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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 9 January 1913

New Year Resolution nimured e i AUTOMOBILE FALLS OVER mi, mm HURT CAR TURNS SOMERSAULT NEAR ROOSEVELT; WINDSHIELD SAVED LIVES GLOBE, Jan. 6 While on its way to this city from Roosevelt Tuesday night, Dr. Kennedy's auto went over the hank, eight miles this side of Roosevelt, spilling the doctor, Mrs. Kennedy and , Miss Hudson. All re- cched painful though not serious in juries. Dr. Kennedy was returning to G'.obe from the vicinity of Kline where he had been visiting a patient When about eight miles this side of Ecosevelt, about 9 o'clock, a sharp curve was struck, and in attempting to make it the rear wheels of the ma chine overshot tu Vink, the weight of the auto being on the lower side. For a moment the machine hesitated and then turned turtle. The wind shield was up and in turning over pre dated the weight of the car from rest ing on the bodies pf the occupants. In its first somersault, Mrs. Ken nedy and Miss Hudson were thrown out and the car started on its second somersault with...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 9 January 1913

PROGRAMME Teachers' Institute nfllYflnii Innimrn Nichols Hall, in. Following is the program to be given at the Teachers' Institute on Sat urday, January 11, 1913, at Nichols Hall, in Yuma Valley: . .Morning Session Invocation Rev! A. B. Tonilin&on, pastor of Valley Baptist Church Song solo Selected Miss AnitaPost, Languages and Music, TJ. H. S. Address of Welcome Mr. W. B. Cloyd, trustee U. H. S. Reading Selected Miss Nele E. Lyon, Wellton Schools "New Arbor Day" Hon. C. O. Case, State Supt. Public Instruction Ten Minute Papers on tlio Following Subjects; "Social Duties of the Teacher," Prof. E dwin Schreiber, Sciences, II. H. S. Song Selected Direction of Committee on Music "Equipment of a Country School," Mis s Blanche Morrow, Shadysido School Class Recital, "Arizona," 7th Grado . . Miss Warren Stevens, Jordan School "Teachers' Institutes and Summer S chools; Are They Worth the Price?" ". Mis s Catharine Buse, Sunnysido School Class Recital; Announced Prof. H. H." Baker, Groov...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 16 January 1913

o o 6 o o o o-o ooooooooo o -o O RECLAMATION WORK EF O O FICIENT O 0-O O As is' usual in all United O O States, government undertak- O O ings,"the construction work in O O connection with the Yuma Pro- O , O ject is of uniform excellency, O O and bespeaks the efficiency of O O Project Engineer Francis L. O O Sellew and his force of offi- O O cials, in recognition of which O O the people of Yuma presented O O Bin SeUew with a 122-piece O O silver set encased in a hand- O O some rosewood cabinet. Coun- O O oilman Herbert Pay at San Di- O O ego. 0 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O O Yuma Valley, Where1 Jack Frost Biteth Not o JLL y JL JL i-i H JU AND YUMA WEEKLY EXAMINER 6 6 6 6:6 6 doo6 66o;X o . o - o o v o O NO SUNSTROKES HERE O O o 0 . O O The valley lands i vary from O O 100 to 200 feet above sea level, O O while the mesa is about 75 feet O O higher. The average tempera- O O ture for Yuma city, for the year, O O is about 73 degrees.. The great- O O est heat period is two months O O in the summer ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 16 January 1913

GHOLARSHIFS 1 E IS DERAILE SUPERVISO 0Y0 GEIS HO CHANGE IN NATIONAL FRENCH BOOT MOORS , SLAY 500 IN HARD THREE NEWSPAPERS THAT LEAD THE ARIZONA WEEKLY SENTINEL lire I his no E 5 Established 1872 Published Every Thursday for Over Forty Years Without Missing An Issue E ED PLANS MULE Entered in the Post Office in Yuma, Arizona as becond Jiass Man Matter Price. S2.00 Per Year Two Subscriptions, $3.00 Fffi 8 i scion WED THE WEEKLY INTER OCEAN Published Fridays Established January 20, 1911 Subscription $2.00 Per Yea DiATioar rawnanpr nf Mnrtheasr.firn Imperial County. California Entered in the Fostof fice at Bard, ImperiaL County, California, as Second Class Man Matter "From the Country God Remembered and Man Doesn't Know" THE YUMA DAILY EXAMINER "A THINKING PAPER FOR THINKING PEOPLE" By W. Harold Shorey , Published Daily, Except Sunday Entered in the Postoffice in Yuma, Arizona, as Second ClasB Mall Matter Established March 17, 1906 Price, $6.C Per Year 75c Per Month THE WRONG GALLERIES ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 16 January 1913

