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Ralph Cameron, Republican Candidate for Delegate to Congress, Will Address the People of Yuma on Monday, October 12
J. W. DOKRINGTON, Proprietor.
VDMA, - - - ARIZONA
OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER
WEDNESDAY, SKFT. 2H, l'ICS.
ROSE & ZELLER PropVs
Opposite Gandolfo Hotel
TWO SHOWS EACH WIGHT
ADMISSION 10 AND 15 CENTS.
2 Shows : 7:39 and 8:30
The Goolest, Best and Most
Popular Place of Amusement in
NO SHOW TONIGHT.
Cbange of Program Friday night
Charles Olcester has tle contract to
build a cement blocU bouse for .Toe
Drop in and see your friends
at the Old Plantation; you'll be
sure to find 'em there.
Mrs. O. ('.Johnson has returned from
a summer's vacation spent at coast
Something to drink, pure and whole
some Alhambra Wate'r and Ginger
Ale at Alexander & Co.'s, the up-to-date
Mrs. W. K. Elliott has gone to visit
friends at Pomona, Cul.
Red Ribbon Beer is the Host. At
& Co., the Up-To-Date
Mrs. Geo Downey and children have
returned from a. season at. the coast.
Racine Wagons and Maggies can't
be b-at, in either quality or price.
Alexander fc Co., sole agents.
v('harlpy Madows is back from a
business and pleasure trip, to Los An
gelos. 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
Attorney John Hess returned Satur
day from Chicago, where he spent the
summer. His wife and daughter will
follow in a short time.
Herald's Southern California Busi
ness College, (114 S. Grand avenue,
Los Angeles, has just issued their new
1903 College paper, the most interest
ing paper ever dedicated to business
training. It is descriptive of that
magnificent institution which has no
equal in the state. Paper sent free
upon request to J. W. LACKEY,
manager, of above address.
lames P. Buck, who was employed
as writer and printer on the Sentinel
eiht years ago, arrived here last week
from Calexico", Cal., where for a year
or so he has been with the Chronicle.
The Yuma Icq Co.'s extra dry ginger
ale is on sale wherever drinks are
sold. Try it.
George Trumbo, formerly of Yunfa,
now. of Imperial, was in the city last
Saturday shaking hands with old
1 he Misses Anna and Lillian VVadin
have returned from a month's vacation
at the. coast.
Miss Jennie Polhamur, cashier of the
First National hank, returned home
Sunday with her father and mother
after a month's vacation at coast points.
O. F. Townsend returned last night
from a short business trip to Los An
geles. The bell for, the new school house ar
rived yesterday ard has been put in
place. It weighs 1075 pounds.
Mrs. Price,'a lady of literary attain
ments and pleasing personality, has
recently become a re.-ident-of Yuma, as
the accredited representative and cor
respondent of the Phoenix Gazette.
Henry ('. Warnaek. formerly city
editor of tlio Yama Examiner, is in the
city. Mr. Warnaek is doing special
work for a Los Angeles daily.
Cirmelita de Palmer, an aged lady,
died at the County hospital last Sunday
evening and was given a Christian
Ki. tlio mirit.v' K'hiirh v:is inn-
. , , , j.i ;- n i u
tinted bv the undertaker. O. C. John-
Will C, DeSpain came back Monday
from Long I teach, where, he and 1p
family spent the summer. Mr. DeSpain
will go to the north part of the county
in a lew days to look after his mining
The coast pleasure seekers are re-
turning fast and the usual business ac
tivity of the cool seaon is becoming ev- J Mrs. George H. Rockwood anddaugb
ldent. The coming winter promises to Iter have returned from a summer's
be the beit for busiueb? that Yuma ha:. ! vi&tt wi.h Mrs. Rickwoorr parent j .it
em' experienced, j Kin math Fall.-. Oregon.
m DIEGO-YUMA ROAD
INTO S. P. HARDS.
What has long been predicted as to
the ultimate ownership of the San Diego
-Yuma Railroad, being built and finan
ced by John J). Sprec.kles. seems likely
of fulfillment, as witness the following
from a San Diego paper of recent date:
The railroad desire of the Spreckels
heart is this: He has organized the
San Diego and Arizona company for
the purpose of building a road :'00
m.les from San Diego east irom San
Diego across the desert to Yuma to
connect with the Southern Pacific line.
