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THE ONE REMEDY for women which contains no alcohol And no habit-forming drugs. Made from native medicinal forest roots of well established curative 'value. TO BUILD LINE WEST TO YUMA Arizona Democrat Not in many months baye rail road rumors of vital moment to the future of Arizona been so prevalent in the city as they are this week. In railroad circles little else is discussed than the purported plans of the Southern Pacific and the E. P. & S. W. The general opinion seems to be that the negotiations which have been pending between the two companies for weeks past, and which resulted in the sus pension of work by the Southern Pacific on its line between Kel ton and Naco were off and that a great war is likely between the two big companies which cannot fail to be of much benefit to Ari zona. According to a business man who spent some weeks of last summer in New York, an ar rangement was made between the PhelpsrDodge people and the Southern Pacific whereby the latter was to take over the Court land line and be given an outlet to Naco, Sonora, there to con nect with the Southern Pacific buildang; north, from Gunymas. WLbhiiH; tik& pos-ti three- wrecks the deal regarding the Nacozari line fell through and the Southern Pucific is now planning to paral lel all the lines of the Southwest ern in this territory, The arrival of Engineer C. S. Henning and his corps of assist ants last Sunday morning in Douglas and the departure of that corps of engineers for Here ford, set all kinds of railroad gossip going. Engineer Henning engaged an automobile for a three weeks' trip out of Hereford to the west. It may be stated without fear of contradiction that the engin eers are going by automobile over the proposed extension of the Southwestern between Ben son and Yuma, there to connect with the Spreckels line now pushing east with all speed out of San Diego. So authentic is the informa tisn regarding the plans of the Southwestern that it may be ta ken for granted that the Phelps Dodge interests have become largely in the Rock Island sys tem and the Spreckels line is to be the western outlet to the har bor of San Diego. Serial 02905 Notice for Publication Department of the Interior, U. S. Lund Office at Phoenix. Arizona. Feb. 14, 1010. Notice is hereby given that John McCivrty, of Yuma. Yuma county. Arizona, who. on Aupust 13. 1903, made Homestead Entry No. 4677, Serial 03)05. for Sefcf of Sxr'A, section 4. Township 8, South, Range 22 West, G. and R. K. 13. and Meridian, has llled notice of intention to make linal live-year proof to establish claim the lund above described, before Charles II, Utting, D. S, Commissioner, at his office in Yuma, Arizona, on the 23rd day of March, 1910. Claimant names as witnesses; John Speese, of Yuma, Arizona. William Bovle. ot Laguna, Arizona. Robert A. MePherson, of Yuma, Arizona. John D. Curruth. of Lacuna, Arizona. Frank H. Parker. Register. Feb 17 1010 Serial 28510 Notice for Publication Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona. January i!8. 1P10.. Notice is hereby given that Charles P.LaBatt of Yuma, Arizona, who, on April 21. HW, made Homestead Entry No.4532,Seriiil 02S51 for the Se of section 1. Township M. South.Range 23 West, G. and S. R. U and Meridian, has tiled notice of intention to make final live-vear proof to establish claim to the land above described, before Charles H, Utting, U. S. Commissioner, at his office in Yuma, Arizona, on the flth day of March, 1910. Claimant names as witnesses: James Milton. Thomas A. White. Oscar IT. Craine and Eddie Frankcl, all of Yuma. Ari zona. FRANK H. PARKER, Register. Fcby 3, 1910 Serial 02944 Notice of Intention to Pdakc Proof Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Phoenix. Arizona, Feb 14, 1010. I, William H. Lyon, of Yuma, Arizona, oneof the heirs of Mav Harris, deceased, who on Oc tober 28. 