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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 22 November 1917

r VERY WELL DPESSED MAN r should have a pair of two-tone shoes they re attractive, snap py and not too extreme for any man to wear We have the most beautiful assort ment of these styles this season that we have ever shown dark Tans with light Gray Buckskin and Kid leather tops; Black vamps with colored tops all made xver the season's latest shapes. We'd like to have you look these shoes over. You'll like their distin guished appearance. Ten dollars the pair; reasonably priced. The Toggery Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes and Styleplus Clothes, $ 1 7 and $2 1 llljjif' INSURANCE Oft GOIIOli I am able to give you the famous "Insurance Service" of the "TWO HARTFORDS." When Cotton burns it burns like Holy Blazes. See lie Before Insuring. Emil C. Eger "Fire insurance Specialist." 8 Money to Loan 8 N. S. PARKS. Plmbing and Tin. Shop. 356 Second Ave., Phone 171. Phone 145-J. 416 Second Street BALSZ'S COLD STORAGE MARKET. Wholesale and Retail. Fresh and Smoked Meats. J. M. BALSZ, Pr...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 22 November 1917

ANOTHER WEEK OF SPLENDID VALUES IN urv uooas,uiis ana ur m tfi R R Hi Bi H5 Hi Hi Hi H? Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi That much over-worked word BARGAIN has been so generously and promiscuously used that it has lost its weight as an advertising word of any worth by most readers. The Big Store would rather emphasize its important Money-Saving Sales by telling you truths about Splendid Values. The excellent values we offer during this week will demonstrate the fact that for Greatest Values the Big Store is the housewife's logical money-saving Shopping Headquarters. O i - ( " Dry Goods Dress Goods Women s SuitsDresses Modish Silk and Wool Skirts Some Very Attractive Values This Week. Exceptional Values. Attractive Values. 36-inch cotton Mixed crepes in an the wanted shades for dresses, Handsome Suits and Dresses in Silk and in Wool Maf of soft wool goods and of high grade at yard 60c Fabrics. Beautiful smart, stylish new models in Sllks' Neatly tnmmed in silk embroidery. Large 27-inch plain ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 29 November 1917

LATEST MARKET REPORT FURNISHED BY E. F. SANGUINETTI Cotton 29c Milo Maze, ton $50.00 Fetereta, ton $50.00 g Alfalfa hay, ton $24.00 5 Barley, ton ? 52.50 g Wheat, ton $62.50 g tKKHKHKHKHKHiiHKHKKKHKH3 VOLUME 47 A RIZONA .SF.NTINF.I FEARLESS CHAMPION OF CITY QF YUMA, YUMA PROJECT AND YUMA COUNTY YUMA, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1917. LATEST MARKET REPORT FURNISHED BY J. M. BALSZ 5 Cattle 6c to 10c t & Hogs 8c to 15c Lambs 16c Turkeys 4c 5 Chicks 7c Eggs' 0c 0KKKKHKHKKKHKHKKKHWKH NUMBER' 49. ET BUSY FARMERS OF YUMA PROJECT MUST PATRIOTIC ECONOMY. The necessity of patriotic economy will be evident !if we have to finance in terms of labor instead of in dollars. We have natural resources and we have capital invested in tools of production, but even with these facilities our pro ductive capacity is limited by the supply of labor. By labor we mean the personal service, whether of brain or of brawn, of the forty million of us who are engaged in gainful occu pation. To carry on the ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 29 November 1917

Arizona Sentinel Established Nov, 1870, by Jas. M. Barney and Judge Wm. J. Berry; pur chased 1875 by John W. Dorrington, who relinquished to W. H. Shorey on July 1, 1911; who in turn relinquished to B. F. Fly on January 1, 1917; pub lished for 46 years without missing an issue. SUBSCRIPTION RATE, PER YEAR. $2.00 Entered at Yuma, Yuma Co., Ariz., as second-class mail. Published on Thurs t days. B.'V. FLY Editor-Owner "Our Country! In ner intercourse with foreign na tions may she always be in the right; but our country, right or wrong." Stephen Decatur. 1 ALDERMEN SQUEAL LIKE STUCK PIGS. over themselves to purchase a lot of old junk for twice its actual value. It is about time to call a halt in this ruthless treatment of the wishes of the people. I;f the councilmen think they can rule the people with such an iron hand I predict they will wish they had taken my friendly advice. If a man be disqualified from holding office on the day of his election there is no earthly power that can qu...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 29 November 1917

