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Arizona Sentinel.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 23, l!)C8.
THIS PflPER
VETISINU AGENi'Y, INC., 427 South
Main St.. I.os Angeles, and 779 Market
St., San Francisco, where contracts for
"advertising can be mude for it.
For President
WILLIAA1 HOWARD TAFT
For Vice-President
JAMES S. SHERMAN
For Delegate to Congress
RALPH CAMERON .
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Primary Election September UC.
County Convention October:?.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL-I hereby an
nounce mvself as a candidate for reelec
tion to the position of Legislative Councilman,
.subject to the will and action of the Republican
Countv convention Donald McI.ntyke.
COUNTY" RECORDER I hereby announce
myself juj n candidate for re-election to
the office of County Recorder, subject to the
net ion of the Republican County Convention
James M. Poi.hamus.
PROBATE .1UDGE I hereby announce
that 1 am a candidate for re election to
the office or Probata Judge, subject to the
action of the Republican County Convention.
Joseph H. Godfrey.
. b .
SURVEYOR I hereby announce my can
didacy for re-election to the otliee of
t'ounty Surveyor, subject totheKCtioa of the
Republican Couu y Convention.
V. II. ELLIOTT.
SURVEYOR I hereby announce myself us
candidate for Surveyor, subject to
The action of tbc Republican County Con
vention. H. C. Johnson.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 1 hereby nn
nouuee myself us a candidnte for re-election
to the office of Justice of the Peace of
Yuma Precinct, 'subjet:t to the notion of the
Republican County Convention.
J. L. Rkdondo.
FOR
SIDELIGHTS ON THE
POLITICAL SITUATION.
The campaign may be said to
be fairly on "back"" east" and is
rapidly spreading westward.
The fine Italian hand of the
ubiquitous Mr. Hearst can be
observed among the storm clouds
of political . disruption; his ex
pose of trickery and insincerity
by former partisan cohorts dis
turbs the equanimity of the
reat commoner to that extent
that his fusilade of oratory has
been reduced to sermons of ex
planation and general denial.
When Mr. Taft shall have suc
ceeded to the Presidential chair
Mr. Hearst will have assisted in
doing greater good for the pub
lic than had he remained with
the Democratic party. Coming
closer to home, an admiring con
stituency can point out that "Our
Mark" is less indolent than dur
ing the past twenty years. Mr.
Smith is attempting to ayold the
inevitable Waterloo that the
"Highland Chief" gives assur
ance will face the hoary headed
veteran from "Dear Old Co
chise." Cameron is making a
campaign that astounds the
Democratic leader. Mr. Smith
is driven to the extreme of de
fending himself against imag
inary accusations that he may
detract from the real, incontro
vertible facts, i. e., that Ari
zona owes no allegiance toone
who is satisfied to become a pen
sioner without having rendered
material aid to her past or fu
ture -welfare. Ralph Cameron,
who is one of Arizona's most
enterprising and progressive
citizens, has been chosen by the
Republican party as its stand
ard bearer because of his ability
to "do things" and his devotion
to the interests of the public
Mr. Cameron when placed in the
public scales was not found want
ing. When he goes to Wash
ington as our accredited repre
sentative Arizona will be ad
mitted to statehood without any
reservations. The dominant
party will, lend ear to his ap
peal.
Cameron is honest, capable
and fearless. He will be a tire
less representative. Let every
man and woman in the vicinity
of Yuma 'meet the "Highland
Chief when he visits this city
on the 1-th oi October.
For the Legislative Council.
Donald Melntyru has an announce
ineut of bis audidaey for the-Legibla
rye Council io its proper place in this
kasiccpaI IVL
i
WJe of the sentinel.
."" A Bold Step.
To overcome tho wcll-grouncLod and
reasonable objections of tho mora intel
ligent, to the use of secret, medicinal con
?ounds, Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N.
'., some time vs.ro, decided to make a bold
departure from the usual course pursued
by tho makers of put-up medicines for do
mestic use, and. so has published broad
cast and oBCTtfy to the whole world, a full
and compraie "list of all the ingredients
entering inVo-the composition of his widely
celebrated fcpdlcics. Thus he has taken
his numerpSs outrons and patients into
his full icnfblence. Thus too he has rc
xaoveuismedicines from among secret
nostnfmof doubtful merits, and made
them&Rcmcdics of Itnouni Corn-position.
V.v tb i3 .bold-Step. Dr. P?p has shown
tliTtTTTKjorrnuias arftof- such, ovltenctt
hat ""t- w fr: id '.to subject them to
thj'.iji.'ii n5icr" , . ...
