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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 16 November 1911

Declaration of the Principles of The Republican party of Arizona by its regularly elected party coun6il proud of its superb record in the his tory of the United States as the cham pion of human rights and those pro gressive ideas which have made the nation great and wealthy and its peo ple prosperous, hereby adopt and pro mulgate this platform: "We commend the administration of our president, Wm. H. Taft, for the powerful aid and influence given by it in furthering enactment of the "enab ling act under which Arizona is about to enter the sisterhood of states; for the progressive principles that admin istration has advanced; for its advoca cy of the principles of international peace; and for its courageous attitude and impartial execution o the laws ia prosecution of trusts. We commend our delegate to con gress, Hon. Ralph Cameron, for the eminently successful result of his ef fort to make good the platform on which he was elected to secure state hood for Arizona. We commend and appr...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 16 November 1911

I 7m mm f AfOVLZAT0y Of iiOVJFLZED 3Y WL31? a Ei53r. caprtcw by tv.o.rcjBr SYNOPSIS. Harry Swifton Is expecting a visit from his fiancee, Lucy Medders, a Quakeress whom he met In the country. His auto crashes Into another machine containing a beautiful woman and a German count. The woman's hat Is ruined and Harry escapes. His sister. Caroline, arrives at his home to play hostess. Socrates Prim mer, cousin of Lucy's, arrives with a hat Intended as a present for Lucy, Har ry Is trailed to his home by the Count and Mrs. Gen. Blazes, who demands her hat, a duplicate of which she says has been delivered at Harry's house. She Is in great fear lest her husband hear of her escapade. Lucy Medders and her father arrive and the count is hidden In one room and Mrs. Blazes in another. : CHAPTER IV. (Continued.) ' "All right!" Harry laughed, drop ping her hands. "You always have your way with me. A girl ought to be mighty careful who kisses her after she is married, too, don't you think?" Lucy sm...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 16 November 1911

,ALBtP "BILLY BOWLEGS A very small Indian boy with a very long Indian name crouched behind a grassy knoll in a Florida swamp one day in 1835. With a bow as tall as himself he was sending a succession of arrows into a group of desperately fighting United States soldiers. It was the battle in which brave Major Dade and his little body of troops were wiped out by Osceola's fierce Seminole warriors. Osceola (as an earlier article of this series told) took actual command of the Semi noles; but their Sachem was Micanopy an old man. The little boy with the big bow was Micanopy's grandson. From babyhood he was a ferocious, war-loving little chap. His efforts to sit astride the broad backs of the native horses and ponies had bent his legs Into odd shape. The Indians often nicknamed each other from some peculiarity of face, figure or action. So the lad's real name was quickly forgotten and he was known through life as "Billy Bowlegs." Such, at least, was the way the Americans translated his l...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 16 November 1911

Yuma County Prizes At Territorial Pair 0 Allison Ketcherside, who had charge of the Yuma county exhibits at the territorial fair, is home and reports the following list of prizes for Yuma county people. Muscat Grapes First and second prize taken by exhibits of S. P. Huss. Rose of Peru Grapes First and sec ond to S. P. Huss. Grape Juice Special prize to F. E. Elliott Largest Squash Second prize to W E. Faulkner, Somerton. Egg .Plant Second prize to B. L-. Hansberger. Largest bunch Dates Second Prize to Mrs. Mercedes Downey. Bananas Special prize to H. T. Yeoman. Casabas First prize to Bert Nan naley. Table Beets Second prize to Bert Nunnaley. Radishes First Prize to Leo Tin ner; Best Watermelon Second prize to Tuttle.& Allison. Largest Hill Sweet Potatoes Spec ial prize to Yuma Date Orchard. Raisins First prize to C. C. Box. Bartlett Pears First prize' to C. O Box. Also second prize. Lemons Second prize to Mike Z-a.-vala. Pickled Olives Second . prize to Mike Zavala. Limes First ...

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. — 23 November 1911

T '7. , A TT7AT A AND YUMA WEEKLY EXAMINER Live, Republican Weekly With All the News All The Time. YUMA, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23. 1911 Pioneer Paper of Arizona Clement If. Colman For County Attorney o There is one candinate .on the Re publican ticket at the coming election for -which too much, cannot be said. That man is Clement H. Colman, candidate for cocunty attorney.. He is a young man of ability; he is an able and fearless lawyer; he can plead and he has the natural ability CLEMENT H. COLMAN to size upjiis jury and make a plea for law and facts that appeals to the hearts as well as the minds of all who hear him. ' ' He has been a practicing attorney in Yuma for-several years. There is not a spot upon his reccord.'He has been a life long Republican, and above all, he is the- kind of a man,; the PEOPLE want in office. " " '.Opposed to him is Fred L. Ingra ham, a life long, and acknowledged So cialist. A man who has run on the Socialist ticket many times, arid a man who onl...