Mr. Spreekles has spent over a half a
million for rights of way. The route at
one point crosses Mexican territory in
Lower California. A concession was'
obtained by Mr. Spreekles from Presi
dent Diaz. (
Valuable terminal rights have been
obtained in Nan Diego, and Mr. Spreek
les hopes to avt.id bridging the Colora
do river at Yuma by buildinir to the
California end of the Southern Pacific
It will cost. 50,000,000 to build and
equip the proposed riad. Mr. Spreek
les, up-to-date, has not been - able to
linance and he wands Harriman to doso.
Mr. Harriman is not altogether in a
position to turn a deaf ear to the
Spreckels railroad song. .He does not
want some other railroad crowd like the
Bock Island, or Phelp, Imdge & 'o's
101 Paso :md Southwestern system to
join hands with Spreckels.
The Santa Fe is of a similar mind to
Harriman. It does not want any roads
but itself and the Southern Pacific in
the southern part of ihe state and pre
fers that Mr. Harriman snoujd linan.ee
Mr. Spreckels' road rather than do it
This being the situation, Mr. Harri
man is considering the Spreckels pro
ject, and most people are of the opinion
that when the favorable opportunity
comes a deal will be made: that Mr.
Spreckels, with the Southern Pacific's
consent, will be given much personal
and public credit for the enterprise,
and that Harriman will manage the eng
terprise in his own way.
Mow to Get Strong.
P.J. Daly of 1247 Y. Congress St.,
Chicago, telU . of a way to become
strong: He .ays: '"My mother who is
old and was very feebh-, is deriving so
much benefit from Electric Hitters,
that 1 feel it's my duty to tll those
who need a tonic and strengthening
medicine about it. In my mother's ise
a marked gain in flesh has resulted, in
somnia has been overcome, and she i
steadily growing stronger." Electric
Bitters quickly remedy stomach, liver
and kidney complaints. Sold under
guarantee at all drug stores at 50c.
Yuma Chorus Club.
Members of the Yuma Chorus -lnb
et Thursday evening last in honor of
Miss Anita Post, the club director,who
left for TucsonSunday to complete a
course in the University.
Tnis is an ailment for which Cham
berlain's Pain Balm h:s proven espec
ially valuable. In almost every in
stance it affords prompt and permanent
relief. Mr. Luke LaGrange of Orange
Mich., says of it: After using a plaster
and other remedies for three weeks for
a bad lame back, I pureli'ised a bottle
of Chamberlain's Pain Balm,
applications effected a cure."
by Ketcherside Drug store.
Creamery Talk Revived.
A creamery for Yuma is again in pros
pect. Mr. F. D. Smith, a gentleman
familiar with the milk and butter in
dustry and engaged in that business in
Los Angeles, arrived in Yuma Sunday
for the purpose of investigating the
feasibility of establishing a plant here.
Attack of Diarrhoea Cured by One
Dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy.
I was so weak from an attack of dia
rrhoea that I could hardly attend to my
duties, when 1 took a dose of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. It cured me entirely and I
bad been taking other medicine for nine
days wit hout relief. I heartily recom
mend this remedy as being the best to
my knowledge for bowel complaints. -II
(i. otcwart, of the lirm of Stewart fc
Hros., Greenville, Ala. For sale by
Ketcherside Drug SLore.
Yuma's swimming .hole or plunge
was opened to the. public Tuesday night,
and a large crowd was present, to enjoy
a dip in the water or watch others
splash around in the first plunge Yuma
ever had. The natatorium is verv evi
dently going to be a most popular
sort, and a profitable one for
A Paying Investment.'
John White of ;W Highland Ave.
Houhon, Maine. siiys: "Have been troub
led with a cough every winter and
spring. Last winter 1 tried many ad
vertised remedies but the cough con-
i Lin lieu uubii i uuugni. a ouc uuuieoi nr.
! . ,
King's New Discovery; before that was
' half gone, the cough was all gone. This
I lmvod; a few d(ISCs5 onoo morcs banished
j UiQ .-Qnu.i j am niW ,.onvincod
th.a Dr New Discovery is the
bl.st of aij COUi:h .IIld mv remedies."
Sojd undcr uai.al,tee a', all drug stores
at . 30c and $1.00. Trial bottles free.