AGRJCULTU Returns- Verdict a !i mi ni rm in i n rimmnrrr tor impeacntnei JH 1 it urn i i mm BE Flit STRUCTu RE Bu a ' Vote of Sixtu-eight nr sunn nnnnrn nr i rnrnn uia- nr wart niirmrii j i- t-ns TUCSON, Jan. 13. Great interest is felt at the University of Arizona, es pecially in the executive offices, in the proposed agricultural building, for the erection of which the legislature will be asked to make an, appropria tion. The agricultural classes and experi mental station have been quartered in the basement story of the old main building, space both undignified and inadequate. The agricultural work of the university is enlarging so rap Idly that -more space must be provided at once. Heretofore there have been no dairy laboratory, no agricultural museum, no well-lighted lecture room, no special accommodations for the im portant work of the experiment sta tion in plant breeding, chemical anal ysis, and irrigation engineering. II ARE FROZEN I STORM SOLOMONVILLE, Jan. 13 Day be- fore' ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 16 January 1913

GRAY HAIR TURNS IIS NATURAL MINERAL WEALTH OF Marriage and Disparity in Age E OF TAXATION MUSI COLOR AFTER APPLYING SAGE TEA By WINIFRED BLACK The average price for silver for the year is stated at 60.9 cents an ounce In lead, the preliminary figures df the Survey show a small decline 1912 from the output of refined lead de-sllverized. and soft, from foreign and domestic ores, being 480,965 short tons la 1912" and 486,976 short tons in 1911. The value of the 1912 output is stated at $43'286,850. The domestic production of lead ore is stated to be ihmit 20.000 tons creater than the 1911 output of 441,187 short tons. In the zinc industry the figures show a phenomenal activity. The produc tion,of primary spelter in 1912. is esti mated at 323,961 short tons from do meetle ores and 14,669 tons from for eigner?, a total of 338,630 tons, val ued at $46,731,000, compared to 52S tons, valued at $32,663,964 in 1911 Quicksilver production in 1912 shows a heavy gain over the 1911 produc tlon, w...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 30 January 1913

o o o o o o do o 6 o b o o o o b 9 . . . o 6 BRIDGE BILL IS OUT OF O . o o o o o o o o o o O'' o o o o o COMMITTEE , (Western Union Telegram) WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 22. (To Geo. Michelsen, Yuma, Ari.) Senate committee on In dian Affairs, of which I am a member, recommended the ap propriation of 25,000 to assist in the construction of a bridge across the Colorado at Yuma, and I am watching the matter at every step. ' HENRY F. ASHURST.. O .O O O o' o o o o o o o b o o. o OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO VOLUME XLTII. NUMBER 11. osbom iiiiis profit SECRETARY OF STATE OSBORN SUGGEST CHANGES TO BENE FIT THE TAXPAYERS PHOENIX, Jan. 2S. Between Feb ruary 14, 1912, the day on which Ari zona became, a state, and December 31, the office of Secretary of State Sidney P. Osborn collected .$42,189.25. The expenses of the office for that period, including all salaries, were $18, 562.44, leaving a net profit of more than $20,000. Secretary Osborn thinks this profit entirely too great and he will say so in reports...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 30 January 1913

Enough to Withstand Trem s Pressure? c:"X:"::xX":::: SHERIFF SEEKS 10 KEEP OLD VETERAN OUT iALKAN ENVOYS AT WORK ON NOTE MEN WITH NERVE OLD INVESTIGATE FIFTH CAVALRY, U. S, A., S ENRDUTE TO EGOTIATIONS WITH TURK LAZED THE OF Wilson endou WO CONDITIONS END N 1 INDUSTRIES FRIEND OF GEN. SICKLES NOW .ARRANGES WITH COUNSEL TO FURNISH BAIL NEW YORK, Jan. 27. In order to spare his old friend, General Daniel B. Sickles, the humiliation of arrest, Sheriff Hamburger himself arranged today with counsel for the general to secure bail from a surety company. This obviates the necessity for lodging the general in the Ludlow street jail, pursuant to the order of the supreme court, issued after the old soldier had failed to account for more than $20,000 received for the Iew York monument commission. ELECTFlin MAIL TUBES If experiments at present being con ducted prove successful, Boston will, within a year, have kn underground electrical tube service for the trans portation of mail and parcels of a...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 30 January 1913