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. — 23 November 1911

THE ARIZONA SENTINEL By. W. Harold Shorey. ARIZONA. Warships are nearly always loaded. Aviation is not yet above the chance of accident. Feminine fashion is doing Its best "to improve on nature. Wrestling Is not a popular sport, because it is lawful and humane. The new comet has no tail and a tailless comet Is a sorry spectacle. "Paris has decreed that the corset must go." Yes, It will go where it usually is put. A beauty expert says that happiness is the best cosmetic known, but will it remove' freckles? Somebody has invented an "avia tion cocktail," but the aviation 5-cent cigar is slow In appearing. New Jersey driver named Ham. Loads of eggs. Smashup. All that was lacking was a cup of coffee. The young men who are trying to fly from coast to coast are having their ups and' downs mostly downs. However KImmel isn't the first man to- come home in such condition that 'his own mother couldn't recognize himp The Chinese admiral finds fault with American women's skirts, but he is mum on...

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. — 23 November 1911

WHAT I WENT THROUGH Before taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Katick, Mass. '1 cannot express what I went through during the change jor lite before 1 tried JLydia E. Pinkham's vegetable Com- mound. I was in such ja nervous condition jl could not keep still. My limbs iwere cola, 1 naa Jcreepy sensations-. land I could not sleep (nights. I was finally told by two phys icians that I also had a tumor. I read one day of the wonderful cures made by JLydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and decided to try it, and it has. made me a well woman. My neighbors and friends declare it nad worked a miracle tor me. .Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is worth its weight in gold for women during this joeriod of life. If it will help others you may publish my letter." Mrs. IsTathah- B. Gbeaton, 51 2f. Main Street, Natick, Mass. The Change of Life is the most criti cal period of a woman's existence. Women everywhere should remember that there is no other remedy known tq medicine that wi...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 23 November 1911

Story of Human Fiends is Coming Out Lincoln Center, K!an., Nov. 21 How the Shady Bend "tar" party met at the mill of E. G. Clark, one of the-Jvealth-thiest citizens of the community, and arranged the details of the plot to tar Miss Mary Chamberlain, the school teacher, whose frightful experience last August, shook the whole United States with indignation, and stamped the perpetrators as human monsters, was told on the -witness stand to-day, by Chester Anderson, who was a mem ber of the party. County Attorney McCanless, in his opening statement told the entire story of the tarring. He said that the plot was laid on August 7, and that Ed ward RecofcC a barber, "was hirqd to take Miss Chamberlain out in a buggy on the pretense of escorting her to a dance, and then deliver her to the men with tar, who were in hiding. "They held up the buggy -at point of pistols," said the attorney, "They took the young woman from the bug gy and threw her on the ground. They tore off her clothing, and wh...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 23 November 1911

Closing Down ot Clara Consolidated o News comes from Swansea that the Clara Consolidated mine aim suiCi. closed down on the 18th, indefinitely. It is stated that the company was unable to pay its obligations to its men in full, but gave the married men $50 each and the single men $25 each, with due bills for the remainder of the amounts due them. These they are privileged to. sell if they can find buy ers for them. The closing down of the-Swansea property, does not come as a surprise, but rather as"a disappointment It has been hinted at for a long time, and, it has been known that the company was in a close way financially. There were rumors of a close down some months .ago, but the f manage ment weathered the situation, secured a little money; paid off its labor obli gations, and-it. was understood that it was then ready for a continuous smel ter run. - The information was given out that the latter '-was not a success because of a lack of fluxing ores. Also new hope was instilled i...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 23 November 1911

ma& AJYoyjTLziTo or NOVELZED 3Y WL3L? D rtE53r. 4 SYNOPSIS. Harry Swlfton Is expecting a vlalt from bis fiancee, Lucy Medders, a Quakeress whom he met In the country. His auto crashes into another machine containing g. beautiful woman and a German count. The woman's hat Is ruined and Harry escapes. His sister, Caroline, arrives at bis home to play hostess. Socrates Prim mer, cousin of Lucy's, arrives with a at Intended as a present for Lucy. Har ry la trailed to his home bv the Count nd Mrs. Gen. Blazes,, who demands her naL a dUDlIcate of -which ntia anvil has been delivered at Harry's house. She is In great fear lest her husband hear of her escapade. Lucy Medders and her miner arrive and the count is hidden in one room and Mrs. Blazes In another. Prry Is forced to do some fancy lying to keep Lucy from discovering the presence of the woman. The milliner. Daphne Daf pngton, who proves to be an old flame of Marry s, arrives to trace the missing du plicate hat and more complicatio...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 23 November 1911

