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

orcing Foe urrender LAST HUERTA STRONGHOLD IN SOHflRA FULLS TO THE REBELS ANOTHER BOGUS CHECK ARTIST, CAUGHT OPERATING IN YUMA State Troops Take Guaym to S 3d. YUMA SHOULD IKE HASTE IN IMPROVING COUNTY ROADS TUCSON, June 30. Guaymas Is In the full and unrestricted possession o the constitutionalist army Monday afternoon. The city fell shortly be fore noon after a series of fast rushes and brisk, skirmishes which carried the state forces through the outer bar riers of the federals and into the heart of the city, according to direct wire advices from Guaymas. The federal garrison estimated at 700, then fell back to the water front, and the gunboats Guerrero and Moral es opened fire on the constitutional ists. The gunners were unable to con centrate their fire effectively, and the state troops forced their way down to the harbor, taking the last federal stronghold in Sonora with scarcely more than an exchange of shots. The remnant of the. federal army suren dered, and will be transport...

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. — 3 July 1913

GOVERNMENT PLANS GREAT GAME 10 IS WHO AND WHAT IS SECRETARY OF INTERIOR LANE. KATES LAND SPECULATORS WASHINTON, D. C, June 27. ial' consideration being given to those PARK FOR ARIZONA IN WHITE MTS. WHAT IN THE ADVERTISEMENTS j GLOBE, July 1. A great game park In the White mountains Is be ing planned by the government as the result of the sale of 600,000,000 feet of timber here for ?2.51 a thou sand, feet. The sale will bring the government $1,506,000 which will be used in reclaiming land in a por tion of the present reservation for the use of the Indians after which the .remainder of the reat tyrest will be converted into a "preserve for wild animals. Thia wns the word brought to Globeby Dr. F. L. Wightman, who has just returned from a camping trip in the white mountains. The doctor said that when the preserve is created the forest, which Is the greatest unlbroken stand of timber in the United States, would be the finest camping ground in the coun try. Praises Camping Ground "It is ...

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 July 1913

iZ JLJi J! JL J JiL , AND YUMA WEEKLY EXAMINER VOLUME XLIII. NUMBER 34. YUMA-, ARIZONA, THURSDAY JULY, 10 1913. ARIZONA SENTINEL FOUNDED rlSl' The Invi COL MULHALL MAKES STARTLING CONFESSION (Special to the Yuma Daily Examiner; WASHINGTON D. C, July 3. "Behind the ostensible government Hits enthroned an Invisible Governmeui. owing no allegiance and acknowledg ing no responsibility to the peop." declares the Progressive national plat form. The trail of this Invisible Gov ernment in and out of the halls of Congress and elsewhere about die na itnoal Capital and throughout the coun try seems at last to have been uncover ed partly at leasf, through the astound ing confession of "Colonel" Mulhall who was for years one of it; acthe agents in Washington and elsewhere. Colonel Mulhall's confession involv es the names of many men who, have been prominent in Congress in recent years and of some who are still mem bers of the Senate or the House. 'Both Democrats and Republicans are in his list. ...

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 July 1913

three Newspapers that lead Arizolia Weekly Sentinel Established 1872 Published every Thursday for over forty years, without missing an issue Entered in the postoffice in Yuma, Arizona, as second-class mail matter, Price, $2 Per Year; 2 subscriptions, $3 The Weekly Inter-Ocean Established January 20, W The Dioneer newspaper of north eastern Imperial county, California.. Entered in the postoffice at Bard, Imperial county, California, as second class mail matter. Published Fridays Subscript Price., $2 Per Year "Prom the country God remembered, and man doesn't know." Yuma Daily Examiner Established. March, 1? 1906 Price, $6 Per Year 75c Per Month A Thinking Paper for Thinking People By W. HAROLD, SHOREY Published Daily Except Sunday. Entered at the postoffice in Yuma. Arizona, as second-class mail matter. MORE DANGER. FROM FLIES THAN FRQM. WRECKS The chan.ee of being hit by a falling airship ls greater now than the chance Of a, .passenger dying in a railroad w4reck. You are in ,much gre...