.Tiiflcp WVltP!1 Sli'fi-I. former Cliif
Justice of Arizona, died in Los Angeles
last Monday morning from paresis, j
with which he was stricken several j
months ago. I
Former Justice Street is of English
Quaker stock, and was born at Salem, j
O., June S, 1S4G. lie 'was admitted to
the bar at St. ( -lairsville- O.. in 1871.
In 1877 he weit lo Ariv.ona, practicing
law in Prescott. Signal, Tucson and
Tombstone, in the last-named place
serving a term as county judge. In 1887
he went to Phoenix in partnership with
Briggs Goodrich. In October 1897, lie
was appointed Chief I ustice of Arizo
na, holding the office for a term.
His family consists of a wife and
two children, his wife and his son. Law
rence, were with him in Los Angeles.
A mairied daughter resides in London,
Former Jnstiee Street was a
Republican and once served
Chairman of the Republican
mittee of Ariv.oua..
He was also deeply interested in lodge
work, and belonged to the. Masons.
Workmen, Knights of Pythias and Odd
L'Vilows. He was elevated to be Grand
Chancellor Commander of the Knights
of Pythias in Arizona and served the
order several times as Supreme Repre
sentative. He has been honored also by election
to the place 'of president of t he Terri
torial Bar Association. Of pleasing
personality and of oratorical .gifts, he
was always welcomed as a speaker. His
notable charm of manner gave him
rare popularity among his associates
at the bar.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy One of
the Best on the Alarket.
For many years ( -ha mberlain's Cough
Remedy has constantly gained in favor
and popularity until it is now one of the
most staple medicines in use and lias an
enormous sale. It is intended espec
ially for acute throat and lung diseases,
such as coughs, colds and croup, and
can always be depended upon. It. is
pleasant and safe to take and is un
doubtedly the best in the market for
the purposes for which it is intended.
Sold bv Ketcherside Drug Store.
The following grand jurors have been
drawn for the October term of the Dis
trict Court: J. A. Dojovan, E. I''.
Sanguinetti. John StofTela. 11. F. Hop
kins V. Westfall, Dau Devore, V. W.
Underhill, George W. Schutz, V. E.
Scott, R. A. Tapia, T. D. Eberhardt,
S. D. (Cunningham, A. L. DeMund, li.
A. McPherson, D. C. Hose, John R.
Young, O. P. Uondesson, K. Trautman,
OtisE. Younsr. Tom Lyall, Gus Molina.
We offer One Hundred Dollars .Re
ward for any osse of Catarrh that, can
not be cured by Halt's Catarrh Cure.
.F. J. Chc-ney & Co.. Toledo, O.
We, the undereigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for i he. last 15 years, and be
lieve him t bo' honorable in all busi
ness transactions and financially able to
carry out any obligation made by his
firm. Walding, Kinnan V Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, ().
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter:
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of t he system. Tes
timonials sent free. Price 75c per bot
tle. Sold by all Druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
pation. Wrestling Hatch.
There will be a wrestling match Sat
urdav night at the Yuma Theatre be
tween F. W. Robertson and .1. V.
Fuquay,,who will struggle On the mat iu
a catch-as-catch-can bout, best two out
of three falls for 100 a side. The ad
mission fee is 50 cents.
This disease is caused by a derange
ment of the stomach. Take a dose of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets to correct this disorder and the sick
headache will disappear. Fof sale, bv
Ketcherside Drug Store.
The Yuma Theatre.
At the Kink last Thursday night
there was an entire change of pro
gramme, which was witnessed by i
good-sized audience. A sketch entitled
wnat a-.Man can do" was among
the pleasing features and was well
staged and aeted. Mrs. C. V. Meeden
presided at the piano and was repeat
They Take the Kinks Out.
"I have used -i: King's. New Life
l-nis lor many years, witn increasing
satisfaction. They take the kin's out
of stomach, liver and bowels, without
fuss or friction," savs N. H. Brown of
Pittslield. Yi. Guaranteed satisfactory
at all drug stores. Price 25c.
J. A. Reid to Picacho & Arizona
Coppor and Gold Mining company.
three claims in Ploinosa district; $5000.
Henry Miller to J. A. Donovan, trustee
u 1-2 of s 1-2 of sw 1-4, sec 12, tp 10 s r
21 w, G. & S. R. M. B. M.