1903, made homestead entry No. 4750, Serial 02944, for the Nwj of section 15, Town ship 9, south, range 23 west, G and S. R. Meridian, hereby give notice of my intention to make linal Five year proof, on behalf and for the benefit of all of said heirs, to establish their claim to the lancKabove described, before CharlesH. Utting, Clerk of the District Court, at his office in Yuma Arizona, on. the 22nd day of March, 1910, by two of the following wit nesses: Joseph E. Keane, Moses S. Hibbard, Angel Tonini and Daniel J. Brislin. all of Yuma, Ari zona. FRANK H. PARKER, Register Feb 17, 1910 mm itppiKM To provide for the expected rush at the Los Angeles land office persons wishing to make homestead, entry on farms within the Yuma reclamation project, open to. entry at 9. o'clock the morning of March 1, Receiver Robinson and Register Yan Bu ren have issued instructions to the publ'C As the agents of the building will not permit anyone to remain indoors over night, any line that may be formed prior to the date of opening will be formed on the street under police surveillance. The head of the line will be allowed to enter ths building at an eany hour on the morning of March 1, and the line formation will be maintained in the hall of the buildins untill all the farms have been taken. The rule of first come first served will be strictly enforced, and each applicant should have his homestead application and his water right application filled out before taking his place in line. If nota native-born citizen of the United States be should have a certified copy of his dec laration to become a citizen, or naturalization papers attached to his homestead application. The proper amount of fees must be tendered at the time ap plication is presented in the shape of cash or a postofllce money order payable to O. R. W. Robinson, receiver. Only one farm unit can be entered by any one applicant, regardless of the acreage. PLAIN SPEAKING CAPTAIN OSBON Washington, Feb. IS2. Captain B. S. Osbon, secretary of the Arctic Club of America, has writ ten a letter to the sub committee of the house naval committee approving the latterTs action in voting down the proposition to make Peary a rear admiral. He says; "To have given this selfish egotist and braggart the rank of rear admiral would have been a foul blot on the record of congress and an insult to the navy. It would have disgusted millions of citizens who have no confidence in the alleged pole hunter. Arctic fur trader and story teller, who for nearly a quarter of a century has been living off the people and sailing under a naval rank to which he had no legal right. He should have been severely reprimanded by the navy department long ago." HIGH COST OF LIVING Tracing laboriously the causes of the high cost of living to mar keting by telephone, the waste of the cooks, the bridge playing of the women and the employ ment of deliver3T wagons by the retail grocers, while food trusts, monopolies and cold storage are overlooked, reminds us of Yankee Doodle, who couldn't see the town for the douses. Let us re form the extravagant women and the wasteful cooks, but let us also try not to be diverted from the bir offenders. Destroying Rats Many devices have been recom mended for driving rats from premises. Some are based on superstitions, but it must be re membered that nothing is gained when they are simply driven from one place to another. Their destruction must be sure aud complete. Traps are good, but the rats are so cunniug that after a few are caught the others seem to understand and stay away. To destroy rats, each evening when the cows are milked place a little fresh milk in seallow pans around where the rats can get it. Keerj this up for a week until they get bold and impatient for it. Then mix arsenic in the milk and await re sults. It will kill every rat that likes milk, and that means al most every one. Missouri Dairyman. Cofd Air Storage fl ARK ET David Bafsz, Proprietor, WHOLESALE ADD RETAIL DEALER IN BEEF, nUTTON, PORK, VEAL AND SAUSAGE. Alfalfa-Fed Cattle from the Salt River Valley received by f Rail Here. $ Yuma, Arizona. House, Sign and Decorative Carriages and Furniture a Specialty. Pieture Frames Made and Repaired. (jrammg. Marbling. Gilding, Silvering FIRST STREET BELOW ALPHA LAUNDRY. FOR Fl -Portrait Photos CONSULT 787 flARKET ST., Cor. 4th St. San Francisco "Commercial Photography Special Kates for Professionals. California Farm Loans Are a permanent investment in which the investor secures the highest interest in return compatible with absolute security. We are constantly malting and selling choice loans, and solicit inquiries from