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 July 1913

Many Events Of Interest From The Nati EXAMINER REPORTER TELLS ALL THE NEWS (By J. E. Jones.) (Special to the Yuma Daily Examiner) WASHINGTON, D. C, July 7. Following the protests from Repub ilcan sources of the methods by wnich the Democrats have framed -a curren cy bill in their secret caucuses, and the effectual squelching by the Demo cratic majority of the more active opposition, as voiced by Representa tive Smith pt Minnesota, Piatt of New York, and Lindberg, Progressive, also of Minnesota, a statement has been issued by Representative Carter Glass, which! concerning much of the manner in which things are done in our Congress. Glass states that "wt legislate by parties in this country,' and least he should be misunderstood he adds: "It is right now up to the Democratic party to enact legislation or admit its incompetency." President "Gets the Style" When the "white heat" struck Wash ington, the President blossomed forth in a complete raiment of white, and the result was magical....

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 July 1913

I MOTORCYCLISTS SHIP MACHINES TO T Charles Klaus, riding an Iver John son motorcycle, and F. H. Sellner, on a Plying Merkle arrived in Yuma last evening enroute to San Francisco. They left Phoenix, their home, on Monday morning, and made 200 miles to Yuma in less than a day and a half, which isn't sobad in the good old sum mer time with the htermometer hov erlng around 111. Mr. Klaus stated that the motors got too hot several times during the trip or. much better time could have been made. They rode between rail road tracks to Dome and then took the road. They promise not to do it again, for the railroad roadbed is much better than the regularly traveled road. The Iver Johnson machine weighed In at 252 pounds, and the Merkle 299. After due consideration, based on their experience from Phoenix to Yuma, the travelers desided to ship their machines on ahead of them and fake a Pullman, which they did last night. No doubt the latter way of traveling is easier and some cooler at this time...

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 July 1913

7 M f typuw VOLUME XLIII. NUMBER35. Yuma Guard s II L "Yuma will have the largest repie sentation of national guardsmen, ac cording to the population, of any city or town in the state, at the Prescott Captain R. R. KNOTTS encampment," is the open declaration of a leading line officer today. "And for quality of marksmanship, the same holds good," said another officer who stood nearby. Nearly one hundred men will go from Yuma, comprising the members of Companies H and L, commanded by Captain R. R. Knott (of Company H) and First Lieutenant Drue P.a5ley (of Company L). Yuma can well be proud if her two companies 5of ttiilitia. Company H was many years the ranking company of Arizona, with Captain Ingalls now Major) as commanding officer. Major Ingalls has been connected with the Arizona militia since 1865, at Pres cott Yuma is still his home, though his official home is at Phoenix. The encampment will last twn weeks, and Yuma will feel keenty the loss of so many citizens all at one ; tim...

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 July 1913

THREE NEWSPAPERS THAT LEAD Arizona Weekly Sentinel Established 1872 Price, $2 Per Year; 2 subscriptions, $3 Published every Thursday for over forty years, without missing an issue. Entered In the postoffice in Yuma, Arizona, as second-class mail matter. The Weekly Inter-Ocean The pioneer newspaper of north eastern Imperial county, California.. Established January 20, 1911 Entered in the postoffice at Bard, Imperial county, California, as second class mail matter. Published Fridays Subscription Price, $2 Per Year "From "the country God remembered, and man doesn't know." Yuma Daily Examiner A Thinking Paper for Thinking People By W. HAROLD SHOREY Established March 17, 1906 Price, $6 Per Year 75c Per Month Published Dally Except Sunday. Entered at the postoffice in Yuma Arizona, as second-class mail matter. SCALPED ALIVE BY INDIANS (Taylor Thompson, Ft. Worth Record) There have not been many people who have lived after being scalped, but I have read of two or three, and have seen and k...