Goo and good d seed-- clothes w 'HEN you farmers are ready to plant your crops, do you buy the cheapest seed you can find, regardless of quality? No, indeed, you don't; you get the best your money can buy; you know that paying a few cents or dollars more may mean hundreds of dollars more when the crops are harvested. The same thing is true of clothes; by paying a few cents or dollars more for such goods as Hart Schaffner & Marx make, you get the quality that means many dollars saved in longer wear and greater satisfaction. And right here we want to emphasize this point: here we guarantee your satisfaction abso lutely and "your satisfaction" means to us just what satisfaction means to you it's "up to you" in other words; you can always have your money back if you want it. Could anything be fairer or squarer? The Toggery The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes CHOICE COLD STORAGE MEATS Just the Thing for a Perfect Meal. YUMA MEAT MARKET F. & Ei Hodges, Props. INSURANCE 0...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 29 November 1917

Hi Hi is 31 if 31 Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi R Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi ANOTHER WEEK OF SPLENDID VALUES IN Dry Goods, Suits and Dresses That much over-worked word BARGAIN has been so generously and promiscuously used that it has lost its weight as an advertising word of any worth by most readers. The Big Store would rather emphasize its important Money-Saving Sales by telling you truths about Splendid Values. The excellent values we offer during this week will demonstrate the fact that for Greatest Values the Big Store is the housewife's logical money-saving Shopping Headquarters. Dry Goods Dress Goods Women s SuitsDresses Modish Silk and Wool Skirts Some Very Attractive Values This Week. Exceptional Values. Attractive Values. 36-inch Cotton Mixed Crepes in all the wanted shades for dresses, Handsome Suits and Dresses in Silk and in Wool f J Sft W Z00& h'1 at yard , 6o Fabrics. Beautiful smart, stylish new models in Sllks- Neatly trimmec in silk embroidery. Large 27-inch Plain...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 6 December 1917

LATEST MARKET REPORT FURNISHED BY F.. F. SANGUINETTI Cotton 28c g Milo Maze, ton $50.00 Fetereta, ton $50.00 Alfalfa hay, ton $24.00 5 Barley, ton $52.50 g Wheat, ton $62.50 DKKKKKHKHKHKHKHJHKHKH VOLUME 47 ARIZONA FEARLESS CHAMPION OF CITY OF YUMA, YUMA PROJECT AND YUMA COUNTY YUMA, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1917. LATEST MARKET REPORT FURNISHED BY J. M. BALSZ Cattle .'.6c to 10c Hogs 8c to 14 c Lambs 16c $ Turkeys 24c $ Chicks 20c ft g Eggs 55c g NUMBER 50. BAXTER ABLE DECISIONS HANDED DOWN BY JUDGE BAX TER HOLDING "RATE-FIXING" ORDINANCE VALID, AND ALSO PERPETUALLY ENJOINING STATE CORPORATION COMMISSION FROM MEDDLING WITH YUMA CITY WATER. Monday morning of this week Judge Frank Baxter swatted the Big He Highbinder a solar plexus blow that will probably make that individual and all his satellites sit up and take notice for a long time to come. In one of the most terse and masterly decisions ever rendered by a superior judge in the state of Arizona, Judge Baxter perpetually eng ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 6 December 1917

Jirl&oiriL Sentinel Established Nov, 1S70, by Jas. M.Barney and Judge Wm. J. Berry; pur chased 1875 bv John W. Dorrineton, who relinquished to W. H. Shorey on July 1, 1911; who in turn relinquished to B. F. Fly on January 1, 1917; pub lished for 46 years without missing an issue. SUBSCRIPTION RATE, PER YEAR $2.00 Entered at Yuma, Yuma Co., Ariz., as second-class mail. Published on Thurs B. F. FLY Editor-Owner "Our Country! In iu intercourse with foreign na tions may she always be in the right; but our country, right or wrong." Stephen Decatur. HIGHBINDER METHODS IN CITY COUNCIL. As briefly outlined in these columns last week the edi tor of this paper was denied the privilege of entering the "sacred precincts" of the city council when that honorable (?) body is in session, which shows conclusively that the city council has at last come out in the open and adopted regular "highbinder" methods in order to prevent the public from learning what is going on at the council meetings How...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 6 December 1917

