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Arizona Sentinel.
J, W, DORRINGTON, Proprietor.
I For the week ending March 17, 19C8.
nivnfWcpk Hehitive Tempera
Da or wcck Humidity. ture.
5am 5pm Max. Min.
Wednesday. 23 12 85 53
Thursday 22 13 88 49
Friday C'l 8 $2 44
Saturday 68 12 91 46
Sunday 61 12 P6 53
Monday 63 10 m 55
Tuesday 40 14 92 53
Excess of temperature for the week 48
aexrp (is.
Rainfall for the week trace,
Ofiiclal in Charge
Normal rainfall for the year, from 26 years'
record. 2.97 inches.
Southern Pacific Train Schedule.
V'-tna, Arizona, June 6, 1907.
Arriviu and departure of Passenger
No. 44 arrive 6-lo pm depart 6-20 pra
No. 8 arrive 8--5 am depart 8-35 am
No. 10 ar. 10-10 pin depart 10-20 pm
No. 43-ar. 10-35 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
After spending a few days in Yuma
Attorney C L. Brown returned to El
'Cjentro TuesdaW morning.
Racine Wagons and Buggies can't
be beat, in either quality or price.
Alexander & Co., sole agents.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Lorona welcomed a
baby girl to their home Sunday morn
ing last.
Sotnethingto drink, pure and whole
some Alhambra Water and Ginger
Ale at Alexander & Co.'s, the up-to-date
Treasurer George Michelsen and
family returned Sunday evening from
a ten days' sojourn at Agua Caliente
Red Ribbon Beer is the Best. At
Alexander & Co., the up-to-date Gro
cers. The Southern I'acific Company furth
er reduced the working force at Yuma
on Monday, discharging six men from
the round house.
The Yuma Ice Co.'s extra dry ginger
ale is on sale wherever drinks are
sold. Try it.
The 'first through train was sent over
the Yuma-Laguna railroad on Tuesday.
It was.com posed of four cars of cement,
one of hay, and a car each of canned
goods and machinery.
Drop in and see your friends
at the Old Plantation; you'll be
sure to find 'era there.
A daughter was born Monday morn
ing to Mrs. Josef a Bojorquey-
Lunches of all kinds American and
German at the OLD PLANTATION
W. E. Beckman of Wendendale has
given a bond of $6000 on one-half inter
est in the Wonder, Black Metal anl
Summit mining claims in the Ellsworth
FOR RENT 3-room house on Second
avenue, opposite new school building.
Inqire of Henry Wupperman.
.1. M. Molina has gone north with a
force of men to do some further devel
opment work on his mining claims near
Fancy China and glassware, one-half
off, at Darling's.
W, H. Lyon is now sole proprietor of
The Stag saloon, having bought the in
terest of bis partner, L. Ct Stahl.
Clocks and silverware, one-third off,
at Darling's.
The first-cutting of alfalfa for the
season in the valley was made on Frank
Crane's place last week.
Galvanized tubs, 25 per cent off, at
Dr. J. F. Teufert returned Friday
from Laguna dam after fifteen days'
absence. Ue left yesterday for Kofa
on professional business.
Ladies' $1.50 shirt waists 50c while
they last, at Darling's.
Sheriff Gus Livingston left last night
for Phoenix.
Misses' $2.00 dresses on sale at $1.25
at Darling's.
O. F. Townsend, who has b ea laid
up for several weeks with inflammatory
rheumatism, is able to be around again.
John Faubion, the brickyard man,
is building a brick cottage south of
Newt Parks, senior meniber of Parks
& Parks, plumbers, has returned from
h happy ten-days' visit with his pa
rents, in Los Angeles.
John Nugent, brother of the late
Michael .1. Nugent, arrived in Yuma
Friday from Troy, N. Y.
A. J. Edwards, a well known young
lawyer of Phoenix, was in Yuma Fri
day on professional business.
Prison Superintendent Thomas H.
Kynning was in Los Angeles on busi
ness this week.
A. M. Ainsworth has let a contract,
,vand the material is on the ground, for
a six-roim cottage on South First ave
nue. At Friday's session of the probate
court the estate of Miss lOulalie Casares
and Jesus Casares was closed and the
administrator, Henry Levy, discharged.