THREE NEWSPAPERS THAT LEAD THE ARIZONA C-Mlahrf 1B79 Published Every Thursday for Over Forty Years Wfchout Missing An Issue T?nfAro I fho. Pn5f nffinfi in Yuma. Arizona as Second Class Mail Matter Price. $2.00 Per Year THE YUMA DAILY EXAMINER "A THINKING PAPER FOR THINKING PEOPLE" By W. Harold Shorey ( Published Dally, Except Sunday 'Entered In the Postoffice in Yuma, Arizona, as Second Class Mall Matter Established Price, $6.0w Per Year THE WEEKLY Established January 20, 1911 Published Fridays Pianeer Newspaper of Northeastern Imperial County, California Entered in the Postoffice at Bard, Imperial County, California, as Second Class Mall Matter. "From the Country God Remembered and Man Doesn't Know" RAILWAY BUSINESS FOR NOVEM BER The high tide of business in the United States continues to be reflect ed in the railway statistics compiled by the Bureau of Railway Economics from the reports of the railways to the Interstate Commerce Commission. The returns for last November show an in...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 30 January 1913

"TOWN BOOSTING" The town boosting movement has become so general that one town gains little more in this way from its sur rounding than it loses to other com petitors. Of course this makes it doubly nec essary to keep hustling for new busi ness, if we would play the game and keep up with our rivals. But while we are soliciting new in dustries to come here while one town . is wearing "boosting buttons" and an other is stamping its mail matter with "booster tags" let us see to it that we are not lacking in certain funda mental substantiate of community de velopment The most solid growth comes where we can encourage our own young and ambitious men to start in business and t stay here instead of going away. Ev ery town has, and we have, such am bitious and promising young men, of good business capacity. ' The city that gets ahead is the city where the men who have already won out are willing to help 3ro"unger men get a foothold. If just as soon as our business men are successful, they s...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 10 April 1913

Send the pecial Examiner Back to Home s 4' ElkS Folks o o o o o bo oooooooooo o o O WATER FOR 2,000,000 ACRES O O . o O The Colorado river seldom Oy O discharges less than 5,000 sec- O O ond-feet for any extended peri- O O od. According to Francis L. O O Sellew, Projept Engineer of the O O Yuma Project: "The mean an- O O nual discharge which can rea- O O sonally be depended upon is O O about 9,000,000 acre-feet. If all O O this should be applied to crops, O O over 2,000,000 acres could be ir- O O rigated." Councilman Herbert O O Fay at San Diego. O O O c ooooooooooo o o o o o VOLUME XLIII. NUMBER 21. state ctHATnuu mm UlfllL ULIWUUiiU UUfiUI CUNIFF FOB CZAR OPINIONS VOICED REGARDING AR BITRARY ACTION OF PRE-. SIDING OFFICER PHOENIX, April 7. The qeustion of whether or not the state senate is legally in session is one, that yet re mains to be settled. However, there is no question in the minds of som of the members that even? if it is not in session, some members of the body are very...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 10 April 1913

', v .'' E The following letter from an old timer, who was in Yuma thirty-five years ago, reached L. W. Alexander, secretary of the Yuma County Com mercial Club: Tiburon, Marin Co., Calif. L. W. Alexander, Esq., Secretary Commercial Club, Yuma, Arizona. Dear Sir I note the ad regarding Yuma coun ty, in the Sunset magazine for Febru ary, 1913, and would be very much pleased if you would kindly send me such literature as you may have for public distribution. It Is about thirty-five years ago when Yuma was the end of railroad transportation, that, with some others I reached Yuma one sunny morning bought a team, outfitted and started on the merry way to Mexico, via Tuc son. Some yeas sco. a booklet entitled Yuma Countv" fell into my hands, and I was impressed with the progress Yuma had made especially in the way of growing oranges, dates, etc. And I am satisfied that we would all have been better off if we had faved in Yuma when we were there; but, of course, in those youthful dayr you ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 10 April 1913