"The best is the cheapest" isn't true of everything. OUT it's true of clothes. All wool fabrics wear longer, keep their shape better, hang bet ter, and fit better than "mercerized cotton" fabrics; and these are the things you want your clothes for. All-wool clothes will cost you more than cotton, of course; the point we make is that even at the higher prices they're cheaper. It is a real economy to buy' a Hart Schaffner & Marx suit and pay $25, or $30 or even more, or $ 1 7 and $21 in a Styleplus suit, instead of putting $12 or $15 into a suit that's made of "mercerized cotton" fabric which will fail absolutely to do the things you expect of your clothes. You may save a few dollars; but you lose money in the end by buying such clothes. The Toggery The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes and Styleplus Clothes, $ 1 7 and $2 1 Yuma Drug Company McCutcheon and Baily YUMA - ARIZONA BALSZ'S COLD STORAGE MARKET. Wholesale and Retail. Fresh and Smoked Meats. J. M. BALSZ, Prop. 248...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 6 December 1917

Si Paint Stains hfi Hi !fi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Experience has taught us that two coats of good Paint, S. W. P. will do more good in preserving lumber, in any form of construction, than any other means of preservation. Good lead and linseed oil properly mixed as it is in S. W. P. not only adds to the life of the structure covered but puts on a prosperous appearance which goes a long way towards having others say: "There is a wise man." We have a full and complete line of Ready Mixed Sherwin & Williams Paint and can take care of your wants. Regular $3.85 per gal lon S. W. P. in various colors as low as $2.00 per gallon, in order to revamp our stock before the first of the year. Varnishes Brushes Brushes, Varnishes, Stains, Oils, all at the right price, can be found at the HARDWARE DEPARTMENT F . Sanguinetti Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi m Hi Hi Hi Hi m Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi fi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi tj id s. 'OFF AGIN, ON AGIN, GONE AGIN ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 13 December 1917

HKHKHUtHKHKHKH-CHKHKHKH8 g LATEST MARKET REPORT 0 LATEST MARKET REPORT FURNISHED BY J. M. BALSZ Cattle 6c to 10c Hogs 8c to 14 c Lambs 16c Turkeys 24c Chicks 20c Eggs 55c FUKNISHcU BY E. F. SANGUINETTI Cotton 28 c to 29c Mllo raze, ton $51.00 Fetereta, ton $51.00 Alfalfa hay, ton ?25.G0 Barley, ton $52.50 Wheat, ton $62.50 RIZONA FEARLESS CHAMPION OF CITY OF YUMA, YUMA PROJECT AND YUMA COUNTY CHKHKHKHKKKHO0HKHjiHKHKm VOLUME 47 YUMA, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1917. NUMBER 51. BIG THE L VALLEY BREWING IMPERIA SALT RIVER VALLEY PROJECT SPLIT UP THE BACK JUDGE KIBBY HAS RESIGNED AS ATTORNEY, AS HAVE OTHER OFFICIALS. In less than a month after the Salt River Valley Water Users' Association took charge of that great project, the government having surrendered its stewardship Novem ber 15, utter chaos has broken out in the management of the project and at the present time there seems no hope for an amicable adjustment of the differences that exist be tween the friends of Judge Kibby a...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 13 December 1917

J?rxz,otteL Sentinel Established Nov, 1S70, by Jas. M.Barney and Judge Wm. .J. Berry; pur chased 1875 by John W. Dorrington, who relinquished to W. H. Shorey on July 1, 1911; who in turn relinquished to B. F. Fly on January 1, 1917; pub lished for 46 years without missing an issue. SUBSCRIPTION RATE, PER YEAR $2.00 Entered at Yuma, Yuma Co., Ariz., as second-class mail. Published on Thursdays. B. F. FLY Editor-Owner "Our Country! In nei intercourse with foreign na tions may she always be in the right; but our countiy, right or wrong "---Stephen Decatur. OUR CITY DADS GOT COLD FEET. It has developed since the last meeting of the City Council that a resolution had been prepared and was de signed to be passed that night ordering the special elec tion to issue $200,000 worth of bonds to buy the Big He Highbinder's old rat traps, with an additional $80,000 for "betterments," and this resolution was to have been passed whether Mayor George Michelsen liked it or not. But a cog slipped some...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 13 December 1917