L. W. Williams sold five acres of his
quarter section near Somerton to
Ralph Jacobs for $100 per acre.
The Galloway place in Yuma valley
was sold last week to R. A. Moor of
California, for $125 per acre.
Change of Train Schedule.
The new (Southern Pacific train
schedule went into effect Monday night
at 12 o'clock. The only passenger
trains affected are Nos. 7 and 8. The
former now arrives at 6:20 a. in. instead
of 5:10 as heretofore, " while No. 8 ar
rives at 5:24 p. m. instead of 8:50 p. m
No. 7 will breakfast at Yuma and the
passengers of No. 8 can eat their sup
per here.
The freight schedule has been altered
by cutting out, the Yuma-Indio local
entirely. Through . freights Nos. 241
and 242 will carry the local freight as
far as Imperial Junction and the Indio
Calexico local will take care of it from
there. These changes will be appreci
ated by the people at Mohawk, when
the Gila recedes so it can be crossed
without ferrying, as they can go right
through to Mohawk without stopping
at Mohawk Summit. It also gives the
people of Kofa and North Star an all
night rest at Mohawk Summit, going
or coming.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, ?
Lucas County,
Frank J. Cheney makes outh that he
is senior partner of the firm of F.J
Cl.eney & Co., doing business in the
city of Toledo, county and state afore
said, and that said firm will pay the
sura of One Hundred Dollars for each
and every case of Catarrh that cannot
be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence this 6th day of Decem
ber, A. D. 1886.
A. W. Gleason,
Seal" Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally and acts directly on the blood
and raucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. CHKNEY& Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by druggists. Price 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
Alfalfa Dropped.
Since the hay harvest commenced in
Yuma valley alfalfa has dropped from
$25 to $12 per ton.
Tetter, Salt Rheum and Eczema.
These are diseases for-which Cham
berlain's Salve is especially valuable.
It quickly allays the itching and smart
ing and snn effects a cure. Price 25c.
For sale at the Ketcherside drug ttore.
Lost Brother.
Should this meet the eye of anyone
knowing the whereabouts of M. E.
Barr, born in Hickman county, Ten
nessee, please communicate with his
sister, Mary M. Barr, at Wichita Falls,
Texas, and oblige
Wichita Falls, Texas.
No Use to Die.
"I have fonnd out that there is no
use to die of lung trouble as long as you
can get Dr. King's New Discovery."
says Airs, J. P. White of Rushboro, Pa.
"I would not be alive today only for
that Wonderful medicine. It loosens
up a cough quicker than anything else,
and cures lung disease even after the
case is pronounced hopeless." This
most reliable remedy for coughs and
colds, la grippe, asthma, bronchitis and
hoarseness is sold under guarantee at
all druggists'. 50c and $1.00. Trial
bottle free.
Sarah Brinley Claimant of Big Estate
Los Aneles has two claimants of the
great $35,000,000 Putnam estate, one of
them, according to the Examiner, be
ing Miss Sarah Brinley, daughter of
ex-Judge Brinley, formerly of Yuma.
Good For Everybody.
Mr. Norman R. Coulter, a prominent
architect in the Delbert building, San
Francisco, says: ''I fully endorse all
that has been said of Electric Bitters
as a tonic medicine. It is good for ev
erybody. It corrects stomach, liver
and kidney disorders in a prompt and
efficient manner and bailds up the sys
tem." Electric Bitters is the best
spring medicine ever sold over a drug
gist's counter; as a blood purifier it is
unequalled. 50c at all drug stores,
Mining Party.
W. A Marvin, B. C. Latham, C. H.
Mathis and F. H. Latham left Tuesday
morning for the Mammoth Tank min
ing district, Imperial county, to look at
some promising gold properties held
by Mr. Marvin and others. The Lath
am boys are tho lucky prospector; of
the day and their services are much
sought after.
Do Not Crowd the Season.
The first warm "days of spring bring
with them a desire to get out and enjoy
the exhilarating air and sunshine. Chil
dren that have been housed up' all win
ter are brought out and you wonder
where they all come from. The heavy
winicr clothing is thrown aside and
many shed their flannels. Then a cold
wave comes and people say that grip is
epidemic. Colds at this season are
even more dangerous than in midwinter
as there is much more danger of pneu
monia. Take Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, however, and you will have
nothing to fear. It always cures, and
we have never known a cold to result
in pneumonia when it was used. It is
pleasant and safe to take. Children
like it. For sale at the Ketcherside
drug store.
