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PIONEER paper
OF ARIZONA
OFFICIAL PAPER
OF YUMA COUNTY
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"Independent in all things." ? .'-' - " ? t ' . -
M ? - , . - " - - . Yuma, Arizona The Gate City of the Great Southwest
VOL. XiLXVn. YUMA, ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY MAY 27, 1908, NO. 30
Arizona Sentinel.
PUBLISHED J3VEUY WEDNESDAY
YUMA, : : : : ARIZONA
J. W. DORRINGTON. Proprietor.
SUIJSCRIPTION RATES:
One Year $2 00
Six Months 1 00
OFFICr.YlImECpXRY:
TEltKlTOKIAI. OFFJCEUS
Governor Joseph IT. Kihbey
Secretary V. P. Nichols
Auditor John N. Pape
Treasurer 12. E. Kirkland
Attorney General E. S. Clark
Surveyor Genor.il S. Inpalls
Sup't of Public Instruct ionr. R. LT. Long
Deleiratts to Congress Mark bmiin
Sup't Territorial Prison Jerry Millar
rnOENIX LAND OFFICK
Register Milton R. Moore
Receiver Fen S. Hiklrcth
t:ortNTY OPFlCKItS
District JuiIkc John H. Campbell
Clerk of District Court.. ....C. II. UttinR
c;0 ,w j II. II. Donkersley, Chairman:
Supervisors -J A H Kent an(1 J? IL S-nansscy,
Clerk Board of Supervisors ...Tas. M. Polhamus
Probate Judpe and Sup't of Schools
J. H. Godfrey
Sheriff Gus Livincston
Under Sheriff "Walter Riley
District Attorney P. T. Robertson
Treasurer Geo. Michelsen
Surveyor W. II. Elliott
County Physician Dr. Thomas J. Puh
County Recorder Jas. M. Polhamns
County Assessor C. V. Meeden
PKECUNCT OFFICERS
Justice of the Peace Joe Rcdondo
Constable'. 1 Julio Martinez
Trustee Yuma School District W. II. Elliott,
J. W. Dorrington.O. C. Johnson.
CITV OFFICEllS
Mayor...; A. L. DeMund
P. J. Miller, T V. Alexander.
Councilmcn Squire Munroc. John Gandolfo
I Donald McTntyre.
City Attorney P. L. Innraham.
City Clerk and Treasurer J. I. Rcdondo
Marshal R. A. Anderson
Street Commissioner J. II. Shanssey
POSTOFFICB HOURS:
Mail open on Sundays from 8 to 9 a. m.
Week days, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.
No Mottc'v Order business on Sundays.
Mail (East and West) closes every day at 7 p. m.
R. II. Chandler P. M.
YUMA LODGE NO. 7 A. O. U. W. MEETS
every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Visit
ing brethren in Rood standing are invited to
Attend. Yours in C II. and P.
F. Tj. EWING, M. W.
ED. MAYES, R.
ALLtANCIA HISPANO-AMERICANO NO.
10. meets every Sunday at Elks' hall, 6 p.
m. Mix u ee. Moxiior, Pres. J. L. Redokdo,
Secretary.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL. CHURCH
Preaching every other Sunday morning
at 11 o'clock and Sunday night at 7:30 by the
pastor, J. M. Ochcltree. Sunday School every
Sunday morning at 10 o'clock, P. T. Robertson,
Superintendent.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. SERVICES
on the fourth Sunday in each month at
2:30 p.m. Prayer meeting on Friday night of
each week. Eugene Keen, pastor in charge,
unday School every Sunday morning at 10.
CATHOLIC CHURCH DIRECTORY: SUN
days. Mass at 9 a m. Rosary and Bene
diction at 7 p. m. Week days. Mass at 7 a. m.
Christian doctrine taught daily by the pastor
In English at 8:30 a m.; In Spanish at 3:30 p.m.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS:
FRANK BAXTER, Attorney at Law and
Notary Public, Will practice iu all the
courts of the Territory. Special attention to
Mining and I-md Lavs. P. O. Box 401. First
Street, South Side, Yuma, Arizona.
E. B. KETCHERSIDE. J. A. KETCHERSIDE
KETCHERSIDE & KETCHERSIDE. PHY
slcians and Surgeons. Office in Cotter's
drug store.