Presid ent B fit? ft III TEN BILLION DOLLARS CONTROLLED BK J. P. POWER IN BANK AND RAILROAD HOLDINGS WAS SHOWN TO PUJO COMMITTEE NEW YORK, April 7. Ten billions of dollars was the estimate of J. Pier pont Morgan's financial power at the time he appeared before the Pujo committee. Ten billions of dollars! Ten billions of dollars owned or con trolled by Morgan: Equitable Life Assurance Society ? 472,339,503 Equitable Trust Co 63,821,500 Mercantile Triist Co. ... 68,474,700 Guaranty Trust Co .169.S02.056 National Bank of Com merce 226,549,095 First National Bank .... 139,621,689 Chase National Bank ... 107,285,710 Mechanics Nat'l Bank .. 51,364,368 National Copper Bank . . 40,307,764 Liberty National Bank . . 24,705,014 Bankers' Trust Co 53,926,900 Astor Trust Co 15,209,900 New York Life Insurance Company . 494.40S.807 National City Bank ' ' 208,447,971 New York Trust Co 66,145,300 Standard Trust Co 18,450,100 Total .. Railroad .$2,292,860,382 industrial corpora- and tions: Southern Ra...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 10 April 1913

'JCIff I'll i Hfr pi CPT inii!Q fiLis iinil IILLSot lLluIIuNu (Special to The Yuma Daily Examiner) UTICA, N. Y., April 7. The recent village elections in Ilion and Mohawk, N. Y., furnish occasion for sober re flection by those who like to call them selves "progressives" but still continue to train with one or other of the 'old Torj' organizations. The vote in Ilion was; Democrats, S12; Progressives, 60S; Republicans, 225. Thus, the Progressives polled 36 per cent, of the total vote of the three main parties. In Mohawk, the Democrats and Re publicans combined against the Pro gressives. The combination polled 274 votes, to 151 for the Progressive tick- The campaign for an active summer is on in Yuma. Everywhere, the idea meets with commendation. The move ment started bV several real estate men promises to be taken up by people in all lines of activity. There is a great deal in psychology. The influence of the mind runs far, and if it is the purpose of the people of Yuma unitedly to ke...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 17 April 1913

ARIZONA . rlvi 1 1JN xL-L AND YUMA WEEKLY EXAMINER VOLUME XLIII. NUMBER 22. Do Yuma Countian THE OPENING OF IHE T01SITE EXTENSION OF THE CANAL TO THIS DISTRICT STARTS CON SIDERABLE ACTIVITY The following is taken from the Palo Verde Herald: With the extension of the canal sys tem of the Mutual water Company to the center of the valley and further south, comes the announcement that the Neighbours townsite will be im mediately graded and opened for set tlement H. M". Fraser visited the valley last week and explained his plans for developing the townsite. Streets will be immediately graded and trees will be planted along the principal streets. The trees which will be selected will be the date palm, the acacia and the pepper. It is thought the acacia tree will grow very suc cessfully. It belongs to the same 'fam ily as the mesquite tree, which is a native tree of the valley. It is the intention to plant a part of the townsite to alfalfa so as to give the new townsite of Neighbours pro t...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 17 April 1913

THREE NEWSPAPERS THAT LEAD THE ARIZONA WEEKLY SENTINEL Established 1872 f ubllshed Every Thursday for Over Forty Years Without Missing An Issue Entered in the Post Office in Yuma, Arizona as Second Class Mail Matter Price, $2.00 Per Year -Two Subscriptions, $3.00 THE WEEKLY Published Fridays Pioneer Newspaper of Northeastern Imperial County, California Entered in the Postoffice at Bard, Imperial County, California, as Second Class Mail Matter "From the Country God Remembered and Man Doesn't Know" THE YUMA DAILY EXAMINER "A THINKING PAPER FOR THINKING PEOPLE" By W. Harold Shorey Published Daily, Except Sunday Entered in the Postoffice in Yuma, Arizona, as Second Class Mail Matter Established Price, $6.0. Per Year EFFECT OF THE PRESIDENT'S COUP The country knows that President Wilson did a most unusual thing in delivering his first message in per son to the Congress now assembled; but one needs to touch elbows with the men of affairs at the capitol it self to lind the results. Precede...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 17 April 1913

