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NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE.
REAL ESTATE. Whereas, on the 1st day of June A. D. 1917, Thomas McGraw, plain tiff, recovered judgment in the Super ior Court of Yuma County, State of Arizona, against the Cinnabar Devel opment Company, a corporation, de fendant, for the sum of $1560.00 and for $38.15 costs of suit and which said judgement foreclosed the attach ment lien of plaintiff in said case up on the property hereinafter described; and Whereas, on the first day of June A D. 1917 a special execution issued out of said Superior Court in said ac tion, directed and delivered to me as Sheriff of Yuma County, Arizona, com manding me to make said sum due on said judgment, with interest and costs out of said property of said Cin nabar Development Company, a cor poration, in said Special Execution set forth and described as follows, to wit: All the right, title, claim and interest of the said defendant in and to the following described property situated in the Weaver Mining District of Yu ma County, State of Arizona, to-wit: Patented Mining Claims, Mineral Certificate No. 44,587, Surveyors Lot No. 2i23, Cinnebar No. One, Two, Three, Four and Five, and Unpatented Mining Claims, Cinna bar Nos. Six to Nineteen inclusive and Big Red Mining Claim and Cinnabar Mill Site; Fairbanks and Morse Engine; 25 horse power hoist; blower and" com pressor and compresor engine; big rock breaker and engine; Blacksmith shop and tools; 3000 common brick; 1000 quick silver flasks; 4 sheet iron smoke stacks; 4 distillate tanks; 200 track ties; several thousand feet lum ber; buildings; stable; boarding house; and kitchen; cooking utensils and dishes: 4 unroofed frame build ings; 1000 feet narrow guage track iron; 1000 feet two inch piping; 1000 feet one inch piping; 1500 fire brick; 6 ore cars; 2 doz Are clay pipes; 1-1500 gallon galvanized tank; large cinna bar roaster (35 tons) ; small cinnabar roaster (5 tons) ; assaying outfit; gold scales and ore scales. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That on Monday, the ICth day of July A. D. 1917, at 10 O'clock in the forenoon of said day at the front door of the Court House of Yuma County, Arizona, in the City of Yuma in said County, I will, in obedience to said Special Ex ecution, sell at public auction, to the highest and best bidder for cash, all of the following described property, together with the Improvements there on, or so much of said property as may be necessary to satisfy the said Judg ment, with interest, costs, and accru ing costs. The property to be sold at such sale together with the improvements there on. is described as follows, to-wit: Fatented Mining Claims, Mineral Certificate No. 44587, Surveyors Lot No. 2123. Cinnabar No. 1, Cinnabar No. 2, Cinnabar No. 3, Cinnabar No 4 and Cinnabar No. 5, and the follow ing Unpatented Mining Claims, viz: Cinnabar No. 6, Cinnabar No. 7, Cinna bar No. 8. Cinnabar No. 9, Cinnabar No. 10, Cinnabar No. 11, Cinnabar. No 12, Cinnabar No. 13, Cinnabar No 14, Cinnabar No. 15, Cinnabar No. I6k Cin nabar No. 17, Cinnabar No. 18, Cinna bar No. 19, Big Red Mining Claim and Cinnabar Mill Site, together with the improvements on the above described mining claims both patented and un patented, which said improvements are described as follows: Faii-hanks and Morse Engine; 25 horse power hoist; blower and com pressor and compressor engine; big rock breaker and engine; Blacksmith shop; buildings; stable; boarding house and kitchen; 4 unroofed frame buildings; large cinnabar roaster (35 tons) and small cinnabar roaster (5 tons). All the above property being situ ated in the Weaver Mining District in Yuma County, State of Arizona. Dated this 21 day of June A. D. 1917. MEL GREENLEAF, Sheriff of Yuma County, Arizona By H. H. BAKER. June 28-3t Deputy. the time above mentioned being ex clusive of the day of service, or judg ment by default will be taken against you. Given under my hand and the seal of the Superior Court of Yuma County. State of Arizona this 30th day of June, 1917. (SEAL) H. B. FARMER, Clerk of said Superior Court. July 5-4 1. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Margaret Susan Hum phreys, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned administrator of the es-, tate of Margaret Susan Humphreys deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first jublication of this notice to said administrator at the law offices of Peter T. Robertson in the city of Yuma, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in the said County of Yuma, State of Arizona. PETER T. ROBERTSON, Administrator of the estate of said deceased. . Dated at Yuma, Arizona, this 30th day of June, 1917. July 5 4-t. BALSZ'S COLD STORAGE MARKET, ALIAS SUMMONS In the Superior Court of Yuma Coun ty, State of Arizona. Nellie Kempton, Plaintiff vs. Bert Kempton, Defendant. Action brought in the Superior Court of Yuma County, State of Ari zona, and the complaint filed in said County of Yuma, in the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court. In the Name of the State of Ari zona, to Bert Kempton, defendant. GREETING. You are hereby Sum moned and required to appear in an action brought against jou by the above named plaintiff in the Super ior Court of Yuma County, State of Arizona, and answer the complaint therein filed with the Clerk of this said Court, at Yuma, in said County, within twenty days after the service upon you of this Summons, if served in this said County, or in all other cases within thirty days thereafter, Wholesale and Retail. Fresh and Smoked Meats. J. M. BALSZ, Prop. 248 Main St. MACK'S PLACE. T. H. McDowell, Prop. Pocket Billiards, Cigars. Barber Shop, baths. Auto Servise in Connection. 216 Main St. Phone 8. Yuma. Ariz. CHOICE COLD STORAGE MEATS Just the Thing for a Perfect Meal. YUMA MEAT MARKET F. & E. Hodges. Props. WE MUST HAVE OVERLOOKED A BET OR ELSE THIS FIRM WANTS FREE ADVERTISING Yuma National Bank United States Depository Cor. Second and Main Sts Resources over $600,000 4 per cent paid on Say ings Accounts. Best Service on Check- ing Accounts. It isn't often that an editor of a weekly paper overlooks a chance to print a Jegitimate advertisement, though any self-respecting paper will ALWAYS refuse advertisements that do not read good on their face. The appended letter shows that Brother Shorey, former editor-owner of this paper must have overlooked a bet, else he has failed to send in his bill for services rendered. At any rate the letter is so far out of the unusual that I give it space, with the infor mation that I don't know a darned thing about the firm, and don't care anything about it, save and except that the editor of this paper will be glad to print its advertisement, with the promise that cash in hand will have been received before the adver tisement appears. x am always glad to get out-of-town ads, but those who want to use the columns of this paper must un derstand that it takes CASH IN AD VANCE for outsiders. Life is too short to be monkeying with firms who want the earth and the fullness thereof for nothing. Here is the most demarkable letter, from my old home-town: Chicago, 111., June 27, 17. The Arizona Sentinel, Yuma, Arizona. Dept. 222. Gentlemen: In checking over our advertising accounts, the writer was very sur prised to note that we had not checked out anything to you .for pay ment of advertising we instructed you to run for us last winter. This is either due to your not having bill ed us or perhaps for some reason the advertising was not completed or our instructions to the same were over looked. At any rate the "SHUBERT" policy of doing business would not permit overlooking an unpaid item, such as this, therefore we suggest that you look up your records and if the advertising vas properly com pleted in accordance with our in structions and you find no payment has been made, kindlv bill us and wo will promptly remit to you. Yours very truly, A. B. S HUBERT, INC. By B. A. Cortilet, Manager Adv. Department Dist. B. A. C. Steno. A. D. No. 1. YUMA VALLEY WEATHER DATA FOR WEEK ENDING JULY 1, 1917 Mean temperature 90 deg. Normal temperature, 88 deg. Maximum temperature, 108 deg. Minimum temperature 67 deg. Mean Rel. Humidity 41 per cent. Rain this month .0 inches. Normal rain for July .12 inches. Normal rain for the year 3.10 inches Rain this year 1.32 inches. ICE BOOKS. 500 lbs books $3.75 1,000 lbs books $7.50 Buy books and save money. YUMA ICE COMPANY. Prompt Service Coupled with unusual care ful attention, has enabled us to triple our office force. We hope to double our business this coming year by careful and accurate handling of your business. Let us draw up your deeds, make your abstracts and loan you some cheap money. We are interested in the growth of Yuma and the Yu ma Valley. Cotton and seed insurance written. YUMA TITLE-ABSTRACT & TRUST CO. Fire Insurance Specialists. A First Class Hotel at Moderate Rates A Hotel Noted for Comfortable Beds HOLLENBECK HOTEL "Always Popular More so novy" Under new management , A, K, McDONALD, Prop, 100 rooms without bath $1.00 per day 100 rooms with bath $1.50 per day 50 rooms with bath $2.00 per day Steam Heat and Running Water in all Rooms LOS