Ramon Villa to Ed Mayes, undivided
j quarter interest in five claims, Thumb
Butte district; $100.
Ed Mayes to L. C. Stahl, uudivided
eighth interest in flvo claims. Thumb
Mrs. Abo Vol pin of San Francisco is
in Yuma again to spend ,tbe winter.
j Mrs. Vol pin's health has not been good
recently. .it. .be is Mifforiug from severe
I bronchial trouble.
will fall in and make yon look old
when your teeth are gone.
Bridge work is the most satis
iactnry and permanent method of
restoring lost teet h. Ir, does not
inconvenience the tongu- or sxil
the taste by planing an unpleas
ant mechaniehal device or a pin i e
in the mouth. It feels right,
looks well and lasts. Bridge work
is mv specialty.
dr. j. f: teufert
Room -51 : Gandolfo Hotel
Taking a stroll up to the far end of
Second Avenue last Sunday evening
for the first time in several moons, a
Sentinel representative had a first-time
view of many new and pretty homes,
and one of these belongs to Attorney
Y. b'. Timmons. Direct reference is
made to the Timmons place because
Mr. Timmons happened to be there and
took the pains to "show us around."
He took a pardonable pride in doing so,
for he has one of the prettiest and roost
comfortable resideuceson the Avenue,
and he was his own architect and builder
The house is not a pretentious one, but
better still is comfortable, roomy and
substantial, and hanosome withal.
Back of the house he has just completed
a stone, and cement "plunge" or swim
mi n' hole, which will certainly be a
delight for l he kids. And he is now
preparing to beautify the home grounds
with shrubbery and grass plots. The
Timmons heuso is an illustration of
what a man can do alone if he only sets
himself about it and works to an intelli
Schilling's 3est is a business-like
name;- you know
what it means; and it
means what you want.,
Your'prorer returns your money if you don't
Ilk it; we pay him.
$100,000 CLEANED UP .
BY NORTH STAR MINE.
A shipment of bullion was mnde from
the North Star mine last Tuesday, a
week ago, representing less thaii.'SO
days' clean-up, and was a pleasing sur
prise even to the owners. This was the
first shipment since t he new mill was
put in operation. Ss there i pienty
mere of the same ore iu sight, the
owners are naturally very jubilant.
Forty men are now working and this
force will be increased as they can be
placed to advantage in the progress of
The North Star is the mine discover
ed by Felix Mayhew and has made him
and his assoeiat.es rich They sold the
mine to New York Capitalists for $350,
000. and the indications are that they
will make millions out of their pur
chase. The claims are located in north
eastern Yuma county, not far from the
famous King of Arizona.
There has been considerable, litiga
tion involving the property, but all has
been settled, except a suit still pending
in which Dan J. ISrisiin brought suit,
for $30,000 claimed as a commission on
the sale of the mine. At the last term
of court the jury failed to agree and
the case is to be retried at the October
term. Urislin's attorneys are Timmons
& Baxter of Yuma and Sullivan of
-The Board of Supervisors on Monday
received and accepted the duplicate
assessment, roil, which was turned over
to the collector and the work of tax
gathering will be begun atonce. There
are S83.350.13 county taxes to be collect
ed, as shown by the following:
Valuations of duplicate
ta:: roll 2,576,654.65
Valuation of mines' tax roll 72.839.44
Tax to be collected...
School district No. 1, bond
Excess collected by Assess
or last year rate.
So, 530. 13
Less collected by assessor,
including above excess
Less statutory exemptions
Balance to be collected
Pete Munson Promoted.
Pete Munson, one of the best known
section foremen on the Southern Pacific
for years, has been promoted to the po
sition of road master of the Laguna
Dam branch, and is being congratulated
by his many friends. Pete Munson is
a careful and competent railroad man
and the promotion is no more than he
deserved for his long and faithful service.
Gas Rates Reduced.
The Yuma Electric and Water com
pany has announced a reduction in the
rates to be charhed for gas, to become
effective October 1. The old rates of
$2.2-3 for cooking and heating and $3.00
for lights has been reduced to $2.00 and
$3.00 per thousand. Evidently the
people of Yuma are to bo congratulated
on the change in the - management of
the Gas company. It is not often that
a company ha nut; ; monopoly voluntar
ily u:a! issiii-L u uio'.c ;to this.
is an expansives
ijualiry. It elasticity
assists him in tae
carvinsr of both fame f-
arul fortune. Both
are united here. TUfi
fame of our
has been heralded
both at home and
abroad. As to fortune
you're traveling its
buying of us. Friend
ot foe is alike welcome
when it comes to
exchanging our wares
for their money.