Not only docs the wrapper of every bo. tie
of Ir. Pierce's Gulden Medical Discovery, the.
famous mculnno lor -weait stoi.iaui. juu
liver or biliousness and all catarrhal diseases
wherever located, have printed upon it. in
v'Mln Knglish, a full and complete l'st of all
the inffredlents composing it, but a small
book has lecn compiled frori nymorors
standard medical works, of dl tho different
schools of practice, conlalnirff very numer
ous extracts from tho writings of leading
practitioners of medicine, endorsing in the
Rtrtmgc.it possible terms, each and every ingre
dient contained in Dr. l'ieiw's medicines.
One of theso little books will bo mailed free
to anvoue sending address on postal card or
bv letter, to Dr. R. V. Pierce. Buffalo. N. ..
nnd retmcstlnc tho same, trom this httlo
book it will be learned that Dr. Pierce's med-
nal roots of great value: also that some pf
the most valuable ingredients contained in
Dr. Pierce's Favorite. L'rcsrription. for weal;,
aenuns. over-worked, "run-down." nervous
and debilitated women, were employed. Ions
yfars apo, bv the Indians for similar ailments
affecting tlieir sjuaws. In fact, one of the
most valuable medicinal plants entering: into
the composition of Dr. Pierce's iavorlte Pre
scription was known to the Indians as
"Squaw-Weed." Our knowledge of tho uses
of not a few of our most valuable native, me
dicinal plants was pained from the Indians.
As made up by Improved and exact pro
cesses, tho " Favorite Prescription ': is a most
efficient remedy for regulating all tho wom
anly functions, correcting displacements, as
prolapsus, anteverslon and retorversion.
overcoming- painful periods, toning up the
nerves and bringing about a perfect state oJ
health. Sold by all dealers in i.diciiibs.
Capbiin Frazer has returned from
the coast, after an absence of two tyr
three ionths, and seems to have taken
n a.new lease of life. He looks len
years younger than when he wentaway
' Mrs. .1. L. Rimpau and daughter
have returned from their summer's va
cation spent at coast points.
Joe Henry has put np a neat and sub
stantial awning in front of his furniture
establishment on Main street!.
The primaries of all parties will be
held Saturday, the 2Gch.
.TohnT. Hemphill returned yesterday
from an e.tended( visit- to his old home
in Tennessee.
On uccouutof burned ties on abridge
between Glumis and Knob, No. 10 was
an hour late last night.
Farmer Mulford Winsor is going to
try the culture of the thornless cactus
on his farm in the valley. He was in
town yesterday and took home with
him a lot of the plants to set out.
TEA
The cost of good tea is
so' very Jittle : only a third
of a cent a cup! a cent-and-a-half
or two cents
for the family breakfast !
Your srroccr returns your money if you don't
ULe Schilling's Best: we pay him.
WE WILL NOT FOR
GET HARK SPIITH.
The Tucson Star of the 15th
publishes an elaborate editoria
which reads very much as though
it came from the pen of Mark
Smith. In truth, it is as much
like his utterances as a good
photograph would be of his face.
The caption of the article "Ar
lzoua win iNOD i1orget iviarK
TTT.,1 TlT . in i H T l
Smith," will probably be made
manifest at the November elec
tion. They will not lorget him
when they come to make inquiries
as to what Mark Smith has done
during the sixteen years he has
been in congress. What has he
accomplished for Arizona? He
certainly has not secured Arizona
Statehood. He has not secured
Arizona any appropriations. He
has uot secured Arizona any
public buildings. What character
of legislation has he performed
for Arizona during his so-called
"long laborious term of service?"
Profaably Mark can answer. It
is true his voice was not heard
in favor of the removal of the
criminal Apaches from Arizona
during the earlv terra of his ser
vice. It is true he fought and did
his best to prevent the creation
of the United States Land Court,
which returned 1,300,000 acres to
the public domain which was held
by fraudulent land grant claim
ants. Had his efforts been suc
cessful against this bill, the set
tlers on the fraudulent Keavis
grant would still be struggling to
remove the cloud from their
title.Many of the settlors in Yuma
county, Santa Cruz and Cochise
counties would still be struggling
to remove the cloud from the
titles to their farm homes which
the Land Court removed for
them.
Mark Smith has always op
posed appropriations for the ed
ucation of the Indian children
located on the various reserva
tions of Arizona. The most vim-
lent speeches uttered by him
were agaiUbt these appropri -
ations.