A Hit at Pop. "Are you going to marry that inslg nlficant little shrimp?" "Mamma took a chance why can'1 I?" Not for Him. "Willie, if you're a good boy while I'm gone, I'll bring you something." "Ain't pa serving time now for tak ing a bribe?" Information. "Where does this train stop next?" asked the nervous traveler on an un certain railway." "Well, boss," replied the porter, "dar's threeftwashouts an' some bad track right along here an' she's liable to stop mos' any place mos' any min ute." Washington Star. The Difference. Young Hopeful Father, what Is a traitor in politics? Veteran Politician A .traitor is a man who leaevs our party and goes over to the other one. Young Hopeful Well, then, what is & man who leaves his party and comes over to yours? Veteran Politician A convert, my son. Tit-Bits. Father Didn't Mind That. "Oh! papa, I'm going to break my engagement with Ned. I hear he plays the (sobs) I hear the plays the (sobs) the races,." "My, but you scared me. I thought yo...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 23 November 1911

Arizona Sentinel ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY W. HAROLD SHOREY Editor and Proprietor Entered as second class matter; at the postoffice in Yuma, Arizona, under the act of March 3, 1879. One Year $2.00 Six Months $1-00 High Line Decided On Bv S. P. Co. Washington, D. C, Nov. 17 It has been ascertained from sources close to the secretary of the interior that the officials of the Southern Pacific rail road in Arizona nave decided to ac cept what is known as the "High Line" survey of the Gila Box Canyon in Ari zona for its railroad line through Phoenix westward and not stand in the way of the construction of the San Carlos reservoir. Tie secretary of the interior con id not be found to-day, but the informa tion seems to be correct and will be made public in a short time. This matter has been held up in the " department gf-tfeo "interior for two years.'principally because the rail roads desired it so, but Secretary Fish er, concluded it seems, that such things ought to be decided one way or the ...

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 November 1911

SENTINEL ARIZONA AND YUMA WEEKLY EXAMINER A Live, Republican Weekly With All the News All The Time. VOL.JLlr "NO. Jeff YUMA, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1913 Pioneer Paper of Arizona Southern Pacific to Change the Time n Agent Locke, of the S. P. states that on December lthe Tucson diyis ion of the S. P. will change from Pa cific to mountain time. This means that the time of trains leaving for the east will be one hour earlier than our city or Pacific time. The time on the Los Angeles divis ion will not be changed. To make it perfectly plain trains from Yuma to El Paso or from El Pa so to Yuma will be run on mountain or Santa Fe time, which is one hour faster than Pacific time. Prom Yuma to Los Angeles ana from Los Angeles to Yuma, the time will be the same as it is now Pacific time.. With this change coming on it might be well to stop and ponder a mpment on the different times. First, what is standard time? The sun's apparent motion is westward each day. It passes over New York...

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. — 30 November 1911

THE ARIZONA SENTINEL By W. Harold Shorey. YUMA, .... ARIZONA. Like beauty, crowsfeet are only Bkln deep. One sure way to get warm weather; start your furnace fire now. 'Why doesn't Doc Wiley devise a way to have all toadstools labeled? Stealing pictures from French gal leries .seems to be easier than work ing. A doctor says that large hats are injurious. So are big heads, for that matter. Another war cloud looms! Uncle Sam is threatening to annihilate the squirrels. One aviator landed on a barb wire fence, but he didn't do it as grace fully as a bird. How easy it Is to exaggerate. You often hear people say that they were tickled to death." Burglars and robbers seem to be cultivating artistic ideals. They nev er steal a poor picture. A Kansas City judge has decided that a woman has the right to scold her husband. O wise judge! Sixty-three aviators have been kill ed this year, and there are still a few weeks of good flying .weather left Thomas A. Edison says that Amerl cans sleep too ...

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. — 30 November 1911

Heartfelt Appreciation. A tourist was being conveyed through a rough country by a driver who boasted of his knowledge of all the roads, saying that he knew every stick and stone along the highway After they had passed over a smooth piece of road they began to go bumpty-bump for several miles. Just as the imckboard came out of a hole about two feet deep the driver turned and said: "How do you like riding on a buckboard?" At that instant the tourist hap pened to be about six feet in the air, and remarked: "I wouldn't miss it for the world." Metropolitan Magazine. Hodge and His "Hunch." William Hodge, the actor who has made a great hit In "The Man From Home," gotfhls start In the theatrical business fifteen years ago by walk ing up to the manager of a repertoire company In New York state, and say ing: "I can act." This interested the manager, who was George A. Hill. "What makes you think so?" asked HI1L "I've got a hunch on It," answered iHodge, with confidence. "Well," sand Hill, "I'l...