The Toggery, Incorporated.
Articles of "The Toggery, Incorpo
rated," have been filed with the county
recorder, the corporators being E. F.
Sanguinetti and Harry Brownstetter.
The business of The Toggery will be
conducted in The Hub store, the stock
of the latter having been purchased by
the new company. Mr. A. L. Verdugo
will continue as manager of the new
Jurors Drawn for April Term.
District Clerk Utting and Sheriff
Livingston met with Probate Judge
Godfrey in the latter's office Monday
for the purpose of drawing grand and
trial jurors for the April term of the
district court, which convenes in Yuma
on Monday, April 6. Following is. a
list of the jurors drawn:
It. A. Tapia J. O. Spittler
J. M. Speese J. A"? Pomeroy
Paul Moretti L. Glascow
('. Gilroy Geo. M. Bridge
E. F. Sanguinetti 1). L. Bailey
A. A. Ault Marion A. Andrews
J. F. Nottbusch Althee Modesti
C. L. Mvers ' Edward L. Crane
Henry C. Kester W. A. Bowles
Otis E, Young W. D. Kirkland
A. Y. Greer.
Krank Keppler
John. Newman
James Alexander
David Figueroa
R. A. Hightower
A Galloway
Joe R. Henry
C. W. Thomas
James Chappell
A. C. Jordan
John E. Brazee
Samuel F, DeCorse
J. W. Fishbausrh
J. M. Balsa
N. M. Hue.kaby.
E. D. Marshall .
Anson Duggan
W. G. Crowder
W. E. Lynch v
J. E. Hayden '
John H. Beeler
David C. Caylor
Wra.-E. Cloyd ,
J. H. Benner
11. E. Lee
J. H. Hay'nes
J. M. Thacker
Geo. W, Crane
Alex, E. McBetb.
P. J. Miller
Geo. McClellan
A. W. Townsend
E. W. McDaniels
Geo. M. Doyle
W. A. Brower
W. J. Nichols
Barney Meeden
I loy D. Jacobs
Sam Calie
James Hobbs
John E. Groover
J. S. Cox
B. Hansherger
N. P. Larsen
ii. S, I'etc-kin
Henry E. Pinney
A. H. Brown
Alfred E Johnson
O. H. Crane
Reuben M. Moss
Cause of Stomach Troubles.
When a man has trouble with his
stomach you may know that he is eat
ing more than he should or of some ar
tide of food or drink not suited to his
age or occupation, or that his bowels
are habitually constipated. Take Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets to
regulate the bowels and improve the
digestion and .see if the troulile does
not disappear. Ask for a free sample.
Sold at the Ketcherside drug store.
Mine Locations.
Bouse, at Bouse, by Nick Schlum-
Ready Cash, near Bouse, by J. C.
Denton and James A. Otis.
Humboldt group of four, 18 miles
southeast of Ehrenberg, by H. C.
Mueller, B. A. Frazer,'" C. E. Jarwood
and E. Frankel.
Webfoot, Mossback, Oregon and
Washington, Trigo district, by O. P.
Carl and W. R. Allen.
Peekaboo and Fraction, five miles
west of Bnuse, by Thomas Bouse and
R. M. MuMahon.
Valentine, near Bouse, by C. W.
Herod and R. M. McMahon.
A Guaranteed Cure for Piles.
Itching, Blind, Bleeding, Protruding
Piles. Druggists are authorized to re
fund money ifPAX) OINTMENT fails
to cure in (5 to 14 days. 50c.
Postoffice Contract Transferred.
E. F. Sanguinetti has assigned his
contract with the government for the
construction of a postoffice building to
Charles Henry, recently from the
Klondyke country. Mr. Henry has
purchased from Mr. Sanguinetti a lot
ou which is now a frame building occu
pied by Charley S Lowe's saloon. The
building to be erected will be 27x82
feet, two stories, and built of concrete.
The entire lower floor will be occupied
by the postollice and the second .floor
by offices.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it
ails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
on each box. 25c. - . ' ' , "
W. K. FosteV Killed in Desperate - -
Fight at Helvetia v ...