H. Wppperman. MAitr A- Woppekman
WUPPERMAN & WUPPERMAN, ATTOR
ncys at law. Notary Public Court Re
porting, Offlcesin Wupperman Building, Yuma,
Arizona. Telephone No. 206.
ETER T. ROBERTSON. ATTORNEY AT
Law, Office in Cotter Bldg., Yuma, Ariz.
it rr.r.TmT rrvn, v.witkrkr and
V Surveyor: U. S. Deputy Mineral Sur-
jyor. uma, Arizona.
COME TO THE SENTINEL OFFICE
for Job Work. Satisfaction assured.
E.
TR.VUTMAN, Jeweler and
, Yuma, Arizona.
Optician.
ICILLtke cough
and CURE the LUHOS
WITH
w Oiseosr
PfiR Roughs sofEil:oo.
w QED5 Trla! Bottle Free
AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.
GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY
OR MONEY REFUNDED.
Neaiif s Boarding House.
Have your meals at Neabr's
Boarding House.
Meals: 25c and up.
Sunday Dinner: 35c,
MEAL HOURS Week days:
Breakfast, 5 to 10 A. M., Dinner,
11:30 a.m. to 2 P.M., Supper, 5:30
to 8 P.M.
You'll find your meals just as
you like them, and, if desired,
can have them cooked to order.
All kinds of, Spanish dishes, if
you like theni.
All home cooking. Come and
try our fare.
Mrs. D. Lf. Neahr.
LATEST MINING LOCA
TION BLANKS AT THE
SENTTNEL OFFICE.
OFFICERS
JOSHUA S. REYNOLDS President
M. W. FLOJRNOY Vice President
SOLOMON LUNA Vice President
R. J. PALEN Vice President
FRANK M'KEE '. Treasurer
DP.. J. WROTH Medical Director
A. P. M'MIU.EN Attorney
.1. FT. O'REILLY. ..Secretary and General .Manager
J. F. DA I LEY .'. Cashier
C. F. BUR K HART Actuary
Executive Committee
M. W. FLOURNOY A. M'MTLLEN"
SOLOMON LUNA J. H. O'RFILLY
JOSHUA REYNOLDS
Joshua S. Reynolds, President of the" First National
Bunk of Albuquerque, and also of the First National
Bank of El Paso.
Alonv.o B. McMillen, Attorney.
Dr. .lames H. Wrotb, Physician, Albuquerque.
ERFUL RECORD
One Million, Three Hundred
and Two Thousand, Five
Hundred Dollars Insurance
First Year
FINANCIAL STATEMENT
DECEMBER 31. 19073 OF THE
DIRECTORS (Continued)
M. W. Flourney, Vice President of the First National
Bank of Albuquerque.
R. .1. Palenot-the First National Bank of jSanta Fe.
.lames G. McNary, First National Bank of El Paso,
Texas.
Henry D. Bowman, of Bowman & Son, Las Cruces,
Bankers.
W. 1). Murray, President Silver City National Bank.
Solomon Luna, Pres. Bank of Commerce, Albuquerque
C. N. Blackwell, Cashier, First National Hank, Raton.
Mark A. Rogers, Physician, Tucson. .
E. A. Cahoon, Cashier, First National Bank, Roswell.
Lloyd B. Christy, Cashier, Valley Bank, Phoenix.
T. E. Pollock, President Arizona Central Bank, Flag
staff, Arizona.
John R. Hulet, Merchant. Hoi brook, Arizona.
E. W. Wells, Vice President Bank of Arizona, Pres
cott, Arizona.
M. .1. Cunningham, Cashier Bank of Bisbee, Bisbee.
John VV. Poe, Pres. Citizen's Nat'l. Bank, Albuquerque
Frank McKee, Cashier First Nat'l. Bank Albuquerque
J. H. O'Reilly, Insurance, Albuquerque.
Win. J. Mills, Chief Justice, Las Vegas.'
I
Occidental Life Insurance Co.