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 November 1911

Arizona Sentinel ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY W. HAROLD SHOREY Editor and Proprietor Entered as second class matter, at the postoffice in Yuma, Arizona, under the act of March 3, 1879. One Year $2.00 Six Months ?1.0 Caravan of Autos Coming to Yuma o ' . The Arizona Republican of yester day says: As showing how the transcontinen tal automobile touring idea is already growing, it is illuminating to reflect on the facts in connection with the latest party of four machines engag ed in a cross country flight, three of which arrived yesterday. The other may not arrive until to-day. . f It has only been a few months since the first transcontinental tours by pro fessional pathfinding machines began to penetrate this region, and only a few "weeks since the first tours con duceted solely for pleasure began coming this way. The present cara van of four machines is in reality four different touring parties that assem bled by chance into one company. Not one of the four individual parties knew of the e...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 30 November 1911

Ralph Cameron's Speech in Yuma Saturday Night The following is the speech deliv ered by Delegate Ralph Cameron, at the Yuma theatre, in Yuma, last Sat urday night Mr. Chairman, Ladies and Gentle men: I am glad to be with you to night; I am always glad to come to Yuma, because at one time I lived in this town, and I have always liked the people of Yuma, and I am still with them and for them, and for anything I can do for them. I came before you three years ago, and asked the people of Yuma, and of this valley and elsewhere in the terri tory to elect me as your delegate to Congrss. I made certain promises at that time, and my platform was: "Cameron and Statehood... I also said from this platform, that if I was not successful in securing statehood at my first term, I would never ask the people of Arizona again for their votes. It is now up to you, ladies and gentlemen, to say whether I have made good. 'or not I also made other promises in my campaign. I promised public buildings at Glo...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 30 November 1911

m asnnaL r . WfYf TThimTT A ITTC V ASOVTLZATO Of WlM??.iJTAW OTTO JiAU?BACf MVUZD 3YVJL31? a , . 'jJ33r SYNOPSIS. Harry Ewifton Is expecting a visit from hte fiancee. Lucy Medders, a Quakeress Whom he met In the country. His auto crashes into another machine containing H beautiful woman and a German count. The woman's hat is ruined and Harry escapes. His slater. Caroline, arrives at his home to play hostess. Socrates Prim mer, cousin of Lucy's, arrives with a hat intended as a present for Lucy. Har ry is trailed to his home by the Count nd Mrs. Gen. Blazes, who demands her tat. a duplicate of which she says has een delivered at Harry's house. She is In great fear lest her husband hear of her escapade. Lucy Medders and her father arrive and the count Is hidden in one room and Mrs. Blazes In another. Harry Is forced to do some fancy lying to keep Lucy from dlscoverlnff the presence of the" woman. The milliner. Daphne Daf- gngton, who proves to be an old flame of Carry's, arrives to tr...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 30 November 1911

ALBtPT PAT25'ON Pushmataha A Choctaw war party sprawled around their campfire after the battle. That day they had fought the Osage tribe from west of the Mississippi. Each brave was telling of his own deeds of heroism. Suddenly some one asked what had become of Pushma taha, a lad of twenty, who had march ed with them. None had seen him all day. Pushmataha was the laughing stock of his tribe. He was forever talking, and this jarred upon the silent natives He was forever boasting, and he had done nothing thus far to warrant his boasts. Now, while his name was still bandied "about the campfire, with sneers at his cowardice in shirking the fight, the youth suddenly appeared. A howl of laughter and derision greet ed him. "Let him laugh who has slain more foes this day than I," retorted Push mataha, tossing five scalps upon the ground. A Deadly Enemy. He had crept up on the Osages from the rear and, single-handed, had killed as many as had the boldest war rior. For thus making good his bo...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 30 November 1911

"Jack" Williams Made Great Speech at Yuma (From Monday's Daily Examiner) The speech of "Jack" Williams, Re publican candidate for congress from Arizona, at he Yuma theatre Saturdav night, was easily conceded to be one of the best ever heard in Yuma. To any man who desires to think before he votes, it will prove a revela tion, and it made some of the Demo crats presi-nt Sataurday night, who knew the inside of things sis "Jack" Williams knows the inside, hang their heads. As Chairman Clymer introduced Mr. Williams, he came to the front f the stage, took a drink of water and then remarked: "You must think it takes a lot of water to run a politician." Ladies and Gentlemen: I trust that you will bear with me on account ofu the condition of my voice. I have been going about the country since the first day of last month, into the north, into the south, all over the territory, sleep ing in strange hotels, speaking from improvised stages, eating at strange places, eating strange food and dri...

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