may appear and file hjs exceptions, in writing, to said account, and contest the iu - same, Dated Feb. 19, 1908. Tr-ion-i-ili TT d rtr f rnrr r n P1' , nP Prrtu!ltn 4c Court. ' J. M j (jeeeral DEALER Main Street, Between Second and Third. TELEPHONE 31 - AND Telephone I i A. HARPOLD, Colton PRICE 2 to 2l2 feet high, each 22 to 3 feet high, each 3 to 3Jfeet high, each 32 to 4 feet high, each 4 to 41 feet high, each All Freight Prepaid on the 100 OFFICIAL MINUTES Of the Proceedings of the Board 'of Supervisors of Yuma County, Ariaonc. Oftice of Board of Supervisors of Yuma County, Arizona, "Yuma, Feb. 21, 1908. . Board of Supervisors of Yuma county met at 10 a. m., pursuant to adjournment, all members district Attorney and clerk pre sent; minutes of Jan. 23, 1908, were read and approved, all members voting aye. It being the day and hour set for receiving bids for publishing the proceedings of the board of supervisors, feeding county pris oners, transportation of insane persons from Yuma to Phoenix, and county supplies, the clerk receipt of scaled bids from the following, to-wit: The H. H. McNeil Co., Citizen Printing and Pub. Co., Johnson & Bowles, E. D. Hodges,. J. H. Godfrey, Jr., R. H. Stanton, T. J. Pugh, M. Downey, A. M.Fos ter, W. H. Shorey, A. L. De Mund, J. W. Dorrington, and The Enterprise Co. On Motion, duly seconded and carried ajl bids were opened and examined and ordered rued and to be laid over for further con sideration until 2 p. m. On motion board took recess until 2 p. m. Board met at 2 p. m., all members, district attor ney and clerk present. On motion contracts were awarded to the following persons. they being the lowest bidders: To M. Downey (1) Care of in digent sick, including medical attendance, medicme, food, lodg ing and clothing, at 1.40 per day each. (2) Examination of alleged insane persons and for attending coroner's inquests at 2.50 for each; medical snd sur gical attendance for outdoor re lief of poor, to include the pris oners confined in the county jail, at 75 cents for each person for each day's attendance. (3) Care of dependent poor where med ical attendance is not required, including good and substantial food, lodging and clothing, at 75 cents per day for each person. The total expense for the year for medical and surgical attend ance and medicines called for in subdivisions 1 and 2 to be limited to $-100. If awarded the contract the said M. Downey will employ a rpgularly qualified and licensed physician to perform the medical and surgical services called for in this contract and will at once begin the construction and prep aration of sanitary quarters to be used as a county hospital. To E. D. Hodges To furnish all county prisoners confined in the county jail with meals con sisting of good, substantial food, ! to be delivered at the county jail twice a day at the hours desig- IN - Si I' LOOK OVER YOUR HARNESS CAREFULLY. If it isn't all vou want it to be come in and see our harness styles, strength, workmanship and values. There's no compulsion even insistence about buying. If you're pleased with mate rial and prices of course you'll find it tn vour interest to buv without our urnnff or even asking you. Come in. JOHNSON & BOWLES PHONE 62 Nurseryman, Box 204 LIST 7c 8c 9c 1 lc 14c lots or more. Send Postal Orders. nated by the sheriff, at a stated price of 15 cents for each meal. J. H. Godfrey, Jr. To trans port insane persons from Yumu to tne asyium ai jrnoenu iur me sum of 70 for each person. To Johnson & Bowles To bury county dead, asprovided in paragraph 1027 of the revised statutes of Arizona, 1901, includ ing a head-board with the name; age and date of death, if obtain able, for the sum of 9.75 each. To J. W. Dorrington To pub-", lish the proceedings of the board of supervisors of Yuma county and all legal matters and all oth er matters for publication re quired by the county, for one year from April 1, 1908, to March 31, 1909, for the sum of 850. To The Enterprise Co. Envelopes(large) thousand 5 65 (small) " Letter heads, " County demands, " To W. H. Shorey Tax receipts, per hundred Notice to road overseers, per hundred License receipts, " Voucher " " 3-65 4 35 12 50 Requisitions, To A. M. Foster- School tax receipts, ' Road tax. " " 1 1 2 27 Warrants, Assessor's blanks c; To The H. H. McNeil Co. Rec of License 815 00 Sheriff's docket 12 50 Rec schl land leases 18 00 Tax col cash book 18 00 Blotter of inst'mts filed for record . -. . 