Helvetia, a mining camp. 25 miles
south of Tucson, was the scene of . a
desperate and bloody encounter Sunday
afternoon between W. K. Foster and
three Mexicans. Foster was killed,
but fatally stabbed two of the Mexi
cans after receiving his death wound.
Foster was formerly a guard at the
penitentiary and is remembered here
as an unusually quiet and peaceable
Your grocer must sell
poor coffee; we can't all
be ccmfortable; but he
needn't sell it to you.
Your erorer returns your money if you don't
like Schilling's Best: we pay him.
Captain Meeden III.
County Assessor Meeden returned
Monday from the northern part of the
county a very sick man and at once
took to his bed. He was taken ill -at
Wendendale and at once started for
home, but was compelled to stop over
in Phoenix one day for rest and medi
cine. Captain's present condition is
considered quite alarming.
Another Gold Find.
W. C. Pruitt returned last Thursday
from the northern part of Yuma coun
ty, where he had been prospecting for
several months. He and his partner,
a short time ago, located a group of
claims three miles south of Alamo
Springs. From the tests made the
rock proves to be quite rich in gold
and the locators are confident they
have made a valuable find.
Resolutions of Sympathy.
Wherens, The Grand Exalted Ruler
of the Universe has called our beloved
brother, Michael J. Nugent, to the
Eternal Lodge above, and,
Whereas, Brother Nugent, by his ac
tivity and earnest ness. in the welfare of
our order and keen appreciation of the
precepts and principles thereof,strongly
endeared himself to the members of
this lodge, and,
Whereas, The separation thus de
creed by Him who guides the destinies
of all the lodges of all peoples and na
tions, a loss from which we will be
slow to recover, now, therefore,
Be it Resolved, That Yuma Lodge
No. 476, of the Benevolent and Protect
ive Order of Elks, of Yuma, Arizona,
of which Lodge Brother Nugent was
an honorary life member and a Past
Kxalted Ruler, at its regular meeting
in Memorial and Tablet Session, held
March 10, 1008, extends its most heart
felt sympathy to the, sister, brother
and nephew of deceased, who were with
him in his lust moments, and to' other
members of his- family.
Resolved, That these, resolutions
he. spread in full on the minutes-.of-.this
session, a copy thereofA ent. t Miss
Mary K. Nugent, t.hfr sister, - of our de-
eeasea orotne.r, ana:,a cojjyr,iurnisnea
the press for publication . .
MUliord vinsor,
'F.-L. Ewrn'g, m , .
' 1 "Frank Baxter. -:ifV?
- Committee.
The Lucky Quarter.
Is the one you. pay' out for a. box. of
Dr..King.'s New Life Pills. Theybring
you the health that's more precious
than jewels.- Try them, fojvbeadache.
biliousness, constipation and malaria
If they disappoint you the price will be
cheerfully refunded at all drug stores,
Democratic Convention !at Tucson."
The territorial democratic committee
met at Phoenix on the23rq andselect
ed Tucson as the place, and May -28th
as the date for hohlingiihePffCEritorial;
convention to. elect deleg-ates.ta the na
tional convention, at . Denver. The
Tucson convention will "be composed of
220 delegates, apportionedjon the basis
of one delegate fr every G0 votes cast.
for Mark Smith at the la.st election.
Yuma will have eight delegates.
T. G. Whitesides of Maricopa county
was elected to fill the vacancy made
by the death of Hon. Mike Nugent of
Yuma county.
The manner of selecting- delegates
from each county was left to the county
central committees.
Before the adjournment, of the com
mittee. J. M. O'Connell, Geo. H. Kelly
and J. F. Wilson were appointed to
draft resolutions of respect for Hon
M. .1. Nugent afld Hon. M. G. Saman
eigo, who have died since, the last
committee meeting..
A Touching Paragraph.
Nothing that Dr. VanDvke has writ
ten, nothing that he ever will write, is
finer or more beautiful "than the clos
ing paragraph of his essay, "A Leaf of
Spearmint." He bids a loving farewell
to the comrade and father who taught
him how to fish.