ALEXANDER & CO.
The up-to-date Grocers.
Robertson vs. Fnquay.
The wrestling match at the Rink
Saturday night promises to be a contest
worth seeing. Fred Robertson, one of
the principals, followed the business
for four years as a professi6nal, and has
defeated some of the best wrestlers in
his class. He is an all-around athlete,
weighs 1G0 pounds, and looks the
wrestler all over.
His opponent, .1 . W. , Fuquay, is a
railroad man and has no claim' to pro
fessionalism, but his strong athletic
frame betokens him a fy-eman wqrthy
of Mr. Robertson's ste'el-like sinews.
He weighs 158. Two weeks ago Fuquay
defeated Nesbitt, a local man of appar
ently much greater strength, and Fred
Robertson challenged the winner for a
match for $100 a side, and it was ac
cepted. Saturday night will determine
the status of the two men. There will
no doubt be a large crowd present to
witness the contest.
A Sure-enough Knocker.
.1. C. Goodwin of Reidsville, N. C.',
says: "Bucklen's Arnica Salve is a Sure
enough knocker for ulcers. A bad one
came on my leg last summer, but that
wonderful salve knocked it out in a few
rounds. Not even i scar remained."
Quiranteed for piles, sores, burus, etc.
25c at all drug stores.
Olfice of the County Treasurer and )
Tax Collector of Yuma County
The Duplicate Assessment Roll of
the Uountv of Yuma, Territory of Ari
zona, for the year 190S is now in my po
session for the collection of the taxes
levied and payable at my office at Yu
ma, Arizona. Said taxes will become
delinquent on the third Monday in De
cember next (December 21, 1908.) and
unless paid on (.hatdayor prior thereto,
15 cents on each piece or tract of land,
separately assessed, and on each assess
ment of persona property, as clerk's
costs, also interest at the rate of 12 per
cent per annum until paid, and 4 per
cent collector's fee, will be added
thereto GEO. MICHELS1CN,
Treasurer and F.x- llioio Tax Collector
Qf Yuma County. Sept. 23-4t
James Kodriquez, one of the prisoners
taken from here to work on the new
prison at Florence, escaped last -week
and has" not yet been apprehended.
Rodriquez was a trusty, as many of the
men taken to Florence are, and only
had eleven months to serve tocomplete
hi.- sentence, and this would 'ave been
reduced nearly one-half by continued
good behavior. If recaptured he will
of course lose all his credits and get ad
ditional time for running off. Rodre
quez was sent up from Yavapai county
Eugene Ingram a Benedict.
Fjisgene Ingram was recently married
to Miss Amber Day, a sister of Mrs.
W. H. Shorey, and a very charming
girl with many friends in Yuma. The
wedding took pb'ee in Seattle, Wash
ington. Cene Ingram, as he was popu
larly known here, was formerly in busi
ness in Yuma, and still has interests
here in connection with his father. The.
many friends of the young couple in
Yuma wish them much joy.
John Gandolfo contemplates the erec
tion of a modern hotel on the lotadjoin
inir the Imperial hotel in Phoenix, will
be a candidate for congress on the In
dependence League ticket.
The above from the Albuquerque
Citizen, would seem to indicate that
the exchange editor of that paper had
got his "dope sheets" somewhat con-y
A petition was boimr circulated by
Dick Stanton Saturday afternoon, asc
inir Senator Joseph B. Koraker to honor
Yuma by his presence some day in Oct
ober. The Senator is scheduled for
speeches in several cities of the terri
tory, and it is much to be hoped that
he may be induced to speak he-e. The
petition had over four hundred signa
tures, including men of all parties.
Charley lUtte.r, a popular engineer'
who formerly handled the throstle of
the helper engine at Yuma, has return
ed from a pleasant visit of four months
at his old home near .Chicago. . Ho will
later have a passenger run out of T,os
Angeles on the main line. ,and left for
that city yesterday.
The wife of John Gandolfo. Jr., re
turned last night from the coast.
it ji -
the simple necessities
have 'the goods to suit
'Good Bargains on all
in the New Henry Building.