OF ARIZONA AND NEW MEXICO
KEEP YOUR MONEY
AT HOME
GROSS ASSETS
First Mortgage Loans $ 55,804 00
Collateral Loans 30,239 83
Cash in Banks ' 10.3-15 55
Bills Receivable and Agents Balances 8.956 79
Furniture, Fixtures and Supplies 2,341 23
Accrued Interest on Mortgages 2,409 22
Net Unreported Premiums.: 1,802 04
Total Assets 5... $117,958 CO
COA1PANY i : .Business Written 1st Year
Occidental, First Year ,'.7. 81,302,500
Aetna -. 1,285,710
Connecticut, Mutual 158,300
Equitable of New York 1,175,500
Equitable of Iowa 063.800
Fidelity Mutual 1,3-21.875
Franklin Life 283,000
i'erinania Life
Home Life of New York 1,321,875
Manhattan
Massachusetts Mutual 367,395
Mutual Benefit 2.310,402
Mutual Life of New York 1.640,718
LIABILITIES
Reserve on Outstanding Policies $ .5,417 00
Less Reserve on Reinsurance 834 00
Capital Stock 8100,000.00
Surplus 13,375 66 112,375 66
Total ..$117,758 66
Total Surplus to Policy Holders. . ..S113.375 66
Over $55,000.00 in First Mort
age Loans placed in Arizona
and New flexico during 1907.
COMPARISON WITH OTHER LEADING COMPANIE
Statement showing the business written by the Occidental
Life the first year compared with that of other leading com
panies in the first calendar yeav
COriPANY Business Written 1st Year
National Life of Vermont $ 465 700
New England Mutual....: -. . 948'no
New York Life r. . .' 929 038
North western Mutual . ; 555 '900
Penn Mutual
Phoenix Mutual :.."."..."....".."....."...."..." 341 872
Provident Life and Trust ......... 334'.000
Prudential 727;i68
State Life v 443,000
State Mutual, Worcester, Mass 900,727
Travelers
United Central, Cincinnati, O... 1,228,850
United States Life of New York
Washington Life 1.003,600
OMPANY
H. N, BEARD, Assistant Manager, at Hotel Gandolfo for a Few Days.
EN3L AGENTS
PHOENIX, ARIZ.
In the Flush of Youth
a keen young man is alive to the activi
ties that surround him. That's how it
is with this store. We're always" alive
to what's going un in the way of
Groceries
There's none more quick or more alert
in taking advantage of opportunities
where "spot cash" secures goods way
down and under usual wholesale prices.
We get on to such snaps, and that's why
our offerings and so much under the
usual, while goods offered are of the
highest grade. Come and see.
Alexander
& Co.
The Up to Date Groers.
! PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY.
Phone 89
LAUNDRY
Turns Out FrstCIass Work
Xf Leave orders at Shorey's, Southwestern News Company.
R. J. FRAIJO, Proprietor, Yuma, Ariz,
fidelity Title Guaranty Company
ABSTRACTS
And Ce tificates of Title
The Only Complete Set of Abstract Books in Yuma County
OFFICIAL MINUTES
Of the Proceedings of the Board
of Control of the Territory
of Arizona.
Phoenix, Arizona, May 7, 1908
The Board met at its office in the
Capitol Huildinpf on the above date at.
10 o'clock si. in., all members, including
.lohn H. Page, acting Governor; Sims
Ely, Territorial Audtor; ;ind Jumes J.
Riggs, Citizen Member and Secretary,
being present.
It being found that the balance to
the erediu of the Capitol Building fund
was S3G8.0G and insufficient to meet the
claims for the month of April, it was
ordered that the Territorial Treasurer
be notified to make a transfer on his
books of $2,000 00 from the General
fund to the Capitol Building fund, as
provided for in Chapter 102, Subdivis
ion 24, Laws 1907.
It was resolved that:
Inasmuch as on November 1st, 1907,
Win. Tern pe, convict No. 2471 in the
Territorial Prison, and on August 6th,
1907. Rafael Valenzuela, convict No.
2404, who were serving sentences in
the said prison, at Yuma, did escape
from the prison on the respective dates,
and it appearing that both of these
escaped convicts have since been re
turned to the said prison, and after due
notice and proof had been served on
the above offenders, as provided by
law, no satisfactory excuse was offered
to the Boiird for such breach of rules
and offense; it was ordered by the
Hoard that all good time earned by the
said Win, Terape and Rafael Valen.u
ela prior to their escapes on the above
dates be hereby declared forfeited,a
provided 4or in Paragraph 3589, U.S.
1U01.