"Dear Covernor," he writes, and
there are tears and delight in his words
for those who re id, "you have gone out
of the wilderness now, and your steps
will be no more beside ;tbese remem
bered little rivers no jnore, forever
andforever. You will not come in
sight around any bend in this clear
Swiftwater stream where you made
your last cast?: your cheery voice will
never again ring out through the deep
ening twilight where you are lingering
for your disciple to catch up with you;
he will never again hear your call
'Hallo, my boy! What luck? Time to
o home!' But there is a river in the
country where you have gone, is there
not? a river with trees growing all
around it evergreen trees; and some
where by those shady banks, within
sound of clear running waters, I think
you will be dreaming .and waiting for
your boy, if he follows, the .trail that
.you have shown him, even to the end."
Notice of School Election.
Notice is hereby given Lathe quali
fied electors of Yuma school district
No. 1, county of Yuma, that the annual
school meeting for the election of a
school trustee will.be- held on Saturday,
March 28. 1908, at the. public school
hodse of said district. The polls will'
be, open between the hours of 9 o'clock
a. m. and 4 o'clock p. ra. ' '
School Trustees.
Enforce the Hitching Ordinance.
Monday was a day prolific of run
aways in Yuma. The laundry- wagon
team and one of Alexander & Co.'s de
livery teams were among the number.
The latter took a circle around and
ended where they started, but without
the wagon, which they kicked loose
from early in their flight. O. P. Bon-
desson's big horse, attached to a buggy
and standing unhitched in front of
Shorey's, became frightened and took
a wild spin down the narrow, crowded
street. He was stopped before going
far, though i; is a wonder there were
no damaging collisions. By the way.
why not enforce the hitching ordi
nance? One of these days a sej-ious
accident will ociur some one will get
killed or maimed, and then but whv
wait till then?
The semi-annual convention of the
Third Arizona District Sunday School
Association, comprising Maricopa, Pi
nal and Yuma counties, will be held at
Tempe April 3rd, 4th and 5th.
Charley Meadows yesterday made a
sale to C. D. Churchill, of lots 22, 23
and 24, block 57, in Las Vegas addition,
for $600,
Lock the Stable
after the horse is stolen, That
is.the way people do about their
teeth. They go to a dentist after
teeth are. ruined and they are in
pain. At the first sign of decay
a tooth should receive attention.
If you have such a tooth I can
save it.
Boom 5I r : Gandolfo Hotel
isn't much and
may save you
a lot of dollars:
If you are
thinking of
we can-interest '
tr,if good,
gQQds and. low
prices will doit.
We are getting
new supplies .uj
daily and canr r.
give you ah.. -
assortment .6i
table delicacies '
,as well as the1
food stuffs.-
The up-to-date Grocers.
Nursery For Yuma Valley.
Samuel Cumming, the San Bernar
dino nurseryman, ' has decided to start
a nursery in Yuma valley and will be
gin the preliminary work next week
He expects to have eucalyptus shoots
for planting by next fall, and orange
and lemon trees for transplanting with
in two years.
Death From Appendicitis. .
Wiley T. Patterson, who had been
living in Yuma a short time, died yes
terday from an acute attack of appen
dicitis. He was ffrst attacked one
week ago. Dr. Ap John, the attend
ing physician, wanted to perform the
customary operation for the malady
but the patient objected and he was
not permitted to do so. The home of
deceased was Sawtelle, Cal, where he
leaves a wife and four children.
Robbed Barber Shop.
Charley Thomas's barber shop was
robbed Thursday night, the thief tak
ing about everything there was in
sight, including every razor in the
shop. One of the razors was recovered,
it having heen sold to a barkeeper on
North Main street. Five dollars in
nickels and Mexican coins in a drawer
was overlooked. The indications were
that entrance to the shop was effected
by means of skeleton keys, as Mr.
Thomas found the doors locked as he
had left them in the evening. A man
suspected of turning the trick is in jail.
Great Game.