A Proclamation by Hunt he Of overnor RANDALL HOME AFTER ZA SONORA REPRESENTATIVE SAYS CONFERENCE WITH COAHUILA CHIEFTAIN WAS SUCCESS TUCSON, April 14. Having held a conference, as a representative of for- mer governor Jose Maria Maytorena, with. Governor Carranza at Piedras Negras, Coahuila, Carlos E. Randall, former state treasurer of Sonora, has returned to Tucson. The conference was for the purpose of bringing about a closed union or interests oetween the rebellious states of Sonora and Coahuila, and to discuss plans for he political organization of the constitu tionalist party in Mexico. Mr. Randall said the outcome of the meeting was entirely satisfactory, but did not relate its details. Regarding the continued reports that Sonora is in reality planning se cession from Mexico with a view to seeding annexation to the United States, he branded the rumors aB "wicked, cowardly, mean." "Neither Maytorena, his followers, nor the self-sacrificing soldiers, who at the price of their ow...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 17 April 1913

The new auto road to Yuma, which closely parallels the line of the Inter California railway is now open to the tourists. John Boyce, in company with Ghas. O. Dewey, went over the route, Friday, in a Ford car, and returned Sunday without an incident to mar the pleasure of the trip. The road is in good, passable shape but will be improved as fast as possible. This route was built by Calexico, with assistance from all parts of the valley, the C. M. ranch and the vari ous other ranchers who own land through which this road travels. Man ager Bowker of the C. M. has worked hard for this road and is one of the greatest enthusiasts for the route. Water can be run over the highway almost the entire distance and there is no reason why it can not be made into as good a road as any road in Imperial Valley. While other communities have ben making an effort to locate a route through other sections in order to benefit their own little bailiwick, this NACD, ARIZ., APRIL 13. AFTER SIX HOURS' DESPERA...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 24 April 1913

oooooooooooooo 0 0 o oooooooooooooooo o NO SUNSTROKES HERE O o O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o WATER FOR 2,000,000 ACRES The Colorado river seldom discharges less' than 5,000 second-feet for any extended peri od. According to Francis L. Sellew, Project Engineer of the Yuma Project: "Themean an nual discharge which can rea sonally be depended upon is about 9,000,000 acre-feet. If all this should be applied to crops, over 2,000,000 acres could be ir rigated." Councilman Herbert Fay at Sari Diego. C C0 O o oooooooooooo VOLME XLIH. NUMBER 23. Alien Bill Will THREE COMPANIES HE INCREASED ORE TOTAL COPPER PRODUCTION FOR BY PREVAILING POLITICAL 957 POUNDS TUCSON, April 22. Copper produc tion for March, by 25 of the largest producers, amounted to 85,664,957 pounds, an increase of 3,337,094 pounds over March a year ago, and 5,963,776 pounds over the February output Of the 25 producers 14 reported decreases. Continued production of Chino, Miami and Ray Consol...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 24 April 1913

THREE NEWSPAPERS THAT LEAD THE ARIZONA WEEKLY SENTINEL Established 1872 Published Every Thursday for Over Forty Years Without Missing An Issue Entered in the Post Office in Yuma, Arizona as Second Class Mail Matter Price, 52.00 Per Year Two Subscriptions, $3.00 THE WEEKLY INTER OCEAN Established January 20, 1911 Pioneer Newspaper of Northeastern Imperial County, California Entered in the Postoffice at Bard, Imperial County, California, as Second Class Mail Matter Published Friday. Subscription 2.00 Pr Year "From the Country God Remembered and Man Doesn't Know" THE YUMA DAILY EXAMINER "A THINKING PAPER FOR THINKING PEOPLE" By W. Harold Shorey Published Daily, Except Sunday Entered in the Postoffice in Yuma, Arizona, as Second Clasa Mall Matter Established Price, f 6.0w Per Year POPULAR RULE UNADULTERATED Nearly two years ago President Taft appointed ex-Governor Sloan of Arizona as a federal judge. About that time the Arizona Democrats were engaged in stirring up a muss every time Mr....

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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