NtQHT" Phone, Parlorj 96
Night Phone. Residence, 18
day Phone. Johnson & Bowles Hardware store, 62
O. C. JOHNSON
Undertaker and fcmfoalmei6
PARLORS : r F. W. MURPHY.
Cor. Third and Main Sts. director
' NORTON & MAYHEW'S.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY
From flohawk to Norton's, Half Way Well,
Kofa, North Star, and return.
And the Best Chauffeurs that canbe had.
For Special Trips, wire or write to
NORTON & MAYH EW, M hawk, Arizona.
R. J. MARSHALL, Prcp'r
Thoroughly Renovated and Refitted.
Clean, Cool, Comfortable. Finest Cuisineand Table Service: '
Solicits Patron'age of Yuma Residents. Caters to Commercial trade
Free Sample Rooms.-
BATHS F- E- CURTIS, Manager
Public School Opened. !
The Yuma ity schools opened Mon- I
day, with an enrollment of 375. In the j
high school department there was an i
enrollment of 40. The total numoer
will undoubtedly be increased, as some
of the students to be enrolled have not
yet returned from their summer's va
cation. The iirst day was taKen up
with the assignment of scholars, who
were also furnished with a list of books.
Fatal Accident at the Dam.
Andres Carrillo, a Mexican employed
at the dam lost his life last Thursday
by being struck by a large rock and
knocked into the river, where he was
drowned before he could be rescued.
The body was recovered and buried on
Another Mexican, Alberto HonorsH,
was caught by a cave-in and narrowly
escaped death, having three ribs broken
and was otherwise injured, but will re
cover. C. It. Buckey, a prominent business
man and capitalist from La Junta.
Colorado, spent a few days mvestigat
inj Yuma and Yuma valley last week
and seemed well pleased with the pros
pects. Mr. Buckey recently sold out a
banking business in which he was eng
gaged at La Junta, and is now looking
for a new location. He continued cn to
the coast, but his favorable impressions
of this section may caue him to return
again and go into something here.
Captain Isaac Polhamus and wife
have returned from San Pedro and Los
Angeles, where they spent the summer
with their children and families. Cap
tain Polhamus seems to be growing
younger, and the SO ears rests as light
ly upon him, as 50 upon many men.
Miss Adeline Frank, who has been
attending school in Los Angeles, for
the past two years, returned home
Sunday night. Miss Frank is a very
handsome and accomplished young lady
and has a large circle of friends- who
were glad to welcome her return.
On recommendation of County School
Superintendent Godfrey, the board of
supervisors have established Jordan
School district No. 28, tho boundaries
which are identical with voting Pre
cinct No. 13. Ten census children are
in the district.
Mrs. Wupperman and two children
returned Sunday night from the coast,
where they spent the summer, and as a
result Attorney Henry Wupperman is
about the happiest man in Yuma.
George V. Norton was in Yuma a
few hours last Wednesday on his return
from Los Angeles, where he had been
with his son Charley to place him in
TO CURE A GOLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets '
All druggists refund the money if it
ails to cure. W. Grove's signature
on euoh box. 25c.
for the palatial home or
of the tent house We
all tastes and conditions
kinds of Furniture.
P. E. CURTIS, Managef
OUR SCE BOX
and see what a splendid supply
of fresh meat of every kind
will greot your eye. We do
not exaggerate in the least
wheh we say that we have at
Icrst as good meats, game and
poultry as -an be had any
where in Arizona.
for roasting. They make, a tine
Sunday dinner. You'll lose
nothing but gain much by
coming here for your meats.
Our aim is to supply the best
meat obtainable at the lowest
possible price, and judging by
we are succeeding fairly well.
' F. and L Hodges
n IRnnt Aim!
First and Main
Agents Wanted: J.(5x20 crayon
portraits 40 cents, frames 10 cents and
up, sheet pictures one cent each. You
ean make 400 per cent profit, or $36.00
per week. Catalogue and Samples free.
KKANK W WILLIAMS COMPANY,
1208 W. Taylor St., Chicago, 111.
In Cattle can Bs Prevented
CUTTER'S BLACK LEG VACCHOE
rsrfr.rRLi's favorite, the most suc
cessful, easiest used and lowest
priced reuaoie vaccine mane.
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