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held on to the"'pony two fences when hlK wire and he the ground lady with on her. Yuma, was when he arrived the young severe concussion Internal Injuries. at the all to the care and no young lady escape. Meadows at Roosevelt this morning the present looks to the would arise. grand jury against Dr. larceny and while tho ROOSEVELT, October 4.--( Special correspondence to the Arizona Repub lican)--Jim Meadows, late of Yuma, and formerly a pioneer of the Tonto Basin, is in town on a visit to hts stamping grounds. Jim's experience in the Tonto Basin has been varied and to some extent rather strenuous. Hs lost both father and brother during i fight with Apaches, And Jim was »hot in a number of places and left for dead. This occurred lii 1881 In. 1883, Jim uiado the flrut.attempt, wtttr'·«:· ·COSH attending him to navigate tho waters of the Salt .between Livingston and Tempo, accompanied by two white men and a negro, in passing thrQiigh tho first box canyon the ne- gro was soared stiff. In passing the OCOml I.IHOII, l!ie (jot ilUUR Upon the rocks and had to roll more rocks Into the water to raise the water sufficient to float the boat clear. Ho Is a brother of Arizona Charlie Meadows, of Yuma, who took a wild west show to Australia a few years ago, and IB also a brother of Mobley M., sheriff of Imperial county, California, with Jake M endows, another brother as chief deputy. In Yuma and them He from ·nd and the. seed millet, tall. feed knows He o» peas, pea this acre. canals and from one the

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  1. Yuma Examiner,
  2. 05 Oct 1909, Tue,
  3. Page 1

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