15 00 Justice dockets 1 30 Powers of- atty med ...... 12 50 Book of leases med 12 50 Judgmt back tax cases 12 50 Crim reg dist court 18 00 Eilin and allowance Record claims 20 00 Register of trans med .... 13 00 Notices of at real estate. . . 15 00 "Rplpnses of mortgages ... 15 00 Ass'mt mortg's and leases 15 00 Ledger for treas office . Original assessmet roll Duplicate " Execution docket ...... License reports Sheriff's record, civil.. 12 50 35 50 32 50 12 00 12 50 12 00 Jailer's report 12 00 Chattel mortgages 15 00 Book of mines 15 01 Notarial com and bonds .. 15 00 Register of actions 12 50 Index to appointments of agents by corporations 10 00 Delinquent tax roll 10 00 Great Register ; . 13 50 Articles of incorporation. 15 00 Mortgages .- 15 00 Record of teachers 10 00 Calendar and bench dkt. . . 12 00 Fee book 12 50 Register of claims 12 50 Reg of school warrants.. . 12 50 Reg of school vouchers. . . 12 50 Misc fee book 3 50 Accts of school districts . . 12 50 Record of wills 12 50 jflerchaiidl re AT LAST! 4 The people of Yuma have . . , access to an acknowledge - "" -ed standard, world-wide-. . A advertised Shoe, at the price that it is sold at where it is Made. 1 in all styles and all leath ers; high cut and low cut; all sizes and all widths, and the one price of $3.50 per pair ,1;. Can be found at - s E. F. SANGUINETTPS MODERN DEPARTMENT STORE. Special Attention to Hail Orders. sAWvv OUTHERN PACIFIC HOTEL BEST HOTEL IN YUHA Remodeled snd Refurnished by tfee New Management. Dlniro; Room the Beat in Yuma AH White Help. GOOD SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION ED. AND BEN HODGES, JOHNSON DEB.LERS IN CROCKERY, Next Door RcAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE GENERAL AGENTS ,E3 Abstracts of Title to ail Lands, Town Lots, Mines and Canals in Yuma County. JOHNSON UNDERTAKERS p. W. MURPHY, Director. NIGHT PHOFB 96 Cor. Main t Record of insane persons. 12 50 Record of School Supt ... 12 50 Cash book ; 9 00 Order and minute book.. . 12 50 Inventovy and appraiscmt for minor's estate 12 50 Letteis of administrator ond bonds 12 50 Rec of marriage licenses. 12 50 Deeds of trust ' 15 00 Index to mines 16 00 Deeds of trust, grantor.. . 16 00 Deeds of trust, grantee. .. 16- 00 Record of mines 16 00 Minutes district court 15 00 Deeds 15 00 Judgment book 15 00 Register of reports of con tagious diseases 7 50 Register of births 7 50 Register of deaths 7 50 Back tax book 16 00 Record of mines 2 50 Warranty deeds 22 50 AT LAST! Proprietors rj. r- f "Wrv A Txf AV. r ' e V V V & BOWLES GLASSWARE to 3?ostofficc Entablished in IG39 Incorporated 1906 YUMA, ARIZONA I & BOWLES, AND EMBALMER'S Open Nights. Lady Assistant arid Third Sts. DAY PHONE 62 Afildvt of labor performed and improvements made 22 50 Quit-claim deeds 22 50 Realty mortgage 22 50 Mining deeds .i. . 22 50 Index to affidavits, etc.. . . 17 50 Motion docket 10 00 Naturalization record.. j.. 16 00 Articles of co partnership 13 50 Register of actions. and fLe book .T.V.L ..1. 15 00 Original assessment roll old form 12 50 Duplicate assessing roll old form.. 1. 12 50 Map case . ! T. . .".". ?. T . . 7 50 Map book index r. . . 6 00 On motion tlie clerk is hereby instructed to notify the success ful bidders of their awards and instruct them to furnish bond and contract on or before the first day of April, 1008, subject to the approval of the board of Continued.