! Thi is is resse d to Shopping For Pre-Holiday Specials We have a carefully selected assortment of high quality men's gifts especially desir able for Christmas presentation at consider able low prices. Early selections are advisable as many ar ticles are limited in quantity. Selections will be held for later delivery if desired. COURTEOUS SALESMEN; THEY KNOW HIS WANTS AND WILL HELP YOU PURCHASE A GIFT TO GIVE HLU Neckwear 50c, 75c, $1 & $2.50 A myriad of stripes and figured effects in every conceivable coloring; pretty boxes, too. o ROBES SHIRTS GLOVES HOSIERY SWEATERS FOOTWEAR SILK SOCKS HOUSECOATS ' MACKINAW COATS MILITARY BRUSHES INITIAL LINEN HDK'FS o Our immense stock assembled for Christmas exceeds all our former. efforts. TP 1 HP 1 he I o gery The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes and Styleplus Clothes, $ 1 7 and $2 1 New Southern Pacific Hotel Only first class hotel in Yuma, with first class Dining Room attached. Sunday dinners a specialty. F. S. MING, Proprieto...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 13 December 1917

3i Choose Gifts That Are Practical As well as Unusual Consulting Engineer Anderson (Continued From Page One.) It seems to be the general concensus of opinion that something must be done to keep the Colorado in a well de fined channel from Yuma down to the Gulf of Lower Cali fornia. Its present channel down the Bee river is unnatu ral and sooner or later is bound to either break across the country and find its way into the Salton sea, or break through its present barriers and go back into the old chan nel. There is much to be said in favor of forcing the. river back into its old channel, and likewise much can be said in favor of confining the channel where it is at the present time. There are many thousands of acres that can be irri gated down in Baja California as the river runs now that can never hope to be touched if the river is forced back into its old channel. On the other hand there are thousands; of acres now considered in Sonora that would be thrown back into Baja California...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 20 December 1917

LATEST MARKET REPORT FURNISHED BY X E. F. SANGUINETTI LATEST MARKET REPORT FURNISHED BY J. M. BALSZ ouon so v 0 Milo Maze, ton $51.00 g Fetereta, ton $51.0i Alfalfa hay, ton ?25.G0 $ Barley, ton $52.50 ATieatf ton .. $62.50 g Cattle 6c to 10c Hogs 8c to 14c Lambs 16c Turkeys 24c Chicks 20c Eggs 55c FEARLESS CHAMPION OF CITY OF YUMA, YUMA PROJECT AND YUMA COUNTY CKKHKHKHiKHKKKHKHWKHKKWl VOLUME 47 YUMA, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1917. NUMBER 52. ARIZONA STATISTICIAN C. J. BLANCHARD, OF U. S. R. S., MAKES HURRIED VISIT TO YUMA PROJECT AND SPENT DAY GOING OVER YUMA MESA LANDS WITH THE LOCAL OFFICIALS. Yuma's champion booster, Statistician C. J. Blanchard, of the U. S. R. S., spent Monday of this week in Yuma for the sole purpose of discussing the Yuma Mesa irrigation plans with Acting Project Manager Priest and Mesa Engi neer J. Gv. Marzell, taking the midnight train for Los An geles and then direct to Washington by way of Denver. Mr. Blanchard's main object in visiting Yuma at th...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 20 December 1917

Arizona Sentinel Established Nov, 1870, by Jas. M.Barney and Judge Wm. J. Berry; pur chased 1875 by John W. Dorrington, who relinquished to W. H. Shorey on July 1, 1911; who in turn relinquished to B. F. Fly on January 1, 1917; pub lished for 46 years without missing an issue. SUBSCRIPTION RATE, PER YEAR 52.00 WEATHER DATA FOR WEEK ENDING DECEMBER 16, 1917 Entered at Yuma, Yuma Co.. Ariz., as second-class mail. Published on Thursdays. B. F. FLY Editor-Owner "Our Country! In ncr intercourse with foreign na tions may she always be in the right; but our country, right or wrong.' Stephen Decatur. YUMA COUNTY WATER REPRESENTED BY OUR IONAL DELEGATION AT INGTON RELATIVE TO CONNECTING WITH USERS' ASSOCIATION ENTIRE CONGRESS HEARING IN WASH IMPERIAL VALLEY YUMA PROJECT. When Imperial Valley recently selected a cimmittee to visit Washington for the purpose of making arrange ments with Secretary Lane and the reclamation commis sion to connect the Imperial irrigation district with Yuma Project...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 20 December 1917