The 'following Capitol Building fund j
claims for the month of April, 1908,
were examined and allowed for pay
ment from the Capitol Building fund,
as provided for in Act 35, Section 4,
Laws 1901:
Geo. H. Smith, salary and ex
penses as Supt. Capitol
grounds, April $ 231 50
A. G. Stark, salary and expen
ses as janitor Capitol Bld'g,
April 91 25
Pacific Gas & ICIec Co., service,
April 2S 00
City Ice Delivery Co., ice first
quarter, 1908 25 50
Lightning Delivery Transfers
Storage Co., dravage March
and April, 19Q8 22 02
W. C. Kniveton, services as
watchman 6 days in April. ...
Edward II. Rust, plants, 1908. .
Ccns. Tel. Tel. & Elec. Co.
Phone rent May and L. D.,
April, Auditor's office
Governor's office
Phone rent, May, Public Ifix-
amiuer
Phoenix Wood & Coal Co. fuel,
April, 1908
Phoenix Water Dept., service,
1908 15 30
18 00
12 25
9 95
9 05
4 50
9 00
Total expenses 47G 32
The following claims were examined
and allowed for payment from the Gen
eral fund, ns provided for in Paragraph
3f69, It. S. 1901:
Robert W. Hoag, April salary
as clerk Board of Control. ... 75 00
Joseph H. Kibbey, Governor
money advanced for expenses
trip to Clifton, Board of Con
trol, re Clifton Scholl House,
March 16-23, 1908 33 25
and strictly prohibits
the sale of alum
baking powder
So does France
So does Germany
$ 108 25
The following Territorial Asylum for
the Insane claims were examined and
allowed for payment from the Territo
rial Asylum for the Insane fund, as pro
vided for in Chapter 100, Section 1,
Laws 107 :
SUPPLIES.
Gollman & Co., provisions ....$ 658 87
Independent Meat Market,
meats 443 20
T. W. Chamberlain Lumber
Co., lumber and supplies.... 237 04
Valley L(,lour Mills, Hour, feed.. 203 71
Uorris-Heyman Furniture Co.,
household supplies 17 55
Pacific Gas & Elec. Co., elec-
tricservice 100 00
New York Store, men's furnish
ings 86 17
.1 W Dorris, sundries 81 22
Talbot & Hubbard, hardware... 65 20
M Gbldwater & Bro., clothing
and dry goods 34 45
A L Uoehmer, drugs
Ef H McNeil Co., office suppl's
I) R Hurtis, hardware 25 55
City Ice Delivery Co., ice 24 75
Pratt-Gilbert Co., hardware 24 38
II A Diehl Shoe Co., shoes 10 50
Arizona Publishing Co.. office
supplies
Germain Seed Co., seeds
Larson Drug Co., drugs
Boar Drug Co.. drugs
Goldberg Bros. Co., men's fur
nishings Cons. Tel. Tel. & Elec. Co.,
33 15
25 85
9 50
9 20
8 40
6 50
6 40
alum foods H
- Jf
1 The sale rf
has been made illegal in Washington and the Disu ict of Colum
bia, and alum baking powders are everywhere recognized as
injurious. T , u rf f
when ordering baking powder,
II'
and be very sure you get Royal.
Royal is the only Baking Povder made from Kcvzl Grape
vioaiu ui iaiia. ii aaas io me aigesuDiuty ana wnoie-
someness of the food.
Sap piamfy-'
phone rent 6 00
Alex A Davidson, shoeing 4 50
T A Marshall, shoeing 4 50
Phoenix Printing Co., office
supplies 4 45
Kunz Bros. & Messinger, re
pairs, etc 3 60
Ray Ferguson, Supt., miscella
neous 67 46
Arizona Iron Works, coal 284 05
Dorris-Heyman Furniture Co,
household supplies 92 23
Total supplies $2578 38
SALARIES.
Hay Ferguson, Supt S 250 00
F C Roberts, Steward 100 00
P Lundquist, Matron 50 00
Evan Settle, Day Attendant 45 00
M J Fitzgeraid, " 45 00
J T Holbert, " 45 00
CF Sutter,
A Botsford,
E M Remy,
'V J Offett, -C
W Itogers,
C P Creason,
C J Johnston,
J S Wilson,
E Van Leuven,
Day Attendant
13 days at $50.00 )
17 days at $45.00 )
Day Attendant
J J Dunn,
M T Brown,
14 days at $35.00
Day Attendant
11 days at $35.00
Nieht Attendant
26 days at $45.00
Day Attendant
Myrtle Sutter,
A M Remy, "
Jennie Bancroft, "
E M Barnard, Night Attendant
M K Denny, seamstress
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