One of the most startling and scien
tist! base ball games on record was
played by the printers and barbers at
West Side park last Sunday afternoon,
the. printers beating the tonsoirial art
ists -.by the close shave of 17 to 16
Some of the gang started practicing on
high balls Saturday night and by 2
o'clock Sunday, -when the real game
commenced, were in wonderful form
and voice especially voice. One of
the type-stickers who rooted dug in so
hard that he lost his voice and is hunt
ing for it yet; "But they had dead
loads of fun and will play some more
some time when the zephyrs are
Assistant Superintendent Wilder left
for Phoenix yesterday after William
Tempe, a Maricopa Indian, who escaped
from the . prison last November, tie
.was a trusty, and taking aovantage of
the liberties accorded him, stole 8300
worth of jewelry from the superintend
ent's quartets and decamped. The
jewelry, which belonged to a niece of
'apt. Ward, was mostly- recovered.
Like all of the Indians who break away
from jail or the prison, Tempe wan
dered back to the reservation of his
tribe and gave himself up.
I lev. J. A. Crouch, for several years
pastor of the M. E. church in this city,
but now at Mesa, was in Yuma last
Friday and in the evening delivered an
illustrated lecture to a good audience
at Masonic hall. Mr. Crouch has a
great many friends in Yuma, who were
jlad to see him.
A 75-ton mill and a well-drilling out
fit for the North Star mine formed part
of the cargo of the steamer Cochan as
it steamed up the river last Saturday.
The machinery will be unloaded at
Castle Dome Landing and from there
hauled to the mine in wagons.
Mrs. George Thing has been appoint
ed to a position as teacher in the Fort
Yuma Indian school, taking the place
of Miss Jennie Hood, who has been
transferred to the Chillocco school in
The Yuma Ice Co.'s soda water is the
best. Only pure, distilled wateris
used in its manufacture, therefore it is
also the most healthful. Drink no
I am closing out my old line of Matting, consisting of
50c and 35c goods, at
25 Cents per Yard
Good Bargains on all kinds of Furniture.
JOE HENRY The Fnu.lture
in the New Henry Building.
Light Livery of all descriptions. Outfits for the Desert
and Mountain. Ezpress Wagon service.. Trucking
and Mauling in all their branches
Livery, Phone 48. 4 Transfer, Phone 47
"It Leads
Leading Daily of Southwestern Arizona
'See Shorey about it
Cofd Asp 5tcrsc8
David Bafsz, Proprietor.
Alfalfa-Fed Cattle from the Salt 1 1
River Valley received by
Rail Here.
I Yuma, Arizona.
T Si 'Js Si'Ji'Jt 'J. rijsrftflrijt JJiJJi'JJt jt iji '3 '5' ?i ft t &
Is All the
at the Yuma Meat Market.
There is a reaso.n fort this, but
you'll find that out by giving us
your meat orders.
Profits K
Are Small
in the meat market very but
we can afford to margin that end
of our business close to cost, so
as to
and Please
our regular customers. Try us
on a meat order.
F. and I. Hodges
Yuma Meat M
Phone 23
Ralph .Jacobs has sold his 160-acre
ranch in the vaUey to O. P. Cuibcrtr
son of Texas for 65G00.
?-Xa aid Place
Others Follow
r Tit a t i-
Second-hand 5-stamp
Mill, Boiler & Engine
very cheap for cash or
trade. Inquire of
Jas. Milton, Yuma
Good Things
to Eat.
First and IVIaixi
In the Probate Court
Of the County of Yuran, Territory
of Arizona.
In the matter of the Estate of-).
Michael J. Nugent, deceased, j -Notice
of Hearing Petition.
Notice is hereby given that
AT T7I -vr j. 1 t .'V . "
lviary su. n ugeni; nas niea in tnis
court her petition praying that
the last will and testament of the'
above-named deceased, filed the
18th day of March, 1908, be ad.-'
mitted to probate and that letters.,
testamentary be granted to said.'
petitioner, Mary E. Nugent, and'
that the same will be heard on'
Friday, the tenth day of Aprjl,
A. D. 1908, at nine o'clock in the,
forenoon of said day, at the court
room of said court, in the county,
of Yuma, Territory of "Arizona,
and all persons interested in said;
estate are notified then and there,
to appear and show cause, if any
they have, why the prayer of
said petitioner should not be.
Dated Yuma, Ariz., March 19,
Joseph H. Godfrey,
Seal Clerk.
First pub March 18 14 '
For School Trustee.
At the request of friends 1 have der
cided to be a candidate for School
Trustee at the election to be held on
March 28, 1908, and ask the support of
all voters who have confidence in me a
a public official.

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