Mark Smith was an enemy to
the school land lease bill, which
turned into the "School Fund"
more than 10,000. during the
present year.
Mark Smith has always repre
sented special interests in con
gress as against the people.
This is why several large cor
porations have labored to keep
him in congress.
Mark Smith made a most stub
born tight against tne anu-
ambling bill in congress, not
only once, but twice. When' the
bill was about to be reported by
Senator Hoar several years ago
against gam bl in r in territories,
Mark Smith succeeded in side
tracking the bill. Two years ago
Mark Smith bitterly fought the
anti-gambling bill in congress,
and in his public utterances ma
ligned some Arizona citizens who
were in favor of the bill.
These are a few of the good
things Mark Smith opposed- in-
congress during his term of ser-
vice.
What public service has Mark
Smith accomplished for Arizona
during his long term in congress?
It is up to Mark to .answer. If
he does not, Arizona tony forget
phini November next.
independence League
Ticket.
The apathy in political circles
has been shattered and very
soon henceforth the political pot,
already simmering, will begin to
boil and sizzle.'
The Independence League, a
dormant factor and accredited
here with little vitality outside
of the Hearst news service, tuis
broken loose here and threat
ens to cut considerable of the
congealed fluid. The League
met today and named a ticket
which must be conceded to 'have
elements of strength not to be
despised by ' either of the old
parties. :
This is the ticket:
For Legislati ve-Cou ncil Felix
Mayhew.
Legislative Assembly C. H.
Meadows.
CountyTreasurer L.W. Alex
ander. Sheriff W. C. DeSpain.
Probate Judge Fred Wessel.
Recorder Henry Levy.
Justice of the Peace George
Doyle.
Constable Chas. J. Lyon.
District Attorney H e -n r y
Wupperman.
Supervisors N, C. Larson
and C. E. Denmark.
After the primaries, next
Saturday, it will be possible to
name the tickets of the other
three parties with more "or less
certainty, although the nomi
nating conventions are not to be
held until October 3.
i
WHYI RALPH CAHERON.
. The democratic Press of the
territory appears to be singing
the same tune to the words,
"Why Should Ralph Cameron
be Elected to Congress?" The
answer is very simple. Ralph
Cameron should be elected be
cause the people of Arizona de
sire to have some one in congress
who can be of service to them
and not devote his entire time
to special interests.
RalDh Cameron should be
elected because as a successful
business man he will prove a
successful agent at Washington
in representing the interests pf
the people of the territory.
Ralph Cameron should be
elected because he is one of the
people. His interests areidenti
tied with those of the people. He
knows what the people desire.
He knows many of their wants,
and he, as a successful business
man. will know how7 to meet
these needs.
Raloh Cameron should be
elected because as a successful
business man in every enterprise
he has undertaken, he will like
wise make a winning in publ
affairs.
Ralph Cameron should be
elected because he is a highly
intellectual citizen of splendid
character, temperate inj-iabitsas
well as speech, and stands well
in his community and with the
people throughout the territory.
Ralph Cameron should be
elected because with a republi-
can President, republican House
: and Senate, his election will in-
J sure us Statehood, one inalien-
J. M. MOLINA
f DEALER IN , J
Qeneral jVerchandise j
Main Street, Bepweex Second and Third.
TELEPHONE 31
AND
Port Yuma Store
Telephone 2. i
gj WIIU.AMS &
DeMUND
W res
tling
UXDEH THE MANAGEMENT OF J. J,. L12E
Saturday Night, Sept. "20
J.
vs.
Fred Robertson
Catch-as-Catch Can Style, Best Two in Three,
For One Hundred Dollars a'Side,
j Admission 50c
able right the people have been
pleading for.lo, these many years
Ralph Cameron should
be
elected.
The Democrats are encouraged
when the Republicans appear
anxious, aitnougn experience
should have taught them that
just about that time the Republi
cans begin to do their best cam
paign work.
Notice of Hearing
t-'etition
' In the Probate Court of the County
of Yuma, Territory of Arizona.
Tn the matter of the Estate of )
Dolores Townsend, deceased, f
Notice is hereby hiven that. Frank G.
Townsend has filed in this court his
petition praying that letters of admin
istration of the estate of said deceased
be granled him and that the same will
be heard on Monday, the 5th day of
October, A. D. 1908, at ten 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
rrayer of said petitioner bhoulcl not be
granted.
Dated September 21, 1908.
Joseph H. Godfrey,
Seal ' Clerk.