investors. LOflBARD & SON, INC. 1030 Monadnock Bid., San Francisco I The confidence felt by farmers and cardeners in Ferry's Seeds to-d:y would have been Lnpossiblcto feel in any seeds two score of years aro. vc have made a science of seed In Cattle Can nc Przventeo CUTTERS BLACK LEG VACCIHB California's favorite, the most suc cessful, easiest used and lovvcst priced reliable vaccine made. Powder, string or pill form. Wnto for free Black Leg Booklet. THE CUTTER LABORATORY Berkeley. Cal. If your druggist docs not stock oui vaccines, order direct from us. ThjlS PflPER Jep on file at KE AD- VETISiNG AGENCY, IN'C.,427 South Main St.. Tx)s Angeles; and 779 -Market St., San Francisco, wtlere contracts for advertisinjr can be made for it- 9, always do exactly what you expect of them. For sale everywhere. FZIOY'S 1310 SEED i AKHUAi Free on request D. LI. FERUY & CO., Dotroll, Mich, 25E2 passed by Congress forbld-JIng railroad operators working more than nine hours a day, has created demand for about 30,000 more telegraph operators than can now be secured. Railroad companies have cut rail road wires into Telegraphy departments of DIAUGHOM'S Practical Business Colleges. For booklet, "Yliy Iarn Telegraphy?" call or address Jno. F. Draughon, Pres. at EI Pas?, San An'Mia, Dallas or Kansas City. BUSINESS men say DRAUGHON'S Is THE BEST. THREE months' Bookkeeping by DRATJGIIOVS copyrighted methods equals SIX elsewhere. 75 of the U. S. COURT RE PORTERS write the Shorthand Draughon teaches. "Write for prices on lessons In Short hand, Bookkeeping, Penmanship, etc., BY HAIL or A r COLLEGE. 30 Colleges in 17 States. POSITIONS secured or BACK. Enter uu.v tlsae no vacation. fctetmosue THEE. The Oooiieofel Life Insurance Phenomenal Success it Has ; The Governor of Arizona Said to the Governor of New Mexico: "My acquaintance with the officers of the Occidental Life Insurance Comp'ny,and such information as I have been able to get from an examination into its affairs, have satisfied mo that it is a most worthy institution and deserves the support a.nd patronage of the citizens of Arizona and New Mexico. I particularly like the policy of the company in the sec tion of the country where it does business. My faith in the company is evidenced by the fact that I -am a pol cy holder for a substantial amount. Signed EICHARD E. SLOAN." The Governor of New Mexico Said to the Governor of Arizona : "I consider myself fortunate in being a stockholder in the Occi dental Life Insurance Compan', fori have had some experience as to the value of the stoclc in a weil-rnanaged life insurance com pany. 'The real future of the com pany is in all probability in the hands of the executive commit tee, and I am pleased to say they could not, in my opinion, haye selected better men to manage the company. 1 know them all. and they are careful, honest and shrewd men. ' It seems to me that it is im portant to the welfare of our ter ritory that the large sums of money which are annually paid in premiums on life insurance policies, and sent east, should be kept at homo, and invested in Arizona and Nc-w Mexico. The successful work already done by the Occidental Life Insurance Company in securing such large business during the first years of its existence makes me believe it will accomplish this end. Signed - WILLIAM J. MILLS." THE CHARACTER OF THE MEN WHO CONSTITUTE THE DIRECTORATE is sufficient to guarantee that the business of the Com pany is being honestly and ably conducted, and the policy of the Com pany of investing ALL,its money in the Territories should appeal to every local citizen of Arizona. The Occidental Life Insurance Company is an old line legal reserve company that is as strong, sound and reliable as any company doing business in our territories. Then why should you not give it your sup port'? Thousands of dollars have been loaned to our people and kept in the West since the organization of the Occidental: t he agentof a foreign company solicits your business to send YOUR MONEY nut of the country- He is employed by a foreign company, and his interest in our territories is correspondingly increased by the amount of his production for his foreign eraplovers. KEEP AT HOA1E the vast sums that have annually been sent out of the country for life