ANG-ELES; CAL. Yuma Fruit Company All kinds of Fruits and Vegetables in season. Country Produce and a General Line of Groceries. Free and Quick Delivery . Phone 73-J. Simple as buying your favorite newspaper You know their character and the price STYLEPLUS Clothes speak for themselves the nation ally known, one price suit. Everything else has gone up the price of Styleplus Clothes still remains the same, $17. Styleplus all wool fabrics, plus perfect fit, plus expert tail oring, plus guaranteed wear and the price is still $17. A wide choice of models, cloth and color makes you sure of a satisfactory selection. The maker's guarantee is as strong as it can be made you can't go wrong. The Toggery Home of Hart, Shaffner & Marx clothes (Continued From Page Two) Project Manager Schlecht will have to leave the project and make a trip to Judge Sawtelle. If the levees should break in the meantime, to whom is the blame to be attached? It is up to the people of the project to determine. And at the very time this ill-advised suit is brought the government is spending thousands of dollars in saving Yu ma project from the worst river we have had in a decade. Upwards of $60,000 have been in the last thirty days on the levees, not ONE CENT of which has been charged to the farmers of the project. ACCURATE FIGURES ON OVERFLOWS OF COLO RADO FROM 1909 UP TO THE PRESENT TIME Appended hereto will be found the accurate, official records of the gage height and volume of water record ed here at Yuma from 1909 up to the present time. Clip out thse figures and save them for future reference. Year Volume Gage Ht. 1909 149,500 cubic feet 1910 69,400 cubic feet 1911 78.300 cubic feet 1912 sipron completed) 144,000 cubic feet 1913 ... ..62,500 cubic feet 1914 :.. ..136,700 cubic feet 1915 .57,800 cubic feet 1916 (January flood) .... . .220,000 cubic feet 1916 72,000 cubic feet May 16 : . . . .35,100 cubic feet May 17 34,000 cubic feet May 18 .... : . 32,700 cubic feet May 19 36,100 cubic feet May 20 . . : . . .38,000 cubic feet May 2 J 42,500 cubic feet May 22 77: . .45,200 cubic fet May 23 48,200 cubic feet May 24 49,200 cubic feet May 25 . 50,300 cubic feet May 26 55,200 cubic feet May 27 . . .' 60,800 cubic feet May 28 5.400 cubic feet May 29 ., ; . .72,000 cubic feet May 30 7. ... S.800 cubic feet May 31 .... ,.85,500 cubic feet une 1 . . . . 91,200 cubic feet une 2 . .V. . . . .V 95,200 cubic feet une 3 3,800 cubic feet une 4 86,500 cubic feet une 5 87,700 cubic feet une 6 83,400 cubic feet une 7 76,800 cubic feet une 8 74,300 cubic feet une 9 72,200 cubic feet une 10 7. . 70,300 cubic feet une . ...... .. ::. 70,000 cubic feet une 12 .... ... .'. .-. 69,500 cubic feet une 13 . . . ; r . . .69,700 cubic feet une 14 ; . . .i : 69,000 cubic feet une 15 . '.' ; . .v. .v... . . . 68,600 cubic feet une 16 . . i . r. 70,500 cubic feet une 17 71,500 cubic feet une 18 . .V. y.': 72,200 cubic feet une 19 . . . . y. . X . 76,500 cubic feet une 20 . : . . 7.. 82,700 cubic feet une 21 '. . . .:. . . . : 86,200 cubic feet une 22 . . .; r. 91,900 cubic feet une 23 . ... 99,500 cubic feet une 24 .:.". 1 10,700 cubic feet une 25: ... r. ....... : 1 14,800 cubic feet une 26. ...... ,. (Est.) 120,000 cubic ft. 27.9 une 27 : , ........ 125,700 cubic feet une 28 127,000 cubic feet une 29 . 131,900 cubic feet une 30 .... . . .-. 134,500 cubic feet uly i 140,800 cubic feet uly 2 , 139,700 cubic feet uly 3 . ; 141,200 cubic feet uly 4 142,900 30.70 23.40 25.80 29.X 22.70 28.90 21.70 34.X 24.00 19.40 19.35 19.60 20.00 20.20 20.60 21.00 21.30 21.70 22.10 22.70 23.30 24.00 24.60 25.50 25.90 26.20 26.35 26.25 25.45 24.90 23.95 22.85 22.40 22.10 21.85 21.80 21.80 21.70 21.75 21.75 21.10 22.25 22.35 22.75 23.35 23.95 24.80 25.5 26.7 27.2 cubic feet 28.4 28.7 29.30 29.30 29.50 29.30 29.30 29.05 GIFFORD'S STATEMENT By W. S. Gilford Director of the Council of National Defense and of the Advisory Commis sion. Our nation possesses more producing resources than any other two nations in all the world. Organized as a pro ducing machine we shall win the war. Individual Imita tive and self-reliance are nor mally developed in a democ racy to a higher degree than in any other form of govern ment. Peoples and institu tions have grown under the spur of competition and free dom of action so that we are noted for our individual effi ciency and enterprise. An army must obviously be high ly organized and subject to discipline. Individual effort, no matter how great, must be organized so as to work for a common purpose if they are to be effective. Not alone team work but a voluntary acceptance of discipline in (Continued on Page Four.)