Sep 23 t2
Notice of Hearing ,
Petition.
Tn the Probate Court of the County
of Yuma, Territory of Arizona.
In the matter of the Estate of
S. H. Logwood, deceased (
Notice is hereby given that J. W.
Logwood lias filed in tbjs court his
petition praying that letters of admin
istration of the estate of S. U. Logwood,
deceabed, be granted him, and that the
same will be heard on Monday, the oth
day of October, A. D. 190S, at two
o'clock in the afternoon of said day, at
the co' rtroom of sail 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
tho prayer of said petitioner should not
be granted.
Dated Yuma, Arizona, September 21,
1908.
Joseph H. Godfrey,
Se:il Clerk.
Sept 23 1 2
Lively at Picacho.
According to Willis Lawrence, super
intendent of the Picauho Basin mine,
extensive preparations for mining are
going on at Picacho, about 100 men be
ing employed.
The water pipe line from the river
to the mill has been completed and
plenty of water for all purposes is now
available. The old mill has been trans
ferred from the river to the mine and
is beiir placed in position and will be
ready for operations by the first of Jan
uary. There is a vast quantity of ore easily
accessible, but being low grade, the
company is equipping with the most
modern labor-saving devices and the
rook will be handled but once, so that
operations will be profitably from the
j atari.
LOOK OVER YOUR HARNESS
' nflRFFIII I Y.
If it isn't all ou want it to ho eome
in and see our harness styles, strength,
workmanship and values. There's no
compulsion even insistence ahout
buyinjr. Tf you're pleased with mate
rial and prices of course you'll lind it
to your interest to buy without our
urinr or even asking you. .. Come in.
JOHNSON & BOWLES
PHONE 62
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Proprietors
ay
Firemans' Tournament.
The Yuma fire department, by invi
tation of the Territorial Fair mnniie
menEwill.send a -team to Phoenix to
compete in the tonrnament during fair
week, with picked teams from other
cities of Arizona. Fourteen men will
go from, here and the boys are enthusi
astic over the coming- contest and be
lieve Yuma can win. At a meeting of
the department Monday night a com
mittee consisting of T. E. Brice, Gus
Livingston, Sr.. and J. E., Hightower,
was appointed to select a team, raise
money to defray the expenses of the
:ind ,nake liny arr!inements 'tuiit
i niaX.be deemed necessary.
Notice for Publication
Department of tho Interior.
s U. S. Land Office at Phoenix. Arizona,
3 Sept. 17, 1D08.
Notice hereby Riven that Felix Corona, of
Mohawk, Arizona, who. on September 17, 1901.
made Homestend Entry No. SJ96. (Serial ()8!):)
for the SWK, Section 21. Township 7. S, Kauixe
J.j W.. G. and b. K. Meridian, has hied notice or
intention to mike tlnal Five year proof to es
tablish claim to the lnnd above described, before
Charles H. Uttin, Clerk of the District Court,
at Yuma, Arizona, on the 31st day of October,
1908. '
Claimant names as witnesses:
George W. Norton. Rafael Coz and Lyman B.
Moody, all of Mohawk, Arizona, and Gus Liv
ingston, of Yuma. Arizona.
LYMAN W. WAKfcFIELD.
Kefiister
Sept 23. C8
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior,
U. S. Land Ofllce at Phoenix. Arizona.
Sept. 17. 1!)0S.
Notice is hereby triven that Manuel Lorona.
of Yuma. Arizona, who on July 12. 1901, made
Homestead Application No. 3039 (Serial No.i
WdS). for theSW SEU,EiiSW.SrMSVVM..
Section 31, Township lo South, Kance 21. West
G. and S- K. Meridian, has tiled notice of inten
tion to make llnal live-year proof to establish
claim to the land above described, beforh. the
Clerk of the District Court, at i uma, Arizona,
on the 31st day of October, 15)08.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Jim Tucker, Antonio Contreras. Misue) Mo
linn and Qeorfje Theilmann. all of Yuma, Ari
zona. '
Lyman W. Wakefield, Register.
Sept 2308
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior.
U, S. Land OHlcc at Phoenix. Arizona,
Sept. 17. 1008.
Notice is hereby civen that Harry Leonard.
of LjJunn. Arizona, who. on July 21. 1P03, made
Homestead Annlication No. (Serial No.0-254)
for w'i SwK of Section 27, TS'A SK section 28,
townshin 7. south range 22 we.st.G.and h. K.