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 July 1913

SPEND YOUR MONEY WIRE YOU MAKE II What makes a town? People and business. You are one of the people What you buy helps make the busi ness. The more you buy the better the business; the more business tht better the town. You want the town to grow and im prove, don't you? Then you shoul help it to grow by increasing its business as much as you can. Every time you send elsewhere for goods you give your town a blow. Enough of these blows will ultimately kill the town. The mail order houses do nothing for your town except try to kill it Are you helping them? You are 4 you send your money to them foi goods you could buy at home. If you are more interested in the growth o Los Angeles than you are in the pros perity of Yuma then continue to send to mail order houses for goods. If you want your own town to thrive SPEND YOUR MONEY WHERE Yfil MAKE IT. A 10,000-TON' HOIST GLOBE, July 14. Contracts were closed Saturday by the Inspiration Consolidated Copper Company with the General Electric Comp...

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 July 1913

YUMA ODO FELLOWS HAVE INSTALLATION OF. OFFICERS Anniversary Lodge No- 23 I. O. O. F. installed officers at Eagles' Hall last night as follows: J. I. Stewart, Noble Grand; S. E. Moser, Vice Grand; Walter Moser, Secretary; T. P. Eberhart, Treasurer; Walter E. Wilson, Conductor; W. W. Laev Warden; P. I. Taylor R. S. N. G. Nelson, L. S. N. G.; J. C. Wood, year this lodge will be housed in a r! s. V, G.; W. E. Danforth, L. S. jnew hall on the second avenue prop y G.; W. T. Wood, Inside Guard; erty owned by the lodge. At. all Seet Harwell, Outside Guard; Jeff ; meetings there is much enthusiasm. THE PIONEER HOI PHOENIX, July 14. The state Pio neer home, an institution established and maintained by the state for the purpose of taking care of the pio neers of the state, those settlers who in early days fought both the Indians and the desert in order that Arizona might be, is located at Prescott, in Yavapai county. The superintendent of the institution is Percy V. Cold well, himself a pionee...

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. — 24 July 1913

VOLUME XLIII. NUMBER 36. Yuma ENORMOUS SHIPMENTS iE GOING OUT DAILY The records of the' Yuma office of the Wells Fargo Express Co. indicate a prosperous condition of the local fruit industry. Local farmers are now shipping on an average of three tons every night There are shipments of cantaloupes, grapes, chili, sweet corn, 1 tomatoes and figs. These arein small shipments to a hundred different ! points of the compass. ' Besides these shipments, the Wells Fargo company is icing an average of three cars nightly of fruit passing thiough Yuma from points west of here and going East. During May and June something! like 2000 boxes of apricots were ship-i prd by Yuma farmer? by Wells Fargo! It is a remarkable fact that lettuce shipments which began on February 11 have continued daily up . to the present time without missing a day and thej" still continue. These facts show the busy condition of the Wells Fargo office here the force working day and night to accom modate the demand. It also ...

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 July 1913

THREE NEWSPAPERS THAT LEAD Arizona Weekly Sentinel Established 1372 Price, $2 Per Year; 2 subscriptions, $3 Published every Thursday for over forty years, without missing an issue. Entered In the postofflce in Yuma, Arizona, as second-class mail matter. TheWeekly Inter-Ocean The pioneer newspaper of north eastern Imperial county, California.. Established January 20, 1911 Entered in the postofflce at Bard, Imperial county, California, as second class mail matter. Published Fridays Subscription Price, $2 Per Ysar "From the country God remembered, and man doesn't know." Yuma Daily Examiner A Thinking Paper for Thinking People By W. HAROLD SHOREY ' Established March 17, 1906 Price, $6 Pier Year 75c Par Month . Published Dally Except Sunday. Entered at the' postofflce in Yuma Arizona, as second-class mail matter. PROGRESSIVE CALL TO SERVICE Here is an opportunity for good Progressives everywhere in the conn try to demonstrate their loyalty tc the Progressive cause and to show that .they ...