insurance for the development of the new states, soon to be, Arizona and New Mexico. GENERAL AGENTS PHOENIX, ARIZONA FjJW,PT7f'1,",",w!illw1 Wt Yuma Irrigation Project covers 150,000 Acres of Valley anil Mesa Lands. Eight crops of Alfalfa and two crops of Pigs grow Hi one year. Other crops Dates, Cantaloupes, Water melons,. Corn, Cotton, Oranges and Lemons, small fruits and ev-erything produced in the temperate zone Finest climate on earth. Sunshines every day in the ypar. AND Richest Mineral Formation in the United States Gold, Silver, Lead, and Copper. Vast areas of unappropriated mineral lands. por tir1' A. B. M S no, Immigration Commissioner, Yuma, Arizona 6. S. PETERKIN, Frop'r. MANUFACTURER AND REPAIRER OF VEHICLES and IMPLEMENTS General Biacksmithing, Wood Work, a.nd Practical Horseshoeing, Wc arc equipped with the most up to-Jate Machinery v . and oihir equipments known to t!ie trade Living Prices and Promptness will bo our motto. GIVE THE NEW PLANT A TRIAL. Corner of Second Street and Maiden Lane, : Yunia? Arizona MORE FUN " it Basket Full of VENTHaOQUISM The laugh producer. Learn to throw the voice. Astonish and mystify your friends. Loads of fun. Ventriloquism is no longer a secret; anybody can learn. By mail at your own home. Complete Course, sent on receipt of only $1.00 Ladies or Gentlemen. SCHOOL OF VENTRILOQUISfJ, only one In the world, 2828 Madison St., Apt. I, Chicago, 111. WANTED The Western Telegraph Institute mid Railroad business Col lege, San Fernando Building, Los An geles. Thorough, practical school de voted exclusively to preparing young men and women for railroad business. Situations waiting all graduates. WANTED Intelligent man woman to take territory and appoint canvassers to sell our water lilters. Exclusive territory and nice, profitable work for the right party. Seneca Filter Co., Seneca. Ho. WANTED Success Magazine requires the services of a man in Yuma to look after expir int: subscriptions and to secure new business by means of special methods unusually effective; position pennuneutt prefer one with experi ence, but would consider any applicant with good natural qualifications: salary $1.50 per day, with comniiision option. Address, with references, R. C. Peacock. Koom 102, Success Magazine Bldf,' . New York. S. DARLING DEALER IN Jewelry and NotionsL House Furnishing Goods Leading Souvenir Card Dealer in the Cifcy. Watch Repairing a Specialty. SECOND STREET, YUHA, ARIZONA 55 PATRONSZE HOME INDUSTRY, i Phone 89 ALPHA AS STWMLAIIN Palemon Avila, Prop'r.' Turns Out FrstClass Work Leave orders at Shorey's, Southwestern News Company. H. H DONKERSLEY G. H. ROCKWOOD S PIONEER LIVERY TRANSFER COMPANY MAIN STREET Light livery of al! descriptions. Outfits for the Desert and ftfosntaii. Ezprcss Wagon service.. Trucking and Ming in all their branches Livery, Phone 48. 4 Transfer, Phpne 47 . If or ton s From riohawk to Norton's, Half Way Wei!, Kof a, North Star, and return. Daily from Mohawk to Norton's; three times a week from Norton's to the mines Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. For Spccfal Trips, wire or write to GEORGE W. NORTON, Mohawk, Ariz. ANNiNU LINE Daily Service to aula Catalina rh S. S. CABRILLO Capacity 900 THAINS CONNECTING WITH STB .m) lt?pf""5c'--- "tv AT SAN PEDRO LHAVE LOS ANGLKS pjpp,"j" """" mi"..9;i5 al hr! Greatest Fishing Known. .Famous Marine Gardens Viewed Through Glass Bottom Boats EXTRA BOAT SATTTRSAY EVENINGS. BANNING- COMPANY, 1H PACIFIC ELECTRIC BLDG-, LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, "It Leads; Others Follow." 4 Yuma- " 1 ) Dally Examiner ) estern 5ee Shorey about it. ysiciaBi the use of a goodlaxative, to keep the bowels open and prevent the poisons of undigested food from gettinginto your system. The latest product cf science is VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup, purely vegetable, gentler reliable and of a pleasant, aromatic taste. Volvo acts on the liver, as ve!I as on the stomach and bovels, and is of the greatest possible efficacy in constipation, indigestion, biliousness, sick headache, feverishness. colic.flatulence. etc. Trv VF L $1.25 per Word Inserts Classified ads in 3G leading papers in U.S. Send for list. The D:ike Advertising Ajrencv, 427 South Main St. Lts Angeles, Cal.