Meridian, has tiled notice of intention to make
llnal tlve-vear nroof. to establish claim to tin
land-above described, before Charles II. Uttiuj:,
Clerk of the District Court, at uma, Arizona,
on the 30th day of October, 1M)8.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Robert A. MePherson. Fred Wessel and
William Hoyle. all of Lasuna. Arizona, and
William F. Tirnmons. of Yuma. Arizona.
Lyman W. Wakefield.
Sept 23, 1008 Resistor.
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior.
V. S. Land ofnee at Phoenix, Arizona.
Sept. 17, 10C8.
Notifc is hereby given that Myron .7. Kings
bury, of Yuma, Arizona, who on August 10. U03,
made Homestead Entry No. 1CM (Serial No.
l)U07).for Sq14 of iSK',4 Section 20. Township 8
South Range !L'2 West, O. and S. K. Me
ridian, has tiled notice ot intention to make
Hnnl live-year proof to establish claim to the
land above described, before Joseph II. God
frey, Clerk of Probate Conrt. at Yuma, Arizo
na, on the 3 1st day of October, 190S.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Thomas A. White. James Leonard Lee. Don
nld Mclniyre. Sr.. and William B. Gilman, all
of Yuma, Arizona. x n ,
Lyman W. Wakefield. Register.
Sept 2308
A. L. DeMutid has roue to Los An
geles to buy a uew moving picture machine.
Villas and Bungalows 3
s Big Reduction in Ren, 3
Itpp'.y Villa jj
-Jr"' office, ,
Safest dPN"
Beach" x iOs. 1
Iiancing. Fishing, v ' 1
Boating, SUating, H
Bathing, Daily Band ConcertSv. ($
AT LAST!
The people of Yuma have
access to an acknowledg
ed standard, world-wide
advertised Shoe, at the
price that it is sold at
where it is Made.
W. L. Douglas
$3.50' Shoe '
for Men.
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
E. F. SANGUINETTI'S
MODERN DEPARTMENT STORE.
Special Attention
REAL ESTATE
LOANS
INSURANCE
GENERAL
AGENTS
Abstracts of Title
to ail Lands, Town
Lots, Mines and
B Canals In Yuma County.
M
THERE'S NOTHING
MORE DE
LICIOUS THAN
BARKLEY'S
BEN-HUR
COFFEE.
Never sold in bulk, but put hot In air
tight tins direct from the roaster,
thereby preserving the rich aroma and
highdavoring
FRANK BAXTER
ATTY AT LAW
J. H. SHANSSEY
Baxter & Stianssey
REAL ESTATE
AND MINES
We have listed and for sale some of the bes
properties in Yuma auJ in the valley.
MINES EXAMINED AND REPORTED ON.
Business intrusted to our care will
receive prompt and careful attention.
Address:
P. O. Box 401, Yuma, Arizona
I Cold AIp Stcrzse jj
-tit
David Bafsz, Proprietor.
WHOI.ESAI.K AND HETAIIj
lJEAI.KIt IN
BEEF, HUTTON, PORK,
VEAL AND SAUSAGE.
Alfalfa-Fed Cattle from the Salt
River Valley received by
Rail Here.
Yuma, Arizona.
The political stones about Mr.
Taft saying that a dollar a clay
was enough for a workinginan,
and Mr. Bryan's designating
workmen "beggars'" are among
the threadbare and worm eaten
stage properties 'of past campaigns.
The Yuma
Title-Abstract Co
AT LAST!
Can befound at v
t
to flail Orders.
S
Cntablished in 1899
Incorporated 1906
YUMA, ARIZONA
Y
Meals 25 cents and Ip,
Everything nfv. Private rooms.
SANGU1NETTI BUILDING
East side of Main St.
CHAU A- YOUNG,
Proprietors
FOR RENT
A new fireproof store
room, corner of Second
street and Madison Ave.
Inquire at this office.
RAISES ALL DOUBTS
AS TO .ITS
PURITY
BARKLEY'S
BEN-HTJlv
STRICTLY
PURE
BAKING
POWDER
Is made from pure cream of tarter
(derived from California Trapes) and
hiphest grade bi-carbonate of soda; con
tains no alum or phosphate of lime.
LOS ANGELES
EXAMINER
AT SHOREY'S
Southwestern Nws Company
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The United States Treasurer,
Mr. Charles H. Treat, is credit-
. ed with saying that we should
j eat seven times a day. It is sup
! posed, from this utterance, that
the job of treasuier is even bet
' ter than was ever suspected.
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