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. — 24 July 1913

Yuma WILL SEND DELEGATE 10 IMPERIAL VALLEY The Yuma County Commercial Club will not wait for, things to turn up, but, in true Western style, will pro: ceed to turn something up in the Yuma inter-state bridge -matter. A meeting is, called for S o'clock this evening at the club rooms, and not only mem bers but other interested citizens are invited to attend for the purpose of selecting a delegate to go to El Cen tro, San Diego and Los Angeles all three places if necessary to get a line on the $25,000 that California has promised to raise as one-third of the cost of the big national and inter-state highway soon to be built here. Fifty thousand dollars are now avail able, and California's guarantee will start the work on the bridge at once, according to Superintendent L. L. Odle, of Fort Yuma, who will nave supervision of the construction, for the Bureau of Indian Affairs. No time should be lost Hit while the iron is hot! It is just as easy to get the $25,000 now as it will be one year ...

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. — 24 July 1913

L NEWS FROM FRONT miP 10 NEW MEXICO H SENDS FORT WHIPPLE, Ariz., July 19. (Special to the Yuma Daily Examiner) Companies H and L, headed by Maj. Donkersley, arrived all O. K. in due time. ' The trip was Very much enjoy ed by all. On our way, between Phoenix and Prescott, Major Clymer entered the coach occupied by Company H, while the boys were enjoying their noon meal, which he helped devour. The company clerk opened a can of hot beans and placed them on his tablt for lunch. Then Major Donkersley came along and ate all of it; so the poor clerk was forced to proceed to the kitchen and BEG for something to eat. The company was kept awake near ly all night by the continuous snoring of Capt. Knotts. All were up bright and early by the time we reached Maricopa. Just as the train left Yuma one of the boys was biding his best girl a last farewell when the conductor call ed "All aboard," and he was forced to xun and hang on to the step. The door was closed, so he had to hang on to the steps...

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. — 31 July 1913

VOLUME XLIII. NUMBER 37. Bull Moose Call Answered from ESSIVES HAVE STRONG JRGItNIZATISN oooooooooooooooo o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o The founders of tfee "-Progressive Volunteers" .move ment are delighted with tke re sponse to .their call. The New headquarters, -reports a steady stream of letters from loyal Progressives In all sections. Announcement of total enlist ment to be made Septem ber 1st oi o o o o o o o oooooooooooooooo (Special to the Yuma Daily Examiner) WASHINGTON, D. C, July 30. The response to the call for Progres sive v volunteers sent out last week from National Progressive headquar ters in Newi York, is exceeding even the expectations of the founders of the volunteer movement. The call, which was issued by Hon. Oscar S. Straus, of New York; Senator Miles Poindexter, of Washington; Hon. Al bert J. BeVeridge, of Indiana, and ex Governor John M. Parker, of Louisi ana, asked for one thousand loyal Progressives trom all sections to vol unteer for a vitally important...

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. — 31 July 1913

THREE NEWSPAPERS THAT LEAD Arizona Weekly Sentinel Established 1872 Price, $2 Per Year; 2 subscriptions, $3 Published every Thursday for over forty years, without missing an issue. Entered in the postoffice in Yuma, Arizona, as second-class mail matter. TheWeekly Inter-Ocean The pioneer newspaper of north eastern Imperial county, California.. Established January 20, 1911 Entered in the postoffice at Bard, Imperial county. California, as second class mail matter. Published Fridays Subscription Price, $2 Per Ysar "From the country God remembered, and man doesn't know." Yuma Daily Examiner A Thinking Paper for Thinking People By W. HAROLD SHOREY Established March 17, 1906 Price, $6 Per Year 75c Per Month Published Daily Except Sunday. Entered at the postoffice in Yuma Arizona, as second-class mail matter. SAYS CALIFORNIA NOT READY The pacific coast states are not prepared to care for the immigrants who will come from Europe and from the Eastern states upon completion oi the Panama cana...