IMPORTANT NOTICE SERVED ON ALL LAND OWN ERS IN UNINCORPORATED TOWNSITES WITHIN SECOND UNIT OF YUMA PROJECT WHICH INCLUDES SOMERTON, TOWNSEND AD DITION AND ALSO LYNCH ADDITION. V- ..!! SAi 't. V- t: m Acting under instructions from Washington the ap pended notice has been issued by Acting Project Manager Priest, which doubtless will be read with much interest by those affected. The notice applies wholly to Somerton, the Townsend addition and the Lynch addition to the city of Yuma. Gadsden has no interest in the matter, because oth er arrangements have been. made to furnish that thriving little town for the coming year. And while on this subject it may be well to call the at tention of our city dads to the fact that they have but 11 days within which to arrange with the reclamation officials for water for those lands lying within the limits of the city of Yuma. An accredited representative of the city must visit the local reclamation office and sign up the proper water rental contract...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 20 December 1917

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR SURVEY AND WITHDRAWAL. Under Acts of Congress, Approved August 18, 1894 and June 20, 1910. Application for Survey No. 59. Office of the Governor, State House, Phoenix, Arizona. Notice is hereby given that appli cation, dated November 9, 1917, signed by the Governor of Arizona, the State Land Commissioner and the Attorney General of Arizona, was made to the Commissioner of the General Land Office, Washington, D. C, for the survey and withdrawal, pursuant to the provisions and by authority of the Act of Congress, ap proved June 20, 1910 (36 Stats., 56S) and other Acts and parts of Acts made applicable thereto, of the lands embraced In the following townships in Yuma County, viz: Township 1. South, Ranges 18 and 19 West; All Township 2 South, Ranges 18 and 19 West; All Town ship 4 North, Range 19 West; (All in G. & S. R. M.). Notice is therefore given that all lands in the said townships above designated have been withdrawn and reserved .from and after Nov...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 27 December 1917

-A 5 LATEST' MARKET REPORT S FURNISHED BY E. F- SANGUINETTI 5 Cotton 28 c g Milo Maze, ton $51.00 g Fetereta, ton $51.00 5 Alfalfa hay, ton ?25.C0 S Barley, ton $52.50 2 Wheat, ton $62.50 tKKKK0KKHKHaiKHOHKHKHO VOLUME 47 DELIBERATE INSULT THROWN AT YUMA BY IM PERIAL VALLEY PROGRESS IN PUBLISHED AR TICLE WRITTEN 21 YEARS AGO BY "EMI NENT ENGINEER" G. G. ANDERSON. Just- why the esteemed Imperial Val ley (El Centro) Progress should res urrect a vicious and vile story pub lished 21 years ago and give it wide publication at this particular time is past comprehension. The story alluded to was printed in the Progress Sunday December 16, a copy of which reached me too late to give it any attention 'in the last is sue of the ARIZONA SENTINEL. Above all times on earth to offer in sults to Yuma at this particular time seems to be the least propitious on the part of those citizens of Imperial Valley who have the welfare of that distressed and retrograting seccion at heart. However, the Progress...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 27 December 1917

I Arizona Sentinel Established Nov, 1S70, by Jas. M. Barney and Judge Wm. J. Berry; pur chased 1S75 by John W. Dorrington, who relinquished to W. H. Shorey on JUly 1, 1911; who in turn relinquished to B. F. Fly on January 1, 1917; pub lished for 46 years without missing an issue. SUBSCRIPTION RATE, PER YEAR $2.00 'Entered at Yuma, Yuma Co., Ariz., as second-class mail. Published on Thurs days. B. F. FLY . . Editor-Owner "Our Country! In ner intercourse with foreign na tions may she always be in the right; but our country, right or wrong." Stephen Decatur. IMPERIAL VALLEY IN HARD LUCK. No matter from what angle the matter may be viewed Imperial Valley is in hard luck. Exactly eleven (days remain between now and the time that abominable Hanlon heading diversion dam must be "entirely removed," or Imperial Valley will forfeit $25,000 to the war department and $100- 000 to Yuma Project, according to the two bonds now in force. Imperial Valley irrigation district officials insist that the...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
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