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. — 31 July 1913

BRIDGE MATTER IS UP TO THE GALIFORNIAN Yuma county, which Is larger than six New England states, with a popu lation of 8,000, has spent large sums of money for good roads, and the state of Arizona is spending more, and, in addition, is engaged in the construe uon of a concrete highway bridge across the Gila river in conjunction with the San Carlos and other bridges on the public highways east of Yuma, and the proposed $75,000 national and interstate bidge to cross the Colorado river here. NOW, in addition to these big im provements, which are of vast bene fit to overland travel into the South west and the state of California, Yuma will spend nearly half a million dollars on roads in the next couple of years $3.00,000, or possibly $350,000, of which will be raised by a bond issue which posterity will pay for, but present gen erations will reap a great benefit there from . t These facts are called to mind by the suggestion that Yuma help to raise a part of California's $25,0 promised ...

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. — 31 July 1913

THE W IIS AND WAV Acts .of Jesus as Weil as Words Parabolic. PASTOR RUSSELL ON THE SEA, The Storm on Galilee Furnishes Text For a Discourse The Tempest as a Type and the Master and His Dis ciples as Types Few of Jesus' Para bles Explained to His Apostles A Blessing In Disguise Calm After Storm A New Morning Dawns. Aboard. "The Empress of Ire laud." on the At lantic. July 27. There arose a great tempest in the sea, He was asleep. And His disciples awoke Him, say ing, Lord, save us: we perish. Then He arose and rebuked the winds and .the sea; and there was a great calm." Matthew 8:24-2(5. The Bible informs us that all of Je sus' teachings were parabolic. The -Master explained the significance of some of His actions and words to His disciples, saying. "To you it is given to know the mysteries of the Kingdom of Heaven, but to all outsiders these things are spoken in parables and dark sayiugs. that hearing they might hear and' not understand." Jesus did not explain all of His dark saying...

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. — 7 August 1913

VOLUME XLIII. NUMBER 38. Kosteriitzsky And NQGALES PRISONERS 60 10 SAN DIEGO Colonel Emilio Kosteriitzsky and 250 Mexican federal soldiers, who are prisoners of war, arrived in Yuma by special train at 8 o'clock this morn ing and Remained for a brief time. About 25 women of quite young age were among the travelers. Colonel Kasterlitzsky is a grizzled veteran military adventurer and i credited with the murder of many a defenseless Mexican during his term as chief of rurales of Sonora under the old Diaz regime. When the fight took place at No gales he slipped across to the United States, out of harms way. The Col onel bore every evidence of good treatment as do all the prisoners who seemed to be greatly interested in getting a glimpse of Vuma during the brief stop. The removal of these United StateE prisoners of war is by orders or Brig Gen. H. R. Scott. The 250 Mexican federal soldiers have been held undei guard of the United States troops at Nogales since the battle of Nogales Son.,...

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. — 7 August 1913

THREE NEWSPAPERS THAT LEAD Arizona Weekly Sentinel Established 1872 Price, $2 Per Year; 2 subscriptions, $3 Published every Thursday for over forty years, without missing an issue. Entered In the postoffice in Yuma, Arizona, as second-class mall matter. TheWeekly Inter-Ocean The pioneer newspaper of north eastern Imperial county, California.. Established January 20, 1911 Entered In the postoffice at Bard, Imperial county, California, as second- class mall matter. Published Fridays Subscription Price, $2 Per Year "From the country God rememhered and man doesn't know." Yuma Daily Examiner A Thinking Paper for Thinking People By W. HAROLD SHOREY , Established March 17, 1906 Price, $6 Per Year 75c Per Month , Published Dally Except Sunday. Entered at the postoffice in Yuma Arizona, as second-class mail matter. THE "NEXT BEST' DAY (San Francisco Daily News) The best day in the year, of course, Is tomorrow, which you can make what you will. But the next best isn't it yesterday? Here's why...

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